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5-No. 6 .. ,. 8 "ay 1947

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


I : Work I 111ol/'erj ;]):iy 1947 A&R Will Close

-A I t. _J 1II1II! !! 1Sm .fJ: t'ilJem! "'II'\'JIII.III'! .".{J.ffI msmsmm lr: '7R!!

; J.l: Delays N ;: cs ;.//ht I For Two Weeks

/ Construction ; qj '4 : During June

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Fourteen Service PersonnelAnd

t Units To Be Civilians To

At Cost Of $ t eM1 Receive Annual Leave
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l,:. Work stoppages by I NAS Jacksonville's sprawl
sonville building ing Assembly and Repair Department -
pending stabilization will shut down for

I:' scales by unionized an extended period of plant

delay construction of maintenance from 14 through
ditional dwelling units J 29 June, it was announced

I listed personnel and + } yesterday by Air Station officials -

bungalows for of e l F .
M Jax Air New learned Authority to cease operations for
r' : the two-week period was granted
day. ., by the Secretary of the Navy
:- H Smith & w
Ivy t nCJ (Office of Industrial Relations)

I }' ect tractor, is for one the of Navy many : I I. upon It was the understood request of that local the officials SecNar

!I Associated the Jacksonville General chapter : tv has delegated to BuAer authorityto
approve similar planned shut
America who have
downs for major aeronauticalshore
construction work until establishments.
ment is reached with Just how the closing down of
trades unions. The A & R will affect other depart-
lege that construction ments at NAS during this periodis
already too high and not entirely clear. It is believed
are attempting to that other departments may util-
costs from going any ize the two weeks as a general
The new homes will leave period for both military and
proximately $125,000, it 2)I civilian personnel if it would not
units will be '
The enlisted .
seriously impair the operation of
construction similar to their respective activities
ing chiefs' houses. The The Assembly and Repair Department -
dwellings will be built
it was understood, requested -
brick and will have two
the temporary closing: for
It is expected that t the following reasons:
t houses will take about six 1. Plant maintenance and urgently -
to complete once needed repairs to machin-
Y\ C
sumes The homes were 2 and
ery equipment
basic layout stage when 2. Installation of new equipmentnow
tion halted early this I being transferred from NAS -
All the enlisted units .. Miami.
built in the NAS housing : 3. Completion of Public Work ,
the Main Gate The
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the officers are to be __< 1!
jacent to the present n
on the west side of xTYPICAL OF THE MOTHERS who will be honored throughout the nation this Sunday on Mother's
Day is Mrs Arthur Scheaffer above, a Navy mother, with her five-month old daughter, Pamela Mrs NAVY WIVES CLUB
'Thmdr1 !, Scheaffer is the wife of Chief Arthur Scheaffer (NAS Physical Training and Welfare) A native of Tulsa,
R: L. "' .OkJahoen-.lof.r..SCh.afCer> i, one of the many, many mothers who will be paid special tribute from one
4 end of the c'/untry/ to the other on"her4 say", MAKING PLANS FOR


Comdr Ralph L,. Shifley, THIS SUNDAY THROUGHOUT NATION for two membership drives
tendent of Aviation were discussed at the monthly
meeting of the Navy Wives Cluh
at NAS for the past 28
The undeniable which
one thing
will leave Saturday for I does I speak on Behold Thy Mother," held in Building 1101 on 1 May.
all men share in common is the And ) once each One contest will be from 1 May to
Air Officer aboard the year
and at the 1045 Service
dolph, it was learned fact that all of us have been born I with similar-minded people Chaplain 15 July and the other from 18(
F. L. Albert Senior Chaplain, will
' I the nation to special :: July to 1 September. The winner
The Randolph will of Mothers. Whatever differences pay
\ The Mother Of
speak on "Mary
,;. midshipman cruise in June.Reporting there are that exist in other relationships the women who has Jesus Robert MfNellly, Prtrlc. will receive a Navy Wives Pin and
. I will be entered in the National
I by letting us call her
to this one we all share will sing "Mother Machree," and
J' uary, 1915, after a tour of with each other. Another thing Sunday, 11 May is that the Station Choir, under the direc- will Navy end Wives 1 September.Club Club contest. which
the Pacific, Comdr. which most of us share with all year.
tion of Mrs. F, L Albert, will sing officials came out with the
ceeded Comdr. John others is that there is reserved : We have sent our gifts "It Is Well With My Soul," at both announcement that the club will
: head of ATD. In the down deep in our hearts a special I, and letters; we have told services. The station chaplains meet twice a month in
commanded Air Group 8, place for the love and'affection we love and appreciate
extend to all hands and their June with meetings starting at
from an Essex-type hold for Mother. This is I she
we our the countless things guests a most cordial Invitation to 1400. The first Thursday of the
his services with the certainly as it should be for no and has done for us, but : attend the services on Mother'l"I month will be a business meeting,
was awarded the else will, love in' and
one can or ever ; a deeper more I Day (Continued on Page 2)
(Continued on Page I the same way that our Mother in which all of us can pay
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to the nobleness of her -
-' Take -- ---Ff-,, taught us the first things rI ST'194"4STATION TAG I

Fliers Four Ouf f about everything; she r----- --
all we know about love i

Bringing Season Slate To 13-2 I and School.first truth.went We to She Church all took us and : r s

By Doug Crocket. S'2cIt words. Be a good boy"of

finally= I happened! .. j i it good girl."
t The NAS Flier baseballbroken squad's winning streak was As this significant day ,,

last week by Green Co ve Springs, but the undauntedfour year chaplains presents at itself All Saints tins 2)I 'i

r Arymen came back to sweep more games into their have planned for all ',
victory record and bring theirThe season slate to 13-2. r others, and their guests a ;'{'

'1I strain of trying to k afd proved too much for the locals ice. Chaplain W T. Sprmg (
,I when they took on Green and banged home two more mark I
Cove last Thursday, and they blew
completely apart, bowing to the ers.Tony Gezeli, sparkling right EGYPTIAN 0 FF.I C .,
r)", i Bullets, 153. The Green Cove nine hander who started the win streak / /1 i
"!"I ; was_ on and the NAS aggregation early In the season, was charger HERE ,FOR ::3-' 111 .,
just couldn't hang onto the elusive with the loss He gave up 13 hits
pellet. in his six-inning stint, and the :INSPECTION: : : TO .E:! J
The Fliers started out as usual 1 Bullets garnered two more bingltM .
off the deliveries of Dick Allen '
by garnering one the first Twelve! (> ; or tli- J
on Ary's one-base knock and Bart Fliers i; t10rlJSoutlwf't.. A Egyptian Army and Air .i,
3eebe two-bagger, but the Green With the pressure of a win landed at the Air Station :>
j .. Cove nine gave a preview of what streak gone, the Fliers swept a day to make a three-day
) ; was to come when it collected three double-header from Florida South tion of naval installations I t
hits and three walks in the last ern University, 4-2 and 5-3, vicinity The group, led I | C Jt w
of the first for three runs, at Mason Field, Saturday Jack Gen. Ibrahim Atalla i -'
,:. The Fliers never regained the Seidwitz allowed but four hits in escorted by Col. John L. --TI'EItE' WAS \ LOT ,'t; i r: tssmg around with hnd:; screw
',1 f1 lead as Green Cove tallied once in chalking up his third win of the USA, was met at the : lain w"fl< du, jiu\.ers began replacing their station auto tag :
the fourth, five times in the fifth, season in the opener, and Hank a welcoming committee with the new 1917-'43 plates Clarence Thornton, ABMlc, the Ad ,': ,
.. '; three times in the sixth, and three Lacotta came through with a 3- Rear Admiral Ralph miral's driver affixes Admiral Ralph Davison'a number 1 tag as the '. 11 11dnverl
,F times in the seventh, In the last hit masterpiece in the nightcap to Chief of Naval Air changeover gets underway. All car coming aboard regularly must
..' frame, the locals snapped out of it (Continued on Page 3) (OonU'III ou Page ) have the new tag displayed after 1 July

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Two JAX AIR NEWS 8 May 1947

. TOOTS" TO NAVY CAREERS I Intra-Mural Softball Enjoying

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4 ;- r; :'.. }:.' : :. ; One Of Its Best Seasons Here

i Station intra-mural softball was still having one of Its! finest

L seasons last! week with the pre-season favorites still on top, but most .
: of the top outfits have a rough road to travel in order to remain In

one of the No. 1 spots.
Pp In the National Loop, Metal Division and the Mainslde Dispensarywere '
; leading the league with four wins to, their credit and _no losst-s.
----- 1 uver in me American league, the
I hard-hitting, fast-stepping A&R
1. k I 1f- Personnel nine is burning up the
circuit with its fast style of play.
wi. 4dS. Friday, one of their star twirlers,
? 1
?4 J. R. Pendergrass, hurled a no-hit,
1Si 10y F VE no-run encounter against VOS
: S H winning 90.
t 4 4t I
In the play-off disputed tilt between

By SKIPPER EDGE, SpS)2c) NATS and Plant Division,

a I A busy week gone by and nevera NATS won l1The game was
';, dull moment. More gals headed i first played on 24 payer but NATS
tS had an ineligible and the
for the hospital for discharge. They I,
\ :
JS game had to be played over
\ S were Jo Fogelman, Mary EllenSonny
'Sv p ( ) Sonnenburg, Willa Mae Mainside Personnel popped up
Yearly, Rita Shearer, Blanche Sullivan with an upset last week when it
Margaret Glass, Sybil Hart- I dropped the highly-touted Naval
t ley, Ellen' Jurd, and Mary Callir- hospital nine. 3-2, in one of the
tsp. 5frL -' softball contests this
gos. To Patuxent River for discharge -. best-played
went" Margaret Lewellyn, season
Teresa Miller, and Mary Wood I' In the Officers' League Monday, .
Good luck to you gals VSB Instructors blanked NATTG
I As some go out, others come in. i Officers 4-0; Hospital dropped 7th
We received' Jane Kelly from Banana Naval District 17-12: and Advanced
5 I River and Ruby Futrille Sp i Training won a forfeit from VSB
S <\2c> from Patuxent River. Welcome Student Officers, 90. This might
aboard, girls! I turn out to be a disputed contest
g r.'. .,> Still others are heading' West I and may be played over at a later

SCENES LIKE THE ONE above were becoming commonplace at the WAVES Barracks last for the coast, hoping to get to the date after a ruling has been made.
week as many of the girls began the task of packing their gear preparatory to returning to civilian Islands Among those sweating" it Following are the schedules and
I all the their tour of into few out Sammie the League standings as of 2 May:
life. Squeezing junk they acquired during duty a suitcases poses quite are Davis, Jan Boyle,
K problem for Jan Boyle and roommate "Sammy" Davis, The ex-WAVES left Saturday night aftt'r' and Mary Callirgos. Hope you NATIONAL LEAGUE
Jung round of good-b .t-s. make it O.K. Let us hear from (Today)
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you.Back Best HOUM *. Plant .
to our dear old station! >lnr Unit .. .'Ir. (..(>.rtfn.nt.NAK1U .
NEARLY FIFTY DIVOT-DIGGERS TO PARTICIPATE IN from leave come Rosie Devine and I .. T-. Illusion.
Betty Muller. Rosie decidedly saw Chief Club .. NATS./
I Metal l IHvivlon .l Maintid IiUpnary.AMERICAN .
the U S. on this trip. Glad to have


of weddings, as who (Friday)
Close 10 hMU H hundred golfers;: hasn't been Eloise Petty and Pete
will take part in the forthcoming j of the two losers All in favor drop Gushannas did it up right on"Sat- AAR Pwwvnn Loft!....N..I Suiwlv.PararhuU Hci. ta1.
I qualifying round of the Seventh around to the Master at Arms urday. 3 May, in one of the most Inspection ". Marina lk1arhnwL
Naval District Golf Championships Hospital shack and see White. beautifql\ weddings of the year Main.ide P..r onnl is
which will be held on the The wedding took place in St. Ed- vas v VOb.

local links 14, 15. 16. and 17 May. Place your bets, folks, and come wards Chapel], and the double-ring NATIONAL LEAGUE
In one sense of the word it is ChatterBy cheer your nag to victory! It's just ceremony was performed by Father -
not qualifying round, for the a few day late for the famous Bradley, .Be. utlful was the T.... W.. 1....
M.4al 1).I..i.; 4 1
top men of five different naval ac- Kentucky Derby, so we decided to I word for "Pet", as she was dressed .I".iet. Di........r' 4 1
tlvitit participating in the tourney CIIUDOBA A WHITE have one all our own And we think : according to tradition in a white NATSFUr .1 S

have already been rated andatwled FLASH- Bradley, alias CasanoVa this one will be a little different i silk and lace gown. The gown CWf., Unit Club I I I:a
certain positions, but all i has been talking a lot about from any other you've been to. You had a fitted bodice with a hooped' Fir l".|.rtinnt I 2N
oh*>r golfers wishing to challengetheaer : Mary Neal Mercer' lately-Bischoff can be a spectator for one race A R'FU 1.

