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Creation Date: August 28, 1947
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Vol. 5-No. 22 I l 2t3 August'9 7


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



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




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WI Take Off For West Coast' .


Finals By Plane TomorrowNAS

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Jax's crack varsity softball nine will leave for the

I West Coast this week-end to take part in the finals of thN

# All-Navy Softball Championships at Alameda, California
I2 f 1 he Fliers won the right to meet the Pearl Harbor winner

ity capturing: the semi-final round of the_All-Navy! last week
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as Captain Brady I;' Playing the tournament heads up ball, the throughout Filer.

Dies In AlaskaOf I have worked hard and long in

v IiP : gaining the finals, and the All-
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Heart AttackCaptain Navy is; a fitting reward for their
efforts. Ever since they copped
Anthony R. Brady. the Seventh Naval District title
Commanding Officer of NAS Jacksonville and followed it with the Inter-Din
/ t 'V from June, 1915. to June trict championship the local nine
; 1947, died of a heart attack in has practically been eating and
d the Army hospital at Adak. Alas sleeping softball.
ka, last Sunday. One of the most Coni-12 To B? tld,.t
,;, < popular skippers ever to commandthis The site of the tournament hen
:: activity, he had been confinedfor not been definitely established, but
I .. ..... > .. .. ., '.: the past month following a Com-12 on the West Coast will hoI
I 1,, y = w -, -. .WaV l" ... 'f.*:'..1\.1I \.., < -cerebral hemorrhage.The i the host. Alameda: has been namedas !

I -- -"-.-- ---,-' -- 'M'.-'., "' ... VVt .. entire station was sad- the likely choice, but there in a
dened when news of the Captain's slight possibility that bases at
death came early Monday. His San Francisco or Oakland might
Jf. easy friendly manner had won for land the job of handling the big!
him a host of friends, and his untimely event.
Ready Soon passing came as a shock 1 The Fliers are scheduled to meet
i despite awareness of his condition only one team in the finaii, tis)
RAPID PROGRESS is being I from the previous attack. The for- | winner of the Pearl Harbor semi.
made on the remodeling of Bldg. : mer C.O. was equally popular with final round. At present, the M' ln-
920 which will be the new homeof officers, enlisted personnel, and siders claim the title for every-
the VAS Post Office. Carpenters I the station's civilian employees, thing east of the Mississippi\ and
painters, electricians, and 'and his death will be a distinct that includes the Atlantic Fleet
plumbers are putting the finishing 1 loss to the naval service. I championship. By defeating the
touches on the structure andit Captain Braay left NAS on 2 USS Corsair last week at Nor
shouldn't be long before the ,! June 1947 after serving here since folk they were able to walk off
V VS 'S Post Office will be able to movem. 1 21 June 1945. Upon leaving he with these honors. The team will
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The building now occupiedby turned his command over to be given a handsome trophy for
1/ VV'S the Post Office is one of the Comdr. Paul E. Emrick Executive winning the semi-finals at the Vir-
few which were in existence be- Officer, until Captain Herbert S. ginia coast city.
tora construction on the stationwas Duckworth arrived in July. 18 To Make Trip
begun in 1939. It will be Capain Brady graduated from Eighteen men are slated to make
) taken over by the Station Library the Naval Academy in 1922 and the trip to California. The group
after alterations and remodeling for the past 25 years has been will be headed by Lt. Arthur
r projects are completed. connected with Naval Aviation.He Wachtel Mainside Welfare Offl-
is survived by his wife, the cer, who will have charge of the
I T 4. former Cora Louise Blount and i I j team. Lt. Wachtel also made the
I to Norfolk with the Fliers and
II I will trip <
I two children. Captain Brady
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'handled all the administrative du-
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'be buried in the National Cemeteryat
ties which confronted the local nine
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Kindergarten To Arlington, Vs.C'apl I while there.
RECORDS SHATTERED IN FIRST WORLD
ii-- I The other 17 include John Car
:. ter, Lin Chadwick, George Dyak
Open At Nursery WIDE ALL-NAVY SWIM CHAMPIONSHIPS 1 I :J John Ford, Ed Heft, RUSH Hoff-
meyer, Jerry Hosaflook, Bill Kehl,
On 8 September Leo Luquette Reggie Murphy, Ray-
I Seven pool records and four Florida State A.A.U. marks n SfJJ Oliver, Frank Palumbo, Vince Pod-

\ A kindergarten for children four were shattered last] week when the first World-Wide, All- I I I gurski. Doug Roberts, Frank Re-

and five years of age will open Navy Swimming: Meet was run off at the huge NAS-NATTC 1 I misdemeanors.Why be !guilty while of on'wie! liberty guy' I If i II' \ 'trivi, Daryl Shaw and John "Zelc Zayac.
a on 3 September at the NAS Nur- indoor pool on Thursday Friday, and Saturday.The f I that you would' have been'ashamed '' Shaw Will Chuck

ry, it was announced yesterday station played host to 7,500 swim fans over the I of as a civilian? Your Daryl "Dumpy" Shaw will carry
,-rd I the Navy Wives Club. Classes three-day span and the horde of enthusiasts: were not disappointed I I'civilian friend are proud of'' I the brunt of the pitching chorea
I,ill be held daily, Monday through .
and
!achievement final' and
I I )ourjU for the local nine in the ,
The cream or the rop in ---- -
0900 to 1200. "
Friday, from your uniform. Why aren't you? if he is as effective as he was nt
for the kindergarten Navy swimming swam their hearts of 1:02.1.: The 100 meter freestyleContinued : I
Registration I II i (Continued on Para 8))
I is now open and will continue out for first place honors. ; ( on Page 1)) ----------- --_-- -- -
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through 5: September, it was But of the 66 mermen who enter- -- -
I stated. Mothers desiring to place ed the competition only eleven ,FLYINGSTAnT' IIf

their children in the class were I were destined to walk away with + 'SJYF
urged to enroll as soon as possible.A first place medals.: Awards wen
full-time program of work and given to the first six places in every
play has been outlined to cultivate -I event, allowing almost ev,'t v'
the natural aptitudes of children swimmer at least one medal
attending the kindergarten. I Three men were awarded fireplace
Painting, cutting pasting, color- medals in two events. Johnny
I Ing, clay modeling phonetics II Higgins: though he suffered in-
reading, writing counting and first defeat in the local pool in th.
dramatization are among the educational 200 meter freestyle on Thursday:
I features to be offered. In night, came back on Friday an-1 I II
I addition, pre-music classes will beheld Saturday to take two events R M ,
twice weekly. I Gielow and R. Grabisch also lot I II
I The Nursery, m announcing the the field In two races.:
formation of the kindergarten, also -
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I Though no team trophy wn'
reminded that it would
1 patrons given. Group two, representing the
hours the
I through
keep regular West Coast, and Group three, made

I SV' .abor. Day holidays. up of winners from the Seventh,
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Eighth, and Ninth Naval Districts!' ,
1- \i eeli-end Fishing led the field with 53 points. And
though no high-point man was officially -
! Trips Inaugurated named, Johnny Higgins and

By Welfare Dept.For R. M. Gielow tied at 10 points
each,,
the first time in the history Upsets were plentiful, the two
of the station, the NAS Welfare most startling: coming in the 200 ,
'6--. Department will sponsor a week- and 100 meter free.itylea. R. Grab I
end fishing trip, it was announce*! isch of USNTC, San Diego touched -
Lt Arthur Wachtel, Welfan- out Higgiiia in the 200 meter S
by
TilE BEST ACTION picture of the entiro event an NAS Photo Lab photographer catches
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Officer early this week 1 I on Thursday night and then went I
the swimmers m mid-air as they dive rt'Oltthe starting platforms in the 300 meter Individual medleyjjjjjjnjjtojjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjOtjjjotjjjjjj2)
The trip, which will start tomor ou to win the 100 meter Saturday ,
(Continued on Page 8) night in the recordbreaking time (


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TilE MOST AMRITIOl 1'n'fl1G"EST ever st peo: at NAS lat'ksonMlle. begin its! demonstration i Centei I Adnura L>a\'tson presents a ftrst'.pllme<1al to

the All-Navy Swimming Championships! packet the huge indoor pool) here tOT three Johnny HJRgmlof Pensacola Pre-flight after Higgins won the 400 meter freestyle
straight nights' last week More than 7,500 spectators! saw the Navys crack swimmers in the' reeurd-breaking, time of 5::20.4. ( Center right ) Comedians with Pete Desjardm's

fight it _out for top honors in the brilliantly lit natatorIUm. Here, in pictures. are troupe from Miami go through a riotous routine in the water. ( Bottom left! Captain
pome of thf highlights;; of the affair < Top l left* Rear Admiral Ralph Davison'! shown William E. Centner Jr.. NAATC Training Director, awards Johnny Higgins another
here accompanied by his wife and daughter, was on hand to witness the event (Top medal for winning the 300 meter individual medley ( Bottom center) Captain I.. Y.
center) Lt. Paul King, meet manager, hands official badges to Comdi. John Miller, Mason, Com-7 Chief of Staff, awards a first place medal to R. M. Gielow who took
referee, Charlie Rr>f'O'f'r! !' starter, and Lt. Comdr. Eddie Herzog: scorer (Top right) first place in the 00 meter race ( Bottom right ) Captain Mason does the honors
A section of the jam-packed pool' showing spectators!' watching the races closely) again as he awards the winning medal to R. Grabisch of San Diego who copped the

.(Center )left) The Underwater Demolition Team paddles off in a rubber boat to 200 meter freestyle.
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Contests Will Feature later, the building reverberatedwith I (Procurement Office, NYC) ; Ingles, Miller, Giabischl\ ; f't'lnd-I 100 meter freestjle Won by H. ,

I' rapid explosions' which: sent sixth-R. R. Biechlin' (Guam). Commands j-g-9--IMcNalJy( Ort- I Grabisch i USNTC San Diego;|
Crews Dance Saturday
geysers of shimmering water to Time-5:20.4.: (New pool record). land, Martin, Higgins) ; third I H'ond-E. S. Wood ( Recruiting

Night At Mainside the rafters;. climaxing: the meet 300 meter backl'troke-Won by Comands 1-2-3-4 I iPfuhl, Fenger, Station, Brooklyn N. Y.) third-

A gala Labor Day festival dance The results!!: R. J. Tribble ( Honolulu ); second Houston, Wood ) : fourth ComSerx- J. A. Martin < Pent.acola Pry
will be held in the newlydecoratedand H. F. Patterson ( Quonset Point) ; Pac Hawaiian Inlands ( Mize, Emerson flight ) ; fourth-H. L. Mize (USS
refinished Mainside Auditorium 1500 meter fieestylewon' by R. third-C. Black ( San Diego' ) ; O'Connell, Youngquist) ; I Tucson CL398) ; fifth--V. Harrkti .
tins Saturday night, starting at I M. Gielow' i Camp Lejeune) ; sec- fourth-C. H. Brown (Corpus fifth--ComServLant Atlantic Fleet' I i USS Missouri BB63)) ; sixth.

