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Jax air news
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Capture Navy Gridiron Conference ChampionshipVol.


Vol. 6-No. 36Headquarters 3 December 1948

of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville And Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval l District

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a. Adm Durgin Heads

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S ;'555t $ x 11(1 a 6 New Air Command


k 0 : A w Duties Planey As Assumes EditorOf Force Will Comprise, ,

Jax Air News Two Units -

?& Audi i'u H I'lnney. totmelly Striking
with I the Public Information Office I
at The Inlantrv Center Fort Ben-
mnu tia; has been named editor'
ot t ih.' Jax Air News replacing 1 I i Hear Adm. Calvin Thornton Dm'gin, USN, assumed du

a Arthur Greene who lett the baset ties last Wednesday of Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville,

t accept a position with a North the new command established in keeping: with the Navy's

(Carolina wholesale" distributing plans to develop Jacksonville Naval Air Station as A major

: agent y. Fleet Air base.
At Fort Benninf, Planey was .
assistant editor of The Bayonet, The leader of the lew commandcame t-
Morocco in November 1942.! After
here from San Diego Calif.
55xr considered to be the outstanding
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"" -s < -"' """""" army post publication. In additionto where he commanded the Naval I being promoted to the rank o<
(' :\f-l-AIK-.MX (.O. DIA nI.R-nf'ar .\<1111. akin Thornton Air Bases Elevent' Naval District. Rear Admiral ho
his duties with the Bayonet, he took over :a*
urgin/ I'SN. (center! looks t)\pr hi* orders establishing hint as also headed the Radio Division Now in Washington, D. C., Commander Fleet Air Quonset
Commander Air Fleet .Ja'k..on\'III. Naalir Station' In the I presnc4 where he selective
I the Public Information office at is serving on a Point, R. I.
<* > of Naval Air Station commanding officer (apt. AUIn I. >IalIItr'mi the Infantry Centet He promoted board assigned to pass on the
(left ) and Capt. ('lIarl..* 1M ice Im Mill become AdmiralDingin's radio shows and news broadcastsand advancement qualifications of senior I'liMj War Record

chief of staff.Community. also did the announcing: Officers, Admiral Durgm relieved The new Com Jax participated
---- --- --- Capt Charles Loom Lee, in the invasion of Southern
I, Many of his stories about the
USN, who has been '
infantryman and Fort Bennmg al'tingcom- i France in 1914 as commander or.*
mander Lee will continueas
Chest Drive have! been syndicated in "newspapers chief Capt.of staft !i task group consisting of two U. S,

and magazines throll;.ljUl The now command will comprisetwo carriers, two British carriers and

the l'ountl'Y.An units, Au Group eight, al- I i other lighter units. He later beecame
I army veteran of four and! ready based here, and Air Group
commander of the Escort .
one half years, the new Jax Air 17, which will arrive in the i Caj.ner
I Nets High Percentage I News editor, prior to the war was future with headquarters at Cecil near against Fort Mindora in duves and in Luzon the Paciius, :the
II with the Youngstown Vindicator,
Field. Air Group eight, which originated capture of Iwo Jima and Okinawa
one of Ohio's leading dailies. He at Norfolk, Va., consistsof and raids against the Jars in the
I Ii hails from Struthers Ohio, a subbUl'l 536 enlisted men and 108 officers and East China.
i I Shanghai area sea.'
oC Youngstown
) and 100 fighter and attack
I He also aided in the evacuation of
The annual Chest fund which !
Community campaign planes. Headed by Comdt. Richard ex-prisoners from Nagasaki and
closed Nov. 22 raised a total of $1,930.12 through contributions 'Hi H Burns, USN, the unit has five I Wakavania, and commanded *
from Naval and Civilian personnel attached to the I C Vurntntj eCJrti'Prj squadrons, V-181, 82, 83, and 1, special mission investigating the
V-A 81 and 85.
Jacksonville Naval Air Station ettects of allied warfare on the Island -
A"IJ.OH'/"I C+ti/ni n ff One Unit Coming of Tiuk
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Final tabulations indicated theN
dren'a Home Society, Hope Ha- I The second fleet unit of the
new In a conference held last Wednesday -
drive be successful .
AS to a one 1'nM'eed With (aiition" .is the I
R. M. Adkins, ven and others. command, Air Group 17, will conicheir : in his office in the administration
according; Capt. Naval contributed $019 turning Issued' by officials here In !
chairman of the drive who stated personnel from Quonset Point, R I, Admiral Durgin pointedout
better during the campaign, while station' entering l"IlII"lnlng l the Main This unit of 435 men will establish that Jacksonville Naval An
"the is slightly I
for the percentage number of personnel r% civilians added $9P3! ,12 to the Kntrance to the Natal Air Malion.hile headquarters at Cecil Field, which Station was one of three laid out
drive. Some $88 more w"q pledgedby was reactivated November 1.Although I from the beginning for air putp -
tarried to the station than it has \\ awaiting the Installation
civilian personnel. I : never previously as- ses.. The other two are air bases
been for the past two
While no quota was years.assigned for Broken down into units, the following of traffic lights on Ki>osc\clt h highway signed here for duty Admiral Dur- i at Alameda Calif. and Corpus
amounts were collected at the Main en the Christi, Texas.
the drive, money raised here at gm has visited the base several :
from the following Naval units: station th.'I'e111 be. no "Stop times. He aided the
NAS was tuined over to the Community in development Ideal nylnsconditions, plus thestrategic
Chest fund in Jacksonville Administration, Department, $77.-I lgn." All hands. are directed to of the base in 1910 and spent importance and locationto
W; Medical Department $27.8V; ; t'"erf'I"",.. extreme prrcaulinn'trhen I
Some 21 character building: organizations ) some time at the station in 1916 the troubled Atlantic, nukes; :
will benefit from the an- (Continued on 1'age& 'i> np|>roa< liiiig: this intci section. A native of Palmyra N. J? Admiral Jacksonville Naval Air Station the

nual drive, including the Boy Durgin was graduated from I ideal air base, he also brought out.
Scouts, Girl Scouts, Old Folks the Naval Academy in June 1916, Capt. Lee, who preceded the arrival :
Home, Salvation Army Visiting!/ Bermuda Voyage anti l was awarded his master's degree of Admiral Durgin, has been
Nurses, Association, Travelers Aid from M.I.T.During acting ComFairJax and will now
SIClet'A.. B vs' Home. Chil- ; the past war he servedas serve as Chief of Staff. Capt. Lese
'nml1landln officer of the air- I came here directly from the joint

