Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1947
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Flier Nine Beat :# All
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Score First Win Of Final Report Shows

Season On Army Day ,':t.,;.. ... ..,'.',- ,..< ...".:...\.:.... ; ".., :.. .-.. -.... ..... .-\:'-:.riJ 54,128.31 CollectedBy
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With Slugging Spree -''''''"' -- '_. Field Director
THE USS TANG wh:.h posted t a proud; Crcra-:;; ain'st the Japs m the Pacific during World War Ii '

By Doug r (Crocket S2c to is Page typical 4 i of the ships of the "Silent Service" being honored tomorrow. I For the saga of the Tang turn I Aviation Training Department -

Playing before General i .---- -----.-- ------- -- - ---- -- -- military personnel were

h (.... Dwight J}. Eisenhower, Chief I the number one contributorsto

F of Staff, on Army Day the ) SubmarineCelebrated Anniversary Will Be the recently concluded

rr;. NAS Flier baseball nine more |I American Red Cross Fund

than made up for its open- Campaign in the military

ing game defeat at the hands Tomorrow bracket while Assembly and
t of the Florida Gators by scoring By Navy Repair civilian employees led

a smashing 6-1 victoiy over th> the way in the civil service
Fort McPherson hotsehiders Monday
jr' in Atlanta. Will Emphasize- Role Of category, it was revealed this

Itti In direct contrast to their apparent Lt. Herider Cards Undersea Craft In World i Station Will Be week in a final report from I

lack of strength in the | Field Director Allen G. Scar- ,I

slugging Gator tilt spree the to Fliers collect went 15 hits on a Low 75 In Officers i War II Victory Scene Of Four 7thN. t brough. Aviation Training's ,,;

including three extra base knocks. Beginning tomorrow the Sub- military contribution was
Ic I Tony Gezzelli. in addition to collecting '; Links Medal PlayWith I marine Service of the Navy will D. Championships $1 nO.07. and A&R's total from

a double and single in fiv> I weather come into its own. Many of thewraps civilians was $720.37.
s, perfect golfing
trips and driving in two runs, eva ihng, the qualifying round of 'I IpI of secrecy which have veiled :NAS:' Jax's Physical Training The Chief Petty Officers' Club _
; : hurled four hit ball and only walked the Officers' Golf Tournament got [ the actions of these denizens'of '' Department headed by Lt. Com r. was second in the military group ,
\ five men throughout the dies off to a flying start Saturday at I the deep during World War II Anthony J, Rublno is in for a busy by virtue of its $150 contribution
,: tance. 0900 with more than 60 linksmen. will be ripped aside so that the time in the next few weeks as four and A&R88 in third place with
The Arymen threatened in the public can understand and important 7th Naval District
taking part.A I appreI $111.87. In the civilian division,
; first two innings but in .he third, ciate the role of undersea I' championships are scheduled here. Public Works second
was with
r they really got going. Gezzeli!i bright sun shone upon the defeating the Japs in the Pacific. | The '
golfers flour a cloudless sky and al! first championship play-offs $3.52.20; while Supply followed with
aided his own cause by poling a slight breeze cooled the air as the II; The occasion for all this subma- to be held will be the bowling 22421.
: long double to deep right center to first trio of golfers teed off in the rine fanfare i ia the observance to- tourney on 18-19 April. This tour. A complete breakdown of the
,: start the inning. He went to thirdon championship bracket. The links ,! morrow of "Submarine Anniver- ney is open to both officers and en- $4.123.31 turned in to the local
y' a passed ball and tallied when were in tip-top condition and the'' sary" in commemoration of the acceptance listed personnel. It will be rolledat Field Director's office here fol-
Nig Allen smashed the first of histhree participants got off some long low in 1900 of the USS Holland )- j I the new officers' bowling all(,,,'s. '. lows:

singles. slashing drives down the newly-)I the first submarine to be I| Then the power-laden fistic sluggers Orga,.-IiUA )tilll." Cifilnta.
Fort Mac in
came back the la't i
groomed fairways. The grounds'had ; placed in service by the Navy Department of the 7th Naval District will!! Seventhet.l: Ui.lriritAs.btant i .
of the fourth, however whenCreengrass '
] been completely worked over get to strut their stuff in the box- Thief or slIlir11111..
.c,. walked stole second i I Finn . 1.11" 3.04
in preparation for the tournament. ( The Chief of Naval Operationshas ing tourney to be held at the NAT- '
and went to third as Morris singled -, '' Thief Clerk'* Office . IS.'.*
and scored the When play had ended for the designated Friday. 11 April. 't TC Auditorium 24-2.5 April. The Director of NII.I Ru.r"
tying run
when Knight grounded out to Al. day medalist honors went to Lt. for this celebration, and the Dir c- :|,'winners!! in this district will meet A Truininz . . 10,00District
: tor of Public Information in Washington ) : the champs of the 8th and 9th Dis- CemmunlcatloniOffice :
len. This was the only bid the D Herider, who carded a low 75 U.tft
Army made for victory as Oezzelli for 18 holes. Not far behind him | has suggested that the en- tricts at Great Lakes! and the District Public Work* .: 1.04: 27.04 .1
were Lt. Robert L. Temme and tire ensuing week be devoted to evictors there will advance to the District i \\ .1 fit r. Ii
held them for i I i I
at bay the rea: of I
i Reerf'litiC1Jffle.\ . 7..8\\9 l.Ov
I William E. Centner who publicizing the exploits of this All-Navy bouts to be staged at
t.- the tilt. Captain 'I Induitrlil Manager . 25.04 4.00( ,
But the Fliers had each tallied low scores of 81. branch of the naval service. San Diego, Calif., the first weekof Operation Logistic . It.Ot 1.00
,m only started. I June. Operations Offlct . 4.00
When Hayes reached second on an The pre-tourney favorite Comdr. Security regulations prohibitedthe Personnel Office , ..2f.
!i i' nn error after two were out in the I Ray Pflum was unable to participate release of much detail on the I NAS Jax matmen will play host , \ ,. . . .
sixth the parade really began. in the tournament becauseof operations of submarines during to other grapplers from the 7th 11.71'

Ken: Werner bashed a long double an illness! at home. the war. It is expected that storieson i Naval District in the wrestling 104.94 )..'e5\
.' to light sending Hayes to third 'I The 48 qualifying golfers were submarine patrols hitherto lock I'I tournament scheduled at Mainside Tom I . .. . 141.41.
Then Gezzelli came through once scheduled to finish their second ed in secret files will be releasedfor Auditorium. 2-3 May. Naval l Air Ati fitt4 'Irainiiif <:*......1\4.j

more with a vicious single to left I round of golf tonight by 1800, and publication during the observance .! The final tourney which NAS Pout I) .nobiliz tion 12."
rescuing both runners.In after this evening there will be 24 of this anniversary.IVb Jax will be host to'is the 7th Naval :Smff Adm. A Training UI.O'J ;38..;t>

the eighth, the Fliers scored left in the race for the championship I District golf tournament 14. 17.H.S ;ill:'..,
again when Bob Boudreau led off I crown. Play will continue for 15, 16. and 17 May. This four-day '1",..I! , ...... .. .*81.ft*
with a walk. Buzzer Hayes hit at least another two weeks. EMPLOYEESTO affair will be held on the station 1'.1 l Air :billion!

the fence in deep right for a dou- Qualified for Match Play I I i golf course, one of the finest service A Ai.rmhlv,1-i-nft IMiverjr t Repair elli Dpl.! .111.57 71.i f 79.37i
ble to score Eoudreau. The locals I CHAMPIONSHIP: FI.IfiHT I It. BE REDUCED links in the South. I i (Continued Page 3))

kept on rolling in the ninth when . . . .. .
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after T. S. Ary had been hit bya I..1, Robert. Tt-mnir . . .. .. rilCuptaio I flip number of IVb finplujeegat DANISH PILOTS ARRIVE AT NAS
pitched ball Wally Hages singled : \\ llinm Cifiun"<. . ... ... 81 NAS Jacksonvillel\\ bt' -. ____. ___. .. I
i ('onidr. Cluybrook ('ottln h"m .... .. Hi \I
Then Chuck Hereford slapped 'omdr. Vincent Sweeney ... . *'i slashed", from the present! total
a bingle to left scoring Ar '. Lt. Com ,. and Bob Boudreau garnered a one- : I'mvuln Nob..rt. iilktte .. ... US: ,, of 1,097 to 870 by SO April !
.I.. Carl T'utt'I', . .. .. .. ... M 1947 It Man aniioniM'ed by the 1i'
base knock to score Hages.In Comdr. Steve Ken *" I
the last of the ninth. Fort ::'omdr..1.: ; Rhtxlmnti I McKlroy x. ::::: :: ::: 5.'" J ComniiiiKlliig: Officer's office
:McPherson made 1.1.! Comdr. William }'ol..) . .. . 14; jenterday.This ;
last -
one attempt I'omdr. Howiu-d. Born . . ... ,HC .
to pull the game out of the 1.t 1. Jack' Jones . . . .. !II'! cut Mill hI"fl..t.tt'd l I'.Va
fire when with two out the Army I..1. John Mii so''."ii . . . riP I rediiclion-in-forcc\ in 8'orti81H"t' l
team loaded the base Joe Greeu-; t um.l.! Anton Sintic-,, . !S"ii \\illi Instructions from theChief
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Training, it uus stated.
The Industrial RelationDe
( part m..nt has already begun the
ttl= 1ill"! -,"" '" I preliminary \\ 01'1' necessary! to

carry out the rediu'lion-lii-forre.
and distribution (>If notice to
I ; al employees affected vtlll start

't ". a e t( 4vt 1 a c uilhin/ the nest tuo weeks.itoup .

(; : I\'b employees l include
",'{ those paid> on a per annum basis ,
+1. M k such as clerks, typists, "stenographers .ka av

: al storekeeper! guards,
t professional and Mill-professional.
f 1: a ;.S ,. et employees.Ship's. w.
y 1 .

Pre-Easter Service Sale I II
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Termed SuccessLast I

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weeks pre-Easter sale a>. I
the Mamslde Ship's Service Merchandise

store was a huge success __
U E C. White said yesterday.

I 'i kMY', !_j I I According to the Ship's Service 1

: officer, sales!' totaled $15,775.78 for !
thi week, as compared with a '
1 1III'
HO HIM, YAWN'S' : Roacoe:: L James S2 from the NAS boat $21,000 monthly average during the
three months. .. ._ .
I And tte.inended Sax last past .55.:'> I I' docits: ,, spring is here again spung really : on !
week when the mercury soared to a 90 degree (high There'll be a There is still a good deal ol OMDR.: E. J. OVCHIiVC (crt nf the Royal Danish Air fl?rvic* i
tot more ftMung, sunbathing, and the like now that OU So haa put merchandise left which is being is welcomed aboard I Dv '1): C'n.tdr, w n Austin, the Senior Duly I
m an appearance again (Sorry, boys wo really tried to get a cloned out of stock and these : Officer, wpon hilt arrival< I with' a group of O n IHh pilots and mechinicfl -
picture of some WAVES aunbathuig on tne lawn beside their barracks articles will continue to be offered last week l the Lia-.f, i. nil from Copenhagen will train i in

but we just weren't able to line up the gals.' >I> at bargain prices he stated. PBY-5As here


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10 April 1942w
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Flight Test Pilots

Must Okay All A&R

Overhauled I Planes I

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the

'nutth in a ,rw/ of. or tins If onh \'

> ,i-arioiin/ rfh'Miwt, Astfmbly: 1
it Repair Tilt n< .rt in this series .

ri-ill appear in a future issue.