2030. Music will be: by Roy Stoen- lld--G. Miller( San Diego) ; third Christi ) ; fifth -A. B. Hoag ( Procurement (Mara\es. Lee, Fessenden, HarI I "', E. Anderson ( Na\'SupCentef.
. r er and his orchestra, fresh from '-J. F. McNally (NAITC Jacksonville Office, NYC ) ; sixth- ris ) : sixth--ComServPac west of Guam )I. Time-1024.: ( New pool
a aeries of night club engagementsin ) > : fourth-C. A. Ross ( Procurement Hawaii Lundt Keller record). ,
D. E. Phelps ( Shanghai, China). ttorden Port -
Office, .) fifth--
New York City. I| : Time 1 101 ( New pool record) i. Time 10:Ii.7. ( New pool and I 300 meter individual medleywon ;
Two contests will be held and ) 'D. J. O'Connel ( Honolulu, Hawaii ) ; 200 meter breaststroke-Won by Florida State A.A.U. record) by J. H. Higgins ( i
sixth VH. Lundt ( Guam) Time
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the best' couple in the waltz and : T. A. Schaure ( Great Lakes'!) : second :- 800 meter freestyle-\\on by R. Pre-flight ) ; second -J. 4J't'lJft&C'O& '
-22:4P.2.: New Florida State A. _
Jitterbug competition will be ,I York M. Gielow ( ) second' USNAD lona
A,U. record I --P Kc pcha Flew( City ) ; Camp Lejeune : ( Island N. I ; ,f
awarded prizes; As usual, free ( third-J. W. Ganet (Tsingtomio. -G. Miller (USNTC San Diego: ) : -R. C. Slater (YBI San Fran, ..; "
2(0 meter fieestylewon by R.
c*>kes will be servedTHRKKI China) ; fourth.-C. H. Richards'' third--J. F. McNally I iNATTC co> : fourth R J. Tribble ( usa
i \ Grabisch'ond--J. d'SNTC H. Higgins San( Pensacola Diego) ; (San Diego) ; jfth-.A. E. Marvin I It Jacksonville ) : fourth -='C. A. Ross Chevalier DD805)) : fifth P. Kop

>A Y HOLIDAY OVERLABOR ( Honolulu ) ; sixth R McKee ( Procurement Office\ N Y.C. i : fifthD. cha DAY WF.J<;K.F.NU IIKIth I Pre-flight) ; third H. W. Mize (Ardmore Fa.i Time 2:59.4. -- Keller i Guam i : sixth -G Mc- ken ( Sqd-7, Guam )I. Time--4 ;225. t' ;
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I Honolulu, Hawaii) ; fourth --M I
Labor Day will be observed!' asa I 800 meter freestyle relay -Won i Kinzie (USS Sierra ADlfci\ Time New pool and Florida State A.A. I
Maia\es] ; i Norfolk, Va> ; fifth W.
this I
national by command
holiday by Commands 1112.13 ( Mahan, -11 ::39.7.> l' record >.
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and a three-dy week-end L. Houston ( Quonset Point, R. I.) ;
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.will be enjoyed by all except watch sixthD.. Keller (Guam), Time- l wAITING TO"SDIP UT-- It
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ntandere and maintenance hersrn-! .. .. ,,,,,.
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nel. 3 meter springboard diveWonby w., "" '.':'t '+' '
1 L StAuffer ( San Diego) ; wc- .. 0
ond-F. Silverthorne Cecil : .

Records Field ) : third -M. W. Searight I :" .
( Pniladelphia, Pa. ) ; fourthG.. D k

(t/ootinueO. frow Fage 1) Sanders Norfolk( Va ) ; fifth -J
favorite was Jack Martin, Pensa-' O. LeBlanc ( San FrancIsco I : sixth ; -, ,
cola Pre-flight star and former -A. A. Srhaferman ( Guam I

Ohio State swimmer Pints-177.66.
The meet was spiced' by a brilliant 300 meter medley relay Won by isr
and hilarious water chew, Hawaiian Islands (In. J. Tribble r
staged by Pete Desjardm Aqua- G. McKinzie. H. L. Mizei( ; second ire SS)},,

cad from Miami Beach Though Jacksonville < C. N. Brown T A

tile troupe has appeared here before (;haur.. J. A. Martin i : third San .
H C. Richards! C. Black, R
once again it scored a smash Diego (
Jilt with the *pe' tators. Grabisch ) ; 'ourth Norfolk. Va
Minus the services' of its usual (A. B. Hoag P. Kopcha. V Harris .

glarnonr girls, the comedy divers' ) ; fifth Third Naval District
1 NYC IH F. Patterson, R. R McKee .
and men> s'! water ballet stole the
the/ Their Rita kept the crowds E. S. Wood) ; sixth Guam l
kMighing: : at all times. I D. F;. Phillips, W. H. CarnlherB r i;
The finale of each night's show' I A. M. Row). Time3'43.New/) (
and Fla State A.A.U. re
was an exhibition by a Navy underwater pool

demolition squad! I'uwh ord). -- -_.._-_... -. -- .. _...__....._.__.m
off from the side of the poolIn 400 meters' freestyle Won byJ I -
Jnj an inflated lift raft, the men H, Higgins ( Pensacola' Preflight j IT LOOKEIJ LIMK T1II5} <))Id days around the p. ,-sornel; Office last Friday when a draft of 100 1

worked (tn almost total darkness ; i I. wcond Ft M Gielow men milled) around waiting to depart foi Cecil) Fielo' Tht group was transferred to Cect) for temporary ,
demolition chargesset ( Camp bejeunei" thud G Miller duty in eormeition:: with the maintenance fit planes and upkeep of equipment there It certainly
They planted I
off the fuses, and then swam! I < San Diego I fourth H L Ml/.e bivught back: memories to sec those sea bags piled! up outsidt lihlg 054 There tla.m't been that largean t

elf at full epeed A few eecotwls Honolulu I fifth C A toss exodus since lenx>biliation'Page OJ


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iREDUCnON-INWCE '-, ,_ : ,: .._ _- -_- .- ; -;, :. ;" 14i'. "
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'CIVILIAN II I 7 'L I

OUTLINED FOR EMPLOYEESAn J

understanding: of the operation of reduction-in-force

l I.as become a must for all station cIvilian employees as separations AflUSE [NIS '/

increase in tempo to bring NAS down to a normal -

K .V. Clilpparonl. AOIM peacetime complement. '" 1 _

THE EDITORIAL PAGE I Rules and regulations governing reductlqn-in-force are I

don't believe the absence of this contained_ in the Navy Civilian Personnel Insiiucttons 170
column last week made anyone i NCPI 1701 I. Congress, In estab- ------ -- -. _- -----
Very mad or irked that their favor- in which
lishing a procedure for the separation employees Vul compete
ite columnist was not on the job of employees of government with each other for jobs
(which is eggzackley what happened agencies not needed in peacetime Then, too. for retention pWposes, I
!I. Laziness and social activities operation, decided that four factors you could not have a stenographer
took over in place of the job' would govern the order of competing with a machinist.
of getting together a column. However '! levels
separation. These factors are ((1) Therefore competitive are
this much did go on (41 knowit the nature of your appointmentI established in which persons doing MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
did, because I was there) I, I permanent, war service or tem- the same kind of work of the same
On Monday 18 August elections }, porary! : 121( > whether or not you degree of difficulty compete with OVI"Wt."t'kdaI1SeJ, and JOOO; w_k- Md -l430 sad 2000.THURSDAY ( .
were held at the club and the new (3) the each other
have veteran preference: < >
regime the guys were yapping for length of your government service; After a competitive level is determined "INTERNATIONAL LADY" with George Brent.
was put Into of flee. Your new president and ((4 I your efficiency rating the employees: of that FRIDAY
is now Malone. CEM, from In establishing retention regis- level are then divided into three "ARSENIC AND OLD LACE" starring Cary Grant

NATTC vice president is Robert- ters, geography plays an important groups, A. B and C. The A group SATURDAY
son, ACOM with Miss Wilma part too That I is. a plumber at consists of permanent employees, DANCE Roy Stoenner and his band Starts at 2030.
Boehm remaining as 1 the treasurer Mate Island. California could notcompt'te B group includes employees with SUNDAY
I Th new board of Governors was "SLAVE GIRL." featuring George Brent.
1 I j with a plumber in New- time limitations i much as war serv-
i elected after quite a lot of horseplay port. Rhode Island, Therefore ice or temporary indefinite t but MONDAY
t ., furnished by the comedians competitive areas are establishedten not specifically limited to one yearor "SOMETHING IN THE WIND." starring Deanna' Durto.n..
of the electoral group Stanton and less. and the C group contains TUESDAY AND WB.UNKSDAY
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Hook Wagner, whose antics had to the winners with their employees with appointments limited "FUN AND FANCY ]FREE" with Edgar Bergen
aU hands in the throes of laughter of "BINGO1"! and then add, I'I'shoul's to one year or less and also THUK.SU Y
for some time. The new board now rather mischievously "Single non-citizens. "SON OF RUSTY" featuring Ted {).,naJd8tR.

consists of Peirce, CCS Jackson, Man" or "Married Man" as the I Groups within a competitive lev-
ACME Sgt. Major Allifi. Kreyso- case may be, just to add to the el are divided into four subgroups, JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUMShows
wiak, ACM Jones, W. W., CMM, good natured ribbing; of the winners I 1, 2, A, and 4. In determining the
Quinn, ACEM. and Basle CBM. start at t.,.$ .
subgroup an employee is to i bein
We hope that the new officers I THURSDAY AND *KID AY
HERE AND THERE It several factors are taken into "
will g-o into their duties with as' seems as tho it only happens tot I i consideration, That is. a veteran "CROSSFIRE. starring Robert" Young!
much vigor as possible, and that guys who don't care like frin- : with an efficiency rating of goodor SATURDAY
they serve !so well that the old "SON OF RUSTY featuring Ted Donaldson.
cry stance Frank Saba CQM sitting I better is in subgroup 1: a non-
of "(;t's have a new regime" maybe in the club with five gals (all vetetdit with an efficiency rating of SUNDAY"
forgotten from now on. However "ARSENIC AND OLD LACE with Cary Grant.
bootifuh and him complaining good or better is in subgroup 2; a
don't expect a change over- Barbara Deyer biting Bill veteran with an efficiency rating "MONDAY AND TUK8DAY
night like most of the people i "SLAVE GIRL, starring George BrentWKDNKSDtY .
. Shanley, CAP. where she shouldn'tJanotice of lead than good is in subgroup
around here dl). 'cause it can't be the fancy cigg holderson ::1: and a non-veteran with an ef- : "
j dOn It usually takes a couple of some of our wimmin these ficiency testing of leas than good "SOMETHING! IN THE WIND, featuring Deanna Durhin.

j months to really see a change so I II days Si Simons and P. K. : us in subgroup 4. There U a special THURSDAY"
r give the guys a break and don't 'I "FUN AND FANCY FREE with Edgar Bergen
Ghoul drinking the proverbial eggs subgroup In group A. 1-plus which
I breathe down their necks unless in their beer good, too) If I contains the names of permanent
I it's warranted To outgoing President you have a sense of humor you'll employees returning from militaryor I OTHER EVENTS
Rei Owens let's give him a left at the peepul trying to get salt merchant marine furlough( This I
"Well Done for a job well done. out of a salt shaker on a veddy''' subgroup I is established in BINGO PARTY-Ev cy Wednesday at 200O at Th Anchorage.
While on the subject of a turnoverin veddy damp clay. Of cose you ance with the existing accord-j MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 4, Bldg. 913, open' 12002400.
p- u.mnel. I would like to add should do it unobserved! You provides for a one-year retentionin i Club meets at 1900 Wednesdays.
that starting next week this col- can have a good time any time *> a position! that a returning vet- MODEL RACK!: 'AK CLUB-Room 3. Bldg. 913. Meets at 1009
umn will be written bv Kline, CCS "the ole boozer tole me as he downed eran or merchant mariner left to I, FridaysPHOIOGRAPIIY.
To those of you who have put up another beer. For him the world enter the service or marine duty CLUBRoom: 5, Bldg. !913. Meet at 1630
with this drivel for a while let me is always a bed of roses, he being l After completion of this one year, Thursdays. y
3y that your headaches ate over. a fun-loving rover boy Hear employees! in this subgroup automatically I 1 BOWI.ING-Slx alleys located in }(inside, Recreation, Building
No J. all week from 1630 to :21 JO.
Wltat to do the into I Alleys open
ou a rainy Tuesday guys complaining about the move group A. ,
night The weekly Bingo gameson lip-joint called the Windmill Sup- An employee's position in the BOXING For information regarding workouts contact LtouL
Tuesdays have plenty to offer pei Club Not only do they chargefor subgroups is determined by his retention -I Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to MainaideMat after

