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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1947
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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i ,Vot 5-No. 20 14 Augast 194'1.I

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I _' I Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 7th Naval District

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i Ir: U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA -- .

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Maneuvers Of Marine

d FP du > Air Reserve There

I The Marine Air Detachment -

of the Naval Air Re-

v % 4 4S &ei\e Training Unit here,
a 4
: ail a headed by Lt. Co!. Robert A.

'S : Black, will leave for the Marine -

.: "- ; Corps Air Station at
." i S rheny Point, N. C., tomorrow;;

ri to participate in the MarineAir
S; Reserve Maneuvers.

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.,*. local squadron in the 15-day affair
: SENIOR SCOUTS from Rigi.u >'r' had the time of their lives which will be directed by Brigadier .
last week during their encampment tat \'AS Three of the items on General Christian F. Schilt
their program are shown in the an "111 ,anvmg photos ( Upper left) head of the Marine Air Reserve
They swarm over an F8F Bearcat used by the Blue Angels who per- Training Command and holder of
tormed: for the Scouts Thursday at 16W: I Upper right) They study the Congressional Medal of Honor
the intricacies of the Link Trainer. ( Lower left) They learn all and members of his staff from
..... about a radial aircraft engine from a cutaway. In addition, they Glenview Ill.
',- were taken on airplane rides, a conducted tour of A&R, and a cruise Thirty officers. 75 enlisted Marines
i. '11 a destroyer-escort, as well as 'a trip up the St. Johns to view and 14 NARTU Corsairs will
the reserve fleet at Green Cove Sprin '. make the trip to Cherry Point for
--"---- the maneuvers, the first Reserve
military maneuver to be held in the
Week-Long Encampment Is United States since the end of the
.. r war. The personnel including both
-,' and members of
stationkeepers
"'. Enjoyed By Senior ScoutsSenior Squadron VMF-144 will travel to
and from the maneuvers by air.
,I A full schedule of events. Including -
1 Ift Scouts from four southern states wound up a the latest fighter plane

t '. week-long encampment at the Naval Air Station last Saturday tactics, bombing, rocket firing, and
i close ground support problems with
: .' after five action-packed days they remember for men from the Marine Corps Baseat
years to come. I i Camp Lejeune N. C, has been
i outlined for the Alsoon
I They flew in Navy transport planes manned the maneuver.
r r de- the program are lectures by
!troyer-. ort_McClelland on the high seas, toured the vast (Continued on Page 2)
1Sa Assembly and Kfcpsrtrrlu>j>Sj and
cruised up the St. Johns to Green
Raise $1,253.69 At Jax Naval 1 Cove Springs to view the reserve I f Y u

I fleet. As a special treat the

Activities For YWCA CampaignJacksonville Navy's Flight Exhibition Team, the. gwnw
I Blue Angels, put on an aerial show Y.cr
naval activi- for them. I
The 260 Senior Scouts from Region -
ties concluded their YWCA : SupplyDepartment j Six attending the rendezvous I / )
Building Fund Campaign this began to pour through the gates
week, and a check in the ,'Is Commended By of the station Sunday morning I I
3 August. The remainder of the
amount of $1,253.69 is being
day was spent getting physical ex- 1 1I
forwarded to Mrs. Guy Keni- Captain Duckworth aminations and being assigned I

mer, general chairman of the I Following his recent commendation I quarters. After supper that eve
local effort in town, it was up ning the Scouts were welcomed
r announced yesterday. I of the Public Works aboard by Captain Herbert S.
Department, Captain Herbert S. (Continued on Page 3)
: The Naval Air Station led all
Duckworth, NAS Commanding Officer a.
ether activities in the drive with .
I r contributions totaling $1,087.98 gave formal recognition to / I l t
from both civilian and military the services rendered by the Sup-
., personnel Other commands par- ply Department during the A&R .
, ticipating in the campaign were shutdown in Station MemorandumNo. : Carl n Jai t
Naval Air Technical Training Cen- 32-47 last week. ,
; ter$5296, Naval Air Advanced "The Commanding Officer desires "Two wrongs never makt aright
Training Command $40, Seventh to express his appreciationfor Correct errors on disco!
, Naval District Headquarters the excellent cooperation ren-
Admit mistake i It i*
$32.23. U. S. Naval Hospital dered by the Supply Department ery. j/owr
$2303 and Naval Air Reserve during the recent shutdown of the good for your conscience and
Training Unit $17.45. II Assembly and Repair Depart- will! help to keep you from making '
The amount raised here will represent ment," the memo stated. "During I the same mistake again:' \
a substantial contribution (Continued on Page 3)) I
toward the erection of a mucheaeeddd I ------ -- .
community building for S
women of the Jacksonvillearea
it was pointed out by Lt.
Noma P. Reid, who was general : .
chairman of the Navy drive. The
building will be constructed at the
corner of Duval and Market
Streets Architect J. Powell has : s
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already designed the structure and
it is expected that actual construction -
i will begin next year.
: All money raised is being placed
9 In a trust fund for the building itself. '

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I. Welfare Department Will

Arrange Fishing Trips

Does the name Izaak Walton
conjure up visions of cool mountain
streams and a spirited fish
fighting gamely on the other end of
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your line
Well, the Mainside Welfare Do
has some good news for
.partment) interest is shown I
will be arranged to
leave NAS on Friday afternoon, returning -
Sunday evening. Trips will THE MARINE AIR DETACHMENT of NARTt will leave tom orrow for the Marine Corps Air Station at Cherry Point, N C. to
include transportation to lakes participate in the annual maneuvers of the Marine Air Reserve For the past week, frantic preparations nave been mado to insure the
about 100 miles southwest of Jack- success of VMF-144's part in tho affair (Upper right) Lt Col Robert A., Black, skipper of the Marine Air Detachment, receive
) sonville which are noted for their best wishes from Captain F. W. Prieatman, NARTU Commanding Officer (Lower left) A Corsair landing wheel is checked as part of
.. good fishing Cabins, cooking utensils the rigid going over given the planet before departure. (Lower center) Sergeant V. C. Tucker checks the chute harness which has been
tackle, boats, motors, and issued to Staff Sergeant M H. Wright (Lower right) Members of the organized reserve'gather' around as stationkeeper John I* Sullivan .
I (Continued on Page 2)) checks a Corsair cockpit The outfit will be away for 15 daysr" :
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. .TROPHIES_ AWARDED Funs TurQ, Out In Droves For Big




Smoker fit Mainside Auditoriimi



By Bill Kehl, S2c I I

One of the biggest crowds

r ever to attend an NAS boxing I I

smoker turned out last Fri- I

day night to witness the I

first such event in over a r s ,

year. Nearly 1,500 spectators

jammed Mainside Auditoriumfor

F { the big show and left with I

x. the feeling that it had beenan

evening well spent.The .

crowd yelled itself hoarseas :
the sluggers threw wild rights I

and lefts, often drawing blood to
make the fight more spectacular
I There was only one KO during the .
evening in the last bout, the best
I fight of the evening Karl Belke170pounder r
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who was well trainedfor
the smoker and who had a .
great deal of ring finesse, rapped
blow after blow off Joe Culmettein .t,;
o the first two stanzas, but the

game Culmette threw a right jab
lr which staggered Belke early in the
/ third round and then dropped him
: flat. ,

I Belke stayed down until the
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count of nine, but could do little z

I after he got up from the canvas 9 F
t as Gulmette pounded him with
I and duo of
three hard rights a
II. lefts to drop him "out of this
';; world." At one time, early in the

final round, both fighters staggered '
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each other with blows and fora Se- ) S
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time it locked as though the S
f' crowd would fee a doubleknockout. -
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"Ourh, that sting," think Martin Henry after John MandoEtl
e :. I First Fights Fast! land a right on his jaw. Henry copped the ilecinion, with a TKO lathe I
: In the first bout of the evening.i' third round
t- Dick Ekmanian copped a unani- '
." mous decision over Richard Poli- 'I in the first round to wallop Jeep motet demonstrated the different
{ takus. both weighing 120. In the ,I Tovinnitti and take a unanimous wrestling holds and a little bit of

next bout, James Quinn, 135, wona decision. Martin, about a half-foot jiu jitsu. His subject was Sergeant
1j 4 TKO in 1:10: of the second frame I shorter than his opponent, sent his Jackson who took the beatings
ObY x P 'over Otis O'Brien, 133. Quinn foe reeling several times with gracefully. Tommy Nilan and Jack

? proved to have too much class) for I strong body blows i Blackstock went through a 15-

the Irish lad as he dropped :him I Freddy Grosjean, 145, and Joe I( minute grappling duel with Nilan
twice before the towel was thrown Sayers, 147, battled to a draw in coming out as the winner. Nilan
m. | the seventh bout, each boxer go- I pulled,| a body clasp on Blackstock
N Scrappin' little Aaron Garcia ing too strong in the first two | after he felled his opponent with a
4 cantos and unable to slug it out flying tackle.
clipped a unanimous decision from ,
in the "last. Official\ For Evening
John Alvocado (each tipping the '
The last bout was between Belke Lt. Comdr. Anthony J. Rubino,
scales at 1261) in the third bout j
and Gulmette, and it was & fight Physical Training and Welfare Official
Another TKO was registered in
which local ring fans! will not forget refereed the bouts The
the next fight, Martin Henry overJoe j .
: Both of these lads will probably judges were Nat Shortstein and
% Mandozzi, in the third round. I:
g ] : Both fighters were in the lightweight fight again in the next station Sam Bergman. Announcing the I
t smoker which will be held the fights and results was Art Greene
bracket. Next Louis Rob-
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middle Vf September. 1 editor of the Jax Air News. The ,
4' erto. 148. won a split decision from
\ I V.'rertiera Put on Show timekeeper was Bill Kehl, and
p the judges over Joe Steln r. Both
The crowd not only watched seconds for the men were members
fistic scrappers put on a classy
I nome fine leather pushing, but was of the station boxing: team including
fight for the fans
I entertained by wrestling exhibitions Eddie DeCor Richard
Martin Rallies Ate I staged by local mat maulers. Caaciano, and Henry Schillizi. who
e4 r :rt a N+ 4c Joe Martin came from behind I George Romanoff local mat pro- also helped promote the smoker

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SAFETY TROPHIES WERE; awarded by Rear Admiral Ralph f

Davison, Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training, recently to two
squadrons which established the highest safety records in multi-en-
pined and single-engined! aircraft during the 1947 fiscal year. In
the top photo Lt. Comdr. Edward C. McCollon, Jr., training officers
for VP-MS ATU No. 10, accepts the CNAAdTra Multi-Engine 'tS
Trophy from the Admiral on behalf of his squadron which had but
one minor beaching accident during the year. (Below) Rear Ad-
miral Davison presents the CNAAdTra Single-Engine Trophy to
Lt. Comdr. Guiseppi Macri, training officer of VA ATU No. 5. His

outfit logged more hours with less accidents than any of the other '.
five competing single-engined!! squadrons. Both winners recently
came to NAS Jax from Banana River. :
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,f HAPPY successful LANDING.landing in rough New version water. of Fire-foot the Nayy's wares Seahawk, strong makes winds ''I --"Oh- my achln' back," yell Jack' BUckstock as-Tommy; "Nilan-I7-i; : ; !M); hold on'-him A I

