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


.. Singed This WeekendNavy

\ Demonstrations Will Add

Thrills To Gala Two-Day Event

One topic<:-aviation-is being discussed by Jaxons more If.t

x r. hill t another this* week as plans near completion for the

Second Annual Southeastern Air Show at Craig Field on

xM 2i: <\ and 27 ApnlAuminded.

adults and youngsters by the thousandswill :

flock this week-end to the' airport on the Beach Road

to see the famous "Blue Angels" -
demonstrate their flying skill.and : I NY25); May Philadelphia

r the ex-naval aviators" now members -I May. and the Birmingham Air
1 of the Naval Air Reserve Show7 and 8 June

t y' 4 Training Unit, who will stage a I To most aviation enthusiastswho
., 304c
r mo*'k) bombing and strafing attack attended last year's South-
on the field. tastern Air Show, this year's performance -
The Flight Exhibition Team'sshow of the exhibition team
will include some intricate I will be even more thrilling Sine
flying formations and tricky aerial : their original appearance m the
maneuvei Also to be presented is 1946 show. the pilots have been
the evei-popular attack on a Jap 'equipped with the speedier and
= "Zeke", with the luckless pilot t la more maneuverable F8F Bearcat

(dummy( parachuting to safetvIt I The NARTU fliers will carry
will be the final appearancewith out a co-oidmated simulated at-

.ri v the team of two of its original -I tack on the field to demonstrate
:i ; membersLt. Comdr R. M the tactics used in World War II

..1'\.i ;', V'ons the leader and Lt. Comdr. Display of their flying ability will
-- serve to show the public how the
; M N, Wickendoll. Both are being '
tin: MIGHT MUNITION: T''.VM: celebrated its !anniversary last week and Hear Admiral l ordered to flight instructors N'avx s Reserve Program is enabling -
i Ralph Da' .>t\1n. commandant ot the Seventh Naval District and Chief of Naval Air Advanced school it was understood. America to maintain her foi
" Training was on hand to I ongratulate the team pilots Lt Comdr. R ;s. 'Butch Voris, leader of the Following their appearance in o met' Navy combat pilots in complete -
I group standing before t i his Bearcat fighter. explains a maneuver to the Admiral as Lt. R. A Clarke, the Jacksonville affair, the "Angels readiness in the event of another -
I' I'lg I v\ t' ..fay. and I Lt. ( A. Knight. other flight team members look on with interest. haw tentative scheduled national emergency The
Navy planes to be flown by the
----- dates at the Memphis Cotton Carnival -
1 18 Max.'. Grumman Factory .I Reserve aviators will be on display
THE "ANGELS" REST I __ ____ on the ground before they take to

NAS Favored To :: .'::pr- ---- '_....... .- i, the air
: I i I Tickets to the show are on alt
at Mainside and NATTC Ship
Take District -V--
: Service as well\ as the 0" Club.

''N .. '., t | Tickets to the Aviation Ball on
Fistic Saturday night at the Ceorg
I Washington Hotel are available at
the District Welfare Office Bldg ,
11%' BILL Ii t:1 II., :s2A' A02.:.? ext 2t>4 Tariff H 80 rents
; 41-
NS Jax's Golden Uloves and 9; ty"v T 1? y
) A.A.U, tistu' champs will be heavy
:" favorites when they step into tin OFFICERS' PIN

ring tomorrow night! in the Srv
enth Naval District Boxing TOUI-
, nament at the NATTC Audi to i iium } LEAGUE WON BY

The first bout will start at

Co-sponsored byOAS aril i NATTC Jax, this tourney; is the
IK kxmitiv I I Department at
first district-wide ring fest ever
held. Last year the NAS scrap- Officersu'
pers won the Command trophy In ,
,ill .d>owin over ATU No 6 In
the only serx.u'e-sponsored tournament -
I t hi II i si"' heduled play-off matt
H.."th outfits were tied for the
Coach Anthony Rubino leatlu i
t. ''r [p") ,Mtion and a play-off was :ietdtecl -
pu hers have a double incenturATI ">1! .

-- $ 'd ; r. ''ting the pace fur their grand-
-' r I : 11UL1.I'fI\ : -: n \* in over ATU was Lt. Comtii

Eliminations for th..e .Se% Herold, \\', Schvxerdt. who rang up
enth Naval District Boxing .j :tiital,,t" 1 pin score of 593 for th.'
uut i t' game senes!!. Following close
Touniev .will be held this +
b. l hii,ci Lt Comdr. Schwerdt on the
evening at 2000 in the r "\t'. utive I ledger were Lt Ernest

I NATTC Auditorium because w e.K J:... \\hte. Lt t ijff> Robert Hobbs Lt

I of the entry of a Till: FNTIKF; : FIIOHT 'Tl::\M: 1""* >!h1." \ .Ih"ti. .I-'h.. I I' .i. .. : 1,0,, t-t- -;I-'-::;I ,i .' i Flight t Lta 1ci1 < 'i)niclr. Robert J. Baird and Lt

: team from Key West, \'PI'IIst'at..d in hiS crukpit. Then ait. 1 kit to ii ht. It l'\.mdl '1 :" \\'.., tit, l'd"li' .t. ('"molt Clarke, William. Stevenson each rolling
scores of 493, 469, 462 and '407lespectivtlv ,
I which flew in late yesterday Lt, Knight); and Lt I'J igi I :Ma\. ,
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For ATU No 6. Lt ComJi De-
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to win this tourney, as it is the
"rubber" match between NAS and WAVES Leaving .
.:A TTCo NATTC copped the Golden -
Gloves team trophy in Ja\ f
'NAS By 1 June r
while NAS was three places aheadof .
NATTC in the NATAC meet
There b<* a lot leas girls in .
held Ottumwa Iowa -- .
at ,
Navy blue around NAS: in the near
Mentor Rubino will send eightof future ,
his top pugilists into the ringto -
The mass exodus is on with all
slug it out with the best which
WAVES who did not extend then
Coach Al Sinabaldi can put forth
for NATTC. Three other naval activities active duty until 1918 preparing
11 ( to return to civilian life bx 1 June ,'- .
( scheduled to participate
.l,' but which have not yet sent their, To observe the occasion and to

entries In are Green Cove Springs: enable the girls! to get tigethti $1lPolmnmaJneItLn.r-eierEmunui.nne' :- TULeo
j Cecil Field and Banana River, tor one last time and say 1'81'E'W1I8. : ,

A ',.. The boxing card for NAS will WAVES Welfare staged H parts 0 i
have Richard Casciano in the 115- Tuesday night at the WAVES: I

lb, class: Henry Schillitt: the 118- Club There was singing around x

lb. bracket Jimmy Regan or Sp-Sllc. t
Aaron Garcia in the 126-lb. group; ( )
Mike Hernandez in the 13 -lb. division "boogie-woogie", there wot,' yuircontests t1GIR A
/t .
; Eddie DeCore in the 147- bingo. and plenty to.I nr
Ib bracket; Angie Synodls in the and drink

180-paund class: Johnny Torres or Among the WAVES whl w.'f r
Jackie Mitchell in the m-lb! honored !at the party and VMO I will
group, and Jim RegnoU in the I be leaving the station in the ")11I-t i
heavyweight division I ing weeks 'are M\ DunninlJ I
Foe NATTC Richard Betht: will Boyle, \\' M Y'arty' M ('altiig.,, ,':H
fight in the 118-lb bracket. Larry :I K. Kogelmon C Parker, C \"'Ilry" .
Eacli, 127-lU group. Halter or JoeL R. Turf, E Jurd, M Wood M
Mbncar, ITi-lb class; Jack Ftaher. Robb, E. Stahlbusfli, R. Pal ten,. A
117.Ib. division, Jun Perkuis 160 i Eider M. Kiuz, \ Tillman M IN TIIPIEC U.St'AI' fauUlcis. flying/ ; formation three or the Blue Angels roam overhead ax )huadreds offerently
U>. l bracket, John Del Greco t IT>. Glass, M Stevenson, O Dunn. and spectators (tine the seaplane rnniii at .Corjmn: Oiinsr. where UK. 'cam appeared at au Air RhfoW.t .
(COIIUnm'l4J on face/ 3)) i I I (Continued <>M 1 I.*%* 1)) Wherever Ihep have flown the l "Angl"IR" have/ been \tlte ()\lI:11 A"<.Mt(> ifi tra.'tton t fMi U,,, f."oJTA.I"'

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Two JAX AIR NEWS 24 April 1947 '

Mainside Born And Ballenger Take

Top Honors In Golf MeetTwo

Crew's Dance
golf kings were crowned over the week-end in the

Officers' Golf Tournament and a third is to receive his crown

later this week

Comdr. Howard E. Born copped the title in the Cham-

pionship Flight by defeating Lt. Comdr William Foley, 5 .

and 4, last Saturday, and Lt. Comdr. F. P. Ballensrer won his ,.
golf fame and honor by dropping

It .. Lt. John Posthumus, 1 up, Monday;
R Hospital afternoon on the local links. -
: % }j5
A' ,
S = ; The winner of the Second Flight
will not be decided until today
ChatterBy when Captain James Grant wiU
D A ,lfty Rws'' i..iD vie with Lt (jg) Bain Allen far "
U t h the top honors.

CIIUDOBA &; WHITE The three winners and the trio .
of runners-up will receive awards
The Softball Team
Hospital next week at the "O" Club. All ..
chalked another win Thursday
up six will receive- golf equipment for
night at the expense of the A &: R prizes.
lub With White hurling a no-hit,
Comdr. Born outclassed Lt (jg)
no-run game: the boys had no Carl W. Truter, 3 and 2, to reach
9 ,rouble winning by the score of
the final round of play Lt. Comdr.
Head led the team with two
Foley dropped Lt Jack Jones, -4
: : ,lean hits over second base, bothf and 3, to advance to the final
> which drove in runs needed for scrap.
he win In the First Flight semi-finals
Lt. Fosthumus won from Ens. Ed
The Intra-Mural League gets Youmans, 3 and 2, and Lt. Comdr.
the 23rd with the
under way on Ballenger had to go all out to win
Hospital team playing the tough from Lt. Comdr Robert. Farkaa
Detachment at Mason
Marine 2 and 1, to make it to the finals
field This game, and all League Captain Grant dropped Lt.
;'W A n tames, will get underway promptlY Comdr Delwin Liane, 6 and 4,
1 v at 1630 Schedules will be posted -
and Lt. Allen won from Lt Henry
on all boards, so read them Cleland, 9 and 8, to move to the
and try to get out and back our final bracket in the Second Plightliitellat

..___________ ...... e.. < .w-.__,.. _.__wm __.,, team; it's a good. *one. \\' TourneyThe
white-hat golf tourney,
THE CREWS DANCE at Mamstde Auditorium Friday night turned out to be one of the most The'elfare and Recreation Department scheduled to get underway the
successful of theear as :500\ dance lovers swayed to the strains of Louise Sheldon and her All-Girl Orchestra came through with two
first week of :May has been postponed -
The band captivated the crowd as It' switched from fast peppy numbers to smooth sentimental of the neatest ball gloves in town. until after the middle of
) arrangements! The trumpeter plays a solo as admirers crowd around. I Inset) The Louise Sheldon Work like this is! greatly appre- the month because of the Seventh

Trio gives out with some sweet harmony to set hundreds of feet tapping in rhythm. ciated by all. hands.. Naval District. golf tourney which

will be held on the local course
WaVES Win Their Initial Softball Tilt The first of the boys! of TroupeSix 14, 15, 16, and 17 May. The quah-i' 'r
trim Charles
; to get a job was fying rounds for this links program
Cooper. The accident took place will begin 3 :May at the golf
Will Begin Tennis Competition Tonight this past week. The barber rates I course _

roses for having such steady i This District tournament is opento
NAS Jax WAVES their -----
rang up nerves for such a close shave. If both officer and enlisted
first: softball win of the season last Y Coop could only crow, what a lot person
I : Is ne!. Anyone wishing to enter
Saturday, although it will only Navy Seeking
of work he could save the night should register at the Golf Shackas
into the books as a practice encounter -
go ,1,000 More Nurses Master-at-Arms.
soon as possible
The local WAVES ran .

