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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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ISSUANCE ,OF, NEW STATWN AUTO


'TAGS WILL ,BEGIN ATNAS -TODAYNew


station auto tags for 19174.8 -
have been received and will be with a propeller within a shield I
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ready for issue today, it was an. just as on this year's -
4 nounced this week by the Yard Of. Captains and commanders may
lice procure their tags today and to-

Not only have the color combinations morrow. All other officers can obtain -
Y' been altered this year but their tags next week. The 5:=No. 5 USNAS AND NATTC, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 1 May 1947
the identifying device as well Officers' period from 12 to 16 May has
have 'a back- been set aside for CPO's and other
tags green
ground with white letters,and bearan enlisted personnel, while civilian BuAer Schedule
eagle superimposed Qn crossed employees will get their tags be- A&RTops
anchors; enlisted tags will have tween 19 and 30 May. Stragglerswho
black letters on a cream-colored failed to procure their tags
background and a shield device during the regular periods will
; chief's tags carry will be the sameas have to wait until the first two For Two Straht Months

....'" other enlisted tags but will have weeks in June for another oppor-
the letter "jC": before the numerals tunity to apply for the new plates. -
must first time in the --- -- -- -------- -- -------
for the
Applicants new tags For historyof
and civilian will bear
; tags or- of 75 overhauls set
ange letters on a black background bring with them proof of owner- the NAS Jacksonville Assembly I RID's were turned out by the local March, NAS quota Jax BuAer.
ship, such as a title or state reg- and Repair Department, the Bureau activity-released for another pe for by
alone
T istration certificate, containing the of Aeronautics aircraft over- rind of service life with Navy operating The March figures were
OUTDOOR POOL state tag number, make, model, haul schedule has been exceededfor units. The record of this something to which the departmentcould
year, engine number, and color two consecutive months, it was accomplishment is displayed on the point with pride, as it was '
REGULATIONS of the car. announced yesterday by CaptainJ. large production board in the Assembly the first time since April, 1916, ffl I<
schedule had been
I No charge is being made for the E Dodson, A&R Officer. and Repair Building. Studyof that the BuAer .
new tags which must be attachedto During the month of March 39 the board reveals that the 80- met or exceeded.
ANNOUNCEDStation the car by 1 July. Corsairs, 38 Helldivers, and three I plane total exceeded by five the The question uppermost in the
minds of A&R personnel at the
Order No. 35-47, Issued AIRCRAFT OVERHAULS SCHEDULED vs ACTUAL beginning of April was: "Can we
last week, outlined a number of maintain the pace again this month
regulations governing swimmingin 100 100 and in the future to meet coming
\all NAS swimming pools. Since schedules?" The end of the month
I the weather will continue to get alone would provide the answer--
.
I warmer, and more and more personnel and all hands turned impatientlyback
will be using the outdoor to their tasks with grim determination -
i pools, the JAX AIR NEWS: is listing and renewed vigor. It
I below the regulations contained 1946 t 1947 was going to be done!
: in the order so that all hands
will be familiar with them: 80 -- -80 From top to bottom, everyone
into the battle. Excite-
pitched
1. Swimming or bathing In the
I waters of the St. Johns River, ad- ment ran high, but there was a

jacent to the station or in the -- new feeling In A&R-a feeling
'I station lake (Casa Linda Is strictly that nothing was Impossible witha
prohibited. t spirit of co-operation in a com-
mon objective. And it was done!
II I 2The use of the swimming The final score for April was 84
:
''i pools on the station is restricted 60, BuAfR SCHEDULE 60 planes completed against BuAer's
I to specific groups as follows: schedule of 60!
(a) The Commissioned Officers'
To celebrate this accomplishment -
,. Mess: Pool is for use of membersof for a
plans are underway
the Commissioned Officers' to be
gigantic department picnic
Mess their families, and
guests. 'I held sometime this month.
I (b) The NAS Enlisted Men's According to A&R officiate,
Pools (Nos. and 2, rear of Bldg. 40 40 many factors contributed, to the
No. 3) are for the use of enlistedmen establishment of this new record (.
of the station
complementand the utilization of ideas presented
their guests. through the Beneficial Suggestion
(c) The large pool (No. 3, rear Program, the institution of certain
of Bldg. 705) is for officers not revised procedures involving organizational 4
members of the Commissioned refinements and proc-

Officers' Mess, Student Officers, 20 ACTUAL PRODUCTION' 20 essing routines, and the revamp-
':, Chief Petty Officers, WAVES, L1I ing of t.o assembly line. Still others -
their families, and guests. have been the marked improvement -

(d) The pools in the NATTC in morale among em-
t area are for the use of studentsand ployees, the development oa clo
enlisted personnel of NATTC ser-knit organization with full co- *

!I. in accordance with regulations' established operation among the divisions, i t
r f./ by the Commanding Off 0 shops, and the supervisorworkerlevels. :
o.
fiver, NATTC. j t
) The indoor pool is available APR MAY JUNE JULY AUG' SEPT OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR In addition to exceeding the Bu- j i

t hands in accordance with Aer schedule, concurrently the !

1. 1'1'e regulations. department continued to do an out-
The officer-In-charge of swim- standing job of meeting or exceed-
: is responsible for the prep- 'tilE SHARP UPSURGE in the number of overhauls completed each month by NAS JacksonvlUe's ing Bureau schedules for aircraft
t and enforcement of specific Assembly and Repair Department is shown graphically above It points out, too, that actual production modifications and for engine over
I regulations for the use of has_. exceeded the schedule set by the Bureau of Aeronautics for two consecutive month'S. I hauls. While quantity increased,
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the pools. performance records indicate that
4. The following specific regulations Topple Two More! there was a simultrjou.s DE- .
I shall be observed by all LAST CALL ISSUED CREASE in the man-hours required f
persons using the pools: for the job. I
(a) No person having any form Fliers Stretch Winning A&R has no intention of restingon
.' of skin disease, running ears sore its laurels, it was emphasized, I
eyes, venereal disease, or wearing FOR SPELLING BEEIn (Continued oa Pave,
adhesive tape or bandages shall Streak To Nine In A RowBy 2)L

enter a pool at any time. the 20 March edition of the I
(b) The uniform for all pools if Doug Crocket, S2 Ladies AuxiliaryOf
JAX AIR NEWS, all hands were
. f- swimming trunks or bathing suits. TIe, newest star to flash across the baseball horizon at Fleet Reserve
(c) Prior to entering the pool invited by the Jacksonville Journalto
NAS Jax in the past week was Johnny Sheffield who hurleda
each bather shall take a shower, participate in its spelling bee. Meets On 5 MayThe
.. using soap, in showers designated brilliant four-hit stint against Florida Southern last Friday The idea was for each activity here J
for that purpose. and then turned in a spectacular relief job against the to form a team to represent it, and Ladies Auxiliary of the
f ; (d) Each bather shall soak both Green Cove Bullets Tuesday to aid the Fliers in their nine- to narrow the field down by competition Fleet Reserve Association will 1
J feet in the antiseptic solution pro- I streak until the champion spellerof meet on :5 May at 2000 in the com i
(Continued on Pare 3) game victory the station was determined.The munity building of tha Cumber- ;
The Fliers topped the Florida land Road Housing Project. High ti
U' IT'S NOT AN OIL DERRICK Southern Moccasins 7-1. at Lake response was even worse light of the evening wilt be the ;
' than However quite
land and finished off the week'swork we expected. initiation of new members. Plans '
at Green Cove Springs by a number of individuals expressed ..
for the picnic will also be made .
copping their ninth consecutive Interest in the contest if they
Those desiring additional Information -
: victory, 5-4. could enter a run-off without hav-
on the meeting may call
The NAS-Green Cove Springstilt (Continued on Page !2)Editor's ) Mrs St Laurant at ext. 8231 .1iI
w was a thriller for the full I -
t nine innings, as the Bullets chop-
ped down the big Flier lead run by Navy Department Turns, Out' '
run only to run into the relief 11
slants of Sheffield. The local southpaw To, Welcome Pres. Aleman +
with bad
pitching a leg, gave
up only one hit in his four-inning Note. The follou'inq article
a appearance. was especially written from apital'S- t nal Airport. An estimated

s Hank Lacotta who started the Washington for the Jar Air News 300,000 Washingtonians 1
game for the locals ran into trou- by Kenneth Barnsdale of the lined the path of the motorcade
ble in the first inning when the first Press Sect'of the Navy's Office I' accompanying the two chief ex:
two Green Cove batters reached Pf4-blic'tn/ormation.. "Barney," ecutives of the neighboring coun- .
second and third At this point La- a fellow newspaperman from Char- tries. ;
). cotta settled down and fanned the lotte, N. C., entered the Navy the As President Aleman swung# J
next three hitters. He kept on same time as the editor of the Air past the Navy Department Build- 1
rolling in the second and whiffedthe News, went through boot camp ing the Naval Band greeted his
y Bullets, one-two-three. with him, then went on to NA"S party; naval personnel from offi-
Behind this type of pitching, the Miami for Public Relations duty. cers of flag rank on down throughthe
iik I V' \ (Continued on Page %) He was editor of The Skywriter ranks and rates saluted the
,/ / there for some time until that fine visiting dignitary, and the thousands -
ll \ service paper ceased publication of civilian men, women, and
\ : Aj' Weekly when the station wai: deactivatedBy school children waved Mexicanand
American flags.
SCUD ball SchcdnJo
KENNETH BARNSDALE The welcome extended the Mexican ..
N 1 Special to Jax: Air News chief executive had seldom
---- ...' Today WASHINGTON, D. C., 29 been equalled in the history of the
{ Green Cove Spring*-Away., April-Hundreds of naval officers, community of the Potomac Only

r I -' Saturday enlisted personnel, and civilian employees for the inauguration of a Presi.
Florida Southern-Mamm Field" lined Constitution Avenuein dent of her own vintage doe the i
\ w' (Douhl-h a Sunday Building :Tuesday afternoon to show. -
PERSONNEL, WATCHED BREATHLESSLY last week as Public Baifotxl. PrL.oa--Awa, welcome President Miguel Alemanof Sparkling forensic in the u*.
,' Works painters climbed all 'over the water towers at Water Tuesday Mexico to the"natk capital. live tongue of President Aleman
I Plant No. 1 like,.steeplejacks to dress Up the .tall'structural with a Cecil ldrMamm! Field. Arriving in Washington at 1600, highlighted the reception In frontof
shining silver coat ('There weren't many spectators Offering to aw1/ ] (fit.de'at 1600)) the visiting president was met by the Washington District Build
;oba with the painters.) President Harry Tru, ''m at the ing in the heart of the city.I ,



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.. .. Players ReachSarniFinals
Softball Race Wide Open As 26



:i PRODUCTION In Teams Fight For First Position

u too Tennis TourneyFour I

t'ttLiE No Softball at Mainside isn't taking a back Beat to baseball for alt __
advanced to the
have
men I the season moves into its second week 26 outfits are vieing for ton WI'
semi-finals of the enlisted
N faro person
J honors In three loops.
nel's tennis tournament which is Ten are slugging it out in the National League, ten more in thf
being held this week at the I American Loop, and six teams are !>batting the big pill around in tbe
WAVES mat. Since only a few entries Officers' League.

toal were received Chief Robert Since the season U 00 young, thtj
a ai Justiss of Physical Training deemed NAS Disc-Busters race for supremacy in all three
It beet to combine the WAVES .
leagues is wide open. Three teams}
tourney with the enlisted men's. In State are tied for top place in the Na.. :
The quartet of men who made H Shooting tional Loop, and a trio of outfit I
to the semi-final bracket were S. are tied for first in the American. I

PEPOtr.Ef S. Cranford, R. 1'. Radon W. C. Skeet Match SundayAnother The Officers' Loop just got under
Sawyer, and Gene Whitlock. The way last Monday and two of the
four were slated to play for the NAS Jax team will he teams are in the top spot.

