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!c... Vol. 4-No. 14 Tpimm rmnnrrrnmi imprm 13 June, 1946

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.;. U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA



,r" .<.' '; SOUTHEASTERN' AIR SHOW: M Novol' Flight Team To 1

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2 t Star In Jan Air Show

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' ,.'-1 ( Other Navy Exhibitions Will Add

,." Thrills To Big Two-Day Program

'f..j "- 7A F Aviation will hold the spotlight in Jacksonville this .

,.; week-end when thousands of air-minded people in north

':... ; Florida and South Georgia flock to the giant Southeastern '?'

f! ( Air Show and Exposition which is being staged to com

> memorate the dedication of Craig Field on the Beach Road.

/ In its first public appearance, the Navy's new Flight
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; 'f. Exhibition Team of four blue and ]
,- >'" .. "< gold painted Hellcats from NAS is j
Annapolis Grads expected to steal the show with its I I
/ .. daring low-altitude maneuvers,"* \
f:: precision formations and intri- ;
L .CDR.L. BARNARD ... Start AviationIndoctrination cate flight tactics. The veteran '
combat pilots who compose the J
-- US.N.R. _/ 14.--- team are Lt Comdr. R. M Voris {|
team leader; Lt. Comdr. L. G.
< Barnard, Lt Comdr. M N. Wick- \
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,.,, < .
x '.:.' .',' Aviation indoctrination of this endoll, and Lt. (jg) M. W. Cassidy i
year's Naval Academy graduatingclass Three of them fly as the team \
.. was under way here this week while the fourth stands by as a *
following the arrival Sunday of spare. (
358 newly-commissioned ensigns Another Navy event on the pro- !
from Annapolis. gram calculated to thrill the spec-
The group represents about one- tators i s the simulated co-
LT. M.I1 .'WICKENDOLL half of the graduating class. A ordmated attack by 12 SB- { j'
second group will undergo a simi-. 2Cs from NAS Jax and eight Cor-
.i U.S.N. lar training course beginning 8. sairs from NAS Miami The planes
< July. will sweep the field in a demonstration i
In a general assembly Monday of the type of attack that 1 I
morning the graduates were wel- won the air war in the Pacific. ,
comed aboard by Captain W. E. Leading the formation of Helldi- .
C. t Gentner, head of training for the vers on one day will be Lt. Comdr.
Naval Air Advanced Training William S. Adami, while Lt. 1
Command on behalf of Rear Ad- Comdr. Richard H. Mills will head 1
miral Ralph E. Davison. In a the group on the other day. 4
statement, the Admiral said: I The Navy is even bringing a
"It Is with the greatest pleasure helicopter to the show so that aviation "1{
.... that I extend a hearty welcome enthusiasts in this area can i J
F to the members of the get a close-up view of this odd :"'
United States Natal Academy aircraft in flight. ...J*
JUNE l5flND I graduating class of 1916, on the Army planes and the latest in
occasion of theirls, )to the civilian airplanes will also be on }! }
Natal Air Advanced Training -
and
display Saturday Sunday.
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one the
16 Backing up the aces In the j 1
important phases! of their train-
Flight Exhibition Team are the 'j
for fleet! dut ".
ing
) enlisted men in the ground crew 1
FLIGHT "Aiation'sltal role In the Including C. W. Barber, AMM3c; :J
Navy Is now well recognized. It R. N. Borndeaux, AMM3c; L. J.
LEADER is imperative, therefore, that all Johnson, AMM2c; W E. Stanzeski ,
line officers of the Navy, whether .
.
AMM3c; H. B. Hardee, AMM2c 1
their Is afloat ashore,
r duty or W. L. Miller AMM3c; J. D. -J

L1JG:( ) MELVIN CASSIDY USN.R. LT. CDR. R.M. VORIS U.S.N. should of have the functions a thorough, capabilities knowledge -- Turrentine AMM3c; C, C AMM3c Hicks, ,C.AMM3c H Casey; L., T j
and limitations of
aircraft.
MAKING ITS DEBUT before the public, the new: Flight Exhibition Team from the Naval Airr That's why these newlj commissioned ,- R. Reid.AMM3c.AMM2c; and T. P. Valen- ]1
Advanced Training Command will highlight the Southeastern Air Show at Craig Field on 15 and 16 ensigns are being sent to tines
i June. The Intricate aerial maneuvers of the team will be a stellar attraction on the entertainment the Natal Air Advanced Train- The airport, designated Munici-
:: bill of fare at the show. All pilots are experienced combat fliers who were hand picked for this Ing Command for practical\ first- pal No. 2, will formally be named
special exhibition flying duty. hand study of aerial operations."I Craig Field in honor of the late
know every squadron and Comdr. James Edwin Craig at

fr,. Station Uniform Patrol Music For Shut-Ins every department of this Com- 1645 Sunday afternoon. Captain i
mand will appreciate the signifi- Anthony R. Brady, NAS commanding -
Cancelled Last Week cance of the Academy graduates' officer will make the dedica- -
aviation indoctrination and will tion address. ,
Given RadiosBy .
;. A familiar sight on the station Hospital exert every effort to make their Comdr. Craig, a native Jaxon, a
r; .. has disappeared-at least it's been visit of the utmost benefit to was killed at Pearl Harbor on 7
familiar for the past six months. December 1941 the '
Local Jax each officer. during Jap \
r'.. l'j The special Uniform Patrol, maintained Sorority Continued on Page Two Continued on rage Two ,,1
since December, 1915, has
r"4'. been disbanded. Jacksonville chapters of the Alpha Iota Sorority pre- START INDOCTRINATION COURSE I
' : Comdr. Paul E. Emrick, station sented two radios last night to the U. S. Naval Hospital
'a;- executive officer; in cancelling the
} patrol, pointed out that a very here for use of patients in the wards.
great improvement in the wearing Mrs. Monteen Tomberlin, president of the Jacksonville

t" ..- of the uniform by both officers and Alumnae Chapter of the Sorority, made the presentation on

men has been noticed. ........ '
--- ---- behalf of the society. Miss Mil- ..'
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;: Schneider Takes Over As dred Minchew, Red Cross Field 1" /,>i
i .. Director, accepted the gift and --- -
later turned the rad:os over to 'L:4J: .: ? :
i Commander of VSB Squadron the hospital. ifill -c .

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Alpha Iota, an international ,!
Lt. Comdr. Schneider took -- -- --- -
Tony
over the reins as skipper of VSB sloning of Squadron VB-U there. honorary business sorority for ..,.
Squadron this week, succeeding He is a native of Hillsboro, Mis- business colleges and universities
,: Comdr. Ralph Weymouth who is souri. throughout the United States,
:' reporting to the Naval Academy 1939 Entering, as an the aviation Navy cadet In November, he wonhis has been a steady donor to the 1
to attend
a post-graduate course :
in aeronautical engineering. wings at NAS Miami in 1940. American Red Cross during the
He saw combat action in the Pacific war years. The combined con-

! A The came squadron to NAS commanamg from Grosse Isle officer -, VB-6 while VB-21 attached, and VB-9.to Squadrons He holds tnbut'ons! of the various chapters : $ 'j

Mich, following the decommis- two Navy Crosses, three Distin- have been used by the Red Crossto .
six purchase equipment to be used .
guished Flying Crosses, and .
Air Medals. in combat areas. Last year the .
Comdr Weymouin reported sorority presented an ambulanceto ..., ;
I aboard in September 1914, and the Red Cross, and this year
was assigned to the staff of Rear radios are be'ng distributed to :
Admiral A. C. McFall who was hospitals throughout the country
then Chief of the Naval Air Op- by regional: chapters. The radios -: i I''f'
erational Training Command. Two were secured for the Jacksonville .
I months later he was made skip- chapters by the Red Cross Camp .." h 1!sass: ; '111111
per of the VSB Squadron at Cecil and Hospital Comm ttee. IT LOOKS LIKE a busy summer for this year's graduatingclass ,
" Field and returned to NAS Jacksonville Sponsors for the two local of the Naval Academy. Hardly had some of the 358 newly-
In December, 1945, when chapters have been Mrs. Maude commissioned ensigns settled themselves at NAS following their h
the squadron was transferred here. Drowning, who was associatedwith arrival here Sunday when they departed in an R4D Monday for
I lie was attached to a dive-bomber the Massey Business Collegein Pensacola where they boarded the USS Ranger to observe air operations .
squadron ,In the Pacific, partici- Jacksonv'lle for many years, aboard a carrier, It's all part of the aviation indoctrination J
pating in the Battle of the East- and Mrs. Helen M. Styron, chief course being given graduating class this year. The second halt I
ern Philippines, prior r to his duty clerk in the Inspection Depart- of the class will undergo the same training later In the summer
here. ment here at NNS. when the first group finishes. 6 I'

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PREVIEW OF AIR SHOW o 0

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: \ Chatter \

; We hear that the Red Cross REPORTERI .

t "Movie was Party"a huge last success.Thursday Featur evening ;

attraction was the colored slide
taken in the South Pacific by LI I A, Laser' lie ,

Raymond Marcus, a patient followed onWard :. I QI'STIO Who cH' you I.kk ,j
E A-10. The movies were ad t
the Oonn-IxiuU fight, why j
In
I Informal dancing and refreshments I S.
by
I:1 In the Recreation Hall! MAX IM\SiX. ARM3c ]
_____ I ITht' II New York City N, Y. .
: ',' ; of I choice is Louis. Hell put
.; outstanding event th.1 "My i
week is the Red Cross : ; up a much better fight than Conn
I which will I be because he's had the experienceand
for patients
Dance"
this evening at 2000 In the I is still an undefeated champion : i
held Auditorium of the Ship's Servic I think It will be by a decision
Costumes are to be t1UniformoftheDay ,"
Building
and patient GEORGE SFI.I.F.RAR-+13cNelight

are urged to stop by the Red Croe I Neb.
,> Office to select colored sashes and I "I don't think Louis will make
't:7' ''" > bandanas to set off their costumes. I It this time. I'm picking Conn be.
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Lyr ,:,. The music will be furnish ., cause he's faster and he's learneda
: e there will l last time he tangled
: by the\&p Senders and lot since the
I: be hostesses and refreshment' with Lout!'. This time he'll
a-plenty'! The floor show will feature stay away from him until just the I
Interlude" by the Arthur time" -
"Dance .. right
r Murray Studio. Don't mi BRUTSCHEIl.! ARMScWilkersburg. .
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,r i, out on the fun! Pa. c ;.

S w? t I Louis' is my boy. I think he'slearned
Mary Theresa Parnell. Llomdr. a lot In the game since the

(NC) USN, I'f'portlh..I'e last time they fought, so Conn i
\ ale : on the 3rd of June from the U 1 SNaal won't be able to get away with the V
I Hospital Guam, M, I, Wei same tactic this time. No bets, -
I come) Aboard! I but I'll stick with him."