roughshod over the NATB Pensa- I. The Navy is opening I an all-out Among the missing this week is for those who haven't, let this bea
Coach Skipper Edge's ten had I to a recent bill giving I night on delayed orders to reportto .
one big inning in the third frame nurses the status of permanent I Great Lakes for a long coursein Tuesday tournament time
to put the game on ice. The localsgarnered I By SKIPPER EDGE, &P(6)2c) commissioned rank with commensurate electronics Best of luck to you, again! It's "hearts" this round, y
10 runs, seven of them The week just ending was a notable pay and allowances which little-man and as cut-throat as you like.
by the way of hits, and the other I one in that we said goodbyesto has already passed the House and You've still plenty of time to get
three "donated" by the outfielders many of our friends The farewell the Senate and is currently await- The word has gotten around your game letter perfect and walk
oC the Pensacola team Each team I parties were enjoyed by all, ing the President signature. I that the officers aboard are form- off with the prize ...
had four miscues on its ledger, despite the note of sadness which At present there are only 2,200 ing a Softball team to enter the .
Ruth LeVere took the mound for I prevailed with everyone- saying Navy nurses on active duty and local loop. After taking all candidates We think that Bill Sinclair \
the Jaxons and gave up 10 runs "so long." To you new "civilians," 300 are expected to leave by 1 July. I into consideration, it looks should stick to orange juice. Why?
on 11 hits while passing but five we wish smooth sailing. With only 1.9OO Navy nurses on like this should be another good Well, maybe! because he looked a
LeVere sent six of the visitors A wedding in the station Chapel duty, the naval service will be in team to represent the hospital.The little under the weather last Sunday -
back to. the bench via the strike- Saturday. 19 April, united a former I urgent need of at least 1,000 more, or it could be the weight of
out route. I WAVE, Jean Chisholm, in it was stated.According I "Whodunit" play brought that new sport jacket he recently
For the NAS WAVES, Lois Pet- I marriage. :Mary App served as to Capt. Nellie De- ,, out by the YMCA will be in the : acquired Hopkins, HAle
ty was the big gun. She had a perfect bridesmaid Who the lucky man Witt Director of the Navy Nurse I Rec Hall tomorrow night at 1930 (WAVE), will spend the next thir-
day at bat with five hits! for was, I've been unable to find out. Corps, qualified nurses who servedin I We know this will be a good'one, ty nights working at DependentUnit
five trips to the plate, one of her But the couple will reside in Jax the armed services during the 180 put your head in a pencil Wonder what Bob Horn will
hits being a four-bagger in the Week-end jaunts turned up a war may return to active duty if sharpener and make it a point to do now? Long, PhMSc, our
thiiri Skipper Edge also had a multitude of events Madeline Mc- they have not passed their 35th be on hand I week-end master-at-arms, is doing
perfect day at the plate, battingout Donald and Ann Elder scurried to birthday Nurses'between: the ages I a great job getting the boys up in
a homer apd three singles for Key West, Fla, and covered the' of 21 and 28 who did not have I Saturday night will find that the morning and keeping J. Rosellat
four tries! LeVere and Herm Rump keys by bus. Then to Miami which war service may apply for duty as favorite card game, "Crazy Eight," the O D.-s desk company Will
each collected four hits out of five offered a fiesta, a boat cruise, commissioned officers in the Corps, I going full swing in the Rec Hall he be as rough and tough as his
tripe to the dish. and happy hours of shopping. she pointed out It t fun, and it's easy so let's long-lost. buddy Conley We'Ullee
( ante Neat Week Sounds like fun. Particularly the all get in on the deal. Pillow, HA2c, and Lackner,
A practice game has been scheduled siesta. Oh, excuse us, we thoughtit Betty Rucker and Barbara Wrightfor HAlc, have been complaining of
for next week with the high- was siesta," but it's "1 esta." Daytona Beach. Ann Elder The Thursday night Rec Hall putting. on weight. Sorry, boys,
ly-publicized Greyhound Girls And to top it off, Madeline and Flo and Marie (Traveling) Desmond party will feature a floor show by I didn t know the chow was that
from Jax. This outfit is sponsoredby Hayes are off to Havana this coming made a call to St. Augustine. If performers from the Bagaley Juvenile -I good Bischoff, PhM3c alias
the Kennel Club in the City I week-end. Some traveling, we you think we stayed home ;)'ou're Theater of Jacksonville I Whisper, has been a bit on the
League and i. picked to win the must cayJOKE crazy. We went fishing My catch, I Those of you who've seen these quiet side. Usually you could hear
girls' loop crown but the WAVES. OF THE WEEK: Ask in six hours of hot sun, was one- talented entertainers before know I him three blocks away. It must
ha-e other ideas on that subject. I Mary Mitchell how she managedto half pound trout what a good show is in store, but i be love or either he a broke..

Announcement has not been made I miss her plane on the way back -- W
yet where the game will be played from Washington, D. C. She miss- ANOTHER: NEEDLESS ACCIDENTU.S.NAYY
The WAVES will open play in ed it in Charleston S. C. Mary
the Girls' City :League the early attended the Delta Theta Chi Sorority -'
part of May Last season, they meeting in D. C, and also
were runners-up in the loop took in an air show. She saw Iren
Tennis Tonight Kidd, an old-time former WAVE ..
Tonight the initial round of playin better known as ""Kentucky whois
the WAVES tennis tourney is I working in the Overseas Section -
slated to get underway In the first of the Navy Dept If you don't
racket; Alice Roth will meet Barb get Mary's deal, ask her how longit
Wright, and in the last round of i takes a plane to log in with
play for today Margaret Jones Operations. And to top it off Mary
will vie with Betty tucker for second I had no one to tell her troubles to .

round honors. Tomorrow evening as her roommate, Rosie Devine, is ,.;.: : ti
: at J730 Herm Rump, Ina on leave hitting Philadelphia and :::
McLean, Helen Kraus, and Ellen : numerous places up North .. 1- '
:Mewter will jlay, their two rounds. I Winnie Jones is due back this 95573. ; .
The games will be played at the week from New York Wonder how 5.TIIEKE .
WAVES mat, and racquets can be I she liked the weather. You know h. 0

checked out at WAVES Welfare) that's our favorite subject weather ..: ,.
building If you ever want to know when ;4. iJ
Other participants in the tourney it's going to rain, ask the girls ;' try "
who will not meet until Saturday on the Softball team They know.
and Sunday in the third and Have you heard about Mary ear
fourth brackets. include Ann El- len Robb, Ruth LeVere and EI-I' .a'+, # :a

tier, Sammy Davis, LaVarne Roelle nie Peacock packing 45's. Pistol
packing WAVES! Just call Peacock .
and Eloise"< Petty
Is.' .. I "Buffalo Bill" for short % 4 J I _____
Just after Pearl Harbor an Right, Jennie :
American businessman in San Fran Free really started something -

Francisco became a bit worried when she bought her 41.. .,
"wince his household servants>> were i I Plymouth. Now the WAVES are A bt
all Jape. He was reasonably mire I sporting cars like mad. Sammie
of their integrity, but decided to Davis and Jan Boyle broke out Sx
I r
nuinimm the valet and question a neat '41 Oldsmobile, with Kloise! I .1,11
),im. "Cato," he said "if the Jape Petty and Peter Paul running _
invaded you wouldn't stab me in around in a '46 Chrysler Now > .
the back, would you?" Phyllis Poole and this writer owna IS ONLY ONE SAFE and sure way to avoid accidents when you are driving a motor ve
"Oh, :no," salt Cato "That is '46 Hudwm The parking lot 1- and that's to obey ALL traffic regulations, One important station regulation is 'the r quiremE'nt. ",
gantener'a ;vb. :Me set house on I looks pretty full these days_ drivers come to a full atop at stop streets. What happens when a motorist fails to observe this
ii..." I Also off for the week-end weft) is shown above The accident: occurred last week at the corner of Enterprise .and Child sheela.'age .


24 April 1947 JAX Am NEWS Page Tlirea

YOU CAN'T WIN By Hough .
.t Navy Comedy Divers ,_ :: :. _-i-', -- : .-:._ -:--:- .; ,'IX' ..

To Perform In Jax : ,
r Like to see guys do funny I MAINSIDE

I I dips and dooos Well, the placeto 1
see some mermen do this: is
at the Springfield pool tomorrow
T. night when the Navy's [

e comedy diving team will perform yAflU5NI
,I at 1930. l

( The four "Aqua-Maniacs" who I _
will put on the show at the

, natatorium are Jim Popovich,
IJ// 1 Jim DeGroote, J. F. McNally, '
and Bill Egllnton. This will be _
LLLLJ '''the first appearance of the :

group before local audiences.

:\ i

: : Wet"kllaYt-1'JSO ands?(000; 'et'k-eruJIto-H30' and 2000.

Only one more day remains for I TIIUK3DAY
... officers and enlisted men to enter "I STOLE A MILLION", starring George Raft and Claire Trevor
the intra-mural tennis tournament Drama.
which is slated for Monday at'' FRIDAY
1630. I "ANGEL AND THE BADMAN", featuring John Wayne and Gail

So far only a few enlisted men Russell. Western. 4

have signed up, and if more are SATURDAY AND SUNIIAY ".,
not entered by 1630 tomorrow aft- "CARNIVAL IN COSTA RICA", starring Dick Haymes. Musical.

ernoon when the entry deadline is MONDAY
y up the tournament will be cancelled "HIT PARADE OF 1917", with Eddie Albert and Constance Moore

I1 wa I Chief Robert Justiss. who is in TUKMAY:; AND' UEDNE.SII

I charge of the racquet meet, is "ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND," starring Tyrone Power and

I having even more trouble with Alice Faye. (Replay of a hit musical of a few years ago.)
_ 'Someone! said It's an all-girl orchestra. 'I I the oincers' tourney, though, as THURSDAY:;
Y/ no officers, have entered so far. "A LIKELY STORY", with Bill Williams and Barbara Hale. Ro-
Cancellation of their matches will mantic rama.I' .
LargeContinued become effective tomorrow after-

t noon unless eight or more enter. JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
( from Page 1) There is still time to sign up, I'

S Davis. and anyone interested in doing .so Slums start at 3000.
ALi being separated, but unable should contact Chief Justiss at THURSDAY AND "'lcmA Y
to attend the affair, are M..1 Bldg. 726, or ext. :593. "BLAZE OF NOON", starring Anne Baxter.
1 Brooks. I. Nagel, O. Petrovetz GMoore SATURDAY

E. Davis, P. Hay, B. Gillen- "A LIKELY STORY", with Bill Williams and Barbara Hale.
water. )(. Sonnemburg, F. Koz PERSONNEL RELATIONS SUNDAY

By J. 1''. N>l 'n, AC'MM loski, S. Hartly, K. Alcedo, J. Al- "ANGEL AND THE BADMAN, featuring John Wayne and Gail
gola. M. Lewenllyn. M. Schafer, M. EXAMS ARE ANNOUNCEDAn Russell '
Election of officers highlightedour
: McDonald, R Derfuss, J. Barrett. MONDAY AND TUESDAY
club meeting Monday night J. P. Muenchow, R. Roth R. open-competitive examination -
Lyons i
IN RICA" Dick Hayme
,v "Red" Owens was elected to thepresl.t..ncy "CARNIVAL COSTA starring!
Gill M Applegate. H. Alstatt, T.I for probational appointmentto WEDNESDAY"HIT
Chief Blankenship was Thilimenos. V. Karringtion. D. Bel- 'I the positions of Employee Rela- PARADE OF 1947", with Eddie Albert and Constance Moore,
named vice. president. "Smiley"arprnter I levan I. Doughety A. Saylors A. tions or Personnel Relations Officer THURSDAY
was chosen as secretary, Goodmen. E. Athinson. I. Delan- CAF 7 to 11, and Employee "ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND", starring Tyrone Power and
Chief Coakley will be the new I noy, J. Purser, B. Sullivan and R. Counselor or Personnel Counselor
I Alice
treasurer and Chief Wilma Boehm Sheerer. Officer CAF 7 to II, has been Faye.

remains as assistant. The new I WAVES attending the party who 'I announced by the Director Fifth OTHER EVENTS

Board of Governors includes', Chief I will remain on active duty during U. S. Civil Service Region, Atlanta -
Wilczuski.; "Swed Erickson, the coming year include N. P. Reid, 'I Georgia it was stated last BINGO -ARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage
Chief' Hanley, Chief Lipeky. Chief P. Poole. B. Wright, B. Vladeff. M. .I week in Industrials Relations De- ATHLETIC UKAR-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and J
Achoa Chief Rathburn, and Chief Glover, J. Peacock. L. Lindgrin. E. partment :Memorandum No 12-47 Mustin Road, 1000-1130 and 1300J.830 daily and at Gear Room topside .

Wi>n:* tler jl I Petty B. Kinnison, B. Rucher, AKostalnik. Interested persons must have Bldg. 726. 0300-1700 on work days.

Congratulations to all of you, J. Joviria, R. Le Vere, I their' applications on file with the MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Hear of Bid!:. 39, open 1200-2100(
anti may you do as fine a job as M. Mortinetti, A Bogart H. Rump, Director prior to the close of business daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
% your predecessors! M. Jones M. Knox, H. Kraus, E. I on 29 April 1947. Those desiring BOWLING-Six alleys located in Malnsida: Recreation Building

The movies have been cut to one I Messer, I. McLean. P. Hayes H. to file for the positions No. 3. Alleys open from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700-
night a week, Thursdays at 2000 Baumn, E. Foley(. Hamilton, M !'I should contact the Board of U. S. 2100 Saturdays and Sundays.