right to advance to the final bracket out this week trying to cop honors The softball leagues have been
yesterday. Radin and Sawyerwere in a meet in Jax. The NAS Jax given fine backing so far with

alM.rAnllTUTe to meet, and Whitlock and skeet team will participate in the large crowds witnessing every 'en-
i Cranford were. M'h *duk>d to playin State Skeet Shoot which will be counter 'played at the six cianv
the lower bracKet. The finale held at the Jax Gun Club this onds in use.
1i
will be held tomorrow afternoonon week-end. The local skeetmen are NATIONAL LEAGUE
the WAVES courts at 1630. I I II not scheduled to shoot until Sun- 7.15. Won lASS.
Flap Unit 2M.lal
I In the quarter-final round Ra- dav when the team championships- Jiivicton I e
..vOaFW din won from Silvers Brainard will J be fired. iHtnnry' INATS e

defeated NAS Jax is the service out- 1
MUnI Murphy Sawyer won only flr 'ntnt 1 I
from Petty Crawford had to go fit entered in the state meet. Ten ('. P. O. Club! 1 1

all out to drop Rump, and Whit teams have signed up so far and T.Plant' Divilion Itivl.ion e 0 >t ..
lock won from Justiss. In the next more are expected to before Sun- NARTU 0 *
round Radin won from Brainardin I day. One of the teams the local I+oat HMIM, 0 :2
the only scheduled match. All skeeters will have to cope with is AMERICAN LEAGUE

the other winners advanced to the the team which set the state record Tram .Won Loot.
,".'..t in that report'prouluction held up because of lack: of ]>arti,', semi-finals by virtue of byes. and is picked to cop top hon NUll A A )K llo tVriwwntl.(,ltal l 2 2 .
and then list fen items doeon't block:" .
H Supply .
The winner will be awarded a ors. MMlnrid rrt>onn l 2 0
i (> *r.tioMi 1 1ves
.NOW trophy or plaque from the Physical Members of the team include Lt. l AIU No. 4 t t
'. Training Dept. for winning thetournament. (jg) F. E. Fields, who at present r..r..rhuU Xj.ft 1 1
is leading scorer on the NAS skeetoutfit Surely 1 1
I ni>i4'tion; 0 :2
Svf Lt Comdr. Fred Bozard, Marine 0 2
Lt. Paul King, Chief Dominick VA-ATIT Nc>. 4 2
ToppleContinued Galitano, and Chief I. J. Franz- OFFICERS'; LEAGUE
blau. Tram wan IortH.lq.
7th N. II. 1 0
:: ,: ( from 1'afte 1) The local skeetmen have been \>B Offi '..r 1Naval .
0 1
.. ..., NAS nine grabbed a big lead in very successful so far this season Advanced Hospital) 1 ruining 0 1
'. the third when they scored four having only dropped one encounter VSK Inttrurtorn 0
...
while four. The lone loss NATTC D 0The )
led off with walk and winning
runs. Ary a
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und tomorrow for
.-li' m-h"'!hil for t ly
was inflicted by Cecil l Field, but
stole second. Lacotta walked, and both loot* f 'llo..II:
.." /. > the runners worked a double steal.. the locals came back the followingweek NATIONAL' LEAGUE

......;.: Lukowski, Bullet ace, fanned Guy- to outshoot the Cecil "gun (Today)
men." Metal l 'I\'I.il" v. Plant r "lsi">n.Chif .
and Allen but Jim Zienta
ton
.
Club v" b.t Notre .
.,. S. worked With the bases -
.': a pass. NAKTU vt Mnin ul<> IiMnrry.n
loaded Lukowski blew up and mendous triple. |t Unit v. NATS.
JgR Mr iH-r-t. v. T-": 1I1"I"iff"i i
O
PRO' UGT I walked Werner to force in Ary, Once more it was Sheffield, winning A MK:HI CAN LEAGUE
and then hit Beaudreau to forcein his third victory of the sea- (Friday

aeRt Lacotta. Bernie Beebe toppedoff son, who held the Moccasins at AAR Personnel< v.. VOS.
the session with a single to left bay. He allowed but four hits \'1'8It Pumchut Lift.
.
1".I;(>n va Supper.Mine'de
i p scoring Zienta and Werner.Green throughout the distance and fanned Personnel VI N.vsl "(tIII.ltAtI
Cove backin four. ( p.ration.; V' Mnrin Ilt-I..t'hmtrt'
got one run .
r the third but Lacotta singled: The Fliers drew first blood in I
h rI Ary home in the fourth to bring the second inning when Bob Beau- Last Call

I r the score to 51. The Bullets scoredin dreau ran wild on the base paths.He .
V. the fourth and fifth, and Larson singled, stole second, stole
.. (Continual from Page 1))
r singled to open the fifth. Sheffield third, and scored on a passed ball.
'i'' -- replaced Lacotta for the Fli- Jim Zienta singled to start off the ing to enter as a team.

r ers and forced Iback to groundto fourth, and went to second when Since the City Championshipsweren't

Allen, forcing Larson. But the infield bobbled Ary's routine scheduled until the middleof
Washcone drove Iback across the I I grounder. Beaudreau walked to May, there was no point in

platter and the tying run was load the bases!' and two more free staging a final noun 1 here so far
perched on third. Lukowski hit passes brought the score to 30. in advance. So we let the matter

to Zienta who caught the Green The NAS nine sewed up the drop. But now the deadline is
creeping near, and if we can get
Cover off third to end the threat. game in the seventh when it
4 From here on in, it was up to! bunched Herford's triple, three singles enough contestants by tomorrow
the big lefthander to hold the lead an error, and a stolen base we can hold the championship race
"In our new report ..ay. 'production climbing higher- ll wenwd and he came through with flying for four runs and its eighth vic- j early next week with Charles
Small of the Jacksonville Journal .
from Supply is more ladder, colors. tory. I
contt-fq-Mrector, calling the words. :
screws, bolts, and aircraft partsto Fliers 7; Florida Southern 1 J i'' The jmal provide a dictionaryfor

A&R keep the production line in high Earlier in the week, the Fliers When Ty Cobb retired from I IbaAball the winner and the Welfare .

I gear, it was stated. took on Florida Southern at Lakeland he held more than 85 Department promises to provide
(Continued from Page 1) With the realization that the and trounced the collegians! records but now many of these an additional prize to the champ.
for a glance at the projected Bu- job ahead can only be accomplished 71. Hitting honors for the nightwenrMo have been broken. His 12 years as j Contact the JAX AIR NEWS I
Aer schedule shows that continued I by the sum of the individual Chuck Herford who garnered batting champ seems destined to ext. 8230.: by 1630 tomorrow if you

F maximum effort will be needed if I contributions of the 4,500 civilian two hits, including. a tre- stand a long longtime, though.I' wish to enter.
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the department is to continue employees and military personnelin --
meeting its quotas. the department, Assembly and NAS MAT SQUAD
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To solve of the forward .um
some supply I Repair is looking to future ,- ... t ..rL1"
problems, special salvage opera- schedules with no apprehension. t ,' u -- '

tions have been established to provide ': It knows the schedules will -, .5

an adequate supply of. nuts, i' be met! ;r. ..
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I LOCAL MAT MAULERS WILL VIE FOR I



t HONORS IN 7TH N. D. TOURNAMENTNAS i ( : f< ir

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Jax mat maulers will)) step e
Hayward 145-lb.
Into the ring this week in theSeventh group.
I Sinibaldi ha!! nix men entered
Naval District wrestling
I including W. C. Ry en, 128-lb ;
championships to be staged Mainside Auditorium tomorrow fT
J. C. Lemmons, 155-lb. bracket.C. :
a
and .
Saturday.This
L. Wagner, 365-pounder: R. C .
is the third district-wide. Yore, 175-lb. class, and W.
tourney to be held here in the last I Wells, heavyweight division. E'I f
three weeks. First bowling was First District Tourney F j
held at the NAS officers' bowling I This District tournament is the I' R l p

lanes, then last week the boxing first such wrestling tourney being

tournament was held in NATTC held in the District, and as far as I
Auditorium and now the local officials have been able to deter- | .5 1//
.
grapplers will see action this mine the first known District 1e
week. meet in the U. S. Also, officials I (4t

Because of the lack of entries, stated, it is one of the first such II | 'I.

the<< meet might only be held on tournaments to be held in the .
Saturday afternoon. Only two state
trams have entered NAS Jax and I There will be no All-Navy wrestling -
NATTC Jax. Eight men have been matches this year, but one I.

entered by Lt. Paul King, Main- will be held in February of 1948.

Bide mat mentor, and a half-dozen I ..
:maulers have been entered by
Coach Al Sinibaldi of NATTC GOLF LUNCHEON AT

NAS Jax entered the Naval Air 0" CLUB TODAYA "

Athletic Training Conference "Dutch Luncheon" will be ,q.'

wrestling tournament held at Pen- held at noon today in the "0"Club
sacola recently and won fourth : .:
for officers who participated j S .,
place. NATTC did not enter a in the recent officers' golf 5- \

team in the NATAC tourney tournament. Prizes will be .,
THESE MAT MAULERS will NAS Jax'n colors into the tomorrow and l'at ;
Members of the Mainside mat awarded the winners of each carry ring Saturday nights
team include Bill Peoples 128-lb. flight, and a short movie including Mainside Auditorium in the Seventh Naval District wrestling championships The matmen who have II
; Melvin Kleinman, 136-lb. some of the local "par been working out daily in preparation for this tourney will be co-favorite with local NATTC Jax to
chins the District First row left to right Frank Hayward Torrero Melvin Kleinman and
bracket; Arthur Bcheaffer, 155- busters" in action will be shown. cop trophy. George ,
Harry Thiede, 165-lb. Officer golfers who did not take Bill Peoples. Second row, Lt. Paul King, wrestling mentor, John Taylor, Hairy Thiede, and Arthur
rounder; the NAB matter fourth in the Naval Air Athletic Confer-
bracket willattend Schaeffer. In their laM outing, placed Training
clans J. Evan, 175-lb. ; in the tournament also
; division part ence held at Penaacola. Kleinman gabbed off a first place in the 13 -pound clam there and hope to repeat -
.;John Taylor, heavyweight ; .
the feat this week
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L MOVIES: Wet"kdaYJ-l1S0 and 2000; wf'f"kf'nd'J-liSIJ and 2000.
4
THURSDAY
'- r ftZasv "A LIKELY STORY", starring Bill Williams and Barbara Hale
.
,
., Romantic drama.
... w FRIDAY
s "FEAR IN THE NIGHT, with Kay Scott and DeForest Kelley.
vv Drama

SVrtKDAY AND !SUND\Y
"THE EGG AND I", featuring Claudette Colbert and Fred< Mo-
Murray Comedy
MONDAY z

't : "DEVIL THUMBS A RIDE", starring Lawrence Tierney Melodrama

.
TUESDAY AND WEDNKM;
"100 MEN AND A GIRL", featuring Deanna Durbin, Replay..
rJiR THURSDAY
"TARZAN AND THE HUNTRESS< starring Johnny Weismuller.
I Drama. (

d.! ANTHONY R. HRADY, wife of the Commanding Officer was the guest of honor at a I
4 luncheon of the Book Review Circle of the Officers Wives Club last Thursday The affair was in the JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
nature of a farewell get-together since Mrs Brady is expected to leave with the Captain late this
month for a new duty assignment The guests ar*>: hown above dining on the terrace In the inset at Shows start at tM4t..
I the upper left, Mrs Brady chats with Mrs Francis Lee Albert. wife!! of the senior chaplain who was THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
> the April chairman of the group. "ALEXANDER'S. RAGTIME BAND", starring Tyrone 'Power and
_. Alice Faye.
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small skiff (a very bad practicefor &ATUKD4Y
a sailor chief) when .all of a "TARZAN AND THE HUNTRESS". with Johnny'Wewmuller.
Hospital sudden Chief Myer got a bite. Excitement SUNDAY
reigned as the boat slowly "FEAR IN THE NIGHT, featuring DeForest Kelley and Kay
tipped over and dunked its passengers Scott.
Chatter N into the very muddy watersof i MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Cedar Creek. Twelve warmouth "THE EGG AND I", starring Claudette Colbert and Fred Mo-.

