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Quietly and without fantare. the I forts of Rear Admiral P. M. Pixey
h Navy Nurse Corps celebrated its who was then Surgeon General.
thirty-ninth anniversary Tuesday. i Early in 1909 nurses were sentto
S Throughout far-flung naval instal- Naval Hospitals in Annapolis,
irii lations all over the world, the "la Md., and Brooklyn, N. Y. A year
f ri T- dies in white" gave little notice to later, the Navy sent its first con-
a the occasion as they went about tingent of nurses to the Philip
their work administering: to the pine Islands: and then tp Guam,
iF1r sick and wounded in Naval Hos- Honolulu, Yokohama, Samao, the
> [: pitals Virgin Islands, Haiti, and Guan-
With a deficiency of a thousand tanamo Bay.
.; k. nurses in their ranks, there was But with World War I came the
too much work! for them to pause first real challenge to the Nurse
:nii t''} and observe the event. They just Corps. The Navy nursing profes-
went about their daily routine look sion had developed into a self-suf.
j LJ I ing after the welfare of their patients ficient unit and women had entered
j ; into a new era of recognition.It .
; It was in 1811, nine years before was during this crisis that
Florence Nightingale's birth ,, the professional nurses establishedtheir
that a young Navy surgeon sub worth for all time, and their
I mitted to the Secretary of the sacrifices, their courage, their de-
Navy a proposal for a nurse's organization votion to duty, as well as their
within the naval serv- achievements, earned them the respect -
ice. Though the proposal was drop and love of the fighting men
ped, the surgeon could not realize and of their countrymen.
that 100 years later his dreams However, soon after World War
would be fulfilled. I, the nation began a program of
I ":- For on 13 May 1908, the recommendations disarmament. War-weary citizens
c. S.: NAVY NURSES throughout the world celebrated their 39th anniversary: Tuesday. Typical of Doctor William turned from
of these "Angels of Mercy" is Lt. Amelia Lysczyk, Operating Room Supervisor, shown assisting the Paul Crillon Barton bore fruita tary.
I doctor in the Naval Hospital operating room. The nurses, in need of a thousand more to bring themto Navy Nurse Corps was established I almost fantastic, the United States
full strength, took no time off to celebrate the occasion-but, instead, went about their dutiesas finally as an integral unit of the Navy was stripped of power, ships,
usual. (Other photos on Page 2.) Navy. through the persistent ef (Continued on Page 3)
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$.- A mammoth blowout will be given in Hangar 116 here

t'.;,. at NAS Saturday by the Assembly and Repair Department. -- -- -

The gala affair, for all A&R civilian and military personnel

and their families, will not only afford an opportunity for ----- -
: the first A&R get-together of its kind in the history of NAS, I Vol.<< 5-No. 7 USNAS AND NATTC, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 15 May 1947 '
: but will celebrate the outstanding production achievements ;

of the department in the. past. two months. II
I, Festivities will start at 1400. Naval Reserve Week Will 1
opening with an hour-long concert
by the Air Station Band. From Year Of Progress 'I
1500 to 1900 there will be continuous 'I

., alternately music by for the dancing NATT-Cats furnished and Marked By NARTU Feature Recruiting DilveEmphasizing

the Marlow band. The NATT-Cats : At 0" Club Party
will be on an elevated bandstand -
decorated in red, white, and blue ''I The Naval Air Reserve Train the simple i l PERSONNEL INSPECTION .t.t"i
bunting while the Marlow bandstand ing Unit celebrated its first anni- truth that "the existence ofa I
will be done up in orange versary with a gala affair at the strong Naval Reserve is essential -i
and black bunting. Officers' Club recently. to the proper naval defense "i
Highlight of the party will be Captain F W. Preistman. Commanding of the United States,"
Officer of NARTU, cli-
a floor show featuring skating.
dancing, acrobatics, and a magi maxed the evening with a talk in the Navy will join with com
cian act. The magician will serve which he outlined the early beginnings munities throughout the nation '
as master of ceremonies. of the unit at Cecil Field next week to observe Na-

During the afternoon, various and traced its growth to the present val Reserve Week, 1825Iay..
He out that the '
day. pointed .
contests will be staged and prizes s >? '
With a goal of 1,148,000 men enrolled "* "* .
> v' ><>
month of when NARTU
April, pilots .
will be given the best dancers for in the Naval Reserve by .$;;,.:::>, %V"'N >
flew a total of 2,140.5 hours, : '' V.: ;
both and : w .' ,, owwu i
waltzing Jitterbugging.The July, the Navy will bring to the
floor of Hangar 116 will be was the high spot of the year. Dur- attention of the American ".;! .' .
peopleall ..
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prepared for dancers with a mix the advantages of this organization -: ''II
ture of powdered wax and corn 0s in a week-long, concentrated -. .. .... .;, : : : 2::
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Other ,
There will be food galore, too! DepartmentsWill "J
The aid of civic leaders, business '... -
A continuous buffet luncheon will: Remain Open : men, public officials, and educators ... ...I-fi t t a
be served. Sliced turkey, chicken I is being enlisted in this gigantic '" .-' :. ...,., ..t./". v. ,le .. _....
roast beef, ham, cold cuts, stuff Supply will not close during the 7 .
task. In order that station's ? 1
ed tomatoes and celery, assorted he A&It shutdown period but I >H: > t %
civilian employees may learnof -X -: '. A*. .:3
and Mill utilize the
salads assorted breathing spellto
green pies, all the opportunities offered by
drinks are just a few of the deli rearrange stock and catch up the Naval Reserve without the Inconvenience FIFTEEN PERSONS WERE decorated by Rear Admiral Ralph
cacies on the menu. on bark work, Comdr. R. M.Humes of visiting the down Davison at Personnel Inspection held last Saturday morning on the
An unusual decorative scheme Supply Officer, informedthe town Recruiting Office in the seaplane ramp. This birdseye view of the divisions lined up for the
will add to the festive spirit. The Jax Air News thaw week. Post Office Building, a special recruiting -I inspection was taken by a photographer of the Station Photo Lab I
bare bulkheads will be festooned According to all available Information sub-station is being established I from the top of Hangar 124 during the height of the ceremony. It
no other department the first of the in "whites".
with gaily colored flags, postersand in Room 8 of the A&R was inspection season
I* planning, to close during this
the entire han
bunting, and Vocational Training Bldg. 168. The
gar will be cleared of planes and period, although many activitieswill i office will be open from 0800 to
of Let's Co !
number Sightseeing
permit a larger
equipment for the event.Registration 1630 on 15 and 16 May and againon !
employees to take their I
I I enroll-
leave at that time since the 22.23 May. Complete
t workload nlll probably be eased ment can be effected at that timein Here's Chance For You To
For V-6 the 0-2
by the closing of Assembly and j either the program, j

Blue Cross In A & R -Repair--- (Continued on Page 2)GENERAL ) See Florida On Week-ends .:

To Wind TodayRegistration T / A chance to see many of Florida's scenic attractions and pointsof ,
I.a rP interest on week-end liberties during the summer months at low I
f Blue Cross cost will be available to personnel stationed here through a new-
Hospitalization and Blue Shield excursion plan being inaugurated by Eastern Airlines.
Medical plans will close at 11500: to- Beginning on 1 June the company has announced that special, ,
day in the Assembly and Repair round-trip excursion fares will be offered between all of the eight
Department after a four-week z cities served by Eastern. Rate re-
"signing up" period. ductions will range from 25 per i able to get a seat once you plan J
: Yesterday, the A&R group captain cent to 31 per cent and will make a trip, it was pointed out. On the
o r, Coy J. Whit worth, asserted swift air transportation for sightseeing Jacksonville Miami run alone
that results had been much bet- t s trips within the reach of there are 17 daily flights departing (I Ii
ter than was anticipated and nearly everyone. at frequent intervals, and
thanked those who assisted him v Although the arrangement will should be available on each. I
be on a non-reservation basis However, If '
for their cooperation.It even one flight were
l was too early yesterday to 'here is little danger of not being to be booked solidly, another plane 'I'Ispace

determine the percentage of participation would be departing not long after- .,
1 in the twin plans, and LAST-MINUTE NOTICEOF ward with a number of available
no estimate as to the total numbeiof seats, company officials stated. ,
applications received was available INSPECTION CAUSES Passengers are allowed stop.
at press time. However it EXCITEMENT AT NAS over privileges at any intenrredi-
I was predicted that when tabulations ate point on these excursions for
,1. are completed they will showa All hands queued 'up at the barbei any length of time-from a few r l
strong backing of the plans by shops laundry distribution minutes to a month. This will ir-
A&R personnel.With ,ent.T and tailor shop yesterdayto mit seeing more than one city ona
the wind-up at A&R. registration spruce up in preparation for the single week-end, it was empha
will begin this week in sh+,rt-notice Admiral's Inspection sized. I
1. other departments at NAS whi, 'h was scheduled for this An indication of the savings offered '
: Establishment of groups m the m IWI1 mg'. by the plan can be gainedby
4 Public Works Department will be The Personnel Inspection will a comparison of the rates with j
.._ handled by employees of the various be but a portion of the over-all those regularly charged by the ,
-t divisions as follows: J. Her- i inspection of NAS planned for company. A regular round-trip
.' schel Lee, Personnel; William N. ,% IELEOATiO N Ul! KU1 PTIAY Armv offirers made a. inree-; today Following the Inspectionon ticket from Jacksonville to Miami J.
<. Simcoke, Utilities; Thomas F. Andrew I day. whirlwind inspection of naval a>'ti'/n.l\>:iI'I I n the Jacksonville area the Seaplane Ramp, the Ad- (not including Federal tax) coat
')'" Transportation; Ralph T last week and left on Friday morning for the next leg of their miral's party will make a tour of $35.80. The excursion rate is $25
i. Mosley, Maintenance; and L. O nation-wide tour Lt. Gen Ibrahim Atalla Pasha, leader of the barracks and departments (except (less Federal tax). From Jack.* j
4 Thornburg, Design and Engineering group, 'is shown Inspecting a Marine honor guard accompanied by training facilities). sonville to Daytona Beach the reg..
Information and literature Rear Admiral} Ralph, Davison, Commandant of the 7th Naval District Personnel received.little advance ular rate for a roundrtrip ticket
about the plans may be .obtained and Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training, Following closely notice of the inspection with departments is $9.50 (plus Federal tax) while
from any of the employees named behind are Col... John L. Ryan; eafcortlng officer, and Captain Anthony receiving Station Memo the< special rate is only $6.50 (plus
(Continued on rage ,2))'' R. Brady NAtf,, Commanding Officer. No. 13-47 after lunch yesterday: I Federal tax),,

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\ NAVY NtRSES AT THE NAVAL Hospital have various duties to perform clinic, stands aside as the doctor operates on a patient's eye (Center right) Lt. Martha
I daily, from feeding infants in the Nursery at the Dependent's Unit to aiding the Peterson's main task is as informationist at the front desk in the Dependent's Unit, j'
doctors in a major operation. In the layout above is shown a cross section of the
but here she is shown making up a vial of penicillin (Lower left) One of the many
, many duties of these "Angels in White". (Upper left) Some of the patients have a
specified diet to follow and it is up to a dietician to make sure they receive certain duties of the nurse in the surgical) ward is the fixing of splints: Lt. Phyllis Mason ,,

r. food. This duty falls on Lt. Comdr. Laura M. Sanderson, shown supervising the looks after one of her patient's comfort. (Lower center) Someone must take care oi
\ serving! of food at the line. (Upper middle) Lt. (jg) Clella P. Cain is administering a the reports involved) in caring for patients and this is an important task of Lt. Comdr.
>I'. tetanus shot to a young boy in the Out-Patient Clinic. (Upper right) One of the basic Catherine C. Barton, nurse in charge at the officer patient ward. (Lower right) Takingthe
ji jobs which corpsmen must know at the Hospital is how to make beds occupied by blood pressure of patients is one of the jobs of Lt. Helen M. Davis, nurse in
patients. Lt. Comdr. Alice M. Anderson is showing the corpsmen how to do just that. charge of the :Medical ward. These are but a few of the duties of these "Angels of
(Center left) One of the more pleasant Jobs of-a Navy Nurse is to feed babies in the Mercy" whose ranks have been depleted by demobilization and who are in need of
nursery. Ens. Gloria Pantalone is shown giving a bottle to a premature infant. 1,000 more "comrades in white" to handle the tremendous and important job of caringfor
I j. (Center) Lt. Com dr, Rita Riley, nurse in charge at the eye, ear, nose) and throat the Navy's sick.

current membership does not look ,

Finals In WAVES 39th back on their laurels, but looks Naval ReserveContinued Baggage Allowance 1
t ahead into the future. The "An-
Tennis Tourney (Continued from Page 1)) gels of Mercy" are still caring for ( from Page 1) Hiked to 165 Pounds 1