1 The Flight test' Division of Assembly

'.,ns and Repair is a: rapidly' expanding
z. organization. In the pant I
*> '
two months this division has grown

from one which employed the services

of 42 men to 110 men. The

reason for this expansion is the

necessity to keep abreast of a pro-
duction schedule that has increaj

q'r ed threefold in the past two

months and is expected to keep

?' Ji increasing in the future. New aircraft
modifications have also increased
g .. sc
this workload immensely.

Evidence of the growth of this

division is seen in the hum of activity -

'% ( around Hangar 116 and in

.WMIb the long rows of Helldivers, Cor-

sairs, and Skytrains parked outside -
its hangar doors.

Recently Flight Test received

three new test pilots. These, aviators .
now attempting to becom*
r, > t t p are .
'\ r j krT" acclimated to the rigors of flight

1 test work. Lt. Conulr. Haigrave,

the Flight Test' Officer, who has

been doing this work for sometime

t says that every test pilot at
u same time has a few moments of
!II.< painful and breathless anticipation -

t during his career. Since these!'

pvt. r pilots are the first to fly the air-
v planes after they leave the assembly

floor, they often run into many

.. anxious moments on jtake-offe. '.
The Flight Test pilots of A&R

have been testing Corsairs, Hf>JI.
I," .' divers, and R4Ds with a slight

> !smattering of all other types of

aircraft. The desirable Flight Test
; :. : / pilot, as can be understood flora

ad:4 the above, should be an intelligent
analyst of aircraft troubles anda
L ; careful deliberate pilot.

Flight Test pilots of A&Rbe,
lieve they have the finest jobs In

*;: : / I the Navy. It is certainly a job of

# jpIA grave responsibility, a responsibility
of sending the finished productto :

the Navy Squadrons'

The major portion of the mm in

1 t I Flight Test have been ordered
there from other units in the com

mand. They are glad to be a partof '
such a large and growing divi-,
y t JI i sion. There is a genuine spirit of

uG 1 1M Ilrl comradeship among all hands
'iv rrM They go about the work with a

will and are proud of their accomplishments -
at the end of the

production month. Everyone does
)1IJ"i"r- "r_'*! .. ,I:: ,__ "a.. gh.; ::... J7'" """ .. .. ,, ., '. ., .o .. .-'W'ii"' y' '1, ._ .L ..' his best to make the schedule,
as it causes a competitive
THE PROOF OF THE; PI DOING IS m the uaurig he\ aim; arc >*c it ts with newly overhauled planes whirh must be put through spirit' which is hard to beat.

them paces \hv t tht- Flight Test!' I In: ,, ISKM I' A&R oerore oemg at'cepiec barK into service Each plane afte having passed through the many The end of the month is a time
departments ir A&R is pu: through a specified test hop which !lasts a r.-where from 4:> tr 7f> minutes' On a good day when the weatheris : of feverish lastminutefforts to

right four tent hops lion b* nm\ b> each pilot but usually they a\ erage only two a day. Ir. the top left photo Lt <'W i W. R Squire i. beat the schedule: when it is over,

shown getting ready to enter the cockpit ot a Corsair for a test hop. iL'pper, right i Lt. Squire checks every part ol the mechanism under everyone breathes a big sigh of
the wing to make sure its in shape. Having just finished a test flight, Lt. ('.(Imdr. J. A. finer, Jr., lower left, former aide to the executive satisfaction.It .

officer, steps from the cockpit of an SB2C. One of the many test pilots in Flight Test, ht lists each characteristic in flight on the is not just a job of pushing

check-off, list which he carries aloft strapped to his leg. The ground force I is an essential quality in these test hops and the safety of the airplanes out the door, for each

pilot often rest in their hands. In the lower right photo, three ground crewmen work on a plane, preparing it for test. They are John plane is painstakingly checked for

Shwffe. S2c. left, F. A. Demuth, Sic, and Sam Spille, AMMlc. all discrepancies both on the
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ground and in the air. This is a
and look over their supply. They from A&R. H's been a pleasure
vital and necessary function, a*
have it in large and small)) sizes-- knowing you fellows, and we wish I these dirt
I planes are completely
Hospital I plain, colored and with polka dots. i you "bon voyage. assembled, overhauled, and assem
At the Bingo last week, Chief
I bled. The work of these mechanicsis
If*ny of the fellows or WAVES Malone, on behalf of the Club'sofficers '
difficult and
a a trying science
I ,
itch and Board of Governors, 'I
suffering from mild cases! of
and not all mechanics are qualified "
I sunburn, prickly heat acne, or any presented your columnist with a for Flight Test.
such skin diseases! will please see 1 pair of swell golf shoes and an order According to the Flight Test Officer -
Ky Cllt'UOIA: A MIHTK MAA Heyer, he will give you the for a number nine iron. The I
the greatest share of the
Softball season has really started prescription for his famous X-ray gifts! were for services renderedthe I credit for the performance of the
with the team ointment which will overnight. club while serving on the entertainment -
now Hospital cure Hy J, F. NKLEN, A'MMC' Flight Test Division to the
I goes
and ) two committee, the board,
playing losing games.
H'f Saba was reluming: fron* enlisted personnel, who have worked
) and is "Tournament'time and for authoring this column. I
Moth close
were by scores weretYPI'a Tuesday night
Ga about
Savannah a ageand : hard and long hours to make
) early-eeason games with again so sharpen your I We d like to take this opportunity
flooded! out twiceon
I his car was this outfit function in such a
IIoflE' fielding and wild pitching the wits and pencils and come on over. to thank the board members and I
the way. We knew that the i creditable manner. Working weekends
reason for the loss.! A t-olid weekof i You may be the lucky one! all others who had a hand in this
covered the better
Okefenokee partof to meet the production schedule -
good practice should end all of t I Georgia, but we didn't think getture. These gifts will be treas-1 I I I is just a matter of routine, but
that and give UK a team worth Several of the fates around the tired for a mighty; long time. Our .
the esteemed president of the the feeling of accomplishment Istremendous
backing. compound are sporting brand new only hope is that our future in the i
Club was a swamp swiveller. Well, at the end of the work
sunburns acquired on the roof of Navy will always be. alongside! fellows I
his and .
he car running month.
"Step right up .- ladeez and the Corp Quarters Those are all got again like you. .
I was pushing that needle near the .
gentlemen" ( and this means very nice but remember sunburn Chief Day is playing host to his
you'l! 75 mph mark when, all of a sudden J
roof Step right up and is no excuse for missing work. "FOWWWW." "Yes," says mother and father who are visiting Volunteers Needed ForChildren's
Rec Hall tonight for the
the I "I blew tire." Florida on a vacation. Mr.
Frank\{, a Lucky you
Carnival" party! There'll Rugs were made for cuttin', we Swim Class
is retired railroad hav-
were in such a shallow ditch Day a man
br skill games, girls, prizes always say, and if you don't know we're glad made it safe and ing served 46 years' as! an engineerwith
everything: in a gala carnival spirit much about this popular sport, sound you the Pennsylvania' Railroad Navy mothers have been askedto
that ought to whisk away your take our suggeston and come over We here volunteer to help the Physical
hope you enjoy your stay ,
spring fever quicker than you can to the Wednesday night dancing Chiefs Clayton and Hintz have folk Training Department conduct tile

wiy "Jack Rabbit." C'mon try classes) held at 1130 in the Rec sure gone, modern on us We Imag On Saturday morning, 29 March, children's swimming classes which
hall. The Arthur Murray Studios ofJacksonville ine that the folks around Lal It, and see at the Hyde Park Country Club, are held each Saturday morningat
. send a talented instructor were surprised to see a
, ---- r the indoor pool from 1000-1100.
there commotion
was quite a" on
The Hospital Softball team will I and, besides, there plane landing on the water and a the ISth At present a staff from IT,
fairway. Players were
play its first game in the ;intramural are pretty girls to help you net couple of chiefs dash out with and which headed by Lt. Paul King, swim-

league on or about 20 April your feet on their dancing way. tackle in hand and proceed to yelling Not 'running close'! every to ming mentor, is conducting the
being enough
and White promises to have the : Look into this one f if you really catch a very large ttrmg of fish. way.what could classes, but more help is needed!

boys rounded into great shape for I want to learn but here's a both of these Isaac Waltons put see stand was around going and on, stare.we Finally Any Navy mothers who care to

the opening. With the addition of warning: No spectators allowed)) their time in under tht jurisdiction only after most of the! volunteer and help with this proj
to staff, it be- of Lt. Bronaon in A & R.
King our pitching ect should contact Lt. King at
covered deal of
Kin to )look like our worries. ate The way it look, our hotel par- Chief Chamberlain, leading chiefof a good ground, I ext. 663.
little "woods (skunk that .
over. ty will not come off, probably because A & R Interim Overhaul is a pussy" .
funds Chief ia) politely lumbered across the
of dashing around the station in anew
Howzabout tying a couple of Brown has an idea, that will prob- Mercury. A very beautifulcar gross taking his (for her ) own GeneralContinued
to click if he work on it sweet time. Close ones don't count, I ,
.. )bierea of string to your digit ably can Guy.
"' remember this two-told bit of long enough. It will be a small Chief Cox and Chief Mal fellows, so let's not allow this little ( from Page, 1))

news! ? Every Friday and Saturday gathering of those! who want to "Spaghetti" Vattimo have been incident to scare you away
links. the Army's leading slugger,
from the grass
nights! will find something going on have a little fun on their own, transferred to the west coast, both fathom Gczzelli's slow
could not
By the we have installed
in the Rec Hall. Tomorrow night maybe in some high spot. Nevercan way
J It's! a "Casino", and on Saturday tell. The date is not given, *o music he could give us a really : a little black box on the bulletin curve, however, and he popped: to

'CraJf>Ja" party. You'll)) be, glad you well just have to wait and be cnlm. hot jamboree. Not only docs he 'board in the club bar. Drop your short. to end the game.
reminded once get these play the piano but nlso! the guitar, news items for this column in it-- Ed Guyton, sterling pivot man

.were. and by the way you if yon nerd) It was\ a surprise' to free Ghnrlt'fICOI'JJI'r a little of the trumpet, and Hays if ; they'll] be appreciated. And if you for the Fliers, started the game
rounding !
but he -
extra string to help yon with HA1 sit down at the he could! spend 1 thirty minute" on have nny suggestions' or criticisms with a single
any and l old. the violin he could master that, I about the column, drop themIn third and had to be relievedby )
this remembering, just! stop in at t !p 'IM''> and play new Jun Zlenta.t .
the lied f'rons'! Hel'I't-ftt Mi.' i U. < inmi that if he had l sheet' also.!' too.


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1 ante r : 112.20 Tt.O MOVIESV: : a\ a I'n.I . .. . . .291.19 I I'll I11iD.tY
v Or .nu.h..n )1,101., .., ('Itllialla< > T..UIcililcld "MICHIGAN KID." starring Jon Hall arid Rita Johnson. Western.
211.1' 17.'" StlL" KIDAY

I y '"4th' Naval .Air: G.aneryRant. <1..... if.."** I, DANCE Air Station Band $tarts at 20:JO.

e :Navy RerrMllal; SAIUUOXY AM SUNII\Y
N .1, r_ Dffir 14. '041 1* (X* I "HONEYMOON", featuring Shirley Temple( and Franchot Tone.
i e ail Fort Uir.a't...'. Romantic comedy.!
Olfif *M. 3.f.' i ;
U. S. I aoat hoard I'r>inin. StationMarport. MONDAY
."la. :: 4 .Mr Ha.. 14.W ".n
U. S. A. i ,
TIIII: MAINSIDK: LOINGK is becoming more and more popularfor Cotell Comedy.
WI t1.I.: .%. H'<'r'III.' J".t' a.1}<) IS..tHi "
holding wedding receptions. Easter Sunday was no exception t. l.'UtSUNU WKONKNIJAV"FUN : :!
and newly-married }II'. and Mrs Jay Weand wen the happy couple t.. )j..i:: 6Lid 2...W Hi.''II I ON A WEEK Jo NO". starring PriscillA Lane and Eddie
friends there terminal leave official Jax Air SUrd1./ Bracken. Comedy!
[ receiving Jay on was D. "W" 7,OH 7.54)Grnd (
fro New4 photographer for a brtet period prior to hlA transfer to the I TIIUKSDAY
Station Photo Lab : T'Mxl 22.212.4' SI.II\\.r.t "..12ot.31I "YOU CAN'T CHEAT AN HONEST MAN", Starring W. C.

t r __ __ I 1 Ii Field and Edgar Bergen Comedy!

t \ i r bright and early Monday morn

I vc4z1L ,_, i iy I a popular surge "drug in sales stores" will notice I DENIED USE OF SHIP'SSERVICE Sln! >w, start at !114)d).

