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, Complete Transfer Of ATU's Frolu Banana River Today

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t Vol 5-No. 15 ..: -< -, 14 July 1947

;1. Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 7th Naral District

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'Captain. Schlumacher Succeeds

I Gapt. Hopkins As Cm 0. Of TTC


Two Squadrons Former Skipper At Yellow

:Moved To Jax, -r ,. Water Takes Over TodayCaptain

One To Cecil a + '
, L Jules F. Schumacher will assume command of

: Tt-;uiaiei: !' of three squad"JI\i :* ., t the Naval Air Technical Training Center here today, succeeding -

from NAS Banana Hive! Lu Captain Howard V. Hopkins who is. being detached

i the Jacksonville area is expected for I duty as Chief of Staff for the Naval Air Technical Train-

: to be completed today I:1g: Command Memphis, Tenn.

with the arrival of the remainder Formal l change of command. ceremonies were scheduledr l

of th Martin: Planner y .> CSOO this morning at an All -
Finds Inspection to be held east
training: unit, it was an- $ ""f Bldg. 500 the NATTC Admin-
nounced yesterday by Naval ,.nntion: Building b t4,

Air Advanced Training Command The new commanding officer

official i Im's, : to NATTC from the Naval
Completion of the move tiomBanauji An Gunnery Range at Yellow Water 'fir edP b .
River which is scheduledto where he was in charge for ex'Captain
close down on 1 August, con the past year, He )is a graduate of
oentrites all advanced training in the Naval Academy at Annapolis.
this locality with the exception of Class of 19.17 i
training in land-based multi-en- During his 20 active year ot
gind bombers at Whiting Field service, Captain Schumacher grad
Milton, Fla : uated from the Torpedo and Submarine -

ATU VF No 2, which trains students I Schools at New London
in F6F Grumman Hellcats. Conn served aboard the submarineS31
i3 now based at NAAS Cecil Field, i saw duty as Asst. Damage
ATU VA No, 5. torpedo bomber Control Officer aboard the USS
Maryland, and as As t. District I
squadron using Avengers and ,,
ATU-MS. No. 10 the Mariner trainIng Communications Officer for the ,
unit, are now based here at i 8th Naval District at Pensacola.
NAS Jacksonville' In 1935; he entered the aviation
: branch of the'Navy and as an aviator -
In addition to the and I
planes j I '
served with the Black Cat'I
about 250 student pi-1
its Commu- -
Eombing Squadron as
lots, 100 instructors, and about 700 I I J. F. :SchumacherKamakazi !
...... nications Officer Navigator Flight
enlisted and their families --
men Officer and, finally, as Executive attacK' .
have moved to Jax because of the Captain Howard \'. llopkin ,
.. Officer I From June 1915. to August,
transfer of the -- --- --- ---- I
In the 1916 he was Commanding Officer
war years Captain Schu-
These type planes are not new to I o4 the USS Onslow and was then
SIX ACTIVITIES WILL COMPETE) HEREIN macner served as Officer in Chargeof
the here. NAS Jackson-
runways the Power Plant Division of the named Officer in Charge of the
ville served as a base once before Ground School at Pensacola, as Naval Air Gunnery School :at Yellow
for TBM and TBF training and 7TH N. D. SOFTBALL SEMI-FINALS I Judge Advocate of the 8th Naval Water.
f'artm: Mariners flown from
were I District for General Courts Mar- Captain: Hopkins reported hero\
the St Johns River last summerin tials helped commission the Naval last year from Pensacola wherehe
connection with the aviation indoctrination By Bill Kehl S2c Air Station at Corpus Christi, Texas was attached to the staff of
of the Naval Academy. Chief of Naval Air Technical
organized and established Instrument -
graduating! class As a prelude to the Inter-District Softball Champion- Flight Training Coursesas Training, He replaced Captain
--s.Bingo ships and the All-Navy competition, six crack softball squads Commanding Officer of the Ford N. Taylor.

will fight it out under the arcs at the Power Plant diamond I Mam Station at Corpus Christi, as | Also a graduate of Annapoli'i,
Profits At Air Officer of the U.S.S. Block Class of '24, he, too, has! had along
this month to earn the right to meet the South Florida win- I'
ner now being decided at Key West. The victor in the North- Island, and as Executive Officer of [ and active career.
Anchorage Will Go the US.S. Salamana on which he Upon completion of training :it
South struggle will be crowned champions of the Seventh I was slightly wounded during a I (Continued on Page 6)PS )
To Station Nursery Naval Districtand will represent7th
N D, in the Inter-District meet JUNIOR SWIM CHAM7I I II
To give financial assistance tow which is also to be staged at the .
tv '. NAS Nursery, all the prof- local diamond. :. '::lJ:
t next Wednesday's Bingo at i iuchorage The eventual winner in the Inter- I", '"'
District will 4 :, :,,
r < will be turned over > competition move on I >
Navy Wives Club for use to the All-Navy Softball Tourney
A Nursery, it was announced the site and date of which is yet 1
'" .,..1Y"t4ie to be determined. There is a possibility 1J
Bingo will be run off in the that the West coast might
usual way starting at 2000 and draw a bid for the championshipsto ..
the special game for the radio will be played out there, but several
still be played. A further attrac- naval activities along the East
tion will be the final game which coast are also bidding for the
will hive a $25.00 jackpot In the tourney site. It is fairly certain + .
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I Why Did This Happen To Me 4 ,lYt'S,I'

Moan Sailors Facing Tests I : J : !

It, U .)t stamen. petty of- helpless[ resignation ml rtttirn 4 ,,,,:ii .
flt"'I" .rt.l I chiefs, accustomed to their gaze to the papers strewn 11 i:IvY,
w ",.\1ti" with ordnance and radiog front of them--abs(>nt-Cllltld I,*III'." !
\' 'p H ru( aircraft engines, are chewing on a pencil. ., s- _
'1 : I lu'ir most difficult assIgn- Its all part of the rru) iai" L a i't f yL
,Iii.i I' the war during this bring service records up to Jutbeing >
I !Ir'Xtily conducted by the station E, I Iucation 1-
I"'': Office The test, [giv; \ :it Q I
,... -tI{ ar.i. that men areifindingtt the Main Galley, begin: TII" t Ii'.
tough gang when they come and will continue into next wren
fa*: lu fire: with (of all things) Many of the marks received by -5-- i1 t

','II'r r il classification Tests Hav- personnel when they first came ., .5 \
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-tUart>ened their pencils (andtheu' into the Navy failed to be entered I 1 I
my wiU too), there's an abund- in service records, leaving page';-. I 4t)1''r111il It.V I'S, r'uni r ; I h, ill ; .,'tnnnuiiR'i : /, i 11 i fl'' i h i ; 'I") I i IUIII' ,, v, .t"- itvin i an'o tf lad scratching, ear tug. 4A and 4B incomplete Only persons Will c' ''l1p.tcd, I ill th' chd'lrrn'< .; SVMH mini, I 1'>11111'1"i ." 11'1,( lint> fhll'i ; ,Iiv,, tt tll' *.)jII""I'" i .* ( luh' ami
ging and ohm striking as they whose marks are not in thpll'l'ecIrclil Winni' I h.' [it .l.1 ('lip ....1.1111.11<1.. wuuirI i n. n -iU""'n -.11.i.r 'ni i ""I' ,pt t : v vtth 1 ih. WIII''I.i i s ti' ,mi tho
attt tnh>r i I.) answer the questions at prC''i''I1t[ will 19ke (the 'I O" Club III UK I"ill i row 'TIh'V .are p'tUJ.j! I WJlh I I.' (f..l 'v i h: tilt I :iii'' i ;aid( Itan"i h.'rli who
put bl.tI"i i' tlii-m Sonic time** they test limi'lli-d I tile e'td""lj, t iL the (Iwo poolli'nmi, i rnw I..f 1I i i I I r"t "i C-Cimsli< Maude) Tullev Barb
took up ft ,m their papers, gaze The lajiilVatiou' lA. ,nto the eyes of another hapless: duplicates of the fines taken in hoot Beverly fHiiwui MHI' y ft'1 flout''41' MAI, Y dn" p"1" n,ni. .'. t h... a < .*:lant J .y,'e iCitig and Ooren
carnine'; -.hrug their shoulders m (Continued on Page II) Hall J

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iwo JAX AIR NEWS 10 1947

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THE COMMISSARY : : \ InterDistrictSwim
STORE which reopened

icttntly long shutdown after for a month-inventory r : : j'C. Meet Here

and improvementsis r:

savings housewives once to again thrifty In addition offering Navy, ; I 31 July-1 Auk

many hard-to-get items
are back on the shelves The huge NASNATTC indoor .

Typical of the reductions pool will be the scene oi
are the following examples '
the Inter-District Swimming'
: Her hey's Choco-
late Syrup lie (usually Championships on 31 July and

35 to ISO): Butter 61c 1 August which will serve all

per pound; Bread, lie a ,<,. a preliminary to the big AI .
loaf: Kleenex, 13c a box: j
Meet scheduled
Navy here
DDT Bug Bombs!, $1,85 "
'($2. 0 E'lst'wht"reh'e: from 21 through August,

Cream, 20c a pint Simi- it was announced this \\eek.This .
lar bargains are available l
A,_ curtain raiser to the Navy
on cookies. {cokes canned : wide tourney is being held amongthe

soup. baby foods, Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth
find many other items Naval Districts with NAS and 4 1

I I NATTC Jax acting M co-hoots, It r

W. ),j J-r "' '9ItAA'r'--...IL'Jln 1U brings swimming back to the local (
: i Ij sports scene with a splash
The trials and heats of the In

ter-district swimming championships
will be held at 1000 on 31'
July and 1 August! with the fittfe
coming off in the evening at 2 M
The winners in the finale willTTO
eligible to compete in the All.

j O Entries from the Seventh Naval
y4 #'' District number 23 with 11 from

NATTC Jax, seven from Sub Bane
Key West, and five from Mainoide.
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District Eight has entered a
total of 40 men, the largest group
coming from NATB Pensacola
where 13 are listed. NATTC Ward

Island Texas, has 10, and NAS
Whiting Field and NATB Corpus
Christi have nine and eight contestants
entered respectively The
Ninth District has centered even'

Medals will be awarded to the

first three places, and a trophy will
h J be presented to the winning team
Each contestant In this meet will

Latest Of American Warships Are receive a disinctive emblem whtth-:
Type er he wins or not.

Three of the men who have b<,'"n
entered by Mainside's swim me' -
Fitted Out With Rocket-Firing DevicesWASHINGTON tor, Lt. Paul J. King, are LtW .