Set For TuesdayFinals and men. By 1935, the Navy Nurse Navy veterans not yet cured from (organized air unit), or the 0-1 I
e Corps membership had dwindledto the bloody ravages- of war. In ad- (organized surface unit). A baggage allowance of 165
WAVES tennis 332. dition the Nurse pounds for officers and enlisted 1
in Navy Corps Ex-servicemen who may wish to
i tournament will be held next Tues- Then came World War II. This stands ready at all times to as- enroll here should bring along men traveling via NATS on per ;
day at the WAVES mat. The two terrible strife brought about many sist in any civilian emergency, their discharge papers and noticeof manent change of) duty orders, in-
finalists, Hermania Rump and Ann changes within the corps. It pro- such as polio, or small pox, and separation, or a photostaticcopy ) cluding orders for further assign- I
Elder, will vie for the singles vided new experiences for its mem- in disaster like the recent Texas to expedite the necessary ment, and dependents traveling un
championship.Rump) bers. For the first time, Navy City fire. paper work. Non-veterans) should der authority of- such orders has
been authorized by the SecNav, it
I beat Iva McLean, 6-1, nurses took to the air as members It has been a long time since bring a copy of their birth certificate was announced in AINav 114-47. I
6.0, to advance to the final round, of naval air evacuation service that Navy surgeon made his proposal or other record of birth.
and, Elder had to win from Mar- teams; for the first time they were to the Secretary of the Navy, Time off from regular duties The presentation of orders by

gie Jones, 6-1, 6-1, to win her given commissioned rank status but his suggestion has finally reap- during working) hours will be by personnel dependents or passage will be sufficient authorization
and for the first time members of authority
right to enter the finals. ed the fruits of reward. The Navy granted interested applicants
for the increased
The tournament started three the Corps were taken prisoner by Nurse Corps now led by Captain from A&R to visit the sub-station, allowance, the AINav stated.
the enemy. And their number continued Nellie Jane DeWitt, after 40
weeks ago with 20 contestants and yearsof it was understood. The recruiters
1 f ia' now in its final week of play. to grow until they passedthe struggling, stand proudly in have asked for similar co-opera- 4.5
The winner will be awarded a 11,000 mark. its place of) honor. tion from) other departmentsaboard. Indianapolis (SEA) Holbert
WAVES Welfare and therunnerup Because of the nature of the Pa- Sweeman lit a match to eee if
prize by
cific war, the nurses often found there was any alcohol) in the radiator -
1 will also receive: an 11 was pointed out that enrollees
themselves in advanced areas of Year of his car. He was later treat
award.Registration. fighting, living the same kind of may resign from the Naval Reserve ed for face burns at the city hoe-

jungle-life as the men, and devel- (Continued from rare 1) at any time they desire. pital. There was.Bowling.
oping the same appreciation for They receive pay for attending .
ing this month the reserve squadrons
the of foxhole. weekly drills, and may apply for
protection A
fired 20,346 rounds of .50: caliber -
The training of cadet nurses to two week training cruises: each Loop '
(Continued from Page 1) meet the growing demands for ammunition, dropped 1,423 year with full active duty pay. In
r above. trained nursing personnel was another miniature practice: bombs, and fired addition, members of the Naval Will ReopenAll

; Since the organization has not new phase of the Corps'work 416 rockets. Reserve may advance in rate, and
yet been set up in the Supply Department which resulted from the war. Captain Preistman closed by con- their service counts toward longevity units wfehing" to partiH- .
will! han- both the officers and pate In the tcond round of t"eOtfiC'f'I'1f'
F. R. Gardner But that is past history. The gratulating
dle the details of arranging for men, many of whom are Jacksonville Bowling League are I
the selection of group leaders. to the Association: and since 1 business men during the week, Visitor (at the jail): "Poor man. asked to turn their entries into
Officials of the Florida Hospital I January 1947 they have paid sub- for their spirit and hard work What are you l locked in here for?" ChU-f Henry Crews IB the Welfare -
Association, sponsor of the plans, scribers' hospital bills amountingto which have made the unit such an Prisoner: "They think I'd get Offire M noon all poftnlbl
Ik-Minn for entries fo 15 May,
out if I wasn't.
outstanding success. j
:recently revealed some interesting $164,561.08.Employees aad the new loop ill lalrd to J
facts regarding the Blue Cross I who are interestedin I Highlight of the evening was
get underway on 19 May Chef
plans They stated that every sixth : establishing groups in their departments the cutting of a mammoth NAR- Major: "But, Rastus, why do (Crew ran be reached ..y railing i t
person in the U. S. is a Blue Cross can obtain the necessary TU birthday cake. you call cooties 'arithmetic bugs'7" rxt. 49A. The Executive( Department I
t (subscriber and that over 27 million information and forme from Rastu.V 'Caus dey add to my ewpprd the.first round fey
[ persons were enrolled nationally. Michael Cascone at the Employees Marriage la like a cafeteria. You misery; subtract from my pleasure Winning a playoff lilt with
firh4 Florida Blue Cross member Service Division of the Industrial pick out something good lookingand ; divide my attention and multiply 1ATU.I j
hip .i0 nearing 30O,04)O accortlinf Relations Department ext. 532. then you pay later. like the dickenai"


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I BulletinBulletins iI Cf> ALLIES!

,. will be accepted until spy VE ChatterBy J Ir ..

spate has been filled, but not
i! later than 1000 Tuesday Ext.
8 30.
Barracks 722 is beginning to We welcome the ten new corps s By CLARA E. STEER

FOR SALE look more like Grand Central Sta men who reported to the Hos- Amy Shaver (Receipt Control)

1$1T Buick four-door. Will either sellwitriKlit tion every day what with peoplecoming pital last week. Sorry to say that has just returned from a most Interesting
or my equity. T. i). Nation
I. Bid*. 510. NATTC. Ext. S04. and going all the time. we didn't have Putnam give them .- trip to the Pacific Coast.
1941 Hurley Davidson 74 O.ILV.-1'L motorryrle. Evenour Whitecaps reporter, special instructions like the last En route by car from Memphis to

with soddle. icxxl-bags condition, buddy, ,lent lully, two equipped crash Skipper Edge, got caught In the draft that reported in the week El Paso via Dallas, Abilene and

i bars. and RI't'.ori., t6'iO.:; Ens. 1). R. shuffle iso the orphaner column before. Sweetwater Texas, she was much
1 Roilly. Sr. B.O.Q? Room %66. or A'lU-4, had to be adopted anw.. Your e impressed with the rich farm

: 1942 Ht.-IS.: Master deluxe Chevrolet sport" coupe. "boot" reporter hopes these at- Eddie Lackner" our "Johnny In lands, Hereford cattle and oil
I I {lean, KOO.J condition, Call ext. S45 or'' tempts at "journalism" (and the the clouds has final got that 1 wells in Texas. She was struck

phone i-JJSS:.! : Km.. Turlington. word is used freely) aren't too futile excuse for a run- by the peculiar beauty of the Arizona
Itil: Chevrolet ..dnn Good condition.f .
ning. We're still waiting for the
I:30.; 1'hnne 2-4742 Bob Alv!.. I and California deserts
141 Buick Special Excellent Yes Skip, our coach and Abbie test flight hoping that it will mountains. Incidentally, they ran
condition (itKxl 1 paint job, new motor, I prove worthy of the time spent into a sandstorm in Arizona which
and four tires. Chief H. H. l> our MAA have left our happy 1"BIG
new" .ir- MOVIES:
on it It was quiet at the
very had taken the paint off one side
dar ext. 216 during working hours little brood for Great Lakes It I h
ext.: 8260 lifter: working hour:. was a tough fight, but the Bureauwon Corpsmen Quarters last Sunday t! of the car of a passing motorist
1843 JIK>I". A-l (condition complete$700.I I except for a few of the night crew T011DANCE met from Tuscon.
We all hope the gals will con- they coming
I Chief K. L Martin, 13J8A: Randolph i who finally broke down and went
St.. N.14f..I. .\ tinue their good work and we're The party arrived in San Diego
to church. After 12 monthsit ;
M-lnrh boat with I nearly
not kiddin' when we say that Jax'sloss Easter Sunday, and on a tripto
Stratton air-cooli.l enirme.foot.i S- couldn't have been a better time
a inch beam. Engine; and boat have lean I is Great Lakes' gain. than Mother's I "STAIR W& the Electronics Laboratory at
than :20:( hour. }J25.: Lt. Coward ext. I I6ti The baseball team had a fare- I Point Loma, Amy got her first
I. well party for Skip and Bogie last e "THE M"LOVE glimpse of the Pacific Ocean. Bal
Five-room house on large\ lot $5109!>>, $1000
cash. May Perkvy. 4m P"rkt.; Thursday night and as we all Wilder our Physio tech, better boa Park and the Zoo were included

Furninlio.l house in limiiijuan, Munor. know by "Butch" Glover's serenade -I known as Rover, has been bark- ANnth to keep I in the sightseeing. At Los
One block from but line, two blocks ing at the cats on the compound. I
from Venetin Grammar School I1., it was a bang-up affair. the rear of Angeles, she attended Earl Car-
We're that "Butch" We know that Gramlick and roll's broadcast "Queen for a
mile from NAS. Screened porch new" recommending I' "BELLS Othe popular .
Wrlinahou electric stove, ice box tilekitchen : replace the "Three Feathers" on Hampton went to town with himrecently Evans. istberry fills Day." Before leaving a sharp
drain tile bnth with dower the air this 1 but we don't know what marks hit the the worst
circulating heater, hot water heater summer, only we can river, earthquake city,
'I three bedroom, one converted Into "I call her "Four Roses" I i they did there. Jrsty vehicles since 1933.
e eIt's
iiumery. I.I v in groom furnitui b..n.11 Another Yard Policeman coppedone truck-
city At Hermossa Beach, Amy visited
Total 'i3.0.( 4141 Timtniuana R.I.Lt. I :
new. "Your Favorite Game
Cdr. S. Ci. Komi. ext. 423. of our girls when Janie Ryan Night"i ending line. Edna Mills who worked in Sup.
J Record player for records or transcription became Mrs. Francis Bischoff last i I the Recreation Hall this evening "CALCUTT -- ply for three years and is now
*. Nice portable carrying: p'''''. Sacrifice Saturday morning. Father Bradleyand .so come on over and choose\
/ for |It:i.; Phone J-OJ17W: Mr. I'I the like best. Or better I Orltc-s> with the Navy Supply Depot tt
,I \Vehrle LII' Dan Cupid must have some game you "BELLSEvans. I San Pedro, California. Edna wishes
'I G. E. radiGophon."ra"h combination, conol sort of an agreement 'cause theyare i still you can learn a new one. But GCaOd to be remembered to all her friendsin
I. model: 10-piece walnut twin b..... doing a record business and itisn't hold it. fellas! Yes the girls will
Supply. She lost one son in the
t mail act: plan pen and pad: baby car- I be here but remember that the Area I and wall mirror Chief Mikui even June yet! Jane wore the 1 "FOR THE15 war in Europe, but still has Bobbyand .

I412B, Childi M? NAS. traditional white gown while the Post Office closes promptly at a 1- .....1".." Dwight with her. .
114 Rebuilt and 1700.
Lincoln.eiihyer. motor
new paint. job I215k Hancock St., bridesmaid Mary Raisch, was'i, e "STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN", starring David Niven. ,
NAS thief C. .:. hrmaner.. ext 711. dressed in orchid chiffon. That WEDNESDAY I I
Chrononraph.: New condition $75. P. L. knocking sound you heard was Here's a note to remember: Friday "THE MILLERSON CASE", with Warner Baxter. ,
Smith, ext. 2<':2.Portable only Bish's knees. night will be "Musical Bingo"time nI
i only one automatic month, fcund electric condition.mangle.See If it seems unusually quiet con- i I in the Rec Hall at 1930. If "LOVE AND LEARN", featuring Jack Carson. ,
Brown .\&It. Shop Htt L.// sider the fact that "Butch" Glover I you haven't had a hand in this

Argus SI-mm camera. Model C-3 i Anne Kostelmk: Frenchy Martinettl. game before come on and see whatyou've OTHER EVENTS 1:
j portrait attachment. K-Z filter flash i I 1 t
built, leather cue and flash nun. New, Chris De Roach. Ruth Gill missed. You don't have to
will: sell cheap. V.: t'. McCulloKh.I Yukon I and Ruth Dobson are on leave. i I i do any singing but being up on BINGO PARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
Trailer Park trailer N... 8. I your latest recordings will be a big ATHLETIC GEAR-Available at Mat area Yorktown Avenue,and
At our little House last
Meeting |
S-mni camera with e...... Very reasonable.) week I help. Mustin Road, 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room, top-
Nuns, txt. 111.Accurdian. we got the well-known wordon
forty-eiitht bass: Italian Cel- the new unlfprm regs for the I Si side Bldg. 726, 0800-1700 on work days.

lint, .jeweled. Ext. 24> or ext. 299! station. Don't you just love iron Still another sad goodbye on the MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Hear of Bldg. 39, open 1200-2400(

KiMer.Male chow pup. seven weeks old. Ext. ing white shirts ? And speak- Red Cross staff. This time it's our I daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.