,. in the realm of fun and excitement corkage but the ice alone sells credits, To compute the retention : 1500.
I for the whole family, especiallywhen for one buck a bowl A small I credits one point is given MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
all you need is one more one at that Well that is that forth for each full year of creditable government the South wing of Building No. 955, U: open to NAS personnel and
number! for that good ole Bingo !.} week kiddies and thanx for service, rive points for an" their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding recep
t J Its fun to just sit around and lis- putting up wid me CHIPS. excellent rating three, points for' Lions by arrangement with Welfare Officer Combination radlo-pho
--- - __ __ __u__ ___ __ a very good: rating and one point nograph available for use of all hands.
for a good: efficiency rating LIBRARY-Located on second deck of Mainaid Recreation Building
When it is determined that a No. 3, Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday Saturday
department has a surplus of employees from 1100 to 1630 Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
in particular level a retention !- SWIMMING-i outdoor pools) Daily Monday through Saturday*
register is set up and the 0600 to 1900: Sunday -1200 to 1900
layoff is made from the bottom of GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun
4 I II the list First to go are all em- day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf Howe. Bathing
I ployees in C-4, then C-3, then C-2. trunks prohibited on Golf Course
and etc. The last employees to be l'IIOlt-\.Gt-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with libertycards
reached are those employees in A-l and uniform of the day), 17 JO to 2300. Located south of Macon
plus. I I Field
9a A When a lay-off is made. It may TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training
I involve other competitive levels as Building No. 72t,
I i some employees have special rightsto AHl'UtRY-Club, located in Bldg. 399. open daily from 1800
other jobs for which they are to 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
qualified if those positions are be- Everyone welcome.

.- ,"" "." ing held by employees in a lower URStnY-Sponsore by the Navy Wives Club in Bid*, 110L
0. .n16R1.ti+. retention group. While an A-l plus Hours: Monday through Friday0700 to 2100; Saturday--0700 to
w ww s 0s employee cannot be separated except 0100 Sunday morning Rates: Hourly--25 cents for one child; 10 cents
for unsatisfactory work or tot each additional child; Card-(7 for one child; $:2 for each addi-
misconduct for one year after re- I tional child: Daily (for working mothers)-$1 from 0700 to 1800.
turn to duty, it sometimes beI I -- -- -- -- - "--- -- ------ --- --
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some necessary other to naval offer establishment.him a job in \ Weekend Fishing ,: Navy Crash Boat

An employee in A-l. reached! for
I I"o reduction cannot be separated if ({to4ttinii from Page 1) i And Planes Aid In
there is some other position at the
row at 1730 and come to an end
a. tivitv for which he is qualified Search For Cruiser
and which is held by an employee either Sunday or Monday, is to the -

. \ m a lower retention group. Other Homosassa River on the Gulf of The Navy once again this week
employees in the A group cannotbe Mexico. Transportation cabins.
>a ,A1 lent its assistance in a search fora
9 1
separated if there are positions cooking utensils, boats and fishing
pleasure cruiser, and the
missing
[or which they are qualified held
employees in groups B or C tackle is being arranged by the passengers"' may well owe their

The only other group of employees Welfare) Department. lives, to the Navy quick action
entitled to "bumping"rights The all-inclusive charge is $10
A of seekers left
j are those in B-l. and they and for those desiring to stay overLabor party pleasure
: V ,'Y" 'Y r L can only displace persons in B-2. Day an additional $3.00 will Mayport on Sunday for a 'day on
B-3.., B-i, and all the C subgroups be charged the, ocean and, when the anchor
I In the next rrtee of the Jug Ar"wt All reservations and depositsmust tore loose from the line, they triedto
__ ____m_________ ____'..__'_ \ will appeal it list of qu .itb.ithoiv I be made at the Welfare Of- ,
start the engine for the runback
WK; WKRK; C.OINC to brIng you another bathing beauty this and unto'rt. These gavstton.t are I tk-f in the Mamside Recreation to Mayport But the motor
, week but when we saw Jams Paige in this outfit we discarded all utked most frequently by | Bldg before 1500 today Couples just wouldn come to life and they
the ethers in swim suits! Anyway It's a beach scene, and that all employ' b't*-j are: invited, and there are only a were left drifting helplessly When
the "x,use we needed: i The shipwreck line forms to the right boys) I dm'ttt>*-W'foni>>, I limited number of reservations the raft failed to put in that nightan
-- --
air-sea search was begun
r STALEMATE YII :''dJ.n..S- Inflated: Ego As darkness was falling Monday,
a Navy search plane believed it
had spotted the disabled crul'f,
but visibility was fading rapidlyand
nothing.. more could be done.
Early Tuesday, however Navy
planes again took up the search
f -i r A !and they spotted[ th eboat just 8it
.. 6'eh An ,>il tanker took it in tow. A Navy
J ilV ,Ftld ,rash boat was dispatched to thonene
and it picked up the cruiser
.. 1 arid its occupants !at the St Johns
lightship When the crash boat
put them ashore at the Mayport
".; ''a.st Guard station, all survivors
seemed none the worse for their
ideal at sea.
Lt. Harold Stang, assistant". Op. .
I erationa Officer, co-ordinated the
Navy's participation in the uearth.I .-



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Page..Foui, JAX AIR NEWS .2$ August 1947S' ,

ITS> A TOUGH LIFE: By Sleeves

t J Navy Wives ClubThe I, --
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/r
( 1jwy
;i Editorial Office Navy Wives Club has announced a _

I .!. f44mth. Wing, Loner Deck, Uld{, 934)) new membership drive to interest a .l larger \\ '= \N

Telephone Extension 8184 number of Navy wives in their activities..

Arthur M. Greene Editor Recently, their ranks have been depleted as \

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the women departed with their transferred hus ,
U. S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida and
printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at I I bands. With but 25 active members, club of- I -,.. II a
no expense to the government and in compliance ficials feel that their commitments and future -
with SecNav Circular Letter 4 -1918 dated 12 December -
1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat projects are endangered and may be
the Naval Air Station the Naval Air Technical incapable of fulfillment.

Training Air Advanced Center Training, the Headquarters Command Headquarters of the Naval ot Many worthwhile undertakings have been ; :; 1T

the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air sponsored by the group in its short history. i -

Station Cecil. Field, the Naval: Air Gunnery. Range Less than_ a year_ old! it has organized -and: -
And the U. S. Naval Hospital.Rear I placed in operation the Nursery, it donates

Commandant Admiral, Seventh Ralph Naval DaTleon District magazines to the Naval Hospital, collects
Cblef of Naval Air Advanced Training clothes for overseas shipments, and l lends aid

and assistance to families. Such proj-
CajptaJn Herbert) S. Duckworth. USN. Commanding Navy
Jacksonville Naval Air Station ects are worthy of the utmost support, and

Captain Jules F. Schumacher USN, Commanding we hope that many more wives will join their
Naval Air Technical Training Center! ranks to make the program possible.At .

Captain S. M. Shnar (MO), USN, Commanding. present, the club is endeavoring to in-
U. a. Naval Hospital
sure the Nursery's financial solvency by run
Captain F. W. Priest man, USNH. Commanding
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit ning a weekly Bingo party at NATTC's Snug
Harbor on Thursdays and doing a good deal
Lt. Col. T. C. Moore, Jr.. USMC Commanding
Marine Barrack of the sewing for it. _

Lt. Comdr. Neil Avery USN. Oln0Naval Meetings are neld on the first and third .... t&vM
Air Gunnery Rang Thursday of each month at the CPO Club, --f:; : -

Captain C. S. Cooper, USN CommandingNaval Bldg. 701, at 1400. Make it a point to be at I. look at that Mm" come, up for mu"tH.a right on timewith
Air Station, Cecil Field ''
: Auxiliary : the rian-of-the-Day, too:
the next one and lend your support to this

Capt.Marine Alexander Aviation M. Detachment Heern USMC organization. Get in touch with President Large room with private bath
"' Esther R. Wise at 1234A Hancock Street, plenty of closet space.!' Near
The JAX AIR NEWS receives Ship' Editorial Association ma- Commercial Edgewood business district. $10
teriul. Republication of credited: matter prohibited without NAS, or phone ext. 391. Remember the club week. 4604 Crescent Street.
permission) of SEA: Washington 25, D. 0. Republication of any per
needs all the it
other matter except by service publications i I. prohibited help can get. BulletinBulletins Phone 2-8945 or ext. 8222, Ber-
without permission of Editor, JAX AIR NEWS. I -*- nard L. Michel.
will be accepted until Room with twin beds. Venetian
space has been filled, but not later blinds, next to bath, hot water
Navy Relief SocietyFor than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 8230. 10 minutes from downtown. Men
FOR. KENT only, must be sober and quiet.
hjT iniNe 1018 Barrs. Mrs. Rogers Phone
Electrolux vacuum cleaner never
Relief 74520.
many years the Navy Society, Underwood standard
used, $70;
under the banner of "the Navy helps its -: s ondVieuxaLf romSatiorvPUTTING typewriter, good condition, $25; Will NAS share bus home line.with Phone couple.20923.Near

own", has been lending assistance to mem- folding metal cot with mattress, Mrs. Griffith.
$5. R. J. Brown, 1273 Cumbzer-
bers of the naval service. With little or no ., land Road.Dropleaf II Room take with infant.kitchen Riverside.privileges.Phone Will 2-

fanfare, this organization has been of in- kitchen table. Alice 0051, Mrs. Driver.
I Carr Phone 8-1994. Large bedroom in private home.
calculable assistance to personnel in all kindsof
THE WORLD TOGETHER ,
1935 Ford business coupe. Rebuilt Every convenience home privileges -
I
emergencies. Although its work has been engine, four new tires, clean, I some cooking desired 1
that it i A father was supposed to take care of body in good condition. Reason- block from NAS bus line and 2
does it
invaluable so quietly operate
I his boy for the evening while mother went able price. Chief Powell 1131A city lines. Phone 2-1512, Mrs
.1- is only heard of once a 'ear-when it is con- i to a bridge party. He settled down under the Alleghany, NAS. I H. Boggs.WANTED

ducting its annual drive for funds. floor lamp with his slippers, pipe, and the 1934 DeSoto sedan, good transportation Furnished
house
The work of the society expanded tre- I evening paper-in a bit of a grumpy mood $175.with Also box double and bed convenient to NAS.or apartment From now

mendously during the war when more than after a hard day at work (some men have a mattress complete in good condition springs, $50; until Feb. 1949. References fur-
den-others )just growl all over the place I 1) high chair, $::5. 3538A Craven St., nished. Ens.. John I* Charke,
three and one-half million persons were on His boy came alongside of him and startedto Dewey Park, Rapanick. Jr., Bldg. 713, Room 247, ext.

duty in the Navy. That work is still goingon. ply him with question's: "Why this" and Officer's uniforms, includes set of Steamer 424. trunk. Phone 22473. Lwenski. -

The local auxiliary has, at present, approximately "Why that" (a growing boy is a walking blues, three sets of whites, set .

