Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 1947
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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":. '. Vol. 5-No. 11 12 June 1947

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


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":"L .. UNUSUAL DUTY '! & R Begins To"o-Week',

1 Tom orrow

'f" P p
busy hum of activity at
.. Assembly and Repair thoughts of production schedules leave to their credit will be car-
,, I will fade to a mere until 30 June Sounds of plant ried in an annual leave status or
late tomorrow as thous- maintenance men installing new a leave without pay status as they
,::' of civilians and naval per- equipment and making needed repairs prefer according to Industrial Re-
lay down their tools for to existing machines will lations Department Order No. 11-
.. ; echo hollowly through the deserted 47. Those who have no leave to
buildings. their credit, and who do not
out at 1515: the
1J of A&R workers will Out of 3,333 employees, only choose to take leave without pay
'. vacation spots in all parts 400 will remain on duty during the during the shutdown, will be retained -
+( on active duty and
country, putting: aside all work with maintenance
tL Since the Station Cafeteriawill crews or
be closed during the AtE other necessary operations. Em-
: Meet shutdown, civilian employees ployees, it was stated, must inform
will be extended the privilegeof their supervisors as to the
:! manner in which they wish to be
Opening using! the Ship's Service
.. carried during this period. _
':, : Fountain and Lunch Room for
. '..- .. t Model Car Track the noon meal during the per- Decision to close Assembly and
.1': iod from 16 to 30 June. Civilians Repair down for two weeks was
I new station model race car will also be permitted to made two months ago. Authority
.! celebrated its formal opening eat their noon meal at the Main was granted by the Secretary of
when the Jax-Navy Galley (Bldg! 4)) during this the Navy (Office of Industrial Re-
1 Car Club and the Jackson- period. They Mill use the comI I lations) the first week in May.
!, Race Car Club held muted rations line and pay the '! Other A&R's at different point
meet to test out the regular rate of 50 cents charged I I in the United States are also be-
: ,. I naval personnel for this meal > ing shut down for plant mainte-
I nance work it was understoodAt
. Paul E. Emrick, acting
\ Officer of NAS, two-week shutdown. In addition, first it was believed that
'A I t ,"< ," "I things off when he sent 300 enlisted personnel will enjoy other departments at NAS Jack
: t George Hubbard's Pacemak- annual leave. This will leave about sonville would be forced to suspend
p iiI screaming around the 450 to man the various duty sections operations during the time
track. A&R would be closed. However,
l : with the exception of that.
', a car started off at a slow A&R officials stated that en-' por-
TAKING TIME OUT from the serious problems of gathering momentum after listed men remaining on duty will tion of the Inspection Departmentin
naval air station, Comdr. Paul E. Emrick, acting circle, and by the end of six: be given special liberty occasion- A&R, all other departmentswill
l... fleer, above tries. his hand at starting a model race car' II fairly flying along. Sud- ally during the shutdown period I carry on *as usual.
formal opening ceremonies of the new station track here it hit a rough spot on the where it would not interfere with -
Following the official opening, the Jax-Navy Club I and did a complete loop, the work program. I I Former State I
li. the Model Race Car Club of_Jacksonville_ to_set. a new_station (Continued on I'age 3)) Civilian employees with annual Champ

;' ROUND-UP OF Ship's I To Be Field Judge

Stage Gigantic At Archery MeetErnest


,. Clearance From 16 To 30 June I LeBaron, archery expertand
[ BEGIN MONDAY former Florida State Archery
--- champion will fill the important.
f;: Prompted by the large number clearance sale will Dollar At This Sale Will Be post of Field Captain next Sun-
I Radio in all Service stores Worth Four at NAS when
of people who have been bitten or Ship's During The Holiday day archers of all
Jacksonville area from Mon- Season." types compete in the Naval Air
. scratched by rabid dogs recently Is Featuring June, through 30 June, it Here are a few typical bargains Station Double American Rounds
in the Jacksonville area, station I this week by Lt. being offered during the clearancesale Championships at 1300 beside the
; officials have ordered the station 21'A( ) W Breault. Ship's Serv- model race car track.

police to commence a drive start- Navy ITEM OLD TRICE NEW PKICE The match will be conducted
ing Monday to pick up all stray Last Sunday. 8 June slashes have been strictly in accordance with Na-
" dogs and cats. r Copper and Brass in the prices of hundreds of Fly Reels $3.00 $ 45 tional Archery Association rules
t" One dog which terrorized the inhabitants member of the Navy and nearly all articles have Shaving Lotion .15 .05 and is expected to draw a record
Ladies 17-Jewel
( of the Cumberlancl Road sociation, began a marked down especially for number of entries. Contestants will
Housing Project died recently after series on the Navy's sale, it was stated. Watches 23.75 12.50 shoot in three classes ExpertBowmen
having bitten or scratched at least search and development. individual store sur- Dunhill Lighters .60 .15 I Bowmen and Beginners
r 23 persons including several children pany is devoting its have been redistributed Pipes 2,23 1.00 and trophies will be awarded to
Playing with a dog in this program "Exploring all the stores in this area, Military the winners of each shoot.
: condition may be dangerous even known", exclusively to certain articles available Watches 15 to 50 13.50 (all) Following the match, LeBaron.
-. without actually being bitten. for this period, it was previously the store may Despite the redistribution of will give an informal talk on the
Since the coming months are the week. been out of stock. most merchandise, some stores pros and cons of the bow and ar-
.. worst of the year from the stand The program is a personnel sweltering may have items others do not, row sport at the, outdoor steak ,
, point of rabid dogs ten to thirty hour broadcast at 8 P. steaming summer cli- so Ship's Service is advising its supper for the contestants, their
, people are expected to require the Sunday evening via the may find it a little hard to patrons to be sure and visit all families. and friends.
I injections because of dog bites. Broadcasting Network. It of Santa Claus now, Ship's stores if they fail to find some- Favorites for the contest will be
: Owners were further reminded consists of a is heralding the sale with thing in their regular one. Stores Richard Onanian. who just last
i that the pet must wear dog tags entific research and as "Do your Christ- are located( in Bldg. 3 (Malnside), Sunday copped a first prize in the
i be on a leash, and be accompanied At the conclusion of Now At Unheard Bldg 517 (NATTC), Naval Hospital I clout shoot, and George Seamens
: by a responsible person. atization of Navy research and "Buy Now And Cecil Field, Green Cove and George Hodgkinson, who also
'- speaker will appear It Away." Another is "A I Springs and Yellow Water. garnered honors. in the clout shoot

" (. NAVY \ 1z:; \ BINGO program with remarks
the WHEN
acquaint country
Navy's role in keeping
'i 'I The Jacksonville Navy Wives strong
- Club No. 88 will sponsor a "BeneI The first broadcast in READY"e ,,
I fit Bingo" at the CPO Club, Bldg. dramatized naval '
705, on Thursday 19 June, from search for pilot safety.
I 1400 to 1600. it wa announcedthis retary of the Navy John : ';:
1 :' week. "An was the Naws :

I '
Material I .. -
mspeuuons :;

-) To Be Held Again On ",/ 1 1t'

t Turn to on that brass work and
r. on those decks mates, Field Days I I and the Mess Hall. : 1 '; 1 x
takes in the tZ
:. are back in full force! Anchorage X
.. and Barracks H. J. K.
e r.' of two
After a lapse nearly and 0.Ship's,
years, regular, weekly organized, Service and
material will be held
[ inspections
,JVlainaide Lounge, and
afternoon of bar-
every Friday 955, 910, 911, 912, and
racks, mess halls, and certain rec- !constitute Zone No :3 'I

.... reational buildings. No. 4 will include the
I (. The station has been split into (racks. CPO Club, CPO
1' four zones for inspection purposes. Quarters, WAVES Club, I
'--- and the inspection party will be ents Barrack: WAVES
1, divided into four groups. Each I WAVES Barracks, 801
group will consist of an inspecting I, Galley and the r
officer, an enlisted writer furnished Quarter
from the department of The inspecting officers % -
the inspecting officer, and an appointed by the +
MAA guide detailed by the Star ctr prior to 1200 on the I
': tion Barracks Officer. From time before the inspection,
"" '. to time the Commanding Officer groups will meet in the '"' -
... will accompany one of the inspection the Administration uU< NAS AKC1IEKY CLUB ;tdTtS first 'clout": shoot Sun a iy afternoon on the 150-yard range :
parties. 1315 according to ii located south of Enterprise Avenue just opposite the club I louse Bows drawn taut; the arch-
Zone No 1 includes Barracks No 41-47 Transportation, to let fly a barrage of arrows on the 48 foot target to get the match underway, Ten bowmen
A B, C, D E, F, G, the Galley, (ContinuM on IMgn d for the club: championship

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Two. II JAX AIR NEWS 12 June 1947


r ,' ., : Hospital,1 i

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i I

I' fraAt Chatter ,


: : lly WHITE .

Here is a bit of good news for
all hands Word has gotten; around
that the Recreation Department
has a big deal up its sleeve In the
form of a Beach Party: that Is,
two Beach Parties, one for the
Port watch and one for the Star

) board The chow list mentions such
mouth-watering items as hams,
I wieners, potato chips, soft drinks,

'-' _. _........_" I watermelon, and lots more On top
'''- -' -- --- < --- -"'-- --
of this, there will be plenty of
surf for everyone This is the sort
of thing we have all been waitingfor

a long time, 10 let's put it over

v. .?x??., .. bIg.With
work on the local Softball
diamond in its final stages it Is
f 4 a tL I hoped that a double-header with
one of the strongest teams in the
National League can be scheduledfor
Sunday, 15 June If this provesto
be a success, we will try to
play three games a week on our
own diamond Instead of always .
...... -1 playing away. Chief Gay says he
.. 'T t' ... .'t--.- -t. will help by supplying plenty of
.,J.... ice-cold Cokes, at .five cents apiece,
of courseIt .
seems that at least we have
one ball club on this station that
won't say quit. Were referringto
the Do'ctors. Monday they were
:a forced to play a League game with

.... only eight men because of emergencies -
coming into the Hospital

ar and were beaten by only two runs _
_AW '- .... i. "''';' """' ." -,: ;';JIII">1 i V.J\I'-\ the final score being 13 to 11.