:SI'. Lt. (hat O. W. MuaMlwhite.Bby ing of uniforms did you see Topsy Mississippi wonder Miss Nancy I ROWLING-Six alleys located in Malnside Recreation Building

/ carriage UuaUlebuam.. high chair. Phone :..8442.I.t. Desmond at inspection Saturday ? McCully. She's remaining Navy- i No. 3. Alleys open from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700-

Thayer. baby carriage. like new. 1114V Unless you looked real close you I true, though because her transfer 2100 Saturdays and Sundays.
Allegheny Rd., N.\S. Ext. 49*. E. W. couldn't tell where her dress end- is to the U.S.N. Hospital in Pen- BOXING For information regarding workouts contact Lieut.

tax.0al"y .lx d. .bedroom set12ITA Hancock ed and those shoes started. Topsyalways sacola. A new column telling how I Comdr. A. J. Rubino extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after

St.. NAS. Ext. :.Ml.:; JJrikl.')'. did like to do things the much we'll miss her would surely 1500.

Three roomi of furniture, Includeg studio hard way. I IThat's stretch from here to there and MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center located in
couch platform rocker Strut (lumber I
(chair coffee table, end tables, lamps.4Diet all for this time. kids again. the South wing of Building No. 955 is open to NAS personnel and
.. bedroom' suite, oak dmlnaroom and how's about giving out with I their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions "A
set. .and limhes. All in excellent con some news before the Spray from I Here's a brief reminder to all with Welfare Officer. Combination radio
by arrangement -pho.
1 dition. C. L. Stone, 1442B: Child. St? of sideline
NlsTVanhmir. the WAVES becomes a mere drizzle you sitters at the May nograph available for use of all hands.

j machine and baby high chair ? I II II II Dance last week. Wednesday nightis LIBRARY-Located on second deck: of Mainside Recreation Building
S4i Mrs. J""obi.114! Headley Ave. I i "Dance Lesson" time in the Rec
No. 3. Open from 0900 to :2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
Folding baby carriage, bliuk I finish! : fold. Hall with instructor from
I an the
!In* bathinette, whit -finish. Both inK Schweiithofer A4R !Machine Iliviaion from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
>...<| condition. Will sell together or ext HI). or (PO Mew, Bid*. 700( \ Room Arthur Murray studios setting
129. SWIMMING; -(outdoor pools) I Daily Monday through Saturday- ,
I enaratelr.. 4UI2D Dewey Park Annex, ext. 3>:2. I your feet in the right rhythm It's I
or ext Silt. W. K. O ('onnell.Blndehak.r Two passengers. to share expenses and 0800 to 1900, Sunday-1200 to 1900.
i : driving to California in 1941 Buick inAl a great thing to know-this dancing -
Good condition $695.
coune. I GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun
Pugh. ext. 372. Leaving not later than habit-so if you'd like a try at
j t 1941. 1)alge l coupe. Excellent condition.Mr. H !May. Mrs T. A. Bowden. HS.'U: it, come over next Wednesday day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available Golf House. Bathing
Steet. phone 2-9101 after 1700.Zl \ ChiM St., NA$. trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
Ride fromilantic --- ---
1 IU Kiver ld" Ave Blvd and S O'clock ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
Furniture for Imnirroom, kitchen and (lub to NAS. Working hour 04i(><' to Bee Off
two bedrooms, compute with end table, 100. H. R. Smith, ext. 401( or ,phone f--------: I II cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
lump. coffee table dranea, pictures, 9-iIJ..3. spelling bee. Field.
j .... Ride front 5th and Main to NAS. Working -
radio, dishes, high chair and new Tuesday night,
TENNIS Racquets and balls available
trio roaster Mrs. T. A. Bowden 143JA hours OTIo to 1600.( Miss George" was cancelled because of are at the Physical Train
(Child M.. N.\.SBteel ext. 279 I sufficient an ing Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
trailer with racks and MISCELLANEOUSBaby amount of
luvxu e in-I Yorktown Roads). -
1 tarpnulin. See at SI 42 Astral Ave ants. While considerable ,
Pendix outboard electric roller. A-l condition sitter Wants work anywhere, any I est had been evidenced in AHCJlEltl"-Club, located in Bldg. 899, open daily from 1800to
also horsepower Neptune time. Phone :3-W9; \ Miss Howey. I 2200 Saturday from 0900 to 2200
: $4i; 5'u -- affair a number of WAVES'II ; ; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
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outbonrd.' A-l condition $75. S. C. I Everyone welcome. a
:Nx-hor: phone 2-7306 who were to take part recently!' 1Nl'ISERVSponsored
I :
: by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 1101.
I'OR RENT: were separated and with just!
2831"I a handful of contenders remain- Monday and Fndajs-0800 to 1200; Tuesdays-1800 to 2100; W dnes-
)l'i.* clean r.ltJnwith home life. j days-0800 to 1800; Thursdays-1300 to 1300; Saturdays-0900 to 0100
Forbes" M. Phone j.4\1r.: ing. it was decided to call the
R.NHU in private home fur cOIIIle.l Near r -, event off. I II I ( Sunday) Rates-(hourly) 20 cents for one child 25 cents for two or
N.\S route. Phone 7-60JS.: 'P t I I I more; (monthly) $6 for one child, $7 for two or more.
Larire room with private both' phone, andaemiunvate. :
entrance. Phone 2-3395, WHERE TO GO ASHORE
Mr. -II. II. Hull.JJice BREEZESWhat

1 room to NAS in private included home If desired.Transportntion 4626! USO Armed Service Center, 122 West Forsyth Street. Lounge

Blackburn Kd., KldridireThrwbediuiiin I this world needs Is a me- open OSOO-2300; dormitory open 21 hours a day-with showers, shaving
1 furnished huune tn Rlverd chanical device- not a wife-that facilities, etc.
dale Gardens, three miles, from NAS will tell a man when he's had
I Will rent from l hI of June to tilt of
July. Contact Lt. Paul King Bid74K.. enough.

1 ext lriKim; J9JB .with I kitchen ivllejren. One z4t I I Half of us light cigarettes because Navy Seeks More (i
t Mark off NAS bua line" in :Murray. Hill I I in
Phone :J-Jxig.: W. C. IlKlhiiiiAwoiih.VAXTEIJ i t we can't tind any other immediate I NAS Weekly t
II \ use for our hands. Baseball Schedule WAVES For The

Editor ot 3x Air N'ewx 1 I. ....-kiiitr. a
houae or .p. ,,rlm.nt. 1'refer unfuimih...l laiurtment Sailor: Why duln'l 1 yet 109p I I Inactive Reserve ,
IxMlioomNill, Today
with two con nt
r r< on my test ?
I solar' purchase. of house I if in nice locution rs Florida .I
and price Is not inflitnl Must be Teacher: You remember the UniversityMason Now the Naval Reserve is opening -

In Avonditle. Urtelra I.nkenhorr question, "Why did the pioneers go Field. a drive for WAVES. ,
Riverside sections. 'all A. M. Greeneext. into the wjldt rnessf" (Starts at 1630) :
HIS4Portable Pointing up the advantages ,
wmhliirf machine and SiiigeipiHtitble I Sailor: Yes. which will accrue to WAVES who I
sewing machine, M. Teacher: Well,. your answer, ,
Ml'llI'r'j sign up in the inactive reserve, the tl
m was
Three or f'jr-room' ai>aitinent, or PLUNGING neckline. call :\Ia..m Field. Navy is making a strong bid to( {.I
they i
P. !Ie. Kitumaurice. ext 766 increase the numbers of women
Paaeiiier from Pearl' (ouit Section this and we don't pretend to I' The weaker sex is the strongersex (Start at 1630)) I
enrolled in the Reserves.
along Pearl. H-nver. ani McUuff to I know what it means. Joan Bar because of the weakness of the Among "r'!
N-'S. Lt. rerrvll. ext. :2I i.C..rm the advantages are retention of
i,r | -,, 'pm with papers.-_.-Chief ton of NBC in the young lady. stronger sex for the weaker sex. I tating and continuance of longe
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vity. Of course there is the added .

STALEMATE benefit of continued affiliationwith

1 By Harold Jones, 81 Chicken the Navy.In J'

line with this new policy, all

enlisted WAVES at the time of

separation processing will be given

the opportunity to choose either

release to inactive duty or a dis

rl charge. Choice of inactive duty

.. does not alter a WAVE'S entitlement II

to terminal leave or any benefits

,, of the Q.I. Bill of Rights, tt ..

l < was explained!

I r + .

fAa x b i The cute little thing entered tha-

5 c doctor's office with a worried lookon .. i i
her face. I

I "Doctor" she said "I need ah '
operation" I '

Ij "Major ?". asked the dddtor.

-j jj j "No/' she said, "Corporal.'T ."


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JAX AIR NEWS 15 May 1947"Honors"
PnnA TtJUn

150th Anniversary IT'S A TOUGH LIFE_ By Slec

0 ,pl One hundred and fifty years ago, when Wash,.
ington was President, instead of a city on the
Potomac, the first ship to be launched under the I
new Constitution of the United States was set s't
\ \, afloat in Philadelphia. :May 10, 1797, was the date I' i
and Washington, in sober pride and hope for his S
new nation, called her the United States.
The new ship was one of six frigates authorizedin )
wi; 1794-two of the others, the Constitution and the
Constellation, are still afloat-and she was almost Ii
literally dug out of her country's earth. "The wood :
for the frames," said Secretary of War Henry
Knox, who was responsible for both military and
aJL naval matters, "is standing in the forests, the iron
for the cannon lies in its natural bed, and the flax irv
:': for sails) and hemp (for lines and rigging) are
PJ. perhaps in their seed."
[L On the deck of the United States the day she
| was launched was a young midshipman named
Stephen Decatur. Decatur became captain of theft
frigate in 1809 and he bet a British sea captain that
if ever the British and Americans should go to
war his ship, the United States, would defeat and
seize the Briton's ship HBM Macedonian. Stake of I
the wage was a beaver hat. I
Came war in 1812 and the United States sailed ;,
out looking for trouble. Off the :Madeira Islands :
she encountered the Macedonian with the same |
British captain in command. Decatur won the
beaver hat and it is written in tradition that I
he declined the Briton's proffered sword saYing'j'' 4
"Sir I cannot receive the sword of a man
so bravely defended his ship" I
A comparison of the frigate's dimensions with' : t .
those of ships of World War II shows that her over- _

f all length (over 200 feet) was approximately that ........onwuD / / T / .. .. ,. ,. ('''C''f f I
of an LSM. Her displacement 1500 tons, was that .
of the present-day destroyer USS Fanning, thoughthe I "Some blankety-blank $#%&# !! turned my electric blanketup
too high during the night!
frigate's 43-foot beam was three feet greater I
r than the DD's. Masthead height of the United --- --

States equals'! that of a Midway-class carrier andover I
: 40,000 square feet of canvas made her sails, I *1 lIe.,
enough nearly to cover the flight deck of an Essex
carrier. I

The ship was taken by the Confederates at .
--- -- ash Norfork Yard in 1861 sunk y
Navy April, as an
struction in the Elizabeth River in 1862 and
Ob-j 1
again the same year when Union forces took
the yard. She was ordered broken up on 18
A large number of the personnel on duty 1865, at the end of a distinguished career during
J in this area are unacquainted with normal which she watched her country grow from a strip ny J. F. NELEN, ACMM ti

J peacetime practices that are gradually be- of colonies along the Atlantic to a great nation Softball stepped into the spotlight ,
ing re-adapted to our daily routine. Some spanning an entire continent. I at the CPO Club last week For a fresh approach to American

bewilderment is aroused in the minds of 1 -*- as the club's "Green Dragons," a history, read Stewart H. Hol-
I vastly improved outfit won two brook's LOST :MEN OF AMERI
sailors the of
young post-war by rendering straight games, bringing their percentage -
"honors" upon the arrival and departure of I to 500. They trimmed the CAN HISTORY. Here is a fas-

distinguished visitors. T iI previously undefeated NATS by a cinating parade of many worthy
I score of 9-0. behind the brilliant Americans wno, tor one reason or
: The word "honors" used here refers
as one-hit pitching of Chief Crews another, have never been given
to the employment of gun salutes, side boys, I NeIDS andViews fmrnStatio1i s a whole, the boys played their! their just due.! Included are Chris-
guard formations, and band in the acknowl i best ball to date and before the topher Ludwick, the Philadelphia
I edgement of the official capacity of an in- I v season is over, all chiefs will be baker who persuaded the Hessiansto
I proud to have the "Dragons" rep- desert their Britsh employers;
dividual who visits naval establish-
ship -
a or I resenting them. In the other game David Bushnell, Inventor of a
ment. "PLEASURES AND RESPONSIBILITIES"Life last week, the Plant Division also primitive submarine; Samuel Colt,
Honors are rendered by all civilized nations bowed to us by a score of 9 to 0. inventor of the Colt revolver. Mr.