top linksmen may do so in isn't goinjft to like that The and a horse in the next! What will i carted T-PUnt' Division r 1 1 2Ho.twuN a
oi.U r to qualify. I' big argument these days is who this atomic age do next? All of ,i I gladiolas and was attended by her ) 1 4
The top five linKsmen entered is senior corpsmen! in the Commissary this takes place in the Rec Hall ,' maid-of-honor, Eleanor Foley,
from the Naval Hospital includeLt. Department. Sinclair, HA- tonight at 1915.. I'I dressed In a pastel pink chiffon AMERICAN LEAGUE
(jg) Carl W. Truter Captain Ic, insists he's over Hampton, I I gown and carrying a colonial bouquet TMM ,... I....
Robert M. Gillett, Lt. Comdr. F. PhM3c but we all know that It's It :MAY be time for another AAR F.r"'.n.1 4 1
I' Ballenger, Lt jg i > John C. Masterfton Chudoba who runs the department dance before long Yea a I "Pet's" bridesmaids were Phyllis Naval H.*i>iulM I 1
and Lt. Comdr. H. L. Allen, with the aid of Mr. Brown squint at the calendar tells us this !. Poole and Barbara Wright dressedin Supply.if .M).I>.P.rM'nn.l.irtin.nt 1 1 I 1 _
From Mainside there are 14 For those of you who don't MAY be true. You've guessed it- pastel blue chiffon and also carrying VO-ATU No. S I I
iwn listed in the top group including know the story of the Navy, listen 'tis to be a MAY Dance. You may colonial bouquets. The best Operation Z It I I

Lt Jack Colter, Lt. Comdr to "Salty" Jackson, HA2c, giving dance or you may not, but be sure man was Mark Gushannas, brother VfB Parachute Left 1 I
II John H. Jarrobino, Bob Livingston, :Moss and Ure the scoop to come over for the fun. The of the bridegioom. The two ushers InmxftionMarln. -LL-------.fQ&R -.:::
AMM2c: Chief J. Sweeney, Comdr. Sheriff Heyer idolizes Yeoman Rainbow Girls from Jacksonvillewill were Bill Bailey, and Chief Etter .* r.
Claybiook Cottingham, Chief Robert Witt, but when he got his head be here to prove that April I The bridegroom'. jr oth. v Mr'r' r s
JuMiss Comdr. Anton J. Smti" out of the bottle of H202 he looked showers do bring May flowr an. +TDerr tttishannasi! and
Lti Robert Temme, Chief George like Red Bergman little brother er all. The date is 13 May, and the Mrs. George Breinini, also made I

Robinson, Lt. Comdr. Clark Dunn, er and not the blonde yeoman time. 2000 to 2230. the trip from Pennsylvania for the (Continued from Page 1) j
Chief W. Shangula, Jack Gallagher It seems a shame to go to press wedding. The bride was given without interference with J
Sic, Lt. Comdr. Steve Kona, I without Galloway's name in print, There are some sad farewells away by Chief Pay Clerk Evans I II projects ;
and Chief R W Finley. the man with all the personality, taking place among the Red Cross I The lucky gal to catch the production.4. Allow Supply Departmenttime S
A half dozen players have been but here it is, Dune, now you can staff these da)'.. Miss Stella Hack- bride's bouquet was Wilma Boehm. to restock and provide urgently "
entered from Com-7 Staff They sleep nights The new corpsmen! ett from Carthage, Tennessee, and Tough luck, Foley Next time may- needed parts.
are Captain James Grant, Lt who reported in last week' received Miss Nina Hartlme of Valley be. The bride and bridegroom are 5, Help' solve accrued leave probe
Comdr. Joseph' Chucknow, Lt. special instructions from our salty Head, Alabama, are both leaving taking a honeymoon to Pennsylvania lem" for military and civilian per
Com r. Robert Farkas, Captain ambulance driver, Red' Putnam. this week. We hate to think of and on up into Canada. They sonnel. i
Fort Callahan. Captain L. Y. Mason Probably talked' for hours on how having to get along without them will reside in Dewey Park upon i
and Ott Pippin, Sic j to drive an ambulance R. W. but wish them the best of luck their reutrn. Loads of luck to 6, Save next fiscal year's "
Nine golfers have entered from I Litheredge, our great lover, isi from here on you, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Gushannas! for more direct work output. !'
CNAAdTra, and in this group of i probably going to all wards and And then, that isn't all the weddings 7. Reduce to a minimum interference
players come some of the topnotch J, departments, giving everybody the Jane Ryan will be marriedat of leave with production..
linksmen who will partici- great news that he's going steady EgyptianContinued .the St. Edwards Chapel on Sat- Under the plan, no civilian employees \.
pate in the coming tournament I We don't know 'iththat or with urday, 10 :May. The lucky man i is will be required to
These include Captain William whom Last week Chief' Brown ( from Page 1) Francis Bischoff, and we'll give leave without pay, and a few desiring -

Gwitner, Comdr. Ray Pflum, I looked as though he had fallen out Training and Commandant of the you more about the wedding next to save leave for emergencies J
work. All
Comilr. Robert Wright, Jack of a three-story building, elbow Seventh Naval District.At week. will be permitted 'I
Scott, PhM2c Comdr Rhodman I and knee bruised, and a sprained 'I 2000 on Tuesday, the military other civilian to take workers leave unless will be their required -
MCElroy, Com dr, Vincent Swee wrist. His excuse? 'I tripped on a mission was honored with a dinnerat .
ney, Captain Albert Morehou, curb-stone" Jenkins, the boy the "O" club attended by Ad- Navy WivesContinued presence is needed for emergency
Division is the
work. Plant one
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Lti Edward Parker, and Chief from Oklahoma, has recently given miral Davison, his staff, and commanding ,
Those civilians not tak-
Gunner Davis. out information that he will be officers of the local naval ( from Page 1) exception)
leave will either work with the
Captain George Dickinson, ChiefAliffi married in the near future, depending activities. while the third Thursday will be ing
R. Scarbrough. Sgt. Mjr. W. W. on when he will pop the ques Yesterday the group inspectedthe for social and welfare work Meet- tasks.Plant In Division addition or an minimum emergency of-
Lt. Arthur Gustavason' Lt tion. Good luck, Okie Case- station's flight and ground ings will be held in the homes of a
fice force will remain on the jobto
(jll) Vincent Danno, Pfc. Bill more, the fugitive from Adler "ele- training facilities, IATU and i members until a club room is ob- handle '
Hutttclet Chief Howard Hughes, vators," has been keeping in shape NATTC. In the evening, the Egyp- tained, it was decided and urgent. correspondence
Lt. (Jg) Edward Johnson. Chief playjng tennis with Bischoff going tian officers were guests of the Two sewing machines have been reports.For
J. Quinn, and Lt. Comdr Edmond back and forth to the coke ma- Military Affairs Committee of the placed in Building 1101 on the sec- security purposes, approximately !
Fianer are the list of golfers entered chine, and spending a lot of timein Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce ond deck' for use by all club mem- 25'/, of the military personnel ;
from NATTC. front of the mirror combing his at a dinner party at the bers, club officials revealed. will remain on duty at all
Only four men will be qualified hair. Why go to the slopshoot! if George Washington Hotel On 15 May members will gatherat times during this period. Others
from each activity to play in the you want to keep in shape', Case- The military mission is scheduled' one another's homes to have will be granted annual leave.
District meet. The fifth, sixth, and more The question! of the to inspect the 16th Reserve Fleetat "Cake Bakes" in preparation for The plan was favored by more
othw on down may challenge the week is "What goes with this night Green Cove Springs today. They the club-sponsored Pastry Sale to than 80% of the civilian employees t
top four men for their right to berated tennis ?" will travel to and from Green Coveon be held at the Commissary on 16 of A & R by an actual vote, it
HO high. The match is known a a. the yacht of Robert Kloeppel, May Mrs. Alberta Hoy is chairmanof was reported Providing that the
BB a '1addt>r" tournament to all The Hospital now has three Sr., of Jacksonville. The party is the Pastry Sale. employees are in favor of it, the :
golfers with the top men selectedby softball teams An excellent idea expected to leave early tomorrow It was pointed out that Navy: department is contemplating a
virtue of their past records on would be to put all 27 of our namesin morning. wives are still needed to assist! at similar! shutdown from Christmas
the links. a hat and draw out nine at a In addition to Lt. Gen Ibrahim the Nursery. Volunteers desiring' to through New Year's Day at the
J time, each nine forming one team Pasha the group includes Brig. give a few hours of their time end of this year.
and then drawing a round-robin Gen Mohamond Sobhi Bey, com- should call the nursery at ext. 368 .
L CommanderContinued tourney among ourselves with the manding officer of the Royal Egyp- and leave their names and days Chapel Choir To GiveMother's .
winner getting a steak dinner and tian Military College' ; Cel Mohomed they are available.
( from Page 1) all that goes with it at the expense Hahm Khalifa Bey, staff of- Mrs Esther:: Wise president, pre- Day RecitalThe ,
dross anda ficer of the Royal Military College; sided at the session.
Cross Navy ,
Flying Gold Star, in lieu of a second Hollywood, Fla. He returned to Col] Hussein Sirry Amer Bey frontiers Mrs Evelyn Shoemaker, chair- All Saints Chapel Choir of :
Jax later in the year and remained department; Col Hainan Ra- man of the Nursery Committee, 42 voices will present a Sunday 1

PFO.This is!! not the first time that here until May, 1943, when he gab Bey attache to the United was honored at a farewell party night Mother's Day recital at the
Commander has had to reported>> to Norfolk and eventually States; Lt, Col. Hassan Akef, pri- Saturday evening at the home of Riverside Methodist Church, it was
the to friends here, as say he to the Pacific theater. vate pilot to King Farouk, Lt. ColHusein Mrs! Billie Hicks. Mrs. Shoemaker announced this week. Mrs F. L. Albert ,
good-byes stationed at NAS Jax earlier Comdr. T H Winters, Jr, offic- Ahmed Mustafa:! Lt Col received gifts of lingerie and wife of the Senior Chaplain,
was Decem- er-In-charge of IATU, will temporarily Abdel Hamid Soliman, Major Nlgm cosmetics from grateful club mem- is director of the choir.
in his naval career, from 1942<< and take over the duties of Superintendent El Din Bhaheen, Maj. Ahmed bers as a token of esteem for her Walter J J. Brobst, AEMlc, is
ber 3940, until May, at, the I until Comdr. Shifley's Naga, Maj Soliman Mahmoud, and work in making the Nursery such president of the choral group and
theft ordered to duty
:'Aviation was Free Gunnery School, relief arrives in June. Maj. Mohamed Sldky. an.out tanding success Dave Long, S2c, Is secretary.Page .

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8. May 1947 JAX AIR NEWS Page Threo(

I YOU Cfl T WIN By. Hough Fliers ,

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.'"IIi\4',;"., \ ...I.l." ...., '. 't The Moccasins bunched a singU-
,rll:1'! ''. .;,.. ';' '. and double in the first to tally one
.. ._,;' ,...,:i\l : marker and then the Fliers grabbed ,
: off two in the last of
'4f. fJ. I scores
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the first. Crane started the rally
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;J '; with a single and Jim Zienta, play- 4AflU5TS
j ; ,.. I Ing his next-to-last: game for the ,
\'''' '''\. locals, singled Crane to third. After -'
i i t Bert Beebe had popped to short, : i
Bob Beaudreau drove a liner to I
!left to put the locals out in front. I _
The score stayed at 2-1 until the I %

fifth when Dick Allen opened the
stanza with a one base knock. He I
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,. I.,... ,,, stole second and then Zienta clubbed i
1 the longest drive seen at Mi-
j' :( t,, '" ; I son Field this year a 440-foot MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

,',.., .1:.. h I smash to center. It was a clean
..;' '<" ':'." .' triple but two tine relays caught MOVIES: Weekdays-1730 and 2000; weekend*-1430 and 2000.

