Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1947
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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e. Vol. 5-No. 9 tULUUUJ LLLIUilLLLUIHI 29 May 1947

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


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s':.: Ship's Service j

r,' Laundry Adopts Captain Brady To Leave

Piece Rate PlanNew

< Result System In ExpectedTo Lowered I Next Week For Alaska

Prices, Better ServiceA -I

new system of operation'' Comdr. Emrick Will Serve

.will be inaugurated by the I

Ship's Service laundry this As Skipper Until
& Captain
Monday, it was announced

. yesterday by Lt. (jg) R. W.

" Breault. Ship's Service Offi I 's Duckworth Reports HereCaptain
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cer.Ihe .
.; new plan involves a changeover Anthony R. Brady, Commanding Officer of the
..... from pound to piece rates Jacksonville Naval Air Station since 21 June 1915, will leave

,,*" :.- and ered la prices expected and better to result service.in low-Another I NAS Tuesday for Adak, Alaska, for duty as Commander of

..,;: advantage to the new mode 1' i the Naval Operating Base and Commanding Officer of the
of operation is that patrons will Naval Air Facility there. Comdr. Paul E. Emrick, NAS Executive -

.. know in advance exactly what i Officer, will serve as acting C_ .0, until_ the_ arrival__ ___ of_ _
it- "'" their laundry will cost when ready. I Captain Brady's relief, Captain 1-- --- -__ ____
.Ii: ", Beginning Monday each item Herbert S. Duckworth, on 11 July.
r.; sent in to be laundered will bear I. The past two weeks have been NAS lAX FALLING
a fixed rate. Laundry bags are i filled with an almost endless round
', still. required, but will be washed of farewell parties for the popular
w: without cost. Shirts will be done 'Commanding Officer. Climax: was DOWN IN PAYROLL
.: for 10 cents mattress covers-10 I last night's affair at the 0" Club
cents, bath towels-3 cents, and where hundreds of station officers
skivvies-1 cents. Similar low I and their guests gathered to wish i BOND PURCHASES
prices prevail on other Items. the Captain good-bye.

The new laundry slips which j: -. The frigid climes of the Alaska-
must accompany each bundle will CAPTAIN ANTHONY H. BRADY, left. NAS Commanding Of- Aleutian territory will seem all the I NAS Jacksonville, once one
be ready tomorrow, it was stated. ,, ficer for the past two years, will be detached Tuesday for duty at more rigorous to the retiring skip- I of the leading naval air activities -
They will be available at the laun- Adak, Alaska. Comdr. Paul E. Emrick, right. Executive Officer, per who, in addition to serving at : from the standpoint of
dry distribution branches and will serve as Commanding Officer until the arrival ot Captain H. S. NAS Jacksonville for the past two i participation in the Savings
the laundry bins. The cost 0.t.1 Duckworth the station's eighth skipper, in July. years, is a native Floridian. Bornin
laundering all articles will ----- Fernandina, 13 June 189S. he Bond Program by civilian em-
printed. right on the blank tickets. attended Belmont College in North ployees, has slipped far down

Another change made possibleby Wlcmoriat <2)) y 1947 Carolina before being appointed to I the ladder, according to information -
the new system is the provisionfor the Naval Academy in 1918. Ha received here from

bundle receipts for those desiring By Chaplain Francis Lee Albert ... received his commission as en- II Washington this week.
them. The laundry slips at sign in June, 1922, and was pro-
the distribution branches will have May :30th is America's Memorial Day-a day set apart moted to his present rank on 1 Despite a slight decrease in
receipts attached to them. These by the National Government; for the public decoration of April 1913. I payroll participation NAS San

mu.jt be filled out in front of the the graves of the heroes of the Army, the Navy. and the After graduation from the I Diego continued to lead all Naval
clerks who will place the portion I Air Stations in the Savings BonJ
Marine Corps. As approach this annual memorial Academy, Captain Brady servedon
containing the itemized list in the the USS Pittsburgh, USS Simp I Program during April with 43.3%
bundle and give the other part to it is altogether fitting and proper that we should let son, USS Parrott USS Huron and of all civilian employees enrolled'
the customer as a receipt for the our minds run back over the war periods in American His- USS Edsall In August, 1928. he I in the Payroll Savings Plan.
bundle. Patrons who do not wish tory as we do honor and homage to those brave men who reported for flight training to I I Norfolk strengthened its hold

without receipts will use the laundry slips I were willing to lay down their lives on the altar of Liberty ." AS Pensacola, being designated a on 1.3'e second place by reporting a
attached which
receipts increase which raises its
naval aviator in June of the following -
will be available on the bulkhead that "the nation might live, and that the lofty purposes. Since that time he participation to 44.9f/f. '

(Continued on Page 2)) the proud history, and the sacred traditions of their beloved has served year.continuously in naval Alameda, in third place, also reported -
America might be preserved for posterity. aviation. an increase from 41.8% toc..8rr.
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Fleet Reserve Picnic We think of our Revolutionary forefathers, who loved In July. 1929. Captain Brady during the The past biggest four improvement month

Set For Lake GenevaThe liberty more than life; of fiery Patrick Henry, who cried in joined Utility Squadron-2. aviation shown by Norfolk which climbed was
old St. John's Church, Richmond, "Give me Liberty or giveme unit of the USS Raleigh, and In from seventh among Air Stations

Ladies Auxiliary of the death!" of the little Continental Army in winter quartersat September Scouting 1930 Squadron-6, was transferredto of that I tIn January to the runner-up spot
Fleet Reserve Association will holda it
Valley Forge poorly shod that their foot in the I now holds.
basket picnic for Fleet Re- so prints cruiser. Detached from that as- At present NAS Jacksonville's
serve members and their familiesat snow were stained with blood; Washington, beloved leader signment in May, 1931, he returned I (Continued on Page 3)
Keystone: Heights picnic of vision and power, who knelt there in the snow in prayerto to Pensacola where he had duty tI
grounds on Lake Geneva (Bland- of armies and nations. until August 1933. During this pe I
the God Such were our forebears. riod he made the flight in Decem-
ing There Road is) tomorrow a 12-cent admission They looked for a better day. They fought tyranny. They ber from Norfolk, Virginia to San Dick Rankin PIcys

charge for persons over 12 years gained their independence. They founded the United Statesof Juan, Puerto Rico, for the aerial For
I of age. Lockers may be rented America. May we be worthy sons of worthy sires! survey of the island, and later to Ship's DanceAt
for 25 cents, and boats are avail- We think of the dark of Venezuela and Nicaragua on aerial
too, period the Civil War, when survey duty. In September 1933, NAS TonightOne
able for 25 cents an hour or $1.00
for the entire day. Liquid re- the Nation that was established such a cost was threat he reported for duty in connection
freshments will be supplied! by the ened with disruption; when state was aligned against state, with fitting out the USS New Or- of the biggest events on
Association. families were divided and even brother fought against leans, serving on that cruiser until the new Summer season's enter-
I June, 1935 when he was trans- tainment calendar 13 slated for to-
Members to attend
expecting Mrs. E B. brother. Nothing in all the range of warfare is more tragic ferred to duty with Scouting night when Dick Rankin and Ins
should 2-8353:phone and tell her the number Malleyt I than civil strife. More than eighty years ago that struggle Squadron-11, aviation unit of the Orchestra play for a gala Ship's

._- i the family attending the picnil'.1 (Continued on rage) : (Continued on Page 3) Dance at the Mainside auditorium.
The affair will get underway
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promptly at 2030 and will wind up
Births At Dependent's Unit NEPHEW SWEARS IN UNCLE at 2400
I ..........- ...........- -- This popular band has just completed -
Pass 2,000 Mark Last Week' a tour of famed night spots
m the East. It will start a long list

By! Dour Crocket Sic nf engagements in the South and
Staff Write baby Its the' 2.000th delivery! Mf Southwest after its appearance
but you said hero at NAS
," the 2,000th baby" What'sthat' "You must have misunderstood It is the policy of the Welfare
. Of we're interested '
You see. there are twins, etc + Di-paitmetit to present a top-flight
: Be over1"Scurrying I
right which bring the actual total number on-lu'stra at a Crew's Dance once
to the
copy-littered' of babies to 2,050." every two months
,, editor's desk we said, hesitantly, I
It was a good story, -
"That was Dr. Masterson on the I anyway r
phone. He wanted to know whether so we continued. By the time WP I r" WeeklyBaseball
; left the hospital we had raked A
') we could use >4 story on the
2,000th baby born at the Depend- through half a dozen files and E ScheduleToday
ent's Unit of the Naval Hospital. knew almost as much about the 4i
We are interested aren't we?" I Unit as we did about the Air >
The editor spun around in his I' News. Here'3 the facts as we found Y lull AAF n""e-tu.rrl'ion Field
battered swivel chair, looking at I them: i :, vari i VI West' Palm Beach, FlagFriday
The historic delivery took placeat
us as if we were mad for dar- C
ing to ask such a question. "Get 2307, 20 May, in the person I' Cecil FletJ-Away ..
going" he barked, tersely of a seven-pound, eight-ounce baby > 1 Saturday
bus made girl. Proud parents of the childare .
Hopping a station we Charleston Fleet ReserveM.v
AMM2c, and
Jack D. Gross
down to the hospital area '
way ( on Field.-.Start' at IG3( )
of 217 South
Mrs Dorcas Gross
Out of breath we rushed into theDependent's
Unit in search of the. Cherry St Starke Fla Sunday
..,..... t\"YIrt-Away
doctor. The odor of ether, new- The actual 2,000th baby a boy --<' -- ;!
born infants, and other typical was brought into the world on (5 RECRUITING FOR TilE new Civilian Naval) Reserve shot upward I Monday
hospital smells assailed our nos- May. Don C. McICanna, ACMM, sharply during the observance of Naval Reserve Week here Elln Field '
f trils as we walked into his office. and Carrie McKanna* are the par- An unusual enrollment was the swearing in of Julian Glass, a phar- I (la'Wn 1"Jt"M-'itart." ,at 1630)) ., '
'1 Settling down, we inquired. "Now, ents. macist's mate during World War II, by his nephew, Lt (1)g I Gene Wednesday
". what about this 2.000th, baby? Since the commissioning of the Glass NARTU Recruiting Officer. Since Julian signed up( m the Brook, Army Medical Center. '. 3-
:,: Has it been born yet?" Unit }tn December, 1914. Less babies Alt Reserve, it looks like uncle' will be taking orders from u Y-I-w (At San Antonio, Texas) f
: _, "Oh, but It's not the 2,000th (Continued on Page'2)) from. now on I
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Two JAX AIR NEWS 29 May 1947

Seventh Naval District Tennis
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Tourney Set For 6-7 June Here

Announcement was made this week by the Physical

i- Training Department at Mainside of the Seventh Naval .

iw I District:; Tennis tournament which will be held at NAS Jax

I next Friday and Saturday, G and 7 June. The tourney will be

under the auspices of the Mainside\ FT Department and will

be played) on the WAVES tennis courts.

Only two entries have been received -
so far, one from Key West,
yrI and the other from the host team.