For Jax Gridmen cant ( ariier Ilanj;"I.i partuipatnjj I', S. Military Advisory and Planning -
Base Men GuestsAt in the in>. asi'iii "l[ lot ester! 111 I group in Gieece.
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( 'oai'h Don) -lac.l k.t'10 t IH gridiron Khois., lust J i.Vi: \ .\

Reserve Rally eleven to cup the Naval: Air Training Athletic ( 'ollft'I't'IH"'
football championship, tallied another first in NAS :spurts : t 4 4 4S

Sun,' I 1',11, iiiiinbeis and pi.p' itive history when it left the continent this morning for l.ernuiil) *

member-! of the Fleet ReiervAssociation '" A lilting: tribute to a team which has placed NAS Jax

are expected to attend in the football sun, the local eleven is scheduled to moot tliKindlcy .> )

the membership sally of ;: Field Air Base" griddeis --- .-- .
Branch HI Friday at 2000 In the in the Lilly Bowl Saturday after- nections in 28 tries for 1 IOj! \,iI .nand ,
main ballroom of the Seminole noon the tl'am'sleadtng ..tor-r! i \\1'11, rw t
hotel in Jacksonville. I Approximately oO huskies boarded (j Jive "TD's"

Guests at the rally will include two planes! with moleskins! and Coach Jacka ha two (.lion : t n i ,, M sr n
Capt. Alvin I. Malstrom, USN, I, baggage for the well earned trip I: his starting fullback slot. Bull }).,I 1-
commanding offIcer of NAM Jack- where they will be the guest of icy, a big 200-poundcr: and tu'; -( ?" .
sonville; Capt. Char lea Loomis the Army team during their stay Kuuieai, an excellent: lina-buiti <
Lee, USN, chief of staff to Rear there. Bailey has piled up 75 vanN in/ n]
Adm. C, T. Durgin, CommanderFleet Carrying a season record of six tries garnering 12 pouii < 811.1 1 Km
Air Jacksonville; Lt. Comdr. wins, one defeat and a tie into near has ripped off 17Jard: > in :
Robert F Larmour the admiral's I the game against a team with a 38 carries and crossing the ;j1:".1' :
aide, who will represent the Ad- similar record should be evidence line four times this season
miral durwg his temporary absence -, enough of the brand c.f footballthe Dama Hutchinson or J.,-n i > \\ .ilteiskirchen i k
in Washington; and Mayor Jaxnu-ii will run into. will get the nil i 1,1/ A
C. Frank WhItehead of Jackson-1\ Spearheading Coach Jacka offensive the signal-calling assigns :-; "I N
vine '! against the Aimy eleven urday afternoon. Hutdun<< .on ii a .
Charles E:. i.olgt en, national secretary I will bi halfback Hop tloldcn, the top-notch defensi\e threat in t1- ,
of the Fleet Reserve Association I I team's leading ground gainer with Flier backft'ldVa Itt'l. Uiuli.n i h

will be principal speakerat i i 337 yards running and passing< a scintillating defensiv. pet {Ollll'I ,
the event, reservations tor'''In seven games this:: reason but IT I I
which may be made through JohnS. still without a tally in the scoring Other players slated U- wake the :MOKNIXO1TKK,-seen years ago on Dec 7. 1911. till "'a.* .,
Kemp, chairman, 1772 Myrtle- column. Andy Anderson will prob- trip this morning wore l'alback.iPat the r scene rreiUed b>' the de\u< lntlng Japanene raid on l''lulll..rboor"
wood road. ,> bly be at the tailback spot when O'Rourke, John Dlciictiian and i The battleship I'S.S: IVmivMxunia ( right rear) badly damaged look
A dinner at 1800 In the SamInoU the whistle blows. Anderson Is the Harry Kpperson: fullbacks Ace I d l ? room will precede the rally .1eIi01's .leading; passer with 14 con- (Continued on fags! 2)) (right), as they lay mortally uoundrsl by Jap t

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Jax Air News '''New Exams Set .."

1 Editorial Offlces CHAPLAINS'CORNER :

t.tbV1nlt, Loner Deck

Telephone lllilg.F.xtt'n..hl8184 930 t By Civil ServiceThe MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

JHm/Andrew l.....1.II. t'hti riane.v I..t'h..r-, Editor: ; Director Fifth U. S. Civil Movies: Werkdayn-17SO and 2000} week-ends-1430 and 2000. .

SUM Writer Service Region, has announced By Chaplain Arthur C. Boyer THURSDAY
The JAX AIR NEWS it published competitive promotion examinations COLOR ADDED "INDIAN AGENT," with Tim Holt and N. Leslie.
eekly at the U. S. Nacal Air Station -
The fruit Industry Is aware! FRIDAY
for seven quartermen and
Jacksomllle. Florida, and punted -
commercially with non-ap l'Opl"latt'd seven leadingman positions, with that things frequently can be "KISS BLOOD OFF MY HANDS" slurring Joan Fontaine am)

funds at no expense to the government salaries ranging from $3203.20 to made more pleasing through attractive Bert Lancaster.
and In compliance with Sec Is a v Circular -liS4. coloring. Oranges often SATURDAY AND: SUNDAY
loiter 45-1918 dated 12 December 1943.Cilf8 $ per year.Competition
lire distributed free of charge in the examina- are stamped' "color added." "ROGUES REGIMENT," featuring Dick Powell and Marta Toren>, .

at the Navel Air Station the Naval Other fruit needs coloring too.For MONDAY
tions is restricted to of
Air Reserve Training Unit. the Headquaiteis employers instance the fruits of faith I "SAN FRANCISCO," starring Clark Gable and Spencer Tracy.
of the Naval Air Advanced NAS Jacksonville and NAAS Ce- .
and acts WEDNESDAY; .4.
-the deeds of goodness TUESDAY] : AND:
Tinlnlnfr Command, Naval \u\.llaiy cil Field who have a probational
Air Station. Cecil Field, and the U. S or permanent classified civil service of charity engaged in by lndividuals I "RETURN OF OCTOBER," with Glen Ford and T. Moore.
Nasal l One -
Hospital.The and organizations. ----- -- ----- -
status. Applicants for these '
to make these fruits more .
JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of positions will e required to take way I .
the Ships' Editorial; Association and attractive is to add the color of zNot-New
both jtn oral and written test, NuggetsJust
the Armed Forces Press Seivlc( !. Re- graciousness t God loves a cheerful ; I
ptfMlurtlon of material from these each part having a maximum giver), and the color of reminder for all 'il"I
sources must bear a credit line. Repub- weight of 50 toward the final a big I
Ik' ton of other matter except by grade. thankfulness (be grateful for our newcomers to NAS why ,
w-tvlre publications I M prohibited without the opportunity to serve). not pay a visit to our "THRIFT
permission of Editor JAX AIR Positions Included in these examinations I
You know how you feel when SHOP" located in the HOBBY I SALTY HUMOR FROM
are: Quatterman and
someone: grants a favor with a SHOP Bldg. 913. The little sign I