'o Tonight's show will be "Trade .I Tucker, and S. Edge. I I: Civil Service Examiners, Bldg. 450, BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
Winds" with Frederic March and A number of WAVE officers for the necessary forms and additional Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 59J; or report to Mamsida Mat after
1 Joan Bennett Come on up and enjoy will also be returning home be- ,' information 1500.
1 fore the 1 June deadline. 'I .
an evening of tine entertainment They MA1NSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
J were guests of honor at Hamburger I the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
last at
Chief Saba, our retiring president Fry Friday night Officers their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding recep
the Skeet Club given by their fellow
had a bit of hard luck last Lions by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho
WAVE officers who are remaining '
wCek-end. He was traveling in his active (Continued from Page 1) nograph available for use of all hands
on duty. Twenty-
home< county and driving another six WAVE officers attended, with win Liane led the losing keglers LIKKAKY-Located on second deck of Mainsida Recreation Build-

chiefs car He had just swung out 10 Red Cross girls: as guests.: The with a 475 pin total. Not far be- Ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday.< Saturdayfrom
of line to another car whena hind him came Ens. Harold Smith
pass party also served as a welcome to 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
Georgia state highway patrolman Ens. Mary Winter who had just reported with a score of 471 Ranked behind SWIMl\IINH-loutdoor( pools: ) Daily Monday through Saturday-
nailed him. Frank, let's not aboard< : these two leaders were Lt. Johnny 0800 to 1900.; Sunday-1200 to 1900.

pass on curves anymore.We : The six WAVE officers who will M,, Johansen with '(to. Lt. Jack GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun
don't believe there's a chief I be leaving NAS are Lt. (jg Mild Carpenter, who pinned a 348, Lt. day from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
on Uie station who doesn't' know red Breland, Lt. Estelle Seward, Harold Sutton, rolling a 266 for trunks prohibited on Golf Course
Chier Louie Gratz Louie started I two games, and Lt. Vincent Collins, to enlisted
Ens: Lucille Lindgren. Lt. Louise ; ANCHORAGE-Open daily personnel (with liberty
out to go fishing down at Black Edelman, Lt. Florence Beever, and carding a 93 for one game. I cords and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
Creek! the other day and had a Lt. Martha Logan The exec keglers had little worryof Field.

tough break. Seems that there I losing the play-off tilt after the TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train..
were a couple of dead cows in the i second line had been rolled, for No. 726 and also Mat
ing Building on area (corner of Muslin and
.lid road, and Louie hit one. No one 'NAS! they chalked up a total pin score Yorktown Itoads).
,... got hurt but Louie's car. Poor of 2439 compared to their opponents' -
AICCIIER\--Club, located in Bldg. 899\ open daily from 1800to
r" Jjouie. never even got a steak out (Continued from Page 1) 2081. They rolled lines of 2200.; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
of :all that beef. I I 775. S60. and 794. compared to.ATU's
Ib. class and Ciarolla in the welcome.
; Harry
We understand that Chief 688, 694, and 699.
heavyweight division URSfI.RYSponsored by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 1101.
Chimberlain is his"hucket.obolts" The winners will be presentedwith
comparing that wonderful"huzzbuggy" Billy Chenoweth, 115-pounder a trophy next week. Mondays and Fridays-0800 to 1200; Tuesdays-1800 to 2400; Wednes
to will fight unattached in this tourney I days0800 to 1800; Thursdays-1300 to 1800; Saturdays--0900 to 0100
o C Hook Wagner'sSine I although he is stationed at REDUCTION (Sunday). Rates-hourly) 20 cents for one child, 25 cents for two or .
Hook's "rat race" has beenhirii
Mainside I more; (monthly) $6 for one child, $7 for two or more.
up it looks pretty fair. Perhaps i ;
Captain Howard V. Hopkins, THAN EXPECTED
a little wager between the NATTC Commanding Officer, will I WHERE TO GO ASMOKE
two will settle
things ,
Chief Emerson has gotten up. himself present the awards and trophiesto The proposed rxluetlon-In- USO Armed Service Center, 122 West Foraylh Street. Lounge
brand the winning contestants and force to Ix- effected by 30 April open 0300-2300; dormitory open 24 hours a day-with showers, shaving
a new setter. A ;
beautiful animal, Al. Here's very hoping ( team following the final bout I among IVb employees has been I facilities, etc.
I The Commandant's trophy and eased by a laat-minula rake In
that he gets you many birds!'!. the Seventh Naval District trophy the' ]>TSOIIHI railing. for NAS
Chief Krzosowiak went fishing will be awarded to the winning' I by the Chief of Naval Air Advanced New Swim Squad I Jax under the direction of Lt. Paul

Saturday and brought back a very team. I 1 Training, It was learne'iyslerday. King, swimming mentor.
fine mess of speckled perch. He' : Little less than weeks
I Formed six ago
took them to the CPO Club for Runs I Being By
up purchased from a Instead of a cut to 870. the NAS Jax had, a crack swimming:'
the boys to have cooked up. Chiefs' pretty fair, too.. r station hAlt been. allot**! IOOJ'b 'I team, but now all that is left of
Mathieu, Stanton Cook, and Ski | Chief Harris and his family employees. With a I preventtotal Lt. King At NAS the fine tank squad of 15 men arcs
had a very tine time picking bones were seen wetting their. hooks in [ In
on board now of 1,077 IVb three lone vets these three rep
out of fish Did you enjoy*your the waters of Black Creek last i Swimming has once! again popped -
employee, the rfductlon-ln-force turning men, Lt. King has: soma
little trip Ski? I Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Harris back on Mainside's! active-
will !.., eoiitlderably less than stellar performers. Because of
Your reporter is sporting around caught a couple of kittens (little !' h* station in a "heap" that h* catfish to ). is being formed for NAS
k the you --- -- -- -- swim outfit was disbanded!
-- - -- ---- -----
Lt. King must now worry about
setting up a team which will ably

-.I < STALEMATE ll1 Harold Jones, Sl Free Ride represent NAS Jill in the forthcoming
District and Command

"?, .. meets which will hi held in July.
f and August prior to the All-Navy 4

; meet here in August Teams from ,
s O1UMA all over the world will trek here

jj to take part! in the All-Navy af

three remaining men left ",-
r for the coach to build around aw

Joe Popovich. George Ripley, r<&
Henry Scheffler Popovich. *
6 sterling performer in .-*?* freestyle
V Ripley speciallr' in the
backstroke and tier Work

out well in the f'&t stroke.

to .. J tl t! s Any menui>. should: try out
:0; contact
," .. for the ta
\: ;:.. Lt Kiny 726 or ext.I .

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Four JAX AIR NEWS 24 April 1&*.. I


\ -ufs Letters To The EditorDear Irs A TOUCH LEI7E; Ey sCccvosiii I

J11J ; .

Editor: i ll l I i { I I I I uulr t)
editorial Offlc

South Wing, Lower Deck, BMg. 9S0 The anonymous poem, entitled "Florida",

Telephone Extension 8184 appearing in the 17 April edition of the JAX iIiI17iiiOR

I AIR NEWS was as near nothing as I have .
Arthur M. Greene, Editor 1 I
seen in print in many moons. The poet ((1)) I

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the has one worthy trait, in remaining anonymous -,
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, at no g
expense to the government and in compliance with 11

SecNav Circular Letter 4 -:526: 28 May 1945. CopiesAre And to resort to blasphemy in a desperate ..

distributed free of charge at the Naval Air effort to keep his,poetic meter that "

Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, does it "
the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training *
Command, Headquarters of the Seventh Naval I am not a Floridian, and would not object Y

District, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, to the tripe on these grounds. Nor dq I CLtoNING
the Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval1I0lIpital. y I
.. fall in the overly-pious category. I can appreciate e '

a humorous poem which may, incidentally }

Rvar Admiral Bl|>h D.V\IK, include risque portions. I cannotsee
C m.mlant. Seventh Xv.l Uifclrtctthwt )
.( Nival Air Advanced Ironing the value of any poem, however, which

has to depend upon crude profanity for itS .. I
CW>t*>a Howard V. Hopkins. USN, Commanding> \
Naval Air Technical ruining Center only claim to an ending climax.

Immediately beneath the jingle (and _- !A .
CutUln Anthony R. Brady, USN.' Ccmmaroing ye 4fr. -a.; )
Jacksonville Naval Air :staUon editor's simply devastating quip) appears =. ,

C.i>U>* Robert ... Gillett(MC), USN. Commanding the Chaplain's Corner.If .
O. S. Ma\ Ho. YS' I
you must print profanity, in the mistaken 1

C.jHU I'. W. Pr!* tman. USNR Cummu. lJla I notion that it's funny, may I recommend .c.4-%

Naval Air Re-erv. raining! Unit I you give the Padre (nor am I Catholic 1

Lt C J. T. C. Moore Jr., UfrMC,. flmudi") *tt j jMarin. ) an even break by not placing it directlyover fttrstts -..

Barracks the Chaplain's Corner? I (JIJiJa
c-IJ'! Jul..a 1'. Sfhumacner. USN C 'Clunal"J'I'CInal
!- Ail Gunnery; Ka...nO Vel'truh'. i r i r 1
I Lle 1J
.....l'. Frederick J. Bruib. USN, C..wnv.n.Iing Lt. S. P. \Viggins.I I Commercial
Naval Auxiliary Air :Station, Cecil l'laid
Opt. Alexander M. Hearn, USMC EDITOR'S NOTE: Lt. Wiggins should have seen Bulletin d
Mat me Aviation LJeucr.roeni: the stanza tee deleted And in addition to his objection J

we received others in defense of this fair
Bulletins sill be untilspace
Tk JAJ AIR NEWS ree.1 i,.. Shlp'a: Editorial Aioc!"Uon ma state. But they were unsigned, and we are unableto has been filled accepted, but no later 1 i
terial. Republication of eroded matter prohibited without print them. Their tone ira similar-the writer
pernitoioii of SEA! Washington 25, U. C. Republicauon of any was a fathead and a nit-icit, Florida 'is tops, the than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 8230. I II
i II prohibited)
ether( mutter, except bj service publication
....11.0011rermill810n of Editor 'JAX AIR NEWS. girls are as att>'act\re\ a* can be found anywhere FOR SALE I
Ut the world, and if "Mr. Anonymous" doesn't like: .. .
138: Pontiac four-door sedan, radio ..ndheater WALLS OF JERICHO by Paul .
it he should get the heck ont-but quick. Just .
Four new tire* I525.: Contact
I the sawf, since the poem tras published in good Williams, ext. 471, between 120V and I. Wellman is the story of Jericho, '
That Sun! fun, wf still like it-and that's despite the fact that 1230 daily. Kansas, and of a struggle for power )
Watch tht nittor is not a "at.n. >-born Floridian, jrr> ly 1940 Mr.Chevrolet Sutton. tpecial dfluxe. Phone 2-3423. between two of its leading citi J.J

chose thf stat hIS horn, and does not hit zens. This personal feud between "
all as rrgrrt 1942 Studebaker sedan radio and heater
Now that the sun is beating down i 'hor" overdrive, and tour new tirei. Call Hand. the two men involved the whole
ext. 454. or see Wright, room 202, CPO town and state well -
the .
word of caution \ as as wo-
its fierce intensity again, a ____ Quarter.
-- -- ,-&} machine.! men in their lives. This is a good
Washing Phone 2-733S Mrs Har-
eeems to be in order. In the past few weeks Itrave. tale of the drama and violence of

number of red-faced personnelhave Five-piece bedroom Set spring mattress, the Great Plains country as it began >
an increasing chest
bed of drawers and dre..ingtable.
to from the old fron-
8719A Riley Street, Dewey Park. emerge i
been noticed around the station and Ext. 393 L. R. Hansen tier days and will furnish several

under those uniforms there were, probably, news cni3Vieuss frnmtntlarli Three and complete rug. Best room offer of takes furniture it. See dishes hours of fast exciting reading.In .
: / time at 1317 Cumberland Rd., In1-1 THE ISLAND WAR, FrangG. I
red. backs and shoulders. Cbenier. Hough tells the story of the i
that if like to look Six-piece walnut bedroom suite, five-piece U. S. Marine in the Pacific.
You might say you breakfast Set, bed. baby bed and tprmgi, Corps
like a boiled Maine lobster or Florida craw- ironing board. 101A Naval Housing, Cecil It is a detailed account of the tac-
Field Buonell. tical operations used by Marina
business. But it isn't. It'sthe Three of furniture.
fish that's your room. Very reason
able J. W. Tutee, 1241A Hancock units to take Guadalcanal, Bou
Navy's business! A case of sunburn |li THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW I NAS. Ext. 794. St. gainville] Tarawa, Iwo Jima, Okinawa

caused by over-exposure can be mighty Tire and tube in good condition iBOxI. and other islands in the ...
One of the best things I've is the Can be seen anytime.. Grit, 1437B
painful-as well as dangerous-and it can seen Charles St., NAS. march toward Japan. Essentialfacts
article by Channing Brewster in last October's Olympic dio-phonograpb.: Will sacrifice are based on official American J
prevent you from performing your regular for |12S. 131TA Randolph St.. NAS. and Japanese documents ,
duties. Since all this can be avoided with a Reader's Digest. He describes-how he fmm movie outfit, complete. Camera and presenting
-a clear picture of the entire
projector\ with CAM. Recently returned
used to home in the and mix ;
little sane precaution, if you're absent from come evening a from factory after thorough overhaul series of actions. References

duty because your sunburn has to be treated few cocktails, just enough to make a pleas- Three-burner Very reasonable.kerosene Nunei stove, ext.with U).oven. made to individuals involved add

at sickbay it's listed as misconduct.We ant haze without getting drunk. He was not, Will tell cheap. 4550 Blount St., T. *', i to the interest of the account. Fora
I Dailey.Kodak fictionized of
account what the
he an alcoholic and didn't think he was
says, ,
prefer to believe that the average mednlut. flash gun. Ext. 101. EmPeters. ; war was like on the small' coral
the road to becoming But
on one. one day
would rather sport a goodlookingtan K-ft. 4-paisenger. in-board speedboat. );D. i islands of the south Pacific, read
person he quit drinking. Why ? Here's what he says: tine and boat just overhauled |4Iit. TALES OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC
than beacon-like coating of bright redor I
a Uchnen 1205 Engine Overhaul James A. Michener. Based
fellows who First, the hangover, which isn't the private House, furnished or unfurnished. Mutt by
pink. So, especially to you are of alcoholics and whose "visi- icll. Mr*. Bart, 2951 Hunt St. on the author' own experiences,
upending your first spring and summer in property Three-bedroom house! in Timuquana Manor, these are realistic stories of Americans -
tation certain death and taxes I 1'4 mile from NAS. Newly redecorated, ,
Don't overdo it! It was as as far from home.
Florida, watch that sun screened porch, electric stove circulating
won't hurt you if you take it in small doses, and just as funny. Second, "I had to admit heater ice-box lifetime roof beautiful THE WILD YAZOO fcy John: ,
that drinking contribution to the neighborhood. Lot 65110. 6832. down Myers is an novel of
as a en- entertaining
and you'll acquire a smooth, even coat of payment 136J.. 4550 Blount St., T. F.
of life for bust." Third Dailey. life in Mississippi shortly after it
joyment was me a .
Un which will be the envy of all. Six-room frame house 8 mile from town. was opened for settlement. Young """ .I
"it cost a lot of money Fourth, he found 1(500. Nice neighborhood. Ext. UO, Ca. Mourdount Godolphin, in Kerioua
-*- that "alcohol gave me a lift and then let go, ton.Sixroom. frame bungalow 10 acre of difficulties in his ancestral Vir- f \ i 1

and I was tireder and duller than before." good land. '4 mile from two fishing ginia, flees to the southern wilderness -' (