1 i I, perch were caught and possibly a Murray.
__ .. By CHUDOBA WHITE II I few colds Don try that when we WEDNESDAY i
go to the Snapper banks.Myer. "DEVIL THUMBS A RIDE. with Lawrence. Tierney.
The. hottest thing in this hospital -
out there know. THURSDAY
i* not the galley range but By J. F NKLEN, ACMM Pretty deep you
Saturday evening's free party at "100 MEN AND A GIRL", featuring Deanna Durbin.
our Softball team We played two There are. a lot of you chiefs
I the club was more of a success
games in the League this week who apparently don't know that '
than was anticipated. There were OTHER EVENTS
and won them both by very decisive your club has a softball team
159' enjoying
margins. On Wednesday There could be more of you root- themselves about couples The music really: was fine and! BINGO P.\RTY-Ever Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage
j night, we trounced the Marine ing fpr the boys whose efforts and the lights were low. The atmosphere ATHLETIC O EAR-Available at Mat area, Torktown venue-and .
Detachment by the score of 9.3. sense of competition have gone together excellent for a Satur- Muslin Road, 1000-1130 and 1300-i330 daily, and at Gear Rooks, topside
I White! pitched six-hit ball and set! to make up this fine team. I was entertainment. Bldg. 726, 0800-1700 on work days '
ten Marines down' via the strike I, The boys broke in their new Kelly day evenirjg's MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Hear of Bldg. 39,' open 1200-2400
route' On Friday evening, we green outfits with a bang Yeah, ', Last Tuesday's bingo drew quite daily and week-ends Meetings at 2000 Mondays. }!
whipped the VOS ballclub by the on. the short end of an 11 to 1 a crowd but not as large as usual.Thursday's BOWLING-Six alleys located in Mainsida Recreation -Balding

hui could' It have been drew a few people but hardly
that was never in doubt. Gallo day jitters, 2100 Saturdays and Sundays.
to make it Let's see
way was the big gun, having *. some other kind ? enough pay. BOXING For information regarding workouts, oontact Lieut.
at the The second game was quite the ,: more of you folks there this coming I 593 to Malnside Mat alter
perfect dy plate. I I when have the I Comdr X J, Rubino extension ; or report
I J opposite. however, and your club Thursday we 1300.
i team turned In an overwhelming Dolly Sisters with Betty Grable
Next week, on Wednesday. theteam victory of 11 to 0. The boys got I I A vote of thanks to Manager )IAL SIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, looated in
meets the strong Operationsteam behind Chief Crews, whose brilliant Sullivan for the spten1Jld work that I the South wing of Building No. 955, la open to NAS personnel Sad t
on Mason Field, Game time and steady pitching led the I he has done for the club. His efforts their guests from 1000 to 2200 dally Available for wedding reception
U 1A1O" so try and make it your way. In giving credit where creditis are really appreciated:: I I by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-
business to see it. On Friday, due we wish to take this opportunity Chief and Mrs E B. Willis had nograph available for use of all hands.
May 1, we play Malnmde .Personnel to thank Manager Chism as their guests at the CPO Club I LIBRARY-Located on second d-cX.; of Malnslde Recreation Build
I. They certainly should have a for his untiring efforts and for the Sunday evening ),(r. and Mrs. John ing No 3, Open from 0900 to 31<>O Monday through Friday. Saturday 1
-' good team' This game will be played I, many hour he spent getting us our I Turner and Miss Lind ey. I I from 1100 to 1830 Sunday from 1200 to 2100. I
at 193O, also, on the diamond WllHIINO-lO'utdCt pools i Daily Monday
uniforms. We want to thank you few folks through Saturday
r at the corner of Albemarto and Fishing wasn't so good for Chief who have been contributing little I I 000 to 1900: Sunday -120Q to 1900
r Musttn Road Transportation can Hammer Chief Myer. Chief bits of information for this column. I GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset dally. Saturday'and Sunday -
be arranged for all hands. I Schlaefke, and Doris Goodman last Once again, we'll ask you to kindly I I from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House Bathing
Sunday afternoon, but the water drop all matters of interest in the.I trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
Now comes the biggest surpriseof wa wet. Seems that Chief Myer I little black box: intalled on the bulletin ANCHOR.4GE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
the year. Brace yourself! Becalm was standing up In the stern of a board in the Bar II ooxds and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Locatedouth of Mason
The chiefs have decided to ; __ -------- I Field
get up a Softball team and trounce I I4t This lucky guy will be announced I TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training
the whitehats G-man Barbarickwill i then and he'll pick his queen- from i Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Must. HI and
do the hurling and promises : the girls present. And Wit DO I' Yorktown Roads).
a no-hitter The rest of the teamis mean queen'' That tonight at \.RClltItY-Club: located in Bldg. 899, open daily from 1800
still a little in doubt but will 1930 in the Recreation Hall. to 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
come around Game time will be F lJ. Y-5 Everyone welcome
called whenever the chiefs are Just to remind you-here's :i i fS : unstUSponsore by the Navy Wives Club In Bldg 1101. r
ready I brief look at the rules now gov- I Mondays and Fridajs-0800 to 1200, Tuesdays-1300 to 2100, Wednes
eining the checking out of bicycle days-0800 to 1800: Thursday-1300 to 1800; Saturdays--0900 to 0100
What gets Bill Heyer so excited : :*< Number one Bicycle By SKIPPER EDGE, SpS)2c( ) (Sunday Rates--( hourly ) 20 cents for one child 25 cents for two or i
about noon chow every day* Couldit are checked out only at 0900 1100, This week the never-ending parade I more, (monthly. $6 for one (child $7 for two or more '
be what he escorts!!! to the Mess I 130O: 1500 and ALL mu t be ro to the hospital for separationis
Hall We wonder if one person :I turned by 1700. They may not betaken going at top speed. The girls U1IKRE: TO GO ASHORE 1

on this Compound wasn't a from the station. Becauseof who have made the trip for discharge II USO Armed Service Center 122 West FoMyth Street. Lounge
alight-of-hand artist before Joining : the demand for the six I Sammy Davis Jan
!great are open 0800-2100= ; dormitory open 24 hours a day-with showers, .shaving
the Navy At least he can sure : bicycles-on hand use! of them is 'I' Boyle, Minerva Brooke Mina Du'rning I facilities: ets:
past ashtrays during inspections i I limited to patients only. Sorry Doris Dyal.. Florinda Nelson, I III }
Oh, my aching teeth I staff Everybody is responsible for I II Phyllis Hays, Julia Steele Moore. I I -- ------ -- .;

returning bicycles and for reporting Loi Davis Irene Nagel, Irene II I Poole in pink and white Openingthe | serve for a two-week' cruise is
Flashy-Boy Bell, one of the on the condition If something ,1 :Mllman Betty Gillenwater. Olgi gifts she acquired the nam I Lucy Mae Kno. AMMlc. HIM RI'!-
night crew who is often seen !1 goes wrong. If you fall to help us I Petrovitz and Kay James AlcedoI I |I serve is great, eh. Knot Glad to .
Slow-Motion". That OK PetShe
sporting that high-powered cigar i stick by these rules, we'll have to I II Ruptured Ducks" are visible in of I have you a tJlJlI rd. Smooth wtihng ..,
ette holder around, must have agavial say "thumbs down" on your next alt directions They're okay If you I received many lovely thing on your cruise!
detail of escorting the fair I I request We hope that this will I like them that a new bride can use. and anew Late reminder Let's: get th trolling
Sea from Dependents' to Corn mia- | help us keep* them in good condi- No doubt most of you remember I bride' she will be on Saturday tennis! gait!II
Good detail if can get situation of last 3 May. at 0< :-JO. Wedding details .-
aary you I lion and avoid the Irene "Holly" Milman, CY, who r
it. Eddie Lackner, alias John. week when all six were in repair worked at 7th ND Personnel Office I next week.Among I
.y in the Clouds, has quite a bit at one sitting 'Holly" is at the Naval Hospital I the: guest were N P. OutdoorChMifliMt
of trouble with his model l airplane, here and is being! transferredto Reid. P. Pool. Ann Kootolnik' Betty .
or tMvent you heard "Smiling There'll be some good singingin ; I. the! Brooklyn Naval Hospitalfor Rucker Marie Dewiond. "I.in- I ( *)! front rage 1))
Jack" Witt tOO Eddie: have been the Rec Hall tomorrow night s ) treatment Good hick "Holly," I dy" Lindgrm Peaches" Avery. vided at the pool before entering V>
buildrn. their flying machine on if you're one who likes to "hoot'n and a quick recovery. Barbara Wright Christi DeRoach I and upon leaving the poole .
their off-time and expect to give holler" be sure to* put In an appearance Big surprise'! Eloise Petty was I Betty KennMon. Ruth LeVere. ( > There shall tM mi rnnHi *g 1
it a trial flight soon Herds hoplHj If your family or your one surprised gal when' on Thursday I Butch Glover Jennie Peacock on the pool deck or MI the I-rl vl
it works It will be a relief shipmates throw things at you seining, she was escorted f., I Harriet Primmer Iva Mi Lean. area.
to the upper north crew. when you lift your voice in song, the WAVES Club and found most I I Mint Sheehy M. Lewis. Helen{ iti. Only one man 4tt the time
Gu< *f who's on night duty. Wheat- here's your chance to give vent to of her friends gathered for a shower I I i Krause, "B<) >gie" Bogert. "Qu... 'I shall b! on a diving board
land, the lady killer What cou.dt your Cro'rby-Sinatra-Como; instinct Not the liquid kind. At the time nie" Queenen Jeannie Payne, Lillian I lg) All dtvmg snail be straight
i1 hue these women go for in that *. Nobody stop you here of Pet's entrance she was speechless I Steinke. Ruth Dotaon. Fran ahead I '
boy, the A-1: personality* No it I so wet your whistle., and come over so the radio was turned on Free Margaret Lewellyn. Nell La- I I ih' All !swimmers ahitH stay!
must be the mustache he so awl the Softball manager '"LindLindgnn /" gow, Vivian Belt. Herm' Rump clear of the area below' the diving
I. .. proudly wear: below his nose Tuesday next it* the "Tllk .Me- and your reporter proceeded I Margaret Jones, Winnie Jones Lucille I board 1
Out.TooThe-BaIl.Oame" night, so to give out with views on Thompson, Eleanor Foley i (i) No glass or bottles MAn be i
Whos; to be King of the May?' sw your Rent Crom recreation girls' Softball in Jax By the end Betty O'Kane, Ellen Jurd, Rita !. permitted on the pool deck or in
,;Ton don't have much longer to worker if you'd like m chance to of the 15 minute broadcast Pet Patten, Jan Boyle, Sammie Davis, the pool area )
wonder about this morethaiisixtyfourdollar yell at the! umpire sOot root for was partially recovered) and was Wilma Boehm, ami Ruth Gill Best' ; (0)) No eating or smoking shall.
question Just con** your team. The Jag Club fa doing able to- speak. She then discovered wishes to you Pet See you at the be allowed on tM pA deck.
over to the Rec Hall tonight and I r tine' as far, and always gives ago a. wheelbarrow loaded with gifts church. I (fkJ No one may enter the pool
take part m the May Day Frvhe. I tel eYet mg' performance: beautifully: decorated by Phyllis Coming aboard iythe\ Naval Re- when the pouln securedl .. I

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:i: \ J" >i f\ij\Y.tlf5 I Letters To The A TOUGH LIFE By Sleeves
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Editorial Office Dear Editor: f; PRODUCTION

South Wing Lower Deck BUlg. 930Telephone After reading in your A

Extension 8181 things which are offered to the

Arthur M, Greene, Editor sonnel at NAS Jax, I. have HOURS .