NEWS.RECREATION Leadingman Aircraft Mechanic bored "you'rewastingmytime"attitude.; I points your way to us I II I HERE AND THERE"Hey
Ordnance, Automotive Mechanic,
That's the way it is I ,Browse around and perhaps you
Electroplater. Machinist, Painter, with our greatest fruits of charity odd of
will find dress or piece "
cried Satan to a new anrival
Radio Mechanic: Quarterman,
when fall to add the colorof
Electrician and eLadingman, Air- \'e thankfulness. I furniture you were looking for "you act like you, own this
graciousness have uniforms ,
ASHORE craft Fabric Worker. By the way we place." t

Persons desiring to file in these in good condition land so "I do," was the reply, "my wilegae
i reasonable tooL)
before I "
to here.
WHEN ON 1.IIUR'fl.nOIi:" {'I' TUB I examinations: should submit application Our hours are from 1000 to it me came
SALVA! ON ARMY forms 57, 5000-AB, and
SERVICE MEN'S CLUB I 5001-ABC direct to the Recorder. 1400 on Tuesdayyednesday' 'Gal: "What a wonderfully developed

602 11 EST: DIMS ST. Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners -I' 4 and Thur5dt\--w01\'t you. drop arm. Do you play base .2''
Phone 4.2104Jacksonville an? "
Bldg. 450, this stati n i L
Fla. prior to the close of business on 8 At the Station Chape'i, nlrmlngham Guy: "Yeah, were you on a
Ill ER"'nAV. KK'KMHKU: ; : :2nd! December 1948. Bead and M...tln Areaoerrol Bermuda track team"
33 3830-Disc Jockey In action until 2230. Full further information concerning OTOO! -. unday School
Also at 19:% is a Handicraft Class. these exams can be obtained 1045-Gtnrial Woi&hlp Service, Chap I I i (Continued from Page 1) If Little Red Riding Hood lived

Start that Chilstmas present. from the Board in Bldg. 450 lain F. L. Albert. i Woolbright, and Tom Henderson; today
rnillAY, m.CKMKKK: : ; Srd C*I hlie
> and The modern girl would scorner
Marr ,
the local bulletin Harry
or by consulting quarterbacks
33(0 Fishing tip I tianspoitdUon fur- 0700--Mass
nlsluU. boards. 093O--Ma Gordon Kent; ends Chuck Moore, She only had to meet one ",'OU.

] Horseback rl.tlnll-G.I.: Haybuirwi Chaplain S. A. Milling.will officiateat I I Tiny Tisdale, Jack Duncan, Don Not one on every corner.
membership open. Food and I both masse Jim Vance Frank
Wachenfteld ,
music around the campfire.SATt'I1IA1' . : ; 4th A MIKES An outdoor Nursery tor small Children Soberski and Ed Gulledge; tackles "Herbert," said the young: lady,
Open use-Mf'et your friends, bring [LITES is maintained between" 09uO and George Kerstein, Marvin Welden, "you shouldn't kiss me with all

your friends. 1200.: Wilbur Sweat, Ray Adkins, Dick this crowd standing: around."

143Q Southern fish fry. Softball game. NAVAL JW I'I'rAL CHAPEL Bayless, Joe Patterson Cy King "I didn't kiss! you," replied Her
Morse shoes. leaves
club at 1430. Transportation Gypsy Rose Lee slapped a mU- (Ward A-1) Jim Nugent Andy Acuff and Jim bert. "And if I catch that fellowI'll

19k;*>--Club pally. lion dollars' worth of free publicity rr.te.taat1000Disine F. Russell; guards Bill Malonoskl, teach him a thing or two."
in N. Y. nite club's YVoishlp. Chaplain
I'NDAY. DKCKMHKK: :: : 31 hALL a lap D. Hewitt Jr.Community. Joe Slnko Nick Ford Ted Daum; "Don't bother," she sighed" "you ':
DAY BUS TRIL"' TO SILVER when she flounced out opening) centers Dave Barksdale, George couldn't teach him anything." .t
SPRINGS-Bus leaves at 09UO.( Signup night to go "home and raise ba
now at the club. bies." She Hollod, John Coxon, and Al Lewis, .. -- 'I:

V OU ......... ... Pancakes" ..... ............ 1200 demurely returned to '' ChestContinu with coaching staff and managers She has ears like a strum shos--
1400 _.. .,. Home Town Hours _?_ 1600( her job a few days later, thus' ***- -
......_...__ el, they're always picking up dirt.
1T(() Vesper Time .__ 1730 completing one of the smartest I from
I'C\II' l ..,......... Bullet Supper __.....? 1900 advertising stunts in ( Page 1))
J9.,1(} ...... ........ Date Time ..............- 2230: years I Operations, 157.32; Public Works Navy Used Canoes There was a !sad! incident one
Quiz Show prizes' to be awarded.PIUNDADECRMIttR $28.50: Dental Department, $19.00:
in the heart of the Ozark
Joan Crawford checked into the
: 6thJMO Air Group Eight, $212.25; Marine To Indians :
Fight Mountains. A farmer's mule kirk' ,
-bowling paitj. In the Club- L. A. county jail for one of the Barracks, $58.40. i i
Handicraft class leather, plastic, big scenes in Flamingo Road. The ed his mother-in-law to death. X
wood and fabric painting.. star drew a worn prison uniform Supply Department, $15.30; Ov- Washington (AITS)-The Am- tremendous crowd turned out for
Tl'r. lAY, DM: : 7thH erhaul and Department erican Navy once used canoes to
((>-Jncksonxllle cruise. from the supply room and was Repair the funeral, but it was made up almost
$168.90; Movie Hall Box, $11,31; fight a war! of
JWO: -Skatlns paity-'Singing Whee"Club" immediately assigned a cell, to the entirely men.
NARTU $65.41 and tonvmunivations Odd as it sounds, it happenedin
open for membership ; :
delight of regular residents The minister commented, "Th II
W Kl>Nfr>l>AY, llhCKMHr.K: ; : 8th $1.21.O'erhaul. the unofficial war the Navy old lady must have been mighty
Weekly party "All hands on deck, and Marine Corps helped wage
'letly girt In sight." Door Prize- Henry }Fonda headlining the and Repair Department against the Seminole Indians in popular because ao many people
Innt'f for two Flour chow legit smash Mr. Roberts on Bway, with a $474.35 contributionled will leave their work to come to
radio talent. treks to the Caribbean come the civilian unit donators, oth- Florida over 100 years ago her funeral." '

SPhCIAl; springtime to make a flicker ver- ers including Public Works, $228.- The Navy publication, "All "They're not here for the funeral .
Sln ui now for a whole day at the Hands, recently noted that it all .
I.rlnl'ou will ride In the GLASSFOTTOM sion of same. Substitute for Hank 00; Supply, $134.51; Accounting, ," said the surprised farmer."They're .
began when, under a treaty signedby
BOAT, enjoy the JUNGLE behind the "foots" will be his long- $60.01; Executive $35.00; Indus- hereto buy the mule."
chief of the Sem-
CRUISE' ride In the SUB PHOTO time buddy, James Stewart. trial Relations, $25.50; Aviation the leading
BOAT, see ROSS ALLEN'S REP- Communications inoles in 1833, the tribe was to
Training, ; Young Mother "Did the
TILE HOUSE: and 01.1'11 to eattoosome : you see
) get give its claim to Florida and
good old Southerncookedlc Versatile Judy Cano>'a breaks $15.00; and Dispensary, $3.75.; up doctor today?"