The two entered by NAS are Lt.
2 I Emmett Ferguson and Pfc Bobby
I Radin. Radin recently copped the

rI F enlisted men's singles tennis (cham
raI prri I pionship. These two men will vie

i iI i for honors in the singles championships -
and then will pair together
Ny nAN O'HUYANT, Y2c to make NAS Jax's doubles

kAS I "Tempus" do "fugit" and it's team.

time for another column already Go t<, 1'enMMMiL*

Ruth Gill-pardon me I mean The singles champion runnerup -

: : ___ C'artlerpuJlt'd a fast one on us. and the winning doubles} team
\Ve were all planning; to attend her will\ ) compete against representnI -
wedding here on the station but I from Com Eight and ComI -
: k she "went and done it" while on I I Nine at NAS Pensacola! the following -
]' s, A h leave That's a mighty purty"! week-end for the championship .
dress' to leave hanging in
| and title of group fight.;
I"U the barrack, Ruthie. Congratulations i Trfe winners will then go to the
and all stuff like that thereto I U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis,

the new couple. Maryland, to take part in the All-
Another new MAA has appearedon Navy match the week of 29
the scene Mary Ra!lch 1 is i 1, June toes July. 5
the luckygal/ ) If something -
1 finals this
year mEan
seems to be mining from
more than they usually do in the
the WAVES Dispensary' It's because
racquet world: The winners will
Jennie Payne is on 30-day
represent the Navy as a team in i
leave (wonder who she known ? )
i attempting to wrest the Leech
and Helene Hirsch is' definitely lost!
y with Hazel Miller away on leave Trophy symbol of Army-Navy mipremacy -
from the of the
But Helene still has the "Green grasp

Hornet" to keep her company. I Army
I I The Army won the last Leech
We hear "Parky" felt a little
Trophy in competition before tho
out of place last Saturday morning ''
war and has retained possessionof '
Wonder how many gals will
the since that time. The
be at the "lawn party" next week? cup
of the
Secretary Navy recently
We understand that the first one
challenged the Secretary of War
was such a huge success' they're
for the right of the Army to retain
decided to hold more of them. A
,, the cup and the Secretary of War
word to the wise should be mifflclent I
has accepted the challenge.The .
Better to wear your hat and
keep of the grass' than have a first matches were stagedin .
beautiful week-end fouled up. IJ'24 and were held every sum

r The shuffle of personnel contin mer up to and including the summer -
S ue" even though it is a trifle one- of 1939. except for the years
k ) sided' lately The short-timers con- of 1936 and 1938. The Army won

rinm to plod on into the outside the coveted trophy only three
,.tld Every day we !see more times, 1921-25: and in 1130.* The
use boxes on the quarterdeck Navy holds the decided edge in the
ontaming little blue suits avvaitili Leech matches to date with vic-

: \ : reconversion.!; The girls leavingus tories from 1926 through 11)38.)
< _'11\ are in for some reconversion, .

too Madeline MacDonald is
KNKOLLEES; IN" THE STATION'S apprentice naming program spend one week out of every going back to Maine to teach BirthsContinued

four in the classroom studying such subjects as mathematics, science, history, and English. Upon school! can't you just imagineher
completion of their apprenticeship they will receive not only Certificates of Apprenticeship from the mustering her pupils before ( from 1'age 1)

_ Navy Department but will be eligible for high school! diplomas if they do not already possess them. and after happy hour, assigningextra : were born during
(Top photo) J. R Dorman, Apprentice Supervisor, instructs a class in mathematic! (Lower photo) duty for throwing spit-balls, : March, April, and June February thanin ,
the student-trainees work on their assignments! during one of the scheduled study periods.!! Just like holding field day once a week, and other months May of the

regular school) pupils, the young men undergoing apprentice training must also worry about homework all in all. confusing' the already bewildered But any In April 1945, one of the yrar.less

occasionally.: offspring of unsu!
ing parents ? Well, it may not be number of 123 babies were born,
peanuts, and that you'd better who knows when it'll) be YOU In that bad, but there will, no doubt a high that has not yet been

Hospital come along, too, 'cause it's going print! be some changes made. I topped.It .
to be lots of fun. There'll be some This weEk we give you the one- Mr. and Mrs. Gushanus have was also found out that one
pretty Jax misses on hand to helpin Jegged wonder the most amaz- returned from leave looking happy out of every 135 deliveries has
the festivities. This one takes ing jitterbug now in captivity and all ready: to settle down. been a twin, that 103 girls are
ChatterBy place 1{tOO today in the Grove. Paul W. Stanley, seaman twice in Say, what are we gonna call "Pet" born to every 100 boys, and that
Puhleeze, Mr. Weatherman! j a row, of St. Louis, Missouri for short, now ? Mrs. Pete maybe! 75: children had been born so far
WHITE Another baseball trip is on the Stan declares his favorite hobbiesto Send in two liberty cards with this month.
Scoreboard for next week 6 be sketchm' and talkm', and we your entry and watch for an-
Friday saw the team close the June. Jacksonville is one of the can vouch for his talent in both nouncement of the winner.Ship's And the first baby was born
at the Dependent's Unit 12 De..
two leading teams of the South If you've any doubt about either, t J on
first half of the League with a cember, 1914, and the first set ;
Atlantic League and by then take a look at the Red) Cross Bulletin -
badly needed win over the Inspec- may be the top one! So save your Board almost any day, and ServiceContinued of Easter twins came into 1045.: the world on

tion Department by the score of nickels for peanuts 'n' pop, and there'll you'll see his posters. As Sunday,

42. With Galloway having a perfect sign up with your Red Cross recreation for the talking) well just ( from Pace 1) One thing we were certain of
worker for the trip. stick half an ear out in his direction outside the bins. The procedure on the trip back to the office. It
day at the plate, three for
the editor didn't like
PATIENT OF THE WEEK; arid you'll know he's gifted will be the same as in the past in the story,
three, and White striking out 13 we could ask for tranwf
Herewith we want to start a in gab too. You'll hear him, those cases. always a -
and allowing but one scratch! hit, ; new feature for this column. We yes you will! I Patrons of the laundry were >r to the hospital for duty as a
this' was an easy one. This gives usa ; want to take our journalistic Stan's future plans include ; cautioned against depositing their corpsman

League record of tnx wins spotlight and turn it on someonewe school, and a career in commercial -' bundles with the old-type laundry -
consider the PATIENT OF art. We'll be a-betting that slips after tomorrow since all
three defeats.
against "
I THE WEEK. They're all fellows : he'll be a success in anything he work accepted over the weekendwill 0" CLUB
There ie no reason why we cannot you know, but ma'beH' can unearth tackles In fact, when he finds be completed under the new

go undefeated (and we will) i j some interesting things you I himself with that other leg on full- I system. Bundles containing the old ''l/oII'J
in this next fection. We cannot I haven't yet discovered about them time going status again, it'11 be slips will be rejected and returned I

keep on losing games! by one run, I So watch your private )life, for I impossible tel hold him down, unwashed, Ship's Service said. I: Another of those popuJ.1r"Shipwre'k" .
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and that's how we have lost every- Dances is sched-
one so far. IHOT WEATHER ,rUN___ -I i uled for Saturday night at the
Any of you who did not get "O" Club starting' at 2100. Mu-
down to see the All-Star game last sic will be furnished'! by Dick
Thursday certainly missed! a good k a Wa rs Mh. Rankin and his Orchestra. ;
Prizes will be awarded for
chance to see some very good soft-
ball. The Hospital was represented S the best costumes, but costumeis
by two players' Charles Cooper not required. You may come
and White. Cooper caught four and r m uniform or "civvies" if you'renot
one-half innings of errorless ball in the mood for costuming.

plus getting two hits out of two I A special menu will be served
times at bat. White pitched three ,, in the dining room from 3600! to

innings, struck out eight, and allowed gJa i 2030, but reservations should be
but one hit.Congratulations a made early by phoning ext.

are in order for ; I 8154.Effective
at once, several I
Mr. and Mrs. Barbarick (Sheriff)
on the arrival of a baby boy. All changes have been made in J
of us who saw the chief hopping uniform regulations. Every day
y" except Saturday, the uniformat
from the ball game to Dependents'Unit
and back last Sunday afternoon the Club after 1800 will be
realize what a sweat out this --sal. I the uniform of the day with tie
or 'civvies" with coats' On Sat-
was for him.
urday after 1800, the uniform
AH that can be seen of the boys I will be
service dress whites or"civvies"
on the ward from 0000 to 1600 is ; .
with coat and tie.
backs and elbows. The fellows are :
A solo-vox and piano playerhas
all out the decks,
really going on been engaged at the Club
and they are really looking nice. who will play in the dining
When this done all wards
job la
room during the dinner hour
certainly rate a 4.0 inspection. and after dinner in the bar until -
Hey, all you country guys 'n'gals. 2300. On Saturday and Sun-
Here's one for you. It's FAVORITE GATHERING PLACE on these hot and humid days is not Ship's Service, the Library, day the bar will be at
*Goober Gatherin Time in the or even the Mamsidc Lounge It's the Mainside swimming pools where you can cool off with a brief 1300 and waiters will serve beverages I
Grove". And jut so you city- dip or just laze around and soak up some sun. A popular pastime, in addition to diving in the small in on the I
slickers won't feel :left out, we'll pool, H!' water basketball in the large pool where a group can nearly always be found after working pool deck: until paper 3800..i'age cups.
tell you right now that goobers are | hours or on week-ends trying their hand at this rugged game.

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29 May 1947 JAX. AIR NEWS Pacra Three _

NAS Jax iVoatlIlU4'd

y wr. r.Me. ( front Page" 1)>> I I I

participation Is approximately

39%. :
The percentage of participation
for the air station group as a

whole duiing April was 41.2%, aj NIs
compared to an average of 32.2% J AnUc
for all shipyards, 46.9% for naval
ordnance activities, 43.1'7" for all 1 !
supply activities, and 40 6% for
all Naval District Headquarters,
The over-all Navy average for
participation in the Navy saving)

plan was 45.3%, or an averageof
.7% over March.
Total bond sales throughout the

? Navy during April amounted to
869473125. of which $4,116-
337.50 was invested by civilian MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM vMovkN

ployees and $1,578,393.75 by Wt"ekday1730 and 2000; Week-end*--1430 and 2000.
military personnel. TIIUKMY

Total issues for 1917 through 30 DANCE-Dick Rankin and his Orchestra: Starts at 2030.
April 1917 amounted to approxi- FRIDAY

mately 31 million dollars, or an "DEVIL ON WHEELS," featuring D Hickman.&ATUKDAY .
average of more than 7.7 million AM* SUNDAY

dollars per month. "RAMROD," starting Joel McCrea.
Bond purchases by Navy civilianand :MONDAY

military personnel have ac- "TIME OUT OF MIND," with P. Calvert. -
'"ounted for about 3'J, of all Series TUESDAY! :: AM WKDNbSDAY:
E Bonds issued by the Treasury "
"THEY WON'T BELIEVE ME. starring Robert Young
a Yti1 Department this year It was THURSDAY
1 4ry r '
4tated. "DANGER STREET," with Jane Withers.
1 )' J .
rah t I

"Quick: Radio the ground patrol I ee another one out Meet Next Thursday TIirifsDAY AND FRIDAY
of uniform mi Main Street!" "THE TWO MRS CARROLLS" featuring Humphrey Bogart:
The Jacksonville Navy Wives SATURDAY
I II I bought himself a trailer. Club No. 86 will hold its regularblmonthly "DANCER STREET," with Jane Withers. I'

night he tan be found scraping! I, meeting next Thursday SUNDAY
paint or hammering on something, 5 June, at the home of the "DEVIL ON WHEELS," featuring D. Hickman.
it any i of you chiefs owe Woody president, Esther R. Wise at MONDAY AND TUKSDAY
anything, you can find him and his 1231A Hancock Street NAS "RAMROD," starring Joel McCrea.
"Blue> Goose" in the rear of 1311B Guests and new members are wel. V\ KDNKSDAY"TIME ,
Rand children. Refreshments will beserved .
Max Hintz has repainted bin goo ,
buggy a beautiful maroon. A verynice "THEY WON'T BELIEVE ){E," starling Robert Young
All members and
guests are Invited
job, Max.
lly J. K NKLKN: AC'MM I to an old-fashioned: Box Supper OTHER EVENTS
Your CPO Softball Team, Club Don't forget the dances at the Picnic to be held in the playground -

, "Chism Green Dragons", finish- every Saturday and have night Come behind the Nursery at 1750 BINGO 'ARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.ATHLETIC .
one come all a good
ed its first round in 2nd place by time. the following evening, it was announced GEAK:-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and

defeating the Fire House, 8 to 2, While the grownups are Mustm Road 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room, topside .
;J last Tuesday The Club was beat Chief Erickson went fishing having their box supper, a marsh- Bldg. 726, 0800-1700 on work days.:

/;: en on Wednesday evening by the with Van Blarcom and Louis I mallow roast will keep the child- 3UEIml'J...\ E SHOP-Rear of Bldg. 39, open 1200-2400
Gratz. The rains and all
came got ren occupied
Young Men's Hebrew Association and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.BOWLING ,
" soaked. Finally Swede got a bite Club officials stated that the dally
tI::, team There was not enough -Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building
root-j Hauling back on his pole he hearda Navy Wives Club sponsored Nursery -
out to aid the term
ers I 3. from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700-
F hard climb to More of snap The pole splintered, but he closed since 19 May, wouldreopen No. Alleys open
victory. .
,rt you I I :2100 Saturdays and Sundays.OXIl'i
got his fish just the same a six- as scheduled 16 June
:.;: can get out there, we know, so : on 0 For mtormation regarding workouts contact Lieut.
I inch speckled poich Congrats, big with the new 17-hour system in
i""' let :! get going boy. effect. I Comdr. A, J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
The picnic held for the team 1 1500.
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1-" at Click Creek, Sunday, was a huge I MA1NS1DK I.Ot:1IiGt-Formerly: the Reception Center located in

c; success The highlight of the day : the South wing of Building No 955, Is open to NAS personnel and
''," w.Chll'f Hook Wagner and his | their guests Mom 1000 to 2l00: daily Available for wedding receptions -
\ little pig. Ho finally did catch it,
with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho
by arrangement
know. I I
'I nograph available: for use of all hands.
Three members of your Club's L1BKAKY-Located on second d'!CA of Mainside Recreation Build

