Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 1947
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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.. Vol. 5-No. 3 jEgggsfefc u nrrii4 i I 17 April 1947


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

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:,; AT JAX CRAIG FIELD Commuted ration men who

.If!' .: The famed "Blue Angels," \ DisciplineAn eat: their noon meals at the

.- the Navy's crack flight exhi- Art! Main Galley found yesterdaythat
!: bition team which
is based
the current inflationary
here, will again star in the

Southeastern Air Show scheduled EDITOR'S NOTE; This H the ; spiral had struck them.

z. for 2G and 1 27 April at comludinti/ article; in o series writ-? I Instead of the usual thirty-cent

Craig Field on the Beach t> n bi"> Lt. Comdr. Drew Martin, charge prices had jumped an additional
AS ryal Officer. cents to the
Road, it was announced this up
week cost of lunch to an even half dollar .
Here is part of what Websteihas
With the commuted ration allowance -
Having scored a big hit last year to say about discipline: DM- but 65 cents a day near-
at the first annual SoutheasternAir iplnif. is training \ihuli correct,
all of It will to the
ly go generalmess
Show and Exposition: in its ",,o/rit strengthens, or perfects; it
for of the
debut before the public" the team's I.v lontiol gained; by enforcing obed 'I meal. purchase midday
return performance will be a stel <" n<'> or order, ai in any military( ,
Jar attraction. Since their first w ..v v'rrifP : a ma.tpr in the art o/I I IrI The increased price for noon
public appearance one year ago yr A 8'ipl/llf'/ hence the, quality or.. chow was ordered by Washingtonand
the flying aces have gained an .s/(,/r of ouirilnirtiatMKl through local Commissary officers had
enviable reputation in aviation circles ." '\flf-tontrol 1 .'' no alternative but to institute the

from coast to coast. Discipline begins with and centers fifty-cent charge
There will be other Navy fliers -- around the individual Many It was stated in the directive
and aircraft participating in the : of us are supremely fortunate in j that hospital messes were not in-
event, too, according to the Information having been brought up in homes cluded in the order *
.A received by the JAX AIR : where discipline was one of the big .
,4 ,'" NEWS. Plans are not jet complete I I factor in our early lives. Our parents -
r- for this additional portion II I I by practicing selt-dircipline.
NAS Catholic Choir
of the Navy's exhibition, however. taught us the fundamentals ot discipline .
.,+% Last year. a flight of SB2Cs and order and the importance
Corsairs teamed up for a simulated __..,.......... .. .- .. ......._ ,.yW-.r- ".-.-" ,, -_ __... I ot the other fellow. Those of us Featured On ProgramAt
co-ordinated attack on the HEAR ADMIRAL RALPH D\\'ISON. Commandant of the Seventh who did not have the advantage
:; 'field in a demonstration of the tactics Naval District and Chief of Naval An Advanced Training hurl- ot 1 Lome discipline have had 10 St. Augustine
J't used by Navy fliers against ed the first ball of the season last week when the NAS Flier baseball learn the harder way mostly by
r the Japs in the Pacific nine opened its 1917 home season against the Cherry Point Marines!'! I trial and error, and greatly guided
;r::1it.:/ The top-notch pilots who makeup Admiral Davison's perfect throw seemed to bring the Fliers luck, for by instinct. If we possessed good Th NAS Catholu Choir was
't.; : s the team include Lt. Comdr. R. they trounced the Marines, 82. Admiral Davison also attended the instincts we came by selfdiscipline featured on a program for the
:::tr' J. M. Vons. Lt. Comdr. M N. Wick- second home game on Thursday which the Fliers won, 10-8 (Other, I rather naturally, or if not, we Florida Federation of Music Clubs,
held] at the Ponce de Leon Hotelat
-1 endoll- Lt. Comdr Robert A photos on page Si. had to learn by stepping on the !
St. last
Augustine Friday
. : Clarke Lt C. A. Knight, and Lt other fellow's foot, and thereby i ii
W. C. Strike! 'I Bishop-Elect Thomas J. l\fcD.n-
j : Ijg) May.Louise Spare i subjecting ourselves to certain
ough the principal speaker,
I rules known as disciplineThe gaveshort
introductions each rendition

). :,J District greatest happiness comes of the Choir.
Sheldon And Bowling Tourney to those who have learned and who j
)1 I practice selt-discipline; There are ',I Listed on the program were
; All-Girl Orchestra very few of us who do not know |i Gregorian Requiem:! Mass." Mis-(
Will Open Here Tomorrow :: the difference between right and i| nificat ((8th Psalm Tone), an An-

{ wrong. In modern society, if a 'i tiphone 'lAvae Maria-Mode I), an
)1 To Play For Dance Introit I Requiem Acter-nani-Mode
'... Sounds of crashing tenpins will echo and te-echc steadily tion person because cannot" of make a feeble this!'!mind distinc-or |I II VI), another antiphone I In Para-

.J' Howdya like your musK, at the Officers' Bowling Alleys tomorrow and Saturdayas I other illness, he is not strictly disum-Mode VII). a hymn (Adore:
awmgsters Sort and low or in : close to half a hundred kegleis toe the ]line in competition I amenable to discipline. and either II i Te Devote-Mode V)I. and the Am-
r the form of red hot jazz' Take brosian Chant "Gloi'in In Excel>>isDeo"
: lor top honors in the big Seventh Naval District Bowling I his family or the state is held responsible .
choice take -Mode IV
( your or both, for for his behavior. Our discussion
you'll get some of each tomorrow Championships. I is about those who The many noUaie musicianswho
night when that "lady of Four teams }have entered the District NAS !
masterful tourney : : make this fundamental distinction : attended the !'lo'1'ah1: r.a
rhythm, Louise Sheldon, takes Jax NATTC Jax, Green Cove There is no joy or satisfaction realized well pleased by the ability of the
the stand, swings her baton and Springs, and NAS Banan'a River. ; NAS Jax in the Distr1ct-meet from extra duties, restriction local Choir and compliment: "d Ci .

i-;{, of ends the her orchestra through some Action will get underway tomor- [ The winners in the singles com- I to the station, loss of pay by''i Edward Bryan, the dil'.wtor)11
swmgiest and swayiest music row evening at 2000. petition and in team encounterswill fine, confinement in the brig, co.i- the fine performance

.a : locked that to Mainside in Auditorium has I Qualifying rounds for the NAS ., receive trophies for winning finement on bread and water', or a Included in the C:loir arJ Fran
a time.
; Yes. Miss Sheldon Jax bowlers were held Tuesday in their respective classes. 'I prison sentence at Portsmouth, but I cis J. Barlow.) Armand P. B ,lit,
her All
: Girl Orchestra will and Wednesday of this week but re- |I Those entered by Lt Comdr. these are the penalties or prices Aldo W Cas.rucci, l-'ranc.s J,
Crew's Dance tomorrow play for a suits were not obtainable at press I William O. Steinke in the officer's which must be paid by selfish and ; Clark G. I. Cook, Bich...d JDu-

; .. .. starting at 2030, and evening chillen, time yesterday. ; outfit include Lt. Edward Smolenski -',I thoughtless members of the naval rand Tony A. I,'ae>, Rudolph! For> o,
-I p when she says "dance," well all II t!>II' Since there were so many inter- Lt (jg) John S. Kemp, Lt. service. Albert J. Janicik. Frank Majdi-
you hep cats can do Is-DANCE! ested keglers from :Mainside who Samuel D Wiggins, Lt William:' The: ama:i H/ fact 14 that, self' lenic Benjamin H. McAllister\ E1-::
.' This will be Miss Sheldon's wanted to take part in the tour-1 I I H. Livingston, Lt (jg) Earl E. discipline M such an easy thing. mund F. Moran: Jr. Alfred JOuellette. .
I'. appearance at NAS Jax second in- ;I ney. the Physical Training and : Renaker, Lt. .jg ) Vernon Fierce I It t* so eavy that those who practice I C. L. Pettf r, J,,. ..c S
:: 1; six months. She made' such a big I Welfare Department deemed it Ens Ed Youmans, and Lt. Comdr. it are equally amazed that its Quinn. Joseph Rigley, and L*,

'; ; ,' hit with the "music lovers" last necessary to work out a system' (Continued on 1'age 3)) (Continued from_ Page__ *) Sarafin. .
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ten Mainside
time that the Welfare Department, so top keglers
in line with its policy of bringing;' could carry NAS Jax's colors into B SCOUTS VISIT STATION I

;i "name bands to the station perl-I the finals of the tournament. |I I II ..
. '1 bdically brought Miss Sheldon All the bowlers entered from .
group. back by'popular demand. :NAS Jax rolled in open competition !,. ,
Not only will the dancing be this week and the ten top I :,.
by courtesy of Welfare, but free bowlers from both the officer and S
cokes a* well I enlisted groups were to represent I

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Field Narrowed To 12 In

} i'' Officers' Golf Tourney

:."t, ; .
J ONt\ of a field of nearly 70 links. '
'1d: ''t l+ men who entered the Officers' Golf) ices Lt. Comdt, John larrobino
-.1 Tournament here two weeks ago and 2. in the quarter.tinal play
+ .. ,: .. only a dozen remain to vie for Lt. Truter and Comdr. Born won
.:?, .: top honors in the final rounds scheduled '' over their opponents by carping "\

I :i 11' for this week-end. There will ; the same scores, one up. against
: be two finalists in each of the' Captain William Gentner and
'.: three brackets. Comdr. Vincent Sweeney respe .

I In the championship flight Lt. tively. 1r, 1 lMw
Jack Jones Lt. Comdr William In the first flight, Ens. Youmaru- \

Foley Lt. Carl Truter, and Comdr I turned in one of his better rounds b.4 .i ire4
Howard Born will play for the of golf for the season by defea' 0 1. ,1
title. In the first flight Ens. Ed ing Lt. Martin Dana, two up. LI .jN .
Youmans: : Lt. John Posthumes, Lt. Posthumes won over Lt. Com.i\\ 3A
Comdr. Robert Farkas, and Lt. Joseph Chucknow 2 and l I. a- 4p t 4//
Comdr. F. P. Ballenger will vie did Lt Comdr. Ballenger UVt'l :< A .J
tor the diadem Lt Comdr Del- Comdr Russell Ford Lt. Comdt .
win Liane, Captain James! Grant, Farkas cam from behind (UK> III. I
Lt, Henry Cleland, and Lt Bain the game to defeat Lt. Art (unstav -' .
: Allan will contend for the crown I on, :2. \n-.l: 1 -"..':
In the second flight. I Lt. Coiiuir Liane droppe.1 t ( iII,,' : .
To reach the semi-final round tam Vernon F'eehles, 5 and r> t'a -

Lt. Jones: had to beat the medalist!' I'' lamea Grant won over CaptituVoit > ':' J..A""
of the meet Lt D. Hornier, t ( Callahan, 3 and 2. and LI t .