: ADd Sergeant Jackson, the ref., looks on to see If Bterkfctoek'i<< shoulders
and spray which almost covered craft had little effect' on sturdy trout are pinned to the deck.
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I I observation plane. Tests were conducted at Patuient, Md., Test want to earn a little-extra-cash to -- -
Bowling Alleys Reopened
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Center. I stretch that Navy pay, see Chief NARTU MarinesContinued
Pin Setters Are Needed ,Crews at the Welfare Office. He'll ;
Can Take It ( from Pace 1)
New Version Of Seahawk ,put you right to work.
The enlisted men' bowling alleys 1 nationally-known engineers, guided
;(BEA)-The SC-2 version of the I I val Air Test Center, Patuxent, at Mainside reopened yester- missile experts, and CAA officials.
M4 afternoon after a long shutdown Welfare
Or at leant day
Beahawk is a success. Ample provision has been made
almost for refiniahing and repaint
tests carried out under severe At times tIe plane was Continued from
( Page 1)) for recreation as well as training.
conditions of strong winds and completely covered by spray and ing. The alleys are now in fine
waves typical rough water water, but it sustained only minor condition and the equal of any guides--all for $10 per person! There will be dances for enlisted
high
-hazards---were eminently damages.The lanes anywhere. When the colder Bounds good, doesn't It? All personel on Saturday nights large- .
operation successful.' And the latest ver- SC-2 has a top speed of weather sets in, it is expected that' you've got io do to let the Welfare scale athletic contests, fishing and
elon of the Navy scout observation over 2&O miles an hour. Its fundamental the alleys will be one of the favorite ,Officer Lt Arthur Waehtel know crabbing. In addition, the men willhave
recreation spots for station that want to in oX of the facilities of of
la now a member of theNav8 job is to scout from battleships you get one use one
seaplane family of airplanes. I and cruisers for enemy white hats :[the parties. He'll handle all the the finest enlisted men's clubs in
in sea actions But you can't operate a bowling details and IU'rangement.-p'ovi the country, it was announced. '
forces, spot gunfire
and landingsby
Repeated take-offs I shore bombardment alley without pin setters, and they ihg enough men awe interested.. You 4 S
and
the SG-2 to test its ruggedness during operations, and are needed in UM officers' alleys landing
iptcl ability to carry out operationsbinder supporting to act as! a search and rescue a0 well as the newly reopened EM Office at Mainside Ship' Service, flirt "lie refused to release his
adverse weather conditionsu : Alleys. Ko it any of you fellows or by phone on ext. 41)8. clutch, that's ail.Page ."
'm made euc esif lilly at the Na- plane.
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FROM THE BETTER BUSINESS

..... 't. BURO The wheels of the 5Ii
L ,UI,. CPO Braintrusters are really humming _
t or should I say spinning, in''I

' regard to devising new ways to I
make it more beneficial to belongor
make use of the Club. F'instance
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Sunday nite has now been i

designated as surprise nite, andit
mayor may not be
I',, worth your while to make it between MAINSIDE AUDITORIUMMOVIES '
J ,"" .N sr the hours of 8 and clos-
'I' '.., p.m. : : Weekdays-1730 and :3000); wr.*k-riid*-1130 and 2000.
I' f ing time Last Sunday nite's lucky
; u. foMOav' THURSDAY
x number 420. All numbersare
card was
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"LAST OF REDMAN, starring Jon Hall.
member-
DEI4V000Ja taken from the club FRIDAY
card' To be a winner, you
ship "
"KEEPER OF THE BEES, with Gloria Henry.
of beerto
must be a member. A case
SATURDAY AND: SUNDAY
the winner or high scorer each
"DESERT FURY Lizabeth Scott.
featuring
week on the pinball machines is an- MONDAY
other "Something New Has Been
"DEED VALLEY" starring Ida Lupino.
Added EventOne being contemplated 1
TUESDAY AND WKONKSDAY
if not in effect, is
already
,
tJl '. the "I WONDER WHO'S KISSING HER NOW," with June Haver.
a higher jackpot pay-off on THURSDAY
slot machines. At the end of Aug-
"
"UNDER THE TONTO RIM featuring Tim Holt.
of the
ust, when a clear picture
Profit and Loss presents itself, if
JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
a good profit is shown, then you
'I be that club will
sure
-- -- may your
Slum- start at 2000IIIUKSDAY
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P Hospital SASASITY NEWS-The daughter -, "VARIETY GIRL," with Mary Hatcher.
of CQM Llopis. Hester Llopis I SATURDAY

by name, was married to R. B I I "UNDER THE TONTO RIM" featuring Tim Holt
YEsll I. Mullen Saturday evening at 1930in SUNDAY .
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ChatterBy S the Station Chapel. A lovely reception "KEEPER OF THE BEES." starring Gloria Henry.
was then enjoyed by about MONDAY AND TUESDAY
100 guests at the home of the "DESERT FURY" with Lizabeth Scott.
GIANNINI By JEAN O'BRYANT, Y!c bride's father. All there commented ; WhlNMSUAY"DEEP

Congratulations to CPHM and I No news is good news but, on what a wonderful wedding it VALLEY," featuring Ida Lupino.TJlURSnAY ,
Mrs. Beatson on a seven-pound, jeeperswon't somebody do some was. At present bride and groomare

five--nd-one-half-ounc baby girl thing ? ? Tracking down interestingbits honeymooning in St. Augus- "I WONDER WHO'S KISSING HER NOW," starring June Haver.
born August 1947 Father Is do- : of chatter, etc. around 722 is tine. (I'll bet you never knowedit

ing nicely. lUke trying to saddle a pound of was me who wrote that, did' OTHER EVENTS

0 I' .moke! Even Schenley is tightlipped you?) i BINGO PARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage

Oo>'>d-bye and good luck to the these days. I. HAVE YOU NOTICED The MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room i, Bldg. 913, open 1200-2409.(
staff members who left last week. Helpful Hints don't ever send : flat bellys at the pool last week? I I Club meets at 1900 Wednesdays.:

MUa Bagwell was transferred to Rump out for sandwiches-you'll ,: (They were Sea Scouts). The MODEL RACE CAR CLl'B-Room 3, Bldg. 913. Meets at 106O
the 1:. S. Naval Dispensary, San starve to death Make way for wiggles and antics of the players :. Fridays
Juan P. R.: Lt.
d..ri to Norfolk. Virginia: and ; pull their morning "Dagwood signal is almost like tjje Sword I, Thursday.
who
Damocles The six chiefs
Dr. Troutman reported to the U. Plunge" for the bus Set your of ? Three BOWUNGSix alleys located in Mamside Recreation Building
S Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, watch by Dotty King-when she started football practice No 3. Alleys open all week from 1630 to 2130.
The
outtoo, too rugged
V*. hits the galley for morning chow droppd BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.

.. I it's 0800 exactly Belts, watch new to be band O K.Saturday on most nite everyone's? Seemed I II i Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after

Picnic and sightseeing trips to that first step, it's a lulu! I favorite band list. Come up Saturday 1500.
Silver Springs have been authorized "Ripples" featured the contentsof and let the club know whether MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
for enlisted members of the a WAVES pursehas anyone like them or not. The leader I,I the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
staff They will take place on Saturday taken a peek in the refrigerator in is you ex-Chief Bandmaster Parker. i I their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions -

23 August, and Saturday, I lour barracks? The list of articles Out on 21 years). The chief at I by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho
30 August, for the alternate watches available for use of all hands.
therein would look like a commissary : the bar gazing intently around'/I nograph
: Watch the bulletin boards for inventoryl I I Ii I LIBRARY Located on second deck: of Mainside Recreation Building
I with, as he puts it, one eye large
further information. No. 3. from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
i Wonder what Prud Rhodea .U open, the other eye small closed Open
always typing-her memoirs, no 'I That the Stag Bar is not so stag? from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from J200 to 2100.
Much fun was had by all onWard SUIMMING-(outdoor pools) Daily Monday through Saturday-
doubt Billie Stewart didn't get The hillbilly duet on Sunday niter?
D-l this week. A big musical : 0800 to 1900 Sunday-1200 to 1900.
lost at the hospital-she's out The amount of bum dope I put out I ;
baseball game was played. The up I II GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun
? set at
now and on a 25-day leave .1 1.1I in this column The genteel
Boston Red Socks beat the Yanks I well be- day from 09001700. Golf clubs are availably at Golf House. Bathing
I Ruth Dobson is back off It"ave-I the Bingo games, very
16-15. Close game-many arguments trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
haved The hard feeling among a
Also Garner
has
with umpire. yes again. Bobby A'Iil'IIOR.\GE-Open: daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
j lot of the chiefs 1 for one another ? I
returned little group,
our happy
i to 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
The many, many new faces to be : cards and uniform of the day),
she's
All be hand although so quiet you'd never
patients on tonight I II Field.
I seen on Saturday nites ? (Might
for a Red Cross Hoot and Holler know It.Eleanor. I II the Train
I even be some one you know! The TI'SSIS-Racquets and balls are available at Physical
Song Festival In the Recreation I Stallbuah has a car that'platinum diamond Red Eyeman ing Building No. 726

Hall. If you can't sing you can seems to have a mind of its own. ,I gave to Janie Smith ? It's a ARCHERY: -Club, located in Bldg. 899, open daily from 1800
make a noise, so come onecomeall It should run wonderfully now, beaut: ) I to 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.

and get lung. .exerciie.. / though. Sunday there were no less WHAT TO THINK ABOUT Everyone welcome.
than six people examining the The coming general elections, to''I SURStltl'-SponsoreQ by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 1101.
Now hear this! Every Monday parts that make it tick .all at fill all offices of the club, that Hours: Monday through 1riday-0700 to 2400; Saturday-0700 to

night is "Open House" night in i once, that is. Hope they weren't will be held the latter part of this I II 0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Hourly-20 cents for one child; 10 cents

the Red Cross Recreation Hall. all corpsmen I month- might be well for you all for each additional child; Card-$7 for one child; $2 for each additional
Girls!! Dancing! Card Games! I child Daily (for working mothers)-$1 from 0700 to 1800.
I Marie Desmond reports she likes I to think of someone you would like ;
Memphis, and we see she and Jake to see in office. Your best bet is' "sea
and their
Our friend Stanley la back in sonville Beach,
have made the someone who wants the job, can '
already
bed on Ward A-7. Stan, hurry and ;I "Gob-lette'1 I Week-Long duty" aboard the McClellanJ. A
column in the : spend a lot of his time attending |
get well! Patients, Red Cross, and I I
Ship's Service miss you. jacket." Our loss is their gain- I to it, and is all in all a good man (Coutiuued from Pace 1) surprise mock attack by 13 torpedo

I Does B. J. Gray have that gleamin for both you and your club. Duckworth, NAS Commanding. bombers was made on the

Welcome back aboard, Welsh her eye? "Marine-gleam", that' Officer. I ship while the boys manned the

and Altman. Red Cross certainly is, and we don't mean aqua Supply In order to get around to all the

missed you while. you. were away. I Barbara Wright wishes Mayportwere activities planned>d for them, the! guns.When they broke camp and departed .
more conveniently located (Continued from Page 1)
last Saturday, they carried
divided into four
PATIENT OF THE WEEK: Ask Annie K. about her fishm' I this period of time, the Shop Scouts were with them a pretty thorough
This week our spotlight is on none trip, and she has pictures to proveit stores stock was increased by approximately -: groups. While one or two of these I away knowledge of the various aspects

other than Doyle "Red" Woolfolk I 50%.. and: critical ma- i groups were engaged in one ac- of life at a naval air station.

from Ward A-7, I Rj- terial items reduced front 31 to 16. tivity, the remainder,would be busy'' During their visit they were under
Woolfolk is a private, first class, hunting. pe8 to be an electrician "During the preceding months doing something else. In this man- the guidance of Lt John B. Rus.
In the Marine Corps. He received when he gets out of the just prior to the shutdown, the I I ner they were able, in addition. to I sell Lt J. D. Bryson, and Chief

bin training: at Parris Island, South Marine Corps. Good luck, Red, we A&R Department met and exceeded '. those events listed above, to view. !' R. p Roth who. with regional executives
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Carolina and Camp LeJeune, ;:hope your dreams come true BuAer overhaul schedules in Navy movies, enjoy liberty in I II of the Boy Scout of

North Carolina, in 1945. After I order to make up past deficits I I town, swim in the station pools. I America, arranged many of tho
training. "Red" Served one year Call Special Meeting j. While making up all overhaul den- .; study ground training equipment I II Ii details of the Senior Scout En.

in the China theater with the First The Navy Wives Club No. 86 cits, drain on Supply was exceedingly i I i listen to lectures on aviation, and I campment.