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the clusion that we are not getting

U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Florida at no nearly as soon as we used to.
IRC
expense to the government and in compliance with me why? i Any mi ,
SecNav Circular Letter 4 -::526. 28 May 1045. Copies
are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air I realize that there are more

Station the Naval Air Technical Training Center into the laundry each week, but
.. the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Train- shouldn't slow it up that much. .

ing Command, Headquarters of the Seventh Naval tive Officer wants us to wear ".
District, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, : '
the Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval 1630 arid on some of our jobs /
,
Hospital. he doesn't want us to wear

Real Admiral Ralph Davlson. Well, I am only a seaman .. ,
Commandant, :Seventh: Naval Llutrict
Chief: .f Naval Air Advanced Training have the money ,to buy a set I

each day. I can't quite see that
Captain Howard V. llopkins. USN, CommandingNaval i
Air Technical raining Center I'm not exactly complaining 2' '

like to get my whites back a lot
Captain Anthony ft. Brady, USN. Commanding
Jacksonville Naval Air Station I do right now. I am not the

thinks of it this way. There are '
Ceptaln Robert U. Gillett (MC), USN. Commanding
0. S. Naval tiokpitali other thousand lads who think / /

Captain F. W. Pmsunan-USNR. Commanding Thanks,
I Naval Air Reserve Training Unit George

,I Lt. CoJ. T. C. Moor-. Jr.. USMC, Commanding! Supply =-

Marine Barrack .
-

Cow Jr. Jul. .Schumacner-, USN. Commanding HELICOrTER
Naval Air Gunnery Range RESCUES

l Conulr. Frederick J.-Brush. USN.:/ CommandintNaval (SEA)-Demonstrating the

Auxiliary Air Station iecu heldCapt. i ue of a helicopter, a Sikorsky I

\ Alexander-M. Hearn.. USMC of the plane, operating from the Commercial i 1le

1 Marine Aviation Ucwchmembc lin D. Roosevelt (CVB- )

JAI AIR NEWS receive Ship' Editorial Association ma cent fleet exercises, rescued six [ Bulletin
term publication of credited matter prohibited without
perwissKm of SEA. Washington 2i. D. C. Republication 01 any men from the water in 10 days tins will be accepted until
other matter, except by service publication I it prohibitedwithout I
operations southeast of Bermuda.The later
permission, of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. has been filled but no
\ operation of the ,I Tuesday. Ext.: 8:30. I

.. first time such an aircraft has FOR SALE

The SaluteSalute. rescue operations from a carrier. I motorcycle, Ext. 820. Howell
I in good condition. Owner
helicopters were operated by leave town. lan be seen at Davis' EINSTEIN HIS LIFE AND

Webster defines the word as fol- the Antarctic expedition. ; Camp.:ambassador M. J. Poole 8. )Ext.phone 53$.2-5410.Major TIMES is a fine appreciation of the

lows: A mark of military respect shown by -*- great scientist written by his close
friend and
prominent
house in Tlmuquana Manor colleague.
raising the hand to the cap or by holding .* from NAS. Owner must leave Philipp Frank. The author give
Newly; redecorated *creene<{
a rifle or sword in a prescribed position ; a electric stove circulating. heater, an intimate picture of his friend'slife
from childhood to world fame
lifetime roof tile bath shower
salvo! of cannon or dipping of the flag aboard in. and beautiful neighborhood. and gives a simple explanation cf
110. Considerably under market
ship in honor of guests of high rank of shipsof ( U5tS.! down payment 11120. 4JJO his contributions to the progress
oncLVieuos Ave., T. J. Diuley. of modern science, especially his
another Navy. .Tfeuxs Seaskiff with Brigga-Strstton theory of relativity an his pioneering -
engine, fully equipped and in
Let's concern ourselves with the first i See M. R. Williams, AftR ideas in the field of atomic phy
I Division. Bid*. JOI-USO. sics. In addition, he tells of Ein
pTirt of the definition, a mark of military camera with case. Very reason stein's wide travels, various activities
ext. 851.
respect. Nothing gives a better indication of beauty shop. Will sell for sacrifice and his political and religious
This article is about prayer", Phone 2541 Orange Park. Irene convictions.
of discipline than the observance Shop. Irene Bennett
the state
the conventional sense. We. home on large lot in Lafceshore. THE HISTORY OF JAPAN by
of forms of military respect. The salute has cerned with formal petitions ; : k from school. Three, bedroom, Kenneth Scott Latourette is an excellent
hot water heater electric stove,
been a form of military courtesy that has of words used, with matters of Stevenson.'r,1"5 heater. 4721: Dundee Dr. Phone written summary of Japanese his
Chief Jarrtll. tory by a well-known Oriental
been strictly and conscientiously observed by standing, and the like. We are end table, sofa bed table, scholar. While it is based
who follow the cerned with the chain $25: large mirror I*. the
men of every nationality profession I underlying $S. J. J. Hartnett, 3 32B Ir-' upon author's THE DEVELOPMENT -
of arms. In regard to personal salutes -I mold our life-our dominant .. Dewey Park. OF JAPAN, originally
of furniture. '90. Will sell all published in 1918, it is completely
an enlisted man salutes an officer, who, work and play, the.real reasons J. W. Purtee. 1241A Hancock rewritten and takes into account

in turn, returns the salute as an acknowl tions, the secret ambitions we Ext.electric 794. stove. In excellent the results of recent research,

edgement of the respect shown. In the' same no one knows but ourself. These ,Ave.condition., 'r. J. Dailey.Will sell cheap. 4550 bringing the story up to date. This

manner, a junior officer salutes a senior offi- and fundamental desires are bedroom suit. St5.! Mr. Steven, is a good book for those who wish
: Blair Ave.. Dewey Park. a dependable account of the his
A salute be interpreted as too bit much the
cer. military can II every as as are $5; chest of drawer. J15. torical background of modern is-
another way of saying hello. A word or two words which we utter when we 31I1B Barr ft.. Dewey Park.
five-piece e-lnette suite, steel
<
is generally said between the enlisted man is not a matter of pious springs. cotUm mattress, four- pan.An excellent historical novel

and officer while salutes are being ex prayers are our basic urges, our and chest coffee unpainted table, ISO.vanity!Sisslons, end, I JED BLAINE'S WOMAN tells of

changed. designs on life. Dewey Park Annex the colorful days during the gold
kitchen and bedroom furni- rush in California. The author,
There are some men who deliberately fail This being so, what are some Barr St., Dewey Park. R. C. knowl-
Evelyn Wells has a vast
to salute an officer and then, when called to plications of this idea. It ( and bathinette. 144JB edge of the history of California

account, rely upon some excuse about their thing, that everyone prays $t.. and NAS.four Chief chairs.Hacker.Chief Wheat, and in this book vividly presentsthe

not having seen him or something equally be religious or irreligious, Row Housing, Dewey Park Annex history and excitement of the
kitchen set, large utility gold rush the Comstock Lode the
,
Christian
Jew Moslem
foolish. To salute another person in the naval or or odd (china pots and pan, piano, Vigilante Law well the dra-
is because all have sleeper chair plastic coffee table, as as
so men
is in of humility
service no way a sign or bed and mattress, bedroom matic story of the adventurousJed
an admission of individual inferiority. A sa- aims and desires which guide .. throw NAS. rug. Cline UClA Ran Blaine and Ketsey the wom-

Jute to an officer shows respect in the same and are responsible for the bedroom suites complete with an he loved.
would show respect to the flag. they make. These aims and these and mattress. Mr. Overstreet THINK OF DEATH, the first
way you Adams St. Phone 2-1893. mystery by Frances and Richard
Reprinted front The Key Ouipoit). their prayers. and end pnd. Excellent con Lockridge from which Mr. and
Lt. Davis, ext. 794.
:
Not is it true that
*
-. only walnut bedroom suite, vanity Mrs. North are absent, is a good
we pray all the time. It is not a .large chest of drawer. 214 I romantic novel as well as a mys-
Ave., Wesconnett.
Considers MoraleWith many minutes a day, or of a J. E. tery. Murder in Greenwich Vil-
Navy of time. Our whole life is a set, net two Wilson racket lage involving a mystery writer.
Norman St.,
Dewey Park. Ext.
assorted residents and the
.. village ,
morale of Fleet personnel the and awake
as night, asleep we pet rabbit Ext. 341, Chief inevitable cops, is the subject of
major motivating factor, the Navy will con- Consequently, we pray in our THE UNWELCOME CORPSE by

centrate its Atlantic Fleet operations_ _in_ two as well as in our best hours. We $30., laving Phone hen 2-4742.and Bob gobbler Alvls.for Barbara Frost.

I East Coast areas, AdmiralV.. H. P. Blandy, in prayer when we feel virtuous with McLeod.case. A-l condition. $45.: 4404 Crescent St. Phone 2-8945 or eat. ff

USN, CincLant, announced. These two areas ble and penitent. But we go to )'. sedan Need work. 1150. I\l.l.! :
Will share aix furnished house with
I Bk 67. NATTC. -rooen
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are Norfolk, Va., and Newport, R. I. prayer when we are greedy, or finished double bed. A-l springs refined working couple. No children.
hateful vengeful. I ..... Will deliver to buyer. $10. Near NAS. One block off bu l lill.> .> Mr.
The selected areas were chosen, also, witha or St. Mr. Kelly or R. L. McKean. C. Adams, ext. 755.
view to economy of service, type trainingand Furthermore, many of our Ext. 8263. York. WANTED
sedan Excellent condition. Baby bed and high chair. Phone 2.U It.O"loUe. ,
operating base facilities. But moralewas prayers are not prayers at all. .n 400SC Dewey Park Annex. .
the most for the cause we do not desire them. In a beautiful U kt. gold set- Two or three room apartment, furnished or
important reason action '
? j75'witi sell tor :" Ejt- unfurnished. Contact Shelton, PAL.
and a CincLantFlt letter explained that whole point : prayer is dominant Hurracks.
bar 1013 Barln St., NAS. Chief MISCELLANEOUS
l there is no use in praying .
"Fleet personnel are entitled to spend a reasonable Dressmaking and alteration for women
it than anything else. If suit of clothe, jrrty tropical NAS. Mr*.
k proportion of their liberty hours at more we Site 38. Contact R. E. R,pch- and Watson.children. 1010 Barin St.

home. There can be no sense of permanency rule, we shall stop praying for ,. 123 Shop 1224.
which are not worth the cost of FOR RENT
or security until ships can be operated .
habitually from the same port while in the ing, And we shall center the Mrs.. Men Harris.only. Reasonable Phone i Jlj n o g fru'i-t'fJ, : (,

I United States." it belongs-on what we are kitchen privilege in private
ar NAS bus line. Phone 2-4366
The concentration of operation in the we want, rather than on the Near Embry.NAS bus line, close At the Statlen Chapel, UIrminghaasRead
f words of to
and Mnitia AveasePr.testas4
i two areas, combined with final reassignmentof prayer. ,. Johnson. Phone Z- 35C .fter-

ships to home ports and home yards, provides 0 God, today corner room, two double 1 0930 NATTC.Service: .Chaplain W. K.
officers and enlisted men of the Fleet 1 cannot with connecting bath or one Stevenson.0930Sunday
t 1 pray room and private bath. On bus : School. Small Chapel.
t with definite knowledge as to the best locality J cannot say, nlent. to NAS. Ladies or pen- Chaplain W. R. Stevenson.
"Our Fath I Phone 2-8375, J. W. Reedy. 8347 1045-General Worship ServiceChap
in which to settle their families during I ., Riverside. lain V. L. Albert.
t,. airy' sleeping. room facing Calh.lU .tJ
their tour of sea duty. J do nor need a greater pral River. Hultable for business 0700-Mass.

It was recognized that housing in New- 1 need a greater ,oul.o or working daily rite girls. Maid and service.a couple.Pri 0900 1100--Mas Mas**..

port and Norfolk is at a premium, but district Swimming and boating. An Outdoor Nursery for antall *bndren -
Plod, another day w 4667 Ortega Blvd Phon 2- U maintained between .900
I housing officers are actively searchingfor I'll pr.ly"Our ; *. Arobta. and 1200.J ,0
with private bath In Murray wlsh Rellgl si* SerrU* MiFslUwsklp
for and encouraging .
housing dependents Father eke te bu* line and res. Hear

housing development} program '.. Chaplain William' B. *>Gentlemen. $12 .le bl rl.working 0. L. Michel tooplc,, 1MO- Way: In the mall Cba t'l.Page .







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EXAMINERS WORK ... ... .._., ? ._. ,
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A&R Engine Overhaul-by Carl W. ., .

