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: June 5, 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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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./ 5-No. 10 5 June 1947 "::1

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 7th Naval District ::1


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: .. i :?""';:;.:r"F: : > ". .' ," : : :,'*.,.:''*" : ....'.."!.. ,.'..,". ..,. :;'.;.:.."t. ,! Brief Ceremony Marks I

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Change 01 Commend I

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At Air Station Monday

In brief simple ceremonies on the parade area in frontof

the Administration Building: Monday morning, Comdr.

fh, : Paul E. Emrick, NAS Executive Officer since July, 1945,

assumed command of the Jacksonville Naval Air Station as:

\ Acting Commanding Officer.

d The formalities lasted only a few
i minutes and were witnessed by
'Ship's Service only a handful of personnel who
i were able to leave their duties in

91t1 Revives Special i order to attend. At the conclusion
Captain Anthony R. Brady, retir.

Order ing Commanding Officer, shook:
+ hands with all department head:

i Ship's Service has revived! its and said goodbye. Then, accompanied -
Special Order department it was i by Comdr. Emrick and Theodore .

:I announced yesterday by Lt. Jgt( '' T. Fritch Jr., executive department -

1 R. W. Breault Ship's Service Offi administrative officer,
cer. the Captain turned and mounted
the steps of the Administration
Available immediately through Building and disappeared inside
Making Progress I all Ship's Service stores in me: i While the change of command

: Jacksonville area will be this spe- was taking place military person-
the cial service which will enable naval ,, nel and civilians alike were reading
tional enlisted housing on
personnel to purchase a wide rangeof a notice to all hands in which
station was moving rapidly merchandise at savings from 20 the said
skipper :
ahead last week with the frame- .
40 cent.
work for four homes already to per 1 "/ regret that the time hat coma
nearing completion. The erection The Special Order merchandise /or my detachment.
the merchandise car-
of these additional housesis supplements "ln departingroei the Naval
expected to alleviate the ried regularly by Ship's Service. Air ,Station, Jacksonville, I with
housing shortage a little, but The only articles which may be to extend my best wishes to all
1 order
many Navy families will still purchased through special naval and civilian personnel and
have to hunt for apartments'! In are those not on Navy Ship's Store to express to them my thanks and
Bulletin.., or carried -
,crowded Jacksonville. Price Agreement (Continued on rage 2))
i in stock and which can be .
obtained locally at a discount.

Here's the way to use the Special Seek Applicants For

Order service. Go to one of I

the suppliers listed below and ,
One-Year Course At
REAR ADM. WAGNER select the items you want. Deter-
mine the discount price. Then go
COMMENDS NAATC I to Ship's Service and pay them Navy Music SchoolFaced '

the discount price plus a two per
with an acute shortage*
ON SPORTS RECORD cent handling charge. They will of trained musicians, the Navy is
order which is
give you a purchase
seeking applicants for the one- I
Recruiting Office For Naval i. Word\ as r ii-rei\vd this week by given receipt to of the the supplier merchandise.by you upon And year course at the Navy School of
'I II Music! in Washington D. C.
Rear Admiral Ralph Davison, that's all there is to it simpleas
Only non-rated men with a musical ;
Chief ofaval: Air Advanced
Reserve Here To Remain OpenA I Training from Rear Admiral ,, substantial A.n.C.-and amount you of Should money.save a background or rated musicians -
who have not throughthe
Frank D. Wagner' Chief of :Naval I gone
Air Training at Pensacola Florida All the following local concerns course, are eligible for the

temporary recruiting station for the Naval Reserve, congratulating and commendinghim have agreed to sell to naval per- I i course. Upon completion of thcoursE'
sonnel at a discount. Clip out this the strike for
for the fine athletic records man may
established at NAS Naval Heserve Week observance
during list and keep it handy so you will Mus3c and will be assigned to
will continue operation indefinitely, it was announced yes his com nand by during teams the representing past win- know where to obtain merchandiseat duty in a unit band.
I a saving. The lack of musicians
developed -
ter sports season.Particularly I
terday.Decision (1) Svvindal-Powell Furniture ('0. during the demobilization per
to maintain the recruiting office here was outstanding wE're'
reached as a result of the outstanding success recruiters had the NAS Jax bpxing and basketball 100 Main\ Street iod and has grown steadily worse
((2)) Kid eU Furniture Co. in the past year according to the
outfits which second
in enrolling a record number of placed I 270'J North :.\1)'rlle'enut" director of the school.
station civilian employees duringthe -M-arines-; ---I. and third respectively in the Athletic final ((3): ) Con..olidatt"dutorntJth't' ('41. Anyone interested in applying
Naval Air
four days they were here, of- d I. Conference standings. 1075 West Forsyth Street for admission to the school should
ficials I stated ,I I (4) Kaybro Electric Co. contact Chief Musician O. L. Mc
The sub-station is located in Avengers Will I The very comprehensive intra- (Continued on Page 2)) Millan in Bldg. 610 ext. 8272
Room 8, Bldg. 167. It will be open I mural sports program which pro
every Thursday from 0800 to 1630 vides healthful recreation for all
under the current plan. personnel at NAS Jax was also
office noted by the Chief of Naval Air
the one
By keeping open
Mariners and Avenger .
with much satisfaction.He
day each week, Naval Reserve recruiters : I Training
torpedo bombers will once again for
hundreds was most appreciative too
hope to sign up fly at NAS Jacksonville when the excellent manner in which NAS
mote m the various reserve of programs the- ': ATU No. 10 and ATU No. 5 move and NATTC Jax. as co-hosts .
The availability j here from Banana River, followingthe handled the NATAC swimming
will make it
i deactivation of that
.b-statiOn activity. championship meet held in Feb-
those interested in the
TVaval Reserve to visit the Jack- Neither the PBM: or TBM will bea ruary of this year. -,.. ,

sonville Navy Recruiting Office in newcomer here, as both were These comments and congratulations ;
the Post Office Building to obtain I|, used at NAS Jax In the past. Ad- from Rear Admiral Wagner ,'
information on the program or to vanced training in TBM aircraftwas reflect credit upon the commandas :"
effect: enrollment. given here during the war a whole and upon the :Mainside I
and PBM's were used in an avia- Physical Training Department[
Applicants should bring the required -
tion indoctrination course< for tho I which con' documents with them if
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they wish to sign up during their --- gramsFootball
initial visit Veterans must have
their discharge papers and noticeof +
separation while eligible non- Jux-hiulIY; ScheduleFor Y Qw.
veterans must bring proof of birth

date 1947 Announced By PT I fil

Tilt Ja\-Navy: football schedule for the 1947 season vxa-. ., .. ,
Station Model Car announced Tuesday! by Lt. ('0111111'. Anthony J. KuMiio offu-er- ._....-. .' ti.+g :

in-cliarge of the Physical Training and Welfare Department. ; .,
Race Track To Open According to the .schedule, the eleven will' ) meet traditionalriaU

like Cherry Point Ottumwa Pensaeola. Corpus' ChrUti) :;

Officially On SundayThe .Mei n liU, and Ft. liennlng. The grldders will\ also face such
newcomers at :stetson ('n \t'r..ity, Parris Island, an\l p.I.*sU>ly
IT-W station miniature race Norfolk. .
track, located behind the ten- 'i Here Is till! ..dlt..Julto: : ?

.car courts at Mustin and York- : .!7 Seit.| Norfolk ;Naval stare at Norfolk, Va. (Not yet confirmed Jii/;, : ....,...... A. t)1COMIti
will be officially opened at .) :
1300 this Sunday with Comdr. PaulE. I I Oft. Metson University at IUlh.ic.'il'1 Stadium:
Emrick, Acting Commanding 11 Oct. Cherry) Point Marine at Cherry Point, N. C.IB .

Officer, officiating at the ceremonies Oct.* Ottumwa at Ottuimva, la.
Jfi Oct.* Penaoola at Municipal ;MtaJium.
E. KMUICK, left bids Anthony It.
PAUL Captain
Highlighting the program will I Nov.* Corpus ClirisU:' Comet' at Corpus Chrintl, Tell:
last farewell at change of command ceremonies Monday
be the first meet staged at tho a Nov. Open Brady a .
track when the local JaxNavyClub 15 Nov.* Memphis at Municipal Stadium. morning outside the Administration Building. The Commanding:
Officer read his orders, then turned over the administration of
plays host to .he Model RaceCar 22 Nov. Open
Club oC Jacksonville. There 30) Nov. Fort Banning at Fort" 1k'llIlIh.gGa.. station affairs to Comdr. Emrick. Notably moved, Captain Brady
should be plenty of speed to burnas I' 8 Doc. Farris Island at Municipal Stadium bade each department head attending the brief ceremony a personal -
before to his office to attend to a few
the two clubs attempt to eatab- -Denote Naval Air TrainingAthleUc Conference goner.'r. "Good-bye" returning
e: last-minute details,
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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 5 June 1947

Wavy Will Announce WinnersOf I 'HAVING A WONDERFUL _.rJ.. '6J' I

Literary Contest 15 June T i a

(SEA-Two) winners in the Navy's first literary contest S

will be named about 15 June. The contest, sponsored by

the Navy League has been under way since last December.

A total of 257 manuscripts from Navy and Marine Corps TIME"r

personnel were submitted in the competition which closedon

1 May. These have been criven preliminary. iudeincr> by
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o.group of naval officers In Washington -

D. C. Ten manuscripts! selected -
by a six-man board of civil-
ian judges then will go up for final HospitalChatter

scrutiny.Dr. .

Theodore Morrison of the Y'
English! Department at Harvard
University and a Navy representative -
will make the final selectionof _
the winning entries. Winning Ily WII1TK
contestants, at least one of whom A vote of thanks from the Soft- _
must be enlisted will ball Team to Mr. Luckie. Reason-
man, receive -
fellowships to the Bread take a look at our softball diamond -
1QafVritt'rs' Conference at Mid- It now rates as one of the

dlebury, Vt., from 14 to 28 August. better fields of the Station. Be-
The Navy announced that about fore all of this work was done, we
two-thirds of the entries were the could get a good team to play out
work of enlisted Navy and Marine' here once, but no more, becauseof
Corps officers the condition of the diamond.
personnel although
Including the rank of captain in I Now any team should be glad to
I have a chance to come out here
the Navy were represented. Papers Y g <
also were entered by members of and play.In .
the Waves and the Navy Nurses the future we will try to
Corps. range a double-header every ar-I

Many of the entries were in the day afternoon with the best

form of poetry, the Navy said, although possible. .. .. .. I
short: stories, novels, articles -
interviews and radio scripts To anyone who wants a good
were included.All dog, here is an opportunity that's ,

going to be hard to pass by. Mr. ______
manuscripts will be returnedto
Seydick in the Carpenter Shop _>>'17'''''''''''' m
the writers when final Judginghas has a seven-month-old (female) DANCERS AT THE GALA Crew 8 Dance here Thursday night crowd around the bandstand to

been announced.. Boston Bull Terrier he will give to hear Chuck Taylor imitate the Ink Spots and POll Harris The dance was one of the biggest hitson
I anyone: who can provide it a good the entertainment calendar in months, and the music* of Dirk Rankin's or.hestra really went over

Briefs home. This dog comes from pedigreed with the crowd.Forty .
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(Continued from Page 1)) breeding.* AspirantsOut Navy Hunting Glass For
deep appreciation for the splendid' In case any of you thin men

_ opfration and loyal support are interested in gaining weight,
which they bare. consistently yivtn we suggest that you see Duncan For New NAS German-Built Wind TunnelSEA
to me. Galloway in the Physio Depart- ,

"It was a pltnsure to serve with I! ment. The poundage that Dune ( ) Scientists at the Naval Ordnance Laboratory in Washington
y u. has put on in the last three weeks : Softball Outfit D. C., are looking for some real high-class windows but they're
GOO D B r E AND GOOD I has been really amazing. What's being bothered by striae.

