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. 'M .5 No. 12E .. 19 June 1947

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


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Service Summer Sale CNO Outlines Fulure

.. x Of NAS Jocsonville! ,

Station To De Maintained In Full

Operational Status, Including A & n

With naval stations being closed down in all parts of

the country because of budgetary reductions in naval appro-

priations, assurances of NAS Jacksonville's permanency was
1 received here last week from the Chief of Naval Operations.

I I In a letter addressed jointly to the Chief of the Bureauof

Aeronautics, the Chief of Naval Air Training, the Chief

of Naval Air Advanced Training,

Chief Powell Takes and the Commanding Officer of
NAS Jax. the CNO outlined the
i future status and mission of the
i First Place HonorsI Naval Air Station here.

According to the directive, NAB
1 i, e sRM I I Archery Tourney Jacksonville will be maintained in
a full operational status-a cpndi-
i Shooting with unerring accuracy tion
requiring facilities and personnel r
Chief Ruben Powell copped I adequate to support planned -
first place in the NAS Archery
I operations which will utilize
I Club Clout Shoot and the Double than
more half the existing -
American Round which were of the station.
staged at Mainslde last Sunday under -;
I the direction of Field Captain "The primary mission of subject
I station will be to provide facilities
Ernest LeBaron, former state archery -
and support for the advanced
i i champion. I
flight training of naval aviators as
Chief Powell took the lead with
I by Chief of Naval Air
i two golds out of his first six ar- I and
I Training for a Class "A" Air
I rows in the Clout Shoot on the craft and
Assembly Repair estab
150-yatd range and held the ead lishment," the directive stated.
throughout the afternoon of shoot-
I mg. In the first American Round, I As a secondary mission tha
.. : station will
provide facilities and
I he ran up a score of 114 with hi"
first thirty arrows at sixty yards I support for the following actlvtI -
When the new Ship asi ,w.f lrr I LBA'Ti gain i Center left i The and continued to make almost ev- I ties:

S e r v I ce Merchandise store is jam-packed ery arrow count on the fifty and (ta) Headquarters Commandant
Store, topside of the (Center right View of I forty-yard ranges as he rang up I Seventh Naval District.
K + I a point total of 361 with the remaining -I (b) Headquarters Chief of NaI :
v 7
the ,
Recreation Build new candy cigar-
ing | ninety arrows of the first I val Air Advanced Training.
opened its doors at 0930 ette, notion and toilet round. j (c) Naval Air Technical Tram-

Monday, people pouredin goods store on main His ability in the second American ing Center and component activities
like flood waters deck. (Bottom) The Round was just as outstanding ,, .
bursting their dikes. Uniform Shop cornerof I and he won with a total score Unit.(d) Naval Air Reserve Trailing[
Hof 632. I
(Top left) The crowd the MerchandiseStore I George Seamans placed second (e) Naval Air Transport Serv.. i
surges through the all spit and span ice detachment
in both the Clout Shoot and American f
door. (Top right> before the mad rush I Rounds. He chalked up a total (f) Assigned Fleet Units.
Looking over a bar- started. of 87 points in the Clout Shoot It was pointed out that the allowance -
I and a total of 622 in the Double of station naval person-
American Rounds to cop the run- I nel will be kept to the minimum
Captain Shaar Replaces Captain ner-up spots in both classes. which wouud permit the efficient
performance of
I Not far behind Seamans in the the assigned mission -
and that in the
interest of
(Continued on Page :2>II

Gillett As C. O. Of f Naval HospitalCaptain I I || conserving personnel naval will manpower be used, civilian to-

Lt. R. L. Murphy New maintain the station in a full operating
status. The use of civilians
Camille M. Shaar as- would, of be
course, governed by
sumed the duties of Commanding pitals here and at Long Beach, I Protestant Chaplain currently assigned civilian
_ Officer of the Naval Hospital here I the energetic captain has served as Yard Craft Division sonnel ceilings. per-

T. last Monday, succeeding* Captain Chief of Surgt ry In five other nav- Reports For DutyNAS .
Robert M. Gillett, who was assigned Moved To Aviation
. to the Naval Hospital at Oak I al hospitals during his Navy career Jacksonville welcomed a RAPID PROGRESS IS

+ i, o.Cat, as Executive Officer. including th Marine Hospitalin Training Department new Protestant chaplain aboard REPORTED BY HOBBY
/,: ''Captain Shaar comes to the stag Santa Domingo, the Chelsea last week when Lt. R. L. Murphy i I

..Uon from Long Beach after two Naval Hospital in Boston, Mass., i The Yard Craft Division formerly reported here for duty as eventual ,'SHOP'S PHOTO LAB .
: _years 'commanding the hospital relief for Chaplain W. R. S-ev--
the at Pensacola the Naval
Hospital -
-)0:; 'Jhati13eyfilted the post of Med- under the supervision of the enson. i Rapid progress has been report.
';\r..' ;ka1 : t1' rIn, addition to that of Hospital in Manila, and in the I Yard Department, was transferred The new chaplain came to N"AS i ed by the new Photo Lab of the
r',,-- At ,;3eide.s xoi'nmandins: v the Hos- served as Executive Officer at Bainbridge Md., where he had direction of Darwin Eshehnan, Sic
.r I ... ,. I- L ? ,, Department as a division under been attached to the hospital. His The membership is growing in
_i. )>.*& Philadelphia Naval Hospital. the Operations Officer, it was an- home town is Spartanburg, S. C. leaps and bounds despite the fact
rT'neQpensf' The new Commanding Officer nounced in Station Order 46-47 Chaplain MUrpHY entered the I that formal opening of the Hobby
has seen duty aboard the USS Now known as the Station Boat Navy's Chaplain Corps as a lieutenant Shop is still some time away.
::1"rt1 GQlq..i Open Mercy in the Atlantic Fleet the Facility of the Aviation Training junior grade on 1 November A large supply of photographic
USS Relief in the Pacific Fleet, Department, the whole division 1913 and received his present equipment has been received, including -
House" the USS Augusta in the Asiatic Including personnel, boats, equip- rank of lieutenant on 1 March an Omega enlarger com-
Sun Iqy'More theater, and aboard the famous ment, and funds has been turned i 1945 He has been statiened at I plete with all accessories. In addition
than 300 pesopa3ttended Lexington. over to the Unit. Seattle, Wash.. and Hawaii serv- orders have been placed for
to;. the "Open House" hCld"b",', the Captain Gillett left the Station The Station Order also pointedout ing in the Pacific area on APA I four different types of Universal
Navy Wives Club Nursery last Tuesday after serving here sincea that the Yard Craft Officer 234 While on this ship he participated cameras with all attachments.
Sunday to observe the reopening little more than one year. Before I becomes the Officer-in-Charge of I in the Battle of Iwo Jima I Meetings are being held Friday
of the facility after a month-long 'reporting here, hb was assigned to the Facility responsible to the Op ''I Chaplain Stevenson is expected)I evenings at 1900 in Room. 5, Bldff
shutdown. the Bureau of Medicine and Surg- I erations Officer. to be separated some time in July. 913.
Visitors were served tea and ery in Washington, D. C. ----- -

cookies and were later taken on The retiring C O succeeded Navy Will Conduct Wage Survey
an inspection tour of the Nursery's Captain Clarence J. Brown in May
facilities. They were also Intro-, 1946, when the latter was order- II
duced to the eight-woman staff ed to St. Albans Naval Hospital

which Mrs.includes C. George two registerednurses and Miss St Albans, Queens New York. Im Local Labor Market ,area .

Edna Williams and six teachers, Weekly A survey "0f prevailing wage ----- -----
. Mrs Margaret Trouland child The wage survey has been ord- meats will be checked in the forthcoming :
rates will be conducted in the
psychologist, Mrs Billy Bedard, Baseball Schedule \ ered to find out to what extent survey which will be confined -
.TtMrs. Billy Hicks. Mrs Dixie Bo- Jacksonville area to determine wage adjustments in naval activities to this locality The immediate
,, cannon! Miss Mary Ann Daugh- Today whether wages paid Navy civil are justified. It was delayed adjacent labor market areais
erty Miss Lillian Borders, and Ft. J.1ck..on-lUa'ion Field ian employees parallel those of until now to permit the pattern considered to be the area surrounding
Mrs. Norm Roberts (Start at 1630)) workers In private industry, it was of indusrial wage adjustments in : the Naval Air Station
The Nursery established last ); 1917 to crystallize. within which employees could
_bruary was closed for a month announced yesterday. This area study will be strictly change employers without necessarily
switch over from a 26-hour MoPherson-Maon Held The survey is being undertakenin fact-finding in nature and has no changing their place of res.
Meek to a 17-hour day, six days a (Start at 1630)Saturday areas adjacent to all naval activities connection with any pending Federal idence
week. Operating hours are now in the United States and legislation. It is being con- The Area Wage and Classification
from 0700 until midnight on week- Ft. McPherson-Mason FIMJ Hawaii by direction of SecNav ducted in accordance with an 1862 Office here will analyze the<
days and from 0800 Saturday till (Start! at 1400)Tuesday James Forrestal, it was revealed.A. Act of Congress which providesthat data obtained in the investigation .
0100 Sunday morning O Anderson, Civilian Per- rate of wages of the It will then be forwarded to the. .
Retired and active naval personnel sonnel Officer, has been appointedby employees in the Navy yards shall ; Navy Deparment for review and .
having children from three Ce U Field at Cecil Field Comdr. Paul E. Emrick. acting conform, as nearly as is consistent -: recommendations.Final .

weeks to seven years of age may Wednesday Commanding Officer, to serve as with public interest with those decision as to whether 1
place them In the Nursery for care Cecil Field at; Cecil Field the representative of NAS Jacksonville of private establishments in the I wages should be increased or decreased .
l luring the abov -li"t d hours at a *Denot will be made by Secretary
oml nal r&t" wilt function in this area Union and non-union establish ForrestB1i


Two JAX AIR NEWS 19 June 1947

Library Moves To Make Room 1- t'

1I' gatsicne.11eiMpe

a aN. For New Ship. 's Service Store I' a 11__'. .("'

.: ... ::.._ .
--- -- -- -- --- ;J.
The Station Library probablyone In order to provide room for I ..................- '
of the most popular spots' at.I the expansion: of the new Ship's' I :: =:::== ..- .
SAS Jacksonville, moved to a new Service Uniform Shop and Merchandise -

location last week. I' Store the Library was .

,- I j shifted to the west end of the sec -
ond deck in the Recreation Building I' .
:'nu"_ .
H"' '' ''<' Although the move actually ,

'1 involved travelling only a few feet c.tlltral f lath.,
I '
new arrangement makes It
., .. ; '
i: :)f.;": ':.v'1: "''' ----- : necessary for library patrons to I .