Of He sums it up, "Yes, I was a moderate drinker. Home camp, five. $3600.mile Ext.from{30 NAS., Colon Four: room and the lusty, brawling life \AiJ"
Plenty SportsIf
completely' furnished, newly decorated of Natcbez and the country along
I did not drink. Yet liquor
crave was
my screened porch, modern bath and ibower. the Yazoo It is the story of frontier
master I didn't like the idea of not being Ext. 866 Anderson i men and women making set
the average white-hat or officer at Six officer uniform, Include tropical I.
my own master. wonted sun tans with lieutenant'sshoulderboards tlements out of the virgin timber
NAS Jax isn't getting his full quota of exer- worn only a few time, 'and swamp land.
fresh air and There is certainly nothing new aboutBrewster's size 38; blues with sleeve stripe SM! 38;
cise, recreation, and just plain facts. But note this-what he wash grey, IE. 38; whit uniforms, sire BEFORE I GO HENCE by
sunshine l it isn't the fault of the Physical ,>8. All In rood condition. Call Mrs. JV. >, Frank Baker is the story of a novelist
became and interested in the Miller, phone 20643.
Training Department. more more was who is trying to get on paper

day after tomorrow, or the day after that. FOR RENT the life of a man whose presence t
Under the direction of Lt. Comdr. An- he feels in a deserted farm ?
Where was he going? What was the effectof Room for butinesa couple. Close to business
thony J. Rubino, one of the most comprehensive today on tomorrow and the next day and section. 8602 Oak St. Phone Mrs John- house visited on a summer after- .
2-6J54.: after 1800. I
and athletic in the ton I noon in 943. The novel thus has
sports programs the next year! Not. Will it kill me? Instead: Double brilroom for business couple. Phone two interlocking stories, one takIng -
carried 2-5224 Mr. Harri i
history of this activity is being on. Will it contribute to what I want in life? In Double room for quiet COli 1,1., Near NAS place in 1930( -that of Fenner:
Intra-mural have been organized in bus line. Phone 2-3771 Mr Scruggs.lloom .
games his case, the answer was no. Every man has with kitchen Doble, an elderly priest :
every conceivable sport-and if things continue to give his own answer !0962!) Myrtle Triedlander.privilege Phone 2- with the thought of dying, the oth-
at the present rapid pace, there'll)] Large room with private bath. Gentlemenor er in 1943-the story of Maurice .
working> couple Mitchell ,
ext. 622
Hillaire the novelist.
even be tiddly-winks and ping-pong tourneys -Chaplain Francis Lee Albert. Two cr phone furnished 2-b045.bedrooms in Arlington. For those interested in musicIn

utarted. Phone 9-1860. Mr*. Elln. general, the library has a new
-7F- Room for tervircmen, 2631 Forbes St., Riv edition of MUSIC COMES TO
There's no excuse for anyone not being erside. Mr*. Mitchell phone 74952.
able to in the fun and good health. Two-room apartment with kitchen priv AMERICA by David Ewen for the e
get on ileges, $50 per month. .Jim off NAS bus band enthusiast there is CON
If you can't play softball, there's tennis. If Submit Claims Now! line. 3565 Randall Ave. Phone 24928. CERT BAND by Richard F Goldman (,
Three tlerplng Near NAS
you're not a Tilden or a Vines, there's swimming two bus line*.room No children. 1472 and Etlpewoo.1 on- .

If Johnny Weissmuller has no appeal All remaining claims for the settlementof ,Ave Phone 2.179Mn.. Charles BJIutto. -

for you, there's golf. And if your idea of fun unused officer leave must reach BuPersas J' ; .

is not tramping around the links, there's soon as possible, it was announced in Al- WANTED it
101-47 received here last week. Ride from Park and Cherry ui NAS I
bowling, archery, boxing, wrestling, and nav Working hour OBOO to 1630. K at. 397 At the Stalitn Chipcli, BirminghamRoad
others. Each officer must submit a claim for the Mrs. Reel. and Mitlin AnnD'Prated.D.
many Ride from Son Marco to NAS. Wetlneixliiythrough .
' If are not taking advantage of all establishment of leave credit up until 31 MundnyM Working hours 01"CO 0730-Holy Communion Chaplain
you to J6JO: Mm. XanHen eat. 337.
August 19-10 regardless of whether or not W. H. Stevenson.>
of these athletic programs you'repassing )'OI ) BASEBALL TIIII'The
or Borne 0930 -NATTO ISlrvleoChapl.? W. R.
Bo Heor.
he is entitled to compensation. All claims for :
up a good bet. You can check out Stevenson?
OG30-tiund School, Small Chapel.) '6
unused leave must be submitted before 1
all the equipment necessary, so there's no NEW DISEASE Chaplain W. R. Stevenion.
expense to worry about. And participation September, )!).17. (SEA) As if we didn't have 1045-Albert.Divin Servicet-Chaplain F. I*

will pay rich dividends in a feeling of gen. All claims originating after the receipt enough of them, some one nan to Catholic

era. forlivlni of this Alnav must bear the date of submis- go out and discover a new disease.Known 07CO-M... '
You'll have a new zest I a8 "Q fever" the disease O 900-Mas*.

,,, spring in your step! and a sparkle sion by the claimant, it was stated. is a cousin of typhus and spotted 1100 Ao -Outdoor Mm.. Nursery for si all children -

in your **V By building up your resistance, This provision ;also applies] to enlisted fever but 'less serious than either U maintained: between. 0900mui

you'llrocrbe'V ol(1t( prone to catching miserable claims which} are forwarded directly to the out Almost in the 1,000 Army cones fin-nlwhctl which broke the Jewish 1200.R ll.1oa. Settle and JI a

eumSo let's gets> -, Terminal Leave Disbursing Office, Great evidence for tracing the new disease ,"'-V""I., F.lUw the.hip Novell Hoar Ch.ril.I .. I 1
And play! Lakes, Illinois.



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24 April 1Q47 CIVILIAN' JAX AIR NEW NEWS Page Five

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Sixteen Empayees! INSIDE

Finish Instructor 1 ifl'f -' PUBLIC WORKS

Toning Program ', .
: '
.. {. :;, \ : ;:; 's:. '.. > It1* still April but the oM! Plot!
Certificates signifying completion 5, ,. ,.,. ', fl. da sun seems to be in a July mood,
of a thirty-hour course in In- 'A ( /> ", .1 judging from the number of tan

structor Training were awarded ned limbs!! and red r.lsesaptJearlng
fast: week to 16 employees of var- :. \ '. in the Public Works Depaitment..
i' MAS departments. Last week-end's! bright weather

?The course: covered organiza.lion added a large number to the list

of training, principles of The summery weather is also

learning, instructional methods bringing out the color in clothes,

and procedures, preparation of instructional and for the week's tops in sartorial -

material, planning instructional elegance: Mr. Boyer, the!
units, and practice Utilities Section's master mechanic

teaching. wins all honors. Mr. Boyer' top-

Among the graduates were J R ped his latest brown pin-stripe en.

'\ Doiman, W. V. Strom, C J. Whit. 11"I semble with a snazzy straw lid

worth, I* LaGrande J. R. Abele complete with brown felt b 'im, no'

R. H. Cook, W. A. Duncan, F. P less. Esquire magazine, please

DuPont, C. N. Ferguson, E. O note.

Iwanowski, E. F. Jones R. G Tom Andreu, quartet man. Transportation

Leslie, R. C. Park, J. F. Perritt, is pushing him tin"best
A K Taylor and P. VanEkelen- s. dressed" honors. At the recent

buig Work Improvement Program class,

I Tom sported a salt-and-pepper i

.I suit, brown and white sport shoes, If]
green shirt, and a sunset tie. Some 5 i
r I SUPPLY ...... r S -- of the boys accuse Tom of being

1w YOU RARELY SEE A CIVILIAN around the station's seaplane hangars, but there is one at NAS I colon blind, but Tom says it isn'tso

who is a vital cog in the operation of the Observation-Scout Squadron He's George F. Mayes (better that he can definitely I distinguish
'J. SALLIES known as "Pop"), the crane operator. "Pop" has been at NAS since October 1943 and has been liftingSC red from black labe's.!

.. and OS types of aircraft from the water for the VO squadron since Its return from Pensacola last I The balmy weather seems to

summer. Prior to employment here, he was with the U. S. Engineers for about 11 years. Above Mayes I bring out the adventurous spirit In

lifts an SC after its return from a routine training flight. other ways, too. Bart Dockrell,

_____ __u_ __ ___ ________ ___ _______ __ Material Unit head, joined a group

By CLARA J:. :SPEERVe -- i iL of hardy souls from the Florid
InspectingThe < Yacht and Canoe Club in a canoe-
\ are proud to observe that L9RE'fi7A1
tour into the wilds of the Okefeno-
tho Supply Department has a very
kee Swamp. Bart was the 13th
creditable number of civilians who
'ff- man and the trip was on the 13th
been awarded service certificates =
have -
p Inspectors AR.f1 of April, but in spite of that Bart
and pins. Of Group IVb, the -
: returned safely. Bart welcomed
awarded the 15- I Interiiim Orhaul by Fran
following were
HELEN BUKNETTE; n\ back into his unit Henry "Casa.nova" .
Wy (' Poe In answer to a cer
ytar pin: Richard W. Aylward: Ar- es :: i Melzer
W. Bennett Francis R. The Inspection Department hada tain statement made by Lt. Gant who just completeda
lington Metal Uh+Inn by Hubby I! tour of
at Lee and Cecil
I'aidner: and Aubrey F. Wilson, very high percentage of' employees (Assembly) in the 3 April issue of Stork News-a girl, Barbara, born I Fields. The duty
Jr ; the following were awarded to receive the certificatesand the Jax Air News, Lt. (jg) Gabriel to T. Barker, AMlc, Shop 477, and welcomed girls in Maintenancealso :

10-year pins: Sarah A. Gardiner service pins presented to station !, Interim Overhaul Officer, Mrs. B. on April 15. Henry back to
I warmly he promised nevermore :
and Alexander T. McLaughlin I employees last week. Comdr. states: "Interim Overhaul has
New personnel in Metal Division to
Thirty-nine received the 5-year Cottingham presented certificatesand been on or ahead of schedule for roam.
includes Joseph Lendle and
awards, for five continuous over The Interim The department has lost one of
pins. Of the Per Diem Group, Ernest a year. reason t
James Helms, Shop, 477; P. H.
D, McLaughlin and Daniel R. years of service on this station, to Overhaul was interested in the Abernathy, Shop 400 and Milton its first members, Herbert Corse,

WhidOon were awarded the 10- the following members of our department Assembly schedule, is that all Culp, Shop 476. ; I I who has performed such diversified -

year pins, and forty received the : Helen Styron, Lillian F. hands are interested in having duties as inspector of con.
&-year pins. Sarah Gardiner is the Wolfe, C. L. Saxton John Finenco Jacksonville Naval Air Station Five year pins were awarded to I struction, engineer, and space con-

only woman in the Supply Department C. E. McAlister, C. G. McCord, number one in efficiency We invite 17 men in the Metal Division last I trol supervisor since 1939 He

I j to merit the recognition ofa T. C Kirkland, N. M. Cole, Frank competition Congratulationsto week. Recipients were H. C. Adams i I transferred to NAAS Cecil Field

10-year award. Ulmer, O. N. Smith, and W. H. the production shops which A. C. Booth, J. J. Cotten, as assistant to the Public Works
Owens. Three of the above-named overhaul interim's spare parts, W. E. Edmonds. J. S. Fagan, D. T 'Officer. The department regrets