They have now won four games
Z : and lost three
L v 0 I
,. The happy man you have seen
!..... walking around the base'the past
week handing out those Wck cigars -
is none other than Chief Randall -
from the Laboratory. The

... reason for this sudden splurge is
I a baby boy born at Dependents'
Unit Thursday, 5 June. Congratulations "

chief.It .
+ FL \ seems that five of our would-

be Casanovas Ure, Litheieidge,
Pewitt, and Kellams, received avery
\ cold shoulder on a business"deal
they tried to put over this

.. week-end We suggest they get
a little information from Bill Hey-
:2 fr, Pillow, or Swede Eliason. These
: ______ ? boys always' seem to meet with
L : success on these ventures.
RED CROSS NEWS: Ever beento
a Hollywood Premiere? You
may not be a Gable or a Grable,
but here your chance! Come over
I to the Rec Hall and not only see

.. k a'p ; \ I but take part in the "Holly-wood
wn. '.<..,a:: -; } / "i' P ..' >iIzs .J&t W SWCONSTRUCTION t"l.. I _.g: I Prevues". You may discover an
unknown talent you have, and be
CONSTRUCTION Instead of the warm weather bringing a let-up in the building a.'tiithere. a number boarding the next choo-choo for
L of building projetts, remodeling jobs and a general face-lifting are being carried out simultaneous .il'pper left> workmen put a new I contract in
I the real Hollywood,
coat of paint on the Chapels. < Upper right i Sand is dumped for the foundation of one of the houses under construction; >In the offuers I hand. But without this glittering -
housing area. 'MIddle left I More work is done on the foundation Middle :
I right i Carpenters install a stairway in one of the former I future in mind, you'll have
Junior BOQ which are being converted into apartments. i Lower left and tight i V irk progresses on the new parking between
Hpron I fun c'mon That's tonight
r Hangars 116 and 117. so over
j . 1900.PATIENT.
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--- --- -- -
_ L-.y i With the nominations for the "Pa-
Planes 1laLand
; 0 CLUB"rJoll'J tient of the Week" falling thick
I iI On Sand, Swamp and fast, we took a deep breath

I and came up with one J. Stt'pp.
YE SEA) Military airplanes will Cox, long-term boarder of Ward
Spy be able to land in heavy sand or B-7. Johnny is well known by many

syampy terrain if the new caterpillar people and for many things, and
BINGO -t>'pe landing gear now being: to get around to seeing all of his

lly Jean O'llryant Y2c Bingo was resumed at the i tested is a success friends, holds special office hoursin

The barracks has been abuzzin' Club Tuesday evening on a new The apparatus includes a *pe1 Ship's Serviceby appointmentonly.
about Gravel Gertie's baby, but cash basis with The House I 1 lly J, 1'". Nelen, ACMM 1 claIly- ev'loped rubber trail, 18 .
Committee in Come for inches wide, which is attached to Both Tennessee or Georgia could
now that we've seen "Sparkle", charge. Did you ask the score of the
we) can relax. (Don't you think dinner and stay for the evening. a traceor gear and works on the probably claim Stepp for a native,
CPO Club-Metals Division softball I his home town of Hill
"Pebble Peggy" might have been | same principle as army tank caterpillar as Copper
more appropriate? > SPECIAL MKMHEKMIirS! game? ? Ouch!!! Well, the fin- tread. Army Air Force of Tennessee, is in that stretch of
al score was 17 to 7. There ticials said the tests have been mountain land over which these
It looked as if we were prepar- On 1 June 1947, all Army is
successful on attack IItaterecently! a dispute.
ing for the hurricane season early Reserve Oficers living in the a good excuse for the sad showing Heavy bombers and bombers. Had they known Johnny was still
last week, but it was Anly that the vicinity of Jacksonville! became though Catcher: Wonsettler didn't will be tested soon. cargo planes in Florida, perhaps neither would
"new" furniture for the lounges eligible for membership in the .
have his basket, Robertson, on have bothered.
arrived unexpectedly Poor Schen- Club. Tell ;your Army friendsto first base, had lead in his feet andcouldn't house 0. Dave 'Fore" Johnny claims as his hobbies .
_ ley couldn't even find a chair to ask for application blanks. Sweeney seta
get into the air, and Pete real example for mutters of the I hillbilly listenin', coffee drinkin',
curl up in for a few hours. COUPON BOOKS "Brown Bagger" Gushannas didn't I Metals game as he handed seven and huntin'. When asked to elaborate -

Softball is pretty rugged i have his scooter to ride around on ., chances in this game without on the later, he remained
in the game with Foremost Dairy, Coupon Books are now being in the outfield. Besides this, Ab- i single miscue.. The team is glad to a strangely silent but a thorough
Midge Bryant got knocked out sold at cash value and no commission rams muffed quite a few at second 'I have Wagner back Don check of all license bureaus showed -
and a girl on the Foremost team is being taken. Coupon and Chism, the manager, I from home again, Hook. stray that he was not officially listedas
suffered! a badly-sprained knee Books may only be Bold to should have had his body in the I The a big-game or small-game hunt-
We may, as well. go;; in for football bonafide transient officers. sack instead of on third. And I to wants thank to take this opportunity ter, nor a fisherman no your
next season! where was Hook Wagner and Sad Chief Hintz'I guess as to Just what he hunts
for his
With the deadline for '47 gals MONTHLY ASSESSMENTS Sack Zayac ? Seems to be a lot of loyal support he seldom will probably point straight to the

getting nearer and nearer, the The $2 monthly service absenteeism" these days to misses have a Chief game.Ve Stanton would sure like truth. And our bet is that he's

discharges continue Ruth Gill, charge was discontinued on 1 Chief Sweeney was the CPO hero While he was never back withus. successful at it, too! Oh, those

Rita Patten, "Parky" Parker, and June. of the day as he pasted out a player, he was a real supporter an active of lucky girls'! ...
Johnny Shaeffer are among thor a homer and didn't make a single the club. .
most recently released! to journeyon SATURDAY NIGHT PRIZE error We repeat, not a SINGLE
into the big outside world. A drawing will be held every error. Poor Chief Crews pitchedfine Chief We Jahn's were glad to note that WeeklyContinued

DID YOU KNOW: Brownie hasa Saturday night and $25 givento ball, too, but had the support charming wife was
pet blue-jay she adopted and the member present whose of a Democrat at a R once again among those presentat ( from Page 1)
named "Lil Ocko". He's thrivingon number is drawn. If that l lican rally. Chief Chism our Bingo last Tuesday ,evening ins::: the driver, must be furnished

a diet of bread and milk and is not in the Club, person the the defeat to errors, but we PUb-1 Congratulations. We on your speedy recovery by the inspecting officer's department -

perches happily on a hanger amount will be i increased $25 that it was the timely hope the little one is I
coming along nicely. Upon completion of the inspection ; -
Rulhie Dobson has another tomato each until member the opposition!
Saturday a
plant that was flown up from whose number is drawn is pres- Maybe the "Green Dragons"were I Speaking of Bingo, the lucky the inspecting; officer will
Banana River later on she ent. Since there were no winners thinking about the licking winners of the thiee-in-one game submit to the Executive Officer, ft.age
can feature imported tomatoes for the past two weeks, they took in the Metals game, last Tuesday were E. F Jahn, Mrs. not later than 1300 Monday, a report .
Room 108 is to be christened "The C. W. Miller, and Chief Snydcr containing a mark for cleanliness -
$75 is in the pot for this Sat- 'cause they really rapped the old and
maintenance of each
Dungaree Inn. The occupants urday night. You may be the pill in the next game against the Wha was the chief who let twoflt'amt'n
are a pair of Jeans It costs lucky person Be sure to come. Boathouse Herbie "The Scar" Ab- deuce foot the beer bill compartment inspected, and per-
I tinent remarks,
The Executive Officer
"muceho money" to call Great rams belted out two round trippers for a party after he lost' the toss' -
Lakes just ask Laddie. Every SWIMMING TOOL Swede Robertson hit anotherone Know anything about this bit of I will publish a report of the

nile after a Softball game she The pool is open Tuesday Pete "Brown Bagger" Gush. Information, Louis Tsk, talc" I inspection later in the week.
Buildings not included in
scours the barracks for change to through Saturday, 0900-2300; annas rapped out a triple, 8w 'eney, Say, folks, we understand that cl the four any
will be
feed into that pay phone Sunday, 0900-2200. Crews, Robertson, and Zayac nit the Nursery will have two I zones inspected -
Many of the gals are on leave --- -- _.- doubles, and Wagner and Bomfa stored nurses for mlant mire when reg. by the heads 06 departments
we nope they all return safe no wedding to report this week each; got a single That' really they reopen next wetfc, HO more him elr by These an officer designated by
anal single! Which brings to mind maybe we're down to the pelting; 'the pellet Final scare: of you should' be able to attend inspections should beheld

the amazing fact that there Is 20-year women in this outfit now' CPO "Green Dragon 10, Boat the tJatiuday: night dances: I I if possible every, It Friday was stated.afternoon, too.



1 12 June 1947 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three .

P f .YOU CAN'T WIN By Hough I Laundry Pick-Up ._.___-= ---=--... "'t

I Service Offered I /if I

: By Ship's ServiceA /

laundry and dry cleaning i; !
'fJ pick-up service will be Inaugurat l
I ed this Monday by the Ship's ServIce
Department in the dependents AAP1U5LNTS

? housing areas on the station am] ,

IiJZ yesterday.m Dewey Park it was announces j y1drr

Patrons will be offered three-da, I

I service, and prices will be the ;

IL'7T1L1ViK: same as "cash and carry" except

for a 10-cent delivery charge. I
No definite schedule has been

announced by Ship's Service sinceIt '

( la not known how long it will i MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
take a driver to cover the entire

area The driver will stop at
y 4I house to inquire whether the every far MOVIE:*: Wt'C'kllay.-n30 and 2000; wt"C"k-t"nd"i-tUO and 2000IIIIKMIAY

ily has any laundry or dry cleaning I '
to be doneAttention "PRAIRIE RAIDERS", with Charles Starrett.
*'KID %Y
was called to the fact
DANCE, Air Station Band Starts at 2030.S.'fl'nU.Y .
1V'IW that the
I K I 1 accepts Ship's women's Service and laundrynow chit ANO SUNDAY

dren's clothing as well as clothing "COPACABANA". starring Andy Russell

articles of naval personnel arul I MONDAY
household items "THATS MY MAN", with Don Ameche.TUESDAY .
It was announced in conjunction "MIRACLE ON 34th STREET", starring John Payne
W s+s ,t with this new service that new THURSDAY .

S ''; tYZA laundry lists are being printed to "THUNDER MOUNTAIN", featuring Tim Holt.
correct the discrepancies discovered
. ; ,._ ; -
on the
present ones. JUNIOR
,, "Okay,'ok'Y: I've had enough I'll let you have her telephone A survey of the new pricing

number method revealed a substantial Show start at 2.W1IIUKMIAY l>
saving to laundry customers. Un-
der the old pound rates sheet
8 UnofficialContinued i;NURSERY REOPENS cost about 20 cents; now they are I "DISHONORED LADY"SATURDAY, starring Hedy Lamarr.

eight cents straight. White jump-
( from Page 1)landing ) THIS SUNDAY WITH era and trousers *enlisted) for I '"THUNDERWUNTAIN": SUNDAY, with Tim Holt.

on its back. merly ran around 15 cents each;

t Several of these rough spots on 17-HOUR SCHEDULEThe now they're 10 cents apiece. Bath I "THREE ON A)fOND.ND TICKET". featuring'; Cheryl Y"COPACABANA" Walker
thj track prevented the models towels used to come to about eight

ft'OIhitting their top speeds, but Navy Wives Club-sponsored cents; the piece rate charge is starring WEDNESDAY"THATS Andy: Russell
the times turned in despite this three cents
nursery will reopen this Sunday MY MAN", with Don AmecheTHURSDAY .
drawback indcated that when these with a new 17-hour-a-day schedule I
kinks are ironed out the track will to seven' years of age. Children
Guests will be taken "
on a tour under "MIRACLE ON 34th STREET, John
two years of will be starring Payne.
be among the fastest in the South- of th- Nursery between 1400 and I age
under the
care of a registered nurse
; I 1700 members of the committeeand
a trainer helper and dail
present, the track record will be introduced to the statt charts
will be
showing eacchild's yBINGO
stands 89 miles held
at hour
per The same rates as In the past health habits. l"-\JtTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
Frank of
by Ironmonger president
will prevail The hourly rate for Bus
ser va'e will be
the Model Race Car Club of Jacksonville provided fromAlleght'ny I I ATHLETIC UEAK-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and
one child remains at 20 cents, and and
Yorktown to the Mustin Road 1000-1130 and 1300-1330 and at Gear Room
whose Pacemaker Proto daily, top.
for more than one child. 25 centsA Nursery ]
Bldg the
during side 72ti 0800-1700 work
led the field I card will cost $600 Bldg. on days.
nursery hours it is! open
Second fastest time was turned' for one child and $7.00 for two I MOI1KL: AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 4, Bldg. 913, open 1200-2400

t.. in by Chief Hubbard of the Jax- or more children Working mothers Club meets at 19OO Fridays: ,
Navy Club. His car hit a speedof may leave their children from MODKL: RACK: CAR CLUK-Room 3, Bldg 913. Meets at 1900
\ 8136 miles per hour, "Pappy" 0700 to 1800 for $1.00 a day the Fridays.PIIOTOGIUPIII'.