,a. l.:':. :. .} Jim at the plate THURSDAY
>::; :' The Arymen clinched the gamein "TARZAN AND THE HUNTRESS', starring Johnny Weisrnuller.
.. the sixth when Guyton doubled FRIDAY
,: e. ? and Jack Seidwitz clubbed another DANCE, Air Station Band Starts at 2030SATURDAY .
>1j ". ." ,,,,, two-bagger scoring Guyton. The AND SUNDAY I.
: FI'ai, ,,1"1.:. ., :#: r visitors got their last marker in "THE MACOMBER AFFAIR, featuring Gregory 'eels. '
l i 4i i' :, the seventh when Al DeChrista- MONDAY J

fano banged a round-tripper to "STRANGE JOURNEY", with Paul Kelly )f

\ : fliers 5, Florida Southern :3 "CALCUTTA", starring Allan LadJ, and Gall Russell.
_Fj4FT It'"it's The Fliers made it a clean sweepin THURSDAY
DJI the nightcap behind the hurling; "THE SEA HAWK", featuring Errol Flynn. .
of Hank Lacotta and topped the
Moccasins 53. Lacotta had a no-
hitter going into the sixth, but
Fair Showing Made he weakened and the visitors collected Slums start at 2000. \
their only three hits and THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
runs. In fact, they had the three "100 MEN AND A GIRL, featuring Deanna Durbin.
By Station Skeetmcn runs and still had the bases load SATURD\Y
ed with two out. Johnny Sheffield "THE SEA HAWK", starring Errol Flynn. W
In State-wide Shoot strode to the mound to relieve SUNDAY
1 Lacotta, and the Fliers went intoa "SPOILERS OF THE NORTH", with Paul Kelly.
Considering the fine opposition harried huddle. Lacotta asked MONDAY AND TUESDAY
which the NAS Jax skeet shoot- for one more chance, and Coach "THE MACOMBER: AFFAIR", starring Gregory Peck, 1
ers had to tire against the Main- Ary sent Sheffield back to the WEDNESDAY; f
By J. F HELEN. ACMMIn "STRANGE JOURNEY", featuring Paul Kelly.
sid team made fair showing I dugout. Lacotta blazed three sizzling -
lit the State Skeet Shoot held at the following lines, your cor- strikes past Joe Green to THURSDAY
the Jax Gun Club last week-end. respondent is trying to describe retire the side and sew up the "CALCUTTA", starring Allan Ladd and Gail Russell

One of the team members, Lt. some of the highlights of Saturday's ; game. OTHER EVENTS
(jg> F. E. l Class A shooter by knocking a to- Eloise Petty: fine performance. Bill Decker of BINGO RTVEvery Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage
tal of 146 discs out of a possible "OUR WEDDING DAY" Southern was pitching flawless ATHLETIC GEAR-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and
15 from the air. Fields rated just The wedding of Pete aced Eton I ball also. He didn't issue a hit un- \ustin Road, 1000-1130 and 1300-i830 daily, and at Gear Room. topside -
ond place behind the runner-up of H'OJI quite a successful' affair; til the fourth when Ken Werner Bldg. 726, 0800-1700 on work days.
the meet I As a heaven-afnt gift, a gentle blasted a single to left. A double 1 II :MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-rrtear of Bldg. 39, open 1200-2100
Chief I. J. Franzblau received ( brertrPlayed I play erased Werner from the sacks daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
Class B rating. he popped 141x I over the yumts gathered and the score still stood at 00. ii | BOWLING-Six alleys located in Malnside Recreation Building
150 clay birds from the air. Not : there. I II i i In the fifth, however, the Fliers I II No. 3. Alleys open from 1630.2130ondays through Fridays; 1700-
far behind him came Lt Comdr. | Thf bride wore white with long- broke loose and copped the tilt. 2100 Saturdays and Sundays.
Fred Bozard. Lt. Paul King, and 'I flowing twit J, i iI I Beaudreau reached first on an error -1: BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
Chief Dominick Galltano. i I A beautiful creature to view, I I and went to second on a wild' Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat .after

The local skeeters will go to I The waul-of'honor wore yen ti* pitch. Wally Hages! slapped a single 1500.

Whiting Field tomorrow whereth I pink, to left scoring Beaudreau and i MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
y will take part in a four-team The bridesmaid, a light, light blue. I Ed: Guyton walked The runneis I the South wing of Building No. 95o, U open to NAS personnel and ,.
hoot. Cecil Field, Pensacola, and advanced on a wild pitch, and T. | their guests from 1000 to 2200: daily Available for wedding receptions -
the host team will round out the The "Ave Maria," char and strSay, S. Ary bunted Hages home. Dick by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-plto-
quartet of teams entered Rang/ out o'er the' silent throng; I I Allen singled Guyton across and I nograuh available for use of all hands.LIHKARY v .f,
I I And with its end, the' organ piped Ken Werner tripled to right, scoring 1 -Located on second a-jck: of Mainsiae Recreation Butot- -
That old familiar song! I'I Allen. Both pitchers settled Ing No. 3, Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday!
Chit'f' Warrant Evans, proud a.J'I down after that and the game
WAVES Move Toe from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.SWIMMING .
cr '_ I tall, I ended, 53. -(outdoor pools) Daily Monday through Saturday
e-t'"Oll"Round""Of.; .t taaA4.f.litte Did give the bride away,and I I Fliers 22; lUlford 6 I 0800 to 1900: Sunday 1200 to 1900GOLF .

tl'as an nhen (by round tha 'toay> I Unleashing their heaviest bat -Cours. open from 10OO to sunset daily. Saturday and Swiday -
Net TournamentSeven "mall// tins fplurfe of the season, the | from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House Bathing
Fliers took their third consecutivewin trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
I Tears filled the eyes of happy
j Pete by topping Raiford Prison, A1\l'UORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
girls came out in
on top I 226. The game was never in fiords and uniform of the 1730
day to 2300. Located
1 the firm round of the WAVES I As he led AM bride 1JXJ!j; doubt, and the locals just couldn'ts.em Field. south of Mason
tennis tournament 11Ie knows full well when liB
i and three aetawel" joins
: to be played yesterday and today I the fleet, I 18 be put out, banging out TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-
I: to determine the winners In That she's his till judgment ing Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Muatin and
Big guns for the Fliers were Yorktown Roads).
the second Congratulations dear
: flight. to /
dtJJI.// Ken Werner, who collected three
.\IC'JtKY--Club; located
And lives be in Bldg. 899 '
j Betty Rucker won from Barb may your full hits, including a double off the open daily from 1800
i| Wright, 6-2, 6-2; A. Elder drop- We hope your years have happy rightfield wall, and T. S. Ary, who to 2200; Saturday welcome from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
I Everyone
I i ped Georgia Avery, 6-4, 3.6 6-3, ends I garnered three hits in three trips.The .
and: 6-O: Lt. (jg) Reeves won a for- ; In this li/("'. uphill pull. Raiford nine Jumped off to NURSERY--Sponsored; by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 1101.
: felt from Eloise Petty; Margie I Mondays and Fridays-0300 to 1200; Tuesdays-1800 to 2100; Wednes-
I quick lead when two
a. they got
Jones won from Ellen Messer, 6-3,, I The reception held at the club runs in the first and one in the days--0300 to 1800; Thursdays-1300 to 1300; Saturdays-0900 to 0100(
6-4; and Iva McLean had to really from 1100 to 1400 was very sue- second stanza. I (Sundayi. Rates-(hourly) 20 cents for one child, 25 cents for two or
j i work to win her sets over Helen I 1 cessful. Friends from all divisions with a tally in both They the followed third and up ; more; (monthly $6 for one child, $7 for two or more.
Krouse. 6-3. 616.. and 61. Chris- l on the station came to ofter.their
fourth innings but it did them no WHERE; TO GO ASHORE
ty DeRoche copped a forfeit from i! personal congratulations. We take good.
LaVerne Tolle; Herm Rump won I I this. opportunity to wish them both Trailing 2.0 in the second Inning USO Armed Service Center, 122 West Forsyth Street Loungeopen ,
j from Sammy Davis, 6-0. 60. The ,i all the happiness and success in the Arymen broke out with OSOO-2300; dormitory open 21 hours a day-with showers, shaving
other winner in the first round of the world and hope that all their four hits, including. Ary's double, facilities, etc
play Lt. Lucy Thompson' drew a I i little ones will be better golfers. to score four runs and take a lead

Rump bye but in the was first defeated set of by the Herm second 1 There Tuesday's were Bingo quite a was few very players fine. which they never relinquished. The' the seventh. slants of Al Spencer, Cecil's start-

round, 6-1, 6.0.WAVES I i missing, however. Some of thelucky MAS nine collected two more runs II Pliers 3, ( dl Field 1 'I I ing pitcher. Spenceronly whiffed "
in the third
inning live in the
two Fliers, however and
: Softball i winners were Mrs. D. E. I The Arymen brought it up walked
I I fourth, eight in the fifth, and finished -
An upset, as far as records show, I Tully, Margaret Pick, and ChietJ I II it off with three tallies in I II four consecutive wins on Tuesday I four men.
| was accomplished by the PAS I I E. Holt and A. Saulin, CPhM's: I __ when they eked by a tight Cecil I! After Sheffield had retired the
WAVES a week ago Tuesday as from the hospital who split the was Mrs G. E Rush. Field nine, 3-1, at Mason Field ,! Cecil nine In thefirst, the Air
they defeated. the highly-publicized third game of the first 3-in-l. Say, it's a roily-poly bouncing The Fliers only smacked out four ,Station drew first blood. Allen slapped
Greyhound Girls from Jax by the These two lucky boys are room- baby girl for Chief and :Airs. Jahn hits throughout the seven innings, a double to center and Bill
0 score of 22-14. 'I' atea. L. L. Edwards won the Her highness weighed in at 6 Ibs. but they all counted. I Crane fanned But the Cecil catcher -

j" Ruth LaVere took the hill for the grand prize. Friday's Bingo win- 12 oz. at 03-10 on 30 April. Congratulations Johnny Sheffield, sterling southpaw dropped the last strike and, .
locals allowing 13 hits and giving Hers were B. K. Offley, ACOM: to you both and loads limited the visitors to five hits while he was attempting to throw
up three gratis passes. It turned Margaret Pick, and Mrs. E. N. of happiness with your new little in gaining his fourth victory of the out Crane, Allen cam all the way
out to be more of a batting prac- LeBouef, who took the first 3-in-l arrival. season. He fanned live and didn around for the first score
tice for both outfits for the winners !I Chief Conner, Ruby Piper, andMrs. More players are needed for the pass any. The lone Cecil run wasa The Cecil team tied it up in their
garnered 20 base knocks off J. B. Miller were the win- chief's softball team, especially result of Ed, Guyton's error half of the fourth but Jack Beid-
r the offerings of three Greyhound 1 ners of the second 3-in-l. Grand pitchers and. hard-hitting outfielders. The locals were having Just as I witz singled in the latter part of

, hurl,.era. prize *.winner of Friday evening Inquire at the CPO Club. tough a time trying to reach the I the inning. He went to. second on
-- -- _
an error ana r acne() intru on a.
passed bull Sheffield proceeded to

I' STALEMATE 111 Harold Jones, sf Hole in One perfect win his bunt own game to squeeze by dropping home tlto a

___ .. deciding run.
The Arymen added one more in
I the fifth when Crane walked and

/ Beaudreau reached first on a field
er's choice, forcing Crane at necoiul.
'- Wally Hages then scored Beau

: ,. .. Ot dreau by blasting. a 370 foot tripleto
() deep left.
Judy; And what, my dear, did
: you find to be the biggest thrill
of marriage?
c2 Madge.: Thumbing my noao at
.. the house detective. *

: A nice shouldn't hold '
f i. gl a
.:,;D, /ir :': ct&M''v. s, .,."... ... "... ._..._, -e, Al % young man's hand but on the
other hand, a nice girl has to.t .



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ITS; a TOUGH(: tire By SCee.w'Cs' !

Jtl 5 I Letters To The EditorDear I N V

Editorial Office
Vj _
South \\lnf, Lower Deck, Bldf. 930 Editor:

Extension 8184.
This letter is in answer to the one
Arthur !M. Greene, Editor lished in PUb-I
last week's issue of the JAX !

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the NEWS which was written by George I j4"i
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Florida and I S2c. ,
commercially with funds at
printed non-appropriated I
no expense to the government and in compliant The Ship's Service Officer has been f-
with SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December aware of the fact that the laundry service I t

1945. Copies are distributed free of charg during: the past two or three weeks has not .. ,
at the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical been entirely satisfactory. Each year at this = v
Center the of the Naval ,, .
Training Headquarters t ,
time when the from "blues"to
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters 01 Navy changes '
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Ai: "whites", the laundry personnel are literally + I 1.\ w

Station Cecil Field the Naval Air Gunnery Hang, swamped with a great influx of white

And the U. S. Naval Hospital.Rear uniforms, and it was considered undesirableto
Admiral Raipb Davlson.
Commandant, Seventh Naval District employ additional inexperienced personnelfor
Chief .( Naval Air Advanced Training the short period of time necessary to

Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN Commanding catch up with the work. P
Jacksonville Naval Air Station
The situation has improved, however, and
CsjaLn Howard V. Hop kin*, USN, Commanding
1 Naval Air Technical iraining Center: the laundry is once more operating on sched- /
ule. You and the other "thousand men"
Captain Robert It. Gillett (MC), USN, Commanding
il. S Naval Hospital should find that it takes no longer than a. .

Captain 1". W. Prl-!;:;: ;:;;: omm ill. maximum of five working days before your \

i Naval Air Reserve-Training Unit clean bundle of laundry is returned, and you ,. .