Ethel Perritte (Administrative) employees have 10 years of service Despite our long daily shortagelist Jewel, C. W. King, F. B. McMil losing Mr. Corse, but we know he
: dates this incident which happened lan, C. F. McPherson, W. C Mer- I will his
. with the Navy Depaitment. Theyare we have always met our enjoy ne.w duties.
on her recent trip to Bok C. L. Saxton, C. G. McCord, schedule on time. So keep it up! ritt, W. B. :Myrick, W. L. Norris, Geff Mims, job order clerk, still
Tower. As they approached the and T. C. Kirkland. Better days are coming!" C. L. Richards J. H. Rollins, A. L. has the greyhounds at the dog
orange proves, she remarked to Roy, W. E. Tucker, and R. R. track yelling "uncle". There is
her daughter-in-law, who is from A. L. Peltier, AMMlc, has returned The Chief's baseball team will West I rumor, however a
that without Mrs
Scotland, the fragrance from to work after an extendedleave. soon start practicing. We hear
Personnel and Administration Geff would do
the imparted an Peltier and his family were that Chief (Grandpa) Wagner ij
orange groves by Dot Dick son Jean Blado is no better than you or I. Laurie
overpowering" odor. About a mile gone from the 21st of Februaryuntil going to try out for the team
... down the road they came to a spot April 1st. They spent most That is, if he can hold out! now Mrs. Jack Snowberger, saw Geff Rosenburg, mail unit head asked
quite a few friends at the wed- during the recent hot spell
of time in Illinois but their
where some driver evidently had Wonder what the attraction is
ding and everyone had on his Sun. when dog days would anive. Geff
and killed return trip they saw the Smoky in 304 for certain
run over a poJecat.Wht'J Shop a personin
assailed National Park, the Cherokee In- 1221 ? day best. Jean looked lovely as a replied, "Why, neighbor, the Orange
the odor the Scotch
bride and didn't the least bit Park track '*
seem opened days
dian Reservation and other
gir's nostrils, she exclaimed "Is pointsof Wonder why that juvenile authority nervous. The reception was held The consolidation of the Designand

that the overpowering odor from interest. is hanging around the at the Woman's Club. We under- Engineering Division of the

the orange groves? We don't have John Finenco and Baby Beth door of Hangar 124 ? stand they went south honeymooning. PWD, Com-T, with -this department -
odors like that in Scotland." are enjoying a week's vacation out Creeche returned former
Leadingman just re- a member,
Wilhelmlna Riegel Stock Control of the city. (Careful, John). turned from a ten-day vacation. Lt. Comdr. Zeiglcr presented Arthur Nelson, to his same old

) has returned from a twelve W. D. Mobley moved into his From the looks of that tan he acquired several personnel with pins for spot in BIdg. 451. Welcome back.

lay visit to her brother in Coral new home on Attleboro Street last he must have had a great five or more years of service. Art.

Gables While there, they went week. Oh, yes, the Mrs. moved in time. Among them were Miss Brooks, Notes from my scratch pad: .

fishing at Ten Thousand Islands, with him. Congratulations to Arht May- Miss Dunbar, Mrs. Sabrin and Mr. Helen Roberts, new secretary to

., Gulf of Mexico, and caught 00 fish Lt. C. L. Powell, Flight Test In- nard of the Division Planner's Of- Warren. Congratulations. the PWO and assistant PWO, says

;' Her 11-year-old son, Dickey, spection Officer, is away on a 15- fice who was married recently. Marjorie Houston has just returned she is more than pleased with her

hooked a .six-foot tarpon weighing day leave. Have you seen Chief Chamber- from week's leave. Did duties. We're glad you'ie glad,
130 pounds with a No 6 lead lain around in that blue Helen. Mrs. Roberts replaced Juan-
If you happen to be in the Main sporting you have a good time?
and yellow feather designed for ? ita Wise who resigned to becomea
Inspection Office working and Mercury
i small-mouth fish the you Miss Dunbar's mother took her "Mrs." .
: They played Helen Davis, PW- ,
notice flicker of the
a spasmodic Division
Accessories Bob
ti fish for an hour and forty min. by first airplane hop and we under- Files, as usual sports one of theseason's
1 eyes, don't worry. Your eyes aren'tgoing Cook-B, C. Blitch, George Coch- stand both mother and daughterwere
It J. T. Harrod first
Ntcs. was sun tans If
anyone -
bad, it's merely the lighting ran, Ada M. Stringfield, George A rather excited.
rnown Miami fishing guide who desires tickets to the U. of
system.Mr. Hentz and C. W. (Woody) Erwin
shed with General Eisenhower Structures Dh'I"lon-by Lathetis Fla. football games, see Frank Mc-
this winter, who finally broughtthe Saxton, do you ever listen to all stepped up and received their S. Gunter-This is my first attempt Kinley, chief quarterman, or

huge tarpon to the boat. A the radio program, The Falcon? five-year service pins from our as a reporter, so keep me in- Walker Crevasse, timekeeper, in
officer Lt. T. G. Hen-
division (jg)
This isn't for the
a plug company
story about the catch was carriedin formed as to what's going on. Maintenance. They have some extras -

the Miami papers.RESIGNATIONS sponsoring the program, but listen derson. J. O Jenkins, general supervisor we understand. Are vu busy,
Harold Garrett of the
Gyro Shop
to the
announcer whisper,
boys? .
: Winona Davis 'Five O'clock Shadow." went to Savannah, Georgia, to at- of Shop 306, entered Veterans' Pity Cleve Coveland

I (Procurement) recently resigned Patricia Askew (Pat to all of tend the ceremonial of the Alee Hospital at Lake City, Monday, fora chief inspector, as he moved his
her husband is operation. The entire division office and because of the phone
since being major -
U8)) wishes to take this mediumto Temple ShVine. He suggests that I
sent! overseas. Winona returned to traveling to Savannah wishes him the best of luck. strike hasn't been able to have his
extend her thanks to the anyone
.. her home in Michigan Hadie sonnel of the department for per-the should try the new highway which Ruby Phillips, Shop 306, is back phone moved. All during the day
Control on the job after being off a few Cleve can be seen rushing up and
Clapp (Receipt ) resigned lovely gifts which she received last runs through Folketon and Jesup, I
,. April 11th to take care of her domestic Georgia. days with the 'flu. down the hall answering calls on
week. The twosome Pat
happy I
responsibilities Lane and Roy, will coon become a Sara Cantrell was given SL.birth Chief Walton of Shop 304 is other phones. Cleve says he doesn't
believe he
Fleming (Disposal) resigned to go her fellow workers gradually building to the can outlast the strike
threesome, and members of the department day party by up pointof Pete
into commercial work in Capps, chief clerk, was
Tampa presented them with a during lunch at the cafeteria and becoming a genius. You had seen

Ruth McClain i Dispatch) has beautiful baby bed and blanket as was presented with a bedroom better take it easy, Chief. You're Park recently St. florist emerging from a

been enjoying a visit with her a token of best wishes. Pat has lamp.It getting in another class. Know flowers. Since Pete shop loaded with

folks in Waycross, Georgia been with the department for almost is rumored that Bob Hossing- what we mean ? Just don't get nervous wasn't says he definitely .

Flora Funkenstein Administrative five years. We wish them ton is planning to open a currency there remains going to a funeral,
and we'll be look- exchange. He accepts money or- Pop Turbeville had a heart at- only one conclusion.
) spent last week in Anderson every happiness Who now ? And now here's
S. C. She motored there via In forward to having you come out ders, government checks, and especially tack last Friday. We hear he is closing threat. If a

Macon, Georgia Doris Tuskey on a visit in the future. personal checks. Thanks, doing nicely at home, but the doc- n't float onto desk more I news does
my am
Inventory( ) is spending two weekst Congratulations are extended to Bob, we all appreciate this new tor orders a good rest. Chief Har- to have a big, blank space under going

? her home in Melrose. Florida, a new bridegroom of last weekP. service. lan is in charge during Pop's absence next week's "Inside Public Works"heading.

recuperating: from illness. M. Fitzmaurice, AMM2c, and Louise Knapp enjoyed a few days We hope to see you back If don't know
vacation with her daughter, Mrs. soon, Pop.Structures. any
Charlotte Maddox (a former in-
Our to news, make !
deepest: sympathy! goes
C. L. Stanislawski, who is here Division extends its
spector in our department) were'
a+' Robert recent loss Dollar of his(Inventory father ). .In. We the married Friday, 18 April We wish visiting her from Mt. Home, Arkansas sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. A. J officer, is still confined to the
both the beet of Wallace on the death of their baby hospital. However
everything. he
with Zola Re- you is on the
arc hoping Epting (
Ray Bourne came to work witha daughter. Wallace is an employeeof
ceipt Control) that her father Frank V. Moriarty, formerly an road to recovery and we hope to
box of Tampa Nuggets to celebrate Shop 305J. .
inspector in the Landing Gear have him back with us soon.
illTimekeepers I Shop, recently received an award the arrival of Donna Jane, C Halton of Shop 311 is To the personnel of Shop 305:
weighing in at eight and a half spending a two week vacation
for a Beneficial Suggestion which My wife and 1 wish to express our
Unit has received pounds. Congratulations, Ray with his daughter in Pleasantville,
outlined a new method for the deep and sincere gratitude for your
word from Katie Taylor that since Rosa Aldred was given a surprise N. J.Shop.
alignment] of aircraft wheels in kindness during our recent bereave.
going to Norfolk to join her husband the Landing Gear Shop party by her daughter, Eliza- 306 extends its sympathy mcnt It is our hope that someday
she has taken a position in beth, which was attended by her to[ Chief Derrington and his wifein
-------- ------- we be able to
may rf'tun'your
Iho Supply Department at the Nor Freer has been observed taking many friends of the instrument the loss of their baby boy. kindness, but for the present, accept .

folk Naval Air Station. short walks.assisted by a cane shop. Rene Mack of 306 spent the our heartfelt thanke.-A. T

SICU-ABED-LADIES: : We are We regret to learn: that the ga- The boys of the PhotoEngraving week-end with her father, W. J. Wallace.

happy that Lura Owens is back rage of Fautsinc Wright (Stock shop are planning an open Laid of Trenton, Fla. He celebrated -

home from St. Vlncent' and recuperating Control) was demolished! recently louse to celebrate their new quar 1 his 73nl birth ny.

nicely after her operation by the explosion of a water heater. ters. However, it's strictly B,Y.OL. )Milo Jones is the proud) father Have You Joined

Shipping is glad to have The rattling u( willows caused, Their crew has been enlarged of a new 6;ft Ib baby girl. He is' I

Gladys Baldwin back after being by the concussion caused' nearby with .the arrival of Claude W, taking a1 week off to get, acquainted Blue Cross I

111 with pneumonia It 10 with residents to wonder if an atomicbomb' Shaw> a new employee, whom we with her.

pleasure that we learn that Emily had ftruok. welcome. Lt, W C McCrary, our division


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J I1X>< Ain NEWS


Howard, v. Houkin USN

Com '''''er Jtolwrt P. B eb EXMlutiv."' i; '

Lt. Commander J. W. William. USN
Public Inrjrmnlion officer i a ,
;Y h ,+ 'y* rtiy
AJvl<>r to JK Air News

EJitortal Office fur NATTC Section K.ximit 1ST and IS*.
AdmlnUtrttion UmUin* 5i'l-A.vTel. Est 244.!

R Arthur T. KouUomkoiU. Sl.

Robert J. Wvhlinc., SlAH s is

Photographs are official U S. Navy Phatotrtph.* mad, b, NAS
Photo Lab and Av. Kund School Photo Lab unless othfrwim credited.WHftT .
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NATTC I THE FIRST CLASS pictured above of the NATechTraCen Yeoman School convened 1 April
i with about thirty.two i 132 < men enrolling 'lasses' or this school are designed to provide basic yeo '1
THintsliAY AM FH1I>.\Y-7th Naval District Boxing Championships -
training for yeoman strikers Length of Bourse is four "i4' > months comprising approximately 110 hours
2000. I of supel'Visd'mstrUl'Uon.. Upon satisfactory completion ot this course of study graduates will be eligible
S.\'rlrnn.YU.HK DKLI'MION.; starring Lionel Barrymore andJames for advancement to rating of Yeoman' Third Class subject to existing BuPers and NATechTmCen requirements -
: Craig. Shows Saturday 1100 and 2015. The Yeoman School is administered by Lt. Frank Andrews (standing far right) OlnC,
SITXI>.\Y-FRAMED, featuring Glenn Ford and Janis Carter. I Central Training Facilities with the following instructional staff: left to right, Charles A. Denny, CY,.
Shows at 1400. 1800 and 2015 USN. Raleigh O Sahl. CY USN, and Charles S. Johnson CY USN.
MONDAY( AND 'lTtsU.\Y-BLAZE; OF NOON, with Anne Bax-
ter and William Hold n. Shows at 1815 and 2015.14E:11N .
; UAA LIKELY STORY, with Bill Williams and Barbara -
New School al NATTC Offers
Hale Shows at 1815 and 2015TIIUKsUAY .
-ANGEL. AND= THE BADMAN, with John Wayne
Irene Rich and Gail Russell. Shows at 1315; and 2013. Course For Prospective Yeomen

Yellow Water .