or the world, and their history dates with is filled with many varying pleasures, A little excitement occurred in Holbrook is the author of another

the earliest gatherings of mankind into organized but for every pleasure a man enjoys, thereis I the last batters game when swung one twice of the at opposing the- EMPIRE interesting a volume story,of BURNING the destruc-AN

tribes or clans. Honors, in one form a corresponding responsibility. A story same ball, much to the disgust of tion of our forests by fire.
r or another, are rendered in the small or large is told of a king who wanted the definitionof Chief Womsetler, the CPO catcher WRITE SORROW ON THE
t homes of well-mannered people throughout an economist. He called in all the men who almost got his beak bust EARTH by Charles C. Werten-

the world. A good friend whose arrival is'' in his kingdom who knew anything at all ed. baker is a story of the French underground -
about and he asked them "Whatis The season is only onefourthover with points of resem-
economy ,
anticipated is never left standing at the door
and Chief Chism blance to "For Whom the
team man Bell
.;to. cooling his heels. family" and servants, if i an economist ? After several years of de ager, would welcome a couple of I Tolls." It is the story of two men

any, stand by to render a prompt and hos- .liberation, a report came to the king with fast pitchers and two or three I fighting with the French Forcesof
pitable welcome. The excitement and fuss is this answer to his question : "An economistis hard-hitting outfielders. The team )I the Interior, and the wife of one

usually] in direct proportion to the importance a man who tells you that there is no such at present is composed of Chiefs I who was loved by both. It takes
Crews, Womsetler, Hook Wagner, place during the months of anx-
in life free lunch. i
to the family, of the visitor.So thing as a Smiley Carpenter, Putt-Putt Etter, ious preparation for the American
it is with official visitors in the Navy. A good many people have not yet realized Blackie Bomfa Schar Fishy Kzre- invasion of southern France and is

As representatives of our country, we act as that the findings of that group of men are sowiak, "Brown Bagger" Gushannos somewhat better than most of the

greeters and acknowledge the official statureof essentially title. There IS no such thing as a Herbie; Dave"The Fore Scar"Sweeney Abrams, Zasjack, stories of the underground.If .
romance and adventure
the visitor by adherence to a table of free lunch. For every pleasure in life, thereis Robertson, and Irish O'Hearn. what you wish, read THE FUR are

"honors" which specifies just how much a corresponding responsibility.In ATTENTION, CHIEFS: Anyone MASTERS by Alan Sullivan. Hereis

;; noise and fuss the distinguished guest's rank social circles this fact is most evident. interested in the length of time required the story of the fur trade of

deserves. We do the same with ranking mem- When you go to dinner at the home of a to drive from Jax to Mi-' Canada a centucy or more ago, a
ami, please contact "Hard Head" trade which entailed a life of ad-
bers of our own services and government. friend, you rather automatically begin plan- Davis, CCS, of the Commissary venture and excitement as well as
Although many Americans are tradition- ning to have the friend for dinner at your Department. He headed for Miami hardship and, sometimes, great ro
ally informal and critical of pomp, it is extremely home. To return a call or a favor is more last week with five passengers. The I .mance. This Canadian author is
important that Navy men appreciate than mere courtesy. It is a necessity.In total time for the trip was 16 thoroughly aCQuainted' with hla.
hours. (Five of these hours were.. I country and has written many novels
the. i importance that many .of the world'speople financial circles.' certainly.' pleasures spent in the Everglades- -).--Davis-- including THREE CAME TO

auacn 10 ceremony ana protocol. AS.1 carry responsibility. You eat in a restaurant and four very lovely companions i I THE VILLE MARIE which received -
ridiculous as it may seem to us, much ill- I and enjoy a beefsteak, so you pay the cash- were m trouble. We wonder how the Governor General's'! Awardas
will can be generated in the minds of a sen- ier. You take a bus ride you buy a ticket. come the only other male the best Canadian work of fiction -

sitive people if they believe that they have You carry insurance-you pay the premiums. get ger had a tow to car.hitch-hike We should to passen-I A in 1942. .\

been slighted because of some failure to ful- There is no such thing as a free lunch. Pleas- his name from "Hard died effectively mystery-detective in a manner yarn quite han-

ly recognize their rank or the dignity of their ure carries corresponding responsibility.In "Brainy." Really, "Hard Head," different from the usual is THE

position. When we render gun salutes and the relationship between men and wo it's bolts.a shame about the bucket of FABULOUS CLIPJOINT by Fred
the band "sounds off" with ruffjes and flour- erick Brown. The hero is a young
this thesis is also true. A certain loose-
men, Let's see more of you folks at ster, and he and his uncle go after
ishes old tradition
we are carrying on an
ness prevails in some circles regarding the our Bingo nights. What's keeping the murderers of the boy's father.
that implies respect to some dignitary and relationships between men and women. To you away? We have a Nursery op. DISPOSING OF HENRY by Roger -
especially for the people of the country he enjoy the pleasures of marriage entails being erating on the base now, so even Bax is another crime story un-
represents, whose arrival or departure is of you parents ought to be able to usual in its development. The reader -
capable assuming fulfilling of the obli-
make it these days. follows the career of the wo
worthy of special note.
gations of marriage and of parenthood. Sex- man in the
There aren't enough chiefs com case, her plotting witha
As long as we expect to play the large ual promiscuity may be free of financial obligations ing to the various shindigs. Come ruthless ex-officer for the mur-

part in world affairs which destiny has now but it is not without its responsi- 'on, chiefs let's see if we can get I der of her wealthy husband the
11 presented us with, we will do well to havea bilities, and those who indulge in that kind away for a little while to attend ,: murder, and the activities of the
realistic understanding of the part that all our affairs. Be sure to attend police afterwards'!
of will
pleasure sooner or later be called I
plays in the minds and habits ofa monthly meeting on
ceremony to meet the responsibilities involved.In 19 May. I
vast percentage of the world's population. the realm of the above
religion, stated And by the way, there haven't
-*- thesis is equally true. The pleasure of just been nearly enough items dropped

.. JITTERBUGGERS, BEWARE being alive, to being a part of living humanity into the board.little How black about box on the bulletin At the station Chapelt. Birmln.ham
carries responsibility too. The obli your and Mutin AteitaeProteitant
(SEA-You'd think the Yugo-slavs reporter a hand so he can really
gations to society for all of us are endless. write all doings of you chiefs. Cl930 NATTC S ..
don't like American dances. Fines of 1,500 I Mlre Chaplain W. T.
Our debt to God remains forever unpaid, for > I gJ. >rlnlrfl I". t
dinars ($7.50) and up to 45 days of compul 0830 -Sunday School. Small Chapel .
? labor be placed most us have received more from Him Chicago (SEA) Rafael Angel Mr. Archibald Kttllet.
sory may upon any person 10U..Gon"r.l
found teaching or dancing boogie-woogie I than we can ever hope to repay. Living is Baldo, 34, was out in the cold aft lain K. L. Albert.Wor.hlp !eervle.-Chap-.
serious business, and a daily balancing of er being divorced by his wife, 38, C"""*
/ the and the decree
: trucking, big apple conga, a the books high dividends. recently. He had been married to 0700-Ma..
'* pays
published in the official gazette of Za- her 0900-Maia.
J daughter Mrs. Patricia Rosal
, -Chaplain W. T. Springfield. 1100-Mau.A .
; : greb stated. 22, three years ago but was divorced Outdoor' Norxrj for oman chil
Also outlawed by the same decree are cation. These carry fines of 50,000 dinars i by her. Mrs. Baldo said dren 12CO.)I. maintained between' Wand

'L fortune telling, hypnotism, spirtualism, ($250); ) and up to three months compulsory. she reform had him married her'provide non-in-law to JewUb Rtllfieof Serrlc Me
I. a home, FeilewiMa Hear
1 graphology or any other form of prognosti- labor. for her granddaughter.. XH-FrWaq la 1 the :tiUall Chapei. "



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M ffHE Q I FILLING 'EM UP 'II upe v ;

'I I =- AROUND-- --.W.j > i

Engine Overhaul.-by Carl W. .-..- fI- I ..

Player Frank BlarXon, GeorgeItepoff "
:1 Bill Kenyon !*d Ben Tin- '
month to
George Owens May 14, I
I) .....'; gen would like to know the best and Kenneth McEwen, May 16. *
way to divide one black bass We I ', By CLARA E. STEER
are glad to see Mildred Sew- ii
length 12\k Inches. They didn't ell back at work after being out i, I Amy Shaver (Receipt Control)
a scale to measure with but sick last week. has just returned from a most interesting -
they claim he was the exact length If you see Mac walking around I w' I trip to the Pacific Coast.

jl'have of Tin gen's shoe. like a lost soul it's because his. r9 i En route by car from Memphis to
Latest reports indicate that Mildred wife Is taking a vacation and Macis I El Paso via Dallas Abilene and

Smith Margaret Ward and cook at his house now.S. Sweetwater, Texas, she was much
Flora Moore really had quite a W. Rzepinik is still in the I 1 impressed with the rich farmlands
; party at the Beach Pier the night hospital. Hope you will soon be Mr Hereford (cattle and oil
of May 4th. Margaret wants to back to work, Walter, and feeling wells in Texas. She was struck
get her tan by degrees so she won't better.A. by the peculiar beauty of the Ari- I
blister. Wonder if that beach moon W. Gullmette Sic is visiting A1T\ zona and California deserts and
light is supposed to be the first his home in Buffalo] N. Y. ) mountains. Incidentally they ran
stages of a healthy tan?
Accessories" Division By Bob ;;: into a sandstorm in Arizona which
Prize remark of the week is I Cook=Did ycu know that Charlie '\ :i::' had taken the paint off one side
Marvin Gurr's twisted version of /'Ipf r of the of motorist
car a passing
(Kiddie) Carr and "DoubleDecker" ,l': I
an old Shakespearean gem (which Smith are the heavenly twins .. they met coming from Tuscon.
Marvin does not claim credit for -< ,.
of the Instrument Shop? They <<', f. I The party arrived in San Diego
originating). Quoting Marvin "A I .
1 were both born on May 8th of the Easter Sunday and on a trip to
chrysanthemum by other name '
same That's President Tru- the Electronics at
year. Laboratory
would be easier to spell. Unquote.We .
see that Jack Byars has man's birthday too. Anyhow, theyare a: Point Lorn, Amy got her first
recently a couple of swell guys and we : glimpse of the Pacific Ocean. Bal-
'' been assigned the duties of fi ":- '-' x'''>> ''''>:<-
'W' 'r1! )
all wish them many many more boa Park and the Zoo were In-
divi-sion happy birthdays in the ;years to IT TAKES 70,000 GALLONS of gasoline each month to keep cluded in the sightseeing. At Los
come. the station's vehicles moving, and the center island in the rear of Angeles she attended Earl Car-

Power Plant Panorama All 1 I I ""Grandmothers And Darned the Transportation Building with its twin pumps is the popular roll's broadcast, "Queen for a

hands in the E. O. : Section Proud Of It." That's the slogan spot where drivers "gas up" their "buggies". R. F Westberry fills Day." Before leaving, a sharp
J Planning to learn adopted by an exclusive] group or- the tank on a Navy truck as S, B. Williamson, the driver, marks earthquake hit the city, the worst
what the prize was waiting at the bottom I ganizing a club for grandmothers the log book. The gas pumps are beseiged all day by thirsty vehicles since 1933.
from one-gallon capacity scooters to 130-gallon capacity truck-
of a box of Cracker Jack only. At Hermossa Beach, Amy visit-
George McKiney. Red Burton and Your correspondent wants to tractors as they move up to "take a drink" in a never-ending line. ed Edna Mills who worked in Sup-

the writer explaining the advantages clear an error he made some time ply for three years, and is now
of fatherhood to Bill Dobbs ago. We reported that our lead- INSIDE Civilian Workers with the Navy Supply Depot at

Coy Whitworth selling Blue ingman B. C. Dutch, received a San Pedro California. Edna wishesto
Are Still Needed
Cross insurance just as if he were five-year service pin. Mr. Blitch PUBLIC WORKS be remembered to all her friendsin
getting paid for his efforts was awarded a ten-year pin which In Marianas Area Supply. She lost one son in the
Mal Gregory taking over the wheel was presented to him by CaptainJ. :MARY RODGERS war in Europe but still has Bobby
job while Baldy takes leave to E. Dodson. Our senior civilian Ily Civilian personnel inarlous and Dwight with her. '
'" E. L. Well it seems as if the old professional, clerical and mechanical At Pasadena her
have a baby Woody and "Leap- supervisor, Smith also received Amy rejoined
ing LaRue" Brown playing catch his ten-year pin from the weatherman got his Easter date positions are urgently companions and headed for San
during the lunch hour Frank'captain. Congratulations to you mixed up this year, judging from needed" by the Bureau of Yards Francisco where she had her first
; Alonzo Valdes learning why a piston the cool week-ends we've been having and Doeks for work In the Ma taste of fresh salmon at Bern-
is weighed both.Harold Garrett, leadingman of lately. Among those complaining ] rianas Area it was pointed out stein's. At Asti they took a tour