', Lt Col.) T. C. Moore, Jr.. USMC, Commanding will often find that your bundle is ready 1 \

Marine Barrack within two or three days. (

Conulr. Jules F. Schumacner, USN, Commanding The Shin's Service Officer appreciates i
Naval Air Gunnery Range
i your interest as well as :the cooperation of
('..rodr. Frederick J. Brush USN Commanding I "GU'SII! I ought to read these things hoonerl"!
Naval Auxiliary; Air :Station Cecil if'leldCurt. all hands during this period.It __

Alexander M. Hearn, USMC is hoped that the services offered by

Marine- Aviation UeiauiiuentTUe the laundry and the other activities of this I Commercial iiC

JAX AIR NEWS receive Ship Editorial Aiouatien! ma department will prove satisfactory to you in
terial. Republication of credited matter prohibited without Bulletin rt.
the future. i
permiiiion of EA. Washington 2i, D. C. Republication of anyether
matter, except by service publication 1 II prohibited .
Lt. R. C. Hobbs.Chaplains'
(jg) .
without permiiiiOB of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.:: j

llulUtinsLJ1 be accepted untilspace

has been filled, but no later t
"Lost And Found"SEAThe I Corner"DON'T I than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 83JO.

( Navy Personal Effects Distribution ron SAI.E

Center at Clearfield Utah, is its
FENCE ME IN"A Three-bedroom Souse in Timuquana Manor
official title, but it is just the Navy's huge 1'j,. mile from NAS. Ready for Immediate BLOOD BROTHER by Elliot Ar-

"lost and found" center. More\ than 30,000 little while ago Cole Porter reached into screened occupancy.porch, electric Newly!stove redecorated, ice box,, nold is a history, in fiction form,

cruise boxes trunks suitcases and his vast store of musical and circulating heater hot water heater of the Southwest from the time
seabags, knowledge lifetime roof, tile bathroom, and kitchen I of the Gadsden Purchase in 1865
personal bundles lost, misplaced or left by pulled out a new type of song. He aptly en- drain 118'. Considerably Beautiful neighborhood under market Lot price-70' x : until the end of the Indian Wars,

Naval and Coast Guard personnel are being titled it, "Don't Fence Me In". It made a J65S5 down payment 1120. 4359 Blount about 1870. The story of the ad-
receipt of for- Ave., T. J. Uailey. ventures of Cochise, noted chief of
held at the Center, pending hit and was sung everywhere for weeks.I Bungalow In Timuquana Manor I';: mile
warding orders by owners or nextofkin.It's think the song was so popular becauseit from NAS. Near but line. Ice box, electric the Chiricahua Apaches, and Tom
stove and loft water tank. Availableon Jeffords, famous peace-maker and
a big business, this lost and found struck a responsive chord in our thinking. or before 1 Auguit Desirable neigh Indian agent, is a series of thrill-
More\ than 64,000 individual collec- Americans have been borhood. (700.. down payment $100.:
center. always pioneers-it is Mr*. Corwin 46S1 Blount Ave. ing episodes taking place againstthe
tions of articles have been handled to date. an important element in our national herit- 19J6 V-8 Cadillac convertible coupe. New background of Apache war-
paint, good tire, and good mechanical
Shipments to claimants are made at the rate age to "Go west young man." The other responsive condition. $800. Lt. Comdr. Farkas, ext. fare.

of 1,000 per week and inquiries arrive at the chord was the natural human desire House 8275.trailer 25 ft. Excellent condition. Irwin In PHILOSOPHER'S Edman discusses in informal -
rate of 800 per week. to to be "fenced in." May be seen at Air Base Trailer Park.J. .
manner, and with charm
H. Montgomery, AMlc. AAK Flight
The personal effects include anythingfrom In my association with men, I find a great lest.Llvingroom. and humor, some of the basic phuV "

a bar of soap or a pin-up picture to a number with a definite feeling of being I let. Well suite.,1218B bedroom Hancock suite,St.and, NAS.dinette osophical questions perennially .

Japanese Samurai sword. The valuables include "fenced in." Into that all those Pre-war Wedgewood table top ga* range, facing mankind. It is stimulating
category go practically! new. Mr. Sprayberry, ext. reading for those familiar with
jewelry, bonds, money orders, Govern- who are literally fenced in because they have 8169. philosophical ideas as well as a
Home attractive, 1 block from bus line,
ment allotment checks, wills and insurance broken the rules or laws made for the goodof 2 blocks from grade school l'j mile good Introduction for those. un-....-.
All are treated with equal care. from NAS. Electric stove good K,. box. familiar with th n.b: +-*, .". 7*"*
policies. society. Whenever become self- ,
men so
Recently re"--Leo v..o.4r. Kona who have read and enjoyed theauthor's
-*- centered they can think of the comfort of no 8.piece ext 413.oak 4S4J dmingroom Timuiuana let lined good player PHILOSOPHER'S HOLIDAY -

one but themselves, they invariably get into piano and roller.) 1421 Market St. Kerik. should also like this one.
Military Bases Good tire,
paint job good
Philippine 1937
trouble.; To think only of self, and the satis- clean upholstery heater, and sound body. With the growth of interest in

(SEA-Four major operating areas in faction of selfish desires and impulses, is to 1933 Contact Ttrraplane Shelton: four-door P. A. L. Barrack sedan, good building, ARCHITECTURE, AN
the Philippine Islands-Guiuan in the Leyte- invite a real "fencing in". The man who hasa body,. 1942 engine four good tire, aoodpaint. Hamlin is particularly by timely.
All loupcd up for racing or pleas.ure
Samar area, Subic Bay, Tawi Tawi and healthy concern for the good of the whole car. Contact Shelton BM'c, P. A. L. The book furnishes the reader withan

Sangley Point, Cavite-will be maintainedby group rarely causes trouble-he usually has Studio Barracks couch Bldg.easy 912.chair look case end introduction to the whole sub

the Navy under terms of a 99-year mili- more freedom than anyone. table wall what-not, two throw rug, ject of architecture today in an
drapes double bed ironing board breakfast interesting manner and with many
tary-naval agreement signed by the U. S. and Jesus said on one occasion, "If the Son set table and four chairs small illustrations. The author "follows
table lamp, chest of drawers and miscellaneou -
the Philippines.The therefore shall make you free, ;ye shall be glassware, $40. 1442A Child the theme that architecture is an

principal Army base will be the Fort free indeed." He had just declared that to Cocker St.. NAS.pups Jackson.male and female. Beautiful art with which everyone comes Into -

Stotsenberg military reservation in Pampan- sin was to become a slave of sin. Clearly white and brown. AKC registered. daily contact. Understanding
Bruco'i Golden Archer at stud. D. 11. buildings intelligently will providethe
ja Province, Central Luzon, and nearby Clark then, Jesus was dealing with the problem of Epperson ext. 253, or North Plainfield same pleasure as understanding
Field. being fenced in spiritually. To read the Bibleis St., Orange Park.
1944 Muter deluxe Chevrolet port coupe painting, sculture music, or
In addition to the major establishments, to find that this freedom provided: by Clean and Rood condition Call ext. 845 literature. An increased appreci

rights have been obtained for other areas of Christ for all those who place their faith in 1941 or Chevrolet phone Ensign coupe Turlington.Don O'Neal ation of architecture can" provide

limited size and other Class B sites maybe him is not freedom from bodily suffering ; ext.1630.345 or Bldg. 11 between 0700 and means Still for a the richer life.of
on subject building.
developed later. A special provision en- nor is it freedom from divine chastisements, Matched W. Purtee bedroom ext.suite 794, 1241$35. Hancock Must sell St.J., but along a different line, is THE
J' ables the Army and Navy to use part of nor freedom from the temptations of Satan, NAS. RAMMED EARTH HOUSE by'

the Manila port area on the same basis as or even from the presence of sin. It does involve Miscellaneous Parker. furniture. Ext. 407, Mr*. F. Merrill. This is a complete -

any private installation. several wonderful freedoms, however, 1946 Ford two-door super deluxe. Ext. on one of the oldest building met I
8309 Held. ods known to man. A brief
None of the permanent or operating in which every one of us should be greatly Two bedroom lets, kitchen set, \llvlngroom of this type of construction !)
set V.V.. Smith, S530B Craven M.,
I bases are established near centers of population nterested. Dewey Park. given but the larger part of the

To be a Christian means to be free from FOK KENT book is devoted to a descriptionof

-- -*- the of the broken law. Christians the construction of a rammed-
curse are Large, tool, corner room. Smule bed with earth house from empty lot to finished -
not under law but under the grace of God innerspring mattress. Launury facilities .
Mobile Dental Units available. On NAS bus line. Can be seen
who provided the Sacrificial Savior. It also at 3380 Chnllen & Knight .or phone 2- the sports fans, the libraryhas

(SEA-Nine Navy mobile dental units means that believers are free from the guiltof Sleeping 0014 Pusulla.with kitchen privileges also two new books, THE BOSTON

pach consisting of a truck and trailer sin. That is what Paul meant when he share living room. Mrs E. W. Browning RED SOX by Frederick G. Lieb
phone 7-S8J5; 2920 Spencer St. should be of interest to baseball
wrote "There is therefore now no condemn- Room In waterfront home. Phone
weighing nearly 15 tons and costing approxi-: Ortega fans from that region. For fans
2-5527, Bofigs.
mately $30OOO-are furnishing dental treatment ation to them which are in Christ Jesus. In Room with twin beds next to bath. On of the ring there is :MY LIFE

in seven naval districts to activities I the: third place, we find that Christians are NAS phone bus 7.5287.Twobedroom route.. 2526 Post fct.. Dorden STORY, an autobiography of Joe

which do not have a. regularly assigned dent- free from the dominion of sin. The Scrip- house furnished Available 31 LouisISraitfiiiir.
May to 1 July. Phone :2-215U. Alliion.
al officer. The units were originated by Rear tures say, "For sin shall not have dominionover Apartment, furnished except for linens ,
Chief of the you ; for ye are not under the law but and silver. Available 10 May. Mrs. Austin ,- I
Admiral A. G. Lyle (DC) USN, phone 23342. Cull after 100
under Then too Christ makes his i
Dental Division, BuMed. grace. ,
Each unit is equipped with two complete followers free from all fear of men. Christ WANTED
Moriel-A, Funl. Chief Pearce ext. 8365,
dental including X-ray and took ordinary men with all their natural Galley 4. NATTC. _.
I. operating rooms,
A* ,
the Station Chapels Birmingham
.- sterilizing apparatus. An auxiliary jeep produces fears and timidity and made of them flam- Ride from 3rd and Main to NAS. Working Road and Muslin Avcne. ,
hours 0800 to 1630. Phone 3-1768M or
fire-brands who defied all the forces of Protestant
to the equipment. The ing ext. 7E6. J. Feeney.
power operate 0930 NATTC Service-Chaplain \\. 1.
l unit can use local water facilities or operate evil to provide the glorious Gospel of Christ Ride from Park and Donald to NAS. Springfield.<<: B\\
Working hours 0800 to 1630. Betty
everywhere. Perhaps the greatest freedomof 0930-Sunday School, Small! Chapel.
independently. Thornton ext. 491. Sirs Archibald Kettle
the for example the all is freedom from the fear of death. 1045-General Worship Sen:ce During past ,
Mount Pulaskl, 111, (SEA)', lain F L. Albert.
Christ removes all doubt about death and -
Naval District
unit assigned to the Eighth Catholic
There was one blaze firemen of this
gives positive to the heart of every 0700-Mass.
dental service to than
has furnished more town couldn't do anything about. 0900-Mass.
,I 2,500 naval personnel. In addition to the regular "born again" man and women.If They had to put in a call to nearby 1100-Mas*.
mobile would be done with being "fenced t Lincoln, 111., for help. The conflagration AD Outdoor Nursery for mall children -
units, the Navy also has a pros- you Is maintained bttwten 0900
of I in" then embrace Him whom to know aright took place in the fire and 1200.J.wiah .
thetic dental unit which operates out station and the firemen couldn't Religion Service and

the National Naval Medical Center, BethesJft is life eternal. get inside the station to get their Fellowship Hoar
: J830-Frl l\y In the small Chapel.;
Wd. i Chaplain Harold F. Menges. equipment.

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"j',,; Manpower Utilization Team Surveying I

a .:(;:. Departmental- Personnel Requirements. .

; A survey of the personnel requirements -
of each department at and Repair Department who have personnel requirements can I*

>. NAS Jacksonville is being under- conducted studies along this line planned.