TIIUH I1.\ -NO SHOW.FRIDAY i I The Naval Air Technical Training? Center Yeoman School was organized 1 April 1947

.AM S.-\nTICU.\Y-FUN ON A WEEKEND, with Pris- for the purpose of qualifying prospective yeomen and yeoman strikers, to enable them to

cilla Lane and Eddie Biacken. : have a more thorough understanding and working knowledge of their specialty duties in ,
M'XUYBORN' TO KILL with Claire Trevor an Lawrence
Tier..' the Navy, and to aleviate the present shortage of yeomen at this command.

>U)M\Y AM TUKSIAY-DARK DELUSION, with Lionel Barrynire i This school is a part of the training department under the direct competent[ supervision -

- and James Craig.IviUNE:5DAYFRAMED. of Lieutenant Frank Andrews, USN Officer in Charge Central Training Facilities,
;. starring Glenn Ford and.Janis Carter. with the following instructional
lllti:>U.\\' NO SHOW.THINGS .
staff: C. S. Johnson. Chief Yeoman '
U. S. Navy, with twelve years
TO DO-ABOARD active duty who has served in 'H.THE WORD.

a 'nl unsu.A U I... .\BASEBALL NATTC Air[ Raiders both theaters of the war with amphibious .
VS. Ciieny Point Maiinet! 1630 on NATTCenter Baseball Diamond. I forces and prior to the
Support ,our team'rLKKTS '! war served aboard the USS HAN- FROM AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL
.. : IN Open nightly 1730.2130. Bldg 517. NIBAL and the old USS ROCHESTER -
San: .l vicaas and snacks available. NATTCenter Or- both coal burners. C. A. Farewell wishes were extended to Berg, Welch, Connor
Clieauj tea uiied on Monday: nights. DENNEY, Chief Yeoman. U. S.Navy I and Phillips as they left Basic Skills and headed for Memphis -
with eight active ?
UH\\'l.ISG-Slx: alleys In Ship's, Service avail- : :I duty including Destroyers" years At- ; last week. Accompanying them were Blowers and Jacobsen

ab 170O-2UO. League personnel Monday have priority.through Saturday, lantic Fleet and Amphibious I from the AM Kate Shops. Hess headed for promising opportunities f

games Forces. Atlantic Fleet before and : when he left for Olathe, Kansas, the Naval Reserve
tN.triC LIUKAKi Located in Auditorium. during the war. R. O SAHL, J hief
where there's school G.C.A.'elcorn 1 aboard
Station a on
I Ope.i .u.iuav. iuesaay, r.ursday and Friday 1300 to Yeoman U. S Navy with six years I
2100 Wednesday 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sunday active duty having served in both t TAF this week was Chief Crocker and McFarland[ AOMlc,
Battleships Destroyer Tender TAPS tennis team composedof
ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker: Transport and Commander Destroyers Chief Morrow. Wasko, Wilcox I and securing patrol planes, Crash
Physical: Training Department Bldg. 513. Pacific Fleet. Mr. WAT- I and D vaney. entered the currentI recovery at sea still remains in the
I SRHOUSE, who served in the U. S. I station tournament and won its | stateof theory as far as the students
TENNIS-RacqueU and balls available at Physical I Navy= as a Lieutenant Commander" first game from AM division by a I are concerned. The climaxof
Training Bldg. :513. during the war. forfeit last Thursday. Tht next this phase! U the pressure chamber -
scheduled will be the semifinals j test which simulates atmospheric .
_ The probable length of the game "
I encountered in -
course is expected to be four : with TEA on Tuesday I pressures
_ SWIMMING POOL :No. 1-(Bldg. 518> I flight
months about 110 hours of supervised The Ship's Company volley
al Personnel! with Guests. Children under instruction. Classes are held, team defeated Disbursing two of i The entire Seamanship Pain
the unless to be tse climax of the
not allowed in pool appears
are j't"oflavJt daily from the hours of 1 >00 to I three games to win the set last Fundamentals School ...
adult. Monday : u
parent or a responsible 1730 in the Study Room of the I week, the second victory was by
1300 to 2045. Saturday 0900 to 2015. all students regardless of which
with their
Aviation Storekeepers School, forfeit. TaB popped up
choose >
Holidays: 1300 to 2045. building 545. I usual jinx over TAF and defeatedus rate they to enter, wilt \ _
affiliated with this type of *r,
The curriculum is identical to in the semi-finals. sometime during their naval 'xreers ..-
SWIMMING FOo 1. N<). !-(Bldg 419)) For male that offered by the Naval Yeoman i Continuing our tour of the Rate .
Naval Personnel only. Monday thru Friday Os*) to I Shops: with two weeks of diversi- E. G. Kupfer, S2i. from Cleveland -
1200 and 1730 to 2045. Saturday Ot OO to 2045 Sundayand covering fied training in tht Aviation Seamanship Ohio last week earned grad..
m t Holidays 1300: to 2015. of the Phase located in Hangar
jects:! : Organization Navy. uating: honors front Class AF-31
KfcCKlTION; : KOOM-Located in Auditorium for U. S. Filing System, Spelling and 124 at Mainside The trainer first with an 87.83 average Here in
NATTC Personnel l. relatives and guests. Navy Abbreviations, English, General learns the of composition Nava Aviation and organization his version of AvFund: The school
Correspondence. Enlisted and : has given me a complete new out.
Officer Personnel: Administration Unitsthis U the beginning of look on Naval Aviation.Rates. By
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE: Publications. Classified Matter. l, the realization period in that the the rate Indoctrination courses I
VYIIKKK; : JO GO ASIIOKK: NCCS Club at Church and Newnan Naval Courts and Boards and Typing ,I individual is just a small cog in chose Aerographer's Mates\ Rate v
Street.;. Club open daily from 1700 to 2300 Saturdays: 1200 to 2100, including a beginner's course a large wheel of an air atm alone. for a )lareer. I believe the other /
Next in line comes carrier nomenclatuie -
Sunday 1000\ to 2300 Dances Wednesdays, and Thursdays, Saturdays :n typing. I in the classroom. Movies courses give the student the
and Sundays Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. Men who satisfactorily complete classroom lectures and practical groundwork and preparation which
this course will be eligible and I ( other "A" srhools demand Thia
VtKsO.N\ILLK: JUAc.llt'i-Bu: leave at frequent Interval familiarization all go to make up
for advancement to the schol is a good thing to make'
from new bu: station at Clay and Adams (Sam e as Navy). Surf bathing jualifted the course of land plane nomenclature -, very
luting of Yeoman Third Class sub. I the best of and student I
worlds finest beaches But every
ana other recreation at one ot : ocean : "Safety! Sense" movies
Sect to existing BuPers instruction \ i should do just that.
Care ;2Ck: and lectures precede the students
and NATechTraCen require- Second place honors went to
L'.t.' OtJNG; flalllNti, AND BOATING: Cedar River on Sail uents. practical experience of handling, Richard Rojas. Sic of New Ore
Juan ..r.enue. lake LaKe :Score tfu, three blocks; front last atop 01, spotting and taxiing land and car leans La., with an 3.9t/) average. I
San Juan. Row Boats--two hours SOc; canoes-$100 per hour; motoi -- S S .. ritr-based planes. Following seamanship When asked what he thought of
boats SJ!.00 per hour five to eight people per boat. lectures the trainee learnsto the school: "This wholt school in
aircraft under normal

:]/ i J 1/UJ'k JI, S/"iJJ Service BuPers Says available and secure hurricane the various conditions types of, and planes refuel school I a am very now the interesting Navy prepared.has affair"for any I thC' f.......,

SKKVICI J : : Wear ABM Rate Aircraft and ship recognition ,--- -- r

The NATTCenter Ship's( Service has recently acquire and semaphore classes are stressed I

f. the services of a competent( and experienced watch repair Dn LeftaSleeve in Flight this phase lectures In the the Theoryof trainee BASEBALL.t"

man for the convenience of NATTC Personnel. I Repair( learns the necessity! for handling

will b*' made aboard the station thereby saving time an aircraft as carefully as possible AIR RAIDERSvs
There's need
money. The repairman can be found at the Alerchandir care, mates no, about to that argue aviation any Readying, aircraft for flight and

Dept. of the NATTCenter Ship's( Service from UOOUOOO.IMCOUKKSS (). latswain's mate rating. The bu-' preparing the students'for flight knowledge quartersbuilds up
iii has anvwered the I
: questionrh -
to where the simulated flight .
MONDAY GRAND: OPENING; of Photo Studio., Hav finality. quarters are held effectively anot l l CHERRY POINT .

your l piioto taken on the station Studio Complete( with fires> According to the bureau, the elticientlyClasses I
atlon boitawiiin's la
rating: an
-n ing loom Photographer aboardfrom 1(100-2000(.( Mond ation branch rate and, there- tion, plane in and squadron beach crews ogamza-, patrol MARINES

through Friday. 1300-1000( ( on Saturday. Lowest rates po re, is to be worn on the LEFTn plane nomenclature: and gen-
aible. not the right. eral informatum( on( handling and TlltW.HUAY A; FRIDAY I

1 pic. 8x10. black' and' white, It t proofs......$3.00 The word came direct from the I operating patrol planes provides 16 JO
"uonnel Office which the which the student later
5x 7, mounted ....0 _. '''. -. .. $1.75 : reretv- theory work of NATTC KASKKALL1IIAMOM
I the information in a spcedletter I use in the practical
4x (0.i n moun'r $1.25 ,om BuPers, so there's no basis I cleaning, handling, launching and j jPage

lixu, mounted $5.00 ir controversy left beaching, anchoring and mooring,

' '24 April 1947 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven

Ciarolla, Perkins, Beck are Victors Raiders Beat Cecil I Field As

AI Yellow Water Boxing Smoker Cudd Pitches 3-0 ShutOutThe

Yellow Water's Auditorium once again was the scene of another of the Smokers held Air Raiders, NATTC's varsity baseball team, scored

.. .. for the enjoyment of all ring enthusiasts at the Gunnery Range last Thursday evening. their first win plus the added distinction of getting their first

Three wrestling matches, eight boxing matches by personnel of Yellow]) Water and NATTC shutout, last Thursday on the local field when they set down

p'' two "paperweight" exhibitions put on by two sons of Chief and Mrs. Rutter of NATTC the Cecil Field nine by a 3 to 0 count, behind the three-hit

a ne sons of Lt. and Mrs. .Gerstall; of Yellow Water. pitting of Bill Cudd. .

wrestling matches, which Cudd was in top form, as he fanned 12 batters in going

Matted the rught'a events, were I YELLOW WATER SMOKER the full route. Only once was he in any hot water, and this
under AAU rules W. C.
and Johnny Harm sen RYdel1. I was in the first of the sixth. Woolls)) lined a single down the

minutes, 10 seconds of their third base line for Cecil Field. Carmichael popped a Texas

minute time limit, before Hyden : League single over shortstop, and then Bailey beat out a

finally pinned Harmsen with a half I 3I sacrifice bunt, to )load the bases. With the heat on, Cudd
{lelson and a body erotic!. Match
number two was a short affair ;' bore down and forced Ilightfielder Konzen to pop out to Jim.

when Don Rusk, 150 Ibs. pinned I I Coddington at second base, then struck out Angeluci and

Dean Bugbee of Kewanee, 111. In I| !! Donahoe to end the uprising.

:1:30.:: The final wrestling match uncovered 1------- I The Air Raiders were notoriously

a promising grapplerCurt r. lacking in base hits, rut the

Wagner Wagner was paired : : di three bingles they did get were all
with Glenn Camper, who had a :20 i for extra bases. Jim Coddington,
pound weight advantage. Wagnerthe : who is due for transfer later this

more experienced, pinned his I week to another station, bangedout
heavier opponent in 1 5:18, in spiteof *e IIAnIL.'I a triple and a double to ac.
the handicap. t\ count for two of the Raider runs.