1,500 outstanding loans totaling question mark, a human interrogation pointhe of size greens 38; tan, two officer's sets of overcoat khakis, Passenger to share expenses and
around Last month of can ask more questions in ten minutes and driving vicinity of Lakehurl't.N. !' ,
$58,000. an average cap covers overseas caps. 'I J., on 31 August. Rain, ext.
ten loans were made each working day. than a university faculty can .answer in a Will sell separate or to highest. 237.
\ /*?*.rf\T-\i'v\fitfM* n itr n ITit th ft\Hfi bidder. Phone 2-8012, Arthur W.
To insure that the services offered by the year} ULV1-'UI ui a way uui, e "u1'la' Play pen, must be in fair thape.
spied on the part of the evening paper lyingon Stanwood. i J. J. Yurasits, ext. 719.
Navy Relief Society are equally available to Mercury II, 35 mm camera, $65. Good used car, late model Mrs.
all hands, it is imperative that these servicesare the floor a full-page map of the world Good condition. Bagger, person-I Gray, Phone 2-6132.
known and understood by all Primarily, showing some of the boundary changes. In a nel Office Mainside LOST

the society exists to assist naval personneland lash! of inspiration the dad took and tore that ext. 8383.Twopiece Fairly new DeloKingchild's. tri
living room suite, baby
their with of sheet of paper into little bits (you may think cycle. Maroon, cream stripes\
dependents problems near- crib with sliding sides high
fender on front wheel and rubber .
that is where the jig-saw puzzle started but
ly every nature, whether financial aid is need- chair, forged aluminum chicken hand grips. Lost near Yuar-
asert that it began when a Scotchmanlost skillet. J. B. 1212A Hancock I
ed or not. Among the services performedare many Quinn ters 11, on 11 August. Reward.Please
a five dollar bill in a sausage grinder). St., NAS. call Mrs. Hedvick, ext.
recommending special making con-
pay, Kitchen set, girl's full-size bicycle,
the father handed these bits
627.
Anyway, paper
tacts with doctors and dentists helping fam-
coil &
springs mattress. Brobst,
I Nurse's pin. Please call ext. 368,
and said "You're
to his boy : taking geog-
ilies in budget planning, and giving infor- 3111B Barr St., Dewey Park. Mrs. Morgan.
mation on travel costs, emergency maternity, raphy in school now, aren't you ? All right, 1946 Harley-Davidson, 740.H.V. --- ... --
let's see you put the world together." Excellent condition. $695. Bed-
Navy dependents' hospitals, housing, and I ford, NATTC, Bks. 51. Civilian Clothes Will
In short time dad heard
other items. a a triumphantyell Black cloth coat with silver fox Be Permitted TonightAt
. r Financial assistance is granted in emergencies from the next room. Then in came the collar like new, size 12. $65.
i lad carrying on a cardboard the whole world I 1215A Hancock St.., NAS. Bobby Anchorage DanceIn
where a man is subjected, through
O'Choa. answer to numerous requests
4 no fault of his own, to heavier expense than put together-everything right in place. Antique Ingram eight-day mantel from enlisted personnel to be pei-

he can bear. This aid may be in the form of The father's jaw dropped-then, trying to clock, mahogany case, chimes mitted to wear civilian clothes at
regain his he said : "Well son every half hour, in perfect I station dances when escortirjL.
a loan, gratuity, or combination of both, to composure, running I
condition, $25. Lt. Michael, I guests, the idea will be given a twll
well done. After all
that's '
mighty you're oJ
a
,
funeral of imme- *
cover hospital or expenses Bldg. 521, ext. 311. out tonight at the Anchorage. ,..
diate dependents, emergency leave, sudden chip off the old block and when I was your Mouton fur coat size 11. Excel- I. Enlisted personnel escorting
transfer, and where missing pay accounts or age I was nobody's fool, either-but this is lent conition. Phone 2-8012. Ar- guests, and in proper civilian attire -
delay,in the recipt of a family allotment has too much for me ; how could you do it ? thur W. Stanwood. will be admitted to the An-
chorage, where dance is scheduled -
Bedroom suite a
created need of Whereupon the lad said : "Look here dad" with Innerspring
an urgent temporary money ; mattress and box springs, folding tonight, upon presentation of
which the serviceman will be able and glad and flipped the whole thing over, and thereon couch, unmatched chair, radio I.D. and Liberty cards. But the
to repay at a later and more convenient date. the other side was the full-page pictureof table with record compartment guests can not be other enlisted
in baseball uniform-a star standingash tray. Ext. personnel of the same sex, it was
Another form of assistance offered by the a young man a I 8231. pointed out.

society is a "convenience" loan. This includes pitcher who had just been secured to bolsterthe Bay crib Pippin., large, with innerspring Tho order permitting the wear-
transportation of dependents to a man's duty team of that city. Then the boy said : "I matress, excellent condition; Ing of civvies at the Anchorage
station if he has secured housing for them, didn't bother to put the world togetherIjust I maple three-quarter size bed dance tonight should in no way
put the young baseball pitcher together with innerspring mattress, fair be construed as permitting them at
or back to their homes if he has found it im- condition. See at 3818A Norman Ship's Service, at the movies, or
possible for medical or financial reasons to I St., Dewey Park. Chief Haralson. anywhere else around the station.
keep them with him. This category also covers We smile a bit at this story, but at the Furnished or unfurnished house. The abuse of the privilege of wearing -

; an advance of initial rent to men as- same time we recognize here a profound Pre-war frame with excellent civilian clothes under existing
regulations will result in cancel-
equipment and furniture. Furnished -
signed station housing without previous notice truth.Is.
lation of the
$7,550, unfurnished, $6- privilege it was em-
and may be extended to include purchaseof not the chaos in the world a reflection, 150. Phone 5-0501, for appointment phasized.
furniture for use in naval housing, although a mirror of the confusion in the soul of mod- to inspect. Mr. Worecroft,

the general rule is against assistance ern youth? Ultimately, the only way to put 600x16 4632 Shelby tire in Ave. I

with purchases of any kind. the world together again is to integrate the $5; two 3-months-old good condition tubes $3 for;

Other services embrace small health and lives of our young men and women arounda car battery, $5. 616 College St. !

comfort loans to transients and gratuity payment master purpose or passion outside of them- FOIl RENT At the Station hapel., B .. -

of the hospital bills of dependents of selves-namely, Jesus Christ. Give us a generation Large room with kitchen privil- i I Reid and Pr.Muitin( .(ajit Avenue
r personnel in the brig. of youth who seek first the Kingdomof eges. Phone 7-7959, Mrs. G. L. 0 30-NATTC Service -Ch platn A.0.10154enerl ).
God and His highteousness-who with Loggina, 2056: Dellwood Ave.
While individual cases are decided on say Front bedroom with kitchen i l Worship Service-Chaplain
their merits, in general, financial assistanceis the Apostle Paul: "To me to live is Christ !1" ileges in private home Near priv- I{. L.Cath.lle Murpby.

NOT given marriages, legal fees, purchases -and we will bind up the wounds of the NAB. Prefer young lady. Phone OTOO-M.0000-Mast...
world-mend the broken pieces-put it together 81938. Mrs. J. B. Anderson. .
annual leave, automobile expenses, or 1100-Mao.
Four-room In
cottage Orange Park An Outdoor Norierj for small children
i payment of old debts except medical] ex- again. until 1 October Phone Orange U m*JnUJn 4 betweenAd $9110
penses. Chaplain Arthur C. :Boyer. Fart; 2651, W Thomas Walker 1200. -



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28 Augdst-1947. CIVILIAN .,. JAX'' AIR 'NEWS NEWS Page Fiv* '

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SAVES TIMS AND LABOR 1 '}
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.. Industrial Relations Is
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'7c;: ::: -i
.<" .'>: ....h':". SP LyQSALUES
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'r I
;tl I, f Speeding Plans To. Give NAS /I


t j'I.. x I. Employees Classified Status j'

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S S S I All employees in ungraded positions without a classified .

NEWCOMER: Control Group I status at NAS Jacksonville are being given every opportunityto
welcomes its
officer-in-charge
new ,
1 Lt. Cbmdr. W. L. Thorpe, Jr., who acquire such a status, the Industrial Relations Department I
I is replacing Lt. Comdr. O. W. Lei- I declared yesterday.Out .

IJ i I :i del, Jr., now in Puerto Rico. Originally of a total of 77 ungraded positions in which exams

y.. I from Georgia, his family (had to be announced, 61 examinations have been conducted
I moved to Florida and he attended _,___ _.
here since September: 1916, me --- ----
!
set 5ol in Gainesville. Before
:' S [ en-
: ., i the Naval he studied department stated. At that time
'? .55. tering Academy approximately 3,500 employeeswere INSIDE
at the University in 34 and
: in these positions with eithera
: / s r k SS '35 He finished in 1940 and was
.. war service or temporary ap PUBLIC WORKS
"" : shipped to sea for a six and one-
I pointment.From .
i\ half year tour of duty in the Pa-
: o. the 61 exams already con- Mary Rodgers, Maintenance, reports -
r I cific. He saw action on such battleships I
2 _. yS i| as the TENNESSEE and ducted, 37 registers have been established -I that no world-ahatttring
; "i the NEW JERSEY, and completedhis Persons filing in these events occurred this week in hr
:: stint the staff of Cru- examinations nave been notified
!. I sea on divisIon-no new marriages, babies -
and certification from these registers -
Dlv 13, as Aide and Flag Lieutenant. -
His last assignment just prior has been and is being made, fires, fights, or fishing par-
I to his Jax transfer was to the Sup- it was reported.To ties. Mary does say that she lost "r
I ply Corps School at Bayonne, N. J. speed the work, and to make her (Malone (whar's thafj Flori
The new OinC brought with him possible the grading of such large I da, class-ring and anyone return-
x n". I his wife and their two children, numbers of examination papers, I ling it will be rewarded with a
4 w Billy and Janet, ages 4 and 2 re the Board of U. S. Civil Service I dash of Pink Lightning. (That
I spectively. The housing situation I II Examiners staff assigned to this j lipstick, son). Geff Miming:, Mary
I being what it still is, Mr. Thorpe task has been augmented by three reports, bought a new Plymouth] -
k advised that he is certainly open I clerk-typists and six additional powder blue, no less. and eo what
for any suggestions or leads for raters from the Assembly and Re- ( happens? Right! His wife tags the
I' obtaining a house and pair Department. Employees can I keys, You may as well buy your-
for rent or sale. It's a fUrnitUre'j further expedite the work by I 1 self a -and-polish outfit, Geft,
welcome him to the promptly returning all queries in it's coming. Tony Waites aquaplaned -
EXCLUSIVE: In' an interview complete detail. Sunday and can hardly
with your reporter, Jack Sharp, Few employees realize the pre- i move around, his pals say. J, C.
the Administrative Officer, said, paratory work involved in giving Sumter, Carpenter Shop is en-
We have known since the end of employees: a classified status, the I joying a two-week Naval Reserve
l the war with Japan that this sta- Board pointed out. Here are the cruise to Cuba where everything's
tion would eventually be reducedto major steps in the process: i hot while Tommy Gilbert Electric
a nprmal peace-time basis. 1. The qualifications requiredfor I j Shop, is enjoying i ? ) a two-week
I Whether the plans now proposed I the positions must be determined I workout with the United States
I involve more or less than might Marines in dear old Cherry Point,
have been expected as the ultimate 2. A draft of the exams must or as the boys call it-Crabappl
; & peacetime activity is a matter I be prepared ana forwarded to the [Corners. Jennie Kopec reports from
:
&.* s ,, '" .,,,..., !. which is subject to some conjec- Regional Director, 5th U. S. Civil I I Transportation that Louise Bragg
: ', ture. We had all hoped, of course, Service Region, for approval) is spending next week in Pulaikl
-- that A&R would be retained at full I 3. After Georgia, sho nuff. Where the can
approval, announ'ement -
PLENTY OF MAN HOURS AND BACK-breaklng labor is saved strength as a Class "A" activity. I of the exam Is made here. run through the cotton fields bare-
carrier to handle the movement of lumber There is no indication that there 4. footed and sip mint juleps in the
here by the use of a Ross Applications are accepted.
from the Supply Department's lumber yard to various constructionjobs are any plans whatever for closing I 5. Each application must be evenIng' while the crickets: chirp
and shops around NAS. The ingenious machine does in a II the station, and it appears that thoroughly checked. "Dixie" and the ol' hounddawgjust
matter of minutes what formerly would have taken a number of other station departments will retain 6. Letters of inquiry must b.* cusses his fleas because he's:
men a couple of hours. In the top photo, an operator drives the I as many personnel as the as- mailed to references. too too dang lazy to scratch. "Pas .
signed workload will justify I the biscuits, }on randy!" Transportation -
empty carrier towards a stack of lumber. Bottom photo) A mom 7. Applications must be rated.
ent later loaded to capacity, the 'carrier backs off ready to deliver I think it is much to early for any- 8. Registers must then h* established. also reports that J B.
another load to its destination.j'lnjjr" one to consider the matter a closed Pearce, chauffeur, is going to
I issue." 9. Employees notified. Lulu, Florida, to get married. Can