". use the building's west entrance r.1.
\*' Tin; :MOVE of theMiinaide !
se ."" -- : and
ladder. The space now occupied .... )...w .
Ship's Service merchandise by the Library was formerly' M a 1M... -e r....JMo 1 t-

'More to the space oc- used by Ship's Service as a main ,......y,-
the Station J
tupic-0 Library office. This office recently vacated
the Library shifted to the west i that portion-of the Recreation ... I
end of the second deck of the
"t Building when they moved into IMaitt1.tats
Ile 'reation\ A general .ra
( Building
view of the main reading room {: .iJj" new quarters in the north wing .'.-..,'--.......- ,
topside rear, of Bldg 930.
looking toward the desk is < While the Library is completely -,.
shown above There are plenty U n a,+ set as it before .
up was with a Svpplttd by c..
(>f lounge chairs for comfortable
main reading room and separate CERTIFICATE OF DISCHARGE
leading ses$ions. In the photo at .
c room, it was understoodthat
Under Honorable Conditions
gyp.Officers' at
sailors browse ,
right, through i its location
present is
only a
their favorite periodicals in the v temporary one. Plans are being top is being replaced by the sew i

magazine reading room. Despite made for the Station Post Officeto 'General Discharge' shown
the hot weather the librarian
r shift to Bldg. 920. and when this
repeats ahat Ivrge crowds stiltflock a r move is completed the Library will
to the Libra. especiallyluring take over the Post Office Building Discharge Papers I ,
lunch time and to F
prior This change will not take
the late movie place for several months according I Bear New Design |

-- -- : to present plans however .
Full AINav Announces New If this switch does go through, : (SEA)Enlisted discharge certificates -

Hospital the Library will have its own build- of a new design are ,replacing
ing which will be completely remodeled -i the old types on 1 July
Dress UniformsOut Terms Of EnlistmentMen to accommodate a modern -
1947. On that date all Navy ships
up-to-date library. In addi-
Chatter For 2 YearsSEA enlisting or reenlisting in tion, readers will be able to browse and ance stations of discharge will resume certificates the i lssil-and ,

the Regular Navy: within three through the books without the disturbance -
I honorable discharge buttons to
( ) Naval officers wonthave I of
people the
using reading -
months of their from
discharge! personnel released on board for the
> full : rooms as .
about dress and
to r pUMgeWa's.It
; worry the or within three of immediate' reenlistment -
hands with to take this opportunity Regular Navy was pointed out the I purpose
until at least 1 Oct Library
to welcome aboard our dress uniforms I II months of the date of their first would still be located in the heart .

new Commanding Officer Captain 194.9.A separation as a USNR or USN-I of Mainside if it were moved to the Alnav 125-47 which announf'dthe
C. M. Shaar. Captain Shaar comet; i I nt'dirf'div says there is as after active service in World WarII Post Office Building. change said that retroactive issuances :
to us from U,S,N,H", Long Beach, jet no crystallized opinion as to Mrs Bernita Connelly is the of the button and new discharge -
Calif may now sign up for terms of head librarian. certificates will not be
what the go-to-meetin suit will three four six it made to personnel discharged and
Also' all hands wish to take this two or years r .
opportunity to say:, goodbye and look like, but adds that anybody was announced in AINav 134-47 I le-enhsted prior to 1 July.

wiMh best! of luck to our former with ideas on the matter may submit I this week However 17yearoldswill Chief PowellContinued The Alnav directed all ships and

Commanding Officer Captain R. suggestions to CNO Attn: only be enlisted for a minor- stations to order certificates and

M. Gillett Captain Gillett will assume Op-101. j i ity cruise of two or three-year ( from Page 1) I buttons iron% the nearest District
the duties of Executive Officer terms. Clout Shoot was S. C. Kipp who : Publication and Printing Office.
I the dress uniform __ ___ _____ _
at the U.S.N.H., Oak Knoll Meanwhile All other enlistments and reen- carded 84 markers, and in the ,1
Calif. for evening will still be service li&tments for three, four, or other class Ed Rieth tailed the : led the Beginner's group with 127.
blue D or service white as directedby six year hitches except the 17- runner-up with a total of 517 Two I After the match which turnedout

The Softball team played three respective' commands. Blue D, 3 ear-olds have a choice of a minority other archers who showed up well I to be one of the most successful !!-
games this past week, winning two remember, is the blue suit with enlistment or thrte-jear cruise. were Bob Wells and Jerry Hose- and keenly-contested' ones ;yet
and losing one Two of these games II bow tie and cap cover as prescribed "it was emphasized that enlistment I chen who carded scores of 420 held by station archers the contestants -
were pla>'ed on the local diamond. I white or blue. or reenlistment in the peacetime and 379 respectively.In their families and friends

Thursday we lost an extra-inning Designing! a new uniform is quitea Naval Reserve after demobilization I the Bowmen class} group, Porter enjoyed an outdoor supper whkh
thriller) to Mainside Personnel, 21. task and not something you run from active World WarII Weaver copped first place witha was highlighted by the presentation
This was one of the best-played! up between, say, doubleheaders of service does not qualify men for score of 314 for the Double of awards to the winners' and
g..mtof the season We have already a Sunday afternoon One thing to enlistment reenlistment in the American Round, and Harry Stout ,I runners-up
beaten this team twice and I be considered!! for instance is the i Regular Navy under continuous -- --

they. hold the same amount of victories trend of other nations and other sE'rvice.
over us Friday we will try services The naval officer some- |I .

to bring them back again and play times is called upon to appear at National Secretary" of
off the tie. official functions at which the dress
uniform is worn. Fleet Reserve Ass'n. rtl F

Congratulations ate in older forChi..f There also is the matter of whatto To Address Branch 91 6 9
E. E. Booth on the birth of a trim and what to leave. The old
baby ton Both. mother and babyare full dress for example, included a I Charles E:Lofgren national secretary atp

doing fine. frock coat, a cocked hat, gold ; of the Fleet Reserve! Association '
epaulettes and a sword. Some of will be the featured speaker Y e

The bright shining face you see this impedimenta may have to go. at the meeting of Branch No ,
around the Ad belongs 91 25
bouncing Bldg. --- -- next Wednesday evening
to PhMlc Sullivan alias BIG BREEZE June, at the George Washington I
"The. Gremlin." Sully just reported Hotel it was announced yesterdaybv
aboard from a short leave dur- local officials.
ing which he became- entangled in Mr. Lofgren is expected to have
the snarls of matrimony Sully' s the latest word on pending legislation t

first words on reporting aboard affecting enlisted personnel- "
were "1 know eevrvthing now." and the local branch is urging all "

That a broad statement, Sully, members and prospective membersto ':' ,!
attend 1,

\ to l'l<;nAL -- It looks like the The meeting is scheduled at 2000tn .{,' '" :J : '" :
starboard the hotel auditorium. t
: watch are the lucky ,;:
J':. ,
J .
ones, meaning that they are to be ::1er'
the first to go on the Recreation British Engine WillPower 1.. /
Iepartment-spon Beach Prty .
This will take place Saturdav U. S. Navy Plane :

June 21. The exact place on the SEA>- British. eslgned turbo- .

beach is not known jet. but vou y let engines' will power a new Navy .
can bet that it will be a choice one carrier fighter to be test-flown for __4p t
Any staff members wishing to go the first time this summer The I '''"\: -
who are on the starboard watch tests are expected to lead to further I .j"91i..w-fl': .*, l.;"

phould' sign the muster lists postedin development and modificationof THE BANSHEE above, Naryp, ). W ..vld's most
Corps Quarters.Heat the British! engine by U S. designers mew < powerful
artier-based .,"tH. JH.ow") detail of'lIC Tartee. Jet.engine, two [J
of which drive Banshee' a speed' .' 1M it.(ejraft,liMb Uh
I up those buns., and get the Ar rioto r i I The engine is the Rolls-Royce I ,.inwly & (
charcoal, ready! Yep were Model .f Get- i Nene," Two of three Navy fighters o< 9MO feet per iMimite, thrust of more tMBiJ.).-.StO kornepowerNavy's .
be tested this will -
to summer
feb* ut to have a good ole'aktry.
man device capable .f whipping vp have the Nenes installed.
tonight at 1900 out in the
F we. This we say with the usual a 3.5M 111I.,... b....... Adaptation New Jet Banshee Is Most

plea to the weather office and of tunnel will W built by Nu,. !

t. with all fingers cioesed! If this _uu_ ____ ___ __ 0 CLUBThe Carrier-Based
-------- Powerful Fighter ; .
------- ----- ---------
little detail get taken cart of, it .

I ___ __ __________
HELEN HIGHWATER I looks like a mighty fine party /I oI (SEA-) There's been another u r
so come one, come all and cook P,1 I ute), it has unusually long range.
added to the Navy'svocabulary
'em to suit yourself The first Summer Formal superlative Five self-sealing internal tanks

$I I Dinner-Dance will be held Sat Far surpassing any carry its large fuel load. It can

KISSES Remember our gal frigid, "Lena urday night, 28 June. Mark the preceding fighter plane is the Banshee cruise on one or two engines thus wextending
Sp9 the Hyena?" A quick look} at the date on your calendar you newest and most powerful The
I drawing last week made won't want to miss this outstanding 1U range even more.
; winning in the U. S.
single fighter plane pilot sits well ahead of the wings
us sit back: and wonder if wecouldrt't affair.
I 55 today In the 600-mile an hour and has unusual vision in all directions .
;s do even a better Job, soup .
t i 1Nt1tM5 went a bulletin, and a contest Don't forget the Bingo on class the XF2D-1, as it is officially as well as being protected

: ic f>n. You don't have to be an artist Tuesday nights. All cash prizes designated, bears a marked resemblance horn gun-fire by windshield.armor plate and a

} to get in on this one fact Bring the family to dinner and to the Phantom the first! bullet-resisting seat and supportingstructure
3pttN.vo is you'll probably do better if you enjoy a pleasant evening You'll The pilot's '
carrier-based crash resistant
all-jet fighter
Mr are
.rt-n't "ntSo get out your enjoy yourself-and maybe go =
is withstand crash im 8P
The new fighter powered by signed to a
pencils fellas, and get your favorite home richer, too
nightmare down on paper Thecontest two Westinghouse 24-inch diameter pact up to 40 times the weight of.

will run another week yet THERE'S $100) IN THE POT axial flow t11l bo-jt't engines the pilot.
I installed in the wing: riots Duringthe The plane can take off from carriers -
no you Lave lots of time. The FOR THIS SATURDAY. YOUCAN'T
pnae Well it'll be a good on, .' AFFORD It MISS war 2000 horsepower was considered or landing fields and is equipped -
the maximum for to take off via catapult. The
a fighter
we promise you. Howzabout a date TIllS} THE DRAWING WILL
LiHe I ''BE HELl SOME TIME BE- Until the advent of the Banshee, Banshee has a. wing span of 41
approachlag iTWKEN 2000 AND 2J30 YOU the most powerful jet plane produced feet an over-all length of 39 feet
I f about 5,005 horsepower The height of 14 feet and take-off
truii you, a reasonable substitute MAY BE THE LUCKY WIN The
I I Banshee thin.' weight of over 14,000 pounds.
will be made: But get. your entries NKIi BUT YOU MUST BE surf>iuiefi.even
'" ..- twtse as raaaj 1.... I I UL to the Red Cress) Jit'trt'atklft .f- I I PRESENT TO COLLECT! In addition to its rut speed And engine is designated the YaJ>fcee
v1l' lice right away' I -- rate of climb ((9,000 feet per min- 2


19 June 1947 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


I YOU CANT WIfl By Hough - ---c- ,. (1M'":' .0,1.,',. .-". .
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fly J. F. N>".>"". ACMM l
J Bingo came back Into the spot-
light last week as 55 people attended -
the weekly party at the I
CPO club. The lucky winners of ITT
the 3-In-1 games were R. L. Tor-
,., res.: Mrs H. B. Prlchard. O. C. MeI' H

: ". Donald. Mrs. G. A. Robertson, Barbara l I
H Dwyer Mrs. T. L. Hughes I 3 ,
and :Mrs Lillian G. Varley Hold

on to your hats folks, the grand I MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
:, prize was won by none other than nn ij -
t; Hook "Teamster" Wagner. Con- ..1 j Y
: giatulatUns: to you all. irk' r MOVIKS: Weekday 17J, and 1.11 UltSU.\Y
Folks, there to be
seems some "
scuttlebutt funning around that
,,; the Bingos wouldn't be FUIIJAY
run during .
DANCE Air Station Band. Stalls at 3W:
'. the months. We would ,
summer .
\.TUmSU (fNU.\ Y
like to announce that as long as "
"NORTHWEST OUTPOST starting Nelson Eddy
there are players, we will be thereto : MONDAY
run the j
weekly Bingos. 'THE. GREAT WALTZ" featuiing Louis Rain r.
Newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Ted TUKSOAY; AND wUStIM.Y; :
Guerini of Ashtabula. Ohio, are!' "THE GHOST AND MRS. MUIR."" starring Gene Tierney,
ar.the house guests of Chief and Mrs. Till!KSIU.Y
'" I Mike Guerini. Mike hopes they will S\ Ic "THE CORPSE CAME C O. D., with George Brent.
stay for a couple of weeks. Congratulations ,