: Tltornton'steCoy Invader grabbed service including one meal : CLUB-Room 5, Bldg 913. Meets at 1900(
off third place honors with a With the new program in effect
speed of 79 miles per hour followed the Nursery will open at 0700 and I
( closely by Bob Head of the close at 2100 Mondays through BO\\"LIXG-SIX alleys located in Malnside Recreation Building
: Jax-Navy group whose McCoy Fridays and on Saturday will operate SALTY HUMOR FROM No 3, AIl )'s open from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700-

:. Pooling. hit a top speed of 78 from 0800 to 0100 Sunday HERE AND THERE"I :2100 Saturdays and Sundays.

miles per hour.According i morning. BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
to Hubbard leader of In addition to the 17-hour servo know 1 Comdr. A. J. P.ubmo, extension 593; or report to Mamside Mat alter
a place where the
the station club, an informal meet ice, the Nursery provides a complete 1500.
don't wear hardly
will bo held almost every Sundayin meal at noon a midmorning anything
except maybe a string ot beads MAlNslUK LOUNGE'-Formerly the Reception Center located in
the future. He also announced lunch, a mid-afternoon lunch South of No. is to NAS
once in a while. the wing Building 955 open personnel and
; that a special certificate will be an afternoon nap or rest, supervised "Where is that?" their guests from 1000 to 2200: daily. Available for wedding receptions
given to any enthusiast topping care at all times, and play "Around their nocks" by arrangement with Welfare Offimr Combination radio-pho
the 100-miles-per-hour mark. equipment for children from two
nograph available for use of all hands
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...... -- --.-_- --- WHY BOTHER LIBRARY-Located on second deck: of Mainside Recreation Build..

? Congratulations, Joe I hear you .. trig No.3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
i married one of the Smith twine" 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
"Yeah. SWIJtMINti-toutdowr pools I Daily Monday through Sl1turday-

,' : .$ .. "How do you tell them apart ?" 0300: to 1900; Sunday-1200 to 1900.
".' q .:: : '
: :: : "I don't try:
I '''' ,.':; GOL*'-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun
.. '' Patient day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
: been misbehavias
t:. r ;" and my toiitcience bother nie." I trunks prohibited on Golf Course.

Psychiatrist: "What do you ;'JlOIt.OtOpel1 daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty

t,::" .-3.; Haut me to do, strengthen your "&rds and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
( .f' will ?" Field.

_' :.: : Patient: "No, weaken my con TE'sNIS-Racquets' and balls are available at the Physical Train

t ;?"":": science" ing Building No. 726 and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin: and

; Yorktown Roal.1snCUI'Ja'Club).
.-\ : located In Bldg. 899
: "You that man stole open daily from 1800to
5 l say 2200 Saturday from 0900 to 2200
". your money out of your stOCk- ; ; Sunday from 1300 to 2/00
< welcome.
a. ing *" Everyone

: Gal: "Yes your honor" THStItY-Cloaed; from 19 May, to 16 June to prepare for

Judge: "Then why didn't you changeover to 17-hour-a-day service.
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put up a fight ? I
4'r Gal: "I didn't know what he
after" was WAVES OPEN CITY and Lois Petty were the big guns

:' 'r for the winners garnering three
} v Y Sailor: Honey, now that we're hits each for four trips to the

married, don't you think I oughtto WITH 12.4 WIN plate. Laddie collected two singlesand
take out an accident policy? I
a double. Butch belted out the
i Mrs: Look. Sugar you got me' Victory number one in the City
s all wrong. I ain't that dangerous" Girls League was registered by the same, and Petty almost had a perifeet

L-( x ux NAS WAVES last Thursday whenthey day as she belted out a single,
KITING* di'ieated a pre-game favorite a two-bagger, and a triple in herfour

I live' the girl ulio does; Foremost Dairy nine.. 12-1, at ventures to the dish Ida Free
: M's I like the girl who don't; the Lackawanna ball park and Levere also knocked the ball

:. 4 I hate the girl oho says she Mill Ruth Levere took over the around as they each picked up two r

;. .\n
But the girls I like the best of all and 11 hits while her
SoI' ..... gave up eer.It
,_ _... '
.re" 1r. !'t; ;; "T."
; .Vritl I know you'll think I.... right, teammates were collecting an even I was the opening game of tho
I AT Till- MOW,NTte un't think of a thing/ to !Hay about It the girl who stay, "I usually two dozen off the offerings of City loop and the initial encounter -
I' aiAriiierite (hapman. In fact.e can't even remember her last don't. three Dairy hurlers. I of the 13-game schedule facing

picture lint on "c'ulI,1! thought, (lit, \\I" really have; to say anything? But just fur you I might." Laddie Vlatl ff. Butch Glover, the WAVES this season in the Ja c '
-- -- circuit The WAVES and tho ,

I STALEMATE ; Back Fire I Greyhound Girls are cofavoritesto
ByHaroldJoncsSI, cop the crown but in this league

anyone stands a better-thant
fair chance to walk ott with the

Q im I title

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A< Uu SUtiun Chapel. Uirrainh*.
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: 07M-M 0900Haw( .iw., I I
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1100-.Uu .
A. Outdoor Nitrify for small children
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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 12 June 1947

. IT'S A "TOUCH' E.BFE BY Sficcvcs

J" S D-Bay, Third AnniversaryDawn 1

was slowly breaking in the east.

Editor Office Cold,, bleak fingers of light stretched on

South Wing, Lower Deck, HI JR. 930 the far horizon. In that half-light between $

Telephone Extension 8184 night and day, an endless line of ships

Arthur M. Greene, Editor; wended its way across the channel. Sud- I'r" Nlllh

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the denly all hell broke loose. Bursting shells .

U. S Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and screamed overhead. Bullets whined and

printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at whizzed as machine guns, mortars, how- 1
no expense to the government and in compliancewith itzers and chattered and rumbled. (1 tl i 14 ('
cannons )
SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918: dated 12 De-
cember 1943.: Copies are distributed free of chargeat The sky blazed as exploding shells]] lit up

the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical the water with an eerie light.
Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval
The first assault boats came to a grinding -
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters ot
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air halt as their keels scraped the sand.

Station Cecil Field the Naval Air Gunnery Range Men leaped ashore, wading through waist-
And the U. S. Naval Hospital. high surf. Allied soldiers touched the shoresof

Rear Admiral Ralph Dav son, Normandy. The invasion was on !
Coa mandant. Seventh Naval District
Chief .( Naval Air Advanced Training That was D-Day-6 June 1944-the be- 1

ginning of the end of Adolf Hitler's dreamof

Comdr.Jacksonville Faul E. Emrl Na\al k. USN.Air Station Commanding world conquest, the first death throes. of

the Third Reich.
C4t.in Howard V. Hopkins. USN. Commanding
Naval Air Technical raining Center It's hard to realize that such a massive

C.pWa Robert MC). USN, Commanding assembly of armed might took place just
\ Hotpltal three years ago. The third anniversary of
Captain F. W. Prlestman USNR Commanding the occasion, last Friday, passed almost un- :;
Natal Air Reserve Training Unit noticed. The armed forces are today justa k WJ

shadow of their former selves and the --
Lt. Col. T. C. Moor. Jr., USMC: Commanding .
Marine Barrack people of the world have turned their backson 4'i4'V.j ------

Captain Jttle F. Schumacher USN. Commanding slaughter-forgetting the sacrifices of '.Why--er--we all are--er-WEKE wearing polka dot atom cults!"
Naval Air Gunnery Rani those who gave their lives.It _

dnulr. Frederick J. Brush. USN. CommandingNaval is well that they turn from war as 'jW\'l11\
Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field an instrument of national policy. It is well Commercial

Capt., Alexander U. Hearn USMC that they do not glorify the gory businessof .t
Marine Aviation Detachment_ armed conflict. But it is deplorable that BulletinBulletins

The JAI AIR NEWS receive* Ship' Editorial Association ma they fail to remember those who wanted Mill be accepted until
terial. Republication of credited matter prohibited without nothing more than the right to live their space has been filled, but no later __
of Wathlneton 25. D. C. Republication of any
ether permission matter, except by service publication. U prohibited lives in peace and who had to die on the than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 8330. i I' ., .>
without permission o<<< Editor JAX AIR NEWS._ field of battle that others might realize FOR SALE :I'I, / -
- 1942 Master deluxe Chevrolet sport coupe _
their dream. I Excellent condition ".Ia. Ext. 796 or
\ phone 2-2383 after 1700. Ens. TurlinK19 I VERMILION by Idwal Jonesis
: We all hope there will be no more "D- .
s 1947 Harley-Davidson 74 O.H.V. with ex- the story of Pablo Cope a
Days", but the only way this goal can be
tras. Less than 1,000 mile Chief fer- I young Cornish-Spanish seaman
I c F ?: obtained is by keeping uppermost in our geriion. Bk. 51 or ext. 794 who returns to his native California -
OutboArd Motor Sea King 32 HP. Re.
i minds the reason for the D-Day of World cently overhauled. A-l condition. 145.J442A opens a quicksilver mine that
War II. Never again must we allow a Dewey Park Annex or ext. 8J94. I becomes world famous, and foundsa

to swallow Double Chief bed Merrick.with ( and dynasty that wields economic
tyrant up helpless neighbors, spring mattress. $30;
L..1 Chest of drawers $5. Both in good con influence throughout the world.
to shackle his own people, and to threatenthe dition. See at 4635 Colonial Ave., Lakeshore This is a good yarn full of memor-
whole world with death and destruction or phone 2-4771 Louise LAllek.I .
able character rich incident plain
I Springs and mattress for double bed good
1 I if it fails to bend to his will] condition; baby bed for 10-m nths-old history, and information concern-
: I, NA&baby, rood Brinkley.condition. 1217A Hancock St., ing California from her days as

__ Hollywood; bed, $20; chest of drawer. ft: a Mexican province.Dr .
' I coffee table IS; child' coat rack U.60. du Nouy an internationally-
-r1a -. Phone 2-9503 Comdr. Schroeder.
famous French scientist in his
I 1939 four-door<< Dodge good condition. Radio -
n I and heater. 417 Margaret St. after book, HUMAN DESTINY "con-
; 1700 Smith. tends that science finds a purpose
I' 1939 Buick, radio Special and four-door heater. sedan. Spotlight evident in the history of life that
News ardVieu.s f rnln 6 : Good ghape.
4009A Dewey Park Annex. rises above the laws of matter.
19S7 Buick four-door<< ledan. Radio and His book deals with the drama of
: heater. T. D. Vation., eit. 31.2 or Bid*.
NATTC creation-and concludes on a note
2-:1 llvlngroom suite, barrel chair, Mr*. of hope: that the destiny of humanity -
r ext.Van Hone 631. 1108 Blair St., NAS. or is to achieve through evolution -