Marine Division.. ham called a special meeting for I heavy and it could not &. ,ve attend a Beach Party given by the .

When asked what his favorite Tuesday, 19 August, at the CPO been accomplished without the full local Boy Scout Council ,
hobby waft, he immediately said Club at 1330 All members are support of the entire Supply De- .1 Highlights of their Stay here
"eating good food." Secondary I urged to attend. partment and their outstanding were the flights over Palatka St. They'll Be Serving

hobbies are swimming, fishing, and services rendered." I Augustine, Jacksonville, and Jack Hors D'Oeuvres NexH
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Who says NAS Jacksonville
I STALEMATE Down I Isn't the best air station in the
By Harold Jonct, 81 Pipe Navy?

Taking no back seats to even

the swankiest cocktail lounge,
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the Main Galley now bouts

"Music: by Muzak," the planned

U 81 1 r t'I music for background listening;

Piped in from town the pro-

gram la planned by expert to

i provide an atmosphere of com
fort and good living, rather

i than a record program for

y I straight listening
The service is being provided
through the Welfare Department -
as an added feature to its
already ambiUotw recreation

program to order to make life

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} J" >i': 5 Better All The Time! t IT'S A TOUGH LIFE By Sleeves


( More and more opportunities 'are being

Editorial Office offered by the Navy to men who re-enlist. 111///111I11///) .

I South Wing, Lower Deck: Bide. 930 Now Navy men who re-enlist are able, in I

Telephone Extension 8181 most cases, to select the location and typeof I

Arthur BL\ Greene, Editor i-t -
ship for their new duty assignments.In -----
The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the -
:U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and announcing the new policy, Rear Admiral 0i

printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at T. L. Sprague, Chief of Naval Per- I.. III i illil1lt11 1 i r I ttq P
no expense to the government and in compliance _
sonnel stated "Now that the
with SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December fighting war I i

1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat has been over for almost two years, and the'
the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical nOI..1 Of
Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval Navy is more closely approaching its : ) e

Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters or mal peacetime operating schedules, I desireto \ ,
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air 1l
into which
place effect certain
Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Range measures
And the U. S. Naval Hospital. will give to a man, upon re-enlisting, considerably -

Rear Admiral Ralph Davlton more opportunity and latitude than
Commandant Seventh Naval Dutrlet
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training he now has in obtaining the type and location WiW7 <4 _

Ci>UJn Herbert. Duckworth. USE Commanding of duty which he desires."
Jacksonville* Naval Air Station
The move, which is being greeted with
Captain Jules F. Schumacher, USN, Commanding
Naval' Air Technical Training Center cheers from all quarters, will, in broad lim-

Captain S. M. Shur (MO. USN Commanding its:
V. S. Naval Hospital '
1. Permit a man to re-enlist under con
C."u,111 F. W. Frleftman, USNR. CommandingNaval
Air Reserve Training Unit tinuous service aboard any ship or at any

I/t Cut T. C. Moor Marine. Jr.BarracksU. USMC. Commanding naval activity which he may select ; \ .

2. Allow him to remain in his new ship
Ce>nWr. Nell AverT USN', O-In-0
\V Naval Air Gunner RangsCaptain for a stated minimum period before being

C. S. Cooper. USN, Commanding eligible for transfer except at his own request "I can't figure out whether the laundry shrunk 'em or I'm !Mill
:Nana Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil 19tId ; growing1'!

Capt. Alexander M. Hearn. USMC -
Marine Aviation Detachment 3. Safeguard the man who has recently

I"J'he JAX AIR NEWS receives Ship's Editorial Association ma completed an extended tour of duty overseas Commercial t'IC. .II"jHf: { 1(I
terial. Republication) of credited matter prohibited without ,
rerraiwn'on of SEA, Washington 25, D. C. Republication of any from being returned involuntarily to such
eth.r matter, except by service publications, It prohibited BulletinBulletins
without permission of Editor. JAR AIR NEWS. duty within certain time limits. (Duty of

this type is considered duty on a ship at-
will be accepted until .
V-J Day, 2nd AnniversaryToday tached to an overseas base or an outlying space has been filled, but no later JTHE

base, with the exception of Hawaii and the than 1000 Tuesday Ext. 8230.
marks the second anniversary of FOR {sALE

Panama Canal). Stenotype machine complete with lesson
Y-J Day. Two today the Japanese
years ago
booki. Used only one week. Mrs H. E.
announced that they would accept America'sUnconditional There will, of course, be some instances Armstrong Bldg. SOOA, NATTC, ext UNITED STATES AND

where departures from this policy will haveto 8330. THE NEAR EAST, by Ephraim A.
Surrender terms. It seems like Four rooms of furniture including bedroom
be made because of the exigencies of the suite, box iprings inner-spring mattress Speiser, professor of Semitics at
ages ago livingroora suit, odd chair coffee table, the University of California,
service changes in fleet floor lamp, table lamp. odd bed coil
or unexpected operating makes available a real understanding
Little remains of the cheat
great Army, Navy, springs, of drawers, felt mattress
schedules, but the BuPers chief emphasized kitchen table and four chain. S409UUlyion of the present play of politi-
and Air Force that once made this countrythe St., Dewey Park. Gunter, ext cal, economic, and social forces
that these exceptions! will be few 732. within the Near East. Since the
greatest military nation on earth, and ,
Four complete rooms of furniture include -
and far between if all hands do their utmostto Near East "is a battlegroundwhere
J-piece bedroom suite living room
made possible the defeat of the Axis powers. suite, brt'akfuset, rugs, curtains the interests of the Big
A few battleships carriers cruisers and ; conform to the new policy. drapes, tables, lamps smoking stand Three focus and clash, and oil air-
dishes and complete set of NVeareverpots
routes and
world itself
security
and pans. Owner leaving state l'.
:lesser ships where once the seas were filled T. Young, 1230 Cumberland Rd., phone are the stakes of the United

with ships stretching away toward the hori 81904. States in this global center of
8) McGregor matched irons, 3 matched Bobby gravity," this is an important bock
far the could And Jones' woods golf bag |70; Eastman
zon as as eye see peaceis 16 mm cine-Kodak and light meter, both to be read and digested. The author -

still but a vague chimera-as far from at- like new' $160. Lindgren. ext. 98. gives the historical tack-
I Solid maple twin beds, can be used bunk ground of the entire area, surveysthe
tainment as ever! h style, excellent condition. Can be seen major forces which are shaping -
.Tfcxxs ondVieujsf anytime at 3112A Blair Ave, Dewey
Lstear, as we observed the first anniversary y Park. Chief Brann. the destinies of the Near Eastern -
12 ft. boat, complete with out-1>OI\rd motor peoples, and interprets the
of V-J Day, strife was still evidentin dii and heavy duty bicycle wheel trailer. trends which are determining both
LrCornpte, ext. 794, 2-SS80.
or phone
many parts of the globe. We were hopeful _, *? 1439 Cumberland Road. the internal relations of the Arab
1948 Indian Chief. $400 rash, 611 East world and its relations with the
that by the time the second anniversary LOST ROMANCES: 56th St., Leon Johnson. major powers.A .
Three-quarter ,
maple bed
rolled around we would be well along the "Religion doesn't mean to me what it $15; 10x15 blue cotton youth rug good complete condition book for beginners in the
$8. Phone 8,1260. Mrs. Radd. building field is PRIMER FOR
road to lasting peace. But add up the score used to mean," said a young man to his Lurge motor scooter, used few month HOME BUILDERS edited Al-
,
I Excellent by
condition $300 cash. 7(0 West-
Russia has drawn the "Iron Curtain" even chaplain. Perhaps it never did mean anything brook Rd, or ext. 8373. Mary Keller. lan Carpenter. This book gives you

more closely about her ; the Dutch and Indonesians to him beyond being a nice story.A Columbia$23; three light-weight complete rooms bicycle of like furniture new the facts you need to know about
home
little bubbles. Witha will sell separate or together. 3116U Barr ownership-financing, buying -
have turned Sumatra and Java into boy was blowing Ave., Dewey Park. L. C. Bernhardt. the lot, your legal rights and
shining face, he watched a manycoloredlittle 1942 Harley Davidson. Excellent condition. how to them
protect just what the
China is still
a battleground torn apart
; J. M. Lynch, ext. 458 or ext. 8303.
globe rise and float Then it Child's arcnitect and contractor do, and
away. play yard 20x20': $15. Mrs Cor-I
racked by inflation and ravaged by endless burst, and all the glory of it was gone into win phone 24841. facts about building materials and

:war and starvation ; European nations still nothing. Perhaps religion was somethinglike Singer electric sewing, walnut machine fmUh.! 1947 Been desk used type six, new equipment which will make
your building an up-to-date struc
months Chief L. Brown, A4R Shop .
squabble and bicker internally; and in Paraguay that to the man we are talking about.A 1499. ture.

revolutionists have driven the govern little girl held her new doll lovinglyin 1939 Lt.Plymouth(jg) Shahan.coupe.ext.Excellent 280. condition. PRAISE AT MORNING, by Mil;

ment out of the capital. To add to the world'smiseries her arms. It was such a beautiful doll, I Studio phone couch 81224.with cover, $25. Lt. Cant, dred for M. McNeilly, is a good novel
light reading. It tells the
story
with red cheeks, a bright dress, a new hat, Set of golf clubs and bag. three Saraien of Matthew
England is suffering from vital Steel who had risen
a ,
woods and four irons $Jj.:; Jack PoUt 11-
economic I and clean white shoes. She gave it a name. 'I barger, 2931 Algonquin Ave., Ortega i from extreme poverty to the position
dislocation bordering on collapse. She put it to sleep every night. One day she Two bedroom suites, 2-piee livingroora of owner of three fast sailing
suite, S-piece! breakfast
:What a balance sheet picked up the doll from the kitchen floor. inette kitchen utensils) dishes set baby, pots bath-and i vessels in the days just before the

At home, things are a bit better than last The dog had chewed it to pieces and the pans NAS., S.other J. Giartnini.items. 1311B Randolph St, main Civil:War.d a neutral When for war the came first, he yea