Social life has assumed an In. i FACILITIESNAS
teresting angle this week whatwith "HIGH BARBAREE", stattmg: Van Johnson and June AUyuon.ATUKI .
"Golf Course" Glover's late civilian employees out no
game with the Station P"liee.I longer permitted to patronize
Field and
Hy .MAK'IIIA (H.O.tKTh.u the Marine detachment parade in Mainside Shills !Service; fountain Edgar Bergen SUNDAY

the wee hours by the barracks, I, and restaurant
h the weather! up North I "BANJO", with Sharyn Motfett and Walter Reed
wasn't the best for a nice Easter serenading the staff Pub Info girls Use of Ships Senate facilities MONDAY AND Tl/KSDAY:

we here in the deep South for once Never a dull moment. I .sei us a privilege which may b* extended "HONEYMOON", tailing Shirley Temple and Franchot Tone. _
got the bl ell..kit. The day dawned -.S --- by the Commanding Officer WKIINKSIJAY: :

clear .as a bell and gave all plans''' All-Girl OrchestraTo t.> civilian employees of the "BUCK PRIVATES COME HOME", featuring Bud Abt.ott and
for th. day a good chance to ma government when other facilitiesare Lou Custelto
terialize For some it began early j Play For Dance not available according to TIIUKSDAY

with sunrise service on Caa Linda Louise Sheldon! and her All-Girl present directives Since the Station "FUN ON A WEEK END". with Priseilla Lane !and Eddie: 'Bracken.!
Lake Others! waited and later orchestra will make their second Cafeteria offers adequate facilities

went to the church of their choice : appearance in six months at the for civilian employees the OTHER EVENTS

Most everyone got up for break- Mamside Auditorium when they privilege has been cancelled in

ft th)'. which was quite an oc- play for a crew's dance 18 April. Station Order 3 t.n. BINGO P.\U'I'Y-Evfl'y Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage
rriunon. Had to wait a while inline On Thursday. 17 April Miss Yorktown and
( A1IILKT1C tiKAK: -Available at Mat atea Avenue
but it was worth it. Where Sheldon and her orchestra will Whoa yow Co in f t el*-* may one have fried ham andegga concert at 1900 iiiHomif, to ani/thnnf' ; anl
give a starting yo" :aide Bid,. 726: OSOO-1700!: on work days.
in the open air with the eta- ,II preceding the movie.A never will there M sontf coni'tl'n *- MOUKI: AIKl'LANE: SHOP-Hear of Bidg. 39, open 1200-2100:

tine choir singing ? gala party is Wing plannedfor 11')1 \ the fait that ym fiuuf ar- daily and week-ends.: Meetings at 2000' Mondays.

The ol' Easter bunny In the the 18th with free cokes on the ru'at the aye whfnt\ J'-in't' BO\V I.ING-Six alky located in Mamside( Recreation BuildingNo.

person I of Phil Pole scattered lots Welfare Department ,ewk' /11141'" dilT'.tj, e.I 3. Alleys open from 1630-2130 Mondays: through Fridays; 1700-
0( brightly-colored eggs about the 2100 Saturdays and Sundays
area and all joined in the hum woikouts Lieut.
BOXING Fur iiUormatlon regarding contact
Georgia Avery must have watched Ri Comdr. A. J. Rubino extension 593; ot report to Malnsldd Mat atter
the rabbits at work as she found
eggs MAINSIDK LOL'NGK;-Formerly the Reception Center Located in
The Easter dance held at NAT-
the South wing of Building No. 93j; is open to LAS personnel and
TC Monday: night went over with
then guests: from 1000 to 2200: daily. Available for wedding receptions -
a bang Sure glad Anne K, Mary
by arrangement with Welfare Officer Combination radio-pho
Carmichael Ellen Jurd Jean
I available for use of all hands.
O' rYlint. Alice Roth, and Mult, nograph
LIHKAKY-Located on second deck Mamside Recreation Building -
Bryant are through cutting toutpaper .
| dolls The rest of ua we.. No. 3. Open Horn 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom

'bout to go crazy too. 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.sUIMMINCi .

Thi bowling is getting serious Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming,

Dottie King got a 236 last we>'kDon't 1. i '' 0171 1800-2100 dally Monday through Friday. Saturday from 1000 to 210O.
i Sunday from 1200 to :2100.
know the scores for temu/ III IIIa
and golf. but the people whob ''\".' a GOLF-Couise open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sunday -
'' from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House." Bathing
en going out regularly shou'J .
boa themselves trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
good$ knocking Oil lan .
the time. To wind up the basketball : : .,1I0K.\n-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with libertycards
season, the' team! is havinga : and uniform of the day), 1730 to :2300. Located south of Mason

banquet! Friday night al\hOI i Field.
Understand some have a surpii.M :' TKNN1>Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-

in ittore tor them Softball will get j junderway I I, ': ing Building No. 726) and also on Mat area: (corner of Miwtm and

for keeps this week, j II Yorktown Roads). f
what with the return of a few II I I ISA KKTHALL: Practice Monday through Friday startingat

standby* from last season. Anyone st 1630.
else interested come on out and .\It'lItIU'-C1ub. located in Bidg. 899, open daily from 1800(
give yourself: a chance. The team to 2200; Saturday from Ot 00 to :2200; Sunday from 1300 to 220O. I

has not ben picked yet and won'tIK Everyone w..lcome.UHSI'nYSpon3ored. '
until (prospective player have : by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg 1101.

t been li.oked at from all angles. Monday: and Fridays -0300 to 1200; Thursday*-1300 to 1800; Wednesdays -
Anyone want their window ; -0800\ to 1SOO; Tuesdays and Saturdays: -1800 to :I tOo. Rates j

washed? Jurd is really gettin' goo.J t hourly: ) 20 cents for one child 25 cents for two or more; (.monthly)

4" ; at it Always charging through :{4 for one child $;" for two or more.

the barracks with a pail and a 11'lllaE'10: GO ASMOKE ,
smile now that the time is getting ?t e t USO Armed Service Center 122 West For.4yth Street. Lounge

short Be glad when we get some pen 0800-2300' ; dormitory open :24 hours a day-with showers, shaving j
nt.trLA's.. Monday night's security facilities etc. ;
watch wan rough accord,
ing to Iva :McLean About a dozen I
people checked in 720. y t Her: "I' see dark spots before' Lh Herider .j

Saw Petty headed for the chapal #_- ,' my ey "."
I the other day with her 'lum h. ; Him: "Yeah. I'm planning' to I (Continued from I'.age 1)) 1
Would have been a good idea for : ', park in one of them" ,'

!t.>.it.'. An hour is a long time. ] _____.__ _u___,_,. __ ___ ___ I PIR4T PLItit1TLt.

Audrv Stafford went on leave I After all the Constitution ylran9 1 : ( :wn.lr: rl"' ,P.k aailena.r: :::: ; : :: : : 33 .
Lt. ('unnlr Iann
last week and will soon return to II' YOl \N"T="' rttognme ;41! uu,let I that pile .nf eathers, every guy the right (,> the pursuit La,,. R . 211Lt.
relieve an instructor for more ac- j it's Mane Montez that exoti bundle 'it jomph fiom south of the happway, thought the senior at Lt.: Rub.rt ; :,,;n.niYrr; : : ::::: :::::: : : i iLt.

live duty. Fern Holmquest and. border. Maria all slicked up to look like a sophisticated lady-a bout- he chased her down. another block. II I l.mldr, Lloyd .lrnr&.d . .. . 91It. t
I II (".mnlr. J..h. ChuektlOw: . .. !$1.wndr.
Virginia Harrington: started out I townbut be it town or country, we i.t for her anvtime I '. .
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10 April 194 '

t .: ufS ITS{ R t'QTCH' OTC( By Sffeeves

J1b_ f\l H) r Poetic License' I :// /

ICdJtorlaj Offices

Boulh Wtng, Lower Deck, Bldg. 930 YOU-A

Telephone Extension! 8181 Come all of you from other parts, ..
Arthur M. Greene, Editor Both folk] and rural]
The JAX AIR NEWS city ,
IS published weekly at the ihlltI i)
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Fonda at no And listen while) 1 tell you this-

expense to the government and in compliance with The word "You-all" is plural.
HecNnv Circular Letter 45-526 28 1945. i"1 I
May Copiesare I 1 I I
I I I ...
distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air I ... :
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, When we say that "you-all" must comedown .- ... ." ':' I /..- tJ

the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Train- ;' ( l ( \' ,. 'lI

Ing Command, Headquarters of the Seventh Naval Or "We-All" shall be ]lonely, I ,(, I ,, 'l"l I f 1 I //

District, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, We mean a dozen folks, perhaps: ; I ( '. ) t f t 1 // W
the Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval 'I rl .w
And not ,
one person only. tCONFERENCE
Ho plt8l ;
Rear Admiral Ralph Davlson, \ 1' [ '%
Commandant, Seventh Naval District If I should to Hiram Jones i
Chief of Naval l Air Advanced Training say ; ROOM I, / tr't
For instance, "You-all are ]lazy," I t) I () /' ,ill.
OlAniii/ Howard V. Hopkins, USN, Commanding.. I 4'r rl. yr(
I Naval Air Technical: iraining CenterI OrVill you-all lendeme your knife? I r t t. z
He'd think that I was crazy.Now f I. 1 I, 't \
Captain Brady. L'SN, Commanaing ,
t Naval Air Station

t i Cuutaio/ Hob! rt M. Gillett (MC), USN, Commanding if you'd be more sociable, I 191
U. S. NavalHosplUI And with us often mingle] I II I J '

1 1... CtU'Ulo.. F. W. Prleatman.--USNR. Commanding You'd l find that in the native tongue, i \ I ') :

|I._ .v Naval Air Reserve Training Unit "You-all"]) is never single.Don't ] __ ______ ,

tl lA. C<4. T. C. Moor*. Jr., USMC, Commanding'
r I'./' Maria Barracka' '
think I criticize
t mean to ,
t Ct)# ()t. Juki F. Schumacher, USN Rang, Commanding) Or act as if I knew it all, I I ___ J'-\)
I. Naval Air Gunnery ''H1
'Cause when \\e speak of one alone
Cbtndr. Frederick, J. Brush USN, l'"mroundina "
Naval) Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Itm IC'e-all say "you" just like "You-All. ,..,..
Author Unknown.
Cunt. Alexander M. Itearn, USMO
Marine Aviation tacnniciH "What do tht.j, do In them? why, shark where M-iittlehutl 1 is
made otfielalC"Commercial! !
The JAX AIR NEWS receives Ship's Editorial Association: material.
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Republication of credited matter prohibited without I
> minion of bEA. Wathington 21. D. O. Replication of any '
other matter except oj service publications, is prohibited, Ltt uLe :Lu'fiffLI '
without DfMOlufion of_ t"X- AIR NEWS. fiiapTirn

onclVieuosfNo Bulletin
Japs Couldn't Sink Her .Tfejos I

By Ship Editorial Association; i UiilMfns mil Ira accepted until I
space has been filled, hut n.i later
luau 11)00) TiH'Mlaj. I:At.: I P30.r ( .0
Midnight. Black] midnight. No moon overthe y' .r.rt -y tt

waters of the north end of person is all good or all)) bad. The best m SALE 2a
cold, choppy JIM Silvtidonu hour In.iUr Air-i omlitiviitd. Y-
of men have faults, and the worst of men U40A: Hancock $t., Jv A" :$C. t hit f
Formosa Straits. It was 23 October tUB, Clayton, t xt. II.,a. ALWAYS YOUNG AND FAIR
have in them. this fact
some good Despite
1939! 1'nrkard. Excellent condition. See:; rt
by Conrad Richter of
and the Japanese were hitting back frantically God does draw the line and, if the basi ext.3113 8.i05.Dewey; Turk Annex, Chief toot, romance in a small town is a In story Penn-

on all fronts. There was a convoy of teachings of the Scriptures are correct, He 1940 Plymouth sedan Radio and heater. sylvania. Tom Grail was killer in