..... Player. -What happens._when: the 4PtJi y".' .y
irresistible force meets the immovable "
We are to hear of H. '. '":
'L object? Why, the Irresistible sorry Ben- ,
nett'a heart attack last
1
loses of Thursday. ,
force course. At least in
one case we know of Frank Alon- Hope you will soon be able to
come back to work
Pop
I zo Valdes is the irresistible force
Bill
Myrick, supervisor of shop
of and
we speak the immovable
470, celebrated his
birthday April
,if object-the recent Planner and 21st.
'\ Estimator examination (section
'. 4), Yeah, we lost that battle, too. Shop 475: extends a welcome to
r. But we have lots of consolation in its new employee, Joe Talone. Joe,
the thought that we, have plenty of we hope you will enjoy your workin
our division.
company. We are sorry to hear that TheU
There Is no time like the -
present
ma Thomas has been out sick. Wa
to welcome the new apprentice
wish her a very speedy recovery
j boys who have recently come into Structures Division-by Lathetls ,
I' this division to learn their trade.
S.
Gunter-Structures Division regrets
f We are glad to have you fellows, the coming loss of a number -I WY
and wish all the best f
we you ) of enlisted men who have
luck and success in your chosen been with us so long. We had almost -

field. forgotten they were Navy -
:;" .'"rom our personal experiencesas men and would some day shove i '

an apprentice at NAS Norfolka off. We refer to fellows like Chief {

few years ago, we would like to Stone, Walton, Shoemaker, WllUs DESCRIPTIONS OF EXPERIENCE filed in the examinations for trades here at NAS are reviewed
let you new fellows in on what is and others-all good fellows and graded by the panel members of the local board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners. The panel mem-
expected of you when you are as- and outstanding workers. The entire bers are qualified journeymen In the various trades. Shown above are O. S. Fouraker and Sample '
O a signed a task. You are supposedto division will miss them. Sutton reviewing the examination papers in the helper category while G. E. Barker, left, reviewing I
do all the work, take the blame Pop Turbeville is back after a clerk, checks the forms to be sure they are completely filled out. Applicants can expedite the work of the ;
for all mistakes, and furnish all short illness. We welcome him examiners by carefully completing the examination forms.

the chewing tobacco. Oh, yes, you back and hope he stays well. Takeit -- -
all the cokes too. But don't
buy .
easy, Pop.Leadingman

./ in be dismayed.about four Your years.turn will come minor operation Jenkins, but he is out expectsto fora !Ttjppiy Blue Cross And Blue Shield

Have noticed the similarity
you be back next week.

:::1 between the CPO the Club Carburetor lately? On Shop a recent and and Structures Fabric ,Divisions Metals, get Machines Mickey, SALLIES Plans Make Headway At NASThe

pot check, we counted eight chiefs
Reese back foreman next week.
as
who are assigned to this shop. We .; Blue Cross and Blue Shield Medical
don't know how many were on Bill Ruby shop 306, has the Hospitalization
. leave or getting haircuts.J. sympathy of the entire division.We '* plans are meeting with success in the Assembly and Repair i

V. Slade and his Bearing Shop I regret to hear of the recent By CLARA E. SPEER Department, and requests from other Departments for in-
personnel finally moved into their death of his infant daughter.We .
has of formation indicate employees' interest in the plans, accordingto
Fiscal Group a composer
new location last week. They likedit are all looking forward to
in the Employee's Service Section of Industrial Relations.The .
verse as well as a good singer
so well that they all celebratedby seeing Mary Manning back at
having lunch together last Fri- work again. Hope it will be soon. the person of Charles K. Pait. plans were recommended to all employees at NAS

day. And what a spread of chow I R. W. Smythe is the proud papaof One of his latest compositions, after an extensive study of other
they had. From what we hear, it I a baby girl, born April 23. "Heart's Desire" has been set to I: available plans by its Board of DI- .

c was really a banquet. They might It seems as though a certain music and copyrighted! INSIDE rectors, Employees' Associationfor
have tendered this writer an invitation red-headed sailor is that Charlie hopes to get this song Civil Service Employees.The .

- i but the capacity of my about a little lady in shop 304.way We before the public in order to getit PUBLIC WORKSBy Florida Hospital Association -
.t appetite must have been my down- do wish Martha and Don would published, and has been plug sponsor of the plans, is a
fall. cut us in on the dope. ging it in every possible way. It is MARY RODGERS non-profit organization. Their program -
difficult to popularize a new song, offers more protection at
Cuess people know that I
you
Public
C. S. (Curly) Wemp,
Shop 304 wishes Mrs. Rio a
Charlie Hart flew up to Norfolk and we wish him the best of luck. lower cost than other comparable
left
Works locksmith Wednesdayfor
'. and back on Government businessa speedy recovery. She entered the Arthur E. Stringer, Jr. (Stock Dallas Texas, to attend the plans. Groups anticipating enrollment
hospital for a major operation.We ,
few days ago. He also flew to Control) was married April 20thin of his son, Clifford in the plans must obtain at
understand Reynolds and Branford Fla. to Thelma Town- graduation least 60 cent participation of
San Diego and back recently. At per
Jr. from Dallas Theo-
Pop Dupont are the proud ownersof Sumpter, ,
,I the rate he's going, he'll have send. It was a beautiful weddingin the employees in their particular
Seminary on :May 6 and
five small hounds, thatis. logical
pups
the Church. They spent
hours in the air to Baptist group.
enough qualify Zim-
to Miss Celeste
Wonder if they will be able to his wedding
as co-pilot before long.Engineering their honeymoon in Juniper Some of the more frequentlyasked
the 8th. The Wempsare
r Dh-Islon-by Fred trail a deer? Springs, Fla., and will reside in an merman on to of the questions about this Hospitalization J
see
planning many
Structures Division would like apartment on Mayflower Street. plan, with brief answers .I
}c; Cljne-We'll have to mention the West's points of interest, including
fact that a few people from engineering to welcome Lt. (jg) Gimbert. Dwight Vernam (Delivery) spenta Caverns before they return are listed below: :I
Personnel & AdministrationbyDot week-end in St. Carlsbad Is there tod f j
f.. were awarded five year recent fishing to Florida. Q. any waiting per
pins, namely Jim Sawyer, Earl Dickson We are happy to Augustine, and caught 41 whiting Joe Sistrunk Is so-o-o disap- A. Other than maternity (10 )
Pardue, Louie St. Petery, Libbya see Arthur Powers back after a Cleo Peterman (Stock Control) beat him months) or tonsil or adenald conditions t
'cause somebody
r Boyett, Gloria Psota, Charlie Ol- long sick spell. Hope you continueto also went fishing last week-end at pointed to that in Cuba. He he ((3 moths), benefits are t
den, and Higgy Higginbothem. improve, Powers. Salt Pit, and in about two and a reckons now job he'll just have says to stay available from effective l

Wonder what the next five years The Time Section had a wiener half hours, the party of four here in Jax and continue to go to date of contract. Red tape U
i have in store for us? roast last Friday, and we under caught 145 trout. They were beau- the Poor Joe! eliminated. When the doctor sends
I about 10 inches. dogs. to the hospital, merely present
stand everyone tried to outbarkthe ties, averaging you
Clarence Lamb will be back i Notes from my scratch pad .
other. However, everyone hada Want to know where Salt Pit is? I your membership card. Xo need t.
from his vacation by the time this' Walker Crevasse was having quitea
time.It It's out the New Berlin Road. If notify anyone but the hospital.Q. .
grand
+ is in print. The well-known "LambJunior" lot of trouble seeing the time
much M
catch the and the tide How maternity care
moon
have
that
we quite a you
seems
"d who took over while he cards Monday. Reason? He prac-
I few proud in our section and, just right, we understand the trout included
papas
'J'! to have him at
was is glad blinded himself staring
: away tically
. of thinks his will continue biting well about two A. The nile Is entitled to 10 days
1 back, too. What did you do be- coursnch one pap- the bathing beauties on the beach for condition ofpregnancy
hospital care
oose half more glamour than the more weeks. any
sides wash baby diapers while you Sunday. He admits having stayed after 10 full month
were home, Clarence? others. Let's have a baby parade The Shlppng- Section regret the down there all afternoon without continuous enrollment
't There isn't much to say about and see for ourselves.We resignation of Femer Y. Touchtonwho ever seeing the ocean It cam membership. on and family circumcision
I Nursery care -
are losing Chief Nagel this has taken a position in the
I' the "Mad House" this week. Tra- to me pretty straight that there's for the new-born Infantare
;, week. Lrene is going to take on Post Office Department.Millie .
cy was running around blowing a suit being filed in civil court also included.Q. .
_, out the fire in his ozaloid machine, civilian and married life all at : Shaffer (Correspondence) against Pete Capps for writing under How much care for tonnlhc.tomyl .
: when it caught fire recently. once. Irene was showered with wishes to take this medium of ex- a false name Don't know

,;;. The two "Pros", Jack Silver and some lovely gifts. A few tears, pressing her thanks to her many why a certain supervisor in Main- A. Hospital care up to 24 hour
Buz Gamache, are still trying to laughter, and grins could be seen friends in Supply for the lovely tenance insists on bringing bubble for children under 14 and 48 hour
determine which is the best around the crowd. Best of luck to to her. to the in the office. Mr.
1. one gifts presented gum girls for subscribers 14 years and older,
golfer. you, and hurry back. Sarah Gardiner Procurement) Griffin says there oughta be a after continuous enrollment for

Paul Carman has completed his Interim Overhaul by Frances spent last week at home putting law agin it! When :Mr. Garth three months.Q. .
work on the radar classroom. Poe-Several of our personnel received up fresh curtains and doing the (Asst. Design & Engineering Are thert any deductiona .fa
Comdr. Fischer is on leave for service pins recently. Quar- many things around the house any Supt.) had to put his Buick in the benefits
the next two weeks. Have a good terman, E. C. (Red) Everett top- woman likes to do in the springtime shop recently, he thought he A. Benefits of contract begin immediately -
time, Commander, but hurry back. ped the list with a ten-year pin. Marvin Highsmith (Pro- wouldn't be outdone, so he set out on yrur admission to a
We wonder what weight and Receiving five-year pins were G. J. curement) spent last week-end at for work in his little Model A. hospital. r
balance had to do with Walt Arnold, H. P. Williams, W. H. Tampa doing repairs around his However, on the way it went hay Q. What services are not .dUofl--
Welsch's haircut last week? Burris, F. P. Oliva, G. J. Ran- home. wire-too, so he ended vp hitchhiking ed*
.
;4 Assembly Division by l\om- dle E. J. Romig, and W. L. Scott. I . Juanita Wise was going A. The services of physicians,
; A hearty welcome is extended to We note that one of our long- around kissing the boys goodbyelast surgeons, or specialists; nor cases
the following new employees: Chief time-employees, Mildred Hall is InspectingThe Friday And while we'reon where hospital care is provided under
... A. Ricciardelli, Shop 1030; ChiefT. leaving us in May to enter the the subject, here's one on N. any Workmen's Compensationor
Newman Station 5; W. W. Mc- institution of matrimony. Good C. Farmer (Civil Engineer) Whenhe other laws of any municipality,
Cullers, AMMlc and R. W. Mc- luck Mildred! received his pin for 15: years' state, or of the United States.pretty .
Pharin, AMMlc. Mr. Arnold reports that he hada service last week, he was given a I
Our sympathy is extended to wonderful trip to Norfolk. We InspectorsBy congratulatory kiss by a certained lassie who happened to be
John L Fridell, Jr., on the death take this opportunity to wish him present at the time. He was *o
of his father. lots of luck aa he undertakes his HELEN BURNETTE to the USS LEYTE. Good luckto proud of it that he probably never