1y : taken by a Manpower Utilization within their own department. In- "2. Recommend major organizational -

H Team in order to determine per- cluded are W. A. Stanul W. L. or procedural changes to

sonnel needs under existing workloads Lewis J. J. Redfern M. V. Haas effect economy of manpower utili-

Dl it was announced last weekin W. S. Bazemore and R. M. Proc- zation and point out possible projects -

; Order to Heads of DepartmentsNo. tor. Although they are assignedto or areas of study which shouldbe

E : 2147. A&R Management Engineering, the object of additional Investi-
The investigation is being carried for the purposes of this personnel gation."

out in order that optimum survey they are responsible onlyto It was pointed'out that,in order

manpower utilization will be real- the Commanding Officer, it was to develop a factual picture the
stated.! Manpower Team may find it nec-
ized in line with necessary econ-
measures, it was understood. Primarily, the mission of the essary to dig very thoroughly Into
omy Manpower Utilization Team is to certain operational details, and
The team is composed of specialists
"investigate determine and rec- 'that department heads were to lender -
from the Management Engi-
ommend departmetal personnel full cooperation when the team
Division of the Assembly
neering requirements in the light of ex- visited their respective activities.

isting workload." Actual work on the survey be-

According to the order, the team gan last week with the Executiveand

shall have a secondary mission, if Industrial Relations Depart

r there is sufficient time. This secondary ments first on the list. Evenually

{ Manpower SurveyCOMMUNICATIONS task will be to: Communications, Medical, Dental

I, I "1. Investigate the possibility of Personnel, Physical Training, Pub-

Tit J;; establishing workload 'yardsticks'or lic Works, Supply and Accounting,

Department was among the first units of measurement on the Yard, and Aviation Training will

activities to be visited by the basis of which present and future be covered, the order revealed.
a 4
Manpower Utilization Team. V F .
(Above) Comdr. Gifford Grange, > Z ,

Communcations Officer, shows ff 46f
the department's organizationalchart I
to >V. S. Bazemore and R.

M. Proctor as Lt. C. H. Crawley rT .11 I.LJ -=- = ARG"ND 'ff-

looks on. (Right) The team discusses iP I AltD

the work of the telephone I Engineering IM>'Is on, By Fred --- .. J\\

supervisor P E. Clyne __ Paul Carman rode on

) the test flight of the new radar first wedding anniversary last Sat-

'ri Telephone<< and Telegraph Officer classroom built in an R4D. Paul urday. May we wish you many
was the co-ordinating link between more happy anniversaries?

1 Louie St. Petery and the drafts- Interim Overhaul challenges any
man, and then had the pleasure baseball team in Assembly and

--- of participating in the initial tests. Repair to play during lunch hour

-.- -- -- .: = I Everyone is wondering what size ((1045: to 1130). Interested teams
bowl "Buzz" Gamache used for
V should contact B. Dodson at ext.
INSIDEPUBLIC InspectingThe his haircut last week.

:: SUPPLYSALLIES We hear that Foy Howard has 755.Metal Dh'islon-by BobbWeextend .

WORKSBy been fishing lately. What kind,
a welcome to the new personnel -
= > F We in the Metal Division:
: know the reason back of
.: MAKY RODGERS InspectorsBy Charles Kaeller, J. T. Livecchi, RM-
that hair cut Walt Welsch had a
r4 F. H. McKinley acting Public 2c and James Wakeman, shop
of weeks He's streamlining
Works foreman, really has a head HELEN BURNETTEThe couple ago. 477, and R. E. Shupe ACMM
I himself for a life-guard In-
for business. He got off a haIr main office has two new- structor.We Shop {75. Chief Shupe has recently

day last week to knock down his returned from the Philippines,
comers this week Mary Emily have two new people in En-
By Clara E. Speer coal bin, but after a few minutesof Chief C. L. Morris, Shop 470, comes'
The following cartoon by Hartley that arduous labor he was tired. Freer and Martha O. Rexford who gineering, John A. Gillespie from from Quonset Point R. I. Shop 480

Stevens and the poem by Lillie So he suggested to Mrs. Mac that transferred from Supply and Ac- Supply Transportation.and Helen John Thompson is workingin from wecomes two newcomers N. W.

Claud (Stock Control) are aproposat they go to a movie and she readily counting. We extend a most hearty Tech Files and Helen is work- Runkles and D. R. Wimberley.We .
this time: agreed that it was a good idea. both and would like to know where
welcome to you sincerely ing in the secretarial pool.I .
Now the coal bin will probably the roses come from that are onEstelle's
stand for another five years, wbetcha. hope you will enjoy working with guess Herb Hall heard the fellow desk. Could it be from
OUR NAMES ARE, IN us. say, "Two can live as cheaplyas I Security?
HERE' DO YOU SUPPOSE one." Just wait in a couple of !I.
I WE STARTED WEARING A complaint has been received One of these days (when we years he will be hunting that fellow At last it was found necessary
from Donald Traer who's now to scout to send J. L. to
have time) we are going with a shotgun.We Young the old
t.' THT00 TH1NGS pulling the graveyard shift on the around in department and just wonder what the conversation men's home. He was transferredto
LATE ? Trouble Desk that he doesn't have 482 last week.
in the parking lot last week
"i see how much hidden talent.there
;" enough business to keep him was about between Earl Pardue Structures Divisionby Latlietia
t. awake. Would somebody please set is among our personnel. Did you and the man-in-white on the mo- S. Guntner.-Things are humming
I his alarm clock to go off around know we have a second Al Jolson?
{ I torcycle. Was the conversation all Structures lately. We are get-
r K :3am. and give Donald a buzz? Yessiree Just ask Bill Kirkto one way Earl? I I ting action on problems which

Helen Thompson has been transferred sing Swanee! And it's a known Lois Barclay Is back from New have been holding up production
rr.. Charlie Saxton admit
Transportation to A fact that
York Maybe that's the reasonshe' Supervisors Turberville Dick-
& R-just When they had like Clark Gable.
mov he has ears
walking around at King Pitts Willis
looking enson and
into their nice office too. We
new Who is the most studious
l REDUl! ." person the ceiling. Hunt are all to be congratulated
miss Helen, and wish all
ONi you you in our department. None other than on their showing.Monday .
i Have noticed what Charles
the best in your new job. John Camesi, S2c, In the main of- you
F Trescott has been driving to work was moving day for the
Ill W. V. Strom Apprentice Training
fice. Camesi is striking for AEM
lately? He he bought it for Group. Desks
Supervisor, has sprouted a and he should make it without says
any took off at dawn
FoRC mustache because he thinks it trouble. He really makes his wife. Guess he's just breaking and settled downon
every landing field in
it in. A&R. Pagan -
gives him that: Clark Gable look. minute count: when he isn't busy Terk and
.. I Perkins (Maintenance) has working he's studying and then Engine O\'erhauLby Carl W. desks Wysong held their
The air is calm i U Jar Supply I made a startling discovery. Namely he studies some more. We know Player Many of you folks have I ings. on the beam for safe land-

A "Reduction Storm" has just that she will never make a you won't have any trouble, Came- been wondering what that maroon 325
Shop is
passed by. successful burglar. She couldn't si, and' that you'll make this rate flash was passing by you just in- Iy with snowed under late*
The suspense was great the whole even get into her own house the okay. side the station a few morningsago. a sea of glass enclosures,

week through- other night when she returned So, now comes the explanation. and efforts are under way to en-
Louie Jordan has a new hobby large the
Just where it would break none oft home from the movies and discov- It was none other than our shop area, a much and
now-of all things, sling shotsHe's long-needed
its knew. eerd that she didn't have a key I boy, Ben "Speed" Tingen, who improvement.
really trying to perfect one Accessories
I As the clouds passed over, we with her. She tried picking the was a little late getting to work. Division by Bob
which he will be
hopes a super-du- CookGeraIdine
heard a faint sigh, lock with a wire the windows, etc. Oh, yes, the gray flash right be- Nettles was call-
Chief Hollis is to ed
trying swing because
When old friends were bidding all to no avail. So she settled downon per hind him was-the Station Police. of the !erious-
the deal and the illness
get nasty of her
weapon mother.
tacft other "Goodbye. the steps to wait for Mr. P. But don't feel too sorry for Ben However
Into the Ordnance and
haveIt she's
Shop back
bur thoughts have turned to our who was bowling (as per usual on folks. He probably has his station now and her mother
bore-sighted. Careful, boys, folk! is
: getting along
work at last, Friday nights). tag back by now.
have been hurt with those things! John and
Barry P.
Hoping the season for storms has Lt. White has returned from his Power Plant Panorama: Waterman
1 passed. tour of duty at Cecil Field and is Plans are in the making for a Repoff, Frank Blanton, Bill George Ken- began their apprentice school
big event within the next few training last Monday and
are enthusiastic
now assigned to Design & Engineering and Ben
Tonight is the big night for the weeks, the Department Picnic, yon Tingen planning a about the
Supply Department Civilian Soft- Division. fishing trip to Orange Lake .
.j C. A. Hill of the
which to be afi.4w GYro Shnn.
ball Team! We play the opening r."O_Maintenance__'__ _____welcomes,.. _. ....__.Kathleenr __u L_. }'fAlu'promises vntty nlnn, a to bang-up h.. -TI--. _KmrtlAnalri:;nun_ e.crrinnincy........ hirtarlT-.v.T. VA.,"'- I off for a few days ad was
League in the Southside mans!, lurmeny 01 jjesign, into ; cause the A&R Officers' reports
game bowling
g dti ; ; i that he
or you'll miss a wellas enjoyed his holiday.
Softball League. I the fold. Hope you'll like your new team, of which he is a member, I One of old
good eats. our stand-bys, Johnny
job, Kathie. defeated the A&R
Scene: St. Nicholas Park Diam- Hot Shots high. Moore
Did ever hear this Now, Sara, we'll see if the old was forced to take ten
. and, Springpark Road Southllde.If. you one on scoring civilian combine off
on account of
., Time 7:43 p. m., May 8, 1917. Henry Foster, leadingman pipefitter adage is true: Absence makes the "Spark Plug" Hallmark watching I he's right "on the ball" illness but

J Players: Hastings, KodeilUt, ? He's so lazy that he actually heart grow fonder! his team play volley ball from the Iva McLean again.
Ifi;'.:.' Tate, Parker Mendel "Wilkins lies down to fish! But he caught The check-out slips were signedfor sidelines Sophie Geleneau's ond prize in the, WAVES, won sec
Wood, Wilson! Owens., Kountree I three and that's better than we quite a few of our men last constructive criticism quickly followed Tournament. It !
anel KSmble. can say for some people we know week and good-byes were reluc- by destructive criticism silver identification was an attractivesterling

Opponent: JlendrUk Memorial who sit up. tantly said to some of our oldest from Jim Feeney Margaret let. So far she hasn't brace.

Team. Alec P. Vaughan (Contract) is (not age) members of the depart- Wail, charming in her red jacket I Keep it Iva. been defeated. -

Scuttlebutt has it that Supply the proud papa of a baby girl, ment. J. C. Barland, ACM has and Buddy poppy Fred Lough- up

:" will have a good ball team. Any- Catherine Beatrice, who was bornon been transferred to NAS, Bermuda ry convincing his boss that he took Ray Kennedy of Graphic Art.

'::;. body else interested in playing, April 19. Congratulations Alec ; E. A. Adams, AMM2c, was really needed Friday afternoon off the ham a trip and to Atlanta and reports

r..tJ., come on out and make it known. We hear that Mr. Griffin Isn't transferred to FASRON 1, NAAS, to do some shopping Neil sweet 'taters were

i/' By the way, the Hendricks :Memo happy in his new office in the Ad. Charleston, Rhode Island; K. E'I Drake bringing in photographs to Arts absolutely Shop has tops.moved Since the Graphic

rial Team is managed by one of Bldg., 'cause he doesn't have Derrington, ACM, was transferred' prove he wasn't lying about those it into it's new
quarters has
Supply Department's favorite sons,' enough people to argue with. to Oceana, Virginia; R. C. Carl- fish. sonnel. expanded its per

Clyde Whitaker of Building 163. son, ACMM VF3 : "Frenchy" Bouchard i.e
I Quonset Point Interim Overhaul _
by FrancesPoeThe back there after
Joyce Cowart and Ophelia Sapp town Margaret Mendenhall Rhode Island; and H. J. Borcz, AC- [ in a bit of Squadron
I boys / 1200 want
shop duty and
(Stock Control) and Betty Lotz (Fiscal), has resigned to becomea MM, VPAM-4, Norfolk, Virginia. ''to know if all the running E. J. instrument our sweetheart of the

t (Issue) had a week-end of fun housewife again. We'll miss seeing you "boys" Romig has been shop, Lillian Hastey,
doing lately means has been putting in
and entertainment at Gainesville SOS CALL FOR BOXES! If you around and sincerely hope you will he's getting in shape for the A&R her time there too. a. good bit of

at the University of Florida Spring have boxes, size enjoy new stations of
any any or shape, your duty. Party, May 17. It seems he took Bill Ruckman and Lyle Mach
Frolics. The main feature was the come to the rescue of Betty Sted To offset some of our losses, honors from J. B. at the last party are now taking flying lessons

Harry James dance Ellen <(
Griffls! enjoyed last week-end at take possession of that long- into the department: J. J. Vrboniic for champ this time. Lots of luck of Rosselle Street.