Japanese ships out there, and this wasn't a does "judge" some persons as good and some New Must taint sell' ,immediately.motor.. tire.,See und John H... covera.lltiilc the Philippines: his cousin! Will

healthy spot for a U. S. submarine to b! in ; as bad. The question is : where does God rurnishvd t'emissary home.Store.built in 1942 with prewar war comes with back Spain with, Lucy honors Markle from had the

draw this line What determines whether a I mntetial. All tile bath, double yta- been engaged to Tom and to
to be the USS Tang : trjs
if the
even happened I inge. electric Move and ice-box Lot
is "saved" "lost?
man or 100x105. Near NAS. Lt. Comdr. R. A. ignore Will's love in order to keepa
(SS-306)) and even if she happened to be The answer is in one of'the familiar Mayo, ext. :l29! or phone :2-8316. memory alive.
para 1U38 Buick ipeciul: four-dour ledan. Very
: Harold Lamb makes
of his
equipped with the very ]latest radar and electronics bles] of Jesus, found in the 25th chapter of good conditun.. 1137B Has Allegheny to be teen Kd., to NAS.H. beappreciated. extensive knowledge of hlstoty use and

gear. the Gospel of Matthew-the Parable] of the H. Welch, ext. 696. geography of the Near East in his

The radar picked up a Jap destroyer on Last Judgment. The key sentence in that 16J7 working Plymouth houn umpe.:MrNeil,Ext.. t>29 during first novel A GARDEN TO THE

station in a 20-mile screen around the con- parable] the test of true religion, is this : 1936 and Cadillac mechanical: convertible condition coupe.Lt.Good Comdr.Urea adventures EASTWARD.of It a discharged is the story American of.the-

voy. "Just our chance," chuckled the sub "Inasmuch as ye did it unto one of larks, ext. 8i7S or 200. intelligence officer in the remote -
1938 Pontiiic four-door sedan, radio and
commander, Comdr. Richard O'Kane, USN. these my brethren, even these least, ye heater. Four new tirei. Contact Williams mountains north of Baj, *.ad
"We assume the destroyer's position just did it unto me." Just one thing made a daily., ext. 471, between 1200 and H30: on the Iraq-Iran border. There he

ahead of the convoy." man good and determined his eligibility for Three-bedroom house in Timuqtiana Man finds in a guarded valley a small
or. Tile bath and all electric kitchen. colony of people who give evidence
The Tang slipped in ahead of the convoy eternal life with God. That one thing was Price reasonable. Ext. i51, Parker. of being sole survivors of the earli-

-made up of three large modern tankers, service to others in need. Whoever is consistently Two and piece complete living maple room bedroom set, barrel set chair with est civilization, far antedating the

and destroyer escortson kind and helpful to others; who- mattress. 1108 Barln St.. NAS. Mrs. A. Egyptians. The story goes on to
a transport, a L. Van Hoose. tell how the
peace of this long-
the flanks.] After zigging with the con- ever gives himself to heal and to help needy Complete Plymouth clutch assembly.: Will secret spot fared under the
people he is worthy of eternal life. It does sell at half price. Call ext. 696 between expeditions -
voy for 3,000 yards, the sub stopped, turn- 1330 and 130. J. J. Jurasits. of great powers striving for
ed right and waited for the tankers to not matter if he is white or black] rich or Model-maker rotary electric tool. Completewith control of the natural resoun.es.

steam by. The unsuspecting cargoladenships poor, workingman or aristocrat, servant or Banjo I In all rood attachments.condition Money High, bid ext.takes 561. I If you enjoy the quiet humor
master. It does not matter if he belongs to it. Robert Everson, ext. 475. I and unsuspected satire of Robert
crawled by. 8-room house In Riverside On city or Nathan, you will like his new ehort
a church or not. Jesus did not mention NAS bus lines. ,
8750 I
any unfurnished. novel, MR. WHITTLE AND
"Fire !I" The first tin fish sizzled
one on Phone 7-S342, after 1700.
and of these items. He judged the "sheep" as Chiefs whites, size 88. Mrs Clark Math-I MORNING STAR. "Mr. Whittle
Then three
its two
way. finally worthy of eternal life because they fed the ereon, phone 22717. gentle and unassuming small college -
five All hit the three tankers in vital spots. CPO eravanet, size St. For quick Sale, $23.
hungry, clothed the naked, visited the sick, J. Motika, ACMM, 2939 Algonquin Ave professor, ponderingon ,
I. ?
The transport saw the sub and moved in Orl pa.; the explosion of the atom, be-
to ram her. In a blaze of light made by the gave themselves to the poor and the outcast.He CPO blues, two wits, one hath mark, new. I comes convinced of the imminenceof
One suit custom made. Bancroft hat with
judged the "goats" as not worthy of eter- the end of the world. This ob-
blue cover site 7/8. Suit
explosions aboard the three mortally wounded size. 36.; ,
nal ]life because, despite all else they may coat 4042. K. P. Hinckle, MAA. Bar- session produces come odd but nat-
:, tankers, the sub put on full steam and byit' have done they failed in the doing of these racks 3.Miscellaneoue. ural changes in his attitudes to,
furniture 1433A Childs St,
inches rammed. The and relationships with his
escaped being transport own
essential matters. I NAS. Parker, ext. 407. .
couldn't stop in time and headed straightfor Bedroom suite and livlngroom furniture. 7 family, some of his students, and-
months old. Must sell. 1382 Cumberland even with God". '
The parable] teaches us that whenever we
the Jap freighter. As the two collided R.I.. Grlfie. As readers of THE
with terrific crash the Tang's torpedoesonce help a person in need, no matter who he is 1946 Chevrolet ityle>maMer four-door SMALLGENERAL
sedan. Radio! and foe lights. Can be and THE THREE
again did their fatal damage and the or where he is, we are thereby serving seen lit Bid*!. 726 or 11338 Allegheny BAMBOOS know, Robert Standishis
Christ. For wherever there is pain, hunger, Rd., NAS. Phone 2-38U or ext. $93, an excellent story teller. MR. ON
two ships joined their three comrades on the (hief, Just),,.
down. poverty, suffering, trouble, there Christ is. FOR KENT LOONG is the son of a Chinese

way We talk] about the exalted Christ as if He Two-room apartment bedroom and kitchen laundryman in the West Indies. -
The destroyer was coming back so the furnished except for linens and! silverware I After his father's death, John, lone
of the were up on a throne somewhere, far above for couple.l Located in Murray : member of his race, is carried to
Tang got area quickland un- and away from the earth That is not alto- Hill after section 1700.Furnished Mrs. Austin, phone 2-3342: I success by his stoic integrity and
scathed. Nor that all. The next
was night, gether correct. He is right here on earth room. 3239: : Park St. Mr. H O. I the inspiration of a French ship
{ the Tang and her crew sighted another heav- us. The "holy of holies" is not in Grant, phone 2-6450. I owner. The story itself is an absorbing -
among a
i Two rooms $10 per week. Near NAS bus
ily-loaded convoy. Two transports and a church somewhere, but is wherever there is line. Mrs. Mitchell, 2631 Forbes M. ,I one and, incidentally, thereader
tanker. And a destroyer.The Sleeping; room in private home. Mrs. learns a great deal about
suffering and need. That is where we find Wilkinson, phone 7-6028./! > the life of the West Indies, their
Tang moved in before the Japs had a Christ. Furnlohed 2-3636." Mrs apartment.Castle. Near NAS. Phone unique economic conditions, and the

r thance to get her range. Two torpedoes Sleeping. room with living-room privileges. interplay between the races which
There is the Christian religion in nut-
and a Fur working Navy couple.! On L ke- inhabit them.
, caught a transport the freighter. The shell.]] To love and to help] and to serve is to shore bun line. Phone 2.0290, Mis. Wil- --- -- --q -
: destroyer caught the third torpedo and blew ton. 5002 Colonial Ave. Lynn Hj UK S..iv\n 1 \ m H..' li,> M "P,,lil.
be saved, to be worthy of eternal life. Just Bedroom with kitchen privileges.; 2115;; LOST
up. Only a crippled transport left. The Tang llayview Ave., Mr,. Grooms. ,
one thing is central: to love God by loving $JO ill < mi.n' < v at Muls-'d. Shi> -itivue;
Room with private bath.
Mrs. ,
moved in for the kill. She fired I phone or brtwpi
two torpe- Ship S'i
i I' furn'' ) Supply
and serving others. To love God and 29516. ,,
our lililu. ito Under plr >, ,10" to Frank
does. The first headed straight forjhe trans- Double bedroom In private home for rouble. .
neighbor is to live. To be without love is to 10 minutes from NAS. Phone 2-5J24: and BaukiiiKht.receive' Accouin reward"ny' I' ,n .t i M I 111.

port. die. It is better not to live than not to love. .Corner Mrs. Harris.bedroom 2919 for Doric couple.Ave.One block

But the second was the last torpedo the There never was a time in the world's from NAS bus line. 3602 Oak M; Mrs,
gallant to fire. ]It broached William Johnson. Phone :i!"*>.4r4 after.
was ever history: when there was more stark need 1800

t to the left, swerved around in a full 180 about the world than today. It is all aroundus. WANTED

1 degree arc and came sizzling back toward We Americans arc today in a highly- Rider hours from 0800 Sonthwde to 1700. Ext to NAS.339 Lt.Woikinp Math, .At the Road Station and Muslin Chapels,Avenue Birmingham 0

the Tang. There was no chance to avoid the privileged position. We have more wealth, Person ews. with Protestant
tin fish and J it crashed into the submarine. experience to teach 0739-Holy Communion Chaplain
more food resources, more health resources piano to child on station Phone Cmdr. E' W Andrews,
W intern, 627. : .. .
1 The sub sank so quickly there was nor than any other part of the world. What is I3oardcrivyminii ladies or gentlemen Two OOJO-NATJG Andrew Servo-t'huui' luln E. W. ,. '

time to carry out a last order to close the that privilege for, but to share with others One meals or two daily.rider On bus to ahare line. expends Phone 7-8342 from 0930-Sundtiy: School, Small Chapel.

hatch. And with the Tang went down 78 who arc in need ? The spectacle of one nation Jacksonville. to San Diego. Leaving about Chaplain Service W. K.*Stcvrnon.1046Divine -Vhaplmn. T 1.

men. Nine of the crew escaped. But the almost surfeiting itself in food and 2-(234.10 April. 1.1. (Jom".. J'razirr, phone Albert. .

t ship and her men left the all-time mark of wealth and things, while the rest of the MIHCELLANEQUS 0700-Muss. Catholic _,:.!