; CmiCX BRO11'NEI4ARM3c
: Anotht'r'ictory for the WAVE)" Alexander, La.Conn .
Softball Team. They plays I will do It this time, He'aI'ounger
.
,,, <' ..... Company and
.. :, ., : against the Barbee Motor and faster, really
: :>, h ,:.L' j at the Bay Street Stadium should have won from Louis last
,< eveninglast week and the time: He's gained 1lot of fight
one
t j I
h' ,",' ,, final score was 13-4 in our favor experience In the last four yearshat
.i' ) will helphim an awful 1oL"t

4im ji4 :' "i \: Folkstone Georgia once 8 ain 'JOHN BAKNES, ARM3c
became the center of attractioi I Florence, S. C.
1. \ f;: 1 this week when William )Moore, I "A knockout by Louis will) do
.. ': > : fcEMlc, and Peggy J, Brown. Ph the trick He's had a kt mowfight
Mlc, stammered their "I Do's" the < experience then Billy and it
,
I Justice of the Peace on the : will show up In the long run. I
> 5th of June Best wishes, to both' give him the ninth round to knock

: (r>f you rim out:'
W
Cil.FA 1'01.)0ARM3c .
We said good-bve to Ens Ann Grand Rapids'!, Mich
M, List (Wl), USNR this week, I "Louis is the better man-at
Ens: List has ben WAVES Ad i least he's my choice I'll take bets.
.
mlnistrative Officer at the hospital on it but no odds He's had a hit
for the past 17 months, and durIng I more experience and It will be
i that time she has been :a very noticeable"

staunch friend to every WAVE There you are, h-ojn and gate, I
Q + who has done duty here To saj take your pick! We don't
4p
S'a A b Q s N Q. I +i x S a' I the will be missed Is speaking for prophesy who'd K'colnatoft win that

I very girl in the Barracks, Our nn.I.oul" tlJ'ht-that'N In the

sent wishes go .with. her lap of the god and Mike' Jacobs
-- -- --
-- look Uxmn
Take a good at
f Fire Kajo's Old KhatI two rugged Individual are
worth 100 buck for a ringside -
? < /tr they
Flam.sIwept .
v Nework SEA) ;
R I the upper floors of a Broad neat at tills great c.I..ter
he and U>ei'
Payday may TiHU.v
destroying 5,000 fir
I *ay building- : ion'bet
fight Wt'ClnC'N.la-but (
xtinguishersKM.lisTKI
>'''Uf shirt. There' a Iwo-weHc
-, stretch before the lettuce oo.issryour
IS 44 1 4'S I ) TKKMINAL way again.. j
I.KA\ HILL IS 11 I
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ky v
P PASSED: In' IIU'l'Ot;
\ Naval
Terminal leave for .nll"4'I'' t

personnel was, a step nearerreality Contliiuetl from Page One
e thin week. sneak attack, He was damage control -
The I' S. House of Ki |>re en- I officer and first lieutenant t>f
I lath* voted unanimous!). TUCK- I the USS Pennsylvania which was
day In favor of a bill which struck by a 500-pound fragmentation
i iJ Mould pay GI'N, for all unused, I bomb while in drvdock,
leave time computed at the Hours for the Air Show are
rate of two and one-half tl3\'" ) from 1300 to 1800 on both day.
per month If passed' by the I Tying in with the Air Show and
Senate, enlisted personnel would Aviation Week here in Jacksonville
be plated on a par with officers Is the exhibition of Navy,
'. Marine and 'Coast Guard photographs
< In regard to terminal leave paj.I
.SSS I In addition to pay based on I selected by Capt, Edward
55 the rate held at time of discharge Steichen, famed photographer, .
subsistence or ration allowances .1.I I and head,of combat photographyfor
I wit also be (ll\ltllllldrf the Navy in World War 11, at
s j I I the bill. the George: Washington Hotel ballroom

I Saturday and.Sunday

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TilE sorTIIRASTRKN AIR SHOW will be a big event for air-minded Jaxsons Army and Navy )
will and be on display SB2Cs similar to those in the top
aircraft
planes<< as well)) as civilian perform
will join with Navy Corsairs in a demonstration of the co-ordinated attack that helped to knock
I' out photo the Jape in the, Pacific The three Hellcats in the middle photo are piloted by the new Flight Exhibition Bp
Team and provide good Margaret Zigler will reign: as "Queen of Aviation" at the show Saturday and Sunday at Craig Field 't. S

off the Beach Road. -- -
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used in naval knowledge of the Fleet aviationand I ,
ods and procedures 1 ": .
AnnapolisContinued air training schools. Lectures on I I'the the Fleet aircraft in order

', post-war plans for aviation I that he may have a foundation upon :

: from Pare One I rates as well as guided visits to which to base a broader comprehension I r
Two sections of the class embarked II the Aviation Fundamentals School
r on tours almost immedi I and Class A, B, and C hools of naval aviation anda
ately. One departed by air for I are expected to emphasize the selection wider knowledge of the uses of i
Ptnsacola where they boarded the : training, and developmentof naval aircraft.

USS Ranger for the carrier phaseof the enlisted men whose special The results desired from this indoctrination
their indoctrination, while another ized skills and knowledge are necessary
I maintain Naval are to familiarize the AAAl'I'iiE'iATION
to
visited the Naval Air Tech- in order -
nical Training Center here.'On the Aviation! at the highest levels. officers with the problems of ; AND I'LKASUKK': are written on the faces of ,

Hanger the graduates will observe I Arrangements have been made flight; to aircraft encourage) them vital to naval recognize Comdr, and Mrs. Ralph Weymouth as they open gifts presented to
aircraft operations afloat and for the graduates to participate in instruments as in the them at a farewell party held last Friday evening at Timber Inn.
ashore, with tours of the ship included the many sports and sports. programs weapons schemes and of offense as and defense; ) Comdr Weymouth has been detached as commanding officer (dVSBATU
to develop an appreciationof available at NAS.In the ties of understanding ( ) # 1 to report to Annapolis for a post-graduate course in
and to strengthen
limitations and general, the objectives of the Schneider former CO
the capabilities, and mutual cooperation aeronautical engineering' Lt. Comdr. Tony ,
employment of carriers and earlier aviation indoctrination instruction which must exist between non- of VB-9 decommissioned squadron at Grosse Isle, Mich, succeedshim
aircraft. The tour of NATTCis for' the Naval Academy Class of of as skipper of VSB.: In addition to the candelabra, the popular
designed to acquaint the academy 1947 is to provide the Naval Academy flying naval and service.the flying personnel ouple leceived a picture, silver bowl, and salad Bet
men with the current meth graduate with a general our
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MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

? THURSDAY .,
"BAMBOO BLONDE", starring Frances Langford. Show

at 1730 only. Minstrel Show at ) \


SATURDAY 20(4)1'1":

"A NIGHT IN

..i I thers.. Shows at 1130, 1730 and 2000.MONDAY .-


"IT SHOULDN'T HAPPEN TO A DOG", with Carole Lan-

dis. Shows at 1730 and 2000.TUESDAY ,

p AND WEDNESDAY;

a "CENTENNIAL SUMMER", with Linda Darnell. Showsat
w 1730 and 2000.

THURSDAY

"SHE WOLF OF LONDON", with Sara Had n. Shows at

1730 and .2000. *

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STUDENT OFFICERS .


THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ,

"JANIK GETS )IAIU;IED" starring Joan Leslie. Show at

2000 only..
SATURDAY

"VALLEY OF DECISION", featuring Greer Garson.

Show at :2000 only. ,

SUNDAY

"RENDEZVOUS", with William Gargan and Marie Palm '

er. Show at 2000 only.

MONDAY AND TUESDAY"A

NIGHT IN CASABLANCA", with the Marx Brothers.

Show at 2000 only.

-.nr ". .'.r.r. ..f \-.a'\. ;1'l.' .. WEDNESDAY"IT
1IIUSK AhfVlAVKS: DISGUISED In civvies you see in the above photos but gals attached SHOULDN'T HAPPEN TO A DOG", starring Carole
, to the Seventh Naval District who are being temporarily housed and fed in the WAVES barracks and Landis. Show at 2000 only. &
chow hall here at NAS Pictured above. :Marie Nutting, secretary to the chief of staff, takes time out THURSDAY <
to pen a letter to her folks in :Miami telling them all about life on the Air Station, while Jennie Wells,
secretary to the assistant chief of staff, lolls on her bunk and catches up on her reading1 Below ,the "CENTENNIAL SUMMER", with Linda Darnell. Show .i,
two girls get ready to sample Navy chow for the first time as they pass through the line at the at 2000 only. f.
WAVES mess hall, '
:
, .. -- ---- ---- --------- -- ---- OTHER EVENTS
of honor and many of the girls
, : attended the WAVES Softball NAS Model Club MINSTREL SHOW Mainside Auditorium at 2000, ,'
I game in Jax against the Barbee Thursday, 13 June.BASIiL&L1.Mason. ;
I team Grace Blim and Jean
Motors Receives Honors
Field Friday 11 June Fliers
I King are also due a lot of credit vs
I for making the party a success I NPFS, Ottumwa, la, 1615. ,"
In Orlando MeetThe
ray Saturday, 1:i June, Fliers vs NPFS, Ottumwa, la, 1100. J
Take it from the WAVES who ATHLETIC (:JEAK Available Mat
Aeroneers, NAS model airplane at area, Yorktown ,
, By LoU A. JA"lM"r, lie ,I that went it on really that was picnic quite last a success.Sunday I club, moved into the limelight Avenue and Mustin Road 1000.1130 and 1300-1830 daily,

,;, The WAVES chow hall was the The affair was sponsored by the ,I of last the Sunday local ,outfit when, Dick two members Wallace -. and at Gear Room, topside Bldg 72G: 0800-1700 on workdays
scene of a surprise farewell party
i Corliss, an aircraft repair ship ,
| and Milton Myers, scored second -
yesterday for Lieut. (jg) Ethel VUpion
WAVES OOD and barrackssupervisor i I stationed at Green Cove Springs. place honors in different MOIJKL AIRPLANE fcUOi'Rear of Bldg 39, open UOO-2400
who is leaving for separation [, The gals were taken to the lake events at the U-control meet in daily and week-ends Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
sometime around the 21st at Camp Blanding for the party Orlando. BOWLING Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building
arrival found all sorts
of June. and upon Wallace placed second in Scale No 3. Alleys open from 1100-1400 and 1630-2100 Mondays through Fri
I of chow and drinks waiting; to be Flying, while Myers took second days: 1700-2100 Saturdays and Sundays. *
Miss Upson has been attached Besides there 1
I consumed. eating i place in Class Two competition BOXING for information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
to the WAVES Administrative I
or-j was swimming, a Softball game, The contest was staged in Orlan- Comdr A. J. Rubino, extension 593: or report to Mainside Mat after
fice since she reported to the volleyball, and,horseshoes. Various '
'do', Softball stadium, and was 1500
tion on 13! 1915 Prior to held and the -
February
races were prizes sponsored jointly by the "Eagle l\INsilE LOU>GK-Formerly the Reception Center, located In '
her duty at NAS, she was a company out of this world. Just ask
I
were Prop Twisters" and the Orlando the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and their
commander attached to the I Llewellyn to show you ,the white I' Chamber of Commerce. Several guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions by '
Naval School Hunter ''I
Training she and there
I plastic purse won novel flights and stunts were attempted arrangement with Welfare Officer Combination radio-phonograph I
College, N. Y. cosmetic I
luggage
were cases per
by the model plane enthusiasts available for use of all.hands.LIBIt.tRYLocated ,(
The chow hall was opened at fume, dusting powder, and wallets I with speeds ranging
on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build-
1700 and when Miss Upson among the booty Needless to say,
appeared from 30 to 100 miles per hour. | No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through
on the scene shortly after the gall had quite a time for them-I i ing Friday Saturday
At a recent meeting of the club
| from 0800 to 1630 and on Sunday from 1200 to 2100
ward (lured over by Chief Alstate selves. in the combination workroom-
to investigate the complaints of I S. C clubhouse in Bldg, 39, the follow- SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming, :
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1800-2100, Outdoor schedule, Mon,-Fri. 0800-1900 Sat. 1000-1900 Sun.
the girls that the chow wasn't any COMMISSARY DEPT. NOW ing men were chosen to head the
good) she was greeted by calls of I organization for a three-month 1200-1900.
"Surprise." Credit for the delicious ISSUING NEW PERMITSNew I : Ens. Francis 1\[. Kckert period : GOLF-Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday, .
and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Golf clubs and balls are available at Golf .
meal plus the cake which was dec ; permit card are being is- president; Lt. I ijg) Robert Reed,
orated with the words Farewell sued by the Commissary Store to I secretary; and Kenneth E. Schott, House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course
Miss Upson" goes to Chief Alstate I replace the yellow ones now in use I ACMM, treasurer. ANCIIOK\GE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty :
and hill staff at the chow hall Th ,i which will be invalidated on 1 --- -- -- -- cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300 Located south of Mason
tables were arranged in horseshoe July I been voided by transfer or discharge FieldTKNNIS .....I
fashion with tablecloths and candlelight The change Is being made, it of personnel and to start I -Racquets and balls are available at the Physical TrainIng .
adding to the festive air. I was stated., in an effoit to clear j,I the new fiscal year with a 100 percent Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and ...1I
Following the dinner the guest the tiles of permits I that have active Ale I I Yorktown Roads). ;
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JUXSOW WOLFFE, Esq. OPERATION FROSTBITE By Bob Jones !

