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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1947
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 7th Naval District


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

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..t NAVAL RESERVE. TRAINING CRUISE ''Noval Reserve Week




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L&4 It's Naval Reserve \reek-there's no doubt about it.

V. ?: The newspapers scream it in headlines ; the radios blare it ll\

a incessantly ; it stares out at you from store windows .

; NAVAL RESERVE! NAVAL RESERVE: NAVAL RESERVE

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1 / Everywhere the story of the Naval Receive is being:
-- -----,- told the American public, RearAdmiral
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Ralph Davison, too, was
\ I EX-FERRY PILOTS I II spreading the word in speeches be-
: \ j II I fore local civic groups. And the

7. message was being put across-:
" a o. o Z Za I NEEDED FOR DUTY : more than a million men In the
t a: Naval Reserve to "assure that the
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All natal aviators on Inactive
h.. Navy will remain unassailable awl "
+ i: duty and not members of the !
of the
capable guaranteeing security -
t'r organized Naval Ue"enelao "
of our nation.
attached to the
were formerly I
A steady stream of NAS civil-
< Aircraft Ferry wing andho ian employees poured into the
interested in toadln'
are returning
special recruiting sub-station in
until 1 1947 In
duty July Bldg. 167 last Thursday and Fri-
connection with ferrying naval day to investigate the opportunities -
I aircraft of all types \\ere icquetted -
offered by the new Naval: Re-
I to !submit a prepaid teitgrain -
... .', to the Chief of Naval serve. Recruiters reported that a
: large number were able to complete -
Personnel, It vva announced In
, rL I II their enrollment on the spot
a communication from the St"-I I
I
Nay' thlet'k.. I because they had brought with
I
1I them their discharge certificateand
I I Hit iiiiormaiion in the teleI ;: notice of separation or their
I I gram should Include full name, birth certificate (for nonveterans -
! rank file number: and present' >, Others were forced to delay
I reserve: status ""ua.' organized: I I completion of their processing un-
or volunteer Tin teh'grams will til this week when the office again!:
I not be ackn lodged: because I will be open in Room No 8. Bid!;.
: of the large number of appli- 167

itHI" statedThose ,
I tauts expected
In the meantime. hundred of
accepted: can expect: or- young men from 17 through 39
I iltr! to report to MJI'-l at N.\o:s
years of age were flocking to the
I Norfolk or 'laat NAs San
recruiting offices downtown. The
I Diego in the imnudiateffuture, mobile exhibit, "The Word on

L (: ::1 1I1katl"n "said. I 'heels," was on display at Hemming -
Park and drawing a con
siderable amount of interest Information -

booths manned by wo-
'Instructors Needed men affiliated with local civic

dubs as well! as recruiters locatedin

For NAS Hobby Shop Furchgott's and Cohen! Croth-
ers. were kept busy answering
I questions on the Naval Reserve.
# V111 Instructors and technical adviseors
b Special window displays in many
I are neeJnl by' the Ala.nside Jacksonville stores and shops werecausing
Hobby' Shop to \comph float details '
I passersby to stop and look.
tor the grand opening of the In particular the scale model of
I "Hobby House next month It : the USS Ranger in the window of
I was announced yesterday by Chiet Rhodes-Futch-Collins was exciting
I G. T. Hubbard Hobby Shop director the greatest comment.

I Veterans and non-veterans were
The fact that experienced men showing! more and more interest
wete needed in such diversified I in the advantages of the Naval

hobbies as l leather working, piexi- Reserve payment for drill pe-
glass, and photography was espe- riods and cruises in the organizedreserve
lally stressed: by' Cmef Hubbaid no obligations in the
These men would act as technical (Continued on I'ageI: )
I advisors in planning and layingout .
the shop as well as setting up

the equipment. They will be pei- Station Gets New
mitteu to order additional materialto

complete their shops so that I
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Y they wit! Ibe the best equipped possible

new, streamlined
Navy: telephone -
Those volunteering for Hobby dIrectory for the Jackson-
CRtISESwith i : > 'i 'Shop work will be given the liPpOfl.unity ville area was distributed to alt
TWO-WEEK TRAINING pay are just one the advantages enrollment in
ot as Instructors commands this week.
the Naval Reserve Members can leave their suufty offices or steaming fat'tones for two tool weeks remaining
these crafts atter the Hobby -
in
on the blue waters of the Atlantic or the Caribbean and enjoy liberty at a foreign port. Just whatan The directory to be issued Quar-
.( experience of this kind is like can be seen in the photos above laken on the cruise of the USS Shop begins. operation. I terly rather than monthly as in
Wilson which returned to Jacksonville last Friday after two weeks at :sea including a week-end in the past features a new format
Bermuda (Top) Reserves report aboard and are greeted by Lt. Comdr. C E Olson executive which will simplify the task of
officer. (Center) Demonstration of a phosphorous smoke screen off the coast of Delaware. (Bottom) Test Runs Made I looking up phone extensions and
An exciting event-refueling at sea locating personnel in various commands -
served by it. An alpha-
By Model Car Club I II betized :section in the forward por-

Florida! Heat Back Polar tion of the directory integratesfor
Brings
I I On New Station 1 rackTeat the first time officers and key
civilian and enlisted personnel.

Memories To Veteran ExplorerAs runs were made I last Sun Included also for the first timeis
I day on the new NAS miniaturerace a map of the reservation showing -
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--- -- ------ ------- track which the location of all
he paused to his brow car was recently I building 1
sweltering in Florida mop 93 degree business either He has even plant t..ndfi, Pine Island under completed near the intersection : and hangars "

heat wave, a flood of memories named a mountain peak in the Captain George Dutek. a tormer of Mustin and Yorktown. The' Publication of the new, condensed -
came rushing back to Lt Comdr. Antarctic after his wife Alma. I NAS Jax officer in the early daysof track, built by the Jax-Navy mod directory is expected to result -
James C. McCoy-memories of 15 His greatest thrill says: Lt. the war el race car club, was found to in a substantial reduction oC
below zero weather at the I Comdr. McCoy, was when he piloted I In the western division under have a few kinks which will be printing costs.NURSERY j
degree
South Pole I the Rli with Admiral. iiyrd the I leadership of Captain C. C. ironed out before the next tests. .
over the South Pole Making an Bond, the carrier Currituk operated scheduled for Saturday morning.The .
Just back from Operation High- exploratory trip out of it, they CLOSES
i jump with Hear Aumiral Kiciiard continued beyond for about 80 The central division consisted of new track 13 the first 105- TO f
l E. Byrd in the Antarctic, the : miles discovering about 15,000: to the flag ship USS Olympus, and foot circle track in Florida and is CHANGE OPERATIONS ,
veteran South Polar explorer i 20.000 miles of unexplored land the cargo ships Merrick and the first miniature: car race track
found his office in VM unit hang. McCoy was: at San Juan Puerto Yangtze; Also two Ice,breakers. ever built on a naval station. It The Jacksonville Navy Wive I
...r just a trifle stuffy. And with promises to be a speedy track by
Rico before he left for Little the North: Wind and the Burton Club sponsored Nursery in,
thoughts of his Job as executive I: America and was picked for the Island, were attached to this its design and many high speeds Building 1101 closed last Mon-
officer at Little America as we'las I Job because of his past experienceat group. should be recorded during meets day in preparation for a changeover -
air operations officer came wet- the South Pole His knowledgeof The central division, of which The track was constructed to from the present operat-
come, if slight, relief from the the tricky and dangerous navigation McCoy was a member, penetrated meet the need of the rapidly grow ing hours to 17 hour-a-day serv-
heat of the waters was Instrumental into the Ross Sea where they ing Jax-Navy race car duo tor a
Lt. Comdr. McCoy is no strang. in the success of the operation found extremely heavy ice packs place to hold its trial runs as well ice.The Nursery will re-open' on
er to NAS Jacksonville He was in fact, the heaviest Ice packs on an to stage invitational meets. All 16 June 1917 under the new .
one of the men responsible for the Operation Hignjump was divid- record found by any ship or groupof work was done by club memb. setup. Information on the adjustment -
organization of VM unit here dur- ed into three divisions, the east- ships Because of these ice with Public Works providing a of the new rates maybe ,E

ing the early war years He is no ern, western, and central In the packs, their schedule was delayed couple of concrete tin '....Jv I',.. I obtained from Mrs Hicks at ,
icw hand at this polar exploration eastern division was! the PBM sea! (Continued on Page S) ish off the running su 'mr. t cxt iTOill .,








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Even though the Softball teamis By J. F. NKLEN, ACMM
in one of its. worst plumps los
.< ing two out of the last three games', Your coiiespondent wife presented -

we did manage to win the most I him with a bouncing baby

important one of all against A&R. I girl the 16th of this month. Both

This game was strictly! "no con- mother and daughter are doing

test" with the Hospital slapping; very nicely. We hope that little

their ears back, 9-0, in three short Linda Eileen grows up to be just
innings.. This is the third time this as beautiful as her mother. Chief

season! that we have beaten them and Mrs. Homer B. Prichard have
.
i badly. been chosen! as godfather and god
SAt mother.

last one of the biggest eventsin I The CPO Green Dragons won

\ the Hospital sports program! I three more softball games last
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; : came about. The officers and the week, lacing the Mainside Dispen.
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chiefs met on the diamond with sary to the tune of 9 to 0, T-7 Di.

?. I the officers coming out on top in vision, 12 to 2, and Cecil Field] bya
a wild and rough ball game by the lopsided score of 16 to 3. Chief

score of 22-17. Ample proof that Crews has been pitching brilliant

the lads were playing for keeps ball. He pitched five shutouts in a'
*
: I comes from t'ye-witne!i+es who report row, all in league competition.The .
that the windows in the De-
T-7 shutout at
game was a
: : J : pendent's Unit rattled when Tiny the end of the< regular game, but .
Cull and Splinter Gay met in a two additional practice inningswere

,-*: head-on crash during a fast playat played.The .
;
third bas .
attendance at the Cecil
I Field game, a nightcap, was exceptionally -
II The officers came through with
I large, but has been
their second win of the season
NAS BANANA ItlVKR walked small in other Comeon
games.
very
against one defeat, :Monday, when
off with plenty of honors folks, let's support the team
last week when it won the team they knocked over the strong; which is fat becoming one of the
in the Seventh NATTC team, 75. This win definitely -
championships best on the station.
Naval District Golf Tournamentheld places them as very strong
Chief Chism, "Dragon" manager
contenders for their crown
at the local links the
over has announced an addition to
week-end. (Above) Lt. Comdr. '
the mound staff in T. E. White,
Anthony J. Rubino, NAS Jax I The Hospital has been lucky '
ACMM from NARTU. He is reputed -
Physical Training and Welfare enough to be blessed with 26 new I'
to have a smoke ball that is almost
officer and Lt. Carl West, Dis- corpsmen in the past ten days. '
impossible to see.' We hope
trict Welfare officer, are shown : They have been badly needed for l i so. .

), presenting the team trophy and I quite some time. With all hands
t Commandant's | It is rumored that there is a certain
and the olderfellows
v trophy to the I working together,
winning Banana River< four- I parsing an occasional word old salt who caught a hop to

some, (left to right) Chief Joe from the wise, everything should Pensacola for flight purposes. Up..

MacDonald, Ens. H. Hacket, Lt. J be very nice from now on. on arrivnig in Pensacola, the plane

Tom Kelley, and Li. William was promptly grounded. Now this

Herider. Left) Chief W. C. At lat the Isaac Walton of the chief was really in a fluster, as he
was due back at NAS the followIng ]) -
Scarbrough of NATTC '
accepts Hospital has been found. PhMlc
the morning Well, he had 29 years
first place trophy from
Roberts in the Ad last
came Bldg.
service and didn't want to get all
Captain Walter C.
Wingard, week with a seven-pound bass. :
District fouled up at this stage of the
PubInfo Officer Sur- This must be the record catch this
$ p What do'? He
brough j game. to finally
won Chief Joe
over
year. That's even a lot of fish\ for
MacDonald grabbed a bus and after ridingall
of Banana River in
two to catch.
: the final 18 holes Saturday aft- people night, showed up all deckedout
/ ernoon to win the individual top I in inspection whites. He sure
honor. Here is something of interest to looked epic and span, but on clone
all of us, that is all of us but youNi'k I examination, anyone could tell he

hounds The Welfare and I was asleep on his feet. His! division .