Despite Congressional of sawdust was spilling out. The glamour and Two 600x18 tires with two tubes, ear bat- and years
year. investigation tery. All in good condition. Priced for thereby almost lost the aristocratic -
wartime profits and other sensational the beauty and the romance were gone. quick sale. 618 College St., Syvcrson. girl he loved.A .
: occurrences 1941 DfSoto four-door
the domestic is I Religion can easily lose its romance if it Excellent radio five custom new town tires,Sedan fluid lusty and rather brutal story
picture more tranquil is only something beautiful or thrilling in drive with over-drive, A-1 condition inside of frontiersmen who could not live
than it has been at any time since the and out. Pat Burns ext. 8316 or except in wild, uncivilized placesis
your life. If Moses had continued his workingof see at 4542 Sunderland Rd. told by A. B. ,
end of the war. Although labor is violently miracles in for two three 1933 Chrysler. Good mechanical! shape, Guthrie in THEL- ,
Egypt or :years, four new tires and tubes, new seat cov BIG SKY. The story is abcutW)
opposed to the Taft-Ilartley Bill, enacted into I the people would have been so accustomedto ers. Sacrifice for $iOO cash 2751 Col. Boone Caudill who, in 1830, at theWage
lege Street. Phone 7-6119,
law by the 80th Congress, the strikes them that they would have thought no erti.One Margaret Rob- of seventeen- ran away from
his
I 100dS retread tire Never been home in the Kentucky mountains -
of miracles than think of the used
which were so much a part of last year are more we sun since retreading. 500. Ext. 242, Mr. after having almost killed
noticeably absent from the scene. Productionis or moon. If your religion no longer means Eldridge. FOR his father for trying to beat him.

on the rise with consumer goods flowing I anything to you, the reason may be that it Corner bedroom, next RENT to bath semiprivate He escapes into the wild country

from the assembly lines in ever-increasing never had become a real part of your life, On NAB bus line t6 per week. of the upper Missouri river, mar-
I Phone 27019. Mrs McDermon after ries an Indian girl; and becomes
just something that thrilled you for a moment 1700.
quantities. Autos and housing remain tight, more savage than the Indians
and but I with its beauty or wonder or newness. Large room with bath hot water, on NAS themselves.
prices are ridiculously high, on the bus route. 2355 Poet St., phone> 7-8230,
whole the picture is brightening.Talk Christ must mean more than bubbles or C. D. Williamson.
Double room with kitchen privileges. Mrs McLeod, Bldg. B21, ext. 341MISCELLANEqUS I.
about the atom bomb still goes on, dolls. He must be as real to you as your Logins, 205 Dellwood Ave., phone 7-

but not with the same fervor as a year ago sins are real and your needs and your mom 5959.Two:sleeping. rooms for couple. Nurse specializing in infant 'a.e fm

when the Bikini tests were made, or two ents of unhappiness are real. These things wood Ave., Wilkins. Phone 7.8028.2531 Dell- hospital. phone. Available:3-OUW any tjrne Mrs. Herring .
point to the chasm between and Large sleeping room with twin beds. Near
after Hiroshima deep
years they were dropped on you bus line. 2044 Herschel St.. Mrs Seattle
and Nagasaki. We've remapped our defense God. Christ must mean the only bridge to Sleeping room near NAS bus route nil

:with} the Army and Navy now under a single God. He is the way. No man cometh to the i-4436.Barrs St., Riverside Mrs Loun, phone

secretary. The United Nations still meets at Father but by Him. Christ and His Cross WANTED

Lake Success, although results do not live must become your only hope of pardon, of Rid Working front hours 103 Middleburg 0800 to 1830.Road Rugg to Dodge NAS At the Station Chapels Blrmlntbaea

up to the name of the site. Russia continuesto strength, and of fellowship with God. The ext. 8330. Road and Muslin Arises.

wield the veto, the Greeks still fight the living Christ is not a passing bubble or a doll 1/3 model horse-power automobile electric in good motor condition and Contact Ut- 0630 KATTO Pretes enicCbapJala Cast A C.

that loses its charms. He is the Enbanks, ext. 684. Boyer
guerillas, and Palestine is still rent asunder. one thing Ride from Southside to NAS. 'Working 1045-(ieneral Worship S.rvl<_Ch'I-
Yes, V-J Day is two years behind us now, needful" "the same yesterday, today and for- hours .0800 to H30. }firs. lowte, phone lain R. L.Cath.lle090GMa.a Murphy

but that brave new "One World" is no.where ever. 9.6162.Ride from Wamboldt A Parker er vicinity: 0700-Ma.a.

to be seen. In fact, it bears a startling re- There is no "lost romance" for those who Tat.to NAS 79", Working Nelson. hours CcOO! to 1639. 1109-Ma....

semblance to that same old one we l knew know and Jove Christ. .LOST; As Outdoor. Nursery for taall hll-
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beD .
maintained Mir vtfOO
a
t.back in the '30s Chaplain Arthur C, DOle; GnU near iroot a .N, SMp'a btu and er>pink ke. Reward enamel. are lost)) and 1200.Page I

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InspectingThe
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Engineering Di\i*.lon.-by Fred .-. .

K. Clyn -Last week Tiny Shas- u HELEN BURNETTE

war's CPO column was brought to progressing well, and all wish her x Congratulations to two proud
S my attention. He had some good I an even speedier recovery. 'poppers" in our department re-
notes, too. How about being guest I The light has finally dawned in cently. J. F. Holechek, AMMlc and
columnist for us some week, Tiny? the Material Office. Last week, A. W. Yarberry, AMMlc; both

It seems as though Caroline fluorescent lights were Installed, have new additions to the family.
Howell, "Miss Howell" to you: giving the office an added lustre. Did you know we have an inventor
folks, has a new nick-name. She Now, no one need complain of a in our department? Yes-!'
doesn't know for how long, but dim atmosphere. slree-and what an invention! If,
Just call her "Steady" Structures Dh"lslon-by Lathetls for any reason, you have need of
Gunter-Have noticed Chief a plow-or any of your friends are
We have R. L. Gittings Lewis) you
In the Plant section of Engineering Shangula hopping around with contemplating buying a plowbyall
water on the knee these few means have them contact A. J.
who comes from WAA to givea past
hand to "Buzz" Sawyer and weeks? Crippled as he is, he still Wood ACMM, inspector in Fabric
and Final Finish. The latest
thing,
72 holes of
take over the duties of Foy How- manages golf every
and we are not kidding. All the
week-end.
that he has to
ard. Foy says get '
comforts of home attached.
back on his job sheet. Foy How- Mystery the week: Who stole '
ard's comment on whether he was! the inspector's pen and ink stand t.w We'll be missing J. A. Cam sl,
going to the picnic last Saturdaywas set? (He got it back). S2c, former messenger in the :Main
"that sort of thing is too Have you noticed the sad shape 4 Office. Camesi has been transfer
quiet for me." What kind of life Chief Bamfa is in because of Supervisor p red to the Electric Shop to gain
? Dickinson's demonstration experience in this line. Incidental..
do lead, Fay
you of his "superman strength" v\ t s ly Camesi has applied for per
The feud still rages between P.S-.Dick took a correspondencecourse x> mission to attend AEM SchooL
Minneapolis and St. Paul, namely) from Charles Atlas. You Good luck, Camesi-we know you
Mona Sorem and Helen Unstad brute! are interested in this type of work.

against "Mad House" Tracy. The division extends heartfelt W J. Nash, S2c has temporarilytaken
Have any of you thought of the sympathy to Paul Greene on the 4 over the duties of messen-

extremes we have in Engineering,, death of his father. : ger in the Main Office, relieving
namely "Fats" Silver vs Tiny Ethel McDonald and Gloria Camesi. When K. T Mullen, S2c,
Shassar, and "runt" St. Petery Gramling spent a day of leave at returns from leave he will be assigned
vs "Mad House" Tracy How about Jax Beach last week. to this duty.
.that? We agree with J. C. Wright, TIlE PUBLIC WORKS GARAGE is not the only place aboard Chief J. J. Sutton and R. H.

Assembly Dhl.lonBy I. D. propellers are made of hard metal the station where automotive equipment is overhauled. Special equip- LaVallee, AMMlc, are taking ex-
IlouC'hard-Last week we said hel- especially when you hit your ment used in Supply is maintained and overhauled by the Supply tended leave. We're sure you both
lo to Ens. D. C. McClurkin and head on one. Department's equipment shop in Bldg. 111. The shop overhauls will enjoy every minute of your
this week we are saying goodbyeas Hope Johnnie fist enjoyed his cranes, fork lifts, electric trucks, and scooters. Above (left to right) time.
he is being transferred. We are orange grove while on vacationlast Gordon W Barber, J. W, Bridges, and J. T. Greene, pool their serv- I Plans are going ahead for the
sorry to see him go so soon, but week. ices to get one of the fork lifts in operating condition. : big get-together for members of
in his place we are getting Lt. :Martin Hesse of 305 has returned -- -------------- the department in the way of a

(Jg) W. R. Squire. Many of you to work after a serious opera- Ten-Year Limit Now Beach Party and a Bar-B-Q.
know him, as he was in the Assembly tion. Sounds elegant, doesn't it? Members -
Division before. We are all Congratulations to E. L. Shirey i SULYw.1 On Withdrawal Of I of the committee will be con-

glad to have him back and hope he and J. A. Hubbard on their pro- tacting each of you soon, so give
likes the many changes. motions. Look out, Hubbard! We Retirement PaymentsRetirement out with that folding money-

Mary S. Donald, our ray of sunshine hope the water isn't cold. SALLIES we're sure you'll get your money's
is back from leave and has C. E. :Miller, former chief in deductions are no worth!
had one grand time doing a lot A&R, is now employed in 305. longer frozen after five years of Now, Mr. Bishop, just how did

of fishing and loafing. We are all Glad to have you. employment.An that accident happen? Understandyour '
envious of that golden sun tan The Boy Scouts toured Struc- amendment to the Civil new car was on the receiving
acquired, Mary. We knew you tures' Shops Thursday a nice THUMBNAIL SKETCHES: \tl) Service Retirement Act, passedby end of the smash-up and quite a
you future "white Shy, quiet, and retiring Billie Von session few !
hated to come back, but we ere all looking bunch of Congress at the last repairs are necessary
glad to have you back-especially hats." They were escorted by Chief Hofen has been one of Supply'smainstays permits persons separated with
Mr. Moneyham!!! White of 306. and a pillar of Stock less than 10 years service to
Engine O'erhaul-by Carl W Control since her arrival here sev- withdraw their retirement deductions INSIDEPUBLIC
Chief Hance's wife and baby are in Engine eral Her taciturnity is Former
.... Player-Happiest girl years ago. with Interest.
leaving for Louisiana for. a little Overhaul last week was Jane so marked that few of even her employees with less than 10 WORKSVacations
;vacation, so we will have another Smith (the A&R Nurse whom we close associates know that she can years of service but more than
"bachelor" in the division. How- have adopted) whose third fingerof play and well eight instru- five who do not wish to with- continue to be a sourceof
ever, he plans on doing a lot of the left hand was.adorned with ments, including piano, writes draw their retirement are en- news, with Florence Brown
fishing with Chief Stender. Happy one of the loveliest diamonds we sparkling poetry, and speaks titled to a future annuity. shoving off for beaches, etc., and