Nick Del Greco of the Marine Ir A..,.. After the game started out as a

Aviation Detachment and John s Q pitcher's duel, Coddington finally

Ciarolla. Jax Golden Gloves Cham- ; This & That: JOHNSON broke the ice in the last of, the

light heavyweight division S., CLARK, B. R., and SPUREK, third with a mighty threebaggerto
t the main event of the eve J. J., of Basketball fame are now deep left centerfield. Duke La-
nd turned in one of the best I ttach boys. Johnson and Spu- Hullier sent a hot grounder to the
L. of the night. Both are box- I rtk down on the "Line" and Clark pitcher and it bounced) off the

ers of a high degree, but the three A :' in the Ignition Phase. pitcher's glove. Duke was thrownout )
roonda were leather throwing, |I but Coddington brought home
slugging affairs much to the the first run of the day.
BUY and ECKSTEIN got a big
de-I' ft I
light of the fans present Del : -. & send-off last Wednesday night ata The last two runs were added in
co drew first blood, with hard
dinner party given in their the last half of the fifth. Cudd had
left that went through Ciarolla'sguard : honor. The party started at Harrie : drawn a walk, but was caught and
but Ciarolla quickly recovering -I ; 'Blitchs with steak and shrimp : thrown out heading for third, on
took the offensive and the I Wahoo Mancos' to tilepitchl"r.
C and progressed to the outdoor dan- I
slugging match began. Again it tt''i icing club on the beach road. The Mancos was safe on first.
wan Del Greco who countered witha r Coddington, next doubled to
| rest of the story is that' everybody up
murderous right to the face as had a wonderful time! 'I right eld, and the fleet Mancos
the round ended scored all the way from first. La-
The second round went to Cia Hullier sent a little bunt down the
It was nice to set Shirley We-
"rolla. After several short heavy 'first base line, and Donahoe'athrow
wer this week. Shirley dropped in
llurnes of punching to tart the to first was wide. C dding.
to hello and will see us this
second, Del Greco met the say
canVIUI ton scored
and LaHullier
THE SMOKER which held Yellow Water for all was safeon
at hands'
for a nine count after he was summer when the book learningis
step.etl first. Wallace
struck out to end
into enjoyment, produced some fine bouts to the delight of those present. done.
,> a mean right hook of Cia- the
lolla" So olose was the decision at Shown above is the Main event of the night, featuring Nick Del Greco the rally, and also the scoring' for

the end of the fight, the points! had and John Ciarolla both of NATTC. Ciarolla finally won out in a close It's so long to Burgess, Marsh, day.
td be counted twice. Ciarolla took decision, butenot after taking several hard knocks from the fists and Williams who ale leaving us The box score:
the decision after a close call. of Del Greco. Ciarolla is seen landing a right to the back of Dl"lGrl"co' for duty elsewhere. "Whitey"Vil- CECIL HELD abk NATTC
0 a .bh 0
'Bob Perkins, Yellow Water's head, as Del Greco clinches to ward off the heavy poundingof liams tells me it's San Diego for I Hmrerty S 9 11 0 M.norf 2/ I a e
favorite and Ciarolla's gloves him. I couldn't I Wooili.2b a 1 2 1 Cdntftn.Zk 222taimrhrl.u I
pugilist, George Ir- Sorry see Burgessor .
S 1 1 1 WAII"e S 010 I
land of NATTC MAD, fought theeminnal I Marsh. But we wish all of you Bailey 2. 0 0 LoHulr.Sb II 1 II
and Perkins won a close bursing, pinned Johnny Harmsen, NATTC, won a decision over Allen 'the best ever in your new assignments I Konsen.rf t 1 ti 0 tillmn... 2 t 1 0
decision after Jrland's offensive 130 Ibs, NATTC Di.-pesary. Time Casey, 135 Ibs., AF 34, as AEM's. Itonahov.c An1[ llIci.ab, i 814England 2 0 0 1 1 Admni.lf ArnoldIf 2 2 lit'0 1 1

paced the fight most of the way. 6:10.: Joe Rigley, 155 Ibs. Yellow Water Today, l let's continue our tour ,rf 1 0 0 ('oIli"'.,1 b 214 0 .
Richard Beck, ex-NATTC now Don Rusk, 150: Ibs, NATTC pin- won a decision over Paul Burk- of the phases of instiuctionNof the '' hrlmundi.p 2/ 0 2 Wwtrld.rf SxMihalrlck e e

at Yellow Water, won a unanimous ned Dean Bugbee, 145 Ibs., NAT- hardt, 155: Ibs, Yellow Water AEM "A" School. Shall we visit -1- -0--e- -0 Cudd.r -1 -e -0 -1

decision over Bob Brock TC. Time 1:30.: I Harry Price, 160 lbs., TAF, wona the Turret and Ignition Phase? Totali 25 S 18. 11 Totals 21 J 21 |
..way of NATTC. Beck, a southpaw, Curt Wagner, 165 Ibs, pinned decision over Wardell Morrin, Here is congenial Elec. Norris, x Score Bitttrd. for Srlmunrfl in 7th.
had a style that gave Brockwaya Glenn Camper, 185 lbs. Time 518.: 158 lbs., MAD, NATTC. I Miss Gurganious and supervisor ('.-.. nld inningtii ... .:....... tcO nn0 e--1
hard time figuring out a defense Boxing Bob Perkins, 157 Ibs., Yellow Graham. NArrc . . .. ....... tfll n2p, 8--t
Bro<:kway kept a flicking left inBeck's Richard Beck, 121 Ibs, Yellow Water, won a decision over George Rum, CoJdmifton! 2, Munro. trrois,
"No, Mr. Norris, this isn't an Coilini 2, ron.hoe. Runt butted in, LivHullir
face that held Beck off and Water decision Bob Irland, 154 Ibs MAD NATTC. I
won a over invasion. We have fora 2, Coddington. Two b... hits, Co t*
88 the third and final round was Brockway, 120 Ibs, MAD, NA TTC. John Ciarolla, 172 Ibs., AF 30, just come dmifton, Collint. Three bue hit, C<.J>
nearing 1U close Brockway ralliedto Ben Monger, 140 Ibs, MAD, won a decision over Nick Del Gre- visit. We want to find out what" din ton, Stolen. ba...-.. H"'Krty 2, !_
teach and how teach it. Hullier, Wettpilind, Left on tvawn. NATTO
you you
wore several solid punches on NATTC, won a decision over Ken co, 172 Ibs., MAD, NATTC. I 4. rcil 7' Hit off Cudd in 7 inmnimiSalmundi
the tiring Beck.A Burden, 142 Ibs, Yellow Water. Bobby Gerstall, 65 Ibs, won on Walking through the AmphdjneShop 1 S in .. B.M. n'ball off Cu.tj
summary of the night's Chuck Meredith, 155 Ibs, Yellow a TOK second round over Allen you will find several students -: 4. Svlmundi 8. Struck out, by CuiM 1Z
Jmundi 4. Hit by pltrher. bv SflmumliCollinsI
events: Water, won a decision over Dave Rutter, 65 Ibs. assigned to each Grumman .. PH>>...d bHlli, Wnllncr. WinnincI
IVrestltnq Jones, 154 Ibs, Yellow Water. Ronald Rutter, 75 Ibs, and Bud- electric turret tracing troubles of I ,itrhfr. (Cnilil LuHinir pitcher-tlnouudi.Timv .
Ryden, 121 Ibs. NATTC Dis- Larry Esch, 136 Ibs, AOMA, dy Gerstall, *5 Ibs, drew. the amplid>'ne s>stem. It seems: 2 h""im. Lmi: > r..i. Eii..'rt and
---- the big factor here, as well as in Welch
all phases of instruction using"live"
_ ..Fisher Favorite TOB WINSVOLLEY equipment is SAFETY'Safety :
nOM coupled with proficiency.In WATER

In 7th N. D. BALLTOURNAMENT this shop we find that Visual

SHORT SHOTSBy Aids are vital. The amphdyne system -
Boxing Tourney is taught from the big color a
ful drawing directly in the back

Simbaldi. coach of NATTC's Flllenworth And Menna. Ordnance B school moved to of the shop. Those circuits look Li'?

i o,E team, has just about lined Friday the 25th TOA loses within five points of taking over pretty complicated to us.

hilt team up for action in the com three scholars: R. J. Tilton A, K. the lead in Captain Trophy points To the right is the Magneto and
last week, by winning the Volley- Harness Shop. Orr, the instructor Now Hear This
ing Seventh Naval District boxing Ross, and R. J. Opre, class 28. I I : Tomazin was
ball tournament from TEA, 15 to for this shop, tells us that a disas- seen a few nights ago with a neat
tournament which is to be held 7 and 15 to 9. Only two of the
The new victims excuse, sembly, timing and assembly of I trick of a slick chick. That's
at the NATTC Auditorium tomor- please arrivals who began three games were needed.In single and double magneto is the mighty hard to believe, but it'o a

row night. Heading the list, of Ordnance "A" School Monday the the semi finals Last Thursday, important instructions here, If you fact We might find a very interesting -
course: will be Jack Fisher, Sini- 21st, are as follows: Kosniski, D. TOB took TAF by 15 to 6 in the will recall, the single mag is used : story if we all prod old

baku'a pride and joy, who is rated J., Cremins, D. L., Herron, C. H., first game and then being hard in a 14-c>hnder engine, and the Tommy to tell us just who-where
the best chance to win and ad- Heiderman D. L., Gibson, H. T., pressed to win the second by a double mag is used in the 18-'lin-1 -what-when and how. Come,on,
t vance in Navy boxing circles and O'Donnell, J. E. score of 16 to 14. TEA earned her der engine. These engines art used Tommy, give out with the dope.
s 4 Though the tournament is to beheld Welcome gentlemen, "laugh and night to go into the finals with on such Navy plane as the T4U, I' You can take a wild guess at
fi i'" lopsided 15 to 1 and 15:: to 3 F6f, Pv. etc.
I' here at NATTC it will be be merry, for tomorrow I what might happen when he get's
sponsored by both NATTC and victories over Personnel. What is that interesting look- that '47 Mercury down here.
With this TOB
Mainskle since the local Auditorium Well Smithson has left that 100 points toward victry, the gained ing equipment over there ? Orr I Everyone is looking forward .

has .r seating capacity and frightened look behind him, now which will be awarded around Trophy the i tells us that the equipment is test I with great anxiety to the open .
id, better located for the matches. that Moe the cup heaver has bowed first of May but are probably out stands used by the student for I ing of the Swimming Pool. Thingsare
out of the picture. testing magnetos You notice here"
Only three different activities of the running, since only the finals getting better all the time and
We also lost! dear old Pop Rubit- that the Visual Aids used are Exploded we predict a better aquatic season!
will be represented in the Seventh of the Tennis Tournament remain -
sky, who has been steady Views aa well as Pictorial than before.
I going ever
Naval District. They are NAS, to be played and TDB is notcompeting.
NATTC and Cecil Field. Banana with our girl-fnends' grandmoth- However, if the Horseshoe Drawings. Well Orr., we would like I I An article of great truth and

River Key West and Green Coverings ers tourney, which is now in the : to stay longer but time is running interest appeared in quite a number
who figure prominently inr offing is finished before May 1, and out, so we will have to say so long I of conspicuous places last
sports will rot have entries I We thought it would be of inter- TOB places, it could win the and visit the Prop Shop. ( week, and due to the fact that a
r est to our dear readers to know Trophy for the ensuing period. I The first impression of the Pro- i week has passed we wish to award
il1lride has a fine boxing team, that Buff is now high man in class In the semi-finals of the Ten- peller Shop ta the many trouble Perkins with the 'Can Take It
,t'ould walk off with the
tournament 31. Don't ask me his last name. nis tournament, TEA plays TAF shooting panels with mounted Medal! You see we expected to
although some of Sini- Did someone mention to me last and MAD is matched with HM. props. Dick the instructor In the find Wooten lying face down In
baldi's men are as yet untried in- Saturday night that "Malfunction I Either of the three teams men- shop, explains the theory of operation -' some out of the way place
side the and
ropes, could be po Mortimer" Howard simply was tioned could win the trophy bv and then the student uses Now our good friend Chief Miller ,
champions. Along with that way over Chop Suey ? winning the tennis meet, but MADis these panels for troubles. The Cur- made a rash statement a few
Fisher John "Nose" .
Ciarolla also
currently in the lead. tiss Electric Prop is taught as it is days ago and he clearly stated ,
a Jax Golden Gloves winner, is Cunningham, T W., and Yo-Yo Also, announcement has come used on many of our Navy planes, that articles of a technical natureshould
rated the best chances, with Del Howell have been practicing horseshoes out that Ship's Co. softball] will Bandemer of the Starter Shop not appear in this column-
Greco, Etch, Perkins, not for: TOB. I hear Yo-Yo wears start on, or around May 15. Fur- explains briefly the correlation of only dirt. Well, ole boy, we'll try
too far ehind. The winners of
size 13-D. After several days illness ther details will) be in next week's the starter, booster coil, spark to fix you up. Where did that
,. this tourney will) then go to Norfolk Ensign Turlington reported issue of this paper. plug and mags. scooter of yours acquire the name

ti for the Eastern Division back to duty. We also wish to extend Team points for the Captain's Well, Bandemer, to us that explanation of Alice?! Come on, tell us who
Championships and the victors our congratulations to him Trophy, which will be awarded In makes everything as.I! Alice really Is. What's her ad
there will go to San Diego, Calif. on the birth of his 7 Ib., 9 oz son. the near future are as follows: clear as a sunny day. And I believe dress? Now, who's sweating You
the first week: in June for the All- .
MAD 307% TLT 310 that winds up the tour of the Ignition I know we could ask other questions -
Navy finals.So I Lots of luck to Chief Lindsey TEA 802 H AM )0 Phase Here is Phase Officer. but we'll give you a chance
far, Sinibaldi's team shaped and Chief Atkinson who have recently TOB 302 ft HM&HD 80 Mr. Norris We think your boys i, to retract that statement.
up something like this: Beck: 118; received their orders to report TAP 282 TEn 75 really know their stuff, Mr Norris A million thanks to all hands
Each!: ]21; Halter or Monger: 135; I to ComAir Lant for duty Di.ib.' 215 TTM 87 W Sure we lave time for a cup I that participated in the smoker
Fisher, 147 Perli140" >; Del Shaky carlin is now on lean TOA 210 T 05 of "joe"! We all had a wonderful time aaad
Greco, 172, aDd Claroha, heavy I Lull the Spook baa taken his job TCT 175 G 40 And *,'. so long until next week we're looing forward to another
'{;'ht. over until 1* returns. I TAS J:27% TAI 30 H 1* S, before: too long.