:,. We are sorry to report that there new job as group foreman of assemblies Helen Styron, chief clerk, has you, Chief. J. C. Rebik, AETM- would have washed his face wereit
; art still quite a few out ill. D. M. 1 and 2. been absent from her desk for Ic was transferred to Boca Chica not for the fact that he's a mar-

t .t: Brooks, we understand, was rush- No news of Chief Carpenterthis quite some time because of the Naval Air Station, Key West. You ried man Did you ever hear a i
ed to the hospital for an appen- week. What's going to happen critical illness of her mother who aren't going to let this interfere fish tale to beat this one? Hugh

lcctory. Alma Lane, Shop 1030, is 'resides in North Carolina. We sin with your romance are you, Joe? Dent and J. Woodrum were 9
Mil! out ill. We hope you will soon \Ve welcome E. C. Everett to cerely hope your mother's health We welcome two newcomers this jigger fishing at Tuseawilla Lake
tit! buck with us, Alma. Artie the Division Office. He is takingover improves and that you can soon past week: R. G. Sanders, AETMis one night recently when all of a ,
"''''Ilk I fa+' getting along nicely we Mr. Arnold's duties as senior return to work, Mrs. Styron. and J. T. Wright, AETM3c, sudden, Woody felt a tug on his
underrtand. civilian supervisor. I D. F. Schoen, ACMM: handed and we hope they will enjoy work- line. He tightened his grip and x
'I'htl other day I thought my Accessories Dh'Islon-by Dorothy out the cigars last week. He and ing with us. began to pull his catch in. And

i "Y" wri" deceiving me for there M. Williamson-We are gladto I the Mrs. are now the proud parents Cupid is still at work in our do you know what it was? Nope,
wan Mi llnuptmann throwing a see W. C. Vaughn and A. Wol- I of a little baby girl, Carol midst. You knew that Mary Car- you're wrong; it was only a hoot

v. l .... I little aa"I tgrt across the deck. My htz back to work again and know I Ann. Congratulations to this hap- michael Sp3c, in the A & R Laboratory owl But if you really want to
f:' 'I; rtutuatty' '' (jot, the beat of me and they are very proud of their little py couple.All and our own R. A. Duvall, hear one, listen to this. (People
I ,lirttl, |III corner Mr. Hauptmann the excitement and "hub ARMlc, are planning to prove the up in Northwest Florida where we
unit t ask !him If he had taken up sons.We know Smitty is glad to be bub" In the department recentlywas old adege that "two can live as come from are prone to tell some

III'\ tnnif. However, it was back after his trip North, and merely the chiefs looking over cheaply as one." Sara and Joe big ones about their fishing feats
nnolltrr' lltncflciul Suggestion he we're sure glad to have him back. the availability list for sea duty. haven't set the date, but Boca but this happens to be an actual

was, clt"lI\lulltratUng\ t and we under- We hate to lose Mary Brown From the looks of things, the department Chica isn't too far away, and Sara fact). A 14-year-old girl caught
".... alan' I lids. .. oiulit, really a dilly. and Frank Gouchnour from our will be hit hard as quitea has been inquiring as to the cli- 109 fish in one afternoon In A
... (loot I link I shop but wish them. luck on their number of our men are on the mate, etc. Could be! mere pond after the recent rainy
Metal, I IMvMon' by Bobby new Jobs. list.And "Big Steve," when ve say beat season-and that's no fish talel
ttl'rltllt| arnica to be the time for Mallie Fountain has recovered did you see that sharp look- the dogs, we don't mean get a stick Congratulations to Mr. Merit
\ from her illness and is back at ing haircut J. Ross had last week? and beat them, or didh't you know. Crumley, head of Mechanical Unit,
IJ;extend work. The department lost two members You merely .go out to the dog who has just become a grandfaUuujL

wliihnM to II, llftwklna shop 475) We miss Chief Herbie's smile this past week: R. A. Mach- track, select a doggie and bet some Speaking of babies, E. %
who WUH married on April 5th At and we hpp he vyill'( soot be well alinoki, ACETM, who was transferred cash on him or her to win, place, Manley (Design) is the proud parr

r I '. OMlt\nlA, N. C. and back at work: for sea duty, will be assign- or nhow. Sucker! ra of a baby girl born lastb week



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t t",, JAX AIR NEWS t SPRUCING UPA .. _.__
new ootJ
RIAVAL !SIR TECHWICrU: TRAINING COTTER a a y

C.pt.ht' H

Commit i...."taumemlina Robert P, Bach" USN West of the Mississippi,
Rio Grande to the Canadian
lea, lies a land of adventure
IA. nwnan.lr J. W. Willi..-, USN you can forget your -
PuMi Iitfmritmtion UffMwr. share the colorful and
Adrimr to Jan Air NwRITtorUI i
lives of the men who
I Offl.. tar NATTC 9-rHon, Room 197 ant IIS. West. You will see the Old
Atiminutrathm" BtiiMin* S W-A. Tef. Kit. %04.E aa it really waa jam-packed

:. Arthur T. K.hewmikotle, SU A land where cowboys
rustlers, and bandit ride

Robert N"rit J. WMin, SU where great herds of
still roam the range .
All Ph to ri>)i* arc otfiolal U. S. Nary. PhntmtrnpH. m .t* hj MAS cactus and tumbleweed ar-
Ph Lab and Av. rued.khrul Photo Lab unlrw' otb" .rwim ert t...i. i i the scenery. where

fast and violent and .i
quick on the draw! You can j
I this land where a sure aim _
tj man's best life insurance if _
j choose one of the new t
the
library.

You'll meet chractera
I than rawhide in '

i I Elaine HOOFS, Tension by William mounts as -

WHAT TO DO! WHERE TO 00/ Webb recently escaped H. : -
Yuma Penitentiary, takes
chances to clear his name

MOVIE murder charge and avenge 0)3M
SCHEDULE ther' death 13

Will Ermine's OUTLAW P.
NIITTC'l'IIVRSD.A HORSEBACK tells how -

Iarr, deputy U. S. Marshal s
GEL AND THE BADMAN, with John Wayne .
and G-iil Russell Shows at 1815 and 2015. I relentless man hunter rou BUU3II STROKE HKRK and another there, changes the exterior -
the last of the formidable
KID\Y AND SA1'UJtD.-\Y-CARNIVAL IN COSTA RICA, starring I of the NATTC Barracks, School and Office buildings: from a.
of old-time
bandits. Mart
Dick: Haymes Celeste Holmes and Caesar. Romero* Shows at 1815 : '' drab grey to an attractive green. In the photo above are pictured two
for
and 2->15 (on Friday. Shows at HOt. ISO and 2000 on Saturday. I took pared anything, but of the many painters a* they go about their task of dressing up the
turn that he could
.. HUM>.*Y-HIT PARADE OF 1947 with Eddie Albert and Con- a XATTC Building In new spring attire. .
1 have anticipated when his J! ..
Uac- Moore. --- --
Shows at 1400. 1800 and 2000 '
off with Outlaw .
MONDAY AND .$ .\ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND Morgan
faced the hardest
with Tyrone Power, Alice Faye and Don Ameche1, Shows at 1915 and '
1 1015. I'I smashing hia career and and the L..THIW0RD.
action-packed
w'USr.JSD.-\Y-TARZAN AND THE HUNTRESS John-
starring: RENEGADE RANGE U .
MIT Wfijmueller: and Brenda Joyce Shows at 1S13 and 2015. I

TmrRl>AY FEAR IN THE NIGHT with Paul Kelly and Kay turned rapid-fire bitter atory enemies of two over a L [ FROM AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL
Skwtt Shows at 1815 and 2015.Yellow.
i and a girl. Action '
( trigue stip>ene Class 32 graduated this week. The two high men.were

WaterTHURSDAY make this the find of I Sobey, John W., with'a" final mark of 87.80 anti McDougall,

-NO SHOW. lively tale that has put Tom George; H., with a final mark of 8-1.80.

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-BLAZE! OF, NOON with Anna Baxter In the front rank of Western Sobey, J. W., who hails from 123 past :Maple Street, San

William Holden and William BendtxHUNIHY ers.EMPTY SADDLES by Al Antonio, Texas, had this comment to make about the school :
ANGEL AND THE BADMAN with John and
Wayne
hail Russell< DOUBLE CROSS TRAIL by "I am _very happy .with my future assignment to AETM

; MONDAY AND TUJoSUAY-CARNIVAL IN COSTA RICA with Halleran, DEAD END I I School.. Having tried to get into -r ;th"izigtheo; ;;
ested i in Atomic
Dick Havme and Celeste Holme Norman Fox, and BY WAY the electronics field before as general
'' WYOMING Curtis i service, this Is bringing me to Structure.

!'. by Bishop
SF.SD.-\Y-HIT PARADE OF 1W7 with Eddie Albert and
Basic Skills welcomed aboard
7- Constance Moore. also keep Western fans ten my present goal, only a few
.
Til UU>\Y-NO SHOW.THINGS the last breath caking page. I month fate This school has helped i D. L. Martin ACMM who was for.
If you choose a Western me a great deal Moat of the merly with Chief Crocker in Seattle
sure of what you get* subjects we have had before but Wash
TO DO-ABOARD
Aviation Fundamentals, they go :, W W. Long, Chief Morrow, and
FLEETS IN-Open nihtly1131)-Z130. Bldg. :517. I hPAR into them more thoroughly. The Jim Coddington will be departingfor
Sandwiches and snack available NATTCenter Orheatra tel't method of teaching and good in i Coco Solo next Tu ** y--oh,
featured on :Monday nights. I
are a deciding factor to what nice warn summer in store
BOWLING-bix alleys in Ship' Service avail- jf the success of the school I for you!

J! afcta' to all personnel Monday through Saturday, "I hope that the fellows in ; There were a few people running
1TOO-2130. League games have priority.NA1TO S following my own realize around the office last Monday

LIBRARY Located in Auditorium. and i.,.. great opportunities are of. I morning wondering where their
Open Monday, Tuesday, 'hursday and Friday 1300 to 1 to them here, and take the desks! were located. A minor<

,( =100. Wednesday, 1230 to 2100. Saturday and SUR- The Navy's fund cutting" reatest advantage of them. The 1 change took place when Training
1240 to 2100. I I School give u* a chance
tar gram got off to a big start office moved into the office formerly
I learn what each rate has to
I occupied by Test. Test
ARM "A" School last week. ,,
ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker, ( and then decide which one 'moved to Personnel, Personnel
j big change came on Friday
) want to strike for. This keeps moved to Training, amt" ETIS
Physical Training Department, Bldg. :313. Mia Ann Johnson, Arise I
4-p .. Vance Miss Helen L. Sander, from taking what we think we moved In with Training which all
,
J TENNIS-Racquet* and bails available at Physical Mr. Millan were ," and being disappointed* la provides for utilized ap.efl and
: Training Bldg. :313. other divtotona (centralization( department
McDougall, G. H, who hails .. .
Ann went to the TOA
8 Industrial Duluth
Avenue.
\\ SWIMMING POOL, N., 1-Bldg. :518) For Nav- Jennie to the Dispensary but : Minn. had this to say about': /,1: Lj ou -Know?
r to dole out pills), Mille
*t Personnel with Guests. Children under 12 year school: "The AvFund School
are. not allowed in the pool unless accompanied by a CTO Division and :)-11'' : made me familiar with all the That the Pasteur treatment for

parent or a responsible adult. Monday thru Friday Material Bldg. 550 rates and my choice is I rabies is more than W years old?
13OO to 2045 Saturday 0900 to 2045. Sunday and For Annie Jennie, :Mr If it wasn't for this That in the 50-year history of
Holidays 1300 to 2045. and myself it's just so long to we would be in doubt as to the automobile industry, approximately .
personnel of the! AEM "A" I rate we would like to strike 2,000 makes of passenger
we'll be seen you from This School has helped me a cars have appeared on the market
1 SWIMMING POOL No. 3-(Bldg. 419) For male I day: ." .

j Naval Personnel 1 only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to We would like to express Physics department enjoyed an That the oldest known system of;
.v- ; It 1200 and 173O to 2045. Saturday 0900 to 2t>>5, Sunday I
to Comdr. for
appreciation of new blood last week examinations was one selectingcivil
f ) s J and Holidays 1300 to 2045. his kindness, support, and Wilcox, of Ideal basketball : service officers, used in Chi-
; / RECEPTION ROOM-Located in Auditorium lor will during the years we had tennis fame, was added to the na about 215 B. C
;i I NATTC Personnel, relative and guests pleasure! of working for him ster list, replacing the fine vet- That it is thought that cosmic
will try to carry into our new physicist, Hellner who enter- rays, bombarding the earth from
signments to the high the AETM Rate Shop for a spaces beyond the stars, influenceour
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE for which the AEM School of duty. Those nightly con i j plant and animal life?
I WHERE TO GO ASHORE: NCCS Club sit Church and Newnap noted. I' among the eminent phy- I That in the Fiji Island, a nativeis
.. Streets Club open daily from 1700 to 2300 Saturdays, 1200 to 2400 who congregate in barracks obhgated to hand over any object
Sundays 1000 to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturdays SCHEMEKEL and will be more elaborate in the I in his possession which a
I and Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. are also saying "so long" to I when the Mechanics, of G..- friend, or neighbor may desire? or
JACKSONVILLE:: BrACUF.s-Buses: leave at frequent intervals I Sparky School. Schemk i is I II Force and Motion and Atomic That in Louisiana the legisla-
from new bus station at Clay and Adam (sam e.* Navy). Surf bathIng I for Charlestown, Rhode Island I cture are discussed Mr. Pa- ture voted to change the muskrat's
? and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches. Bus Jenkins to Coco Solo Panama. tU might be glad to know that ,' name to marsh hare!", to make the.
fare 25c.l Ing retained as instructors i proteges are' seriously inter- animal more edible