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Si One In A Million I WILCO"


Editorial Office Physical Training Department officials '.S.: :?" ', TAKE ALL YOU .

{ Office ot PubUc Information, Room 221 who are faced with a headache of major '. 5i

Administration Telephone Extension Annex, Bldg.8542 954: proportions in attempting to keep checkedout az .. WA TEAT

Arthur l\1./Greene, Editor gear from going astray were rocked I ALL 10J

Frank Teen, Sit, Sport EdtUr back on their heels last week. .

Bob Jons, YSe, Art Editor Long accustomed to hunting down such I -' TAKL J
The JAX AIR NEWS u published weekly at the U. S. .
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville: Florida by the Office of gear when careless personnel mislay it, a
Public Information at no expense to the government and In letter from a seaman who had been transferred -
compliance with Secnav Circular! Letter 45-526. 28 May 1945. "
Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air to NAS :Miami left them speechless.The ....tJ 2k-lr
Station; the Naval Air Technical Training: Center, the
Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Com letter read:, fit, .1
mand, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field the Naval
Air Gunners' School the U. S. Naval Hospital, and the "I checked out some baseball gear from 1
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Mayport. the athletic gear locker about 20 May and

Captain Anthony R. Brady USN Commanding! didn't return it. I was transferred in a hur-
Jacksonville Naval Air Station
pr: and never had time to return it, so I left

Captain Naval Ford Air Technical N. Taylor,Training USN.[ Commanding Center it in Barracks 898. If you cannot find the

gear I will be glad to pay for it.
Obtain Robert M. Gillett (MC), USN, Commanding
U. S. Naval Hospital "There were two softballs and two bats.

Captain Maurice M. DeWolt. USNR, Commanding!
Naval Personnel Separation Center Thank you, Yi

Lt. (".... Alexander A. Vandegrtft Jr., USMC Commanding Edward J. Stefanik, Sic."
Marine Barracks I ,
Captain R. R. Briner, USN. Commanding It was the first time, PT officers agreed, ;jmK e \) ':
Naval Air Gunners School that such concern had been shown in re- /

Commander Howard E. Born, USN Commanding gard to athletic gear. The reverse is usual- .-"

Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field! ly the case, and the offer of payment really :-j .

Capt. Marvin L. Seidel USMCR. stunned them. I
Marine Aviation Detachment
The incident, however, merely serves to J .4 '?,
The JAX AIR NEWS recelvea Ship's Editorial Association ma ..' .
terial. Republication of credited matter prohibited without emphasize the fact that care should be ta- :
,I permission of SEA, Washington 25, D. C. Republication of any ken of all checked out from the depart- "Table for two, please. :
other matter except b, service publication, Is prohibited gear
without permission of Editor JAR AIR NEWS. ment. If funds have to be spent replacing

gear that is lost, stolen, or misplaced, there LOST PROPERTY OFFICE I BOOK SHELF .1 "4r

I Flag Day, 1946 is little or none left to purchase additional MOVED TO BLDG. NINEThe

_t' I. _. equipment.All Lost Property Office has Among the new additions to the A
hands availing themselves of this gear been mod> from the Station Post Station Library this week are: 1i
should be extra careful to insure againstthe Office, Bldg. 27, to the Yard Office Somerset Maugham's THEN AND t
loss of borrowed sports equipment so Bldg. 9, it was announced this NOW, a story of intrigue and ro-
week. mance In the days of Machiavelliand
that an adequate supply may be maintainedfor the Borgias. Told in Maug-
No change in the procedure of
the use and pleasure of all who might handling lost or found articleswas ham's inimitable style, It la highly

want to make use of it.Don't made in conjunction with the entertaining reading. Edmund .J. 1
Wilson's MEMOIRS OF HECATE
deny the other fellow, and, perhaps, move. loss Immediately the aide upon to the discover-Execu- COUNTY is a series of interre- ,.:
ing a
yourself of this facility. Treat the equip tive Officer should be notified at lated stories about suburbanites of

ment as if it were your own. A little co- ext. 398, so that it may be pub the "lost generation." The book
operation and consideration can go a long lished in the "Plan of the Day." contains brilliant satire and cari
Persons finding lost articles should cature.
in making athletic availableto
way more gear deliver them to the Chief of Po- Taylor Caldw ell's latest book .-;
more people. lice in Bldg. 914 who will turn THIS SIDE OF INNOCENCE, la :
A them over to the Lost Property a novel of violent emotions and the .
u Office. struggle between a man and a
Losers of articles should inquire woman that changed the pattern .
at the Lost Property Office of the entire community. The setting '
following discovery of loss as the is in up-state New York in e'
article may have been found and 1868. In contrast to Miss Cald-
turned in. well's book, there is a delightful a;
:?tews cird-Vieuus f rnrnstnth story of love and marriage by Ma- '
ICommercial rian Castle. In DEBORAH she ',:
tells of a girl from the Dakota j
prairies. There is humor and
I BulletinBulletins pathos in Edward McSorley's OUR ;
OWN KIND, the brave struggle ,
Chaplain E. W. Andrews will lir accepted until! apace of a grandfather to give his or- 1
has been filled *;.xt. 11230.
phaned grandson the things he
"Deeds, not creeds," was the cry in the FOR SALE himself had missed in life.
Equity In '40 Oldsmobile door sedan,
"Town broadcast few weeks
Meeting" a ago. good condition. C. L. Swisher, Hangar PANAMA PASSAGE by Don-
And the Star Spangled Banner in tri- In fact, this cry is heard again and again 2-bedroom 117, Ext. 238. ald Barr Chinsey has plenty of
umph shall wave from the people, as they criticize religionand ; Victor suites\lctrola spring and and records mattresses ; end- intrigue and adventure; the hero is
tables and rug. Mr. Lesser, 4247 St. a young engineer in Panama dur-
the that to believe in i
O'er the land of the free and the home of people profess Johns Ave ing the building of the canal. The
God. They point to the sad state of affairsin Officer' uniforms khaki shirts 153i Pacific Northwest
the brave.Tomorrow and the people
35; grey shirt, 15-3-1 6 khaki 1 'pants,
the world and ask: "Is this what 2,000 ; grey pants. 34-3J.; 3 khaki who made the Grand Coulee Dam
of preaching and praying has blouses, 39; 4 khaki overseas caps are described by Nard Jones in
is Flag years accom- 7 14. Lt. Duct, 2756 Bay'lew A\e.. STILL
Day. plished in the world?" They would tell us Tel. 2-ol19.: TO THE WEST.
1 Singer sewing machine, treadle model Guy Gilpatric's FLYING
Throughout the United States and its ter- I to put the Golden Rule into practice and we baby carriage; bassinette; chest- STORIES present a dramatic his-

ritories, and wherever Americans are sta- would be a lot further advanced. of spring.drawers 3J05A: ; Blair new St.mattress, Dewey, Park box, tory of flying for the past forty

tioned overseas, the Stars and Stripes will It is acknowledged that we should have Officer's after 430.:Palm Beach blues size 39, years. ------
had greater results from the twenty cen- lieutenant stripes, top quality gold
be proudly displayed from homes and fac- like new, worn only twice.I Lt Frazier :
turies of Christian teachings. But the fault Eat 217 or 216. QSERVICE
tories, from office buildings and stores. hardly lies with the creeds of Christianity.The 1 Riddle wardrobe Tel.trunk 24>359, good, condition. Lt FATHER'S DAY

Proudly really means just that. And .there cause really lies with our failure to know 2-bedroom furnished house, practically
new, will be available about June 22. 1
is every right for pride. Under the red, our creeds, our failure to know what we I (Lakeshore area), Lt. Comdr. WoodI A special service honoring '
do believe. I ard Tel. 2-3544. the 1'
truly usually forgotten head of
white, and blue banner this country has True-tone combination radio record the
Deeds out of our creeds-we live in player, single record player $35. Sgt, family, Father, will be held '
gone forward from humble beginnings as grow Major? Alini, 4002D Dewey Park, Ext. at AU Saints' Chapel at 1045 ,
accordance with our beliefs. We live a cer- Sunday morning.All 1
a few loosely-jointed colonies of the British One 28" lady's bicycle; one side-arm
tain way because we believe that is the right hot water gas heater. Jel.; 2-1003 or hands, and Dads if possIble .
crown to the greatest free republic and way to live. We do certain things becausewe Eat'425. are invited to attend this

democratic nation on earth. believe it is the right thing to do. Take 1 15' Jewel,rlst practically watch Gruen new. Miss\eri-thln Harris ance.special Fathers' Day observ- .;

Old Glory was at Valley Forge freezing away the beliefs (creed) and we do not know Radio-, Ext.phonograph 8481. 7-tube ll\eitone. -

with the Continental Army of George Wash what to do. What we really need is a more good condition 1317B new tubes. Chief 4
Prince Randolph St.,,
NAS
ington. She floated overhead as Cornwallis careful study of our creeds, making them our Ext. 8943 mAl
1 (
surrendered at Yorktown and the United own beliefs, and then let God into our heartsto FOIL RENT St"atJoe-n

States emerged a free and independent give us the strength to live by our faith 1 Logjlns room. with,I 2056 kitchen Delwood privileges A\e. Mrs. tbs el.f. IUrmlnham r 1

country. She rode with Stephen Decatur which will express itself in good deeds. WANTEDRide Road and Muslin Atnu

into the harbor of Tripoli, and rippled in leaving to Mass., will share a Mlss nDenll@lI.Mary- 0730- Holy Communion Prot.ltanl- Chaplain B. :j,

the breeze as Andy Jackson turned back She saw our forces emerge victorious in Mullin srsyr LGilbert..

the Redcoats at New Orleans. She inspired World War I, and was planted atop Mt. Late model, will pay automobile cash Lt.In good Schiefeleln condition 30-NATTC W. Andre*Service i. Chaplain E.

Francis Scott Key to write his immortal Surabachi on bloody Iwo Jima in World A Bldg ride from 169, Ext Southslde 423. Atlantic Blvd. 1045-*Divine Lea Albert.Service Chaplain Franel a

poem, The Star Spangled Banner, as she War II. She waved her proudest when she and work Dewey at 6:30: Place a.m. Knoebel one way Ext.), start 634. I81S+"-Th.""/-Small Young Chnpel.People's Vesper W '

withstood the British bombardment +of looked down on that historic scene on the Automobile In good condition, win pay Divlnt Services for Colored PtrMnntI:
Fort McHenry. She was at the Alamo with deck of the USS Missouri the cash Comdr. Slntlc I Ext. 226 or 3JO, HJO-Chaplain Building 804 .
as Japs sur. A ride to Chicago, June 15 or 16, will B. C.: Gilbert.
Davey Crockett and Sam Houston. She rendered.It's share expenses Ext. 274. Sundsy Schools Small Chsiwi' ,
2, 3 or 4-room furnished apartment 0930-lhnl'lai: n. C. Gilbert
watched sadly as the country was torn true Old Glory has changed in (Riverside\ or Avondale), permanent ('atholl.. '
ap- :
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Edith 0700 .
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Fitzgerald Tel 7-8222 after 5 ,. '
asunder by civil and sailed with Farra- >
war ,
pearance many times over the years, but P rn. ODOO-Ma s.
gut as he shouted, "Damn the torpedoes, the same spirit that moved the people by Two-wheeled MISCELLANEOUS luggage 1100 1700Ram--Mam.. 1
trailer with
full speed ahead. sight of her has gone unchanged. No mat- bumper hitch may be used by Navy ..?. Christian Science' Service
She moved westward as the railroads ter what time may bring in the way of land personnel Rd. Lt. Powell 1127 Cumber' An -Outdoor bundajri Nursery Small Chapel.for small chil
Will the sailor ho accepted a ride dren U maintained between C900
their tracks further
pushed ever toward additional changes as the country goes on the blue Pacific, and was trampled under- to greater heights, the Flag will ever re- taurant In a '39 Chevrolet sedan, two- Week-day. .Religious 8Tlc
tone, and lost J.wl.h Religious
set of Service and
a ,
keys
foot at Little Big Horn during Custer's last main to Americans the symbol of freedom, telephone 2-8692 so that I they may pleas be Fellowship lUar
stand. She went down with the Maine in returned. 1800- Friday In the Small Chapel. "
unity, and justice. And whenever she passes TRADE Latter Ir Saints Service
Havana Harbor and climbed San Juan Hill : by, Americans will feel that catch in '41 Chrysler 6yHnder., 4-door sedan 1000 Small-Wednesday-Cbniwl..Mutual Meeting in

with Teddy Roosevelt. She flew from the their throats, that pounding of the heart, for a. Pontiac J. a:. Ladd kyllnder Shop 1219 black 10. Can torpedo 1MO Y ant Men' Bible Clan

mast as Dewey steamed into Manila Bay.. and that surge of patriotic 'pride., icpnnttt.be seen> at 5281.Lynn wood Ave., We I r-+.Thurwlay Cnylor., in small Chapel. =-E.I Iw.