Pensacola Stock Control entertained awaited apartment provided she ACMM; N. C. Bolin, ACMM; from all of us! We of electrical instrumentswant

/ William Cox on April can get enough boxes Ln whichto C. A. Sandcfur ACMM; L. C. Chief Carpenter is on leave. He to extend our hearty welcometo
' 25th at a farewell luncheon at the move her belongings .
Montgomery AMM3c Edward is his final
; making to
trip Pensa- Chief W. D. Davis
,4,'." ; Colonial Inn. We are glad to report that Emi- AEMlc ,
Ryan, Bill
; McCormick, cola to bring his family back with transferred here from ise
The Shipping Section regrets ly Freer is able to return to work. AMMlc and J. F. Johnson AMM- him So that's the end of the Pen- land, Wash. Chief Davis'Whidbey
" the resignation' of Gladys Baldwin However she has transferred to Ie We hope each of you enjoy sacola trips! lem big proto
right now Is to find
a homo
who has accepted a position in the A. & R.
Department. with
working us. The Roy skews celebrated their for his wife and two children ,




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1C Pag3 Six NATl'C JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 8 ,May 1947

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Howard V. Hopk.1. USN
Edstor's Note: TAw w the first
Comma) Hero, 3htp and incident that Fund this week, Oliver F. T., I the Navy has opened up a fu-
Lt. Commander J. W. Willla! _, USN ejrpr M a trne r of naval f raditioMi took top honors, with a final I with a bright outlook"
PuMiti InfotiMttlioK tKfumr.Aiinaor and heroism. of 87.53. J. A., hails from $t.
to Jet Air N.wEdltorUl Bowman,' J. A., S2c was ,' Mo. He made this state.
Office for NATtC Socti.m RUTMIM ItT and IK. I Probably no transport used dur with a mark of S3.73, I concerning the school:
Aiinuniiitrttioa Building <>-A. T.l. Bit'204. ling the war had a more colorful tions to both men; keep up had not asked for Aviation
I good work. Oliver, T. F., hails I joined the Navy, but now
Editor career than the U.S.S..West Point.Through I
Arthur T. Kit*>nilt.oll.! Sl. i seas streaked with tor- Los Angeles California. Had going through the AvFund
'r i. to say about the school: lucky to be in it.
pedo wakes torn by storms and
:! I Newswriter II "I consider myself very hope to go on t>> Aerograph
U .
ripped by bombs the S S West
Robert J Wehlin,. StAll
Mate School which has
; the ate to have been able to appeal
Point, Navy's largest troop
:; Photograph are official U, S, Navy Photograph made bjr N.\3ThtHo transport, carried more than -&00I,: Aviation Fundamentals School me since entering A.F.
Lab and A,. Fund Lab .. it offers tine of has been
School Photo unl otherwise credited.WHRT 000 soldiers sailors, and marines cause me a course study
to and from the battle. fronts of I ground for my future school. I interesting, and decidedly
the world in unescorted dashes : "Aviation Fundamentals is I in choosing the rate in
I which covered more than 23.000( and for those who wish to I believe I would like to

miles and equalled sixteen tripsaround ; it offers a. good ('oursof my time in the Navy."
the globe. Like most trans ---- ---.-
ports she was only 27 feet shorter -
1I than a 750-foot Washingtonclass I Jl'sJOKE.A

battleship-all her war-time I l Book"
voyages were made without the .
protection of convoy warships On NATTC Library !
speed alone, her safety depended i e'
and so far as can be learned, never West of the Mississippi, from ,
once did she lose a passenger. I Rio Grande to the Canadian 7/aI.
.:, Converted from the luxury liner lea, lies a land of adventure

. MOVIE SCHEDULE: S.S. America largest merchant I i I you can forget your cares a little church near Los
vessel ever built in the United i i I share the colorful and we noticed the following
f NATTC States, the West Point began herwar ,i I lives of the men who won announcing the Sunday's
life in Singapor Harbor when 'I' West. You will see! the Old I :

" (( } ll\Y-FEAR IN THE NIGHT with Paul Kelly, Kay Scott. Jap artillery and planes scattered it really -jam-packed you know what Hell is*"
Shows at 1815 and 2015 : schrapnel on her weather decks I mystery adventure, and I
that in small
i I question
t'Rm.AXn SAIUKI).\\'-THE EGG AND I, starring Claudette and dropped bombs within 50 feet A land where cowboys.

Colbert and Fred MacMurray Shows at 1730 and 2015 on Friday. of her giant hull. I I rustlers and bandits ride 'I was in and printed hear our organist."
Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000 on Saturday Her escapes were numerous. Off where great herds of
SU. \Y-DEVIL THUMBS A RIDE, with Lawrence Tierney and Rio de Janeiro a Nazi torpedo ;: still roam the range I'I I
Nan Leslie Shows at 1400 1800 and 2000 streaked across her bow. In Miln'' cactus and tumbleweed are causes a man to

MONDAY AND Tl'tSD.Yl00; MEN AND A GIRL, featuring Bay, men of the West Point stoodat of the scenery where! ; marriage makes him fork
Deanna Durbin and Adolpe Menjou Shows at 1315 and 2015. battle stations for hours against fast and violent and rangers the"I .
WEDNESDAY-THE SEA HAWK starring Errol Flynn and Jap air-raids In the Red Sea and quick on the draw! You can IT.
Claude Rains. Shows at 1730 and 2015. I at Suez, her guns were alerted ,. in this land where a sure I the calf to the silo:
TII URSUA SPOILERS OF THE NORTH, with Paul Kelly and barrage balloons were lifted as man's best life( insurance if I my fodder in there. .
and Evelyn Ankers Shows at 1815 and 2015. against surprise Nazi torpedo choose! one of the new !' I .
planes. Submarines were sunk not in the libtary | was only the bottlemaker's
',> Yellow Water far from her track. Raging storms, You'll meet characters but no one could stopper.
producing waves 50 feet high at than rawhide in I .
j T If URS.D \Y-NO SHOW. one time damaged the West Point I HOOFS by William McLeod : : "Johnnie do you want
tKID\Y AND SATURn.-\ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND. With a crew of more than 800 men. Tension mounts as Bob Webb the room?"
With Tyrone Power Alice Faye and Don Ameche. I the West Point carried upward or cently escaped from Yuma : "Say teacher, you don't
SUNDAY-FEAR IN THE NIGHT, with Paul Kelly and Kay Scott 77.000 passengers but only half of tentiary. takes long chances I'm standing here hitch-hik-.
I MONDAY AND TUESDAY-THE EGG AND I, starring Claudette them could crowd at one time on clear his name of a murder do yuh"
Colbert and Fred MacMurray. the open weather decks. Besides and avenge his father's death. I
i- WEDNESDAY; -THE DEVIL THUMBS A RIDE with Lawrence serving as a troop transport she Will Ermine's OUTLAW : five-year-old Willy en-
Y Tiernev and Nan Leslie also carried casualties. Immedi- HORSEBACK tells how his father, just home
THURSDAY-NO SHOW.THINGS ately after V-E Day, she was one Marr deputy U. S. Marshall work, he was obviously re
ti of the first shipse to reach her a relentless man hunter, from a crying spell.
TO DOABOARDFLEETS home shores with 191 litter cases up the last of the formidable the trouble Willy?" in,
and 400 wounded home from the of old-time bandits. Marr
IN-Open nightly 17302130. Bldg 517. was his father.
battle. She ,
\ Sandwiches and snacks available. NATTCenter Orchestra European transported pared for anything but events just had a dreadful scene
thousands of Axis des-
)I : featured on Monday nights. prisoners a turn that he could never your wife." sniffed Willy.
tined for prison camps in the ,
when his I
anticipated girl ran ,
BOWLING-Six alleys in Ship's Service available states. She was in continuous service
l' with Outlaw Morgan Dick I : "You cough more easily
t to all personnel Monday through Saturday, i from the outbreak of the war the hardest assignment of his ."
17002130. League games have priority. and made 24
as many as crossings
reer, and the conclusion is : "I should, I've been
NATTC LIBRARY Located in Auditorium. of the Atlantic in a single year. I ing and action-packed. 'I : all night."
Open Monday, Tuesday, 'hursday and Friday 1300 to Her ports of call included Bombay ; ..
2100. Wednesday 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun- Marseilles, Cape Town, Guadal-, rapid-tire of two Boy: "I put my Dad in *_ __
day, 1230 to 2100. canal Canal Zone, Liverpool, Nou- story position i i today",
mea and Merzel-Keber. Her skipper ; turned bitter enemies over a t HOW wse'rJ lat?"

ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker, was Captain Webb C Hayes, trigu- suspenseall.Action" romance combm- Boy "I got up and offered
and girl
USNR. to a lady who was stand-
Physical Training Department, Bldg. :513. |r ake this the kind ot forceful ,
Probably the happiest voyagein ly tale that has put Tom West the street-car/
TENNIS Racquets and ball available at Physical her career was the returningto the front rank of Western I : "Well, what was funny
the the Unit- that?"
her ports sons of
Training BM Ins.t .
ed States Crowded conditions on Boy: was sitting
the return voyage meant little to'' DOUBLE CROSS by E. E. !"

SWIMMING POOL No. 1-(Bldg. 518) For Naval a soldier, sailor or marine returning an, DEAD END TRAIL by
t. Personnel with Guests. Children under 12 years him with a song in his man Fox. and BY WAY OF page.
# are not allowed in the pool unless accompanied by a heart of a job well done. In Feb- I MING by Curis Bishop will a Western and be sure
: parent or a responsible adult. Monday thru Friday ruary. 1946, it was turned over to keep Western fans tense to I you are getting!

1300 to 2015. Saturday 0900 t<> 21>t5. Sundays: and war shipping but surely no transport !, -
i Holidays 1300 to 2045. ended a more colorful and BULKHEAD By Murray Carvin I

varied career as she went majes-: .. _._. .- ..
-- -
j I t'c ell y to the Sellin g Block. Pur- r-- '
SWIMMING POOL No. 2-Bldg.( 419) For male chased by a civilian, she has within a:
i Naval Personnel only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to the year been under construc- ; ..;
i t 1200 and 1730 to 2045. Saturday 0900 to 2045. Sundayand tion in a reconversion of herselfto I It
II Holidays 1300 to 2045. the beautiful luxury liner which ;

RECEPTION: ROOM:: -Located in Auditorium for this season will carry the soldier 1-,:
1 NATTC Personnel, relatives and guests. sailor and marine in unequalled :
e comfort for a travel tour of the ,
\I, foreign lands where peace once :
I Lf

WHERE TO GO ASHORE: NCCS Club at Church and Newnap ALL II\ND: L

Streets. Club open dally from 1700 to 2300, Saturdays, 1200 to 2400 I The ?lobby Shop \\ill open
Sundays 1000 to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturdays Thursday, 11ra 1917, and the
and Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. )I hours will lit" an follows: Working
I days 1700 to 2100 I S one"orklnjt
JACKSONVILLE UE.\CIIES-Buses leave at frequent .
1300 2100.Volunteer
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e as Navy). Surf bath days instructors are needed
and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches. Bus
for the various hobble, Those who I /1
fare 25c. I volunteer will b* selected by tliHr

CANOEING, FISHING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San I ability and ambition to put the
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last atop on I Hobby Shop on a paying ban)'.
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours 50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor Contact (hiff IIrunii at the Hobby / r-

boats-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. Slurp, llldg. 414. ,
The following hobbies Mill be 1
available at the opening of the at'I
Hobby Shop; more holtftirn will be ;

'Dins Weer7if S/tlft'j $ervlce available a* time goes by: Leather I
Craft, carving, wood turning cabinet >
making, wood finishing, modelalrpiAiin

Have you forgotten? *. model) boats, model .
trains, mrll ltlpn and model \

Sunday MOTHER'S DAY. auto-. I \j'

Select a watch or a set of pearls. Perhaps she would A hillbilly was brought to court : .
after a fight. "Tell your story, demanded I
prefer a leather handbag or a cosmetics set. the judge. ,..,;
"Well I was in a telephone booth,
You KNOW what she likes.
talking to my gal, proposin' mar-

We HAVE what she wants.A riage," explained here the hill-billy
"when this man suddenly <

complete array of items, inexpensive and appropriate, ens wants the to door use' grabs the by the He neck op- "It's not that I can't copy. semaphore I just can't

as gifts for your favorite girl your MOTHER May be and throws me out of the booth! keep my mind on the flags./

found at the NATTC Ship'H Service. "Then you got angry?" asked Editor's Note Because of the fact thttt many. prevent readers of
the judge. the Jax Air New have not had the opportunity of tnjoymy the vnr-

Shop Now! "Yea sir, but I got real sore when toot' "Bulkhead," Murray Garvm, a former NATTCenter cartoonist,
he grabbed my gal and threw her KM will publish from time to twn&f his cartoons for out readers'

Tomorrow may I he too late. out, too." pleasure.