I RAMBLINGS: Neglected to 10. .Certification made from registers you think of a better place ?
mention last week that Lindsay I And that rounds up the Public
7 E&2&6f | Cameron was the Mess Sergeantfor -- Works news this week except for
+ the "guards" a couple of weeks Shop here about two years paid a a laugh on two of the wise boys
I = ago. In July, Fred Lowe spent two visit to the department last week. I in the Administration Building
:;: _; AROUND A&AW" I weeks on this base as a sailor for He is touring naval bases throughout I who rushed out and bought a copy
- his summer reserve training duty, the U. $. and is stationed at I of the current chain letter that's
Engineering DIvb ion--By Fred 1\ and Gordon Reedy is doing the I Coco Solo, Canal Zone I circulating and then found out
E. Clyne-If anyone is wondering same thing now. Dick Nadeau left I Clem Boat- that everyone else on the station
why Walt Welsch gets into the croakers, and red bass. We know 'I yesterday for five days military right will leave the station todayto already had one.
news $o much, it's probably be- you had a lot of fun catching all duty at Jax Municipal No. 1, during i study voice full-time with the | One more thing-we are going
cause he gets around more to get those fish, Mary. If any of you peo- which time he and his crew Jaxmuzicollege Camera fiends: to burn a candle for the: Lesign
Into other people's business. Did you ple want some fishing tips, just I will take a plane to Cleveland for Margaret Pomeroy in the South and Engr. Dh'isions-they must te
ever notice how lumpy his nose see our gal. the races there Chief GeorgeA. area, Ken King and George Schra- II I defunct because no news vas) ; received
is? lIe was one of the official The coffee messes are doing I Floyd, who was with the Print der Schrader runs his wife from them.
starters at the "All-Navy Swim I very well, as there's nothing like out of the kitchen every night I t
Meet" here on the station. More a cup in the mid-morning and aft I are just lucky and don't know which he turns into a darkroomfor
power to you, Walt. ernoon, especially on the job. tie his camera work. The other InspectingThe
The romances, side glances and Looking across the way, we see I Joe Phillips jumped into his I night he went over to A. C. Si-
gestures have sure been running people galore waiting in line to boss' shoes the other day. He says mon's house to experiment on
fast and deep in A&R the last few have their chests X-rayed. It's a I that they are size 12. I wonder if I some enlargements. Between experiments -
months. Walking through the divi- marvelous thing and we know ev- he got a whistle with them? they practiced becomingMen Inspectors
sions, one is apt to hear: "Ah, eryone will take advantage of this I Ray Kennedy is out on vacationfor of Distinction and the en-
shucks, too bad, I'm married;" "I opportunity.: largements got bigger and bigger.
wonder what night her husbandhas Charlotte Fitzmaurice is now I a while now. Are you taking it I' Earnice Hodges became the lly HELEN RURNETTE
at the
convenience ?
duty?" "I'm gonna tell my working in station 1002, and she's Structures Navy's Ray proud papa of Julia Allen, 6 Ibs I 'Twas "Happv Birthday' for two
La the!Is
wife I have a meeting tonight;" doing okay. As a trainee, she Gunter-The Dhol.lon-by theme of 305 is 5 ozs. Charles Pait of Ac- I of our men recently in the Mam
"I can't go out with you, I'm going moves to diferent shops learning "Rumors Are song" counting has one of the principal : Inspection Office both messengers -
steady;" "I'm busy right now to different jobs. Never a dull mom- Flying. roles in the Beach Little Theatre I and each one was presented
go get a coke" (Then she turns ent, eh, Charlotte? Shop 306 welcomes the guys production of "Night Must Fall," ,, with a lovely cake, complete with
around and goes with someone R. D. Brennan has two fine look from Shop 304. Hope you enjoy oeing presented Sept. 19-20 at the i I candles and decorations. The two
else) ; "How many do you have on ing boys. He calls his :youngest I working with us, fellows. Beach Civic Center Minnie celebrities were: A. L. Hayes, S2c
your list now?" "I'm not mar I "Poncho." If :you get a chance to Mr. Terkeurst would still like Pearl Williams almost foundered ': and W. J. Nash, S2c. Mrs. Norma
ried, my wife is;" "Who was that get up to the office, take a look on to hear the rest of the tipsy story recently on spareribs L. B. | Wells and Mrs. Martha Rexroad
dame I saw you out with last the chief's desk and there you will I from Lt. Lawson. Harrell has been courtin' lately- were the donors of the cakes, and
& night," etc. see a picture of "Poncho." We bet Milo Jones says most people are I doing jury duty Martin Held, were they good ? Just ask those
From the "Mad House" last week you are proud of them, chief. "just bitter." He is now preparingthe the supv. of the south area: leaves I who sampled 'em.
there came a problem of how to : We are sorry to see all our en- I 1948 edition of his "Sunshine I the station the first part of Sep- I Mr. and Mrs. James R Day have
remove a tracing from the print I listed men go, as we all enjoyed Speech" tember to operate his own print moved into their new home ouI
machine. working with them. We are also L. E. Stewart. Sic, of Shop 305 shop on Riverside Avenue. It will I Marquette Street and what a
Bob Smith seems to be getting sorry to see many of our civilian is the "proud Papa" of a baby be known as "The Reliable Press" 'lovely home'! We're waiting for the
along all right except that he has personnel being transferred to different -,I boy. Congratulations! lzzy "Putsy-Putsy" Morrisonand house-warming, Jimmy!
been drinking a lot of coffee late I divisions. I Chief Bergin, you know you can hubby, George, have pur- I Chief A. J. Wood announce he
; ly. Maybe he's trying to calm his Accessories! Div 1 Man-by Dorothy I have anything you want, in shop I chased cement mixer; so now is about to get underway in the
nerves. :M. Williamson-The prop shop I service, that is. What's the story, Izzy digs sand on Saturdays and ; production of his plows! L. E.
"Dick" Tracy is quite the fisher- sends out its congratulations to Bergin ? George makes the concrete blocks j I Jordan plans to be the Florida
man now. He had the pleasure of George H. McLeamore who went I I. B. Hanna is convalescing in for their new home which they are I distributor and, if current rumors
being able to catch a 23 Ib. red off the deep end last Friday. I I Veneer Memorial Hospital, Moul- building themselves Why don't I persist, Charlie Saxton says he
here I trie from they pull the stopper and drain will be top salesman. How abouta
snapper a couple of weeks ago. "Municipal Airport, Georgia, a major opera I I
Let's go again, "Trace". come." That's the theme of Garner tion. He is doing nicely.We off the parking area. The ole swim- good stenographer, boy: ?
Assembly Dh'lslonBy I. D. Harris and his cheery smile. Savea have! heard of people enjoy- min' hole is getting too deep for I And speaking of birthdays, we
Uouchard Wedding congratulations place for us, Garner. ing shredded wheat for breakfast comfort H. E. Barwick's hob- have three other men who recently:
are in store for Harry Albright We have some new people in the but not enough to bring some by is motorcycles, but he spends celebrated the fact that they were
'""" AMM2c\ who got marriedone instrument shop now. M. L. Chapman along to work! Nothing like start- more time under 'em than on 'em. one year younger: N. M. Cole, I*
day last week. We all extendour James Acheson, and G. W. ing the day off right. Fred Davis reports that George P. Thursby, and A. R. Carlson.
best wishes to you, Harry. Howell. Mr. Howell, I hear by the We wonder if W. H. Green is Anderson ("Big Andy") plans an Congratulations, you men folks-
Harry used to work up in the of- way of the "grapevine" that you enjoying his coffee any better? excellent singing program Sunday, I'm not telling on the ladies, tho.
fice at one time but is now working have a daughter named "Steady"in Shop 305 welcomes the em- August 31st, to be given at Foun- Shea, next time take five instead
down on the line. the engineering division, and ployees who were transferred from tain Chapel, Hill and Bridier of four! ,
We will soon be losing Frances the's single, too, eh? Shop 304. Streets. There will be solo and Beebe Russian and Stanton, we
Poe of the Assembly Group as she Leaving the instrument shop Ann Treichel is hoarding egry choral work, and everyone is invited hear you three had a wonderfultime
. ...' -\ is getting married the early part are Chief Joiner and Chief Davis. blanks. Squire Perry, Jr., is now at the MERMAID Sunday
.,. : ."of* September and will make her Our deepest sympathy goes to Structures has a commission back with the laborers after a long night! How about it?
.. homo in South Carolina. We know Viola Green who lost her mother making a study of the coffee mess absence The NAS Terrors, We're sorry to learn that Mrs.
Mr. Gabriel will miss her, and we recently.If project which is second only to "Peanut" Elliott hurling, have Ann Welden will be leaving us
all hate to see her go. We want you really want to know how the Manhattan District project. continued their winning streak by shortly. She and her husband are
'. to wish her gobs and gobs of to fish, just ask R. R. Thorn. He defeating the JaxCubs in. a shut- moving to DeLand where Mr. Wei-
happiness in her new adventure. went to St. Augustine Sunday and St. Louis (AFPS-The) radio in out game, :50. An all-star game den plans to attend school. We'll
G. L Calhoun, S2c, pent last can now write a book on "You the patrol car of Patrolmen John was scheduled for yesterday, miss having you around, Ann, and
'"' '"..SS, : week-end at Daytona Beach and Ought To See The One That Got Rooney and John Cunniff blared weather permitting, in which the hope you enjoy your new home.
had a grand time, but he sure Away." out this order: investigate an open Terrors are expected to keep their .
came bock broke It was worth it Boy, this sounds like a good ex- manhole at Grand and Jefferson lead n. McKinnon announces Clegg: "I'm the kind of'.a: maa
though, eh, Calhoun? cuse. E L. Masters'WoSj!: so overworked Drive They had no trouble complying that the .AFGE, local No 570, is who thinks for himself" .
Well, peoples, :Mary Donald did that he cfcukln't $ct mar- The\ fight front wheel of contemplating- membership drive Hamcs: "Really? I thought: yon
'I( again She caught 70 trout, ried Sunday Some of these ])Co- their car was caught in it. very Soon were married."
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'111UKM>AY--PACIFIC ADVENTURE, with Ron Randall and
Muriel Steinbeck. Shown at 1740 and 2015, i AT LAST SATURDAY'S Inspection, Roy L Stafford, AMMlc of TAF Division received the Presidential
4. Unit Citation tront the inspecting officer. C ontdr G. Sauter William F Johnson of Yellow
rKIDAY AND SATURDAY--BACHELOR AND THE BOBBYSOXER Water received theIr Medal for his services du ring World War II Adjutant for last Saturday's
starring Cary Grant and Shirley Temple. Myrna Loy Showsat inspection; was Lt. Davis pictured to the right of Cocudr Sauter
1730 and 2015 Friday HOc, 1730 and :2015 on Saturday.
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UNUA VIGILANTES RETURN, with Jon Hall and Margaret I WEST COAST BOUND
Lind4.iv Shows at 1400. 1730 and 2015MONDAY I
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AND TUt:$ )4Y-CROSSFIRE, with Robert Young! r THE WORD