'' and 3, to pull one of the upsets 1 Cam Allen copped hia match wall ....'- .
of the tourney The other upset Lt Com r. Jerold Ahifi 2 up, in ROY SCOUTS from vj.'Iited-tho
11CaSL I ( Troop 91 who station last week crowd around for a look through the
came when Lt Comdr Foley dropped ore second flight 'rho other win glass dUI their,tour of the
I long l1g control tower Accompanied by Scoutmaster M E Taylor, the boy(
pue of the pre-tourney favor (Continual on Page 8) also visited the boat house and went for a swim in the indoor pool

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IF A SERIOUS FIRE should break out at NAS, the first line of defense is the Station Fire Department

Part of this important organization is shown in action in the photos above as they go through ,

their paces in a fire drill I Left) Firemen raise ladders to reach roof of barracks. <( rush to the ladders with fire hose. Right( ) They prepare to climb to the roof with the hose <( tom) Atop the roof, they play a stream of water on the simulated blaze. The Fire Department headedby 'jI -
Fire Chief A. L. Van Landingham, is now core posed of both civilian employees and enlisted personnel
Says Fire Chief Van Landingham, "It's imperative to remember at a station like this with its many
frame structures that fire triples its size just two minutes after it Itarts--and that in eight minutes it isBO
times its original size."
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"Batter up': Pass the peanuts, Hello, everybody: Yes, I'm back
please and kill the umpire!" I after braving the blizzards of Chicago By J. F. HELEN, ACMM

That fine old game. baseball, is i and the rain storms of Missouri There is a certain Chief pill

with us again, or rather we're I Oh, yes, this blessed sun pusher" running loose on this base !
gui ig to be with it more often now. You just don't know. For twenty who claims to be a fisherman His EndorsesHospitalization
The Jacksonville Baseball Club days I had to put up with wet name is Paul "Minnow" Myer Employees Association

will be host to patient groups several feet. Now to get things rolling. Seems that he went fishing' a cou-
times each month, beginningwith You gals who have been on the ple of weeks ago and had himself
this coming Tuesday night, station for two or more years may quite a large time During the & Medical PlanThe
22 April. Take note, all of you remember Lt. Comdr. Katherine course of the day, Paul finally

baseball fans, and if you want to Rahl, Lt. Verla Hill, Lt.
IfI; see your Red Cross worker I Bori :e, and Lt. I ijg) Ruth Hull his pole and, lo! and behold, no been endorsed by the Employees Association for Civil Service Employees
Had occasion to see these civiliansin fish. On closer examination, how- of the Naval Air Station Jacksonville, it was announced yesterday -

The Hospital Softball Team Chicago, with the exception of ever, he did see a fish. Yes, there : by A. O Anderson, Civilian Personnel Officer.
played its best game of the year Lt. Comdr. Rahl who is still Navy en the end of his line was a According to a letter sent by the Association to the Commanding
no tar when it upset the fast A&R and who is soon to be dischargedfrom bream How big? you ask. The Officer, the Board of Directors adopted a resolution recommending the
team by the overwhelming score the Naval Hospital They fish was actually three-quarters of two plans to station employee
of 82. It was a wt'll-played game send greetings and best wishes to an inch long. Poor Paul had all only after exhaustive study of the
for no early in the season, and if old friends, and if you're passing he could do to land it, also. You Fleet Reserve Ladies various hospitalization plans aval

tbe boys can keep up that pace, we through Chi, look 'em up, should be ashamed, Paul. Sponsor Dance At Hyde j able. Prior to making a decision! ,
can expect them to go far this All in all, I was glad to get Chief Farmer is turning out to conferences were held with representatives -
year. The big need for the team back and be greeted with splash, be quite a pilot. He has been seen Park Country Club of the different organizations

now is just a little more gear and splash, gurgle, gurgle as the NAS over the station a couple of timesin sponsoring group plans of
Ktmie transportation now and then. I outdoor swimming pools officially an aircraft called a PT. Very Plans have been completed fora this nature, it was stated.
We know that all of this will be opened. And so another summer nice going, bud. dance at the Hyde Park Country I Plans are now being formulatedfor

worked out for us in time. i is ushered in. Say, fellows, the sea bass are Club tomorrow night by the Ladies' I the organization of groups in
t I'd like to say "thanks" to Mar- running off the snapper banks. Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve each department. These groups in

Everybody loves a mystery, sowe've tha Glover for the swell job she This can be proved by the follow- Association to raise funds turn will be headed by group leaders
heard, and especially' one involving did as guest columnist during my ing, who caught a hundred pounds for a permanent homesite for who will handle the details of
Branch 91 it was announced
pretty girls. The YWCA absence' Funny thing, she wouldn't Saturday; Chief Paul Critz, Chief the program within their respective
Mrs. Cleo C. Wjeges, the auxiliary's I
Business Girls group will presenta keep the job. Hamner, Chief Myer, Chief Nelen, groups.
"Mystery Play" tomorrow nightin As to transfers this week, Eloise L. L. Morrison, Sic, and "Fergie" publicity chairman.The I Information as to the benefits
dance to all members costs, limitations, and method of
the Recreation Hall at 1930 Petty is now with the WAVES Fergerson. The sea was very
Better read up on your Dick Tracy Unit and making like a choppy but we had a very fine of the Fleet Reserve, the Ladies' : enrollment in the program may be I
yeoman Auxiliary, and their guests, is the obtained from Michael Cascone,.
and come on over. eh, Pet ? We mechs always make time. That is, all but L. L., who
first sponsored by the auxiliary Employee Services, Industrial Relations "
became slightly, well you know.
good right And Ellen
yeomen, since its organization.: Eddie Reynolds Department, Building 459,
All of the Ad. Building crew Jurd moved from the Photo Lab to Something he ate, no doubt. and his orchestra will fur- extension 532 _*

have been busy this week congrat- the chow hall, much to her lik Chief Phillips and his wife are nish the music. Tickets may be obtained .
ulating Chief Hope ,on the arrivalof ing. You made Ruth LeVere very leaving us for the West Coast.
from members, or at the
his brand new 1947 baby daughter. happy with that move, Ellen. She Good luck to you both, and .we door Strike SpareContinued I
Both mother and daughter are likes A&R. hope that Terraplane will make it ,
home now and doing fine, Arrangements for the dance ( from Page 1)
One of the first of the 47 gal OK.Chief
were "by a committee Including -
"Snookums" Potter ACM
to be discharged was "Flo" Nelson Steinke.
Starlight, starbnght sure who left for Chicago Thursday. from A&R, is also leaving us. We Mrs. Elizabeth Mrs. Mildred G Miller C ,Mellor Mrs., Some of the enlisted personnel
For Good luck Flo. hope that his next tour is pleas- entered Chief Robert Koser
hope it doesn't rain tonight Frances P. Gamache Mrs. Vern are ,
} be "Star blessed leave Julie I ant for him, too. Good luck, Pappy, Photo Lab. and G. F. D.
if it doesn, there a Going on are J. Marshall, Mrs. Rena Applebaum Hanky,
light Shindig" out in the grove. Steele and Irene Nagel. Have : and keep smiling and Mrs Connie I. Westmoreland F, Dechert, K A. Girard A. :J. j
Cross your fingers and go into fun gals, but watch out for the Tuesday's Bingo was a very fine Nolin, N, J DiLullo, J. Burr, and
cahoots with the weather man weather. Back to the barracks affair. We had some visitors from urday evening dances A. J. Hoffman from IA TV.

but come on over, rain or came Ann Tillman whose husband across the Big Pond, A. Sogaard, Has any notice been taken of Entered from A&R: are G W.
shine That's 1930, tonight. shipped out. Welcome back, Ann. H. W Hansen, and H. Shaeffer, the bulletin board in the bar? Oakes A. B. Krzesowlach, Nul-
The WAVES basketball team warrant officers in the Danish There is a little black box there fen, Frank Cardamone, Duval

The corpsmen received a hard banquet went off with a bang at Navy. These boys are over here to for items you wish to have published I Cook, Durington, Pelter, Carlson' ,
blow this week when Chief Cooper the Seminole! Hotel Friday night get checked out in good old PBY's.Maybe in this column. Sure would I H. A. Flowers, J. L. Gallagher,
received his orders to NATTC Our congrats to Margaret Jones some of you have noticed appreciate any little contribution. Kline, and Field
Dispensary. He is the one person for the shortest speech of the eve- I them coming in for a landing or ATTENTION CHIEFS OF BARRACKS 'I The VM outfit has entered three
For the most zooming the housing area on a contestants: Pellegini White and
responsible for all of our athletic ning. being surprised 700! ,
let's that the next and shocked person, guess who Their plane is orange- I Zayac. ADU has four in the keg.
just hope
gear There is
winged and has a silver-gray fuselage a new double-burner Si-
one is half as good as he Me'! Again, gals, my thanks. To ling tourney, Wright Kinder, E.
lex coffee maker in the barracks.
Rump, lets have that chatter on I W Wilsey, and Wilczewski.
It sure is nice to go over For instructions in the
Some of the art of installation
lucky winners at -
the hall now and have a nice the Softball field this year. To NAS Banana Rivei' will <*ndseven
mess Ruth LeVere, slow down. To "Lindy" our Bingo were Mrs O J, Tuck, please contact Chief men to take part in the
cold of iced tea with our
glass Mrs. M H. Pick Ambual Seems that the chief bolted
Kennedy, Marge tournament
Lindgren, good thing that including Lt. Robert
meals. That makes a big hit with L. Peterson, Sgt. Maj. J. S. AHif- this very fine coffee maker to W
chair was under you. Long live Koberg, John Rozier, Thomas
all' hands. Also the new screen
fi, E. E putt-putt) Etter, W. W the table to discourage anyone
indeed "Pluto. High point gal for the Shepperd, A. J. Batdorf J C
doors are very nice Reeves, and Chief Phillips There with thoughts of malicious mischief -
season was "Laddie" Vladeff with Craig, C. S. Farrell, and Bill Ser-
Y I were about seventy persons there and then left the wrench buco.
223 points in 26 games Congratu-
Chief Brown put quite a bit of right next to the coffee maker
lations, Laddie. A good time was Friday evening's winners were to Two teams have been entered
effort into his Hotel party which had by all, even later at the barracks Mrs. E. E. Etter, Chief S A. Pa- encourage same Chiefie, how from NATTC Jax. One in the formof
was turned down by the welfare eh Rump roll Mrs. H. B Prichard, Mrs. P. could you pull such a boner an "A" team, and the other as

beard They had not quite enough To all of you interested in tennis C. Bade, Chief B. B. Shepard, What happened to Chief Matieu a "B" outfit In the "A" group to
funds to help support Chief Brown W F. Williams, K. O Funderburk, and Carpenter over the weekend
!!! If you would like to play in B. O Koval, K. C. Bouchard, H II
In. his idea to entertain the staff a WAVES intramural tennis tournament and Mrs B. B. Shephard It is a well-known fact that they Heider J. J Yura iets, and R. .

He will probably have another sign up on the bulletin You folks who are missing our were supposed to help Chief Jennings In the "B" bracket are
idea to show us nome fun on our board this week If enough signup Monday and Thursday evening "Hook" Wagner get a shiny finish G. L. Dix, W. D. Marquart, D. H.
1 own, fH let's not Jose hope; let's we will run it off in the evenings movies are sure not in on the on his 'bucket-o-bolts." What's Winchell, G R.* Leeds, and G, A.
stick with him know. Mostly first-class "flickers' the scoop, fellows? Too much Gallant *
You don't have to be a star,
are presented week-end? Lt. T. H. DeBrl, S. C. DeBrodc
oo come on you tennis champs. .
Charles Cooper, HAlc, seemed! If you are interested in swim Chief Herbie Abrams to in the Sam Gold, Ens K. Cronemiller
quite disturbed when he read last ming instruction, contact me at hospital with a bum net of pipes An Admiral with a rare sense of John Murray, Lt. T. Napolitano

week's Hospital Chatter. Could be Bldg. 716 or ext (,93, Our deepest regrets, Herbie, How humor was discussing tactics with E. S. Surma, A W. Slater, R. R.
that someone handed him a violin does it feel to have: to keep your his staff. "Now, for goodness sake, Forbes, and R. E. FIdler are the
'while he was busy getting readyto a tune or two on our piano and "Bazoo" closed for a spell ? Se- gentlemen," he remarked, "don't score of men from Green "Cove.
play a little Softball. Don't he keep 'I)> our morale on your time riously, old man, let's get better) all say 'yes' until I finish talking Springs who will participate in t
angry Cooper, oT boy; kinda bank off. quickly, We miss you at our Sat ," this week' District tournament

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MOVIES: Weekdayr-:000; week-rmi*-1430 and 2000.
I II Comedy. Concert at 1915 with Louise Sheldon and All-Girl Band,
DANCE, Louise Sheldon and All-Girl Band. Starts at 2030

"DARK DELUSION, starring Lionel Barrymore. Drama

"FRAMED', featuring Glenn Ford and Janis Carter. Murder-Mys

'. tery.
s "BLAZE OF NOON", starring Anne Baxter. Drama,
<. f I T1IUKM Y
"I STOLE A MILLION", featuring George Raft and Claire Trevor.

NOW THAT \\\U.u .\1IILK has come' people will be flocking to the beaches An ; Yvonne
I DeCarlo happens to be around taking a sun-bath. that won't make a single sailor turn his head u I ome- Shows Start at 2 body cake the editor away to his padded cell he's having another spell TIIUKM Y AND FRIDAY
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"FUN ON A WEEK-END, starring Eddie Bracken and PriiCilla.
YOU CAN'T WIN By Hough Lane.


"I STOLE A MILLION", featuring Gorge Raft and Claire Trevor.

"BORN TO KILL". with Claire Trevor

1 I I 1 "DARK DELUSION", starring Lionel Barrymore /
I eosb,4rrgvAArr WM: NrSI: )AY *

"FRAMED", with Glenn Ford .