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,, CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES SOUGHT


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J Inspectors FOR ALASKA, MARIANAS AREAThe


elen C. Iiurnett Navy's Bureau of Yards and Docks is seeking both

Sara E.and VernerLt. male and female civilian personnel for work in Alaska and

Comdr. the Marianas Islands area of the Pacific in connection withan
Dexter D. Butter-
field, former Inspection Officer, extensive building and maintenance program.

3 has been detached and has .re- Skilled artisans and supervisors, as well as clerical, professional -
I turned to life as a civilian. and sub-professional men are required in the

Patricia Askew, the former Patricia Marianas area, while In Alaska,
Moriarty, has returned to there is a critical need for artisansand
her duties in the main Inspection i1SUPPL'I mechanics.
ti Office after a month's vacation. 2 yI Both men and women are neededto
While on leave, "Pat" not only fill positions with the Land and
changed her name, but learned the Ci} SflUlES Claim Commission in Guam. This
art of good housekeeping as well. group includes attorneys, land acquisition -

Congratulations, Roy! 0- .. specialists, sutvey men,
We didn't know that WilliamH. land appraisors, law clerks, steno- ,
Hood of Supply Inspection was graphers, and clerk typists.
such a golf player until we read tt These positions are only opento
in a local paper about him being By Clara E. Speer single men and women Lecause

J the top winner in a local golf By the way, how about "whoop of lack of suitable quartets for
match. Congratulations, Mr. Hood! ing up" a Supply Department softball couples. The minimum age requirement -
If you should meet John Finenco or baseball team? With all for women is 21.
and he appears to be looking for our returned veterans, there is All of these positions! reQuire the
t something! a house, and he'll plenty of talent in Supply for such signing of one year contracts at
.... rent it or purchase it. For weeks teams, and with a little help it basic salaries ranging from $2130to
now he has exhausted every effort I should go over big. We understandthe $0475 per year.
I FOOD INSPECTIONALL without results. Better luck soon, boys are all for the idea! Comeon Applicants should write, stating
Mr. Finenco, and don't believe you ball players, let's get organized their complete qualifications, to
those tall tales about these Florida All interested parties see the following addresses: for posi-

I FOOD PURCHASED umbrella trees making good John Colvin of Purchase! Group tions in Alaska, address Commander -
by shelter. It rains here, sometimes, few Supplyites took advantage Naval Shipyard, Puget Sound,
the Navy for consumption at you know. Quite a of the Memorial Day holi- Bremerton, Wash., attention Boardof
Civil Service Examiners for
naval activities in this area is Mrs. Velma L. Fesperman of the day and the chance to be off 31 labor and clerical ;
in the
:j Aircraft Overhaul Division has May and went "tripping" and did positions
Marianas, address Commander
carefully Inspected before ac- been on a vacation at her homein other interesting things. Our ,
Naval Shipyard Mare Island, Cal.,
cepted. In the accompany photos Neptune Beach. Her parents Chief Clerk, Mr. Gorsuch, tops the attention Board of Civil Service .
from North Carolina have been list 'oy heading for his old habi-
Joseph Peters, food Inspector visiting her.Albert tat, Charleston, S. C. Billie Examiners; for professional and
sub-professional in the
for the Department of Agriculture L. Fowler says it cost Cox (Personnel) took to the air Marianas address positions Commander
,
him $1 to find out that you CAN'T both ways on a trip to Philadel- ,
is shown as he checks, in truck Mare Island. Cal.; and for posi-
r tNothing's park a zone downtowneven phia and Washington, D, C., where
tions with the Land and Claims
and grades a newly arrived food tho' he parked a truck in the she visited her sisters at Wash- Commission, address Chief of the
zone! D. C. and Arlington, Va.
ington, ,
Bureau of Yards and Docks Washington
shipment. (Top photo) Check- The ,
attractive little miss, or Shirley Collier (Contract) ful-
25, D. C., attention A3.
ing a sack of onions in a pro- rather Mrs, whom you see scoot- filled a long desire to visit Nell ----
ing along on the scooter to and Gardiner in Fountain, N. C., and
duce shipment. (At the left) from our various Inspection of- had a wonderful time. We all remember A&RNews

Candling a crate of eggs to de- fices, is the latest addition to our and love "Our Nell," for-
department. She Is Mrs. J, L. merly Assistant Supervisor of the
termine quality and condition. Robbins, (Bernice to us). We ex- Contract Section. We wish she Engineering-by L. Do'ett-Bob
Lindquist has returned from his.
tend a hearty welcome, Bernice, would come to visit us! Leora leave in
the state of Washington.He .
and hope ;you will enjoy workingwith Canfield (Stock Control) visited
s I said he hated to leave such a
.
us.Emil her mother in St. Petersburg. nice
climate there and
sunny comeback
Rotten Here Ruhnke, S2c, messengerfor Betty Lotz (Issue) enjoyed the I to all the rain down beret
the Inspection Department, week-end at Mt. Dora, which Is
will leave 7 June for a 36-day va- one of the beauty spots of Florida. Marjorie Hess has resigned because -
Food cation. He will visit his home in I Ma- her husband Fred, was dis-
Inspector Checks All All personnel from above the charged from the Navy They are
Wrenshall
Minn. (Such a long son and Dixon Line should en- to Dallas
w going where
Texas
they
way off, Ruhnke). We hope you deavor to include Mt. Dora in their

t. For Local Naval Activities will vacation enjoy, and every return minute with of a lot your of program leaving the of state.sightseeing before air will line.both (work They for said a "we commercial hope".)

wim" and "wiggor" from the Harlowe Sutler draftsman, always -

In these hot summer months, how would you like a job "Wide Open Spaces." ing Margaret) went to Morehead her home in(Account-Blounts- talks about his garden and

that keeps you in a nice icy refrigerator the greater part ofj Final R. H.Assembly Patterson, has, been Inspector out the In town. She reports a great time, ana millions gladiolas of gardenias, but we haven't, marigolds seen,
but almost suffered a major casualty
the day? past two days with an injured him bring any to the office.

j Joseph Peters has just that. lie spends most of his knee. We surely hope you will the bus.in Who the loss hid them of her, Margaret shoes on? Administration and Personnelby -

time in the cold storage rooms during the course of, his work soon be able to be back with us, . Amelia Bullock (Follow-Up) M. B. Wood-Mrs. Helen Hyder
as food inspector for the Navy here. Mr. Patterson. I enjoyed her holiday at Jacksonville has resigned from her position to
Warren G.. Williams InRnwtnr Join her husband, Lt. Morie Hy-
Beach visiting fiiends. .
All meats, fresh fruits and -
vegetables
i" in the Electric Shop has been out der, at Banana River. Mary
coming to the station must to make an adjustment. Beforethe Mary Watson (Issue) spent the Ruby
food sick three days with an infected resigned yesterday to make her
first be Inspected by Peters before war, when was not scarce week-end moving in to her new
He also food was returned to the vendor throat. We wish you a speedy home on the Southside. Lucky home in Marietta, Pa.
l
they accepted.
are
examines to determine and new shipments 'made. recovery, Mr. Williams. girl!' Nancy Jones, secretary to Mr.
products We are sorry that Mrs. Eleanor Quina, will marry Ens. Alan Dale
:, the grade where they haven't been Peters has been with the Depart- Peggy Bryant (Shipping) spent ,
Adams
has been out the past three englneer!!lg division, tomorrow.
ment of Agriculture since he grad- several with her folks in
previously graded. days
days sick. We do
Assembly
hope you'll be and Repair bad been
The Job of food inspector Isn't uated from Herricks University in back soon, Eleanor. Georgia, enjoying fried chicken all agog the early part of the
Just a matter of lounging, aroundin Fall River, Mass. Incidentally, the "We offer you both congratula- and everything else good to eat. week awaiting the arrival of the
a cool place, and that big re- division he works for is called Pro- ;ions"-is being sung this weekto Edna Brunson (Follow-Up) new A & R officer, Captain Brax-
frigerator becomes so uncomfort- duction and Marketing Service. Mr. and Mrs Don E. George. said her husband must have been ton Rhodes, who replaced Captain
ably cold after awhile that PetersIs Before his arrival at NAS over "Chief" and Lucille Gordy were cake hungry, as he threatened to Malcolm Cloukey ;yesterday.
back five ago, the inspector trav- her unless she made ,
glad to get a chance to get years married "divorce"
Saturday 1 June
night, at
out in the warm sun. eled all over the eastern seaboard the home of Lucille's him some cake. Even though shehadn't spending her time
aunt, in spare making
this kind of work. This is
An expert in his field, Peters doing North Jacksonville Everyone in baked any since before the graduation clothes for her sister,
i tell whether food Is good with his first experience living in the the department wishes you both war, get busy she did and made Clarice, who graduated from An-
4i lost just a cursory glance. But South and he. doesn't like the heatat the best of luck and every happi- two: upside down pineapple cakes. drew Jackson High School last
tests he makes are far more all. They were delicious and all is well week. Incidentally, Mary Ann is
penetrating. Although food Inspecting is his ness.Chief Murphy, ACOM, was approached in the Brunson household. Vir- not only an accomplished seam
Peters that hedoesn't
Smoked hams are unwrapped business, swears for any news concerning ginia Shaw (Follow-Up) ruefully stress, but is a very good knitter,
the meat his wife
i and then pierced by a tempered inspect Inspection personnel in the Ord- reports that she spent her holidays artist, and hair stylist
.
home for
steel blade which retains the smell brings supper."She's nance Division. "What person- playing nursemaid to her automo- Margaret Simkins (Receiver's)
;I of the meat. These tests are made I heard me talk so much nel" ? asked Chief Murphy. "I'm bile. Incidentally, Beulah Wise !Is a very happy person these days.
'r in four places on the ham. The about food inspection" she's pretty IT-the only inspector in the Ord- (Administrative) has acquired a Her daughter, Sally graduated
good at it herself, he said. "Rarely brand new Ford. from Lee
front
meat Is penetrated along the nance Division. That's what is High School last week.
and back bones, in the meaty partof does she Isn't ever in bring A-l home condition.any-" generally known as a one-man job. Fishing News: Page Diogenes! Another daughter, Peggy, came
the ham, and finally the mar- thing that You are doing a good job, chief, An honest girl has been found in home for the holidays; from FSCW,
..... row of both bones is checked. even though you are alone. Maybe Grace Greene (Accounting). She Tallahassee. Last but not least,
Good beef can readily be seen INSIDE relief will come soon! went fishing recently and returned she received a long distance phone
by the color, says expert Peters. Inspectors in the Aircraft Overhaul without the usual fish story. She call from her son in Oakland, Cal.,
If It Is light in color, of good con Group welcome a new mem- admits they caught only small an officer in the Navy, who has
formation, and well finished with PUBLIC WORKSThere's ler from another Division Gladys fish and crabs. Not so with been serving at Saipan. The glad
, fat, it is a good grade of beef. The Goodin was transferred from Engine Remer Y. Touchton (Shipping) tidings-he is on his way home!II
same holds true of other meats at least one veteran in Overhaul Inspection to takeover He claims a most successful fishIng I Ah yes, it was indeed a big weekat
r that must be Inspected. Chickens the department who knows whatto duties as inspector in the trip down Daytona Beach way the Simkins home,
may vary a little in color depend- do about the housing shortage. Paint Shop. and that none got away! The Concerning shut-ins: Marie I
ing on the feed they had. but they, Hershell Lee (Personnel) boughta meat shortage isn't worrying Anna ninety Accounting; suffered a
too, should be pale in color. Some lot in the Southside, and he and about the wonderful vacations different Faircloth (Public Voucher). A ruptured appendix and was rushedto
times chickens have freeze burns. his wife are building their own employees are enjoying.Mrs. catch of six black bass by her St. Vincent's Hospital. We are
These chickens tend to"be a straw house-from laying the founda- Spears (Maintenance) has husband weighing over 12 poundsIn all hoping she gets over the operation
for and are often pock-marked. tion to hanging the doors. Mr. just returned from a trip to the Lake Crescent solved her prob- successfully. Accounting -
ere is nothing wrong with them, Lee says it's slow work, but they I mountains, and Mary Newell (secretary lem. Lillian Harper (Follow- was glad to welcome back
ut they may be slightly dry, and hope to move in by fall. to Captain Johnson) made Up) went fishing at Crescent City, 'Betty Henderson after a three-
; some of the flavor is lacking. The Contract Section is also un- her first trip to Miami last week- but neglected to mention the number week illness. Purchase was

