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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1947
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Vol. 5-No. 25 18 September 1941



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



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




Loolly Progrom Will !! TO ESTABLISH STUDY ALL BOARD NEW I it's Rendy For




Start Here This Week ; NAS CONSTRUCTION 1947's First Hurricane:


All civilian employees at NAS will soon be required to I A Shore Station DevelopmentBoard The first tropical hurricane of the 1947 season wageda

complete several forms in connection with the President's i to study and make recommendations war of nerves with Florida citizens this week, and yester-

loyalty program, it was revealed in Navy Department Circu Officer on all to new the construction Commanding day NAS Jacksonville was still on the alert-ready and poised
pro-
lar Letter, CPL&D-47-103, received by the Industrial Rela- posed for NAS and N A TIC was for anything nature had to offer.

.ions Department last week. established this week, it was an- While weather bureau advisories indicated that Jackson

In accordance with the provisions- of Executive OrderNo nounced in Station Order 7047. ville was out of danger, there was the ever-present threat
9333, the Civil Service Commission The board was set up, accord-
has requested that each mation required. Compliance with Ing to the order, to screen con- that the storm might change its moment the hurricane was first
department of the Federal Govern- the order will be mandatory, and struction projects In line with cur course and veer northwestward to- spotted in the South Atlantic last
those refusing to comply will be tailed for new con- ward this city and the Naval Air
ment furnish the Federal Bureauof appropriations week. Alarmed by reports that the
Investigation with personnel da- subect to disciplinary action in ac- struction. Every proposal will ba Station To meet the threat, naval storm was one of the most deadlyto
ta for identification of civilian accordance with NCPI 45. measured against the mission of officials ordered all civilian em- be charted in a decade, the
employees. The Industrial Relations Depart NAS and the facilities required to ployees to remain at home until I Navy began taking precautions toweather
ment is charged with the out this mission. further notice, with the exceptionof
responsibility carry the anticipated blow. In
Information will be l
The required of the Where in existing a handful of key maintenance ,
administering loyalty a deficiency : acordance with the tried and tested
the
of all civilian of
employees program here at NAS, and instructions facilities is discovered, projects will personnel. They were informed hurricane bill, personnel here
Navy, including personal service that would be notified via local I
will be issued to department be introduced for consideration to; they I went into action
contract employees, natives, aliens, radio stations when the emer-
heads later this week regard eliminate the deficiency In addi- Condition II was declared at
and the rolls 30
others on on September ing the methods to be employed in tion, a review will be undertakenof gency was considered past and 0905 Sunday, and the station wa
1917 Information will not
the distribution, completion, and all temporary and war-tlnv when they should report foi work. I placed in Condition I at 0850 Mon-
be required from persons not paid return of the forms.Iemben (Continued on Page :2) Things moved rapidly from the I day when it became apparent that
directly from Federal funds, employees
the had
on furlough because of re- I nearly-dormant hurricane
uction-in-force military service I Ior CIVILIANS HONORED_. AT LUNCHEON begun to pick up momentum again
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and was headed toward the Florida
other reason for which it
any '
t coast Evacuation of aircraft
might be presumed that they will '
began at 0852 Monday Plane were
not return within a reasonable'p
flown to NAS Atlanta. Ga., NAS
riod, those appointed for 90 daysor ,
Pensacola Fla.. Warner Robbing
less (provided they do not have
Airfield- Ga., and Gunther
Army ,
confidential files and ,
access to )
:
1: Field, Montgomery Ala. Cecil
those appointed to civilian position
Field aircraft were evacuated to>>
after 30 September 1917
(Continued on Page 2)
Each employee will be requiredto .
complete a fingerprint chart anda S .; -
loyalty data: sheet while the station ROTC Plan And
will furnish the other infor- A

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Begin PlayOffsIn Eligible EM's

Intra-Mural .
.x Opportunities within the Navyfor
ambitious enlisted personnelare
Softball TodayPlay greater than ever before, it

was revealed last week with the
will this aft
get underway
announcement that candidateswere
the intramural softball
in
ernoon being sought for the NROTO
play-offs when the crack Metals b:1 and
Program that copies of "Reg-
Division nine tangles with a much- ulations Governing the Admissionof
, improved Mainside Dispensary outfit Candidates into the United
on diamond number two at 1630. } States Naval
t Academy as Midshipmen -
They will meet again tomorrowat 4 tY and
Sample Questions-Juno
the same time and, if a third 1917" were available in a limited
game is necessary to determinethe number at the Education Office.
champion of the National X Of particular importance warthe
League, it will be played Monday Order to Heads of Departmentswhich
afternoon at the scheduled time. of the j1ittv materially to the
iJniM iIlflt asked that lists of candi-
} { :
of the
Metals captured the first round Jacksonville Volunteer j# .". ,. -- .,.. success and who : dates be forwarded to the Executive -
In the Softball loop while the Civilian project Officer by Friday of this week.
instrumental
"Corpsmen" came from down the Naval Reserve were Division officers were instructedto
line to walk off with the second Committee were I. (a'J\\I t3N in the securingof publish at quartets information

half honors. The winner of the guests at a spet t., a record number regarding requirements for admission
of enlist-
cial luncheon last !
play-off in this twooutofthreegame into the
series will pair off with the Friday at the"O" :. J.r;;, ; ,11t.1 ments Reserve in the during Naval Known as program.the Holloway Plan,
Club to re- /,
winner of the American League in the post-war Naval Reserve Officers -

the station championships to be eel v e citationsfor '. .\'.:.. ...' .the campaign Training Corps program wa
beld late next week. their supportduring established to provide a supply of
This afternoon, on diamond number the recent { 1.l1tlittbwb'J ) / ; Typical of the well-educated junior officers forthe
t h C. Frank .
three, the Marines and VO Operation :; : > ; ntatjar citations, signed line and staff corps of the Regular -
ATU No 6 will square off but this Naval Reserve. ., by James Forres- Navy and Marine Corps and
will be to determine the championship Rear Admiral .' tal, ia the one to build up a reserve of trained officers -
of the second half in the jun. Ralph Davison, .' > .JI'/I'/ f' NINII'I'/r//il/ awarded to Jack- who will be ready to serve
for circuit. VO ATU captured the Commandant of sonville's Mayor, their country at a moment's noticein
first half laurels, and at the pres. the Seventh Na- C. Frank Whitehead a national emergency.

ent the Marines and VO ATU are val District, was rMI' Iljl.'l/'il/: : ; ; Candidates selected will attend
tied for the initial spot in the host t o the 11 /// : /;:/J ? The guests. college for four years, and all expenses -

merican loop. If the VO ATUne group. found their citations of tuition, laboratory fees,

wins this afternoon, it will I Tribute w a .... waiting for and text-books will be borne l hy
utomatlcally capture the second paid members of /9// them as place I the government Uniforms will }ha

half championship and move on to the committee cards at the din : provided, also The students will
the station finals with the winnerof I who contributed i Mr table receive retainer pay during college

the Metals vs Dispensary series I """ '.. ,JbP at the rate of $600 each year to
However, if the leathernecks I! assist in defraying the cost of uul>.

.... (Continued on Page 3)) I ..'-- ... I I siatence and._ quarters.
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Crowds Stamp Approval! On CHORUS WILL OFFER I Ir Navy's Teaching MethodsAre I



Mainside's Boxing SmokerPhysical r NEGRO SUNDAY SPIRITUALSAT SERVICES Praised By EducatorsHigh I


Training and Welfare's --
praise of the Navy's and
second boxing smoker of the season i I who tried vainly to keep the The colored Men's Chorus from NAS Jacksonville training pro proved beyond a shadow of a doubt

scored a smash success last | match clean. Their shouts of delight the Mt Ararat Colored Baptist grams was voiced this week >oy during the tour.

at Mainside Auditor- rose to new heights, however, Church will be special guests at. principals of Duval County schools "The Jacksonville Naval Air Station -
night
Friday
ium as 1,500 fight fans screamed when Juanita Kaufman and Viv- All Saints' Chapel this Sunday in letters of appreciation to Cap has much to offer young men
1 tain Herbert S. Duckworth, Commanding .
morning The chorus will performat Interested in educational achieve-
hoarse approval of the nine fast- ian Gian stepped into the ring.
Officer, for courtesies ex- "
ment and Mr.
physical training
moving bouts I Pandemonium reigned as the girls the 10t5 service
tended to local teachers
Promoter Henry Schilhzzi went' discarded their robes and flexed A program of Negro Spiritualswill during Braddock wrote. "The young men
all out in his latest effort, matching I iheir muscles In their respective be presented, including, "I Will their- recent tours of NAS and we observed were a happy, interested

together sluggers who really corners. It reached fever pitch Not Forget Him" by Rev. W. Don NATTC. lot, and the methods: em-
new their jobs inside the ring. when little Vivian started tossing Pelham, "When They Ring The Particular emphasis was place.lon ployed to promote this by the officers
veryone of them had their own her mighty opponent around likea Morris, 'I'll Never Turn Back" by methods of instruction and in charge were a credit to

dividual classy style, from Jim- match stick. From start to finish, Thomas Dorsey, "Nobody Knows teaching techniques used by the any school system or naval school.
my Regan's smooth precision to there wasn't a dull moment! The Trouble I See", revised and Navy In service schools and squadron "Jacksonville should be-and Ware
Barney Gallagher's unorthodox attacks Then the sailors took over, and harmonized by Kenneth Morris, ground training. The local educators sure it is: -proud to have w
I Harry Pohtakls, 121, climbed "Hide My Soul" by Rev. W Don : made an intensive studyof marvelous an opportunity for ltd
But the big treat of the eveningfor I. through the ropes to meet Dick Pelham "When Hhey Ring The the Navy's methods as part of youth and our school faculty join

tho crowds was the wrestling Polak, 12i Polak, the smaller boy, Golden Bells For You and Me" by their annual "Workshop" pro- the throngs that endorse its" remaining -
exhibitions staged by two pairs of took the offensive from the open- Dion DeMarbelle (revised and har- gram prior to the opening of the a permanent fixture, 1m
George Romanoff's grapplers. The ing bell and threw lefts and rights monized by Evelyn Levy and Chorus public schools for the fall session. add 3d. '

spectators roared as Roland with little abandon. But Politakis ), "Where Could I Go" by J. Wilton L. Braddock, principal In another of the many letter
Kinschmeyer and Jack Kallcy bat used his left Jab to good advan- B. Coats, "Look For Me In Heaei /- the Hogan-Spring Glen School, received, Adelle Pennington, principal -

,., tied around tho rng} half the time tage and took 1\ very close split Somewhere, For I'll Be There" pointed out that tho wisdom of. fjr the Jacksonville School oC
turning on Referee Nick Bikalis, (Continued on Vifjo .1)) h.)' Kenneth Morris. visual and audio education was (Continued on Page '3)) ,








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A WILDLY SCREAMING: ritOUD of 1100) fight fans yelled them.. '1veelioarst hold and went on to win the match. iTop right > Rolano Kirschmever seems tr behaving

Jut Friday night when th) ,' second boxing smoker ef the peaion' wa stagedby a hard) time getting out ot that haJJ nelson, clamped ,,r hm by Jmk KaUey
But right won out and Kirsrhmev took th,' venial The refnrr.e is Nick U Kalik
Welfare at Mamside Auditorium. Nine- new champions were crowned after some
(Center)iJflT AuditorIUm la JaP*(')h with hue crowds that attended tht ixiuU.
I moist furious 1t flailing seen c.n the station in some time The above pic- (Lower >> Austin' O'Brien back towards the camera) it. drnpcd over the r( pen L,