1939 Packard sedan Overdrive, radio and I a world both pure and
Some tell
that is trial.
us Christianity on heater. Contact Emerson Bldsr. 4S5 or spiritual."
If it is, the courtroom is a phoney one, and I I 1 Bldg.OSOO and 662.1600.NATTC. Call ext. 696 between An everything-turn5-out-nght-in

the jury is padded. There are counsels of Bedroom suite, dinette baby crib and mAt- the-end romance is PAQUITA by
I malice to there I tress, and livjngroom suite See Lutz Robert Reynolds. The changing
press trumped-up charges as Bake .
I Shop No. 2 Ext. 8242. whims of
the noble
: were in the days of Jesus, and they glee- I Pencout, 6 white uniforms 2 blue uni young Spanisngirl
in Mexico
forms 30 inch waist. Johnson phone Paquita during a
fully rub their hands because they walk I 9-56-8 or 1418 Northwood Rd. few momentous weeks in 1609
\ under the illusion that Baby carriage and high-chair $10. Good destine "her first to consider
- they are winningthe : condition. 1447B Child St.. NAS. a
battle. I 1941 Buick sednnette Ext. 794 A rientl. nunnery then marriage to a count:
. And the Star Spangled Banner fn I Champion 5 II,P. outboard motbr and Ev- but ultimately she becomes the
"The mills of the gods grind slowly but inrude 5 H.P. outboard motor. $75 each.
triumph thall wave Call Leonard Zyvolovki. ext. 551 or happy wife of a Revolutionist. This
0'..,. the land of the free ad the home they grind exceedingly fine." The counselsof I phone 7-699S after 1730. is an exciting tale with vivid descriptions -

of the brave. malice shall yet feel the wrath of God. I Frigidaire feet condition electric S200.refrigerator 8721A Dewey large Park Per- and gay humor as well ,
as an excellent of tum-
Annex. Chief Dodson. portrayal .:
What kind of characters make this
up Five room house plus five acre* of good ultous Mexico.
self-styled jury ? They are men and women I.H.nd. Running water and electricity G. THE GREEN BAY PACKERS
Hartman Box 656,
Flag Day 1947 who have so surrendered to the ways of Radio table model and radio combination by Arch Ward is the story of pro-
darkness that they can no longer distin- table model. Mr. D. E. Woodard, phone fessional football as well as the ;;
or 2812 Iroquois Ave. '
story of the team which has
guish good from evil. They garb evil in Anroflex earner, leather carrying ease, won
and breadth of Amer-
Across length four filter, lens shade, carryall! ee the world's championship six timesin
ica this Saturday proud citizens of our Re- the cloak of righteousness and put it upona and all-metal tripod. '70. J. G. Dunn. its 26 years in the National

public will go to their closets and cedar throne. These are the charges they raise 4-piece.3309B bedroom Gibb St.,set Dewey, box Park.springs and Football League. The author is a
against the faith : mattress, vacuum cleaner and sofa bed. noted sports editor and is alo"'
chests in search of a bit of tri-colored cloth. Captain Dickerson. NATTC Dispensary.> author of FRANK LEAHY AND

With reverence, they will shake out the "Christianity tells us we are sinners,. but I 8-mij Phone> movie 26204.projector with case, $30. THE FIGHTING IRISH.

folds and then hoist the rectangular pieceof we don't think so, and, therefore, we must Several phonograph All In good condi- For sports stories of another
tion. Lt. Og) L. A. Stevens sat 8187: type OLE MISS' Nash Buckingham
by -
it out.
material pole hang it beneatha wipe
up a or during working hour or ext. 501, Rm.
window. For Saturday ts Flag Day, the "The Way of Life is severe in its judg- 220, Sr. BOQ.FOR RENTOne I of sport gives and life us along colorful the ttoris Miss-

one day each year that Americans pay ment on wealth, greed, big business, power, room for single person, $7 per week issippi in the days when the
homage to the symbol of the American way so let's destroy the Way of Life." in only modern two Hocks home from 1603 Pershing NAS bus Road line. marshes and bottoms were filled

of life. "The Church frowns on our loose living Mr. C. E. Black. with wild-fowl. "Goose hunting on
Bedroom with kitchen privilege On NAS river and sand bars, duck shooting
Proud of their heritage of liberty and our souse festivals, our divorce rate, our bus ,'line' .2852 College 8t.. o. Phone 29882 at the historic Beaver Dam Club
Mr Madison
freedom, Americans will display their flag right to do anything we please without Will short six-room house, after with 1700.room. 231S tales told by "Ho'ace", the Negro

with that same pride. The banner of red, being responsible to anyone, so let's forget Room Bay and St.. bath or phone in private 2-1497.home Front for, guideofaslittleworkaspossible.!!!! "

white, and blue means more than justa about it." or couple with smell child. Use of living-couple I stories of fine southern sportsmenof J I

national ensign. To those who have lived "And after all, the faith is so inconven- room month telephone or will give and weekly garage.rate. $50 J. E a ants yesterday- all form and the their fascinatin deecenJ-:'

under it, the flag means tolerance, justice, ient. This is an age of comfort-let's shed Nicely Walker furnish phone 7-5584 bedroom with kitchen' subjects for a grand group of '.t,
unity. this last inconvenience !tIt privilege and girnfre. Can slso furnish stories." M
transportation to NAS if desired Galway Still in the ]line is DE-
sports .
On this occasion'it might be well to Could anything be more accurate: thanPaul's 224> room 2J7: Bldg. 1, or phone ext. SIGN FOR ANGLING by Alex- I

take stock of those terms. Are they empty, words, "We wrestle not with flesh Room'. Phone 2-0572, Mr. Lewi ander Macdonald. This tells of the

hollow phrases to which we pay lip service and blood, but with principalities and pow- Room.Johns No River.children Un. or dog On th. St. author's experiences in the rivers .
Acoeta phone
and nothing more? Are they meaningless ers, and with the rulers of the darkness of 4867 Ortega Blvd. 21964. and streams of the western United
this world." Room for couple. Will tent with or without States and is illustrated with pho-
dribble which we mouth without thinking I meal Forbes Phone 7-9871, J. M. John.. 2695 tographs by himself and his

of their true significance? At times it al- Chaplain Arthur C. Boyer. Room In private St. home. Near bus line For friends. The book contains an

most seems that way. business L. Schultc.couple. Phone 2-5930 Mr*. W. abundance of instructive informa-

Are we subscribing wholeheartedly to dency to curb the individual rights of men, Apartment 8945! Mr., .two Hotness room. and bath. Phone 9- ods tion on of choosing fly tying equipment and managing, meth- .

these ideals? Or are we retrogressing? Do we must speak out loudly and clearly. We Room. Phone 24201. Mm Piere. heavy fish. '
we really believe in freedom, liberty, equal- must lead the waVe must String ball .
prove we mean player for quartet. Eat 479 June Will share expense and dr ".n.
ity, truth, tolerance, justice, and unity? what we or ext. MM: Mah"'I). Ext. 849 Mrs. Ketchun.
say. Ride
to A&R
HAS from Riverside Ave. Household furnishing. Anyivne Interested
At no time in history has there been a On Flag Day, 1947, let us take a mentalvow and Dancy ft. Working hours sOu to contact V. Le Jeune, ext.:! fcfU, or phone
J830 Ext. .
greater need for the nation which holds high to pattern our lives on these doctrines. Ride to New 232 York.Mrs Will Ammr.share eJpe.nlletl S-50fcOW after LOST mo

aloft the torch of freedom and liberty to Let- our country blaze the trail for other June and driving. Est. 4707.Would U like I'. to huhe.Ur leave after 1} Set of automobile keys In Hark leather

reaffirm its belief in these principles. With nations to follow. Then, perhaps, we may Ride from to NAN San Marco Dlvd and Cortlova cane r. Please Lout In return or around to Bob Supply fltith. Supply DuiMin -

the specter of intolerance rearing its ugly see the day that these high principles, these: hour 0800 beginning to 1630 Kxt 16: June 748 Working Chain Bid*.key, third ring deck three Inventory key, and Division one. fibre.
head with dissension and strife visible in self-evident truths into House or apartment' furnished or partly lise
are placed practicein furnished' *'* paul! officer, wif and ring Very Important. to owner
quarters and with a growing ten- all of the earth. child It. Jones, ext. 837 Probably lost between NATTC tfhlp'sHerrlce .
many corners ..
RJ... U., Boirto. Jia..... en .r about at'' .t Chief and ftweeney.movie Finder out. Ml.pl fonU

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12 June 1947 CIVILIAN JAX IR NEWS NEWS Page Five


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Engineering DhI ton by 1\ I ;:

Clyne-Walt Welsch and

1i-o :. Trcscott took the Officers and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whisen-
a couple of weeks ago, for I tant for additions to their families .
i y sum We wonder if they a girl and boy respectively i
told their wives about that. .
ever Mrs. Irish Williams of Shop 305 eT
Walt Howard has left us for a has been confined to her bed for

couple of weeks on military leave. several days. We wish for her a
Does the Army offer as good a i speedy recovery.
deal as the Navy for reservists,
Henry Hesse electrician of
Walt? Shop
305, entered a hospital last week T
We suppose quite a few people for a major operation. The entire

M in Engineering remember Lois I division wishes him the best of
Virkland. As of recent date, Lois I r r
has collected a pile of "cracked luck.What's
this we hear about DickInson 3
ice" on her left hand. Lois was .,
running around the shop
In the city for a couple of days I I -
with chrysanthemums in his
week before for her '
last leaving
hands? Or maybe it was roses! .
,, _
new home in Joliet, Illinois. Lois. | I 11IJirIBIJ-
you know what they say about Lt. May, popular division officer APPRENTICES ARE NOT the only ones goln to school here at NAS. Under the Work Improvement -

people who get the Florida sandin is expected back from I Program conducted by the Vocational Training Section of the Industrial Relations Department,
their shoes. tion scon. We welcome him va'll-j classes are held bi-weekly for masters and foremen, quartermen, leadingmen, and a snapper group. I

Guess some people are wishing Ruth Raisch, a former A I Above the Public Works Leadlngmen group reviews the morning's discussion in preparation for the

that we would put something witha employee now with War regular session quiz while E. O. Umstot, Senior Training Supervisor, looks on.
little more "zip" in this column was in the shop last week greeting I __ ____ __ u_ __ _ _________

You see, it's this way-If people old friends. Ruth was one ot I
wouldn't take things! the wrong I the first female' helpers early in NAS EMPLOYES' GIVEN $2,595 LAST Inspecting;
weren't so touchy and would the war and was very popular.