Silverthorne, Ed Fiester II''d

(AFPS) The plosives of a much more damaging Naval experts are convinced baa Joe Popovich. All three recent! !y
unfinished battleship Kentucky, an I nature. Possibility that the J'ockI I I es within 500 miles of the enemyare : competed in the Florida A.A.U.
Iowa-class dreadnaught, and one ets may be equipped with atomic : essential, and to get. them I meet in which Jax placed third.
Alaska-class battle cruiser have I warheads has not been discounted : the use of carriers is t-1'Jential.' : ; Silverthorne, tabbed as one of the I
HI.. \ ( iupi>(Toni, ACMM been equipped with a primaryarmament These facts forecasting adventof I Dr. Bro ie's report reveals the finest divers in this area, will vie
I for divinghonors.. Fiester will race I
of rocket-firing devices push-button warfare were dis.-
This column 01 will on Navy is taking steps to protect its in the 50
: torn go and 100 yard free style I II
instead of big guns. closed by Dr. Bernard Brodie, a ships from atomic attack. Light
and on It has neither beginning, I events, as will Popovich.
of the of Inter-
I Details of the new weapons remain member Institute structures above decks must be
middy end, but who naval The rockets national Studies Yale I Events which will be held on I
or cares- a secret University, strengthened and there must be 1
31 July include the 1500 meterswim
while not as large as the German following a study of naval progressin :
out with all
as It
as long gives sufficient barriers in flues to prevent 200 meter free 100
the dirt about the chiefs. And V-2, are reported to contain ex- meeting the threat of atomic
I atomic blasts from wrecking I meter backstroke, and 200 mrtcr
besides, the pen is mightier than war boilers below deck, his report said. 'I breaststroke. On 1 August are the
the sword how( did that get in Six ActivitiesContinued Writing in the Bulletin of the Another problem facing naval 400 meter free style, 100 meterfree
here ?) : Anjhoo, the turnout Atomic Scientists, Dr. Brodie revealed tacticians is a way to protect I I style, 600 meter free style, and the
for the 4th of July dance was ( from Page 1)) the conclusions of Adm. crews when radio-active seawater : 300 individual medley The thrt"e'I''I
great, and the fancy dress of some ChE'sterV.. Nimitz and other sen- finds its below deck. I meter j
NAS Jax will not try to secure the way It was springboard diving event
people was out of this world Of tourney because of the All-Navy ior Naval officers regarding warfare suggested that a spare crew be will also be held on the last day.
the of the bottleof of tomorrow.
course, winner Swim meet which will be held here carried in auxiliary fleets, ready to
champagne (small) was, and According to naval v
21-23 August. present move in when atomic exposure dis-
could be, none other than Mrs. the next two three GIANT-CARD TWIN
Six Teams Entered thinking, or ables men of any fleet unit.
Audrey Stephens, wife of ACMM decades will not much
Stephens (natch, huhVish The six teams which have en- see changein The Navy; also plans to abandonits BILL ON WPDQ
the basic tasks of wartime
those of you who werent there tered the tourney for the right to large-scale amphibious attacks Local sports followers of the
fleet Most experts have concluded -
could have !seen her. The winner of be claimed as the northern sector Dr. Brodie's declared such as occurred at Normandy and I national will
report ,
the case of beer (Schlitz) was Bill champ include the host Mainside that sles in North Africa. Naval plannerssee have a chance to listen to a big
Shanley, CAP, for his wearing of group, NATTC Jax, NARTU, super-sonic guided mi the need for wide spacing of' league twin bill Saturday afternoon -
of 5.
a barrel with tieA) half case' Naval Hospital, Cecil Field, and capable ranges up to 000 ships, both afloat and shore-based when the powerful New
of beer went to ACM Chisholm i Green Cove Springs As a resultof miles are a long way off Scientists Such a move would necessitate York Giants play host to the

(manager of the famous Green',' the drawing held Monday, believe revolutionary discov- ships remaining at sea for periOds up-and-coming St. Louis Cardsat
Jax will Cecil Field, eries in both propulsion and atomic of four to
NATTC play months
Dragons)) for his swell costume of six or longer the Polo Grounds.
a Maharaja Lt.l's have more Naval Hospital will clash with fission fields would be necessary to Dr. Brodie disclosed that the Jack Cummins popular sports
NARTU, and Green Cove Springswill accomplish the required results! for Navy is working toward the
dances like that, /shall we? goalof broadcaster in Jax, will recreate -
fight it out with the local push-button warfare. ship propulsion by atomic fuel the twin bill with the first
will be
A FAST ONE -- Bingo During the interim period, while
Mainside nine. To obtain additional Informa- encounter slated to get under-
played every Tuesday. Come on Each team will have to win two present naval equipment is being tion concerning the Navy in age at 1245 The station is ?
up and win a pile of dust1"BY !!! advance modified to meet threats of war way ,
order to
out of three games m of atomic warfare, experts will WPDQ, 600 on the dial This is
THE \\'AY-Just in case to the semi-finals and fin- just short of the push-button conflicts travel to Bikini this summer to inspect one of a series of broadcast 1 I
somebody reads this column be-I als, and this part of the tourney forecast for the future, the the sunken warships and WFDQ this season and the fi h'i 11 i
sides i ourself, that Pett-after must be completed by 28 July Navy is concentrating on bigger make other tests for radIOlogical doublehca l i II
Herbie Abrams' rating was supposed The local winner will meet the and stronger carrier fleets I ,.ffe< tsStudies .
10 be Petting .H'"' .you' "" .'.. I champion irom Key West in"_ A'_ I __. ___ ______ u _. __ ____ ._ __ __ .... .\
forgotten, it's Chief "Petting" Officer two-out-of-three game series here i
I 31 July through 2 August. At Key Navy New Plane Lighting

CHIP SHOTS-Make! this a "Be West, where the tournament is now

A Shipmate Week', you guys with underway, there are 36 teams competing -

automobile, and pick up those One of the three loop To End Pilot Confusion AI Night :
people going to work in the A.M, : champs to be crowned will represent -

They won't dirt & your car, weprumil'lt' ,, South Florida in the 7th N. D. SEA-A young student pilot

Travelling by shank championship round. flying over the Texas desert cracked SEp
mare is rough. I Awards To He Given up his plane one night. He walk
I District I
PERSONALITIES H. Ellis)) To the ed away from his craft to relate
softballs anda
COM, and Marge Knowles went crown will go gold The that he had been trying to join up .
and did it-all the way to Folks- handsome 24-inch trophy. with an oil truck. He thought the

ton, too Bob Torres, ACMM, runner-ups silver of softballs the tourney)) for will their receive truck red tail light was the por'
and Becky Martin will ankle it in ,wing light of another plane.
showing. The winners of the Inter-
November after his present ties District championships will receivea This is the type of accident the

are broken ( From the frying large team trophy and each I Navy seeks' to eliminate through
pan into the fire) CPhoM Ed member will be awarded."a. sold tests being carried out at Naval

Patterson, Station Photo Lab, and belt buckle, engraved with a blue Air Material Center Philadelphia a
, wife have been Joined by an heir "N" and a softball figure Therunnerups Pilots have been known to flv
When June 30th, and he was 7 will receive silver belt formation on a star. Others hav'esurvivt'd

Ibs., 2 oza, too. Mom and the buckles with the same design. crashes to say they
are doing fine. Cigars are in couldn't distinguish'! between
lnt S
I Official V Naty
order, right, Eddie ? ? ? ? Doris Inter-District championshipswill ground lights and the lights of '
Goodman down from Pittsburgh to be held under the lights! at the other planes TUREE-QtT ARTER stern view of experimentally-lighted plane

see her man, Paul Myers, CPhM local diamond on 12-13-14 August. For the pilot in one plane, the I' illuminated lucite oiillininjc the tail and wing tips to chow JMM" inc

Must be love! The winner at Jacksonville, the lighting on another must accomplish plane would<< appear to a pilot flying in close formation.. _

HAVE YOU NOTICEDSomeof victor at New Orleans, and the two things: It must not result -
the ciwle duds on some of our champion at Great Lakes will vie in confusion of the plane with the system of flashing lights used In addition to its work with outside -
people Like Barney Barnum'snew for the top honors in this meet something else, and it must indicate by commercial airplanes illumination, the Navy is testing
hat! That Cholly Lipke, Each team must win two out of I instantly and clearly the direction The Navy has found that rows several forms of red and ultraviolet -
ACMM, finally made the trip in three contesest to advance along of flight. of light overcame the "autokinctic lighting for panel boards and
his pile of nuts and bolts "all the the line One method of accomplishing illusion' -th* misconception which cockpit interiors to eliminate
from Miami," and with his these, now being tested is the in- results from looking at a single "night blindness" In pilot Red and

way family* Or how Chief MadiHon Win I AFPS) A woman stallation! of bars! of illuminated point of light in darkness' Rowsof ultraviolet light, being on the opposite
CMM, cooks "grits', for Hammy I was arrested three times In two lucite in the wing tips, rudder light also add to the distinctiveness end of the color spectrumfrom
Hamric, CT, on Sunday after i days on charges of intoxication and tail. Another is the direct illumination of the plane and permit the white light, do not upset the
noona. ? What'Ba dope Hammy you The 1ude advised her to abide by of parts of the plane. A observing! pilot to easily discern dark-adaptation of a pilots eyes.
ixo can cook" ? t her name HIJe Drinkwater third involves' further study of changes 1.) its direction when he checks his Instrumentsuge

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10 July 1947 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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WAVES Cling To ; ::fi'TI : >. :: .". ."


Undisputed LeadIn II I I I

IMQLKS ; City LeagueRunning .

their victory skein to

six straight, the WAVES droppedthe (

Springfield nine, 8-1, Tuesday
night at the Stadium to hold onto I
an undisputed lead in the Girl's j

I City Softball League j

Ruth LaVere gave up eight hits

over the seven inning route, but

brilliant fielding on the part of the

outfielders held the Springfieldoutfit I

o d i if to one lone tally which was
< < r scored in the last frame. MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
The WAVES rang up a duo of
runs in the first inning, two more I 'MOVIE: We*>kdas-1730 and 2000( ; werk-rnJ 130: and 2000. |
in the second, and ended their scoring 1'IWltSUA
spree with four markers in the I "SOUTH OF PAGO PAGO," starring Victor McLaghsn.FRID4Y .
f third frame to take a lead which
was never overtaken BARN DANCE, Smiley Smith ani HU Southern Serenader" ,
Hermania Rump led the hitting Starts at 2030.
attack for the locals as she knocked SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
out three consecutive singles in "NEW ORLEANS," with Arturo DeCordova.,
her three trips to the plae. Not far MONDAY
'c. ti
behind was Butch Glover and Ida "JEWELS OF BRADENBURG" featuring: Richard Travis,
Free who each garnered a double TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
and single for three visits to the "MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION," starring Irene Dunne ,and Rob-
I Ii i dish.The art Taylor. '
undefeated gals will try to TIIUKM V .
i make, it win number seven tonight "SPORT OF KINGS." with Gloria Henry.
I when they meet their arch league
rivals, the Greyhound Girls under JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
Canine Pet Of Station WAVES the lamps at La ckawanna Park. ..
i Game time is 2000 THURSDAY AND FKtllAY ">
They will leave for Pensacola "MOSS ROSE," starring Victor Mature.S.ATU1IIAY .
Describes A 'Dog's Life' HereBY Saturday morning where they will
play a set of games: with the "SPORT OF KINGS" with Gloria( Henry
I SCI I EN LEY "GUNFIGHTERS." featuring Randolph Scott..
, (As Told to Ruth Dobion) Beauty Shop Now MONDAY: AND TUI'SUAY *"* ,,

I've been here I !"NEW ORLEANS, ," starring Arturo DeCordova..
You must have seen me around. probably Offering Lower \\ED.\KsDAY:

longer than you have. I live At Bldff. 722 and my phone is I I Priced Permanents "JEWELS OF BRADENBURG" with Richard Travis:

ext. 361 in case you're interested. Yep, I live with the New economy permanent waves
,WAVES have ever since I've been here except for a few''i are now being offer ..d patrons of OTHER EVENTS