"BLAZE OF NOON", starring Anne Baxter

QUESTION: What is your favorite i,
magazine and why i
BINGO l"ARTY-1ivery: Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage. .,
H. M. MORRIS. S2c, Athens, Ga. 1 AT1ILKT1C GEAR-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and

"Lite: its articles are timely Musttn Road 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room, topside -

and varied. It is chuck full of pictures I Bldg 729, 0800-1700 on work days.
and who doesn't like to look I MODEL AIRPLANE SIIOP-ttear of Bldg 39, open 1200"2400
at pictures" daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
BOWLING Six located in Mainside Recreation
: alleys BuildingNo.
BOB STITH, SK3c Cincinnati, O
3. Alleys open from 1630-2130 Mondays. through Fridays; 1700-
"Our Navy, because it lets m* 2100 Saturdays and Sundays.
know all I want to know about
BOXING For information regarding workouts contact Lieut.
I the Navy"A. Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
J. BODINE, AMKflc. Bloomfield 1500.
N. J.
MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located In
"Give me a strictly masculine the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel l and
magazine like Esquire you know, I their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily Available for wedding receptions
it. pin-ups, cartoons Twang! by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho

SUTTON D. E.. PhM2c. Long I nograph available for use of all hands.
Beach, Calif. LIBRARY-Located on second deck: : of Mainside Recreation BuildIng -

."1 like Liberty and Look I don't / ; II' No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
know why, I just like them. I from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
Enough *" SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming

R. L. MORRIS, S2c, Rockway, Pa. *m//////r Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
"Give nte Life (the magazine, GOLF Course from 1000
open to sunset daily Saturday and Sun-
that i:1t for its current events I heart. This is because the world day from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf. House Bathing
D. L. MARTINS, S2c, Des Moines, Discipline has become so big, and society is trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
Iowa I I I willing to overlook, even if not to CIIOn.-\0E-Ope.1 daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
"Judge is my choice. I like its I (Continued front Page 1) forgive, most minor wrongdoing, I cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Maoon
' satire and dry-wit a type of humor -I rewards are to great And what i because they just do not have the Field.
That will live forever." I are those rewards They are respect I machinery to cope with it. In TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training -

J. P McEVOY, Sic, Traverse City, by your fellowman winch the Navy it is different Justas Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner ot Mustin and
Mich. i automatically follow goodness, it is easy to make a good Yorktown Roads).

'The Reader's Digest beats prominence and portion MI your and clean record, it is almostas .\ltC'lItnY-Club: located in Bldg. 899, open! daily from 1800
community, opportunities. which easy to practically stay in to 2200 from 0900 to
them all It has articles of worldwide ; Saturday ; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
trouble. have failed to
are only offered to those of strong once you Everyone welcome.
interest as well as humor, : character, and far from the least I ractice self-discipline a few times the
NURSERY-Sponsored by Navy Wives: Club in Bldg. 1101.
mystery and some of the best stories -
I othese, abundant telf-respect Alto and the results of your indulgence and 1200
from other Mondays Fridays-0800 to ; Thursdays-1300 to 1800; Wednesdays -
top magazines
/ these rewards are manifested ,,I have come to the attention of your --0800 to 1800; Tuesdays and Saturdays-1800 to 2400 Rates-
A. T. BARTLETT, S2c Lexington, just as clearly and positively in superiors In the first place, you
!i (hourly) 20 cents: for one child, 25 cents for two or more; (monthly)
K y. I the Navy at they are m civilian will lose respect and popularity $4 for one child $5 for two or more.
"I like Collier's The stories are life Just because you are wearing! among your shipmates even
goof' but its cartoons are best I the same clothes, eating the tame I though you might foolishly think i W1IKKE: TO GO ASMOKE
. I usually look through the back how, and living 'ft the same type that you gain a certain prestige Armed
I USO Service Center, 122 West Forsyth Street.
i; of the magazine and read thecardrms I barracks, may make you think among them by doing things thatart" Lounge
0800-2300; dormitory open 21 hours a day-with showers
not directed shaving
first. i that your conduct and 'individualityare by good conscience -
facilities, etc.
I E M REEVES, Sic, Devils Lake, 'i obi/ < ured from close scrutiny! I THEY MIGHT LAUGHAT
N D. I but that u not true Sterling char- YOU. BUT NOT BECAUSEYOU'RE as conduct is concerned. It is justas line. It will be hard for many, but

'.I "A magazine which is becoming -I actrr, which w a result of aelf'dwciplme FUNNY; IT'S BE- apparent in the Navy as anywhere every time you exercise it, it will
' more and more popular each I shines forth through all CAUSE YOU'RE RIDICULOUS. j else; we have a larger per- be that much easier. Second, and
l' day, Coronet. It has one over on I these things, and hkewwe so dons Once you decide to feather your centage of trouble-makers and repeater to me who has seen and will admit ..
the lark nest with trouble, then and only
character which
of follows -
the Reader's Digest in that it has I offenders now than we have the shortcomings of the past
enough pictures to illustrate its I no .setf-dMnpline the day then it is hard to stay out of ever had If the Navy is, to survive it II. just as important as the first,
j stories and articles:' follow the nujht! trouble. From that time until it is clear that this trend the Navy Department must take
I The big difference between Navy you really prove your mettle andit will have to change, and further a more active part in the teachingof
G. T. BUTLER, S2c, Brownwood, life and civilian life lies on the isn't easy then, you will be un- before it reaches landslide proportions I discipline It must be realized
" Texas side of the fence In civilian der close scrutiny by all. I
wrong This can be accomplishedin that the molding of men's characters -
I 'I. too, like Life best. Its articles I life it is almost a difficult thingto At the present time. while it is two ,days. First, you who are is just as Important( as teaching -
f'" are interesting as well as educational I' get into much trouble unless discouraging to admit the entire the Navy, must develop what I' him to be a successful warrior,
,i ,. ." you are found to be a criminal at world is"on the down-grade as far have called: the art of -diSclP-1 and when both of these factor
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-- work hand in hand, We will see

STALEMATE Shot the greatest Navy that we have
i' By Harold Jones 81 ever known.


fm '4VtS' Naval Reserve

.... ,
still Growing .
(SEA) -Growing at the rate of
more than 25,000 a month the
Naval Reserve now has more than f
601,000 officer and men as members -
hr rC s' according to the first Reserve
statistics released since the
ry1001tp '. + end of the war.
f yy1N A t P5y001ER Of these, more than 12,000 officers

> .1 pR yyEN A and 39,000 enlisted men are
.. ', taking part in the Reserve in, a.
e, i- IGAR ,} drill pay status These ;receive a
p full day's pay for each drill at*
tended. I


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Telephone Arthur M.Extension Greene, Editor 8184 "r vas once that I was happy, BL POSTED AND OE SURE YOUR

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the My life was filled with cheer, EXTENDED BEFORE CHIT 15 MADE .
U. S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida, at no I had Florida ISSUE CAN BE .,
expense to the government and in compliance with: never seen \ MADE: OUT RIGHT
SecNav: Circular Letter 15-526: 28 May 1945.: Copies I Until the Navy brought me here.

are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air I 'I, Pf..
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center,, I'd S10llEICH
of her
the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced TrainIng songs beauty, j, .". DID YOU
Command. Headquarters of the Seventh Naval Pretty girls, and big strong men, -' MAKl OUT

District, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, Beautiful beaches and swaying palms- -' I' \ \ \- YOU SWMlPCPORT
the Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval Just heaven from end to end. \

Hospital. "v' 11DkY
Rear Admiral Ralph Duvlion.
Commandant. Seventh: Naval District The IM. /
one thing that is certain
thief .( Naval Air' Advanced Training ,
(Of this there is no denying), (
USN, Commanding e4
Captain Howard V. Hopkins The
Naval Air Technical raining Center guy who started all this noise,

Did a hell of a lot of lying. -v i bU.LS. ti1DIN6
Curtain Anthony R. Brady, L'SN. Commanaing:;
Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Curtain Robert M. Gillett (MC), USN, Commanding! Deep in the heart of Florida, :

US. Naval Hotpital There's sand in all we eat ; ,

Captain F. W. Priektman, USNR Commanding, The girls are all bowlegged, f
i l Naval Air Reserve_Training Unit And the 0 G T
'I boys all have flat feet. H:4 e
lA. Col. T. C. Moore, Jr., USMC, Commanding
Marina Barrack.:
\ \\'e wonder why they sent us here HOUp
( mdr. Jules F. Schumacher: USN, Commanding To Zkv rti.u .
Naval Air Gunnery Rang sweat in sad dejection,
Out in this lonely \
CvrMr. Frederick J. Brush USN CommandingJNaval swamp,
Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field For our country's protection ?

/ Opt. Alexander M. Hcarn, USMC i ""'hadda,'" mean-do ne stock any RED TAPE"
Marine Aviation Uetaenmem: Down here the sun is hotter, 1- ---- ----- --- .

The JAX AIR NEWS receive Ship'. Editorial Association material. Down here the rain is wetter, 1i i ,. ,,' IUTf l'11i I -- ---
Republication of credited matter prohibited without _the.l ,11 '11L '
think i
They it is the best state- Commercial
permission of SEA, Washington 24. 1>. C. Republication: of any -. "; ;;
other matter, except by service publication, la prohibited But there are 17 better. i .
without permiBBion ot Editor. JAX AIR NEVtS. Bulletin )
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There is no one to blame but me, .' m ,j

Importance Of Science The Navy never forgot it ; ._ I HulMlns Mill be accepted until

I asked for foreign duty andBelieve -. J space haw been fllle l, but nit later

(SEA)-"National security is largely dependent me, by God, I got it. than 1000 Tursdaj. Ext. 8230.

upon our store of scientific knowledge 1948 Moturette FOIl(mull SALE car). Will ", ,'rin.! ..
and upon our ability to rapidly convert -Anonymous. DEl LAT; IN VICTORY is the for $325., 1340U Randolph M., NAS.
A. F. 1'wle.
that knowledge into new weapons, systems With, apulotiifs to all Floridian.- Editor diplomatic memoirs of the Polish 1937 Chevrolet. Good radio and heater
and devices declared Rear Admiral PaulF. Ambassador to the United States, May be teen during working hours In
Main Ad. Building parking' lot. Bill
-- -- Jan Ciechanowski, who
Lee, USN, Chief of Naval Research in a represented Groee or Paul Iterr in Ad. Building.
the London Polish government- li-ft. bout, out-board motor 3'j\ horrenowei.
recent speech.We in-exile during the war years. The '. Firestone All new outfit; motor
I ha. 20 hour. $1 j d, Can be fn on ita-
now face a serious shortage of men was a party to many im tion. Owner leaving NAS Jacksonville.
". trained in the physical sciences, continued portant discussions at the White Ext. 8214! Captain Ciillctt.
House and the Department of Three-bedroom house in Tlmuqtianu Manor.
Admiral Lee. Recognizing these facts, the Mews Screened: porch lifetime roof circulating
I ondVieiws f romSotionDuring State, and he gives a detailed account heater, electric stove and ice box. Ix>t
Navy has entered into an extensive programin of many of these talks as about 4 x110. I6S3J. down peyment
basic research, he said. Over 400 projects well as those in London and Mos 11412 Will accept automobile, 1938-42! ,
make of
any a* part down payment
are under way in 90 universities, institu- cow. The book gives another view 4550 Blount St. Call ext. fc3M> U.
of the complicated diplomatic pic- Dailey. ,.
tions and industrial laboratories, the Ad- ture during the war :years. Three-piece livingroom *et, fi\e-pec! b..l.
that all fields of physical I room 't-t. and kitchen let. lI ISO. UltA
miral said, adding the war, the newspapers overstressed DULCIMER STREET by Nor- Child. bt.. NAS V. M. PorUnova.
sciences and many fields of medical scienceare the number of men who returned man Collins is a long novel about Bedroom tuite, $50: bathlnettr, IS; boys
t the lives of a group of middle-class bicycle $10; ladie bicycle. lit; being explored.The to God-in wrecked planes, before going trailer 13$. 38U Norman St..
I English people, living at 10 Dulci- NAS. Chief Jflnler, ext. Z99.
basic aims of this program, he said, I into battle, on ships that were sinking, or mer Street in London. The book Officer's white, size 42. New. Ext. Isle. ,

are the creation of a new scientific knowl- during the terrible days on a lifeboat. covers two years, from Christmas, Officer's Chief Beatron.uniform with lieutenant's\ bat,

edge, the reduction of the interval betweenthe Thank God that 1938, to Christmas, 1940, and includes tropical wonted, blue, two
without faith
even men
traces the life of each person gray: and two white, all size 38. Hut
gaining of new knowledge and its application came to God then. They sensed human helplessness through good days and bad. It is with'. cover. Phone 2-C 43. Daniel Miller
bed in
good condition. Very
to naval needs, and the education of that under certain conditions lively and amusing reading.An onabi price. Ext. 435, Lt. Comdr.r.-Ep
scientific personnel at a more rapid rate entertaining novel, LOOK pelln.Suit .
only but this sudden
can save us, changeof SOUTH TO THE of chief's blurt, sire It lone: lad;",'
than otherwise would be possible. heart shouldn't embarrass us for it is in is also a store of information POLAR STAR about, blueTldinr, Marchand.boot, lit* I'I.. Phone 25582 .