fishing, boys! hav3 ever seen. But the sparkle French capably. Recently, Billie 'Those persons who desire refunds Bill Truesdale going to New York.N. .
:Mr. Radford is now back in Sta- of Jane's diamond cannot surpassthe found a lucrative way to clean out of their retirement deductions C. Reels left last week for
tion 5 after being in the Wing sparkle in a certain chiefs the surplus which had accumulated and who were unable to North Carolina where he and the
Shop over in Interim Overhaul. eyes when he looks at Jane. Con-. in the attic, closets, and store- obtain them under the old five- I Missus will spend several weeks
Glad to have you back again with gratulations to both. around the house. She and
you rooms year law, must make a new application in the mountains. Sadie Britt returned
"the old crowd. Everyone around here sincerely her family held a rummage sale for refund. Necessary from Washington, D. C.,
Craig Phifer's daughter swallowed missed Chief Harris who was which was so successful they blanks will be available at former and reports a nice visit with the'
a penny the other day, but his away last week because of the couldn't close the doors until sev- places of employment.The former Juanita Wise Another nice
wife called and happily said that death of his father. Our sympathies eral hours after the scheduled end gal in Files, Betty Inglis, the third
lav'as made retroactive
they are one penny richer these to you, chief. I of the sale. They couldn't close the new 21 191?. I Betty in one office. We call 'em by
days and the baby was all right. Add to your list of proud poppasthe doors anyway, since it was held in to January number. Betty Ward replaced Con
What does she think she is, Craig, name of Bill Davis, who be- her garage, which has no doors. nie Hecht in 7ND Maintenancewith
a real live "piggy bank" ? came the father of an eight-pound, ((2) Shy, quiet, and retiring Betty new pen which writes in airplanes, Connie moving to Design.
, Lewis Kirkland of 1030 spent eleven ounce boy last week. At Sted, lately known as "Triplets," submarines, and trolley cars, Quoting a friend of his: "A. T.
four days in Georgia enjoying his the time of this writing, both usually does the unusual. On her "What I need is a pen that writes Hall is on vacation, lying his way
mother's good cooking. While mother and son are doing fine out anniversary a few days back, she under pressure." In discussing the from one filling station to the
there, he sold his car. Kirk, does at St. Luke's Hospital. (The writer composed a letter to the man she possibility of a big promotion and next." .

.. the pole in your front yard miss usually gets paid in the formof said "yes" to by cutting out cap- pay grade raise, remarked Polly, Sammie Whittington reports
the Ford now that you've sold it? for announcements suchas tions, headlines, and printed words "My seven's in heaven, and I'll catching a 6\ lb. bass. Hm-m-m,
Planning Division-by Seamor- this, Bill). from newspapers, pamphlets, and have to wait till I get there to getit. not bad!
Vacation time seems to be still Another E. O. father last week magazines, and pasting them in ." PBM (she's a cousin to the Eleanor Womeldurf is having
here as a few members of our was Chief D. H. Robb, whose wife sequence on regular stationery until plane with the same initials) is the "bang trouble"-bangs up ana
.- division have gone off and left us. gave birth to a seven pound, twelve the letter reminisced all the ,winner of the contest sponsored by bangs down again. Seems it has to
Roy Richards has taken time off ounce baby boy at the Naval Hos- nostalgic events of their court- this column, her suggestion being do with a slight resemblance to an
to build a house in the Orange pital. Congratulations, chief. ship and marriage. Last week Made "Supply Sidelights." However, no Indian squaw!
Park locality, Otis Spurlin is mo- Our diision Officer, Lt. (jg) Allen and Willie Mae Wynns change in the caption is anticipated The girls in Transportation say
toring to the Windy City in the McArthur, seemed happy at the got together with Betty and com- in the near future. I they sure like Chief W. W. Jones'
"Blue (Spurlin Ford) Bullet" with news that his parents would be pared notes on sizes, styles, and SALLIES IN OUR ALLEY: All new hair cut-Don't know why!
wife and sons! and Leon Kirkpat- in town this week from Minnesota experiences on a subject close to stand by. This Upon investigation of the recent
rick is using up his "excess" leave. for a visit with him. It has the heart of each of them. ((3) you column woodpushers to a chess Shop Committee election, it was,
Oh, you lucky people! We all hope been four years since he last saw Shy, quiet, and retiring Polly Mc- tournament expects and sponsor details will learned that "Curly" Wemp's cam-
you enjoy yourselves and return his mother and father, and we all Donell has the affectionate nick- be announced soon here, Elizabeth paign managers, J. R. King and
"fresh as daIsies." wish him a pleasant visit with name of "Lightining" from her Slade is taking a cruise on the Dave Horton, weren't altogether
Not only is vacation time'here, them. cohorts. She once observed, when "S.S. New Northern" from Jax to responsible for his defeat-it was
but spring also seems to have re- Margaret Ward says she is go- the conversation concerned the Nassau Haiti Jamaica, and Cuba the brand of cigars which he didn't
,
ing to call Wood "Doctor" from out!
turned. Noticed last week were pass
She is
Sue Verner, Louise Silcox, and now on because he's all the time Chief Arthur Garron left for and back. all interested an authority ad-on A couple of Maintenance employees -
the trip, so are
Pauline Wood intensely and enjoy- telling her how he operates. Memphis, Tennessee for a 21-week contact her when she were seen carrying a row-
vised
to returns -
ingly absorbing "poetry." Why the Do you long for a nice vacationin course, Good luck, chief, and good boat with a kicker attached acrossan
25 John Colvinis
sudden interest in the finer arts the cool mountains of North learning. on Aug. island at Matanzas Inlet Sat-
of at the
of literature, girls? Carolina? Well, if it's cool weather Wonder what makes H. A. Gar- taking a course piano har- urday. What was the matter, Mac,
including
Jaxmusicollege,
Last week, Yvonne Boatright you are looking for, you needn'tgo rett spend so many week-ends* in no gas?
reported to work illuminated bya all the way to North Carolina Savannah, Georgia. Must be a mony and music appreciation E. C. Shreve (Key Shop) has
student of that
organization
ring on the RIGHT finger of the just come on down to Engine Over- peach! Another who- sprouted the most "Clark-Gablish"
left hand. Congratulations, haul where the air-conditioning Ruth Jones, Orville Belote and is Ronald Livingston, mustache since his wife has beenin
made his debut the other night at
Yvonne. The lucky man is a local mechanism broke at five degrees his wife went deep-sea fishing and Musicale. Ronnie is Maine on her vacation. He's
Jaxon. below zero and kept on going caught a couple of octopii. What, the Friday makin' hay while the sun shines' ,
Are male companions necessary down, down, down. (If the Plant no fish? known as the "Songbird" of Ac- 'er sumpin'.
F. Forest has
Division reads this we're kidding Marland G. Sammons is back to counting Ray
in order to have a good time? Ac- only I
the malls
to Allen, Mattie It's very pleasant down hereif work and feeling much better. been eagerly awaiting building that new house; Norman
cording Kitty each day. It seems that he's cor- Coles, Henry Behrens, K. )[cDuffie -
J' Wood Nancy Lester, and four female you wear a coat to work). Jack Russell was heard over '
,
responding with another woman- and Szarmanski-fishing; Gertrude
at
wonderfultime Accessories Dh"Iolon-by Doro- WMBR Wednesday morning
was proteges had on, a a most moonlight boat thy M. \\lJUam..on-Alice Whildenis 10:30: as the Veteran of Today for his little girl, who is away for a Andre-crocheting; Henry
vacation W. C.
few weeks
in St. Vincent's Naval Reserve He on Bryant Photography.
ride last week WITHOUT any Hospital. Hope the Program.
? Johnson, Shirley Collier, and Eun- Lucile Cotten walked witK
Any comments she will be well soon and back to encourages every veteran to join away
male companions. in- work. the Reserves. Nice going, Jack. ice Russell will have moved into a $::50 U. S. Savings Bond, Augustfirst
Fred ) Clyne was
(Engineering
vited but declined the invitation. S. K. (Huey) Long had a nice Joe Vernie is improving, but will new homes by the time you read from the drawing at the
this BaroN Diggett, Supply'sJerome Frat Order of Weather
Eagles
':.- He didn't know that he would trip to Washington.Louie be out from work for four more
: Royal bought a new car weeks.J. I Kern announces that Rem- doesn't change any of Isabel Mor-
have been the sole male with sev-
women. Sucker! and an outboard. Some folks say B. Foley has been transferredto ick Publishing Company has accepted risson's plans, 'cause when the
en"Bon lovely Farewell" is wished for he got the car just to haul the Special Devices. Will miss you his' latest: "Sweetheart of'Mine" sky juice threatened to spoil the

White who resigned last kicker to the fishing camps. in the Instrument Shop, J. B., but Whitey Howell is the scheduled picnic recently, Izzy ancjl
Betty proud owner of a Dodge, which is friends just sprawled out on her.
week because of her husband's (a C. Foley has this Florida sandin wish you luck.
I. the right sugar to draw flies floor. Wonder if
Navy man) transfer. It was won- his shoes. After one year of Ask Frances Pemberton where living room Izzy
derful having with us, Betty. Maryland, back he comes to our she intends to spend her vacation. Shorty Segal ushers Thursday remembers the time during the,
wishes you the best of shop.F. When arc you fishermen in the nights at the Arena and is one of war when she had her pic took; tot:

luck Everyone wherever and you whatever. C. Koons and family and Guy Landing Gear Shop going to give the chief bouncers Kay Camp- her overseas hubby against a Chi a

Myrtle, Morris, one of the lovely Nix and family took a two week that fish fry? We are fish hun- bell and hubby are Streamlining Sale background? Ruby Fifo
ladies of Material Files:, has beenon trip to Dee Moines, Iowa. They !It for Philly in Sept. to spend their per is a Bingo expert. She's pram
grylLoultie
the sick Hat for quito some went through the flood countryand Hirtchman is still out vncaah with Kay's folks. tically got it down to a seienca1,

time, suffering from tun attack of nay they are glad to be back on tho nick 1M. Hope the will noon HOBBIES: W, D. Potts-gardenIng ) Must be her accounting" 't'X1'er......
I.. .' ,,. pneumonia We hear that she IeLi' hero where It only mine. be back to work. ; D. S. Vcrnam-fishing and ence

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I D. F. C. I

JAX AIR NEWS -

k LAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER .

'*1 Capjala Jule CotnaundincOoa F. SohunuK. USN NA 1Ccn It I k .

f _
> anJ r Robert P. B. :- Ex.cutiv.