months when I stayed with my WAVE pharmacist-mate the Ships Service Beauty Salon It
was announced by Miss Johnson, DINGO PAU1Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
the But I prefer the mixed at
Friends at hospital. group :
Although the shop will AllILCTIC GEAR Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and
Bldg 722, yeoman, machinist'smates I I like a puppy. And you should see I continue to give the more expensive Mu3tm Road 1000-1130:: and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room, top.
storekeepers, etc. I have< me chase squirrels. I caught one type of waves it is expectedthat side Bldg 726, 0300-1700 on work days. e
the run of the barracks but spend' once, but that was: because it was the new lower-priced permanents i MODEL AlIin.VNK SHOP---Room 4, Bldg. 913, open 1200-2100.
most of my time in the lounge : a tame one and he forgot to run. I will prove popular with the Club meets at 1900 Fridays.
where I can see what comes and i.. Mot of the time I chase them for customers I I MODEL RACE {'.\It t'LIB-Room 3, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1900
I'd be than I The new low-priced machinewave
sport. more surprised
goes with them. I.1. anyone if I really caught one. I will cost from 57.50 to $10.00, I FndarilOTOGKAPm. ('LI'U-Room 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1900
There was a time when I resented the machineless from $8,50 to I Fridays
I My other amusements and activities -
.... these guests in the lounge because I consist of going all over I $12,50. and the cold waves from liO>\LING-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building
they were men. I don't care : the base with my friends, the I i $3.50 to $12.50. I No. 3. Allots open from '1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 17002100 -
for the male two-legged species atc WAVES, to the pool, although I I The shop is open for appoint- I Saturdays and Sundays. -
all myself but since most of my I don't go in the water (just drink ments from 0800 to 1630 daily. UOXLTsG For Information regarding: workouts, contact Lieut.
WAVE friends seem to find them lit I ), to the movies, basketball or.. Late appointments may be made I: Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Malniide Mat after
with them for the convenience of those who
agreeable, I put up
baseball games, automobile riding, I I 1500.
while they are in the company of playing golf, bus riding, or just : work.: Both WAVES and depend- MAlNslDE LOUNG&-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
a WAVE. Otherwise I just ignore I hiking with them to their places ents may use the facility. the South wing of Building NI). 935; ; Is open to NAS personnel and
them. I remember one time whena .: of work. The administration build- their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding reception
sailor brought a WAVE up to ing is like a second home to me "0 ciUir/ by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho
the door after a date and kissed .. I've spent fco much time there nograph available for use of all hands.
her. I thought that was going too and I have a speaking acquaintance L1HRAK1'-Located on second dX: Malnside Recreation Build.
far, so I bit him in the leg. But to with several captains, com- f/U/ ing No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday( through Fuday. Saturday
this modern generation seems manders, lieutenants and even a from 1100 to 1630.( Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
accept such practices, so now I Just I few ensigns The latter mostly be- It you came to the dance atthe SN'1MMlNG-outdoor( pools* Daily :Monday through Saturday0800 .
turn my head and Ignore them. I cause student officers now live club Saturday night of Decoration I to 1900; Sunday-1200 to 1900. ,
The WAVES have very good : next door to Bldg. 722 and It's' Day week-end lastMay GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sunday -
chow. I sample some at each meal. only polite to be neighborly. I you know what good mu- from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
I have to watch my figure like the'i I wouldn't want anyone to think : sic is in store for you when II trunks prohibited on Golt Course.
rest ot the girl, so I don't indulge I was sponging on the Navy I feelI Dick Ra/ikin and his orchestra l'IIOItAGI'-Op daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
too much unless we have steak earn my way. All night long I return Saturday July 19th, to "*id3 and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
or chops, or liver. And if I get keep a sleeping watch in the play for our.July Dinner Dance. I Field.
hungry in between meals. I can always -I WAVES lounge and I sleep with Those who went away for Memorial I I, TENNIs-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training -
go into the barracks and get I one eye open, so to speak. Then I I Day will have a chance I Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustm and
a dog biscuit. I! patrol the WAVES area at inter- | to hear why the rest of us have I Yorktown Roads). )
And now I'm going to let you in vals during the day and bark like been raving about the marvelous AKCIILKV: -Club, located in Bldg 899, open daily from 1800
on a secret ),[y name actually is H-- (loh, excuse me> like every- orchestra that played for to 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
not Schenley. but Gwendolyn. thing when strangers appear I the Shipwreck Dance.. Admission -I I Everyone welcome.
That' what was written on my license also never miss an inspection and, for the evening of the Din- UltSt'HY-Spon30red by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 1101.
certificate But somehow the may I state right here, I would ner Dance wilt be Jl per couple Hours: Monday through Friday-0700 to 2100; Saturday-O700 to
atory got around that I indulged I. like there to be more music at ': Dress will be optional. : 0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents
too> much In some liquor of a certain inspections. The reason I lie down Changing the subject quite for each additional child; Card -J7 for one child; $2 for each addi-
brand and acted slightly inebriated sometimes is that we muster so abruptly, we would like to ask i tkmal child; Daily (for working mothers)-$1 from 0700 to 1800.
and since that time I I I early that I am tired of shifting the cooperation of those adult -- -- -
have been known as Schenley. I ; around and just standing by the I swimmers who act as guardians .
its a much better name, the time the inspection actually of children using the pool in .1 Bingo Dr. J.1
av, More character. I gins be'I'I complying with the House Rule !
jnk everybody wants to Oh well, everybody in the Navy I which requests that children vacate I (Continued from Page 1)) (Continued from Page! 1))
where I came from and how gripes to some extent. I am really the pool between 1700 and i jackpot game, only five numberswill camp, will be given to approximately -
am Well I am a lady, and very attached to the Navy and its : 1800 so that those who have I be called. 2,000 men at a rate of almost -
"';' -,' s.4: does not reveal her past or female members, and I even overheard i :oesn in offices all day may havea 130 a day
('tlll her age to just anybody ButI I the WAVE 000 state that chance to swim. The pool is For those who have never sat Included are the General Classification
will say this, that if you figureone I in her opinion I should be rated, I getting so crowded, particularly I in on the weekly games it was I Test Arithmetic Test,
year of a dog's life to seven I perhaps, as DOG, first class! over the week-ends, that it behaves I pointed out that all but two are 5 Clerical Test Mechanical Aptitude
of a person's life, then I am probably all of us to be consideratein I cent a card games. In additionto << I..I Test, Mechanical Knowledge (me-
1 for the radio,
older than anyone on thi! SOUGHT AFTER our use of it. the 25-cent game chanical) Test, and Mechanical
I Bookkeeper: "I'll have to havea : there will be one 10-cent game. electric) Test.
base, and please remember to treat Back to evenings and dancingthe Knowledge (
me with proper respect. People raise, boss Three other companies cash drawing for some I Prizes offered each week include The tests will be graded on an
comment on my hair turning grey i are after me." lucky club member is up to $175 electric toasters, irons, electric IBM machine and results will not
but just remember that because I| Boss: "Izzat so? What companies for next Saturday night. As fans Ronson cigarette lighters, be known for at least three weeks,
there is snow on the roof doesn't ?" we've said before, "You just I fishing rods and reels, mean that the fire is out inside. I Bookkeeper: "Light, water and can't afford to sta> away." waffle irons, percolators and sports So. if you happen along anyone
Yes, sir, sonvtlm s T rnvort around gas" -- ---" shirts. i I mumbling to himself don't yell for
.I an ambulance and have him carted
off to the psycho ward Chancesare
I Com-erod the poor guy has just wadedthtough
STALEMATE lIy Harold Jones, si i that battery of quizzesand

is trying to forget it.
-5 5 .

Jax Tigers Meet Orange P-

i ryAVV1f0I Park Nine Sunday

M The Orange Park Sluggers will
54 r invade NAS Jax Sunday to play
A Y I the fast Mainside colored nine, the
t I I Tigers Game time is slated for
1 1500, and the encounter will be 'fI
| played at the Mat.
In their game Friday, the Tigers .
were leading the Sluggers 3-2,
in the fourth frame when the game ;
was called because of darkness.
Morris and Wallace formed Ute
4 Ar
Y battery for( the locals and were
turning in creditable job( until the ?
JON contest was called.


Four JAX AIR NEWS 10 July 1947


. 8-: S ': I Letters To The EditorDear I ---

_ j

Editorial Otftct.South *
: I
Wing, Lower Deck lildg. 930 II ''
Telephone Extension 818i j We have a question which we think concerns -- I II

I a great number of people. 7=
Arthur 51. Greene, Editor
Why do "white hats" have to pay more
The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the for beer at the Anchorage than chiefs do at
: J
U. S. Naval Air Station. Jacksonville, Florida and
printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at the CPO Club? Especially when they are

no expense to the government and in compliancewith ; drawing nearly, or over, twice as much pay
SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918: dated 12 December as a seaman. I /-7
1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat We would appreciate it if you would 1 in.
the Naval Air Station the Naval Air Technical quire into the matter. I f !
Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters ot Thanks, I f fI
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air Joris E. Gates, S2c I I
Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Range Maurice W. Herring, Sic
And the U. S. Naval Hospital.
George N. Pope S''c.
Bear Admiral Ralph DaTlion,
Commandant Seventh Naval District
tbwl .f Naval Air Advanced Training EDITOR'S NOTE: Not being familiar with the = =
prices of beer at either the Anchorage or the CPO
C< Jacksonville Naval Air Station: Service Officer for comment. His answer, which

Cltiun Jules P. Schumacher. USN. Commanding inidentally, includes some good news for motorists ,- -
Naval Air Tccnnkal: raining Center who trade at the Ship's Ser.vice Gaiohne; Station

CWUla.. S. M. .Shaar (MC)? USN. CommandingU. appears brlow tIlk .,.,..
S. NavulMotpitalCrtin
Dear Editor: = +

Naval F. W.Air Prlentrean Reserve, Training USNR. Commanding Unit Although the Ship's Service Departmenthas = I"Come

no cognizance over the operations of the -- -- ,
LU Col. T. C. Moore, Jr., USMC Commanain --
Marine Barrack Chief Petty Officers' Club, Chief Owens was 7 .- \

Lt. ioroJr. Neil Avery. U1 N. OinCNaval kind enough to volunteer the information I
Air Gunnery Range ,that the CPO Club sells beer at 15 cents a on over here, boss, and I'll teach you to shim butquick .

Cvmdr. Frederick J. Brush, USN Commanding I bottle-the same price charged at the An- I !l"Commercial
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field ----
chorage for Schlitz and Budweiser and
higher r /
CapU Marine Alexander Aviation M. UeUcnmcnlU Hearn, USMO than Ship's Service prices for Narragan- I '.tl1G- 'W 2IIB11'
sett and Ruppert's at the present time. ...
JAX AIR NEWS receive Ship' Editorial Association ma I I
The ;
terial. Republication of credited matter prohibited without. Ship's Service Department is con- Bulletin '
permission of SEA. Washington 25. D. C. Republication of any stantly endeavoring to lower prices and in- "
service publication. U I prohibit
other matter except by '
without rermxBion of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS crease service wherever and whenever it can.
Bulletins" Mill\ be accepted until -
Present market conditions are such thatit space has been filled, but not later

Back It Up is practically impossible to predict what than 1000 Tuesda)'. Ext. 8230. .

the, price of any commodity will be from one FOR SALE .

Now that the tempo of war is gone, the week to the next.
1935 Oldnmobile. Radio and heater. Goodcondition. The SCIENCE DIGEST READ-
personnel of NAS more stable, and the sta- Certain price rises have occurred recently Browning ext. 670. I ER is a selection of outstanding
tion down to handy size it which the Ship's Service Department has Argoflex camera with leather carrying
complement a case, len shade, four filter*, carryallcase articles published in the periodical
has become possible to think of more station- absorbed rather than pass on to the customer -I and all-metal tripod. All in good "Science Digest" during the past

wide entertainment events. The accomplishment although in some instances the price Ave condition., Dewey$jOt Park.J. G. Dunn 3.309 Gibb ten years. This is an absorbingand

will increase could not be absorbed such milk Portable washer. Ideal for baby Ilothu. informative book. Written in
of such spirit as
( a goal mean a Practically new. Boecker phone 2-09J; a popular style, it includes subjects
of comradeship feeling of oneness on the I which cost the Ship's Service Departmentone after 1900. ranging from atomic power, radar,
5-plec breakfast set studio couch wicker
part of all hands like that on a ship or small cent a pint more as of 1 July. rocking chair, end table coffee table, and rocket trips to the moon, to

shore station.In On the brighter side, as of 11 July, the mattress matched blond and spring maple,bedroom chest of suite drawers, bed,, neurosis, and how to re-

addition, it is becoming more and Ship's Service gasoline station is reducing vanity dresser with round mirror. II. R
Walter, 1135B Allegheny Rd., NAS. CYCLES: THE SCIENCE OF
more necessary for station personnel to help the price of Ethyl gasoline by two cents per Maple dinette set four chair, and table, PREDICTION, is concerned pri-
china closet $60. 1135A Allegheny Rd.,
provide their own entertainment by uncover- gallon, NAS. Mr*. Curtis, phone 2-74:9. marily with economics and the
ing latent talents and staging affairs which R. W. Breault, Bicycle, light-weight model. Excellent: con problem of economic forecast, but
dition. Guitar Gibson "Lo7", blond fin. it also into other sciences for
will be enjoyed by everyone. The day of professional Ship's Service Officer. ish. Used very little. L. C. Bernhardt, goes
3116B Barr Ave., Dewey Park. material and examples. The authors
movie and
entertainers stage Portable typewriter. Lt. Elk, ext. 783. Edward R. Dewey and EdwinF.
stars-touring Army camps and Navy basesto Double and tingle bed with mattress, Dakin, show that rhythm and
plus kitchen table other
and miscellaneous
cheer up the soldiers and sailors is over. I Chaplains' Corner"Across I household article F R. Burn., periodicity exist in the natural

USO Camp Shows are a thing of the past. AAR. Ave.Bldg., Wtsconnett.101 Shop 164A 6230 Lynwood also world displays and that distinct our economic world and