\ brtdeg We r'OOm.understand that Chief I, "YfJII, and THIS l Is our enlMed IMAM'S elwbr"r h..w" start at 1......
Hughes has a very costly set of THURSDAY! AND FRIDAY
I golfing irons. We wonder when :he I Never can tell when you might "MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET.1 starring John Payne
i. going to warm them up. Come'j!! need a book like that! SATURDAY .
I'" on "Hughsle." get hot and show Attention all Brow *ffee* and THE CORPSE:: CAME COD., with George Brewt.SUNDAY .
the people you can really pelt thepellet ( h14dre. Love,*.! s
when you have to. I!i An emergency has arisen at the "LIVING IN A BIG WAY" featuring Gene KHIy.
The CPO "Green Dragons" lost |.>! Nursery. Nursery officials have MONDAY AND TUK.SDAY;
,. a thrilter last week to the Marines, i I I asked for donations! of toys, old "NORTHWEST OUTPOST" stalling Nelson &My. f,*.
f-&. Crews and Shaw both pitched or new. crayons, story books in SALTY' HUMOR FROM WKDNK4DAY
wonderful ball but it was all to no short anything a little tot can "THE GREAT WALTZ." with Louise Rainer.
avail The Marines just seemed to I II raise oain with. We know you HERE AND THERE THURSDAY

'.''" 1M too tough OM "Sad Sack" I kind-hearted people won't let them ''THI!: GHOST AND MRS MUIR" featuring Gene Ttern*y.
ac rapped out a homer, and down. Kindly leave your donation "What's flat at the bottom
... "The Scar" brains got a l. zaY-1 I at the Nursery old< CPO club) or pointed. at the top, and has ears?" OTHER EVENTS
of hit. Hook Wagner I If this I. inconvenient, piece contact I give up. What?"

splendid game. Take note Mrs E. B: St. Laurent of "A mountain" BINGO i"Aln'YCver) Wednesday at 2+)O) at The Anchorage.AIUL.I'.TIO .
tin. Hook carries his basket witn I'I 1318-B Randolph Street NA3. "Surely you've heard of mountaineers
him. i UKAK--Available at Mat ai.a, Yoiktown Avenue and
There was a very awe crowd at'I'I Congratulations to Chief Hook's ? i Mustin; Road, 1000-1130( and 1300-iS30 duly., and at Gear Room, .
wife Nancy, for catching that 10 side 72t, 0300-1700 on work days
the game, and it was gratifying! And theie's the one about the
to And that Charlie LJedke was I lb.. 2 oc.. bass at Lake Delancey man who rushed into a Texas bar MODKL AlKFI..ANK SHOr Rom 4, BM:;. !91S. open llllu.Wc.
Chief and Mrs. Hook were flatting
back in the stands yelling for the |II with Chief and Mrs. ChaH .Dei, and yelled\ "Fire!" Club meets at 1900 Fridays. '
Dragons. However. It doesn't seem 1 when the big fish was "hooked" Everybody did. MODKI. RACK CAK lI8-Rtotn/ 3. Bidg. 91$. Meets *tFridays. 101)
like :yelling helped our ball team .
much last week. 'I' Drunk to SP: "Just because m? PIIO'ltXlKAfMY ntl8-RoofU 5. Std,' 91JJ. Meets At llfOj
Here's something that should Interest Baltimore (SEA>- Guest of a eyes are red is no sign I'm drunk. .
some of you guys: We have ship party given at I.A Havre For all you know I may be a Fridays.BOWLIN6Six
located in Maindide Recreation Building
been told that there is a book pub- { aboard the Canadian freighter white rabbit" alleys :
listied in Washington D. C. that; Mlle. Christine Andee No. 3. Alleys opeu fiom 163i-213'\ Mondays through Fridays; 1700-

;. can be purchased for the nominal'':: Dasgincout. 22 years old was still Two sailors lost their way. Said :2100 Saturdays and Sunday
rIM of $.30 called "Naval Justice." ,I aboard when the ship docked in one: "We must be in a cemetery: BOXING For Lntoiutatiou regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
W* have been given to understandthat .. the U. S. Site wants to marry one there' a gravestone. I Comdr. A. J. Rubino. extension 591: ; or rep'.nt to Mainside Mat alter
the Superintendent of Documents ,;of the sailors: but faces deportation The other lit a match and replied 1500.
;. has these books for sale. for illegal entry as a stowaway.. : "Yeah he lived to the ripe MAINSIDE I.OUNot-o'ouuerly thee Reception Center, located in
old age of 123: I the South wing of Building No. 955; U open to NAS. personnel Mud
"What's his name?" I their guests from 10OO to 2200: daily, Available tor wedding reception
""'""" "s" ",,, guy named Miles from by arrangement. with Weltare Officei. Combination rad'o-( lw..
New York." I nograph available for use of all hands

LIBRARY-Located oo second d+.:;k of Mainside Recreation Building
) "Wk looks down at the
!* it man
L from 0900 to :2HW Monday through Friday. Saturday
heal, th rt't wholly a trim. ankle No. 3. Open
( ) fibOre( / if." from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.

I SWll'IMINOQutd( pooUt Daily Monday through Saturday
b-!g your pardon, but what is -Couis open trout 1000 to ilW\Ht daily. Saturday and Sunday -
your name?" the hotel clerk ask- trom 09001700. Cult clubs au available at Golf\ House.: : Bditliiiij

ed. I trunks: prohibited on Gall Couiae.
iPpj "Name!" echoed the indignant :1I0KAU"-Op1n: daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty

guest, who had just signed the wads and uniform of the day), 1730 to %31)\\). Located south of Mason
register with a great flourish
:" "Don't you see my signature thereon Field.
tI.. the register?" I TKNN IS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical: Training [
"I t*>," answered: the clerk. Building No. 724 and also: on Mat area (corner of M us tin and

1. "That's what aroused my curios I Yorktown Roads).

ity" I ARCHRY-Club, J located in Bid,. 399, open daily from 1SOO
to 2200: ; Saturday from I 090 to 2200.; Sunday tiom 1300 W 2200
} "I've got a job at the Cafe laP I Everyone welcome.

: Hours: Monday through Friday 0700 to 2400.; Saturday OSOO to
G k. cT\ "Do you go on with a band 0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Houtly-W cents for one child 25 cenie
"No, the police" insist I wear for twq or more; Card- $6 for one child, $7 for two or more; Dd.ilylf
more than that. r working mothers)-$L from 0700' to 1300.'
-- ---
I I K sees are a Ii..awry. If yon don't --- -DON'T- -WORRYDon't -- -- SHORT STORY

think ft, )*-it try to g't hold of I "Will you marry m"?"
p-I.--.. I J ( I 04. worry and fret. "No"
If think Life's rewards are
you And so they lived happily ever
-: LOUDER AND BETTER: few; after.
:; :: f \ sweet young thing was watching Just remember the mighty Oak

c/ci- .: : : 4'i74 some soldiers drill. A rifle volley Was once a Nut like you! You may have heard about the
rang. out With a scream tlu Mother: That fellow brought you jealous wife in Brooklyn who
lovely lady shrank back into the home at 4 a.m. .
wrote to her husband' a patient,
anus of a young soldier Daughter: Did the noise disturb acu.smg him of havingtO muchto
"Oh!" she exclaimed, blushing. you ?
d. with Violet
) Ray.
Repinted from the Ceorryvht 1e41 l>r E4 wrt,1+.. "t was so frightened by the ritles. Mother: Not the noise, the si.
Jufrl 1941 i issue n( tisRe' Won't you please forgive me?" lenoe.
"He Look it like n.-blwad
"It's all right. the soldier assured -
has It ,.n kU wiff.A ."
enlisted always
hr. "Let's go over and The man
t. AW,. hold stilt watch the artillery." the last word, "Yes. sir"
-- chief hopped( into barracks 4
one morning to( rouse a sleepy
j STALEMATE By xafoI i Jokes, SI Concrete ExampleO -I s'lll.r.,
"How did you happen to over.
.. sl.-*p this morning! asked the
"There were seven of us in the
barracks" came the reply. "Arid
vrtl the clock wan set for silt."
K f fcit

Gel: "f/1IM j/<>'* ever It.Jfkt-fIcff ,
w r with a jerkf"
stft> : Friend Hcuvens no! I'm not
e.ttltor. even married."


.,) Tower "Can 'anv bnuht wtfUj/
M: teU me to Ay a mart' flair jtirtisjgrray :
qwckrr thanlit mwtra rfPvpU .
: "Swre. teeIC"tr/ ft'a'arnse

T X' 4 J..i.v .A* rUM a Cdjr! start on,.hit'
I lft.IUtG'CMH




Four JAX AIR NEWS 19 June 1947
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I I IT'S A TOUGH .IrE( .uy stcevcs"There's

. JflJ -: { 5 I har i 3srorviVieuos T :

Cdltoria Office _
Sooth Wing, Loner Deck, Whig. 930 News f rcm&atioK \ _

Telephone Extension 8184 -

Arthur M. Greene, Editor -t I

The: JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and FINDING A LIFE a
printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at
no expense to the government and in compliancewith There is an opportunity open to all but
SecNav Circular Letter 4 -1918 dated 12 De- which comparatively few men enter. The

cember 1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat secret of true happiness is so simple that
the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical many miss it altogether.As .
the of the Naval
Training Center Headquarters
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters oi a man looks about him and candidly
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air considers the lives of other men and, in so

Station Cecil Field the Naval Air Gunnery Range far as he is able, evaluate their purpose or -
/nd the U. S. Naval Hospital.Rear direction, he is usually saddened by the shallowness -

Admiral Ralph Davison. of so much that passes for human r/I,
Commandant, Seventh Naval District
Ihief'of Naval Air Advanced: Training endeavor. Then, as he cautiously looks within i ,

himself and hesitantly sets a value on his T
.ioJr. Paul E. Emriok, USN Commanding motives and he realizes how
Jacksonville Naval Air Station own strivings,
far short of God's standard and that of those

The majority of lives are being spent en- -:r'
Captain! S. M. Shaar (MC). USN Commanding I :
U. S. Naval Hospital tirely on self, in the pursuit of material gain,

Captain F. W. Prtestman;:; :,-USNR. Commanding or for personal aggrandizement. As the years
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit I roll by fortune or fame may or may not '

come, but still old egoistic urgings remain,
Lt Co<<.I.) T. C. Moore, Jr., DSMC, Commanding /
Marine Barrackiv i I the same old selfish strivings surge up with-

Commanding in. At times, a man's world is expanded to about three hundred of 'em-that's in BROWN figure,
Contain Jules F. Schumacher USN
Natal Air Gunnery Rang take in his immediate family or some esp of course!1.'
I cially-loved personality, but usually it ends --
('< NAval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field there with no further growth.
Often we are reminded by the eternal itus Commercial

.l. Capt.Marine Alexander Aviation M. Detachment Hearn, USMC words of the Scriptures and by the lives of

the really great that a man's true joy comes BulletinBulletins
rU JAX AIR NEWS receive Skip' Editorial Association Ma
of time
terial. Republication of credited matter prohibited without through the unselfish expending ulll be accepted until
ertnlt5icn of SEA. Washington 26, D. a Republication. ot[ anyother talents on his fellowmen. As one finds hap- space has been filled but no later
Is prohibited
by service publication
without permission of Editor. lAX AIR NEWS. piness for those about him, so does his own than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 8230.

t come. Mothers, as a class, are truly happy, FOR SALEFor
Watch Your Conduct! but how much of their lives is poured out Good Sale condition.-Baby bitsiinet Bargain. and 4502 Irvington MAHan.

in service for others. And the most radiantare Ave.
stridesin In addition to books for recreational 193 Oldsmobile eonvertlbl. coupe. Good
Just as the Navy is making great those whose mother-heart embraces not rubber, excellent Mechanical condition

selling itself to the American public and only her own family but the whole world. and educational reading, throughout.$400 earn. Contact Good body Mr. (Gavron net rusted 1.4313.out i

proving how necessary a strong Navy and The abundant life has an abundance of the library maintains a collection 194\.74 Harley-Davldson $386.

\ Naval Reserve are to. national security comes Deople within its scope and is filled with of books for reference purposes. 19J9 E. Indian M. Johnaton motorcycle.ext.: 788.4 new tires. Good-

the disheartening news that naval personnelare i considerate planning for them. When a man These books do not circulate but m- n. ext. 28S. Good
Three tires and tubes. (OOxH-' ply.
failing to conduct themselves properly on enters upon this truth, his soul really beginsto are kept in the library so that condition. W. P. Guffey. ext. 00.

public carriers grow. No )longer is there a drab and stunted they are available at all times. Johnson shape.outboard Chief motor.Sutherland.J'i! horsepower.Good Bldf. itl.