Latset information indicates the Gyro Shop, was a guest of the about this is Kathleen] Franks in Industrial Relations Department through the Swiss-Italian winery,
that Lois Webster, E. O. stenographer Assembly] Division at the picnicat (Material Section) who wants to Memorandum No 11-47, one of the largest in the world.
who was seriously injuredin Gold Head Branch State Park. be a lovely chocolate color by the Issued last week They proceeded through the fam-
an auto accident during the He reports that it's an ideal spot time she goes back home to Penn- I. Persons selected hill be required ous redwood forests to Oregon

Xmas holidays, will return to work for affairs of the heart. Watch out, sylvania. to sign a one-year contract. passing the Will Rogers estate,
on May 19th.Footnote Harold, you may be next. Which reminds us If you Transportation be furnished, thence back to Jacksonville on the
I Mabel Griffin's see J. W. Bryan (Housing) bob- and salaries are twenty-five percent Union Pacific Railroad.
: It is the desire of this son, Lamar III, Upon request -
writer to devote more space to employees has started an unusual business I; bling 'round the base this week, above the current pay rates Amy will gladly show anyone
1 ] of this division not contacted at Jacksonville Beach. He has a i 'tain't rheumatism!! In the States.Employees. interested the pictures of her
Thomas, transfer
I personally Jay by day. So war-time amphibian car, the I Lily I desiring
I if any of you people have news I "Aqua-Cheetah," and takes you who clerk typist I should submit such requests to trip.When crossing on the ferry the
resignedlast the Commanding Officer via the
j to yourselves or your right through the surf out to sea. week is Officer. Fur- last day of April the wind blew
Mends Civilian Personnel
pass it on. We will be If you really want a thrilling new i of the old- Information be obtained Kenneth McDuffie's hat Into the
one ther
more than happy to receive it. experience, look him up. He's located timers in this from the Industrial may Relations river. Billie von Hofen (Stock Con-

Engineering Dh'lslon-by Fred where the "Flag" used to be. depart ment. Department Bldg. 450. trol) presented him with a little

E. Clyne-Either we have a Sher- Because of the death of his sis She was em- silver hat on a necklace which.
lock Holmes looking for John L. ter J.V.. Andrews, quarterman, } ployed as time- ic around again after a month's Kenneth wore around his neck all
Clues in our midst, or his sight is was not present" when the five-year keeper in vacation. day. The note accompanying the
failing him. We're speaking of Bill service pins were awarded by Lt. TransportationSection Virginia Walpole (Design) reports gift composed by Billie went like
Burch trying to locate something (Jg) T. G. Henderson, but receivedhis since 8 that Mr. Goedert has been this:

on his desk with a magnifying when he returned to work. :May: 1942. I bringing some beautiful "glads"to While on the ferry he sat
I glass last week. We've known for a long time We're going to work with him lately. Wonder McDuffie lost his hat.

We notice this week that Eugene that there are a bunch of wolves miss you, Lily, but wish you lots what you have to do to get some Along] came the last of an April
Humpal has come 'out 4.0 with around A&R but did you know ''of luck in whatever you under- / of them?! breeze
his run-in with the "buzz saw." I that there are cavemen, too?! Yes, take. I have threatened a big blank And into the water it glided with

By the way, no explanation was sir! Lyle Mach, Victor A. Norman, Don't know how Mr. Megonigal'shair space! under "Inside Public Works"if ease! '

given for his mutilation, either. and your correspondent earned got cut off so short, but Tony some news didn't come floatin Now this poem is not as long as
Tom McLaughlin was all smiles that title when they explored an Waites just swears that he was onto my desk but nothing seems this string,
last week when he and Chas. Little old cave near Alachua. They went run over by the lawnmower whenhe to have come of it. This is one But on the end is the main thing.

ohn got the old jalopy perco- underground more than 400 feet was out on the golf course the week, however, when I would have Easter is over and the "straw"
lating. In fact the shock was so and expect, on the next trip, to other day! How 'bout it, Joseph? kept my end of the bargain hadit season here,
great that he couldn't show up for I go even deeper. Jennie Farford (Maintenance) not been for Mike Cascone, who Look around now, for Mother's
work the next day. Emilie Gensinger reports that is as busy as a little bee these all but stood over me with a whip Day is near!
"Mad House" Tracy has a new she spent an enjoyable weekendat days making plans for the big while I wrote this! So-o-o, don't .

member to add to his inner sanctum Daytona Beach. She's got a event. The date is June 22, in case put all the blame on me for this
Dorothy Johnstone from bunch of nice photographs to you haven't heard. column, and let's give out with all Civilian Golf Club
NATTC. Just call her Dot. prove it, too. the "dirt" for next week.
A surprise birthday party was W. V. Strom, Apprentice Train- 4 .
Lois hasn't been making
Barclay ing Supervisor and all his bo'sare Schedules TourneyAt
given for Viona Cunningham last
many trips home lately. Maybe
with enthusiasmover
bubbling over
her mother ( ?) has moved. week A delicious picnic lunch was their new school house, Build InspectingThe Hyde Park LinksWith
served around the barbecue
Clarence] Lamb is back in the open 156: which moved into
ing they
I pit at Mabel Griffin's home in River -
groove now after his vacation. We | recently.N. 33 members already enrolled -

notice that he has slowed that Ford Hills Circle I C. Farmer (Design & Engineering and a drive on to get more en-
; down, too.Speaking. Planning Dh'Ulon!! -By Seamor InspectorsBy thusiasts
) and the missus are leav- in the Club, the NAS
of slowing down, we Well, folks, the Planning Divisionis I ing this week for California where civilian golf club has already sched-
see that Tiny Symasek had her :, back in print again under anew I they will spend their vacation. HELEN DUn ETTE uled a Blind Bogey Tourney, at
name in the Plan-of-the-Day to by-line. We hope to continue I We to lose our leading -
Hope you have a very enjoyabletrip were sorry the Hyde Park links on 24 May
the tune of 39 miles an hour. j with it, but it's all up to you. Mr. Farmer. chief, J. H. Dickson, Any member may enter the com-
Paul Carman said if we needed We would like to welcome a few who checked out last ACMM'j
I It's nice to see L. M. Johnston, I petition by paying the SO cent entry -
\ any material for the column we new members of our division, Ann quarterman, refrigeration mechan- tend school in Memphis, fee to a committeeman before
could say that he just bought an- ': McKay and Betty White from the I He's going to Advanced AMM I 1545 on 23 May.Aftt'r .
other rabbit. We don't know Paul, Supply Dept." and Sarah Hare, boys! School,-and. we wish him the best
this tourney, the club will
if we can talk fast enough, or have a former employee of Material We wish to extend our congratulations of luck and happiness in this new I have a tournament month.
enough room j j Section. ] to Robert G. Freeman, assignment.A every
Since the
scores are computed on
i Structures Dh"blon-By Lathe- Extensive sighing has been com- who was married recently. You'rea hearty welcome is extendedto
basis all
a handicap members will
,'" tls Gunter-The cable shop has ing from the vicinity of Statisticsas man of responsibilities now, E. T. Cook, ACMM, former as- stand an equal chance of walkingoff
a certain lieutenant passes. Tch! Bob! sociate principal inspector in the
lost a valuable employee, Arnold] with first place honors, it was
A. Lfgrand. After four months oft Tch! girls, he's married! The Assembly] Division had its Interim Overhaul Inspection Office stated.

civilian life, he joined the Navy cs There were two birthdays In picnic last Saturday and we are as he takes over the duties
: an AMMlc. Material Section last month-Sue very happy to announce that it wasa of leading chief of the Inspection Anyone wishing to become a
Shop 301 doesn't have much Lerner and Floyd Parker. big success. Everybody had a Department. member should contact either\ B,

news this week. In fact, everything I Harley] Flowers and the little swell time and there was food I More changes in the department W. Bradshaw at Assembly Divi-
IB calm. A couple of our supervisors woman were blesed a while back galore! Baseball was played] anda : E. M. Bush, ACMM, has sion, Ray Kennedy at Graphic
are being transferred Monday, with a small one, namely Michael few went swimming. taken over the duties of princi- Arts, Herb Pinney of Structures
and we sure hate to lose them. Duane. Congratulations, Harley. Administration and Personnel pal inspector in the Flight Test or Nick Pulignano of Engineering,
: Dot Dlekson The Time Section Division and C. A. Sandefur AC- all at A&R.Overhaul .
1 Auddie Shuler has a sly way of Assembly Dh'lslon'By I. D. By ,
j getting steak. He had a wreck in Bouchard-There have been quitea had a picnic this Saturday and a MM, has taken over as associate '
,j his new Ford. The car was torn few changes in the Assembly] DI- great time was had by all. Swimming principal inspector, Interim Over- Inspection Office ban
of bowling, and dancing were haul Division. anas are not called bananas in
up and his steak went to waste. vision the last couple weeks
t The smiling faces of the sailors but, as the ole saying goes, there's among the activities enjoyed. We arso welcome three new Georgia. When asked "what do"
In 311 are no more. They have been nothing like a change to keep There was plenty of food for all. members into the department: O. they call bananas in Georgia?

transferred to the glass shop. Only things buzzing. We are sorry to hear that Spen- J. Fandel, AMMlc; C. E. Lowe, Eleanor" promptly replied: "Co- I
of the cer's little girl is ill. We she Sic AMM3c and R. W. coanuts ? ? ? ?
one sailor, VV. C. Sawyer is left Mickey Reese, ex-foreman hope ; Billy Ohl ;
\ to keep the shop smiling. Assembly] Division is ,now with will be feeling chipper again aoon. Cartier, ACMM. A versatile lady ia Mrs. L. L.
'_ S Friends of Mattie J. Hersey, the Structures Division, and guess II Inez Is going home again this Most of us would like to know Kirkwood Not only is she a com-

....', .,1 I ,shop 306, will be pleased to know what? He took "Mom," our ex-' week-end and taking two Texas the name of that "beautiful' girl petent office worker, housekeeper,
that she has moved to her new reporter, with him. This is where" : gals with beg so they can see what Bill McCormick was with Sun- and wife but "you ought to see
j home on West 20th Street. I've come in. You'll find our name Georgia is like. day. 'Twas a perfect day to go mo- that gal help me saw fence posts,"
Metal Division-By Bobby-We at the top of the column so, comeon I Mal Butler just bought a new toring to Fernandina Beach in says Lewis, You're not a modern
are glad to have Mickey Reese folks, it's only with your cooperation I pickup truck. Had to be towed in, that Buick convertible Bill. Of Simon Legree are you Kirk?

; back as foreman of our division. that we can keep the too.Ida course, a good time was had by all! And don't forget the PICNIC 1
4 It's a girl for Chief Schairer andNew news hot. must be blood thirsty. She's John FinencOt his wife, and baby It'a to be held May 24th at Kings-
::1 I Mrl't.' ,S. In spite of the hot weather coming going to the wrestling matches to Beth are back from a week's vacation ley Beach. See the member oft

'if !" I personnel in shop 477: on, the men are keeping.up see Nick Carter fight td ,a fin'sh.f at.Miaroi Beach ,-committee in your particular:
j J Chief W. E. Tull and R. H. Zerba the good works, of pushing, those f ,Glad to hear, Mrs. Bunn'a husband .- A c( dlng-td Eleanor! G. Adams, group' or division and get all the.

I I I Happy birthday greeting this planes out the door, Keep' it up, i0'.pttadily. Improving. I cJf', -+.tes+ogTftj>h.r )in the Interim} details, as well aa the cost ,


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I 4" lAX AIR NEWS :Make Use Of Your Idle Time I

What do do In
t t Captain Howard V. Ho kl..*. USN '
1. Commanding In C. Of Yellow Water

t.. Commander Robert P. B eM. USN

"i.I', t.. U. Comman.ler Executive J. W.! Willi.... USN Promoted To Captain 'f)

'd Public Information Offie t Advisor to Jax Ale N.wt < It's Captain Schumacher now !