LUCK/" the secret Dune ? Approximately 40 softballershave Seems' that the glass originally installed in the wind tunnel brought

Comdr. Emrick will commandthe been working out nightly un- I over from Germany wasn't so hot. Photographs taken through it turned
Air Station until the arrival I It seems that Walter Kellams', der the arcs at the Power Plant I, up all spotehed and lined A wind tunnel that you can't get good photo-

of the new Commanding Officer, PhMSc, has recently been chris- diamond in quest of a starting i graphs from is no earthly good to
next month. Captain Duckworth I tened "Butterfingers" by his shipmates berth on the NAS Jax softball' anybody. Matter of striae. Striaeare
_ has been on duty here before hav- Every time Walt picks up nine. From this list of 40 hustlers imperfections in glass which

ing served as Chief of Staff to j anything, particularly glass, he Chief Robert Beaudreau, coach of foul up pictures taken through the
,. Rear Admiral A. C. McFall when immediately lives up to this name. the Mainside outfit, will carryover glass. Of more than 100 German
the latter was Chief of Naval Air All this may simply be the after- about 15 players.: plates which came over with the

Operational Training.Ship's math of a sudden deluge of water All the positions are open yet, tunnel only four were found to be
I he ran into the other night while and anyone else caring to tryout a free of striae and other defects like
attending some very personal busi for the team may do so by show- 1 cuts, scratches and chips.So .
Service ness. ing up for practice. The team is the scientists canvassed the
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planning on entering the city loopin field looking for optical glass. Commercially

(Continued from Page 1) Your old familiar Rec Hall will town. i By J. F. :Nelen, ACMM the best they could do

707 Ocean Street be a night club scene tonight when Most of the players are men I The swimming pool behind your was an inch-and-a-quarter thick
((3) Universal Gem Co. the "Club Nocturne" sets up business now with teams in the intra-mural club is sure catching the dickens sample. Too frail. Has to be an
6C75 Roosevelt Hlvd. for a one-night stand. A floorshow I league, and quite a few of themappeared these hot week-ends. Most every inch and three fifths thick.

(Utamond.) of Jacksonville talent will in the recent AH-Star I Saturday and Sunday you can find I The Bureau of Standards, a

((6) Charles Webb Co. be featured, so arrange your date',tilt any or all of your buddies there. friendly, cooperative outfit, offered
231Vest Adams Street book now to include this one. The team will play members of Some of the chiefs don't take to to help and found itself building

Jewelry.l'atchevliarnondo( the Naval Air Training Athletic the water, however, and one of special annealing ovens to accommodate -
Silverware, Leather Luggage) Conference, other I the lare size of the plates
Remember the May dance last plus many serv- them happens to be "Hook" Wagner. -
(7) C. II. Brown Co. month the night there were ice nines throughout the South How come, "Hook" ? There I needed. Even at that, some of the
118 West Bay Street enough girls for everybody to and Southwest such as Parris Island isn't any soap in it! pieces may take as long as two
months of constant annealin tempering
(Photographic; Equipment) dance ? Well-more of the same Morrison Field, Tyndall Field, We noticed that the CPO Club1 (
before will be ready
((8)) K. Burns Jewelry Co. are due for Tuesday, June 10th, Eglin Field, Green Cove, and sev- softball outfit, led"by< Manager for the polish they and grind depart
201 Laura Street
when a "Fan Dance" hops out of eral independent outfits. Chism, had its picture in the Air ment.
((9)) Jhnal Jewelry Co. the calendar. The Rainbow girls .
News last week. A mighty fine One more source of glass the
111 Main Street
will be your hostesses, and music locking outfit, but it's good
a thinga scientists found was a lot of large
((10) The 440 West Sport Fort-yth Shop Street will Bombers"be by who the Mainside "Jive Rump Takes WAVES certain player wasn't present or slabs of glass which also came
get better
every the camera would surety have from Germany. These are being
((11)) Gra>bar Electric Co. time we hear 'em. So man your been broken. Know who
2203 Main Street Tennis Crown Here we mean, surveyed and usable regions marked -
dancing stations-this is IT! Fishy ? I out. But nobody's very hopeful
((12)) Pc-asIee-Gaulbert, Inc. I
There was a fair crowd about
Playing one of her finest seta at the it.
2400 Liberty Street The Red Cross beach trip sure of tennis on the court this season, Bingo Tuesday evening, about 60 .
(Furniture, :Appliances proved to be a fine one! Every- Hermanina Rump won the WAVES people. Becase of an unforeseen
((13)) Southt'rnhCJle..ale Fiirnl1 thing was with us this time-even tennis championship Sunday by accident to little Mike Malone, StationContinued

u re Co. broke into print in the Jacksonville virtue of her win over Ann Elder. "Pappy" Malone couldn't help out,
744 Rest Street ( from Page 1)
Bay Journal. Luckily, there
were no She garnered two straight sets but with the very capable assist-
((14)) Florida Radio) & lish new station records. A parties
ApplianceCo. names on the picture so we won'thave at scores of 6-2, 6-1, to win the ance of Chief Hughes, the bingo
ularly intense will be be-
too much of fan mail rivalry
problem trophy which will be presented to went ahead. We were only able
2320 StreetPatrons tween Chief George T. Hubbard
Liberty I ,
her this week. to play 20 games. Some of the
were reminded thatShip's Our thanks to Mrs. Towers and Rump's serve in the first set lucky winners were R. M. Al- I leader of the station club, adn .
Service acts only as an intermediary all the Red Frank Ironmonger president of
I Cross volunteers who was a group of low, sizzling, pow- dridge, Mrs. Phyllis Motika, Mrs.
in providing this ser- 1 elped-and we hope this'll be a er-laden drives which sent her opponent M. H. Kennedy, P. C. Bade, Mrs. the Jacksonville outfit, since they
vice and that transactions are repeat performance before have two of the fastest "protoa"in
long deep into her own terri- Lillian G. Varley, Chief Homer
solely between the buyer and the II tory to recover. Elder came back Prichard, and Rubye R. Piper. the southeast.It .

supplier. Ship's Service can not Ty Cobb, the blue-eyed Georgia with some nice net shots, but the Say, fellows, let me cut in was also announced that the
assume any responsibility for the I Peach, led the American League eventual winner copped the match on some inside dope. You all you know local club has put in a bid to
quality o rprice o fthe merchandise 12 times in batting and retired with her quick recovery on distant Jimmie "Champ" Morriss, well, I hold the Southern Regional Cham-
from the pionships here sometime in the
purchased companies
majorleague shots and lobs which streaked according to the grapevine, he has
listed near future.
above it i
was for the corners. been milliner the wool over hi.. I .
shipmates' eyes. The-iem Isid;

T of the Morriss family (yes, he and MarineContinued
Estelle made the trip down the

aisle January 9th at Folkstone! ( from Page 1)
Georgia) tells us this. Good luckto
the both of you. Annapolis graduates last summer.
We I Because of the crowded conditions
sure wish that folks
would I here, the PBM squadron will
donate a few
items to share Hangar 140 with the VO-
the little black box that'snailed
VCS outfit. Bldg. 158 will be used
to the bulletin board at the I
as a ground training building for
club.The both.
mighty Unit
Flag bowed
I ATU No. 5 will share Hangar
In defeat to the mighty fine hurl-
116 and the adjacent aircraft park-
ing of Chief Crews Heibie "The
Scar" ing spaces with A&R and AFU. In
Abrams and "Blackie"
fa, batting 1,000 wentho heroesof Bom- ; spaces" with ATU No. D and will .
this occupy Hangar 114 with ATU No.
particular game. Final 4.
score was 0-0. This game, the -S S .
opening game of the second round
woman went to Heaven
put the fellows in fine condition.
and knocked off one of the gates
They came back to trounce the getting in.
great A&R Dept. nine which
boasts Fausto Palumbo. The final of three. Congratulations!

score against A&U was 8-3. Avery How come there aren't more of

.. magnificent record, fellows. you folk at, our Saturday night
SWINGING AT liEU IIOKth'B porus off Istanbul lies the USS Leyte during five-day can I Keep wp the good work. Peter"Brownbngger" dances? It's a'very fine way to

on the city It was the third time in a year that U S ships visited' Turkey. Gushannas starredin spend an evening, 00 we'll be
this game by getting three out looking forward to seeing you.

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5 June 1947 JAX AIR NEWS Page Threo

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June is bustin' out all over-
. Spring has sprung and summer is
here for sure.
I yI
Our Softball season got off to a ,(
flyin' start with the gals taking
two games from the Corpus Christi -
group. Have you all seen "Sally jJl
Sue" the team's mascot? She has I s y I
one of those sharp uniforms I Ir
plete with ball cap! com-I Y

that "Sally" gets a hash .
for every victory. Keep up the I MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
good work and "Sally" will soon

look like an "old saIL"I I Movies, \\'t'.kIlAy1730 and 2000; wt't"kt"nti1I80 and 2000.
Ruth Dobson is not only a THURSDAY
"mother" to Schenley, she has "DANGER STREET", with Jane Withers.
some new additions to her family FRIDAY
Notice those thriving tomato "LAST OF THE MOHICANS", starring Randolph Scott,
plants outside the window of room SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
139! "Better Homes and Gardens" "THE HOMESTRETCH", featuring Maureen O'Hara
should hear about this. y MONDAY
Ask Annie K. about her sea- II "LITTLE MISS BROADWAY", with Jean Porter.
duty these WAVES really. '..IT.SU't.UStSU: : ,\Y M-
j get around Vivian Betts got ))5 "DISHONORED LADY", starring Hedy Lamarr. .
married while on leave and is now THURSDAY
;' Vivian Metts (No, that's not a "PRAIRIE RAIDERS", with Charles Starrett. .,
C misprint) Confusing, isn't it? II
I How about all these chiefs mak- W JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
\. ing PA! We're waitin1 for some I
candy and cigars and we hearthey're SILU !start at 20OOTHURSDAY
waitln" to be dunked I "I-U. t-t-thls, the ppplacewwhere. you get. a b-b-blood t-t-te'st ?" AND FRIDAY
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Don't imagine they'll be disappointed -- "THEY WON'T BELIEVE ME", starring Robert Young.
1 join the A W. A. (Amalgamated I USO WILL CLOSEDOWN I I "PRAIRIE RAIDERS", with Charles Starrett.
) Wolfess' Association 1)) We must I ON 8 JUNEThe i 0 SUNDAY _
1 look ahead you know; they're I II I "LAST OF MOHICANS":: featuring Randolph Scott.
planning on making date rooms Saltation Army USO unit I :MONDAY AND TUESDAY
when things get settled down. Well, at 122 Weld Purtytli Street will "THE HOMESTRETCH", with Maureen O'Hara.
the A.W.A. will provide a date to flute 1U door- on 8 June after WEDNESDAY:
go with the date room For a small' catering to the need *,f servicemen SALTY HUMOR FROM "LITTLE :MISS: BROADWAY", featuring Jean Porter.
-sum. that is. I In the Jacksonville area for HERE AND THERETh THURSDAY

SCENE OP Tilt.H..K many years.! During the war "DISHONOREDLADY", starring Hedy Lamarr.
and afleruard during demobilization -
Rosie Devine moving in the mid-
I the USO played host to gob picked up a telephoneand
dle of the nite .
never a dull
moment.If j thousandof Army and Navy dialed a number OTHER EVENTS
personnel who came there for a "Hello, baby, this is Gideon." .
you ask Brownie something ,' snack, to write letter home, to "Who?" asked the girl. "I can't BINGO "ARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage
and have to wait a few minutes play ping-pong, see a movie, or understand you." ATHLETIC GEAR-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and
for your answer, it's just because i ishe's !i just to lounge: around "Listen," said the sailor. "It's I Mustin Road, 1000-1130( and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room, top
countin' stitches and that All ser\icriii4' vUio still have Gideon-G for gin, I for Ice, D for j I side Bldg. 726, 0300-1700 on work days.
sweater is pretty important\ .1| ,
articles flunked at the club were drink, E for excess, 0 for off duty, MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 4, Bldg; 913, open 1200-2100.'
Have you made any mistakes in asked l b)' the director to pick and N for nothing to do. Get Club meets at 1900 Fridays.
the pattern yet, Helen ? "
I them up on or before th" cloning that? 'I MODEL RACK CAR CLUK-Room 3, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1900'
"Bogie" wrote us a letter and date "Well, I still don't know who Frida.. '
reports that she has a "good deal", \ you are," replied the girl, "but it lHOTO( H.U'II'LlURoom 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1900
but we bet she misses us just a i r- SAILOR DOUBLESAS sounds interesting, so come on i Fridays.