Now it's up to the men themselves to show the field of yesterday 3 hp. Johnson outboard engine. Good cycles. Their rhythms
findings are presented -
He sometimes to me shape. W. D. Cutter, ext. 600.
what they can do. ; 1935 Chevrolet. Good motor three new in a readable form supplemented -
A little lad just back from play tire in good condition. $:n0. J. B.
by simple the
The first step in this direction is the re- The lad I used to be. Howell, ext. 8206. graphs. Perhaps
sumption of monthly station smokers. The Luggage trailer. New tires, waterproofcover. most interesting chapters are the
L. Brown, Shop 1499 A&R Dept. four concerning economic illusions
Physical Training and Welfare Departmenthas "And yet he smiles so wistfully, Divan two chairs pre-war. $175; Philco wars, and postwar trends; as wellas
Once he has crept within; 8tub.4on.ol.: radio, excellent condition,
launched which should receive the
a plan 1 wonder if he hopes to see $65. Lt. Bartly. ext. 8318. the predicted depression of 1047-
stationed ".piece maple dinette suite, 5-piece 1952.
support and backing of everyone : maple
The man I might have been! livingroom suite, 8'xlO' rug 3-piec
maple bedroom suite 1410A Child St., THE LOVING ARE THE DAR
here.But turning out for the smokers in mass There is a younger self within us that has NAS. C. H fcona. ING by Brooke Conway is a warm,
Solid oak desk and other article Phone
down-to-earth chronicle of
is not enough. Everyone can't be a spectator. a most disconcerting way of popping up in 9-4643. Billie Von Hofen. American family in the :MidWest.The ) an.
Innerspring and felt mattress, both In
lives. And sonie of face him
Participants are needed. Although the pro- our us can Stood condition. Will trade for chest of story opens on Christmas Eve,
gram will include exhibition bouts by the squarely and show him what we have madeof drawer M, or NAS.hollywood bed. 1231B Hancock 1905, and closes on Christmas Eve,

NAS Boxing Team and a professional wreSt the life he let us take over when we were 1936 Ford Phateon with 1940 engine. Excellent 1920. On the first Christmas Eve,
tires, :Mrs. Kraemer, whose husband has
: perfect $J9i
tling match, the body of the program calls growing up. cash. Large baggage trailer complete committed suicide is hiding her

for bouts between amateurs fellows who But some of us try to dodge him, for we side with tail$150 Kate cash., sliding J. B.front loiwm gate,, heartbreak in order to give her

may never even have boxed before. know that lad's fine dreams, hopes, aspira- phone ;2.4841.Chaindriven children the same kind of Christ
tions have with the wind. bicycle. $15. Goal) condition mas they have always known. Fif-
It's all being done for your benefit and gone 1132A Allegheny Rd., NAS. Birming
There is older who is ham. teen years later there is triumphfor
enjoyment. Let's get into the right spirit. an man equally
1931 Cadillac four-door sedan Good motor her in the family reunion for
Sign up for a bout and really help put the persistent in appearing on the scene. He is and five new tire.. Contact K. M. Brus- through her love and through the
smokers! over. Without your help it will be "Mr. The-Man-I-Might-Have-Been. And Fowr-roora ter Mainslde house.Dispensary.Modern stone wired for daring with which she faced her

impossible to keep these affairs going.It some of us welcome him ; but many of us electric stove. Lot 40x106. 15.800-11.600 lot, Mama Kraemer has raised her

means a lot of work on the part of would shut him out completely.It down 3417 Pearl payment St. Phone$35 a 5-8248W month payment.Smith. family ber of it and has start given each ;
can't be done. He is like the Seven-room bungalow. Four bedroom, all a good in
smokers.So fleeing
the the .
department to organize modern wired for electrlo itove. Ja\ to 2 This novel is a good ]
let's put them over and make them such horse no matter how fast he runs he acre*. U.000-$1,500 down payment. $35 the many depressing novels me3: J

a success that we'll be looking forward to can never get away from his tail It is part a Smith.month Phone payment 68248W.3417 Pearl St., published recently. The epillo .

them month. of him and he might as well get used to it. Seven mixed-breed pups. Five week old. this book will leave cheerful
every Phone 26410. Holler. ones that will be a delight to re-
Our Lord said "Suffer little children to
-*- : 1931 Chevrolet. Barr ext. 242
come unto me, and forbid them not, for suchis 75-pound Phone Ice box. In good shape $25 call.Another novel which will leave a
Naval Justice the kingdom of God." Six-room, asbestos shingle bungalow, 3 good taste in your mouth is HIGH ,
Have you let go of the childlike faith, bedroom tile beth, the dralnboard sink PLACES by Helen Todd. This one
SEA-The of the U. S. de- the tender heart the clean and wholesome garage. Local shopping center: 2708 is about a surgeon, turning not on
( ) Cherry wood Rd. Phone 2.2755, Martens the ethics of being a doctor but on
pends largely upon the strength of the Navy, mind of youth? Have you lost faith in the FOR RENT the ethics of being a human being.

zaid Rear Admiral 0. S. Colclough, USN, noble aims he had? Two tightly-woven threads-the

JAG, to a group of civilian lawyers recently. If so, it will be hard to meet this little Two-room en. 2516 apartment Herschell,St.bedroom, Mrs Breaaelte.and kiuh- doctor's love for his work and his
.And the strength of the Navy depends greatly lad of yesterday. Well-furnished bedroom suitable for two elements for Kay of the Eliot- form the
men or girls On NAS bus rout. 2230 plot.
upon the efficiency of its personnel. I The man-I-might-have-been will surely Poet St., Mr. W. P. Tart. *

"Three basic elements-discipline, morale pay you a visit soon. If not now, then at some Private room with private bath and prl- Brownell, Kans. (AFPS-.Ith-) )

and training and education-" makeup less convenient time when your house mayor rate Cherry entrance.St. Phone Riverside 27981. section 1044 er Nature played tricks on two

efficiency of personnel. And naval justice may not be in order.It Room phone> with privilege MM. Neal Kansas time. A farms new-born at chick about and the a same calf

is a vital factor in the maintenance of discipline is not a question of whether or not Room with kitchen privileges. &28 Wolfe arrived in the world with three

and morale, and thus efficiency of the you have amassed as much money as you St, Mrs. Benton. legs each

naval organization.It might have. No, it's deeper than the work WANTED

is these qualities, declared Rear Ad- I itself you might have been doing. Furnished apartment for naval officer: and

miral Colclough, which "won the beachheadsat I It is nothing less than the sum total Ride wife.from Phone Copeland 2-2156 and Lt.Pout Allison.or Copeland 1

Salerno and Normandy, overcame the of the man you might have been. But, if and Pearl to NAS. Working; hour 000

seemingly impregnable defenses of Iwo Jima, you come pretty close to that, then you area Rider to Ext.ride 434.from Mr.49th Ash and Pearl to Af IB.Road Station and MaUn Chapels,Arena 011' lagba.s. '

annihilated Japanese air in the first battleof happy man indeed. Jone NAS. In duty section No. 8. Ext. 30S PreUitanl

the Philippine sea and decimated Jap mer- And there is one good thing about life. Blood phone> donor 32015J.. Any type. Mm Bodenmuller, 0930 NATTt Boyer. Service Chaulaln A C

chant: shipping through submarine warfare." You can always begin again, asserting your Ride from 4th A Main to NAS Working 1045 -Ontralorihip forvire; Chaplain

The Admiral also listed two broad divisions full capacities for good. And when you do ext hour, 279.0715 to 1600 Call Mm' George; W R. StevcntonCa h.IJ, .

which compose naval justice: correc- that, you shall be able to meet unabashed the LOST 0700 MOO--M Mai****..

tive measures short of trial, and corrective lad you used to be and the man, also, that 1100-Mat*.
umbrella Left in
Shill'a .Service: on AD Outdoor Nursery for mall children
clemency procedures applied to those con- you might have been July 1. Mr. Ash eat 434. I la maintained btl tw"B 0800
Arthur C. Pal ol flame& ;lust la 8hp'i! 1e.,1C! ,! and 1200.Page .
I Chaplain Boyer.
yicted: Hixywion Farrell ext. ....



1 MHP. MAKERS """""" A"'d"Y" """ """_" .__......_. .._.._.___...........___m_ ..__ .
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.. Accessories Division by Bob Jl4an
n, \
'" Cook-We're glad to report that

1iii1 Little Jack Little, who was seriously exceptional (and exclusive) atmosphere -I

injured when his car was of our division. :

completely demolished near Quan- Alex :McHugh went to New York

tico, Virginia, is now improving and visited many places thereabouts I
rapidly. Nothing can stop that
He told your reporter that
After the accident he I
boy was
the "no'th"
Is a wonderful placeto
married in the to Mar-
spend one's vacation. (I thinkso
garet Dixon of Jacksonville.
./ Another to lose his bachelor but- Madge Shepard is in need of a
tons is Glenn Willis who married vacation now after living in an

Evelyn Merritt on June 24th. automobile for practically all of

Judging by the tanned faces, the her vacation She traversed a good z d .: .:
gang of the Instrument Shop collected part of the South and is now 'all x

their share of vitamins in all tuckered out".

sections of our fair land. Bob Glenn Volp (poor boy) spent his

Rossington traveled to Indiana vacation overhauling cars. It seems

with his family; Jack Simpson and that when vacation rolled around

wife went to New York; Mabel Glenn was financially unable to

Griffin and Viona Cunningham to take a real one. Why didn't you

Tampa; Marie Franklin crossed tell us, Glenn ? I'm sure we could
the state line to visit her familyin have gotten up a collection to finance -

Chief land. Ga.; Sue Edwards it. ....
I and "Lill" Hastey leased a nice I Who is the wonderful "hunk of r

place at Neptune Beach and were ,, man" that Dot Dickson has been
all but "rained out" for lunch ? Oh Clarence '
!I meeting daily w
A hearty welcome to our many !! ). _...... ... ,
(Sigh, Sigh -------------------- -
new fellow workers. In the Optical I Marge Stovall returned from ONE OF THE ORIGINAL tasks of the Engineering Records Unit of the Public Works Depart-

Group we have ThermanMartz leave sporting a "feather-bob" or ment in Bldg 451 is preparing NavaJ Air Station maps for varied uses. Duffy Quinn. draftsman" ,

.' and Amelia Hall who transferred something like that. It looks a I applies the finishing touches to the Commanding Officer's site map after bringing it up to date R. L. I

from Hydraulics. Irene Car- little peculiar, Marge, but we still Melsheimer supervisor, left is busy inecking a statistical report while A. B Holmes center, works
ter is the new member of the pho- "
know (It's cool ). on a Bureau report,
to-engraving staff. John Hargraves you. anyway _._ ___ _ __. _____ .
Eileen Poston traveled the air-
and C. J. Manuel, AMMI2c, are .
our new co-workers in the Gyro ways on her vacation. She said it InspectingThe INSIDE
was quite wonderful except for 0supplvS
Shop. And our old friend, Tony
Zambito, is in the Gyro Shop, those air pocket disturbances. PUBLIC WORKSThe
transferring back from the Over- (Quick! the burp cup.) -
Curtiss Quarrier is having his =
haul and Maintenance Board.
ALLESUy three-day holiday i is over
difficulties finishing his new home.
Callie Hearn and Betty Hender I Inspectors
son have moved into their new Ole man weather train, to be ex- ,, .. and most of,the Public Works personnel -

homes, and we're sure there's go- act) prevented him from completing By HELEN BURNETTEWe returned to work with the

ing to be a house-warming when it during the vacation. Keep extend a hearty welcome to feeling that it was fun while it

they're settled a bit. trying, Curtiss, we'll be patient. r Lt. R. G. Freeman who recently lasted but it surely deflated the
Pauline Wood spent her time Person- CLARA E. SI'EER
On behalf of our fellow workers, joined our department as
your scribe wants to acknowledge living and lounging. She ended her nel Officer. We are very glad to Lt. Comdr. J. L. Creekman, a pocKetbook. It is not too difficultto