1.,0 taken by an alert photographer: from the station photo lab, taught: some following a tight!: craws by Dick EcUmanian, partially rbscurrd. (Lower left* A v.()-
... more thrilling, e\tnt of tie evening, Top left ) Jumiita Kaufman (holding lent push: from> Jim Fuel sends'. Tommy Level toppling: over the 'rrpei'! in the heavyweight

the, rop-s) ruts a painful leg lack on Vivian Gian. Vivian got nut of the fight
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.0---- __0_' cording to hill mood He has eaten more mien events we may dover

Station a big hole in the ping-pong net 1'more. hidden t&lrnt

I I t "Gspi ali pebbled the eoik from the edge e., Ask Pete LcVere abe':it Kr

(f}tiontiniM Irllnt 1'a.J' 1) 'l the paddles and eats the wltof1 birthday: cake seem; Petty:
tho Army Air facility' at Jre-en- around Uv edge c.f the table H" Y oven
Villo, H: C II i Chatter likes scotch tape, brava, oatmeal. the sentiment thrt icnn,", ouyway

The storm scare had most personnel I pencil corers, paper, lighter fluid, f and may %..'e take thi opportunity -
and potato chipe When Conner to eongratuh e Pefo
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their I
engeily li&tcnuig; to I I The b:g Red Cross Dance held leaven' the hospital, Mr. Bugg win By Jean 'lirja radio seta for Iau t bulletins: on 0 September went over'' with a be cared for by "Buntiy and her new "position" as J1AA, another -
I To blow fIr not to bk>w that
the piogie.8 of the harr.('ane.' Unlike bang There wcic cute girls, agood I Arm VVerphain. the two small and new "Ma" to the wa: deri .K
i* the question The ale salts
previous Howe which; moved jive bane firm Uiinni f', and lovely daughters ef Dr. Wo "harr have been bury explaining about WAVLS.Establish.
i! Flinty of nfufmlin.. You missed of Ward B-7. Mr has been .
Buggs
rapidly up from the Caribt.,an, this the wind and ram to those ICSH '
a good time if you failed tattend > threatened with kidnap ever nine .
I familiar with Florida hunieanes
one has lingered and dallied with I I this thindig Pe on hand his arrival en the ward. We know
iimddcmng MiowncsB, shifting and I for the next c.ne'! that Bunny and Ann will love Everything happens at nf'f'-Wf'
even had a "fire in the barracks I .
veering<< so tint it wa hard to tell Sta. light, slnrbright, hope itdoeMi their nrw little playmate Good last week-now why couldn't tht>yFtreh.h <(<('c.nt.nued than 1', o 1)
I I wh it weuid, strike The' t ran ti night! Th.s in the luck Mr. BuggH"! the excitement out ) .
just re ( V construction and i rI')i' ctnieu',
n ght to come: cut to the "Grove"end With the nomination
for the
of time! I'I
I I k'la.y was making everyone'sneirrco : a longer period Hojed will be studied with a view
r:e wnat cocking there "Prtient of the Week" falling thick
jumpy. High winds began And-Brownie! pulled a fast one toward effecting cconiriH.: : cf op
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Weather permitting er not, you'll and fact, we took a deep bT."thar.d
to whittle through the Elation lantniglit on UB, too. She went and done it nation and maintenance.
get a err( [ d e/lr htmib.iijjer made came up with Robert L. Connor I
at Cd30,, rcbcinng; a velocity; -got married that M; she is now The ) )cads
i }y ")'cur truly'. Time: U 1!>3(), long-term boarder from Ward following department
.,f :20; knota with gusts up to 30 Thursday 18 September, fella;, B-7 Connor) IB the local garbage Mia. Robert Aldndge and we will make up the board

k nota I to put thin slate CM year call'ndir. collector: and frequent Khip'a understand th will be leaving our ((1) Public Works U 4u'r.
Hut the station was icady to happy little before king to
group
CrJf'your firgctt an weather the gale Loose gear was with the weether mun. from Tampa, Florida, where he I become" one of "them thar civilians (3)) Superintendent rf Aviation
tied down and w-eure.ei, and insdot ; .
t Step right up, ladur and gentlemen will return after hill survey in tho I Training
.buildings furniture and equipment (end thet rntwns you nenr future Connor claims us hm Butch: Glover ha been behavingreal (4) Assembly and Repair Of-

I wero ccnteied: : in the middle of the too). St"p ritiiit; ever to the Recreation hobby, photography In a mild sort well lately-She doenii't want t fit er .,
r om!'*. Married military p"l'Sonlei I of to tail off that pedestal she! 's been 5 NA r-
fall M 'flay night, September way. When> asked If he were> ( > Representative; frti i
) were permitted to Ftav at 22, at Jt)0 for a little n fitt-crrnan or H game hunter. pieced! upon by an ardent admirer 'J'{" (to be depiyn-te-d: by
hone with their families! but nil I fun and frolic Mi Dcrrhkson Connor mid, "No, I'm already mar- Barb Dyer has moved again, Commanding Officer 01
them were confined to the stationIn rieel" He U'" a wonder she' can find NATTC
I from the tvr'vatic Army IJSO s. enlisted: 15 July JMI! )
ease they were. .needed.Aviation I t.ringinrbut etitc riainmrnt for and took hill boots at Norfolk her room when she cornea home In ((6)) Tie head of the Design
AM a hurry The elate" room are and Divisionof
you. Tit rim you mutter in. School at 1'ensacola and then Rngineerinf
V/ard B-7 hr;"; horn taken over spent 32 months in the Pacific. He getting quite a bit of use lately ( the Public Works IVlartment -

Wrist Watches and i' t rin(! run tiy n very capable hu a total of nine montha in thin partieH and everything Mary (Nonvoting

No Longer Supply Item f; commands the attention of patients States in im Sportfi to Con- something to ceJebrate. ). .

Aviation wrtet watches have iiurnco. cki:tc,rti acid visitors rior'n liking include water and I items old age in ereepuV up The senior officer will act an
I been dropped from the aviation nl'Kc Vart) refeir.to Mr. track His favorite type of rnurte IonWI'-- -or what' the excuse for chairman, the order stated Rod ho

'"V'P'y' system as an item of equlp- Nun; ; Dul" of the Hoi.tv! of Bun art Latin and light classics II* I not participating in the iporta will convene the board ft* nece:

r.l\l Om fjwmljr Officer, announced thin I't C'rrtlc. This! It:. \ :I'uluPtt'o- e of the GI school offer after I laid to) promote ? The) "Swim to call before it department boa .n
k., tiol fur t': : for a Grruilm is ho get out of the Navy. His ta for Fun Meet' in just a starter, and other personnel of NAG when
.. rrring to ASO Circular Lrt-. owned by U L. C' ruins who fell mediate piano are irtaiply to RO i b H wej've got to have better eo- it wan cteeqged advisable to obtaii.irtferimttion. .

%se Wo. 234, dated 28 Augitit' 1!>I7, heir' to I -PI \/."n u ii::'gicinn: left home and get a Job until a cd- ..bpMtton lor more fun! Come on, addJt1M1al .
: i 'Iin' 1, t to n in<'ml
IC'-1 p.irticiuc. Ce :Ub' -pnMr, Kuggn' convernvtion Ie hbi Invelgiwife b4 .. M njKywe can athrtW Y.. may [rave heard about tkdjo.lwt.

pqe until repairs are n quiredUm en th" T'r cl, r': c he H feel ron- to whom he hen been married Mast, a fat same of tldd1y- wife IN ItroAkiya wire

t'u..t: they must bo tumriljTORfy t'r-n.J; I', "I liniirtliuggv lit three rare cum the 31st of Wii&Jw, or marikihin' nine t.hfl wrote her hiesh nd, a iMtleut, aceuslag -
f d for 4bJIpc>Aitiou with :.' ,'' ..i. : tptiSit there ever thins month There are no rhifdrpnn swim Ntt"-va MaeLAin in known" him cf having ton much to,
A 'rtvlW mcnt.. vau, 1." ta::01.ic foods vary ac- the It. I* Connor family-y t. as ",()u cni.', ..nU with a few .U> with Violet Uay.Pogo .







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MOVIK8; Weekdays. -17JO and 3000; wt"t"k.f'I1di--IUI! and 2009.

'rv "SMOKY RIVER SERENADE THURSDAY" with P. Campbell.


DANCE, STATION BAND KUXAY Starts at 2030.
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SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
"CARNEGIE HALL", featuring Marsha Hunt.
MONDAY
e I "BLONDIE IN THE DOUGH" starring Penny Smglelo.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY

"DARK PASSAGE", featuring Humphrey Bogart.
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I "SPRINGTIME IN SIERRAS", starring Roy Roger,
Gala Party Is Staged Crowds

i JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
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By IATU At Timber Inn I decision Shows" mart at :20i11)_

THURSDAY AND FRIDAY .. ..
In the second bout of the eve "SINGAPORE," starring Fred McMurray.SATURDAY .
By \V. C. Nikovits, ACMM ning, Dick Eckmanian, 131, a fine .

The personnel of Instructors ATU No.9 enjoyed an prospect: for next year's boxing "SPRINGTIME IN SIERRAS". featuring Roy Rogers.

evening of fun and entertainment at the squadron party i team, took a uannimous decision SUNDAY
from' Aostin O'Brien. O'Brien had "KEY WITNESS" with John BeI!
held Friday at Timber Inn. The buffet
evening supper
i the courage, but Eckmanian had MONDAY AND 'TUESDAY.
(which included good old Navy baked beans) was the foundation the class. His long left Jab and "CARNEGIE HALL", starring Marsha Hunt.

for all the good beer that followed. Music by Raymond powerful rights kept Brlen on WEDNKSDAY ,

Taylor's: Colored Orchestra, had everyone going strong \ the defensive most of the bout, "BLONDIE IN THE DOUGH", featuring Penny* Singleton
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and he knocked his opponent out THURSDAY
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SRI] was Ideal not only for
slow numbers, Paul Jones, and in town Judges Mrs G. L. Bomfa, of the ring in the second round "DARK PASSAGE", with Humphrey Bogart.
the Jitterbug; Contest, but had ,, Lt. G. H. Robertson and C. W. with a vicious right to the body
everyone singing the old favorites'' Jenkins, Sic. narrowed the many The third fight was another OTHER EVENTS
before the- evening was over. I'i'I contestants down to two couples. crowd plea.er with Aaron Garcia,
Highlight of the party was the I,I I C. W. Birch. AMMSc and his.' 131, taking a unanimous decision BINGO PARTY-Every Wednesday: at 2000 at The Anchorage

drawing of the door prize" by Mrs. partner Miss Kathran Doll" Mad- from Bill Driscoll. Driscoll startedout MODEL, AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 4, BId,. 913, open 1OO"ZcoO.,
R. R Ht>ndrick, which was won dox, and J. M. Ortega S2c, and I fast and took the first round, Club meets. at 1900! Wednesdays.
by R. E. Layton S2('. Layton''' his wife The final decision was left but Garcia bided his time and in MODEL KACE CAR CLUB-Room 3, BJdg. 913. Meets at 1900)
ahould be on time,for all musters, up to the audience and Mr and the second setto took the play Fridays.
as the prize was a good lookin; Mrs Ortega were declared the> away from the heavier' boy. His PHOTOGRAPHY CLUBRoom 5, Bldg. 913 Meets at 1930
electric alarm clock winners The prizes included a solid punching and brilliant defense -i Thursdays.
The beer-drinking contest, fea- floating opal necklace for Mrs i gave him the next two I LINGSix alleys located in Mairuiide Recreation Bu+kUng
turing Lt. R. L. Temme, R. D. Ortega and a cigarette lighter I! rounds and the verdict. I No 3. Alleys open alt week from 1630 :o :21-id.