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+ Pc J Ei/xt JAX AIR NEWS 24 April 1947-'

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,h.. Double-Header From Morrison( Field AsGezeli

f Daley and Seid itx Give Up Two Hits .


The NAS Flier baseball nine coupled excellent pite' .

and heavy hitting last week to add four more wins to s

1 1I i record and bring the current victor streak up to seven

tiaight. Local hurlers gave up only twelve hits in the four

I. I games!' and in the Sunday- double-header Tony Oezeli; allowed -
i only one hit. To finish oft -------- --- -'--- -
f the weeks work, the combined efforts Going into the second inning the
ft I, of Jim Daley and Jack Seid- Fliers! were trailing by two r un-..
I witz held Moirison Field to one hit but they bunched three hits tw "
t in the nightcap. walk', and an error to give them
With a J-1 record, the Fliers will' five runs!!! and a lead they held HI[
trek to Laleland, Fla.. tomorrow to the end
and take on the Florida Southern fliers!> 11 ; Morri&on Field 0 _
I nine And then, on Tuesday, the Ij I In the opening game of the Out
fliers will journey to Green Cove I II double.header of the year, the Ary-
L Springs for a game with the 16th men combined good pitching end.

'..." ,,,>. 1t-:...._",". '7 .. ,.:" .: \' > 'tt... < '" 1 I Fleet horsfhiders, heavy hitting for a 11-0 victory
', "' ,'.; ';', r : : I Sparked by Jack Seidvvitz who muled his'! second victory of the
: r' 'hurled four-hit ball to win hid campaign by limiting the VIMIIUI4

'second game of the season, the : to one hit.
NAS Fliers won their!' fourth consecutive Stun Kozlowski garnered the
.. .. !( '_. .. -....' '" .
: i It +
k' -" r i w .,,' .e r .: :. wrwt,1 victory last Thursday only hit of the game fur the Aaa ,
-";;:"_- _ij. : : :. A; 't.:; --:- -. I when they pinned a 6-:: defeat on line-drive single to left in ,
.., .......,.
-- :
: ;00.-..:...._ _..... ; ....--.__:: .- I the Green Cove Springs Bullets at I third inning. Gezeli fanned t JAnd
..% ;. wM' ._ Mason Field. walked four, only one r'tyIreaching
!: =:: ..- '4.....,.."!'*'1... The Green Cove nine, rated as : third
.... lot. ... one( of the best hitting teams in I The Fliers got rolling: in r t it..
I ,. .... ... \. this vicinity, started out in its home half of the second wh,' ,
..... ,,--..;. t.E .: usual way when Donomo hit the I Buzzer Haves singled an I H: ,
1: lust pitch to dead center field for : Werner wa hit by a pitched hnCezdi : !
"i a double. After Henaia had sa-:- ., I
t .. '' lined out to the pitcher a.
rounder to Jim Ztenta, but a
1 ". t .' steal Chuck Hertord slaopt l I
: I'bud throw put runnels on second: ,
4 .: two-iun single to center ac u t
.;' + .' .V .t 10... "- "I' I and third. Grimm slapped a single j Haves and 'Uerncr and \ig 11''..
,. t "" .: ''t '>. ill center, tallying Bonomo and clouted< a double to right s,"of 1:1: ,
,,/ J i'" Hensel Heiiord Allen stole thin l .t I
:k In the last of the second, howl : for the second time in two, 101" ,
i ; .4' : <;" (l\ the locals took a lead whim also stole home. ,-
; :? ''' they never relinquished. Lukovv- : The Fliers collected five III",
.. Ilotlt\ control momentarily and runs! in the fourth, and Ken 1/1I.,
I .
<<... parsed Jim Zienta and Wally ner put the finishing touch in ,\"
1 .v-" Hages The Bullet infield moved in slugfest with a long homer t to r i\a\ -
; -.,,- ..los to cut off the run but Buz- in the fifth
SNAPPING Tllr:Hi t"1'Tt.ns in rapid sequence. phot gtaphet >I at t the HI M -Mormon Field game /er Haves blooped a drive over Hers\ 13; "MorrUoii Field .'
Saturday iiptiicd! : a moie-lik" lecotd ot Tim Zienta s slide into home plato it a tam attempt to steal the infield, scoring Zienta Bill I In the nightcap, Jim Dal I.,v I' home in the filth inning Zionta on thud 1 as the pitcher wound up broke for i the plate. but catcher Fd Crane flied deep to right Hages Jack Seidwitz limited the viait< '
i Daughtrv. wa.- waiting:;: with the hoisthidt In the top photo. Zienta starts his slide In the bottom photo scoring after the catch beidwit 1 to one safety again, a Texas-leaguer /::
DaugrUi\ tails on. t"pot I him while Buzz r Hayes I Ioiks on and umpire Hurt Maxwell \oiifproush tails proceeded to win his own game to short right by Jim Kuss.
i j f the plaMainsirJe\', by blasting a double to left, scoring in the third.
_. .
\ - -- : Hayes The visitors collected two rum
A beautiful double play pulled in the third by vitrue of one h, I
Sweeps All Honors In New RegulationsFor Seidwitz out of trouble in the three walks, and an error. In a'i
fourth and the Fliers clinched the'' dition, Walker was hit by a pit, i IiI
Outdoor Pools game in the weird fifth stanza I I A lour-run fifth really sewed .i ,

Seventh N. D. Bowling Tourney Seidwitz grounded to short to 1 Since the opening of the out tart the inning and Ed Guv'ton Dieudonne walked and stole se
door pool!! several NA Jax keglei walked off with all the: honors in the and other
swimming regulations beat out his second hit ot the ton grounded out and scored wh
t"'entha'id: District bowling tournament held at Main, have been announced bv the game, Guyton going to second. Bill Crane slapped a single

side Friday and Saturday on the otlueis lan(>*-, Physical Training Departmen't.All Ar> forced Gujton at third, and rfght Alter Seidwitz h3.\I I, .
This was the hi >t ditiut -wide tourney staged: here ill pools will be open from 0500 then Jim Zienta was hit by a out, Chuck Herford reached" ,i s*"
to l 1900. Monday through Saturday pitched ball. With a two-one counton ond on a bad throw Crane g'III, _
the kegling spoilMamside and from 1200 to 1800 on Wally Hages, Allen stole home to thud Then NTig Allen sh ,', I
I bo\\leia the tetiin trophy three individual Sunclav Pools will not
uun open on and the tattled pitcher: made a drive to center scoring Crane ,
trophies for the top three scores [ I, Sunday until the church pennant balk in a vain attempt to catch Herford. Allen stole secon,1 .I''
of the tourney, and the prized In Intra-Mural has been lowered Ary ort third, allowing him to scored on Jim ZI nta's hard 1 an.-
Commandant's diadem, symbolicof Play Colored personnel may Uk the scot, to left
district supremacy. diving pool at Mainside, Monday I The Bullets made a game. rallyin I In the sixth Beebe singled, 4 II'I
I Crowned champion of the Sew Softball League Now I through Saturday, during the following the. seventh, but after scoring stole second. He went to thu ,iDaughtivs ,,,.
enth Naval District aa the top I ; hours: OfcOO to 1100, and one. run. Seidwitz caught a run- error, and then Di" ,
kejler of the tourne was Lt. Edward Underway On Station from 1300 to 1 *>00 On Sunday, the ner oft third to squelch the threat donne walked. Dickey stole se ,Ii i
B Smolenski, who led the tolored swimmers may use the Miers 13; Morrison Field! b his third theft of the game -to t
f' field of approximate! 50 bowie: >I. Intra-muidl s ttbwll gut t off to a pool from liOO: to 1*''>00) : Though the Morn on Field nine Hal Tilton bashed a long i I"" I ,
total for live will the first team to collet to deep right tor the n'
with a pin score last start Tuesday a" the ten teamsin Swimming instructions begiven was t me :ethan bagger
games ot 94:i. the National League played the to children ot enlisted per low hits front the NAS tuns Tilton I aught a slow h"
t Six teams entered the tourna- fire" encounters which were" on the sOI1JH'1 at the Mamside pool I on Saturdays tlm ci! *. tin> J-lici won tht'II' fourth right on the nose, and th,' I
ment. but NAS Jax's closest foe docket for "opt'ning' dav', starting at 100(1.( While .t- Inset, lit ive' vutniv: blasting out liive I NATTC Jax, was far behind the I It Yesterday, the American League (ltets'! : i.hlldl"11 will tw 111.,111 I t Inl I tn. rm. ..Johnll\I 1It'ttj. 1 M 1 tinned! head! by twenty feet t. rolling i )
with 429 deficit The I at the U" ( 'llIh I \< 1 at I moo or in a brilliant i:I I'.I'}; ,h to \"t: th' way to the stone barrack-;
winners a
t pin ushered in its first day of -
total of competition Saturday; .t-.II" > .* 1 D;1"" A"I. tort,r I All"P "I't 110 te>'t.
Mainside. team piled up a with five tilts being played
.4451 points to the runner-up's 4022 I Under the guidance; of I- ns. T. S
., market Green Cove Springs Banana I Ai\ and Chief Robert Buudreau\ SEVENTH N. D. BOWLING CHAMPS .
River Cecil Field, and Sub who have charge of the s ttbill 1.-
Base KeWest, Fla, finished up loops, each league will play I I',
in that orderAlthough games in the first round Ph, r '
each team had ten" will be three rounds ot pla'I'' ,, ''I S1.-. r -t : 1t

men, only the top five scoiers, were The captains of th. i I" .
counted in the official tabulationThe teams entered in the 1 It,, |I'; i n 1\1
NAS team consisted of Lt with Aiy and Boudreau lolldH" t
Smolensk! Lt. t ijgi I Earl Renakei afternoon to discuss the i iUH ", ik
Lt. Comdt William Steinke, Lt. I regulations which will gu1'1 1 1/I pain \ t
Robert HosflId, and Lt. ( J jg ) Vernon the league this summer All t'I.i -
Fierce. Each recorded scores given schedules and rule bo< k- Ia

of OH 921. 918 843, and 826 recpectivelv An officers' Softball league ,II> ii

being started and officers WIHhlll, .
Other tenpin rollers who ranked to enter teams may do "si' b\ .
in'the! first ten were G, L. Dix from contacting f ns. Ary or Chit i Btu! .I '- .
N'ATTC placing fourth with a dreau at Building 726 or b\ l"IdllllJ: ; /
core of 904 : George Simon of Cecil ext 593 The officers: game will ,
Field, filth with S6'i: ; Robert be played on Monday after"n< "n.-

Chase, seventh with a pin total of I entered"
835 Chase was the lone keglet | i'
from Key West to reach the fret more are needed to round i '"nt th .+, I

Un. E S Suma of Green Cove ,: league
ranked ninth with| 825, and John I IBtljack The schedule for tOdd and( t t".
1 of Cecil Field, held down morrow for both loops tollws

r, tht last position of the ten leading N.\Tl O N.\1. ....:.\M.r: ,..
scorers with a total of 816. |
I (Today)
Every kegjet participating in !! Flint U viion v*. N.\1':'. 1-t
th* tournev will receive a felt emblem : T-* Uivlnion VI, MHin->,Ids DM. ,i., .,,.>.. P
r from the officials for their Bout Umi. vi. 1'lim Las I
I Metal l> ,,,,,.
tire IvpL v* ivuPHrMrhite k m
active part in making this first' Loft v" th;"It t 1'110.' tC'
tournament stuh a success Both 4
VMKHICAX: : U\it't: : t t
aeMiona of the werewitnessed
( by large crowds j ( Friday)

Another tourney will bo held'' Supply VU VI vit, ,NHVH Muriiivit! (I mn' 'I..I I I ---'-- ....... ---
next year to determine the District Malnvido. Pernoiinc I VH VSHOperation LOOKINI1\ TilE I, \NE* are the i 1- un men lanflv' xtponsible PH N /\.& Tax :opping the SevenH
I in. A< I'IIHUMM,,I IIimiM I' ttl"h wh icind,"d out the> team, Lt tgI 1
champion, but the only trophy ( Naval f fIitrt': ,' B"wing (l"Ut'lalt1t"lIt lest( week Hie man C' (
which will 'b>' contested ia the < n"'. present i who'n 1 the !picture was 1 taken! The uve.n an kegling! outfit aided a (sin!
Commandant: ': trophy Geor/e H.'Hold Sealer, one of the I total of -t,4I,1 l to ca'' .. best l fielding/ trait basemen/ in the in front 01 them are Lt Coiudr William Steinke, Lt (ol>art Ilosfield, Lt Edward 8molo \>iki.
/ culled 9U the initial' night, and Lt (jgi '
howler >f the Seventh Naval District who [o on
made four the champion (
When Joe DiM gglO hit safely husincs'. once j NAS bowleisi eluded three individual ones wliu It Sm I lc"Hlu, Hen!!
Sl i flail: rt nau<'t' Tlw lioitlmwo/ lv
in G6 parries m a row, he alai rors at first *In one {eH'uc' cr-I ''
soorocl fib rune during that Rt r."jk that ov,'M the "best" Have off< ak I <*r. and ttiMnkclook{ lie f'f>nimandan :s C"llhy| l and: the< team diadem

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