and Rjbett Mitt'hum. Shows at 1730 and :2015WKONKXD4Y I a)

: -- SON OF RUSTY with Ted Donaldson and Tom
Power: FROM AVIATION I FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL Mn viltk
TIIlTK UA ARSENIC AND OLD LACE, starring Cary Grant
and PnsciIU Lane. Shows at 1730 and :2015. Things went on as usual this week with very little of

anything out of the ordinary happening. Crocker finished

Yellow Water all his crossword puzzles. Underwood spent most of his time

ill ;520. Bacigalupo played his game of golf, while Harry

TIIl1RalAYNO SHOW. Price was getting into "shape." Boss and Richberg continued
rrllY AM) S4TUKW4Y-WILSON, with Alexander Knox y
their argument concerning each other's car. The little fellows
Slr'. U.o\\' -PACIFIC' ADVENTURE, with Ron Randell and MurielStembick. '
I rubbing the sleep out of his eyes is Lyons while Mauler[ plods

)1U( U.\1'\AND TUKM: >AY-BACHELOR AND THE BOBBY on in his extra duty. All in all. there were only a few things

,. SOX;. with Cary Grant. ShirKfv Temple and Myrna Loy. I which we can report.
V\7.fMOSl>AY VIGILANTES RETURN with Jon Hall and Margaret Probably the biggest event was ____ __ __ _ n__ .,
Lind"ev. here We wish to congratulatethem
the entry of the latest member of
Itll'KMJAY-NO: SHOW.THINGS and wish them luck in their
the Daughters of TAF into the
next school.
world. She is Pamela Jane Brown
TO DO-ABOARD While( in the vicinity of Biks, 17
eight and one-half pound daughter : we'd like to let you know that the

FLKKTS IN-Open nightly 17302130. Bldg, 517. of Ordnanceman Clois. Father doing I civilian looking at the sign in last R y.x
Snlniches and snacks a NATTCenter Or- nicely and seemed pretty coolas week's paper was Barrows. Your y
Chucta featured on Monday nights. your editor collected his cigar.Congratulations. I' editor is puzzled as to why the

BOWLING-:bix alleys in Ship's Service availai jr Brownie!: '! short fellow was not wearing his
*.1' per-ionnei Monday through Saturday jumper Phillips was wearing his _
170>>-2UU. League games have priority. After reading last week's column while he rode in the back seat of 0'I'"j'---: : OMIW. V0' -Williams,-
many people approached me that car the! other night. Publi' Information Officer amiat
NAl'lC LlBKAKk: Located In Auditorium. to ask, "Hey, who is this Pal
The softball team won a defeat one time legal officer for the
Open Aloauay, Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to '
Young In older to clear this
up Naval Air Te 'hnu'al
the other day as after losing to < Training
2100. 12JO to 2100.
Wednesday Saturday and Sunday
little I I'd outa
point. thought bring TEA in ten innings, they put in a Center. leaves today for San
1230:: to 2100.
few this week 11 refresh
things protest as to the useof two ineligible Diego for further assignment
the memories of some Haven't Mr Williams is being relievedas
players An error in the
AlllLE'lIC GKAi Available at Gear Locks:. of those three fire
you seen one allowed P. I. Officer Chaplain F.
top of the tenth TEA to by
Physical Training Department, Bldg. 51S.: I trucks going only five yniles an put across two runs to win 64. It Bradley.

J Ti.VNIiRacquet3 and balls available at ur-that's Young. Ha en't you was poor fielding that helped them ': -
,? Physical: seen the Chief out polishing those overcome: our 3.1 lead and go on Sanford Fla. (SEA) Sid la an
: 513. ttrucks ?
Training Bldg Saturday morningsthat's -
to tie up the game in the top of ancient mountain lion and he was
Young. And for you students
the seventh
who have been asking the extra' I Just bored with life in his: cage at
SWIMMING 1'OOL No. 1-Bldg. 518) For Naval step on the the truck is for guess The last item to come in beforewe the zoo. So. recently, when the
Personnel with Guests. Children under 12 years go to press announces the arrival
who-- he's been laughing so much
are not allowed in lift pool unless accompanied by a ;It" lately i of Dean E Cosakos, PR1. into caretaker had unlocked the cage
parent ot a responsible adult. Monday thru Friday I the division. For the time being door to do some housecleaning, Sid
1300 to :2045. Saturday 0900 to 2043. Sundays: and News travels slowly from 424. he will be working in Survival and strolled out. nonchalantly. Before
Holidays 1300 to 2015 With all the channels and crevicesthis now with only half the work to : being captured (again, nonchalantly
I little item got sidetracked' do, Gaskill can put on a little of ) he had frightened the wits out
during last week We'd like to''the weight he has been losing With I of the police force the town's citi.
!"><)L No. 2-(Bldg. 419)) For male warn Dimaio that a certain Chief this tidbit out of the way I can zens and employees at the City
Naval Personnel only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to answering to the "nom de plume"i i now enjoy that cigar (See Para Hall when he tried to get Into the
1200 and 1730 to 2015. Saturday 0900 to 2015. Sundayand of Fuller seems to resent your put No. 2L Let's
t' I see, "Is this a wood. City Manager's office through a <*.
Holidays 1300 to 2015.KhCKlTION ting the frogs in the liberty card en dock Mac ?" .
box Its not that they don't belong I
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KOOM: -Located In Auditorium for
NATTC (Personnel: relatives and guests. there it's just that--oh. go BULKHEAD Ay Murray Carvinf '
ahead, but Jon told
In letters it say flashed we you. i """" iws-w. '.. '____ f .-". .-.,.. ....... .N ., ........
big across
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE the teletype l "Smoe" iebeL returns \ : '
You'll all remember Smoe | ,J tw ; kT.Jr I I ,
SALVATION AKMY CLUB; formerly at 122 W. Forsyth Street for his quality of just making mus- >
Is now located at 900 Liberty Street. 200 Bed Dormitory which InClildea ter every morning. It was becauseof : I
locker and shower, $.5<). A snack: bar breakfast lunch and \ his zooming past Basic Skills
1 short orders served at reasonable prices every morning that that worthy
institute had to put in a requestfor
WIIKKK TO GO AMIOKK: NCCS Club at Church and Newnan j shutters to keep off the backwash |
Streets. Club open daily from 1700 to 2300, Saturdays: 1200 to 2400 of Smoes passing Naturallythey
Sundays 1000 to 2300 Dances Wednesdays: and Thursdays:: Saturdays had to make the request over I
and Sundays. Uniform required Saturday' :and Sunday. three or four times and It was
fused finally anyway. Liebe I is reo''
I turning to NAS after :
NATTC Photographer's School at Penaa-:
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At the top of the honor: list !
All Hands Dance thin week we find two Marines ,
from Class AF 49 All alone with I
an average of better than 85% is
I' Friday, September 5th, 1947 Cpl "R C" Grafflin, Four points
below him is Pfc J. A, Ammon.
It is unusual to find both top spots
GIRLS DANClINC taken by Marines: but these men
deserve it after their fine record
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Sergt Paul W Greathouse
REFRESHMENTS: came across quite a problem He
stopped a motorist who had disregarded ty l
Ray Stoner's Orchestra a red light and a stop
siKn and told him to proceed to

NATTC AUDITORIUM the police station. Evidently! the .

motorist was in a hurry to get ,. .. .
there, because on the way he went ;
2000- I I through another red light and two I 0tHtb. Cake and Iem
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r James Patrick Murphy, better

known as "Rags" is clapper, gay,'
and lovable in his lucid moments
vicious and brutal when he surrenders -
to his weakness and either .
I
way the darling: of Mom. His
brother Ed is a priest who tried to
: C cover human weaknesses with a
If LOGAN is as married a man t tt t cloak of patience and faith, and

v as he says he is, don't you agree IiL ) his brother Mack a policeman who
with me that calling on a certain tries to fit all the complexities of
t blonde co-ed is Just not the thing : life into a simple rule book. Jim..
;, to do? This has '
particular girl an my's women are Sue, who bears
x equally blonde and beautiful sister ( 'his child, Kay, an artist who moved
with whom Hubba-HUBBARD' (or %- + 1 by love and pity tries to reform

"Old Mother Hubbard" ? ? ? \ sits 5 ;' him, and Dolores, sensual and tempestuous
night after night, reading the evening I who instinctively understands
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paper. Can :you imagine thai him best-and the real

would you read the evening pa- + A "Mrs. Murphy"-the liquor that
Q ''
per? t carries Jimmy to his doom. Tho

Talking about girls; \for would story of all these people i is; THE

you rather talk about electricity i { STORY OF MRS. MURPHY, by
John MILLER really has a fine ;- Natalie Anderson Scott.

collection.) I thought that was a :t s When Kenneth Roberts was writ-
money that made his wallet so interestingly a a ing LYDIA BAILEY, he found
thick--but it's not t that a11ris reference material
It's pictures of women millions of seemed to lead to Moreau de 8t,
them; and they're all good! I suppose Mary. Finally he was forced to finda
... that might account for the absence copy of this Frenchman's writ-

of the money, incidentally. ings, and turned up, among other:
Now here' is what I call "dangerous things, an untranslated text of Mo-
j'W
drinking": A few of the leau's journey to the United States

boys went to a local club, and ordered ,, which he and Mrs. Roberts net
beer; but our man WATSON about to translate The result is

wanted something a little more MDREAU DE ST. MART'S,
wicked he' asked for iced tea AMERICAN JOURNEY 1793-

utiaight--that is, without ice.' 17t 8. No one has written with
such frankness about
startling
Remember that bolt of Lightning
the habits, manners, and garb of
that struck near a Buildingof
k I American And the
this School ? Nature didn't make -S. women. imagine
I shocked surprise of finding prostitution -
that lightning- was "P. G' .
STROUT experimenting with high IN THE upper photograph are contraceptives, frigidity
and other allied subjects discussed -
voltage. F' ure with casual frankness. It Mentis,
There is a whom I All Hands WruT -
lady
young + I also, that there was price troublein
wanted to line up as a date for a K T tint: Tournament. Left to right: those days eggs were 12 cents'

