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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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July 17, 1947


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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r 13f- Photos on Page i > i 60000 a month The facility now -
Another anniversary was observed has 1.670 active accounts and averages -- -- -

:at NAS when the Air Station about 2.500 deposits a --
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Facility of the Barnett National month Its volume of business is \ot. i-ISO. Ib USISAS AND MATT JACKSONVILLE. :frlOKIO\ 1'l July 1JI7Capt.
Bank of Jacksonville celebratedfour equal to that of a bank serving a --- --- -
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years of continuous service to city of 15,000 population. I
the military and civilian personnel Net only does the bank serve individual -
of NAS this week : patrons but it supplies 1. Duckworth Takes
Opened in July 1913. the bank currency for local Navy payrolls .
expanded: and contracted in accordance and Ship's Service payrolls at I
with the growth and NATTC, the Naval Hospital Green
post-demobilization reduction of Cove Springs, and Cecil Field. i
the station itself It was established The bank offers checking accounts Command Of Air Station

t3: accommodate personnel hereby traveller's cheques Dank

cashing checks, accepting-I money orders, New York drafts coo
posits, and offering other banking and collection items. t. v.apcain: Iieroert: ::''I. UUCK-
services I Mr. Clements took time out from ,y worth former Chief of Staff
Only one member of the original his duties this week to thank the for the Naval Air Operational
staff, Manager E. O. Clements, I Navy, all the departments aboard '
Training Command here
is left of the eight people who were and the personnel, both naval and M A. returned
on duty when the bank opened its civilian, for the fine co-operation to the Jacksonville Na-
' doors for business four years ago I I and assistance which has been : cal Air Station last week an
The staff rose to 11 members during I shown the facility through its four ommanding Officer.
k a <
# : the peak war years, and has I years of operation.
now been stabilized at seven : The Air Station facility is under r The new skipper assumed command
At present, the bank cashes the supervision of Frank Norris : at formal ceremonies, pre-
about 23.000 checks each month for and Bill Barnett vice-presidents of ceding personnel inspection and
I distribution of decorations last
patrons. During wartime this figure the Barnett National Bank in
reached as high ai :50> .000 to Jacksonville ,. Saturday morning, He relieved
--- y ? .vo' Comdr Paul E. Emrick, Executive
'r IT ISN'T EASY H/3. \ Officer who had been serving /oa
I ...:_a l .r Oi .. < Acting Commanding Officer since.
: Captain Anthony R. Brady depart.
f ; '" j ed lor Adak last month.
vS : > : Already well-known in local clr-

,, lIes by virtue of his previous assignment
.. ., "",, '>> ':*-'':,": :."" ',. ., "-;>,., : ', ..... I al'r here, Captain Duckwortb
L. 1i' :. ,, : ,
'II- '"''' -. ,.. 'IJC) : was welcomed back to Jacksonvillelast
: :, '
: ; ';f:jf"::. week by a number of prominent -
civic officials including Jack
Kavanaugh chairman of the

. i "hamber of Commerce's Naval Af-
.a tans Committee and William

M 1 Johnson, general manager and vice
president of the Chamber.
l li The Captain came to NAS aftera
year at the National War College -
Since he left here in June,
i .or 1915, he also served as skipperof
s the carrier MIDWAY which
4> took part in "Operation Frostbite"
: while he was in command. Although
i ; he reported to this activityin
November 1943 as Chief of
a Staff to Rear Admiral A. C. Mc-
Fall he also served for a time
r X11 under Rear: Admiral Ralph Davison:
.-. -Y"fo "'''''''''''-1lUi .. who succeeded Admiral McFall
Captain Herbert S, Duckworth when he left for England.
When Captain Duckworth first
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came here he had just returned
New Navy Radio Out-Patients Must from the Pacific where he had participated -
I in the Coral Sea Battle
To Be Make and the attacks on Wake and Mar-
Program AppointmentsFor I
J cus Islands. He was serving as air
officer of the LEXINGTON when
Aired On WJAXA Medical Care
+i that carrier was sunk in the Coral