Blankenship ACMM, J. P. Duffy, equipped with a box of matches ,' The fourth battle of the evening BOXING For information reg-arlSinc-workouts, contact Lieut.
Sic and J. p Loftin S2(', had for-Mr Ortega 'I was easily the classiest of Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to llamside Mat t after
everyone on edge- The judges, Mrs, As everyone left, with not a the night Both Jim Regan and 1500.
G E. Fdrd B. B. Hyatt, AC tM, I drink remaining, they were heatdto Joe Steiner were ring wise and MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the' Reception Center, located in
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and R. J. Rodrigues.- S2(', decided I say, "Lets do. it. again soon! I they sparred for an opl"nlng.Vh"n the South wing of Building No. 953; is open to NAS personnel And
that Loftin (with his eight I they got one, they punched their guests from 1000 to 2200 dally Available for wedding receptions
glaaser of beer in thirty seconds- ) | A Navy wife HO applying for straight and clean. Regan got the by arrangement with Welfare Officer Combination radio-pho
should be the winner Chief Blank an apartment in nearby town. I nod over the taller Sterner- after nograph available for use of all hands
enship was a very close second i "1)o you owe any bark notice e three rounds of very good boxjng L1IJRARV'-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build
For a prize, the winner was awarded rent at your present addren, ?" I The fifth fight didn't go the distance ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
a tabllmod"lgar\ tte lighter inquired.. the landlord. I but while it lasted it was a from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
to assure his being "lit." I, "Oh things haten't' really been I thriller. Sol Zwirn 153 came out I SV'IJLMIND-outdour pools) Daily Monday through Saturday*
The high event of the evenln;? that bad," replied the Navy wife, of his corner like a tiger at the I 0800 to 1900; Sunday-1200 to 1900.
WSLS the* Jitterbug Contest which ""e had ni was better than any floor show tot' I he had at Bob Perkins, 162 But' day from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House Bathing
,----- -- ---_.- Zwirn tired himself out, and Perkins : trunks prohibited on Golf Course.

I YOU CAN'T WIN By Hough ; found the range after one I A <':IIOlt.-\Gt-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
I II If minute of the first round pound-,I Bards and uniform of the day), 17 JO to 2300. Located. south of Mason
''
.
ing Zwirn with looping lefts ani Field.

rights Early in the second round. Tt -Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-
Perkins opened a cutover Zwirn: tog Building No 7Jt>. .
ii eye and Lt Comdr Anthony J. Altl'lItaa'-Club, located in Bldg. 899, open daily from 1800to
Rubino stopped the bout. 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
But it was the sixth fight of the Everyone welcome.

night between Bil Dushene and 'UltSEnY-Sponsorea by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg, 1101.
Barney Gallagher that really Hours: Monday through Friday-0700 to 2100; Saturday-0700 to
brought the crowd to its feet Du 0100 Sunday. morning. Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one chill; 10 cants
shene stood a good foot taller than for each additional child; Card-$7 for one child; $2 for each addi-
f r his husky opponent and his reach tional child; Daily (for working mothers)-(1 from 0700 to 1800
could have kept Gallagher away
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4ex But the Irishman bouncing up and : mett in the semi-final bout of the
ii down like a rubber ball started to I 'Navy
r evening. Gillmett came out fa.tand
i + throw vicious haymakers and Du- !I i
Jabbed twice to the head. But,
shone was forced to go on the (Continued from Page 1))
b3 defensive At times, Gallagher's on his third attempt, he droppedhis :
I Technology, also heaped praise! ou
wild swings would carry him off guard and Torres caught him this activity. "This unusual opportunity -
his own feet and he would crash: I with a right to the jaw. Gillmett i' to see the Naval Aviation
to> the canvas. But he would getup I'
"
and all This went down for a three count but I School in operation, she said,
start over again. ,
kent on for three rounds and when- ': got up only to walk head on Intoa and"gave to us a much better concept
I| understanding of and a far
4 :< was over Gallagher got the nod vicious right. lie staggered half-
greater pride in the extensive and
'I'II
I r'.m the judges way around the ring and collapsed tine training program that Naval
The seventh bout saw Joe Mar-
7r
the I Aviation is offering to its traineesfor '
on
ropes.
Ants tin. 157, win his second fight in as
The final bout of the night was successful careers in the Navyor .
many smokers when he took the
4t between two big colored heavyweights in future civilian life"
verdict
from Bill DeCoulos The
Jim Fuel, a tackle on the I I 1 .
stocky Martin had very good form I
bobbing and weaving and landing colored football team, took on II -
I\ Bevel and out with I Begin
Tommy came
hard blows to the head and body.
DeCouIos tried hard but he walked I a unanimous decision Bevel could i -
\ t4 into a hard right cross in the not solve the heavier boy's south- (Continual from PIt. 'eI)

second round and was dropped for paw style and, in addition, Fu'.'1kept I drop VO ATU this afternoon, they
hard lefts to the
a count of seven. From then on, landing will be forced to enter a. play-off
head. Though Bevel put up a game
Martin had! complete control.It .
I took Johnny Torres lust 43 battle, the verdict was never in :I similar to one in the senior loop.

second to finish off Buddy Clil* doubt. I It, too, will be a two-out-e>Mhree

,--- settee,
---- ------------ game

8 In the all-Important second half
,
I
51
Jones, SI ScOOp VO ATU defeated the Marines, but
II i the leathernecks gained sweet re-
I \'engrecently when they shut-out
the VO nine, 70.

n btr Finals' To Be At Power Want

I The station finals will be stagedat

the Power Plant diamond, but
dates for the tournament have not
been announced as yet Also undo-
I tded i is whether or not the championship
E i I gameR will be under the

brevity r I arcs or at 1630. ,
I The winners will receive a trophy .

I and each mtmber of the winning -
nine will be awarded gold
softballa The losers will not bo

forgotten, either, and each one of
r1Atk.0u its team member will receive silver -.
NSs .
softball charms ,

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Editorial Office enormous trust ,that ( )

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Telephone Extension 8184 boy from Oklahoma ; the

? Arthur ftL Greene Editor Texas ; the city boy ; .
,
the men from all the !
me JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the callings of this life.
U. 8. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville. Florida and
from civilian life asks
printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at ,
no expense to the government and in compliance binds it with an oath to

with BecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 De- you in a uniform, and

cember 1945.: Copies are distributed free of chargeat you as one of her own.
the Naval Air Station the Naval Air Technical
Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval part of'the Navy-you
Air Advanced Training Command Headquarters ot Consider how casually 1

the Seventh Naval District Naval Auxiliary! Air ilege of being able to

station Cecil Field the Naval Air Gunnery Range unchallanged through th

And the U. S. Naval Hospital.Rear of the Navy And why
Admiral DarUon
Commandant Seventh Ralph Naval District good looking? Because )'
Chief of Naval' Air Advanced Training fluence ? Because you

Captain! Herbert S. Duckworth. USN Commanding old Squeedunk? Not at a

Jacksonville Naval' Air Station I wear the uniform of the I w still I IL

CaJ.ta1a Jules F. Schumacher, USN.' Commanding You are somebody.With .
Naval Air Technical Training Center
people '
many ,
Captain S. M. Shear (MO USN. CommandingU.
S. Naval Hotpital and power go to the I
stand prosperity. Being I / / /
Captain F. W. Pilestman, USNR. CommandlDC'Naval ,
Air Reserve Training Unit that you are in

Lt. CcJ. T. C. Moore, Jr., USMC. Commanding ,formation that is by \\\ .

Marine Barrack knowledge. Some men H, '"._-r .
XX Comdr. Neil Avery USN O-In-C that frame of mind I '
i Naval' Air Gunnery Rang exemplified by the I \\' do 3on know the girls are in there getting a Ian with
"
Captain C. S. Cooper USN. Commanding boy who lords it over lamp? .
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Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil held
cause he is in I ,.,

Capt.Mr Alexander in. Aviation M. Detachment lleurn USMC they do not have. "I Commercial tiLe (I'T

don't know !
you -n-n-yeh
Toe JAX AIR NEWS receives Ship'a) Editorial Association ma.terlal. .
Republication of credited matter prohibited without said another word, it Bulletin
permission of SEA, Washington 25, D. C. Republication of any evident that there is
other matter except by service publications is prohibited
without permission of Editor, JAX AIR NEVV's.Ship's : should be looked into. : will be accepted. until
has been<< tilled but not later
A closed mouth never <<100 Tuesday. };\t. 8230.

trouble ; on the contrary, SALE
PatronsRecent FOR
Service
more than one man in .., roll coupe. Alto 4* horsepower"
I changes in the rules and regulations governing utation of being very Cub. J. C. Hernborm ACMM,
No. 10, ext. 659.
authorized patrons of Ship's Service Stores -Courtesy machine, good condition: price:I MAHAN ON SEA POWER by
curtail some of the privileges formerly granted ... mSA Hancock. .M? NAS.: William E. Livezey is e thorough
Naval Reserves. In order to clarify the matter of I Joseph Jaslelum .:st. Bl73.: study of the writing of America's
who is authorized to make purchases at Ship's Service -- I of furniture, good,condition. great naval biographer and prophet -
; 32060 Blur St., lJt''e i'ark
activities the JAX AIR NEWS is publishing Alfred T. Mahan. The book '

below U. S. Navy Ship's Service Store Regulations Univex camera 3.5 I.ril. good contains an excellent biographical
1 June 1947 and change number one dated 8 September condition. Also 2,9 horsepower chapter, chapters on Mahan as an
1947 Section 3, Paragraph 301: outboard motor 41 model in historian Mahan's sea power doc-
condition. See at
The following persons are authorized to make Tleu s running St. Phone 74920. Hartley. trine, the doctrine's acceptance
purchases and receive services from Ship's Service Stores upon presentation of proper identification: Mrs. Carr. the United States. This is a schol-
sedan! I excellent condition. arly volume devoted for the most
a. Navy. Officers and enlisted personnel of
Henri bldg.: 545 ext S309.
to of Mahan's ideas
the Navy, active or retired; of the Naval Reserve bed with springs and mattress, part analyses
active or in a retired pay status; of the Fleet Re table. $10. baby b s.inette, li. on such topics as strategic inter-
NO '
Cumberland Roud. Durand, ext ests in the Caribbean Hawaii the
erve, on active or inactive duty; members of the
Nurse Corps, active or retired; retired emergency "Much study is a and mattiess, plus baby Philippines, and the Far East.
officers; and the dependents of all officers and The inspired Preacher said All in good condition. 8538A hlah'l ROCKETS AND SPACE TRAVEL -
personnel.b. 1. ., Dewey furk. A. is a revised and enlarged edi
students would block, stucco
agree room concrete
Naval Reserves 1. Limited tion of Willy Ley's earlier bookon
: Ship's Service with brteneway and attached gn-
privileges may be granted to Naval Reserve personnel led. The Preacher wasn't Tile bath hardwood", floor tile the future of flight beyond the
during the day on which they are in train- tion. At least, not drainb }lions only four ,
ing status, while attending drills or when performing Education is not merely ". two-U-mp refrigerator and eludes discussions on atomic energy
trainingduty on the station. Limited privileges to on Information II,1'r'S range oitionul, at extra radar, submarine rockets,
defined go Utterback. Phone 26409. rockets in World War II, Hitler'sexperiments
are as authorizing purchases from the following -
how to convertible. Twelve months old.
departments: I! knowing fly a plane perfect condition. Good buy at Peenemunde, the
A-l Confection and Food Products. or milk a cow. How : :;. L. Set-bach, ext. 415. rocket airplane the space rocket
.A-2 Tobacco Products come doing just that .., baby scale small maple and the work of the late Dr. Walter -
See L. S. Smith ACMM AfU
H. Goddard. .
E-1 Uniform and Uniform AccessoriesE2 I wouldn't ask a I, Hangar 140.
Men's Accessories I(uniform shirts, ties, tell me where to from sewing machine, bumper One of the most interesting of
go 1335A Randolph St., NAS. E. E.
the
belts, socks and shoes only) I American Folkways Series is
find that in
J-1 Barber Shop any K-l Tailor Shop has not special training practically stew. C. H. Horn, COUNTRY, written by George
K-4 Fountain and Snack Bar I problem of evil. His Road. Haley's Trader Palmer Putnam. This is an anec-