little Teddy Jackson is at Great over." I O\\'L1XG-Six alleys located in Mainsida Recreation Building
Lakes also, so she and "Bogie"are
No. 3, Alleys open from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700- I
seein' the town. Teddy left NAS sailors are pitching in Beach: A place where a girl 2100 Saturdays and Sundays. I
here in December for the West as life guards now. goes in her baiting suit. BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut. '
Cuast and ended at Great Lakes
up The Jacksonville Beach Life Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
It's a small world Sai'tnyn Corps reported that Eddie Son: "Pop what Is the .person 1500.
called who brings in contact
Popiac of HAS dove into you
Her: "I think dancing makes agirl's the surf to atti.it a woman with the spirit world?" MAINMDE LOLNGE-Formerly the Reception} Center, located in
feet too large, don't you?" bather tn distress lout week- Pa: "A bartender, son." the South wing of Building No 95o, Is open to NAS personnel and
Him: "Yeah." end. their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding reception

Her: lot think swimming gives a Always ylttd to jt a helping In the chow line I really was ? by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radlo-phonograph
girl awfully large shoulders, don't hand, the hard-working lifeguards gypped, j,I available for use of all hands.LIBRARY .
you?" I send their thanks to Ed Writes a sailor in quite a shaky -Located on second deck: of Mainside Recreation Building
Him: (pause) "You must ride I via the AirVVIIKNKVKR News. script.I No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
quita bit too. i Ldie inched toward the door I 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
---- -.- For an hour or more. SII'1MJllNG-moutdoor( poolai Daily :Monday: through Saturday
... .-q' ,,,, v, .. .. ...,,... .. But before I got In I was ship- 0800 to 1900; Sunday--1200' to 1900. .
,, ped. I GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun
; I I day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House Bathing/

Storekeeper: "That hat is a trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
r ? nice fit, isn't it?" ,, ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
F ''j Boot: "But suppose my ears get cords and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300 Located south of Mason
tired?" Field.
I 'ilS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train.
: "Who introduced you to your lag Building No. 72(3( and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin And
: wife?" Yorktown Roads).
i : "We just happened to meet. I .UtClltltl'-Club: located in Bldg. 899, open daily from 1800
i, don't blame anybody." to 2200); Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to '2200.
i iI Everyone welcome
( lTnstItYClosed from 19 May to 16 June to prepare for
q.E q. Nurse Corps Gels changeover to 17-hour-a-day service

\ Permanent Status VVHKKE 10 GO ASIIOKK

USO Armed Service Center, 122 West
f (SEA) Permanent commissioned Forayth Street. Lounge
rank with commensuratepay open \OsOO-2300; Dormitory open 21 hours a day-with showers, shaving

and allowance fas given Navy facilities, etc.
nurses with tht/passage of Public
-I Law 36 18th Congress) which established The shapely chorine addressedthe
E the Nurse Corps as a doctor: "I want you to vac- I Navy Tests New
cinate me where it won't show.
component part of the Medical De-
partment and as a s.aft' corps of Dr.: "All right, that" will be ten I Type Of Frozen
l" the Navy. I dollars in advance.
k I Girl: "Why in advance?" Food ContainerSEA
The director of the Nurse Corps
Dr.: "Because I often weaken I
announced that there are 2,200 "
and don't charge anything.
nurses currently on active duty, of ( Experiments aimed at
which 300 will leave the serviceby improving the morale, health and

,' :;;'>.,,"':k '.."''-----_ __________ I 1 July, leaving the corps 1,000 Said"Is one that casket to coffin another?" casket I efficiency of the Navy in all pnrta
short of its peacetime complement.The you I
: : AN KD1TOK is In doubt about choosing a pin-up, nurses may l.old any rank I of the world are being conducted
I be can always play it safe by running one of Rita Hayworth In [ from ensign through commander.The She: "Stop! Stop! Stop!" with new throw-away containersfor
cane you're in doubt take a long look at the picture of her above director of the corps is a cap Sailor: "What do you think you shipping frozen fools to tropical i-
and then dare to disagree: tain. are, a Western Union telegram" climates.

Because of the great danger of

I STALEMATE Iiy Harold Jones.Sl----- The Bird fool spoilage! when container areexposed
to tropical heat for even 4I
I few minutes, only relatively small
'S'V' amounts of frozen foods and vegetable -
\ ?* now are being shipped over-

U ::1I ET,1s N'( I seas.pitals.These go principally to hos I

.. t
'' o tFIAe Cork-lined, zipper-top containers
with canvas covers were sent from
1 I NSD, Oakland Calif, to Guam OH
the USS Graffias (AF-29)). The OO
containers each holding '2 pound
of frozen food, were precooksd for
two days at 10 degrees below-zeio
before being filled

The cheap, elective throw-awa.y
i' container may provide the )last link
'; in the Navy's sUPlly chain of

+te 1 v ES frozen food to remote overseas


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Page Foui JAX AIR NEWS 5 June ,1947


J11)Juf5 Hobby ProgramBy ] IT'S A TOUCH LIFE r' By Sleeves

Sh\pa' Editorial; Association

Editorial Office With the interests of the men on the

South Wing, Lower Deck Bltlf. tSO recent Antarctic expedition as a valuable in- (

Telephone Extension 8184 dex to the desires of the men in the Fleet, \

Arthur M. Greene, Editor the Navy is planning a greatly expanded c \ -;;

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the hobby craft program. Manuals covering each. / 1

17. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and available craft are now prepared for publica-

printed commercially: with non-appropriated funds at tion to aid individual ships and stations in ..taas

no expense to the government and In compliancewith their hobby craft ... Olby
SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December programs.

1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat Some surprising revelations show new

the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical interests and revivals of old ones among the

Training Air Advanced Center Training, the Headquarters Command, Headquarters of the Naval ot men on board the USS Pine Island (AV12)one ) ,1 I tTtlTi4

the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air of the "Highjump" ships-which kept

Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Range them happy and busy during the long South

And the U. S. Naval Hospital. Pole hours.
Rear Admiral Ralph Datlicn.Commandant .
Seventh Naval District Though there are no statistics to backus
(;1I.d ef Naval Air Advanced Training .
up, it is generally conceded that photog- '.

(',(Q r. Paul E. Emrtck, UN, Commanding raphy is the most popular shipboard hobbyas .

Jacksonville) -Naval Air Station well as the most popular on land. But

Ctx< Naval Air Technical V. Hopkins.raining USN Center Ccmnaandin* leathercraft was the favorite in the deep

South. A majority of men on board the

C4>Uii Robert U.M.:S.GilUtt i Naval(MC Hospital), USN. Commanding Pine Island engaged in the craft.

Second in popularity was model building.
F. W. Prientman. USNR. Commanding
Captain Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Ship models and models of airplanes with gas

engines attracted the greatest number of : = L5firtt W
Lt. Col. T. C. Moor, Jr., USMC. Commanding
Marine Barrack participants.

Captain Jules F. Schumacher. USN. CommandingNaval Jewelry-making is one of the supposedly

Air Gunnery Rang passe hobbies now being revived by men in

Corner. Frederick J. Brush USN. CommandingNaval the Fleet. And of fancy knot and
course "
Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field and then fthe cracked a smile mine!
rope work is still a traditional Navy pastime.

Cunt. Alexander M. Rears USMC Shell craft (making jewelry out of sea :' '
Marine Aviation Detachment shells) was only mildly popular, but that Commercial 1. : :J JI J-:
The JAI AIR NEWS receive Ship' Editorial Association material.
due in to the assortment of
Republication of credited matter prohibited without was part, poor
permission of SEA, Washington 25. D. C. Republication of any materials on hand. Other suggestions were BulletinBulletins .
i I. prohibitedwithout
other matter, except by service publication!
permission of Editor JAX AIR NEWS. submitted with the survey of hobby craftson m
will be until
board the Pine Island to recommend the space has been filled accepted but not I

wider program.It later than 10000 TueMlay. Kxt. ..
I L Letters To The EditorDear I was noted also, that the popularity of 8230. -'

any specific hobby depends upon the leader- FOR SALE ..
Three rooms of furniture, studio couch,
in that craft. Enthusiastic leaders will
ship two book cases, coffee table, kitchen set, STATESMEN AND SEA POW-
enthusiastic followers and vice-versa. occasional! chair bed dressing table
Editor: beget ER is based on the Ford Lectures!
mirror and curtains. II. L. Green
(Here at NAS all the hobbies listed aboveas Empire State Trailer Park. Route No. delivered by Admiral Sir Herbert

The recent letter deploring the laundry most popular with Navy men will be avail I 17, Orange Park. Richmond at the University of
Brand perambulator. L. S. Re-
new baby
Oxford in 1943. This book traces
situation leads me to initiate this query con able when the new Station Hobby Haven vak 4014E: Dewey Park' Annex ext.W0 the the
$. part played by !statesman
cerning the exorbitant level of prices at. opens next month. Already model airplanes, Two attractive modern home. Newly dec as distinct fram the professional:
miniature and enthusiastsat orated. Near Roosevelt Blvd. and shopping
Ship's Service. cars, photography center. Exclusive section. Special sailor in maintaining and usingsea
NAS are enjoying the best of facilities. sale pi'ice to servicemen. Ellen M. Gil. I power, from the reign of Elizabeth -

Let me give a single concrete example. And when the hobby program here is going I Outboard leland, 5-3325.motor:; -3'j H.P. Evmiuile recently up to and including the
It is the states
I war just over.
Khaki trousers sold by the Marine Post I full blast ceramics plastics cabinetry and overhauled. An old motor, but it
are I runs and starts easy. Will sell for1oO.:; man who in peace has to maintain -

Exchange at the price of $1.92 per. The other unusual leisure hour pastimes will be 1'MO See Ford McMichen Convertible Bldg. 913.Club ext.coupe.404. New I the several elements of which

I: offered.) paint. Radio good tires-recently overhauled ; it is composed-instruments cap-,
Service continues to sell them
Navy Ship's 7ir engine. :Special:; shocks fender 'able of fighting at sea, bases for
: .Urt., twin pipes-chrome taken off und their use!,
for an established price of $1.GO per. Just leaded :n. Lt. (jg) L. A. Stevens light: a seafaring population
Test ext. 8387 from 0700 to l.'SO:; or Sen. shipping to transport goods and
how does that add ? There certainly can'tbe I
up ior BOQ. Room 220, e.\t. 501 or 602. armies, a shipbuilding industry,

that difference in the quality of material I Bdby sell carriage for hit in price excellent nt 2000.condition.Lt. Quat-Will and those maritime rights without

tlebAum 4544:; Blount Ave. Call 28042. which it is shorn of its strength;
or tailoring. 1937 Lincoln Zephyr .ed n.t'ou".. $425.00or and the statesmen, not the pro-
best offer below. Call Lt. Sam P.
Numerous other examples could be cited, :News 4ardVieuus f rolnStaGh Wiggins, ext. -:30 or 501. fessional, has the casting voteon
Modern collupsible-type baby carriage und the use of sea power in war.
but the above illustrates the facts. large sturdy plug pen. Both for $20.00. The author claims that commandof <<
See at :2931 Algonquin St. Mrs. Bonny
Just what kind of sense does it all make ? lloffenberger. the seas is still an essentialof
Electric record player with several reroidn. any war in which Britain mightbe
Is it the result of well, what ? 115.00. Lt. S. P. Wiggins at Sr. BOQ.: and
I "The proof of the pudding is in the eat- .Call ext. 230 or 601.Two engaged that the lessonsof
the sixteenth, seventeenth, and
Lt. S. Wiggins -plece living room suite barrel chair
ing." The test of whether a meal is a suc- complete maple bedroom euite with mat eighteenth centuries remain, therefore -

cess is not how it looks or how delicious ext.tress 631 and, or springs.see at Call 1108 Mr.Darin Van St. Home valuable to the modern

I people may say it is. The final test is I Baby bed with mattress. Also.collapsibleplay statesman.IN .
EDITOR'S :NOTE: Since the Jax Air :News en- i pen. 1012 Darin St. Bobs.New BOSTON: CRADLE OF LIBERTY
whether or not the meal is eaten. Columbia bicycle 26", (0.00. Also
1 t-avours to find answer to all queries put to it, Storklme baby carriage'in excellent con John Jennings, author of
LI. Wiggins If'ttera.'J routed to the Ship's, Ser\lce 'I If this is an adequate test for such a com- I dition. $20.00. Lt. (jif) H. W. Ublcu.ext. the recent novel, SALEM FRI-