Laverne' MILLER; PO I was telling Hudson of TAF, won by a pin; la dozen, and oranges $1.00 a dozen.
him a few "vital statistics." J M Anderson Disbbursing, won bya ; Another thing which perplexed

r" "She's blonde, small, has a nice figI I decision; Bugbee, Disbursing, i Moreau, and which is still a mystery -
4 won by a pin: Rusk, TAF, won
:t. ure "How nice a figure ? 55 is the "strange habit of New
MILLER butts in bv forfeit; Rayburn, TAF, won
41 being very particular j Yorkers for moving on May let
\'," about such things. "Oh I j p-- by forfeit; Harmson, Disbursing, I Iwfln. 1 if they don't own a house. This
' :.{ don't know, I don't pay as much / .by a pin; Sutton, Disbursing 'I moving must be seen to be be-
' intention to that, do." won by a pin; Rywer, coach
\ f as you men j I I heved. No one has been able to
d'. I an swt'rt'd.Vell, if you're gon- | for Disbursing, won by a pin. I I tell me the reason for it." The
, ."M na be MY scout, you'd better pay i The tournament ended in a 39-39 i i book gives an accurate and unique
1 attention!" he threatened, as he tie between Disbursing and TAF I I picture of the serious and trivial
f, looked the gift horse in the mouth. On the left is pictured Bugbeeon facts of our early Republican days.
the bottom in the 165 lb.
.AEM B SCHOOL i .
match. Bugbee later pinned his
: .. The AEM "B" school has a HUMAN ,
opponent, Shelds of TAF, to
'ooj
INTEREST STORY this
take the snatch "
_ ;4 week. Four of our students, V. A. 0 CLUB"
'. \ JENSEN, S. R. KLEIN, E. E. ORR

-y and W. C. SHATZER, volunteeredto *
.. donate blood for a transfusionto v Holes
a former AEM "B" student's!;

wife who is ill in the station hos Royce Stoener-the :young man
pital. When the samples, were pro- just' what you have been missing. I n I fr *n the West, His trumpet,
cured. KLEIN'S donation fulfilled I' All hands welcome. I Sao:,, and hU orchestraFeaturing

the needed material. The only reaction -I Skeets Morris
that KLEIN felt was that II AOM SHORT SHOTSIf Will appear at the "0" Club
lie have lost little I Saturday, 6 Septemberfor
might a weight. I any well wishing' young women flOH3Y SflOF&NLWS
"GOOD DEED KLEIN" did his who happen to read this I .
from 2100 to 0100
deed for the week.In Dancing
column, want to lend' a helping
Dinner will be nerved from
the future we are contemplating hand to an up and coming young 1800 to 2100
on hearing much news sailor the yean do same by sending
1'k.sr make reerva0oswi
about the "BEARCATS," the their used mascara pencils) to S your

promising football team composedof "Tex"' Everhart, C.O.D. in c/o Eke. s&A Watties for the Hobbyist f"arlh h'n..ioll' phoning 8154

men from Training Shops, TAI 52. (His moustache is still a little ,
and TEB. Backfield Coach is G. too light i.* '

FRASE and Line Coach, H. H. For you folks that haven't been! i electronic volt ohm meter will find J),. ..AJOKE

HOLLEYMAN. DeSMIT fiom Two of our mOle congenial students ; in to see us in the last few days.I !. its way to the NATTCenter Hob- I .
Training Shop has been appointed namely Fhillipy and Schehl, would like to inform you that we by Shop, which means a bigger
tike team's captain. Since the found a way to beat the recent now have coils and condensers for i and lJE'UerJ'adio lab for the Hob !
'"whistle' blew," forty-four men heat wave with their new hair-do's your surplus engines. For the artist by Shop

have turned out for try-outs. I that they acquired at the beauty we are restocking on photo I. f

DeFEYTER is really a busy i ibee" i parlor. For the brief morning that oils and artist oils which shouldbe 11/al/

these days. Firstly, he reports I they sported their Mohawks a in i na few days. .
to school with a swollen jaw certain Mr. Snyder was running Are you interested in building SoftballSTANDINGS Said the 'Wllf' calf to the aileP

from a tooth extraction. Secondly around trying to get the boys to something ? Then why don't you "J$ my fodder .. there '"

he is anxiously awaiting the: arrival spend their leave at his reservation go bout it in the right way. Comein
of his! first' little one. I but it looks, like Chief' Alicki and see what we have to offer Lives there a man,

, } ..' The members' of the Navy Wives shatered his dreams. In the line of Xacto knives. We Who U so abnormal;
Club wish to say thanks! to those I know that you like to sleep in a That he can't w stirred,
who have been attending our I FlashNEW! DEVELOPMENTSON nice soft! bed so why not build NATIONAL LJCAOUK: By a strapless formal.

Thursday night Bingos at Snug I I THE CARLIN FRONT yourself a nice big one and make TEAM W L,

Harbor-NATTC. The proceeds Once dormant sales' of "Hexona-I as!! you like. D 15 B John: "I wish to speak to eomi'
have really helped our Nursery.We cin" are starting to boom again I Do we have any engineers' here' ? Bake Shop 13 4 one with a little authority."
all have a good time each end R. E:. even" parting his hair I Well why lose track of the feeling' AOM "B" 12 4 Joe:, "Speak to me: I have ..d

week, and besides' the Surprise now. Must' really. be good stuff). I of pushing that throttle like Casey' T 13 fUT little authority &-anybody.."
Mprir.e pkg. which goes! with the I Jones? Come down here and build 8 6
If anyone eevr hears of the I your own railroad and then you HM 9 7
hurt of the also
game evening; we Brown into mine
have a "free game" at which time Gov't issuing day beds!! to the sick, can go where you want to that is :MAD 3 10 Sensation eyes! gaze
lame and lazy please contact Me- on the deck). I mean a model train AM 4 14
card is the
a as
nursery given Soft hands clasped in mine;
Coy and he'll guarantee you UH complete with a water tender and SAD 0 16
of
prize. Chief, L. P. Richburg Expectation!
of his Buick for week-end'
huge any caboose.So .
Cumberland Road, won last week's AMERICAN LKAOUC Red lips close to mine;
that little heart desires'
card and then had Chief Hoy, who your you see that we have everything TEAM W L, Temptation
calls the weekly Bingo-auction here that could possibly be TOB 15 0 Footsteps;
It, winning a tidy prize of $8. O. HELEN HIGHWATER | your hobby. If you don't think so, TAF 11 f 5 Damnation!
.All other games of the evening are -'I-' come in and if we don't have: it, TEA 10 f 5 "Darling, the maid has burned
for cash awards. then we will see" what we can do TSK 8 7 the efcjfH. Would you be rat4efial

Come on out this Thursday, Aug. about getting it started. We have TAI 7 8 with a couple of kisses for brwik-
'I here for airplane, ..
everything your TEB 7 8 fast t.
28 from 8 to 10:30: p.m., and ke
train, radio, for the bracelet that TCT 5 8 George: "Sure, send her I..."
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- Informal wallet to keep your big Navy pay TSD 1 7 Women
attractive
Party are 20, attentive
ad l.D. card in. TLT 1 17CAITAJN'S
with at 30, and adhesive! ftt 4..
Radio kits come complete
Thursday Just 28 tubes and all accessories with plenty TROPHYlien
,
of information on how to build ( not, iiM'.lixta Hwftball aid BMlc (to a gatheringe of

'I them. If your girl wants a phonograph Tennis) WAVES): "I've a friend I'd like
NCCS Club player or radio you could TAF 395 T 50 you to meet.' "

I' please her more by building it MAD 215 TSD 25I Athletic Wave: "What can he

Church & Newnan Sts. yourself.At > 100 TOA 20 do."
I the time of this writing we TEA: 125 X 10 Ex-chorus Wave: "How much
GIRLS-GAMES are ordering a complete stock: of 'TOB 105 W 10 has he T"Uterary

: tubbes and parts!! for late model I TAI 85 TSK f 5 Wave: "What does he

PRIZES-FUN a radios' such' as condensers'! resistors I Yel. VVnt. 85 TCT 0 tend"
wires and tubes. Our radio TLT 70 LIT 0 Business Wave: "What has 1M
lab is growing we have reason to SAD 55 HM 0 accomplished'' "
SAILORS INVITED I believe that in the near future, a I|I HD 55 AM 0 Old Maid Wave; "Where ta
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Eight JAX AIR NEWS 28 August 1947

I LEATHERNECK) DUIM'ONDZERS' : I
Fliers Take Eastern Softball



Championship! t" rrfo1k, Va.

Bill i 'I: .

A hustlin'. sCl'appin'. and ftghtin' bunch of lads from

I \AS Jax captured the semi-final round of the All-Navy Softball -

tRl I Championships last week at Norfolk. Virginia, when

I they dumped a highly-touted USS Corsair nine, 11-G..

f : ? I The Fliers stopped the Corsairs in their first meeting

l tARi I r I behind the no-hit hurling of Daryl "Dumnv" Shaw hut
J then dropped a close encounter to --- ------.
I the same ship the following day, the rotten ball playing out of
necessitating a third and final their system and if this is trueit
gams. In the finale the Fliers came happened with the Fliers last
from behind early in the game Friday when the local nine liter-
and sewed it up in the third and ally threw the game away although -
,sixth frames to assure themselvese Shaw pitched a one-hit-
berth in the finals which are ter Four miscues in the first tw >
t slated to be held in California next frames provided the Corsair with
I 4 t week. i three unearned markers, enough to
a Last Game Full of Action take the game away from the Fliers -
and force them into another
The Fliers took the field againstthe game.
Corsair in the final setto with
the win and loss record at ono The locals batted the Corsair
f moundsman for four hits.
I each Daryl Shaw toed the rubber Podguiski -
I collected two of these hits by
tor the third straight day and
pounding out a duo of singles and
turned in a six-hitter. He was in
scoring the lone tally for the 10-4- ..
tt hot water but once throughout the
leven-inning stint. ers.
Having drawn the bye in tin-
I. Both outfits went scoreless in
z111L three-team the Flier
s the first frame but the Corsair tourney had
_H' u .._ ______ ..'_'_____n.n," _______ '_'n '_ __'_' ''_ ._n'' ''''___ jumped to a 1-0 lead in the third a day of rest on Tuesday' and,
:MARINE; SOl 9'HALL team pictured above was all set this week tor a three-game eerie: The Fliers let loose with one of watched the Corsair !and USS
with the N AS Pensa ola Manm outtit But a last-mmute dispatch from Pensac' ''la yesterday revealed the heaviest hitting barrages yet : Portsmouth battle it out for the
that ttiMi result of the transfer of about eeiball right to move" on In the tourn"y.The .
team was practically: non-existent as a just player. seen this season and pounded the
Member ot the local squad include, first row, left to right. Dickson, Ib and manag Lorenz rf, Shaw visiting hurler Davey Ball for Corsair defeated the Portsmouth -
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p. anJ Tvgait. c'. Second row hit to right, Austin, 3b, Bartsih cf. Coker p and Stiller ss. Dack row. I ne bingles and five markers J'iiv '- 52.'Dumpy".
left tj right XVesolow'ki. coach( Smart. utility, Milligan 2b and Lambel. If Missing when the pi<-tm<> sailook. led, the barrage with Shaw had little trouble -
was taken were: Brannen, p Thomas. utlity. and Horkan, utility. I a -\\;r.7.h"g\ ->ingli r., let, and< moved in the initial encounter, throwing -
a no-hit job at the Corsair
tin Vince, pod-i iDarjl