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Four NATTC Pugilists ; <.'J::< Red Ryan Pitches One-Hit

Leave For Great LakesAl ---rf-k<, '.y:. Y.: F 1 ,;"".:,i, Game Against Cecil FieldBehind

Sinibaldi and his four recent winners in the Seventh '
the one-hit 14-strikeout pitching of Red Ryan,
Naval District Tourney last week will take off by plane for : the NATTC Air Haiders set the neighboring Cecil Fielders

Great Lakes on Saturday along with the other four finalists v 1, down with a 10 to 0 shellacking)] on the Cecil Field diamond
from NAS for the Championship rounds of the Eastern 1 last Wednesday.

All-Navy boxing. tournament.are Big guns in the Air Raider attack were Jim Coddington
'1"h.. rOl11' wlnn..,. r.n." NA'rTr"la. ,
"RI h--rd"Beck-i in' the 118 Ib.: who returned to play his last game for NATTC before trans-

class; Jack Fisher in the 147-lb. ,, Aviation i i Electricians .. ,. ....I...... t..v......,.n.." ,""vov 1 .'Dft.aUA'U.... ft.,

division; Nick Del Greco, 172-lb. Mates school with a grand they have held the Trophy. I 1! banging out a homer to center and
finalist; and John Ciarolla in the a single, and Gums Arnold, who
total of 457;
/2 points last TEA in of Com-
Heavyweight bracket Winners at r charge batted in four runs on two line
Great Lakes in the Eastern division week became the first wine mander G. F. Sauter is one drive singles besides being hit on
will face off against the ner of the coveted Captain's the arm by a fast: ball in the

Western Division winners in San Trophy when thegarner- service opening frame to score another

Diego, Calif., the; first week in ed second place in the along with Ordnance and run.The
June. Dates for trie fights at Great r Air Raiders started the afternoon
, Lakes are 13 14 and 15 of May. Horse shoe" tournament. o Aviation Fundamentals. To off well scoring three runs
Beck turned the tables on Schil- Strange as it may seem" the win the Captain's Troph, on just one Coddington's homer
'Jizzi in the 7th N. D. finals. Schil- I' Electricians did not win a TEA took second in Basketball and two walks, plus two
lizzi had previously kayoed Beck first place in all the events League play for 80 I more hit by pitched balls. Cecil
in the final round of the Jacksonville > Field got their lone hit with two
Golden Gloves, but Beck won they entered. points; reached the semifinals away in the fourth inning. Lightell -

this fight on a close decision. Fisher j{I The "A" school had excellent hold the Trophy until September in the Basketball I leftfielder for Cecil sent a
had no easier time in winning teams entered in ev- I Tournament, good for 70 grounder down the third base line
as he was pitted against tough competitive and I 1, 1947, when the into left field. Duke LaHullier doveat
sport, points; got second in the
Eddie DeCoie. Besides the nth Division with high points it, and only succeeded in slow-
N. D. title, Fisher" also owns the though they never took top Volleyball Tournament for ing the ball down as it was too far
NATAC Championship in that billing, they were always takes it over for thf next 85: points; worked up to the out of his reach. One man had

weight and Jax Golden Gloves ti- only a short distance from quarter. By the looks of semi-finals in Tennis: tied leached base on being hit and he

tle. Del Greco has come along t the top and so made every things, TEA !ould hold on for fifth in Boiling League moved to second on the single, but,

rapidly in the past months, and point count. Their closest tc it then, too. Besides the play-their lowest place all both died on base a moment lateras
advanced to the semi-finals in the Rags Ragland was out ona'
Heavyweight division In the NA- rival was TAP with 452V Trophy a pennant will be year; and second place in slow grounder in front of the plate

TAC championships. He will be points, followed closely" by awarded for temporary the Horseshoe Tournament I Wallace to Arnold.

fighting in the 172-lb. class. Ciar- the Marine Aviation Detachment possession until September to cop tl :2 Trophy and lead The Air Raiders went scoreless
,.I lla, like Fisher, owns a Jax Golden with 447i'j. By 1, and r. placque will be the closest competitor by again until the sixth. LaHuIlier
Gloves' titlein the 172-lb. class. I
grounded out to
Angelluci and
the TEA will theirs permanently to show 5
He is victory now points.
___ comparatively_ new to_the then Westerlind banged out a long
KUIIIV, uui juts! come ILiong last, i" ----- triple to right field. Coddington
and gained confidence in his abil- i also grounded out to Angelluci, but

ity. Green Cove Bullets Defeat AOM I then Collins stole second.walked Both and immediately he and-

yPaa NATTC Air Raiders 31With SHORT SHOTS': old's Westerlind line single scored to later center on field.Arn

I I.J Again in the ninth and last fiam
The NATTC Air Raiders played ; I -------.J i I the locals 'opened up once more,
ball of the two out in the eight. Still- I and scored five
their best game year We want to thank Lt. runs on five hits
Tuesday" on the local diamond, but ;: man started a Raider rally, singling Knickelbine Comdr. i for their big rally of the day.
on fair tryout that
n the short end of to center and moving to Westerlind started the
came out on a : I rally by
was TOA
3 to 1 count at the hands of the j I I second and continuing to third onSucci's practice given students at baseball -, walking and then stealing; second.
Bullets. in the ., wide throw to first on Wes- i Coddington got infield
Green Cove Hitting I an hit, with
clutches was the Air Raiders main j terlind's giounder. Pitcher Eller R. G. Yore won the 7th Naval'[ Westerlind moving to third. Collins
fly foIIIORTIItKIT threw over Gardner's head at third I'' District Wrestling. Championship [: lofted a high to
trouble, though they got as many I fly Fitzgerald and
Well, folks, as in the best Navy and Stillman came home with theOfficers' : ,! in the 175 )Jb. class. Congratula- Westerlind
both scored after
hits as Green Cove, gettingsix. i I I the catchwith
custom (always changing) you only Air Raldf'r run, j tions, Bob ''I Coddington
moving on to
may notice the "by-line" is now Coach Harry Knickelbme, who, The box lore: 'I I guess class 32 just. couldn't : third. Arnold got his second hit to
Sirkit in of Mille
Shorty place himself, caught the entire game, NATTC AB RHOMan'o tear themselves away from school 1: center, and went to second after
I I will be able
Amps. just hope
to in the started Wild Bill Cudd on the hill !\, M 4 0 1 0LaHullier ) I last Saturday. They just hated topass I the throw in to home plate in an
carry on same enjoyableand locals and Cudd turnedin over "BomWs and Fuses' so effort to nail
informative for the 3b 4 0 0) :l I Coddington. Then
.manner.. some masterful pitching, aiding Stillman, 2b 4 1 2 4Westerlind quickly!! in quick succession Seillman, Wal
HURRAY! HURRAY! We don't him in getting out of some tough It -t 0 1 2 "Shaky" Carlin is making mus- lace and Ryan singled, scoring
spots plus the excellent defensive.. Adams, rf 4 0 0) 0 ters again after his 20 day IE'ave."Shoy'ase" Stillman and Wallace, but Ryan
mean to found conceited it's just '
."R' '+a-"......ide.) but as usual TEA II work qf the men behind him. He Knlckelbine, e 4 0 0 B are Esche their and Bt"nder'l i was out trying to score on W.J.oterlind'8
ha ftcorro JL-* *r.fc walked only five men while strik- : ColliN, f'f 4 0 1 0 flourishing grounder to Wools at fee-
winning the Captain's Trophy-naj ely ror, t .... out five yet his performance Arnold, lb 4 0 1 10Cudd tatttooes, which were acquired late I on dbase, his second time at bat
the first quarter. To the officers I was hadowm *ty'th. job turned P 3 0 0 1 last week. It must have been late: j during the inning.
in by Lefty Eller of Green Cove whoever tattoed them obviously I I
and men who were instrumental The box score::
who struck out nine while walk- I M ; had his eyes dosed!
in winning this beautiful trophywe 1 27 NATTC AB }I 0 A
29 had their big' blow-out
ing none, and curveballedthe BULLETS
nay "well done" Comdr. SAU- literally .AB RHOHunra last Maneoll, rf 5 0 0 0
Raiders to defeat. 2b 3 0 0) :9Succi Friday nite. They even had the : LaHullif'r
TER, speaking for the entire TEA rare luck of having 3b -i 1 0) 2
Division' wishes to take this means I Green Cove threatened in the fit! 3 0 1 3Nelson I them to a house some girls invite Wt-sterJlnd, If 0 4 1 1 0
to invite all the personnel of NAT- first time at bat, when Herrera cf 2 0 1 3 what I hear, a good time party. From Coddmgton, 2b 5 2 2 2
TC to drop by Bldg. 512) to view I walked then stole second. Lou white, rf 3 0 0) C by all. was had Collins, d 4 1 0) 0

the beautiful Pennant that graces Surd forced Herrera, out on a Pawlicki, 1b 2 0 0) 6 Robert R. Kehlor of class 29, has Arnold, Jb -0( 2 8 0
It's wall. This Pennant was awarded fielder's choice, then took secondon Warren, 1b 2 1 1 4Washkuhn set a new record for in SUHman ss 0 4 1 2 0
in addition to the trophy which Nelson's single to center and It 2 2 1 1 TOA. His average was91.91 averages! The Wallace, c 4 1 1 0
remains on display in Ship's Serv on to third ona stolen base as Iba'h, 3b 2 0 1 O. highest his class and Ryan, p li 2 0 14
ice. The TEA Division is really Nelson took second. Cudd got out Gardner, 3b 1 0 0) 0 any record of the school so topping far. He -
and there of this hole by forcing White to Mf'ndolia, C 4 0 1 10Eller 39
rolling is no stopping us will leave for California this week 11 27 38
now, as we are determined that I foul out to Gums Arnold and Paw- p 4 0 V 0 for further assignment.The CECIL FIELD AB H 0 A

this Division will be: the permanent licki fly to Weeterlind in left field. graduating class 30, who Wools, 2b 3 0 3 :2

home of the Captain's trophy .N. ..A, TT I' finish UD this Friday is romnnned AnJ"t'lucci 3b x- n .i. -w
-In-. t..hIP-. -I..f.n----.. & & of: Potts, C. C., Kirkland, R.: -J., Carmichael, ss 3 0 3 1
hips Company Softball Schedule j Spain, M. G., Chase, P. G., Bender, Konzen, IbMihalcick 4 0 10 0
BUSH, A. G. and WATSON, J. May 12Doctors S. S., and Aitken, J. A. c 2 0 6 0
P. of Class E29 are retained aboardas Softball NATTC Miss Anne Johnson has been Donahoe, c 1 0 0) 0)
instructors, and we wish to LoopTo vs transferred to building 500. Her Bailey, rf 1 0 0) 0
take this opportunity to say "wel Power Plant Diamond stay was short but pleasant. Fitzgerald, rf 2 0) 1 0

come aboard." They are replacing Start SoonSoftball Cunningham and his "Contrary Litghtell, If -i 1 0 0
FRITTS and O'LOUGHLIN in May ID Cadence" is now leading seaman. Ragland, cfSelumundi 3 0 1 0.

Phase I. FRITTS going to Fasron enters the spotlight for 7th Naval District vs NATTC Aw come-one fellas, get fn p 2 .0 2 3
103 at Atlantic City, N. J. justIn Ship's Co. Divisions. Anyone can step? ? ? -
time for the summer season. He enter a team, but all entries must Mat Diamond Has Brown some deep, dark secret 28 1 27 14
will be "hob-nobbing" and swimming I be in by May 8 at 1630. under his shirt? Hmmm? ? ? Runs-LaHullier, Westerlind 3,
with those famous and love- I The game of Softball this year May 26 Lt. Sutton has a new addition : Coddmgton 2, Collins, Arnold,
ly Atlantic City bathing beauties will be played under the new rules. Adv. Training vs NATTC to his family a beautiful new : Stillman, Wallace. Errors-LaHul
tthe ). O'LOUGHLIN '47 convertible Buick tier, Angelucci, Selumundi
lucky dog I The two main ones will be only Mat Diamond Super! Carmichael -
to URV4 London Here's to McKernans 2. Home run
gUM England, nine man teams which means removal speedy recovery -Codding
which should help the "good neigh of the roving shortstop and from a very bad cold. Tsk. ton. Three-base hit Westerlind.,
bor" policy no end as there will shorter bases. Base paths havebeen June 2NATTC tsk. Double Plays-LaHullier to Cod
be no unhappy maidens in Eng- i shortened by five feet. Student{ Pilots TOB dington to Arnold. Bases on balls
land after Bob lands and takes"!' AvFund is starting a new off ys This column is written by and --Selumundi 7, Ryan 3. Hits of
over. Duty Athletic Program for the Mason Field Diamond for the officers, instructors and Sflumundi 11, off Ryan 1. Struckout