CANOEING, FISHING, AND' HOAXING: Cedar River on San JONES Sam H., and I That Celopatra wa* in low with
l Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, U.,.. block from last top on J. of ClaM E-23 We wish fight but she was equal to'' Marc Antony, but she married her
kel and Jenkln the beat in occasion and landed brother*
them all. own
. Ban Juan. Row Boat*-two hours, SOc; canoe*-$1 per ;
future assignments AEM' ole" Jr. That travel east indefinitely .
poor
t.JJ a* never got a you can
-$:.00 per hour, Ave to aight people per
let .
VM hear from you. but you can go north only
It'* going to be hello until you reach the pole*
when we see Ch. Klec Mac Welt, this U the "Swan Song" That it i hf estimated that there
: S ; J Srvic the next time Mr Maclaaac Mille Arnpa; It's been swell, are more than two trillion tons of
UUMOTHER'S r his ea stories will be mianed Starting next week it wilt beShorty accessible coal left in tlM'priDCi-

DAY, MAY 11 tjff) Cooley i* taking over a* -Slrkit.---" pal fields of the United Staten
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HAVE YOU CHOSEN YOUR GIFT!
Herman (the wheel> Ficua i NO'fIC.tThe !

THE XATTC SHIPS SERVICE HAS A VARIETY permanent shore patrol. Well,
C'WJ don't wear out too many NATTC Varsity Swimming Coach, Mr. Welch,
SUITABLE FOR MOTHER'S DAY.Send
OP GIFTS of aho$.
extends an invitation to all Naval Personnel with competitive
KAHNIS. Clarence J., of
: A picture of youawlf, flowers, cards, j jewelry. Ewu high man of his class swimming experience! to report to him, Bldg. 614,

There are hundreds of item to chew*\* from.t a 34.*) average Running Monday through Friday at 1630. Vacancies! are many.

Don't wait-Act now ? cI'Me"ConI is COL MAN, R Divers and freestyle swimmers are especially( needed ,

with 3420 However, positions are wide open for all events. Dual \.J

JKWELKYOur Old! yea, folk, with the meets will be held in order to prep{ the swimmers. :: for the
watch repairman ia qualified to make repairs on of summer weather the tall various Naval District meet which presage the Alt-Navy

all types of jewelry-Barring.*, brooch, necklaces, etc. takes are really pouring in Swimming Meet to be held at the NATTC pool in early

beat ot the week was Kdna'a, August. Mr. Welch can be contacted at 638 82K3
or
Save Time and Money I Iy Shopping' at : about tbe 12 bug Ah she c. ; ,

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I 7fb K. *>. CHAMPIONS I I



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. i Rabbit has been elected by unanImous -
i fPt vote, pin-up boy of clam


'' r : I 34.Fitchpatrick*and* .McKernan had '
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rr : turkey for Sunday dinner and Mc ',

Kernan. got the dark meat ae: usual 0.

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Someone one told Bryant about .J,
the "birds and the be**": he's been

I going: steady with a woodpeckerfor
two weeks.Frazee f

k .
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a +Mo
in back at TOA from A '4

20-day leave. We hope he had .
good time.
r r

Y Class 37 started thin \yk, with

5 new men' CERAR. T. W., GAM
': ( I NATTC HAD FOl'K WINNERS' in ACHE L N., DEJONGH' P. W..

the recent Seventh Naval District finals a MESAROB J. E. and DEADMON,

of the boxing tournament and three of J. W.
pS I them are shown in action abo\e On the .

J] left, NATTC's! Richard Beck is shown' Larry Esche, class 33, lost the
as the referee raises his'! hand In victory decision in the 7th Naval District

l after his bout with Schillizi Beck got the k B.xing Tournament to a very worthy
decision:" Below is shown 147 pound opponent. TOA i* proud to
Jack Fisher landing a left on the head of Eddie Decore of Maineide. shown Nick Del Greco of NATTC who literally slaughtered his have one of its men participatein
Fisher holds he station championship for 147 pounds is l 1047 opponent John Torres of NAS John CSarolla the fourth winner from the contest.

I Golden Gloves champion of Jacksonville and is also champion in NATTC drew a forfeit as his opponent hurt his thumb the evening .
347 pounds of Naval Air Training Athletic Conference besides his before in the emi-finals. II
currently new title of 7th Naval District champ To the right is' Class 29, graduating: the 2iwl
--- day of May, consists of Pic i
Raiders Split With Cherry Point; I NATTC Wrestlers Vie HAVE YOU A J.K-ehlor.. Logan R. J.R.,B.Furey, Krietzer, J. A.,B.Fletcher N. -.

II J. H., Czebator, E. W.

Lose To U. F. In Last Week's Play For District Honors I mm SCHOOL Crenshaw, B.* J.* of* clam 32 left

In Week-End MatchesSaturday I for home on an emergency leave

DIPLOMA? last Friday. ..
Outcelt Takes Mound To Win Over Marines ,! afternoon the finalsof I *

Seventh Naval) DistrictWref.1.ling I We wish to welcome to our division -
the Many states provide a varietyof
The preceding week found the Air Haiders of NATTC
will be runoff Military Johnson
tournament ways in which a person in Miss Anne foimeilyof
losing two of their three games, but in doing so, gaining confidence At this writing only NAS and service may qualify for a high AEM "A" who has joined Ute

o and valuable experience as they went along. Considering NATTC have entered wrestlers I school diploma or its equivalent office staff of TOA. We hope eh*

...; that the Air Haiders had only three organized practices but there: could entries.be a number of Examples of some of them methods will like her new* .job..

before starting a tough season, fans should not be too down- last minute s die as follows
NATTC's wrestling" team is Under 1. By successfully: pacing the TilE TKKKOK OF TOA
',' hearted. Lastt'ek's results were : Florida U. 10, NATTC 3 ; the able supervision of AI Sin- General Educational: Devf'iopmf"ut By Keith Bryant "-

: Cherry Point 8 NATTC (G NATTC 12 Cherry Point 7. SAD 3c tests
; ibaldi and J. G. Arcillo. The TOA boys were making a funs' !
U. <>/ Flti. Take Raulrre !.. ---- I Arcillo is assisting: Bimbaldi. whose 2. Credit for basic or boot I In the barracks late one night( ,

On the University of Florida batting average, and 12 hits in 13 boxers have kept his hands moi' training. When up the fire escape, through .
times at bat. L. K. Stillman led the is I 3. Credit for all service schools
field at Gainesville, last' ,. t' the attack with three singles in : slouch in the" art of grunt and I, completed ,
day, the Galore took the locals b> i no Came a most familiar eight.
,,' a tough 10 to 3 count The Air ,. four trips to the plate, followed bj groan, but sickness has literally i 4. Credit for successfully completing -

"+ Kakkis got off to a quick start in Joe Collins with two hits, one a grounded" him. I correspondent courses It was Top, the old man of TOA:,
home to the outskirts of fat I I : the United States" Armed
to two run NATTC are: through slacked
I their opening frame wore Entries f j'\, runs on a walk garnered by Wa- Jf'ftntu field in the second in- W. C. Ryden, 128 pounds; D. C. Forces Institute.If He staggered his way through thbarracks
bunt beat ning with two mates aboard, and "Lemmons i you are interested in securing"
hoo Mantes a out by Rusk, 145 pounds; J. ,
and Ben Adams with two tingles and 165 : your' high school: diploma, come into his face hifl
Jim Ccxltlington Camp's error 155 pounds; C. L. Wagner, And fell flat on by
of Duke Lj Hulh -r's three runs batted in plus a brace 175 the Educational Services Office, sack.
'-u grounder plusa pounds; R. G Yore, poundsand I
of runs scored.The Bldg., 601, NATTCen for an interview -
diive to left field
line << single by W. E Wells heavyweight.
".: Ben Adams. The Gators got one box scores: ... about your particular problem. Then out of the night as black as

of these runs back in their half of NATTC FL-OKIIM pitch,
the first on a walk a stolen base .ihoa .shoo. .. TAP Leads NATTCDivisions I I And into that moth-esten band
and a double, and then went on Manen..rf 2 O :2 0 Whil-,2b S il 1CI.\ Came the TOA terror, the dreaded
(: .tb4 <..... '
odnv'" < 3 0 S H ,3b a 018 Experienced Men "
a scoringspree; in the thud LMb..llr.lb 4 1 1 8 ...."....d 8 2 8 t> ForCaptain's : "Spook,
I pounding out seven runs all ot I Ad..tn..<. 1100 brown.bStillniiin 3 oneO ) With a report slip in his hand.
them unearned, on just' one hit, .n' 8 0 2 2 M.-wart.rfArnoU 2 0 0 : Heeded For HATTC
.'II. 4 0 10 1 LMUoux.llf a o o CI TrophyTennis
nix free passes and a wild pitch, O.llim..rf 1 040 KivUliitc.Mi, 4 2:. 1 iWralrhdlf His ears were tilted like radar
.,J/' shelling eifcrter Mike Mannkovich 4 I 0 il, U..m..r..e 0 O t 6 4 Varsity Baseball screens,
from the hill After that Relief Mwh.wrhy 1 0'Jo 8 Mt, 'K,.:;M. 801 which has grown more .And KM hair was bushy and
,
W.Ibwru 3 1 > U H Ul* .IIb t s t
Hurler Bill Cudd eurc.ssfully ti- CJud..p. I 00NAT1C ), I M'I/I.Lrfrf 0) C 0 0) popular >..r. *n tn ftitlutn .*. ciao Two announcements have come straight;
lanced the bats but for two hits t.rIlUn..ef 1: 14115) past weeks:" was in the headlines from the PT Division this v eek:" His face was contorted by a sinister
and two more runs the rest of the - again this week" as TAF won the Candidates for the Varsity tennis 1 sneer,
TirtaU 8:1' 24 12 Totals 29 4 27 14
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I Station tennis tournament from and all who
way team are needed And his eyes were gleaming with
tfvfittl Out by jl/urm I i Mare by Innings: HM. By the victory, TAF takes are interested should go to Bldg. hate.
201 ( )G 4MM> -:1
over first place in the points column 513 to see about it. The Seventh
l-lundx Oil
After blasting out five runs In / MX-10
for the Captain's Trophy Naval District Tournament is to
the last half of the first The lights went on and there lay
inning
HUM, Cwldlntfton 2, Lfchulli. WbiU 2. which will be awarded the first be held early In June. Also, theFT Top, t.
the Air Raiders were rendered ,
Citinp J..vi. Blown, M>w..rt. Ldh.ux
powerless the lest of the way, by Yielding, 2, K insi-yT. Krrun, Lcdnux, week" in May. Division will still accept entries With a butt between:" his lips,
Fenn of Point his Mtllmun 2. white (:.oIli.... Kung l.xtt.d I in. For the crown, Wasco of TAF for the Seventh Naval District While above him stood our Friendthe
Lefty Cherry as Ad.im, Wulln4... frit-UliiiK H. Two kuie tournament 15 16 17 of
defeated Kramer of HM by a score golf on "Spook",
teammates got back the five runs hit Lahullitr three ba0r hit, .'i..aJU1V.
in the second and bunched three Stolen I I.,,"*". White, 2. Mrwiirt:; C'iNldinirton, of 6-3 and 6-3; and Wilcox, also May. With his hands dug deep In his
H..m..y'r, Mi KIIP. ('i>mi, MillmMn. Davis of TAF swamped :Miller of HM The Horse Shoe tournament hips.
hits and a walk for two more in 2, Brown. "Snrrii<..., I'M..I i.. m>iill.. |>lny., I'
the third to take a lead they never VuMintt to White U Brown. lft on tituMv, 6-1 6-0. started yesterday with matches
relinquished I MATH: 4. Honda &. line on balls ...ffCudd In the nip and tuck semi-finals, between D and TOn Divisions. The situation looked rough foe
8, Mavinkovwh 6. hlrRae 2. Struck I The only other teams entered besides Top.
TEA
TAF from by two
Still experimenting to locate the out by C udd 4. McKu 7. Hits, off M kinovirh won I dead
had him hie
matches to and HM took these two are TEA, TAF Spook to right.
best for each Coach 1 in 2 1-3 irinmiri. Hit by riutr, one;
men position,
McKiiv (!'tillmntli. J'H.Hnl. bnlU, Wnllare- MAD, three and nothing. and MAD, who drew byes in the But we knew old hose nose would
Harry Kmckelbine boys commit- 4. Winning pitcher Mtlae. lowing pitcher first round. Semi-finals are scheduled n't give in,
ted three costly errors afield as JJakinuvirh. Umi>ir.r. butlwrluiul. .mlHoriwy. -
Mike Marinkovich was again batted Time of game' 2:8.: for Thursday, and the finals Without !some kind of a fight.