Recreation Department has been I officer had told him to be

Banana River Team And NATTC Chief working overtime to procure plenty -: sure to get back in time for inspection

I of athletic gear and fishing tac- and, by golly, he sure
kle so that anyone desiring to draw was. You wouldn't know who this

Take Laurels !In 7th N. D. Golf MeetFast I Home may do so. All you have to I chief was, would you, "Otto"?

I do is rate liberty and see Chaplain Chief Whiddon of AFU was

establishing itself as one Menges. This same department I married to Miss Gladys Osborneat I
i vidual Chief MacDonald certainly rates a little thanks from
trophies.
of the top service links teams in I Folkston, Georgia, last week.
the south, the NAS Banana River also received a trophy for being Naval all of us for the swell wiener roast Congratulations to you both and -....

golf team walked off with highhonors I the runner-up of the District links they gave us last Wednesday may all your troubles be little

in the Seventh Naval District fest. I (Continued from Page 1) night. Everyone had a good time. "Sailors".

Golf Championships held at Plans are now being made for \'-6 inactive reesrve enrollment and plenty of chow. Even old Bill I 1 This is just to remind you that

the local course last Thursday, the ('oming'hitt'Hat tournamentto I in late held at time of discharge Heyer <(
Friday, and Saturday.The be held at the local I I links soon I can not be called) to there, and when he is around, it. I cancelled until further notice. I

Canana River foursome of I active duty during peacetime except either free or very. .good.' They will continue to be held on

\ at own request can resignat Tuesdays, however.
Lt. William Tom Kelley
Hender.Lt. Season Opener in any time no interferencewith Happy birthday everybody! Reports have it that Chief
Ens. H. Hackett, and Chief : civilian life. No matter when that good luck
Erickson sweet
I Swede was "sixty
Joe Commandant's MacDonald copped trophy the and coveted also Two Weeks For Jax Yes, it's Naval Reserve Week in day for your family: may have . ten" the other day. Please] I
been, come to Birth-
the team trophy. They won the I Jacksonville and the rest of the "Everybody's note how "sixteen" was spelled !
United States, and it looks likea day Party" in the Rec Hall tonight.It'll Congratulations, old timer, and '
thequartet
team championship by edging I Tiger Colored NineCoach be like the
just big birthday
of players entered by mighty big week, too! many happy returns of the bottle.
parties you used to go toincluding -
CNAdTra. Tommy White of the ice cream 'n cake candles to Friday night in the Rec Hall .
Banana River carded a 319, I NAS Jax Tiger baseball nine has Seaman: "Here hold my rifle blow out and wish upon, and pret- 1930 or thereabouts.. Come try your
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closely trailed by CNAdTra with about 20 men working out daily in for a minute, will you?
ty girls all dressed up in' their luck at this old favorite, and getin
321. NAS Jax garnered third place preparation for the opening till Officer: "Hey, I'm an Ensign!" very best. some good practice for your

honors by tallying a 323 score. which is slated to be played in I trust Seaman": "That'a all right, I sumer sessions at Coney Island'I ,
two weeks.
NATTC Chief Wins I you. "Carnival Bingo" gets set upI Atlantic City, orJax Beach."Skipper" .
More players are needed to n _
Chief W. C. Scarbrough of
round out the team, and anyone
NATTC won first place in the
wishing to try out for the colored] I
match which was held duringthe
play
Edge Outstanding WAVE
squad should! report at the Mat
three days. Scarbrough was Area at 1600. ,
alto the medalist of the tourna-I '
ment, carding a 75>> on the opening The colored mentor has even Athlete Leaves NilS For Great Lakes
infield
day. The NATTC chief won over I men working at the posi

Chief Joe MacDonald of Banana tions. They include PondE'xtt'r'l --
River in the finals Saturday afternoon Dinah, Anthony \\' The WAVES sports scene losta which had been set up tot the
one up. The winner cardedan Walker and Gault. In the outer landmark as familiar as Mason'I II WAVES Wi'

eagle on number 18 hole to garden, Watkins!, Pearson and I Field last week when Shirley Under her tutoring, last year's!

win. Up to the final hole, both about fix others are working for I "Skipper1 Edge. SpiSl2c, left fora softball squad ended in second,
Scarbrough and MacDonald were regular starting berths. new assignment at Great Lakes."Skipper" place In the Girls' City League in

Ut q., Two lads are handling the was one of the pioneers Jax, being nosed out of first in
mound chores, Foster and Plas- of the WAVES sports program the final game of the season.Skip's .
Chic
In. the quaiter-finals.
kett. Turner and Lesther have and she'd literally blazedan charges also garnered second -
Scarbrough was forced to go 24 athletic trail all the base
behind the over place in the basketball loopin
been working out plate. I
holes in order to win over Pfc. B.
since she checked in 28 January Jax. She was one of the lead
W. Rudacille, another NATTC en : >>
ing scorers in the City circuit and
try., Rudacille I led the chief up until FIRST ROUND ENDS 1945.With her at the helm, the Physical was voted one of the outstandinggirl

the last hole, but then Seal bwugh I Training Department instituted cage athletes in the state.It .

scored: a birdie on number IB hole IN SOFTBALL LOOPS an all-around WAVES sports was quite a jolt to the

to tie the Marine, and then went program which ranks today with WAVES to lose "Skip" just as the
on to win in six additional holes!! Play in the first lound of the the finest in the Navy. 1917 edition of the WAVES softball -

In one of the best matches play- station intramural softball Startt-d at Hunter a team is getting ready to start
(
ed during the championship tourney program ended officially yesterday 'Skip" took her boot training at action in the City league

Captain William Gentner defeated when five ,games in the Hunter College in New York and At present there is no active organized -

Lt. Comdr. John larrobino, American loop were played. then went to school at Norman : ports program for
Captain Centner carded a low 71 The National circuit ended their Oklahoma. After finishing he WAVES at Great Lakes, but if we

while Lt. Comdr. larrobino tallieda initial round Tues ay. All play- school (and bearing a flesh new M know Skip Edge, there will soon

75. ers and followers now focus 'I third class mech rate) she reported be one and we will probably be

Barney Gallager, Sic, from NAS their eyes on th* "AllStar"classic to Melbourne, Fla. A short tim hearing a lot about her making

Jax, pulled one of the major upsets which will be staged to- later she reported: to NAS and wa ports history' there. '
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Lt Tom Kelley of Banana River. The Metals Division coppedthe When the call for sports went :: London ( SEA) Twentyfiveyears .

Gallager hot. a poor round of golfin ) National League flag by I out for all WAVES, "Skip" answered .. :.: P. yy ago Samuel Hawkins bought
all nine of their .., f' .
winning loop i of from Birmingham
the medal and team play Thurs and noon became one of the a pair pants a
day morning but came back contests In the American outstanding diamond and hardwood :: : ,t' I department store for $1.60.

to drop Lt. Kelley who before the ]league, A&R Personnel won its players at Mainside. BuPeie :; Claiming they didn't wear well]), he

tournament started was picked: to right to the American loop pennant changed hr rate to SPIS( ) BO she '. j j'J' smashed a plate glass window at

be one of the strongest contenders by defeating VSB last Friday could help supervise and coach the store recently He was sentenced -

for the title. 136. They were slated to WAVE uporta. After the loss of ....\.. -r. i' '" t" to two years despite his
and play Maineule Personnel yesterday the Physical Training WAVE officers ...' ..'..: .:;r .", i ,. 1 claims that he now Buffet from
Captain Centner Gallager .: '* '
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< she took the rein, and chronic bronchitis because of the
over ,
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SALTY HUMOR FROM i
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HERE AND THERE IAflUSNTS


"Lady you'll have to pay half ,
fare for that boy."

"But, conductor, he's only four" ,

! I I old.years"Well" old, he" looks like a six year I 1: )


"Sir, I've only been married five
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years.
r I "Lady. I'm not asking for a con-
I : Ir feesion. I'm asking: for half fare." MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

Tin: "Do you always look uutlve -
your bed before you say your MOVIKH: Wrkday1730 and 20 W; wr k-endi -1130 and 2000.THURSDAY .

I prayer at night?" I

Lizrlo: "No darling" she wUt- "BELLS OF SAN ANGELO," starring Roy Rogers and Dale
r fully replied, "first I ay my Evans.
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prayer FRIDAY .
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I "SEVEN WERE SAVED," with Richard Denning. \
She "So you can't love me SATURDAY AND SUNDAY k
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any more? "ROMANCE OK ROSY RIDGE:' featuring Van Johnson
He: "Not tonight honey, I haveto MONDAY

go to work tomorrow." "WOMAN ON THE BEACH:' starring Joan Bennett
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I NOT THE SAME I "THE TWO MRS. CARROLLS", featuring Humyhrey Bogart and'

LY A passenger, who had overindulged Barbara Stanwyck.
tt. liqueur, asked a conductor THURSDAY
how far it was from Millmatoit>t toJlemph "TWILIGHT ON RIO GRANDE" with Gene Autry.
.. TAe tonditctor told him
I II it was IS ntiles; JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
Later, the same passenger asked
/ I -a how far it was from Memphis to 1IIUKSDAY AND FRIDAY .'
I II )fillinyton" "LOVE AND LEARN." starring Jack Carson. '

r Annoyed, the conductor replied, SATURDAY err
nav f/Iv I "// it "is 15 miles from Milltnyton "TWILIGHT ON RIO GRANDE", with Gene Autry. a ,.
1i to Memphis, it must be 15 miles SUNDAY <\ ..
REPORTIty from Memphis to Milling t< n. "SEVEN WERE SAVED" featuring Richard Denning.
MONDAY ANI TUESDAY:
JKAN O'BRYANT:- i The passenger sold: "Not *esh By It'sh only one week from I "ROMANCE OF ROSY RIDGE", starring Van Johnson
Here are a few words from the Chrish mat to New Year's, but it'"" WEDNESDAY
Date Bureau-Baby Sitting Agency, Win Hough, S4tqUKSXIONi II long time from New Year's to', ."WOMAN ON THE BEACH" with Joan Bennett.
otherwise known as the WAVES CAi1A 4.9.Of THURSDAY
Barracks. Why spend your dime Are you !. favor of 'THE TWO MRS. CARROLLS," featuring Humphrey Bogart rand
for the movies A nite on the tlse proposed uniforms for e ll..ted. Barbara Stanwyck.
quarterdeck of 722 ia just as amus I aval personnel, or would you I Florida Heat
ratter !see the present uniform retained
liteCact is, even when a Mar OTHER EVENTS I.
ine's date didn't show up the other : ? (Continued from Page 1)

site, he decided things were ao I| RICHARD GUSTAFSON, AMM3C, three weeks, but finally they madeit BINGO IARTYEvery Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
interesting. he'd hang around awhile I Tacoma, Wash."I to the Bay of Whales,'or Little A1HLETHJ! OEAK-Available at Mat. area, Yorktown 'Avenue.and
Now Betty Kenmaon! knows don't care if they do change America as it is known to the.. Mustin Road, 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room topside -
]how to play double solitaire.GUAM I them as I'm not staying in the public. Bldg. ue, 0800-1700 on work days

you all know that Phil Navy If I were to stay in, however I After arriving, a group of four MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Kear of Bldg. 39, open 12002400i !
(Voice'with a Smile) Poole is now I I'd like to see the uniform veteran explorers, with Lt. Comdr I i daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
aa MAA. She certainly did get I remain as it is.:' j McCoy as one of the leaders, got 1 BOWLING-Six alleys located in Malnside Recreation Bushing
brokeu in ( !) on that PA system I O. B. SANBERG, S2c, Kansas off one of the ice breakers and No. 3. Alleys open from 1930-2130 Mondays through Fridays; tTOO-
( la a hurry. That two-page speech City,')(0. started a search for a camp site 2100 Saturdays and Sundays. "
he had to make the first site on "I'd like to see taiior-mades, or Traveling on skiis, with.the necessary BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Li ut.
duty might have helped We'ra\ a uniform similar to tailor-mades, emergency equipment with Comdr. A. J, Rubino.: extension 593; or repot to Mainside Mat after
wondering if we might be able to be made regulation: them the men soon came upon 1500.