i All shipments of food are spot dertaking something'new.. Lt. end.Mr. slipping from her hook. happy to have back Kathleen Jones,
checked. Since Peters is the only Comdr Jung is teaching dna De- R. M. Garth received word Betty Myers (Receiver's Section) and Receiver's Section, Jean Bev-
food inspector on the station, it Witt and Ethel Huffman the ins last week that his son is returnIng and her husband, Bobby, were accosted erly, who have also been "sick-a-
i would be impossible for him to and outs of fingerprinting Comdr. home after two years in Europe by the game warden and bed" ladies. Dorothy Freelan i*
check every single Item in a ship- Jung proudly tells anyone inter- "Dick" is planning to enter asked to show their fishing li- such an indefatigable worker that .
ment. He has had to check as ested that his pupils are becoming Duke University in the fall and censes. Betty, unable to producea Inspection[ Report Section said
J many as 300,000 to 500,000 poundsof experts. continue his pre-medical course. license, told the warden with a they really missed her when she
meat in a week, and that is a We were all deeply sorry to hearof Some of the older employees sweet smile, "I'm only holding the was out ill recently.'. No, it was
, full time job. If he is not satisfied the death of Mr. Dockrell'a fa- will remember Brookie West and fishing pole for my husband." not the mumps that Essie Wilkes
\ with the quality of the shipment, ther last week, and also of the will be interested to hear that she Graduating exercises are claimIng (Public Voucher) had recently-
) he will examine as much as 10 percent death of Lecy Denmark's grand- has a new baby girl. And those a lot of attention lately. The just| a bad toothache.
i I". of it. mother, and extend our sympathyto who remember Mrs. Shanahan son of Irene Halbrook (Purchase) Maude Soderquest (Yard De-
i When food, Is rejected, Comdr. both of them. (former correspondent for this department graduated in Tampa from Junior livery) has resigned and will be
Jefferson J. Duke, Commissary The Maintenance Section is hap- ) will be glad to hear High School. Mary Anne Free- missed by all who know her. ,
Officer, Is notified. Comdr Duke py to have Mr. Griffin back.. after that Design Section has bad a! letter Ian (Receiver's) can breathe a Virginia Bently (Follow-Up) i*
informs the Navy Market Officeof hIM trip' to the hospital-he really from her saying that she la sigh of relief now and devote more back from her vacation and say
the rejection and they in turn I' looks better than ever. quite happy and content, In her time to her favorite hobby of it rained in the North all the tim
each the vendor, where they try Every week reports come In new Job in Philadelphia horseback riding. She has been she was away.
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I r By Conidr. K. I". IWIHt
The AvFun School'smokers have

MOVIE SCHEDULE: proved so popular that we intend
to hold one this week to which all

WflTTC I hands ate invited. Let's see if
j there are any classy fighters from
slums DULY .\r INN), 1710. ZUllO the rest of the Center.

I IK \IIIIII..lun I1'if .. I This week and every Monday.
Tuesday and Wednesday for two
, TllUn u.\"-SHE WROTE THE BOOK, Joan Davis and Jack months the newly graduated Naval
Oakte
, Academy class of ensigns will be
MUD.\Y-Movie at 1400 STOLEN LIFE with Bl'tteDavis and touring NATTC as part of their
Glen Ford. SOUTH SEA ISLAND DANCE with Separation Center Aviation Indoctrination Course. It'

Orch&itia 2000 to 2400 is our job to 'show them the place
S.Tt'IU.STOLEN LIFE with Bette Davis and Glen Ford. of Technical Training in Naval
MM(>.\\'-THC WALLS CAME TUMBLING DOWN Lee Bowman Aviation and I want all hands to

Mugueiite. Chapman. be alert to help out In this aim
!MM\1( .\M: 'rt'KM),\\'-J\NIK GETS: MARRIED with Joan whenever they can.

LeslM and Robert Hutton In spite of the promise in the
%VM M;s .\\'-SHE WOLF OF LONDON Sara Haden and Jack w'>'__ article about our new beer gsnJt
Lockliut. Tilt niSTINflUISHM) Fly in last week's there '
paper t
111l11. : : U\RENDEZVOUS 24, Marie Palmei and William Gar- I ing Cross and Gold Star in lieu lot of work to be done to get 1
of second award, the Air Medal
&gan We
Viape. hope that It willa
and Gold Stars in lieu of the
ready in the time but
specified
second, third and fourth AirMedals
; YELLOW WATER there Is only one way to do it and
I with a temporary cita- that is for the
l' Mon' through Fri. 1900. Sat and Sun. 1400 and 20OOTlll'KM tion for Cold! Stars up to and I really turn to.working This parties combine to!

! ).U'-No Show. including the seventh Air Medal, beer hall and recreation area a not
. IKIDWM J>.VI'MM).\\-THE STRANGER, starring Edw. Is the imposing array of awards I I something "they" will
for
put up
presented to 1st Lt. Elmo W.
I C. Ribuuon and Loretta Young. '
your use. It Is
I something we air-
SUM: ).\'\'-SHE WROTE THE BOOK with Joan Davis and Jack t riesz: USMCR top last Fridayin selves ate making with very little
the Captain's office
Oakli
MONDAY: AM lUhxl U.\\'-STOLEN LIFE: starring Betty Captain Ford N Taylor, Commanding I So in the let's way put cf it equipment over. to go on

Davis 'and Glenn FoldWHINKMJVY made the presentationsto
: '-THE WALLS CAME TUMBLING DOWN, with Lt. riesz who has just com- -

Lee B.>wman and Marguerite Chapman pleted the Advanced Aviation
Till'Rs\\-No ShowTHINGS Ordnanceman's School here at
NATTC before being transferredto
\fp Cherry Point. ,
TO DO-ABOARD
.
. The much awarded Marine

i' MOOKI AIRPLANE CLUB (NATTC Alrdales Meets Saturday from Salisbury Missouri, received !

.' morning at 1030 in Auditorium Bldg. .these. citations. in.. the-- .name-
ll\ll.KOOM: I\NCK: CI.ASS.Every Monday and Wednesday at of the I'resiaent of the united States for extraordinary achievement I. W
i. the Hostess House Beginners class 1900 to 2000 Advanced class, and meritorious acts while participating in aerial flight in the Phil
2\)()) tJ 21 DO. ippine Islands and Okinawa during the period from :ii! January to
No other personnel will be admitted to the Hostess House between 12 August 1? 15 Lt Frlesz completed forty-five missions which were PROFILES
these houi*. flown In an active combat area where enemy anti-aircraft lire or

M\IMMIMi: --Pool No Recreation for WAVES, WAVE Ofn- enemy airborne opposition was expected and on one or more of
cars, Couples. Family Groups---Children must be accompanied by parent these missions such enemy opposition was encountered NATTC has a chief that ;says
"I'd "
*. Monday through Saturday 0900 to 2100 Sunday 1230 to 2100. I rather fight than eat!
Pool No 2For Male Persoryiel only-Enlisted and Officers. Monday JOSEPH WILBUR LOWE WINS AIR MEDAL The statement Is old and. trite,
I' but
slillSappiopriate
through Friday; 0900 to 1100 1200 to 1100 1500 to 1600 and 1700t For meritorious achievement while participating In aerial in the case
of AI
) ilOO Saturday 0900 to 2100 Sunday 1230 to 2100. I flight as Aircrewman of a Patrol Bomber attached to Patrol Squadron Sinibaldi CSpA
(OU" --StatIOn Course. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to all 84 in action against enemy German submarines during convoy After spending the first six,.;
sonnel' Clubs available at Gear Locker in Southside of NATTC coverage in North Atlantic Waters from November 1, 1912 to June years of his life in Berlin, N. H.,
torium. Monday through Saturday-1000-1700: Sunday-1030 to r-I 1. 1913" is the way the citation reads for W. J. Lowe ACOM: Ships Sinibaldi went with his parents to
BOWLING( Six Alleys behind Ships Service available to all Company. "Cool and determined despite the hazards of heavy snow Italy. After he completed high

sonnel Monday: through Saturday 1130 to 2130 Closed Sunday. Free squalls, blizzards, icing and low visibility commonly prevailing school they returned to the USA,
bowling it you set your own pins. lOc a line for pin boys. I throughout the treacherous area of the North Atlantic, Lowe ren- Of his ten years spent in Italy,
Ml'*H' Anyone interested in joining the newly organized band, dered gallant service to his pilot in conducting numerous day and Sinibaldi says, "I was there to see
contact Randals at Barracks 13. night anti-submarine and convoy coverage missions over a far Hung Mussolini ilse to power, and the
liSMs: Racquets and balls available at Physical Training Bldg., : and dangerous territory" happiest day of my life was when
513. "By his expert technical skill and eftkient co-operation, Lowe we sailed for America"
liovri-ss. : HOlbh-Open daily 1500 to 2100 Saturday and Sunday contributed materially to the protection of valuable convoys and to Sinibaldi's first ring appearance
110'J ti, 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests. the effective reduction of enemy U-boat activities in this vital area dates back to 1937, when he sail,
>.\l"IL' LIBRARY -Located in Auditorium Open Monday through I His courage and unwavering devotion to duty were in keeping with 'sure" to a New' t

Kndiy u'i.,0 to 2100: Saturday and Sunday-1230 to 2100 the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service" Lowe is ,
ATIII.r:'IK Department Bldg. 513 -- -.. -
I who needed a
IIOHKl !SIIOP' || Open nightly from 1900, to.2130. Saturday and I fighter to fill !
SunJj, ) afternoon from 1400 to 2130. Instructors will be on duty : In. I O
when the: shop is open Shop has leather craft model airplanes andJleIClgIH.i.
( : I South Sea Island DanceTo My only experience j
:sol"I U.\1.1.- Games in the Intramural Softball League are played prior
every weok-dav night beginning at 1700. i to this time." .
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Be Held Friday Night the short and ,
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE I stocky Italian
explained, "was J
JAt'KSONILLS UK\CIIKs-Buses: I leave at frequent intervals -
June 14 it
This Friday night. toughing with i
from Union Bu Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathing ., u
Recreation Room I from 2000) to 2100 the Dance I the boys in theneighboihood .- ," rt
and otliet recreation at one of world's finest ocean breaches Bus
both
here and in
fare 2'5>-. Committee and the Welfare Italy." Until 1934 he competedin
N\\\ I01'1UIS'. : HOslhss HOIM.: : 101 East Church Street. Ready To OpenIn Department have planned amateur contests and rated 14
U>t) (',:STtICS. at 122 West Forsyth Street; 311 West Duval something different from the straight knock-outs before turniow
Street USO WOMENS[ DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. Galley No 2 professional. I l
IANOMMJ: = : I islllNO, AM: BOATING: Cedar River on San usual dance They have added a In various New York
The recreation rooms at NAT1Care little of the romantic tropics com- I aretl
Juan avenue. Take Lake Shore Boa three blocks from last stop on St'mi.flnals followed. .
San Juan Row Boatstwo hours, SOc; canoes -$1.00 per hour; motorboats ready to open any day now. I plate with Leis for the gals rum- 'I and After owning
.S200 per hour live to eight people per boat. 'i'I Three pool tables are already set I bas, a conga line. music by the Bristol operating a gymnasium in
R. I.
I No. 2 with 7 more Senders vocals the well l. the Champ of New
IIOH tIU: ( K HIDING MAGNOLIA AND HYDE PARK STA- up in Galley Sep by I
There will be at 'known "Three Feathers" and England, light heavyweight, Joinedthe
BLKb Both located out San Juan Avenue Facilities available for Hay expected soon a in March
Rides least six Ping pong tables on the 1 hula dance by the Hubba Hubba I Navy 19 12.