.-i., tram played in the All-Star game: I ing No. :3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
,. : ,. Chief Crews, lIe>rbie "The Star"Abrams / from 1100 to 1630 Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
;f:', and "Big Swede" Robertson ij j SWIMMING-loutdoor( pools: i Daily Monday through Saturliay-
0800 to 1900; Sunday--1200 to 1900.
r: Where has Hook been hiding GOLI'-Course open from 1000 to.sunset: daily. Saturday and Sun
{ g I
s; these last few days ? We ve been day from 09001700. Golf clubs are avaUable at Golf House. Bathing
,:. told that the wagon broke. trunks prohibited on Golf Course

Chief Stanton, that's "Skinny"I I -\SL'lIOH.\Gt-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
to those who know him. en i9 I I, cArdd and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason:
on leave, and since he is the beat !
rooter the club has, all our play- I I I II
and balls available
TENNlSs-Racquets are at the Physical Train-
era are rather" lonesome Hurry I i iI Ing Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mus tin and
back, "Skinny. !
Yorktown Roads).
I :
It has been noted that Chief"Ace"
f ; j: AHCII"UY-Club: located in Bldg. 899, open daily from 1800to
; Bolin of the Inspection Department I II
2200; Saturday from: 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
has gone and got himself I I'I
A brand new leading chief by Everyone
t-" the name of Audrey Pizza. Miss ark. I 1 N UUS"ltYClosed: from 19 May to 16 June to prepare for
serviceHhKK .
Pizza, hails from Norfolk, Va., and changeover to 17-hour-a-day

it must 1 be told that she is a very \\ TO GO A&IIOKK;
beautiful little lady. Congratulations
to you both, and many happy J USO Armed Service Center 122 West ForsytU Street. Lounge
years together I open 0800-2300; dormitory open 24 hours a day-with showers, shaving

As you folks who were at last facilities, etc.
Tu M-Iay'j Bingo know, there are i
r1 1911 when he was transferred to
no more Bmgos on Friday
nights Every Tuesday evening, I Capt. Brady duty as Commander: Utility
however, well be there to help Wing, Atlantic Fleet
you folks sweat it out. i (Continued front Page 1) In March, 1914. Captain Brady
MM Lillian G. Varley of Providence I New Orleans had charge of fitting out the USS

R. 1? 1 III visiting her daughter From June, 1936, until September Takanis Bay at Astoria, Oregon,
Mrs Iva May Nelen. of 1441A 1938, Captain Brady again I assuming command of that carrier
Child Street NAS. I Ii was on duty at Pensacola, servingas escort when she was commission
It has been brought to the attention .1w I an instructor and later in com- I ed, 15 April 1914 He reported to
of scribe that i NAS Jacksonville from commandof
your a certain mand of Training Squadron
chief in A&R has been given a y i ,) VN1D8 In September, 1938 he the Takanis
letter of commendation bv his senior H joined Patrol Squadron-10. based Comdr. Emrick, who will assume
civilian Homer> B. ti. Harbor command of the station as acting
supervisor. r on Pearl assuming com I
Prichard. ACMM, is his name mand of that squadron later re- Commanding Officer, la a nativeof
Congratulations to you, Chief and designated Patrol Squadron-25 in Butler Pa.. He graduated from

believe you me, folks, he sure deserves May. 1939. Transferred in August, the Naval Academy in June. 1932,
itChief i. .. a a .. .. eftq 1940 to command of Utility and was promoted to commander
Van Haase's wife has been Squadron-1, attached to the USS on 18 November 1912.
very sick of late. We sure hop Till: DAKKll1KKD: American actress: starred in the British Rigel. he served in that command I Following his graduation,
shi> gets better fast, Knowing technicolor: production "Stairway To H aven" which played at the : until May 1941 Returning to the I Comdr. Emrick served for two

Grace's ways, we believe she will. station movie a couple of weeks ago Her name's Kim Hunter, and I United States, he had duty in the years aboard the USS Concord,
Rust Woods ACM. better knownas Hollywood ought to hunt'er right up and bring her: bait to Flight Division, Bureau of Aeronautics : and from October, 1931, until Feb
"Hon-Alon; Woody1. has America. I from June to December, ''ruary. 1936 he was under Instruc-
tion at Pensacola Afterward ho
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served in the air units of the USS

STALEMATE By Harold Jone. Sl The Hero Houston until June, 1938 and InTorpe.I
) Squadron-2 attached to

the carrier Lexington, for a year.
In June, 1939, he reported for
duty as instructor at Pensacolaand
HELP WA rFpi NAS Miami'until August,
i 1911. From September 1941, to
YOUNG tqDY r iJ February, 1912 he had duty in
e- -- ESIRIi5r0 connection with the fitting out of

Torpedo Squadron-S, attached to
GUARD the Hornet followed by a similar

VALUABLE assignment with Torpedo Squad-
PROPERrr i ron-9. He commanded this squadron 1-
from November 1912 to December
I 1943.

U Before reporting to Jackson- '"
,- .. ville as Executive Officer, Comdr."
Emrick served aa air officer and :.
I tT) V.-- later an navigation officer of the
carrier Essex.
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Editorial Office EDITOR'S I

South Wing, Loner Deck Bldg. 9SO AIR NEWS I )

Telephone Extension 8184 aroused a ,.
M. Editor the form of
Arthur Greene-
limitations \\
The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at th It .' ; --
U. S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida and appears
printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at t
no expense to the government and In compliancE e 'Twas a
with SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918: dated 12 De Sat down, ;
comber 1945.: Copies are distributed free of charg Homesick for

at the Naval Air Station the Naval Air Technical When God .'
Training Center the Headquarters of the Naval V ;t

Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters o t Where he f
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Ai: Does the dew .,}
Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunneiy Range: Is there no -4j1 't

And the U. S. Naval Hospital. No wind, nor :
Bear Admiral Ralph Davlson. Too bad he V 1f4
Commandant, Seventh Naval District As provided
thief .( !Naval Air Advanced Training ,

-. Captain Anthony R. BradY L'SN. Commanding Our Florida ( .I p
Jacksonville Naval Air Station To North and ;
They take no
Captain Howard V, Hopkini. USN, Commanding But
Naval Air Technical training Center grab ;
Rote with
C.KWa,Robert ... G.llm . USN. Commanding Some also
U. S. Navaj Hospital

CaptaIn F. W. Prleitnan. USNR. Commanding Though born a)
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit They're

Lt. Col. T. C. Moore, Jr.. USMC, Commanding Where As he who ;4t
they ;
trine Barracks _

CWlaia Jule F. Schumacher, USN Commanding Such From a
Natal Air Gunnery Range
', I always wear my parachute on liberty. Never can tell
USN. Commanding We got "
Frederick J. Biuih.
Cunxlr. won't be able to pull out of a dive!tOO f
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field And after ; .
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We like to .
Opt. Alexander M. Hear. USMO .
Marine Aviation Detachment Decent and ; 1I
So please 1 .r!
Tbe JAI AIR NEWS receive Ship's Editorial Association ma He'll have -
terlaJ. Replication of credited matter prohibited without N,
permitsion of SEA Washington 25. D. C. Replication of any Bulletin
other matter, except by tervlee publications. I. prohibited ::
without. permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. ,
will be accepted until
I been filled, but not later

mC'lIloriaf 1947 I Tuesday Ext. 2SO.
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Continued from Page 1 Some I

ended and the Union was 'preserved. Now you will chairside Lt. Comd.modal Riner radio at -;2-6244 phono- THE LINCOLN READER is a .li:

is bitterness nor hatred. that in good condition. Con- biography written by 65 authors.
there day
no more "
Schumacher \.lIIR Hancock From their writings, Paul Angle,
to listen to : the editor, has chosen selections :

"No more shall the war-cry sever, Christ, help wrist watch. >ee Overhaul Chief and arranged them to form an integrated "1
1351 Engine
Nor the winding rivers be red ; will be and narrative. In this way ,
he has created an interesting and
They banish our anger forever Now as ..- saddle baa motorcycle". extra lighti new picture of Abraham Lincoln el;
When they laurel the graves of our dead. listening. Ilk. new Han been ridden PUPPET THEATRE HAND '!

old fable of would 20,000 consider milei. Will trade pelt for car for BOOK by Marjorie Batchelder is a

Under the sod and the dew member he Ruiser. ext 236 or 7-8212. highly readable as well as gt'ec-
with large room Ha tical book on this subject. 'Brief
Waiting the Judgment Day- that nobody ihrubbery. Hardwood floori. ly summarizing the history of the
Love and tears for the Blue the wolf kitchen large well drained
at 1476 Murray Drive. See puppet stage, it plans a show and
Tears and love for the Gray." help, his at hop 305. AAR, between then describes-with careful dia

their 1900. grams and directions-every type

We think of the Spanish-American War, I motor.'ould one-half horsepower accept 1&Neptune gun or of shadow, hand and rod puppet;
wrist watch for trade Lt. *". the offshoot 'humanette', the marionette
and our hearts are thrilled with pride at pretty tired onl"A;,a 27306. I ; the materials from which .

America's part. In every time of national cri form use movie camera with 2.5 the types are made and the various ,
new. tall. Lt. }'. C. ochor, "
methods of control
sis, strong men and loyal women have responded versation I .
to the country's call to service. into every i bathinette in excellent con. Robert Briffault's new novel,
new. Will aell both NEW LIFE OF MR. MARTIN, is
Americans can never forget Admiral George Name in 1 Contact Chief Guerini at a combination of adventure, social

Dewey's brilliant victory on :Manila Bay, get angry St.. NAP satire, and philosophy It is laid

where he destroyed a whole Spanish Fleet Holy Name. Road.new condition.McAllister See. at 14,0 in England and Europe during
the from 1926 1936 when
school boy's 25-foot Glider in excellent period to
without losing a man. Every that the --
on good lot near NA*. Owner the opposition between the fascis-
heart beats faster and every man's pride becomes talking to to aea Inquire at Air tically inclined upper classes and
he reads how Colonel Court or see Montgomery the
more as Christ" Hhrht: Teat new democratic forces began J
Theodore Roosevelt's Hough Riders stormedthe have for motorcycle Ext. a'8 or 613 to crystalize in the form of the

slopes and captured San Juan Hill. Thoseare ing. ] *. Spanish Civil War, It is a fantastic -
swing for porch or lawn story and not one to be read
the records that keep our patriotism devil and reasonably. Call Mm. H. K in a hurry +
;2-2216; ; or see at 5214 San Juan
keen-that make us know the caliber of the lows in The library offers variety of

men of our Army and our Navy. Americahas who was at 1217,\ Hancotk St. entertainment, for there are books
I ext. 845 and ask for Unnkley.:!
of all types to suit various tastes t.
never lost a war and, what is more im A wedding gown never worn.
: over 1125. will tell for *75.I I and inclinations. Those mentioned
portant, America has never been found fight. Christ. You I Barracks, ext. :.161, Ruth here are but a sample of what

ing on the side of the wrong. the name house In limuqiiana Manor is available

We think of the American heroes of hear the from bus tine, two blocks'
Have room for several from
Grammar School, 1'j passenger
World War I, who were willing to cross the as obscene NAS. Screened porch new Edgewood Ave. and Roosevelt Blvd. to .!
electrlve stove, ice box the Mainside area, working hour* CK>0
ideals. Sev-
of American
seas in the defense If you drain, tile bath with show to 1130. Call Mrs. Styrcn at ext. 746

a. enty-two thousand American lads were bur gion, you .heater, converted hot water heater into a during 1700. working hour or 2-910 after

ied in the soil of France. If the War had for a \ Llvlngroom one furniture brsnd Woman would like to sit with rh:'Idreit
8350. 4543 Tlmuqunna Rd. I evenings, Saturdays, and Sundays Has
continued six months longer, one hundred was, a hero S. G. Kona. ext. 423 I reference. Contact Mill Mattox at S-
thousand more would have "gone West" so that He homemade waterproof JS56-R. FOR RENT
- with a smile. More than seventy-two thousand constantly See Chief Brown at AAR, Room with private bath 112.50 per week.
lost their lives in the influenza epi- into all or. Davis at the Air Base 2975. Riverside 2-6335, Mr. H. A Irving .