But, you must sign up by 1300 Into writing this time. She has > move to a reservation.The New Father: "Yep, just one

Friday December 3td. arranged to produce a syndicated Love thy neighbor as yourself Indians didn't budge.A more payment and the baby be- '
CAN lot BEAT: THE; C'HAMl'fTwentyeljiht detachment of soldiers was
hotcake at one sitting. rustic column for a chain of southern but don't let your wife know longs to us."
sent to help change the Indians'
Have you tried our hot cakes? Every dailies. about it.sary .
Sunday morning at 1000 you get a minds. They didn't. Instead, the In the night Mrs. Smith became _
chance. Well be lookln' for you.Hospital and proved that some Holly soldiers were massacred. -
I Vaughn Monroe and outfit were very 111. They quickly hauled her
wood couples hang onto their Next the government sent the
cited by Armed Forces Radio to a hospital where Mr. Smith
mates. Other record breakers are Navy and Marine Corps as rein-
Service listeners in the EUCOMas paced the corridors.
the James Cagny'* at 25 years, forcements. This also failed to
the band "contributing the After what seemed like hours a
and the George Murphys at 23. impress the Indians.
most" to their morale. white robed doctor emerged from
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the addressed
examining room and
Airways crooner Lanny RM" Kennedy Pugliano VictorsIn himself to Mr. Smith.

ChatterThe thought sports columnist George "Mr. Smith, your wife has qnin-
McGuane looked familiar They zy."

met recently backstage, and sure Civilian Golf TournamentThe "My gosh," said Smith beforehe

Red Cross played host to a enough, before long were reminis- fainted, "that makes IUtet>n.A ."
at Naval Air Golf Club woundup ---- ---
large number of patients a cing about Major Lanny Ross

dance-party last Tuesday night, meeting tank driver George Mc- its annual Turkey Tourney Walt Stanul respectively.Said boy and a girl went out drive

with the Rainbow Girls from Jacksonville Guane in the steaming junglesof I which had been in progress for to be one of the top matches ing. They came to a quiet pot in.
) as guests for the evening New Guinea. the past three week-ends, with the in the tourney, the Kennedy- the country and the car toppwl.

Music for the affair was provided matches being played alternatelyat Thiel battle was all even after 16 "Out of gas," said the boy. The

by the Mainside band, while Laverne Andrew, youngest and the Municipal and Hyde Park holes of play, but Kennedy pickedup girl opened her purse and broughtout

refreshments were served throughout hitherto only single sister of the Golf Courses. a beautiful birdie on Munici- a bottle. "Wow!" exclaimedthe ..

the evening Schrantz and famed thrush trio, recently mar- Ray Kennedy and Nick Pulig- pal's 17th hole to dampen Thiel's boy, "a bottle what's In .

Cornehson patients from Ward ried businessman Lou Rogers. nano copped the Gobbler events in spirit and went on to win 2 up. it?" Sweetly the girl answered,

.A-6, receive a special bit of thanksfor Maxetie Andrew Levy and Patty their respective: flights. Kennedy The winner tallied a very satisfactory "Gas." l

their fine decorating of the Andrews Melcher were hostess and Club and Naval Air Civilian cham- 74 while Thiel posted a

Recreation Hall for the occasion. matron of honor. pion, performed with admirable fine 78. A tired business man arrived

The Recreation office now has a skill on the field and humbled Bob The Club Is composed of top- home after a hard day's work. The

collection of music on hand, both Tom )Howard Lulu McConnelland Thiel in the finals of the First notch golfers picked from the cooks has left without giving: no

classical and semi-classical. We Harry McNaughton: will car- Flight by a 2 up margin. Pulig- ranks of civilians employed here tice. He had lost a lot of moneyon

may have of your favorites! ry their side-splitting stupidity to nano took a win over Glenn Velpas I at NAS. Monthly tournaments are the stock market. Hia wife had

A bit of thanks also goes to the the screen in the movie interpre- I he ,tired a 3 and 2 for the sec- held and the group participates in run off with a sailor. He knew a

JllnllC School of Dance for the tation of It Pays to Be Ignorant. ond fligM. various inter-club matches. Nick shot would: end it all. He went

excellent floor show !staged! for the Bill Bouchenour and Jim Mor- II Pulignano is President! of the slowly upstairs, opened the bureau

hospital personnel at the Recreation Mr. and Mrs Robert Montgom j' gan captured consolation prizes by I Club with Herb Pinney serving as drawer, pulled out the bottle and

Hall last Monday evening. ery celebrated their 20th anniver- defeating Ronald Bragdon and I Vice .President. took a shot.

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. STALEMATE By Ed Hughe,' L13 King Arthur: "Knight I heard"
you were ml5 ha\'a.lng'

eI Knight: "In what manor air'"

r I R h Gals have concluded that pall

tiM ors are not interested! in grammar,

a they always end a sentence! witha

4 t ?r O proposition.A .

% 1 r stitch in time saves emberrassing

f Mother, to daughter coming

I home at 3 a.m., "Where have you

been until this time of night?"

I Daughter: "Walking home, ,
..t Mother." :ulI

I Mother: "For goodness pak!JM .....

Daughter: "Yes Mother."



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TIIAN'KSGIX }'rX-8tation personnel who remained aboard over the and their partner. IcfO line up for the :'circle dance". Showing what Zlegfeldmlveil

the ".".C" Dimpled Darlings" (right ) member of the orchestra, are shown
holiilay week-end joined In the fun at the Thanksgiving dance held la",.t Friday' at I
haltttay through their riotous routine. The actvat one of many presented bye

: the Malnslde auditorium With Bruce "HubbleV Beaker providing the music' \ sailor I Kicker and his bandSALLIES .