--- --- --- other side with card tables and a I Hula gal in the person of Millie Sinibaldi was boxing instructor
'DiJly, what is a bachelor" comfortable lounge. I Christ from Jacksonville, Florida aboard the USS Wyoming and was

"A hacheloi, my boy, is a man New Red Cross The hours have been announced: j John Chick Welfare, jvill be the at the Naval Air Station In Cubawhen
I he
wU.> dtJnt have a car when hewas From the end of the working dayor IM.i C. NATTC extends a special light polished off the Cuban.

younj:' Man At NATTC Saturday 1000 to Sunday taps weekly and, holidays and on I I invitation civilian to all woikers WAVES on andwomen the Proenza heavyweight for that title.king His, Pedro next I'

They laughed Wiien 1 stepped up from 1300 to taps. The rooms will Base, and USO gain from N C. duty was with the Sub Chaser'Training
to throw a grenade, but when it I NATTC: has a new Red Cross I be under the supervision of a Duty I C S. USO and from the N. C C. Center in Mlanu, then

Jut they exploded j 1 Asst Held Director He is Mr Policeman and the Ofticer of the S-USO Women's Division But I to to NATTC Bainbridge, Maryland, and ort
here In Jacksonville '
Hyman Hertzman who has been Day. I, boys dint forget to bring a date i with :
Along other duties Al lit.
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Sail who had been
the (corpsman with the American I It is expected: that 21 pool tables anyway. boxing instructor In the
Physical
sidetracked: by three telephone I ------- -
Red Cross will be set up in the N A ITC Area, Training Department He Is also
call 'When I have he
): a son s
sln"e"ovember
including the two tables already in of the
to be named Admiral bet I Foodstuffs Made'I charge Smokers given .
going Surplus
1912 and has operating In the Chief's barracks' by the AF students
that will get some action If he served in Florida '
.I .. ever-. geN in the Navy" I and South tables and the which Aviation will be Fundamental ready soon I Available By The Navy Navy The unty Champ( September Is staying and In may the

JAX AIR NEWS I Carolina home town His is ra The cost of this activity will run (SEA; ) Kapi l demob lizatunn stay longer, he 1 isrt't sure yet
1
into high figures and to meet the of Navy personnel alter
'It NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL I'i Cincinnati Ohio. I initial expense and upkeep a V'J Day and dry stores on ships
and he attended
\ IICAIMM; CENTER; the Univer I charge of lOc per hour per cue will returning from the Pac fie male Work SpeededOn
be charged. A* soon as the initial it possible fit' the Navy to declare -
C"I>'IM t turn N. Tuylur. UaNlurnniiin c, airy of Cincinnati I
"I"ii.( expense U made.thl' fee will be a surplus of lftt million Beer GardenThe
" t ('<"'UJI.I.I( !I-I Ki" >H-rt P. HwlM. U'IN.r1t where he : reduced. pound of fool I valued at $25-

Editorial OfftXces: "for NATTC I majored in Sbeing"> tBeatles c l A gear looker will be availablein I 000,000) ) from 1 November 1915 new Beer Garden will be

Section Rooms 137 and 138 I the old MAA Lucky Bag where'I Ii o I April Ul'i;i. open as. soon as possible whetherthe ,
Administration Building 540-A.I' i : prepared to assist ping pong balls and' cauls may be Of the total, '.': illion pounds final woo k Is completed or not,

r1t Tel. Ext. 20* an (iti,,aiiU in family aria money ,, (checked out. I were mad available to U. S. Work will be carried on in the day

/VdvinurB. problem l Mr Hertzman H a No- The hobby shop, now in Wing citizens and i 74 millim' pounlj time to give the garden the fin inning
:\ W. Anlrfw.h.:. It Com.ir ChiC( ), tary Public. No. 1 of Galley 2, will soon be I transferrea for sale to foreign touches
litorArdi
I RMlinun St>(SaM ) Mr. Hertzman replaced Charles available for dependents from not governments In ad,lit on, :M/ million The Garden will be open only to
Nw.w ri t.-r to 16:to weekdays pounds of foot| went to the all enlisted Naval personnel, that
w .rr Ann Sport Dunncll, Si>(XUo Adams wh' has .retire. Army for lU c vilian relief feeding I I means it will be strictly stag except .
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Konoth Knipnri-k Sic Jacksonville swabbie: "For two I programs n Jap and deriiuuy for WAVES at the beginning
r r I'h"I..uph. Then theta was he draftee who pins; I"d park the cat and kissyou .
. Mjdn by Photo l U..Pl.. A , , __ and J. Wire. (Ph.Mi, ? and brought hH wife. alongas Suzy: "Here, take tliese My : Ha hall J Tarzan Byes they Mainslde procedures for operatiot
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evidence. hair will come undone from
anyway. swung limb to limb. of their "Anchorage"

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|fi OVER 95 MPH
WATeRI
Air Roiders Guns Split





J z 1'x 'I In BODOOO River Series



/ NliTTC Cops Second Tilt

Here we are for another week filler Forfeiting Opener

with all the new scoops from With three games being cancelled by rain last week the
about frelnds and
jour
NAGS
Nattcen' Air ]Haiders finally saw action at Banana Hiv r on
ours.!
First comes a challenge Bob Friday and Saturday afternoons.

Rock and his "Slightly Saturated' The.first game was forfeited to Banana liner in the

Water Polo team, an unofficial organization eighth inning because of the removal of three Air Haiders
have offered to take
on all comers. That seems like over no apparent reason.
a good IdeaJn this weather. Rock The Nattcen nine came back to win the second contest

feels It is only fair, however to by a six-three count. Their big inning came in the fourth a

warn. all who mays' be Interested when eight Air Raiders came to the plate. Kasmussen
of has webbed
that ibis/boys
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off -- started the inning off with a single -
feet t" "C9":. .*. V' I
to right and was sacrificc-d to
,thtt'"I bumped into a ,
Nonetof
ACTION PLENTIFULIN I second by Crawford. Glesne was
for Jim Thurber. When
dlCIr""atur A
f I hit by the pitcher and Chadwiok
Bk4 \*bowt 4.,hi* lacerated upper INTRAMURALSCompetition flied out to right. Naulty then
lio'hejc: me forth with the plain tom,
r'ae rapped out a double scoring Rau-
'and idm4 reply that he had hada Intramural
in the mussen and Glesen Coddington
fight, Now that Is unusual Softball Leagues reached a new got on when Roberts booted his

"One Shot" Hooten doing Model Planes I rII high last week as 16 teams saw I grounder Beandon then singled

1 tilth\' and "Dead Eye" Repp :; action. The only league which snarply to left field scoring two
J scattergun guard on the ,' ; vas forced to postpone its games more tallies' Berkes flied out, to
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Shotgun Range Stage the other Break Recordi II vas the Independent League I end the Inning. They also collected -

night any desperadoes that may 1 Wednesday: evening Welfare! I single markers in the swond
have been hiding out In the brush i I Walker broke the Jack- .". edged: past the Storekeepers 12-11 and fifth innings
'wouldn't have stood a chance It sonville record with his model airplane ncppite the fact that Skura Koons Chanly Naulty held the Pelicans

is reported that the boys really ouring the first contest held I banged out homers for the losers. I' hitless for four innings but got

went through the place with a by the NATTC Alrdales Saturday I The win brought the Welfare! team into trouble with the fifth with H

fine tooth comb, looking under flat afternoon. Walker's plane of his out of the cellar and left the stroke of wildness. In that inning
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rocks and In G. I, cans and everywhere own design came through with an Storekeepers in the last slot. 1 the Banana River nine scoredI

unofficial speed of 95.28 MPH Other Ship's Company league' I three runs on one hit, a walk and
Jt seems a half dozen or so which won the new engine donated games found the Mess Cooks extending i three errors. Naulty was then

toys in the personnel office have by Doherty's Model Shop c>f Jacksonville ,,..g their winning streak to 1 lifted from the game: in favor of
fxioled their resources and rentedan 2 tI five games as Terpstra hurled a Bob Pratt, who held Pelicans to
apartment in town. That oughtto J. P TIpton of AKMiA r ) school five hit game at Dispensary! Jim one hit the rest of the contest

be really cozy if nobody snores. won Class A with an ATOM powered McNickle's big bat paced the winners :, The Air Raiders were weakenedby
Communications Training has ship of his own design. He to a 3-0 victory. the absence of three regular

M>t a new quota for this month. I i was awarded a prize of props. I E'I'iCTt'iCEl I In the other game Disbursingand I play rs. Mel Smith Is on leave,
1000(> games of pinochocle is the 1 J Ray Walton and Keith Walker, PT took a narrow 4-3 game Andy Sommers' I is being discharged

1-:0'1.1.: Judging: from the past It president vice-president of the from Maintenance. The winners ; and Duke La Hullic-r was
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looks like they will do It too. Air-dales. are at work on a super collected only five hits but Bob unable to make the trip.

Anyone desiring a few pointers speed plane, predicting speeds up Chisel limited Maintenance to just I NATTC-Jax. AB R H ro A
'to 125 MPH with which they intend i Coddlngton, 2b .. 5 J 0 4 2
in the manly art of self-defense' three bingles. The victory was
I Beardon lb .. ..... 4 0 1 10 V
drop around to the rear of thE"I to enter the "Dixie States"meet the third for the Disbursing and I) Beikes cf ..... .. 5 1 1 1 0
swimming pool' most any weekday I to be held the end of June. PT crew placed them in second Robinson. If ...... 4 0 l' 3 0 ,
and W. M.I I Anyone wishing to join the club place Ship's Rasmust.cn 3b .... ., 4 1 1 2 0
consult
Company
morning among "
( 1'8)\ ford, if .. '..... 2 1 0 1 0I
Carter They say he Is prettyrough and enter these contests is urgedto teams Clesne' c 2 1 1 4 O
on sparring partners contact Walton at the Hobby I In the American League Barracks I Chad w lik"j :::::::: 4 0 2 1 5Nulty.
Shop which flu moved to Ships 18 pounded out a 14-11 decision ,! p .............J 1 1 tI 1
though Prut 11.I p .... ........ 1 0 0) 1 :2
Carl Stoots was in the office a Company Wing of Galley 2. over Barracks 14 for their "