U. Commands J. W. Willi.... USN
a Public Information>> Offie, 4ee
Adi.or to Jax Air N.w. "

Editorial Offices for NATTO SocUon, ROOOM liT ..4 114.Administration ".
Building SOO-A. Tel. Ext. 204.
Hi
Editor
Arthur T. KouUo.ikolt>> .. SlN AEM "B" SCHOOL
TEB softball team defeated TSK
;w.writ r August 5th. D. C. HAYES, one ot
Z Robert Wthhn, SU
. our new trainees In Class EB- I". '
A All Photo.rBpk. are official I U. S. Navy Photo raphi m.J. by HAS I proved to DO a great asset to, the
Photo Lab and A.. KuuJ. School Photo Lab unl.. otherwiim erodiUd. j team The Baby Crawling Contest 'i'i"FOR 'ia
recently held In New Jersey had
I nothing on J. D. PRUNK who was ?
+.ww'u' +.n..w .
.. nn. ww..ww t b
.wwwww. .w seen crawling from second to third
base. The extra inning ball game
came to an end and when HINES
hit a long ball. The score TEB
/ I
,,11 TSK 10.

t"f To this day no one knows who
was actually supposed to call the
: i infield plays In our game with TCT
i: last Thursday Maybe: KEDAK
GO/
., F A :11191TO DO! WHERE TO knows. Nevertheless TEB won


109.W. J. QUINN AND G. R .,

HUGHES ACEM'S of the AEM -
MOVIE SCHEDULE
"B" School and doctors G. DICK-'
HEROISM and extraordinary achievement in aerial flightas
INSON and A. GUSTAVSON of
ZtfATTC NATTC Dispensary were victors in an Aircrewman during action against enemy Japanese forced .
the NATTC Intramural Golf Tournament completing his twentieth combat mission McGraw contributed
1'IIUKSDAY-THE CRIMSON SKY with Kent Taylor and Doris I held August 67. The foursome materially to the success of his squadron So states, in part,
Dowling. Shows at 1730 and 2015. I finished with a total score of j the citation for the Distinguished Flying Cross awarded to Albert
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BRUTE FORCE, starring Burt 378. fo McGraw. AOM2c of NATTC, pictured above receiving a congratul-
IAncaster and Hume Cronin. Show at 1730 and 2015 on Friday, 1400, latory handshake from the Executive Officer of NATTC, Comdr.
BON VOYAGE to in
9L730 and 2015 on Saturday. our boys R. P. Beebe. at last Saturday's Inspection. Others who received
Class' EB-18. L. F. )
AUSTIN
i SUNDAY ONE MORE TOMORROW, featuring Ann Sheridan awards: were: Roland Marcus Stage. AFC2. Navy Unit Commendation -
and Dennis Morgan. Shows at 1400 1730 and 2015. ACEM, has acquired the place of I Ribbon: John Richard Loftus. ACMMdi, Navy Unit Commendation -
MONDAY AND TUESDAYVARIETY GIRL starring: :Mary honor man. Congratulations AUSTIN I Ribbon; William Dale Lindsey AOM2c, PresidentialUnit
!
it tcher and DeForest Kelly and a host of prominent Hollywood stars | Citation Ribbon Bar with Star.
b Hope. Bing Crosby Gary Cooper Cass Daly Barbara Stanwyck, We welcome back aboard -- -"--
illiam Bendix and others. Shows at 1730: and 2015. CHUCK LONG who has spent a
.1 WEDNESDAYUNDER THE T9NTO RIM, with Tim Holt and two weeks leave up north. TH E WOHD
Wan Leslie. Shows at 1730 and 2015. Good Luck and Best Wishes to
J. A. ANDERSON CItE Material e e s e e
l THURSDAY KEEPER OF THE BEES, with Gloria Henry and
Michael 1 Duane. Shows at 1730 and 2015. Officer of AEM "B". ANDERSON
received his orders to report to the FROM AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOLFor

Yellow Water South Pacific for further duty.
Football season again, and ev- the sake of the MAA'a of the Division, Mr. Fields
FUtDAY AND SATURDAY-POSSESSED, starring Joan Craw-
Cord' and Van Heflin. eryone from 5'2". 120 Ibs., to 6'4", puts out the word that t he is going to start a course for themto
290 Ibs., thinks he is a potentialstar I attend It that last
0 'DAY-THE' CRIMSON KEY, with Kent Taylor and Doris "Watertight Integrity. seems
fullback. I heard that STID-
t>owling. unknown culprit forgot to turn
HAM went out for practice, passed Thursday noon some, as yet :
> :MONDAY AND TUESDAY-- FORCE starring Burt Lan.ilter -
a few passes, and passed out! off the faucet in the overhead of Brks. 21. Neither Hancockor
.... and Hume Cronin.WEDNESDAYONE. I
MORE TOMORROW with Anne Sheridan Now that LAKE has a new car. McCloskey could find their "Bluejacket's Manual" and so
and Dennis Morgan. he is considered to be eligible for all was in an uproar until that --- -

the title of" "Big-time Bay Street chief with the six letter hyphenated Cramer, a Rigger, and Bob Mc ain.
Operator. I name, came and put all in or- Most of you will remember Mc
THINGS TO DO-ABOARD The girls in Orlando are still der. Harry Trice was seen throw- Rain as he was stationed here during
shuddering over the sinister wolf ing up levees between his! barracksand most of last year. We hope you
FLJELTS IX Open nightly 17302130. Bldg. 517. .I howls: that came from a car in 21.Chief. will enjoy your stay here at AV-
Sandwiches and snacks available. NATTCenter Or- which WATSON happened to be Martin ia still wandering FUND. .

theatra featured on Monday nights. driving around and enjoying the around the area looking for a student -I Our nomination for the title

BOWLING-Six alleys In Ship's Service available lovely. scenery of that southern answering to the name of "Eager Beaver" this week goes to
) to all personnel Monday through Saturday, city.I Hack Hound It seems that he fell Chief Owens who reported back
iTOC-2130. League games have priority. I aw, and VERDECANNA when I remarked this afternoon on- asleep in one of his classes and ,I front leave Monday morning at
when Martin tried to put him on 0730 he could hold muster.
NATTO LIBRARY Located In Auditorium just so
his healthy, he
happy
)en Monday, Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to explained that h*> has appearance been under report Hound chewed him out, put II Naturally, he didn't want to be
his tail between his legs and left counted AWOL After muster
f 00. Wednesday 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun- nurse's care for some time, now.I again.
y, 1230 to 2100. hear that PHILPOTT is the I without saying a word I "Red" was seen swapping
only fellow in the T-EA Divisjonwho The TAF Golf Team ended up yarns with hus old buddy. Karpin-
ATHLETIC GKAK Available at Gear Locke. has to go miles and miles out fifth in the local intramural com- I sky. on the merits of Gold Head I

Physical Training Department, Bldg. :51$. I of the city to get a date. petition held last week. Captainedby Branch State Park. I II
LABNO of Phase V. and SMITH Mr. Johnson, the team also I The sad news of tne week concerns
TENNIS-Racquets and ball available at Physical of Phase I, two very well-liked consisted of Bacigalupo. Wasko the softball team which went
Trair.ing Bldg. 513. instructors of this school have and Mahoney. Incidentally Mahoney -I down to defeat Thursday after-
been transferred to Glenview Illi couldn't find his green shirt noon to the tune of 4-3. It was just -
nois. Also. HEIDER of Barracks and was consequently thrown off : an off day for everyone and shabby -
SWIMMING POOL No. 1-Bldg. :5IS) For Nav11 I fame is up in the North Woods, his game. In all, they-added forty I support in the held and at bat
Personnel with Guests. Children under 12 year by now, stalking big game, and points to our total for the Cap- helped along the loss.
ri in the unless accompanied by afirftrent :It" tain's Cup.G. II
w not allowed pool I being a regular outdoor heman.We The group you see running
: or a responsible adult. Monday thru FridayeSC&O would like to welcome into A. Pfiefer and J. T. Randallof around behind 440 every day are
to 2045. Saturday 0900 to :3045. Sundays and the AEM fraternal organization, AF 47 take the blue ribbons for not extra duty men but rather

"SiOUdaya 1300 to 2046.t two new Shop's Co. men, ROOP excellence In study this week. Both TAFs football aeam. The first
and BAKER. i men maintained consistently high | practice was called last Monday

SWIMMING POOL No. 3-(Bldg. 419)) For male Georgie BRAZET small edition grades and finished within a few I and a good crowd turned out to
Naval Personnel only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to o of the Chief, is mascot of the T-EA tenths of one another in the vicinity I greet Coach Bacigalupo (not
1200 and 1730 to 2045. Saturday 0900 to 2045. Sundayand 'Division, and attends every softball of 86"r. Congratulations to again) and his short, pudgy aa1 -
Holidays 1300 to 2045. i game to keep up the moraleof both! I sistant Hodkgm. With caleathenics
nis favorite team.Congratulations I The big. soft, downy "Welcome" as the main program the Chiefs
RECEPTION ROOM-Located iu Auditorium for to BAKER, mat is spread out this week for hope to get everybody into shape
NATTC Personnel relatives and gu .t.t. BANDEMER, BLOM, BRITT, McFarland AOM! who is reporting o bct.iiv starting on playls Any of
CLARK CROW, CUDD, and HEN- back 1'1'11the\ hospital where! he you with ability are asked to coma
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE NINGSEN for passing the AEM3 claims he wa in an t 'pera't' uial :ut and support; Your team. No
examination: and also to GALLE- Status Also! abt-a'-d a' Vgii w.atfin's 'T 'nsh.'d':1.
GOS HUBBARD, LUCYK. MACDONALD -
S'LTIOSR.IY CLUB formerly at 122 W. Forayth Street ......
NEGLEY, RODDANand ,
ti now located at 900 Liberty Street. 200 Bed Dormitory which in- I STEGER for passing the &-]---
t yud.ju, locker and shower, $.50. A snack bar breakfast, lunch andSuort AEM2 examination. P
served at reasonable I
orders
prices.
Our boy, Snyder, is all ('XI.to)
\ W11EKK TO GOSnout: NCCS Club at Church and Newnal' i lover, the prospect of gradual i''>i

Streets. Club open daily from 1700 to 2300. Saturdays, 1200 to 2100 I from what he calls "Btv-B' ,.
Sundays 1000 to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturdays School", the only drawback i* th.
tool Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. cur* little chick on whose ir.I '
I ch steps he slept, while await
1 JACKSONVILLE UE.\CIUS-Bwes leave at frequent Intervals mf her return from the movie
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e as Navy). Surf bathIng I Not a selfish man, he says he will
and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches Bus supply anyone with her plum--
tare 23a. number, upon graduation, for a
nominal fee of five green-backs
CANOEING, FISHING, AND BOATING Cedar River on Sin i Incidentally, buddy how many I
'Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus three blocks from last stop on "Frog Skins" will buy. an introduction -
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor ? )
bbats-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat._ .
"Hexonacin" Cartln they're starting -
to call R. E. He insists that
Wrestling Tourney its only a hair lotion though. < But .
everyone is awaiting tensely the
1'81tit11at An Intramural Wrestling tournament results of R. E.'s experiment, especially \\:1.:

will be held .at NATTC the "three bald men' : .
_", tIC Tuesday 19 August IV17 it was Mondachein Frazee and Carlin :
himself.) .
Sponsored by Navy Wives' Club announced by the Physical Training Class 2 holds claim to product.it;

Department last week. one of the beter types of rotn.-\ ., _
Proceeds for Nursery All Divisions entering teams that TOA has seen in many moon.-.)
must have written entries in the This self-styled Errol Flynn has a :
2000-2230 NATTCenter Physical Training the girls at the beach in a tla/;.-

Hirbor ()f rice not later than U -AUl'UfJt. He goes by the name of Ted Anuck;
Snug !I't.' in this tournament will be and be can hold his own with the
: :.\ 'i"I': I' ,d I lq\\arda tho Qagt4ia'a but that any other school has to .. ... ,
\ "Witch out. 'a got a I mean IrIS boon:"
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14 August 1047 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven



I AIR RAIDERS; LOSE 7TH. N. D. PLAYOFFS I



Ballots Win Both

Games 6-5, 10-1
S :
NATTCs baseball Air Raiders

dropped the two final games of

the season last Saturday and Sunday '
to Green Cove Springs by y.
scores of 6 to 5 and 10 to 1 in the

finals of the Seventh Naval District ,
Championships. The Air Raid-
era' overall season. record showed r ,

20 wins against 30 losses for an t i .
even .400 average. Consideringthat I ,
over the 50 game schedule > f0a'" ihtrn +
the team had almost a complete 1
turnover at three different times,
except for a few positions 20 won
>
and 30 losses isn t disgraceful 1 a

After playing some of the baseball -
of the year in defeating NAS

two out of three games the Raiders f \r ,

played ragged ball afield and are ,
were not exceptionally hot at the
platter as the Bullets of Green tA
q w,
Cove Springs earned the right to 3' !
play Great Lakes in Inter-DistrUt'

:ompetition, yesterday.