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'I 1 Bulletin will be, accepted only until apace U! fillet. Call ext. 8230. I JBREo &&iYRif I
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$65 Phone 5- ,
Waterfront dome Uiunye I'aik, 4'iiturn $:V) fuinlshid torn I
t 3dO ft, on St Johns ilvei imo N
): Brick. 3 bedrooms, bath, garage WANTED
G, V 2 3 bedroom unfurnished, modem
kit' .l blei. guest: cottage Kelley or
_,; Orange Park 3142. 1st floor apt. for mother and employed I ACCESSORIES DIVISION i
,: Fold, buKlnem In excellent daughtei; Convenient to isAb says Reuben Green, who staggeredhome
393fc coupe Well
Thanksgiving is only
by now
Phone ext 656 272. CHRISTMAS
"+ condition 13 mllea to a gallon of ot with one small fish after his
CAS. A real steal Ext 81M or Jax Wanted from private party. a IMS the subject of what folks want for a pleasant memory. That turkey ,' sojourn over the holiday.-Jlminta
;:, 2M2OJjedBlde, Chevrolet Turner, ext. :593, or 1109 has long since disappeared into ..

<1,, table, $10 and a 9x12 foot Cumberland Road. Christmas, here is a tentativelist salads or soups and the wishbone I' Almond. I .
fiber rug, $5. Mn. OiJiUn. 1317B Ride from Arapahoe Ave. In Ortega to : Zola Epting wants a new car has been broken. But even though
11 Randolph St.. NASModern and from O&R Hours, 0700 to 1545: and 48 hours in a day, Nellie Stack this day of thanks will not be
Anna Richardson ext. 583 Mechanic Reece
bedroom bungalow with ga I wants a new car and a man to around again for another we
rare: $3.500 cash, or terms. Roosevelt Jobs as babsitter Carol Dodson, 1015 ;year I
will settle
4 Barln NAS. Call ext. 8315.: drive it. Lucy Crowell can now look forward to Christmas I
Blvd, Collins I Road, turn St,
Lost To 0 & R
;t right, l'thOh. on right: See Ride from College and James St*. to for a new car Edna Brunson Everyone we have talked with i
"t Ign, DUlnt'). East OAR Parking lot. Working says she is not hard to please is still too full of the previous I Ida"s
" 1&& 1 Johnson 6 hp, outboard motor, three hours are from 07.W to 16<>0. \\ lnKied anything Santa sends will be wel- ball of fare to give much I Naval Air Station employees
. .. burner kerosene stove and one burner Powers ext "iXi come (twins maybe K. New this time. I joined personnel of the Overhaul:
kerosene heater Stoves $10 each. outboard motor, 22 news
Large horsepower and Repair Department in mournIng *
'. $ \make me an otter for motor. Cicero, Johnson preferred Also small flat ton would like two six-month vacations Daisy Williamson Pf the Instrument : the loss of one of their outstanding
;-7\132. outboard a with a drawing account -
bottom boat for small mo year Shop went to Birmingham,
John. tor. Tomllnson ext. 670. Joan N wants of supervisors Leonard w..
". ", True and one-hull horsepower a pair weekendand
son outboard motor. Also a sander :31Ia'ELLANEnt'SLicensed : seven-league boots and a private Ala, over the holiday Reece, master mechanic, who WM
.i- and butler, 135 each Beigeton, Infant nurses will take care Suzanne E she dreamsof between too much turkey and killed in an auto accident Nov. 23."Mickey" ,
V 4003E Pewey Park Annex:, of your chlldien while you go Xmas phone says traveling she still claims to be
.- 3 I' lour, fully equipped with electric 237W Ualoioulel like the known, met death in a freak
Kay land was lamenting that she had
brake. $600( for $1.SOU eqult
1947 Ford club lora auto accident while on a hunting
Will trade a coupe
white In
lloutch 6) 2549, Call 322 froth evening gown baked five pies that morning andb
farm ttactoi ext.
I Two lad "'i suits, size 10 $5 each Mrs good "Indot'lorw.. F trip. He was recentry appointed to
) after 1700 and ask for Day.LOSTCockf'I' Furthgott'K >' seven p. m. there wasn't a
Conklin, ext. S3U lour) at door residence sedan. Laz Spaniel, black female wants to keep all the friends she crumb left Dick (I eat a lot the position of master mechanic of
19:1fJ: llupmoblle with white on chest Swayed tromHal'per has and add few Fern the Overhaul and Repair Department
arusi834, now a more. but I don t show it because my legs
Reward, Answers to
'I. Two-pleie i modern living room suite name "Puddles"Kennels Call Cicero 7.7032, Htlongj "alJ'f'r! )' sje'1 <'ific, she are hollow) Holden wore a glassy- through competitive promotion

Canterbury and three matching 1013 Burin blonde bt, NAS tables would like to look pale, frail and eyed stare all day Friday. Every- examination.He .
Interesting, like Cantllle but live Is survived by his wife and
11<\9 LaSalle sedan very cheap Chief I time someone mentioned eating he
Budges, ext 539JWl INSIDE ''a little longer. Marie Flemingwants groaned Woody spent a bach two daughters his parents, three
: Chevrolet two.door sedan., black.Chief the other evening dress in elor holiday with the family on a sisters and a brother.
Rohweller, Hangar 123Slnnie :
\ window Pearl IIAir
Hollywood bed with Supreme Furchgott'g hunting trip down state.
and matching box PUBLIC WORKSSo Cone we should publish what
Alrlet mattress says From the Prop shop comes reports -
spring, $50.o'uller, 3306B Gibbs people DON'T want. :Max Bernard
. Ave, Dewey Park, much turkey had been eatenon to have to write that the holiday turkey was 6-Cent Mail!
wants another
Baby carriage: Thayer DeLuxe $15; Thanksgiving that on Fridayall never 1 not the only critter that was overstuffed -
I en ; and a car almost new, dispatch' The remarkable It seems Barney Fuller
\ 13 All' o:1iio,, Slang, 2- T29. that was seen or heard in the fact about this list U the unvarying ate so much that when he finished To Begin Jan. 1
A three diamond engagement ring Administration building was a lot
Will sell for a )low at $53 Lease, of gobs and gobbles Personnel conclusion of "each peti doing a minor repair job under-I On Jan 1, 1949 the current
Ave, tlon-"and a new car. We hope
5033 Attleboro neath his he could
J. H. has crossed car five-cent air mail rate first'
McKenzie, clerk, Lee on
Tricycle, medium large, $7 : old Saint Nick has more pull with back out from under it.
ext 8122.Twobedroom. Thanksgiving\ off his calendar andis the automobile manufacturer class matter weighing eight
bungalow, electrically getting ready for the Christmas Ordnance and Gun cameras ounces or less will be increasedto
wired for kitchen lange.M11 sell forH500 than we have. But Mr. Diggett
cash, Deiemlah. 29146 party Lee's growing a muse thinks real peace, not just armed Those day after-holiday sandwiches six; cents per ouncesThe