I get -private extension for Fern C. V, FUNKE, Sic, Madras, Ore. objects In the snow which they MA1NSIDU LOUMGK' the Reception Center ktoatod .in
Holmquist.; 'twould save wear andtear "I would like to see the uniform -,k discovered to be the smoke stacks, the South wing of Building :-lo, 955, is open to NAS ,personnel wid
on all parties concerned changed, but not to the pro radio masts, and ventilators of the their guests from 1000 to 2200: daily Available for wedding receptions
and why not roller skates for the posed uniform, however. A uniform old camp. They paced oft in diff- by arrangement with Welfare Officer Combination radiophonograph
gal on duty who has to answer similar to the chiefs would- erent directions and found a snow- available for use of all hands.
;t tt'/ both the desk and pay phones! n't be bad:' melter hatch. J i LIBRARY-Located on second dek of Mainside Recreation BukU
FLASH!! The sewing machinesare Then they found the flag pole from 0900 to 211)0
K. D. NORTHRUP BM2c, Hunt- ing No. a, Open Monday through Friday Saturday
back, and after only a couple! ington, W. Va. with a shovel tied to it. They dug from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
of months too. For sure the war down about five feet and uncov- SWIJ\UUNG-outdoor Satur'
"I like the present uniform; it's pools r. Daily Monday through "y-
must be over We rememberthe : so different from other unifoims ered a hatch and entered the old 0800 to 1900.: Sunday--1200 to 1900.
time it took eight months to It keeps you from getting your camp via the snow-smelter hatch GOLF-Course open from 100O to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun
Set our watch repaired andit hands in your pockets. Another and a water tank near the range day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
didn even have to go through galley Below was total darkness,
Golf Course.
thing, it's easy to stow, away trunks prohibited on
I
Supply. H. F BOWERS, Sic, Trenton. but after searching through the I ANCHORAGE Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
OVERHEARD a t Inspection N. J. old supplies, the party found the cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Maaoa
'Is that Florida food clothing, canned goods and
I Thursday sunshine "I have no objection to either Field.
or did that tan come out of everything just as it had been TENNIS and balls available
uniform; why not make the pro -Racquet* are at the Physical Train
a bottle?" Which reminds us posed uniform optional and use it when they left in 1941 I ing Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Miutin and
u why don we see more of you lovely for special !lions." Find Old Blanket I Yorktown Roads).

1 people up at the swimming pool ? TOM MORc ...-,, S2c, Boulder, McCoy found a blanket whichhe ARCHERY: -Club, located in Bld(. 399, open daily from 1800\ _
Come on in, the water fine; and Colo. thought he had lost on his last to 2200; Satuiday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200
they even have "fins" for those less "I like the uniform aa it is; I trip He had left it on his bunk. Everyone welcome. .
fortunate creatures born without don't know why they want to He also found a story in a magazine lRSEICY-Clooj from 19 May to 16 June to prepare for
I
webbed feet. change aa long aa most sailorsare which he had failed to finish '; changeover to 17-hour-a-day service
DID YOU KNOW- Helene (she I satisfied with the present uniform way back in '41 (He finished -
lives in 221 now) Hirsch has prom- ." the story on this trip! ') WHERE TO GO ASHORE

ts**! everyone a ride in her new' T. W. SHAFER, S2c. Greenevllle, The tunnels which connected USO Armed Service Center, 122 West Forsyth Street.
Lounge
car one at a time that i ilt! Tenn. other' buildings to the main one
0800-2300 dormitory 24 hours a -with showers
I open ; open day shaving'
Thos, new Crosleys are so handyto "I like the proposed uniformseven were still in existence although etc.
facilities
,
pack in a cruise box Midge though they are similar to I slightly- caved in. The science lab ,,
(PO-li Bryant promised each ona I the Artny's. At least they are a little I wai i in good shape, as was the,
of her boys who makes a "hit" a ,' more modern than the present shop building. I South Pole, the heating system in WAVES Softball Opener>>
bit "smoogie" for reward Personnel uniforms" Aerial Flights Made the plane broke down. Then the
Department should be Or.it'Win L. T. LAY S2c, Burlingon, Vt. I Many aerial photographic flights breath o( the men made ice formon Causes Postponement( of
the softball league with such an "I like the present uniform bet. were made at Little America. On the inside of the plane, and the Tennis Championships
ntive Schenley misses Ruth ter than any other military uniform 13 February Admiral Byrd told temperature dropped to 45 degrees
Dotaon ao much that she went out Besides looking neater it is McCoy that he was to fly him over below zero. Brrr: : With the WAVES' initial softball -
anal pitched a big one the other easy to keep clean and well pressed the South Pole on an exploratory When they left, they buried encounter in the City League
nit One of the gals had to bring i ," flight Six men loaded aboard the planes, machinery, food, and many Ian Tuesday night WAVE ottic-
her home from Smlttys". After --- --- ---- ---- I next morning for the flight. Closeto other things for the next band of laU were forced to postpone tlwj
such conduct we shall be forced lost her charming personality; her 1600 gallons of gas was load explorers who venture forth to tennis tourney finals which were
to take Schenley's liberty card until boy just got discharged Mary I ed, plenty of extra clothing, em. that cold, desolate part of the originally slated for Tuesday aft
.
Ruthie returns Some of the Carmichael is engaged so we'll ergency equipment, and food for earth. So if you're hungry any- I ernf'on.The
"gabbier Girls' got so engrossed soon have another wedding writ** two months. With the aid of jato time, why just buzz down to Little finals will be played thin
in their conversation at chow the up Vivian Betts is having a the plane took off on skiis The America. You'll find plenty of week-end between HfrnwmLi
other nite that they "chipped" reunion of the "Club 103": gang weather was good the day they steaks and all sorts of choice Rump and Ann Elder' Both qualified .
right past securing time For your when' she goes on leave I I flew over the high mountain I meats and foods awaiting you. but ,i for the finals by winning
info, the galley secures at 1800 there'll be a hot time in'the ole :I ranges. j I you'll have to find a way to( defrost from six other opponents Atrophy
And Jeannie Kumpula' hasn't 'I town, we betcha: | When they were nearing the the food for it's frozen !Iflid'j will b<- awarded to the winner -
and the runiver-uo will .'110'
-- ---- --
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receive an award.

STALEMATE -Dr Harold Jones. si Swing About The WAVES softball nine is
acb<* r tomorrow' evening at the Power
Plant diamond at 200O Their'
season opener is to be played in'
vr, another" week under the area at
a
N l 7 Power Plant.
Y One new feature about the
k rl WAVES this Uf)1iotI their aw
) ,JI blue auJ gold uniforms .which arrived -
r v last week The wilt IN of ..-

Navy blue with yellow "CC I'J.'
1 8orit"ll. The belt, numeral an the
back and the word "W A VEti" ATOyellow

1 a / :- w ..

: "That gal looks like Helen

i Black" ;
I "SliL''d" look like that in ..any22 '
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Editorial Office What with so many historymakingevents

South \\iag, Lower Deck, Bltlg. 5)30: transpiring these days, it's almost too
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Telephone Extension 8184 much to keep pace with them. There's the ii

Arthur M. Greene, Editor new "Truman Doctrine" of aid to Greece

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the and Turkey, the United Nations' deliberations Q

U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and bn the Palestine question, anti-labor .1
printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at
no expense to the government and in compliance legislation, high prices, and the Communist
with SecNav Circular Letter 4:>-1918 dated 12 De- "scare."
cember 1945.: Copies are distributed free of chargeat
the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical But regardless of the rapidity of these

Training Center, the Headquarters. of the Naval precedent shattering and epoch making
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters of
events there little for the for-
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air was excuse
4 Station Cecil Field the Naval Air Gunnery Range getfulness which was so apparent two weeks

{ end the U. S. Naval Hospital. ago. Specifically, we refer to V-E Day, the

Rear Admiral Ralph DavUon. second anniversary of which fell on 8 May.

Chief Commandant of Naval, seventh Air Advanced Naval Training District The Jax Air News had planned to devotea I

portion of its issue which coincided with !

Captain Anthony H. Brady USN Commanding the anniversary to a V-E Day story-but no I
Jacksonville Naval Air Station
story materialized. As far as we were able

CVl>t m Howard V. Hopkint, USN. CommandingNaval to determine there was no gala celebrationin
Air Technical i raining Center town with Navy bands and marching sail-

ors participating. In contrastfcto the history-
.. Captain, Bobert U. Gillett tMC), USN, Commanding \ jA
U. S. Naval Hospital making day but two years ago, and the mild

observance last year, there was utter silence.
I Captain F. W. Priotman, USNR. Commanding
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Could it be we are forgetting so soon ?

Will V-J Day be just another day in August ,.
LU ('.1. Moore, Jr., >
> T. C. MC. Commanding /
Mann Barracks ? How _can_it_be-all _that "blood, sweat, "Okay, xj I got It coiled up now' how do I get out! ? ? ?"

and tears," all that work, those sacrifices,
Cu|>t !o Jules F. Schumacher, USN CommandingNaval the heartaches and worry, and the agony and
Air Gunner Range kr
l.t
suffering-forgotten already? Commercial

Comilr. Frederick J. Brush USN CommandingNaval Surely it can not be it must not be Bulletin
Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field
.. Those sacrifices must not have been in vain !

Capt. Alexander M. Hearn. USMC Their memory must be kept everfreshnotfor Bulletin \\ill he accepted until +I
Marine Aviation Detachment: has been filled, but not later
maudlin, morbid reasons, but so that space
we will never repeat the mistakes of the than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 8230.
The JAI AIR NEWS r.e41i..a Ship' Editorial Association ma- .
.!. Republication of credited matter prohibited without past. By remembering what they gave, we FOR ALO; i tla
permission of SEA. Washington 25. D. C. Republication of any will work all the harder to prevent a repeti- Furnished house in Timuquan Manor. .
other matter, except: by service publication, I* prohibited One block from bus line, two blocks"
without permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. tion of the slaughter and destruction. Their from Venetla Grammar School PI THE GILDED ROOSTER, the
actions will serve as an object lesson which miles, from NAS. Screened porch, new first novel of Richard E. Roberts,
Westinghouse electric stove. Ice box
will bring out the best in us as we strive to tile kitchen drain tile bath with shower is a story of the Sioux wars of the1860'x.
circulating heater hot water beater. The sceen is a small fort
Flying WeathermenBy attain a lasting peace. Three bedrooms, one converted Into a I far out beyond Fort Laramie when
II I ..... nursery. LI v In groom furniture brand the Indians
I new. Total J3150!!: 443 Timuquana Rd. taking advantage of
Ships' Editorial Association"There's Lt. Comdr. S. G. Kona ext. 423. the reduced garrisons, went on the
1942 Master Deluxe Chevrolet sport coup warpath In a desperate effort to
something brewing in the Gulf, Clean good condition. Ext. 34i or win back their ancestral lands. The

all right," says the aerologist as he straightens phone 4i: Buick 2-4389.sedanette.Ens. Turlington.l first 11,300. takes story involves Jed Cooper the

up from poring over the latest weather it. Call ext. 8191 or rhone :S-C832-J. scout the commanding officer of
Mr. 1>. L. B1(..., Jr. the garrison, and the wife of one
He
chart. turns to the aerographer's mateon
Piper cub J-J. 60 hp. dual Ignition
of the other officers. If like
duty: "Alert the standby flight crew of :Nei: and1Vieuus f rnmSkMOMENTS franklin ernaul. engine.New .paint 15t nouns job good sine fabric.major 'westerns, but want to get you away