--*- a way shameful : Chinese warfare, customs, and poll- Suit of aviation treen, sine II; topcoat
size! 38: green cap and cover blue
tics. The
I is laid
Advisory Committee When we are strong, we use our strengthto story against a cap and cover. All for $50. Chief Car.
highly-colored and highly-con. penter, ext. 8373. Bid?. 601 NATTC.
insult God and to defy His law. Whenwe vincing background of Shanghai 19S7 Blue Lincoln Zephyr two-door ce SEA) Healthwelfare education and can depend ourselves link life Radio, two apare Urea, sealed beam
I ( upon we our- night just before Pearl Har- I lifrhti. Good condition U7 or beet
r training, community relations, and even art selves with God's enemies. In time of prosperity bor when that cosmopolitan city I offer.. Lt. S. P. Wiggins! e-xt 24t orext

t' were subjects of study for a 65-man Civilian many people do not give God a was cover the warfare scene and of intense under- I, Baby carriage S l. in excellent condition.! 1S. A

Advisory Committee which SecNav James thought then like scared children they Two new ones for intrigue.western fans Three Randolph room St.of. furniture NAS. Chief Include Perper.8piecematched -

Forrestal appointed last year to assist the turn to the Father in time of danger and are TRAIL DUST by Bliss Lomax, : maple! livingroom suite; 4-plw.

a Navy in solving post-war personnel prob- ask Him to forget the way they treated Him a tale of cattle rustlers and blaz- waterfall ingroom net bedroom and diihe Suite. ;Mr light. J. oak J. Hart.Iin

)Jema.t and come to their assistance.God ing guns in Arizona, and TRAIL nett 3S32B Irwin St., Dewey Park.
t FROM NEEDLE ROCK 1938 Pontiac four-door ledan, radio and. l
by Peter
The committee has finished its investigations !i has rights that last all the :year Field, another Powder Valley heater.ext. 471 Four between new tire 1200. Contact and. 1230 William daily. ,

f and has recommended the following: round, all our life through. Let's stop to western. Play pen in excellent condition Ext, 43$,

A program in art to stimulate greater think of them for a minute.It Nevil Shute's new novel, THE i Lt. Comdr. EI8i'ND! .'

interest and appreciation particularly of foreign : is CHEQUER BOARD tells the story I Man'. T. D. bracelet, gold Owner; "...1'
as impossible to think of the uni- of the last year of war veteran recover by identifying Mill Gorganitun,
: countries and their art. A streamlined verse without God as to think of a planeor Jack Turner's life. Given only a ext. 3I(.

guide book covering countries that may be battleship without a designer of tremen- year to live, he uses it to look up LOST
the whereabouts of Evenharp pen with gold ton Lot at bw
visited also was recommended.A dous brain power and intelligence. If these three men who top in front of Supply. Rudy Pennon,
were with him in 1943 in a Cornish ext 394.
community relations officer to be ap- things require stacks of blueprints, many hospital ward, all under military WILL TRADE

pointed in each naval district to further relations inventors, designers, and factories, what charges. These included an Amer- Philco three-band table model radio for .
electric .
phonograph. A. F Fetl, 1341B
] between community groups and na- of this world, ranging from the solar systemof ican negro boy, a young plane pilot I- Randolph St., NAS.
and .
val personnel. a paratrooper. Mr. Shute,
the electron to the Solar System of the usual
us does
a good job of telling
Continuation of the USAFI program and Heavens ? a story.In AlNav Announces New

correspondence courses through the educa- God, who made this universe, owns it- AMERICA'S STAMPS, Maud Terms Of EnlistmentMen
tional services. The committee also sug- and Miska Petersham have made
gested a greater use of courses to give a the way any maker owns the things he another contribution to the pictorial re-enhsting in the :Navy
of education.A makes. He owns the stars, the flowers, literature of American his under continuous service may now
broader background general .
beasts, the chemical elements, and us. tory. They tell the story of one sign over for three, four, or six
program to attract competent young hundred years of U. S, postage years, it was announced in AINav
physicians and representatives of allied sci- We are part of that universe, a very spe- stamps, from the days of coffee- 85-47

J:;> ences. Also recommended was expansion of cial part. We can judge an artist, a musi- house mail, when the old sailing All others, including recruit!',

the Navy's program of postgraduate train- cian, a writer, by the things he produces.We captains brought their mail pouches have a choice of only four or six
t to port, up to our great intri- year enlistments, except 17-year-
can come to some realization of what
ing for physicians and the acquisition of cate mail service of today. The old applicants who may sign fora
God is by things he has produced.
more trained nutrition experts. authors are artists, as well, and minority cruise only
Members of the special committee 'travel. Look at the world, the beauty of the the book is for experienced stamp 1 ;

\I, < wl thousands of miles, visiting training stations ocean and the sky, the power of electricity, II collectors who beginners, and for any-
*" technical schools, hospitals, ships and the songs of the birds, the perfume of the : one and events of an history.interest in people

planes. Wherever they went, the members flowers, the majesty of a storm or water- I Al tlte Station Chapel. Olrminh mR

talked to enlisted men, getting their view- fall, the loving heart of the mother He made Invents ShipboardFire ..d and Maitin Arena

point. and gave us, the innocence of children when Prt.itant
ExtinguisherSEAA -Holy Communion Chaplain
-*- they come from His hand, the glory of a W. K. StcvenHon.C930 .
q r sunset, lovelight in a human eye. ( former Navy captain, -Stevenson.NATTC Service--Ch i>I ln W. R. .
New York's
All these, made by God, exist in God first Harold J. Burke, has invented a C030 Chaplain-Sunday W.School R. Stevenson Small Cbuptl.

(SEA-According) to Captain Harley of all. device to extinguish flies aboard 1 4&-Divln Services tbtplain: F. L.

t F. Cope, USN, in charge of inactivating battleships That's the God who made us, who is with ehip.issued: Letters, he was of patent informed have by been the Albert. C.lkli.

:t and cruisers, 16th Fleet, the cost of us all the time, not merely in accident or Navy Department. 0700-Maall.0000-Ma*..

:, packaging a battleship is $45,000 and a cruiser danger, who wants us to think of Him The invention is a pressure pro- 1100.-.M.M.A I
I Outdoor for (mall ebtt\
r \ After inactivation-which takes to talk to Him pal Uonn type of mechanical foam
I 26000. diem I. maintained between 0900
The foam iu
" 4-6 months-it takes 59 men and five off! Never forget Goal.Chaplain. generator.degraded protein of BOY a beam hydrolized; The Cad Jewish 1200.Relif!Io.. ferric MtJFtllowihip

ce/a to look alter a cruiser, and 66 mep and ttevko was used on Navy vessels heat
I 113.-.1.)11: ). the Small Chafe: > )
six officers to arc for a, battlewagon. Robert J. Baku in wartime!,


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17 April. 1947 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS loge five t

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; Engine Overhaul by Carl >V. 1\\ :
.Iayer-The recent improvementsto
! the E. O. volley ball court are Lucy May Wells.Accehsories ,,4
the result of Lt. Smolenski's ef Division by Rob

forts. Mr. "Ski" has always beenin I Cook Lillian Harkinson better \.
favor of the furtherance of the known as "Ripple," was in Jack .:'j
athletic policy and he is at all sonville for a few days to visit

times receptive to any suggestion with her many old friends. While \
a' along these lines. Needless to say, here she was the guest of Mabel "
,t P r what .
e our volley bailers appreciate Griffin.

Y :- ry9 -V : he has done in this instance. The shop personnel got togetheran (,

.:t. Have you noticed the similarity attractive gift box which was J
4\ V- V between the E. O. Planning Office sent to Grace Harris. Grace has '

and a greenhouse lately ? One been confined to a hospital in San- : ;
morning recently, John Callahan itorium, Mississippi for the past
dk .showed up for work with a baby six months. I
azalea plant in each hand. Other Geraldine Nettles, "Pop" Davidson -

1 expert gardeners are Maurice Taylor Mabel Griffin, Rose Johns,
V V Bill Davis, and Marvin Gurr, and Callie Hern were among those
; whose particular interest at pres- lucky enough to spend the Easter
; ent is centered on his strawberrycrop. week-end with their families.

Now we know what the plan- Daisy Williamson spent four
ners discuss in their leisure mo- days during Easter week with her
ments. two granddaughters. !

The bass season reopened April Frenchy Gelinas, who is still
+ 1st and Clarence Van Zant has looking for Lindsay's car, has finally -
r V been on leave almost every day located a home in Dewey
Yv since. So we are putting two and Park. Come on, "Frenchy," break
'' a. ) two together and betting that he down and let's have a real housewarming -

hasn't caught even one. eh ?
Congratulations to Robert Price We want to welcome to the

who was promoted to leadingman instrument shop, V. M. Johnson,

; ;r v"A'H-' --C-'Y-- n .- ..- __ recently. Bob is an old hand in formerly of Birmingham, Ala., a
E. O. and is deserving 'of the good veteran of Guadalcanal. Also, D.
.:, TYPICAL OF THE MANY presentations which took place in various departments at NAS last I break. W. Lawson, who was stationed on
week i is this distribution of certificates and pins to the Industrial Relations Department. Only those if the aircraft carrier "Ranger" dur-
The fellows
employees with five or more years of continuous service at NAS were eligible to receive the awards.A. are wondering ing the war.
O. Anderson. Civilian Personnel Officer congratulates J W. Carson, chief clerk after handing out there isn't some way a safety belt What character, known as Uncle -
the certificates and pins to right( to left) G. E. knight F. S. Gannaway, H. B. Masterson. L. S. Anner, can Baldy rigged Mausert, who fell protectionof out of\. Bulgy, has that eternal hun
R. F. Taylor and G. S. Marllwaine. Another eligible employee A. R. Boatright, was not present forth his swivel chair a couple of weeks gry look? Hide your lunch, folks.

ceremony. and broke his (chair Mary Rowe of the Electric Shopis
.. _. ago, arm arm,
that is). really enjoying her visit "wayup
thar in Geogia" Smitty, our
INSIDE InspectingThe Lovie Clark
momentarily psy- inspector, is enjoying a longawaited -
choanalyzed all mankind recentlyand
leave. Hurry back. Smitty to
d 1
PUBLIC WORKS ? submitted the following remarkable -
the good old Florida sunshine.We .
statement "A
: woman would like to know what
Fly MARY )ton{; ns ''SALLIES&rx InspectorsI can lead a man just as a horse, happened to our orchestra. We
to water. And if he isn't thirstyshe -
whether I sure miss it on Thursdays and
Don't know or not HELEN RURNETTELt. : can always push him inwhenhe
Hy hope it will be back soon.
spring has anything to do withit isn't looking." Our reply to
Guess E. A. Folsom needs a
but we have just heard of two .' I jg) L. G. McAllister is that is, Lovie, there are some men nurse-maid as well as a chauffeur -
Both boys are leave for the month of : who kinda hard to sneak
more engagements. By CLARA E. SPEER away on are up to hold him on his chair. He
in Design & Engineering's Survey April. He is taking things easy at on. off.
Unit. will wed Elizabeth Little Claud has made a rhyme home a much needed rest. keeps falling
Billy Young getting Several of the boys in E. O. Two of our old employees, C. N.
Kennison on the 18th of this about the tours of the procure- Chief M. W. Sudberry is takingan who have recently signed with
up Ferguson and Robert H. Cook of ,
month, and Thomas Jelks will ment clerks of Stock Control l to eighteen-day leave. We know the Naval Reserve will take a two- the instrument shop, are classroom -
walk down the aisle! with Ann Gilbert I the various Supply buildings on you will enjoy spending the days week cruise on active duty in the instructors in the new
some time in June. Billy. the station. with your family, Sud. Wish you near future. Some of these fellows Ferguson apprentice -
training -
after heI "Procurement clerks of Stock Control little Sandra out to program.
plans to go on to college would bring are Merrill Herring Red Burton is teaching History while

is married.E. see us. Willie Dobbs, Marin John- Bob Cook teaches English.
T. Manley (Design) will be Were taken on a four; Thank you, Louie Jordan, for ston, T. L. Cannon, George McKinney -
How stock; was being handhd the of flowers you Metal Division by Bobbj-
lovely bouquet
resigning in the very near future Earle (Leapin' LaRue)
to go back to his home town, They wanted to be sure, placed on our desks in the Main I Brown, and Bill Hallmark. I Ruth LeVere is back to work after
Atlanta Ga. where he will So wandered through! storage Office one morning last week. : a wonderful 15-day leave. She
Into the, reproduction, business for go rooms Jimmy Day, inspector on the' Engineering Division by FredE. visited her family in Zanesvilte,
himself. Some near and some far; Assembly Line, is studying and Cl"ne-In the Engineering seminar Ohio.We
Too tired to walk back making plans for the new home last Monday, Captain Dodson extend a welcome to two
Don Traer (Maintenance) drove They called Jor a car. he is planning to build, very soon had some moving pictures shown I newcomers in the Metal Division,
tip to Young Harris College, Young They thought at lost they had now, in Fairfax Manor. on the subject of "Operation Chief Swinney and M. Bagdonou.
Harris, Ga., last week-end to see struck good luck Chief D. Travis, Inspector jn Crossroads," thirty minutes of color Chief Swinney recently came from

his fiancee. They're also making As suddenly up rolled a tvso.to* Emergency Overhaul, is away on film and twenty minutes of reg- Alameda, California, and is assigned -
plans for a June wedding. truck. emergency leave because of the ular film. This subject will be to shop 475. M. BagtlonoU