8lx! .room new brick home. Hotpoint tache or have you noticed? non-shooting truces would be the were quite popular. Everythingfrom Ave-cent rate has beenin
M tltttrlc kitchen Already landscapedand the old bird down to the cranberry -
financed $10,8(10. furnished If Mr Loveland from the Contract best gift for Christmas, a tired effect since 1 Oct. 1H6. at

tieslred Ln""e, 30J5 Attleboro Ave. section spent the holidays in At- world could ask for and we sauce has been seen in some which time it was reduced from
FOR KhSTJtlveislde lanta, while Mr. Tovey of Design do, too! i of them And a couple we I eight cents.Tots' .
apartment near bus service I glanced at, would have made Dag-
and his family spent Thanksgivingin
Will\ actttt one child with couple. Fla. with his vsifesfolks WARMED OVER-Don t look wood look like a piker If any- !
Tuuh, 2.7300 Titusville, for special holidays during De- I
interested in Xmas
is a nice room
Single; room for $8 per week Scherrer, From Housing 'tis reported cember with the possible one Party
7fc05U, Mrs. Olean Roberts' excep- for rent at a reasonable rate, con-
Efficiency Apartments with private that transferred to tion of a half-day off Christmas, tact Doris Willis tn Camera Department Set For Dec. 24
lath, lights and water Adults only. husband Is being eve. Since both Christmas and or 754-Elizabeth Mach.
.$3250 ir month Call Lentz, Orange Corpus Christi, but she will be here :
New Year's both fall
on Saturday,
Park. J231Trailer a while longer.. I Plans have been completed
: with room attached Hot and it looks like routine workdayswill .-"Diet' Fragdale has the Station Children's Party to be

cold water, showers,ntlnk.spaceTUInneld We are sorry to learn from be the watchword Charlie discovered a good way to loseweight held in the Mainside auditorium
Ave In larr, Transportation that Jennie Kopecis
Fait did a good job in "Little
1467, Anyone interested in how at 1330 Friday December 24. "
Trailer Shop space on Black Creek Fishing I in St. Luke's Hospital. We hope ; Foxes" which closes tomorrow to lose weight, take a trip up to Navy personnel! who wish to

.. and hunting free $12 per month Kiveivlcw that Jennie who will be out night, and we can look for him in personnel and Tony will give you have their children attend rnu t
Hh Camp aniTTialler ParkHethtote for about a month, will improve as future shows!'
i the lowdown Tom Rutherfordwent submit name, rate and the names
: Ftv-tom completely ext famished apartment the days go by Saturday is AFGE Lodge No. 'o<*> nan calleda i hunting last week coming ages and sex: of children to the
at 1453 Wolfe St. Clifford, t'l Helen Johnawn birthday-congratulatidns at 8 tomorrow two birds What
,"I- special meeting p. m. back with seemed 'head of their respective departments
," <>485 i night at the George Wash to be the trouble, little men .
AIailments at Jax Beach-Efficiency .. I
a- \ ,' C uie or two drooms. Unfurnished, ington. Member* are urged to attend with badges bothering ;you, Tom I All data should be turned in t*
. nk ',"; $:SO, .luinlshed $65. Mrs. Reid 5- Deadlines Set For Delivery "Three Musketeer Is Mr. Cribbs who has been off fora Chaplain (Capt.) Francis L. Albert
< 1069.Fourroom, unfurnished tment, Of Pacific Christmas Mail I RM pretty all a picture postcard- few days after a minor opera- Station chaplain by Dec: 10.

.: '/. !ScheorU: M :202S: Myra St I pin (SEA) Deadlines have been and about an dull and childish tion is getting along okay understand I .

i ,L"f' ... Room near bath. furnished. Buckland, set for arrival of prepaid airmailat The shorter, lunch hour vote taken Cribbs went hunting last Christian Scientist Here
75516Furnished. the Fleet Post Office, San Fran- recently, ended In a very close week-end and instead of shootingdeer
The Christian Science worker
Garage Included six-room H lallowa upper >apartment, 24403. cisco, Calif, to ensure timely receipt race, and "o will h* left" an It Is I he, only got a doe Mr. Mr Charles B. Capers is available ,

Two-room fuinlshed apt. Hot water of Christmas parcels, and for the pr.-nt.hats Jarred did a little fishing over the i.
at the office
and pilvate entiance Gioves, 2-4275: greeting cards by personnel in Pacific I J I' holidays claims! he won't get too Chaplain's every
Tuesday from 1030 to 1630. H.
Two furnished corner rooms, light "
ocean areas. \\ your flame. said!' the fired of the fish "Honey- I
housekeeping Joiner. 20108/ can also be reached by calling
Unfurnished apartment, four large The schedule of destinations 't'Oman. "Spell it, please Chile" Jones was working on his Jacksonville 2- 93i 53S77.CHRISTENING .
rooms $50 per month GiHIln, 82267. with final dates of arrival at FPO, I "O double T 1 double U E dou- beat-up row boat trying to make a or
Large hate bedrta.m kllchen Rhodes next 1o 2-3243: bath; will\ San Francisco, follow: ble I double" silk purse out of it-l>ot I>uks
Room with private bath and kitchen China, Japan Philippines Okinawa "Just a minute. Begin again PROCESS AND PRODUCTION NOTICE

S rtte Ad I lk onl> $O5 pei month Kay, Truk, Pt'lellU-5 December please" CONTROL- O Jenkins is a man Personnel who have children

2.856Nicely Guam. Srtlpan K\\ajalem, Samoa The man dutifully began again. with an eye for business As a adeline they wish to have christened are

-. prier, furnished Ntwman! i' :tot reasonable :' -.10 December "O double, T I double U E-" he repairs and sells sewing invited to communicate their wishes -

FuinlsheObedroom uitment with Hawaii. Midway15 December "I give up. What Is jour machines Knowing that the young to Station Chaplain Cap

tile lath $100 per month U'Bun- I' Mailers are n'm'lnded that postal name ?" women of today are not up on such Francis L. Albert, in preparation

;, non t> loom, 28372Nl In. pilvatr. home, for pc-nlle regulations restrict the combined "My name is Ottiwcll Wood matters, he also give' personal instructions for the Dedicatory Service to be

ny man Very reasonable. Convenient to three dimensions of an airmail spelled O, double T, I double U, on operation of his handiwork conducted in connection with the

Air Station Call 1-3420: I package to 100 inches and the total E, double L, double U, double O, Worship service on Sunday moru

New or :2 completely bertroom apis equipped unfurnished f'rnclNry.t from: weight to 70 pounds D"I I Fishing ie really on the blink Ing Dec, 19, Ii I


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}, Page Four SPORTS JAX AIR NEWSSECTION 3 December 1948Jacka







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Takes Over Job f1kEiCop First :

I As Station PT Officer

Lt. Comdr. Donald L Jacka, head mentor of the 1048!