demic. It is not given to every man to carrya versation? collapsible baby .carriage One room for single person $7.tO per
with rubber tires, ball bearing week in modern home. 1603 Pershma
gun and die amid the glory and din of bat Christ to brake. Like new Call Road only two block from NAS bus

tle. Heroism is in the heart. And it often requires using His I chief. blue. Have been worn Mourn line, for Mr*.couple C. K In Black private home near .

a greater spirit of patriotism to do or when it : Size 32: waist and :36 coat. bus line. 2531 Del I wood Av*. Call '602(1. ,l
7.6762. Mr J. '
Wyeges S. Wilkinson. .
one's part in hard and inconspicuous placesin mind or (Innerspring mattrtsi. liv Two bedroom close to bath Some kitchen ,"
times of than amid the enthusiasmof tention to I and kitchen sets. See Zienta privilege Would rent It to couple or :-
peace Gibba Ave., Dewey Park. two business girl. No children i ,
war. In the aftercalm there comes to us think I suite with springs and Located at 1629 Cherry St. Call Mr. t
See after 1630 at 4611 Palmer Zelda W. Philip. at 2-58J7. '
this message: way, I'm C. E, Bailey.WANTED. Two-room apartment with continuous hot .
"Jf break faith with us who die, It's water Large electric refrigerator and .
pas cook stove. Right on bus line Call
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow country the Mr*. t'orsyth at 6-4496 during. the dayor
wife and baby urgently\ need tee at 321 West 9th St. (on Pearl I'I'i ,
In Flanders' fields. most apartment. Barr: R. St.) at night If desire to 'Inspect during ,
Our minds are filled with more recent foul -ext. 242.furnished or partly the rear day of lee house Mrs Hats In white duplexat

memories and our hearts are touched with Name apartment. No children J. Three-room furnished apartment, !I.
IATU. eat R4*. Springfield section. No Pet or children
tenderness as we think of the brave men pray. from Copeland &: College: or See Chief Smith, shop 1851. Engine Ov v

who have served their country on land, sea, .Ash Working hour. CIO) ) to -erhaul. .Air- R -
in the air, at home, and in the far places and from Palatka to NAS
to he- on the to 1545. See James Lamb at
during the Great War. All honor our shop No. 1484 All R. b aAt
roes, with tender respect for the memory of ficers and 537 W. 19th to Public! Work,
071$ to 1600. Habdock, ext
the dead, and hearty praise for the deedsof who have

the living. It is a great thing to have decorate wife serviceman'to the state wife of or Washing service the Read Stillest and Chapel.Hustin .AvamPrleitanv Birmingham. .

worn the service uniform. As we think of symbolic of pay own expense. Call 3054-
; C.toyer.
Gaforth. 0930 NATTC Service- Chaplain A
the noble hosts of heroic Americans who of military and Barn to NAS. Hours .
sacrifice rest in to 1630. Mr*. Boatright ext. 1048Genet's I Worabip Service-Chaplain
have made supreme may W. R. Stevennon.<
highly resolve "that these dead shall not of their house or apartment furnish Cat hell*
< have died in vain; that our nation, under with an naval officer Two ebildren, 0900-Mas*. .
that ., and seventeen ytori. 1100-Mas*. i(
and come ,
God: shall have a new birth of freedom;
that government of the people, by 'the people that has ( and '1200.1 Ia maii>Uu).d between' 6900 t

) and for the people shall not perish from gone : .. 'Jewish. ReligUa* Benfe ajU18fl .11
quiet of ) Minneapolis, 141...., o. 4' June, C'r'ellowlptp user ,r 1
the earth I .*. Will take Mer,..ho share -FtMar U lllel Small' CJlaI e1.Page '
On Memorial Day, flowers are scattered soul, carry Chief Baal! 1 at at 130. v

erry a, v .v +w .-.I.I-

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TilE BOARD OF DIRECTORS of the Employees Association for Civil Service sonville one of the most efficient Naval Air Stations in the country. Those attend-

Employees at NAS lunched with Captain Anthony R Brady, Commanding Officer ing the luncheon were (left to right) J, F. Nettles, Public Works; R. D. Pinney, -

last week to wish him a formal farewell. On behalf of the Board, President J. S. Aviation Training; J. W. Carson, Industrial Relations; E. M. Wysong, Assemblyand

Fagan of the Employees Association paid tribute to Captain Brady for his splendid Repair; H A. Burn, Assembly and Repair; F. S. Gannaway, Industrial Relations; I

S cooperation in the interest of the station's thousands of civilian employees.. In turn, Comdr. Paul E. Emrick, Executive Officer; Captain Brady; J. S. Fagan, Assemblyand

Captain Brady expressed to the Board his appreciation for the support given him I Repair; F R. Gardner, Supply; Thomas Andreu, Public Works; F. D. Warren,

by station employees and the willingness to work together to make NAS Jack- Assembly and Repair; and Michael Cascone, Industrial Relations.
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bT E 2tY6I INSIDE F5-Upriivl InspectingThe

a ) C'l
14- AROUND 'ff- -
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MARY RODGERS J. _:. 1iLiJ Inspectors
,-.u.' Maintenance lost another one of I'
Engine Overhaul by Carl W. 1ed 1\\
"layer-WeU, folks, as most of its oldtimers last week when Jennie By HELEN BURN'ETTE

you already know, Susie Webster from the Gyro Shop to return Farford transferred to Trans- Dan Cupid, it seems, is workingon
finally made it back to work. Susie. to college. portation to take over the dutiesof the double in our department
had been confined with injuries II timekeeper. miss you sump- By CLARA E. SPEEK lately N. C. Bolin, ACMM (that
sustained in an auto accident dur: As your reporter promised, :he in' awful, Jennie, but since it's a The following poem by Lillie "chawming" handsome hunk 'or
has finally secured a list of members -
ing the Christmas holidays and i is I of the Grandmother's Club. promotion, we're glad for you and Claud is entitled "Memorial Day," male species) "put that ring on
still suffering slightly from the hope that you'll be very happy which we celebrate tomorrow: her finger" and decided that two
They are: Ruth M Jones, presi-
effects of these Injuries. How- over there. I can live as cheaply as one (won't

ever, the spirit, attitude, and per- ident dent; Daisy Meta Smith Williamson, secretary, vice-pres-Lou- F H. McKinley, acting Public Let us bow our heads in reverenceOn he find out differently?) lat week.
sonality haven't changed a bit, ; ; Works foreman, is evidently wor'king this Memorial Day, Now all you disappointed females
ise treasurer Elise Rus-
and everyone was happy to welcome Knapp, ; out of classification-he's do- To all the men in Navy Blue (including me), do not despair
sell, master-at-arms Sara Can-
her back. ; ing a wonderful job on his concrete Who have passed away, they tell me Norfolk will be fending -
trell, lady-in-waiting; Mary Mark- block house which he is buildingat Guarding the flag of freedom
the What was Joe more eligibles soon.
By way -- ham, recorder; and Agnes Kb-
And that for which it stands,
Duncan doing with that whip the club the lake on week-ends. Bill McCormick, AMMIc.: the
ersold, grand vizier. The
other day? Haven't turned "slave boasts one member, Juanita Evans Wonder why Henry Melzer On the shores of America good looker with the "car that
driver" have Joe ? didn't show up for work Monday And many foreign lands. get's 'em" also promised to love
you and one prospective member,
morning? That's what weekendswill Let our prayers be to the living, honor, OBEY, forsake all others,
Latest news to reach this deskis Lena Smith. do for you if you aren't careful Guide the leaders of each land and turn over his pay to that cer-

that our Division Officer, Lt. Assembly Division! by I. D.Bouchard : Hank. In tolerance and understanding, tain one. Oh, well Norma and

the Smolenski near future., will be"Ski"leaving has us been in -We have lots and lots I Well:, .; seems aa if everybody For the betterment of Man! Bill, two can live as cheaply a*

of new men in our division. Among in Design Section is going West. one, but not as long!
our boss for for many months in the now Ov- them are John Lindberg, Walter I First, Mr. Farmer went to Cali- Stock Control regrets that Dot Did you know that Sara is investing -
and is slated duty Smith Jr. and Robert Roberts is leaving us today. She
next. Besides Langdon. fornia, then Mr. Melsheimer left her money in the United
Division -
erhaul Control bowler, Good luck to you all! this week for Texas. And now will be missed a lot by all who States Government ( postal dcpaitment .

he is being a square a champion shooter all the If you haven't already heard, Billy Young is resigning so he can knew her. She is returning to her ) Yessiree, that Gawja Galis

His friends in this we want to telF you of the blessed enter college out there. Would home in Tallahas.e where she is buying stock, in the way of Airmail

way.division will many hate to see him events of John DeKonty and Lor- somebody please tell me what the I to be married June 8lh. The lucky stamps. Boca Chica is just

4 leave, but our loss is Overhaul en P. Coker. They were both girls. West has that Florida doesn't have man is John McKee and it is to bea 12 hours Air Mail away!
Controls Who do they look like, boys, Momor more ofT-And better, too! small church wedding. After the Did you see that shiner Jimmy
l '' gain Dad? E. J. Lawrence, electrical drafts- honeymoon, they will live in Mc- Ross was sporting Monday morning -
j. We have found one returning vice of the Jacksonville Comb, Illinois. Ollie Dutton ( Stock ? Most culprits claim
isn't worried much When Lt. (jg) Gabriel of Interim man, president they run
veteran who situation. Ed came up to the office to Arts Club, has three on Control) and Ophelia Sapp (Book- I into a door or something, but Jim-
about the housing out cigars for his new baby paintings in the exhibit which keeping) honored Dorothy with a my was frank in saying he ran
Weir was telling us a miscellaneous shower at Ollie'shome
boy, Mary S. Donald was offeredone opened at the Duval County Arm- into the closed end of a fist. (Incidentally -
ago that he is finishing up the Mav 28th whe.' j she received -
his lot in and took it. She says she has ory Sunday. Heard that they were I'll bet he will have a
garage apartment on moved. collected about fifty of them in excellent paintings, and you might many beautiful gifts. r-ile to it. that is, if he doesn't
and has already
Lakeshore to build his home the course of three years in A&R. find it interesting to drop by and Lillie Claud is away on her va- I 'ay' out of Sara'swaYI.>
His plans are She could go into the business at take a look at them. cation and visiting Washingtonand Mrs. Eleanor Adams, clerk-ste
materials more
when .,
there arq that rate, huh, folks! Jeff Mims may be seen any Philadelphia. Incidentally, she nographer in the Interim Overhaul -
plentiful and other per- Tuesday afternoon doing the fam- is motoring there with Billie Cox I Inspection Office, checked out .
mit. Congratulations to you, Ed. Planning Iilslonby Seamor ily's weekly wash at the launder- McGeorge, formerly supervisor of of the department last week. Wee

Engineering Ii\lslon by Fred ---The A&R Party last week prov- ette down at Popular Point. Jeff, Personnel Section.PROCUREMENT. ;ill miss you, Eleanor and are sorry -

Jo. Clyne-C. E. Littlejohn gave ed to be a success, if attendance is it true what they say about that DIVISION I to see you go, but rejoice with
his lecture a couple of weeks ago designates success, and was mar- bar down there? NEWS: Madge Addison is takinga ycu in your coming happiness. May
to add his bit to the broad mindsof red only by the loss of a pock- The Three Musketeers of the Ad two-week motor trip to New Or- the "little stranger" bring you and

the engineering staff. We didn't etbook by Lt. Bronson's wife. Bldg., Betty Johnson, Helen Da- leans, Oklahoma, and intermediate Bob much joy. .

r hear it, Little, but the rest seemed Our division was noticeably vis and Sadie Britts, met a former points of interest Shirley Collier F. O. Breitpf.:! AMMIc was
to like this one. present with Nadine Priest and member of the gang, Juanita spent last week-end at Camp transferred California for fur-