Officer for comment Ills answer appears below: mon thing as food, it is an equally good test 1948 Nash 534. or"see 600"at. :5265 I Four-door.San Juan Excellent Ave. GATE, re-creates the exciting

for every other phase of life. Especially is condition $1700. See at 2714 Lydia St.after years of the early history of Bos.
1600. T. C. Brown.
this true of religious faith. '37 Buick Four-door radio heater f. D. ton. They were the years of witch

Dear Editor: When Jesus said, "By their fruits ye shall Nation.,machine ext. 312 or bid*. 51f.) NATTC. craft, privateering. smuggling
Washing In Rood condition. W.
know them," He meant the same thing. The I H. Harris, 1215B Hancock: St.. NAS, the years in which the spirit of
The Marine Post Officer
Supply reports ext. 668. rum and slave running, as well an
that khaki trousers without pockets sell for test of religious faith is whether it produces Will sell or trade for passenger car a liberty and independence was born.
1940 S/4 ton Dodge pickup tru k. Open
$1.92 and those with pockets for $2.41 on a results in human living. A religion that can- cab mechanically perfect tires very While this is historical writing, it

cash sale basis. There is no Marine P.X'on not be lived is not adequate. A person who good. Ext. 288 or '4974. Lt. (is) Sand., reads like an exciting adventure

this station. does not live his religious faith really does Two ers.new five-tube Enquire radios with story-for there is the story of
not have a religion. True religion always ivory cabinets. Cent $24.95: but will sell Captain Kidd and the Earl of
The above prices are pegged at the exact for $19.95 each Nunei. ext. 651. Bellemont of Paul Revere, and of
lives in a person. That is why Christianityis 1937 Dodge convertible coupe. Radio heat
procurement cost in the same manner as er. NAAS Cecil Field housing area Apt. Bunker Hill.
true-because it speaks in terms of life 201-B. .
items sold in the Navy Clothing and Small and it the kind of life in One 4-room and one 5-room house on four If you enjoyed the war report-
produces highest
Stores. Such items are procured by and acre of land. Ortega Farm. Blvd. 1101st ing of Ernie Pyle you should like- .
persons. Street* 7500. Jesse E. Crawford Labor wise enjoy HOME COUNTRY .

from central supply sources on Government We have a tendency to think that we Unit Public FOR Works RENT Dept.: which is a collection of his writ-
contract prices. ings during five years in whichhe
have religion when Bible and readit
we own a
Lady with boy would like to share
private travelled all over the United
Ship's Service stores do not have the home! with couple. 5Ui Blackburn
when we give money to the Church, or States. He his desk job,
Road in Lakeshore. Call Mri. Ennm, 2- gave up
benefit of Government contract prices. Al- when we attend Sunday School or Church. 1467. started off in his old Ford witha

though purchasing is now centralized in the While these things are important, they often Large front section.room Mrs.In W.private K. Welch home.2-3047.LakeShore typewriter and an idea, and for

Navy Ship's Store Office in New York, such can be empty forms. We are religious only Sleeping room for couple. Hot and cold five years wandered around in
water. 2920 Spencer Ave., Mrs. Bron- every state of the union. This Is
procurement is still in a competitive free when there is in our day by day living a I Ing. an interesting collection of dories
market. In addition, certain markups have of life. To another Bedroom with kitchen privileges. Mr.. E.
religious quality use par- R. Pemberton phone 2-4774, 3704 R by a distinctive writer.
to be maintained to cover operating costs, as allel, religion is like good music. Music is dill.; n.1 ---
for the Welfare Bedroom and kitchen completely furnished.1 l Contact LI. Corner. M. H. Gklrht-M *.t.T .
well as a profit Station & not intended primarily to be admired or to I except for linens and silver. Will chare U.

Recreation Fund. be preserved. Good music is meant to be living Austin room 23342.and 618 screened Robert Rd.porch.(Murray Mrs. LOST

All personnel should bear in mind that played. So it is with religious faith. It is Beautiful Hill section.2-story) home with eight rooms, Male Simmons blond, Cocker ext 501.Spaniel Reward 11 for] Lt.'IntJ..r.J. S.

Ship's Service pays its own way. All salaries not something to be believed merely, or to :2 baths, and every convenience including MISCELLANEOUSWill

and wages of employees, public utilities, be admired, but to be lived. electric automatic automatic oil burner storage' furnace hot ,water new ilternata week, & week of driving

freight, supplies, equipment, maintenanceand We show our appreciation of the grejit heater newly painted Inside and out on from some Lakechon area to N""'.
large lot. 3151 Ttmuqunn Road, Ve- Working hours 0800 10> KJO Cull Lt.
construction, warehousing, and other composers not when we talk about them and netla. Call Bower 62640. Fisher. ext 04lI .
Two large front r expenses which are a necessary evil of a say how beautiful their music is, but whenwe and share bath. Can Mrs. J. M. Joyntr

merchandising and service organization must play their music. JesUs Christ did not 2-9760. 1028 Uancv (Murray Hill). I
: I e
be paid for out of the slim difference between come into the world to be set up on a pedestal WANTED r r ;

cost and retail prices.A and to be admired only. He came into the Ride 5th from Avenue Jax South Beach to and NAS.Srd Vicinity St. Hours of .

world to be followed. He us a patternof from 0800) to 1630. Cull Miss Hlsten ext. At the Station Chapels, Birmingham
recent order placed by the Ship's Ser- gave 431. Road and Muslin Avenue
vice Department on khaki trousers reflects 1 life, and it is our main business as Chris- Rule from Park and Barr St. to NAS. Protestant
hour 01)00) to 1630. Mr*. Boat 0930 NATTC Service-Chslialn A. C.
F a cost price of $3.50 with a retail of $3.90, or tians to live according to that pattern. Any right tint. C84. Boyer.
admiration or worship of Him that falls furnished:: bungalow desired ty naval of- 148 General Worship Eerviee-Chap-
a"'gross profit of 40 cents (11.1% ) which fleer and wife. No children. Ortega, Inlm W. It. Stevenson.Calhelie .
considerably' below comparable commer- short of that is simply not enough. "Not Lrtkeehoro. or Rhrertide. Call Lt. Bower
ext. 8387. 0700-Mass.
cial merchandise. everyone that saith unto Me, Lord, Lord, Piny pen In any condition Mr*. Hownid C500!! -Mast.
shall enter into the Kingdom of Heaven, but ext. 691.Serviceman. MOO-Mass.An .
service( couple to drive
or Outdoor Nursery for small children
R. W. BREAULT he that.doeth the will of my Father." Automobile to Vermont on or about 10 .1>. maJntalued between 0900

'-*-. Ship's/ Service Office I Chaplain William Jl.: Stevenson ; Jane anyone, Inexpensive teadlne for New transportation England. : area' for i and 1200.

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:.. j VHEY' KEEP 'EM ROLLINGW I Enrollment In Blue Cross Plans Will I

. 11.fI' _._ ,_. ____ :

' ,; -. .J ..A '. _! Close In All Departments On 15 June ;:1

V Enrollment for employees of NAS in the Blue Cross
V ,, Hospitalization and Blue Shield Surgical Plans will closeon 'I

"' ..' L. InspectingThe \ 15 June, it was announced this week by the Employees
i< j"----; ;; ." Service Section of the Industrial Relations Department.

"' JI' I Groups have already been established in the Assemblyand

.tt U:5: Inspectors Repair and Industrial Relations Departments, .and
i policies for these groups are to be
. i'I'" '. J I By IIELEN BL'RNETTETwo delivered this week, it was ttated.
. ;. welcomedinto I In these two departments alone,
I newcomers are SUPPLY
", the department this week: over 1,900 employees have appliedfor
Ann Ford Welden, clerk-stenog- ; the plans, and enrollment is
( rapher, who will take over dutiesIn v still underway in other depart
the Interim Inspection Office; SALLIES ments at NAS. Group leaders revealed -
.' and Frank M. Wills, ACMM, who 1. that enrollment is progress-
s will do inspection work in the ing rapidly and that the campaignin
Interim-Emergency Division. their respective departmentsshould
wind up before the 15 June
I M. O. Hughes, ACRM, took over deadline.
the duties of principal inspector, By CLARA
. Radio-Radar Group, last week. Anybody want a kitten? Two According to Employees Ser-
\ '* w to Chief Millican, former principal inspector kittens, one black and white and vices, the Blue Cross Hospitalization -
I checked out of the depart- the other gray and black striped, plan provides $5.00 per day
in this mud- towards a hospital room for 31
} ment to go on extended leave. We began their sojourn
week Their days in a contract year, plus $L25
are sorry to lose Chief Millican, dled world about a ago.
but he turned the reins over to a mother complacently set up house- per day for an additional 90 days.!
good man, "MO" Hughes! keeping in the storeroom of the There is no limit as to the size of
where the trio the hospital bill for surgical dressings -
It's a baby boy for Chief A. J. Fiscal Group, appears -
to be enjoying life to the drugs and medications, oper-
; Wood and the "Mrs. Congratulations -
fullest extent. ating room, laboratory (except
# you happy couple! Last frozen biopsy), and for ordinary
i M rs\ Y Y. L. Kirchaine, AOMlc, is the Inventory Division news: plaster casts during hospitalize-
week Inventory had four resigna-
j proud owner of a new car, a
:* Parrott Andrew
tions-Herbert tion.The
1938 Oldsmobile. motoring,
Blue Cross ten
Willis, Tim Ellis and ex-Chief plan gives
Kirchaine. Reade. And with the WAVES days regular service per ,contract
Highlight event of the past week gone, too, they will indeed be lone- year for maternity care, with onlya
was the Inspection DepartmentPicnic some and have a lot of "great ten-month waiting period. Be-
held Saturday, May 24th, open spaces" They welcomed side the full benefits in any Florida
I at Kingsley Beach. 'Twas an ideal back to work Lucille MacDowell, participating hospital, $6.00 per
day for a picnic, even though we who has been taking life easy for day for 31 days is allowed in non-
had a few showers. The site was two weeks in Miami, going to pic- participating hospitals away from
I perfect. All sorts of entertainment ture shows, the beach, and havinga home. During hospitalization, the
I were available for those at- good time, generally Get- plan allows $10.00 for anesthesiaand
I tending-bowling, pool, swimming, ting on a less cheerful note, theyre pays up to $15.00 for X-iays
boating, and softball. The food was sympathizing with Sarah Deep, on each admission. It also pro-
delicious, and everyone had a swell whose mother recently suffered a vides $5.00 for emergency treat-
time. Officers, CPO's, and the few stroke Frank Barnett, who has ment where the member is not
I civilians teamed up against the been out since April 24th, reported confined to the hospital.The .
enlisted personnel for a softball that the x-rays; taken of his Surgical Plan provides full
I game, which was won by the former neck, and spine reveal that mis- payment of surgery rendered by
the decision of the cute
( um- placed vertebrae have been play- participating physicians: if the
pire, Rachel Harkins, being final) ing heck with his nervous system income of a single person is $2,000or
with a score of six: to one. And Frank Williams was out last less and to a family group if
by the way, you should have seen week with a very sore knee. the annual income is $3,000 or Ie!'!.
Lt. Powell in that ball game! He
Procurement Division extends Members whose income is in excessof
can catch a fly-ball with one hand
Roberts these amounts receive a credit
sympathy to Jerelene ,
: while holding a bottle of beer in
the other. I whose grandmother died May 26th against the cost of the surgeon'sfee
near Gainesville. as specified in the contract
oA i Lt. (tjg) L. G. McAllister took his :Memorial Day activities: Mu- which will defray the major portion
son, Jimmy, boating. Maybe he'si sette Neville (Procurement) motored -I of the fee.
i to induce him to the
trying join
.. down to Key West to meeta Both plans can be had by an
I when he becomes of !
Navy age relative from South America employee, if single, for only $l'JO
THE \VERSATILE MECHANICS of the Transportation Sectionin I Everyone enjoyed having Sara, Marguerite Bailey (Stock Control) per month, and hospitaliration
the Public Works Department are called upon to service all types "Rusty", Olivia, and Frances come enjoyed the holidays in Miami alone for $.80 per month. Employ.
, of rolling equipment ranging from tiny scooters to gigantic cranes. I "stag", as 'twas good for the party's Bill Waters (Stock Control) and ees desiring the family group plan
Naval Air Technical Center Com7, Naval Air Advanced morale.
Training ,
Marvin Procurement
Highsmith ( ) may obtain both plans for $4.00
Training? Command, and NAS vehicles are kept in shape by the I The meanest person attending spent the week-end in Tampa per month or the hcapitalization) :
section. In the top photo, H. F. Grimes, Sr, makes a minor adjust I the picnic was the one who triedto Marion Fulcher had a big time alone for $2.00. Familyoup.
ment to the motor of a large truck-tractor. i Bottom) J. B. Bradley give Comdr Cottingham's beautiful -
I at Jacksonville Beach Grace plan covers husband, wife, and all
q; starts removing the various control cables and external devices dog a drink of beer. Greene (Fiscal) holidayed in Char- unmarried children under 19 years
prior to disassembly of motor for a major overhaul. lotte N. C. of
who have children
: Naval Reserve. Is it the same old
used to know Nick? Bertha Mehlman ( Fiscal) enjoyed I between the ages of 19 and
Navy you ,
! ;; i As far as individual golf gamesare last week visiting her roth- I 25 who are attending school may