1 ,*The first game in the best two .' t ? s" / S. 'jr' v

of three game series was a good

... .ball game, but the second game
turned into a rout as the Air

,j1:1.: Raiders made some: bad plays.

..r:;.. Green Cove opened the first!
game with "runs in the first and

second and third innings storing
three in the third. They bunched
hits and a wild pitch for a run in
the first two hits and a sacrificefor '
another run in the" second

frame. ]n the third Succi startedoff ; -

the inning with a single, went !MKWN"\ AIM\E is the final picture taken of the .4 ? r
to second on a sacrifice by Bono-
mo, moved to third on Doerlerserror '! I NATTC Air Raiders after their defeat at the hands of

of Grimm grounder and Green Cove Springs. The team's record for the season
scored: a moment later in front of I
Grimm who scored all the way was 20 wins and 30 losses Reading from left to right-

from first on Wallace overthrow front row-Panek, McNay Mancos Marmkovich, LflHul-
attemtping to pick him off. Their
only other run came in the fifth her Walters Doerler, Pedersen, and Outcelt. Back row-

inning, as Grimm hit for the circuit Cudd, Stillman Swift, Immediate, Crocker, Scarborough,
along the right field line,
something unusual for a right ,,'iriek.'allut', A r ban is and Collins. To the right Lou

hand hitter After that things':! Stillman is shown being put out by Ibach at third base, .
nettled down but it was already
too late. The Air Raiders had as he was attempting to stretch his double to center field ;. # :s. hr. w a'- .OC 't

manwhile scored- a lone run in the into a triple in the third inning of the first Green Cove-
second on LaHullier's walk. Dor-
ler'n sacrifice Mancos' grounder, NATTC game The hit scored LaHullier and Panek. '

and Collins' single/: to left. Two HfSR.rs"f.___o__ _,._ ._ __ w 4 lini.ratIOHW __
more were added in the third as

Pitcher Bill Cudd singled':! to start Lt. Hamm Retires From Navy I,
the inning took second as both .
he find McNay were safe on Mc-

Nay's grounder and went to third 'After Thirty-Two Year CruiseLt. SUOFP
aa McNay was forced at secondon
Panek's fielder choice
Lou Stillman sent a long grounder dou-- T. L. Hamm, NATTC Legal Officer, Mill retire Aug-

ble to center field ,to send both ust 18, 1947 after thirty-two years of varied and colorful NEWS

Cudd and Panek clattering: across service in the U. S. Navy. During this period from 1915 to

the plate. Stillman was out however 1947, he has served aboard practically every type ship that tHobbie.r the lIoMyisl"
stretch the hit intoa
triple., trying to the Navy has and seen most of the countries of the \\orld. I

The Air Raiders started a laterally i[ Hamm first enlisted in the Navy on August 17. 1915. in

in the seventh inning. scoring I I Dallas) Texas and was transferred __ ATTENTION ALL HANDS!

two more runs as Panek walked to San Francisco California for Your Hobby Shop reporter once more brings you the

Stillman sacrificed him to second -I Boot training After Boot training H latest from the NATTCenter Hobby Shop, on hobbies for the

LaHullier doubled scoring he was assigned to the USS Ore- I Hobbv ist.

Panek and Mancos sent LaHullier gon and during the next three I We've had quite a few mainside personnel ask us whether
home
with his line single': to center -
Joe Collins grounded out tend ') years served successively aboard we were open strictly for NATTCenter personnel. Our answer -

the inmgeand the rally. the USS St. Louis, USS Pittsburgh is everyone is Welcome and we include the Mrs. We

The second game was never a USS South Dakota, USS Monad- have_. hobbies for the ladies too.
contest, as Green Cove sent two nock mother ship for submarineson Ave heard some lenows say thatthe I
runs across in the third inning, I which he served, USS Brooklyn Hobby Shop is only for the
three more in the sixth and five in USS Helena, USS Denver, I"SS Model Airplane and Race Car enthusiasts TEB And HD Take

the eighth to finish off the day'swork. Palos, a river gunboat, and the but I want to impress
Bill Grimm hit his second USS Dale, a 440 ton coal burning upon you that the shop is not only First Place In All
home of the series the ball I J
run as destroyer for planes and cars but a workshop -
rolled on past McNay In left field for every conceivable hobby. '
Lt. Hamm was ordered back to Hands Golf TourneyThe
Grimm scored behind Pawlicki Our new stock of Artist's Supplies -
the United States in 1918 fur shore
who had doubled to start the inning should interest even the most I'
NATTC Intramural GolfTournament
duty and attended Seaman Gunner
Three singles an error, a professional of artllts.Ve have recently -
School located at New Port R. I .
was completed last
! walk and a hit batter added three stocked our shelves with I
j runs in the sixth and then in the I and was retained there as an In- Canvas Boards ea el frames oil Thursday afternoon, and found tho .
tructor From there he went to
I
Bullets' big inning bath and Eller th* USS Tennessee which was just paints, brushes, pastels sketch combined team Qf TEB and HD
both singled sharply to left Paw- and charcoals and other out on top with low of
; being placed in commissIOn. This LT. T. L. HAMM pads related coming a
litki walked, to load the bases, materials. 378 strokes Lt. E. A. Gustavson
was followed by a tour of duty at
Succi singled Ibach home, Bonomo led the winners with the low
the Torpedo Station Keyport, Reserve as an Aviation Chief ord.nanceman. This might be considered a trine scoreof
singled Eller Eller and Pawj'kitancross ) the in cards of
Washington ts deep sea Diver andSalvage early to mention Christmas but tourney, turning
with his third straight hit when come right down to it. 44 and 43 for a total of 87 for the
you ,
I Diver.
'Grimm his second hit to I Lt. Hamm was recalled to acth'eduty 18 holes of
got score Christmas isn't too far off. Just play.
Bucci and Bomwno. Irish Czszesniak In J 924, he went to VT-2 as the in 19-10 and ordered to dutyas
J.
think how much money you can I Master Sergeant S. Ahffl of
flied to Joe Collins in the second first Chief Torpedoman assigned to a Bombing Instructor at NAS save by making your presents and the MAD outfit had the low total
Aviation by the Bureau. This was
to ,end the rally. followed by duty at NAS Pearl Pensacola. From there he was ordered also giving that personal touch I for the first nine holes of play,
; .- Green Cove out in with 40 but
which to
n.a J.. banged Harbor, NAS Pensacola. back to to VT-9 where he was made is really appreciated.Our coming a slipped
> thirteen hits in the nightcap, while I Model Railroad Club meetings .Ia I 48 in the second half for a teal
the USS Tennessee to VP-7 and
,*f NATTCL bad only seven, the same warrant officer. After a short tour are now being held on Tues- of 88 to give him second honcra.
back to Pearl Harbor for
.. 4fta the' previoua day. The Bullets VP-9 of duty in the Bureau of Aeronautics -1 day evenings at 1930 In the very Lt. (jg) E. G. Johnson of TAF and
then to VT-1 in SanDit'go
two
r',. goto;nly, .six hits in the opener years and from there to Norfolk Lt. Hamm was ordered to I near future we plan to set up a Ensign B. A. Lawson of TAI were
"1: &galiurtr&ttl Cudd. North Africa. This was followed model railroad line complete with tied for third with 89's.
he served until 1936
t Ron McNay made the best fielding when Va., where he transferred to the Fleet by a tour of duty with the U S. I switches I' Below is a summary giving the
play of the series, grabbing Naval Air Navigator School at lobby S hop now omen Mien I teams total strikes and points gain-
OHzenniak'B long fly on a one YoHKOvitch 8. Umpire: Welch and M..kervvr. Hollywood Fla From there it was slays a weak from 1700 to ed towards the Captain's trophy.
hand stab, after a long run intoJell Time of K.v* 1 :AO.Strand .,.. back to Kaneohe Bay as Ass't Officer I 2100. Saturday and Sunday I.I TEAM Strokes Points
center field. <> in Charge': of the Air Bomber 1300 to 2104) | TEB & liD 378 50> each
Pluyrr .b k o .Playa b fc o a
The Ho> frir.-.: McNay.K t 0 1 1 I'wlicki.lb. 2 1 10 0 Training Unit in PB4>'2!!. PHOTO bugs bear with us and TAI 385 85
NATTC Air K.i.r. Puiiek.rf 8 1 0 t Surci.rf 4 220 In August 1944 Lt Hamm was we'll try to compensate for yurpatit'n'e MAD .388 70
'Inl (>a.rsPlnycr Millmnn,>b 4 0 f IIiCJrHomO.2b" II I 1 ordered to NAS Sand Point, Seat- by putting up a new liuJ'f'rduper Disbursing 405 M
.b b o itPUyvr ail h e 1..Uull..3b 4 0 I 1 S (.rinim,., I 22 *
McNny.lf I 0 I 1 O I Lrnrh.rf 4 1 0 I GPR".rf Itof rlrr.M' 4 1 1 I Lamon 0 0 0 IMwN..lb tle, Washington as Bomb Sight dark room, or better still, TAF 423 40
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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 14 August 1947F9iers




I Take Early Lead In Inter-District Championships- '





_ PLOWING_THROUGH. ____ INAATC SKEETMEN Shut Out Great Lakes Inr :



.4 ;: WIN ALL-SERVICE Thrilling No-Hit ContestPlaying


.w. > S. CHAMPIONSHIPLocal

under darkened skies, the NAS Jax Fliers, behind
skeetmen gained sweet revenge -
the brilliant no-hit, no-run twirling of Daryl Shaw and

,* 3 P last week-end when they Lin Chadwick, captured the initial encounter of the Inter- "

r trounced the highly-touted Tyn- District Softball Championships} yesterday morning when
dall Army Air Field skeet teamto
they trounced a highly-publicized Great Lakes team, 9-0.( "I .

r cop the All-Servicemen's trophyand The Fliers_ were slated to tangle with the Pensacola Goslings .yin .
championship at the National
an afternoon tussle yesterday, !
Skeet Shoot in Syracuse, New weather permitting.Shaw string catch which electrified tM k : -

York. chucked the first five innings I crowd. = r

In their last outing, the Tyn- of play for the winners and Zayac pulled down one of The

'1 dall Field outfit beat out the local was relieved by Chadwick at the Bluejackets' line drives which
start of the sixth. He was sched- would would have been good for a
team by two birds, but the bril- uled to face the Goslings later in base blow. Heft also stopped a

liant shooting of the Jaxmen paid the day. The Marine ace fanned liner which was headed down the .

i rb off in the Nationals, and they won nine men, walking only one. Chad- first base line and no doubt would

the prized trophy and championship wick sent two men back to the have gone for extra bases had It ._
bench gotten by the initial sack ;;
I via the strikeout route and guard
by a comfortable 16-point he, also, passed one batter. Not a Hosaflook made a diving catch'ota '. "I

S margin. I Great Lakes player reached second liner headed toward center'to'-

S The team shot under the colorsof over the seven-inning stint. In help share the fielding spotljght} ?* ,.,\ I
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1 i 3 the Naval Air Advanced Training .I fact, pnly; 23 men stepped into the I Round Robin In Effect .11' .:- w''
c
j .1 Command since two members batter's box, almost a perfect The winner of the Flier-Gosltni"..,'
were from Whiting Field, one from I game!
J 9.m9vii have a day of rest;1lat "
Cecil Field and the other four Filers Start Early least until tonight. Great Lakes: '

A\ Ak F from NAS Jax. The local nine lost little time in was to meet the loser of yesterday's
\ Lt C. C. Orton led the scoring .
tilt in
H getting started as lead-off man a morning game at
for the locals and also copped the- 1000 today the Power
Vines Podgurski moved to first on on Plant
high score total for servicemen.He .
diamond. This will
an error and went to second on automatically
shot a high 215x250 and received Ed Heft's drag bunt. Ray Oliver drop one of the teams from the r
$50 for doing so. His closest then beat out an infield bunt to tournament since a team can lose r
competitor was teammate Chief E. load the sacks. Podgurski and Heft but two games in this round robin. 1.