Weather Three for an early morning takeoff Sal: will Include II hours ot dual time from the usual ones, try this tale.
at Herlong i leld.' Call Cecil !field ext.
200, Lt. K. L. Jungklas.Wed'gewood Hartzell Spence, author of ONE
A complex machine is set in motion with tour-burner gas rang with FOOT IN HEAVEN, has writtenthe
oven. Lt. McKee, 621s Palmer Av*., story of the and
these words. Wires hum from Miami to the Lakeshore. fcxt.; *J3. discovery con-
Camera, ixacta.: : Lit 1:8: lens, single quest of the Amazon river by Don
U. Weather Bureau. the next
Early morn- OF UNCERTAINTY lens reflex, focal I plan shutter, speed! Francisco Orellana, Spanish conquistador -
inga sleek, dark Privateer roars up and 12 seconds to 1/1000 of on* second; enlarger This Is an adventure
ideal, boner 1.44 lens, for 45
away from the field with 2,300 gallons of gas Moments of uncertainly often become mm filml: air ritle., iroecinan, 11 cal., story with high romance.

in its tanks. No armament. Turret's missing. hours of neglect. This in turn will lead to Hancock hke new. St.Contact, MAS.A. C. :feiraonds, 1224A C. Vann Woodward describes

Thermometers and other weather instru- careless living and disrespect for objectsas Baby bassinette with pad, folding type THE BATTLE FOR LEYTE
like. new, $S. Can be seen at 12IS Kenssalaer GULF as the greatest naval battleof
ments installed all over the PB4Y2. well as persons. Some of you, during the Ave Contact: G. J. Uamache.AAK World War II and the largest
Inside after-station past war have seen crumbled cathedrals ob- Engineering Iept.
are bunks, an icebox, Beautiful 14 kt. gold ring let with large engagement ever fought on the
a galley-all the comforts of home. Almostas jects of culture crushed, things which have predated.Must be high seas. Investigations made in

soon as the plane is in the air, the aerologist grown in the hearts of people. Some of them McLeod. *xt. S41. Japan since the close ot the war
is preparing the first weather observa- have been of world-wide significance; others Savage 89 hi.power rifle, cal 303. Good have brought to light much infor-
condition with 20 cartudges. 31I2B mation
concerning the Japanesefleet.
tion including position, time, barometric merely a mark for a certain small minority.The Tanner Burr ::it., ,ext.Dewey el07.Park, after 1700.. Chief The value of the book lies

pressure, true altitude, temperature, humid- roots of such destruction find their Dinette set, table) and four chairs livingroom therefore, in the fact that impor-

ity, visibility, turbulence, types and amountof origin in deep soil. They have started as a bookcase,suite coffee, dey table bed,, three-piece two chairs b one o- I tant features of the Japanese side

clouds, state of the sea, direction of swell, seed and have grown deeper and also pushed room Park. set.Chief 3210B Goodrich.Blair Ave.. Dewey of also the, with story the can removal be filled of wartime in and,

force and direction of the winds at the sur- through to the invisible eye. Twin baby carriage, ;JO. 3003A Dewey restrictions, more of the American
Park Annex. Ext. KJ1J. Dawson
face, flight altitude-many, many things. So in our moments of uncertainty we are RCA record player handles both 10" and account can be told. The author
met with As 12" records Uldg. 500, ext. 2ii )Ira. served during the war as an In-
a challenge. we see evidence of
Mencrer.
Information Radioed Back
telligence Officer in the Office of
; a small seed, not even a sprout perhaps, but 1(42 Chevrolet two-door special deluxe the Chief of Naval Operations.
sedan. Good condition. Radio, good tires,
The radiomen send the information back nevertheless a seed, are we to sit back and paint like new. See Lewis, Malnsid ADRIFT IN A BONEYARD by
to one of the many military, naval or CAA hope a drought will kill the seed or shallwe Park.bost-houe, or 3217A Blair Ave, Dewey Robert L. Taylor i is an amusing

stations which are alert for any message. nip it from the start ? We must destroy 11 guag pump action shotgun five-shot satire in which :Mr. and Mrs. Rob-

Flying at 5,000 feet, the plane hits rain and it now. chamber case and, 3,4 75 modified round choke of ammunition.JS' barrel, inson Westchester, their Irish

winds at Point Able. The information is ra- Reasonable used one season. (,hud rskl. maid, and he.- hellion son find
As a nation, men of other lands will look AfcR flight Test, Hangar IK. Phone themselves to be the only survivors
dioed back and the first weather report is :i- 695\ after 1630. .
to us as an example. We can be proud of a 137 Ford two-door. Private A 1 in a catastrophe destroying every-
out. The plane, meanwhile, heads down toward democracy, we can be proud of our freedom ; condition $330. B. Wright owner one in the world. It tells what hap
the least turbulent altitude. I425.W. pens when Fred Robinson, trained
let us also be proud of our responsibility.Let Neatly trimmed baismette with mattress, in the hard school of
Radioman, radar operator, pilot, copilotand us also have standards and principles $5 Barr; chest St? of Deney drawers Park$15, BrobM, 31 MB I, advertising, starts to cope- with

aerologist are all busy. The plane heads which lead us to true Christian living. plumbing, transportation, wage
toward the center of the storm. Flying is entirely FOK KENT problems, and two women in a
by instruments. The plane takes a Freedom does not mean that we can han- Room in private home. Laundry priv. world filled with the puzzling gad-
dle and ileges and use of phone. 'l'wln" 1 bed.
Remem-
men property as we please.
: of civilization
but
getry no one to
Mrs. Lea
beating, but the information is compiled. The Schulti phone 23930.:
ber the two great Commandments, "Thou Four large sleeping rooms. Private bath, make it run.
plane goes through the very centereyeofthe shalt love the Lord thy God with all maid service 1 mile from NAS, near I I
storm and heads back The infor- thy good eating center. For business men }'reoka
again. CaJIf., <( working girls ,
heart and with all thy soul and with all or couple. Mrs. Acosta
,
heard of the
ant train
mation is relayed to the Hurricane Weather phone :2.1964.Four.room causing a.
thy mind, and "Thou shalt love thy neigh- apartment with private bath. wreck. Well, a fly here causeda
Central. The storm's position is plotted, its No drinking pets or children. Mrs.
bor as thyself. Above all respect thy God, Hickson. phone 6,6iSlW. forest fire as he landed on a
movement calculated and
warnings issued. but also remember respect fellow) Room and board. 113 SHarnilton St. horse which switched his tail to
The Miami station and all the other naval your men. Phone S-02J5W. Mr,. Robert. get it off and in so doing touched -
A moment of uncertainty which is turned Three-bedroom furnished house In River-
hot wire
a which electrocutedhim
military and civilian fields within the dale Garden, three miles from NAS.
all away from sound principles will grow and Will rent from 1st of June to lit of and set fire to his mane and
danger and
button-up
zone buildings July. Contact Lt. Paul King. lildg. 'It. tall and eventually to brush and
lead to careless
and
living disrecpect to
rquipment. Forewarned is forearmed. man ext. :39,. the forest
and property.If .
I WANTED
Two Squadrons on Job tempted to lean in such a direction, Ride from Copeland and Riverside to
At the even participating resolve to be good I NAS. Working hour 0800 to Is JO. 1 '
present, Navy has two squadrons yes a Miss Holm, ext. 839.
concentrating on this vital job of keeping citizen, a follower of Almighty God. Look Woman-child psychologist for NAS nursery

track of what the elements are up to. The unto the Son of God, the Lord Jesus Christ, Women work.to car Mrs.for Hicks children., ext.Steady 4o 9. ..work At the. Station and Mastia Chapels,Arena BirsslBbaaRead -

the perfector of faith to lead 8 hours a, day. Mrs. Hicks, ext. 459.
Pacific area is covered by VPM-1, with its our you on- Unfurnished or partly furnished a or 1 Pret.a'a.1Oi30NA'rI'C
)home base ward upward in righteousness in goodness. room bouse. No children tI.nlc.l..pl.i.. W. T.
at Guam ; on the Atlantic coast, or pets. Resdients Springfield.
VPM-3 handles the job. This littlepublicizedpart May we all do our part to make this a better sign lease.of Jacksonville Riverside for section 25 years.pieferred.Will 0930 Mrs-bunday. Archibald School! Kettle, Small'. CbnpeJL. .

of the Navy is doing work of far-reach- world, a better nation, a better station. Three-room McLeod ext.furnished 341. apartment In Riverside 1045-General Worship S.rvlc.Chapain

ing1 value, sometimes acquiring almost uncanny -i Let us all with a sincere effort at this iness ,girls.Avondale Mary, or Rogers Ortega ext.for: two 422.: bus : F. L. Albert.C....,;.

accurate information on the doings of station first make an individual effort to live Unfurnished 8 or 4 room apartment. Quiet 0700-Mace.

the elements. Radar, of course, is a tremen- noble and consecrated Jives and, secondly, sobet couple. Riley ext. 225. 0000 1100--Mas Mass.*.

dous aid in accomplishing the job. make our influence felt to the areas round LOST AD Outdoor U maintained Nursery foe between small 0900 shlldren -

But the major credit for the achievements about us!' 'here and throughout ea h. individual 'Blfcrk cocker ftennle pup 8 month old. and 1200. .
t must go to the men who fly the planes, reach. having' fnftrmatfo ecntjtet Chief .whlp Ue.r .
the Navy's Hurricane Hounds. Chaplain Arthur C. Boyer Park Parade Anne*). Ml.frewnnt..'71' *"'tUn .Dewey. ,It9e-'Tvidey I. Sh 11II.I1C..J.! ,





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J SAFCTY: ENGINEERS CHECK UP . .. .

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I -=- AROUND A'D 'WII .

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( Interim Overhaul by Frances'' --- .

Foe-We have organized our noon- n
team and all need I
hour softball we
came to us as news this week was -
'now Is plenty of good stiff _
com the marriage of Edgar L. Aid. Lt. r
petition Our first competitor was Gant
was questioning his leave
V the Assembly Division and we hada and
was wondering if we could
very good game in front of Han- '
him for
spare one whole week. He .o.
gar 123. Of course, Interim won was only kidding, Ed. We all wish
i with a score of 8 to 1. We don't you the best of luck in your new IL 4P'V
! know whether it was luck or good experience. '

I playing, but it really got us off '
From where we're sitting in the
to a good start. Assembly had us
worried before the game started Assembly office, we can see that

Lt. Cant wanted it understood that the boys are all doing a swell Job
I on the line. Ed Holland, Billy Doo-
his team would not be responsible
ly, Leo Hendrix, and the enlisted
for any balls knocked into the riv t ..
er. But Interim solved the prob- personnel are consantly crawling k t it yv
in and out of the planes. Once in P
lem in short order.Ye had a
a while have the to
we
Crash Boat standing by to retrieveall opportunity y,
walk down to the other end of the
lost balls. Lt. Gant spoke of
Assembly's women's team coming i hangar only to see A. Hance AC-
: MM, Anthony Dallavia, and Tom
down to play. Well, send them on
Davis putting in their time and effort -
down, and we'll let the two teams
these animals called
on big
practice together.
planes. We couldn't tell you what --

We noticed Lt. Willis standing any of them are doing because ONE WAY TilE STATION maintains its outs tanding safety record is by periodic check-ups by

on the sidelines during noon houron mechanical work just isn't our NAS safety engineers to insure that all vehicles are in perfect mechanical condition. Out of 23 vehicle

the fourteenth. Wonder what line checked last Friday, 12 were found to have mechanical defects and one driver did not have a Navy I

he has up his sleeve? We would like to introduce two driver's permit. Above, Clayton R. Owens talks to the driver. of a Navy canopy truck, J. P. Miller,

The Time Section holds quitean new employees in our division: while Harry A Horton prepares to check the condition of the various mechanical devices in the truck.

attraction for a certain Interim Howard Etheridge and Charles L

chief He has even offered to give Swisher. Nice to have you with us,
away all of his other phone numbers boys. INSIDE -j InspectingThe
4SUPPLYx
Mary Donald would like to know ;

Chief Chamberlain left us this which hole Bill Catrette steppedinto PUBLIC WORKS

,week for a 55-day leave in Los as he is having a little trouble =j5AlIES

Angeles. We wish him a wonderful getting around with that bad an- By MARY RODGERS InspectorsBy