IIIIta little broadminded maybe I You have heard us talk aboutMr. TheInspectors
'could. How about it ? Reynolds and how smart his I WEEK FOR BENEFICIAL SUGGESTIONS

Helen Unstead got quite a disappointment hound dogs are, well here is th9
last week when she latest and the payoff. It seems j !
I ; to 46 NAS
Awards totaling $2.595 were employees -
reservation to Min-
found that no : that the old dogs go hunting for
nesota was available.] Her mind a fox by themselves. Having found last week for adopted beneficial suggestions they By HELEN BURNETTE

was somewhat relieved when she one, they bring it (the fox) horn submitted to the Station's Committee on Awards to Civil Everyone is eagerly looking forward -
was able to get passage on an and put him in a box to be uce1j Employees. to the two-week vacation

line the next, day. Some air-I in training the young pups. How I I r Employees of the Assembly and Repair Department \ period which begins this week-end.-: ,
have more money than they about it, V. T. ? What no chow Think of it'! Two long weeks in
what to do with. I for the fox ? were the recipients of the major portion of the award which we can ignore the alarm

The two "pros", Jack Silver and We of Shop 306 extend our sympathy money with 37 workers receiving I clock and sort of take things easy.
"Buzz" Gamache, placed a little I $2,175. Eight employees of the would be $372. Of course, manyof
to J, E. Clark in the illnessof Don't you know the beaches will
friendly game of golf a couple of his baby daughter. Public Works Department received these suggestions will continueto be crowded with sun bathers and

weeks ago. It seems as though I Personnel' &:; Administration awards totaling $395, and one em- save money for the Navy indefi- the rivers and lakes swarmingwith
Jack and "Buzz" have changed I by Dot Dickson This Friday ployee of the Supply Departmentwas nitely. fishermen and fisherwomenlHave
These facts and
figures only
< places as far as playing in the I starts the much-looked-for two- given a check for $25. a good time, all you folks,
rough is! concerned. week shutdowTM03t In the largest single award, a prove one thing-that the Navy and we'll be seein :you in two
Division . everyoneis to G L. Suggestion Program can reduce
Accessory by check for $250 was given weeks.
planning to some place. Mrs.
Hob Cook-The fish were out on Gelenau is go Arnold of the Engine Overhaul costs, increase safety, improve We are all glad to welcome
going to Minnesota
Memorial Day and "Woody" Er- I I Mrs. Sabin-Jacksonville; Lt. (jg); Division! in the Assembly] and Repair morale, devise rtew methods, Im- old-timer] back into the department.
products, and conserve ma-
-.; win, Orville Belote and Dave Lun- San Antonio+and Mr. Cnbbs Department for a puller to prove terials. Under this Joe Bob Thomas, ACM, has been
din caught their big share It South Florida] : Lt. Comdr. Ziegler be used in removing propeller program attending school in Tennessee but
took all three of them to land a I thrust bearings.A ployees] are given tangible recognition is back with us now and has been
Jacksonville Lt. (jg)
; Spahr- in the form of cash for efforts -
35-pound dnim. They caught it Indiana; Mr. Warren Green recent statistical report received assigned to Interim Inspection
to improve the service.
nine-thread test showed
on a 27-pound from Washington Group.
Springs, Mississippi, and Jacksonville I
J. line, after a 45-minute battle. They and ye ole reporter is goingto NAS Jacksonville first among air A. E. Homewood, ACMM. has
r' also' landed 125 croakers and a New York, Pittsburg, and activities of comparable size and I !3s1jtgvSAII.IES: gone west to spend his 45-day
three-pound trout, which is darned Wheeling W. Va. Mrs. Hutchinson second in the Bureau of Aeronautics I leave-all the way to Montana with
| good fishing for three hours. and Miss Burdick are going insofar as the number of suggestions his wife and baby girl. We know
\ Ray Kennedy of the Photo-En- to hold the fort down. I submitted and adopted. = ; you folks will enjoy this trip.
graving Shop won first prize and Hazel Miller has just returned During 1946 in naval activi- : Donald J. Schoen, ACMM, left
| was credited with the most "one- from Philadelphia and other places ties participating in the Sugges- i on leave last week singing "Con-
x outs" at the blind bogey tournament thereabouts. tion Program, six out of every dKBy:; I necticut Is the Place for Me."

> held by the Naval Air Golf] | Understand that Lt. Carr's trip 100 employees submitted sugges- I I II Chief Schoen and his wife and. .
Club recently. The membership tions, and a compilation of the
will their leave
to baby
4 Michigan was a very exciting I, spend 30-day
of the club is almost] records revea'ed that three CLARA E. STEER
growing year's I in that state.
t His period
I one. Mama and Papa celebrated I
I daily so if you're on the stat'ori' their 50th Wedding Anniver- out of every 10 submitted were Edith Carr (Fiscal) is happy Bill Kirk S2c his
gave up
. in uniform or as a civilian, join'r adopted end awards given to
sug- the of
sary and all the kids were there. over wedding her son, Wil- duties last week to becomean
r now! See Ray Kennedy, Glad] to see you back, Sandy.Mr. gestors.It lis R. Carr, to Rose E. Carey of inspector in the Heat Treat
;; Engraving Shop, Nick Photo-I Quina and his secretary are was estimated that the aver- I Athens, Georgia. The event occurred Shop. We'll miss having you
In Engineering, or Rod out front again Noisy, ain't it? age savings to the Navy for every I June 1st in the auditorium of "scoot" in and out of the office
Aviation Training. There's suggestion processed during 1916 I
Miss'! Dunbar is taking a 30- i Emanuel College, Franklin Kirk, but if :you are happier do.
to be another big summer!'! tournament -
Springs. Georgia. Charles Pait
day leave in Birmingham Ala- ing inspection work then we are
in July. (Fiscal) has composed the follow-
for John
happy A. Camesi
V INSIDE you. ; ,
Lillian Hastey ill with an
was Lorene Nelson is back with us ing "Toast to Happiness" for the S2c, has now taken over the full
attack of "cat" fever and
was and over her long sick spell. Welcome young couple: of duties
responsibilities messenger
t' forced to be off for a week, butshe's PUBLIC WORKSBy
Here's to the bride and ,
. back, Lorene. groom and is doing a grand job.
back again and looking as Sorry to hear that Inez Dixon's Wishing you more than a happy
sweet and pretty as ever. MARY RODGERS honeymoon- K. T. Mullen, R. F. Kuzia, andT.
sister and
brother have been ill
Mr. and Mrs. Lon C. Johnsonare W. Smith it seems are all com.
with pneumonia. Hope they are The Design Division has had its Eeer hold each other dear,
"J sending out a welcome to up and about soon, Inez. share of sickness lately. Lecy Den- To make life's pathway bright" and peting for the affection cf one
their many friends in the Instru- mark is still in St. Vincent's Hos- clear; certain girl. May the best man
ment Shop They have taken an Planning Division . by pital, but we're happy that she is Keep alive love's flame, win, boys, but it would appear: that
apartment for the week of June St"amor-WelJ, tmorrow will be the girl in question has no favorites -
much She doesn'tlook Let hearts remain the
very improved. your sam;
i' the last day of work < for two she likes all of
15 thru 22 at 214 First Avenue as you.
so pale anymort'-or had you Doing this with abundant IOl'e.YOt4 ,
weeks, ) for most of us.
\! North, Jacksonville Beach. anyway heard that seven of the redblooded ] are sure to receive We are very sorry to report that
Daisy Williamson has taken It seems that everyone is goingto engineers from Design went God's blessings from above. our chief clerk, Helen Styron, has
i leave for a grand circuit tour of take a trip somewhere or otherin down to the blood bank and do- VACATIONS. At last John Col-] been out sick for so long. We've

"i Norfolk] Charlotte Birmingham, either the North or Middle 'I nated blood for her. Don't be sur- vin has taken a week off. We were surely missed you, Mrs. Styron
Tuscaloosa, and Montgomery to West. Guess there will be many prised if Lecy comes back to. us glad to see him take a vacationas and hope at this reading that you
visit with her many relatives. interesting things to tell when I talking in terms of horsepower and since his return to work on are back with us

, How many of you folks want a we all get back. delta-wye connections.Mrs. March 15. 1946, after a threeyeartour What's this we hear about Evil
.. combined Gyro-Instrument Shop At present, it seems that every- Huntley Cox has just re- of duty in the Army Air Emil spending most of his time at ,
"Beach Party" during the two- one has been conserving their turned home from a stay in st.Vincent's. Corps, he has only taken off two I the Rainbow Grill? Could it be the
week holiday period? If so, where energy and staying home, so thereis Mr. Cox reports that hours of leave (and we do mean attractive little miss who plays the
fall we meet in town, and go out pass on.Kitty, R. M. Garth and his family are Branch State Park, where he relaxed We are willing to wager: that
f a motorcade, or meet on the Allen is back to work vacationing this week in and fished to his heart's Bill Kirk is one of the FEW folks
"aj each? See Harold Garrett or Bob after being on the sick list for see. In fact, Design Tennes-j' content. Sarah Gardiner spent who can go out and have a heck-
'"I Cook: during the chow period. two weeks with a case of blood spread out all over the country last week in Washington visiting of-a-time on 45 cents.

, It's a brand new baby for Mr. poisoning. Glad to see you back, with Mr. McMahan in the North- I I her daughter . Viola] Williams Four of our handsome :young
and Mrs. R. V. Holden.] He arrivedat Kitty, and take care of yourself east and Mr. Farmer in Califorr-.. I I| is taking off the month of June sailors were on the receiving end
11:30: p.m., June 5th, and from now on! Peter Capps was unable to at- on account of her health and has of a few free drinks last Sundayat

. weighed six pounds, four ounces. Our well-known and popular tend the Supervisors' Club meetingthis gone to Altoona, Georgia. the beach-and were also escorted
t ; How about those cigars, Dick? "Louise" Silcox was not content week at the Pompano Club : Florence King is back after a nice (free) around in a nice
, Structures Division . by with a mere two-week vacation but sent his dollar in anyway, ask- vacation with her husband in automobile. Don't forget that tide
, Lathetls S. Gunter-Most workers during the shut-down, so she left ing that Tom Cowan be given his Rome, Georgia. Kath Hunt really comes in fast and more cars
will be off duty during the June last week for a thirty-day leave. usual double portion. Tom, how on attended the graduation of her than this one have been stuck! ,

shut-down and all are looking for She is spending the first two earth do you ever manage to keep daughter from Florida State College .. We lost five good inspectors last
1 ward to indulging in their favorite weeks of it in Chicago; where she that slim waistline? ? ? for Women in Tallahassee last week in the enlisted group: James

't pastimes, boating, fishing, mo- will be going after that, who Barbara Caulkins (Housing) is week. H. Lane, ACMM, was transferredto
.: toring:, and what have you. knows? on leave in Ohio. While there, she SUPPLY ADDITIONAL MEMORIAL Atlantic City; C. G. Pavuk,
'j H. F. Council and Paul Greeneof Unknowingly, we have receiveda will receive her degree from Miami DAY DOINGS: Irene ACMM, left for Chincoteague,
. Shop 305, M. J. Rogers, J. T. celebrity in our midst by way University, Oxford Ohio. Halbrook visited her son in Tam- Virginia (wherever that is); C. N.
1 Autry, J. H Baldwin and J. P. of newcomer James Drummond. It June is bustin' out all over with pa. Ellen Griffis enjoyed her Williams. AEM2c, and H. A.
Spencer of Shop 306 recently made seems that for some time now he LOVE-especially for"a certain holidays in Pensacola. Essie Yoachum, AMlc will be working
'; donations to the Blood Bank for has been studying to be an opera chief in Transportation. We're not Wilkes was hapy to visit her new in the Boca Chica area; and Day

a fellow shopworker's family. The singer and Is only biding his I calling any names, but his initials] grandson in Lakeland. Dawn ton Travis, RCM, will take up duties
Navy allows time off for these time before being sponsored by are S. H. Slater! Cheeves spent her holidays in Pen- at Oceana, Virginia. Good luckto
donations and the workers are always local critics and sent to New York. Louise Bragg says there never sacola. Bessie Pearl Green all of you!
willing to respond to a call There, he will receive some ad- was any lovelight in her eyes! motored to Dade City, St. Peters-