. sinking 1] 0,000 tons of shipping in a single world ]lives on the edge of starvation, pi'esents farmer advice:Navy"at Hcrlong officer Field operating offer li.I. flight flying I 0900 1109--Mass.MOM.An t'

; ; patrol-the highest score ever made by a an ominous picture. There is judgmentin Training, for veterans whether civiliansor Outdoor Nursery tow roull children !- }f
still on active: duty in ,ai'med! force*. U maJntaJned between 0000
;' sub on one patroL Jesus' words: "Inasmuch as ye did it to Six to tight weeks instruction for )>1'1- and 1200.
\ of these least. did it unto \'ntelicr"C:0.,1ml'rf: lit I, lnutm.tor*, and Jewish Rfllflons Service anti
No could he H look one ye me.
; Japanese ship sink: > Inotriiment fouise ofl(>"8 ( one of her own torpedoes to ln i1: Chaplain William]] ft. Stevenson. be ky. government taken kn spare under time.U.) 1.Coot Rill I la Contact Some 18H-F/Mnj" jn tile $'1'1I l| Chapel, .


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10_ April 1947 CIVILIAN JAX. AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five 1

envoi SEHVKCE; : VETERANS HONORED Captain Brady Presents First
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Service Certificates And Pins '

;d r SSA '., To NAS Civil Service EmployeesAwarding

of the new Recognition of Service Certificates

-R : and service pins to employees having five or more

years of continuous service at NAS Jacksonville begun

er last Thursday afternoon when Captain Anthony I,. Brady,

a ?NAS Commanding Officer, presented them to a group of

I employees having a-- minimum of 20 years service in Naval
r Civil Service Witnessing the'
event were the heads of all major

:r SUPPlV departments on the station.
Presentation was made in the
Commanding Officer's office following
a brief ceremony in which
J. S. Fagan, president of the Em-
r. SALLIES ployees' Association, turned over
the certificates and pins to Cap-
tain Brady. The pins and certifi.
: : : cates were purchased with Em-
( : Hj CLARA E. SPEEK ployees' Association funds.It .

The other day the phone rang was pointed out by the Civil.
9 in Administrative Division and the ian Personnel Officer that 710 employees
party on the other end of the lin are eligible to receive the
wanted to speak to the "mess certificates and pins. Length ofi
cook"" who was supposed to pick opa ; service was computed as of 1
,herk in the Disbursing Division. March 1947, he said.
3 Marilyn Cook had answered the The pins, in traditional Navy-
phone and understood the caller blue and gold, have a space at the
u ask for "Miss Cook." Finding top for insertion of the total number -
1 ,a out she was not involved, she called of years of the employee's
4 $ RL to the phone Merle Cook, also service as a civilian with the Navy
'it Administrative Merle, too, was Department.Those .
I : utterly at a loss to know what itwas
receiving pins and
: a : : all about, and between the certificates from the Captain were
two they had the caller quite con- Harry A. Burn, Theodore Frttch

"-,,--...-.-............-.- ".-.. I i fused. After some delay the situation Jr., George F Schrader, Phillip D.
RECOGNITION: OF SERVICE ('''l'ltl'l.'alt' and Pins were presented last wefk by i apt m Anthony I was cleared up when it wasdiscovered Myers, and Walton S. Fritch. Two
R Brady fomnmndinp (I fficfi t<' a:: gT<>up ot nard] ,civil ser\ue veterans having a minimum of 20years | that the caller thought other NAS employees with 20
: servo: Th pre""'ntauon. was made anri I J. s, Fagan, president oi the Employees: Assxiationhad I he was connected with S-Divi&ion years of Naval Civil Service, E. H.
.t ." formally turned: the ieitificates and pins over to the Commanding Officer Captain Brady is shown I I j However, Marilyn and Merle Cook Dennard and Julius deR Quina,
accepting the ceitif nates from Mi Fagan as Captain J. E. Dodscn, H A. Burn, Theodore Fritch, will henceforth be known as the i were not present for the ceremony
; Jr., G. E. Schiader. P. D. Myers, W. S. Fritch, Comdr. M. D. Sims, Jr, and Captain H B. Jones look "mess cooks" to their fellow woik V. L Gorsuch former chief
i on. Two other NAS employees E. II Dennaid and Julius deR Quina, are also eligible for 20-year pins. ers.The clerk in the Supply Department,
:i All NAS civilian employees with five or more year of continuous service here will] receive certificatesand I following rhyme by Lillie and W L Coleman, former master -
pins in the near future. Claud (Stock Control) relative to mechanic of Assembly and Re
__u ___________. __ _____ __ t the re-opening of the dispensary, pair Department, who retired' recently -
: with Sadie Sheffield in charge, is are being sent pins! and cer-
I INSIDE : apropos: tificates by mail in view of their

A7EEZIiV& The dispensary is open now outstanding service at NAS.
PUBLIC WORKS On the thud deck' cf Supply;
I are plans to obtain
nI' a larger recreational -
AROUND Ma' Sheffield i.s the nurse its I
I park, club
--- .x 0 Ky MARY JCOUGEKS chargeOn new house

Engine Overhaul by Curl \\'. Otn 1\\ I Henry "Casanova" Melzer trans- her \ce can rely and better safety streets devices, curbing for the sidewalks children., .
I'layer-Here we are back after aweek's ferred last week to the Public To reli\e us of all our aches grid i / : Incidentally, his wife has been appointed -
Works Department at Cecil Field, pains
absence from the because
time as a civilian He was with us representative to the
and the in Material Section And send back to work
of the lack of news. You us
before getting his discharge! from American Federation of Garden
know how it goes. Occasionally the the Navy. went into mourning. At least they Feeling fine and dandySo Circles.
people down in E. O. become so were all absent from their desks our ditties we icon t shirk.
Little "Sh01 ty' received word I
occupied with the problem of getting the two days following Henry's de She calls us all her children Our heartfelt sympathy goes
from will
Chief George that he be
And their return to And all know ( Con-
out the month's production parture. on wants us to
that they don't do much talking, assigned"Franklin to Delano the aircraft Roosevelt"carrier. He work, they were wearing black! That \f ice aten't able to do our I, grandmother.trol) in the recent Also death of his

and when people refuse to talk, has been visiting A&R, Norfolk, B. G. Dockrell's one weakness is work, to Tiny Osteen
(Stock Control) in the death
there just isn't any news floating Virginia, and met some of the boys onions, but no amount of wrist- To her we all should go. her mother, who buried of.
around. However, it's different this who were stationed here before being twisting could persuade him to eat She sas a fine collectionOf March 26th. was o i
week. discharged from the Navy. them last Thursday. Wonder why? bottles filled with pills, .
With justifiable pride, we would I "Ma" Perkins, one of our former Ralph Perkins wasn't in a very Guaranteed to cure M I
like to tell you about a little guy i workers, dropped into our shop to good mood ( ?) for bowling Fri Of all our minor ills.She'll InspectingThe
whom we met for the first time a visit us. Sure was nice to eee her day night. Reason? The "missus" give us all her tender tare, I
few minutes after high noon, April again. had him planting grass several aft And make us feel at ease, i iHal'i"g
1st We had been standing around Planning D1\1.lon-by MatUe B. ernoons last week and it seems patience while u'? yruttt I
'outside the swinging doors of the 'ood-We are all glad to see Kit- that he hasn't been keeping in and groan
delivery room at St. Vincent's Hospital ty Allen back after' a short ill shape lately As loudly a-s we please. InspectorsBy
for about four hours waiting I ness. Design welcomes two new Edna Brunson (Receipt Control)
to meet this fellow when, at long There seems to be a great draftsmen this week. They are J. attended the Spanish Fiesta recently Helen Burnette A Bill Kirk
last, the doors swung out and he change in the morale of Chief B. Bailey, who has to his credit 32 held in St. Augustine. Two of We extend a hearty welcome this
came along hiding under a blanket, Hintz since his wife returned from bombing missions'! over Germany, the main features were he chris week to a newcomer in our depart- "
in the arms of a nurse who carried her vacation. A wife does spread a and W. L. Hunter, who transferred tening of the shrimp boats and ment. Marie R. West comes to us
him like a bag of groceries. bit of sunlight, eh, chief? here from Green Cove Springs.You the opportunity to visit the ballroom after 21 months service in the Pan-
After some persuasion, the nurse Arthur Lynn celebrated his know the saying, "In the of the beautiful and exclu- ama Canal Zone with the War De-
paused on her way to the nursery birthday by taking a week of an- spring a young man's fancy lightly sive Ponce de Leon Hotel in all. partment. Mrs. West took over the
tor a second and drew back his nual leave. We all wish you many turns to thoughts of love", well, its ancient splendor. By the way, duties of clerk-typist in the Engine
blanket, and our eyes met for the more happier birthdays, Art. what about the fairer sex? Think Edna's place of nativity was St. II Overhaul Inspection Office on :3
first time. After studying his fath- Speaking of birthdays, there maybe we'd be safe in saying, "In Augustine. April. Prior to her service in the
f er disinterestedly for a long moment seems to be quite a few these days. the spring a young girl's fancy David Dicks, Jr. (Material Canal Zone, Mrs. West was employed
f his tiny lips curled in a wicked Walter "Chess" Collins celebrated seriously turns to thoughts of mar Group) was signally honored on in the Crew Disbursing Of, .
sneer and his little huckleberry his birthday along with the Easter riage." At any rate, the girls in March 31st by his community of fice here. We sincerely hope you '
colored eyes aid, "Just wait untilI holidays and spent the week- Maintenance have certainly takenon 700 homes located in the 13th will enjoy working with us, Mrs "
get: you home, Pap, and I'll make end at his home in Ft. White. a look of domesticity in the past Ward. He was elected presidentof West, and we are very glad to have
you wish one of us had never been Jack Martin surprised us all last few weeks. They have organized a the Norwood Civic League, a you join us.
born." week by having his wife bring his sewing circle, and any day at noon non-political organization for the I J. A. Marable, principal inspector "
had mOl or less expected little daughter, Patricia, to the of you'll see them as busy as bees betterment of Jacksonville. Included I in the Metals. and Accessories
> fellow to be triplets, but one fice. Jack, she is a darling baby. with their embroidery. Eleanor in the League's program 'Group, passed out the cigars last
te! expect to become the father Since last Thursday was such a Womeldurf is too young, anyway, week after becoming the proud"popper"
presidents at once. It beautiful spring day, we wonder if her boy friend has to finish college Ion blouse. At least that's what of little Robert Walker
f "LUltl have been very unfair to Roy Aciee and Fred Bedenbaugh so she's making herself a ny- she says it's going to be. Marable, who weighed the big totalof
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five and
-- -- ------- pounds eight ounces.
to have had to fightIt -
two of them really had important things to do
out for the Governorship of Georgia ashore or was it just too much to I WINS $100 rOR IDEA Congratulations to you and the
Mrs. J. A
while the third sat unopposedin miss a good fishing trip. Uh, boys? ,
I J. H Smith S2c is
away on a
House. s4vI
the White
Engineering; Division-by Fred I II 20-day leave in Sioux City, Iowa.
Accessories Division by Bob E. CI'ne-In the golf tournament a We know you will enjoy visitingthe
Oook-Spring, and how many of I couple of weeks ago, Charles Lit- lilies, Smitty. Incidentally, howis
c you have heard and seen the little ; tie John really came out with a "Sioux City Sue" ?
mocking bird which sits atop the beautiful score. From now on just Frank Cardamone will have to
A&R main entrance and cheerfully call him "Booby" Littlejohn. i make quite a few ratings to catchup
-, greets us each morning Look for Speaking of golf, the situation is a I with his future wife, a nurse in .
I him tomonow full now with "Scotch I' .
in swing a Fitzgerald Hospital, Philadelphia.She
l What would you think of a fellow Two-Ball" and a "Flag tourna- will receive the rank of lieu..
., who locks his keys in his car, ment" already under our belts. We tenant when she is graduated this
borrows the keys to another car, now are looking forward to our spring, after which they plan to
': drives to the main gate and back, next tournament, coming up the become Mr. and Mrs.
and still doesn't use the car for 26th of April. r W H. Kirk is spending a 15-day
which he got the keys? Ah, yes, I We want to congratulate "Buzz" leave with his family in Norfolk,
Fienchy, 'tie truly Spring. Gamache on getting' moved into his Virginia Upon his return, Kirk will
"Lill" Hastey knows just how to new home How about a housewarming leave for deep-sea duty. Good luck,
terminate a successful fishing I soon, "Buz: ," ? sailor, bon voyage and all that.
arty. All you do, she flays, is ; Guess pretty soon 5-year term It's good to see your pleasant
_!atch your fish, lean over the side pins will be awarded to people 2 C& smile again, Comdr. Allman. We
I and-her-splash-the fish depart :. earning them Wonder how many J JkA missed you while away on leave
and it's all over. All but drying "salty" people will be eligible : during the past month. We know
I I April 1st didn't find more than you had a most enjoyable time.
,\ oht.Take warning, fellow workers h j jBcwaie the usual run of jokes in Engm.i We are glad to welcome other
those cigars Meixcl i ring Guess people aren't what newcomers in our department this,
: ;:: handed out BO freely in the Pro- I they used to be. Why Joke, any- IAaJ week : R. C. Daliberti AMM2oj