, vAg 1 concerned, there were some er in West Palm Beach. sponsor each them plan.Persons for $.80 per monthfor

; rather spectacular scores over last Willie Fleming ( Disposal) was
.. 'tf- week-end to be just "duffers". thrown into great consternationthe desiring to enroll in the
--- AROUND 4&11 : Let's see some of that spirit at the other day when she discoveredthat plans should contact their group

.---- .. next golf tournament, -what say, she had lost her wedding ring. leaders or Michael Cascone, Em-
Metal and Machines: by -UobbA )' ployees Services Section, Industrial
. 1 fellows. Later that day, Shorty Segal spot- *
welcome is extended to the Structures Division-by-Lathe- ted it underneath a desk near the Relations Department, Bldg1,
') following new employees of the invited to Captain Dodson's office tis S. Gunter-M. W. Terkeurst, mimeograph machine and restoredit 450, ext. 532.
Metal Division: Leon E. Ceilings, : last Wednesday to receive her reward Structures' genial senior super- to the joyous owner. i
shop 426; James C. Mason, shop I a nice check. visor, has just returned from a Graduations: Graduating from .
:. 426; and Frank J. Woloszynowskl, Generally, a Beneficial Suggestion visit to his old home in Alabama.He Andrew Jackson High School was i
:: shop 475. for which YOU are paid is an says he went up faster than he Latrelle Ward, daughter of Gladys I INSIDEPUBLIC
t Congratulations are in order idea that will shorten an opera- came back-motor trouble. Ward (Fiscal Group) Kate
this week to Charles Kaelber, shop tion that YOU perform or insure Helen Ezesky, shop 325 is tak- Hunt's daughter will graduate WORKS
477, who was married last Friday. greater safety to YOU. To make ing a trip by plane to Nebraskato from F. S. C. W. on June 9th.
._) Mrs. K. comes from New Jersey. it simple, you are being PAID for visit her new grandson. lly MARY RODGERS
11. ". Best wishes to them both. an idea that will directly help you Shops 305 and 306 have recently at that. I Well, everybody returned to
John F. Tice wa, shifted to the' and your fellow employees. acquired some additional super- Shop 311 extends a hearty wel- ; work Monday morning all rested
Drill Section and cays he is well j Personnel and Administration vision which lightens the load of come to Charles Sundmacher. up ( ? ? ?) after the long Memorial
pleased with the change. by-Dot Dickson-Mr. Cribbs was others. Glad to have you on our Good luck to you, Charles. Day week-end. Now some of us
According to George Manger, off last week for a few days. Lt. side, Mr. Jenkins, Neal, and Rio. Frances G Wylds is enjoying a have already started making plans
Slim hurries home every night Carr is visiting in Michigan for a Mr. Brock, our group supervisorin pleasant trip to Augsta, Ga. The for the next one, which is the
now that he is married."Hymie" the week. Hangar 123, has at last got his cable shop wishes her a nice vaca- I fourth of July, in case you haven't
always works Lt. (jg) Sweat's mother came telephone ((8296)). figured it out for yourself.
' .., cross-word puzzle and reads the down to Jax: on a visit last week- Employees of Structures Division tion.Pop Forest, shop 325, is goingto I Mrs. Mimi Bailey (MaintenanceTime
I funnies at noon. end. Understand they went on a express their deepest sympa- visit his brother in Carolina.Be .
Section) is on leave this
i Young Eckford and Slim Tyler shopping spree. thy to H. K. Pitts, supervisor of sure and turn your shop news week making for
j-;)",. won cash awards this week for From all accounts, Captain shop 310, in the illness of his wife. items in to "Gunter". With a lit- I her daughter's wedding arrangements which will
& Beneficial Suggestions; and Dick Brady's farewell party was very We hope for her speedy recovery. tle help from us, she will give us be an event of June 14 in Avondale
Holiday has returned from West nice. Everything from shrimp to W. C. Sawyer of the cable shop a good weekly column. Methodist Church.
Virginia where he attended the shrimp. Miss S. made her perma- was called home because of the Planning Division-by-Seamor
funeral of his wife's mother. nent standing by the bowl. death of his mother which was -Jane Parsel has left A&R and We were so sorry to hear of
Accessories Dh'l8lon-by- Sorry to hear that Mrs. Lewis, I quite a shock to all. He had hopedfor Florida to work for the Depart 'Lecy Denmark's illness. Hopeyou'll
'. Cook-Deadline day was "one of our nurse, has been ill, and we all a transfer home to be with ment of Interior, National Park soon be able to return to

J'. those days". Generally, the only wish her a speedy recovery. his folks, but too bad he had to I Service, at Yellowstone National work, Lecy.
satisfaction a reporter gets from Who is the man, Mrs. H., who go under these conditions. You I Park. We were really sorry to see Notes from our scratch: pad .
". his work is the pleasure of making professed to be your secret love? have our deepest sympathy, Saw her go but wish her the best of Wonder what became of the love
' t: others happy. Gathering news is Someone told him he would fall in I. everything in her new position. light which was glowing ever so
.j arduous, tiring business. Not so, love with her. I'm only kidding yer.Mickey Reese is sporting a new Before leaving, she told me to brightly in Louise Bragg' eyea
l" this week. 'cause it was funny. Packard. (Bone dry.) express her sorrow at having to not so long ago? .. Jeff Mim
',4'. Nearly every fellow worker I Jean Snowberger, Blado to mostof Ethel McDonald recently visited leave and to tell everyone that and Joe Sistrunk seem to have
r.t interviewed for news said, "Don't us yet, is expecting her husband her home in Hoboken, Georgia, to she really enjoyed her time spent lost all interest in lire since the
",, forget Mabel" or 'Mention Mabel"or. Jack, to be back in the attend her sister's graduation. here with a "swell bunch of co- dog tracks closed John Me.I .-
"Have you seen Mabel ?" So, States. Electrician Kitchen of shop 305 workers". Although she is look- I Mahan has returned to his native
folks, here's the story: Thanks, Johnnye H., for the has a spanking new Ford "Zipper" ing forward to her new job, she I state of Pennsylvania for a vacation -
"Mabel", of course, is our own lovely gardenias. which he says is "Just what the wants everyone to know that she Nothing daunts Kathleen
m",, ; Mabel Griffin of the Gyro Shop. Engineering Division-by-Fred doctor ordered." I v.ill always remember her many I Franks ';.t :, She's been with us for a long, long E. ('.)'ne-T. P. McLaughlin got All Structures' shops are show- friends and good times that were Section). In the wake of airplane
time and has a personality that off for his final trip to New Or- ing nice production increases. offered her while here. crashes all over the world, Kathie
wins friends instantly. leans to enter Tulane Universitythis "Mac" McCartha, shop 306, is Chief Hintz received a surprise calmly boarded the plane last weekto
Mabel had a problem. It con- week. We all wish him the attending the new Instructor gift (a beautiful pocketwatch) fly back from Pennsylvaniashe
cerned a special tool, a tool she best of luck towards that degree. Training Classes. from his wife last week which he ( made it, by the way) .
needed to speed her production, Hurry back to see us, "T. P.". ,I The new apprentice group is do- I is proudly displaying to all who B. G. Dockrell reports a g-ay ole!
and to insure greater safety in Charles Littlejohn is just getting ing a nice job, and they are going wish to gaze upon it. What was time at the Seminole Can9 ,and
this particular operation. So Ma- a taste of not getting his eight I to make a fine bunch of mechanics the occasion, Chief? Yacht Club dance at the Mayflower -

;. \, bel.. sat down, designed the tool, hours sleep every night. Have you i' some of these days. Let's help If you have. noticed "Mattie" Hotel last Saturday nigwl: .
and it proved to be a time-saver. had a taste of cleaning those them all we can. Wood lately, seemingly unconscious "
a; ... Then she filled out a Beneficial thiee-cornered pieces of cloth yet, The Metals-Processing Group / to the surrounding world, graduate from Florida University *
1,._ '..... I, Suggestion blank on this new tool. "Little"? welcomes Mr, Martin .Shp la we would like to offer an explanation. soon, is in town for a few days..
A committee reviewed her suggestion .. Nick Pullgnano is ,bark with us foreman Reese's secretary,. and avery It seems that Mattie's boy- Too bad Mattie can't get a vac- -
and as a result she was after a two-week cruise with the I courteous and. efficient bne friend who Incidentally, Is to tion now. *


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t JAX Ain NEWS I. Navy ReviewReprinted ] jew tl5ooK6?