Mary Carmichael is running Jim Vearil (hand in hand) be- Wise, downtown Thursday for din- Immokalee Shorty Segal has ther duty. Now you can go on

around lately with a very large ing introduced to friends of Madge ner and a show. They report that returned from a short trip to Day- with your wedding plans, Fred
"rock" on her finger. The lucky Shephard Jane P rsel, "Kit- Juanita is really excited as the tona Beach. even tho' your former plans were
fellow seems to be an ex-ARMlc ty" Allen, and Glenn Volp stand- day of the big event June 7) We hear that Dwight Vernam I I slightly changed.

whose name is Bob Duval. Con- ing in the "chow line" complaining approaches. has gone in for horticulture in a I We welcome C. L. Quarrier,

gratulations, you too. of (ahem) line-jumpers A. C. Bliss, Maintenance Material big way this spring, both vegeta- : ACM, into the department. We

W. B. Howard is back from a Clarence Fike indulging as if aft- Section, is on vacation this bles and flowers, to such an extent hope ;you will enjoy working withus
to Christi, er a seven-day drought Lt. week down at Crescent Lake. that his garden almost reaches the chief.
business trip Corpus Quattlebaum, decked out in "civ-
proportions of a farm. One day
Incidentally, how
Texas. Did they have anything !ies", officiating at the cutting of buckets of water in the ocean in lately he brought down to the I are things in
wouldn't like to Brooklyn, York M. A. A. ?
there that we the giant party cake Pauline I a desperate attempt to quell the office some peculiarly beautiful (You see' I didn't mention
have, Walt? I Wood being thrown hither and flaming waves; (3) Get a good gladioli of unusual color and size name!) tour

Chas. Littlejohn and Jane came thither by her husband in a "jit- look at the fish as it leaps from which were the occasion of many Remember E. C. Tosch

S through with the expected, last terbug wrestle". You both did very the water, conclude that we are admiring "ahs" and "ohs" from inspector in the Engine formerly

Saturday, namely Susan Jane who well, Pauline Marge Stouall dreaming, turn over, and quietlygo the personnel on the first deck. Division? We're happy to Overhaul
weighed 7 pounds.The and her husband feasting ( ?) on back to sleep. We feel that Mr. Walter Fay is also having a lot he's back on the station, see that

golf situation came along menu that they had HEARD about Chapin is to be congratulated as I of fun with his garden. However, ber of the Naval Reserve a mem-
with flying colors Saturday. It.. but could not locate. much on his alertness as on his he bemoans the fact that he had duty. on active -

seems that Engineering got in Plant Dhlslon-by Euleene \VHllngham fishing skill. not been very successful in raising C. A. Sandefur, ACM, associate
there for 3rd place, anyway. Ray The Plant Division's Metals & Machine-by Bobby- tomatoes. inspector in Interim Overhaul In-
Kennedy from Graphic Arts woi' We are happy to see H. Gunter I Essie Wilkes (Receipt Control)
newest addition to the "Hall of I spection Office, is in dire need of
first Glen Volp from Plan- back to work in 475. He was out has her first
place, grandchild
Fame" is William J. Chapin of I boy. an automobile. Since his buddy,
ning won second, and Jack Silve who landed the over six months.; i Chief Bolin decided
1484 prize- i ,
Shop to forsake all
gratulations, you two. Coy C. Hall of Turret Lathes a Sailfish strike on the way backIt
at Beach I ether women
winning dolphin Daytona Sandy doesn't have
Accessories Division by Bob has joined the Naval Reserves.J. was a beautiful day out there,
Cook-We're glad to have CliftonD. this past Saturday. The season W. Martin is still corresponding Saturday the 17th. The crewmen easy access to transportationand -
and he noti- I thus his
closed Sunday, was is
through the "Lonesome Heart'Club" make their living doing this romancing slip
Brackett back with us in the so
fied that he has a check for $100 ping. With looks
your chief,
Gyro Shop. Brackett was formerly him.C. when they go they are not satisfied should not you
with us during the war in a awaiting Walter Bagley, resigning to go until they find those fish absolutely have to have
Navy uniform. He worked for M Muhler, leadingman from into business for himself, states: We went out on the "Molly & an automobile-but 1 admit they

Warren-Robbins Co., Macon, be- Shop 1484, who was along on the "I have enjoyed the comradeshipof Me", She's an old tug but has are a big help!

fore returning to our A&K. trip, tipped off the Daytona Beach all my fellow-workers duringthe probably brought in more fish hamas Islands Surely will mine

Leo Luquette, Sic, is third baseman I reporter who had come down to past five years." than any other because the peo- you, Kay.
of the crack A&R Softball' take a picture of the catch and E J Baker of Drill Section recently ple running her know their business We are glad to hear that
get the details of the struggle.As married and took .
team which has already won nine was a cer's little daughter is steadily im-
and lost only one. Mr. Chapin was asleep at the honeymoon around the coast of Personnel & Admlnl..t rationbyDot proving.
Edgar Aid, son of "Smilin' Sue" time the fish struck, the resultant Florida. Mrs. Baker is from Mis Dickson--Thanks to the "par- Barbara Merek is going to Chicago .
headline read, "Fish catches souri. committee" for such swell
Aid, married Betty Lord on Saturday Congratulations ty a on her vacation. Look out
May 17. Edgar is in the Man" Personally! we feel that Engineering-By Fred E. ClyneTo time at the A&R Party. The music "Windy ,
. City a of. Florida
apprentice training program at even more credit is due Mr. Chapin. all the Isaac Waltonites on 'I'was out of this world. Let's have sunshine is coming your way.

A&R. the station, particularly those who another soon. You should see Garry's post.
We're all going to take a great On suddenly awakening our like deep sea fishing, fellows it Hazel Miller of Enlisted Personnel card collection. They're honeys
big sigh of relief for Bill Sted- reaction would be 'tl) Be certain just depends on whom you go ; has a two-week leave. Believeshe from his honey.

man has, after months and that someone had fallen over- with. Feast your eyes on this is flying to New York and

months, finally located an attrac- board and jump in to rescue them, catch: 13 Red Snappers from 2\'Ito from there will go to Philadelphia. WANTEDVocalist: and In. .'

tive apartment on the Southside. rod, reel, clothes and all, complete over 20 pounds, two Red and Iva McLean' is doing very well as strumentallsis for an A&R:
Johnny Onstott was compelledto ly unmindful of the fact that we two Black Groupers about 15 to 20 a sub. band. Can be either enlisted or

take n few day off because of can't swim either: (2) Misinterpret pounds each, several Triggerfish, Mary Dunbar has gone on a civilian personnel. See :Mr

, the illness -of his wife who is now their cries to mean fire and Flounder and Mackerel besides leave' which extends to the end of Muhlcr, leadingman machinist, e

'confined<< to St.: Luke's Hospital. throw fishing equipment, firefighting about between 800 and GOO' poundsof > I I June Kay: Russell: resigned and shop 1484, for further details. .
i Cone L. Boatwright has resign- equipment; anA' numerous Sea! Bass boated, Oh yes and has gone back home to the Ba-,


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t I Captain Howard V. HopkiM.. USN

c.-.....4r Robert P. Seek., USN "Golfing: runs in my family.' .
I 6aecuties s) remarks Chief Bill Scarborough On Friday, 23 May, Class AF3 na take a big cut. (He used

Lt. Cummaador J. W. WillI...... USN of Memphis Tennessee!, win_ completed their course of Instruction crooked cubes ED.) "
I c Publie Information or((........ ner of the recent Seventh Nava I and are standing by for trans With the 22nd of May, the Soft
I Editorial Office for NATTC S< Administration BuiUm* M-A.< T... Kit. 20*. Banana River, the Inter-Servic are not so merry. You men who, ahead through our eighteen
winner. are unhappy over your assignmentait game schedule-we find' most of our

Arthur T. Koutaunikolia.Editor i SUN William Carson Scarboroughleave down and figure it out. Ask old rivals of the past and also a

us call him Bill-was bor yourself these questions: "Did I few newcomers. One of the big
:: ....rit..r November 1, 1923, attended Tech try my beW "Did I give the instructor factors in a winning ball club !Is a
Rub ---- High in Memphis, and has been I my full attention! good cheering section so drop overt
r All Photograph' are official U. S. Nary Photocraphi mad by HAS playing golf since he was 10 years "Couldn't I have missed to the field tonight and yell your
Photo Lab and Av. Fund School Photo Lab unless otherwise credit*!. old. Golf of course la his favorite' .. Movie to study for that Math team on to victory.

sport followed by about anything; Test?" You'll find there is no one Man of the past week: K. A.
i I
t .. football, baseball, swimming, or to blame but little "Joe Schol.ar" I Perry. AOM2 takes the banner of
...:. v,_.. ,::::::: .: what have you. himself Don't blame Uncle, roses this week. After ten hours
boys, he has enough trouble as it / of patrolling the hospital corridors,
He first entered service for
.. Uncle Sam in 1911. His Is.Let's the Missus presented him with a 6
:. ., / if ifI rate is Aviation February Chief Ordnance-'j hear trom two men whodidn't lb. 2 oz. girl. Congratulations to
; I miss the boat. They are the
man. After breaking boots in Norfolk both; ( Muster around with the cigars -
two top men of the Class and you
'r.r. : Perry)
he sent the AOM
f : .: I was to
bet what wanted
can. they got they -
:: school then in Norfolk and eVt."rsince Questions of the week: Is that
meet S2 G. L. with
'f : Dewey an
_.. graduation almost continu- smile on Bogers face the result of
of 87.63 and Pfc II. Schaf.
\ WHAT ro Do! WHERE TO Col ously_. has_ _been M _attached to PBY frath. with an average of 86.16 a from certain Basic chief? Can being Degroffsi transfer
"Pei'haps having made rate,
my i i ( ? ? ) be put in running shape;, j
A u.r. which by the has it
that he can again harass the
over them all, I be inclinedto
MOVIE SCHEDULE: : may peaceful drivers on the Jax-
praise! AvF and overly. I feel
I NATTC run. NATTC } that good," says Dewey. "At any
I takes a siding when
rate the School has performed its
Ithe engineer hears him coining).
rrllnC U.\Y-SEVEN WERE SAVED, with Richard Manning obvious purpose, and I wish all I
and Catherine Craig, Shows at 1800 and 2000. 'lx future AF Students a lot of luck- No School column would ba

FRIDAY S.\l'lTHD.\Y-ROMANCE' OF ROSY RIDGE, starring they may need it," I complete without hearing fram
' Van Johnson and Janet Leigh. Shows at 1800 and 2000 on Friday r Pfc Henry Schraffrath. has the men making up that school
and 1100. 1800 and 2000 on Saturday. the honor of being the second Ma- and I so here we have:

rine to make honor man of his Student News
Sl'\in.\\-WO\IA ON THE BEACH with Joan Bennett
and Joe Cotten. Shows at 1400, 1800 and 2000. ,. class He really sweated It. out In AF40 we had more actual
along with Layton of the Test I experience this week than at any
1Oi1J.iU Tl'tSDATHE TWO MRS. CARROLLS. starring Unit and incidentally your writer other time. Working in the different -
Humphrey Bogart and Barbara Stanwyck. Shows at 1730 and was squeezing a little too. A Rate Shops is very Interesting -
2013. Extra( long show). good Marine and a hard Job well | and it helps us a great dealin

WEOXEM .\DANGER STREET with Jane Withers and Rob- dont Congratulations Schaffrath choosing an "A" School Of
ert Lowry. Shows at 1800 and 2000. and good luck to you. course the instructors try to sell

TilI'KMIAYDEVIL ON WHEELS starring Damian O'Flynnand In expressing his opinion of Av- I us their rate, afterwards they
La nit a Lane. Shows at 1300 and 2000. Fund Schraffrath thinks "any say "only giving you the better

person in the past or future will points. Mac."
Yellow Water find that they will UK* over andover Class AFJ5 reported aboard 14
again the information and'!| May with 40 men from Diego, 38
: :-; >.\\'-No; Show. U.ylp l, 41 q. knowledge obtained here. I hope!''i from Bainbridge, and 4 from the
hlH.1'iU' SA'lTHU.YLOVE AND LEARN, with Jack the instructors will bear with stu- i| Lakes. Just in time to parade
Carsa and Martha Vickers. dents like me that follow and the through JAX on Friday 23 !May,

sl'XDAYSEVEN WERE SAVED with Richard Manning and s4,. students will award the Instructors 'you lucky little rascals, you.
Catharine Craig.MONDAY every consideration possible." I The Bulletin Board shows that