, trip, but ue will really be missed kle. You didn't get that in a base- Doesn't it seem a shame that '"

ball game, did you, Bill? Russell Perry, the only unattachedmale HELEN BURNETTEWe

Have you heard about the man We are happy to hear of the arrival left in Maintenance Refrigeration .

who requested annual leave for of ACMM R D. Brennan's Shop, spends his Sundays didn't know there were so

two days to treat his sick cow ? I wife and two boys who came all I fishing on some isolated lake 30 By CLARA E. SPEER many good loking men in the

Planning Dhl'ilon-by SeamorLt. the way from Chicago to live down I miles from nowhere? Guess he pre The Supply Department is sad- I Navy, but we had proof of It last

Bronson is on It"aveVay down- here. We hope your family likes I fers beatln' off alligators to beatln' I dened over the death of Emily Thursday when they all appearedfor
it down here as well as we. Someof in their gleaming
huh Russ? He inspection
yonder in Jacksonville." It must off the fairer sex, Freer on May 9th.
the gang are also from the white uniforms. We females were
admits that the bite he got all
feel good to be ? from only ,
away( ) it Leola Jones Archer was a wel-
Windy City.Engiheering to with
all Field day was from a gator-on the fin- supposed keep right on
Charley Emil Hieb
come visitor to the Supply Depart-
Divisionby Fred work-but how could we help
mind What fun! our
,
and Harland ger you .
Lewis were overdue ment May 12th. Believe we all concur "
E. Clyne-"T. P. McLaughlin has I From all reports, a banguptime "ogling, or having an impish desire -
from
returning- an official business left us for a short vacation in New had all the Public that married life surely has to "accidentally" step on their
was by
trip to Washington last week. I Orleans. He will return in about Works visors at their last agreed with her. After her vaca- spotless white shoes! Oh, ye naval
What happened, fellas was the I supe tion here, she is returning to New
BUSINESS that a week to get his wife and then meeting which was held at LaPalma personnel "Why don't :you d9
absorbing? will back to New York. "
go Orleans to Club on Trout River Tuesda.ynight that more often?
Aside to Fred
Garst
(Materlan-I) attend Tulane University. He has We learn from Leola that Min
'The boys don't mind May 13. The dessert was so Among the latest newcomers in
fruit in drawer but been with A&ft Engineering since hot that two members had to jump nie Lee Goodman, now Mrs. WilLiam the department, is of all things,
your you don'thave I his discharge from the Navy last Wyatt. is back in Jackson- :
to breed flies also do ? into the river to cool off. I one civilian. Miss Norma D. Mer
,
you .
year.If vile and that her husband Is
connected
Herman transferred Maintenance welcomes a new cer, clerk-typist in the Main Of-
from Rosenberg Material has you need anything to fly, just employee into the fold this week. with the CAA. fice, comes to us from the Supply

the Plant Division. Good luck Section to to ask Darius Curtis how he would do He is Stephen J. Pearson of Jack I RECEIPT CONTROL DIVI- Department. Four additions to the

in your new job Mrs. Stauss you it He'll give you the scoop. sonville who attended the University SION NEWS: Katherine Cox is on I enlisted personnel: Robert D.

(Statistics) returned from a short Charles Littlejohn is sweatingout of Florida until recently. Stephen a thirty-day vacation which she is I Gaines, AMlc; T. W. Smith, AM2c;

leave last week one of those long-awaited little will be assigned to the Time spending with her son who has I W. L. SChinaman, AMMlc, and J.
spent in dear old "
Jacksonville. What is so attractivein "Bundles from Heaven. We're all Section. just returned from the Philippines. L. Whitener, AMM2c. Glad to have

town lately that everyone is looking forward to those cigars It's too bad that maintenancefunds Her daughter, who is taking an you with us, folks, and sincerely

spending their leaves there? and candy, Little. have been cut so that one advanced course in surgery in hope you enjoy working with us.
In case you didn't know it, mechanic had to Boston has also them and
Why haven't we heard from the refrigeration mop joined And have you heard-we're gon-
members of Planning who are Wayne Morvia is one of the starson the water off the deck with another they have been to Vero Beach and na have that PICNIC on the 24th
the
y ...., working In the Plant? Come on, A&R Softball team For man because of the shortage of other points of interest down the -Saturday, day after tomorrow
proof, check the picture in last
folks loosen up, we would all like week's Jax Air News. Nice swabs. Something's gotta be done East Coast Florence Monroe at Kingsley Beach.
to know what is going, about this! King is also taking a thirty-day
going on out to Hosea Colvin AMMlc
Wayne. Sorry see
there Well Some of the plumbers are wondering leave. She and her husband have
that's all for
now. Hall is check out of the departme'lt.Colvin .
Stanley back to work ,
why it's taking Doug Watson been visiting in Rome, Georgia
Accessories Division by Bob again and none the worse for his has been with us for quitea
so long to build his concrete Anna Falrcloth enjoyed a recent
Cook-well, it's "Hail and time and hate to him
Farewell recent experiences in dreamland long we see
block house when he's taken so week-end in Atlanta. She
to our good friend and Jim But orders orders aren't
accessories Sawyer and Foy. Howard go. are
j
I much time off for that purpose. flew both ways Essie Wilkes
division officer, Lt. (Jg) T. G. Hen- took a day off last week to go out I How's fishing these days, Doug? has been spending a few days with they, Colvin ? Good luck to you
derson, who is transferring to Nor- and catch the j in .
big ones. Wonder I Have you noticed the rosy glow her son in Lakeland, Florida. your new assignment.Chief
folk, Virginia, to Join a light carrier what they had to show for their which Louise Bragg (Transportation J. E. Revier says he will
The Station baseball
season is in
Bon voyage, lieutenant. Your trouble? ) is wearing lately? Looks as have a "fish tale" for this column -
many friends all over A&R are goIng The Naval Air Station civilian if Dan Cupid might be at work. full swing, and frequently Shorty next week. He's promised A.

to miss you. golf team is having a tournament Hmmm.For Segal may be observed taking a R. Carlson that he'll bring him
And welcome, Lt. ( ) F. 24th at Park I couple of hours off and donning
jg on May Hyde Golf the interest of people some fish worth eating-and talk-
(Gimbert. Lt. (Jg) Gimbert L'j I Course All members you his uniform to participate in his
was, are urged :o who might have been in this de official mascot. ing about. In return, Carlson has
capacity as
short
A time connected with attend.
partment over two years and who promised him a good vegetable
Manufacturing and Processing Division Engine Overhaul by Carl W will remember her, Audrey Worn- I We will be missing our three dinner out of his garden. Don't for

of our A&R to which he Player-A couple of Sundays ago ble was married last week in San WAVES in the Inventory Division. get, Revier, this will be continuedin

came from sea duty aboard the Frank Fulmer's American Legion Francisco, California. Audrey was Kay Purser SK2c, now Mrs. Cint- the next issue! We'd like pictures

USS Mindoro. Post No. 137 baseball team lost a the first Public Works reporterand ti, was discharged May 9th. Her for proof.
Callie Hearn's new home is com heart breaker to the VFW team. the column husband has returned from sea
gave its present Chief C. G. Pavuk is
ing along fine and will soon be ripe We say heart breaker not because name. duty and they have left for her away on
several weeks leave. Chief
for a good old-fashioned housewarming the score was close, but because Forest Woods ( Design's Electrical home in Charlotte, N. C. Kay had will be leaving the Pavuk
( Gyro and Inst. Shops, Frank was so confident that the been in Inventory since November, department soon
Unit) has returned to work for that inevitable
take note). game was in the bag. And why 1944. To be discharged by the end sea duty, so he
after an illness of about six weeks. accompanied his wife to her
homein
The instrument shop was well not? He had a certain strikeout of May are Alma Saylors, SK2c,
Welcome, back, Mr. Woods Toledo Ohio where
represented at a founder's meetingof artist on the mound for his team Toske also of IS who will return to her home in I she plan
Leroy Design, to while he's
the and the ,Columbia S. C. stay sailing away IThat's
Jacksonville Watchmakers'C supporting players were and Dorothe Belle-
leave for month to his
on a paint the life in the
tilde One of the oldest employees, in the pink of condition. But at the house. Well, it might take a month' van, SKVSc who will go back to Navy!

B. O. (Pop) Roeder, gave an ex- end of the game, Frank could not with a tooth brush. I her home in Garfield, N J. Bon Chief A. E. Homewood, former

cellent address upon being voted even claim a moral victory. The voyage, girls! We have enjoyed Inspector in Aircraft Overhaul

president of the organization. Two VFW team had pasted his pitcherfor the dimensions or a standard Volleyball having you in our midst and hope group, has been transferred to the

former employees also elected were 19 hits and 14 runs, while ,I IFrank' court. you will come back to see us! }fuel Storage Area.

E. S. Hearn, treasurer, and W R. boys were hard pressed' First prize for "Remark of the Sarah Gardiner (Procurement) EOCIE" and his attractive wife

Grundmann, secretary to score one run. To add injury Week" goes to Lois Collins who reports a wonderful time while attending a.i making the initial steps in

Harold Garrett, making his reg- to insult, neighborhood kids were said, "t Censored) is the kind of the State Convention of purchasing their new home on the

ular weekly trip to Savannah, Ga., on the receiving end of $28 worth guy who thinks that a geometric the Business and Professional Wo Southside. Let us in on the housewarming -

(why so regular, Harold?), stop- of foul balls hit out of the park figure is something from Esquire." men's Club in Tampa last week.be EOCIE.

ped in at the United States Ma- and the game had to be called at Now comes a little bouquet for Chief H. K. Hollis was observed

rine Hospital and visited with Hazel the end of the seventh inning be- Mary McCann, E. 0 typist, who construed as personal criticismor making one of his regular trips to

Chaewick, who is taking treat- cause the pitcher had thrown everything has displayed, since her arrival in a violation of a confidence. In the: fabric Shop recently, clad in

ment there. He reports she is doIng including the last remain- this; division, a most cooperative other words it's all in fun. th usual paper skirt. You aren't

nicely and will be leaving therein ing ball, the game, and the club's spirit and charming personality. Metal Division-by Bobby-Did gaining weight, are you, Chief, or

the near future. leputation. Better luck next time, Mary has been so quiet, reserved you know that Schwamp in the maybe it's defective material. Incidentally -

By way of proving that they are fellows and inconspicuous it has taken cowling shop was once a professional the chief\ his wife and

not only good mechanics but good Power Plant Panorama: :Mal this: writer quite some time to getting I boxer and wrestler? He was son have 'moved into a-new abodeon

housewives, too, the members of Gregory advising Baldy Mausert around to giving her the known as Big Chief or the Indian St. Johns Avenue. Says the

the recently organized "Grand. that the best way to unload his praise she so richly deserves for Wild Man. He has wrestled and I chief, "All visitors are welcome-

mothers Club" are turning out lots would be to cut a ditch thru the fine job she is doing. i beat top names such as Eddie provided you bring your own beer

some excellent pieces of crochet. the center and sell them for wa- Latest enrollees in the Naval Lewis, Ala BaBa, and Chief Little I

Ing, to and from work. They all terfront property Jim Feeney Reserve Training Program are Ben Wolf. And in the boxing ring, Abrams Glad to has see been that Chief H.from W. ,
released
ay it wakes them up and keeps teaming with Sophie Geleneau to Tingen, Willis Cannon, and Jim- George Manly, Hank Bath, and the and
is back
them from pushing out the floorboards fabricate one of the most fantastic my Workman or were you fellows many other professionals. He hae We've hospital missed at work."

of the cars they ride to prevarications in the historyof only kidding? also worked in Washington, D. C., Wolf. Take your "howling,
work in. As yet your correspondent E. O. (all in fun) Frank Certain items have been erron- with the Police Club as instructorin it easy and gain that

S has been unable to get a list Blanton and Leo Pagonis involvedin eously reported recently in this boxing. weight back, for you've certainly
had
of officers of the club, but watch a naval engagement Allen column by this writer, orgininating I We extend a welcome to two a time, haven't you?

for our next issue. Shouse talking up a certain Smo- in information gathered from un. new members of shop 477, Charles Chief G. M. Millican is back fronta

On the sick list of the electric ker T. L. Cannon wonderingwhen reliable sources. :It is hoped that I Lane and Morris Jordan, AMlc. 15-day leave, which he says. he

hop recently were Mollle Foun- his hometown ball team will all persons concerned will take We would like to know why Mac thoroughly enjoyed. Chief visited

tain, Helen Groh, Elmer Folsom, get out of the League "Super Cel- into consideration that it is oft- was out Thursday. Was it your in Birmingham and Atlanta. Sorry '

Chief Herbie and Mr. Brooker. We lar" after losing 11 straight tames times next to impossible to confirmall cooking, Mac? the boy was sick for a few days'

wish you all a speedy recovery Jimmy Workman demonstrating information, and we submit all Margaret Jones, WAVE in shop but hope.he is well' by this time .