1 Jax-Navy Pigskinners Now Shaping Up As i 1)11111'11.'am in The the lone second Corsair frame marker, tying

i i iw thugs up after the local nine had
x ''ak"11 a one-run lead in its half
A Top-Notch Grid Squad Under Thompson "f t the fit-t
I P""te in ski led oft for the Flier.
." "I'I king Davey Ball for n pass
Itv. lliiinr ('iiti Lot. S'c
allfl then moving to second on :a
The nation's sports fans are just beginning: to sit up and Intra-Mural SoftballChampionships
take notice of the coming grid season, but the Jax-Navy d ,id ('ame'sliding home with the

f tootball eleven has the jump on them all. The local pigskinners Will fleet n,-lp t :marker 1 out his on a own passed: cause ball! In Shaw th

after four weeks of practice>, are now beginning to shapeup i w, \?nd inning when he belted outa
into a top-flight cle\' n. Be Held Here SoonPlans t H-bagger' over the left field-

Though the first scrimmages of the season: were very i *r'\! head. Then in the third, HOT\-
made this nook reseed first
were week for via a walk
disappointing head coach "Tuffy" -
the forthcoming intra-mural soft- stole second and came home on
Thompson has had his charges going -
\ k
Olivt>r'3 bingle through short
over the basic rules of the Negro Gridders ball championships which will beheld :
The Fliers their last
game for the past week and the soon. A meeting was held a score in the fifth rang when up Hosaflook;
results are astounding. Start WorkoutsFor
I Monday afternoon with representatives again went to the initial sick: via
Thi huskies have improved immensely -
a walk moved to second on .i
their and 47 SeasonClose from teams competing in
on blocking sacrifice and came home on Heft'sdouble.
tackling and in recent scrimmages I the American and National leagues .
have looked very good The line to two dozen aspiring pig- to decide just how the play-otf+ The Corsair eliminated the
k stalling: to charge and the backs skinners turned out for the initial should be run e Portsmouth from the tourney by
He finding holes that just weren'tthera call for all colored boys who want- defeating them on Thursday. 3-0
The teams decided that the first .
10 days ago. Shaw' behind the no-hit twirling of Ball
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ed to try out for the NAS Jax Ti-
Bat the inexperience and greenness I two rounds in the intra-mural setup gurski and Ea Heft blasted out Portsmouth claimed the Atlantic
of many of the players is still ger eleven last week and practice I would be considered the first base knocks Both runners advanced Fleet Championship while the

s thorn in the side of the ex-Min is being staged daily Anyone whO I half of play and the third round .I a base when Rav Oliver Corsair outfit was reallv an All-
nesota great, and he still is stressing cares to try out for this outfit i| which is going on now, would be.'walked, and then John Zayac cleared Star submarine nine
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:; hustle and conditioning. should contact Physical Trainingat considered the second half. The I the base paths with a booming .
For the past week he has work- ext. 393 as soon as possible. two top teams from each circuitin double to deep center. Zayac came
ed mainly on wind sprints, tac- Chief Robert Justiss has taken the first half, and the two top scampering across: ; the plate witn WAVES Lose AgainTo
over the reins of the Tiger foot- the fifth run of the day and inning I
Hlins.: blocking and running, with outfits in both loops from the sec-
scrimmages thrown in towards the ball machine and is preparing the ond half, will stage a double elimination on George Dj'ak's double to Jax Kennel ClubLoss
end of every practice. colored boys an eight or ten-game series soon to determinewho right. I
has also introduced card for the coming season. Sev- I will represent their leaguein They picked up two more runs'in number two was adminis-
Thompson eral of the colleges which have the station championships. the fifth when Zayac and Heft tered to the NAS WAVES last
his stalwarts,
come: new plays to been contacted for games include In other words, four teams will both scored on hits and an infield Friday night when the crack Jaic
and it is a must drill at every practicethat man's Florida Normal, Hastings Voca scrap it out in the National, and out. Things came to life again In Kennel Club Girls edged by the
the mentor head.every tional School, and Edward Waters four in the American. Then thet the sixth in the Flier camp as local WAVES, 3-2, to remain on
sslgnment into his College of Jax. There is also a pos- '0 winners will fight it out for they chased four tallies across the top of the pile in the City Girl
Th line, under the direction of sibility that Pensacola will fielda the championship under the arcs League. The WAVES had droppeda
Lt. Paul King, still looks green Negro eleven this fall at the Power Plant diamond Immediately dish.Dyak led off with a gratis pass I similar encounter to the Kennel
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*nd ragged, but it is improvingwith Eight Returning Vets following the Shaw moved him around Girls earlier this season.
every practice. With the ad- Eight returning veterans from between the leagues. The play-offs winning I gle, and both scored on Podgur-I, Ruth LeVere chucked for the lev.
dition of Harvey Hardy, a former last reason turned out for the ini- team will be presented a trophy, ski'a second single of the cats and gave up nine bingles, although -
All-American guard at Georgia tial call, and all eight were first- and each team member will Shaw had little trouble until the three markers tallied
I Tech by the time the first game string; men from last year's squad. ceive gold Softball charms. the sixth frame when, on the bythe Kennel Club were all unearned -
rolls around it should be in pretty Included in the group were Tommy losers will receive silver re-I short end of a 7-1 score, the Corsair Three miscues in the outer
:sod shape. White, star halfback. Bobby Gault, charms. moved within a lone tally gardens kept LeVere and the
The backs have been further speedy little quarterback, Joe of the Jaxons as they raced five I WAVES from capturing thi3 important -
strengthened by the appearance of Plaskett one of the top linemen came at the expense of Hastings I markers across paydirt The first : contest.
Sal Lococo, former Fordham halfback from last season, Perry Walking Vocational and Edward Waters man up collected a single to right, I Butch GloVer led the hitting attack &
He is working out every day Ed Cheatham E. L Wallace, College. They lost to Florida Normal I went to third when the next bat- for the Mainside crew by bel
jnd when he gets in shape, it is L Wade and M. H. Turner. and Howard Academy, and ter reached first on an error, and I ing out two singles and scoririo; 4>
probable that he will be one of tht Some of the new men who S'I the two ties were with Hastings. scored on a teammate's hit to both NAS markers. Herman i*
fastest men on the squad. Locococan I shown up well in the first The Tigers are working out daily center. Two more errors and a hit Rump, Ida Free and Laddie Viii-
also pass and kick. i|, practices include E. Butler, Tom from 1100 until 1700 at the Mat cost the Fliers five runs. deft each came through with base
Slight injuries are hampering Fuell!, a 215-pound tackle, C. B.i I area, std on Saturday mornings Shaw had little trouble in the I knocks
Coach Thompson: now but his new j I Butler. S. Nabors, Bill Williams, P. from 0900 to 1200. Any gridder top of the seventh and set the men Their next game U slated for tonight
irrivals will.1111 the gaps. Such Dean, and Louie Francis. who wishes to report for practice I; down in order after the first bat when they will meet Fore-
minor hurts as pulled muscles, Last year the Tigers ended the nay do so by contacting Chief Jus- I ter had singled to lead off. most Dairies: in a postponed encounter
Charlie horses, and cramped legs I season with a record of four wins, tiss at one of the practices or :at Corsair. 3: Fliers! 1 They were scheduled t">
!are the result of the scrimmages.The two losses, and two ties. The wins ext. 593! Some, diamond experts claim I face the Oyster Bar Tuesday night
1 ical eleven will open its that a championship ball club always I but ram' :a:;.im forced ('nRtpnIlP'mpnt
S3A3CW against the Parris Island I I plays. 'it least one bad gamein of the game
Marines on 2S September at Municipal Jax-Navy Swimmers Will Compete a tournament in order to get r. ,
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% Stadium. .in. Jacksonville In Daytona Beach Championships Softball ,Standings Get Teams 'Ready ,For
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Intra>Mural Touch
NAS SoftballContinued Lt Paul King and his JaxNavytank = mers will compete in two and three j i NATIONAL I.KVGUK: 1
team will leave late today for i different races. Jim McNally: and' 'Team Von Lost Football, :Says :PT
( from Page 1) Daytona Beach to take part in the Joe Popovich will race in the : Meta: OlVtfJiOll 3 1 Athletic otncers: in charge ,>f
Norfolk last week, the Fliers will I First Annual Daytona Beach Open 410-yard freestyle: Popovich, A CPO Club :i 1 division and department :athletic
no doubt be the team to beat !in Swimming and Diving Championships Eglington, and Ed Fiester in the Mainside< Dispensary a 1 were reminded this week to be got
Ute All-Navy Shaw has been turn- which will be staged tomor- 100-yard backstroke; Pjpovich and Fh Unit 2 2 ting: ; a team: lined up[ to represent
ing in creditable performances for row and Saturday B. Teichman in the 300-yard med- NAR'fU :3 1 their respective outfits in the intramural .
Ute Fliers, having won 11 and lost "The City of Daytona Beach ley relay: Teichman in the 100- 'r-1 Division 2 .1 touch football: leagu
four since he joined the locals in Trophy" will be at stake, and manyof I yard breaststroke; Fiester and NA'fS 1 2 which will be formed shortly .
mid-July. the outstanding mermen and Popovich in the 50-yard freestyle; Fire Department 1 3 Ai! soon as the< intra-mural softball -
Another factor which will weigh women from all over Florida will R C. Schmidt; L. G. Giggry, and Boat House 1 3l I championship has been dei'ui
heavily for the Jaxons in this tournament compete in an effort to capturethis F.V.. Silverthorne three-meter Plant Divi.loll 0 J ed, the touch loop will get Moist
will be the efficiency of the prized trophy. Also, gold, .silver diving; Fiester. Popovich and Mc- AMERICAN (,E,1Gt1lTeznr : way Last year a .strong/ Vsn eleven .
infleld In one of the encounters and bronze medals will be Nally in the 100-yard freestyle, \\01\ f.aht now known as the VA-ATU N'
which the Fliers dropped to theCorsair awarded to the first three winners and Fiester in the 300-yard indi- VO ATU No. r. 6 0 4, captured the station championship .
: outfit, a half dozen errors in each class and division, Since i vidual medley Marines 6 1luspectiou by defeating/ the Marine in
cost Shaw and the Fliers the tilt alt of Jax-Navy'i lads will be competing i Most of these tankers took part ::5 2 a play-off contest
Although Shaw flipped a one-hitter m the Senior Division, each in the recent state A.A.U, swim Supply 4 2 Footballs can he checked out by
that afternoon. The outer-garden will be trying for the individual' championships in which Ja -Navy ASrit Personnel l 3 2 athletic officers at Physical Training -
lads for the locals are set tight, I trophy which will go to the highpoint placed second. They will be com- MaiIlRi Personnel 3 3Operations / Big 72G The league will laV
and the local Marine ace should man in that division peting against some of the same 2 3 until early December when intro'
Gave little to worry about 'it a ball Eight men are slated to make I swimmers who walked off with Naval Hospital' 2 4 mural basketball( will take over on
should go salllngr into the out f field the trIp. and several of the swim- the. championship VA ATU No. 4 1 5 tr i sports agendaPage

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