few minutes ago. Looks pretty fourth straight win. The victory I Totals .. ..... ..33 6NAS 8 27 JO
sharp In his new civviesK. left the Barracks IS team all\ alone
-Banana Rl\er' AB R n J'O A
L. Taylor has finally put in 16th FleetDefeats atop the league standings.' Barracks teirlera' I If .. .... ? 3 0 0 0 0
a clay's work. They locked him 13 took a thrilling game 1 VIRUS. 3b .. ,...,., 4 1 0 1 :2Mu. ;
) in the Hobby from Barracks 16 by the of .. ,'f .. .. ....... .E 1 U, s a
to in the office and ,
no speak put score I
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around of the Model Enjjlei if .... 3 0 1 4 0
him on a "work helm<< you po'! NATTC Shop one 8-7. Reeds three bingles paced Newcomber 2b ..... 4 0 0 2 1
plan. Everything turned out fine. Airplanes created from an orig- the winners in the hitting department |I Robert' ss 3
the done In inal design are Ray Walton, and Martin allowed the 1 Jansen Ib :'::::::::: 3 0 1 t 0
job was practically no ( Bob Strub Bucknam and Keith Clmon. c .. ....... 4 0 0 3 0
lime The 16th Fleet Reserve team of losers only five blows. The other LaMarche p ........ 2 t), 0 I 0 I 1Sulltan
That's all for this week boys Green Cove Springs defeated' the Walker Below is Keith Walker contest in the American Leaguesaw p ........ 3 1 0 1 3
leave NATTC Air Raiders on Monday I with his winning plane that Barracks 17 win its second ) - -
to havea
Again us impore you .
I Totals . .. ...
.32 3 2 27 D
balked 95 MPH and the
of j- ; over
: up
heart and drop around to the evening: by a score on the i game of the season on.a forfeit Store b>' Innings::
Welfare Office with any items you local diamond Green Cove took | motor he won as first prize.. from Barracks ]::1. I NATTC-Jax, .. .. .... 010 41(. (10-C.
may run across Until next week advantage of the shaky NAfTCi' ----I|I Barracks 20 took over the top Banana titer ......... 000 tiJ) (KiO-3
defense scoring five runs in the notch in the National
Loop by
I' FIRST (.AM: *:
NATTC Swim Meet first three innings. The Air Raidj j Ways To Secure pasting a 17-11 defeat on Building n HF
ers made a total of ten miscues 461. At the same time Barracks NA1'TC-Ju. ...0I.IOrlO2ro-2 7 3
which put Jensen the starting I 7 was dropping out of first place : Ban Rhf'I-NAS .. 100 010 (11--3 6 1
To Be Held 20 JuneAn
hurler in serious trouble. School as they lost to the cellar dwelling "MOM> <.AM .:
The Air Raiders in turn used High Building 463 club, 12-5. Dunsford Runs; Coddlngton Berkv. Kiifcmusfn -

All-Station NATTC Swim the' wildness of 1'aulos and I'allo I I 1 lashed' out a home run to pace thewinners Mire, Crawford Sullhan., Glegnf, Nautl\RIiSmUf.f.fn YlK".

:Meet will be held 20 June in the who walked nine men to score Barracks 21 racked up (2)), Chndwlck Rohoits Errors: ((2). Clmon.
Indoor Swim Pool. The team to most of their runs! Diploma Clear j their second win by blasting Building Runs butted In : CnddlnKlon. Biaxlon.
represent Jacksonville NATTC will Green Cove Springs collected 465 144. The win Bar Chadwk-k <12)). NaulU <12'. \\it\ir.\ .nl-
put I Ilpf ((2)). Two base hits Naultv, hi,b-
be selected from the winners of safeties from three NATTC I
seven rfl'kl21\ in fourth place while ,
Many states provide a varietyof Inson Erglei Ntctlflre hits Rbln-
this event to attend the Naval Air hurlers, while the Air Raiders collected in which a in ) Bi-ilding 465 sagged to fifth place I lion, Claw>rd. Pratt. Stolen UIMK' :
Training Athletic Conference five off as man)' opposing ways person UII-I due to their third deff'at.INTRAJlI'RAI. '' Coddlngton. Beardon Feirlern Ix>i-
service
tar
'hie
) may qualify plajs: ChartwUk ddlnlltc.n an Swimming Championships at chuckers. !MiKIHAir. I>:A<.II:
high school diploma or Its equivalent ; Roberts. Newcombeand) Jonsen -
Ward' bland Corpus Christ!, Texas Score by Innings: 'rAM>IN<.!.xiBtlrprnrirnt ,
all states at least two Left on bases: ATTC, 7: 1<100-
,
July 25 and 26. Green Cove 101 300 101-7 7 3 provide l.e.a aeN L' ana Rl\rr 9, Hits off Nauliy. 1 In
ways. For examples: Vermonthas L W 4 1-3 Pratt, 1 In 4 J-3 L Mnr he. 3
NATTC 100 300 100( -5 5 30I ; ; <
Barnu'kI
The events will\ be the 100 yard 9 3 0 T-At 1 2//
outlined eight ways through In 3 2-3, Sullivan 5 In A 1-3 H MS
I poulos rallo ((41. Muse (Its{ ), and Barracks 502 1 1 T.EB 0 1
Freestyle, Backstroke Breasti i which veteran on balls off; Nault.\. 6: Platt, 1. U<-
a secure a high T-L1' I
may 1 1 Barracks 2
0 2'
+t he and the 220 yard Freestyle Dichanla.: Jansen Van Duen ((7), J........ Marrhe 3, Struck out bNnully: 2;
school diploma or an equilavencecertificate "lp.\ lbmp..r Pratt 2 Sullivan 2. W'lid N nl-
; pitch '
4fel40 yard Freestyle One meterand Naulty (9 and Berkes' Glesne (7)). (. W L I
A veteran in New York iU>slng pitcher 1.a Mar< ht Time
ft P I I Mess Cooks 0 Dispensary! 2 2 ;
3 meter d\\e Entry g of game; 2.05.ExGI's .
1 has methods from which to
seven PT fIsb.I 21'elfare 1 3Malntenen(1e
blanks can be secured at the Physical Sailor: 'Youok) sweet enough I .
select. A veteran I in Minnesota or ( 3 2 Storekeepers 0
and Military Training Offices to eat'Girl I Maine' choose from six methods Ameriea. l""lltllf'W 51
Bldg. 513. I : "1 do eat: let's go.: ** may L W I May Serve
while one In- New Jersey' has Banacka 18. '0 Barracks 15 2 2
SPLASH T three methods- from which to I Barracks 13 3 1 Barracks 14 1 3 As Stationkccpers
I ISTUDENTS I choose. I Barracks 17 2 2 Barracks 16 0 4
(al ia.al 1..1..f'
i Examples of some of thee methods I j w' L w' L The Naval Air Reserve Training -
I Barracks 20 3 1 Bulldlnf 21 2 2
are: Unit at Cecil Field is now
Barracks 7 3 2
Building 465 2 3
1. By successfully passing the I Building 461 3 2 Building 46.1 1 4 I accepting former member' of
General Educational Development : 1'1I the Army, Marine Corps. CoastGuard

..-- I tests. National Guard or their
ST. SIMONS NIPS reserve components in additionto
2, Credit for basic or boot train-
( naval personnel for activeduty
ing. i AIR RAIDERS 4-2 as stationkeepers. it was'!
I I I 3. Credit for other service announced this week by Lt C. H..

schools. :i i Taking advantage of seven hits Renfro and Lt. (jg W. A. Cul-
I 4. Credit for successfully' completing I' and seven walks the St. Simons bane recruiting officers
correspondence courses Naval Air Station team came Ex-members of the e branchesof '
through the United States Armed I from behind to edge the NATTCAir the armed forces who have

Forces Institute. I Raiders 4.2 in Tuesday's' served six months or more enter

I 5. Credit for time spent In i ba eball game played on the local duty: as seaman first class, with
Naval Service. j i. lot. every opportunity for rapid pro-
motion, they said
6, By successfully' passing subject i| The Raiders started out with a .. .. .-.. -.-- -. --
I examinations in any "particular ;, blast by scoring two runs in the a hit to sew up the game.

subjectin which one may havea first Inning Jim Coddington and|I Big Bill Green and Del Mooneyled
t t sufficient knowledge. II l, Duke LaHullier led off with a pair the winning St. Simons dub
.7 If you are interested in securing I of walks and were advanced by j with two hits each. Little Gene '

jour high school diploma, comein Bill Berkes. Dependable Charley i Smith settled down after an early
to the Educational Services' Office | Robinson, hard hitting leftfielder, wild streak to pitch fine ball.
Bldg. 601, NATTCen for an': drove out a clean' single to send j Leading the Raiders' hitting attack -

Class 17 carried home the bann'E'r with 26 points at: the first or Intt'n'lebout jour particular both runners across the plate.St. were Bill Berkes and Charley

the intt"r-<-lall8 Swim Meets held for the Aviation Fundamental problems Simons scored single tallies 1 Robinson who knocked out five of
School Students. P. Merkl, L. B Rice, E. U roll and K. T. Giebel - II in the first and fifth innings to j the sixth NATTC hits with Berk!!
composed the winning relay team from Class 17 with Poll taking I A young sailor l on a crowded even up the count and went aheadin I getting three of them

first In the Free hand race and GieUl 1 coming In first in Backstroke. I station bus arose tipped his! hat the sixth frame. Bill Green singled Next assignment' for the Raiders -

ClaN 18 was second with 20 point and von th5lyllrdJM-Sdwy: and offered a WAVE his seat. I and was sent to third on Del is the two game series at

Relay with W. J. Wtodside, G. A, Becker G. A. j She was so overcome with suchan Mooney'B! hit. However, Mooneywas Ward Island, Texas this Fridayand
Smith participating. Phall\ won the individual honors in the breaststroke unusual display of politeness thrown out by LaHullier go- Saturday.

race and Smith placed second; in the diving. that she fainted. ing to second. Then Bob Chance Team RifE
C. U McLaughlin, AF 16, placed first In the Diving contest She was" soon! restored to consciousness walked and stole! second to put the St. Simons, .100 012 ()()()--4 7 O

with J. C. Singleton, AF 24, tpking! third honors and upon taking the winning and tying runs in scoring NATTC "'. .200 000 000-2 6 ,,2
The members of the swimming team of Class 17 will be guests: seat, thanked the sailor. position, Catcher Al Spence, of the Smith and Spence; Crawford,

of honor at the next Aviation Fundamental Smoker, j Then he fainted., visitors, promptly cracked out a Van Dusen'! and Glesne, Berkes. '

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! VSB NOW LEADS ARY ON HIS WAY I NAATC Skeet Match




I t INROUNDROBIGOLF TOURNEYThe phNY Set For Ronge Todny




VSB Helldivers took; V All-Day Shoot Started At

over the first place spot in 0900; Six Stations Enter

station round-robin golf
the Jax NAS is the scene of the first-annual NAATC Skeet

tournament last week with a Championships today, as officer and enlisted man teams

total of 13 points, just one from six stations met at the station shotgun range this
than the second
digit ATD better bunch. VSB moved: morning: at 0900 to compete for individual and team cham-
place
into the lead in the second session pionships in an all-day shoot.