I and hope you will be back on the hIs "ewly perfected (1) "Alli news in good faith, with the presumption -475: is on a 15-day leave. She is P. S.-Roe. Kirk, .Cameaji-you-

Job soon, gator" stroke on the B, O. volleyball that.it la correct and visiting her family "in Erie, Pa .all surely look nice in your .;

Assembly 'Division by I. 1>, (QurMarvln: Gurr endeavoring will be taken id a-spirit} of friend-* She is to t* bridesmaid at her ,-"w 1tetl." Good for. the offlc4 more.

Ih(1'tlartlT1e: first thing tha. but vairily ,to bta'n linens by all Nothing should ever sister's wedding while there., Pie, tC'n 'V '. .

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PvWi4 "(.r.ati." Ufftow.A ,
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shorten your pants or take in Naval School, Aircraft Intruruenta of the Naval
UrCM;
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A4.... >tr.tio. Bwl4U. ......A. N. ...to lH.F your jumper, don't take the Air Technical Training Center, in line with their policy of
: excuse "1 haven't a sewing using all teaching methods and facilities at their command
,F Artfwr saw.kale ... '
T. 1 machine" any more. a
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AU Pkoiorn uo Pho gab and A.. Fua4 dohool P"La." fc .I..rh.rwi..ndit.4.Sk .
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Navy wives and dependents, I

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she doesn't know how to sew

four pants or your jumper-
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WHAT TO DO! WHERE TO &oi hired to instruct the inexperienced .

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MOVIE SCHEDULE of charge. I to utilize instructional time to the greatest advantage, has

NATTC The advantages! offered by I developed a new and unique use for plastics. This school was

THURSDAY FOR THE LOVE OF RUSTY, with Tecl' .Donald- the" ewing Center can help faced with the problem of familiarizing- students with the
iron and Ann Dorah. Shows at 1815: and 2015. stay within that budgetby I principles of operation of various --- --
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY--STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN, staring you' 'II aircraft instruments which must j tional time could be cut I in half
David Niven, Kim Hunter and Raymond Massey. Saving money on clothes. Abe I I encased to operate. In some for the directional gyro.
SUNDAY MILLERSON CASE, with Warner Baxter and Nancy Every housewife should instruments the case serves onlyto Similar improvements in the
Sounders Shows at BOO, 1800 and 2000 find these facilities a boon in keep dust out of the delicate I utilization of available instruction
MONDAY AND TUFDAYLOVE: AND LEARN, starring Jack helping her solve her clothing mechanism. In others, the case is al time have been achieved with the
Carson and Martha Vickers, Shows at 1815 and 2015. a component part of motive power, use of other plastic cases for other
WEDNESDAY-TWILIGHT ON RIO GRANDE, with Gene Au- difficulties.The I ail in the directional gyro, which instruments At the present time
try and Adele Mara.TIIURSDAYSEVEN. Sewing Center wit) 1 depends upon a drop in air pressure this school has models of the Gyro
WERE SAVED with Riehard Dunning and start operating this coming I within the case for power to :Fluxgate Compass the Artificial
Catherine Craig. Shows at 1815 and 2015 Friday, 23 May. operate the instrument. Horizon and the Directional Gyro*
I The directional gyro, the first to so erased
Yellow Wafer I II be enclosed in plastic, indicatedthe I I Present plans contemplate further .
value of adoption of plastic case for
for
transparent cases
I I TIIUKSDAY--No Show. I yQAQTt I
other instructional models
Instructional instruments. Prior to
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-CALCUTTA, with Alan Ladd and I .
Qkad Russell. I the introduction of plastic enclosed f .....
OF RUSTY Ted Donald. instruments, it was necessary for
SUNDAY-FOR THE LOVE starring
spa and Ann Doran. students to study the component
MONDAY AND TUESDAY-STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN with parts of the instrument and thento V / oOkd
visualiae their in
relationship
Kim Hunter.
David :Niven and
WEDNESDAY: -TWILIGHT ON RIO GRANDE, with Geoe Autry. By !SilOKTY SIKKIT actual operation This was found
TIIl'RSD.4.Y-No Show.THINGS Hey Fellows, get off my neck.I I to be not only difficult for moot NATTC library
: know in the 8th of May issue ,: students but also time consuming
TO DO-ABOARD of the Jax Air News I invited you With the use of transparentcases WEAPON OF SILENCE bjr
over to Bldg. 512 to view the Pen. it was found that instructor Theodore Koop, ia the story of

FLEETS IN-Open nightly 1730-2130 Bldg SIT.3ndwiches nant and Placque we won in addi- I wartime civilian censorship Ou-
and snacks available. NATTCenter Orchestra tlon to the Captain Trophy the1st ; highest average he said he I sore have been compared to. mule:
featured on Monday nights. of May. and you are all anx- was glad to have had the opportunity They have no pride of ancestryand
oua to see them. But maybe by to go through such a good I I no hope of posterity"- ....
BOWLING--Six alleys In Ship's Service available l' next week I will be able to extend I school He attributed his' good :: one in his right mind couldenjoy
to all personnel Monday through Saturday, the invitation again, then "come I showing to the background he received : the comparison or the job. Yet several
1700-2130. League games have priority. one, come all". at the Lindblom High thousand civilians fought for
NATTO LIBRARY Located in Auditorium. a I I School in Chicago, III., his hometown silence with scissors, paste-pots
Open Monday Tuesday, huraday and Friday 1300 to Say, Gang, don't forget to keep I chemical laboratories kept secret
2100. Wednesday, 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sunday Saturday 31st of May open for the i I I He particularly emphasized the I and sometimes caught spies This
1230 to 2100. Jig TEA Picnic at Kingsley Lake Physics course he received at the I book begins in a dress shop in Havana
Boys get your beat girl lined up :: above mentioned school. So we say which leads to a lurking
ATHLK'ilti GKAJK Available at Gear Locker. and watch this column next week again "Congratulations". I Nazi submarine, tella a story that
Physical Training Department, Bldg. 315. and we will give you all the "Dope I opens in a doll shop in New York
and Data" on this gala affair. I I have a riddle I wish someone I' and end on an American aircraft
TENNIS-Racquets and balls available at Physical The TEA Soft Ball Team I I" would answer, it's something j' carrier, and also takes the reader
Training Bldg :51S. still looking for talent. The po. about COOKSEY and the Grey-1 behind the scenes to the recruitingof
4 actions are still 1 wide open So hound Bus to Georgia. a working force, the setting up
who knows the difference S of administrative
anybody machinery, and
( \ between a baseball and a volleyball We see where Miss Pat flew to I the public reaction to letter
Naval drop around to the practice t St. Petersburg, Fla., over last snoopers! ," It is dramatic account
are not allowed in the pool unless accompanied by a J\) field across the street from Bks, I week-end She said it was to visit of looking for and tracking down
parent or a responsible adult. Monday thru Friday 62. Who knows, you might be an- t "FRIENDS". Hmmmmmmm! You t the devious trails of enemy! information -
1JWO: to 2045. Saturday 0*.>0 to 2045. Sundays and other Babe Ruth. know the other Pastures are always t .
I Whoa, Now Bessie A refold
Holidays 1300 to 20t5.t greener. complete by a prominent -
CONGRATULATIONS! And let's see that lovely smile. Japanese journalist: of what
we really mean it to GREENE, I went on inside Japan front Pearl
!SWIMMING l'OOLlnd:!: 419) For male E. J., Pfc, of Class E31 The Marine The other morning I was listen- Harbor to the American occup
Naval Personnel only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to Corps can well be proud of ing to one of those early morning lion of Tokyo, is given in THE
i 1200 and 1730 to 2045. Saturday 0900 to 2045. Sunday this man as he graduated with a I "Eye Opener" radio programs) LOST WAR. Masuo Kato wrote the
:r.! and Holidays 1300 to 2045. course average of 89.6< this ia I and the announcer said he would | bok in a freezing building in
RKCKFTION KOOM-Located In Auditorium for the highest average made by any play a recording for all the boysin I bombed-out Tokyo He tells u.i
I NATTC Personnel I, relative and guest. man graduating from the AEM I II Bks. 62 dedicated to Miss what it was like to be a Japanese
I (A) School this year. When I I Nancy Stewart. What gives, I newspaperman during the "peace
GREENE was told he had made Boys I missions" of the internment! camp
,
GO-ASIIOKE -- --
WHERE TO of the trip back to Japan on an
BULKHEAD By Murray Garvin exchange ship, of a Are raid on
WU" Jc.Ja; TO GO ASHORE: NCCS Club at Church and Newnai Tokyo when the heat was :such
8 reei. Club open daily from 1700 to 2300, Saturdays, 1200 to 2400 w ,, that people in open field dial for
Sunday 1000 to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturdaysand .. .. lack of oxygen, of the atomic
Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. -a r. bombings, of the surrender, of the
.
JACKSONVILLE BEACHKS: leave at frequent Intervals hari-kiri l of the military and the If
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam a as Navy). Surf bath- dazed relief of the populace Al-
ing and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches. Bus most any part of this book would
have made front page news on
fare 234 :-
:: since December 7
any day 1941
F1M1LNG AND BOA11NU; Cedar River oa Sao .
,
CANOEING, 4"well On the American aide is the
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last atop on story of Ben Kuroki a Japanese
San Jun. Row Boats.-two hours SOe; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor _>)0",.. .j"t" American war hero Ralph G. Mar.
Itoats-$2.00 per hour, flv. to eight people per boat. tin has told his story in BOY
'f
FROM NEBRASKA.
--- Ben was a
Jon**-I went over to the club .".. A :'<.' farm boy he went to an American -
!9I4 now swimming pool last night, and .,\:" ...>: ; school, worked and pLAyed
had more fun diving'SmithYes : *.' : with American boys and girls, wentto
theta great aport. ',-i) war as an American air force
JOKE! Jon -I'll have even more fun gunner, lived through 53 mission*
tomorrow when they put the water :. : in two different theaters, and today -
IK a wears the Distinguish Fly.
t'34. ing Cross He knew
'il// nothing of pre
/_ Civilian to drjec Ud sailor stump1 "":' judice until the war, in spite of
Gal: "Do you know what hap. on a park bench: "Anything his enlistment, there were .*me
fetw. U> GIs who feel low !" wrong, son*" : American patriots who thought hilt
I OI.: "No. what?" "['m lUtle**." ;:. tt skin too yellow. His 25 missions in
"Lo*t your pp?" the European theater were carriedour
flat: "They get slapped '+'
"No, my list of phone numbers to prove that he had nothing
for this town."' ;;..." to be aahanwd of. When discharged -
"I had an awful nightmare lasttdght from the European Theater .
.' .
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A sailor, just horn from a longcruie .4 j">: he volunteered for Pacific duty,
"Ye, I saw you with hwr" ruhe" w a phone and call- J I.IJ and there flew over Tokyo. At UM
<* Sok wa busily engaged with acpftde came out of the booth looking for fear some triggy-happy sentry
in the mud beside his car very bewildered "She' gonn get might shoot him aa a 3|>y. KuroJrl
|rliri a stranger hailed him. I I marrlo .I" he told a pal. ; .: : ,L\ is now lecturing--righting the enemy -
'Stuck in the mud?" h* wkad "Aw forget it," advised the pal, 4'y It'" of racial tolerance Thin bok
"Oh, no said Sok, "my" engine 'here'ti lotaa girtx" ; .. is the :story -of hid 54 Htilill fa"' -and I'm digging a grave fur "Yeah," replied the sailor, "but ., abroad- and 4t the Wth here a
!t." .he's gonna marry it,e." yon knew the tenodry sttuat4on." h<",, .