M-3 Vending Machines. tored-up books won't tell of gold damask drapes, 48 Inch dotal, informal history "of the
Limited privileges do not include issuance of complete with rods. Contact fabulous? piece of land in eastern
crooked bookkeeping.There Cooper, ext. 808 or phone 8-1018. California-the lowest driest hot-
courtesy cards or special order privileges.Naval
was a lettered box good condition |20; man's test place in America." This region -
}1S, Mrs. Chanh. phone 4-
Reserve personnel, on training duty for
ridor in school first discovered by United
my days :
periods> longer than one day, are extended all priv-
house broken. 3206B Blair States pioneers one hundred years
ileges with the exception of issuance of courtesy Lord is the beginning of Dewey Park. Donaldson ago is described by an author

.cards and special order privileges wasn't big enough to add St.,, NAS.practically J. A. new.Bolda Had 8 who has a keen appreciation of its

c. Marine Corps. Officers and enlisted person- verse : "A good Elgin outboard motor used about colorful past.
nel of the Marine Corps active or retired; of the that do His .; rod with Peen-Pur reel tac If like
you a stirring sea story
with assorted plugs and tackle.
Marine Corps Reserve, active or in a retired pay what Moses meant when 190. F. S. Osborne. ext. 275. a rousing tale of adventure, cr a
status; members of the Fleet Marine Corps Reserve washing machine, $30. Can be true account of the profits and
on. active or inactive duty; retired emergency and understanding people 1317A Randolph M, iSA.S. aflei perils of whaling, read LOGBOOKFOR

officers; and the dependents of all of such and do the statutes of bedroom. suite inner-apring GRACE, by Robert Cushman

officers and personnel. understanding is to be ., 'box springs maple bed, coil Murphy. This is the story of a

I d. Coast Guard. Officers and enlisted person is really educated until he felt., mattress suit,, two-piece royal year-long voyage 1912-1913 takenin
platform
room rocker
{ nel of the Coast Guard active or retired; the Coast mandments. Therefore it floor lamp table lamp four- the Whaling Brig Daisy by the
Guard Reserve, active or in a retired pay status; set, odd chest of drawers, author who was at that time a
and the dependents of all such officers and personnel specify Christian machine. 3409B Ellyson St., young naturalist. The book is based
Such education Park. Gunt never Norge refrigerator, $195. Miss journal he kept as .
e. Army. Officers and enlisted personnel of the Chaplain ext. 32:% Trouble Desk. I record of his voyage for his wife,
Army active or retired; of the National Guard and "8" four-door sedvn. Re. the voyage taking him from the

Army Reserve Officers on active duty; retired be made. Ship's Service Chief, good Budge tires hop may take 306, equity A&R I West Indies by a roundabout rout
emergency officers; and the dependents of such to this class of patrons only Sunderland Road after 1600. to South Georgia. It is a wonder
officers and .personnel.I. Service Store is maintained at silver plate, service ful sea yarn
Public Health Service. Officers of the Pub- cility where the patient is 610. $50. Lt. Blevins ext. 8400 A book to delight fight fans is

lic Health Service active or retired; Reserve Officers hou" trailer. Has. been WITHIN THE ROPES by Harold
.
of the Public Health Service on active duty; ment.k. Disabled Veterans reconditioned throughout Rice. It is a blow-by-blow account

and the dependents of such officers.g. officers and enlisted men of Also Camp small, furnished cottage in$450.Air:Fhilco Iluse of heavyweight championship!

Coast and Geodetic Survey. Commissioned rine Corps or Coast Guard who $60. Has been in line bouts from the 18th century to the
Officers Ships' Officers, and members: of the crews and who are receiving care in four months. Inquire in 20th. Another one for all sports
of vessels of the Coast and Geodetic Survey on ac- in the form of an attendant Air Base Trailer Camp. Ask for fans is Irving T. Marsh's collection

tive duty, and their dependents.h. Veterans' Administration or uniforms, including set of blue of BEST SPORTS STORIES
Lighthouse Service. Officers and crews of or aide is a relative and of whites: also net of chief I OF 1946.

Lighthouse Service vessels light keepers and depot through increased allowances Sue: 38 Practically new. All --- --- _.
--
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; 2708 -
:keepers of the Lighthouse Service and their de for this purpose. Mrs. Martens Cherry wood Road. Phone Mixer Scott. five months old name Is

pendents. 1. Red Cross. Uniformed FOR KENT forky. H05 Allegheny I't. NAB Mrs.
J. '\Vlc.lowVidows: who have not remarried.of American Red Cross on I k. otii-dibU. :at: 448

the following personnel: deceased officers and signed to duty only.m. hate every part convenience of nice home, cooking Best I
enlisted men of the Navy Marine Corps and Coast Ship's Service. Civilian privileges if desired One
Guard on active or retired list, officers of the Naval Service Stores. Privileges of NAS bun and two city busses. e

Marine Corps or Coast Guard Reserve who died shall be limited to the Ship's 2-15U.. with Mrs private Began.bath In private
In line: of duty while on active duty retired emer- they are employed. 2747 Riverside Ave, Phone 2-
gency officers of the Navy and Marine Corps, and n. Recreation Fund and Botly.
members of the Fleet Reserve and Fleet Marine agents of legally constituted tarnished, cooking priv At the Road Station Chapels, Dtrmlnhsia 4\
KRIHKC and telephone, convenient and Msstin Avene!! "-.1
Corps Reserve who were transferred thereto from authorized agents of 1028 Danrjr. Phone 20908. J. Pretsntant .
the Regular Navy and Marine Corps upon completion purchases for such messes OMO-NATTC Service-Chaplain; A. a
of 16 to 20 years' service.j. The privileges are \ In Riverside for young. Navy Boyer.
Have to share kitchen.\ Ander 1045-Onernl Worship Service-
Hospitalized Veterans. Honorably discharged pendents: 3f service personnel 262. lain K L. Albert
office and enlisted men of the Army Navy, Marine personnel are on duty at WANTED Cathell
Corps or Coast Guard who are being cared for where dependents are residing. 0700-Matt.
Stockton and Park to Maiiu;; 0900-Mas*.
and me receiving: medical treatment from the Pub- Navy and Marine Corpa ., !\C>4Ilr. 0800 to 1630. E. 1100-Mas*.
Jle Health Service or the Veterans Administration if such dales will adversely ., eat 692.LOST An Outdoor Nursery for small children
while undergoing such care and treatment, except of merchandise and services ) and l Ie maintain. 'between ..-.#
1200.t
,that purchases of articles of the uniform may not Corr" personnel.! with- whit spot wider )T>U.









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18 September 1947 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five ;

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.. 1 LTETC J : I CHECKING STEAM EQUIPMENT'
_. __ .. t, .." .......... .. .. ,_ Employees Needed At: i

, . :i L-W -- Puerto Rico And CubaA


DoroA&R E r' l 44 number of vacancies now ex ,
Acce rlefl DlvI lon_ by s 1st at the NOB, Guantanamo Bay, .
thy M. Williamson Those who II FI Cuba, and the Tenth- Naval District '"Pa

travel the road of matrimony atone up and got married a short while Headquarters, San Juan, l
time or another usually meet back Puerto Rico.
up with those welcome hitch-hik Congratulations, Danny I
The jobs at Guantanamo include
Jo
ers to keep the "ole home flrea Jordan said she has a bad
I Civil and Safety Engineer. P-3:
habit of looking Into people's
burning. Charlie Carr of the In- eyes '
$5187 per annum). Senior Training -
tnunent Shop, and the Mrs. are and studying them. Let us know if j' Supervisor at $5437.50 per
you find deep secrets lying
the lucky ones in this case. A littie within.Lt. any I annum; Fiscal Accounting Clerk
I;tJ girl. Congratulations, you two. I CAF-4, at 2992.50 per annum;
Mr. Butch went a long ways to (jg) W. R. Squire, Assembly I and Clerk Stenographer, CAF-3,
take a bathVm his vacationtoHot Division No. 1 Officer, has been ,, at $2710.35 per annum. The position -
Springs, Arkansas. i transferred back to Flight Test I at San Juan is for a Stenographer -
We are beginning to wonder whywe
Reporter, CAFat
Lena Geddings happens to be can't officers.
keep our
one of those lucky people who have $3776.25 per annum.
I
An old timer of the division, Lt Persons transfer
a new house to live in. Sure hope b desiring to any
she gives a house warming with (jg) A L. May, comes to visitus of the positions at Guantanamo

some of that "Southern Comfort." quite often. He mentioned Lt I should submit standard form 57,
Mr. Lewis of the landing gear W. C. McCrary who was In the in duplicate, to the Industrial Relations

''t ,J : hop Is away from this lovely place ,, hospital quite some time but ia } Officer, NOB, GuantanamoBay
4'l
en his vacation. You know I bet ndw out and will be retired from Navy No. 115, c/o Fleet P.
he misses the "ole Joint." the Navy around the 1st of Octo O-, New York, N Y. via official
ber. Many of you people know Lt i
Jones channels of this station. For the
"Granny" still has birthdays McCrary well, as he was our Di 'position at San Juan applicants
they say, but how can
you vision Officer about
a year ago should submit standard form 57,
.
get; younger all the time?
and a darn good one at that. in duplicate, to the Commandant
.W* We are sorry to see Thorn and The easiest man to find in the Tenth Naval District Headquarters -