AXD' Tl'iM: )AY--ROMANCE OF ROSY RIDGE star- SlilpVt. Company quite a few of our boys are go-
ring Van Johnson and Janet Leigh. We have a fly-boy in our midst i ing to Math Night School. (Study

\\1.U\: l'iUWOMAN! ON THE BEACH, with Joan Bennett who got out of his racket, muchto 1 that 1st paragraph men' or I'll
and Joe Co i.ten.IIIIKMIAY. his embarrassment, and it also I j b? seeing' you in my office >
: -No Show.THHNGS t %% kt cost him five Frog Skins. He and Friday TAF Division lost two
Ch. Mach Michael had a bet on I fine Officers in Lt. I ljg t LaRue
TO DO-ABOARD who'd be first to get seasick. Ens. and Lt. (jg) Ludiker. They will bo

Fields paid the five. Incidentally j hard to replace, but. our loss In

"LEI T'S IX' --Open nightly 17302130. Bldg. 517. Lt. Wolf has pictures for proof. ) Yl.'lIowVatt'r and Link-Trainera
San .:'H:ties and snacks available. NATTCenter Or- C1cliea. ( they're not for sale, Mr. Fields' gain. Thanks from all of us, to
.,featured on Monday nights. of course a ten spot may keep 'em' both of you. for a job well done
'L'0/4'LING-Six; ....L, no,<> '''' ,* \ away from Mrs) and good luck in your new duty.
alleys in Ship's Service avail-
I When Mrs. F. finds out Fuller I I
I alt ".1 personnel Monday through
Saturday, patral squadrons He was in VP- picked up 15 or 20 extra bucks ,
170a.:=130. League games have priority.
72 at Quonset POint Rhode Island, while supposedly "DC't"p..se.a Fiah-
NATIC LlllltAItY Located in Auditorium. and was transferred overseas with' ing", his bar ration money is gon- d3ooki
Open Moiiuay, I'uesuay, hursday and Friday 1300 to that outfit. December 7, 1911.' i lew

.t: 2100. Wednesday 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sunday found him flying patrol out of ,
123U: to 2100. Newfoundland. A month after he Sewing Center Opened; I

was sent to NAS Kaneohe In Ha- Seamstress AcquiredThe I NATTC LibraryAn
14 ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker wall His squadron was in the I American
brigadier general
Is Physical Training Department: Bldg. 515. battles of Coral Sea and Midway most recent "word" fromShip's I commander of a unit of B 17'sba8
thence south to New Caledonia Service is that the Sewing
d in England: is the hero of
TtSSIS-Racqueta and balls available at Physical and New Hebrides and the Solo- Center is now open for business. COMMAND DECISION by William

Training Bldg. 513.MUMMING mons, after which he was brought and in its early days has turned W HameH. Dennid' job was
back to the States (In October 1913. out to be a definite success
to finish
Operation Stitch which
After joining a new Squadron at Ten machined are installed for I
directed the
was against jet
POOL No. 1-Bldg.( 518) For North Island in San Diego, the everyone's use at anytime. The airplane factories of Ger propelled
al Personnel with Guests. Children under 12 outfit went overseas to battle In Ship's Service wishes to make it
The story is concerned with
are not allowed in the pool unless accompanied NavJt'l Gilberts, Marshalls and Mariana clear that no appointment Is necessary his many.struggle to accomplish his mis- .
parent or a responsible adult. Monday thru Island, then back to the USA in .
sion against bitter odds: lack of
1300 to 2045. Saturday 0900 to 2045. Sundays June of 45. He pulled just two The Sewing Center will be open planes, visiting congressmen, poor
Holidays 1300 to 2045.:: months short of a year of welcomed daily from 0930 to 1600 with a weather etc. If you will Ignore
shoe duty when again he competent seamstress on hand for
your prejudice against war books
was sent overseas, this time to advice,
SWIMMING POOL No. 3-(Bldg. 419) For male Saipan. The Bureau, deciding he'd long enough to get started on thin
Naval Personnel thru 0900 to etc.j,4 one you will find it an exciting
only. Monday Friday had enough of "over there"
t 1200 and 1730 to 2013. Saturday 0900 to 2045. Sundayand brought him back to be sent hereto ; story trouble., easy to read! and worth the

Holidays 1300 to 2015. NATTC.
Another well written book with
RECEPTION: ROOM-Located in Auditorium for Declaring that no one else would I more than a little fascination
e4 NATTC Personnel, relatives and guests.: agree with him. he remarked that JOKE! about it la Cahill's LOOK SOUTHTO

he liked Majuro and Saipan roc THE POLAR STAR. It is set

the best overseas duty. Probablythe in Shanghai and is a book full 01.
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE reason he liked Saipan wasbecause 1tlal/ Information about Chinese warfare

of all things, there was customs, opinion and poli
VVIIKKE: TO GO ASIIOKE: NCCS Club at Church and NewnanStreeci handy. Professor: "Tell me one more
a golf course tics.! It starts out to be a novel
Club daily from 1700 to 2300, Saturdays 1200 to :2JOO I !
open thing about John Milton.
Scarborough has been a chief of ideas, but when the missionary'sdaughter :
Sundays;, 1000 to 2:>00. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays Saturdaysand : since September 28. 1945. and at Student: "Well, he got married I unaccountably disappears -

Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday.JACKMJNV I present. is out ptaroling again this I and wrote 'Paradise Lost'. Then and the two Americans start
ILII; IttACl1LS-Buses leave at frequent intervals time for a house for his wife and when his wife died he wrote looking for her, the novel abruptly
from new busstatlon at Clay and Adams (laIn e as Navy). Surf bath adise Rega Ine.J.." becomes adventure
14 months old boy who are waiting par-I' an entertaining .
ing a.i) i other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches. Bus! call I
in Memphis for his story.
fare 2l>.*. I I I "They all laughed when I Edison Marshall has written of
CANOEING' FlblllNG, AND HOAXING: Cedar River on San up in the night club-how was I hilt big game hunting adventures

Juan San Juan. Row ats--two hours 50c; C&l1$1.W per hour; motorboats table" SHIKAR AND SAFARI It is

S..W per hour the to eight people per boat.J'iJ Up For All Hands'I I. full of yarn-spuming split-second
He: "There is a certain reason shooting during the charge of a

Have noticed the Picnic 'Why I love you." wounded tiger or raging bull elephant -

: WeeJl Service grounds you next to the Parking new lot Wave: "My goodness!" comments on the psycholoyof

..)flips by Building 500!' The grounds has H"Don't be ridiculous, hunting, technical data on firearms -

been fixed for aUhand.s haunts and habits of big
recently up
Jack: How come just tipped and of
you game methods hunting. An
LIGHT LUNCHESThe : use.Newly your hat to that delicious doll? I outdoor man, with or without biggame
painted benches have Did you know her?!' aspirations, will like this
NATTCenter Ship's Service, after recently adding been installed, the grass cut anda John: No but this is Charlie's

delicious Hot Ham 'Sandwiches, plus soups, Hot Dogs and big electric light in the middle hat and he knows her! one.THE WALLS; OF JERICHO, by

Hamburgers, now has announced it is keeping( the Galley that lights the way for use at Paul Wellman is long but very .
night. An NAS chief was reminiscing difficult to put down. It is the
all day long, from 1000 to 2000 in the evening for convenience -
open of The picnic grounds has been to a friend. "I know nine girls onBay story of Jericho. Kansas and of
everyone. under construction for the past street alone" he informed him. a struggle for power between its

few weeks under the supervision "All told?" asked the friend. two leading citizens. This personalfeud
of NATTC Chief Master at Arms "No. said h-*. "One of them between the two men involved

r NOTICE E. B. Maltey and labor was supplied kept her trap shut. the whole town and state but especially -
by Outgoing Drop Student concerns the dominant

,\ The Ship's Service will observe Holiday routine tomorrow I I A Scotchman wrote to the editorof women in their lives--charming
I A dumb girl is a dope. A dope La a magazine to warn him that if and calculating Algeria, Belle, a
Memorial Merchandise Stores. Baiter Shop
on Day a drug, Docturs give drugs to re- the publication did not stop print- weakling ruled by fjer mother, and ..
and Laundry and Dry Cleaning will be closed) but other de- lieve pain. Therefore a' dumb girl ing Scotch jokes he would atop Julia, who paid a high price for

partments will be open. Hours are 1100 to I860. La just what the doctor ordered. borrowing the magazine. the 'love she wantedPag3


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29 May 1947 JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven

I NATTC- - LINKS------ TEAM- -----

Plays Five Varsity Tilts j M. Air Raiders Split In :

41J1p Busy Weekend r1110 Gomes With Army ;

Wrhe NATTC Air Raiders face ,

one of the stiffest parts of this
year'B season this week, when they ; : : Facing a team that has been considerably strengthened

play five games In five straight since its last showing at Mainside some weeks ago, the

days-from Wednesday inclusive! I NATTC Air Haiders varsity Baseball squad won their first

through Sunday. game 4 to I, then lost the second in twelve innings 5 to 4

The five tilts will definitely not against the 1103 AAF team at West Palm Beach last week ,
be pushovers either, and Coach
Harry Knickelbine's charges will I Bill Cudd was on the hill for the Raiders looking- for his

be taxed to the utmost! to come second victory of the season, and I
out on the long end. Yesterday the he came through with it, fanning on). Winning pitcher-Cudd. Losing -

Air Raiders faced Cecil Field but 10 and allowing only 4 bits, one a pitcher' -Creighton. Time of

the account was too late to make double. Meanwhile the locals were game-2:40.: .

this edition. Faced them that Is making every one of their six hits I t

if the team wasn't too busy put count. The Army drew first bloodin Second game:
ting out buckets to catch the the second on a high flying dou- I Player AB H 0 A:

"Florida Sunshine" which has been ble by Joe Phillips and a single to I McNay, ss 6 0) 1 3
HO bothersome to Station athletics center by Bill Russell Ben Adams Stillman, 2b 4 1 4 3Westerlind

these past days Tonight, they started a short lived rally for the If 6 2 1 1

move down to Green Cove for a Air Raiders in the fifth, when he I LaHullier, 3b :5 0) 1 3

game with the tough Bullets and ___ .__._,.,...... or_ -.." -r......_ went to first on being hit by one : Wallace, c 6 2 11 0
also will play there Saturday although of Jim Russell! pitches and came Arnold, Ibi 5 2 12 0
IIKHK IS XIIK Golfing Team which recently represented NATTCin
Pederson cf 1 0) 1 0
all i ;
negotiations are being the way home on Catcher Wallace's -,
the Seventh Naval District tournament on the links here on the .
Collins, cfMatinkovich 4 1 0 0
made to play Saturday's encount- powerful triple to right center -
Base The team finished behind Banana River CNAdTra, and NAS
here Sandwiched' in tomorrowill In the sixth Duke LaHullier I rf 5 1 3 1
Jax. Listed' from left to right are: Sergeant Major Aliffi, Private
be a with the singled to start the inning. stole Ryan, p :14'
game Mayport First Class] Rudacille Chief W C. Scarborough, Lt (jg) E. G Johnson I .! .! .!
oast Guard nine from Jacksonville second moved to third on Knickel
and Lt. A. E Gustavson (DC).
Beach Then' Sunday, the loca's bine's grounder and scored on Glid- 46 II 34 20

journey to Raiford for a game den's two base error of Wester-
with the State Prison' team yPAR 'NINE' BOUT CARD linds grounder. \\esterlind came I Player ---B H 0 A I
Godwin, 2bLaBarbara 6 2 3 e
To top everything off Knick- I home also a moment later on Ad-
I ams' single to center, to sew! cf 6 2 3 0
elblne has the added worries of EXCITES FANS AT up :
Glidden, ssKozlowski :5 0 2 7
trying to fill the shoes' of Ken the ball game, but for good measure -
Wrsterlind who is being transferred the Raiders added a lone run I rf 5 1 3 0
YELLOW WATEROne \ Daughtry, Ib :5 2 IS
on orders sometime this week. in the ninth on an error, Wallace's
and Butch Arnold, scheduled to second hit, and a ground ball by Phillips, 3b 5 3 1 &
week By MIGHTY felltKIT of the most successful Smo- Cudd Russell, W., )If 5 0 2 1
move out in a or two. Both '
kers in recent months was held at Kelly, c 4 0 6 3Russell
,have played a majority of the As promised last week here is Gunning for their fourth
I Yellow Water last Thursday, with J., p 3 1 0 3
Raider games ; the Dope and Data" on the gala all hands enjoying themselves A straight victory, the Air Raiders Shank, p 2 0 1 1
For the five games, Coach TEA Picnic for Saturday 31st of free for all and eight bouts-including were batted' down in the attemptin e