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*Clasv31 graduates Friday the a

13rd,"..the members of this class r
: ,:.. are: SIMMERING C. E., RYAN H
J. CL ,Jt YNOLDS, T. B., HOW- e
ARD, I:' W., LA MARCA. J. J., a f r
: .KFAYN.E. C. E. MOLKNARO, D.
HALL, H. L.
Class 38 convened this week on 4, E :. o
the 19th with the following named' 0Y
men: BACA A. C., RATLIFF, 0., p .aa.*

VAN VOLKENBURG, W. J.,
RAGUE D. V., FITZGERALD, W. P

D., REINBERGER, R N, GOSS,
G, G. SOLLARS "P. H. f
"Alrdale" Yo-Yo was so successful -
in his first nine hours of
dual instruction that he was held

over and is now on his 24th, oh,
pardon me, 23rd hour and 35 minutes -
I think he said something
about bad trim-tabs!
McCoy and G. Brown are now
on the other end of the line, f/Uppocedly a. ffP
gathering knowledge inalltf'ad Q 1 <' rlr
of teaching it. They are un-
: at I. T. C '
and Steve were seen
:keeping company with the Three
Feathers at the beach over the
weekend. Why do people think
O'Neal is camera-happy'
Did Heiderman find a new placeto

speed his liberties, CarpehtersHall a 4g
seemed' vacant last Friday' .1

nite without his beaming personality -

The. TOA softball team really |

should get together and get Pan- ;
cho a bushel basket instead of al I: tP'a
Hist, baseman mill! Not that he |
needs it or anything It's just
that it would be such a help
"Words" DRous can be found

most any night in the library,
deeply engrossed in the third chapter -
of Webster Dictionary A''!

good way to spend your leisure t

time, eh Chief

Gulps' appreciation for the finer
things of life have finally caught
up with; him. Have you seen his recently -
acquired inner-spring mattress -
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?

A certain messenger, well THERE WERE PLENTY of personnel on hand last Thursday you're interested in printing here's a good chance to obtain some
:known in TOA Division, has well on the day of the NATTCenter Hobby Shop at Bldg, 414, I
opening first hand experience. In the lower left-hand photo, Mr. Long, the t
earned the distinction of benig a : I
to take advantage of the many opportunities offered by the Hobby
southerner. If he ever went' back Shop. In the above layout are pictured some of the facilities offered. I'' experienced civilian in charge, explains to a hobbyist the correct

north he would surely be trampled i The top left photo chows a glimpse of the many supplies and different way of using a san er. This machine is one of many in operation at

iji the rush (We highly recommend equipment for all hobbies ranging from wood-turning to model the Hobby Shop. The lower right photo, two beginenrs are taking
salt tablets). airplanes and countless others These supplies may be bought at a advantage of the library facilities. At present the Hobby Shop
Our paragraph about Bryant: great discount. The upper right photo shows; the "midget" printing library; has books to help out beginners interested in almost all of
last week must have reformed' press in operation: With the different types available, a printing the present day hotbies. Why not drop by some evening. You too
him. His "passion flower" for this enthusiast can print anything from letterheads to calling cards. 11 might find something that will interest you.
weekend turned out to be a daisy!

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W' Raiders Take Double Win THE WORD.... (Jack Fisher Cops Tri-District


Over Dublin Naval HospitalNATTC's I From Aviation School Fundamental ; Boxing Crown At Great Lakes


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Air Raiders made a clean sweep of the two I The Boxing contingent which headed for Chicago one
A new sports is to be
tame series against Dublin, Ga., Naval Hospital here ]last I started soon throughout program the whole v.eek ago Saturday, brought back only four of the five men

week, winning the first game 8 to 7 after Dublin had tied AvFund School. It includes swimming : that went under the colors of NATTC Jax. The fifth stayed -

the score at 7 all in the first of the ninth, then taking the softball, volleyball, boxingand there He is Jack Fisher, who in his latest quest for ring

nightcap in like manner winning 5 to 4 behind Dale Outcelt'sseven wrestling We want everybody laurels copped the Eastern Division 147lb. AllNavtitle
to turn out and support their class
hit pitching. Dale scored the winning tally on Duke team. The monthly winners will in Great Lakes, and will remain there to train for the All.

Lallullier's single to center- second, game-clinching receive a banner for their barracksand Navy championships scheduled for the first week in June.

hit in six days. an etxra night's liberty for all I Fisher was one of eight that
hands. So, come out and rack about a square sun. '
I up represented the Seventh Naval
Tne An Raiders had one big inning In Basic Skills have learned
through with the pressure on in that banner for your class. i I we District winners.. The other four
in the first game, blasting a lot about small tools and solder-
to tie the free
the eighth score on In connection with this spoils that went were Richard Beck, 118-
across seven runs in a big fourth to LaHullier and Stillman ;i ing: (Too bad Pappy had to leave,
batted passes program we also want to mention lb. winner; John Ciorolla, Heavyweight -
frame, in which the team HUH, FELLAS) "Underwood,
around. Five solid hits, a single by Ben Adams and a that the TAF division Softball champ; and Nick Del Gie
nil the way gimme a deco.
of three three-bagger to right by Joe Col- team is now having tryouts. Chief I co, the Marine Aviation Detach.
plus the added charity Fourth week swimming helpedus
lins. Then in the last of the ninth,
the Raider Dublin Bacigalupo (Smith, to you) is in I ment'a pride and joy, who was
errors paved way. win fifth week "Honor Class.
with: the score tied, Outcelt opened' charge of this whole and resprtsenting the 172-lb. class
the sixth program I
came right back in 14 the inning with his third hit, advanced would like to see as as And last, but definitely not least
for three runs!, adding two more i I many pos- All in all the fellows get a lot ,
to second on a bobble by sible, both students ahd Ship's Co., was the team ring-wise coach, Al
and nine
in each of the eighth out of these indoctrination classes
I iLevmtis of Dublin and home
,
came
M'oreVutf'rlind turn out for this team. If eVE'rybody Sinibaldi, under whose tutelagethe
frames to and rate shops and thoroughly en-
on Duke LaHullier's single. Duke'shit have been .
pulls together we'll salt boys reaping honors
I away
the aft-
brought home winning nm joy themselves at the same time.
was a replica of his game- that Captain's trophy for this sec- for NATTC for the past
er he singled, advanced to Sf'Cond -
clinching single against Cecil\ AF 43 months.
ond four-month After
I period. coming I
as L. K. Stillman was hit by Class 43 is in with from
Field, in which the Raiders won in second last time we'll be boys
Under the astute
third rihg veteran
ball thence to
on
pitched ,
to 1.RAIDERS. all over the Of
.a wild throw and coming home on 12 satisfied with nothing less than t country. Fisher now has copped four ma..
AB H 0 A first this time So if have abil- i al interest is the exception-I.
fly ball to center Mike i you jor titles in four months. First was
:Marinkovich won his first gameof McNay, ss :5 1 2 4 ity along the softball line get in i I Hughey Brown an ; the Jacksonville Golden Gloves title
the season, after two false LaHulher, 3b 4 1 2 1 touch with the Chief and help radioman, no less.' The boys stick Then the Naval Air Training
to him'in communication like flies
Knickelbme.. If 4 0 1 0 division.
your Athletic Conference belt, the Seventh
starts
Wt'1'Iterlind' "lb 4 0 9 11 to molasses. Hughey hails from
The regular of hide and Naval District championship
It was a different story in the : game Toronto and has a Mrs. ,
pretty
Stillman, 2b 3 1 1 4 seek in very his latest the
second game as it turned out to being played Barracks 11| in D. C. plus Tri-State welterweight
4 2
Adams, rf 1 0
duel for five innings every day is beginning to wear out I|I crown.
be a pitcher's 4 We claim to have the bright ones
Collins, cf 2 0 2
The locals scored a lone Wallace, c 3 0 10 1 some of the boys. During the day I I in our class. Who was that section' ', Fisher decisioned Jim Garcia of
run in the second on a double anda Outct'Jtfi 4 3 1 10 the MA and his assistants move i i: leader that took up Instructing, : Great Lakes In the semi-finals,
single and a costly error. From DUBLIN I' AB H 0 A as many bunks and lockers as possible -I In his second week of school too, then kayoed J. M. Manning of
there and knocked from one win gto: another ih Whiting Field in the second round
Dublin took -
over fast' work. Everyone' loves study'
Jones! 2b 5 1 7 2
order to sand the flooie. On
across a brace of runs in the Kamoske, ss 5 1 1 5 ar- so much they spend half their : for the title Manning first was
sixth and one apieec in the seventh Klima, cf 4 1 1 0 riving at the barracks the men liberty at E<1 er. floored by a hard right, and after
and eighth The An Raiders came Levt'nlis, 3b 4 0 0 3 search all wings in a vain effort Bob Hodgin, ACMM,wok over I he had risen was once again sent
to their
recover sacks
Hovde, rf 3 2 0 0 by Taps. the class for A, D. Kellner, AC- I back-this time to stay-with a
The only one reported not disturbed MM. Could it be that right cross and a left hook to the
I Landers,. If 3 1 0 0 by the situation is Hughey got
NOVftCETENNIS Robertson, c 4 1 :5 1 whose each is two feet"Strumbly longer than, a stiff neck! Anyway, Bob has' the I chin.Beck ..
l Van f'1 hoof, lb 0 0 3 0 else's thus situation well under tow. lobt a close decision in the
I I .E.UMn.BTIONI Evanstad, Ib 4 0 7 0 to anyone spot. making it .easy, I AF 41 semi-finals to J. R. Phillips of .
Lundy, I' 3 0 0 4 Ray E Clark, class character, I Great Lakes, only after putting upa I
Clay AF No. 39 who is an ex-Tex Benecke prdte- valiant fight and losing in the
I Runs-LaHullier, Stillman, Adams Better late than
never, so here is
I gee now praying a sweet trombone final seconds of the fight. CiorollaTIO'ed
1r'C' )UWi\l tJNT 2, Outcelt, Khmatt Levehtis we ate just completing: our sixth forTonlmyRaye's Music Ma- in. the last round of the
IIIII/ 2, Robeitson! Errois-McNay, week of school.
;__;; kets. Clark is the little man from semi-finals by J. Tuv well.'well
1 If01y Noon Westerlind, Stillman Adams, Col- Our first two weeks were rewarded Texas who is really going places went on to take the champJDTiship
lins 2, Wallace Leventis, Robertson with "Honor Class" of the At the present time he has a flam- the next night. Del Greco faced
ApplK-atlon uiiutt be in Panilerhoof Two-base hits- week. ing romance going on with a Jax National Golden Gloves titlist Dan-

by 1200 Monday.Office Collins Hovde Thiee-base hits- We are learning new things ev- beauty named Joyce.If ny Bucceroni and was knocked out
Collins. Double plays -Outtelt to ery day too, for Adams, C. W., re- and when, the barracks Soft- in the opening heat. ,
and Enlisted IVrttonnel Westerhntl; McNay to Stillmanto mehiber the AEM Shop. Then Sgt ball League gets under way, AF .

, tUg1: Ic. .. Westerlind; Kamoskc to Jonesto Baldyga conies up with a theory 37 is serving notice that they will "Well, 1 do say? said the, dear
,
, Ui nrerto NATTC Evanstad! (2)). Banes: oh balls off be ready to take on all hahds i Un- Itttle lady upon tasting her first
t at 7th N.Represent I). Final' Outcelt 3; off Lundy 2, Struck er-Outcelt, Losing pitcher-Lun- der the management of C. R. Cook' glass of beer: "it tastes f'xactlylike I
out by Lundy 3; by Outcelt 0. ,dy. Umpires--Welch and Eppeit. the boys are giving the appearance I the inttlninfi my husband has been
Earned runs none. Winning pitch- Time of game2 hours. that they will be the team to beat taking the last 30 years."