1 According to the Chief of Naval Person- existence, but he leaves the clay of self- New books are constantly being or ext. 397.
added to this group as well as to Double bed. springs and mattress
nel, reports of misconduct have been received striving for the clouds of God's own horizons the collection of novels and other Mrs. Louis Laser phone 2-4711 or 48n

by the Bureau with increasing frequency -, which give an expanded vision of human recreational reading. (-room Colonial house Ave. furnished or unfurnished.

since the shortage of personnel forced need. New additions may be either en- Screened inspection.porch Near and NAS.garage.Comdr.Open R. for C.
the withdrawal of Shore Patrolmen from With this thought in mind, consider what tirely new titles or just new edi- Sheldon. 4357 Blount Ave.
included tions of old titles so that the most Baby carriage, bassinette, and Jtukeradio.
trains and buses. The complaints happened to Jim and Frank, two Navy men, recent information is made avail- Reasonable. Roberta, I724A Dewey -
of civilian passengers, damage to who went home on Christmas leave. Their Park Annex.
annoyance able. For example, in the field of 7 cross-breed hound puppies. Born 5 Jun.
equipment, intoxication, use of profane lan- homes were near together in the sparsely- aviation the library has recently 1 female. 8 males. Holler phone 25410.
which reflected dis- added the 1945-46 edition of Kitchen cabinet, large, white enamel finish -
guage, and other actions settled region of North Minnesota. The last $40: S burner stove with storage
credit on the naval service. part of their homeward journey had to be JANE'S ALL THE WORLD'S AIR- compartments $10. May be seen at 1187
CRAFT, and the AVIATION AN- Cumberland Road. Mrs Spooner.
Since, in some instances, enlisted men in I completed on snow shoes. The cold was NUAL OF 1947, edited by Regi- Diamond engagement ring, center atone.approximately .
charge of drafts failed to take appropriate deadly and a storm was brewing. There wasa nald Cleveland. Almost any infor- two small side on. stones quarter, White karat, with gold
action although aware of the misbehaviourof question in both their minds as to whether mation concerning any of the ships mounting. Brand new. Mint sell immediately. -
Lt. R. M. Roland, ext.
and navies of the world should be $80.
certain members of the draft, the Chiefof they could make it. 179 or ext. 788.
found in one of the following 1941 Chevrolet convertible! coupe, radio,
Naval Personnel outlined the following As they trudged along in silence, they which are in the reference collec- heater spotlight. Good condition, to
steps to correct this condition : suddenly stumbled oven an inert object in tion: JANE'S FIGHTING SHIPS, new tires. William FOR RENT*. ext. 471.

44(a) That officers and men detailed in' the trail. It proved to be a man who, becauseof 1944-45; the Victory edition of 2 room apartment, 2138 College St. Mrs.
charge of drafts shall be thoroughly instructed an injured foot and weakened constitution, WARSHIPS OF THE WORLD, edited Culpatch. phon. 75490.
Kafka and Large airy facing St. Johns Rivsr.
by Pepperburg; or rooms
as to their responsibilities for the had succumbed to the cold. Frank, stooping BRASSEY'S NAVAL ANNUAL, Near NAS. Ideal tor business men.
of the members of the draft and for down and warmth made sudden Rirls, or naval officers.! Maid aery Ice.
conduct detecting a an English publication. You can Phone 2-1964. Gtarmm 4(7 Ortega Blvd.
co-operating with civilian officials to the decision: "We must try to save him." check up on important personagesin WANTEDRide

end that the regulations and instructions Jim shook his head. "Too late. Anyway, IN WHO'S AMERICA WHO 194647.or WHO'S For WHO hours from 0700 Springfield to 1830 to Mrs.NAS.George Working, ext.
S in public carriers are have all do to ourselves. It people 3(8.
governing passengers we we can save
perhaps so important of Ride from Park It Barrs to NAS. Work.
observed by personnel in their charge. is doubtful whether we can reach home un- interest, at least currently, CUR- In* hours 0800 to Hi*. Mrs. Boatright.

(b) That naval personnel, whether members -I hindered as we are." And he struck off down RENT BIOGRAPHY is received Ride ext.from 684.Donald A Park to NAS. WorkIng -
S of a draft or traveling individually, the trail. each month. This gives very interesting hours 0800 to If SO. Miss Robert- _
conduct themselves in that I Frank considered moment then slowly sketches of the lives of peo- son ext. 646. .r
must a manner a ples in the news today. These Car radio. Ext. 407. Parker. -
will not reflect discredit on their uniformsor hoisted the man on his shoulder and trudged books are just a sample of those Young a few lady weeks for this temporary summer."Typing wotkwurinr and
the naval service. along the path down which his friend had available in the various fields of shorthand essential and ability to UMcomptomet.r

(c) Impress upon all personnel, especially disappeared. As he proceeded he noted a knowledge, all of which supple- conditions. Art desired ore I Interested pleasant write working Mr.
ment the vast store of knowledgeto Joe Aduma, Drawer "B", West, Bay
] officers and petty officers, their responsibilities curious fact. Instead of getting colder as he be found in the general ency- Street Annex Jacksonville.: Fla.

.,. for taking prompt action to correct had been steadily doing, he was now getting clopedias, of which the library has Apartment child. Phone furnished 2-844.or unfurnished.Captain J. One A.
r misconduct on the part of naval personnel regardless warmer. The burden he was carrying had three sets: THE ENCYCLOPEDIA Baker.

of where encountered. They should, made the difference. A few miles more and BRITANNICA, THE ENCY- Desire bedroom to exchange house in renting nice subdivision privilege of 3-. -

.I understand that disciplinary incidents shouldbe he broke out in a perspiration.Then THE CLOPEDIA WORLD AMERICANA BOOK. ) and Pensacola for similar privilege In Jack.
Hot !
sonville. Phone 5-23(2 or Windle *
reported promptly to the proper na'alJ as he approached to within a mile If you are artistically inclined E. R, Gibbson.
Ride from 1354 Chalien to VAR. WorkIng
of home and the almost in
authorities. clearing was and like to draw THE PLEAS- hours 9800 to 1030. Miss Mettler.ext. .
sight, he stumbled again. It was another obstacle URES OF SKETCHING OUT- (00.
in the path. Laying down his burden DOORS by Clayton Hoagland is a LOST
EditorDear _
Letters To The I Earring: between Ship's Service and *
new, informal guide written for
Frank discovered a second man on the trail. borage. Reward. Mullen, ext. 833.
amateurs who sketch for the fun t .
One glance at his face told the startling of it. It is a series of simple les- Sunnyvale Calif., (SEA)-Fred

L J Can Editor you :tell me why naval personnel here must truth. It was his friend, Jim Jim, who had sons in the fundamental art of Owens is in the town Jail on charges
pay state and Federal taxes on gasoline and oil gone on seeking only to save himself. He had sketching.An of burglary. And he's lucky he n
purchased for use in their private automobiles? been overcome by the penetrating cold, had unusual tale which can be there. Owens should be dead. He
+ I was previously stationed at Anacostia, Md., dropped in his tracks, and now was frozento read in an hour is EARTH EA- was caught rummaging throughan
and Fort Lauderdale, Fla. There both gasoline and GLES by Marguerite Bayliss. It industrial firm's desk by its
oil sold for prices considerably less than those death. tells of the almost human affec- manager who fired at him. The
charged here for the same items. For instance, at How strong and clear down the centuries tion of two sister fillies and their bullet passed through a window
Anacostia, oil ran around seven cents in quart in ring the words of the Christ-down to our keen awareness of racing qualitiesbred screen a window and the four
bulk form and gasoline was priced at 12 cents per own day and hearts : "For whosoever would into them for generations. coats Owens had on. It left him
I gallon. At Fort Lauderdale, we paid nine cents Horselovers especially should enjoy with merely. a bruise over t.e
save his life shall lose it; but whosoever shall this story. heart
/or oil and 13 cents for high test gas.
., lose his life for sake, the same shall save -- -- -
In addition, there is even a discrepancy in the my BEDEVILLED by Libbie Block
charge for oil sold right here at NAS Jax In the it.-Luke !) ::24. is a Crime Club selection in which
Cornmifieary, oil in sealed cans sells for a maximum Chaplain R. L. Murphy. the heroine isn't quite sure of the
'I of 23 cents per quart while at the Ship's Service validity of her own alibi FINAL
}Filling] Station a quart of oil costs 28 cents. I t near Fort Lauderdale), and Anacostla Inform me CURTAIN is another good mys-
I LT. J, B. RUSSELL, that State and District taxes as well as Federal tery, this one written by Ngaio i At the Sulloa Chapels Birmingham !.
} ATU No 9. I taxes are paid at their respective gasoline stations. Marsh. Read ana Muvtin Avenue

x --- State tax on gasoline Is purely a matter of State 0910-NVTTC iervkeIhnpln Protestant: W R
Dear E.Mol ; option. It's very possible that there are some Ship's (SEA) When the American Mevenscn.l .
On :25 February 1943 the: Comptrollers Office, Service Stores in other states which do not pay tho Military Government ordered that 4i-General Worthfe Service-('bp.
I State of Florida, notified the Ship's Service Depart- state gasoline tax all Bavarians turn in their weapons lain A. C. Boyer.C.lh.Iie, .
ment that on and after 15 February 1943, in accordance In reference to the oil, Ship's Service will tell; it got; more than it bargained 0700.-llns-.
t' with the derision of the Florida Attorney Individual quarts at $,25: without performing any for Be U< es receiving enough modern 0000-lilacs.
General, state ga lme ta:< ouKi! ''m a he paid sen-irf in COtU'f''tlon with the Bale weapons to equip a regiment MOO I I -Outdoor Mi"AD "'i mall 'L'' I
Federal tax has always been paid. I IT dg) R W BREAULT, the Government got 100 croscbown, siren is maintained j between 1900 I
Ship'fl Service Officer at Penparola) 'MlamJ Ship's Service Officer darts and pop-guns and 12 o.gage .


.it _

l'' WRAPPING AW ENGINEI { I ffEgg. { Navy Seeks Skilled

1-, Workers For Jobs
,! r DW'
& At Bermuda Base
Engine Overhaul-by Carl \V. I a.I" 1 ,
Player-About the only way we I I Civilian personnel are urgently

*e can tell that anyone reads this in Engine Build-Up and A. C Web- needed in various" positions at thei
I i Naval Base in Bermuda -
column is when we miss getting ster in Disassembly. Best of everything Operating
it in for a couple of weeks. You fellows. it was revealed in Industrial
\, people will never believe it, but I Relations Department Memoran-
Lest we forget, the officers of
I the reason we didn't have anything dum No. 13-47, issued this week.
the new E. O Social Committeeare
j in the last two weeks about Engine \ Archie Ellis, president; L Positions in which qualified applicants -
Overhaul was the press of our official are desired are as follows:
Thomas Gurr, treasurer; and Lois
; i duties-and the lack of news. I mason, brick and stone 1 electri-
Collins, secretary Term of office
Have you folks in E. 0. heard I for these three will be one year. cian with telephone experience, 1
about the new E. O. Social Com- Personnel & Administration joiner with floor finishing experi-
) mittee which is going to b*> open I': by flat: DicksonWe understandthat ence, 1 joiner with general finish

for membership July 1st? The Drinkwater v;cars:! his sunglasses ing experience, 1 joiner experi-
purpose of this organization is to to keep from taking cold! enced in heavy timbers and form-
create and maintain a fund which ing, 2 painters, 2 electricians with
will be used to finance parties pic- Wonder what upset Spencer'sgigglebox house-wiring experience, 1 sheet-

nics, and other outings for the I Tuesday afternoon ? metal worker with layout experi-
Harry seems to be having his
personnel who are members of the ence, 1 machinist with laundry experience -
committee. As most of you know, heart troubles again. What's the and 1 firefighter for Assistant -
matter, Harry? Fire Chief.
..aY Y the recently-discussed E. O. Di-
3i vision, Picnic fell through because Willie after going around look- The rate of pay for mason, brick

of the lack of funds and the inability ing blue and forlorn for so long, and stone, is $1,93, $1.99 and $2.05
I of the committee in charge to I is all smiles again. Um, Um!!! per hour and for the firefighter

raise sufficient funds on short no- Earl Uzzele, now the proud own- CPC-7 with overseas pay All oth-
tice. The dues in this new committee er of a BS degree from the Uni- er positions pay $1.68. n.'., and
TilE ENGINE PRESERVATION Shop in Assembly and Rep .
are reasonable and versity of Florida, is now working $1.80 hour.Qualified .
(: :+- pair is not the only place at NAS where aircraft engines are pre- cent invested very by will be every"re in the Time Section again. Welcome per employees desiring
served. In the Division of the you '
. Engine
., Storage Supply Department, back, Earle.
turned in the form of good whole- transfer should submit their appli-
j located in 170, all classes of aircraft engines at I
Bldg. are
protected Wonder why Gill was so anxiousto
some entertainment for and cations, Standard Form 57 in duplicate -
f the rate of 35 per day. (Above) Lawrence Weiler seals a large plio- families. So, see shop work, and on Assembly roll, with written request for
film bag enclosing the engine as J. }.[. Henderson holds it taut.O..O your your too?
lit.. representative who is a member of transfer to Commander, Naval
the committee's Board of Direc- It seems that Rosenquist start- Operating Base, Bermuda, via offi-
ed out good-heartedly bringing ice cial channels of this station.