summer months in Softball, Volleyball students of AOM "B" school.A by Selumundi 3 by Ryan 14
Lt. (jg) BRUNSON left Mon- Swimming, Wrestling and June 9NATTC Softball team is in the processof Hit by Pitcher-.LaHullier, Arnold
day on leave, we wish him a swell Boxing. The barracks amassing the vs Instructors VSB being formed by Lt. Davis of ( Selumundii I : Carmichael, Donroe
time. He and his family are motoring most points per month will be TOB. All men in the TOB Division Selumundi I Ryan ). Left on? 3ases
to ARKANSAS. Say, I know awarded a banner or pennant. Mat Diamond who are interested, are requested -Cecil Field 7. NATTC 12. Lnnnsf
that word ARKANSAS is spelled I Candidates for a NATTC varsity All games will start at ,1630. to show themselves at i' pitcher Selumundi, winning pitcher :
right as I checked with Hoyt (the Tennis team to compete in the Seventh I practice held in the open field west I' Ryan. Time pf Game: 2 hra. 25:
loose wheel) Dobson on it. Naval District Tournamentin of hangar building No. 622, as soon tyin1 .
after 1600 as possible.A .
the middle of June are askedto BASEBALL
Congratulations to OLMA R. B. report to IT Department or call .I new instructor has taken over I trunks. His classmates are afraid
of Class E29) who graduated high 8283. Winners of the 7th N. D. will the 20MM class here at AOM "B" to light up whenever he is about,
man in the class with a final) average go to New Orleans to compete AIR RAIDERS school. His handle is Andrew A. for fear of his tobacco fumes ex
of 87.80. OLMA hails from against the winners of the 8th and Andrews, "Andy" for short. This! ploding. (Any resemblance to anjf
Buffalo, N. Y. having graduated 9th N. D. on 1 July. The winners VHDUBLIN ie his second week on the job andhe'd chief living or dead, believe me, !
from Seneca High School in that there will compete for the All- NAVAL doing fine. Keep tip the good meant itn.!)
city. Navy Championships the 3rd weekof work Chief and keep your hand A new phase has been added to
HOSPITAL out of the Ml feeds. the curriculum at AOM "B" school.
July at Annapolis, Md. From
Why a certain Chief in Class 0- Its title is
Thursday night in honor of Mr. there, the 10 best tennis playerswill "Operational Problem
14 and 15 May here 42 continues to smoke such a foul". When
Schmechel (who shipped out Friday be picked to be matched ( ) questioned about
). Sad Sack looked like Van against the Army winners for the smelling pipe is stumping! the men this new phase, Lt. Davis of TOB
Jffhnwm' compared to the above Leach Trophy; this takes place in 1640-NATTC Diamond in said class. He certainly doesn't stated that, "The Operational
I get any enjoyment out of smoking Phase in
strictly a week of
gentlemen the prac-
: next morning. Arlington, Va., on July 2& what smells like old wrestling tical work".


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TWO MORE TKOl'HIES were added to his lightning-like moves, but Yore came back
I ti: NAS Jax's ever-growing list last Saturday and won by a fall in two minutes and fifty seconds -

} when Mainside's mat maulers copped the Seventh e of the initial round. In the lower picture,

Naval District Wrestling Championshipsheld : the eight winners proudly display their medals,

in the Mainside Auditorium. Mainside piled and two of the Mainside matsters have the two

up a total of 38 points to NATTC's 29 markers, IL I trophies won by NAS in front of them. Front

In the top left photo, Lt. Comdr. Steven England row left to right W C. Ryden> NATTC, Mel-

referee, checks to see if J. D. Taylor of : vin Kleinman, NAS team captain, and Bill Peoples
NAS has successfully pinned W. E Wells of w NAS: standing, left to right, D. C. Rusk, .

r NATTC to the canvas (P S.He had). Top NATTC, Arthur Scheaffer, HAS, H. Thiede

center, D. C. Rusk of NATTC uses a figure four NAS R. G Yore, NATTC, and J. D. Taylor

f hold to flatten F. N Hayward of NAS to the NAS Kleinman did not have to wrestle for his

deck. Rusk won the match, but the bout went crown as the lad carded against him dropped '

the full nine minutes. Rusk picked up six pointson out at the last moment. Kleinman received the
his offensive work. Top right, Referee Eng- trophies from Lt. Comdr Anthony Rubino, of-

'.. land is about to slap R G. Yore of NATTC on ficer-in-charge of Physical Training and Wel

a 1 the back to declare him the winner in the 175- fare, on behalf of the winning Mainside mat-

\ Ib. class over J. Evans of Mainside. Evans had i men who were coached by Lt. Paul King.

been wearing the NATTC grappler down with 1 1I

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FLIERS LOSE Seventh Naval District Wrestling Flag Unit Wins .. t

JIM ZIENTA, Championships, Taken By BIAS .lax With Challenge Cecil Game Nine 1

NAS Jax's mat maulers under ponent to the canvas and used a I close to pinning the Malnsider to
3rd BASEMAN the tutoring of Lt. Paul King, lived i headlock to down the NATTC I the deck for the count. But Thiede Accepted challenge!! We wonJt
up to expectations last Saturday try en-I[ came back with a rush of speed Yes, this is what the Flag Unit
when they soundly trounced NAT Kleinman's win by forfeit and arm locks to take the title Softball nine was saying last Sun..
Big Jim Zienta, sparkling TC Jax in the Seventh Naval District Mainside ahead, a lead which they I in the 165-lb. class
baseman for the Flier baseball did Kleinman In of the best day when it came back from Cecil
Wrestling Championships by not relinquish. was one actionpackedfights I
nine, cavorted on the Mason Field racking up a total of 38 points picked as one of the top favoritesin of the afternoon, R. G. Yore, Field with a hard-won diamond
diamond for the last time Saturday to NATTC 29. The grapplers I, the tournament. He had recently of NATTC won by a fall from J. victory over the Personnel nine of
when the Fliers swept a double- groaned and grunted their way I won the 136-lb. title in the Naval Evans in two minutes and 50 sec- I( Cecil, 115.
header from Florida Southern University through the seven-bout card in Air Training Athletic Confer- onds of the first round. Yore tired
I The local Flag Unit outfit was
The rangy third basemanis Mainside Auditorium before a few ence meet held at Pensacola andis quickly but upset Evans once to
now on leave prior to shippingout I hundred fans who were trying to one of the stalwarts of the NAS get a leg lock on his opponent and I challenged to a game last week,
to sea. The loss will be a'' follow the works of the manly art. mat squad. go on to win the bout. He copped I and never one to shy away from
great blow to Head Coach T, S. It was the first District-wide mat In the only bout to go the full the 175-lb bracket.In I I a challenge, the highly-touted Unit
Ary as the hot-corner guardianwas tournament held and by winningit nine minutes, D. C. Rusk of NAT- the heavyweight division, J. '; team was in full command Sunday .
blasting the ball at a .310 pace Mainside walked off with the TC outpointed Frank Hayward of D. Taylor of NAS made short in winning from the Cecilites.
E 1- end his spectacular fielding pulled commandant's and team trophies. Mainside to take the 145-lb. crown. work of W. E. Wells of NATTC, I' Chuck Eperson of Flag Unit&
Melvin Kleinman, team captain of Rusk pinned a figure four hold on after he had decked the NATTC I hurled seven-hit ball over the /seweninning
# the victors, received the trophies Hayward early in the first round grappler. Taylor won his title bya I route, being nipped for
ti from Lt. Comdr. Anthony J. Ru and not much action was seen until fall in four minutes and 33 sec- I only one extra base knock, this
bino, officer in charge of Physical the last. Both grapplers were onds of the scheduled nine-minute coming in the fourth frame when
i Training and Welfare. Kleinmanwas tired going into the final round, bout. Cecil rang up three of their. flv. !*.-
slated to fight in the 136-lb but Rusk had picked up six ad- Former Mat Star markers '
class but his opponent droppedout vantage points in the other two Referee for the.bouts WM L& .tg gun tor the winners was RaT
I at the last moment and Klein- frames to easily take the bout Comdr. Steven 1gland from Smith who batted three for three
man won by a forfeit. from Hayward. NATB Pensacola England is a Sunday. Smith garnered a triple
SchlllizzI Los Arthur Scheaffer of NAS earnedhis former star member of the 1936 and two singles for hitting honors.
In the first bout, W C. Ryden crown in short order, droppinghis United States Olympics mat out- Bill Evans of the victors belted out;
of NATTC had a little too much foe W. C. Lemmons, to the fit. England served a tour of dutyat a three-run homer in the fifth inning *
experience on his opponent, Henry canvas in the first 20 seconds of NAS Jax in the Physical Train to give Eperson a safe wio.
Schillizzi of NAS and pinned the action and then winning by a fall ing Department. ning margin.
little 121-lb man to the deck in in 55: seconds of the first frame.
35 seconds of the initial frame. Thiede Is Master HE FLIES THROUGH THE AIR I
Bill Peoples of Mainside didn't Harry Thiede of Mainside madeit
let NATTC hold the lead for long, two in a row for Lt. King's
though, as he came back for the charges as he won from C. L.

...'.: ;.. '!ii> '- "7 t NASites to pin R. Rojas of NATTC Wagner of NATTC in the second
local pitchers out ot many a tight to the deck in 22 seconds of the round. Thiede was on his back
spot so far this season. I first round. PeopTfes flopped his op several times and Wagner came r.
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Local fans did not realize the '
strain that Zienta was playing under : : si; \
all season, but it was apparentthat Pfc Ratlin Cops NAS Open Tennis
his throwing arm was not ,t1 ,
up to par. Jim was troubled witha
sore arm from the opening game Singles By Defeating CranfordOne [4x ?
and he was in agony every time I
he threw across the diamond. But i
Jim has been playing ball a long of Florida's leading young -- -----
started to pay otf Cranford won
and he refused to let netters before he entered the
time, any- his 'ticket to the final round by
Pfc Ra
thing as trivial as a sore arm Marine Corps. Bobby .
defeating Gene Whitloik. S2( m
keep him out of the lineup. He din came through with a hard-
four out of six sets.
practiced getting the ball away fought 6-2 6-3 6-1 victory over
Sam Cranlord AMMlc in the finals Brainard defeated Whitlock Sunday -
faster, and there were not many
base-runners who beat his throws of the NAS Open Tennis: to win third place or consolation ; 4T
Tournament last Friday to win the honors In the racket tourney ,, .
"Skeeter as his teammates station singles championshipandthe The winner will receive a trophy l
knew him has played ball with
trophy which went with it. from the Physical Training rfII
many big leaguers and was on his
the net
when the A consistent player with no glar Department for copping '
way up to the majors and the and con ;
title, runner-up
ing weakness, Radin was too experienced ,
war broke out. He was a room-
will be awarded
Walker St. Louis for his opponent who
mate of Harry medals. t .
Cardinals star outfielder, when nevertheless, put up a strong fight gold 1
they both were playing for the for the title Radm countered Seventh N. 1). MatchA
Tiffin Mud Hens, a Detroit Tiger Cranford's powerful net game and Seventh Naval District ten
farm in the Ohio State League. smashes with an effective com- nis tournament will be held here
Jim played good ball for the Mud bination of well-placed chop shots on 6 and 7 June at NAS Jax. All
Hens and was sent up to Beau- and lobs. racqueteers who are interested .n '
L mont in the Texas League. But The first set was probably the taking part are asked to see Chief
en route to Joining the club Jim deciding factor of the match. Ra- Robert,,Justlss at Building 726, or.
changed his mind and joined the din copped the first set with ease call him at ext. 593 This meet is
Navy. but had to use every shot and trick open to both officers and enlisted .
Jim played with the USS Texas he knew in order to down Cran personnel. The Commandant's tennis -
and then was transferred to Coco ford In the second set when the trophy will be at stake an wilt

Solo in the Canal Zone. It was here eventual loser pounced ahead at the team trophy ,
that Zienta slapped a homer off one time in the match, 3-1 At this Chief Justis urges all those : ,.
the slants of Mickey Harris to win point, Radin held his service and planning on taking part in the Districtwide 7 :::7
the championship. Jim also playedat then cracked Cranford's serve to tournament to sign up ... : ,
Colon along with such major run out the set.SethlFinal. as soon as possible so that NAS .j.t,' ,: ;" #! .:..:' >;/ :

leaguers as Terry Moore, Whitey Round Jax's entries may be paired with r: ( ........ ... '. ,..... .._. _
Kurowski, and Mike Ryba In the semi-final round, Radin entries from other. naval stations TilE LIEU-FLORIDA SOUTHERN doubleheader at Mason

Since Jim was cheated out of won bis right to the finals by da- drew a total Field last Saturday was chuck full of action and thrills as well a.i ,
Jack over
who Dempsey
D. Bralnard
D. ,
his chance for the majors by the feating eventual winer a hard of $3,500,000 in two fights within top-notch baseball Bert Bcebe, NAS centerfielder, streaks over first itjp
war, his greatest ambition is to gave the set when two months. His opponents were base a bit too late to beat the throw to the Moccasin first baseman '
see his son, Bobby, some day ca- time until the second shot I I Jack Sharkey and Gene Tuney The Fliers won both ends of the double header, (0-3 and 4-2. &?

pering about big league diamonds. Radin' tricky, long, looping ..

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