from Christian Sctence Monitor May SS, 197 ,
i Comma ruling
I I:": Commander Robert P. BeeN, USN United States Navy, Retired The jacket of KINGSBLOOD
Executive Naval Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor ROYAL, Sinclair Lewis' latest flK)
I .- Subsequent to VE and VJ Days,1 book, says it is "a blazing story ""
Lt. C-.mm.in.l J. W. William, USN
Public Information Officer, search of official German and Japanese plans had been made for swarms with a theme that will shock the
AdvUor. to Ji Atr News records has divulged many 11 of them to attack forces advancingto nation." Kingsblood, the hero of
naval facts which previously were effect landings on Nippon'sshores. the book and the average Amer-
Editorial Offices tor NATTC Section. Rooma 1ST sad Its.
I .
Administration Building 500-A. Tel. Ext. 208. either unknown or mere matters ican Mr. Lewis loves to portray
of surmise.In It was also found that the "Kami discovers on poking into his fam-
Editor addition to information secur- kaze" pilot whose mission was to ily tree, that, he Is descended on
Arthur T. Koutaomkoli. SUNowawriter ed from the records, much data fly his bomb-laden plane into an his mother's side from. Xavier
has been obtained from former per- enemy vessel, had an underwater Pic.
Robert J. Wehling, SU sonnel of enemy nations and other counterpart in the "Kalten" (turn I Xavier Pic was an iron-hearted
sources. toward heaven) zealot, whose task I without whom this country
All Photographs are official U. S. Navy Photograph. math by HAS ,
Photo Lab and Av. Fund. School Photo Lab mil." otherwise credited. The Japanese in this connection was to pilot a standard long-range could not have been settled However
have been particularly helpful in torpedo, fitted with a petlscope-I I I it develops he was "black"and
providing an accurate account of equipped small compartment between 1 I: because of him Neil Kings-
the progress of the war in the Pa- the air flask and war head, blood is one thirty-second Negro.
clfic from their viewpoint. to its target. Cruising tubmarines Neil Klngsblood then has three
A series of interrogations pro- carried as many as six of these choices:
pounded by the United States Stra- fully expendable humanly guided ((1) Bury his new-found knowledge -
tegic Bombing Survey to a selected missies. ,, ,
group of experienced Japanese U. S. Claims Exaggerated (2) Remain "white" and relievehis
lr naval officers who have served In i I Official records of the Japanese conscience by working for the
all phases of the Pacific campaign ; Navy divulge that the sinkings I Negroes to the best of has ability
developed a number of surprises, 'I claimed by the United States Navy (3) Announce his discovery and
UJHRT TO DO! WHERE TO GO! foremost among them being the ,I usually were exaggerated take the consequences. Neil chooses .
candid if not almost eager disclosures i i The prize extravagance of the I the third, and gives Mr. Lewis .
of the witnesses concerningthe I I war, however, was found to be the his theme: The tragdy of the
misfortunes suffered by tht> Army Air Forces claim of sinking "whites". The book will likely startas
navy. ir'l'I 22 Japanese transports in the Bismarck many conversations as the atom,
NATTC Navy Drayyed! In Sea in :March 1943 with an bomb.A .
Practically every high-ranking ,: estimated loss of 20,000 book that has been called
Til(JKMAY-DEVIL ON WHEELS with Damion O'Flynn and Japanese naval officer stated that The records show the JapanE'se'l "an important contribution to
Lanita Lane. Shows at 1815 and 2015: the Navy had been dragged Into sisted of six small transports world history, an outline of the
the war through influence exertedby I small freighters, and eight destroyers spread of European civilization,
FRIDAY ANII- SATURDAY RAMROD starring Joel McCrea, and thai
the Japanese Army with a total personnelfrom and an account of the development
Veronica Lake, Preston Foster and Donald Crisp. Shows at 1730 and no plans existed which contemplated -i; all services of 7000. Twelve of our geographic knowledge" does
2015 on Friday and 1400, 1730 and 2015 on Saturday. a war with Great Britain ships were sunk with an approxi- not sound particularly like a plt>u.
and the United States as allies. 1 mate loss of 3.500 men.
SsUMJAV-TIME OUT OF MIND with Robert Hutton. Shows at Until the defense of ont day's diversion
Japanese The
postwar disclosure that
There are also some new mysteries -
1100 1315 and 2015.: I
Okinawa began to deteriorate, the early In 1913 Hitler's disgust with I : AWAY WENT THE LIT-
MONDXY AND TUESDAY-THEY WON'T BELIEVE ME with extensive: losses of Japanese naval the impotency of his Navy caused TLE FISH. The body missed the
Robert Young and Susan Hayward. Shows at 1815 and 2015. units had been kept from the pubI I him to order all major units to be boat (for those who like them fun-
lie at home successfully. decommissioned came as a total ny as well as mysterious), THE
U'ICON KM)AY-PRAIRIE RAIDERS with Charles Starrett and : Japan's appeal in Moscow about surprise CHINESE DOLL and FOOT-
Smiley Burnett. Shows at IS 15 and 2015. July 13. 1945 for Russia's mediation New-Type U-Boat BRIDGE TO DEATH. Also some
; with a view to bringing about Although rumors were current new Westerns: BUCKAROO'SCODE
TlIl'USU.\T-LAST OF THE MOHICANS featuring Randolph peace gave. Prime Minister Joseph i during the last year of the war TRAIL FROM NEEDLE
t Scott, Binnie Barnes and Bruce Cabot. Shows at 1815 and 2015. Stalin artd Foreign Minister that Germany's submarine complex ROCK SHADOW RANGE and
Vyacheslav M Molotov a secret : was responsible for the development THE BARBER OF TUBAC
Yellow Water weapon of large caliber for use in of a new type of U-boat I _
the Potsdam Conference I with super characteristics the Talbot and Blue. presumably were
THUKsUAY-NO SHOW. There was little effective cooperation ,, tual capabilities of the design radar equipped, but regardless of
between shore-based and I as a surprise. aC-1 such refinement anyone with reasonably -
I'UIUAY AND- SsATUKllAY-THE TWO MRS. CARROLLS with carrier-based Japanese air power The new submarine was good ears should have been
Humphrey Bogart, Barbara Stanwyck and Alexis Smith. against enemy sea forces. ned for continuous operation able on a quiet night to hear the
The German naval attache In merged of from one
by means the Schnorkel hum of machinery ship
SUNDAY- -DEVIL ON WHEELS with Damion O'Flynn and
Lane. Japan during the war stated thatit for providing air and a tur- 500 yards away, much more from
Lanita was impossible to interest the I bine operated by steam obtained seven
lIOXU.oiU- TUESDAY RAMROD starring Joel McCrea and Japanese in using submarines from a complicated reaction between At any rate, it now is known
Veronica Lake. against United States merchant I hydrogen peroxide (11202)), that atrocious watch keeping was
.. shipping, as they considered en- Diesel oil, and water. The mixturedid responsible for the -d ltlastt>r.
\nX": )AY TIME OUT OF MIND with Robert Hutton. emy naval vessels their only logical -: not require air to support combustion Retreat in Leyte Gulf
targets I as it could supply its own Another mystery solved was the
\uttajt Deficiency) oxygen, const'quE'ntly.t'hp turbinE' previously inexplicable retreat of
DOABOARDFLEET'S As early as 1913, a deficiency inthe could be operated with the vessel the Japanese task force which had
TO output of aircraft began toplay I fully subn\ergd come through San Bernardino
havoc with Japanese naval i It was anticipatd that the turbine Strait and turned back when
IX-Open nightly 1730-2130 Bldg. 517. ". \ strategy and tactics. About the 1 could develop 7,500 horsepower everything In Leyte Gulf was at Ita
and snacks available. NATTCenter Or-
Sandwiches '1
same time the Japanese Navy became permitting a maximum mercy.
chestra featured on Monday nights. so fearful of United States I submerged> speed of 21 knots. I According to Admiral Kurita un-
OWLJoiGix- alleys in Ship's Service avail Navy plane attacks that ship for- ;.: Other German surprises were' der whose command the operations;
able to all personnel Monday through Saturday, orations frequently were thrown'' battleships and cruisers having were conducted he decided to retire -
17002130. League games have priority. into confusion by unnecessary'I from 30 to 50 per cent more dis- I because he had been unable to

N. TTC LJBKAKY Located in Auditorium. changes of course' placement than previously obtain any information concerningthe
Open Monday, Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to Japanese radiotelephone and lle I v d. be-I fortunes of the other Japanese
2100. Wednesday, 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun- radar systems were poorly developed Debacle ExplainedIn task forces
day, 1230 to 2100. and communications in the, connection with the Furthermore, airplanes on patrol
Japanese Navy were prone to : of Aug 8-9, 1912 when the Unit-I furnished no information of either
ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker, break down completely at critical,, ed States cruisers Vincennes, I Japanese or enemy disposition of
i. times leaving task-force commanders I Quincy, and Astoria and the I forces and having intercepted a
Physical Training Department, Bldg. 515. ,
in ignorance of important rAustrallan'cruiser Canberra were : Seventh Fleet call for help sentin

TENNIS-Racqueta and bali available at Physical evelopments I surprised and sunk in a 30-minute I plain language, he momentarily
Chains of command were so action off Savo Island, it has I expected to see a United States
513.&WUUUXG .
Training Bldg. poorly established in the major i been learned that immediatelybefore I armada appear over the horizon.So .
fleet engagement following the the attack, the colmn of he ordered a reverse course
TOOL No. 1-(Bldg. 518) For Naval I \ landing at Leyte of United States seven Japanese cruisers passed be. and threw away the chance for a
Personnel with Guests. Children under 12 years forces that the four Japanese task tween two United Stats destroyers second Pearl Harbor.
are not allowed in the pool unless accompanied by a 1} forces involved operated as separate on picket duty and within 500 The opinions contained la the above
adult. :Monday thru Friday units none of which knew yards of one of them, without an article are those of the writer and
or a
I parent are not to I be eonatruxd a* reflrtcUn
0900 to 2045. and what befell! the others during the alarm being gIven.
I 1300 to 2045. Saturday Sundays the views of the Navy Department
Holidays 1300 to 2045.: ,n" I These destroyers, the Ralph or of the naval MrvUw at Im K>>
: ..aftkship 11 uslt.II u.h ---- -
I Japan two newest battleships, BULKHEAD By Murray Garvta
SWIMMING POOL :No. 2-Bldg.( 41tt) For male the Mushashl and Yamato, were
/ Naval Personnel only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to found to displace 63,000 tons and
1200 and 1730 to 2045. Saturday 0900 to 2045. Sundayand carry nine 18-Inch ((45 cm) guns.
Holidays 1300 to 2045.RECEPTION : Nipponese hush-hush about these I t1>
went far that the
ships so guns
ROOM-Located in Auditorium for
were never referred to as other :,
NATTC Personnel, relatives and guesU.: :
than 's special type of 41 cm. ((16-
Inch t'In." 1\
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE Th battleship Haruna whose
sinking by an American Army

WHEKE TO GO ASHORE: NCCS Club at Church and Newnan I bomber during the early days of I .

Streets:: Club open daily from 1700 to 2300, Saturdays, 1200 to 2400 the Philippine invasion was,
Sundays 1000 to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturdaysand claimed with much fanfare, was
Sun.Jays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. found to have been not presentat
JACKSONVILLE: BEACIIEis-Buaea leave at frequent intervals the time, and eventually was:
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e w Navy). Surf bathing sunk at Kure, Japan, in July. 1945, !
and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches. Bus by United States Navy carrier I e
fare 234.: planes. No major Japanese naval
CANOEING, FISHING AND BOATING; Cedar River on San unit was damaged during the

.Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last atop on Philippine landings. "Planes I
Subs Carried
Ben Juan. Row Boats-two hours, :SOc; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor

boats-(2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. ers Rumored armed with giant 12-inch Japanese guns cruis-to I i -\

which the United States repliedby ( l p

i :J/'iJ lA/eeK Ai S/'ip ervlct existent inch laying gun cruisers down a, were program found of 12-1 c : -t)

SPECIAL ORDERS TAKEN The !suspicion that Japan

ated submarines which carried airplanes
I The Merchandise Store is now taking special orders on and midget submarines was ,i)

items not in the store such as furniture, jewelry, photographic substantiated

I equipment, electric supplies and sporting goods. Contrary to the belief that most
of the pilots who were In the air .
t A new film developing service has just been added, when the four Japanese carriers

known as the Deluxe Developing and Printing Service. Makes were sunk at Midway wen lost it

pictures::! look many times better, and last longer. developed that the majority were'

( l Also-don't forget the fine Photo Studio in Ship's Service saved by other Japanese naval I

for convenience and the Watch Repair Dept.in units, and fought again.
i I : open your Midget submarines by the hun-
merchandise Store. Saves you lots of money, besides dreds were found when Japan was I "Y'see, Mir, I'm afraid of the dark and my er-er sister wan nice
doing excellent work. occupied, and it was learned that enough to stand thin watch with mo."



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5 June 1947 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS_ SECTION Paoe Seven'

,, : Air Raiders Take Fourth


vft Straight Win Over Cecil FieldThe

wearied NATTC Air Haiders will play their ninth:

game in eight days tonight against the Dublin, Ga., Naval '

Hospital at Dublin. This will be the final game in the two

game series, which started last night, but the account of .

both Dublin games will be too late to make this edition. In I

k'L the first seven games, the Air Raiders won two, lost four,
and tied with Green Cove on one occasion.
---- --- Wins 1
registered were over Cecil
( ; SAARyAT Field by 10 to 0, and one game
': over Green Cove by a 5 to 4
t.. ; ; : count. Losses were taken from
State Prison! by 7 to 2; Green Cove
8 to 4; Mayport Coast Guard 2 to
w ,t ( I 1, and Eglin Field 6 to 3. i
r The Air Raiders took their
By Shorty felrklt fourth straight victory from Cecil i
\ : Thanks, Thanks, to the commit- Field on the latter's diamond, and }A ,
; ; tees headed by Lt. COOLEY who were leading 10 to 0 going into 1
a ,' i t MA z worked so untiringly on the picnic the sixth inning, when rain stoppedthe
held last week-end at Kingsley proceedings. Mike Marinko-
Lake. Boy! that was the best picnic vich was on the hill for the locals
we have ever had, and all and gained his second straight
hands had a swell time. A few of victory. Highlight of the game was
Y. the "Highlights" were: BURNETTthe when, with the bases loaded in

4 t. ;, "Pin Boy" at the bowling alley, the fourth and Hap Arnold up
w he made sure that some of the three men stole home.

fairer sex made good scores I Last Thursday NATTC and
a. LUCKY you are supposed to danceon Green Cove fought 10 innings, and
r >. S two feet "Wolf VERDE- the game finally was called with
CANNA stealing one of his ship- the score tied at :5 to 5. It was
mate's girl friend JENNY
L : agreed to play a doubleheader on
"the Jitter Bug" cutting a rug Saturday to make up the game