B. O. "Pop" Roeder's very sincere vacation in Miami where she received have you with us and hope you will frequent visitor from ASO all dur- recognize those who held close

letter of thanks. Few of us who a sun burn on, of all places, enjoy working with us. ing the war, paid a visit recentlyto communion with nature over the

have experienced such a close call her lips. Are you sure it wasn'tone Congratulations to Jimmy Ross the Supply Department as a civilian holidays, the ones with sunburnednoses
with the "Great Divide" can retell of your husband's torrid kisses who recently made Seaman FIRST having just retired after -
the emotions they felt as clearlyas that caused it, Pauline? I I class. Jimmy has worked hard and thirty years of service with the and freckled arms. The

did Pop. He says he's the little Loyce Ferguson, like a true 1'' diligently as the Leading Chief's U. S. Navy.RECEIPT. beaches were crowded, but here

man who came back. Pop, you've a mother, spent her time canning all yeoman and we are very glad to CONTROL NEWS: and there a Florida auto tag couldbe
sorts of goodies. I for one wouldbe I learn of this advancement in rat-
great bunch in the shop pulling for Wedding bells rang for: Amelia spotted among the Georgiaones.
you, and we're all proud to have willing to sample some of it, ing. Incidentally, Jimmy is takinga Bullock on June 15th, when she
you call us "friend." Fergie, ((Hint, hint). 30-day leave during this month. became Mrs. Dale Moon. They The city fathers should'

Structures Dh'ilon-by Lathetls Charles Hoffman attempted to He will visit with friends and relatives were married in the chapel at change Atlantic Beach to Atlanta

Gunter-On my recent trip to most bring home the bacon, or rather in Texas.Lt. Green Cove Springs, and went on Beach. '

parts of the deep south I ran into fish, while on vacation. Successwas (Jg) L. G. McAlister, Assem- a two week honeymoon trip to Vacation time continues with

cars and people from A&R in sev- not his, though. You should bly and Repair Inspection Officer, Daytona Beach Diantha Ma- more and more taking "that" trip.
eral states. No matter how far have asked Dot Dinkins for advice will be leaving us shortly. He Is son has returned from a month's Betty Johnson of P.W. Files: left

away you get, you still can't get She came away with oodles being transferred to Fleet Reserve.We vacation during which she visitedin for California this week on a 30-

away from A&R, opines Mr. Tur- and oodles of freshy caught (by hate to lose you, Lieutenant, Tampa Lola Lyons is tak- day leave, to the envy of those
herself, men!) trout. I guess wom- but wish success in the
you every
keurst. ing a two-week vacation in Jack remaining here. Bill Truesdale,
luckier eh
On Saturday, 14 June, the traf- en were just born future. sonville. She has been participatingin 7ND Maintenance, returns from

fic from Jacksonville to all parts Charles ? Chief C. A. Sandefur, associate the wedding plans of her niece New York this week for a while,
of Georgia, including the Okefen- Ann (I Want a Man) McKay principal inspector, Interim Over- Edna Brunson spent the then intends to take another jauntto

okee swamp district, was so heavy spent her time on a ranch near haul, spent the past week-end in Fourth of July holidays at St. the big city. Don't let Senator

'(some live there, don't they Eth- Arcadia DEAR hunting. How was I Norfolk, Virginia. Chief Sande- Augustine where she attended a Claghorn hear of your "Nawthern"
el?) that the Georgia legislature the hunting, Ann? fur went to Norfolk in the capacityof family reunion and barbecue. The vacation, Suh!
was all set to declare a holiday I Assembly Division by I. D. a prisoner escort. After sweat- affair is held annually at the du- !
Marvin Arnold
until they discovered that the Bouchard-Well, folks, everybody'sback ing it out for well over a month. Pont estate, and the clan gathers Sam Graham'sassistant
was "Florida tourists from on the job and feeling rested Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan are from cities in this area. at NAGR, is coming over
reason many to Mainside
after a two-week vacation. Many the proud parents of a lovely baby to replace Mr. Sim-
Georgia. their vacations from VACATIONS: Rubye Piper ( Fiscal coke in the Utilities Section. Sim-
to Leila L. Davis spent away girl, Nancy Jo. Nancy Jo arrived
Congratulations home while others worked and ) is taking a three weeks' vacation coke is serving as Report Clerk
June Jordans
of 306 I on 24th, making the
and John T. Autry shop
rested in their own back yards. female and spending! it in and for the department.The .
A&R a quartet. Congratulationsto
who were married during
around Jacksonville Lillie
Byron W. Bradshaw was happily I this happy family! P.W. File Room, in spite of

vacation.We hear by both official and I passing out cigars for that I I It's a boy for Mr. and Mrs. An- I Claud (Stock Control) reports a I the new air conditioner, remainsone

grapevine channels, that we are to new baby girl, born on 21 June. drew R. Carlson Andrew, Jr., bornon wonderful trip Washington, I of the "Hot-Spots" of 'the department -
Philadelphia, and New York .
leave the Manufacturing and Pro- Congratulations, Mr. Bradshaw, 1 June 22nd. Congratulations are since the 7ND-NAS Pub-
for consolidation with but what's this we hear about you I extended to them, too. A word to Margaret Edwards (Shipping) en- lic Works consolidation. Separate
cess Group last week in Geor-
joyed Colquitt
Repair to comprise losing a bet among your fellow the father: Be sure and buy the files are maintained on 7ND-PW,
Emergency gia Musette Neville (Procure-
workers? nice with the "bet" 7ND-OinCC, NAS-PW, and NAS-
No. 1. We are reluctant to baby a present
Group ment) has returned from a motor
Chief Riccatdilli has done it OinCC but
gambler! the hardworkingstaff
break from our old friends money you
away to various of interestin
trip points
and we'll be received as kind- again, a baby boy. That makes "EOCIE" you should try going there, the difficulties are be-
hope Florida Ocala Orlando
associates. three boys now. Why not try for a.1' to bed EARLY on the nights be- including ing smoothed out nicely.
ly by our new and Clearwater Kate Hunt
basketball team chief? We all
fore training classes. When Tom Andreu
Martha Vernon is sporting a your Tranporta.tionquarterman
Procurement last
( ) spent week at
thank for the free
lamp bulb on the third finger, left want to you you drop a lighted cigarette while Lake Geneva camping and fishing. has enjoyed to much
hand. She can also blush very nicely candy and cigars. snoozing, be sure that you are fully leave that some of the boys
We would like to introduce Jo- Gordon Reedy's son, Donald, had
Lots of luck in :your future venture awake before you try to retrieve thought he had transferred He
on the sea of matrimony, anna H. Jordan who is now in the it-else you will fall on your head his picture in the paper recently comes out every pay-day, trough
:Martha. Assembly Division office. Jo hails for sure! I as one of the Journal's honor car- Willie Dauphin, Transportation

Personnel and Administration from Interim Overhaul and we all A tip to John Finenco: You just riers. Eastern Air Lines entertained foreman, hasn't been to a Super

by Wynonna. Spurlock It seems hope you like your new surroundings can't raise snails in a small fish these honor boys with an in- visor's Club meeting since the one
I bowl. There just ain't enough I spection tour of the airport's facilities where
that Dot Dixon is having a wonderful oxy- the boys turned off the juke
time on her vacation rSo much Engineering-by Seamor Our gen in the water to take care of and a plane flight over the box when Willie played "Red Silk

1 to see, UM-M. She's due back staff editor, Fred (P. B. C) Clyne, the fish. and the snails-as fast as city and the surrounding country. Stockings & The Green Perfume."
\ -- Monday with lots to tell. I wired that he would be "a little snails multiply. I Things are coming to a pretty 1 Willie says they don't appreciategood
Barbara Merck is taking that late for work" last Monday due to The "Duchess of Attleboro" pass when a girl can't take a sunbath music.

long trip down the aisle to say "I the high waters In Wichita, Kan-1 spent this past week-end visiting in her own back yard with- I Maintenance welcomed
where he was spending his vacation out getting run over by a car! acting
do" on the 15th.: Our best wishes I sas, I with Barbara Burnette, while Sara foreman Frank back after
McKinley -
and congratulations are hereby extended Don't get your feet wet, caught up with her social activi Well, that's exactly what happened -
a lengthy vacation.
back. to Kathleen Jones, formerly of
.. Fred, and hurry
for she's "Our Gal. ties.We says he surely was glad to returnto
went to Mi- Purchase. Her guardian angel was
Our popular "Tiny" that
Sweat there's not an were sorry our Inspec 1
Lt. says work (adv..).
the Alamo" for she ami (alone) on her vacation. She tion Officer, Lieut. Comdr. JohnC. verily watching over her, though,
"Alley all By San Antonio and said she did a little fishing (what Allman, was ill last week with as the wheel passed over the upper If you want to latch onto a hot

looked the over Alamo. Do you need kind of fish) but nothing else ex- "catfever.Ve missed having you part of her chest, and X-rays revealed argument just any day drop ty:
only found and In that no bones were broken. Room 136 in the Adm. Bldg. and
glass to see the Al- cept lying around basking with us and hope by now you are
a magnifying the sun. Incidentally, she wants feeling much better. FOURTH OF JULY HAPPEN- give a listen to Mr. Griffin, &.ell\.

ley, Lt. Sweat? leaves on aweek's everyone to know that she has recovered INGS: Jerry Roberts (Procure- operating supt., and Mr. Lee, personnel

Mrs. Hutchinson and will stay her lost bunny bear. house warming in due time, right, ment) spent her holidays on the clerk, discussing Civil Sere

vacation Ole Jax. LaFJlse (Phylis for short) Cham- Mary? storied Suwannee River Fred ice "cans" and "cannots."

around good missed RosenquistIn bers was in Atlanta, Georgia, on Mary Carmichael, the "Wonderful Qulna (Stock Control) enjoyed the Those in the PW Departmentwho

We sure have Section this week. The her two-week vacation. It was nice Wave in the Lab", recently returned Fourth visiting his sister at Mi- ride the Southside ferry ewea >

the Time has been very down there, but she sure appreciates from New Jersey where ami Beach Irene Halbrook vote of thanks to Mike Cascon

ice cream No Rosie eating to bring it over. her home more now. she spent a wonderful three visited her mother and son in of the Industrial Relations Dcpt
Mrs. Reif is out with an injuredt& Herb Hall went to West Vir- weeks. Glad to see you back, Mary, Tampa. Mike has worked long and hard
back ginia to meet his wife's folks. He we all missed you. to arrange private ferry service
shoulder. Hope are derful time and to settle
are ready
Austin blush so fur- says he must know half of the The photo and engraving shop upon cessation of the Navy-oper
What made down again to meeting our sched-
people there now. boasts a compliment of pinochle, ated craft and has just about completed
iously last week? his vaca- Al Tuggle thinks that a "Why experts. Daily, at chow time, they ules and keeping up production.Since the details.

__---w, s Mr. Jarrard is spending lake. What a tanhe'll bother trying to Catch Fish Club" go at it tooth and nail in a gameof our last news report, Lt. Howard Rutledge reports that
tion at Kingsley would be a good idea. He has fish- partners. Who does best, fellows (jg) Gabriel was presented witha the Housing Unit had a visit

have. SeamorFm ed in Florida waters and while in new son. He's now just a few last week in the person of
DI\'hdon-by Mst
Planning Birmingham, Ala., on vacation Interim Overhaul by Frances weeks old. He deserves plenty of West, District Supply Auditor.
week late in telling yo'all
a vacations but, as the saying tried there with no success. Any Poe-Well, here we are back to congratulations. This is his fourth says the office accounts, he hope>

about than I others with the same feelings? work again after our long vacation. were okay Housing welcomca
late never. son.Among
goes, I would hke to welcome 1 Mary Daniel spent her time off Everyone seemed to have enjoyedthe other new arrivals in In- a new member to the staff, :Miss

First off, members, Yvonne on a Southside waterfront location shutdown period. Some of us terim are a new daughter for J. Beverly Kissling Barbara

two nnJMn new Manning, to cleaning the land for her new went to other cities and states and C Goss and a new son for W T. Faulkner, housing clerk, enjoyedthe

Doatright division. Welcome aboard, I! home to be. As yet no work is done, some of vm just stayed in Jacksonville Moody. Congratulations to both of July 4th holiday period hi O**

our' W*' all hope you enjoy the' but be patient. We'l gave a good but all in all we had a won- you tanrio ,


r Pegs: Six NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 10 July 1947


JAX AIR NEWS _.______u_______________ _
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Captain Jules F Srhuautch USN -ivr-------4
Comma luiing

Commander Robert P. B-wbe, USN Uy KILLER WATTSOh e
Eaecuti! woe is me! Alas alack-

Lt. Commander: J. W. William, USN I rack my brain and cry. .
Public Information Officer My future looks quite dim and]
Advioor to J.lX Air Nw black

I wish that I could die.
Editorial Offices fur NATTC Section Room 1ST and US.
Admmitrti! Buildi nil GOO-A. lei. Ext. %011. Why does everything happen tc

EditorArthur The old familiar groan,
T. KouUonikolI. Sl
But read my verse and you wills

N.nrawrlter e
Robert J. Wehlint. SU I have a right to moan.I .