-flB 'Green leave us, but we- wish them hangar is Marion Moss and that San Juan, Puerto Rico, al%.')
tr the best of luck on their future head of red hair. It glows in the via official channels of this station .-

adventures. I dark, and you can't help but spot ,
New if a man named Purcell him. Is that good or bad, Marion ? : Only male applicants will ba
I comes around to inspect the shop, Harvey S. Royal is back with us L considered for positions in Guanta-
j 1 you'd better watch him, as his eye- again after a long stay in Rochester I ramo Further information and
; night is bad. lie can't tell the difference Minnesota. hope you are );- necessary forms may be obtained
between brown and black, feeling much better. It's nice ha' from the Industrial Relations Department -
,
'. and yellow and white. ing you back with the gang. in Bldg 450.
Engine' O\'erhaul-by Carl W. I : 1 >
Did
you ever go around and say
i you were with your brother-in- Player-Ah ha! Fooled you, didn'twe .- "" -......, ..,.-- -.-
law list night, that you drank ? Thought you were rid of us, DURING TIlE SHUT-DOWN OP I'OWER Plant No 2 the entire INSIDEPUBLIC
ribs and ate beer? That's didn't you? Well, no such luck.
spare
burden of furnishing steam for the station has fallen on Power
I what M. Pinholster of the electric Just gave you a few weeks rest. No. located WORK'S
Plant 1, in Bldg. 104 In order to provide this service, the
Jhop says. Pretty convincing, isn't Now we will bend your ear again. Plant has four water-tube, oil fired, automatic, combustioncontrolled -
J i It ? While looking around for some boilers. To insure trouble-free operation of the system, A. T. I Jennie Kopec of Transportation
": Plant Dh'h.ion--by Walt Tlet- of our favorite "subjects" to write Hall, engineman, tests a new diaphragm he installed on the feed reports that Louise Bragg enjoyedher
('hcr._The Plant Division is losing about this week, we found that water pump control valve.WIip short v\-ation in Georgia: ,
Ji
they had all faded out on us Mar- very much. The TransportationSection
two employees from the office, i
garet Ward, Lovie Clark, and -
several
is was sorry to learn that S.
to Per-
Willingham
; Willy going I
4 ecnnel and June Hunter will other of our uhsuspectlngtargets InspectingThe L. Thompson's brother was killed<<
in for the 3 "R's"-reading, 'rit-go of the past have left !:f / in an electrical accident. <( because of reduction re-I not
t 1' Jng and 'rithmetic. We'll miss you cently an employee of this station.)
I force. Another old standby It is hoped that Guy Pittman
and wish you success. We have I =
name has filled many an empty will soon be able to return to
two new employees, Malita Payne LUESJ
I space in this column, Flora Moore, Inspectors : work. He has been out with three
and Donna like
Rigsby. Hope
f you r
has moved to Oak Ridge, Tennessee I broken ribs.
1 ... It here, girls. where she is now employed i IV By HELEN BURNETTE: I In the Housing Section, Barbara
1 I
We of Plant Engineering have \
by the Atomic Energy Commission Remember Eleanor: Adams, Faulkner says they are so
; tettled into our delightfully cool Which reminds us that Van clerk-typist in the Interim Inspec- busy they haven't had time to
NEWS ITEM: The following AP
,1 j mezzanine and like it fine. It u'as Zant would really be in foul shape I tion Office ? She and hubby "Bob" ,! think of any news items, but
l' kind of dark here for a few days now if it weren't for the valuable : newspaper clipping, quoted verbatim are happy to announce the birth i: Howard Rutledge just returned

'1/ with only a few scattered lights. services of the very efficient Mild I was pinned to Accounting's of a baby boy, September 5th. ,, from a vacation in North Carolina.
Now the situation has changed red Smith and a newcomer of the bulletin board last week: Congratulations to you both! Says he had to come back to workto
J with the addition of many new Jane Russell type, Thelma (Mrs.) rest up. It is hard to understand
I "Washington, Aug. 11, (AP) J. R. Bishop has returned froma
,1 ones, and it's almost like daylight Bain. why Rut, who is from Georgia
Before the new light bulbs were The Veterans' Administration, three-week leave spent in Miami, I
t Speaking of Mildred Smith's efficiency went to North Carolina on a vaca
, f added, Paul Carmen came to work she recently took an examination alarmed at the way its workers Cuba, Key West, and points South II tion.
(unknown). We know had an
.< one morning wearing" his spectacles (Just in case) for clerk- rush to quit work at I 5 o'clock, told enjoyable time, Bishop.. you That sun In the Design Division, Connie
'I "Eye; strain, he said typists, given by the Duval Coun- Hecht and Lecy "Engaged'; Den-
them to take it easy. A memoran- tan really speaks for itself.
i( Mr. Sawyer went abroad toi ty Civil Service Board and, with mark collaborated on the news and
Georgia last week end but his forty other girls in the competition, I dum from Francis Dryden, assistant Wonder why Sara refused the i report that Jim Bailey is the very

'f I passport expired before he had she obtained th< top-ranking markof administrator, _cited three recent invitation to go to Miami this past proud papa of a 9 Ib. 10 oz. girl.
time to be elected to any official 91.74. Congratulations, Mildred. cases or employees knockeddown week-end? wow( !) Merle Crumley was explaining that

t capacity, E G. Wolff has made quite a and injured in the corridors The James H. Days were hosts ]| the laundry ironed a piece of red
-( Personnel and Administration reputation for himself with his and added 'Most of this running to a large number of friends lead in his pocket and made a
; by Dot ickfJn-Lt. (jg) Sweat recent catches of large drum, downat occurs within two or three min- urday night, the occasion mark that looked like lipstick. :Mr.
went home on leave last week to Fulton. Nell Drake also distinguished utes of closing time. Employeesdash house-warming in their lovely sat-I Van Wagenen, standing nearby,
be with her mother who had an himself a couple of from their places of work home: on Marquette Avenue. said "it looks like Navy red tapeto
operation. We all wish her a speedy weeks back by contributing to a headed for the nearest exit. Fre- Whatsamatter, Marable, can't me." Dot Nassiff has transferred -

recovery. string of whiting so long.that they quently they slip and fall. They you straighten up your own desk from the Public Works File
Johnnie Williams has gone on used a motion picture camera to catch their heels on stair treads. "Dub" Smith is trying to get Room to the District Fire Engi-
leave to toll the wedding bells on photograph them. They bump into others. Injuries the gang interested in another neer's Mr.( Sutton) office.
18 September. Sophia Geleneau is I Wonder if the long, sad faceon result.' Dryden's memorandum also party. So far he isn't having much In the Ad Building Helen Davie
t pinch-hitting in her place. Lots Jane Smith could be due, in any cautioned the employees against luck. How about joining forces Johnson returned to work Tuesdayand
of luck, Johnnie. I way, to the recent transfer of a putting pins or paper clips in their with him and let's get a real partyin was presented with a pressure
Lt (jg) Spahr has been on certain chief to Banana River? mouth, leaning back too far in the making. For my part, Chief cooker by members of the Public
emergency leave because of illness Fellow came into the office a swivel chairs, and sitting on wastebaskets M. O. Hughes would make a jim- Works Department as a weddinggift.
in the family. Hope every- few days ago holding his stomach ." dandy leader to get things lined Some of the boys told Helen
thing Is okay now. and asking for sick leave. Seems I! BRICKBATS AND BOUQUETS: I she could also do her laundry In

"Pappy" Warren was on the he had eaten some rabbit for din- Mrs. Sheffield, our favorite nurse I up.We are all wondering just '.ow the cooker. The department is gladto
.ick list. Seems that his heart ner the night before and was havIng I. in Supply, celebrated her thirty- long Bob Gaines can keep going welcome back one of its former
and are in the wrong considerable abdominal sixth members Clara Martin
esophagus pain. wedding anniversary a coupleof : without who
J' l' getting sleep ?
1 ,. '"' place. After all he went through Sounds like a case of .hare today, days ago. Her children and a any transferred from District Supply
"j to see what the trouble was, I bet groan tomorrow. host of friends dropped by that day It's rumored around that Stanko, to District Contract Section.
that his imagination is really ending Speaking of sick leave, Joe Dun- to offer their congratulationsand Zeringue, and"Land sure like the Maintenance reports that A. E.
a lot of aches and pains. can informs us that his shop to admire the string of pearls Georgia "gals. Hartley of the Electrical Shop 1*
Welcome back to Personnel, ((1332)) has not had any sick leave her husband gave her for the occasion Sandy, Schinaman, and Johnsonare thoroughly convinced that "you
Miss Willingham. charged to it in the past three Jack Hillenbrand of the supplementing their pay just can't have everything." He
Dorris White is back after a months. Now that strikes us as Print Shop recently bought a percolator checks by digging post holes. Sure- covered his rounds on a bike for
vacation. Seems that the vacation somewhat of a record, consideringwhat with wheels and advises all II ly comes in handy, doesn't it, fellows more than a year, pedalin anal:
was too much for Doris, as she laborious and nervewracking feminine pulchritude that, in accordance ? puffin' around the base. Then he
was a sick gal for a few days. Mr. work a machinist has to do- with the cartoon prominently Jamie, did you have a good timein was issued a motor scooter. His
Quina is really beaming since his turning switches off and on and I displayed in the Print Shop, town last Saturday night ? pleasure soon turned to sorrow,
secretary is back. pushing little levers. (IIr the Un- they are welcome to go riding with Bill McCormick reports that he however as the pounds began to
f. Ask Jean Snowberger why she ion reads this, I'm only kidding) I him any time Whoever draws and his wife had a wonderful timein reappear. So, if Mr. Hartley looks
;7t t ,.! got a questionnaire blank about Engineering Dh'lslon-by FredE. Hartley Steeves' name for Christ- I Texas while on leave. unusually eager-beaverish as you
., the clerk's examination. Seems as Clyne-We don't know how, but I mas, please note: He likes lolli- Rumors have it that E R. Hag- see him pedaling his bike around
d' ,. though everyone who took the ex- last week's column was mixed up. pops, small size. He was seen sev- erty, big football star, is back in these days, it's because he's puff
," am came through with flying colors Anyway, the bowling season is the eral times last week munchingsame circulation again. Watch out, you ing away those six pounds which
,"" : I sport that's just coming into the Ella Eppler seems to be gals! the "motor scooter" days added.
'r ;' 'f": Chester, our messenger in the spotlight, not golf. The opening the only girl on the NAS civilian Al Hays is counting the days on Good question for discussion
11 rt.' mail room, has been transferred date for league play is in Oc ferry now In case you didn't his fingers. His enlistment will be what did George Clarke do with
F :(,; to Aviation Training. Surely will tober. Come on, fellows, let's have know, that cement block-house adjacent up pretty soon and Hays says it's the armload of diapers he w&S
4', '. miss you. We want to welcome some moral support this year for to the east side of Building civilian life again for him. seen wandering around the base
aboard Bill Jones who is taking our team. You know the engineerswere 111 (labeled Building 129)) is the ------, --- with the other day ?
.. J his place. the champions last year. water purifier for the station, or "ah". The boys in the Electric Shop
n!j.i:.. Chief Jack Hamner has gone to Say, did Foy Howard ever tell one of them, at least That white Bill Roundtree, the AllAmericanBoy can't get over the fact that W. A.
.1 ti'{y .; Charleston to take over new du- :you about the time the Admiral sand-looking stuff they pour in is off on hfs military toot for Finch quit talking for five whole
'. ties. Lots of luck, Jack gave him a pipe for Xmas? You've from freight cars in such great two weeks with the Navy R. minutes the other day after the
.:. Assembly DUIslon by I. D. probably seen him smoke that big quantities is pure salt F. Ray W. McNeilly, report his associates, cable accident!
nom'bard The stork has done incense burner. Well, anyway, Forrest is becoming an expertor is busy getting ready to shove off "Gabby" King, Colonel "Mint "
two fine jobs for our division this that's it. (Just kiddin', Foy) it's at least experiencedfurniturefinisher in a coupla weeks, his transfer being Julep" Rountree, and Puddin' Murray -