InspectingThe SUPPLY tors.Power Plant Panorama: Sophie cream to a few people in the Time Further information, including
Section. Oh, how his business has
Geleneau but
believing everything Bermuda
living conditions in maybe
grown! Think we had better buy
the truth about the recent am-
obtained from Mrs. Knight Industrial -
monia Tom" him a cart.Planning .
SALLIES episode "Peeping I, Relations Department
InspectorsBy Martin looking over the boys from Division-by Seamor-- Bldg. 450 ext. 483.
the skylight on the roof Su- A&R is deathly quiet now that almost .
HELEN BURNETTEIt sie Webster indignantly denying everyone is away on leave.

is with real regret that we rumors that she is contemplating We managed though, to gather Navy Fighting
nay goodbye to our Inspection Officer marriage Everyone looking enough material for this "effort"before
C. B. fiver the Division Lt. the folks left.
Comdr. Cottingham, new Officer GrowthSEAThe
who leaves this week to attend By McArthur and liking him Three members of our division, Fungus
: line school in Rhode Island. We The "Lament of StorekeeperJoe" Same old squabble on the E. O. namely George Hull, Joe Corte.
he his below is reprinted from "SkySupply" court but I and Fred Bedenbaugh were given ( ) necessity for bet-
sincerely hope that enjoyed volleyball every day,
ter materials and for adequate
ASO-NASD Philadel- pleasant surprises before going on
much afterwards in the washroom
period of duty here as as we even worse
phia: leave when they were notified of protection of ordnance equipmenthas
enjoyed working with him. John Callahan winninga
their prompt BuOrd to institute a
advancement to P&E CMin.).
We are sorry to learn that Chief When AdR squeals for shock radio-phonograph just after pur- Congrats and good luck to all of program to combat deteriorationof
Don E. George is confined to the struts and wheels, chasing one identically the same ordnance equipment by moistureand

hospital In Norfolk, Virginia, and And CASU is yelling for mo', Which brings to mind the old you.The workers of Material Files fungus.

sincerely hope for a speedy recov- And HEDRON deplores the short- saying, "Them as has-gits." had a "going-away party" prior to War experience revealed the necessity -

ery.Our age of cores, Hubba Hubba DeptAdd the the shutdown. The main course, for equipment that would
sympathy is extended to T. Say a prayer for STOREKEEPER name of Jane Smith the new L. B. fried chicken, was supplied by Ma- work under adverse conditions.

C. Kirkland inspector in the Sup- Joe. (Lovely Blonde) nurse in the First rie McCarthy, who incidentally, is :Moisture and fungus, for example
ply Division. Mr. Kirkland's mother Aid Room. It's worth falling downa going to spend her vacation in damaged electrical equipment
When mechs their knees rassleSBtXC's
passed away Monday, June 9th ,on flight of stairs just to meet her. Canada. It's a long way for so aboard vessels operating in the

from a heart attack.J. And H-hour minutes to One more- of E. O.'s confirmed short a vacation Marie.A North Atlantic and South Pacific
B. Burt ARMlc has decidedto The who delivers the parts go for bachelors has bitten the dust. We, few members of our division areas.
become a civilian again. He sky flivvers of course, refer to T. L. Cannon, were not content with the two- The University of Miami is pro-
checked out of the Navy last week Is hard-working STOREKEEPER the final assembly line's gift to the week holiday so they are happily viding technical assistance for ob-
and is leaving for California. Good Joe. Legion Post 137 baseball team, enjoying a four-week vacation. D. servation of the growth of fungi
Juck'to you, Burt! who was married June sixth. An- B. Cowan journeyed to Ohio; E. and other micro-organisms. It 11'1

Saras' little Cocker pup can now He's expected to know all the parts other old E. O. bachelor roger M. Lewis motored to Boston expected that current research will
walk down the lane and hold her that don't show Montgomery is going to head! Mass.; L. R. Bjorkman sped to help make equipment aboard ship

head as high as the next canine On a bomber, fighter, or drone down the same trail when he walksup Wisconsin (hope he brings some more resistant to deterioration.The .
'IJ (K-9)). She is now a registered so- From .the right plug site and the to the altar the 21st of June. cheese back) ; and M. T. Gurr results of these experiments -

cialite and has been dubbed witha turnbuckle eyes Congratulations to you both. "walked" to Orange Park. are available to other Army

title DUCHESS OF ATTLE- To the Eendix main wheel bear- Coy Whitworth is off on leave. No prouder mother is there, and and Navy branches.
BORO! I ing cone. but he called in this morning and for good reason, too, than Mrs.
Lillian Wolfe senior clerk in the asked Susie to tell the boys in the Fowler. Her young daughter was tendency in our vision to own
department is taking a real vacation It would help In the job of this bin- plating shop that he has just be- recently with great fanfare, grad- I your own house. Betty White and
this year. In addition to the I happy gobI come the father of a seven-and-a- uated from "Kindergarten." Congratulations I her husband have bought a brand
two-week shutdown period, Miss / mechs would just try to assist; half-pound baby girl. She has black Let us know how new house somewhere in MurrayHill
Wolfe has an extended two-week With the number or name and de- curly hair-the lucky girl! Talk- susceptible grade school is to her I and will be moving in the end
scription the sameInstcad'of charms Mrs. Fowler. of this month. Let us know when
period and plans to visit friends ing about babies, Baldy Mausert
and relatives in Canada. We are ordering like this; had an addition recently-also a Helen Walker went to visit her the "house-warming" will be, Bet-

.' lure you will have' a wonderful "It's the gismo that fits on the girl and Chief Phillips in Engine daughter and son-in-law Mr. and ty."Dick"
time, Miss Wolfe gadget that fits Build-Up recently announced the Mrs. J. F. (Joe) Shawver in West Holloway, an enlisted

C. P. Jones, AEMlc, is taking a On the piece with the offlookingthing birth of a boy at his house. Virginia. Joe was a former me- member of our division, was mar-
chanic here In A&R. ried recently. The lucky girl hail
1t 14-day leave just before receiving Almost forgot to mention two
Two newcomers, Nancy Lester from Chicago. Congratulations and
.t' his discharge from .the Navy. He Which strikes with a wham on a of our sailor boys got themselves
and Ed Dorsugh arrived in division good luck to both of
w' and his wife are visiting in Lakeland little round cam married recently-L. R. Crawford our you.
just before the shutdown Eileen Poston's son, who is in
V Florida Have a good time, And lands on that hick-a-ma-
folks. Myers is still using some of his Welcome aboard to both of you, the Army, left last week to spenda

- _. ,. Two new men are welcomed into jing" excess annual leave and has taken and we all hope that you enjoy short( ?) while in Yokohama, Japan -

4' !J:.. ;- the department: G. H. Lavay, But alas, the poor mech is up to his off on a vacation. More anon! I your cruise with us. as part of the Army replace-
ACMJ.I, Mfie has just reported neck The representative of the Jackson- Chief Hintz who is also on leave, ment troops. Hope that he fare!!

from three years' sea duty, and A. In work priority high, ville Alumnae Chapter of Iota Bus I (lucky man), was seen practicing well in Japan, but tell him to watch

C. Ingram, ACMM.,We are glad to And often as not no one knows iness Sorority to the international with the chiefs' Softball team. How out for those Geishas, Eileen.
have you and hope you enjoy work- what we've got convention being held in Winnipeg, did you enjoy the workout, chief, We understand that Lt. Bronson
\ ing with us. In those stores that ate piled to II Canada is none other than our own Are you going to become one of has found himself an efficient sec-
J the sky. Isabelle Gleason. Isabelle left for the teammates, or was it just for retary in Minetta La Faine. Welcome -
I the exercise? to Planning Minetta. We all
A motorist crashed into a telephone I Winnipeg on June 10th. William I
'}: pole. Wire, pole, and all Dry your eyes and relax, you'll LaMarr Coleman departed by I There seems to be an increasing hope you make out well.

...., ____ crashed over his car. He was found now have the facts plane on June 10th for Okinawa
in the wreckage undamaged but Please excuse all this immodest where he has accepted a two-year THE LAST TIME-FOIl TWO WEEKS

unconscious. As the police and noise), contract with the U. S. Engineers.He I f x
We suggest you look at the -
,j' ambulance drivers were untan- book- will be missed by all who knew ,
gling him, he reached out feebly new ,
the wires and The ASO Catalog, boys! him.Marilyn i
fingering murmur-
Cook (Administrative) I
ing: "Thank heavens, I've lived"' There are pictures and such, stock I has recently visited with her folksin I

< clean; they've given me a harp. numbers and much Miami. Harry Kersey (Inventory .
Other dope that will {identify ) is back from spending a 1$ a

The* nuts, bolts, and screws, and I week in Cuba. Inventory is I

assemblies! you use glad to welcome Hiram Dollar :
To keep fighting plane in the I back after a two-week illness l

sky.Batteries. Lola Lyons (Receipt Control)

has just moved into a new home I
and nags, and soft sleeping ,
on Dancy Street. Estelle Da-
bags vis (Procurement) is expecting to a i'
And tie-rods, and radio tubes,
i I into her new home Gilmore
r move on i
f' s Struts, wheels, and brakes of various ( -
makes Street any day now Must bea I
grand and
glorious feeling.
Paint dopes, preservative Jubes. I 1 i ir
There were a great many VIS- :
) .: itors to the home of Elizabeth
And often enough interchangeable Slade (Administrative) recently

stuff It was the occasion of the blooming War
Is 81&oteby application, 't'd '
of the rare night-blooming rer-I
/ ( Presenting each hunk to show sim- eus. It is more exotic than tht

ilar junkAmtnged orchid. It is indeed "A thing of ,I
. 'cr !! / in its proper relation.I beauty and a joy"-but not a "joy I

..t'S PI AYcvatWToy I forever", as Nature puts forth a ,I
I When search! without cease fails supreme effort to crowd all that :

i to locate a piece into one night
exquisite beauty ,.. .,, ,, ,.
'j'X 'i"' '" -- -- -"
" '", V\l (Even though neprobably only, and the next morning the I
'.' bought, It), profusion of blooms hang dejected I MOST qr THE TIME clocks in A&R are getting their first
W:;' Our storekeeper 'rlsnd can say and forlorn. Vera Simonds and her I lest in many years this week Year after year thousands of workers!