Editorial Office for NATTC Section Roma 1ST and 118.Administration The well known Commander Jules Schumacher, Officer
I Building SOO-A. Tel Kit IOl.i !. of Yellow Water was reecntly commissioned a

I. i -Editor ; dating back to 20 April 1915.

,. I Arthur T. Koutaonikolla. SUNewawriter and ; He graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy at Annap

in 1927 and immediately went to sea for a period of 2
to Robert J. Wehtm, SU ; aboard the U.S.S. Arizona Since that time he has grad

;, PhotO\trILlh.\ | are official U S. Navy Photograph mad by NKS of from the Torpedo and Submarine Schools at New
Photo Lab and Av. Fund School Photo Lab unlmu otherwise credited.
London., Connecticut and fo ra
t brief span in 1931 and 1932 served
I NAVY aboard the Submarine S-31 as Tor- \
Sit ,.INY.WN/Mw R+wM wM.w. s .w+t YMMMMMMMM-M.MI Wa ship pedo, Gunnery and Diving Officer.
\' After that he went aboard the!
REVIEW U.S.S. Maryland as Asst. Damage
r" ). Control Officer and Aircraft Gun.
C. BOYER, Lt. (ChC]) nery Officer. For two years he
great campaign of our Navy served in this capacity then moving -
in the Pacific. It was slow on to NAS at Pensacola wherehe
I From the day of Pearl was the Asst. District Com-
i WtffiT TO DO! WHERE TO GO/ aid' until May 1942, when it munications Officer for the 8th
of I the Battle of Coral Sea, Naval District. Just to try everything
the I I could do little more of- out, we find him as a Sti. '
( than make forays against dent Naval Aviator in 1935. U .J
MOVIE SCHEDULE In enemy's lengthening supply graduating as an aviator he serv-
Ih the Coral Sea battle, the 1 ed with the Bombing Black Cat
(;'t, NATTC turned back a large Japan Squadron, known under .various
you landing force bound for Port I squadron numbers as years pro.
TlIl'W.IJA1"-SPOILERS OF THE NORTH with Paul Kelly and from which it planned to I grossed from 1936 to 1940. During
Evelyn Ankers. Shows at 1815 and 2015. Australia. This battle was that time, he was Communication
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-THE MACOMBER AFFAIR star- major engagement in na I Officer, Navigator Flight Officer
ring Gregory Peck and Joan Bennett. Shows at 1815 and 2015 on history in which no surface and Executive Officer of the
Friday. Shows at 1400, 1800 and 2000 on Saturday. on either side fired a single Squadron.
*>UNI> STRANGE JOURNEY with Paul Kelly and Osa Mas- at another ship. Carrier planes 1940 found him back at Pensa
Ben. Shows at 1400, 1800 and 2000 Navy Air Force did the cola NAS as O-in-C of the Power
: MONDAY AND ) CALCUTTA starring Allan Ladd and Plant Division of Ground School
l Gail Russell. Shows at 1815 and 2015. month later the Navy was and also Judge Advocate of the
N'EDNESDAY'-BELLS OF SAN ANGELO with Roy Rogers. and for the enemy force of 80 8th Naval District for General
Dale Evans. Shows at 1815 and 2015. including 4 aircraft carriers Court Martials. Late in 1940 ha
THURSDAY-FOR THE LOVE OF RUSTY featuring Ted pon- 3 battleships, which moved on reported to Corpus Christ! NAS
aldson and Ann Doran. Shows at 1815 and 2015. Island. The hard-fought I to help put that Station in Commission -
III of Midway cost the Japs { and was the fifth Officer
Yellow Water !! officers and men, 4 carriers, I to report. He organized and established -
cruisers, 4 smaller ships,, !I Instrument Flight Train
THURSDAY-NO SHOW. 275 planes Our losses totaled ing courses, and drew preliminary I Ii
FRIDAY AND -\TURIJAY-l00 MEN AND A GIRL with De- ent. the carrier Yorktown and i design for present Link Trainer :
anna Durbin and Adolph Menjou. of planes and 1 destroy- Buildings. He also served. Com
n.YSPOILERS OF THE NORTH with Paul Kelly and fert was a decisive battle. manding Officer of Main Station I
Evelyn Ankers. ed Japs could no longer threat- Field there. Transferring to the
MONDAY AND TUESDAY-THE MACOMBER AFFAIR fea- & and the Wjst Coast of USS Block Island in 1942 he was
wring; Gregory Peck and Joan Bennett.WEDNESDAYSTRANGE I United States. Though Guam Air Officer on that ship and helped -
JOURNEY starring Paul Kelly and Wake Island were still in the put her in commission Moat of
Osa 1assen.TIIl'RSDAYNO. ,, of the Japanese, other the time found him fighting Submarines
SHOW. bases were now safe. The in the cold North Atlan
ken I Navy had suffered its tic. March 1944 until June 1945 he
THINGS TO DO-ABOARD defeat in 350 years. was Executive Officer on the

August of the same year, U.SS. Salamana which fought
FLEETS IN-Open nightly 17302130. Bldg. 517. I landed :Marines and la- Japs in the Pacific area. It was
ai. Sandwiches and snacks available NATTCenter Or- troops on Guadalcanal 'during these campaigns that he
chestra featured on Monday nights. val for 3 months fought a serieS I was slightly wounded when his
; BOWLING-Six alleys in Ship's Service avail- ( I the battles in the waters ship was hit by a Kamakazi just
able to all personnel Monday through Saturday, j out I Solomon Islands. We lost a off Luzon. I
17002130. League games have priority. of ships, but as at Midway I From June 1945 to August 1946 !
t NATTO LIBRARY Located In Auditorium. ing N.flwN'o result was decisive Thr he was Commanding Officer of: .
..Open Monday, Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to up I were stopped They could no the U.S.S. Onslow. The ship and
2100. Wednesday, 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun- out I II' threaten our lines of com- i Company serviced Fleet Air Wing
day, 1230 to 2100.sJ I' who i from home to Austra 1 around Okinawa. That bringsus
I I' the rest of the Southwest up to date on Commander Schu-
macher's record, and his commandof
ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker, I
I I the aval Air Gunnery Schoolat
Physical Training Department, Bldg. 513. and through 1943 and Into I
Yellow Water.Commander .
ning the Navy and the Army, and
TENNIS-Racquets and balls available at Physical forces of both continued I Schumacher, born
: Training Bldg. 513. and to press forward August 8, 1904, at Buffalo New
the Jap. And as this team I York, is married to the former
mightier the Japanees Navy I Lois Lee Nelson of Kansas City
SWIMMING POOL No. 1-(Bldg. 518)) For Naval I. more cautious. As we ad- and is the very proud father of
Personnel with Guests. Children under 12 years i from island to island, the I twin boys-aged 4 years, and a
are not allowed in the pool unless accompanied by a the Jap fleet seemed now to be I baby girl 5 months old. Before
parent or a responsible adult. Monday thru Friday -waiting to fight us closer getting his appointment to the
1300 to 2045. Saturday 0900 to 2045. Sundays and own home islands. But in I Academy in 1923 he studied for
Holidays 1300 to 2045. of 1944 the Navy found a two years in Pre-Medical at Can-
fleet in the Philippine isus College.
? E. .
SWIMMING TOOL No. 2-Bldg.( 419)) For male ed
Naval Personnel only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to our landings on Sal- Lt. A. C. Boyer Chc.
made the
t' 1200 and 1730 to 2015. Saturday 0900 to 2045. Sunday Japanese naval ,
( and Holidays 1300 to 21>15. I feel that they must sup
I their island positions In the Assigned As New
RECEPTION: ROOM-Located in Auditorium for On 19 June, planes from I
NATTC Personnel, relatives and guests. the carriers shot down 402 Jap I Chaplain To NATTC
over Guam, and the next
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE : two fleets gained contact Lt. Arthur C Boyer, (ChC),
began the First Battle of the USN, who arrived 6 May to re !..
( Sea. We crippled the I place Chaplain Andrews as Prot-
YMIKRK TO GO ASHORE: NCCS Club at Church and Newnar for
badly, sinking 2 carriers, 2 estant Chaplain for the Naval Air
Streets. Club open daily from 1700 to 2300, Saturdays; 1200 to 2400 .
I II and one tanker, and Technical Training Center will
1000 to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturdays I
Sundays 3 carriers, one battle conduct his first religious service
I and Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. 3 cruisers! and 4 smaller ves- aboard this station at 0930 Sun
I JACKSONVILLE BEACHES-Buses leave at frequent Intervals oh Our loss was 89 planes, from day. 18 May at All Saints Protes-
_'I t 'from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sara e aa Navy). Surf bathIng our fleet was able to save tant Chapel.
:,; and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches. Bus cent of the plane crews. Chaplain Boyer, a native of
fare 25c. battle nearly finished the Philadelphia, Penna., and a graduate -
fleet, left it weak. In of Gettysburg College and
CANOEING, F1S1IINQ, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San very
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on the last big sea battle I Lutheran Theological Seminary al
It was really three Gettysburg, Penna., entered the
hour motor
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes-$1.00( per ; 'I
fought almost simultane- Naval Service the summer of 44
t boats-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat.
and his indoctrinationcourse
belle When it was over, most of completed
1 warships of the Jap at the Navy Chaplains'
p/ were either at the bottom of School at the College of Williamand
or so badly damaged they Mary WIlliamsburg Virginia.
t :J/,.J tet't AI ..S'Iir's .Sel"flice only retreat. From then on, During the war. Chaplain !1oyec-
could offer
enemy no was aligned as Chaplain of the'
resistance at sea and there- 10 Uh NCB at Tacloban Lyt I'
J LIGHT LUNCHES no effective resistance in any serving under Captain Francia Lee
I the of the island empire beyond Albert (ChO), Senior Chaplain of
The NATTCenter Ship's Service haa recently added to their the 7th Naval District who at
afternoon menu, delicious Hat Ham Sandwiches. not World War II, aa in all other that time was Senior Chaplain of 19
or j' Wars, our Navy of more the 7th Fleet. Chaplain Boyer r.
.. For Varying tastes: 3 million men and many thou also served aboard the USS Ker-
in of ships was an indispensa shaw (APA-176))
Our HAMBURGERS; are still aa large and tasty as ever. of the whole combat Previous to hid reporting aboard
i If sailors show pride, they this station, Lt. Boyer served aa
HOT h DOGS-For a quick bite I on reason for it. The Navy chaplain aboard the first of the
with the Army a long and Navys' modern repair ships, the
SOUPS-With plenty of vitamin. to record of victory. USS Vulcan. :
. "
Enjoy our facilities during your short lunch hour. The reason a gT! 1fCe's neck is so She was only a dentist's daughter t
I Is because hu head is so far ; but she went around with the '

"Galley": is I here for your convenience.( his body. I best set In town.ITrL '

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Ryan {

Pitches Another

One-Hit GameBehind TJLL1L.JI

the second successive
one-hit performance turned in by
Southpaw Al "Red:1 Ryan, the
NATTC Air Raiders downed the
Alpine Dairy Farm nine by a 3 to
1 count, when they clashed on the
NATTC field last Wednesday.

Ryan now has two victories
against no defeats, and has allowed .
only one run,in the two con 4Itt
tests. Two weeks ago, he set Cecil

Field down on one hit, while winning i ..'.h..
10 to 0. Their only hit wasa I '

grounder that hugged the foul .. ...
line into left field. Last Wednesday .

Ed Wright got the only hit, .
a single in the fifth inning to left i. .
center field, which set up the AlHlne The HaidersIN'

Dairy got their only run, THE LAYOUT ABOVE are pictured two of the action
? one, in the first of the shots taken during the Air Raiders games against Alpine Dairy
fifth.' Tate walked, and went and Cecil Field. In the top right photo: Lt. Adams shows his
around to third Wright's singlo "follow through" of his batting form (even if he did miss this
to left, then scored a moment later one). Top: Lt. Comdr. Knickelbine waits eagerly to tag a
on Morton's fly to Westerlindin potential scorer. Right: the NATTCenter Air Raiders: (left to
left field.' right) Back row-Knickelbine; McNay, R. E.; Mancos, J. R.;
The box score: Stillman, L. K.; Outcelt, D.; Cudd W. Westerlind.; K. R;
NATTC AB II 0 A LaHullier, P. E. Front row-Marinkovich, M.; Pedersen, C L.;
Mancos, es 3 0 0 2 Arnold, L. C.; Collins, J.; Ryan, A. F.; Wallace, H. E.; Swift,
L. W.
LaHullier, 3b 3 2 0 3
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Westerlind, If 3 1 1 0 "