Jax-Navy Varsity football squad, assumed duties as Recreation -
NATAC Grid Title'
and Physical Training Officer last week replacing Lt

Comdr. Tony Rubinowho departed for the United States Naval -

Academy to serve as an assistant to Captain Tom Hamil-
ton, athletic director in the Academy's large physical training -

nrnoram.- --- NAS Station 7-7 Score Gives Locals

:Beginning his second tour of ---- -

; duty here in July of this year, he Golf Tourney Conference Loop CrownIn
football .
was appointed Varsity A _
ooach Jacka immediately set
about whipping grid candidates into tt h Starts Sunday a grid battle packed with suspense and bone-crush-

form and succeeded in fielding 1 ing tackles, the Jax Navy pigskinners battled their arch-

a conference winning 1948 Vaisitv The annual Station Golf Championship -, rivals, the Pensacola Goslings, to a 7-7 tie, but walked away
eleven. Under his tutelage the FH qualifying rounds will be
with the Naval Air Training Athletic Conference grid title
ers this season has won six. lost held Saturday, 4 December, it was
one and tied one. announced this week by Lt. Comdr. at Pensacola last Saturday before 5,000 spectators.

His first tour of duty aboard Donald L Jacka, NAS Physical Before a handful of local fans who were almost obscured

NAS was in 1941 when he was ui Teaming and Recieation Officer ftonv-sight by the fog which began I "

dergoing training to become a 'p'l1m! round will be played Sun- :I to blanket the gridiron toward was haltby the hardchargingFlier

Jtaal Aviator. But, classes didn t da5* ; December i j I the second half of the contest, the forward wall as the half

absorb all of his time and he tin i, open to all officers and enlisted I Filers showed plenty of first half ended
ed out for the NAS grid squall personnel of the various commands I power as they scored jn the second The second half started slow

th'at! season and performed in t h. located here the tourney will beset I stanza: but were unable to cope but after an exchange cf puntsthe

end slot throughout the football -- up in such a manner that competitors with Gosling aerial thrusts, which Goslings intercepted a local ...
months. :; : will only play against : set up the knotting "TD" in the pass at their 10 and started to
,,. for the line. Halfbacks
Prior to his Navv football experience lompaiable golfers. Previoussioies dwindling minutes qf the contest, move
Haddock and Hank Kovol-
Coach Jacka played ball will be the deciding factorin kickoff Tommy
Taking the on
I opening: chuck pitched and paced the Gos.
for Kansas University and Kansas the determinatIOn of handicaps the goal-line, Flier halfback Andy
lings to the Fliers' 10 and once
State Teachers College from 19S7 The more entries the more Anderson reached the Jax 12- 'ard
the local eleven turned the
------------- again
to 40 The new Physical Training flights and as many flights as necessary line before being stopped Jax-

and Recreation Officer also saw a LT. COMDR JACKA.NKW will be set up to accom- Navy fullback Bull Bailey and tide.Pensacola's offensive started to
successful season on the field as a : : FT OFFICERalready ; modate all participants. All will halfback Hop Holden teamed up
roll late in the third period but
member of the undefeated Sand initiated the of be played with handicaps exceptthe
organizing with Anderson to chalk up a pairof I halted .
was again by JaxNavy.The
Point, Seattle Wash, team in the Station a 19t8 Basketball and championship flight which will local first downs at the Jax 45: clock was running out late in

1915. Bowling activities which will high- be played from scratch. Winners The local offensive was halted the final period and a blanket of

Taking over immediately after light the NAS spoils calendti for i, of each class will play to decide there and the Fliers were forcedto I I fog started to cover the gridiron.
Lt. Comdr Rubmo left Jacka has the next few months. I I the champIOnship. punt. On the next pluy Holden
left to
___ two minutes play
-- --
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made a spectacular interception of Gosling halfback Haddock pitcheda

'NAS Waves Preparing For a Gosling toss on the Jax 40. I 35-yard aerial to end Ken Coston

Cagers Drilling Fliers "TD" Drive Halted I for a first. down on the Tilers' 2.

Jax-Navy's offensive gained mo- Two plays later Haddock fumbledover

'Season! Inaugural Dec. 15 I mentum, with quarterback Jerry the goal line and Gosling tackle ;
For Initial Tilt
Walterskirchen completing a pass Jim Littlejohn came up wit.nthe
: Looking forward to its season -- -- --- to Holden, and fullback George pigskin. The conversion was

opener on December 15, the I'' -- -- ----- -------- Kinnear and scatback Pat good and the game ended with the

With BulletsBy : WAVES basketball team is busy. Search Out For I O'Rourke carried the pigskin to the Fliers tossing posses at the finish.
polishing the rough edges off its Gosling five-yard line. The Jax- Final NATAC Grid Man CHET l'AS>C'HANG 'I fast-moving attack A Jackson 'I Navy offensive was halted by a \V I. T Pts.

With the opening game against I ville City Girls league team will Boxers, Matmen fumble with Pensacola recovering i Jacksonville :NAS 2 0 1 5Penraeola