\ !. ", .,(II 1,& ill' end' husband both expert amateur photographers I lined up to punch the clocks et teaot twice a day .during the war

I ......... Oh, hell b.'"alter, tee haven't were present to take years even: on Saturday and Sunday In the above photo, the clock
,,; --- got itt"FISCAL I pictures of the plant, both in black I takes care of the last few employees leaving for the two-wwk)
GROUP NEWS: Philip' and white and in color shutdown) before starting its et

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Editor : ,
Arthur T. KiMUomkoii; I., SlN ii ?
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All Ph.stoeraph..ri. '' l U S !N...r Ph.M,.<(mph made br NAS
Photo Lab and .,Y. Fund x-ho.d, Photo lAb ml .sa ottii"i wise cr,dit..d. i

ABOVK; AUK two scenes of
I the NATTCenter Car Repair Lot
which has been set aside to accommodate
Naval Personnel of
I NATTCenter with private vehicles -
wishing to make minor
repairs on their cars.

Facilities for changing oil
have already been installed.
Two grease racks have been
WH9T TO DO! WHERE TO 00! erected for oil changing and Urea, tubes,
other repair purposed.! A tool I : cleaner polish
,hack where personnel may trouble lights- A\
check out necessary repair kitsis I auto jack, j gas WI
MOVIE SCHEDULE nearby. Personnel capable of I other item
overhauling their own motors Oar Repair
will find two chain hoists in excellent : I opposite the golf
--THKKE ON A TICKET. with Hugh Beaumont and working condition.A the rear of the -
Cheryl Walker. Shows at 1815 and 2015.: wash shed has been recent- : I .
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Miranda, Andy Russell and Groucho Marx. Shows at 1730 and 2011
on Friday. Saturday 1400. 1730 and 2015.: : BoOkJ
SUNDAY--THAT'S MY MAN with Catherine McLeod and DotAmeche. THE
I. .1
: Shows at 1400, 1815 and :3015.: .

tarring John Payne and Mauieen O'Hara. Shows at 1815 and 2015.
WKDNKSDAYTHE CORPSE CAME C.O.D., with George Brent Students beware! We'd like to,, seem to be the
an-i Joan Blondelt. Shows at 1815 and 2015. warn one and all that. McClosilby. I new ate set
BM1. the terror of Brks. 17 is
Marie McDonald. Shows at 1815 and 2915. board.:1 The' hero is a
back from a fifty ve day leaveduring who Has )killed
Yellow Wol r I which he could put 1M'one m l leave haute la a

THURSDAY NO SHOW. on report. In order to make up for : River is in what
FRIDAY AND . t Laniarr. Dennis O'Keefe and John Lod r. white socks rotted sleeves and was plenty full of
SUNDAY THREE ON A TICKET, with Hugh Beaumont and unsquaied hats, so beware. Men, partic- .
Cheryl Walker. We've heard of people tand :' this one.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY-COPACABANA, starring Carmen we've done it ourselves) who listento of the oil cusp
Miranda: and Andy Russell records or go to some vaudeville Bifniuylvania' a
1 WEDNESDAY THAT'S MY MAN. with Catherine McLeod and show in town and pass up the tal. Background for
Don Am he.l'UUKSAYNO. ent in their own back yard. We're Eyoeu.
SHOW.THINGS story.- full
speaking of the crooning ability I very
heard this men and su/-
of Chief i Kellner. rtaylng ''
TO DO-ABOARD mentioned before, we interviewedthe a good story oC
chief and after mahy prying of raw pow
questions, he bashfully admitted I industrial Ameri
that he had sung! with a name band ,
before the war. i Ed. Note Just calls THE
Hobby Shop
Hk4 pulling teeth! I Walker, "*

Everybody has heard Bing or a touch old-
Frankie but the only ones who seem Ameiicaii." It
Bldg. 414 t.> profit from Kellner's talent are life in a Vermont
the: personnel who gather daily in ( to 1914, baaod
Brks 17 for his recital. It wouldbe family who made
WOODCARVINGLEATHERCRAFT- I, i good: joke if we could arrange a soapstone quar-
some sort of party where more e. the hero, is
MODEL AIRPLANES. LAP1DARYPLASTICS (people could sit and enjoy the I seemed destined'
chief's melodious voice. he loved: most-
SHIP'S COMPANYBill I $ between him

AUTOSPRINTING Devaney and Jack Myers i ijoined an escaped slave.
Masterocco' the Hospital I I in style and
'' ,
books mentioned
this week and it seems as though'
CAPABLE INSTRUCTORS :some fellows will go toreat : a. satisfying book.
lengths for a few days rest. Seri I
AVAILABLE ously we hope you boys are on 'morning. He slip
your feet and back on the job in robe and went
the shortest possible time. Inci i wer the doorbell.
dentally. Devaney broke his wrist door, the iceman

\ FLITS IN-Qp.n nightly 17302130. Bldg. 317. while competing in the 7th Naval going through
he to
Sandwiches and snacks available. NATTCenter Orchestra District Tennis tournament in came
j featured on Monday nights which he and his partner wererunnersup that the iceman's; "-.. ..
for the doubles crown. ) : a similar ro.b>!.
BOWLING-Six alleys in Ship's Service available -
all Things seen recently! Chief
to personnel Monday through Saturday,
back from leave -- i a green rt,
1700-2130. League games bay priority. Grant repotting I
Marquart seen wandering strolled lot* a 0
; NATTC LIBRA** Located Auditorium.. around nights without "Ernie"- -1! bartender looked
( Open Monday, Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to Perscheid reporting aboard to Aer- glanced at hi*
2104. Wednesday, 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sunf ologyHarry "Pilch" coming back early, boys. The
p c cIy; 1230 to 2100. from the hospital.--Weekly and la yet."
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Richardson "sporting it" in their
: ATHLETIC LEAK Available. at Gear Locker new cars I BULKHEAD air Murray Garvln...'

,. JJ Physical Training Department, Bldg. SIS NOTICE Urgent Plea! Anyone/
V ,
f TENNIS-Racquets and balls available at Physical' knowing where we can beg, Pd
, row or STEAL!' a little
\ Training Bldg IS.J I please get in touch with any

SWIMMING FOOL No. 1-(Bldg. 518) For Naval \ Mrs. Nancy Radford
f Personnel with GU llt.s. Children under 12 years .
are not allowed in the pool unless accompanied by a Jt\ After Five
parent or a responsible adult. Monday thru Friday I Retires
J 1:11)0): ) to 2045. Saturday 0900 to 2045. Sundays and
HoltJays, 1300 to 2015. Years ServiceAfter

I working for five long years I
SWIMMING POOL No. S-(Bldg.: 419) For male here at NATTCenter, Mrs. Nancy
Naval Personnel only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to I A. Radford will resign this com- '
t 1200 and 1730 to 2045. Saturday 0900 to 2045. Sundayand ing Friday. At present Mrs. Rad-
Holidays 130 to 2045.KECK1TION I ford is a clerk stenographer at''

: ROOM-Located in Auditorium for Central Training Office BI<1g. 501. i

t' NATTC Pere-xmel, relative and gueata. Mrs. Radford Nancy as most 0>
I""I'. people know her started workinghere
I at the Radio School in 1942.:
t Her next position was with the
31t ?i/eeI( AI Shi Servic"l Aviation Fire Control School. A1Ak\ i
iJ il''J When the Fire Control School consolidated -
with AOM "B" School. I ,-
l r SEWING CENTEK; Mrs. Radford was still attached to I
( BUDGET your clothing allowance Sew and Save!! that offlos.

f The TEN electric) sewing machines Installed in Uw rear Her present position with Central -

t of Dependent's l Lounge at the NATTCooUr Ship's Service Training was acquired in Aug- I

t. are there for the convenience of personnel and their dependents. I oat, 1MB.I .
Mrs, Radford u* well known to
I enlisted and civilian ra<>n-
most p
A competent seamstress: is on hand daily from 0930 till! nel around the Main Ad Build,,. a a Ya.t
i& .e
1C30 to help ;solve your sewing difficulties. I Ing, and it in with regret that we
All services are FRLE.of,CHAH.G we her (leave. .,(. "INn-ft-n-t, pmte, Jvu't leek now, but yer belli' lulluwetl"


19 June 1947 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven

.:- Raiders Lose First Conference Tilts To I Wilcox Advances To Semi- I

Pensacola ; Defeat Army Team, 7-3,11-7 Finals In' Pensacola Tourney

baseball of NATTC its record to 13 NA TTC'I! latest entry in All-
The Air Raiders varsity squad brought up
Athletic is G.
. Dairies won against 15 lost, when after dropping a heart-breaking 1.0 decision to Mayport H.Navy Wilcox, AETM competition 3. instructor in Scarbrough Breaks

Coast Guard, and a two game series to Pensacola by 8 to 0 and 4-3 respectively, they came Aviation Fundamentals Wilcox

roaring back to dump Fort McPherson Army in successive games on Monday and Tuesday was a Seventh Naval District winner Pro And Amateur

by 7 to 3, with Mike Marinkovich regaining some of his early season form, and Al (Red) in I the Tennis Elimination
tournament and went on to Pe-n- Golf RecordsClimaxing
Ryan pitching easily to coast in to a 11 to 7 victory. It was the third victory for Marinko- sacola to compete in the finals of

'. <; vich and number four fpr Ryan I the Fifth. Sixth and .Seventh Na- I I a trail of defeatedfoes

Playing at Main.oide's' diamond,, I val District The winners of this acquired titles, and broken
:i because of cur own field being I tourney advanced to the AllNavy'finals :
,' ; too wet, the Air Raiders! suffer; I tb be held in Annapolis, records' Chief Bill Scarborough of

,'-it;; ;" a close 10 0 loss to Mayport Ii Maryland later this month. NATTC, with his long drives and
r Coast Guard in one of the bet ; dOh Wilcox first started his merry accurate irons, has broken' the

;fir pitchers' duels' seen tQ date. Eacto string by copping the NATTC station -. Station Golf Course record with a

,'j( team garnered but four hits Dale' SAm tournament and therefore blazing 67-three under par-
'. Outcelt on the mound for NATTC, earned the right to compete in
which includes both the Pro and:
walked only two men' and struck the 7th N D finals held at Main- *

out one but three miscues and a side. He won a decisive victory Amateur records.
ftingle sent the lone run of the 31x there and advanced as far as the I The previous record for Professionals -

game home in the fifth inning. With I semi-finals at Pensacola, before being I was 69 set last winter by

the locals' final chance coming up .. I downed in straight sets of 6-2 Phil Friel. Friel carded a hot 31

in the last of the ninth to win : A./w/ and 6-3 by Lt.
Btillman singled to center' Arnold i, former Big Ten titleholder for I better than a 38 coming home. C.

followed suit with a long single I It three years! 'in succession. Gorens, R. Smith Sic formerly a NATTC

down the left field line and Wallace l- : .. ,"' irx who, by his virtory advanced to man, held the old Amateur record

., walked to load the bases. but .
I the' finals! of the tournament lost _\_... "UIt. tfV1IIL.d
.., Outrelt grounded out to the third I ) in the best three of five sets to Lt. b .y t i

, baseman, quelling the uprising.The !, I .". ... Comdr. Angstandt for the Tri-
strong Pensacola nine overpowered "',:" Group championship.

the Air Raiders in two p. .. a. e
games which were the first NA- ?' ,

TAC league games for NATTC \ D TEA Lead ,.
this season. Wild Bill Cudd went 's

down to his fourth defeat in the J : Ship's
. CompanyIn
first game by an 8 to 0 count, be p : .,., '.
ing in hot water a goodly of .lf.,...,, ..',tlf. "" .. -:k.,';( ,, :. a
part ''o..;: .. .." : : Softball
the time, allowing 11 hits, walkingfive : .. .: < .T,,.,;j" ..' ..H.\Y ". ,. :.-' League

and helped' along none by four
Softball is moving into its third
errors In the field.\ Pensacola' pent :
successful week, and the standingsfind
across two runs'! in each the third I
and eighth frames, three more in just five teams as yet undefeated -

the seventh and a lone tally in the I' in both the National and ..Cc
fourth. The locals meanwhile could I American Leagues.! If Old Man

get to Ed McLaughlin for three ... -....._- --(--..-.17r22 ,aF ; 'p. '. Weather' stays in a good humor.