r help. vanced training and eventually IIm-m-mmm. Then at your age burg, and Sarasota, where her par- cumulated over a period of time in
,. Gad] to have "Galley" sutton audition for the Metropolitan it's time for you to start worry- ty was much impressed by a visit one's desk! When Dot Roberts was
.nck to work after her tonsillectmy. Opera Co. Although your reporter about being an old maid Louise! to the fabulous Ringling mansion clearing out her desk preparatory

has not heard him vocalize, B. L. Davis is ready to take and museum. Ollie Dutton to leaving, she found a heterogen-
Structures Division expresses we have heard from other sources out sport fishing parties. So, any was surprised over the arrival of ous collection of all sorts! of things
, their deepest sympathy to C. T. that he accounts for himself quite of you fishing enthusiasts who her son from Camp Jackson for from Christmas cards and perfumeto
Luke] Shop 306, on the death of well in local stock companies are interested in renting a yacht the week-end. Among those corn cure!
his mother. Curtiss Quarrier will be movIng may contact him at ext. 8285. visiting Jacksonville Beach were James Drummond, formerly] of
Shop 304 wishes to extend eon- into his new, personally-con He reports a wonderful- trip this Mary Helen Murphy and Flora Disposal Division played a role in
,. gi'at illations to two of its enlisted structed home in about three past week-end] Lots of fish Funkenstein. Vera Simonds Pygmalion, the closing vehicle] of
'( men. Bishop and CrisbeU, who weeks. It is located about sixteen bitin', too. traveled by motorcycle with her the Little Theatre season
were married this past week-end.: miles from Jacksonville but still :Mr. Flanders, did you put your husband to attend the annual Gypsy Georgia Barthelmess is back at
"Smooth nailing, fellows. acceeeiblo, for a good> "hous tooth under your pillow 00, the Tour for Florida Motorcyclists home from the hospital after an
Shop 304 also givee eongri\tu- woroinff MndJ,", CiitJsfl, (Hint, fairy would ring: you a 1,000 at Winer Haven operation and is doing fine we are
ns )to Mr, and Mrs. Jra J1fue blnlj, but What strange thing ran be oc- glad to report.




Captain Howani Commrndin V. Hopkin.>> USN L FROM AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL NATTC Library

Commander Robert P. Beeto, USN .. Samuel Hopkins Adams authorof
Executive After being stopped by the elements in four unsuccessful CANAL TOWN ha wr

Lt. Commander J. W. William. USN attempts to open their season, the softball team finally new book about the Erie al
Public Information Officer, and its borders, BANNE. Y
last with
Advisor to Jar Air News got underway Wednesday a 16 to 2 victory over THE WAYSIDE. This time It laseen

TLT. Led by "Boats" Hancock= with three for four, the team through the of a strolling
Mltortal Offteci for NATTC Section Roma W and US.
Administration Building 600-( \. Trt. ExU 29*., pounded out hits besides providing excellent support in the theatrical company-principally
field. Too much support wasn't needed as Lou Iluggiero Durie Andrews, who foundedthe

Arthur T. KouUonikollo.Editor Sl. coasted in with the pitching victory. troupe, and Jans Quintard a
prominent member of the troupe.Mr. .
N..rlter The following day was quite a different story as we Adams can "make the days of

Robert J. W hlinll. SU ran into a little hard luck to say nothing of a good team. the Erie Canal as contemporary

Starting slowly the boys fell behind in the early innings I as last week and as exciting as
All fh. ((>nr ph> are official' U S. Navy Photottrapha made by NAS way -
Photo Lob and Av. fund School Photo Lab unless otherwise credited. but closed strong to drop one to TEA, 18 to 12. Bates the prospect"of a Saturday nightin ,

and Bogers split the pitching assignment behind some shab- Brooklyn.
Another historical novel is JED
by support. BLAINE'S WOMAN by Evelyn
Bouncing back Friday we whipped Wells. This is the California of
TSK by the score of 16 to 5. the gold rush days, and the storyof
Ruggiero again took credit for the .!JA Jed Blaine-a man who knew

win although the crowd's roar both wealth and ruin, and of his
4 went to "Gimpy" Cummins and wife Ketsey, daughter of a New
Moffett who led the attack with JOKE! York trader. Besides the gold rushes

Is. w LdflfiJHiiif r f yy iiffiiiifffliPtVi15' v- two hits in three trips apiece.All there are lynchings transcontinental -
hands were held aloft in railroads, duels and city-
k (1/HAT TO ?O/ WHERE TO GO thanksgiving the other day when nu leveling fires-enough action for

the announcement was made that even Cecil B. DeMille.
temporary: Shore Patrol watches Aggie: I finally got my sailor- book that will be treat 5-
MOVIE SCHEDULE were to be abandoned. They seem friend to snuggle with me last a book on anti-Semitism, is
ed to be a little fed up with it. night. TLEMAN'S AGREEMENT "by
Maggie: Well?
NATTC White hats are doffed to Wilcox Laura Hobson. It is a propagandabook
Aggie: Pretty
Wasko and Devaney of TAF, but it is also a first-rate
TIIUICMIAY-LAST OF THE MOHICANS starring Randolph who represented NATTC in the story. A young American journal
Scott, Binnie Barnes and Bruce Cabot. Shows at 1815 and 2015. 7th ND Tennis: Tournament.Also Sailor: Is this the first time you ist is given the assignment of
have ever been kissed by a man?
series of articles
.-mu.\\' AND S ATtWl>AY THE HOME-STRETCH with to be congratulated is Bob WAVE Ummm writing a on
: Hummm why AnU- mltlsm. To
Maureen O'Hara. Shows at 1815 and 2015 on Friday. Shows: at 3ehrens who has gone ashore for do ask? gather material
you he a Jew for a
1400, 1300 and 2000 on Saturday. two weeks now without getting Into poses
Sailor You'll
: Oh boy be a won-. few weeks. His discoveries and.
SUNDAY-LITTLE MISS BROADWAY with Jean Porter and a fight. der with a little practice! difficulties make up the novel.
John Sheldon. Shows at BOO, 1800 and 2000. We'd like to mention the fact a. a

l'tnXu.ASH Tl'tSUAY-DISHONORED LADY starring that two of our rate shops have Traffic Cop: MMdani. don't you
Hedy Lamarr and Dennis O'Keefe. Shows at 1815 and 2015. noved. ABM and SKV from the know what It mean* when I holdup Ladies Of Fleet
to 440, but we're afraid
UKDXKSDAY-; -THUNDER MOUNTAIN with Tim Holt and hangar my hand?"
Richard Martin. Shows at 1815: and 2015. the Mover's Union (Local 1061 I Woman Driver "I ought. to, I Reserve Sending
would start to picket us so we'llla3:1 "
TIII'KMJAY THREE ON A TICKET with Cheryl Walker. over it. Also moving is the : taught school for. 20 yearn.
Seamanship Phase of our school -,- Gifts To HospitalThe

Yellow Water oming from )faini\i e. OLE SALT
Bluejacket: Gosh you say you Leprosarium at CarviUe,
to the
addition -
TIIUK.xDAY-NO SHOW..I"mu.Y The have never been out with a sailor? La., and the Hope Haven Hospitalof
sick list is
AND ATtnU.\Y-THEY! WON'T BELIEVE ME with at present machine.on the It seems that Swell! Where' do I meet you, Jacksonville will receive giftsof
a washing Baby orGirl golf balls and scissors from
Robert Young and Susan Hayward.
beloved MAA had become -
White our : Meet me at 2100 on the the Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet
\U.\.Y-LAST OF THE MOHICANS Randolph Scott.
with tired of
washing everyone's starboard side of Pier 7. Reserve Association following
MONDAY AND TUESDAY: -THE. HOME STRETCH with clothes by hand and thinks this adoption of a motion to that effect

:Maureen O'Hara. new method will save him a lot Did you hear the one about the at the last monthly meeting.
few of
of time. days use
%ESU.\\-LITTLE: MISS BROADWAY with Jean Porter a moron who backed off the streetcar The Leprosarium (U. S. Marine
the machine broke down
and John Sheldon.Tlit'BSl.AYNO. though, because he heard a lady say Hospital) will receive the golf
and back to normal
things are
she to his balls and the children at Hope
SHOW. "Pass the and going grab seat as
gain. pumice rocks
soon as he got up? Haven Hospital will get the scis-i
THINGS. TO DO-ABOARD What is the story on all the dirty sons It was announced that a toy
Blonde: "I've been married five
coffee cups accumulated at barracks collection is being held for the
17 every day. ChiChi Child- times. Would you call me a home here.
Nursery There is a particular
ers reports that his mess cooking need for tinker
toys, modeling
days are finished and he has a lot Red Head: "No, dearie just a
t Hobby Shop clay, crayons, and story books.
busy body""Did
of work to do besides mothering Those having toys to contributewere
:about ten Chiefs. directed to call Mrs. St.
you mU that train sir?"
At a meeting the other day the "No, I didn't like Its looks and Laurent at ext. 8231. It wan
Bldg. 414 Company Commander's decision 'hared it out of he ntatlon." pointed out that the toys needn'tbe
that all articles issued at midnight new and anything usable will
small stores are to be returned. be welcome.It .
VIOODCARVINGLEATHERCRAFT- The new slogan is "Wash and keep SEE feet THE hurt.CHAPLAIN"My was also announced that

your own." The old story on the plans have been completed for t,
MODEL\ AIRPLANES, LAPIDARY- "What's the matter?" <
"Word to the Wiae" hereby ap- "I've been dance to be held at the Hyde Park
BOATS SHIPS, TRAINS, PLASTICS- plies. again." biting my naito Country Club on 21 June from
You've heard of triplethreatmen 2100 to 0100. with Lary Biahop'j:
AUTOSPRINTING but according to eye-witness orchestra. Tickets may be purchased I
reports Chief Kellner puts them "There's a rat in my room!" I for SI from Fleet Reservists -

all to shame. He is a tripletriplewho phoned the gal in great alarm. or at the door on the nigh/
CAPABLE INSTRUCTORS keeps the mob bellowing for "Send 'im down," ordered! the I o. the dance. .1
stories of his prowess.Ed. room clerk he's gotta register!" .

AVAILABLE ( Note-He is the one hiding She: "I am seeing dark spots before : :
behind the dark glasses). And then there! wa the moron I my eyes." I

All hands look up expectantlyevery who thought that a sand bag was. Ensign: "Yes I'm planning to. i
morning for Bristol's new a d**"rt woman.BULKHEAD. park in one of them."

FLKLT'S: IN-Open nightly 1730-2130. Bldg. 517. Ford, only to see him come in by
Sandwiches and snacks available. NATTCenter Orchestra foot again. The shoe leather is .dy Murray Garv I

featured on Monday nights. growing thin though and chances < i
I :s
BO VN'LI NO-Six alleys in Ship's Service available jr look good of his borrowing it from : :

J an personnel Monday through Saturday, the wife some morning.Ed. :
1700-2130. League games have priority. ( Note--Is this fact or fiction -

NATTC L1BKAKY Located tn Auditorium. ?) :

Open Monday Tuesday hursday and Friday 1300 to AF-42 reports a long but unsucces.smul .
2100. Wednesday. 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sunday attempt to beat off a i L1:1
1230 to 2100. mosquito brigade last Tuesday. : .
night. It seems the students had / )) .