;r1Jt(: week First, Dewitt H. Green became a good-looking pipe.) purchasing and redoing a official now Doris Fitzpat- spent an enjoyable day at Ft.
i-il'f. ;' the proud papa of a baby Caroline (Steady) Howell was great deal of the articles for his rick reports to the hospital Sep George Inlet last Thursday fish
't ". girl. Her name is Linda Faye. Sec- singing the "Prisoner's Song" last new apartment which, it is un- tember 18th for a nasal operation. ing. They were soaked (and you
ond, Chief C. E. Kidd became daddy week. Maybe with a little more derstood, is a size smaller than the She'll be there, at St. Vincent's, can take that anyway you like)
.. to a baby girl, also, named help you could be out in "Eleven Pentagon Brother Tom For- about two weeks You'll be gladto before the morning was over but
Nancy Elizabeth We all want to More Months and Ten More Days." rest'a Ford turned out to be a know that Lillian Ward, in Shipping said it sho' was fun. Carter Davis

congratulate both of you on such Caroline, you know that the foot- Plymouth (we learned it too late who has been seriously ill typewriter repairman, wasn't
splendid production. And thanksfor ball season starts this week-end. to rectify). Sometimes our sourcesof for BO long in St. Vincent's, is satisfied to get wet by the rain
those cigars, chief. Margie You've heard of the "Man or information are a leetle faulty, slightly improved. But the "no Friday but had to fall in the St.
Ockman said she would amok@ Mouse" situation, I imagine? but not often. The Ford is still in visitors" sign is etill out for awhile Johns to complete the job. He says!
JO"i. ." one of them on such a great oc- Charlie Hoard is about to get Tom's future yet. It's a little early for the fish was so big that it pulled
casion. We all want to see that, the ,"old squeeze play." It seemsas Word-wise: For uniform pronunciation Christmas shopping, ,unless you'rean him in, but Hank flays .he thinks
I Maiglel I though he decided that he was of a coined word, gay eager-beaver, but Walter .Rodgers the, real'reason: }s! the fact that
axe: understand our yellow-haired single long enough. How...bout a -"Slah-ga" for Scloga. Don't bound 1 1a has a nice assortment of Carter too, has. switches'! to Col-

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SAX AIR NEWS II SKV AWARD I Graduation Of First ....,.

1aTAV1.L AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER Av. Storekeepers. hSchool

Captain Jul.. F Scliu /
CumuII.ndiDIl I ClasV' (

Commander Robort P. Bwbe, USN On :5 September 1917 the first
Executive:
class of twelve students ot the .

Lt. Commander J. W. Williams. USN Naval School, Aviation Storekeeper
Public Information i Officer,
Advisor to Jax Ait New. Class "A" graduated ftt Ova

Air Technical Training
Naval
,Editorial Office for NAT1C Section R'Joxna 1ST and 111.
Administration Buitdint 5U0-A. Tel. Kit.: ZOS. Center, Jacksonville, Florida.

Editor The graduation of this claaa
Arthur T. Koutaoaikollt. Sl. marks a new milestone in tho

N..nwrltotr. training of Aviation's Supply Personnel
.
Robert J. Wchllnt., SUAH 'I first
as these men are the :

Photographs ire official U. S Navy Photn raphi marla b, NAS products of Class "A" Aviation
Pnoto Lab and Av. Fund School Photo Lab union* otherwi.e cr iit.
1 in the United States Navy.
I A Class "A" School is tor the purpose -
'I of indoctrinating and training?
,
non-rated and non-experienced enlisted -
1! personnel in the basic skills : fc: ',
.
and requirements of a rate. 5
The Aviation Storekeeper Class >,1''

"A" course consists of 14 weeks *
of intensive study and practical
-,.. work. The curriculum covers all
phases of Aviation Storekeeper *. .
; ; ; work office and storeroom, ashore '
and afloat. :
It is intended that graduates of: :
I this. school shall, with the minimum -

MOVIE SCHEDULE | of actual experience after 1
i I graduation, be thoroughly capablo !
NATTC of handling arty billet in aviation
'I supply normally assigned to a /second -
Tit UI sn.\BEDELIA A. starring Margaret Lockwood and Ian or third class aviation storekeeper -
Hunter. Shows at 1730 and 2015
Before the only Bureau
: : : .
: of availableto .
approved
course study
FRIDAY AND SAT'RDAY-THE YEARLING, with Gregory I.k
Peck and Jane Wyman. Shows at 1730 and 2015 on Friday, 1400, 1T30 Aviation Storekeeper: has been
i Class "C", also located at NATTO
and 2015 on Saturday.SUNU.tYTHE .
Jacksonville. This course was essentially -

OTHER LOVE starring Barbara Stanwyck and -- -- .. .a- a "conversion" course for
DaviJ Niv n. Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2015.:>> CAPTAIN JULES }1. SCHUMACHER, USN, Commanding Officer experienced General Service Storekeepers
of the Naval Air Technical Training Center Jacksonville, Flor- and General Service( store-
MONDAY AND TUKM>AY-SINGAPORE, with Fred MacMur- ida, presents the certificate of Graduation from the Naval School, keeper Class "A" School graduates -
My and Ava Gardner Shows at 1730 and 2015.WEUNESUAY Aviation Storekeeper Class A to (Coleman F Nee, Sic. USN. .
class Nee hails The class "C" School is a ill -
Honor Man of the first graduating from South operating
; SPRINGTIME IN THE SIERRAS, with Roy
Boston, and here will pending the antic ipated
upon leaving report to Quonset Point Rhode
Rogers and Jane Frazee. Shows at 1730 and 2015.
Island for duty. early establishment of a. new Clare .
-- -- -- -- "B" School. However, the entrance -
THURSDAY-KEY WITNESS. starring John Beal and Trudy
Marshall.. Shows= at 1730 and 2015.Yellow: --------------1 requirements have been
I Whose letters begin with "Hon somewhat stiffened The Class C
I ey, just to l let you know I love you I school is an 8 weeks course of Instruction -
Water I and need $10." ( Big hint: He's ,
short on hair too.) Men ordered to the Aviation

THURMHY SHOW iTCeneuir Storekeepers School are returnedto
the Command from which
I Here's to a long life and a theyare
"ltID.AlU S.Tunu.YLURED, starring George Sanders merryone received unless made available
and Lucille Ball. ; by their Command to the Bureau
A quick death and an easy one; of Personnel
SUN D.VY-BEDELIA, with Margaret Lockwood and Ian Hunter A pretty girl and a loving one; J I

l\fONU.\Y AND TUESDAY-THE YEARLING, starring Gregory A cold bottle and another one. "I hear you've been doing( "101"1'\4'
Peck and Jane Wyman.WEDNESDAYTHE. iee thing about your stuttering/ have
I I Soft Ih.nt'W love telU!' his. lies! you ntnpped yet ?"
OTHER LOVE, with Barbara Stanwyck. And :Ah he tells them writ; "Peter Piper picked a peck of
and David Niven.THURSUAYNO. Demurely, I turn down my eyen.Alone pickled prpprrr"
AEM "B"EXTHA I laugh like hOne -. "'\'hy, that'-* wonderful!"
SHOW EXTRA! EXTRA! "\""'', but It'. d-d-darnetl hard
HUGHES FINALLY WASHED I' of the greatest Tabor having to work In an ordinary c-o-o-otiver-
THINGS TO DOABOARDFLEETS HIS OWN COFFEE CUP-(under devices. of today Is tomorrow. ration"

pressure, of course) --
IN-Open nightly 1730-2130. Bldg. 51?. We send our best wishes for a I
i Sandwiches and snacks available. speedy recovery to COUSSEN3 THE WQRD..J

BOWLING JC alley Ui Ships Service avail- 3' who is recuperating from an oper- .
able to all personnel Monday through Saturday, ation in the station hospital.CH. .
1700-2130. League games have priority. I ELECT. HILL left this FROM AVIATION I FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL

NATTO LIBRARY Located In Auditorium week for parts .unknown to spend
Open Monday, Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to some leave. Hurry back, MR With the extra order of metal polish finally put through,
$LOO. Wednesday, 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun- HILL. we can put aside the worry concerning the Captain's Trophy

day 1230 to 2100. As we say "smooth saiun'' t} I for the next few months and fall back into our old easy
our boys In Class EB-20 we wel- going of life
way sans excitement. Things are just about
ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker, come Class *aboard EB-6 which the new convened students 15 in the same as usual ; Craig is still buying "Ranch Romances"for

Physical Training Department, Bldg. 51!. September 1947 The new boysare 'I Freeland to lead! : Tyndall and Behrends can be seen

ASHCRAFT, GATES, nightly romping through the field
TENNIS-Racquets and balls available at Physic opposite the barracks;

Training! Bldg. 513. MOODY PANIGHETTI.NELSON.ROBERTS NIEMEYER., RICH- the Area Chiefs get to our barracks first thing every morn

ARDSON. THOMAS, WALLSTEN ing; Eddie Powell continues those noises in the movies--

SWIMMING POOL No. 1-(Bldg. 518) For Nav- and WICHMAN. one continual pattern over and over
ftf Personnel with Guests. Children under 12 years The AEM "B" School's officers i During the past weekend, Starr
4ro not allowed in the pool unless accompanied by a ;I and ship's company met after | and Cook launched the good ship"MAA I quill this week. The "Salt Mines" .
parent or a responsible adult. Monday thru FridayLJWO last Saturday's inspection to have Force" in the St John's' namely "Honest John" has beet
to 2015. Saturday 0900 to 2015. Sundays and their picture took." Al.ilor.. River From what I gather tlu?'' the recipient of a gift from the
Holidays 1300 to 2015. D. BECK Technical Advisor was Coxswains were trying to check Student Division Chiefs; an extra
on hand for the picture. each other out In small boats. i large bottle of Clorox used for
(They borrowed the Manual from stenciling And not that we like
SWIMMING TOOL No. 2-(Bldg. 419)) For male AOM A NEWS :\cCio key. Ralph.) What success to push anyone, but we need a
Naval Personnel only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to Swinging back to our old rou- these boys had "playing sail r" I Chief to conduct and take charge
I' 1200 and 1730 to 2015. Saturday 0900 to 2015. Sundayand tine wont' be hard to take at all. I don't know, but the fact is, they of a Division! party A party wouldbe _
Holidays 1300 to 20 15. But. it's up to you student whether i invited Moffett riding with thf'n1'' in order due to the number of