.; peller Shop were strictly nil right way. The other fellow will make y ..... J. R. Sturdivant, AMM2c; Edward
' r (except those that were loaded) : something out of it. Isn't that D. Wheat, ACMMPA( ); J. O. Witt,
'Ii but, anyway, congratulations on right ? THE SEAL DRIVING DEVICE which netted Ralph Tompkins a AMMlc, and A. W. Wayne. and w.
; the girl, "Mike", and we're glad Certain persons who rend the $100 check last week from the Committee on Awards to Civil Em hope each one of you will enjoy
I to heat that the new mother and column are wondering why :there ployees is shown by the inventor to Captain J E Doilaon, Assembly working with us.
t, little Barbaia Ann arc doing uo isn't something new. AH were & Repair officer, as Julius deR Quinn, Lt J L, Harper. Comdr, P R II. Barr, ARM2c, II away on
nicely asking io! "did you ever try to write J. Schroeder:: and Jack Silver look on. A total of 92,110 was distributed a 15-day leave in Kansas City,
We arc certainly glad to have I something when you didn't have to 42 miggeetera! ,at NAS: lat week with employers of the (Kan'ia-> Have a good time, Bob
.y F. Leslie with us again, this anything to write about'' 'I Assembly and Repair Department rcccivrng $138 'E' : ,ng with the old gang.'V .

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Captain Howard V. tI..i. ia.. USN SCHOOL
Commatvi'r R.h Ea.ruUv.Lt. P.. Beebe. USN 11 L a.,. The height of disappointment culminated last week fol

lowing one of Chief Osborne's fishing expeditions. (No.-jjts[
C....im.n.l-r J. W. Witliai... USN Now that balmy summer days
didn't He achieved of his
Public InfoimatiiHi< Officer, and bright moonlight nights are one entirely get away) one Mentions
AJvivor to JAK Ait N. -out1lf drum which measured
w here once more, it's awful hardto : I of landing a big one- }

Editorial Olflcel! fur N,tTTC S....ti...., R<*_. taT end IM, concentrate on news for a column around 18 inches. A couple of snapshots: were taken of this
I A4minUtrat.Mi Buillui i Hl.. lei. Kit. ton.! BUTNEGLEY. I monstrosity, and the fish was promptly sliced for salting'

E.lit.ir before it was learned that the pictures wouldn't turn out.
Arthur T. Kaiurrniktli.. SI.N..wri..r All the moaning that was heardin ,' -------
one of the big"wheels"
the barracks last Sunday night
Robert J. Wehlinc, SU wasn't because of nightmares, but
as Graham and Stevens, etc.) hada identify all aviation ordnance, fire
All Ph..to raphf ar. official U. a. Navy Ph t.>*riii>h* n.*.U by NAS birthday last week with a big it was from over-exposures to theearth's I control and turret equipment. Also
Pn'N.L.b and Av. Fund School Puxj( Lab uiil-n* otherwise <.r...iit Miss Gurganious, phase secretary If an Av-Fund student possesses of AC and DC electricity;
We hear that he also had a I baseball potentialities and he shop math: and physics with emphasis
celebration on Sunday! The AEM ,I maintains a passing scholastic on mechanics, optics, and
Gang wishes you many happy returns mark Lt Comdr. Maiteever of the hydraulics applicable to aviation
I II I Negley. P.T. Department would welcome ordnance equipment.
him to baseball practice held nightly -
at the athletic field Two specialty branches of the
ordnance rate are Turrets, and
J. A. McCormick of Class E-25 Number one honor student for ,; Aviation Fire Control. The Turret
is the new teacher in the Genera last week's graduation class is man is primarily concerned with
tor Phase. We want to welcome I James J. Benzie. from Groton. Vt. construction, operation, removal
McCormick "in" as an instructorand with 87.51 His statement
an -
average. installation, and inspection of the
hope that his tour of duty is latest models of turrets. The Fir
profitable to our students and a "The ten weeks I've been in Av- I Control-man performs the
pleasant' one for him Fund School at NATTCenter have requirements on bombsights)}

MOVIE SCHEDULE been largely a review of old subjects bombing attachments, b ;:
with a new or different application director gun and torpedo cameras.
NATTCN. KAI av rage of 85.7 was the high to Aviation than I had The civilian application{ of this
.\.1'TC man of Class E-24. Kakehasi is known. I knowledge would be in delicate
Til UK:,DYY-MILLIE'S DAUGHTER, with Gladys George and from Yellow Springs, Ohio, and is i I "I am glad that my choice of : mechanical work such as jewelry
Gay NUon. Shows at 1315 and 2015. I a graduate of Bryan High School | AETM has been assigned to me : and watch repairing:.,.timing devicea -
FRIDAY AND S"TUUn.YTHE GUILT OF JANET AMES. He has been attached to the A & as I'm interested in that work." I -pressure gauges, voltmeters .
stirring; Rosalind Russell and Melvin Douglas. Shows at 1815 and 20151 R. Accesory Division, }(Inside, Second on the list is John A. and ammeters One could also
Frt and 1400 1315 and 2015 Sat. since boot camp. : Ricci from Troy N. Y., with an I work with electrical wiring and
STl'U-\ -BOOM TOWN featuring Clark Gable Spencer Tracy Asked how he was able to con 1 181.42 average. His statement: I repairing hydraulics battery protection .
Claudette' Colbert and Hedy Lamarr. Shows at 1400. 1815 and 2015. the high man average. Kakehasi "I'm very grateful for having : and repair used: in auto-
MONDAY AND 1.'l.Tt \Y-HIGH BARBAREE with Van John- i smiled broadly and said, "I don't had the opportunity of attending I mechanics'
lOLl ani June Allyson Shows at 181: and 2015.WtU'tSU.YYOU know. I just made an effort to 'I Av-Fund School. It has helped 4.5
: : CANT CHEAT AN ,HONEST MAN with learn the course as it was given." 1 me a great rat' First, it intro- "" ".,re are said to be three
W. C. Fields. Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy Shows at 1815 and Well, that's all that we ask of any i Juced, me to a that I think I'llI
kind. of w.men-the the
student I I enjoy very much: secondly, it provided beautiful
2015THURSDAY-BANJO with Jaquelme White wid Sharyn MoffetShow'at Kakehasi's hobby is radio mechanics I subjects that I had never Intelligent_mnd the mj.irUyOJleial ."
IS! 15 and 2015. and when his tour of duty studied before, and reviewed subjects -- --- ----- --- -
is over in the Navy plans to attenda I that I was supposed' to have :
good college We in the AEM ;( learned in high school. And finally. I II I
I Yellow Water "A" School wish the best of luckto I I the thing for which I'm most II
Kakehasi and his classmates in grateful Av-Fund has taught me I I
THURSDAY SHOW. to like school 41
their new assignments as AEM's. formerly never aI
FRIDAY AND S.TURD.VTHE RAZOR'S EDGE starring Ty cared too much for school
rone Power, Gene Tierney and Anne Baxter< I "Let's not forget the instructors -I
.\MILLIE'S DAUGHTER with Gladys George and Gay Fanciful bunnies and colorful for without these sincere
Nelson pastel dectorations were the back fellows 1 Aviation Fundamentalsjust I 1tt
MONDAY AND TUtSn.-\V-THE GUILT OF JANET AMES with I ground for the Easter' Parade I wouldn't be. I know I'm
Roailm Russell and Melvin Douglas Dance given in the auditorium last I speaking for all the boys in Class:
WIDNFSDAY-BOOM TOWN starring Clark. Gable, Spencer Monday night It was good to see 29 when I say "Thanks fellows
Tracy. Claudette Colbert and Hedy Lamarr. many of our students turn out for for a job well done"
THVRSIAY-NO SHOW. this dance. The BIG attendanceof This week we dropped into Ordnance
personnel and the large numberof Rate Shop to learn what ;, 1
i invited guests who attended, their rate had to offer the Navy
made the Easter Parade Dance trainee. Looks like there's" enough ,
more than successful material here in the Indoctrination 4r
FLEETS IN nightly 1730-2130 Bldg. 517.
shop to teach the student how
Sandwiches and snacks available. NATTCenter Orchestra .
to become a successful Bee-Bee
featured on Monday nights Our Volley Ball team will compete Stacker".

OWLIl'G-Six alleys in Ship's Service available jf with the Marines next Friday The ordhanceman has to use and
to all personnel Monday through Saturday afternoon in the tournament: care for hand tools, small power
170)-2130. League games have priority. 1630 Let's go out and back up our tools and special equipment used
NATTO LIBRARY Located In Auditorium. team. The court is back of Bldg. in this line of work. He has to develop -
Open( Monday Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to 511 Lt. Harlow is mentor for the- ability to read' working

210. Wednesday, 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sunday volleyball team drawings simple wiring diagramsand
1230 to 2100. e blueprints and shop skctihes

ATHLETIC GKAK Available at Gear Locker: Miss Patrick will be on leave pertaining to aviation ordnance B
Physical Training Department Bldg. :SU. next week so Rambo asks that we One has to install and adjust air. .
TENNIS-Racquets and. balls available at Physical refrain from working him to a craft guns and accessories rocket
Training Bldg. 513.SWIALAIING shadow. We will do our best (not launchers shackles gun cameras
and torpedo cameras, pyrotechnics
POOL >f... Recreational swim- saying what though Rambo and
dischargers target equipmentbe
ming for couples and Family Groups-Children must s able to assemble, disassemble!'

be accompanied by parents C. A. Gallant and, D. R Vander- boresight!' and synchronize aircraft

SWIMMING POOL No. I-I iBIJg, 518)) For i goot are entering the tennis tournament guns: care for and perform \line
al Personnel with Guests Children under 12 Gallant is also( entering maintenance including lubrication
unless the horseshoe tournament. of small arms, aircraft guns
an not allowed in the pool accompanied
NavJt shackles racks, rockets target U S. Photo
parent or a responsible adult. Monday thru Navy
130 t> 2045. Saturday 0900 to 2045. Sundays equipment, munition handling DUIK PURPOSE siK-mch gut,
Holidays 1300 to 2045. Joke: Why did the cow get a divorce equipment and aircraft munitions. Navy's powerful new antiaircraft
? Give up, She married a Test tiling: small arms and aircraft'I II
hum provides some relaxation weapon will be mounted in sir
steer! The above corn was guns :
SWIMMING POOL Sit. 2-(fBldg. 419)) For male I contributed by Peg Wallace and is I from the ordinary work. j t twin turrets OH a new light! trainee
Naval Personnel l only. Monday thru Friday 0300 to so green that I will say MO long Along with this the trainee flats. """

[ 1200 and 1730 to 2045. Saturday 09.,)'.) to 2045 Sunday until next week ____ _______ I _. .L
and Holidays 1300 to 2015. > .
Rl ('EPTIN: ROOM-Located in Auditorium for
I NATTC Personnel, relatives and guests Navy Wives Sponsor

WHERE TO C;ASHORE Bingo Party At '," '; ,:, : .