ATIIL}:'l'JC GiLAi Available at Gear Locker. put the pests to rout but they came

I) Physical Training Department Bldg. 515. back strong at gaps to take out
their revenge upon their sleep-
XSIS-P.acquets and balls available at Physical ing souls. \i. ,
AF-15 out the i.
passes as a tip
Training Bldg 513.
following tidbit of information for na i;

the edification of all who love to

I Sti1MMtNG TOOL No. 1-(Bldg. 518) For Naval sleep in at reveille, 'Don't do it". (4I .
Personnel with Guests. Children under 12 years (Ed. Note--Sweet and to the .

tare not allowed in the pool unless accompanied by a Jt point). ?
parent or a responsible adult. Monday thru Friday On the sport side AF-42 is reported -
1300 to 2015.; Saturday 0900 to 2015. Sundays and to be ahead of the class
Holidays 1:;00 to 2015.! :>> leagues with a couple of softball
victories plus one in volley ball
to get a jump on the rest of the
MY1MMING POOP No. 2-Bldg. 419) For male

Naval Personnel only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to loop.From AF-43 we want to con-
' t 1200 and 1730 to 2015. Saturday 0900 to 2015. Sundayand gratulate Sandy on his fine show

I Holidays 1300 to 2015. ing at locker inspection. Also \ /;

IIKCKPT1ON: KOOM-Located in Auditorium. for Swinford's wife Is reconciled after L ( S .
NATTC Personnel relatives and guests. his promise to be in before three ,
o'clock every morning.
(Ed. Note--Did many. ever get t

The beer garden<<, reports that
VVUKKK TO GO ASMOKE: NCCb Club at Church and Newnan sales jumped 42% Wednesday Hww

Streets. Club open daily from 1700 to 2300, Saturdays, 1200 to 2100 night. Rea.ion-AF: Honor Claws 't tS11
Sundays 1000 to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturdays: being granted liberty.
and Sunday Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. Blue ribbons are awarded to I
JACKSONVILLE: InlIUBuselt leave at frequent Intervals Szaltis J. F. and Lintz W. D. who
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e as Navy). Surf bathing placed one two in Class AF-33
anal other recreation at one of world finest ocean beaches. Bus here at AvFjand.
fare 234.
CANOEING, FISHING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San lat drunk: "Would you care to
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus three blocks from last stop on join me in a cup of coffee?"
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoea--$l.OO per hour; motor 2nd drunk "I'd love to. You get "I guess y'know I ml**-.-.your I 'form' IM actually what' winning this .

boats.-$2:00: per hour. five to eight people per boat. in first." gain 1"

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12 June 1947 JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven

Raiders Belt Out 22 TeNNIS CHAMPS .

....... ....I.... .._ """- ...__ _

Hits To Drub Dublin &

lasting out 22 hits in 4G official trips to the plate,

_lusty .478 average, the NATTC Air Haiders walkedo

; forces of Dublin, Georgia Naval Hospital at the ,,

Jatter's field for a 13 to 5 win in the first game of the two r

game series, but had the tables turned on them on the

second day, losing 10 to 5.
The 22 hits proved to be the biggest NATTC offensive

!: to date, and included 5 extra base blows-, with three 'J. :

doubles and a triple. A double, ;
triple and three singles combined S
to give Duke LaHullier a perfect :
day at the plate. "The Duke's" 1 AOMSHORT
official Batting Average is now I tr'a
well above the .300 mark. Other'
stellar performances were turnedin
by Ron McNay with four hits t
in tux trips ami four bingles in I

five trips by Baseman Cliff : lly Glenn Goss" 4 L

Tully Pitcher ...I i Cudd besides Flash! Most any afternoon

tripling to open the big fourth TOA's own little drillmaster

Air Raider frame fanned 13 Hos- Fitchpatrick, can be seen outside ""ti H

pitahtes, while scattering eight putting his boys through the paces v ., /
hits and breezing to victory. We don't know what caused this

Air Raiders got to Roy sudden Interest in drilling but

for a run in the very first I we do know that upon {suggestion
r i tT on LaHullier's first hit from the front office class 93.

brace of stolen bases. Dub- affectionately known as the awk

lin retaliated with three mnrker I ward squad, immediately and diligently

on two hits a pair of wants: and took up this extracurricular -
ft wild throw. ; activity. After a short talk
from Gunner McCauley the boys
But the Dublin lead was short
votel unanimously in favor of it
lived, an McNay started off the !
Our advice to other classes who
third with a single, moved to second -
contemplate classroom horseplay
on LaHulher's hit. Both advanced
as Roehl got a free pass ... .
I STRAIGHT AND NARROW. v'1'1 "" .,. ..
lo load the sacks and a moment S .
later, McNay fas forced in a.. I The net stars pictured above represented the Naval Air Technical Training Center, to place
Stillman also went' to first ,'Iathe Two men and "Yo-Yo" were in a tie with Key West for first place in the recent 7th Naval District Tennis! Tournament held

charity route. LaHullier was I loading a 250 lb. bomb. "YoYo's"hold at NAS. The men pictured above are: left to right. Devaney. holding the 7th N. D. team trophy;
slipped so he set his end of and the individual singles trophy, and Van- I
out trying to score on Knickel- Wilcox, singles! champion with the Commandants Trophy.
bine's grounder but when after the" bomb on one" of the fellow'sbended dergroot with the runner-up doubles trophy. Wilcox will represent the 7th Naval District at the

Collins fanned. Tully garnered a knees while he regained his! tennis tournamen a Pensacola today for the 7th, 8h and 9th Naval District championships, the winnerof
hold. (But alas! Yo-Yo has
single, in the process, Roehl Still I left us. He graduated with Class which will go to Annapolis for the All-Navy finals.
man and Knickelbine scored.
132.) I

Showing no signs of letting up, can do that to Phillips. well what yPAR, "AllNavy" title. So here's "Good
the locals added four more in the D. V. Rague is lying restfullyin would four do? Luck" fellow, we are all pulling

fourth. Cudd opened with 'triple, his bunk with his eyes closed for you and behind you 100%.

and scored on Lundy's error of Apparently he is asleep His bunk- Bits About BasEball' I

McNay's grounder. McNay wont mate happens along and gets the Thursday afternoon, the ord- Say Fellows, I did not we manyof
all the way to second LaHullierwalked I fiendish idea of throwing wateron nancemen. after going 11 hot innings n you out to the Soft Ball games

and Roehl singled scoring him. This plan is soon in opera- with the CTO. squad drop- last wek. You sure missed a thriller

McNay with LaHullier going all ation and as the water touches'I ped to the short end of an 11-10 By SHORTY MKR1T last Thursday when the boys

the way to third. Stillman flied Rague, he bolts! out of bed and score Yacklovich went the lengthfor took the TAF Division into camp.

out to right field, scoring LaHul- makes a wild clash outside. "Where TOA, pitching heads-up ball We say "Well Done" to Don There was plenty of excitementand

]ier after the catch. Roehl moving are you going?" asked his bunk- all the way. Our first marker came ,II VANDERGROOT of Phase I. Don action what with home runs,

to second. Walters got his hit I mate. "To get my clothes before in the first inning with Bass scoring i was one of the men chosen to represent good plays and screwy plays. We

doubling in Roehl from secon.l. I'' it rains any harder", was his'!! reply on Reichoff's single but the -NATTCenter in the 7th won by a score of 18 to 12. Thenon

Cudd started another one run rally fourth frame was the big one, with I Naval District Tennis Tournament Friday we played the TOA

in the fifth, singling to start And Mr. Brown-If two beers TOA staging a six run exhibition. last weekend. He was on the I Division the game that had been

the inning and scoring on LaHul- The traffic cops tied it up in the doubles team, and really gave a rained out earlier in the season. .
her's third hit. The Raiders addeda National League Standings'" 6th. but AOM-A came back again good account of himself. They And defeated them by the" over

lone run in the seventh on Mc- W LI in the 8th with a three run rally, breezed through the tournamentand II whelming score! of 28 to 16. That

Nay's single and LaHulher's triple Bake Shop 3 0 including "Babe" Fitchpatrick's were just nosed out in the fin- gives us three wins and no defeats

and in the ninth added their last D 3 01 two run homer, only to have persistent als. So we can well be proud of I So Gang look over the schedule

two runs!! on three hits including T 2 1 TCT tie it up in the ninth Don and say again "Well Done." posted in your building and let's

two straight doubles. I H.D. 2 1.. and then go on to victory in the see you out at the next game.
H.M. 1 1 eleventh on Ward's four run bag- .
While the first game the Air McNALLY J. F., from Basic I
)Raiders AOM "B" 1:1: ger. Did any of you notice that funny
committed only one error S a Phase left last\ weekend on leave
MAD 1 2.UT walk GERBER of Central Phase
that proved not to cause As know "Mc" is one of the
any 1 2 Friday afternoon saw one of the you I had last weeK ? Well 111 tell you
serious! damage the second of the
game SAD O. 2 slugginest slug-feats of the intramural NATTCf'n-1 he was practicing trying to get
found the NATTC men commit- ter swimmin team. So he is taking
AM 0.4 softball season to date as i "Sea Legs". He shipped out and
ting five miscues four of which his leave now and is going to stop
Results of Game Played the "Sparkies" of TEA met TOA I was to report in at San Diego,
eventually led to Dublin off at the University of Minnesotafor '
precious 'I with the thought of avenging their"Disgraceful" Calif. for FA by Com Pac. So I
runs. NATTC scored lone runs in T 10 B.D. 13 "lesser1 some additional coaching in
loss to we by now he is touring the
the first and second, but Dublin MAD 9 SAD 9 swimming. "Mc" says! he is determined guess
people during basketball season South Sea Isles at the
tied it up on three singles and Bake Shop 16 AOM"B" ]5') to win the 7th Naval Dis- government's
and met their objective by giv- He was replaced
an error in the second. The Raiders SAD 6 LIT 5> trict Meet and then on to the expense.
ing us a thorough trouncing 27- by HARLEY R. J. and we say
went ahead 5 to 2 in the fourthon D 811 7
seemed" to be
17. The game a dup- "Welcome Aboard".
... two walks two one base hits LIT 3 T 6 licate of Thursday's contest, as .
and Lefty Ryan's first home run HM 8 MAD 13 bread lines", the
again the ordnancemen" took the standing on any Congratulations to ROBERSON,
of the year. This substantial lead AOM"B" 6 H 6 lead twice, by a margin of at least Spook exclaimed. Must have beena S. R. of Class E34 who graduated -

was whittled to 5 to 4 on three Bake Shop 13 Bake Shop 20 6 runs only to slip behind as Before nice speech you made, Parker. at the top of the class witha

straight hits-the last a double- MAD 3 n.D. 1 and drop the game. Let's hope course average of 85.
by Dublin and in the fifth Dublin HD won fiom AM by forfeit those losses gave our diamond .
went ahead to stay with two LIT won from AM by forfeitT Gunner McCauley has moved his
dusters a shot in the arm. HAPPY BIRTHDAY to CAL
more runs, adding a lone tally In won from AM by forfeitD see. hammcyk to Bldg. 611 since he has LEGOS PETERSON and PHIL-

the sixth plus three more in the won from AM by forfeit S little tune for trivial things like POTT who celebrated another ,

eighth' Just to secure things. Hap Steve returned to TOA and a I home, now that he's holding down milestone the past week.

Arnold, making his pitching debutof Standings In AlDtJrI'an League much needed" rest after touringthe the Training Officer and Officerin *

the season for the NATTC TEA 3 0 tobacco farms of Virginia. Cigarette -I, Charge's office as well as his Something we would like confirmed

nine gave way to Dale Outcelt inaOUrlh TOB 2 0 Steve own Division Officer's position. is the .Scuttlebutt" about

:: after being in hot TCT 3 1 a Boy, this Navy appropriation cut PHILPOTT, the USD. "Casa
hit home
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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 12 June 1947 ''j


Wes.lrern. Trip Proves !