: S : ; : A Varner who shot a 244x250. raced across the plate with two The two winners battle It out tonight .J
( The team also brought back the I! markers as Zeke Zayac blasted outa I at 2015 under the arcs at the
beautiful three-and-a-half-foot .
tro i sizzling single to left center. local diamond.
phy which was a national trophy I i Frank Retrivi followed suit with a The winners of this Inter-District
until 1912 when it was won by a i j
will
single after Oliver was put out in championships move on
Navy team and then chang'd to a a chase-down, and Zayac scored. to Norfolk, Virginia next Monday ..
,ft CANDIDATES FOR the Jax-Navy football team under the service trophy.JaxNavy. where they will meet the eastern .
went scoreless in the
rxpert tutelage of Lt. Comdr. Clarence "Tuffy" Thompson, startedA21r They but batted second and Atlantic champs. From that :
first eontact work of the year last Thursday at Mason Field. il completely aroundin tournament the winner will squareoff 'I
the third
In, the above photo, Al Blom one of the tackles on last year's Mermen' frame.with Zayac again with the champs of other districts '.
I came through a booming
to plow through two other huskies. Until last Thursday in the World
Navy'3 Series
drive to 'f.t
eaoaohtng: staff stressed conditioning but now, with the first Place Second In moved deep left. Frank Retrivi the All-Navy Championships. '_
to first via
a fielder's choice, .
coming up, are giving the boys some of the finer points i > '-
with
Zayac going to second. Dyak
'blocking and tackling.
Regional AAU Meet laid down a perfect sacrifice to ..
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advance Zayac and Retrivl around Final Arrangements
Jax-Navy swimmers. who competed the base paths.
Work As Grid in the Inter-District swim I I
Contact Begins championships held here recently, Shaw helped out his own cause, For All-Navy Swim ;i.
belting out a driving to

Coach; Prepares To Cut 'Squad last swim continued week-end meet on in the in Sarasota the tournament regional, Florida.AAU trail ter ,which Reggie scored Murphy two single registered more runners cen-his- Meet Are Being MadeLast <

initial hit of the day, scoring Shaw minute preparations arc f"
The local tank outfit
placed sec- all the way from first. Jerry Hosa- being pushed for the first worldwide r-
By Doug docket, S2c ond in a field of eight men's teams,
flook took the hitting Idea and All-Navy swimming cham .'
After nine of just calisthenics and other drills losing out to the strong Lake up
days .
<*cked the pillowball to deep left pionships since the war which will ( l
m Miat to get the players in shape, the candidates for the Worth Casino Athletic Club. The to- to score Murphy. be held at the huge indoor pool o.
Jax-Navy a
1947 edition of the Jax-Navy football squad swung into their tal of 30 points mermen to rang take up the run- Podgurski reached first on a 21, 22 and 23 August. The meet., f,:

first contact work last Monday. ner-up spot. fielder's choice, and Heft came under the direction of the Physical

Coach "Tuffy" Thompson issued helmet to his charges T. A Schauer and F. W. Silver through with another single, his Training and Welfare Department or"
\ will the cham- "
bring together
second in to load the
a row, sacks.
thorne walked off with the only
Monday afternoon and ran through light scrimmage, but pions of the inter-district meets, :_'
three firsts for the locals, with Then the Flier attack ended as the r
he started his Ant fullto held at various of the .
Wednesday< Schauer capturing two of them next two swatters were put out points globe
m scrimmages Servicemen May Enter He won the 100 meter breaststroke The Flier camp came to life in the past month. }

Thompson hopes to eut his bulky Jax Tennis Tourney in 1:15.5: : and came back ten minutes again in the next frame when two Every contestant in the meet
; later to first place hon- more tallies were chased across will be a champion in his own
squad down to 75 by the beginning cop
Deadline I Is Tomorrow ors in the 200 meter breast strokeIn the plate. George Dyak blastedout right, and many will be record
of next week, a far cry from 2:53. Silverthorne walked away a single and Shaw followedsuit holders.. Local entries[ will be J. E.

th 200 huskies who turned out for Ja.cklOnville'sennLs will this championships week-- with all honors in the diving championships with another base knock. Both McNally and F. -SHverthorne..

tto first practice two weeks ago. get service underway who by registering 200 points runners scored when Wells, the McNally copped a first place in the
end end personnel
,
Bluejacket's hurler threw wild to 1500 meter and 800 meter free
.
will toward his total score.L.
But th. Jax-Navy mentors wish to enter the court tournamentmay
G. Giggy of Jax-Navy placed third trying to catch Dyak and style events here a couple of weeks
still b well stocked with flashy do so by contacting Mr. Stew-
second to Silverthorne in the diving the ball went scooting into leftfield ago while Silverthorne was crown "
mMorial for, in addition to the art, local court ace and tennis pro, Ed Fiester captured fourth ed Inter-District three-meter div- ..
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at the Riverside Tennis Courts, or
player. !\Ow.more aM expected by phoning 7-6887. place in the 100 meter free-style Play Errorless Ball ing champ. ,

beer the week-Mid and the locals The entries for the championships event, and took third in the 150: The Fliers played air-tight ball Conferences are being held, Invitations toe
meter individual medley. In the throughout the game and not a are being sent out, prem
will then be at full strength. close tomorrow at 1800, and
400 meter freestyle race, H. Ort- releases are being dispatched to
miscue
wa chalked up in the Jax
rvetm will have to to
I At present, Lt Comdr. Thomp- NAS n hurry
land placed fifth, and Joe Popovichcame scoring column. Top-notch. backing newspapers throughout the nation, ,"
and fees in
.aoa to working with a baekfield get time.their For the names man's and women's on in sixth George Ripley was by the infielders and outergardenlads the pool ill being decorated and z'

<*HUHaUnff of Jack "Wahoo" Man- the fee is $1.50 and the only other Jax-Navy contestant proved to be the deciding fac- new programs are being printed ;;
,
singles entry
to place sixth in the 100 meter all to make this the most outstanding '
"Buzzer" Paul"Drka" tot In Shaw's and Chadwick's ef- ;
004, Johnny Hayes, for the men's doublet there i. a $3 :
backstroke. athletic event In the of
history
forts for a shut-out and no-hit
and either Aoe foe.
LaHullier
entry .
the stationThe
tilt. Fielding gems for the day
Woolbrtgbt or Joe Collins. I The matches will be staged at Bobby Doer of the Boston Red went to Zeke Zayac, Jerry Hosa- general public will be Invited

And though nothing ts definite the Riverside Tennis courts whichare Box has ruined two no-hit games flook, Ed Heft, and Frank Retrivi. as well as all military and

.4 Coach Harry Knlckelbine iswng of clay. They are among the for Bobby Feller of the Cleveland Retrivi's catch came on the final civilian personnel aboard the sta.

with end M. C. Harden, I finest state-wide courts tournaments in Florida, and ar*many held Indian -- -out' of the game and was a shoe tion.LAST .

Iil fob Meckoll. Harden was one on them. --
p t the mainstays of last year'ssad e TIME TOGETHER : .J

while Meckoll is a former' .1 f ... .
"f Jnaaeo4a, Texas Christian Uni- Soiiboll StorulSngs I
and Arizona State Teacher
rgtgttjr ..
NATIONAL LEAGUE ..
?"College pigskinner. Other ends Team W I.I I
Who have looked good in recent ,;+
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Metals DiVision t 1 I IM&in.slde .
pr< tiM 9 are Wilcox, Mellen, Eif- 1 _
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Dispensary
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CPO Club 3 1
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are plentiful NARTU 3 1 S il t""' '
atfn, Thomas Blom, Fish, Poon- r
Flag Unit :3 2 ,
fort, Sinka. Pratt Smith, and Ads T-7 Division 2 2 "S ".
&ra battling it out, and guards
NATS I :1: ,
like Jensen, Duncan, Watts, Swift, Boathouse 1 4 '

Parker, Vance, and Eiaon are of Plant Division 0 3 i )

high caliber Fire Department 0 tAMI'RIOAN
A. horde of centers Ud by Billy : '
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Re'nfrow are working out at pres- a :
Team W L
pnt, but the hard scrimmages will VO ATU N(). a t 0 : : 41 '

WOO out the beet. prospects.. Marines t l :1

A&R Personnel :3 2

Supply :3 2
Green Cove
Plays Today Inspection 2 2

In Baseball TournamentThe Operations Z 2 I IMainsida l

Personnel 2 2 ,
Green Cove Bullets will rep- VA ATU No. -1 1 4
resent the Seventh Naval District Naval Hospital 0 4 's .
fn. the Inter-District BaseballChampionships Parachute Loft 0 4OFFICERS'

now being held at J.F.t\GtJF.
Mason Field. The Bullets, coached Team W L .w .

by Chief Sam Gold, are slated to Instructors 8 Z ALL BASEBALL GLOVES, bats, balls, and uniforms have been put away until next season, but
rheet' the loser of yesterday's en. Student Pilots 1 2 we finally got all the members of the NAS Flier baseball team together for a picture. The Fliers fin.

counter between the Corpus Chris- Advanced Training Q 4NATTC ished the season with a brilliant (33-14( record They are (left to right) standing, Ed Guyton, Ken Werner A

tl Comets end the Great Lakes a-l Johnny Casey, "Ace" Woolbright, Ralph Lacotta, "Buzzer" Hayes, T. S. Ary, and Jack Seld-
ftluejackeU this afternoon at 1330 Doctors( t Ii with; (kneeling) Ralph Christy, Bud Burge, Wally Rages, Bill Crane, .Jim Daley, Chuck Herford.
6n the local diamond. 7th N. D. II 11) Dickla Dieudonne, and Johnny Sheffield The manager Is Eddie DeCore. :,
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