Stillman 2b 3 0 3 4 AIR RAIDERS LOSE TWICE .
Adams rf 2 0 1 0 #
Collins, cf 3 0 3 0 I
Wallace, c 2 0 2 0 .. .. -- n
aver a disastrous trip to cner
Ryan, p 2 0 0 5 ry Point, North Carolina, in which I bine. Winning pitcher :Marasco;
- the NATTC Air Raiders droppedtwo losing pitcher-Cudd. Umpires
24 3 21 15 ball games by {).6 and 8.i I Mann and Rasolovich. Time o d i I --_ ._
counts, they will face off againstthe game-2 hours
Nolan, ss 2 0 1 3 Dublin Naval Hospital again
tonight following
yesterday's game new ookJ
Byrd, rf 3 0 1 0
whose summary was too late to McNay, ss 3 1 0 0
cf 2
Ortagus, 0 1 0
make this edition. Arnold, Ib 3 1 1 0
Gilmore If 3 0 1 0 LaHullier, 3b .4 1 0 3 SHORT SHOTSWe
Walsh, 3b 3 0 0 0 Both of NATTC's ace starters, Stillman, 2b 3 1 3 3 NATTC libraryOur
Bohn, 2b 3 0 1 2 Wild Bill Cudd and Al "Red" Ryan Wallace of 1 5 0 ",
Tate, c 2 0 ::5 0 were heavily shelled in losing the Westerlind, If 4 0 1 0 great national heroes havea wish to welcome our new
Wright Ib 2 1 1 2 two badly played contests. CUdd secure place in our history books
Collins, cf 3 1 0 0 chief, Phillip Alicki, ACOM, who
Simpson, p 1 0 1 0 went the whole seven inning route, Adams rf 3 0 0 0 and in the hearts of Am ricans. I will take over Chief Lindsey's jobas
Morton, p 1 0 0 6 I allowing nine runs on only eight Ryan, p 1 1 2 5 But who ever heard of Christopher administrative chief Leading
hits. Two costly 'rrors-one by; Ludwiclc baker who
a Philadelphia
Outcelt chief to
p 1 0 0 0 you-all.
22 1 18 13 I Cudd-started a two run rally in persuaded the Hessians to desert .
the fifth, and then the Pointers their British employers, or of David -
Runs-Mancos, Lallullier, Wes managed four more runs in the 29 7 18 11 Bushnell, inventor of a primitive The results of inspections otShip's
terlind, Tate. Errors-Ortagus. sixth on just two hits, to clinch 0 A submarine which looked likea Company and Students have
Gilmore, Walsh, Bohn, Tate. Two- the ball game. The Air Raiders Holloway, 3b 4 1 1 2 round clam and which was the been very satisfactory and Lt. Sut-
Ellis cf
base hit-LaHullier. Bases on balls had held the lead at two different of 1 2 0 unsung "secret weapon" of the ton commends the men on the general -
Bernard rf 4
off Ryan 3 in 7 innings; off Simp- times, but blew it each time. 2 0 Revolutionary War? What men in good appearance. However
3 1
6 0
eon 1 in 3 innings; off Morton none there c the haven't improvements can be made on the
Tuesday, were many factors Green, Ib 3 2 6 1 any branch of service
daily shoe shines of all hands.
in 3. Struck out by Ryan 2; Morton in the Air Raider defeat. Mix I Straus, fa 3 1 2 2 discussed the happy possibility of After six long in the
4 in 3 innings. Innings pitchedby together seven errors afield, a I Ring, 2b 3 0 1 2 a female soldier or sailor, yet who ice, Bashful Hallman years has serv-
Ryan 7; Simpson 3; Morton 3. very strong wind blowing in from Kirby, If 3 0 1 0 knows that America actually hada found out how to finally
Earned runs off Ryan none; off right field making it doubly hardto Hallet, p 3 1 0 3 female soldier? These lost peopleof woman in Jacksonvile.get along All he with needed a
Simpson none; off Morton, none. judge fly balls, and an infield American history, and many
- was SKi and
Lapham. Bless theirrrotherly
Wild pitch-Ryan. Winning pitcher that was soft from the sand on it, 30 8 21 10 others, are brought to life againin souls!

Ryan; Losing pitcher Simpson. and you have pretty well, the Air Runs-McNay 2, Collins, Adams, Stewart Holbrook's LOST :MEN P5 *
Umpires-Williams and Eppert. Raider troubles. OF AMERICAN HISTORY.A .
Holloway Ellis Bernard Green 2
Time B. J. Crenshaw has returned
of game-1:40.: TJATTP' sfart- *d thp sprnnd: VAmp- Straus 2, Ring. Errors-McNay 4, new biography, NOT SO from
Coming from behind in a photo off with two line siniln"'d an Arnold, Stillman, Wallace, Ryan, WILD A DREAM by Eric Seva- He will a take 17-day where emergency he leave.
finish, the NATTC Air Raiders error, good for one run. They held Green, Straus, Ring. Two-base reid, is the personal story of a with class 34 up in Bombs and off,
toppled the Cecil Field nine on the this slim lead until the last of the hits-Ellis. Three-base hits- brilliant and famous young Amer- Fuses.
NATTC field last Friday for the fourth, when Cherry Point sand- Straus. Home runs-McNay, Ber ican newspaperman. It is composedof t
third straight time with a two run wiched in two runs on two hits, nard. Double plays-LaHullier to his experiences as a young man The TOA Softball team, under
outburst in the last of the seventh an error and a fielder's choice. Arnold. Struck out by Ryan :5 2.3; on the prairies of North Dakotaat the management of Bass, has been
and final inning, winning 2 The worst was to come, however, Outcelt 11.3; Hallet 1, Earned the beginning of the depres- practicing successfully for the past
to 1. Three timely hits by Adams, and it did in the next inning. Com runs off Ryan none; off Outcelt, sion, of his beginnings as a news- week. All positions are still openso
Mancos, and the clincher by Duke bined with just three hits and four none; off Hallet 2. Opponents hits paperman learning the truth about that everyone will have a
LaHullier, won the ball game. errors, Cherry Point tallied six of Ryan 3, off Outcelt 4, off Hal- politics and business and ends chance. So why don't all hands
Dale Outcelt went all the way runs, shelling Red Ryan from the let 7. Winning pitcher-Hallett. with accounts of his strange and that are interested turn out. We've
In the seven Inning outing, and allowed hill. Outcelt took over to retire Losing pitcher---Ryan. Umpires- grim adventures as a CBS foreign been having a good time; even the
only three hits for his sec- the side. The Air Rairders did Mann and Rasolovich. Time of correspondent in all parts of the instructors!
ond victory. But for the second Inning threaten in the last of the seventh game-1:50.: globe. It reflects all the "ambi .
he was never in hot water. inning bunching four hits and an I tions and ideals, the hopes and What has O'Neal got that all the

NATTC AB XI O A error for three runs, and the bases Wife (Ito husband reading) : "I defeats of his entire generation." women swoon over? Hmmmm? ?
were loaded when Westerlind flied Having committed homicide and e .
Mancos, ss 4 2 0 3 want to do some shopping today if
mold, Ib 3 1 8 0 out to center field to end the rally. the weather permits. What does adultery, which his native Virginia We wonder why Ramsey is stay

Hullier, 2b 3 1 0 3 Box scores: the paper forecast say?" considered just one crime too many, ing aboard week-ends. Is it because -
illman, 2b 3 1 1 3 NATTC AB H 0 A Husband: "Rain, hail, sleet, Mordaunt Fitzmaurice Godolphinwas he wants to become a pool
Knickelbine, c 3 0 9 0 :McNay, ss 4 0 0 0 snow, thunder, lightning and fierce' persuaded to head for the unclaimed shark or did someone influence his
Westerlind, If 3 1 1 0 Arold, Ib 3 0 6 0 winds." wilds of Mississippi. "THE decision?
Collins, cf 3 1 1 0 LaHullier, 3b 4 2 0 0Stillman ... WILD YAZZOO, by John Myers, is .
Adams, rf 3 1 1 0 I 2b of 2 lS 3Knickelblne Daffy Definitions: good reading, combining historical Stephenson is not only a popular -
'Wallace 0 0 0 0 c 2 1 lS 0 North Africa Texas with authenticity with a highly colored instructor in TOA, but is alsoa
Outcelt, p :2 0 0 1 I Westerlind; 11 4 0 2 0 Arabs. presentation of characters and incidents popular USO Canteen Casanova.
- Collins, cf 4 1 0 0 Radio Commentators pause in the spirit of old :Mis- Especially with that striped sweat.
26 8 21 16 Adams, rf '3 1 0 0 that depresses. sissippi-a place to "hunt b'ars, er.
Ran for Adams In 7th. Cudd, p 3 1 0 1 Navy Bunk-A bookshelf with love girls, drink whiskey, raise .
- mattress. brats, start cities, cuss the heat." You've got to watch those. buf

CECIL FIELD AB H O A 31 8 18 10 If you like short stories try fers, Luke, they'll throw you ev-
Wolls, 2b 4 0 2 2 CHERRY POINT AB 11 0 A Love makes the world go roundso TALES OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC ery time. I guess it's because they
Leightel, If 3 0 2 0Perilf Holloway, 3b 4 0 0 2 does a good swallow of tobacco by James A. Michener a weren't made for tables.
c 2 0 4 0 Verbanic, 3b 0 0) 0 0 juice. young naval officer whose dutieson *
CrapehWr, If 3 0 1 0 Ellis, cf 4 1 1 0 I I an Admiral's staff took him up Say, Brown, maybe that softball .
Heagerty, Ib 2 1 9 0 Bernard If 2 1 1 0 My dentist only charged $1 for and down the islands. He would on the back of the head will
Carmichael, ss 3 1 1 0Secamond Davis, rf 3 2 1 0 the work he did on my teeth. I'I'"That's really like to tell about the :South! make you keep your influencing
rf 2 0 1 0 Green, Ib 3 2 lS 2 kinds cheap, ain't it? Pacific, but people always get in chatter from rattling the umpire
Laubaher, rf 0 0 0Angelucci Straus, sa 2 1 1 2 "Yeah, he said I had buck teeth."j his way-the old Tonkmese woman 5.5

3b 1 0) 1 4 Ring, 2b 2 0 2 3 who sold human heads for Why is it everyone is shying Fil- ...
Spencer, p 3 1 0 5 Cox, c 2 0 8 0 souvenirs, or the Remittance Man lenworth? Could it be because he ,
- Wells, c 1 0 2 0 NOTICE who lived among the Japs radioing is allergic to convertibles? Especially
24 3 21 11 Marasco, p 3 1 0 8 their movements until one certain the ones with beautiful girlsin
Runa-Mancos, Wallace, Heap- - Friday morning, or Lt. Bill Harbison who them?
rty Two-base hits-Mancos, Col 26 8 21 17 I Jived like a hero but turned out to .
lins. Double plays-Stillman to Runs-Arnold, Stillman, Knick PASTRY SALE I be a louse. I Abbie Bryant has shifted Lena

Arnold. Bases on balls off Outcelt elbine, Collins, Adams, Cudd, Hol- PIES CAKES COOKIES i I the Hyena to second place now
4; off Spencer 2. Struck out by loway, Ellis 2, Bernard 3, Davis, I An Idaho potato married a Long that he is making out in Jackson.
Outcelt 6; by Spencer 2. Earned Wells, Marasco. Errors-McNay, Sponsored by Island potato and had a little sweet I ville. His "passion flowers" are
runs off Outcelt none, off Spencer Cudd, Holloway, Ellis, Green, Ma potato. When the sweet potato I really darlings except for the girl
2. Opponents hits off Outcelt rasco. Three-base hits. Collinn. NAVY WIVES CLUB grew up she told her parents that I with one. eye, the hare-lipped one,
3; off Spencer 8. Balks-Outcelt. Double plays--Stillman to Arnold; atDEI'FxNDENTS she wanted to marry Walter Win- I and the one that looks both ways
Passed balls Knickelbine, Periff. Holloway to Ring to Green. Struck LOUNGE hell.. "Oh, N.... you can't" said her : at the same time. Do you readers
Winning pitcher-Outcelt; Losing out by Cudd 5 by Marasco 8. Earned NATTC 8III1M8 HKIIVICE parents. "Why" asked the little think we're kidding? Oh, no! In
pitcherSpencer, Umpires-Williams runs off Cw'd }, off :Maraaco 0900 .- 1200 sweet potato, "He's only a commentator fact, if they didn't have .an adama-
and Eppert. Time of game- none. Wild j.ltchers-i-: Cudd Marasco. ," replied her parents. apple, they wouldn't have bad
2 hours. Passed balls--" ox, Knickel (Head it again. You'll get it.) a shape at all.