RECEPTION ROOM-Located in Auditorium for we keep it that way. Let' not Sunday and made him wear two I men being discharged within the
NATTC Personnel, relatives and guests.RINGOEvery abuse it this time, what say. I II I 111ft' preservers That's what I like next two months Our own nom
v I Luther, may not be up to par I confidence ination goes to two men who an
Thursday evening at the NATTCenter Shlp'sservice when it comes to book reading, etc. I While down near Brks. 20 the able to combine Student Division, "
in Snug Harbor (rear entrance> from 2000 till 2230. Sponsored But he is really checked out In other day, we saw the "Lake City Instructors Maintenance' into i
by the Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville. Proceeds for the Nur- pinnochle, Isn't he, :McCoy? I Kid" Pilch Price. In training to one big happy family; namely the !
aeryo Credit must go to SHARPE I regain. his crown. The NATTC mentor of Basic Skills Chief "uller. v* !
even we didn't look like Marines and the Assistant Personnel<< (
heavyweight put on an unsuccessful
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE going to inspection Saturday, he defense of his title while on a Officer, Chief Rlvenbark 'Nu'f ::1
certainly marched in a manner be- said. v
he'
72" last week Harry claims t,
SALVATION ARMY CLUB, formerly at 122 W. Forsyth Street fitting a military man. Why he has! wasn't really fighting hard, but The two honor students this j.
Li now located at 900 Liberty Street. 200 Bed Dormitory which In- a step where he keeps both feet was merely "cutting up." week are F. H. Brown and G. R.
cludes locker and shower $.50. A snack bar breakfast, lunch and off the ground at the same time Ray of AF 01 who have compiledthe
In
Short orders served at reasonable prices. Where did you loam that-from a move to strengthen the highest averages in their cla.'Js.For .
WHERE TO GO AbllOUE: NCCS Club at Church and Newnap Everhart: or Goodroe? Yeoman Force of the various spotsin their choice of "." schools
Streets. Club open daily from 1700 to 2300, Saturdays, 1200( to 2100 Who was that you had out at the Division Glenn Tennis has Brown has taken Aerographer'sMateaand
Sundays 1000 to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturday the pier dance, Windsor? No, not been shifted up to 425! and "BB"Young Ray will continue his
and Sunday Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. the girl, but. what student was has gone to Brks. 17 Tennis studies: in Control Tower Operators -
'that ? Could he shift was necessary because S'hool.Ve
--- ---------- posing as your son I wish them luck
Sailor: "Look b ddy, I can tt'lll| Mary had a little lamb, have been from Kentucky: ) i Coulter has been falling behind and the same success in their new
you how to double the amount of Some salad and dessert. Leach Is "willing" the knackof in typing up the "Shipping Over assignments
Then the Chief the watchon papers It i* reported that hehasn't "There
beer you ell. gave wrong getting a supernumeray I are plenty of ways to
Barkeep: "Yt' h? How?" address, duty nights to King, although, had the time to get to hu skin a cat", is an old state-
Sailor: "nil the gla." '"'." The nat3ty little flirt. we think that someone else could : own yet. (We're only kidding Mr. t tI ment that also holds true for put- a
be more appreciative I Baker.) Anyone not yet con- ting men on rt'port.Yf saw a
A man who can deceive a woman Definition i of a sailor! : "He's the With all those new students reporting I vinced and in doubt of your future new one last Friday when tin
has either escaped the scaffold : kind of a fellow who want. to aboard its quite a job to I Navy career, can get both aides! Company Commanders of various
or must end up there ; have his own cake and somebody welcome each one personally' Sc of the story in Bldg. 520 Pro: classes namely Mapes, Camp, and
else's cookk\ too I we all join in wiahh { you a very I See Mr. Michaels-Con: See Ouel- Kellner hid themselves in the bushes -
Irritated Profror: "Look here!, pleasant stay here with us. lette. And while we're telling of and behind the barracks' between -
young "1ILl1, Are! you the professor Tha 1 UL t-to-bs registering: hH! : Brown, if you need a strong arm the various' transfers we might Brks. 17 and the classrooms
in thin rlttMH?" wife at ft maternity r ird, said: I to assist you in the barracks and as well transfer K. D. Young for the express pUrpORt of catch-
College Cut-Up: "No, Sir.' "Dear, are you perfectly sure that to keep things calm why not call back to Fire Fighting this week. Ing the various classes: In disorderas !
Frofeseor: "Well, then quit act- you want to go through with on Bills Or should we say "Big We have a few choice tidbitsto they marched. Here, gentlemen,
. JDz like a Lou.." this 1:" Boy Bills"-he really put Goodroe put across before we put up our you take the cake! ;






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18 September 1947 .1': i' i! NATTC JAX: Am NEWS SECTION Page Seven




TAF With 540 Points Is Awarded Football Moves neW ootJ t




Caploin's Trophy AI Inspection Into NATTC SpotlightAt NAFTC LibraryIn


thf'M'days when one pay'

more for leas it is at least refreshing -

Anuuwing the heavy total of I CAPTAIN AWARDS TROPHY = ( fading Baseball into for another this small year part is fast of to get more when till

640 point, the Aviation Fundamental = price goes up. If outsize noveki
School here at NATTC it I history, and with the fading, into are popular, Ben Ames Williams
tho new holder of the Captain' Intramural the spotlight comes football Main-
"House Divided" i* the leading'
Trophy. The trophy was rated the second beat service
side,
awarded at lat Saturday' All E contender Mr. Williams is said to
4G in the nation last year, appears -
Hands Inspection by Captain J. team have been at work on it for twenty

V. Schumacher to Lt. M. H. Dill, a to be a cinch for a repeat years, and if size proves anything
who accepted It for Aviation Fundamental 4 < performance, as the lineup will be
he didn't waste minuteof
e. a
the school of which he
*, studded with ex-All Americana,
in Offieer-in-Charg- I t it. The novel concerns the
&: "' TAP went M far out in front 1 tc and experienced players in both Civil War-the story of five men

r",>' in the standings that a* early the line and backfleld This team and women their children rail
M 1 July It was known that they I will represent NATTC and NASon grand children; and through th wi

would probably take the moat : the gridiron. On a smallerscale the story of nx million men and)
J>rUled pOMMrion in Intramural however NATTC1 diff..rent women who fought and l lost tho
port circle The nearest com* divisions have been preparing j I first total war of the Christianera. !

,p eU\or was the Marine Aviation earnestly for the Intramural Many people will skip a little
Detachment, which was 240 points season that got under full steam during discussions of the price ot
'
away from first place. Only 50 I just two nights ago. nails in Richmond and the divlh
@> point below the Marine was DisbtnOnffVi Six different team representing dends paid by the Bank of Wtt.minfton .

out fit with 29().. TEA, 122 I divisions on this base hare I and even during the reap
the first fcolder.l of the Trophy wa i is been working into shape for the istic, but interminable, battle
fourth in the final standings with past month. And every one of scenes However, it is guaranteed)
280 point I these six teams 1* considered a that you wont skip a word wheri
1
favorite to win the Intramural the long-suffering Tray Currairt
Possession of the coveted
c\p I when November 20. turns his unfaithful
belongs to TAF until December 31 } Championship I on taunting!
the final day of the season roll wife, when Randall Streean pays
when it will turn it over to the I II
around. During that time it I.I is a late evening call on Enid c....
next wiAJI. With all the I
powerin expected that each team will play I rain, or when a dying Vaunt Cun.
TAF, when to the largest school r I
each other twice. Rivalry is already rain tries to the
strangle woman
f'n the base. they" of course. will I
at a high pitch, as a lot of who betrayed him The boot
r be heavily favored to. pull a retreat :
I the teams have been sharpeningup U worth the .ttOl't-bwt. there IK
performance and come
up against' each other In friendly effort involved even to :hold tiM
with the trophy for another four .
but which could book.
scrimmages easily .1 t
:month period. Football in the
: moot important sport coming x xt lead to battle royals once the Another long ooe, but puny Id
\ up opening whistle goes off to start comparison with the William
in this MMct period a.nd according
,i a game. All the teams have been book, is "GttJ the Great" by Thorn
I to all reports, the AvFunders
able" to get in much more practice as W. Duncan. This in the mirtuv
I have aa abundant and experiencedbunch
I frf gridders on hAnd. Along I i I than in previous! years due to the I ulous! life tory of Augustus It,
fact that the Burgoyne, showman newspaper
galley serves' late
I with the
Captain' Trophy, TAF
meals to them. man and !
promoter 01a grand
also received a plaque whhicnTAT
on
will be inscribed below TOB last year's winner, who, I scale, and he is! a remerkabicharacter.
that
of TEA to ahow future along with TOA has formed the He always kept his eye
possessorsJust team known as the Bulldogs, will, on the main chance from his beginnings *
who won the trophy and when
definitely be" favorites to repeat as the Illegitimate sort

Also permanent to them goes' a banner showing' for _n__ ____ I Chief Gunner McCauley coaches! J: of Augustus Phelan. railroad] vice-

them aa possession winners and CAPTAIN JULES r. PTIIUMACIIEK, Commanding Officer of : this team, and reports are that president, and Doll Burgoynew
moving Trophy banner.TAJI' another NATTC Jacksonville is shown above awarding the Captain In- I he has a strong outfit. TEA, MAD Through all his life, his newspaper

tramural Trophy for the period of 1 May to 31 August to Lt. M. H. ana TAM, under the tutelage of I days, his glitterng career as part
literally over-ran most of Dill Officer-in-Charge of AvFund find ACOM Bacigalupo A\Fund's Basketball star' Al Henningoen ner in "Burgoyne and PawpatJi

its competitors, winning four of Athletic Director. Ax'Fund won four different sports to easily cop : should give every one some er'a Great 3-Ring Circus", to his
the six sports that tame during the cup with 540 points. They will keep it in their possession until trouble. BothxCEA and MAD fielded I end as a down-and-outer wantedby
this four months period They won 31 December good teams last year MAD i the law, he never lost his capacity
the Boxing Tournament the Swimming -- didn't get started until mid- I for enthusiastic self delusion -

Meet the Wrestling Tournament I season but then pulled some start You will follow the characters .
the Tennis Tournament ling upsets Personnel has diminIshed of this book as you would
nnd came in a dope second cm i in both divisions, but look I the careers of your own friend

Softball. Only in Golf did they & for them to be up among the top. and acquaintances. .
faller, although they placed ,iut '
I tlOI3I3Y stlor that has formed a team by itself -
wider the first five in that sport Chief Bacigalupo erstwhile

Along with all these points, which athletic director at TAF will be

weir more than enough" they nlio Nf.WS- at the helm and big thing* are NATTC

received an extra .15 points for I expected from the biggest divisionen
having men on NATTC's varsity the base. They'll call themselvesthe Intramural N

tcntiiM, at the rate of five points lobbies for thclahbyirt" Hellcat The Bearcats will be

per I formed from TEB, TS and TAI Football Schedule
All had comparatively weak teams

For the information of all hands the NATTC Hobby last year, but combined they could Tm.'odaS..pt.. 23

man.JOKE Shop will be open from 1700 to 2100, Mondays through I and probably will cause some
trouble, Chief Frase has chargeof
Fridays, and 1300) to :2100 on Saturdays, Sundays and this outfit Lt. Harlow heads Bulldogs vs. Hellcats)
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Holidays. the Wildcats made up of personnel Wednesday Sept. 24
Printing? ? Come on down and print you or your from TCT TAS TLT and ,

y/u girl a box yr stationery complete with name, initials, or TSD. TCT held the League in Timers >s. Bearcats
the early stages of the season
which -- -- -- --- I I
any design you can rig upHero's
last and with help from these
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she, won't have theslls.htt'flt Adders \ Wildcats
so those' of who haventa
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kinds of available
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Eight JAX AIR NEWS 18 September 1947

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WINS FIGHT ON FACE
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COACH THOMPSON GROOMING GRIDDERS