Mingles, two of them hv Duke La- Hullier home and then score a the rubber three times In the .many of the games. that were postponed "9e
Hullier.In moment later himself on Tully's fourthfor the entire 11 runs. earlier in the season will

the second game. Pensacolawon grounder to second This ended the Brief summaries: be played off and then the schedule -

by a score of 4 to 3, although scoring for the day! Mayport ... ..000 010 000-1 4 0 can be more strictly adheredto.

three of the four runs were unI I Red Ryan was complete] masterof NATTC .. 000 000 000-0 4 2 .

earned. Again the Goslings took the situation in the second Zemka and Gentry, Outcelt and Disbursing still kept up-its winning

advantage of every' break afforded game, although he ran into trou- Wallace.NATTC. ws,ys in the National League.
, r. -: them. I' ble in the first frame when Jenkins ........000 ('00 0(()-0 3 3 dumping the Marines 9 to 1 for ', 5- 3

Dale Outcelt lost his flt'co'nd Close. singled; Speight beat out a Pensacola ..000 100 032-8 11 1 their fourth straight win. The t .3
s c
game within a week' and was! his! bunt and Joe Greengrass sent a i Cudd and Wallace; McLaughlin Bake Shop was close on the Pay

Hecond four-hitter. The Air Raiders homer to deep right center. After and Miller. Office's heels with three'ictort's
Mt banged out eight hits, but Pitcher that it was all Ryan' as Harry NATTC ........101 100 000-3 8 3 without a defeat, although they .

, o Bill Markely of Pensacolakept !I I Knickelbine not to be outdone, Pensacola .. .102 001 OOx-4 4 1 didn't play this past week. MAD r ..t

". them well scattered. kept up his terrific hitting pace, Outcelt' and Knickelbine' Wallace brought the week's work to one 'JF
by retaliating) with a powerful : Maikely and Miller victory one defeat, after gaininga W
Resplendent' in their new uniforms I' home run in the exact spot as was McPherson ...001 010 100-3 9 1 9 to 0 forfeit from AM. The Marines

the NATTC men' broke themin Greengrass'' Jnickelbine scored NATTC .. .10 010 20x-7 9 3 now rests firmly in seventh'

,., right on the home fifld with a :, behind Duke LaHullier and Lou Knight and Hudson; Marinko- i place with 2 wins and 5 losses, one
'well played 7 to 3 vif tory over :,r Stillman, who had been aboard asa vichand Knickelbine.McPherson half game behind HM. Training

'II .Fort McPherson Army in the first'! I I' result of two errors on the part 310 010 002-7 7 7 kept among the pace setters! witha

of the two game series', and then of the Army. NATTC.. 512 300 OOx-11 5 6 15 to 2 win from AOMB. LIT 'k

.'I coasting! to an 11 to 7 triumph in I Keeping up the pace, the Raiders Casey McLean 131 Smith <(4) and walloped SAD by 14 to 1, in their % d, Nls3'

the second I after getting all their I'' scored a run in the second Hudson Sherdon (4): Ryan, Knick contest.In !! .
'1 :31 runs in the first four innings' two more in the third and crossed elbine and Swift 5l. American with a 7035 for each nine par
off the of I the tougher
offerings three Army I
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hurlers. League TEA and TCT were still
,, tied for the top slot with four Chief Scarboroughtoured
Mike Marinkovich had in Swimming Party To Highlight Ship'sCompany
things wins each. TDB was not far behind the course in 69 equallingthe
control the entire distance, spacing : Pro record and breaking the
I with three victories and no
nine hits!, fanning eight and allowing Swim Meet June 27thOn defeats as yet. Amateur. Sunday, Scarboruegh'

lone' tallies In only the third, came out to the course, "just foi fi
fifth and seventh frames. Speight your mark ready This past week's games found little sunshine" and while devour-
Second man up for the Army in I TCT downing: TAIj to 2; TEA "little sunshine" as he -
splash; And such will be the ing a aptly
the opening frame doubled] to left I I gooseegping: TSD 7-0; TOB tramp- ] puts it proceeded to bang outa
start of the NATTC Ship's Com- TSK 11 to 2 and TAI winninga
center died ling
; but on second as Tur- ,I 67, including four birdies and
Swimming Meet Water Carnival pair of games by; 11 to 5 from
ner grounded out to LaHullier and i pany only one bogie-this on the 440-
Grecngrass!! flied deep to Red Ryanin I and Swimming Party to take REVIEWBy TOA and 9 to 2 from TLT mark- I yard fifth\ hole.

right. The locals opened their place on the 27th of June at the ing itself as a team to bear watch- ''I The Chief owns the Seventh Naval -
half of the in a Mc- I! ing. TEB also won a forfeit game I
inning big
way. District Title and also boastsa
Lt. Arthur C. ChO I
indoor Swimming Pool, Bldg. 614 Buyer, from TSK by 9 to 0.
Nay walked, was forced out onLaHullier's I I'I I win over Chief Joe MacDonald
fielder's choice. Still- I' at 1900, as various divisions vie Whatever its weapons, the role The standings: I I the Inter-Service Golf> Titli t. His

man singled] LaHuliier to third, I! for points towards the Captain's of the Navy both in war and peace 'I NATIONAL LEAGUED 4 0 duties are with the Physical Training -

Stillman going! to second on the Trophy.The grows oua of our national policies. Division. here at NATTC.
Bake Shop 3 0
S .- -throw in.KTSH ., highlight of the affair, a I What are these national policies' 'I T 3 1
bins his first hit of
got and ballet
diving routine -
comedy today? They might be stated as HD 2.1
the day, suing these'! two men. I AOMSHORT
: will be presented by the members 2 2 I
and then was moved to second on :I of the' NATTCenter Varsity follows) : LIT
Tully's grounder. Collins brought I I Swim Team ((1)) The United States will main- HN 1 3
) Knickelbine in with clean! MAD 2 SHOTS
a singleto
Personnel are invited to bring tain its own territorial integrityand AOM "B" 1 2SAD
center but died on first as Ryantannf'd.
their because following the
guests I security, that of its possessions 0 3
The second frame found ,
'meet there will be a Swimming ,
its leased areas and trustee AM 0 5 By GLENN GOSS
McNay singling, stealing second, ,
i Party for couples and stags. Refreshments I LEAGUETEA i continuedon
and scoring on Arnold's double to''I and'music will be '' territories, and that of the other AMERICAN. I Salty'sOrdnancemen
fur-I' 4 0 their little Mieakby
merry losing
. -Bright center.' In the third Knickel I nished by the Welfare and American nations .in the Wesern 4 0 I the bitter' end of an 11-
TCT taking
bine got the first of the two triples .
ation Department.Rules Hempishere.' TOB 3 0 I 5 count, Friday afternoon in their
opening the inning with a
: ] for the meet' :
((21 We will participate in and TAI 2 1 contest with TAI. It seemed to
powerful clout to deep left but
1. National AAU Swimming
I TAF 2 2 btTOA'S bad day a. sloppy fielding -
was left stranded' as his mates support the United Natiina.
will be official.
; Regulations' !: 1 1 and accountedfor
could do no better than two fly' each division I We will enforce, in collaboration TEB sloppier hitting
I 2. Only one man from (3) 3
TOA 1 a god many of the runs. We
balls and strikeout.It ,
a will be entered in each with our Allies, the terms 3 I II
TLT 0. seem to be plagued this season
Knk>kebine) who
was again
the defeated I '
event. imposed on enemy
finally TSD 0 3 j with Texas Leaguers, because' the
started another small in th*
rally I I
I 3. A man can only enter' two states. TSK 0 3 last three games were nothing but
fifth with a walk scoring a mom- events! And one relay.' I To carry out these polities: the _
a series' of bloopers into short center -
ent later on Collins''! single. Knick- I best times United States must in I
4. In the Trial Heats I an emergency Wife: "John) will you match apiece and ]left fields. Under the ablecoaching
rlbine blasted hie second' triple to will be the' factor in placing men be in a position to control of silk for me on the way ,
of Brown the
right in tRe seventh to send Latttillmnn I in the' final heat. I those waters! which are essential' to home from work" ,I team is beginning to shape up into
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Air Raider Bantu At...... 5. National AAU Scoring Regulations I ur hemispheric security. For awhile Husband: "Oh. do you mean at i I something.' Let's hope it won't be
U AH R H 1'.... will be used before the last war, a large the counter where that very beau- I too long before we're back in the'. e 1* .7 11 U .319 6. If Trial Heats' are necessarythey part of our people believed that tiful blonde works ? The girl with "Black."
.!IIll IX 211 .277
2toltlm. !t
will be held' at 1700 27 June the great oceans made us safe. .
MeNe7, a, Jt 77 II 11 .nlW.IIe. the big soulful. *
a all II 1 U .211 1947. They believed) this despite' the fact \\'ife"On: second thought, IwotJ't TOA is winning recognition allover
<; rt ,9109 U U .UfI, 7. The following are the scheduled that North America had been invaded It's not fair
bother you. it seems, as we were ably
M.--, rf 11 40 10 II ,2u.
! ...'. If as 10 3 14 .11'7' events to be held' in the Swim- three times in the eighteenth for me to ask you to do errandsfor represented at the Royal Palms **
Ii .n.....", ., 4 11 1 I .182 ming Meet' : I century by naval fleets of sailing me after your day's work" the "Ape Man" our newest dan"-
. ib 11 40 a 7 ..176.SOU 1. Swim Meet: v(sels carrying armies. But now
V.IOW, II 11 I' 4 1 ing sensation. Beware, Fred As-
.. It,. prtr' 11. 3 7 .1IIt Pmlvshly the M.QlttmWt#9 !forynotirf tairt!
M4)ri1Sveieh. ; .. II 1. at 4 3 .143 ( ) 100 Meter' Breast Stroke.c have never' been truly effective MVM the e
5) __II 17 3 I 5 ..135ATTENTION. ( ) 100) Meter' Back Stroke.d barriers and that the security of )4'rtWtt e1Y'piles
one" that read: "I nn returning The Gunner' is breathing' easily
100 Meter Free Style.e our roasts and country demandsa
( ALL HANDS! ( ) (ftw paper, it fc w Ifff-n written m." one again as Mr. Sutton and Mr.
Free good Navy as well as strong
) 200 Meter' Style.If ,
The NATTCenter Model Railroad -- Turlington have resumed' their ()ldolnc.e
Club is in the process of C ) 150 Meter' Medley Reelay.Iff army and air force. Seaman: "I can't say why, but in the school.) Welcome' back:
The American are askedto
C ) 3 Meter' Diving. I
Anyone interested sort of I don't know Sirs
organization. I[ get a pain
hold fut to thelesaons, of war
(Ch) 200 Meter' Free Style Relay. .
meet at the Hobby Shop, Bldg. where. And it leaves me in a kind *
that this Nation
110 may never:
2. Water Carnival:
414 at 2000 Kri again be caught unprepaird."Tike >f---sort ot--well' Gulp's ,
(a) Comedy Diving.
4)S outstanding lesson of the Corpsman: "Here's' a prescripioj Class 40, have arrived. They are:.
The NATTCenter Model Airplane (b) Comedy' Ballet. *' Frc-; for I don't know what. Taket R. J. Green; D. T. Goodroe, B. V.Kobenka .
past! quarter century Navy
3. :
Club meets at the Hobby Swimminr Patty. rotary Forrrstal has said, "is that 1 don't know bow many times a R. K. Dobbins; R 1*

Shop Friday at 2000. All ro inbere j(a b)) Refreshments.c CouplAt' Stage the means to wage war must be day for I unit tell how long, and Wenrhenter; J. Leach and H. M.

and anyone bitertwted' are ( ) Music in the hands of those who halt rou'll be better I don't knoW Everhart, Jr. >Iav a nice time.

urged to attend. Ail hands are Invited to atten.. war" when" Jiuys.d .



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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 19 June 1947 .,

_ TIrEY CALL_ 'JEM_ _' 'm. _"' '," ___ .. Two More Wins Boost ...1

Fliers' SIDle To 26..8( ,

Trample Eglin rleid 21-0; Whip

Charleston For Second Time, 4-0 ,
o 1i

i i By Doug Crocket S2c ,

I I Displaying a revamped line-up that boasted both hustle ...