.,<<.r:'-">...".,,.jC,, ,,,,,w, -'''',< ;'' ...m. "..... .<'"'' ,; ,_.. ....,"m. S.. v ;, on., .., HERBERGER pulling" a chair up Memorial Day, the Raiders tray
along side the "G.I. can holdingthe eled out to Mayport and ran up
PICTURED ABOVE are members of the NATTC tennis team. Standing left to right: O J. Miller, liquid refreshments, it would against the Coast Guarders top
A. L. Sandberg G. H Wilcox C. Brackett G. A. Gallant. First row: D R. Vandergoot, R. W Kramer, have taken a team of six horsesto pitcher, being set down on three
I W. V. Devaney, M Wasko. Wilcox and Vandergoot will represent NATTCenter in the forthcoming pull him away SNYDERand hits while losing 2 to 1. Bill Cudd,
Seventh Naval District Tennis Tournament to take place on 6th and 7th of June, in the singles division. MOSS "the two Salts" going I Ion the mound for the Air Raiders 1 1I
For the doubles, Vandergoot and Wasko. rowing and like good sailors losing I pitched masterful ball, but lost by
the oars So all in all everybody the close margin.On .
had a swell time I
Saturday, a doubleheadertook
110MSHORT took place with the first
THE WORD We say "Welcome Aboard" to
1 game being here on the local diamond -
ACEM F. K BRAZET who reported and the second at Green
SHOTSBy aboard from Whiting Field,
Cove. The Air Raiders
Pensacola, Florida. The chief has I copped
game by 5 to 4 behind the
been around the Navy a long time, I
fine pitching of Red Ryan. Out
it seems the Marines are really getting hot as I I so you fellows should hear some for revenge, the Bullets copped the
AF-37 graduates this week with Cunningham, F. C., PFC, I good have such sea stories.a qualified We man are glad aboardas to second game by 8 to 4, in the

top man. Brower, W. E., S2, was second but to go a little As another week rolls around I he is a graduate of the Gyro nightcap down at Green Cove. v
farther than usual, it was another Marine that was third. and the Jax Air News goes to I School in San Diego, Calif, and Sunday, in the Air Raiders sixth
press, we are confronted with the Interior CommunicationsSchool straight game in five days Dale ?
Nice going Marines. the interesting task of collecting i Outcelt
was shelled from the hill
at Bellevue, D.C. So "Chief'we i
Now a word from the men who came in with honors: and setting to print. the various will do our best to make this for the first time this season as
Aviation Fundamentals is a good odds and ends around TOA. Some- ) a pleasant tour of for the State Prison at Raiford rung
very duty
school for those who will take ad- i now a night school instructor. thing that seems to be a little on i 1 you. up a 7 to 2 victory, behind the
vantage of every thing it has to Keep it up, Mickey. the humorous side to those who southpaw slants of venerable old ---
offer. It fills in the gap between There is one handsome looking are "in the know" is the fact II Comdr SAUTER "The Boss" Lefty Ellington The locals were
being an unskilled seaman and a critter in our class by the name that Class 32 is FINALLY graduating left this week on 30 days leave, never in the ball game, although
trained technician of the Navy. of B. A. Bietce, he has more trou- As the song goes, "Mir- -all hands wish him a swell trip as they jumped off to a quick one to
Any one man that doesn't take ad- ble getting to the gate to see his acles Still Happen". The members I he and his family are motoring nothing lead in the first inningon
vantage of the school should' be "heart beat" than he does getting of this class are: Vienna J. E, north. We say "Welcome Home"to a brace of walks. Ellingtonheld
out chipping paint. liberty to take her home. Fillenworth C. S., Ramsey B. J", Lt. BRUNSON who returned NATTC scoreless until the
Turner I. B., Cannon L. M, BryantK fifth
inning when Wallace
PFC F. C. CunninghamI from leave this week. lined
D., Gane W. E., Marley R. ., j Boys, you
have just finished Aviation I sure will hear some good fish out the first local hit of the after
Howell R. L., and Smithson J. G.I/ noon.
Fundamentals school and can CommendationHonors stories now. .
truthfully say I think it has donea I Tuesday, here on the local field
lot to help me decide what rateI NATTC The next time you jump into Congratulations to CARSON, R. against Eglin Army Air Base the
want to follow. From the school your bunk, YO-YO, perhaps you I H., Corp of Class E33 who gradu- Air Raiders still showed the effects -
you learn a little about rates which Teams And had better look before you leap. ated top man in his class with a of a long tough week-end
you did not know existed. The PlayersPublished The darling coudn't find his mother 'j' course average of 868. CARSON grind and lost 6 to 3. Several
courses for the most part are so he went to the maternal hails from Sohods, N. Y., and heI I 1 I Raider miscues were the differ-
pretty good. Sometimes they seem below is a letter of guidance of "Luke the Spook". It1 i graduated from High School in 1]I I" Ence between victory and defeat.
pretty boring but for the most commendation receded by the seems that most of his bedspringswere that city. .
part are at least interesting Commanding Officer from Chief of missing! .* I| Raiders Schedule for June
Naval Air Training F. D. Wagner, i I 10 June
enough to keep you awake. Last week HEIDER returned Eglin Field There
William E. Brower, S2Shlp's Rear Admiral, USN, for outstanding After having the Telephonb Co. from leave Just in time to relieve 111 June Jessup, Ga. Here
teams and men wearing the literally throw a small fortune at I' BUTTERFIELD who shipped out. 12 June Mayport C. G. Hero
00. (TAF) colors of NATTC Jacgsonville. The him, "Geedunk" can now be seen I So now HEIDER is the "Big 14 June Pensacola There
when TAF Division
Wonder contents of the letter: in some of the most respectable WHEEL" at the Bks. and wears 15 June Pensacola There
Softball team will have a' chanceto From: Chief of Naval Air Training booths in Jacksonville. 19 June
phone the Tyndall Field
pretty, shiny badge. Say, 'OUdon't There
play as well as win a game. To I )
have to polish those things 28 June Cecil Field Here
tails date, we have >ecn rained out Commanding Officer, NATTC, Billy Joe Ramsey is doing some I three times a day Heider, once a 29 June Cecil Field Here
of two games with TSK and TLT. Jacksonville, Fla. deep research in preparation for i day is plenty ...-
The first game with TSK appearedto Naval Air Technical leave. His manual for study is .
VMChief of
be a good contest until rain "How to Get Along With Girls", I
came in the second inning. TSK Training. S The "Scuttlebutt" has it that Family Allowance
hard Sub .: Winter Sports and Athletic BRITT over in Generators is out
pushed: across two runs on a } When a ewabby meets a pal one
hit, dribble to the third baseman Compt titian afternoon and raves about her fora shopping for diamond rings. Is Rules Listed
who threw to first, high, wide and 1. The Chief of Naval Air Train- week, it's naturally taken fora that right, Brrtt ? ? ? Boy! This
far from handsome. Bogers looked ing wishes to congratulate and slight case of infatuation However June time really gets them. For ClarificationEnlisted
good on the mound and was doing commend the Commanding Officer, Frank Sollers prefers to w
all right until the rains came. Naval Air Technical Training Center think of it as a sailor's dream! MALSEED, CLARK, JONES personnel now on active -
Just goes to show what an error JatksonviUf, for the fine records and KAHNIS completed the duty are eligible to apply for
can do for a good pitched ball achieied by his teams duringthe Oh say, "Half-hitch", did they I Teacher Training Course last family allowance benefit regard
game. past winter sports tieasem The have your size rompers in the I week. So now they have the word. less of date of enlistment, reenlistment -
Again we ask for the men to NATTC Jax Basketball team, children's department? (For the Congratulations fellows or extension.
come out to watch and cheer our which stood second in the Navai benefit of our readers, "Half- 4.5 Personnel eligible for family allowance
team on to victory. Air Training Athlttic Conference, hich's" maiden name is Fitzgerald and serving on an enlistment
Student Division Office which won the Seventh Nand District .) The under-ground reports ..91.,4JOKE_ reenlistment, or extension
Looks like Chief Sughrue loses Championship, the Sixth- that the little man has to buy his of enlistment prior to July 1, 1946,
his job as we find Childers (Chi- Seventh Naval Inter-District civvies in the boys' department! are entitled to receive family allowance
Chi) coming off leave to take over Championship, and but for a one- benefits for entire periodof
leading chief. Let's see if AF-38 point loss was undefeated at the From now on, the readers of this that enlistment extension.
will pull honor company again ? All-Navy Tournament, was an out- column will probably notice a Men eligible for family allow
It is rumored a certain couple of standing example of Naval Athletic great improvement in the SHORT rnul ance who enlisted, reenlisted or extended -
chiefs were great cribbage players, endeavor, team play and good SHOTS. The reason being that on or about July 1, 194C,
but when they got together for a sportsmanship. Both the basket- Chuck Fillenworth and Jack Vi- Outside a little church neat Los are entitled to receive family allowance
game someone forgot how to countor bill team and players on the team enna will be graduating tomorrow Angeles we noticed the following for the duration of the
was mixed up on their game. received numerous nominations for and won't be able to mess it up I poster announcing the Sunday's war plus six months. The official
Don't give up fellows, it really is sportsmanship award from opposing any more. We leave this little hunkof sermon: "Do you know what hell termination of the'! war has not yet
a tricky game to catch on to. teams dynamic journalism in the is?" Underneath that question and been declared
Just to show you one can't win, f. The success of NATTC Jax's hands of Glenn Goss. Anything he in smaller type was printed: "Comein The above states the periods of *
the Company Commanders haveno boxers during the past season have writes will certainly be an im- and hear our new organist." entitlement to family allowance
trouble in getting special liberty been most notable Best wishes provement, wot? I benefits under existing laws. however -
from the Navy, but oh, that War for success are extended to the We never used to be able to find legislation is pending which,
Dept. at home is tough. Huh, fellows four members who are competing Stump. The letter: Grandma's glasses, but now she if enacted into law, will extend the
? no the Seventh Naval District To: CO, NATTC, Jacksonville.Subj leaves them right where she period of entitlement to July 1,
The Word for AF-39: Championship team, for All-Navy .: Winter Sports and Athletic empties them 1949 regardless of terminationdate
Class AF-39 is now in their honors Competition of the war. Details will be
ninth week of school here at 3. The Chief of Naval' Air Training 1. Forwarded FASHION NOTE sent through ALNAV as available.
NATTC Most of the fellas have is most appreciative for the g The splendid achievements of Black garters will be worn out i ,
":"" .' -.gone. this far without any or not excellent manner in which NATTC the athletic teams put on the field of reverence to those who have Edward "Every time I kiss,you
,!>;: ,mush,trouble We have four men and NAB Jax, o' cohvs(11&- by NATTC Jax is most gratifyingand passed btyond it makes me a better man." ,
''r'. V jkl k.J lnstpcting! Mathematics at nightVjVschool ducted the Championship Swimming the Chief of Naval Air Technical She: "Well, don't try to win a
'r' as to the orders posted in Meet in February of this Training wishes to add his A Portland, Ore., judge tried to halo in one night."
,' .th !barracks. year. I congratulation to those of the reduce the number of divorces by S
44." :,**$We,have one new man now just /s/F D. WAGNER I Chief of Naval Air TiainlntjFELIX tacking: this sign on his door: Salesgirl! : "Yes, Mrs. Pratt, our
,,oul fcf sick bay from OF-38. Hisname !! Along with this l letter came an / / B STUMP "Meditate well before deciding to small, medium, wow, and holy
"' is Maksymon (Mickey) endorsement by Chief of Naval 'I'' Chief of Naval Air Technical divorce him, girls, for alimony la mackerel"
'.Mickey is doing good work and is!! Air Technical Training Felix B. Training. little comfort on a cold night." girdles come in fixed IJzee--

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5 June 1947

Six Teams Enter I WAVE; : SLUGGER NAS Skeet Team I


7th N. D. Tennis Loses To Gators I Ii

Tourney At NASH x i Sunday's Meet' f 1

Bill Kehl, S2c After winning three skeet

Trunks, skivvie shirts and meets in a row the NAS Jax

tennis racquets will be domi- I skeet quintet finally met;de-
feat last Sunday wh'\ n.4it i
nant this week-end when
dropped a close encounter>

players from four other naval N Florida University. The' locals

activities converge on NA.Jax .; had won from the.'Gator

to take part in the Se\ lads in their last meeting.:'