We're glad to see Eddie Varna.- Margaret Reynolds, to her dismay death of. his father. Chief's homeis followed up at a later date witha came here from the Pacific and
doe (Refrigeration Shop) back at in Russellville, Arkansas. Our lecture on the same by Captain has been assigned to shop 477.
work after four weeks in the Vet Walked through a freight ear deepest sympathy Is extended to Dodson. The pictures were quite Have you noticed the new room
erans' Hospital in Lake City. To shorten her way you and yours in this hour of sad spectacular as to all the arrange- upstairs in the lay-out shop?
Eleanor Womeldurf (the girl And was absent from work the ments and details that the Army J. McSwain, snapper in 477,
with stars In her eyes) really has following day. ness.We are sorry to learn that ChiefH. and Navy went through to accomplish and Mrs. M., celebrated their Sth
it bad! She was seen in a down The moral to the story W. Abrams is confined to the "Operations Crossroads." anniversary April 8. Hope you
town drug store one nigh.t! recently They want you to know: hospital because of a throat in Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lamb have many more, Mac! Happy
absentmindedly pouring* her pine Travel first class when fection. We miss you, chief and were blessed last week with an birthday to Adams ( April 11) and
apple milkshake on the table in- On a tour you must go!" hope you can return to work soon. 8% pound baby girl Lucy May- Jewell (April 18)).
..tt'lof in the glass. Have you heard about the Sup- L. E. Jordan says he believesin field Lamb. Clarence will be out Did anyone notice that bumpon
: Nora Breden Maintenance) and ply Department Softball Team? starting at the bottom in his on vacation now for the next three Joe Fagan'a head? You'll) have
Lt. Otto Schick, USMC, were unit The station Physical Training De- business-a beautiful nursery. He weeks and we will be looking for- to ask him about it and also who
ed in marriage Friday evening, partment has offered civilians of made his first sale the other day- ward to his return. It seems that ate his supper while he was."Out."
April 11, in the Rectory of St. the Supply Department the use of a large bunch of lovely ferns for Clarence is really getting into the If you have noticed Roy strutting
Paul's Catholic Church. A reception a softball diamond and equipment, one cent a bunch. Figure close, news this week both in the Jax around it is because .he is
was held at the home of the" io all you boys who are interested Louie, and be sure not to over Air News and the Plan of the the "poppa" of a girl now.
bride's parents on Melrose Ave., contact Otis Owens, ext. 8322, and charge anyone for the things you Day. Did one of those gray Navy John MacCree is back to work
t -- following the ceremony. The couple let him know you want to play. grow. pickups get you, Clarence? I after being out sick.
will leave in a couple of weeks There are still some vacancies on We have recently lost three men Eugene Humpal is back with us I Personnel & Administration -
for California where the bride the team. When they have a full from the department. H. L. Van- again after a hurried recovery.You by Dot Dickson-Johnny Hawkinsis
groom is to be stationed. We'd like quota, the boys will be able to Duzer, Sic, was transferred to should look before you step, I back after being out two weeks
to extend our congratulations and judge what sort of competitionthey Norfolk, Virginia, where he will Hump. with the 'flu. This place really has
best wishes for a long, happy life want to play against and to receive further orders for trans- We have a new source of infor- more excitement. First off, Lt.
together to you, Nora and Otto! make plans to enter the team in fer to the West Coast. D. D. Hen- mation available on automobile Triplett has gone on a thirtydayleave.
The Public Works Supervisors'Club one of the City Recreation shaw, S2c, has been transferredto power plants now. Just ask Wedding bells tolled for
held its regular monthly Leagues. Come on, fellows, let'sgive AM School Memphis, Tennes- Charles Littlejohn and Tom Mc- Jean Blado last Saturday at 4:30:
meeting Tuesday night, April 8, those other teams some real Laughlin.We at the Riverside Park Methodist
Club Seminole competition! the Union Congregational Church. are to see Bill Mac-
at the Pompano sorry Church, after her "hubby" arrivedin
; Beach. Tom Cowan, who was accused EASTER DOINGS: Sam Hen- Other Supplyltes observed at Eas- Farland leave us to attend the the States last Tuesday and surprised
of eating 42 shrimp at the dricks (Procurement) spent Eas- ter church services include Jack photographers' school in Pensa- her. Marie Crouch of Vocational
I \< 'V last meeting, ate supper before he ter and last week basking in the Sharpe (Administrative), Eliza- cola, Florida. Come back and see Training will be saying

left home so he wouldn't look likea sunshine at Fort Myers, Florida beth Slade, :Mary Wallace and us, Bill. "I do" on the sixteenth, at the
chowhound. Viola Williams (Shipping) Vera Simonds (Correspondence), We of Engineering wish to express Protestant Chapel on the base.
Speaking of Tom, you should enjoyed a trip to Atlanta over Jimmy Womack (Personnel), Nan- our regrets to Miss Lucille Any sunshine ray you see on Lt.
t, hear him tell about the lovely yellow Easter Mary Norton (Ship- cy McCallum (Dispatch), James Wells on the death of her mother, Carr's face is because he now has
evening gown which he mod ping) participated with her daughter Harper (Timekeeping), Bessie an assistant and can take a few

'. !, eled so gracefully at a fashion Eugenia Rawls (formerly supervisor Pearl Green and Shirley Collier see, and F. C. Marhenke, AMMlc, well-deserved days off now and
,' of Bookkeeping), in the (Procurement) Flora Funken-
show recently. With it he wore an has been transferred to the West
Christening on Easter Sunday ofEugenia's stein (Correspondence) and Lola then.Henry
attractive picture hat. Coast. Good luck, sailors.! Come
Moody of the Time Sec
1 <(< Control) motoredto
two at Lyons Receipt
C. C. Flanders celebrated his precious,
back if
jfi to see us you are ever tion has transferred to the Plan
Brunswick Georgia Wally
f r last week by ----
birthday one day down our
way. Division. Good luck !
ning Moody
r I' o'clock. Haven't sible. York (Correspondence) went to St.
staying up 'til 8 "In the a man's Frances Richardson took the
spring young
which Juanita Wise has returned from Augustine and his party had a
. ; been able to find out just
fancy lightly turns to thoughts of vows on Easter Sunday at the
two wonderful weeks in Baltimorewith picnic at Fort Marion Bertha
birthday he was celebrating yet. love. Mrs. Helen Styron, chief Southside Baptist Church. Pretty
the a rosy glow! Glad to have Kicklighter enjoyeda
And thought women were
we their back, Juanita. visit from her family at DeLand clerk, noticed a sudden change m soon, boys, there won't be any
tell you
only ones who wouldn't
Did you ever hear of anybody Marilyn Cook (Administrative that Georgia gal, and, upon in- single gals left.

age E. L. Griffin, Public Works fore- coming to work to rest? That's ) was happy over a visit from vestigation, found that the above The Bowling Team is coming
what E. J. Megonigal (Mainte- her folks from Miami Ethel adage applied to the girl as well. along better all the time. Just
man, has been assigned duty
assistant to the operating division nance) does on Monday, 'cause his Perritte (Administrative) went to This !romance is of interest to all keep coming out, gang.
.'if' officer.: : F. H. McKinley is now In wife has him working no> hard Bok Tower for sunrise services as it is that of our own Sara anda What's this we hear about

charge of the Maintenance Sec<<: over the week-end. But then that's and to Cypress Gardens, also visit- certain electronics mate named Spurlock liking fried chicken w
tion. just one of the things that come ing an orange grove at 4:30: A M. Joe. Catch on? well 7Little
c'.' Wonder why "Bow" Rountree from being married. Vera Simonds went fishingover Goodbyes were said! last weekto Willie 11 a free-man now,
f hail his ride pick him up at the Next time you see C. H. Du- the week-end Marvin Veronica HUM), clerk-typist in that is, sorta.
I. r,,, i"', ball park last Thursday: afternoon mas, just call him "Mayor." Yep, Hlgbornith (Procurement) visited the Main Office. Best wishes and We're glad to see Mrs. Bums
e. 00 he'd get home at the usual he's mayor of Fellowship Park, his mother in Tampa Dan good luck to you, Veronica; in bock We hope your husband con
.j I time? It was no important that he the town in which he lives. Of 'Sharpe (Timekeeping:: ) also went whatever you undertake to do. tinuea to improve Jennie.
even missed the last two innings. course, it's made up of only eight fishing Merle Cook (Personnel We'll irilsa having you with us Barbara i i. still having her. trot
,Guest "Bow" wants to keep out houses, but duet! give it a chance ) went house hunting and tried every day, How about coming blew, it seems, but' ba a. Jot fat
of the doghouse as long aa pos- and watch it grow out, A mew Packard clipper back to see us once in a While? fun at It. ,

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Captain Howard V. Hopkins. USN l

Commander Robert P. Bout. USN

Commander ExecutiveU. J. W. Willlnma. USN .
Public Information Officer,
Aiivinor to Jax Air News

Editor) Office for NAT:TO Swtlon. Room 1T and" 1)3. t q kS. 1 % a t
AdmiaUtration Building 6uU-A. Til. K! .t. X01. '
Editor: sM
Arthur T. KNItM.nikolla. Slo

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Robert J. W..hlinll. St. ,,

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( ).\Y-BA-.lJO. with Jaqueline White and Sharyn Moffet
Shows at 1815 and 2015. .

Temple. Guy Madison( and Franchot Tone. Shows 1815 and 2015 on -

.. ,Friday 1400. 1815 and 2015: on Saturday. NVTTCKNTKR'S: : OWN OICC'lItSTR.pictured above furnishes lovers of modern music weekly at
SUNDAY-BUCK PRIVATES COME HOME, starring Bud Abbot the Fleet s Inn on Monday nights Composed entirely of volunteer Naval Personnel this array ftf young
and Lou Costello Shows at 1100. 1815 and 2015. musii'lans have also played for the NATTCenter famous dances the latest being the Easter Parade.

)tSn.xn TUKMAY-FUN ON A WEEKEND.: featuring Left to right Tommy Raye leader trombone: R. Wehhng French horn: J Morton sax D. Lucknow
Pridcilla Lane and Eddie Bracken. Shows at 1815 and 2015.VKDNE sax: B. Repp. lead sax: S Sfltis. sax: and Johnny Spang ley. sax. and crooner deluxe. Back row on the
rhythm section is Evans guitar: "Doc" Scheerz. drums. Members of the band not pictured above are:
\ >DAY I STOLE A MILLION with Raft and
Seaman. Baas and. "Chick" Blair, piano. Reasonable arrangements can be made to have the orchestrafor
Clair Trevor. Shows at 1815 and 2015. .
parties by calling Ext. 203.\
TIIUK.sDAY-BORN TO KILL starring Claire Trevor and Law ---------
rence Tierney. Shows at 1815 and 20 IS.