Green Cove Springs only 13 days I probably be the opponents, according I .I at the three to take over :NATB 1 0 2 t
away, a host of hopefuls battling. to head coach "Sklpp r" Mo- I Chief "ChIps" Chipparoni, Holden once again halted the Memphis' X.-\TIT 1 1 1 *
for berths on the 1948-49 editionof i Naval Air Station boxing team I.I I.:II Gosling attack with an intercep- Corpus Christi NAS 0 S 0 0>>
the Jax-Navy basketball team II I ser.The I mentor has issued the call for I .
I WAVES 48 curtain rawer I tion, but the Fliers got nowhere
talent and wiestlers
their new ring I
are now hitting pre-season will be the preliminary game to I and were forced to punt as the
peak. I the Flieis' opener with the Green I Anyone who has had previous I first period ended. Back 9 Holes Open
Through the efforts of Coach I boxing or wrestling expeiienceand ,
Cove Bullets here the same nightat j the second stanza,
George Borner, every candidate for even those with none at all, Midway in
the NATTC Auditorium Officially
Flier center Dave Barksdale, intercepted -
the team has been worked into the I : wishing to tryout for the station ,
I Working out every Tuesdayand teams are asked to muster I another Pensacola pass completed back nine
beat possible shape and are now newly
Thursday night, in the NAT- around at the I I on the Gosling 25, but once again
working on some of the intricacies Physical Trainingand holes of the Naval Air Station
TC court, the sextette has shown I I the local offensive was halted and
Recreation office, building will be
of the hardwood sport. Golf Course officially opened
,since the beginning I
Coach Borner is fairly well satisfied great improvement season's This '726, or call Chipparoni at extension I the Goslings took the ball on Friday at 1315 with Capt.
with the talent he has under I of practice. 593.Charley downs. A bad Gosling pass from Alvin I. Malstiom NAS command
offense will form
the team's
year center fourth down was recovered -
and make as on officer, cutting the tape and .
hU wing expects to : around a pivotman, with a fast Jaxmen ing
a host of on
good a showing on the hardwood by driving off the first ball.
: breaking sharp passing attack.The Jones of the 1892 Cin
theyal'd line. O'Rouike swept The first foursome to tee off
a* the crack Jax-Navy hoopsteisbquad
I squad will spend the next Reds no-hit wide around his light end to
did last year. .I cinnati pitched a own from tee No. 10 will include Capt.
two weeks on fast, accurate pass-
Last season although they were the last day of the seasonin score standing up Tizzy Alvin I. Malstrom, Comdr. Fr..del'ick -
and new plays with the spot- game
ing the with his boot to
beaten by a Norfolk team in the I split ozone J. Brush, Chief Joseph McDonald
light on Barbara Earp leading the his first major-league appear- make the score 7-0. A Pennacola and Jack course
Basketball Tournament Harvey
East Coast -
and Pete Peterson the de
thus all for otfense ance, He beat the Pirates', 7-1, I offensive late in the second periodlntraMural
squelching hopes fense. The addition of Mary Wise- .--- pro.
an All-Navy crown, the Fliers hart and Helen Brenner both from Following the official opening of

were able to boast one of the best Corpus Christi, will strengthenthe the back nine, the 18-hole station
seasons ever recorded in Physical local sextette. Cage Campaign course will be ready for use.

Training's hoop annals. The 1917- Undefeated since 1943 in service -

44 squad racked up a record of the NAS Girls in I I
competition l
26-4 and at one time went wild on ': Blue will be entered in the GIrls' Slated To Open In January Sports Quiz

a 21-game win streak. this to
City League again year L.

face Tough Foes' defend the crown they won last I _____ ___ _______.
They copped the NATAC title I srason, Two Leagues Will Battle In Hardwood Title Fight; Hy Armed Forces l'r."*-* ervlco!!
with unmarred slate of 10-0 '
an On the 48 roster Winnie Jones,
1. What natIon's team did the
and went on to take the Seventh Pete Peterson, Fran Free, Eleanor O & R To Defend Diadem U. S. Olympic basketball quintet

Naval District Championship. Only Stahlbush, Eleanor Floey, Ellen ------- defeat in the finals at London last
schedules the "PT" Department
through -.
one team was able to beat the Fliers Messer, Ellen Duncan, and Mary When football fades from
avoid interferencewith August ? ,.
in two outings, the Universityof Wisehart make up the guards the NAS Jax spotlight next to
other drill sessions. 2. Do you remember the name
Florida Gatois. corps. Mary Jones, Barbara Earp, week the scene will shift to I
will be
After knocked out of theNavy All league games playedon of the famous racehorse which
Boots Tardin Midge Bryant, Ruth hardwood floors to be '"'
tournament by the Norfolk the Tuesday and Thursday at the was forced into retirement lastSpring
Helen and
quintet, the locals were invited toplay LaVere,will be Brenner slated for forward"SkIp"Mosl'r shared by the Varsity Basketball NATAL Gym in building 513. / by a broken ankle bone?

in the Florida A. A. U. tourn- rolls Billie Thomason will act as quintet and the Intra- League schedules have not been 3. Back in 1935 Augle Galan
ament and the National ARC drawn up but league officials are played a whole season for the
tourney in Atlanta, but both bids I team manager... brigades. planning the slate to include two Cubs without hitting into a double
down Fifteen inter-station teams who rounds: in each league. play. What team's uniform is he
were by Harry '
Knickelbine, head coach of the New Type Caddy have already signed up for this Teams entering the '48 Intra- now wearing?
season's competition have been mural basketball loop so far, are 4. An all-time pro-football record -
Jax-Navy a _uad. ATI's Whitworth
( ) ---
basket- working out daily with the cam- Fasron 6, a newcomer to station was set 'when this fellow
This the station of the local
year ,
Ferguson president paign showing promise of being sports; the Hospital quintet, a well scored 19 touchdowns in the All-
will be some
ball facing
club employed a new typeof
it I country one of the largest intra-mural pro-. established contender for local in- American Conference In 1917.
tough competition when beginsto caddy after playing in a four- '
its schedule grams in station history. tra-station titles; Operations; Radio What's his name ?
roll forward through
tome. After he pitched to a green,
the 15th of this month. In- descended, the pilot Chiefs George Bomfa, Directorof Central; Dispensary; Maulers; 5, One of these teams has played
I a helicopter i the Intra-Mural Basketball O & R, another top-notch club four times in the Orange Bowl.
the list of highranking
cluded on reached out, plucked the pin from
cage teams that. the 1918-49 the cup and then withdrew discreetly Leagues stated early this week which ia always in the race up to Which one? Miami- ? Tennessee ?

Fliers will soon come up againstare \1 while the group putted that, "when all entries are in, theywill the wire; Personnel; NARTU, a Duquesne?

the Georgia State Teachers Then he returned replaced the pin be split into the National and strong team in all competition; ANSWERS .

College, Pensacola, Memphis, Stetson American Leagues. Things are Marines; Supply; ComFair; Ord- 1. France
University and Camp Lejuene I the 28th and 29th, Pensacola once looking brighter than was expectedand nance and, Gunnery; VU; and the 2. Stymie.
more the 12th of February.; Mem- plenty of furious battles ate in Station Police quintet.In 3. Augle la now a member of
last season's much heated the Cincinnati Heels.
In the NATAC Conference, the phis the 18th and 19th and will store.
locals will play Pensacola on the clash with a Corpus Christi squadfor Slate To lit DravMi competition, Operations and 0 & II 4. Spec Sanders of the New
entries in the slugged It out for the station title York Yankees.
14th and 15th of January. Mem- this season's last two confer- With so many
phis the 21st and 22nd of January, ence tilts on the 25th and 2Sth of hoop loops, It is requested that with 0 & It taking two( out of 5. Miami, In 1933, 1931, 1935 and' y
team managers clear practice three contests to win the play-offs. 19 If I.
Corpus Christi the same month ont February.

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