The C. P. O. ClubThe .
JACKSONVILLE IIEACI1ES-Buses leave at frequent Intervals

from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e as Navy), Surf bath-I Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville NAVAL AIR SIMONJftCKSOHWUELft.'
Ing and, other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches Bus'I .:
invites wives of all Naval
fare 25c. Personnel. to attend a Bingo Partyat 5 S \ ;
CANOEING, ns IIIlG.NU BOATING. : Cedar River oa San the Chief Petty Officer's Club
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shote Bus, three blocks from last atop on building 703, Thursday 10 April at .
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes-$100 per hour;.motor 1.30: P. }{. J rr
boaU-$2.03 per hour five to eight people per boat.more This club also wishes to announce ,
that beginning 12 April the :>lJP.
Navy Nursery will bt open from '- ;fi' 1 r
I 0900 to 0100 each Saturday. Due to .f
.71111 I longer hours the monthly rates will ..
be raised to $6 for one child and ,
at life easier J arade $7 for two or more children. The

hourly rates will remain $.20 for
BAXTER P..J.RAlJM-Turr&tltJ out to EM one of the mot successful one child and $25 for two( or more. v' \
el4/1.OQ that hat ever been held at the ffATTCentvr Ait
is as follows: i
Batter D dominated the awl the Raster trams
unmet cen* spirit of
Monday-Friday 8 A. M to 12
vt.-'e81 with the gay colored decvrvtiitni palms, arches and farye A M. '

faster eggs Tuesday P. M. to 12 Midnight/ V

the M Grand March the Wednesday A. M to 6 P. M.
llighliyht of evening UM ( followed by
Door prut The vwner of the lowly earrings and pm net was Mvt Thursday P. M. to 6 P. 1\(.
Norma T\lalr. Saturday 9 A. M to 1 A. M. Sun.
The Nursery i la for the conveni-

Thanks are due to the group of WAVE who worked diligently ence of all Naval Personnel therefore '- .
and vtcriftcrd their spire tima to help decorate and direct the affatrJttttJno bus service is available> on
' wits furnvihed by NATTCenlvr'tt own orchestra led by Yorktown and Allegheny Kd to th..
Tommy Kaye. Nursery A nurse in. on duty dutuit:
the above hours! assisted by a sufficient .
The date for th# next dance hfi not been set yet but the theme number of Navy Wives to
VHtt esther be a ttttrn liana( 01 Hhtpvjrcck Dance. The date will be care for all children admitted to "I'm not trying to ICIJ AWOLI! I used t<. be a hob before I
attnov-ncett kttrr the Nurnery' was! drafted, and I'm practicing getting adjusted to civilian life."

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April 1947 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS. SECTION rage seven

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NATTC Air Kawlers 1947 edition of the Faseballsquad
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} 1'w made its opening seasonal debut against the Univer

Volleyball TourneyFor sity of Florida Gators yesterday afternoon on the NATIG
Division Teams field.

The Air Raiders went into the game as definite underdogs "

Now Being PlayedA since this is their first game and have. had only four!

supervised practices The pitchers

Volleyball Tournament now and catchers, however had been
w + underway is the next sport on NATTC Needs loosening up since the middle of
the docket for all Ship's Co teams I March. While this was NATTC'fl

4rf to determine the eventual winnerof I first test, the Gators already have

the Captain's Trophy, which More PugilistsFor something like four gan:es under

t : will be awarded on May 1 to the i( their belts' and by now their

kr rb team with the highest number of I 7th H. D. Bouts i early season jitters have worn

points.. i' off
The Tourney started last Tuesday I I' Plans are underway'for the 7th I Boss of the Air Raiders again

and will conclude with the Naval District Boxing Tournamentto I this year will be Lt Comdr. Merle

championship game on April 17. be held here at the NATTCenter 'i E. Makeever, USNR, who led the
All games start at 1630, and will Auditorium on the 24th and 25th locals through a successful Mason

: be played on the 8, 10, 11, 14, 15, : of this month. Most teams have last year Being USNR, he in

: 16 and 17 of April with the final submitted their entries, but it remains I scheduled for separation! at anytime
7 game on the 17th. for NATTCenter to completeits ,
AAV rules will be abided by'. squad.
I t Coach Makeever Won) if-IS this
and "Sudden Death' will be the I So far Coach Al Sinibaldi has a
will be manifold. threemen
I year Only
COACH main rule. The usual rule stating
few of the old standby such as have returned from lout
M. E. :Mak, vf'r's wor- that games will be forfeited if the Fisher Jacksonville Golden Gloves :
riea'! will be alleviated T team or teams do not apear 151 I Champion and NATAC Boxing i year's squad Jim Coddington) back
at second base, and Pops Manni -
somewhat this reason minutes after schedule calls for
I of the 147 pound class'
Champion covich and Len Jansen will be tak
be players the game to start will be adhered
a Others striving for a spot on the
ing their turns on the hill Jansenis
From left to pit
e. to.
NATTCenter Card are Del Greco,
scheduled to be shipped out in
T5nt Bill Cuddpitcher 4t
are Paul: Duke d Irland, Perkins, Brockway, Eche. : a few weeks and his departure will
; Don Satterlee, one time memberof
third base leave an extremely big gap in aa
the Boxing squad wil have to
untried mound
base. yet an eOl ps.
Joe Collins first!
be replaced because Don shippedout I
and L K. Still man Other men who have appeared
last night for another base.
shortstop. To the right I, to have sewed up regular position
Coach Makeever IS giv- A wrestling tournament will beheld are Harry Kmckelbine behind the

ing a few helpful pointers at the same time that the I plate, who has just finished a successful
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boxing tournament will take place-
about batting to I : season as Head Coach of
Second Baseman Jim Coach Al Sinibaldi says that .*o NATTC Basketball team, and who
far he has five members'! of the
Coddmgton. one of the owns three years of varsity' base
-four returning- veterans grunt and groan squad of N A TT- ball experience at WI isconsin University

from last ;ar'qUld.\ Behind the plate. -ready to receive the pitch
I is Swift. The team played their first game against University of any form of the Naval Iieeoeuhen Men interested in becoming I who played for the U S Naval -

Florida last night. you complete your presenttour I members of either the Boxing Academy; \\ahoo Mantes, last
------- ---- of 8f.th'edllt)'? Team or the Wrestling Team contact I years football star, who will divide .

BOB PARISH S2c Boston. Mass I Al at Extension 6131 or 82S3 I his time between center field

Outdoor Pools Yes, 1 think it wise to be attached C. S and as' a pitcher; Duke LaHullieiy

neW Book I to some form of the service -, Pueblo, Colo., I SEA)-Emergency at the hot corner and Joe ('oJlinl'
because I think there will be equipment screeched to a at first base both all around athletes .

Reopen With another war!" halt at the scene where one car and experienced ball players *-

NATTC librarIoywood \' I JACK MURPHY, S2c, Kalamazoo, I had ploughed into another and ; L. K. Stillman fleet-fcotcd
Mich overturned Both cars'! were man who will probably' hold down

will probably be buyIng Hot WeatherThe I "I'm either going to do one of wrecks. A woman occupant of one shortstop, and Bill Cudd, another

"BLACK FOUNTAINS b\' three things: sign over join the I of the cars was walking around in pitcher who holds promise

Oswald Wynd for future pro tion It is! a novel of Japan before : Station famous Outdoor 'I I did join the reserve, I'd like to tied at her apparently dazed condition win posts in the fling department

and during the recent war. Omi, Swimming Pools will again be opened '-I get in on that deal where you have one of the new arrival are Denike, Arnold and Ft'rJt'I'J' ,
educated in America, returns to on 14 April for all hands i a little drill and instruction oncea asked: "Hurt?" "No," she answered -. a port-sider Swift, Wallace. and
Japan and finds herself unable to enjoyment with the advent of hot : month and a two week's cruise "But I can't find my' hat Row ell will understudy, KnickeK

accept Japan version of the New weather. Pool No.1, directly be- during the summer" bine behind the plate, while Pedcr.
OnVrr She finds others, including hind Ship's Service is for Naval'
\esterlin and Touchtt in
H. E. COOPER, Sic, Jacksonville son, tip
l>y accident a husband, who think +I I Personnel with guests only Pool i Fla, Olympia, V\ash SEATht'r! outer gardens and Carroll, Chad<
author is No. 2 is on Allegheny Road, twoblocks a moral to this tale, but we hesitate -
the same way.Vhll the I II wick and Johnson the infield
I m already' in the reserve, and, in
to it out.
Yorktown point Supt. Ray Ryan -
must' south of Ave.,
obviously' suggesting that we |
I are fighting to hold down berths
believe it
me, s a good deal state told
of the reformatory
seek out and preserve the democratic ,, and is for male Naval Personnel 1 I
only, GARRETT CRASHAW, AMM3c, group of legislatorse: had an ;
and liberal elements in Japan -:,
Nashville' Tenn. inmate who couldn reador
and that defeat did not automatically Senior Life Guardsfor I
I I Competent 'No. when excerpt front
I my enlistment ends, write In six months at the in-
end Japans New Order, ,, both pools will be furnishedby "
mv military life ends stitution he learned to write. Now
this is still an adventure and love the Physical and Military Train- FELIX ; CNA Tra Athletic:
BARLOW AOM2c, Spar- we have him back as a forger
worth Division all hours of
story reading Ing during tanburg, S. C.
novel written in the Student Life Guards
A new swimming "I'm Bulletin 1Z-47
in the reserves!! and I wish
Grand Hotel pattern is Arthur will come from Aviation Fundamentals I
were in the regulars"KEITH
"DOUBLE IMAGE." Thexettinc and will be HELEN HIGHWATER
supervised by
, BALL, S2c, Riverhead, N The NATAC has a right to
: is'! Macs Tourist CabinsIn the Senior Life Guards, Duringthe Y."I'm.
North Florida The lives of the Spring and Summer, while I _" '\ r be proud of their entries in
itinerants who stop there touch, these outdoor fools are open for at Columbia.going to be" too busy studying ",.,., the All-Na\v Basketball) tournament

mingle briefly then separate with I Recreational Swimming, the Indoor L. B. BERGER, Sic, Ashland Va. &: J''r", 1 at Great Lakes Both
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such drastic results as suicide and I Pool Bldg 614 will be med for "I'd like to get in on that ta- NATAC teams lost their first

jnurder"THE LEFT HAND IS THE I Instructional The pools have purposes specially only fixed tionkeeper deal Of course, my' game, placing them in the consolation

DREAMER" by Nancy Wilson : chlorinated water, which is under plans time. are indefinite at the present bracket. NATTC Jax

Hois Is an absorbing! very well I Public Works running at all times, ANDY HASTINGS 'S2c at one time 19 points behindin
written novel telling of a dissolving and every 24 hours the pools havea ford, Conn, I their game with the L>
and the consciousness fresh turnover of water in them. ,
; marriage "Sure, why not? I like the >r A w Jeune Marines came backvery
gained from a new love ;There are I Listed' below are the time schedules Navy." '" ,
many unforgettable' characters for the two pools. ELIOT "i strongly to finish one
ouch as Uncle Philander, "the first I Pool No. 1 HWg. 518 Pa. Philadelphia -. I point behind. Three free