Yellow Water THE WORD. net" Book"

FIUD\Y AND S.Tunn.VHIGH BARBAREE, starring Van NATTC Library
.\Y-BA-.lJO. with Sharyn Moffet and Jaqueline White. Quite a long time ago Anthony

.. MONDAY AND TU";' ()HONEYMOON. with Shirley Temple, Some of the office personnel of Building: 425 had a get. i! Trollop world that announced"in these days to a all man the is

Guy Madison and Franchot Tone.WEDNESDAYBUCK PRIVATES COME HOME, with Bub Ab- together at Kingsley Beach last Thursday night in honor of : nobody unless hit biography is

hot :and Lou Costello.THIRSDAYNO. Ellis, who left our division Friday, to attend Naval Law I,' kept so far posted up that it maybe
Sound advice for similar ready for the national break
SHOW.THINGS School in California. parties : ((1) 'I
fast table on the after
DO-ABOARD Use old beat-up( cars for transportation. ((2)) Plan your par- I his demise" That is morning possibly even
ties on a Friday or Saturday night-the vivacious morning i more true today. Since the deathof

FLEET*!*IN-Open nightly 17302130. Bldg. 517. after headaches caused by the camp tire smoke and coke Franklin Roosevelt almost a
Sandwiches and snacks available, NATTCenter Orchestra shouldn't 1 be shared with the buss dozen books have come off tho
featured on Monday nights. should start thinking about the press most of them frankly eulogistic
Ship's Company men
but none of them to be ignored
RWLINGIx alleys in Ship's Service avail- jfu pros and cons of full week-end duties. It's rumored that if One of these is Elliott

abU to all personnel Monday through Saturday enough men would like to have three week-end liberties out Roosevelt AS HE SAW IT. Thisis
17002130. League games have priority. I
son's account of the
a meetings
of four, the change may be effected soon.
NATTO LIBRARY Located in Auditorium. _. during the war between his father
week into the --- --
Open Monday, Tuesday, hursday and Friday 130O to This Rate we dropped to inquire prove to be a great asset to my \ and Winston Churchill and Josef
Parachute Shop
2100. Wednesday, 1230 to 2100. .Saturday and Sunday about their rating and what it Naval career and I also feel l thatit Stalin. It is prejudiced naturally,
1230 to 2100. and not always convincing but
had to offer the Navy trainee. In has given me an advantage I
: will be read those who wish to
over fellows who were not for
has to all
ATHLETIC G :.\& Available at Gear Locker, this parachutes work one under pack emergency typesof tunate enough to get into this get at least a partial account of
I school. AvFund has reviewed how we got in the nx ve are in.
Physical Training Department, Bldg. 513. conditions, without the aid of many :
tools loft conveniences ; things I had forgetten since I left While biographies of the Lowell
packing or I II
TENNIS-Racquets and ball available at Physical began to arrive
which every PR is required to I high school The greatest facilityof I as soon as one .'
Training Bldg. 51$. do before he can get a 3rd class the school is its rate familiarIzation died none quite as readable has
rating. \ which enabled me to makea appeared as THE LOWELLS AND
decision as to my future in the THEIR SEVEN WORLDS by Ferns
SWIMMING TOOL No. 1-I Bldg. 518) For Naval Handling packed parachutes is Navy." Gr enslet. The book.. traces ten
I Personnel with Guests. Children under 12 years another ticklish Job, which has to I e generations of the Lowell family
are( nut allowed in the pool unless accompanied by 3i be aptly performed daily. The rig- II I Second on the honor list Is with humor no little affection, and
i parent or a responsible adult. fonday thru Friday Jt ger develops ability to time and Frank Kohlhund, S2c, with an I great understanding of what the
r 1300 to 2045. Saturday 0900 to 2045. Sundays and operate the various types of sew I 85.45 average. His version of family has contributed to business
r Holidays 1300 to 2045. ing machines used in his rate.There's school: I law science art and education in
various minor repairs I "In general I think that AvFund i iI America. From old Percival Lowle,
J. be made on parachutes and flight I is all right. A few things like the who arrived on these shores in
SWIMMING POOL N K 3-(Bldg. 410)) For male clothing. In order to make these I
1639 James and
long classroom periods could be through
Personnel only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to the worker has to know
repairs I improved upon. The school, in the cigar-smoking Amy it is a vt rydiffl."rent
f and 1730 to 2045. 0900 to 2045. Sunday of
t. Saturday the component parts a parachute ,
most every case proves to be portrait of the family
Holidays 1300 to 2045. including construction and ai-I than that
great help in aiding the suggested in the ditty
: 'TaOS ROOM-Located in Auditorium Jar functions; have a knowledge of nel that go through it to everyone. knows about
Personnel, relatives and guests the care and handling of silk, ; which one of the many Aviation' Boston
synthetic fabrics and other fabrics I rates they want. The home of the bean and the cod.
used in parachutes and aviation J Where the Lowells speak only
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE gear: know the procedure and Cabots fc

methods for inspection drying. air- ; NATTC Holds High And the Cabots speak only
WIfKRK TO GO ASHORE: NCCS Club at Church and Newnan ing and storage of parachutes. God:'

Street. Club open daily from 1700 to 2300, Saturdays 1200 to 2400. Besides parachutes one has to Record For Even if your favorite reading faa
Sundays: 1000 to 2300. Dance. Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturdaysand know the nomenclature and prin- ; Safety western there are biographiesjust
Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. ciples of operation of all parts as readable as Action. If you
JACKSONVILLE BEACHES-Buses leave at frequent Intervals and accessories of other lifesaving Month Of DecemberNATTC don't think 8) just try Rascoe'a
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sara s M Navy). Surf bathIng equipment Including life jackets I BELLE STARR Vestal's BIG-
and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches. Bus life rafts safety belts, rescue Jacksonville I holds one FOOT WALLACE Warner's)
far 25c. kits, and pyrotechnics.In of the best vehicle safety record, I. LAST OF THE BANDIT RIDERS
CANOEING, FISHING, AND BOATING c.dar River on San applying the knowledge of 1 in the Navy and Marine Corps it .or in the same vein, Cleaveland's
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last atop on this rate to a trade in civilian was reported in the monthly report NO LIFE FOR A LADY and
of the Office of Industrial Relations
f- San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motorboats life, there are numerous jobs Ralne's FAMOUS SHERIFFS
The is for December -
fi' -$2.00 per hour Ave to eight people per boat. where the Navy experience comesin j 1946. AND WESTERN OUTLAWS
An exciting job would -
I, There are 377 Naval Activitiesand
tx with barnstorming air circus
JiJ .AI .Sl S as a parachutist.a Life as a sewing I of these activities(, received
Week ir j ervce machine repairman in a clothing complimentary 'mention from the
Office of Industrial Relations for
'I' would be down therigger' 4r
factory right exceptional observance of safety
.. line. Other jobs would be.sailmaker :
regulations NATTC had only one

J. .; a trip? Ship's Service has a complete line of -the last, chute occupation packer being and tailor very minor accident, a factor thlitplace.j s.
them far in the
i luggage at reasonable priced. suitable when one desires to be up
Several facts can be attributedto
FOR MUSIC LOVERS his owu boss
1 the nne safety record for NAT-
J Excellent quality of Emerson radio, portables for picnics AF3c-Tt honor student la TC. The careful driving of all vehicles

,. \ and outdoor enjoyment. Record players, table top variety Harold E Bauer, S2c, with an and probably the best one -"
for recorded favorite ST.14 average. When asked what the rigid driving examination required -
your he thought about school: by all persons driving on Y
.G I FT8- -I believe AvFund School will the base.
J Ladies Benrus and Wakemaa watches Exquisite beauty .
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I i :. of fine workmanship. .NOTICK

Military watches for the sportsman. Chronograph reduced The Recreation Director of the City of Jacksonville has extended I
: I to $30.00. an invitation to all Hands to use the city' recreation facilities on the ,
I. same basis as the citizen of Jacksonville
' UNIQUE Sd\t,"''. Note: From tim to tim there vnll appear under tM'
( Selector Electric Clock, a timepiece that worries for you "Where to Oo Ankara"" h&vi .f tM tcHe>dul 4 events column, places "Ills awn tareation, ghee 1 .8 perfect -

r .turns off toasters, radios and other electric appliances. where Naval Personnel may 39 for their o//-tfa-tatum recreation. ale e.ndltlonial"


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17 April 1947 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven

RAIDERS LOSE SEASON'S OPENER !I 1.1. Cmdrh M. Makeevelr'

Receives Discharge

.AS All NATTC is woeful today. The reason ? Lt. Comdr.

I Merle E. Makeever, who probably knew more baseball than

Errors Prove Costly As' Raiders Fall Nine To Five I anyone aboard and who has led our Baseball team throughtwo

successful seasons and started us on another, reportedto

The Air Raiders of NATTC dropped their first Baseball game of the season to the the Separation Center for discharge yesterday. His dew

University ffi Florida Gators, by a score of 9 to 5, but left notice that they are potentially tachment leaves a gap in the coaching department that will

a big trouble maker to all opposing teams they face this year. be hard to fill.

Lt. Comdr. Merle Makeever, Head Coach, sent four pitchers to the hill for brief stays His plans are a bit indefinite,

In an attempt to find the abilities of the mound prospects. The Gators connected for only according to the coach, but ypAR ,

nine hits off of the offerings of Len Jansen, Bill Cudd, Mike Marenkovich and Rick Ferret his home is in Davenport. Iowa,
an he may go back to coaching at
], but made every hit count'plus : -
tux costly errors committedby a double play, but Beldon at second moment later on a single by Cod- the local high school, a job he held

the Air Raiders afield. base threw wide to first on La. i j dington. LaHullier sent his second thugs for 13 years. Among

The Gators drew first blood in I Hullier's grounder and Stillman I hit to right field putting Coddington -:, other Mr Makeever has a Ii4n I

the first half of the opening inning I I scored. | on second, but Wallace was fine reputation all over Iowa and
1. .
when a walk, an error on a Widening their lead to read I forced into grounding out to quell h..LL '" ,.

ground ball and two hits, one of 6 to 1, the Gators scored two the uprising.The .
them a powerful three-bagger to more runs in the fourth on a walk, box score: We are sorry to have Buy and
center field, were coupled for three a stolen base an error and two U. OF FLORIDA :NATTC Eckstein instructors in the Generator -

runs, and a lead the locals failedto I singles. Another two were added Fielding.s. sbhpoa 4 I I I 1If\t'OII..r abhpos 4 2 0"ml..ab 0 Phase depart from the good t
overcome Duke LaHulher at in the fifth on a hit a walk and a <-' 6 I I I Cooldinjrtn.2b 5 1 I sMe.rbrrglt ship AEM. Buy and Eckstein have
third base for NATTC, ended theGator's costly three base error. 6 I I G Ldlullif'r.Sb 4 2 4 a F been ably teaching in the "DynamFlat8" >
.'or'-.lb I Z 10 0 knieklbnec. I I 1 1 months. Their
rally by scooping: up a hot The Air Raiders had their only IItoldon.2b 4 I I 4 W.ll.eee a 1 I 0 these many
forcing out a runner at i big inning in the last of the eighth. 1..1....' I 0 0 0 V.rbenies 4 0 I I I quiet manner and personalities will
.rounder then qulcklying relaying : Wahoo Mancos started off Ho..rl 4 1 I 0 AdAme.1f 4 CI 0 I be missed by all of us.
BA.r.1' 4 I 6 0 Collin..lb tIll 1 I
to Jim Collins at first : with a hard single through the box. Sta..trr.p 4 G I II W.et.lind.rf 4 G Z I Buy tells me he is going to Atlantic
base for a double play. The Florid- LaHullier walked sending Man- JllnHn.p 1 0. 0 :2Stillmanls :L ) City N. J. (not too far from
I \ ) I CI 0 2 :
ians were squelched in methodicalone : cos to second. Wallace the catcher -, C'"dd.p I 0 0 2 home) and Eckstein has duty at

two, three order in the second I I lined a single over second) and M..f\vt".r. 0 0. 0 2Ferrellp Norfolk, Va. The Sparky Gang
but put together another unearned Mancos scored standing up. On the I 0. 0 1Tutels doesn't like to say "goodb," BO

run in the third wht'n'' throw to the plate, LaHullier took S* 12714 Totals 3'-127 18i we will just say "so long" and