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,. fliers In 1-1 I LOOP LOADERS:
7th N. D. Golf r,

11 Inning Tie k- -4 Tourney BeginsAt

With G. C. BulletsMake Local Links IP

Comeback After a a At Least 8 TeamsTo

Bowing To N. C. State ; :i : I1: Vie For Title

At Raleigh SaturdayBy :, t Here This Morning

DOUG CROCKET, Ste Action got underway this

After bowing to a superior : morning in the First Annual

North Carolina State College Seventh Naval District Golt"r"'r

nine last week, the NAS Fliers t S Championships which are be- ;f.tJ| "

came right back on Tuesday M ; t .y a f : ing held at the local links today t! '
to play the best brand of
4 Friday, and Saturday.Eight .
ball they've displayed all sea- S. : different teams were

son against Green Cove : slated to see action this morning:
with the team championship to be
Springs but could only gain a .
tie. The Green Cove I r determined today. The outfit with s(:
1-1 game the lowest total will receive the- -- '

went 11 innings before Umpire I 'Li tl < team trophy and the prized Com-

Carr called the game on k. mandant's Trophy, symbolic of

account of darkness. District supremacy.: The winning
foursome will keep the team trophy -
Heroes for the game Included but only hold the Command-

Hank LaCotta NAS hurler, who TilE I"LASIIA&R softball team which is leading the American League with a record of six ant's Trophy in custody until next
whiffed 18 men throughout the wins against no losses is the only undefeated outfit in that circuit. Pictured above are 12 of the 15 year's tournament. It must be
__ contest and only gave up four hits members who comprise this fast-stepping, highly-touted diamond nine. They are front row, left to three years In a row by a team to

Whitey Skoog, Green Cove twirler right Pertuit outfield; Nuzzolo, shortstop; Pendergrass pitcher; Luquette, third; and Vanderwyst keep permanent possession of it.
who was only touched for five catcher. Back row left to right Edward Heft team captain; Halter catcher; Nlcgorski, first; Sala- Match Play Today

1 NAS bingles and Bert Beebe ace mone center field; Moriva, left field; Palumbo second; and Lent, first. Not present when the photo This afternoon, match play will
NAS centerfielder who slapped a I was taken were Ensign second; Oliveri right field; and Thoin, second. The team is not only the top start with the lowest scoring 32
415-foot homer to deep right In the outfit in the American loop but one of the best in the entire Intra-murals. They meet VSB on diamondNo. golfers taking part. Friday morn-
\ second frame to tie the game. I 2 at 1630 tomorrow. ing there will only be 16 linksmen

The Green Covers grabbed a ___uu ___ left and Saturday morning there
t quick lead in the first when Pete will be four semi-finalists in the
r Herrada smacked a single to cen- I A & R Personnel Softball Squad Fulfills xunning. The two winners In the

ter. Succi sacrificed and was morning will vie for the cham-

thrown out at first by Jack Seid- I pionship in the afternoon and the
.; witz. Herrada increased his speed Predictions By Leading American League two morning losers will clash for
-- and headed for third and Seidwitz ;I consolation honors. The winner

hustled back to make the putout.But By BILL KEIIL; S2c I will receive a handsome trophy

first baseman T. S. Ary gave Before the major league baseball as will the runner-up and consola-
Skeetmen Nosed CPO CLUB
\ Jack too much lead and the pellet season got underway, the sports PULLS II tion placee.
The divot-digger who cards the
sailed into the stands scoring Her- dopesters were" picking the Red
I'e':. rada. Out Of First By Sox and the Cardinals to repeatas i UPSET BY WIN lowest score this morning will be
the medalist of the tournamentand
In the second Bert Beebe led | winners in their
L respective he, too will receive a silver I
I off the inning and caught one of j Pensacola SquadWith loops the same as they did last OVER NATS, 9-0 : placque.

Skoog's fast balls right on the | season.It I : To
I it out to two of its crack skeeters Only one real upset was pulled Champ Play
, nose driving deep right so happens that sports followers Chief Joseph C. MacDonald
missing from the roster the NAS in the Mainside Intramural i
1- for the game's only round-tripper. here at NAS Jax were also softball winner of the first nation-wide In- ,
I Jax Skeet team still put up a good loops last week when the
s From here on in, both clubs played doing their picking but in this terservice Invitational Golf Tour-
fight for the number one spot in Club, behind the brilliant hurling
i* tight defensive ball and the game case it to who would win
was see I nament held in Augusta, Ga., recently -
I the six-team shoot held at Whiting of Chief Henry Crews, dropped the h
went Into extra innings.l '
the American League title in the will be a member of the
Field last But their efforts I
Friday. previously undefeated NATS nine
The Skoog a bad : intra-mural station softball cir- I | is entered
Arymen gave I team which being by
were in vain as they fell 90. Crews twirled a one-hit job in
time In the sixth however, when I cuit. Most of the so-called experts NAS Banana River. :MacDonald is
seven shy of the winning mark : turning in one of the best mound I
loaded the bases with outs. were the A&R diamond and of his
l they no picking a former NASite. one
rung up by Pensacola's "A" outfit performances of the season. .
But two runners were caught at nine to cop the flag and time Is I team partners will be Lt. William
Pensacola busted a total of 458 A&R remained on top in the
the and saved. them too for the l who the medalist ot
plate Whitey was proving correct Herider was
I clay discs out of a posible 500 from American League by dropping the I
The locals threatened again in the air, while the local skeeters A&Rers are really rolling along | Marines and Supply diamond out- the recent Officer's Tourney. I
the seventh, but a fast double play far ahead of the rest of the out- Each Team Has Four
dropped 451 out of 500 for the run- fits without too much trouble. I I i p
, pulled the Bullets out of another ner-up position. Behind the lead fits entered in the American loop. A couple of high-scoring games ; There are eight teams entered :
t hole. ers were Whiting Field 442; Cecil After dropping a couple of preseason -; in the officers' loop took care of so far but there are several other

In the meantime, Hank Lacotta Field. 429; Sauffley Field 422, and tilts the flashy A&R nine most of the action in that circuit commands which had not sent
had things much his own way as Pensacola "B", 406. Two other caught their stride and to date it Monday. Student Pilots won a their entries in by press time yes-
i has been on the long end of the from 7th Naval terday. Three or four other out-
he fanned 18 batters. He issued but i outfits NAS Banana River and free-hitting game
two walks and struck out the side i iI MIn Corpus Christi, were unable to take count six times. As yet their loss District, 1514. Last Friday Ad- fits are expected to be entered by
, It I column has not been blemished, vanced lost thriller the time play begins.A .
the sixth, and whiffed at least part. Training a to
l I and each member of this scrappingteam list of the entries is published
the Student Pilots 18.16 in
one victim in every inning. The two team members unabl same ,
t | plans to keep it this way. below under team names.
'I a disputed game.Schedules
He was in trouble only in the to take part were Lt. Paul King The team has JAXLt.
come a long way of action and NAS
}'t seventh and eighth when the Bullets and Lt. Fred Woods. Taking their today I
I since those first few practices en- tomorrow in the enlisted men's Comdr. John If. larrobin
P had a man on second with respective positions were Captain counters and, under the directionof I circuit follows Barney Gallaeer Sic
\ only one out but he struck out George C. Miller and Chief H. C. their team captain, Ed Heft the i NATIONAL: LEAGUEToday Chief Livingston Joe SweeneyArt AMMtrAlternate I
the next two batters on both occa Holmes. Captain Miller fared very
squad has made a name for itselfas I ( ) -Km.: Ed TitghmanBANANA
sions. well" in the match as he dropped
one of the best hustling teams : VARTL vi Fire Department RIVER
Fliers 3; N. C. State 15 25 straight birds from the air one of his 100 shots. I Flat Unit vs Plant DIT. Chief Joe MacDonald
The NAS team met defeat for league.It fell nab 'U T-7 Dir. Lt. Tom Keller
Tied for honors of the day
the third time this season when top hasn't been all roses for Heft, Metal Div TI Boat Hou Lt. William HeriderAlternateEm.

I they were soundly thrashed by the was Lt.Lt. Paul Bill Kelley Demster of Pensacolaand Sauffley either this season, for just last I AIERlCI.EAGL"E II. Hacked
I North Carolina State Wolfpack week he lost husky Paul Bentonvia I (Friday) CNADTRA
Field who each recorded 97 hits .
William Gent..erC..mdr.
A&R Personnel 1'SliInspection Captain
15-3, at Devereaux Meadows Ral- the transfer route. Then little vs Ray Pflum
out of a possible 100.
Depl. Operation
eigh, N. C., last Saturday. While Team Captain Lt. (jg) F. E. Neil Ensign went to the Hospitalfor Parachute Loft *.vi MarinaMainaide Comdr. Robert Writhe
the collegians were banging out an operation, and Clyde Thoin, Prrxinnrl *, VOS William Scott EMIcAlternateComdr.
Field led the Jax outfit in scor- Khodman McKtrj
.f 15 hits from the combined efforts another keystone sacker, went on Hospital v. SupplyMEET
ing by carding a 94. Captain Mil- NATTC
Y ; of Hank Lacotta and Johnny Sheffield leave.
ler and Chief I. J. Franzblau tied Chief W. C. Sea Through
e' the locals were not slashingthe with 93. Chief Dominic Galltano Heft's hustlers have a strong THE FLIERS Lt. A. E. Gu taf on.
pellet with their usual conK eta II. W. Kudarille
outfield In Salamone Moriva and
I banged out an 89 and Chief M/SH. J. S. Allifl
# sistency. Holmes tallied an 82. Oliveri; his defensive machine in Alternate-Lt. (jf) E. G. Johnaon
:? { In fact, Doug Page ace" right- the infield is at short and third HOSPITAL
'f I hander for Wolfpack' had a no- where Nuzzolo and Luquette have \ Captain Robert M. (..illett.I.t. .
t !* hitter until there were two men SWOOOSIIU!! one of the smoothest-fielding combinations Oil Carl Truter
'*. gone in the first of the eighth. It in the junior circuit. The Comdr.. tiff>f.John P. U Maitermm..llen.erLt.

was at this point that Bill Cram outfit is also known for its alert- STAFF .

blasted a single to right to bream ness on the base paths. I D. R. Smith VJcl.t.

", the spell. In the ninth, Jack Seirl- Two men who have helped the Comdr. KOCH KMIc Odi.rn

witz singled to right for the onK 1: team immensely are Lt. Robert L Ott Lt. Comdr.Pippin W. K. Heanley

other NAS bangle (fanand Lt. (Ijg) W. R. Spahr Alternate Chief W. 11.illI.
The Fliers drew first blood m th.' These two officers have backed the CECIL; FIELD
first when Dick Allen reached firston 1.1. Jack Jone
A&R outfit from the embryo stage Comdr. Fred Brunt
'I' ,;' an error and went to second ajt '" it.- present standing. Ll. it> Wilbur Stalling
jt Crane walked. Bob Beaudreau" I Lt. I JI'' t hnrlen llumptirie
mound and Page threw to first. T Seek Players For r. I .-.
the amazement of the "t
i, Wolfpack Is There A Handball
j Allen rounded third and slid hunt Station Colored
'? In a cloud of dust for the first tally Player In The House?
o of the game. Baseball Nine

The red and white nine got it bark i // you like plenty of action* contact -
In their half of the first however, AU colored naval personnel of Lt. Comdr. Gerald E. 'Holland -
when Hank Lacotta walked four '\ AS who are interested in base- of the Staff Legal Office at

t men in a row. Johnny Sheffield [replaced : oall are asked to report for try fjct. SZOS. No, he's not going to
iuta at the Mat area diamond any to Portsmouth, he's '
Lacotta and was greet.-\\ g. -i/iip 'I/OM off ,.
with a single. Then when the FILers tow from 1400 to 1600 daily a) / hitmlball" enthusiast who Tina

were uncorking a fast doubt hat a team can be formed. '" n nt' play; the Wolfpack tallied again The team will carry the sane .v A.i who/ knows how to play tho
i which held the col- was by
'.. From then on. the game was a Same.
red football and basketball out
> Lt. Comdr. Holland would- like
joke as the N. C. Staters score! I
four times In the second twice In H, NAS Tigers. anyone who has played the four- .

the third twice In the fourth, ad"l led Already several games' have NANCY-FIELDINO' seoonJ, /wall variety of handball to get in '

two more In the fifth, and tallied K'en scheduled with some of th. baseman for the NAS Fliers 14 touch with him for a fiame. But

one in the sixth. : ONE OF THE I'HINt II'.\L :leading Negro colleges and universities Ed Juyton, a native ot" Hop- oh yes, you hail better know aowfithinrr -
The Fliers broke into the scoring ,, factors, tti Bobby Raditi triumph of Florida and nearby states :j wood 1>a. Guyton is currently about tt or you're liable to

column in the eighth when m the NAS Station Tennis Included are Florida Normal Edward hitting at a .265; pace but his I I go home with a bruised leilI "

Ary reached first on the first- Singles Tournament last week Waters College Bethune- fielding is his strong point. Heis black rye, or what have you. When
baseman's error and stole secondHe was his lightning-like serves Cookman and Florida A&M. possessed' of a whip-like that little! black pill careens off Otis
scored when Crane got the first' which often sent his opponent Tom White who starred for the throw and covers a lot of of the four walt with bullet-liko

., Flier hit. The Fliers scored their scurrying off to pick up the local colored eleven and cage! five, ground around the keystone Wed well, YEEOOOWWH
last run In the ninth when WaUy little white pill. Radin Is shown has been appointed coach of the sack. In additions is a good I.

Hages walked and, after; Seidwita above starting one of his *izzlinj squad and is leading his dozen or pivot man and has participated Babe Ruth once hit a home run
had singled nun to third, scored! drives. (Note his stance, so charges through their paces daily in nine double pays> lhvs far at Detroit that traveled well over

en an error. I you amateurs!) I \ at the Mat this season. 600 feet


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