I DisDslrous' For F1ieli' i .

Split Series With Ft. Sam Houston

And Bow Twice To NAS New OrleansBy

__ _". 5)01:9: (,1.tOSK '1', S2c ,. ..,
I The NAS Fliers suttere d< their worst journey ot me tiki

I season in the past week wheII they split a two-game series a" '

I with Ft. Sam Houston and tI ten went on to lose two more .

r- : Sfr games to NAS New Orleansthe at New Orleans. They won

I first game of the trip ;against the Army 21-6, and

ti ae then dropped their next encov inter, 8-7. Then they tangled
and -----
with the New Orleans
i dropped the first game of the series Wally Hages sacrificed Then
Beebe singled, Crane walked, and
12-10, and went on to bow
again the following day, 155. Diedonne singled to bring in five

1J\ NAS :New Orleans-13, Fliers-5 runs.
that all the Fliers had
The Arymen ended up on the But was ,
and the New Orleans team wenton
15-5 last
,. short end of a score
to four in the
Sunday when they bowed to the garner runs
'. NAS New Orleans nine at New third and four more in the fifth

,",. + Orleans, La. The Fliers trailed for the victory.

l "' < from the opening Inning, and New Orll"ano-l 1 Fiiers--fir. '
RAISING TilE DUST in a vicious slide, Bud Burge, ace third baseman for the NAS Fliers, though they had a big third stanza The Fliers bowed to the -!
I skids across the plate to score against Eglin Field last week. He had previously reached firston they were still trailing at the Orleans club 12-10, in the ting

a walk, gone to second on another walk, and then come all the way around from the keystone end of the game. game of the series, game i
sack on Bert Beebe's single to center. The Fliers added three more runs in this inning and toppedthe New Orleans jumped off to a eight hits throughout the game.
visitors, 6-5, for their 21st win of the current campaign too lead in the last of the first The Fliers capitalized on two big
when they combined five walks innings, blasting out six runs in
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and a lone hit and then added the fourth stanza and getting their
three more tallies in the second final four tallies in the eighth.

Varsity on four hits, including a double The New Orleans team scored
lTomT and triple. four times in the second inning,
., The demoralized locals gained three in the sixth, and four timesin
some revenge in the third when the seventh to win the game.

Opens Season Allen led off with a walk. He stole Filers-7, Ft. Horn' ton-8
second and scored on Ralph Chris- Though the'Arymen rallied in
ty's double. Bud Burge walked and the ninth inning they were eked
--- out of the second of the
BILL KEIIL, &2t' game
By WAVES: TENNIS rINAr.lSTS----d- I series with Ft. Sam Houston, 8-7,

The curtain will be raised \ NAS Key West And ,. .- _. P'C". __ I' -......, ._.._, ...""' at San Antonio last Thursday. \
The locals were trailing, 8-6, going
tomorruw night on the 1917 NATTC Jax Crowned I into the last inning. With two( out,

edition of the NAS Varsity i Wally Hages was on third and

Softball Team when it opens.,: District Net ChampsTwo I Bert Beebe was on first. Bill
I Crane 'slapped a long double to
its against
highlY-I' teams, NAS Key West: : right center' scoring Hages, but J
touted and NATTC Jax I Beebe was out at the plate trying -
were crowned -
mond outfit in the City Soft- I to score on the hit.
co-holders of the Seventh
ball League. The Fliers outhit the Army nine:
Naval District Tennis Championships 'i 13-6. but walks errors, and all-
Coach! Bob Beaudreau of the local -
Fliers will have a starstuddednine last week when Key I around bad baseball gave the home

and a flock of reserves l') West's doubles team and team the victory. One possible excuse -
for the Fliers have
action in the initial tilt to- NATTC's might
see singles entry copped
been the fact that they had playedthe
morrow. Coach Beaudreau has first place in each bracket to night before and the temper-
announced two definite start-
only end the two-day tournamentin ature was up in the nineties
ers. H: will start Daryl Shaw on
the mound and Doug Roberts be- a dead heat for the top po- Filers I -' !, Ft Houston'

_ hind the plate. Shaw recently was sition. Each team garnered e In the first game of the trip,

assigned to duty at Mainside and points for first and second the locals garnered 21 runs under
the arcs to give Jim Daley his
turned be
has out to one of the a
top speedball merchants yet to spots and points for advancing < t.,. i s third win of the campaign. Daley

take the hill in intra-mural loop to the finals. relieved Lacotta in the first and

play. Roberts is a stellar performer The final outcome of the team less went ball.all the way pitching flaw-

behind the dish and in prac- championship was not decided un-
Dick Allen, star hada
tice has: been holding Shaw up til the final match of the day shortstop
field 10
day handling chance
with ease. when Wilcox, ace singles man
without But Allen
Tram Named from NATTC, won over Lt. Jeff
about the only player able to stand
Bailey of Cecil Field in straightsets
The Softball mentor has an- the heat, as both teams made errors -
6-1, 6-2. to take first placein
nounced he will keep 15 men for the left and right throughout the
the present but the list Is not singles. game.
final. For the duties behind the Wilcox won his right to meet -
plate, he has Roberts and Chuck Bailey in the finals when he
Cooper of the Hospital nine. On dropped Lt. J. Jeter of Key West, MEET THE FLIERS]

the mound, he has been using 9-7, 6-4, in the morning sessions,
Henry White, Eddie Marinez, and while Bailey was defeating his --
Chuck Bonnette in limited action. opponent, O'Reilly of Green Cove Tr

White might be used as an out- 6-2 and 6-1. "YOU PLAYED A SWELL game," says Ann Elder, right, to
fielder whenever he is not on In the doubles championships,
tall for
Hermania Rump ad she congratulates her opponent coppingthe
the hill for he is one of the lead- Smith and Jeter of Key West diminutive 6-2
WAVES tennis title. Rump defeated the Elder ,
ing sluggers on the station. In teamed to take an easy win over
6-1, to win the trophy given by the Welfare Department.
the infield, Jerry Hosaflook, Ray the local NATTC entry. Key West
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Oliver, Fausto Palumbo, and Vince was not threatened until the sec-
Podgurski have been handling the ond set when NATTC tied the
Jax Skeetmen Win Second
sack duties so far score at four-all, but the down-

In the outer gardens, the head state boys were the eventual winners

i .entor has five men working out, 6-0, and 64. Straight Six-Team Shoot
and the outfield should be one of Wilcox of NATTC will repre-
the strongest hitting trios with sent the Seventh Naval Districtin "
some of the top hitters of both the singles and Jeter and Smith Local skeetmen chalked up their second straight six-

intra-mural circuits shining in its will be the doubles entry in the team shoot last Friday winning a shoot-off from NAS

li e-up. The five men include Seventh, Eighth and Ninth Naval Pensacola after both teams had ended the regular firing
Frank Retrieve George Dyak, District play-offs to be held in
tied with 450; each. In the shoot-off the Jaxmen
John Galloway. John Ford, and Pensacola next week. I rang upa
Herb Abrams. Abrams is a crack- Cecil Field took third place total of 115 discs out of a possible 125 to the visiting t

er-jack second baseman, but his honors in the tournament with Ptnsacola's: 109. I

strong throwing ability and hard four points and Green Cove The locals copped the last six- N 4'T.I
hitting has landed him a job in Springs and Sonar School of Key
the outer gardens where plenty )f West were tied for fourth place team shoot which was held at Station Golfers ? '

speed and hustle will be needed. with one point each Cecil two weeks ago. In the first : : I IA

Garnet Bring 5>cheiluleilGames match, Pensacola snapped up Drop Close One
with several Florida tailed the
first position closely by
bases and of naval To Banana River i
Army j couple I local skeeters. This meet, held at
activities: have L fleen slated, but SoftballSTANDINGS HEAVY LOAD of the
the schedule is not filled as yet. the local r \.nge, will be followed' NAS Jax's golf team lost a close catching duties for the NAS

Contests are being arranged with by another six-team match at encounter to NAS Banana Riverover Flier baseball nine will fall

Tyndall Field Eglin Field Mor ,_.....6 ,.. _- u.cy l'fields. the week-end, 1917. The contest upon the shoulders of Bill Crane
rison Field, Pensacola, Green Cove I was not decided until the last now that Ken Warner is out indefinitely -
Other scores in the meet last
Springs Cecil Field, Mayport, foursome had completed its round I with a broken finger
Whiting Field, Banana River Parr NATIONAL LEAGUE Friday included Whiting FieldUS of play. Previous Werner's mishap,

; Island, Charleston Navy Yard, Team Won Lost Cecil Field-443. Sauffley Low man for the match was E the two catchers alternated ev-
Coral Gables Army Base, NATTC Field 137, and Banana River-tli. T. Livingston, AMM2c, who cardeda ery game. Most of Crane'a for-
M..tal Divilion. 11 (U i
Jax, Fort Benning and other mil- CPU Club S 4Maiaddo one over par to tally a 71. He mer experience was gained in
Lt. F. E. Field of NAS
(jg closely followed by Chief the Pacific
itary stations. IJilI'eDI.r S. was when he played first
Flan Unit II iNAT3 Jax: and Lt. (jg). Max Varner >f who carded a 73. and
With an average of two or Sweeney base caught for the
three gamea a week in town, the T I 6NAhTU 6 Whiting Field walked off with The other member of the team Before that, he Hawl1'L"Pirates !!'
Fliers will have a full schedule 1"/1'/ lJonartment 3 scoring honors for the day when winning his individual match beside for hh high school .

facing them at all times, and PlrrtNUir, ntoo t l0T7 they both tied with scores of 97 x Livingston and Sweeney was Maryland. At present, he la lit
/ Field 22 of the
100. Lt. dropped
Beaudreau if looking for more Divialon l' 11 Chief Robertson, who was four the midst of a batting spree,
first 25-and then knocked 75 down at the end of seven holes
pitchers. There is a possibility the clubbing the ball with regularity -
AMEKIOAN LEAGUE straight from the air for a near- but made a brilliant comeback to
team will play as many as five and boasting: a ,285 batting
to six games a week. All the Team Won Lost perfect day of shooting. win in his bracket. average. In addition, he has a
home encounters will be under the Scores of the NAS Jax team Other players included( Chief fine throwing arm and la fairly
A&R Prronnl 10 I in addition to Lt. Field were: Scar rough, winner of the Seventh
area at the Power Plant diamond VO ATU 1'40. I 1 t fast on the base paths
C. Miller and Lt. Naval District Championships E.
Operation Captain George '"
M"III"idt Perrosnti 1 (jg) I. C. Logan, each with 89 Scott, EMlc, Captain George Dickinson in the District link meet Lt Wil 1

Many years ago, it was against Sm.lr fGH".tlll 1 5 out of a 100 discs Lt. O. P. Sullivan I Lt... Arthur Gustafson. and liam Herider, and Lt. Tom Kelley
the law to play golf in Scotland 1'urbut>- h"ft 4 T with an 88, and Chief D T. I Pfc RuJacille! were the low men for the winners, 1
because it interfered with the VA A1U N. 4 4 IIMorII" Gallitano, with an 87, one ,tf hI I Chief Joe MacDonald, Inter- the trio playing some of the best

practir of archery I.p..,. s"', 41 S II\\I lowest 4c'orp.I Hus jcawn service Ohai.plon and runner-up golf yet Been on the local/ oourn l