Knickelbine reports all four of : May This "Clam Bake"\will take one in the 65 lb. class was the last of the twelfth inning, I 46 11 36 24
the pitchers on his Mound Corps t place at Kingsley Lake and is for held. when, with the score tied at 4 to 1,

ready for duty, after a long rest I i all hands in Ship Co., their families NATTC Boxing Coach Al Sini- Phillips singled' in the winningrun I Runs-Stillman, Arnold 2, Mar-
The pitcher who started yesterday and friends This should be baldi to cinch the ball game. The I inkovich, Godwin, LaBarbaia 3Kelly ,
was referee In all the contests -
will undoubtedly be the one the social highlight of the season Richard Beck' in Army team had scored a brace of 'I J. Russell. Errors-LaHul-
to face the Prison' team there on as the committees have gone all the Eastern runner-up runs in each the third and fifth her Arnold 2, Pederson Glidden
be desired All-Navy Boxing finals ,,2, Daughtry, W. Russell Two base
Sunday out to leave nothing to innings, but tallies by the NATTC I
participated in the first men s
There will be plenty of Food, bout of the team in the seventh, eighth and hits-Phillips. Double play-ShaJifc
evening and won easily -
Drink (spelled with a capital "D"I.) ninth frames tied up the ball game :. to Daughtry. Bases on balls off
Amusements and I hear plenty of It was preceded by the Free- and made' it go into extra Innings. Ryan 4, off Shank 1, off J. Ru -
AOMSHORT for-All, and a bout in the Paper-
I girls (what more could a man Red Ryan pitched the whole 12 sell) 4. Struck out by Ryan 10; i

ask). Oh, yes, the time, the Bus weight Division between Bobby innings for NATTC but J. Russell, Russell 3. Innings pitched by Ryan
Gerstl. weighing in at 65 Ibs, who 111-3; J. Russell 8 Shank. 4.
SHOTS I will leave the Parking Lot opposite the starting moundsman for AAFgave ; Op-
Ships Service at 1100 for the took the decision over Dicky Phoe- I way to Shank in the ninth I ponents hits off Ryan 11: off J.
bus, 63 lbs M L. Barner the
trip to the Lake. So come early won inning after tiring. Ryan struck Russell 7 hits in 8 innings; off
and get a good seat Free-for-All, remaining up on hisfeet 'out 10 men but allowed 11 hits Shank 2 in 4. Winning pitcher

By ClWCK FILL.KNWORTII after all other contestants First 'I -Shank. Losing pitcher-Ryan.
I had bowed out. I game:
We "Welcome Aboard' toChief Player AB H 0 A
TOA clicked in our first soft- say Results' of the Smoker: This Wf'f'k'1Ir Raiders
J. J. JASIELUM, who justreported I McNay, ssLaHullier -4 1 2 2
the 20th. At Free-for-All-C. F. M.
ball Sykes,
Tuesday schedule
game :
from flf'fduty.. Not 3b 4 1 1 0
the end' of the fast moving game: I manyof L. Barner, J. C. Bard, F, T. Peflers. Knickelbine brier 29Go'.n Cove There
fellows will remember "J. | If 3 0 2 0
the score stood at 10-4 in favorof you R. A. Stremlow, Won by M Westerlind May. 30-Mujport Here 1380
lb 4 0 5
the 0
J. but he is an old timer in Mar Sl-Grwrn Cove There 1330
L. Barner
TOA. The team left holding the
AEM School. He was with the I Stillman, 2b -4 0 3 1 June 1-!smU Pri.on -Th..r.
bag was TLT. School in Chicago and when it was First fight-Bobby Gerstl, 65 | Adams, rf 3 1 1 0 June 3 Eglin, field Here 1(90

The following Thursday, TOA transferred to Jacksonville in February lbs, won from Dicky Phoebus, 63 Collins, cf 4 1 2 0 June June 5 4.. ublm iHiblin HOIII.ltlll-Th..re Hospital I-there

and TEA tangled. At the end of I of 1944 he came down with lbs I Wallace, c 3 2 10 1
the first inning the score was It. "J. J." was with the School Second fight Richard Beck, I Cudd, p 3 0 1 12 AIR KAIDKK"BATTING AVERAGE

TOA 5); TEA 1. But the Florida here till he went to sea early in Yellow Water Ship's Co. 120 I Player GAB R H Prt.
sunshine caught up with us and 1945. So we again Welcome Ibs, won decision from George Player -AB: H 0 AGlidden Wallace. c HI 89 4 11 .21\2
Bienvenu, 125 Ibs, AF 23 Arnold, Ib 11 811 7 JO ,.27E1.sHullier
drowned all hopes of finishing what Aboard, and we hope this tour of I ssBrubaker 4 0 1 3 811 JI 16 8 HI ,271tIIJm..n.
promised to be quite a game.: duty will be as pleasant as the Third fight-Bob Smith 143 lbs., rf 2 0 0 1 20 U 48 7 13 .271
Ship's Co., won decision' from Ger- I Godwin rfKozlowski Collins It 14 54 I JC ,259
TOA ushered in Class 39 last last. j 0 0 0 0
ald Warren 14 lbs., AF 32. I Kr.lehlbl", c-If 7 20 2 1 .230
Monday. The new class nuns ns S If 3 1 1 0 Adams rt JS 41 9 9 ,22'
follows' : W I. Hough, H. C. Gil- Fourth fight Norman Young- I Russell, J, 2b 4 1 2 4 i Pedersen It :.I I 0 1 .20t
Well, Fellows I am on Soft Ball blood, 160 Ibs, AF 31, decisioned I LaBarbara Ib 3 0 Westerllnd Jb-ct UIII'! 11 .19'
12 0
D. W Bender. J. E. ,
more, Snydernnd again. The team won their first George Schied. 160 Ibs, Ship's Co MeN", is S 2S a S ,121luteelt
I Kelly. c 1 0 5 ,0I .
W R. Childers. I' 4 11 1 8 .273
and the
game by defeating Fifth fight-Dave Howcroft, 160 Daughtry, c 3 0 4 0 'udd, p S II I 1 ..0'11I
Mr. Turlington has recently asmimrd second game with TOA was rained lbs, Ship's Co., and R. L. Outhouse I I Phillips, 3b 4 1 1 5>> I Marinkoylch, p 7 11 a I .1114

duty as OOD of NATTC in out. But, gang, you were very conspicuous 160 Ibs, AF 34, fought to a ., Russell, W., cf 2 1 1 (f I Ryan, p I .4 n 1 8 ..21itI
the absence of Lt. ) Shanan. both
(jg with your absence at draw.
Class' 33 has among its members games. You know that 50% of a Sixth 1\f"ht-W: J. Scallam, 155 Creighton, p 3 0) 0 9 ''I Clint Hartung, the six-foot, four.

a modest prodigy. An ordinaryman team's success is its supporters. lbs, AF 34, won decision from D. Runs LaHullier, Westerlind, inch sensational rookie of the

would have to study technical So come on fellows you have a C. French, 160 Ibs., AF; 32. Adams, Collins'!, Phillips Errors- Giants had a 75-24 pitching recordin

l information for a year or so good team playing for ;you, so let's Seventh light Bob Perkins, LaHullier, Wallace Glidden, J. the Army and did not lose a

to become a pilot while in Lap- all turn out and support them 160 Ibs, Ship's Co., won decision Russell 2. Two-base'-Phillips. game last year while winning 25.

hams, case' it only took a 5 minute There is a schedule posted in from Jim Kelly, 170 Ibs, AF 3 t. Three base hit-Wallace. Double I ass

cockpit checkout! every AEM (A) Building. Eighth fight-Larry Each, 135 I IIbs. Plays-LaHullier to Stillman to Since 1900 there have been only

"Rapid Raymond"' alias "\\"ord8"can ., AOMA and Louis Iannini, 140 I Uesterlind' Bases on balls-off I four perfectly pitched games in

denounce "Yellow Journalism," I Congratulations to PETRIN, R. Ibs. TDT, fought 5 rounds to no Cudd 5: off Creighton 2. Struck baseball, with nobody reaching
I out by Cudd 10 by Creighton first on a walk or an error.
but the grapevine tells of an alligator decision
E., Sic of Class E32 who graduated I
Earned runs---off Cudd 1: 9.1 1 tAt
; hunter that doesn't even PETRIN
in his class
top man
Creighton 2. Hit by pitcher one time the baseball bat waa
bring; back a good excuse.' Greenfield Mass. and
hails from ,
Knickelbine' and Adams '
i to be flat on one side.
Steve is leave AT R
now on an 18-day graduated from the Greenfield 1 '
while Giacalone takE's'E'r) his High School in that city.
duties as instructor in Mounts .
and _u u _____
Adapters for the coming
week Say do any of you Boys have
S some old glass around you want to ad k.a
G R. Brown is out fdr big I! get rid of Because, if you do, I f
game; now. He swears he's goingto I hear' that HUBBARD in Phase V

shoot that little mouse for continually is shopping around for Diamond

running into the wrong Rings. So here is your chance to I .
hole! He had better' watch his stepor ; II I a
I unload. If like baseball and who of
he's liable to get it first. We
I '
you don t, you should have been
know about checked- I
you I
out on small-arms at the beach :My spies tell me that RODDAN, at YE'lJowVatt"r around 1400 last j| dfM
last week-end BLACKBURN and LUCKY are I Saturday to see' NATTC's Galley e .
often in Ship's Service No. 4 give way to our Fire Department '
Will Giacalone win his home- seen quite 11 "i1P e
'putting their best foot forward The game was played I
made baseball pool again this
cute little hick," on the diamond behind the FireHouse
with H tp6 ?
week? Hmmm? I '
with nice cool water for all' 4J
After countless attempts, using hands. A million thanks to Galley J 0tla
nil the tricks and special lighting HURRAY!! R. K. STEVENS No. 4 for bringing a little life to

facilities (obtainable photographers (THROTTLE to you) has finally us in these lonely woods. The score
by the employment of unbreak- made it. "THROTTLE" got his was NAGR 11, Galley 4, 6 Th>

able lenses have finally capturedthe private pilot's license recently home team did win but we can

true personality of "McKernan Good work, keep it up. only give credit to a small few

the Boy The masterpiece can that were there What we are saying -

now be seen in the PO room of CUDD, W J., McCORMICK, J. is that we just gotta have l
'- the school. A., and JOHNSON, D S., recently I Borne more players and some more M' '

Either Yo-Yo or his instructorhas completed the Teacher Training rooters

given up the futile battle. Aft- Course Thanks to Chiefs Smelley ana

er 24 hours of dual flight instruc- Thomas for bringing their wives / a %-
tion, who wouldn't ? ardent pool playing is. out and our ole standby Jim Thut

TOA sailors are preparing for a The Gunner is so weak after his ber was right on the spot
nice long week-end without Sat loss at Acey-Ducey. that he hasn't We see that Chief Bobby Niel- SOFTBALL is taking over the limelight in Intramural Sportsat

urday's personnel inspection. Bet the strength to play any more non and wife have in their possession NATTC. The picture shown above was taken last year' but is a

ter get those whites cleaned up this week The new champ Is a mighty nice looking automobile perfect sample of what will probably be NATTC's most popular

nnd your hair trimmed to clinch "Words" De Rousse.! Oh yes, they bought it. sport with the advent of good weather.

the deal! Remember the little "Baldy' Parker very obviouslylost Slankard is really poking out Nearly every division at NATTC has a team represented in the

man with the big badge!! his chare of Acey-Ducey the ole chest now. Yesterday, May Intramural League, sponsored by the PT Division There' are so
"Luke the Spook" is fast be- games too. 18th his wife presented him witha many that the teams are divided into two leegues-the National and

coming a well known Recreation Have a good time over the weekend darling baby daughter. Don't get American. As to who will cop: the titles in their respective league

Room Gigolo. We'll leave it to his fellas, and I'll be with you the big head, bud, your sleepless is unknown; although Disbursing is rated among (he top as is ever