Camp opened the inning with a :: third and Wallace went to second. -Ron for Janctn.Florid wish both of you the best in your
double and then home University: ......_ Sftt 220 001' -9 future
came on an Red Verbanic sent a long high fly NATTC . .. .. ..... .. <>01 (11o&- Oil-4 assignments, ,
error to center field wiah LaHullier I Runes Helding, Camp 2. xcrbci 2. *
The Air Raiders scored their coming home after the <,catch and. l HVis 2. P..rnn, Stanirry, Mantra 2, LaHulli..r. Salty dungaree MACATEE of

first run of the season in the Wallace moving to third. Adams !I II 2, HVii., Stillmnn. .Mldinirton, WnlUrc.2. Collin Erron:2,lorbci\'erhnnie the Instructional Aids Dept. is

last half of the third when grounded to second but the throw 2.. Two bm hits 8..I. Jansen walked after working the I to first was wide and Wallace II hits: ><>rb.*.. Cwl M..bf.rlC. Stolen bare: Mnnccw, DavitKtldcn
count up to 3-2. Mancos beat outa scored. Collins grounded out to I Itoubl I.1.l y.: La Hillier to Collins city of San Juan, Puerto
ground ball and both runners end the inning. I II I to La Hullicr: 1tie.terling to Collins, La 'Rico. Macatee and his bluish lim.
were safe, though Jansen had Ilullier to Coll inn. Left on ba "': Florida '
a I| Again in the last of the ninth ousine are well known around
6. NATTC i. Struck out by Mminry: S
recurrence of an old knee injuryon it looked as if the Raiders had I I JanM-n 1 in 8 inninrx: ('udd 2 in two In these "parts" we will miss
sliding into second base on the started a winning rally after Man- clogs: Marerikovii :i in 2 inning; }'...rrl'lII Pt both of them.
play Stillman was sent in to run :' cos had been hit by a pitched ball I' in 2 inninfr' *. Winning pitcher: Starry.. .
Lcwiir rtrhrr: JaM-n fine of gems i:46Umpire
for him. Coddington grounded into I and then stole second scoring a .: Welth sad Epl.*.rt- parts of Florida and Georgia as a I'I HOLM, Kenneth S., Sic, Clans
-- -- official.
---- ------ -- competent sports
E-25 topped his classmates withan
I he started his coaching duties I

Yellow Water Smoker To Lot Set Aside Makeever professional played baseball.several This years season of average AEM of training 87.20. from Holm NA3 requested -

Lakehurst N. J., and is the first
I For Repairs On marked the start of his 28th yearin
I man to graduate from the AEM _
the national .
Feature Boxing WrestlingFollowing game.In I "A" School who requested the

I Private Vehicles 1920, Mr. Atakeoer broke I training from Lakehurst and hu
I into organized baseball with Moline I taken advantage of the present
the Seventh Naval To accommodate Naval Personnel of the Mississippi Valley aviation training program offered

District Boxing Tournament, which I : of NATTCenter with private I. League. From there he moved by the Navy for personnel with
::Die I ( ? around to various teams in the
YOIl1 eighteen months obligated service.
will be held here at NATTC next ow vehicles, a car lot has been set
South Dakota
: League Michigan We hope we get more men like
week, the wrestling team takes aside, where personnel may make League, and then back to Moline, Holm.
over and there will be a similar II That Florida last developed minor repairs on their cars. which was then a member of the

tournament for all grapplers interested state east of the Mississippi River, Facilities for changing oil haxe I Three-Eye League. He was a third He requested AEM training because
he likes electrical work and
i contains St. Augustine, oldest city already been installed. A tool baseman, and his best season at
the week of May 1. : desires to further 7m ability .
of European in the United I
I shack is now in the process of be- the plate was with Topeka in 1929
Al Sinibaldi, who champs the States? and to 'increase his knoicltdya.
ing built. when he banged the pill for a
But it is wonder his brotherwas
boxing team, will hold a similar I That It is said that between Later tools for repair work maybe .384 average.Mr. I a radar no repair ,man in the

title for Wrestling. Along with all 10,000,000 and 20,000,000 meteors obtained from the CMAA office. Makeever reported to NAT I Army and his father's professionis

of his boxing experience, Al also strike the earth's atmosphere daily Bldg 500. When a hoist for motor TC Jax in April 1945. His first yearas I, I shipboard wiring.Holm's '.
I I ? repairs is installed personnel maybe a Navy coach, was at NPFS
has had few matches in the I home is
That An automobile manu- way up
able to overhaul their own motors Ottumwa where his team won 17
ring as a wrestler. His aide for the I facturer must make parts for a in a shack set aside for that of 22 contests. His first year here, Roseau Minnesota and he i 18 a

Wrestling team will be C. G. Ar- discontinued make of automobilefor specific purpose. the NATTC team won 25 out of I graduate of Roseau High School.
Would like to
five ? mention MichalctU
cillo, SAD 3, who has had some years The repair car lot is located opposite 33 games a standout season aver and Vausbinder who tied for
experience and helps point out the That Baby bottles are given the golf:: course and to the age of ..757.Tennis>. place with 8330.
to grown men in some psychiatric rear of the NATTC Auditorium. .
boys' errors.A treatments to make them recall Well, it's time to wish Holm

tentative "Grunt and Groan" instances of babyhood which weigh Tourney and his fellow students good luckin

team gotten together by Sinibaldi, on their subconscious mind? SIX TEAMS IN their future assignments as
like this: W. G. AEM's and it's a hearty "so long"
goes That Alaska once was the Slated To StartIn
Kyden, 121 lb. class; A R. Smith, home of a race of super-bison with SEMI-FINAL PLAY from the AEM. ."A". School.

128 Ib.; J Harsen, 136 lb.; D. B. horns more than 53 inches in OF VOLLEYBALL TOURNEY Near FutureIn
Bugbee, 145 Ibs; D. C. Rusk 150 width? The volleyball tangle got off to I
Ibs. C. L. Wagner 165 Ibs., and a start last Monday afternoonwith '
; That Reflector-type signs Old ManYeatht'r has been hampering an effort to get all hands to TEA-Sparky Team
W. E. Wells 215 Ibs.
were not made practical until reflector the teams participating in participate in some kind of sport, ing MAD. The scores of the
A few of the boys will have their backs were covered with the Volley Ball Tournament, but and especially for all Ship's Co. sudden death 3playwoff
were TEA:
opening tryouts tonight. when the rubber coatings to prevent rust? so far things have been run off which are stationed here permanently 15-10: MAD 15-11 games, TEA 15-3

Boxing team goes to Yellow Wa- That It requires 25 poundsof on schedule and even one semifinal a Tennis Tournament for which keeps us in the tournament.
ter for a smoker and two or three feed to bring a pullet to laying game has been played. NATTC is now in the offing. Tournament Playing on the Sparky Team
: were
wrestling bouts will be put on as age ? TLT, TAI, and TOA drew byes I play started last night. I, Stanley, Henningsen, Petcavich

an added variety. All matches will That Blotting paper was in the first round of the tourna- Only seven teams are entered and Hubbard Koerth, and Demos
have a seven minute limit. Men discovered when a paper manufacturer ment and so automatically ad- trophy points will be awarded.The Scorekeeper-Ruszczyk.
participating in the matches will Tennis Courts locatedon .
accidentally left the sizing vanced to the quarter-finals. Other are
have to be announced later. I I teams who advanced to the Allegheny Road, west of Bldg
out of a batch of paper pulp? It is the scuttlebutt that Dynamic >
Some of the fights on deck fore That About one-half of the quarter tonal rounds were TOB, 423, "and the three courts will\] be Donald Rieve, the Generator

Smoker tonight show John I birds of the world do not migrate? who walloped TAS for two games; numbered from east to west. Court Phase's famous volleyball player

larolla, Jacksonville Golden That Floating islands of TAF, victor over Disbursing, and: 1 will be the East Court Court 2 I is heading for the big leaguea.
Gloves pitted against who forced to three will\] be the Middle Court and No.
Champion grass are a common sight in the TEA was go The only trouble I is! that Rieve is
Nick Del Greco promising Marine; Amazon River? games to beat the Marines. Be- 3 will be the West Court. I such a bashful player the boys
George Irland who fought well for sides these, TEB forfeited to Per- The is Sudden Death
Tourney a
That Flamingoes are only i i have a time getting him to show!
NATTC In Ottumwa recently, I rare visitors to the United States, sonnel and AM forfeited to TCT. elimination event and National his talent. Rieve-let's see you give

squaring off against Bob Perkins, and no longer breed on the mainland The winner of each match has Lawn Tennis Rules will be official the boys some competition!

Yellow) Water artist and runner- !I! ? Those living in Florida are to win two out of three games by Games will be forfeited if the 5.
up in the Golden Gloves Light im ports. at least two points. Fifteen points team or teams do not appear fifteen It looks like the reduction In

H avy, and Larry Esch of the That It takes three monthsto constitutes a game according to minutes after schedule calls force has hit us hard! Mr. Longof
NATTC team fighting Les Halter AAU rules for to be played. All Matches the
heat underground oil shale! to which are being fol games Instructional Aids Dept.,
Jack Fischer, the station's lead- a temperature sufficient to cause lowed. will start at 1630 on the courts and Dottie Johnstone in the Mimeograph -

fig fighter, may fight if a suitable Bob- the oil to vaporize so it can be designated. Dept. are losing their jobsas
opponent can be found. recovered? city of the U. S. Steel industry is If you don't have your own personal of the 30th of April. We sure

Brockway, Marine is also in the That Khudsorek, in Soviet about 91.8&0.500 tons? Tennis Racket, Tennis gear: hate to lose them as both have
market for an opponent from Yellow Russia, Is a village boasting only can be checked out from the Gear been conscientious and efficient

.... Water. Hostilities get under professional poets. Locker in Bldg. 513 by signing & worl(men.
way at 1930. STRIKER custody card. .
That Present annual caps5 -
-- And now for the weekly bit of

corn. Why does a duck walk soft"r 1

I BASEBALLAIR ly? Give up? Well, it's 'CU7: rt
League can walk, hardly! And it's time

for press so long, until next
ea.ui_' T.i by: Pekd.LAIA J-ndUidual Storing AitttguI week
"71( Ned it I For 10 or irx>r. name) RAIDERSVs.
A 2IC.TY.R: 75M Nam*-Ra.k-Team Ga... -A".. -H. I* S. \
all TfM 67u .
t&TO" Dix, G. LtJGAdmin 18 UK,5Chrintoff
/\ alo .
Tllr I6Ui.b The construction industry
loa'A. D.-Lt.JG--IPntal 18 166
In p 45Tcr Gully W.--hire.-Tralnlng }/ 1UMhahan. of the United States employed y

UO I' TAI fI 41AM 55t O. W.-U.JG-Adm. IS 141.1Ifenno. CECIL FIELD 2,400,000 men at its aU- ,
time peak in August, 1928. (
: V.-LI.JG-iH-nUl 11 144 C
l'ASO"ln.:1 B whit !<..... Gill. E.-L&.JG-T..lnlnlf 12 144,1Mll'n..I. One-tenth of the population ..
7'.s Well Le.t Pet.Iea4.t Friday 1630 of Chelsea London suburb

11 H2 8l
16 6 .'1\0 L. L.-1A;Training
1'.1..1. 14' .700 ..M>n. B.-K ii-Training II 1429 is composed of people 05., yean j
11I..1..1101 II II .UO Kelwr, TIt.JO Rental 17 140 SMauler. NATTC Baseball of age or more?
I II .4&8 -tmolr.--TtA: 14 117.I
ei"h. 1 The calendar JB
Tf/\ It ..400avilian Steel., K. P.- Idr.Admi.. II 117.1Hit.a Diamond same
( 1 4 M .20 D.-- Ena.- Admin. II US* used couth of the equator that we
1155" (Um .D*. (Jolhr: 211tw W.". R. JU-TKA IS 184,1 Support Your Team use, but they have summer duringour ]
'. li U4.
)""If" ram** IfenUl 14 JTeam B' winter?
lIar" tiuin..AdiaJntetraUmi. Ul IAttderw.w. J.-L1.4O--Dvvtal U JII.I I

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Eight JAX AIR NEWS 17 April 1947
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NAS SKEET TEAM 1 : NAS, FUers Open Home

f ff:

\ TOURNEY HERE Seuson With Twos .