FOR OPENER AGAINST PARRIS ISLANDSquad

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Working To Iron Out Kinks

Revealed In Saturday's Scrimmage t,


With only ten days remaining before the season openerAt

:Municipal Stadium against the Parris Island Marines, the

/ax-Navy football squad is now working against time to

eliminate some flaws brought to light in last Saturdays

practice scrimmage at Gainesville with the Unversitv of

Florida Gators.
and ----- Yi
Coaches "Tuffy" Thompson
Ray "Bear" Wolf of Florida used ing the scrimmage Thompson rolled .
loose balls over the grass a*
almost all their reserves in the<
practice tilt with more than 70 Mason Field and had his charges
players seeing action. trying to recover them. By the I z i f"
Though the scrimmage did not time that session was over most '

make football history, it enabled of the locals had improved on the .,.
both coaches to spot weaknessesin recoveries.Lt. .
their respective squads, and Comdr. Anthony J. Rubino. "1I .
they are now going through the Offlcer-in-Charge of the Physical
process of correcting them. Training and Welfare Department.
The teams looked very good at again pointed out that servicemenin
times, but mistakes and fumbles uniform would be admitted to i
revealed the need for additional all home games free of charge
polishing up. I "We want everyone at NAS to bea ,
staunch supporter of the team in w
Th scrimmage, held without
the coming season and we are !
previous notice, gave Florida :
making this possible by doing
Sports writers an advance peek
away with admission charges for
at two of the state's leading grid "
our personnel in uniform, he said.
learns They were out in force to General admission and reserved I

bee just what this year's editions seat tickets will be on sale down- --
bad to offer. at Donaldson's, 117 West Adams I "OOK! GOES: BARNEY Gallagher as he hits the canvas-aiter-a flying leap at Bill Dushene in
On the return trip to NAS, and at Duval Jewelry In the Friday: night's boxing smoker at Mainside Auditorium Gallagher spent as much time on the canvasas !
Thompson stated that the defensive Lynch Building on his feet but won a unanimous decision over his lanky opponent. Other photos on page 2))
of the will have to ,
play squad f -- -- -- - -

the be strengthened plays will have and to the be timing perfected on Tigers Open Season HAS Jux Loses

before the team takes the field All-NuvySoftball

against the Parris Islanders. Tomorrow Against

However, he didn't seem to be
too displeased with the scrimmage i Hastings VocationalA
because once his linemen caughton Championship To Alomedo Dulfil
to the Gator "T"' formation they squad of 30 colored football
were able to break it up. In the players will leave the station by
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first period they seemed to be bus tomorrow for Hastings, Fla., NAS Jacksonville's hope of I catcher of the Fliers, had the hon'before his masterful twirling,
confused by the fast-breaking of- where they will officially open capturing an All-Navy cham- or of being the swatter. but then Retrivi came through
fense, but as the game progressed, their season against Hastings Vo pionship vanished last week Fliers Win First Game with a single to left Shaw collected -
they got better and better. cational. The NAS Tigers, though
when the Jax Fliers dropped the second hit off Perry
During practice Monday follow- !I they are inexperienced, are expected Everything looked rosy for the when he for catcher
to give the Hastings elevena three games in a row to lose Fliers after the initial encounter pinch-hitted
Roberts in the sixth The
dogged fight.Hastings the All-Navy Softball title toa I which they won, 6-2. Daryl Shaw Doug
Foremost final Flier bingle came in the last:
WAVES Rout NAS flipped a three-hitter over the
and struggled more experienced NAS Ala frame when Zayac belted a ba.'to
through three games last year meda California Hellcat nine seven-inning stint and was in I knock to .
Nine 13-1 In Post with neither team able to score trouble only once in the first right.Alamf'da
and the Tigers will see many op before 12,000 cheering fans frame when the Hellcats: tallied Wallop Jaxon:

Season Benefit Tilt ponents who played last year. In over the four-game route. The their first run. Manager Frank's lad; really

fact, Hastings boasts 20 big, fast Jaxmen captured the initial Rettie moved to first on a walk laced the Fliers on Thursday,
Though the regular playing lettermen. encounter from the Californialads and went to the keystone sack on trouncing the Floridians 14-1. Joe
season was finished two weeks Chief Robert Justiss, head coachof a sacrifice. He came racing homeon Perry started on the hill for the
ago, the WAVE softball nine play- the Tigers, is pinning his victory but could do little in the I Mike Quinlan's hit to score the winners but was relieved at the

ed a benefit game at Lackawanna hopes on six very fast backs next three. i first run of the game, and the end of the third frame-not be-
last week and topped the Fore- and a hard-charging, powerful line. Following the final game, first of the championships. cause the locals were hitting him,
most girls, 13-1. The tilt, played Gault, Palaskett, and West will I Comdr. Slade Cutter of Washington The locals could do little in their but so he could have a rent in
for a member of the Oyster Bar hold three of the backfield po- who is in charge of All- half of the first and were set order to chuck against the Flier .
nine who was hurt in an automo- sitions, and either White, Butler, Navy sports affairs, presented down 1-2-3 by O. L Lafferty, the next day
bile accident, was never' in doubtas or Holmes will round out the backfield the All-Navy trophy to Chief who toed the rubber for the Shaw started for the Fliers but
the locals jumped off to an All six backs are expectedto Raymond Franks, manager of the Hellcats John Zayac, Flier short- lasted only two and two-third ,
early five-run lead. see a lot of service in tomor- Hellcats, and then presented the itop, banged out a single in the innings as the Hellcats chased 11
While the WAVES hitters were row's tilt. runner-up trophy to Lin Ohadwick, second frame, but was caught try- runs across beside blasting out
clocking around the bases, Margaret In the line Cheetham and Wade Flier manager. The All-Navy ing to steal on a passed ball seven big base blows. Chadwick
Jones held the Foremostnine both veterans from last season trophy was about three feet tall relieved the ailing Flier mounds-
to only one hit over the five- are expected to be the mainstays. with the gold figure of a softball Rightfielders Vince Podgurski man and gave up four bangles and
inning route. She fanned four and The line on a whole is not up to player batting while standing on started things popping in the Flier three runs. -
camp as he belted a single to
passed only three par with the backfield. top of the world. The runner-up The Fliers chalked their lone
Butch Glover led the attack center and came charging home on up
trophy is about two feet in height marker in the opening frame
centerfielder double as
Geogre Dyak's
with a long homer to deep leftfield ENTER NOW!
with a softball player standing be- down the left-field stripe Follow- Podgurskl walked, stole second< ,
With the end of the Intramural
tween four It will be on and
pillars. home
came on Shaw's doubl*
ing Podgurski the dish
across
In the second of the night, softball in
game
season sight, Audi-
Mainside
the
display at to right center. From that
pointon
of was first sacker Ed Heft who had
All-Star nine
ui< composed Physical Training again reminded torium this week-end for all handsto the Fliers
but two
picked
moved to first up
members of the teams in thGirls' athletic officers of sta- I on Lafferty's poor
Softball League took on the tion departments to enter their view. throw to put him out. more bingles. Shaw collected a
single in the fourth and
Greyhounds and topped the cham teams la the touch football Opening CeremoniesWith In the fourth frame, Frank Re- Pod/jurskl/
pions, 8-7, In nine innings. leagues now being formed. better than'3,400 fans look- trivi took a free trip to first and. picked. one up in the third inning -

The WAVES were representedby Chief Bob Beaudreau Hill supervise ing on, Captain Stanley J. Michael, moved around on a sacrifice by
Skipper Edge, Fran Free, the loops, and entries Commanding Officer of NAS Ala- Shaw. Then Jerry Hosaflook wentto Hellcat Win Final Gn,
Laddie Vladeff. and Butch Glover. should be sent to him via Yard meda, hurled the first ball to open first on the Hellcats' short- Leading the series two-to-one,
Glover clouted her seoond Mall. lie can be reached at the All-Navy championship. His stop's error. Both runners came the Hellcats again started Perryon
homer of the night in the All- i Bldg. 726 or by phoning 59S. received:! was Joe Rettie of the streaking home on Murphy's Texas the hill The colored ace faced
Star I Hellcats and Reggie Murphy, into center.
game. leaguer but 22 men, one more than necessary -
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Heft led off the fifth stanza to hurl a perfect Frank
game.
. WIN RCC. DEPT. CHAMPIONSHIPtown I with a single and was brought Retrivi garnered the only bate

home on Zayac's long triple to deep knock off Perry in the finals witha
right center. They chased their "hump-back" line drive into left
sixth and final run across the in the second canto. Perry whiffed
3 d
y plate in the sixth as Shaw was 'I seven and reached a full count .,.a,
passed and moved around to thirdon on a batter but twice over the .
two sacrifices. Pocjgurski's seven-inning route.
4 I second hit of the day scored the
Flier ace. Shaw again chucking for the
The Hellcats Fliers, gave up only four hits, but
were stymied as
; far faulty fielding enabled the Hell-
as scoring and
hitting were
r cats to walk off with the championship
concerned until
the top of the .
sixth when they scored their
second marker. Vince Kowski In the third frame, Zayac field
walked, went to second on an ed a grounder but threw wide to
infield out, and came home on a first enabling Rettie to reach x
first safely. Then, on a sacrifice
Y'Y passed ball. The Fliers blasted
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two Hellcat chuckers for seven bunt, Murphy hit the batter, Bill
r hits and six runs. Shaw fanned Percival, in the back as he streaked -
[ l ; four and walked a half dozen. Laf- for first and the ball went
H : ferty whiffed three, walked two, rolling toward the right-field< line-
and was given the loss. Doyal Rettie scored on this play, and
Deland, his relief, sent one Flier Percival scampered to third All
down via the strike-out route and llosaflook's throw went over Ol
Y walked one. iver's head. Percival scored aa
Hellcat. Take Second Kowski blasted out a double down
the right-field stripe which Pod-
The California team made it one
gurski almost caught on a flying
apiece on Wednesday, pounding
tackle try. He : stand-
came across:
Chadwick for seven base blow
,
,,
M. ing up with the third marker PS
and
winning 4-0, without too much
Quinlan followed suit with another ,
trouble .
Only one of the runs was
; ". ,4' i.N ... earned. In the bottom of the double.
._, fourth, Kowski blasted out a four The last run was rung; up in
-- ... -4 bagger to left which rolled to the the sixth when Kowakl collectedhis

PLAYING WITHOUT a sponsor or uniform '. in' Assembly and Repair Ordnance Depart- fence. The distance clipped by this second hit of the day and wentto
ment's softball nine, made up of both aviation a nd naval personnel, won the championship in the hit was 387 feet, for it rolled to third on Qulnlan'n second base
Jacksonville Recreation Department Softball Lea gue la,it week at La kawauna Park by topping the a dead stop underneath the sign knock of the afternoon. ICownki

Police Department, 11-6. The members of the tea m, pictured above, arc (left to right, front row) against the fence. scored on a passed ball
Ken Hay, Theron Cox, "Ca. y" Cossairt, Orrin Allen, Jim Drunson, Bob Mullenix, and Paul Stevenson Duslcy: Joe Perry toed the sIllY Shaw fanned but one batter and
; (back row) Jim Tripp (manager), Art LaGasse, "Tex" Martin, Earl Jones, Harold Stickel, for the winners and had very little walked two, but there were three ,
William Dublinski, Glenn Woods, and R. C. Cope land. Walter Milton, another team member, was trouble. The first fourteen Flier Flier errors chalked up in the
not present when the picture was taken h.tr..ra trt free him went down scoring columnPagd .




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