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rejuvenated and spirited Na-
tional League nine came to lift enth inning. The American LeaguI -- t
in the last two innings of play i I tallied one more run in its hall: OIj r .
in the All-Star encounter with I the seventh, but the senior loop
their arch-rivals. the American hit the jackpot in its half ot tin
Leaguers, and won a 10-8 decision inning and racked up three run
in a somewhat weird but, nevertheless Trailing going into the bottom
hard-fought contest under half of the eighth the National,
>the lights last Thursday at the started hitting Pendergrass of tho' y
Power Plant diamond American loop and they rang up
Th game was the first such I four big markers The American A
staged at NA& Jax and was witnessed League was stymied in the first
by close to 300 fans Another I half of the ninth to let the IUWIII' + J 4v'
All-Star tilt is scheduledfor circuit win this all-Important AllStai -
the week following the close I tilt.
of the second round of the intra- I White Star
mural station softball loops. I Big Henry White of the Amt i
American start 1'ast I can League, who plays and pitches
The American Leaguers got off for the Hospital in loop plav v< a.
to a quick start and had a run up the Individual star for the I li sets
on the board in the first frame pitching one-hit ball in his three
before the Nationals knew what inning stint plus blasting out a
happened They added two more single in his first trip to the plat.
to their count in the second frame For the winners, Herbie Abram,...
while the senior loop could garner of the CPO team brought the Na-

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scoreboard. I frame by belting out a triple with
The senior circuit came to life two on to pull the eventual winners WAS FLLM1; of action la t ThUt +day in the All.Stai' tilt held under the area at ih.- .
la the fourth inning and rackedup astride with the pace-setting Power Piant diamond and won by the National Lea iu 10-8, over their arch-rivals, the American
I a run. Meanwhile the Junior American Leaguers Locp nine In the above picture Crutthneld (Parachute Loft> of the American League outfit, watches
I circuit came to life again in the Winning pitcher of the encoui a high fast ball go by in the opening of the sixth, fiame Behind the mask is Roberts fMetals Division I
fcfih canto and chalked up a run ter was Chief Henry Crews CPO )I. catcher for the National League who turned in a creditable job The umpire is W'. C. Welch who
and added three more in the next Club who set the last six men I had the job ot oiling balls and strikes in this top flight Softball clash between the two star-studdei

frame. down in order to get credit for the teams .
In their half of the sixth theI I win Pendergrass was credited -- ---- -- --- --- ------- ------
Nationals rang up two big mark-I with the loss as the winners scored I Three In A Row!
Golden Gloves
ers but were still trailing the Jim- 'II' seven of their ten runs against'him '
for loop. 7-1. going Into the se\'- in the three inning he hurled
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I NAS Skeetmen Add Two More Colored. trophy BoxersAnother was added to Stretch Winning StreakThe

I Victories To Season Record ?;AS Jax's collection last week ;VAS Flier! baseball nine !ian its latest victory streakto

, when Ma inside colored leather thr t) when it took two games, in the past week bringing
i pushers copped the team trophy in the season's record to 17-1. The locals, eked the
Mamside skeetmen racked up two straight meetlast the Southeastern Golden Gloves 'I out Parns
week I when'\ they dumped the highly-vaunted Florida University Championushlps held at the Jacksonville Island team, 3on Satindav and then blasted a G-l decision

skeet team on Thursday and then came back the' Ball Park The first such over the Mayport Coast Guaideis on Tuesxlav.

very next day to cop the six-team shoot held at Cecil Field'I colored boxing show staged in Jax. .:The Fliel'-l )[ayport game featured a new starting pitcher
the tournament attracted a hugecrowd for Jim Daley, who ----------- ---
I In the meet Friday at Cecil, the local skeeters nosed I merjriilcll
I I hasn't shown much all season, set ing Daley's shut-out
cut the host quintet by busting KJO discs out of 00( while the
> The local pugilists edged by I: the visitors down with only one The Fliers visited the Marine
Cecil 452 of the birds ---- -- -- A&M team I
clay Tallahassee College
dropped hit throughout the seven-inning Training Base at Parris Island *>
out of 500 to take second place. 13-5 to win the coveted trophy i contest a humpbacked Texas Coo over the week-end and topped
NAS Pensacola, with 416 out of ; Softball Tryouts One of NAS Jax s scrappers, Johnny I;! Leaguer to right center He fanned the Leathernecks 3-2. in a thriller. -
WO took third place. Whiting Plaskett, was voted the outstanding !I five and onlv walked two. In Johnny Sheffield emerged victor -
I Field score) 425 out of 500 Banana I To boxer of the tournament addition he garnered one hit, from the fray but he had .i
Begin Tonight
River cracked 420 out of 500 Plaskett won his welterweight! I drove in a run and scored himself 'tough time gaining his fourth win
and Sauflev Field with 401 out ot crown by winning from Bill Curry I in the Fliers big fifth There was a very strong win'!
500, the I Under the direction of Chief of NAS" in TKO in the third
brought up rear I a 'coming in from the outfield raising -
The NAS nine drew first blood
Robert Beau l'l'au. the N.\S Jax I
In the last six-team meet Pen- round. havoc
with and flies
I varsity softball try-outs will be. In the first inning when after Allen ] pop-ups
sacoa: beat the locals by a scant The other Mamsido winner, Joe I In fact, the outer gardeners wen
seven-point margin: but then two I held starting tonight at 1900. ThIs Bilville, won by a KO in the second had walked and stolen second playing almost in the infield
will be the initial with Bud Burge hit a grounder to third. '
i practice
his ,
of NAS Jax's crack skeeters were I round by dropping opponent The Fliers broke into the scor-
another practice session scheduled to the canvas in one minute'I Jack True picked it up and caught I
from the
musing starting I I ing column in the third wh:'u
for tomorrow evening under the : Allen in a run-down, Burge go- !
Both men were in the line-up Friday I and! three seconds of that round. Christy reached first and stole second -
and ran true to form as they I arcs; at the Power Plant diamond. i)I :Bilville hit his foe with a powerful ing to second Then Rally Hages But as the catcher's throw
dropped disc after disc from the I All Mamsiders are eligible to : left hook and the man Just I slapped a single to left scoring ,went wild Christy got up and
I sky I come out for the team. Practices I :seemed to freeze in his tracks and Burge ,raced all the way around, for the
High man for the meet was Lt. will be held nightly at the Power I I II then dropped to the deck. I The Fliers scored again In the score.!
(jg>>> F, E. Fields who racked up Plant starting next Monday. Coach I In the three nights of boxing, fourth as Wally Hages collected I Christy scored again in th'
a 95x100 score Other members of I Beaudreau has announced that a'' 12 teams vied for honors Several his second hit stole second and fifth when he beat out a single and
!i the winning team were Captain full schedule is being mapped out | :Jacksonville schools three colleges went to third on a fielder's choice i I \scored on a two-bagger by Hages
George C. Miller, Lt. Paul King Ifor I the local softball nine this l and a half-dozen organization He scored when Ken Werner drop- >The Fliers added the last and winning
Lt. Carl \vest and Chief Joe Galitano I! season with some of the top service I teams took part, including I! ped a perfect bunt down the third I marker in the .eighth when
outfits of the South. :-:AS. :I base line. I II Bert Beebe singled and stole second -
Drop Florida t. I I I __ ___ __ __ ___ ___ __ I I It was in the fifth stanza that He reached third on a fielder
The local skeeters had to go all NAS MOURNS DEATH I i iOF the locals sewed up the game, : choice and scored on a passed ball.
out in their final round of shoot- NAS WAVES FACE CORPUS I CHARLES H. SMALL: I however, when T. S Ary tripled i In the last of the ninth, the Ma-

ing to drop the highly-touted Flor- CHRISTI SOFTBALL NINE I Many >.\s Jax alhl'te8,1,I l to right to start the rally. Jim rines scored two runs, but a. fast
ida University team winning by a mourned the death this weekof I Daley singled him in and went to : double play from Burge to Christyto
slim four-point margin 470 to 466. HERE SATURDAY AT 1400'I Charles II. Small, former I I second as Allen walked Ralpn : Ary stopped the rally and ended
The meet was held at the local ( state editor of the Jacksonville Christy beat out a bunt filling the ball game.
range last Thursday and a return I The NAS Jax WAVES are Journal and a popular local I the bases and Burge walked, |I On Sunday the locals wetvi
match with the Gator lads is scheduled to meet the NAS Corpus sport figure, who died last I forcing in Daley. Hages flied out,I' trailing the Marines! 1-0 in the
slated for Sunday at Tampa. Christi WAVES Saturday aft- week from Injuries sustained : to deep center Allen scoring after I third stanza, but the game wn
Three men. Captain Miller, Lt. ernoon at the Power Plant diam- In a recent automobile accident. i I the catch, and Beebe skied to left called because of rain
(jg) Fields, and Chief Galitano. ond with game time slated for I Mr. Small was well known In scoring Christy I ---
broke 25 straight on the last rounl 1400 I 1 NAS sports circleHe accompanied : I Meanwhile, Daley was going 'MEET!
like a house afire, but the first batter I THE FLIERS I
to edge the visitors. Leading scorers The local gals handed the Corpus I three of Mainslde's Golden | I
for the NAS team were Lt. Christi nine its only loss of I Gloves winners to the finalsIn I in the sixth, Jack True, sin-
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Fields and Chief Galitano with 98 the softball season last year, and I Nework, was the announcer gled to right to smash his hopesfor
out of 100 discs to their credit, the Texas outfit will be out for revenge -; of the St''f'nth'a'al District I 1 a no-hitter. True went to sec-
closely tailed by Captain Miller Ruth LaVere and Laddie Boxing: Champions held ond on a wild pitch and reached
who carded a 96x100 Lt. King Vladeff will be batteries for the I here recently.. and participated I third on a fielders choice. He "
rang up a 91x100 and Lt. Rest local nine, while the probable battery II I in a number of other station I> scored on Bud Burge. erro'r. ruin-
dropped 87 out of 100 from the I for the visitors will be Jane sporty p\.t n t". I -- -- -- -I

sky Moss and Arlene Lennv 1 Seamans Wins ArcheiyClub '
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returned to the NS
Ulx lM sports( scene last week as the
Archery Club's first American
round match was held Saturday if.1. "
at the local range George Sea '''I'" .
mans won the club championshipby '
& racking up a point seine ot ,, ..> .r"'....,"'..., '. .
!537 out of a possible 810
EddRieth I placed second I with
.JJ4: :and Paul Frazier won thirlusiiion
:> by scoring J12
Although these scores were 1 lo>* .
th" three top winners and all tit
:" '>4t ot the contestants wetun-
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<( j
u r a handicap fur this was the
t list time they had shot at (' glllat .I.U KHi. > .. T//:, I" 1'I H]ltt.
1.1\ l.>ng distances Before thu hander t'r the ''VAS FIll'r On
in., ,t. they had been confined to I ball nine. n currently sporti i ,
'h.' JO-yard indoor ran,;'e. I :a toO record fur the locals a ;
k Seamans held a slim eight-point well ad clubbing the pellet at '1.3Z0
a I advantage over Rieth to start the pace. Possessing a 23-5( sla ..
final shooting of the 30 arrows at for his work with the Fliers
40 yard. With 12 to go, Rieth two previous seasons, during
shaved Seaman margin to threepoints can also till in at any other post "
I but with :a strong finish the tion. He has already played six !
winner increased his margin to 3t games at the hot corner this a!
points year and filled in the sun field on I
I II* UK AKF: Tilt I'AMOt'H: "Green Dragons who are slated to he one of the top softball diamond Arrangements are being made one occasion A native of Akron .
nine in the second half ot the intra-mural softball loop The CPO team copped second place in the for the station championships at a Ohio, Jack played American
I National League an the first round but were hampered at the beginning of the season without a topflight dato to be announced next week. Legion and High School ball and I
I hurler. Front row, left to right Crews, Sweeney, Bomfa Schroer, Zayac, and Etter. Back Also, a proposed Seventh Naval then played for some prefer !
row, left to right, Carpenter, Abraun. Guerini, Sutton, Wansetler, Robertson, and manager ChlsmMlaitng District tournament It being planned sional teams in the mid-west 1r I
when the picture was! taken were White, O'Hearn, Gushanaa, and Kresovack to lie held! at the local range. fore entering the service.


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