Harvard man in Montana and Monday' thru 'rida-ISOO to 2045: "I'm staying in the Regular : throws in the final minute do

many observations you will real Saturday-00 to 2045: Navy, I'm going to be a twenty- cided the game. They won
casually and suddenly realize are !Sunday and Holiday*--1SOO to 2045 year man." I
their second and third games
quite I Tool No. 2 nJtI Ig. 419Monday M. P. STEELE, S2c, Chicago, III
Do know why the Govrrn- easily They well hav
you r may
thru Friday-0900 to 1200 Certainly want to be ready
moves to make ).Ir. Adam and 1730 to 2045 to go In case of another national l MLN..INI"Aw i I been the AlI- a")" Champions

)Ic Property No.1 ? and wny !, tunlay-{0 to 204 emergency:' and were acknowledged by all
Army wants, him kept a Mill- I don't need all this pad
lIt ... "
and 1300 2045 '
Secret A young: newspaper- !Sunday Holiday M-- to present as one of the out.
Long Beach, Calif. ding
Will the
'looking for no trouble acctWnaJly I JJW.rkt'wy i standing teams present.
City Council
turns up the biggest storyof Calif. (SEA) Mar- fine me if I don't I
riage to four wives doesn makeit raise my tenants rent 20 per
his career What happened and "
('ent' questioned ft'minine'oice SHAKE CHAMP .
bigamy, according to William ,
what happens will be left to you of the ,
A. Cannaday', 42, who admitted he- city editor It took a bit of u
to find out. All you have to do is '
persuasion, but the city editor assured -
married them but stated they were
read MR ADAM, by Pat FrankPhiladelphia I' her that
I J al lover 40 and "a woman over 40 she was safe as
long as she didn't raise the rent
SEA) Joseph knows her own a N'
more than 20 per cent "
Horsey, convicted of larceny can't d

complain he was treated unfair by New York (SEA)Upon investigating New York-Mrs. Bertha Singer
'Judge Byron A. Milner, who passed' the reason for a steady 2fcO-pound Brooklyn housewife

sentence on him, The judge agreedto stream of satisfied customers became wedged in her bathtub and
Honey's request to be sentencedto leaving Samuel Korbeck's shoe repair was held prisoner for 17 hours be-

Eastern penitentiary, because shop! without mended- footwear fore her garage mechanic son ,
had football team The ,a plainclothesman found f
they a good I and a husky eight-man emergency
Judge gave Horsey one to two Korbeck was operating a 25-cent- police squad were able to rescue '

years to make the team. ,n-drink speakeasy.! __ her by using quantities of rubbing )'

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; J ) % e : Five Local BoxocdzTake |., _

.: _...,.. Titles In MeSt?: "
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j. By Bill Kehl."S2i ; .

I Five of the eight scrap'r ? .,

\ \ who trekked to West Palm .

Beach, Fla., last week returned

to NAS Jax as FloridaA.

A. U. titlists NAS Jax

swept honors in the meet and
t r I r garnered 82 points \o win the
{ ibfn s AAU team trophy, emblematicof

team supremacy.

: First of the two featured maulers -
who lived up to expectations
;i iH5 iS was Henry Schillizi. The local
i bantamweight socker took a cou..
a ,4 : In b.r I pie of minutes to see what his

S -. e opponent had to offer, then sail-
ed into him with a slashing body

Sihilli/i kept him at a distance
in the second with stiff jabs
but in the third round he again
uncorked a steaming assault to the
midsection and tossed in a few
hot shots to the head. Schil
won a unanimous decision '
the judges.
k- --- -----. lohn Torres. NAS middleweight,
the other pronounced favorite, I
dropped his man in the second
Four of the il\ t b.."\ti, > wh. walk",
round of the semi-finals and kept
off with honors in the Florida A A I t' Top center I Henry Si-hillizn: : gives the his blasted with jabs
meet held last week at West Palm Bea*'hFla bag a rough going over. much in the opponent
I and body punches in the final
.. are shown as they go through then A&p" same manner as he gave his foes in bout. Torres outsmarted his foe 'I
daily work-outs at the boxing pavilion t the bantamweight group at West Palm {
in the finals his time
by taking ,
looking forward to the coming Seventh Bea<'h. Schillizi has now won three imp I
Naval District Tournev scheduled here 'i tent scraps the Golden Gloves crown, making his man open up to fight, ., :
and then !) him twice before
24 & 25 April, The whole NAS Jax boxing the N'ATAC diadem and now the A. A
the startled down-state
team was invited to represent FKn! i title ( Top right) John Torres, who youth
could get set on defense Torres
Ida in the National A. A e. meet being v on the middleweight crown, al ;o took
won a unanimous decision.
held in Boston this week but had to turndown t iht olden Gloves middleweight group 1
the invitation because of the heavy it lax recently. A power fighter, Toro Then came Richard Casciano
work-load here. The fifth winner, Aaron '- \\' one of the best boxers at the who took the junior bantamweight
Garcia who won his fight by a knock- AAU. meet. ( Lower center) Jimmy championship by winning two
out. was not present when the picture R-gan who outclassed Mike Hernandez unanimous decisions in his first!'
were taken Garcia fight fans will recall s to win the lightweight bracket was time in the fight ring. Cascianohad
is the young scrapper who dashed one ot the crowds favorites because of only donned the mitts two 4
into the ring at the Jax Golden Gloves aek his splendid footwork and the snappy weeks before this meet. '
and started to disrobe only to find out ? iab which the Irishman threw at his In the finals, Casciano outclassed -
much to his amazement that he had opponents in the quarter' and semi-final his tall slim foe with slashing

forgotten to put on his trunks Maybe k bout Aaron Garcia who is not shown body punches and a flurry of blows
he was afraid lightning would strike wa one of the two boxers in the tourney in the waning minutes of the final
... twice In the top left photo is Richard who won by knock-outs. Garcia had iound to easily top the bantam-
Casciano who copped honors in the fly- his man floored twice in the second championship
round befote the fight ended with a K.
weight class It was quite remarkable Anon Garcia didn have to
too, that this young slugger should cop O in the final minute of the second fight until the final night but ran .
an A A U title in his first outing canto. into some trouble in the first
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NAS-NATTC Officers' Pin Match RELIEF FROM HEAT 1 Call Issued For hit Garcia in the face with a stiff 4

COMES MO DAY WHEN : Tennis Players left jab and floored him later in
the first frame, but Garcia held'on
Postponed For 7th N. D. Tourney OUTDOOR POOLS OPENJust I. guys Calling can put all racketeers'away the 'cards No you and for the rest of the round.

three more days! Yes, just dice; the kind of racketeers were; Garcia came back in the second
Plans are being made for the coming inter-station bowling match three more days, and anyone and referring to are tennis enthusiasts. round and threw three or four
between NATTC and Mainside officers. The match was scheduled for I everyone who has been a victim I. The tennis call was issued by Lt.I I solid punches and a couple of head
next week but because of the big 7th Naval District Bowling Tournament -]I of this sweltering heat wave can Paul King this week, and anyone I tosses to wear his opponent down.
to be held on the NAS officers' lanes next Friday and Saturday'I drown I ? ) his heat worries in the interested in trying out for I The referee finished the fight giv-

the NAS-NATTC affair has been postponed until the following week. outdoor pools which ate scheduledto the racquet team should contact ing a TKO decision to Garcia.

The officers' bowling league scrambled up its standings last week: officially open at 1200 Monday him at Bldg. 726 or phone 593. The fifth winner. Jim Regan,

and no longer are four teams tied I --------------1 I The pools have been given a.. Now that King Sol has blessed outpointed Mike Hernandez, a
for first place and four for second Mainside complete overhauling and are just Florida with some sun tennis is team member, both putting on a
The Executive Department by winning I Outpoints about ready for the first contingentof beginning to make its debut hereat classy show of leatherpushing.He .
a forfeit from Flight No 12 swimmers. Yes, with the hot NAS. Matches have been sched- won his semi-final tilt by dropping *
moved into a tie with ATU No 6 NATTC In Three-Day I,I Florida sun shining brightly above uled with Florida and Georgia his opponent in one minute
who beat NARTU for top place in I many of the swimmers will be nurs- II Universities and with several other I and six seconds of the first round '

the loop EM Bowling Event ing sore backs before the first naval stations. Both officer and I' with a smashing right hand to the
Supply and Accounting Flight week of swimming is completed. enlisted personnel are invited to head Regan copped the senior

No. 12 "ATU No 4. and A & R I Despite handicap of 1100 pinsMamside's Better be careful .try,. for the team. I lightweight division crown
for ---- --- --- --
are running neck-and-neck second I six EM bowling teams -- -
place while 7th Naval DistrictOperations still flattened enough to beat THEY SET ENVIABLE RECORD

and NARTU pull up NATTC's six kegling outfits by a : easa.. r::!. '!-. .-1 I- L=_ I
the rear. The four outfits tied for I I 33,704: to 33,570 score. The tourn-
second have won three and lost ament ran for three nights and l
three apiece while the latter two : was rolled at both NAS and NAT : a4W
lave won two and dropped four I TC alleys. r ;-
Lt. William H. Livingston ATUKo
Malnstde. into the final
4. and Lt. Samuel P Wiggins going
night was trailing NATTC by 160
N D tied for f
Ttft Operations high
pins but the bowlers from lA Tt"came
scorer of the week each carding
through with a 2f150 series
18T. Not far behind the two leader -
to pull Mainside out of the hole!
are Lt. F. Carpenter ATU
with a big enough margin to gui
No. 6, ltd Lt Ed Smolensk. A&R,
them the match.
with scores of 184 and 179/respec
tively. Scores of the tournament wett -
TEA 6656; TEB 6461; TAF
This week will end competitionfor
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the officers' loop and the win-
6550; VM-6754 : ATU- 6950
ner will receive a trophy. Next I Marines
VA-ATU-6533; ; -
week the alleys will be conditioned I --6885,
for the District tourney whichis
I High man for the three-day Nt
open to officers and enlisted a, ,
Bouchard AM2c, who
personnel) event was ,
-- .- -- scored a 276 on the second nightof
competition. For N-AS, Hoffmanof rxI
Only One More IATU was tops with a 214. He I '. t r;
I also copped scoring honors for a
Wrestler Needed I series with riJ6.q ,l

For ChampionshipsOnly i ,

Team Scores Of I :
one more man is needed to : :

flll out the NAS Jax wrestling : I
roster-the 128 lb. class. When
this class u filled the NAS mat- EM Tourney Can Be

men will be ready to meet all comers I
I k
the big 7th Naval District > ,
Found 7
Wrestling Championships to be On Page
held here at the Mainside Audi I 5).

torium, 2 and 3 May. i t
The local grapplers will face Bouchard, who bowls l for;: NAT j

some of the stiffest competition of TC, is one of the outstanding en-
the South and Southeast in the listed keglers stationed here and
championship rounds, as many of in the ensuing 7th Naval District 4
the stations in the 7th Naval Dis- Bowling Tournament, to be held -
trict have already entered their next week, he should be one of the nETTERLTETil.NNE'E i---Ui--!!::;! ; took some me-to- get all the players of the NAS JaiC M
men ranking bowlers to be entered by cage squad together at ne tune but finally: the Fliers were snapped on their last day of [practic:l;T'Fbe t''1.
Any man' in the 123 1b, bracket NATTC He will l he Reeded as the Khera ended their season with au outstanding record ot: 22 wins against eight wetback: They also
interested in trying out in tins top enlisted' man in the tourneyif copped the Florida ABC state championships for the second straight year Starting at the 1, and '
rough-and-ready sport should contact lio qualifies with the name high following through the "N" are Art Heed, Byte Davies, Jim DeGroote, Buck Buntin, T, S, Ary, EJ Y/ou-
the wrestling coach, I..t, Pnui <*. '11 'H which he has rolled in the mans, Bill KelU, Bernie ICutchavcr, Jim Rea, John Uuey, Cookie Morris and Harry Platt (n the inset
King, at Bldg 726 tr 1'(1 r.'1 i': at the right in Oomdr nay Pfliim wllo was the "brains'' of thta fine cage .outfittoys

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