AU Photocraphu arc official U. S. Navy Photographs mad i br NAS am not gay, I am not bright, I
Photo Lab and Av Fund bchool Photo Lab unless othrwu. credited I[ am not wise nor witty
Yet still this column I must


..MM.WHRT Hence this little ditty. k .

Shorty Sirkit, he up and died I s
Though this may be a ruse. CY

I think that those who told me ", v' --" 1
lied I ROTATION, 8-BALL or straight pool- -take your pick.-Tha
They say he blew a fuse. NATTCenter Recreation Hall in Bldg 414 NATTCenter Hobby

r I am supposed to take his place. Shop) is an ideal spot to prove to your friend your pool shooting!
V I I cannot do it well. abilities. The NATTC pool room boasts of over ten pocket pool and

i; I can never keep up his pace.I billiard tables in excellent condition, Cue sticks may be checked out;
TO OOf WHERE TO GOl ** 'diuther be In-a cell. from the MAA at reason-able hourly rates. The pool hall is open to
Oh! bitterly I regret it both enlisted personnel and officers of NATTC
'Cause I ain't got no brains,

MOVIE SCHEDULE And when you read the things I've ..,

NATTC You'll writ.wish I was in chains. THE WORD

This week we are losing our -
TNVRSDAY- THE WEB with Edmond O'Brien and Ella. Raines.
friend and co-worker, Walter Rambo -
Shows at 1815 and 2015. FROM 1 AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL
He's been a sort of combinationcritic SCHOOLOn
good-humor-man, and father
Gable and Deborah Kerr. Shows at 1730 and 2015 Friday and 1400, confessor in the three and one-half rereading some old dis- I Things seen around lately: Har

1730 and 2015 on Saturday years he has been here--two years patches from Student Division I ry Price in the rack. Wooding and
hUMESTERN UNION, with Robert Young Alexis Smith ithe Navy and one and one-half headquarters, we came across an I Gregg hauling it to town. Lawyerand
and Randolph Scott. Shows at 1400. 1815 and 2015. years as a civilian. The best of Item that seems to have slippedby Mrs Logan's boy, Charlie

MM1AAM) TUESDAY-MOSS ROSE, starring Victor Ma- luck to him in his new job as us a few weeks ago It was an playing pinochle Wasko walking
ture and Peggy Cummins. Shows at 1313 and 2015. Chief Clerk of Central Training j''[ article of congratulations to Chief I toward the tennis courts and Dick-

UKDNKM1VY: -SPORT OF KINGS, featuring Gloria Henry and Activities I Mapes for the outstanding showinghe ert, Lagerman and Doyle going to

Paul Campbell has made, of being the leaderof the chow hall
TIH'n UA GUNFIGHTER, with Randolph Scott and Dorothy Lately, there has been a verit- four honor classes. Entitled
mal- I IVhlte "helmets" are doffed this
able epidemic of a strange
Hart. Shows at 1815 and 2015; "
)[apt.'s and His Little Apes, the
ady known as "fishermanitis I week to Kawamura, G L., Pfc.,
I must warn you that no one is immune article went on to say that the and Rogers! M. D., S2 or AF42
Yellow Water other chiefs to show their" I
appre- who reached the two coveted
and you may catch it next top
TIU'KslI.YY-NO SHOW. j ciation for his fine record had
Doctors that there is no known positions in their class! After
say I
I Kill,VY AM s.VTUlcf).VY-UNFAITHFUL, with Ann Sheridanand cure. This disease first manifests I taken up a collection and presented weeks of continued striving thesemen
Scott.SL'ND.IYTHE. v a placard to Mapes bearing I
Zachary deserve the back and
I itself by a far-away look in the I I a pat on
WEB, with Edmond O'Brien and Ella Raines. and the two hands being '. the poem, "Thirty Days Hath September I a word of encouragement as they
lHO J\Y .IND. TI'J'Sn.\Y-THE HUCKSTERS starring Clark held eyes a distance of two or three I I etc." Now the! chief will I start in their next school.
Cable and Deborah Kerr. be able to get back from his leaves
feet apart (some sources say that 1 Speaking of people "doubling inbrass'
WEINESIIAYWESTERN UNION with Robert Alexis i on time we hope I
this indicates the size of the fish I there is a tumor circulating -
Smith and Randolph Scott. do I II I I We heard this week that the lin-
they hope to catch, but never ) I that the fellow directing the
TIiris> ).\\- NO SHOW.THINGS I oleum layers in town have quite a I
The remedy, which is not really a I i iI races in town Sunday was our
T O DOABOARDFLEET'S cure since it is good only from one I! problem. It seems that a certain I own "Stud" Cross. "Double-clutch"
week-end to the next, is to go to I I Chief whose name slips me at the I made quite a figure with the sun

IN-Open nightly 1730-2130 Bldg. 517. some quiet (or noisy) stream, sit I, moment, had linoleum put down I I glistening from his golden locks as
Sandwiches and snacks available NATTCenter Or- in the burning sun (or pelting in his house and expected the I I he kept the races going.

chestra featured on Monday nights. rain), get bitted by mosquitoes, I I workmen to furnish the tacking. ..
sand flies and red i (Ed Note-"The nerve of .mepeople's ,
nO\\'LlXG-Six alleys in Ship's Service available jr bugs never "
catch a fish, then come home and ) Former SkipperContinued
to all '
personnel Monday through Saturday
The welcome mae is put out
tell anyone who will listen (few
1700-2130. League games have priority. -
returns'from ,
week to'iIl Freeland who
will about 'the i
) choice lies one ( from Page 1)
NATTO LIBRARY Located in Auditorium. Camera Repair in Pensacola '
that got away Then the victim is I II
Open Monday, Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to happy and well for another week I Freeland, known as "Giz", and to the Academy, he was attached to
2100. 1230 to 2100. and Sun- his intimate friends "No-nose" '' battleships lor a year and a half
Wednesday, Saturday as ,
So tar, Lt. (jgl I Brunson, :Mr, Mc- before assigned to naval avi-
1230 to 2100. met with Chief being
day was open arms by
and several others
Cants, Edna
I Ware who is to frazzle I ation in which he has served for
worn a
The disease is
have been afflicted.
ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker 'I lof his former self (Ed. Note I 20 years. Throughout this periodof
highly contagious and when a person I II
time he has seen duty with
Physical Training Department, Bldg. :51$. has been infected and begins I I didn't know' "frazzles" came as fighter, dive-bombing observationand
large as 43 s.) ,
shoeing the above symptoms you I,
'. NIS-Racquet.s and balls available at Physical had better put as much distance I The only casualty reported over patrol squadrons.
the weekend affectionj j At the of World WarII
513. big was an beginning
Training Bldg. between him and you as Possible. I
Having just recovered from an aU !. ate right hand tap to Remcsheid Captain Hopkins was on duty
I with the Bureau of Aeronautics.
in He
jaw Daytona. was accom-
tack myself, I speak with author-
\\1MMLNG TOOL Ni, 1-Bldg. 518) For Naval ity. panted there by Robert Stradley | Later he reported to Australia aa

Personnel with Guests. Children under 12 years J who was reported down seeing his Deputy Commander of Fleet Air
are not allowed in the pool unless accompanied by a Jt" I grandmother:' | Wing 10. In June, 1914. he was .

parent or a responsible adult. :Monday thru Friday Closer to home, most of the assigned to organize aviation logistics -
ISO( to 2015. Saturday 0900 to 2045. Sundays and neW &o/i crew spent Friday at Jax Beach : for the Seventh Fleet and

Holidays 1300 to 201:). missing the "Roast Tom Turkey"| eventually the task of organizingall
II at the base. To mention any names aviation k (lstics for the SouthWest

NATTC Library would only be slighting someone Pacific Forces.
SWIMMING POOL No. 3-(Bldg. 419) For male but let us suffice to saw that a I i J ,

Naval Personnel only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to "Boston. Cradle of Liberty" by 0530 curfew was observed by all j South Bend Ind. (AFPS -Alon-

\. ft" 1200 and 1730 to 2045. Saturday 0900 to 2045 Sunday John Jennings, is a history of Bos- The latest tennis team to take zo Whitlock was eating soup ina
and Holidays 1300 to 2015. ton up to the Revolution, stressingin the field is the doubles team composed I restaurant when Eddie Lowe entered -

UECIl>TIOS.nOOU-Lo<:ated in Auditorium for particular the part played by the of "Pappy" See and "Grits" and put his fingers into the .
NATTC Personnel relatives and guests. port of Boston in Colonial history. ) Bund)', These two boys combine bowl. A scuffle followed and Whit-
But the book has enough drama style and a rushing attack with i, lock wound up in a hospital with
WHERE TO GOASHOREVVllKUE for a dozen historical novels and overall great defensive play. EX- a slashed ear. Police found Lowe -
is written with good touches of hibitions given every fourth night. j in the restaurant finishing the
GO ASIIOUE: NCCS Club at Church and Newnap
I humor and satire. It includes all II Admission-One peck of grits:! bowl of soup. tn-
Streets. Club open daily from 1700 to 2300, Saturdays 1200 to 2400 the perennially interesting events ----- ---- -_. ...
1000 to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays Saturdaysand
Sunday Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday.JACKfeONMLLE I ( the Tea Party, witch huntinf:, BULKHEAD 4y Murray Garvisn At
Intervals Captain Kidd, etc.) and adds:: much
HtAClIES-Bwes leave at frequent
new material. It Is a serious historical -
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e as Navy). Surf bath- I
the so-called
study on -
Ing anal other recreation at one of worlds. finest ocean beaches. Bus side. popular

fare 23a I An old one, but a good one, is jrWt
CANOEING, FISHING AND UOATLNG Cedar River on San 'Garland Roarke's "Wake of the I
Bus three blocks from last stop on
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Red Witch" It is a sea story-
50c 'canoes-11.00 hour; motor
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours ; per with pagan love feasts, waterfront
boats-$2.00 per hour five to eight people per boat brawls, skullduggery and purple

passes. The story Is an adventuretale

3/'iJ Wed Jl S/'ip s S ,; of the South Seas involving
love and passion, hate and cruel- I
ty, sunken treasure 'and strong
Housewives i !I men's greed. The author's style is

a little verbose and hard to follow,
Come in and look at our new Steam and Electric Irons. but if you'll stay aboard the Red :

Popular makes. Popular prices. We have also recently acquired Witch for twenty pages you'll

a complete new stock of Waffle Irons, Broilers, probably stay for the ride
- "The Thresher" by Herbert
:Vacuum Cleaners.
Krause is a story of the neurotic

religious life of a small farming
Music Lovers! !
community in the mid-west wheat

A wide selection of radios to suit your individual taste country, and in particular the story I
of Johnny Black ''born Schwartz) &
and pocketbook. Radios, Combination, Console models who achieves his life's ambition as .

$25 to $107.Caught head of a threshing crew. The
reader is bound to be Impressed by
with his best friend's When I asked her to wed she said the language in which the book is '-

wife in his arms, the interloper "Go to father." written for :Mr. Krause handles
words as a poet does. It is a little
thought fast. "I love your wife But she knew that I knew
hard for a city-dweller to think
to her. B. a sport That her father was dead.
and want marry that anyone wants to know as
she knew that I Me.lee .
I'll play you a game of cards to And much about wheat threshing aa the ) a e f
who gets her." What a life h. had led author seems bent on telling, but r
"Sure thing," said the husband, And aha knew that I knew perhaps a farmer-at-heart appreciate t n

"but how about playing a penny a What she meant when she said, it. At any rate the book provides "gorrjr, Ur, but my horoscope say for me to obey all my Imputa

point to make it interesting ?" "Go to father highly satisfactory reading, today"


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10 July 1947 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Paoe Sevett-


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SHORT SHOTS I I'W ,. : .. --:: : -

Well everyone seems to have survived -
the holiday week-end without -!I

too much mishap, although ,
there were a few trainees walkIng I

around here :Monday morning'I

with that very familiar bleary look'I

in their eyes MacKernan got a

taste of that southern hospitalityand r .
a y
seems! to have made out pretty .
well because he's! added a coupleof ( ,
inches to his waistline.