The University team: dropped
enth Naval District Tennis
468 clay discs from the sky; while
Championships which will be r Mainside plucked 457 out of 500. 11
short of the winner's mark.
held here tomorrow and Saturday
Lt. (jg) F. E Fields of Jax and
at the WAVES' courts. Bud Overby of the Gators were

In addition to Mainside, the host I top shooters of the day, cracking
97 100 discs from the air. The
for the tourney, the stations tAk- x
ing part include Cecil Field, Green match was staged at Gainesville

Cove Springs, NAS Key West, scheduled.instead of at Tampa as originally

Sonar School from Key West. and
NATTC Jax. Each station or activity WINNIE JONES, CENTERFIELDER for the WAVES Softball nine, with a grim, determined lookon j Other scores by local skeetmen .
included Chief D. T. Galitano and )
has entered either two sIn- her face takes a mean cut at the ball in the fourth inning of last Friday night's tilt while the '
Lt. < I. C. with 93 100
gles entries and a doubles teamor Corpus Christi catcher gets set for a possible miss, and Umpire Gene Whitlock watches the action. jgi Logan x
each, Lt. Owen P. Sullivan 91
just two or three men to take The NAS WAVES swept the two-game series, topping the visitors, 15-12, on Friday and then swamping ,
birds out of 100, And
part in both the singles and dou- them 15-2. on Saturday. Captain
C. Miller who
bles events. George garnered a
I low 83 x 100. Captain Miller, whois
At press time yesterday the usually a consistent 95 shooter,
tennis committee had not decid- Fliers Tumble Four Out 01 Five had an off day and fell below par.

ed upon the exact day when the | A six-team match is slated for

singles or doubles championshipswill tomorrow morning at the local
be run off. There are 12 men skeet with Pensacola, Saut- :
In the singles and, since the win- To Bring Season Record To 215Ily ,I fley Field Whiting Field Banana ,I
ner must win two out of three sets River, Cecil Field, and the local ,
in each set he plays, it may be skeet team taking part. The shoot .

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necessary to run part of the sin- -- u I is scheduled to get under way at '
gles tomorrow and have the finals Doug Crocket, S3c i Allen replaced Guyton as a cour- was pitching flawless ball as well 1000. This will be the third six-
Saturday afternoon. I I They're on the rampage tesy runner and promptly stole He was touched for five binglesbut team skeet meet held. The locals S;I
Entries Named I: again! I second Dick advanced to thirdon struck out 15 of the Arymen I copped the last such match.
error and then stole homo the Flier to .. .
Burge was only get
Only two activities, Cecil Field The NAS Fliers hit their
I by five feet. two hits, and Hages, Beebe, and
and West failed to have the
name of their entries in by yester I early season stride in the past That was the run which won the Ary were the only other membersof : Season Opener Sunday .

day, but they are definitely en- week, taking four out of five ball game, because Eglin combined the squad to reach safely on For HAS Tiger Nine
to their three singles and a triple in the hits. I'
tered in the tournament. The four games season
for four The NAS Jax Tigers baseball
eighth runs. Fliert-5. Morrison Field-
men entered from NAS Jax includeLt. record to 215.
Flit>rs-4, Mayport3Jack team will open its season Sunday
Emmett and Pfc Sheffield his sixth
Ferguson On Tuesday. Johnny Sheffield Seidwitz won his fifth Johnny won j 1 afternoon when it meets a colored
Bobby Radin in the singles, and 'claimed his seventh win of thI start of the year on Sunday at successive game by topping the : nine from Green Cove Springs at
Hubert Brainard, AMMlc, and Morrison Field squad, 5-2, in the
the latter's diamond. This will be
I season by hurling the Arymen to Mayport when the NAS nine edgedby I
Sterling S. Cranford AMlc, in at West Palm Beach. Shef-
opener the initial encounter for both outfits
a 6-5 win over a stubborn Eglin the Coast Guarders, 43. -
the doubles. For NATTC Jax, G'I I field scattered eight hits over the .
Field nine. The wily portsider Dick Allen started the ball
game I
H. Wilcox AETMSc, and D. R. seven-inning route and also con-
I Coach White of the
scattered nine hits over the route with a walk and then the speedy Tommy Tig-
Vandergroot AEM3c: will vie for tributed two hits to the attack.
j ers has not named his line-up as
to keep his slate free of losses. shortstop stole second. He wentto I
honors in the and The Fliers scored twice in the
singles The locals got off to an early third a bad throw and stole yet and final work-outs are slat-
groot and M D. Wasko, first once in the second, once n .
vander-I I ed for tomorrow and Saturday.The
lead in the second when Bill Crane home for the seventh time this
the doubles. the third, and once in the sixth. Tigers have been working out
singled went to second on an error season. I ,
From the Sonar School at Key and scored on Ary's one-base In the fourth, the Fliers spec- Dert Beebe and Ralph Christy got dally at the Mat for the past
West, Lt. (Jg) J. C. Loveday and safety. In the fourth, however, tacular base running paid off j the only extra base hits of the three weeks and are in good shape

R. W. Beavers, SKlc, are enteredin the visitors tied it up when two again when Bert Beebe walked I game, both getting two baggers. \ for the Sunday contest

the singles, and Lt. Comdr. R. errors by Ralph Christy and Pop and stole second, third, and homein -- ----- -

in E. the Blauvelt doubles.and Lt. F. H. Clark, Norman's single gave Eglin Fielda rapid succession 'WAVE Softballers Down
In the third, Mayport tallied
Green Cove has only two men The Fliers staged a four-run once on a single and a three base
entered, but both will play as a I rally in the fifth but only garnered error, but the Fliers came back Texans Twice In A RowRuth
doubles team. They are O. Graham one hit. The bingle came when with another run in the fifth.

Sic, and John O'Reilly, Flc. / Beebe singled with' two men Ralph Christy tripled to start the LeVere chalked up her fifth straight win last
NAS Key West telephoned aboard. inning and Bud Burge singled him
week-end as the local WAVES dumped a highly-touted
and The scored :
day morning winning run was n across.
fact they would enter and Tues-I the seventh when Ed Guyton singled The Fliers scored the winningrun Corpus Christi WAVES nine lo-12! : and 15in: a twodayran

two or four men to compete.in to ,,start the frame. Dick in the seventh when Wally visit of the losers to NAS Jax.
"------ ---- Hages tripled with one man on On Friday night, LeVere into trouble and the visi-

Modern Robin Hoods Plan base. tors came close to upsetting the locals- when- they went on
Fller9!! Charleston-? I
two four-run scoring sprees in the
Behind the four-hit

Ambitious Program Here Tony nine Gezeli.safeties the Fliers to pitching top bangedout the of I MEET THE FLIERSWALLY I'' final the game two innings on ice,of though play. ,Jax in put the

sixth when they tallied seven runs
Charleston Fleet Reserve, 9-2, on
Although hundreds of years have passed since Robin Saturday at Mason Field to take a commanding lead.

Hood and his men scampered through Sherwood Forest with Two big innings gave the Fliers I Big gun for the winners in the

their bows and arrows, archery is making a strong bid for the victory as they got three runs I. first tilt was little Eloise Petty
out four in
who smacked singles
in the sixth inning and added four
wide public acceptance as a colorful, healthful, and competi- more in the eighth. her five appearances at the plate.

tive outdoor sport.At For the Texans Duncan, their left
In the sixth, with the score tied: r
II NAS, interest in archery is .I at two-all, Bud Burge walked and JS fielder belted out two aoubles anda

growing rapidly, and increasingARCHERY. : PRO stole second. Wally Hages singled set of. singles for five trips to
membership has been Burge across and then Bert Beebe the db.h.In

leaps and bounds. connected with a tremendous homer the Saturday night tilt under

A new realistic roving range to right center scoring behind the arcs, the local gals started

has been opened, teeming with all LE, Hages. 1 right out blasting! the visiting
the hazards of a big game hunt. In the eighth. Bill Crane slappeda hurler from the mound and scored

The targets, adorned by pictures' Ut: long two-bagger to right with :. In every inning but one, the fifth. _
of animals, are so situated thatit the bases loaded to spark the d \c A streak of wildness stung the .,
""" twirlers, and 15 Jax lasses
takes a good eye and a steady superfluous rallyMorrison \ : Corpus
hand to score a bullseye. With buta : Field-1, Fllers-0 advanced to the initial sack via

three inch bullseye, a 20 inch b Hank Lacotta lost a heartbreaker I the gratis pass.
face to aim at, and forced to shoot kKKJtp to Morrison Field at West Palm I' "Laddie" Vladeff. too, was
between closely bunched trees or I :ya Beach last week when he bowed I mighty at the stick as she drove

on the edge of a swamp, archers to the Army nine, 1-0, under the out five straight singles in her
here are really on their mettle ; L arcs. Hank gave up but one hit 'pj.l six ventures to the plate. LeVere
wasn't too far behind,
.ls collectingtwo
In the first match on the new and fanned sixteen batters only to ;
range, George Seamens copped lose the gime on two wild pitches I doubles and a single in fivetlmtc's

first place with 20 hits out of )6;) 'r It happened in the second inn- :;. at bat. _
attempts Jerry Hoeschen took I ing when Richmond singled and ---- -- _._
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second, and Paul Frazer was third > stole second. Lacotta cut loose I .. .
Spectators are plentiful on the with a fast ball which sailed by ;\? Softball
new range, following the contes- catcher Ken Werner and Richmondwent I > _
tants from target to target. I to third. Another wild pitch :' :f': ,' i STANDINGS
and the Army first baseman slid :'" : : ; .' 'f' ::, "..
The NAS Archery tournamentto
across the plate with what provedt L- ---------.1
decide the champions of the RAGES speedy left -----
station will be held 13 June at I be the only run of the game. fielder for the NAS Fliers, is at
ace Morrison hurler,
1300 on the field adjacent to long last starting to live up to Team Won List

Bldg. 899. his pre-season reputation as a M-tals DivisionCPU 10 0
TWO American rounas, or a double Metals Division slugger. Hages was in a slumpall Club' H IM..inhltfe
American as it is known in the GOLlISNT TilE jnly sportat season till about two weeks [Oilll04I1I& 7 3
flair Unit 6
Retains Lead 4
archery world, will be shot for the NAS Jax oousting a pro for By ago when he started slapping NATSNAK1O 6 4
championship and trophies will now the Ar.:hery Club has one Win Over CPO'sIn horsehide all over Mason Field. IS i _

be awarded to the top three contestants I leading its rank Hillman F He brought his average up to lirePlant' lJtol't.UiviHionltit :Z 3.7 II
Surrency a bow and arrow ex- one of the most crucial .333 in the last few games anda Ilmina :4 d
yn w An added feature will be the pert for the last 20 years, is now games to be played in the National good percentage of his safeties 1.7 rtivUion I'AMERIOAN
clout shoot in which competitorsshoot in charge of archery and has League so far the Metals Division have been for extra bases. In LEAGUE .4

150 yards at 48-foot target organized the club along differ- nine held its undefeated loop addition, Wally is one of the Team Won Lout'..- :" "" "

lying flat on the ground. ent lines. He will give free les- lead by trouncing the CPO Club, speediest men on the squad, A Alt( Porhoiiiifl I 0 ,, Ct
Trophies will also be awarded in sons to anyone between 1300 and 17-7, in six innings of play Tuesday moving equally fast to either his ManiHi rnoiiiiil 7 .. .
this event. 2200 dally at the Club range in Metal is the only undefeated left or right. Possessed with (),Ieraliors l 7 fi I
Anyone interested in competing Building 899. A native of Live diamond outfit in either league, the best throwing arm on the ilaapNal VO A1U No I 7 a )14uppb

should contact Hillman Surrency, Oak, Florida, Surrency formerly The Chiefs,,still in second place team, he rarely throws to the $ Ii
the or George Seamans in operated an archery range at the had been tabbed as the team most wrong base, and no runner daresto Parachute Loft 4 JIr
pro l VA. ATU No.4 3
Bldg. 8&9? any day between 1300 beach and manufactured archery likely to drop the loop-leaders from try and stretch a hit when r Marine :a ...
and 2200. I equipment. the undefeated ranks. Wally's in left field. ''I 1"'M'III 9 19 -

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