? of play with a five-up victory over The stations which sent their five-man squads to the W.
the NAATC officers squad while big match here. are Miami NAS/
ATD, the first round leaders with] Fort Lauderdale ''NAS, 'Banana' ."".'
16 markers, was losing a four- NAS BOWLERS STILL River NAS, ,CecH Field )HAAS,' .
point decision to the NATTC o.ffi-! (officer team only);;:! Sty Simons' .-
cers squad. In third place, after RIDE HIGH IN BIG NAS, and the focal> .Jax: Filers. -
the second round tabulations, was: The bird.busters'ahe tiSO'reyndaapiece ( .
the Malnside Enlisted group with JOURNAL. TOURNEY in the morning:;aftd'another) I I
11 points. 50 rounds in the afternoon and au>
Leading VSB to their win was, T. S. ARV, TilE FLIER first-baseman that relieved Bob Forbesin Three of the NAS bowlers who scoring will be on lOO-Ahot> .at8.':' "
the combination of Lt. W. J. Baron, the first Corpus Christi game last week when Forbes was injured entered the Jacksonville Journa The men will fire from eight dif-
and Lt. S. L. Morton. They won is shown as he rounds first base after knocking a line drive tournament two weeks ago are ferent posts, and judging fr
five points by defeating Smith and down the third base line that drove in a Flier tally. The game was way up in the first division after past Navy skeet matches, th 4
Merritt of NAATC as Baron fired the first for Ary this year, but he is well remembered for his fine 18 games of play. There are but six tion will be fast and the shook: .
a sharp round of 39. Baron, howl playing on the NAS basketball squad. The locals took the opener games to go before the final prize excellent. s -
ever, had to take a back seat to from the Corpvfs nine, 6-1. money round, and the men who Pre-meet favorites to cop the
Ensign Griffin of NATTC in the should be finalists are R. R. Gray, team title was Banana River.
l low-score division, for Griffin had Split With CorpusFLIER W. M Boozer and C. A. McCain. They have a fine marksman in
the best round of the week whenhe Gray leads the local Pin-busters both the officer's and the enlisted
shot a 37. VSB will have to with his 18-game total of 3218 divisions, as Lt. Comdr. Guy Mul-
play their best golf to stay at the NINE TACKLES OTTUMWA which puts him in the "lucky1 ford was the former New Jersey
top of the heap for the remainingthree thirteen spot Boozer is back in all-bore Junior Skeet Champion,
weeks of play as the tour IN LOOP TILT eighteenth place with a 3157, while and Clayton Boardman, Sic is the
ney is loaded with first-rate golf- NPFS TOMORROW McCain is number 24 with a 3050 former National Sub-Junior and
ers and anything can happen in McCain has staged a great rally,, Junior Skeet Champion. Board-
the next 10 flights. FRANK TOURS Sic as he was in 45th place when he man used to be stationed here and
Interest is running so high in Dy started out, and after 12 gameshe was the Fliers' best shot. How-
the big links-fest that two tour- Winding up a two-game series wih the .Camp LeJeune Jumped to 31, and then Jumped ever, just one weak man on any
'. nament days have now been set (N. C.) Marines yesterday, the Flier baseball club meets 7 places to his present 24. The of the teams could lose the match
for the course and golfers are the Ottumwa NPFS nine (better 'known as the Iowa Sea- remaining NAS bowler, W. O.. for their outfit and it will be the
.. forced to tee off at the first, sixth, Steinke, ran into difficulty in his best all-around team that will win
i and eighth holes in order to keep hawks) tomorrow afternoon in a service league clash at first rounds, and now has a total!
the tourney running smoothly. At 1615 on Mason Field. The Seahawks are undefeated in score of 2862, which is good out.The team champions will receive

one point last week, over 70 men Conference play, and a win over the Iowa club would greatly enough for 46th place. There are cups for their efforts, besides a
c were waiting to tee off on the first help the local cause. NAS now 79 alley fans in the tourney, but brassard for each member of the .
hole. after six: more games are con- squad. For the "High Gun" win- '
has a four-one .ecrd in the Con straight and had scored 60 runs:
Saturday, 15 June, a threewayteam them sec- cluded the final round will begin ner in each class a plaque will be
ference, enough to give the seven for an average
match will be held on the standings behind in scraps and only 21 men will be compet- awarded that will stay in the win-
local links between the Flier station ond place in the! NATB. of over eight per game Boozer ners' permanent possession.
team, the Banana River Corpus Christi Ii Showing complete disregard for: finishes his first round Making up the two Flier squadsare
squad and the powerful Naval LeJuene Wins those figures, th locals stepped play tonight at the Springfieldlanes Comdr. Ralph Shifley, Comdr.
Academy Student Officers group. Playing a brand of ball far : the Texas diamond and although and is virtually assured of Theodore Winters Lt. Comdr.
The latter team was the scourgeof wore than that they showed at on competing in the finals. Gray and Fred Bozard, Lt. Paul King, and
the East Coast while at Annapolis Corpus Christi! last Frday': and plagued by bad breaks McCain bowl tomorrow night, Lt. (jg) Frederick Field in the officers -
and they were transferredhere Saturday, the Fliers bowed to they downed Corpus 6.1, behind Gray at Southside and McCain at division, and ACOM Sung
with the Annapolis grads for Camp LeJeur.e Tuesday by a 3-1 the two-ht: hurling Job of Springfield, and both of them ACOM Frazblau, Lawlor, AOM3c,
flight training almost intact. The fount. The first clash bet\ven the converted thiru baseman Ha i should be in the final 24 next Moore, Sic, and Dellinger, Sic, in I
fairway fracas is set to start at two squads shaped up as a pitchingduel Miles. Lt. Comdr. Jim McCach- week the enlisted men's bracket.
1330, but there's a driving contest between Ar* Schmagel ol ren's club got its first tough !
scheduled for 1300, and the course NAS, and B:11 Scmbei of LeJeune. break when starting rhucker WAVES to Meet Corpus
will be secured from that time on. Both twir'ers gav ur only five Pete Tnsley: broke his arm while Flier (letters Lose
All hands are invited to attend the safeties, but Schmagel had poor throwing a knuckleball. finsley Christi Girls SundayThe
match and the driving event. support when seven miscues were had pitched to but one man, striking WAVES varsity softball 2 Men Warren Now
The station team has been altered chalked up for NAS. The Marines him out with: five pitches. squad starts its competition in the ;
slightly by the two recent lad one earned run, that one Hank Miles then took over and City League tonight when they Heads TeamAfter
tournaments and the men that will coming in the fourth frame turned in )i'a sterling perform play the Victory Playground teamat Strong
match Banana River and the Annapolis when left fie'uer Fete Petros ance. The next Fler: to "bite the 1930 on the power plant dia two weeks of idleness the
grads will probably be Lt. banged out a right field circuit dust" was first baseman Bob mond. Last night, the NAS girls Flier netmen tangled with the
J. W. Colter, Comdr. R. J. Pflum, blow. The other two tall:es cameas Forbes. Forbes went after a foul were scheduled to meet the Barbee Camp LeJeune Marines yesterday
Lt. Comdr. O. H. Irrobino Lt. W. a result of Flier errors. ball and crashed into a fence post Motors Club, a team that whip- with the hope of taking their ninth
P. Strouse, ACM D. Sweeney, Split With Corpus after making a great catch. He ped them previously in a practice straight victory A tentative match
Comdr. D. C. Sheedy, Captain The! Fliers traveled to Texas came away from the fence with a game, 87. with the Banana River netters is
W. E. Gentner, and Lt. (jg) W. T. last Thursday to feet the powerful severely cut face. Former eager Next Sunday, 16 June, the scheduled for Saturday, 15: June,
Warren. Corpus Christi outfit on Friday T. S. Ary took over for Forbes WAVES will tangle with the Cor- on the brig courts.Yesterday's .
and Saturday nights in a and did a fine job, getting one pus Christl girls at 1600 on the match with Camp
pair of crucial league t'Its rior single in three trips, and knock power plant for their first clash LeJeune was the last for Jay
VSB 360 Sure Of to their first game with NAS, ing in one run. this year with another WAVE out- Burns, AETM2c, captain of the '46
the NATBees had won seven Singling out an individual star fit. Also announced last week was racketeers and one of the best
First Place Tie in the first Corpus scrap wouldbe the fact that the WAVES would men on the squad. Leonard Warren -
very difficult, but the super play every Wednesday night at the Sic, will be at the helm from
In Softball BRILLIANT BILL lative play of outfielder Hill Municipal Ball Park in town, and now on, and in taking over he stat
LoopPlay
,._ Evans :annot go unmentio.ied. His every Monday at twilight on the ed that "Burns led the team to
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in the Admiral's Trophy circus catches o. almost impossible Murray Hill field."BULLET" an undefeated season this year
softball loop is fast drawing to a hard-hit balls drew the applause and he deserves high praise for his
close and VSB 360 is assured of of the crowd repeatedly, SCHMITZ fine job. I only hope we defe* _
and his work at the plate left littleto our record un-marred by < '
at least a first place tie when the ..
league! winds up its activity this be desired, as the inspired outfielder for the rest of the year."
week. got three ingles in 'our Also leaving the local tennis
The team finished all its games times up, including a two-bagger, : team this week was Ens. Ella-.
and wound up with a record of i scored three runs himself, krock- ,,. worth Donnell, another fine court
eight wins and two losses, while e ed in another tally, and stole a 1 performer.Still .
IATU folows closely with seven M P Jf pair of bases. -n a word, Evans around to make the Fliers
wins and two defeats and only one I was "brilliant". Joe Wentworth a formidable outfit are Bill Smith,
left to play. Should IATUtie Bob McGrath, l* red Young, and Leonard Warren, Bill Pou, Alex
game for first place, it would be the shortstop Chris Christanson a., Stanek, Lou Shenker, and .Calvin:t .,:/
third title they have held in intra- I played heads-up ball for the winners Nelson, while newcomer Lt, Chris**-!,.. .,1I
-it chellis should afld"considerable
mural this Expectedto
sports year. I II '
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finish in third place is VSB 367 The one-hit hurling of Big John : weight to the already. );powerful:
with a record of five wins and Schmitz stood out in the second I netter *#. *. .t'r i ,
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clash, but (believe it or tI:;
three defeats and only two game Corpus :;. t'
to go. not), the NATBees emerged the New Regulations> .s-, For .'
Highlighting the softball in the victors, 21. Corpus got their runs : _
Checking Ol tG.; :
Commandant Cup race will be when they worked one man around thKSJ;
the game between the Hospital after he had been hit by a pitched New regulations f 1'tth..
and Marine nines tonight at 200.:: ball, and scored their other run ing out of athletic gear from both
The two squads are the current on a hit and a charity base. Cor I the Mat Area and Building 726
leaders in the CJmmandant'a pus' top twirler, "Spaghetti" Reg- were announced this week.
League, the hospital on top witha hetti, opposed Schmitz, and he allowed I At the Mat Area gear shack,
9-1 record and the :Marines sec six: well-scattered Flier! bin- equipment' may be checked out
ond with seven wins and one setback gles. Joe Wentworth and Bill Ev- I dally from 1000 to 1130 in
In the preliminary scrap tonight ans were tops at the plate for I mornings arid from 1300 to 1 )
the WAVES varsity will .. ,;> e 1 NAS, Wentworth getting two for In the afternoon. However, in
meet the Victory Playground ,, ., <\. j'.< .; four, and Evans two for three. NAM IIVnLU JOHN cordance with the new regulations,
.... ....& \.. '.. Rudy Stewart got the only extra SCHMITZ: turned in one of the the gear must be returned the
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League at 1900. I j,>>- '. : base blow of the night, when he best performances of the year I same day. Previously, personnel
Lt. Comdr. O. England, directorof : ,;.: .." ...' .' .< hit a center field double in the against Corpus Christ! last Sat- were able to keep the gear they
the softball program here an- ....-..."..,ot";. ..i.-,-,,.... .If_ ._ ..>_. ... ." ninth session. Stewart subsequently urday, when he let theNATBees !checked out indefinitely, although
nounced last Tuesday that "from Pictured above is Bill Evans scored on a single by Went down with but one hit, although the borrowers' I.D. card was turned -
the Fliers dropped a 2.1 in to the shack attendant first.
now on night softball will be played the NAS center fielder that pa- worth,
Tuesday and Thursday trolled the outer garden down at decision. The lanky chucker In Building 726 athletic equipment
nights every, and that, whenever possi- Corpus Christi last week so bril- got in trouble in the first frame may be checked out for a.hreeday
ble, our station teams will be liantly that spectators began to LTA Sky Giants To Fly Seas when he hit two of the enemy period only upon presentation -
matched against the softball call him "rabbit" each time he batters and the Corpus gang of an ID. card, and the
squads in Jacksonville." Another stepped up to the plate. The speed (SEA) Superdirigibles one- worked them around for their building will be open on any working -
added feature in softball was the and poise Evans showed in the third larger than the old German two tallies. Schmitz is one of day from 0800 to 1700. Gear
report that the Naval Academy field at Corpus left little to be Graf Zeppelin ire be:ng plannedfor the finest curve-ball artists seen for tennis, badminton, horseshoes
graduates, here for aviation indoc- desired, and while at the plate he Atlantic and Pacific .ir around the NAB "campus" in basketball, Softball. football,
trination, would field some soft- got five safeties in eight timesup routes. The new giants will carry many moons, and has an im- quash, handball, and volleyball is
ball nines and compete against an impressive number in any 300 passengers and 90 tons pressive number of strikeouts to available for all hands at, both
teams of the two local loops. man's league. of cargo at a 75-mph. speed. his credit. gear rooms.
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