Ship's. Company has dwindled

three degrees more now that t2c
Brown (G. R.) and Bas' have left

for TOB, and Luke Alexander has

been discharged don't start
moaning, now; the civilians are
still safe since Luke has decidedto

sign over Another victimto
your credit, eh Parker

"Joe Palooka" Heiderman has a I -

standard! answer for anyone who
asks him what happened to his'I c

shoulder: "You should have seen
the other guy."
MclS'ALLY ACE swimming star of the NATTCenter Aquatic( Squad, ('merges' from the pool seemingly pleased

Did you notice that peculiar with his "time" He hopes to better his record of last year. in the forth coming 7th, 8th, 9th and All-Navy Swim \

angle that Chief Ahcki was walking Meets to be held here in the very near future. Other members of the NATTCenter Squad pictured above (left) ar3 rl I
at He
that the Thursday'heels on his shoes claims were first row-McNally, freestyle, distance ; Eglmton, backstroke ; Drurnmond freestyle; Morgan, breast stroke Second I

uneven. Hmmmm. )'ow-P'att. backstroke Teichman, breast stroke ; Nevitt, diver. Third low-Fisher, manager; Cash, diver, and Har-

len, freestyle.)

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Judging that the good ole Fourthof ._ "
-- Tyndall Field-Today Here 163ft;
July] went off with a bang for
all) of WI, it is tough getting back Transfers Play Havoc Three Day Boxing Tournament Parris Parris Island-Friday Island--Saturday Here 163tf .'

on a routine hop once more.
Here 133(7LantResFlt ( l 1
Even though the AEM "B' Varsity
Charleston, S. C '
school's, purpose is to train the Scheduled For PointsNATTC
Trophy Monday there.
of ;
boys to be efficient electricians a constant turnover new .
players in the NATTC baseball LantResFlt, Charleston S. C. '
ACEM adds
QUINN an extra curriculum -
team lineup, and transfer. of Ace<< Tuesday there j
consisting gardening, Ship's Company To Ga. there
pitcher Red Ryan and fancy fielding Jesup, -Wednesday
painting, carpenter work and Watering -
the lawn Tut! Tut! QUINN. Cliff Tully. and Utility catcher Battle For Captain's Trophy

Class EB-1, first class in the new Bobby Roehl, the new untried nine "LEFTY"
four defeats over --- All whether :
fiscal started off with suffered straight pugilists, experienced -
year a complement -
] of twelve students the week Parris Island took the lo. in the fifth on a walk and a triple, or not, will get a chance to _->>OW ,.__,,,.,.n.-m"' .:!<6._
COOPER AEM 2c cals' measure twice 5 i to 4 and 4 to I but his mates could] garner no runs show off their fistic talents in the
AEM3c. HICKS JENSEN 0; Green Cove Springs also goose for him. Outcelt was charged with coming NATTC Station Boxing
; AEM2c; -
and NAS Or the defeat Marmkovich has ]lately
AEMlc LARSEN. AEM 3r egged us 2-0 Monday Tournament. Tentative dates for
i MARTIN ACEM: McKENNA.; leans won the first game here at been pitching some of the best ball the tourney are July 22, 23 and ,

AEM 3c; MOUNTFORT. Sic I home from us 7-2, taking advantage of his career. 24, with every Division eligible to

i (AEM); SANDERS, AEM 3c; of six NATTC miscues. The Green Cove 2; Raiders 0 enter a team, and each beingawarded

STERNER AEM 3c; WOLFAN- second game with New Orleans Both teams scored only two hits, points toward the Cap-
GEL AEM 3c and YANAROS, was played last night, too late to I but Green Cove had the advantage, tain's Trophy. 3 11

I AHM 2c.How make this edition scoring one run in the first on a I Eight weights will be represented -

many packages of cigar. Marines :5; NATTC 4 player being hit by a pitched ball, including 112. 118, 126, lift: 147

rttes are there in a carton? Ask After starting off in the first and a freak error, and the second 160, 175, and Heavyweight. Last
PITCHER. two innings with a single run each,, in the fourth on a walk and a long year at the Tournament several!

J. D. TRUNK, AEM Ic, former Parris Island tied it up in the triple. Meanwhile NATTC could do I promising fighters were discoveredRon
fourth with two run rally on two I
student attached to this school, is a no better than two singles, one Bondy and Jack Fisher jusi
now on leave in Denver Colorado. hits, a walk, fielder's choice and each by Pitcher Bill Cudd and I to mention two. Bondy had never
Upon his return he will be retained one hit by a pitched ball The fifth Catcher Hrrb Wallace fought before coming into the
found NATTC ahead once more,
as in instructor Cudd pitched good ball, strikingout Navy and being sent here to NAT
ahead when with two out,
moving eight and walking five, but TC Jax, until he became interested
Stlllman singled Panek followedsuit was wild in spots. Green Cove committed and started working out under Al
and clean up hitter Knickel- SinibaldI. Fisher
two errors, NATTC'one.. needs no introduction
bine sent both across the platter
as he has soared to success -
double. The Mariners NAS New Orleansins Opener
with a long I in the past months. He had 4
tied it once*more in the sixthon Three- NATTC errors in the
up but n few fights before
STANDINGS two errors a hit and a walk. fourth inning added to a brace of course of instruction taking under th'upa

With the score knotted at 4 to 4 hits spelled disaster for the Air indomitable Al Bondy is
now at
at the end of the regularly placed Raiders, as Marinkovich was shelled Patuxent River, Maryland and
nine innings, Parris Island won the from the hill in the six-run inning
AMERICAN LEAGUE Fisher-though still here, will nit
game in the last of the tenth as New Orleans had scored a enter the
TOB 5 0 1,000 tournament as a contevt-
Carwell walked and scored on lone run in the second on a hit, ant. His
TEA 4 0 1.000 schedule for the tourney
Pitcher Ed Carters double, thereby error and a fielder's choice. I reads for
TCT 4 1 .800 an exhibition bout be-
TAP 3 ; .600 i winning his own game. The Raiders scored their only tween him and an unnamed opponent -
TAX 4 3 .571 Marines' Win No 2 two tallies- in the third, Arnold t
Dale Outcelt, with arm trouble start the
singled to inning and then
TEB 3 ,400
:2 in
:' Any one
any division'anlll1g'
plaguing him, was knocked out of Herb Wallace powered a home run
r-:1: ..400TLT
TOA should
I any pointers to the
the box for the third straight time, to center field, crossing the rubber report
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with Parris
in the
opening inning behond Arnold
TSD 0 4 .000 2
any afternoon during the week
Island taking a commanding 3 to 0) IJ Q :
TSI 0 4 .000 after 1615, or contact Smibaldi at : r '
lead The inning was-costly in another
Welfare, Phone 8132. I
NATION LBAGUR) way, too, as Coach and .
D d 0 1.000 Catcher Harry Knickelbine' collided NAVY
one n
LIT 0 2 .750 with Outcelt in the first frame Lt. Sams To Head happy in the next few days, as
after fly and broke his
: OMB 5 2 .666 going a pop NATTC's leading hurler the
Bale Shop 0 :3 .666 nose in three places. "That's only Baseball
r T 6 .. 3 .666 the fifth time it's been broken," NATTC Softball Varsity squad is being
shipped' out on orders He's Arthur
HD1IM 2 :3 .400 briefly remarked Knickelbine Navy in these modern daysis
( ) Ryan,
2 a .400 Mike Marinkovich took over for a highly complicated, highly Varsity Squad side-arm specialist who htia
MAD 2" .333 Outcelt and pitched magnificienttwo j technical machine<< for which, in ad- five of the Air Raiders' fifteen won
SAD 0 H .000 hit ball the rest of the nine I dition to great numbers of administrative Lt. Karl Sams, for many yearsan victories.

AM 0 0 00(1( innings, allowing only a single run personnel, an enormous outstanding Softball pitcher will

_._ j jI ; number of technicians are required. head the Ryan wasn't a member of the ,
--- -, - newly organized NATTC team until the sixth
: : .r This is true for both officers game i
and enlisted men- No longer are a Softball team, which will be entered the season, when h* set Cecil :

majority of "strong backs and in the Seventh Naval] District Field down on one hit, winning :

UOH3Y StIOFP weak minds" acceptable on a naval Softball tournament slated to start 10 to 0). He then won another

vessel. Now all men must be specially July 15.MOt one-hitter from Alpine, Dairy,

trained in order that, in addition of the men that comprisethe before running into trouble at

NEWS to knowledge and skills com- team have come from the In- Cherry Point. After that camea

mon to seamen the world over, tramural leagues Some 40 men 5 i to 4 winning performanceover
they may service, supervise, and have already reported to Mr. Sams, Green Cove Springs and a
Hollies for the Hobbyist I employ to the defeat of an enemy with the highest percentage com- win over Dublin Naval Hospital,

I the complicated, powerful mechanisms ing from TOB. "As yet," says plus another easy victory over
under their command. Fort McPherson Army, as ho
placed Sams, "there are plenty of gaps,
The Naval Air Technical Train- all of which means that there are coasted in for the triumph. Eg-

Yes, Ihtrt! goal 1 news, todwy u may sound corny, but there is ing Command plays a vital role in but a few positions that are filled. West lin Field Palm and Beach 55th claim Recon of

goad news for you fellows who are Interested in Radio. We now have the pattern by supplying the highly The softball team will compete over him, also. victories v,

i new Radio Kit Models, that you yourself tan build. Everything you trained technicians so necessaryto against Cecil Field in the first
need, including tubes and all the other screwy things which make a keep Naval Aircraft in top fly- games of the tournament. This He's a veteran New Englander -
real playing radio. You don't have to be a Radio Bug to build one ing condition. This training is carried Naval District is divided into two been there all his life.. His

cither, just plain old common sense is all it takes on in schools under the Naval biacktts, the Northern and Southern home is Fall River, Massachu

The Radio "'>Jua"ft k oil Is'' re ad y to -- Air Technical Training Command. Divisions. In the northern" setts. He played four ;years of
in about a week, with a compe- I are going like hot cakes. So hurry This is all part of the U. S. Naval bracket ate NARTU, Green Cove high school baseball, before deciding -

tent go instructor to show you how to up and get your share. Yes, we I ) policy that calls for the building Springs, NAS Jax, Naval HospitalJax to Join the Navy last August .

work the testing gadgets. But w} y have Ohlsson engines, or at least and maintaining of aircraftin Cecil Field and NATTC. Win- In his four years as a High

not start a Radio now, and be we have at this writing. numbers and classes adequatefor ners will be figured from the best School pitcher, only one home

ready to test it when the shop is There's nothing like a hobby to the fleet requirements and for two of three games. If NATTC run was ever scored. against him.
completed. take your mind away from Home 'all other essential naval purposes. wins the first round, it will drawa

and Navy troubles You have heard ., bye in the second, thereby advancing Rill Cook, famous Ranger hockey

Well, it's here The long waiting of "pass the buck" well) that's Is JSSf a Bujlalo krgler not to the Championship round tar, was captain of his Itai

Is over. A new shipment of model just what I am doing, pausing on only bowled two perfect !itttnra in of the Northern bracket They will I I eight conatcutive years and once

planes; motors, end other Hobby to you the news that this Hobby one series but also bowled these then face the winner of th" Ecuth I Bayed through a Stanley Cup final

:ones have arrived. And they I Shop I is for you, from an AS on up perfect scares in succession. I ern. t x'A one f\jc titihflyafiut


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-PagsEight JAX AIR NEWS 10 July 1947


I 'Daley Accounts For Both

Flier Wins In Past Week.

NAS Splits With Fort Jackson, Drops Close

One To Mayport, And Romps Over Cecil Field

U.v Doug docket SJc; three tune!! in the second, six in rapped out 1 H hits, topping the locals -

Though the NAS Flier nine I the third, two in the fifth, and 6,3. at Mason Field.
I four times in the seventh. For a while it looked as thoughthe
did not take part in any con-
Meanwhile Daley was coasting Arymen were going to chalk
ference games in the past up another mark in the win col-
along without any trouble, perfectly -
umn, but the visitors drove home
week/ it kept in the baseball handled by'catcher Ken Werner -. five runs in the last two innings.