NAS Jax's skeet team chalked Local Hurlers Hold Cherry Point

up another victory last Friday S4' I Marines To Eight Hits In Series
when it copped a three-team nice

ty outshooting NATB Pensacolaand B.v DOUG ('nOK. T, SZv --
Cecil Field. The local skee1- With three NAS hurlers allow- last week collecting live hits Ju

men dropped 435 clay discs from ing but eight hits in a two-game nine attempts, raising his' average -

the sky out of a possible 500. while series, the NAS Fliers swept two to .530.

their nearest rival Pensacola. more victories into the records last Fliers 8; Cherry Point '!
plucked 439 of the discs from the week when they trounced the Scattering safeties all over the

air.Cecil Cherry Point Marines S-2 and 108. outer regions of Mason Field, the
Field. which had only re The two wins give the locals' a 3-1 NAS Fliers baseball nine openedits

Gently won over the Jax Skeet club slate for the season. home season by pinning an 8-2

fell only three short of Pensacola'sscore No team has garnered more defeat on the Cherry Point Ma-

by racking up a total of than four hits from NAS hurlers. rines before such dignitaries as

436. The sharpshooters were decidedly and to make matters still better, Rear Admiral Ralph Davidson,

"off" in last week's match. the Fliers' batting averages have' who threw in the first ball, Cap-

Lt. A. D. Wood walked off with been shooting higher with every tain Anthony R. Brady and Comdr.

shooting honors for the three- game. Dick Allen in particular, Paul E. Enn ick.

team meet by cracking 95 discs! clubbed the ball viciously in the' The Fliers lost little time inurawmg

out of 100 tries. Chief D. T. Galli- .,__.._,__. __. L'J ...... ,......_._
nrsi DIOOU as tanto. ACOM. was close behind the
po a single to center to open
officer with 91x100 First Home Tilts
Jax a : score the game. Then, after Nig Allen
Pensacola proved to be the most had sacrificed head coach T. .
field, although S...
team the
Improved on -
IN TWO .\("fIOI"'Ktntilts. Ary initial sacker for the local
the locals won. the NAS Fliers took their poled a tremendous 420-foot round
Another shoot will be held al
first two home games of the 1947 tripper to depp left to tally after
NATB Pensacola next week and
season from the Cherry Point Guyton.
Whiting Field unable to make it
Marines before many of the stations The Fliers kept rolling in the
for the Jax match will also be -
entered. top-ranking officers.' The "second' when Allen led off with a

Fliers won the first tilt against!" single. Ary walked and Jim Zlen-
the Marines 8-2. by going on a t ta slashed a single to left to

NAS And NATTC batting spree in which they I n'-'! -< <>re Allen.

lected 12 safeties including l a Tiie Fliers collected\ live more
home run by T. S. Ary. i Tup II i
runs! in the fifth when they combined -
Enter 7th N D. I Nig Allen sparkling shortstop.beats } five singles and a walk to
I out a close( play at first in I knock Mike Feint Leatherneckhmler.

I the big. five-run fifth inning. from the box.
Boxing TourneyTwo
I Bottom ) Wally Hage.s; rounds l'a While the home team was blasting -

teams have entered the first following his slow roller to bingle after bingle. the local
third in the fifth
Seventh Naval District Boxing: inning as ace flinger Jack Seidwitz, was
Tournament which will be held at Frank Hayes of the Cheriy pitching peerless ball--having issued -
Pointers stretches for the bail
the NATTC Auditorium on 24 only two hits going into the
i rrow I
and 25 April. The two fistic groups.. i. last stanza.; In the ninth, however,

NAS Jax and NATTC Jax, are .. -- he tired a bit and allowed the Marines -
the only entries so far but several f to bunch a single and tripleto

other pugilists outfits are Twenty Teams Entered In Intra-mural gather two runs. c

expected to enter before the deadline Throughout the contest Jack's

Tuesday.Lt. control was superb as he passed
Comdr. Anthony J. Rubmo. Softball League Which Opens Tuesday only three opponents and sent j

boxing mentor, has ten scrappers seven down via the strikeout

working out daily in preparationfor route.
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the tourney. They include Rich- By Kehl. S2c Fliers 10; Cherry Point 3
ard Casciano. in the 115 lb. class: ly as long as there is good umpiring Entries For The Fliers swept the series Horn
Twenty clubs have entered the during the season, officials Open
Henry Schillizi. a bantamweight; I 1 the Marines the following day
Mike Hernandez and Aaron Garcia NAS Jax: Intramural softball believe. I when they pounded out 11 hits

in the 126 lb. group; Jimmy league which is scheduled to com- :! The schedule for this Tuesday ,28 April Station for a 10-8 victory. Once again it .
and the
Wednesday, opening days
Regan lightweight scrapper; Ed- mence action Tuesday with five was the local hurling that won ,
for both follows
DeCore in 147 !Ib. bracket loops, : the
die the Tennis TournamentEntries game as Hank Lacotta and
slated to be I
: Angle Synodis, 160-pounder: games played. NATIONAL LEAGUE I Johnny Sheffield limited the Marines .

Johnny Torres middleweight; The twenty teams have been divided (Tuesday) I are now being taken tot to four hits.

Jackie Mitchell and Sam Davis into two loops, the National Metal Division v*. Parachute the NAS Jax enlisted men's and I,I That the two pitchers though

in the heavyweight class. League and the American League. Loft. I. officer's singles tennis tournament their control was bad at times,

Trophies have been purchasedfor The National loop is slated to play Chief's Club vs. Flag Unit. to be staged soon at Main- i. and though the defense collapsed

the event and will be presentedat 'its tilts on Tuesday and Thursdays Boat House vs. Fire Dept. No. 1. side courts. The tourney is sched- I I at times really fogged the ball

the close of the tournament. I while the American will play T-7 Division. VSB Officers. II uled for 28 April, and all entries I!i I across'! the platter was proved by

I its encounters'! on Wednesdaysand Mainside Dis. vs. Plant Division.!' ., must be in by 25; April so pairings :,: the fact that they whiffed 16 bat-

Fridays. AMERICAN LEAGUE be made ters between them. They walked
may up.
I MEET THE FLIERS I I Monday' be left open for I Wednesday) I All entries should be sen to 12 Marines and Lacotta hit one

the officers' league now being I A & R Personnel vs. Inspection. Chief Robert Justiss at Bldg. 726 Leatherneck with a pitched ball.
formed. Also the intra-mural I I The Fliers broke
NARTU vs. Mainside Personnel. via yard mail or by contactinghim into the scoring
!, league will use Monday to play VSB Enlisted at ext 593. column in the second when
vs. Operations.
cff postponed games. Marines Det. vs Naval Hospital. Prizes' wil be awarded to the top Chuck Herford led off with a
The National loop is composedof walk. He went to second as Buzzer
Supply Dept vs. VO.SOFTBALL three racqueteers in both tour
4DICK teams from different activitiesat neys, with the two winners meet- Hayes walked and scored when
Mainside. It includes the Metals: ing each other to determine the' Ich Crane blasted a single to

Division of A & R, Parachute Loft station champ. Not only will the right. Lacotta walked to load the

VA-ATU No. 4 Officers, Flag Unit AND winners receive prizes, but the bases, and Allen slapped a bingle

Boat House. Fire Department, T-7 runner-ups and the consolation to center to score' Hayes and

Division, Chiefs Club. Ma Inside TENNIS ON TAB winner will also be rewarded for i Crane. T. S. Ary completed the

I Dispensary, and Plant Division .. their efforts. inning when he blasted a drive
(iA&RI.) to right to tally aootta and Al
After the tourney has been completed len.
I Teams in the American League the top contestants will be Lacotta blew
; are A & R Personnel Inspection picked to represent NAS Jax on up in the fourth
r Skipper Edge and her walking four men and giving uo
NARTU Mainside
Department ,
the I
tennis courts
"diamond dolls" have been I this summer two hits to
I give the Marines five
Personnel, VA-ATU No. 4 Enlisted { when the station will face such
ing out twice a week on the I runs and pull them within one run
Marine Detachment
Operations, work-I formidable
Plant diamond. getting net outfits as GeorgUUniversity. of the Fliers and Johnny Sheffield
Naval Hospital Supply De-
their initial i Florida \'. and several took the
loop opener over mound duties
partment, and VQ-A TU No 6. I service
of the girls' teams in Jax. The squads. It stayed that way until the sev-
There are still three or four Gills' is scheduled enth when
City League to I Weipert Cherry Point
other diamond teams which are open the latter part of this month. pitcher, singled and went to secon"
being considered for entry into the I Archers To Get as Cox
sacrificed. '
i Still carrying the brunt of the i With two ou'
) I
league. pitching chores for the WAVESare New Roving Range Blossfield hit a high pop-up over
Teams will play each other Eloise Petty and Ruth LaVere. the mound that the wind carriedout

three times during the season, and Both have been making marked Archery stepped back to tht I I of Allen's reach and Weipert
the top winner of each loop will scored the tying run.
improvement since practice began forefront this week when it was
-- '- I stage a "Little World Series" I.I An enraged Allen
and both should come through with learned the bowmen would havea slashed a vicious -
ALLEN is one ot the I which will be played at the Power "ase this season. new 28-target roving range constructed double to center in the home
five regulars oi the 1947 Fliei plant diamond under the arcs. half of the seventh and T.
With this Ary
Also of interest to the WAVESis soon. range, I
baseball who for
nine played I The best players of both leagueswill the intra-mural tennis tourna- archers can get all the range and I: garnered his third hit of the day
NAS last Allen, short-
year. be consolidated to form a will a single tallying Allen with the
hunting practice possible
atop is a fancy fielder who cov- ment which will be held on 23:
I varsity nine for NAS Jax. This also all of tie-breaking run.
and 26 the WAVES' permit types .games.At
April on mat:
ers a lot of ground and has a I(I In the
whiplike throwing arm. But his I outfit will play other naval stations This will be open to WAVES only their specially-called{ meeting single Crane Hayes slapped a
in this area. at the was hit by a pitched -
and gal, regardless of experince Tuesday evening ArcheryClub
'main value to this year's team any ;: ball and Ed
'is his ability at the plate. To Half a dozen diamonds have I is eligible to enter. plans were made for the i Hayes home. Allen Guyton single.1!
been for the and forthcoming hunting trip whieltwill then settled the ,
date. Allen has a batting over- groomed season Racquets can be checked out at
age of .531 including two doubles at least five of these will be used he WAVES Welfare Building and ,I be held later this .month. All game to center by ,blasting his third a two-run hit. triple!

!and .1 triple. A native of Latta, nightly. Games are scheduled foi I ntrants should leave their namesit members and prospective members The Leathernecks
S. C., Allen played high school 1630, but because of certain work Building 720 for the tournament. will be eligible to go. :' runs in the scored twu

ball, and played shortstop and ing hours some games will not bi __ h______ Civilians as well as military personnel bases ninth and had the
.catcher for ABATU, Norfolk, played until 1645.: Any team no; I may make use of the club'u i Sheffield loaded with two out, but
,, fanned
and overseas showing up for a game by 1615; i Pin League Playoff | facilities and beginners will be ter to end the tilt.the clean-ur bats ..
will grant a forfeit to the other coached in the bowman's art, 1 ,
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: / i I team. Slated For Tuesday j was stated. cers and enlisted personnel. Anyone --

1 The diamonds are located at wishing to enter should
central spots on Ma.nslde. Dia A play-off iii the otfherVJ i later! at the Golf Shack reg-
I | nt aoo
I bowling 1001) Mill be staged next Field Narrowed
mond No. 2 U between Saratogaand as possibleOut .
ca week when the "braid" of tie! |
Yorktown Avenues at Muatin of chi ,
qual.t'ying match will
KxecnlUe: Department. Bnll1'1' (Continued from Page 1)
Diamond No. 3 U located -
\ Road. come 21 Winners
I will -
:\0, 6 vie for top honor in (Ih" represent
i at the corner of Albermarle a.\d ner, Lt. Cleland, won by default NAB Jax and four each from
senior league! ,\ pluyoff \\
Mustin Road 1'1' from Comdr. Theodore WintersWho NATTC, the Naval Hospital( the
ueceatiliiteil when these h
I The remaining four diamonds keeling outfit ti{.'tl fir, Hrt -was out of town and unabl i Seventh Naval District, the Marine
are at Mason Field where many !: 1') play in the quarter-finals: i ii Corps, and' CNAAclTra
plate in (thl' l 1001'| ,
of the loop tilts will be played The N.I handicap; vsill' h. uvJ ,in1tli. I i ualifvlMKodii'lt/ to (lieu I Golf teams from nil ever the

I rJiamoixJu( : have< 11<'('11 fixed ur by .* (,1.1y..11 Ml., lrt the, i-ual I Qti 1lily| > ,inini'li t !fir t Ii''" He.nUi ; /. S 'fi.lli Naval i4iicf? (, will tarn -

th" NAH PliyHical Training Depi |put isms of tout leaner will (. "la vll Ljiatiui /;\l11, tournament tICL!, Ii" (UK. (Ji't"" K-t 'lourricy in

1 '- //Inch m also holding an count. h4' game in set fur TunnUy I t, to foe played on the local May 'l'elln'Rr'OIiI Italian: / Iliver,

If I I' umpin ',. iiool Lo acquaint men ( ('venlna.t/ 1000 At the! Of-.1' I' 'lu.h.s M, Iii, 1G and 17 May, will I Qrix-ii Cove SIHIIIR, and other naval
f II with" I Iht rul('. of noftJ all The II11" )- fltvnr'rt Bowling A.lly. iit held Saturday :'t May ''rh.v activities within tlto Dinlrirt

I ,,, ,. A' "l"in, will run .trtnvilh, hMirnameiii 'IB nfwn" (10 genii 'it'O will I lalct' !tin active |1)r'lPage :

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