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Page Eight JAX AIR 22 May 1947

II NATIONAL IXAGDE' WINNERS 7

Season Record Boosted





To 15.4 By NAS Fli r' :." ,



I Bow To Florida Colors 7-5; "

I Trounce Charleston Navy, 12-7 \ 'It) I"I

By Doug Crocket, S2c ),k.to.. till'

The NAS Flier baseball nine ran its season record to

t 15-4 last week, when, after bowing to the Florida Gatorsfor

.. the second time in this campaign, it bounced back to

take a 12-7 decision from the Charleston Navy Bluejackets

ff tu Mason Field, Tuesday .

A I Hank Lacotta, blistering fast-ball artist, won his third ----

start of the season, conquering the
Bluejackets and holding the visi scored himself on an error.
$ e I tors to ten scattered hits. Thoughmore The Fliers broke loose from then ..- .
safe bingles rang from op- on scoring four runs in the third
ponents' bats against Lacotta in three in the sixth, one in the seventh -
this tilt than in any previous game. and added two more super-
I Hank bore down at will and fan- fluous markers in the eighth.

ned 12. He walked but three and I Filers 5; Florida U, 7
hit one batter with a pitched ball.A The Arymen suffered their

I new find was unveiled by fourth setback of the season on
I Coach T. S. Ary in this game in Thursday when they bowed to the
I the person of Bud Burges, recent 'Florida University nine, 7-5, at
a I transferee from Norfolk who took Mason Field. The Gators grabbed ...,
'over the duties at the hot corner their lead in the third and fifth
and stole the show. Bud collected innings when they clubbed three
two hits in four trips and handled tallies across the plate on both
three difficult chances without occasions, shelling starting hurler
mishap. His base-running left lit- Tony Gezeli from the mound in

--. 'A '.- tle to be desired as he stole five the fifth.
HERE'S THE METALS DIVISION Softball team which went undefeated In the National League to bases. On one occasion after walking Johnny Sheffield, appearing on _,
cop the loop title, the only diamond nine to go undefeated In both circuits. Sitting (left to right) are D.Miller he stole second, and when the mound in a fireman role, twirl- .
cf; D. L. Bolton, p; M. R. Hlmes, 2b; N. R. Lichvar, 3b; G. A. Tabacchi. ss; O. J. Martinez p. the catcher's throw was wild, ed the last four frames, giving up .
Standing (left to right) are Coach Rick Laurence 2b; R. I. Brandt If; I. R. Ostheimer, rf; team came all the way around to score. four hits and one run. He also
captain: Bill Cran, c; D. A. Roberts, cV.; IL Saunders, p; and D. T. Ki'mmel. Ib. One member was The Bluejacket lost little timein scored one of the runs In the Filer .
absent when the picture was taken. M. Bogdonov, If. The Metals team beat Cecil Field recently, scoring when they loaded the three-run uprising in the last of .
16-7, and lost to a strong YMHA nine, 12-11, in 10 innings of play. Their season ended Tuesday when bases In the first and then slapped the ninth.It .
they clashed with Flag Unit. Play in the second round will get underway next Tuesday. two quick singles to grab off :a was in this, the last inning,
--- 4-0 lead. that the Fliers almost upset the

The Arymen got two markers applecart, scoring three runs with

"All-Star" Softball Tilt NAS BOXERS AREUNSUCCESSFUL back in the second stanza when no order outs.to But end then hostilities.T. they went. downin

Burge singled and stole second. '
Ary smashed a one base knock to S. Ary singled to start the
Slated For 2000 Tonight IN left scoring Burge, and then rally and went to second when
Sheffield walked Dick Allen pro-
By Bill Kehl, S2c ceeded to blast a two-bagger to

A galaxy of stars will perform tonight when two "All- ALL-NAVY TOURNEY I Swimmers NeededFor Allen center,pilfered scoring Ary third and base Sheffield.and

Star" diamond nines clash for -top station honors on the '
No. they didn't fare so well at New Station then scored on a fielder's choice.
Power Plant ball field at 2000 under the arcs. An all-star Chicago but they gave the eventual Bob Adams doing an excellent job

outfit has been picked from the National League-and an winners plenty of uneasy j Aquatic Outfit on the mound for the visitors bore
I moments. down at this point and did not allow -
star-studded from the
equally team American loop. If jou'rc a swimmer and want
another man to reach first.
This first "All-Star" tilt to be held at NAS Jax is underthe j We're referring to the NAS to make sure the station has a
I Jax leather pushers who went to I limning team this summer, The locals grabbed off a leadin
auspices of the Mainside Physical the frame when
Great Lakes to in the first Christy
'- -- --- compete
: now's the time to do Moml'lhin"about .,.,
Training Department. The singled to left, stole second went
Eastern division of the All-Navy it."All .
'
program is being handled by; Ens MEET THE FLIERS' boxing championships. Mainside I to third in the attempt to cut him
T. S. Ary and Chief Robert Beau- qualified four matters but all lost Navy personnel' ," Ma1' Lt. down, and finally scored as Jack
dreau who have jointly made the Paul King, sulm mentor, "\\lio
out in the finals while one of the I Seldwltz flied deep to left. They
Intra-mural softball program one scrappers lost in his first outing. are Interested in competing on added to their scant margin in the
of the most successful sports setups I the station tank outfit should second as Wally Rages reached
Mike Hernandez, 135-: i
classy
yet staged at NAS Jax. sign up an soon' a"* po+sible. first two-base -
lost on a error by Doug
pounder. a split decision to :
1'lajers PickedA Bill Wenzel, former Chicago Lt. King Is getting a trust I Beldon, hot corner guardian for
GOld-I lined up now for the Seventh, Florida. He stole third and streaked -
meeting was held Tuesday t. en Gloves title holder. ........
candidates for the two : Eighth, and Ninth Naval 1)ivtrict home on a wild pitch. n. ,
pick the points had been turned in by thejudges
n to be heldat But the visitors the two
championships got
all-star nines with all team coaches the announcer made it
Indoor pool here at tallies back and in the
the
Each huge one more
and captains present. known that Hernandez had won )
NAS-NATTC Jax the last week third when combined three
coach or captain named his choice the srrap but after checking the'tabulation they
of July. The meet Mill be thequalifying hits and a free pass for three.
for each position: and then the ten : the correction was ,
round for the All-
mentors from each loop voted upon made runs.
the candidates.The "Kid" One Navy swim tournament which Things rolled along pretty
LoseKy
will also be staged here at the I smoothly in the fourth and the
roster for the National Ru-hard "The Kid" Casclano, indoor natatorium The AII-Na\y all of being .
League team is not completed as slugging little 118-lb. scrapper, meet N scheduled for the week I game a gave tight-lipped appearances pitchers' duel.
there were three men tied for both tost decision to his
a one-point opponent of 18 August. But in the fifth the ball game
the shortstop and second bast- old veteran. Cas-
a 27-year Swimmers In all the competitive >blew sky-high. Fred Camp of the
chores. The candidates for these his in the
outslugged
ciano man
w strokes are needed, as are Gators walked to start the disas-
were to be given try-outs first two frames. In the final
posts low board and high board divers. trous fifth and stole second. Andy
yesterday to pick the top notch infielder round experience started to tell,
Lt. King's tank team has been Bracken poppea to Allen and Wal-
for each position.Of and his opponent wore the local
weakened by the transfer of several ly Hages' spectacular catch of EdBrown's
boxer down to win the close decision
the 12 men named for the -1 of Its stellar performers. tremendous wallop saved ..'
senior circuit four of the from the judges.
lineup
Anyone Interested should contact an extra-base hit. But three consecutive -
members came from the loopleading' Another close decision was lost Lt King at E\t 5 93 or singles gave the visitor .
Metals Division. Over in the by Jimmy Regan, a rough, two- liklg. 726. three runs and the ball game. i
junior circuit, the leagueleadingA&R fisted pugilist in the 126-lb.. di-
personnel nine placed five M vision. Regan lost to C. C. Clem- NOT FAST ENOUGH :;
men on the roster. Also the man- mons. a scrapping' slugger from
..,. ,
ager of the American team will Pensacola.The .

be an A&Rer, Ed Heft, coach of .W/.. -"- -'-', -- fight was"close all three
the hard-hitting A&R nine. At A NATIVE OF: ST. LOUIS rounds and was an exhibition of
press time yesterday a coach for Mo., is handling the backstop clean, hard-hitting, scientific box-
the National League outfit had I duties for the NAS Flier baseball ing on the part of the NAS slug

not been named. nine this season in the per- ger. Regan led in the first two

National floater! son of Ken Werner, ex-soldier cantos, but Clemmons landed a .
and merchant mariner, who crushing right to the Jaw of Regan
For the Nationals, Crews CPO I in the third round to
stag-
stands but 5'8", is one of the early
Club Tuttle (NARTU), Martinez
),
heaviest and most consistent ger the Jax entry. Although Reg-
(Metals) and Blair Flag Unit) sluggers on the squad, poundingthe an slugged it out to the last min-
have been given the mound duties ute with the Pensacola mitter, he
pellet at a .333 and his
pace ,
for tonight's classic. Roberts of
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hustle and keenness have made could not overcome the impres- ?
Metals and White of NATS are sion the by the one,
him an outstanding cog in the upon Judges ,,
scheduled to see plenty of action 1947 machine. Werner played hard, staggering blow from Clem .' '. ,: f,
/A
behind the dish. At the initial I .
mons. -
some semi-pro ball at home be-
sack Robertson of the CPO Club I
fore coming into the service and Johnny Torres, entered in the
will hold down the post. Litch !I then caught in the Third Army 160-lb. class, was a victim of su- j In t i :
of Metals will hold down the hot
.305 and went : _
League in Europe-hitting perior punching power
corner In tonight's game. overseas. Discharged, he caughtIn down via the TKO route in the r,
In the outer gardens, Ashball the Municipal League in St. I second round.
(Mainside Dispensary, Tirpak Louis. After joining the Navy he .
(NARTU), Bran (Metals), and played last season for NOB, Umpires in the 1948 World Series
Comen (Flag Unit) are slated to Norfolk. He arrived at NAS justin received more money for their I
do a lot of fly-chasing if the time for the softball season stint than did the players of the
Strong American combine starts and became one of the most competing Boston Red Sox. As I I '
slapping the ball to the outfield. valuable players in last year's though the players don't have I, i zL\s$ t,4. :, ; k.

1 This team roster is not complete- league. enough against the umpires as it I .
for two more infielders and an out- is! :
fielder are to be added to the line- able to use. I I

Infield Named One man from the Marines nine e K
up.Heft will have some of his own Big Joe Eifert was a unanimous< also placed on the American line- I '

fads to work with tonight &a his choice for the first base Job, as up. i' ,
regular hurler (Pendergraaa, was Luquette of A&R at the hot Varsity To Ue Formed I <
catcher (Vanderwyst), short (Nuz- corner post. Zapashick of the Par- From the "stars" in this encounI I
zola) third-sacker (Luquette), and achute Loft copped the keystonesack ter tonight the NAS Jax varsity
his stellar performer in center position and Nuzzola was Softball nine will be formed. Any- non FIELDING, ace shortstop for the University of Florida's
(Salamone) vie for starting placed at short. one at Mainside is eligible to try- baieball: nine, streaks across' the first base sack but he's too late '
berths. Helping Pendergrass witn Five of the six outfielders named out for the team with. practice to beat Jack Seidwitz's throw to T. S. Ary for the third out in th the mound duties will be White of include Retrive of Mainside Personnel slated to get underway next Mon- eighth Inning of Thursday's tilt The out did not hurt the Galora, .

Hospital, and Johnson from' Op- !; ; Taylor, Parachute Loft; day at 1630 at the Plant diamond. however,.aa they went on to win the game, 7-::>, after shelling Touy, .. .. ..!
erations. Cooper of Hospital ia the IlacDanlels, Operations; Gplaski A coach will be. named at a later Gezelt from the mound. It was the second time this season that tlw., ; .. ':iI!
other back-stop which Heft wnt IT y'; and Salamone from A&R. date for the varsity outfit. local horsehiders bowed to the Florida aggregation. '. ... i .





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