outof the box. Weakened both Uoa+rn4 Gape for Friday.
CHERRY POINT AIR RAIIiERAabhoa Softball, which will be the big Then Pop's eyes started shifting.,
in the defensive and offensive departments abhoa CHERRY POINT AIR RA1I>ERS I sport on the station for Ship'sCompany With a lightning like effect; I'
by the shipping out o( JI..rn..rd.lf 2 I I 0 M..n..2b 3 I I 2
)1("" Strousw -4 I I 8 .Hulr.ab 4 0) 41 4 abhoa nil h oIWnnrd.lf teams will get underway We saw a sudden movement,
.second baseman Jim Coddmgton e..",,, I 41 1 1Stillmn./ ... 3 I 41 6 4220 I Mjtnro M 4 1 1 iStrowsres midway in :May. All entries Then they both were on the deck.
Wahoo Mancos took over the assignment Wc11..e 2 0 4 41 Arn.oId.lb 4 1 9 1 6 1 a LooHlr.2b 8 41 1 2 must be in the office of the PT .\
1..H 4 1 1 I Ad..rl 1 41 1 0H.Ilowy,2b )
and performed well. 4 I 1 4 Kn..kbln.e I 2 41 0Grsnlb 1 1' I W.trhMllf" 1 1 0Lu.h,3b I Division, Bldg. 513 not later than There was a mighty tussle
MAACCNB also had the distinction of 4 2 10) II W..JI........ 1 1 Z 41 I I 2 8 W..IlIIft 4 1 0 0Ring,2b ) May 8. And when the dust had cleared:
banging out the only homer of Ili..rf 3 I 1 0udlin.lf 4 4) 4 Ii 4 0 4 "Adam..rf 4 Z 2 0Gr.rnlb I ______ ,
the day, a terrific wallop to right lI..vi.rl 4 2 1 0 W.rln..f I 1 2 0Ftwap 4 I 4 41 llina."f 4 2 a CI away
7 41 t\ 2 Mrknvrhp 1 ill 5 2 .::II..f 4. I 0) Ar..ld.lb Z 2 lei 0) Call''';'''' Truphy F.ii tt Down on the floor with his report
field, that rolled to the road. No one
}.rr..IJp 2 41 0 2 tore
JIM"MI.rf 3 1/ Q Out..ritp 4 0 0 4 TAF 8M2 TAS 127% slip
was on bare Southpaw Eddie Farrell - -- Ktrmrp 2 I II 0 NAn a77% TLT 1IC Lay the terror of TOA. .. .
finished the last 4 1-3 innings Tota3. 32 II 2111 TotaUa 12 7 21 16 'f..IlItft.p 2 0 41 41 I TEA 872i AM froTOH
H&7'HM *tDM > (This story is strictly flctltloy* '-
of"the seven inning contest and 6ore 1 by> lunirkt.l Tnt,.). 27 i 33 31 Totals 9312 27 i4 *. 21& :TKB T6TOA and any similarity to persons' Huing -
allowed only three hits, and one NATfC ... .. .... .. .MO JM 8-8 Serve by 'nnj"1 210 TTM S7'4T or dead shouldn't happen to fIIlng.
Unearned ruiNATTC Cherry Point. . . . .4162 100 0-N NA'I"I'C . . .....11(1 640 20-12 ; ) harry Point . . .1111 010 181- 7 HM 1116 TAI JM) .
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Rebounding back: after their two .
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losses in two days, the Air Raid- STALEMATE .
By Harold Jones SI Under Cover
ers for the first time this season
looked like a ball club that can
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cause plenty of trouble as they : :,. .l JY,'. \. 4 .
roared past the Cherry Pointers .'.. ]1"H< .,
12 to 7 behind the fine pitching of -'! :"
pale Outcelt. IX"

The base running was accelerated -

a bit, the hitting was better,
and though five errors were committed -

none were too serious, and
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f .., the improvement pitching support from showed the previous marked -

day.
Outcelt set the :Marines down

with eight hits, whUe going the
full nine inning route. Meanwhilethe
Air Raiders were powiding the

I offering of Southpaw stone and
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f0ac.
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FIGHT FANS who Jammed the NATTC Auditorium last Thursday and Friday to witnewa, the Seventh Naval District Boxing championships;aw bouts packed i with

action and plenty of punches, plus some of the top leather-pushers in the state. Close to 2,000 fans turned out for the finals on Friday to see the star-studded show. In the
top left picture, Richard Casciano of NAS is shown shortly after he was announced the winner of the 115-lb class. Referee Hugh Jones is raising Caciano's arm showIng
the crowd the "champ". (Top center) Angie Synodis of NAS and Lester Paul of Key West both connect on a couple of body punches in their semi-final bout on
Thursday. Synodis won a majority decision from the downstate youth. (Top right) Referee Jones raises Mike Hernandez' hand denoting that the NAS pugilist has just
copped the 135-pound class. (Middle left) Richard Beck of NATTC and Henry Schillizi of Malnslde slug it out for the championship. Beck won a majority decision from
the NAS scrapper. (Middle center) All the winners and the runners-up wait to receive their medals. (Middle right>)> Johnny Torres of NAS and Nick DelGreco of NATTC
throw a couple of wild blows, with DelGreco's blow landing smack on Torres' nose. Nick won a unanimous decision from the judges for his hardhittingaggressive boxing.
(Lower left) Angie Synodis of Mainside is declared the winner. The "Flghtin' Greek" dropped his opponent four times to win a unanimous decision and the plaudits of tha
crowd. (Lower center) NAS boxing mentor Anthony Rubino receives the Commandant's Trophy and team trophy from Captain Fort H. Callahan Asst. Chief of Staff
for Operations and Logistics, who presented the trophies for the Seventh Naval District. (Lower right) Referee Jones declares Jimmy Regan of NAS the winner in the
featherweight class Regan fought one of the best defensive battles of the evening in the first two rounds and then wore his opponent down in the third frame with hard

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By BILL KEHL: S2I: ; sion bout with Eric Smith of Yellow -, ing as he dropped his opponent Ed do was to hang onto Synodis in bout. .r'

With seven leather pushers from I Water. 'Matthews of Key West twice in I order to last until the final bell. I Angle Synodis had to go some (.
NAS Jax reaching the finals in I
the Seventh Naval District box- I In the first bout of the finals. the first round before the referee Nick Del Greco of NATTC slash- in his fight with Lester Paul of
Richard Casciano of Mainside won called the fight in minute and I
ing championships held last weekin one ed and bashed away at Johnny Key West. Paul one of tne top
easily from Herbert Garcia of Key fifty seconds.
the spacious NATTC Auditorium West Casciano's classy footworkand Torres', lighter frame to win a scrappers there, lost a split decision
before close to 2000 fans, One of the finest bouts ever wit- to the "Greek." The Mainsiderwon
hard blows won him a unanimous unanimous decision from the officials -
nessed in this vicinity was the
Coach Anthony Rubino's scrappers on his terrific punching and
walked off with both the district decision from the judges. fight between Jack Fisher of for his hard hitting. Torres, the way he worked In the clinches. -

,mad the prized Commandant's tro Richard Beck of NATTC pulleda NATTC and Eddie DeCore of NAS. from NAS, could hardly stand in .
surprise upset over Henry Schil Fisher, a real boxer with plentyof
phies. the and Bob Perkins of NATTC
the last round but
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game coppeda
lizi of N AS.
Schillizi. a holder of experience and tutoring behind
Mentor Rubino's lads piled up a and took the TKO from Harold Perdue of Cecil ,
kid
luckless
hung on
three crowns-the Golden Gloves him had to go all out in all three '
total of 29 points to 23 for their Field in the next bout. Perkins
diadem, A.A.U title, and the rounds to win from his sterling rough beating. Both of the fighters -
closest rival, NATTC Jax. Sub dropped< .Perdue once in the
sec
NATAC championship, was in opponent. Although Fisher received huge ovation for the
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Base, Key West, Fla., placed third cop- ond round and opened a cut on
quest of his fourth straight crown. ped a unanimous decision from the splendid, hard-fought bout. '
with nine markers. his face before Perdue fractured
Schillizi knocked out Beck in the judges, the fans weren't quite so The 8eml-Final3
Both evenings' bouts were jam- second round in the Golden Gloves sure. Until the final seconds it his wrist.
med-packed with plenty of blows, title bout in Jax, and was completely looked like a toss-up. In the first fight Thursday eve- John Torres of NAS won a '
punches and knockdowns from the bewildered by his loss to ning, Luther Smith of Key West unanimous decision over Isaac '1.
first sound of the bell, until the Beck Friday night "Fighttn' Greek" Wins won a unanimous decision from Vernon of Key West' in a free-
timekeeper put it away for the Angie Synodis of NAS, who is Ben Halter of NATTC in the 126- slugging affair Nick Del Greco
evening. In the third bout of the evening, fast making a real name for him- Ib. class In the next bout, Mike eked by Clifton Patterson of Cecil -
Four lads from Mainside were Jimmy Regan of NAS won a unan- self in the ring world, floored Bob Hernandez won easily from Larry Field in the point tabulationto
E crowned champs in their respec- imous decision from Luther Smith ;I Perkins of NATTC four times in Esch of NATTC. Hernandez not I win in his group. The last bout
tive weights, and a quartet of of Key West in one of the top the last two rounds to walk off only stunned Esch with his fancy : was won by Jim Regnola of Main-
/scrappers from NATTC were also fights of the card. Regan ran in- with a unanimous decision and the boxing style, but the whole crowd side. Regnola had the only KO .r
to a little trouble in the first round
awarded diadems in their classes crown in the 160-pound class. The marveled at the way he handled of both nights when he sent a ii
when Smith threw punches from '"
One of the NATTC contestantswon "Fightin' Greek" from Malnslde himself, sizzling right hand to the jaw of
all directions, but rallied
by a forfeit in the heavy- off Regan the coloredboys' was complete master in this' fight Jack Fisher had too much class Keith Sheaff from Key West.

weight class. John Ciarolla, the I by merely blows tossing with his' mite, a& he wore Perkins down in the for Harvey Clearest of Key West Sheaff dropped to the canvas, ;
winner, never donned a mitt or initial frame with his slashing and walked off with a unanimous coming up at the count of 12, justa ('
slipped into' a pair of trunks for I Hernandez Wins by TKO body and head blows. In the second decision Eddie DeCore came little too late, Regnola came out .... /
tourney competition. However, to Mike Hernandez of NAS didn't round, the "Greek" opened a through 'e jdl, in his first outing of the fight with a broken thu">" ?..:.t
get some action he boxed three i.a 'e much of a chance to show cut alongside Perkina right eye, by winning: fc TKO over I* F. Car- and wart unable to appear in t :' t"--
"unds in an exhibition, ti().'!' I I. wd his daisy style of box-: and In the last, alt Perkins, oould michael .f Cecil Field iu the next finals. \..
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