I spotlight by taking two out of Werner didn't make a bad In addition the coast guardera
play afternoon and on two occa-
threw their in
ace pitcher as a
i three tilts, bringing its season sions made some for the books. relief hurler cutting off the locals'

record to 33-11. Jim Daley Twice, when Cecilites had hit last hopes of victory
ground balls Werner beat the base
r .. turned in both victories, his runner to first and caught two ''I The Fliers jumped off to a quick
ACTION HAS BEEN plentiful this season whenever tile NAS wild throws. ,. lead in the first when Ralph Christy -
fifth and sixth of the year, playing shortstop in lieu of
Jax softball nine has placed, and last Thursday's game with the Every number of the Fliers ex-
Cecil Field diamond outfit was no exception Ed Heft, stellar :first beating the Fort Jackson cept Daley collected at least one Dick Allen, walked Christy advanced -
baseman for the locals beats out bunt down the first-base line on "Buzzer" Hayes' perfect
: a base hit and four members of the
nine 12-9 and then the
Army sacrifice and went to third when
his third of four hits for the evening: The locals copped the enCounter starting nine got two. Beebe led
1610. Also in the picture are Bill Murphy, base coach, and Cecil Field horsehiders, 1G-1, the attack with three safeties but Bud Burge singled He scored on
the first
Jim Cecil initial sack baseman's error
Seglar guardian."WhiteNat" he was closely followed
Tuesday by Burge.
--- --- -- -- -- -- -- Mayport combined a single and
Werner, and Hereford, all of whom .
The Cecil Field tilt was a lop- collected two bingles. a triple In the second frame to ;
sided affair, for while his teammates tie the score, but the locals pulled
Golf Tourney Is were banging out 12 hits, I II l\Ianort 6; Flier S ahead again in the sixth. Burge

I Daley limited the opposition to I II Johnny Sheffield: ace portsider opened the inning with a terrific
Until Next I only three safeties, two of which for the Arymen, suffered his sec- triple to left and scored on a wild
Postponed Friday were chalked up in the first in- ond setback of the season Monday pitch. Then Wally Rages walked
ning. It was in the first frame when the Horsehiders from the and Bert Beebe reached first when

Play in the "white hat' golf tournament Three of the men who have entered I also that Cecil scored their only 1 Coast Guard Station at Mayport Hages was forced out at second.
has been set back a week are picked as the favorites marker of the contest. caught up to the Flier star andMEET I Beebe stole second and scored on .
because of their past performanceson I In the last half of the first -- -- U ---, I the second baseman's error.
In order that more enlisted men '
the local links Led by Bar- I however the Arymen tied it up' Trailing 3-1 in the eighth, the
maj haa chance to enter the ney Gallager who placed third in when "Buzzer1 Hayes walked, THE FLIERS; determined Mayport nine loaded
event So tar. close to a dozen men the Seventh Naval District tourney I stole second, and when the cat<'h- the sacks with only one out, and
have signed up for the meet, but William Scott, and Art Liv- er's throw went wild, slid into then Joe Spitereli slapped a long
more are needed to round out the' ingston, who will, no doubt qualify third. He scored on a wild pitch double to left center to clear the
two flights which will be used. I in the championship flight; play Roy Secamund, the visiting hurler I bases. In the ninth the Coast
There is a 50 cent entry fee, should be close throughout the two got out of that inning all right r !I Id Ouaiders! collected four hits for
and any enlisted "white-hat' is brackets. I but trom then on the Flier just two runs to further insure! the
gible to enter. Trophies will be eU-j Other men who have entered include couldn't be stopped They tallied WIll
I _
sented to the winners of the two Bill Gibbs Rod Rowan. Bob fliers 12; l"t. .Jackson 9
flights. and the two runner-ups Rodgers Ed Fiester Bill Pippin '! Jax-r The Fliers gained a split with
will also receive an award. I %v. L Robertson, R. W Dirva J. avy Swimmers I the Ft Jackson nine last week at
Qualifying rounds will be held on A. Bennett, and J E. Reiland. More (Columbia, S C. losing the first
13 and 19 July On either of these men are expected to enter this! Cop Third Place In game2, but copping the second,
tva'o days, men in the tournamentmay week-end I sr l 12.9. This was: the last series the
shoot their 18 holes of golfto Clubs maY be rented by playersat : State AAU TourneyI Fliers will play against the Army
see just which flights, the championship the Golf Shack for the qualifl- aggregation, and the split gave
or first!! thpy will be qualified I ing rounds and for the tournamentitself I only three Jax-Navv swimmers them a 2-2 slate against the South
ts enter. : j taking part, the local tank Carolina nine.
r- ------ --....-- -- 'I team copped third place last Sat- LaC In the second game, which the
I urday in the Florida AAU Swim Arymen won, Jim Daley went the
:First Call For Boxers To BattleIn Championships which were held at distance for the winners, giving up
Smokers Greeted With SuccessThe .j West Palm Beach. The brilliant ten safeties. He passed four and
showing of Ed Flester and Lou Sil- fanned six in gaining his fifth victory -

call issued! for men to take part In the boxing smoker I verthorne, who copped two firsts of the season.
which are scheduled to be inaugurated the first week of August, I I and a second, and Joe Popovich, I The locals gave him an eight- .
wa greeted with a fair response last! week as half a dozen fistic I who won a third and fourth place ;( run lead in the first inning when
scrappers signed up for the event. Anyone caring to enter one ribbon, proved the locals to be one they combined four hits, four
of the smokers should contact Henry Schillizl at ext. 593 Schil- of the finest aquatic teams taking I C walks, a passed ball, and an error
liei Ii handling the affairs at Malnslde and is preparing an attractive I part, considering the small number / for the eight tallies The Fort
":':;....;-= Jackson team slowly cut the lead
fight card to present to the fight fans here at NAS Jav I
The lightweight class drew in three of the six:: sluggers on I Silverthorne, one of the finest RALPH CHRISTY, a native of I' down and the score stood at 10-9
the entry list. Joe Stlner and James Quinn, holders of Golden : divers to perform off either the J Pittsburgh, Pa.. and all-around at the end of the seventh.
Gloves! novice titles, have signed up to fight. Along with these high or low boards, turned in a1 ball player for the NAS Fliers But the Fliers tallied once in
two was Chuck O'Brien, another stellar 13 -lb. lad. I masterful display of form to easily this year, is leading the local the eighth and once more in the
F. ('. Grojena, welterweight, George Oliveri middleweight I cop first place in the one meter sluggers in the batting average ninth to give Daley a substantial
bracket, and Karl Belke in the light-heavy division' round out I diving event I column. The diminutive Christy, lead. Batting honors for the day
the list of leather pushers. More men are expected to sign up I Fiester made his debut in a swim possessed with a keen battingeye went to Ralph Christy who clubbedout
before the August event gets underway.The meet a memorable occasion as he and amazing-wrist action three bingles in four trips, including -
smokers will be held under the arcs at the Power Plant I copped the number one spot in I is pounding the pellet at a cool a long double.Ft. .
field and will be under the auspices of the Malnside Physical the 50-yard freestyle and placed .383 average, including two Jackson 5; Pliers 2
Training Department, headed by Lt. Cotndr. Anthony Rubino third in the 100-yard freestyle. Be- round-trippers, one triple, and In the opening game of the series -
who I.* also. the boxing mentor at NAS Jax.: Prizes will be cause of his outstanding performances six doubles. At present, he has the Army nine pinned a 5-2
awarded to both winners and losers In each bracket. in both races, he was invit- hit safely in twelve consecutive defeat on Hank Lacotta, getting
ed to take part in the SoutheasternSwim games. "Chris" proved his worth 13 hits against the husky left
Championships being held this season when, after being hander.
this week in Georgia. converted to an outfielder, he The Fliers got one of their rum
Varsity Softballers Down Popovich turned in two credit- held down the right :field post in the second when Ary singledand
I able performances in both the 50 with only one miscue and then, stole second. He scored on
and 100-yard freestyle events, Pop- when the Fliers lost Dick Allen, Hank Lacotta's single through the
Cecil And Ward's DriveInCoach ovich and Fiester were evenly jumped into the breach at short- box. They got their only other run
matched In the 50, and both were stop. In his first game at the in the fourth when Bill Crane sin
Bob Beaudreau's varsity neck-In-neck until the last five short field he handled ten hard gled, advanced to third on errors,
softball nine sported a line-up of hit for at least one safe blow. yards or so when Fiester forged chances without an error in ad- and scored after a long fly
heavy swatters in its last two : Coach Beaudreau's charges ran ahead to win. I dition to clubbing out two hits. The Army nine got one run in
outings, and the Fliers have banged Into trouble in the first frame as The local team finished behind His only other baseball experience the second, one in the third, one
out a total of 28 hits and have I the Cecilites chalked up three the Lake Worth Athletic Casino I was in high school and in in the fifth, one in the sixth, and
chased 33 runs across the plate. i quick runs. With the score knotted Club which took first place, and the city league around Pitts- scored their last run in the t
Their two helpless victims were seven-all going into the bottom Fort Lauderdale. I burgh seventh
Cecil Field, downed to the tune of half of the sixth, the locals chas- -
16-11, and Ward's Drive-In, which ed across nine big tallies to take I COMPETING IN NAATC MEETi
was plastered 176. In the game I the lead which they never relinquished -
with Cecil Field last Thursday Eight hits were garn- i I
night the Mainsiders belted out 16 ered off the Cecil moundsmen, with I
safe blows, and agcjnst the Com- four of them being for extra bases.

mercial leagueleadingVard's the The Fliers will return to City
Fliers hit safely 12 times. loop action tomorrow night as they ( ,
The locals wasted little time'' meet a formidable Soud Brothers ( "'
Tuesday night to start on their nine at the Lackawanna diamond.

rampage against the visiting I' V 'S r kl
Ward's nine and rang up four big:, j
markers in the first frame. Faulty t t *
I NAATC SkeetChampions'hips
pitching by the downtown club
proved to be fatal as the Fliers .x
stole eight bases to ring up the ,
score Vince Podgurski, speedy right- Set For Friday
fielder for the locals, banged out around I ?
tripper in the fifth frame i Shooting will got under way j''
: 1000 tomorrow m the .*> .
with two aboard for the longest morning I vp
hit of the evening. ond !annual Naval Air A.dvam ,.. I fc
Lin Chadwick took the hill for Training Command Skeet Chan raAY -I
the Fliers and fanned 12 battersover pionshipa which will be held if
the evening: route. He gave up the local range. Five teams ai
five gratis walks and seven hits expected to compete in this tout
Cecil Field Loses' ney. They include, besides the host
Pounding out 16 base knocks off Mamaide outfit, Cecil Field, Whit
the offerings of the Cecil Field ing Field, Banana River, and an
hurlers the locals had little troublein other team which is being entered
subduing the visitors, 16-11, un- by NAS Jax,
der the arcs at the Power Plant The Mainaide team ha been tabbed -
last Thursday. ax one of the likely: contendersto rot n TFAMS IKEUl ?(I I I _t't' i.ii, ,,1"' ., I tllI.1, Naal A./ 1\.1\'UI' "-d( Training
Ed Heft was the big run In t.ll'I I I txkf the crown this year ftliis ( "'KiinitnSt i (., ,.' 4h't<, w1)r.'ti) I will I Oitu ,' h-Id, a'' the I I" il l l' *)K: r ,"i l-nctVi, 'IIfJ"( at ,lit ut. !. i ahte I as
Flier attack, btltmg! out :i tr,pi' I I (,}II"'. of UK finest rr>cord for a ot OH 'tip" mwlcis' l.or ttu, I ill-! Memfoets ui, i.tituse .bun.' ing Leant: > include, loft l fo: ngiu W M
and three Hingis in hn iu I ,in : ,If' ,t t...uri m f UK.oi: h. The team Milton Ai'Mt / :hicf I J i"t'anr.lJlau: 1.1 Paul i ((tog, Lu (J6)! F E Field. (''aptain ((:,<-orgt. 'I' Mil
pcarani ",< a* (UIP! ;pi br'' .I-: I I I''"I i 1\' f,i I I IK I ,P C Icr' 1t 'omd, H A riobniHOii and '(''hurt Mams;-!" "h""? to' i vhff' *i> ')1'"* 'f" AI'1.ILk..M> nIbdr' .* 1 (P f uiiiwan M 'a,"" *iN Hid 'Ini-r (I V Holmc

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