I and power, Ens. T. S. Ary, coach of the NAS Flier Base- ; ';:

II bailers, saw his charges blast out two wins in the past week, ....>t

the most auspicious victory being the 21-0 shellacking of ,.!,;;1,1 I

i the Eglin Field nine. I ::,

Unable to do anything with the ger in the eighth Ralph Christy,
smashing blows and speed of the converted from an infielder to a :;..;.:tf :
I Fliers, the Army boys felt even right fielder, also clubbed the leather :. !
worse with their bats stilled by to deep left for his first homer -i.;,

I i the brilliant hurling of Jack Seid- of the year. ..;
\ \' ') witz Seidwitz gave up only four The Fliers scored five runs in :',

j hits over the nine inning route, the first, one in the third, three in .t;

fanning nine ann: givingup only the fourth, four in the fifth, seven ;' ,
I three passes in the sixth, and one in the eighth. : ;:

I The hustling locals pilfered 15: In addition, their mighty bat ;
bases, and four of these thefts banged four Army hurlers from
ek were at home plate. Chief cause the mound. r
I of the visiting catcher's anguish Seidwitz was in trouble only .. r;

I was Wally Hages, who walked once when the visitors loaded the t.
four times and reached first once bases with two out in the first .
v on a fielder's choice in six trips, frame, but Nig Allen's stab ofI.. .
and stole five bases. Every time line drive checked the rally. il
the left fielder reached
: chunky "
Fliers 4, Charleston 0
I first base, he streaked to second
and made it hands down every The Arymen toppled the Charleston -
time. He topped off this display by Fleet Reserve nine for the sec 1
stealing home in the sixth inning. ond time last week when they "
I blasted the Reservists, 1-0, at )
The batting honors for the day
YOU C \X ARGUE all you want to with these guys but their decisions stick. Why: Well, they'rethe Charleston. J
went to "Buzzer" Hayes, who
umpires furnished by the Physical Training Department who the intra-mural Softball :
umpire I broke into the line-up for the first Johnny Sheffield gave up only .
I. games for both officers and enlisted men. The nine men include (front row, left to right) Jim De- time in well over a month. "Buzz" four hits in gaining his ninth victory I I
Groot, Gene Whitlock, Tovinitti, (back left to Tim Hurd.
"Jeep" : Perks.
raw right Harry Jim Mar- I blasted out four hits in six trips, of the season. Sheffield fanned J
tin, Evie Davies, Bill Kehl. and Johnny Fawlaski including a tremendous fourbagated eight, and nary a man reached
first W/ \
-- rm a gratla walk had
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WAVES On Rampage As They Smear Eglin Jax Tigers Face a inning two-hitter but eased going up n"tth enough last for 1

. home team to bang out two

Field WAC's 26-2 In Five-Inning Game Orange Park At hits.The is. Fliers seweu up the game in

Mainside Sun.With the fourth when they broke the lea
with a three-run rally Crane,
\ Pounding out 29 hits off I two wins under their belts, Hayes and Herford singled in

..x the offerings of three \Y AC ers, Ann Roulette had a perfectday Second Annual NAATC the NAS Jax Tigers will try to quick order and fast base running I

hurlers, the NAS WAVES hitting safely in her three make it three in a row Sunday gave them three runs and the ball I

wpn a lop-sided encounter ventures to the plate. Joan Paldeni j Skeet Shoot Slated !Park when nine they at meet Mainside.a strong The Orange colored the Crane seventh added when one he more walked tally -, (

from theV ACS of Eglin collected two doubles in her three stole second, and came in on Ary's
j diamond outfit won its first two
Field Monday afternoon on trips to the dish, and Betty Stan- For 11 July At NASPlans I starts by forfeits, but Is assured single. /'
the Power Plant diamond. ton and Mary Barker each bangedout '.f a top-flight encoutner this week. -- ----

26-2. A regularly scheduled singles in three appearances.The I are being made for the Coach Tommy White of the Ti-
WAVES will play a return second annual Naval Air Advanced gers will send Jimmy Wallace to Softball j
seven-inning game, the contest game with the WACS at a later Training. Command Skeet Shoot the mound Sunday to face the Or-

only went five cantos. date at their home field. which is scheduled to be held on ange Park outfit, and Murry Tur- STANDINGS JNA.TIONAI.
a Ruth LeVere was never in trou- In their loop game Tuesday the NAS Jax Skeet range, 11 July. ner is slated to see action behind .
ble after the first frame as she night, the WAVES defeated the Four teams are slated to take the plate. In the infield, the Negro
went the route to register her fifth highly-touted Jacksonville Ken. part in the meet. One five-man mentor will start Jim Plaskett at LEAGUE
straight Softball win of the cur- nel Club girls, 7-6 in a nine-in- team made up of officer and en- the hot corner sack, Bill Dineshat Won Lost \
rent season. She gave up the two ning stint The WAVES were lead- listed personnel representing each short, Joe Anthony at the key- Metals. Di"isiol\ Jot G f
runs in the first inning, but the locals ing, 6-3, going into the seventh activity may be entered. The nav- stone bag and Jack Pondexter at Flag. Unit )1) 4
came back in their half of the and last frame, but the Kennel al activities which have been invited the initial sack, to round out the CPU) u,1.: .
Initial frame to chalk up a trio of girls came through with three big to participate include NAS snappy infield. f:
nu ; :
markers and to take a lead which markers to tie the score. Banana River NAS Whiting Field, Jay Nickels Paul Pearson and \
Both outfits went scoreless in the NAAS Cecil Field, and the host Lenny Welcher are slated to startin Boathouse S S .
was never relinquished. Fire D.'partroent 4 J.
eighth, and in the top of the ninth Mainside outfit.Distinctive the outer gardens. These men Plant Divisloa Y 7iT7
Laddie and Butch Glo- \
Ruth LeVere set the Jaxons downin gold and silver med- are possessors of strong, whip- Division 1 11 \
ver belted out four base knocksfor AMERICAN LEAGUE
order. In their half of the ninth, als will be awarded to the cham- like throwing arms and have been
the winners and everyone Laddie Vladeff singled to lead off, pions. "High gun" officer and enlisted showing up well in practice. Won Lost I II
the WAVES line-up came through AltR Per.onnat Is( i
moved to second on a passed ball, personnel will have their White has a half dozen other Operations 10.
with a hit. LeVere, Glover, and
and stole third The Jax hurler i names engraved on Individual cups.A men who are on the utility list. ,I VO ATU No. I S SMelnside
Vladeff each collected four for five loaded the bases with two walks Per Cn".1 4 15
trophy will also be awarded to They include W. Pearson at short,
trips to the plate, and Barb Supply 4 15
and then Betty Kennison sent a the winning team. Individual Jack Foster, another top hurler; Naval Hospital 7 I f
Jones, Herm I
Wright, Margaret
scorching grounder to deep short brassards will be presented to all Jake Lester, catcher; Perry Wat- VA ATU No.4. II
Rump, Ellen Messer, Betty Ken- and Laddie scored on the play to the contestants participating in the kins, outfield; and Harry Walkerat Parachute Lor' 4 a.
nison, and Jenny Peacock each first. Marines 4
skeet shoot. the first base
post. inspection t 11
banged out three bingles for five It was the third straight triumphof --
visits to the dish. the WAVES in the Girls City

For the game but luckless los- League. Comdr. Piium, Flier Cage Mentor, !I

Sports ShortsIron Varsity SoftballSquad's Initial I To ,Attend' Line School At AewnkIi .-.

Man Joe McGinnity, famous By BILL KEIIL, S2c from the University, Comdr. Sent To Pensacola ,

pitcher of the New York Giants, Till PostponedInclement Comdr. Ray Pflum, who led this Pflum moved on to Illinois Teen First stationed at NAS P nst}- ( )
not only won two games in one I where he did some advance work
weather kept NASJax's cola, Pflum stayed in the basketball '
year's Jax Fliers to one of their -
trick three timesin 'I
but did
day, Softball nine from going into in the field of engineering spotlight by being a player-
the month' of August, way back action last Friday night, but the most successful cage sessions in I Started On Career coach with the Goslings He directed -
I in 1903. the of the station will leave
Fliers were slated to meet NARTU history Before really settling down to them through a fine season, ending -
-the i last night under the arcs in a City next week for Line School at New- the field of engineering, he played I it by copping the Southeast-
Max Carey of the Pirates base-stealing League encounter in town. port, Rhode Island. The Fliers cop- basketball with the Schue'slerAthletic i I ern A.A.U. championships, and "*-**
f specialist twice in 53 times was The softballers have been work- ped the Florida State Championship I Club which went to the I advancing to the quarter-finals at '
caught only 1922 .' ing out nightly under the directionof and, under his tutoring were semi-finals in the National A. A. U. 1! Denver, losing to the eventual
during season. Chief Robert Beaudreau and rated as one of the outstanding ,at Kansas City in 1933. The following champions in the second round

; I coach with have been fast rounding into hardwood outfits in the South and.I m I I9' I I Then came the war and more '
Hank Gowdy, now a < ,
k i I shape for their twice-weekly tilts Southeast. duties for Pflum were in the mak I
cool .545 for
: the Giants, batted a '
the Boston Braves in the 1911 which will be played in the City Comdr. Pflum has been a popu- \ ing. He was the Commanding Of- t
4. League. lar sports figure at NAS Jax dur-' flcer of a Coronado squadron, PB- ,
World Series n' ,
Mentor Beaudreau was going to ing his tour of duty, for not onlyis 2Y3, later commanded a Privateer

Grover Cleveland Alexander won start Daryl Shaw on the hill and he a top-flight cage mentor, but 1. .. squadron, and was at Iwo Jima ..'
Doug Roberts behind the plate, butit one of the finest golfers to send "" 'I. when the war ended. He had
25 in his first as a Oar
f games year '
was learned late yesterday that the small white pill down the fair- served 31 months overseas duty ,'
major leaguer and this wa* with leave )
Shaw had departed on annual and was sent to NAS Jax where
the Phillies, and now the softball coach will ways.Started Early In Sporty he became the head of Multi-En- .

STRIKER probably start either Martinez or The Commander's favorite hob gine Training. "
Hoffmyer another Marine hurler."WHITEHAT" by is sports and he has been following Comdr Pflum holds the Navy 1.

% --- GOLF I that very hobby since his Cross, five Air Medals, four Distinguished .'
high school days at Tilden Tech in Flying Crosses, and a ':'
UP IN TWO WEEKSIn for basketball and baseball.He flight time is 8,800 hours. f,.. \ 1",
t't just two weeks, nearly 50 then went to the University Took Over Flier Ruins' '. ,'i
"white-hat" links men, some of Illinois where he earned All- Last season, before the hoop I. J
,t \ with big ideas and the others I. American honors for his superb sport got underway, Comdr. Pflum ,
: ,t just bent on having a good playing in the hoop sport. At Illinois .u f7-: was asked to take over the duties '
time, will uncover their clubs he wart a four-letter man, aa head cage coach. He did so, directing I
I Ii and take their places on the fir- earning letters in basketball, base- season he signed with the the team in hit off-dutf' '
Ing line when the station's an- ball, track, and golf. On the hard- Oshkosh All-Stars, the national pro hours. He was never assigned the .
nual "White-Hat" Golf Cham- wood he was an outstanding guard, champs in 1934: and 1935. He play- i duty as coach but took over the
Tournament will get on the diamond he turned out to 3d regular guard for a season and I I worrisome duties of cage mentor
be a cracker-Jack outfielder, and a half before entering the Navy in I] in his spare time. ,
More information about the in the cinder: sport he threw the January of 1936. I I I I He had a rough time picking a

tourney will be In the Air News javelin He left the Navy in 1939 to fly I. team of men which might be separated

,. .. next week. Right now plans are At Illinois he majored in civil with Eastern and Pan-American at any time, but by flooring
still being made for the affair and aeronauUcal engineering and Airline but returned to the naval a quintet which turned out to boHO

which will be held on the station was a member of two honorary engineering service ia December 1910 when I I outstanding;, Comdr. Pflum
I golf course, frat rl Uea, Tau Beta PI war cloud were .gathering in Europe marked himself U A.real coach and
,and< Chi Ejvrtlon, After Jtw grad+l- smart athlete

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