I! A new radio program "Nautical I Medical care at the Out-Patient Sea engagement
IJTS I Born in Keo auqua. Iowa, Captain -
: Notes", is being launched locally : Department of the: Naval Hospitalfor Duckworth attended the State
this Saturday over radio station I
dependents of naval personnelhas Normal School at Cape Girardeau,
\\ JAX from 1630 to 1615 i i ,
of been placed on an appointment Missouri, before entering the Naval
IfI The first in a weekly series I I
I broadcasts about Navy personalities I basis it was announced last weekin Academy in 1918
and items of interest about : Station Memorandum No. 2247. I After graduation in 1922 he wa
the Navy and its personnel the ;: Institution of the new system does ordered to remain at Annapolis for
duty with the Navy rifle team of
J f'BE.ICIIING program is being offered by WJAXas away with the old practice of waiting -
which he was a member while a
service feature.
: a public in turn during certain designated -
Midshipman He the USS
Guest speakers on the initial program hours of operation.
will be Rear Admiral Ralph Patients or prospective patients IDAHO in 1922 serving in that
ship until 1921 with the exceptionof
Davison Commandant of the 7th may make appointments by letter,
brief In 1923 when he
Naval District and City Commis- telephone, or in person. Letters a period
sioner Thomas C. Imeson. Highlight should be addressed to "The Com- :jas detached for further duty with
of the series will be storiesof manding Officer U. S. Naval Hos- the Navy rifle team.
d local Navy men told b.r "Your pital, U S. Naval Air Station, In 1925, Captain Duckworth com-
a r Navy Reporter". Jacksonville. Fla." Telephone appointments pleted flight training at Pensacoja:
This will be the first regularly may be made on exten- He served in Aircraft Squadrons,
scheduled local Navy radio pro- sions 572 and 3317 I Scouting Fleet, until December,
1926 when he returned to Pensa-
will still be
gram since the NATTCSepCenseries Emergency cases
"Just Call Me Mister," end- handled day or night without ad- 'II cola for a tour of duty that lasted<
three years. He Joined Fighting,:
,., ,, .,..._ ,.. ,.. ,. ed over a year ago. During the vance notification. However it 1929.
=-" :>; -- --- I Squadron One in December,
war the NAS Public Relations Office was urged that notice be given
TilE BIG Martin Mariners on the seaplane I The new Commanding Officer
ramp these
I conducted a number of regu- ahead of tim even in casesif
14 a. tricky Job now being performed daily by members of the squadron larly-scheduled local possible l (Continued on Page Z) '
's beach crew. Unlike the SCls, which are lifted from the wa- program .\

ter by a crane, the PBM's must be pulled out bv tractors after NEW CAPTAIN'S FIRST INSPECTION .
members of the beaching crew hook up the wheels while the huge
plane is floating in about five feet of water The pictures above,
snapped last week, show the arrival 01 the last Mariner from Banana Y
< Ruei
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J.ll' .

Tournament-Filled Month Is

ll'I Ahead For PT Department iilw w s r

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Local' stocks: of aspirin and ice men have cars entered and are favored -
bags will -fall to new lows before I to show up wtll a
,. next month is out, with the NAS Then, on 31 July to 2 August
Physical Training and Welfare De- the 7th N. D. Softball finals will
partment chiefly responsible for be played with the winner of the
the record consumption. northern sector facing the winner fi'

The department is faced with a from Key West.
king-sized headache during the About this time swimmers will
next six weeks in the form of one start converging on NAS Jax to
of tne most tourney-packed programs take part In the InterDistrictswim
in its history. championships which will be i ift
Softball will start everything of held in the spacious indoor pool at
this month when the northern sec NATTC-NAS. The winners of this!
(ion of the Seventh Naval District tournament will hJ.veth.e right to
championships are held at the local take part In the All-Navy swim t
diamond. The local MalnsiJe ming meet.Following, /
nine will see action in this tourney this, baseball steps into .
for the first time Monday staal the spotlight when the InteD'istrtct -

night when it meets the always baseball: championshipsare .
?, dangerous Green Cove outfit at the held at Mason Field from 4

Pow Plant diamond All the August through 9 August. .
games in the northern section of Three days later, anotli Inter-
the tourney must be played by 28 District tournament U on the .
agenda., Softball steps back in with Q. '-V- _...? _r __,w< .... IWT': If __J ...,.v...;f", '
JulyDuring this time the first annual the winners from hero, New Orleans TilE NEW SKIlU'Li: followed Ins, a-i-iimqi: / 111 01< "'\\lIUlI111ld 1 lad Say, \oJ day by an inspection of officers -
fax:-Navy Miniature Raco Car meet and Great Lake1 putting on and mon cf the Naval An Station tie lit :t.i.t ii,>nj, '1 rcrnt-ioii" a Flight Test personnel
will b<* staged at NAS Jax 25 and the show accompanied: hy Comdr Paul C Cmru: EXtwui; GIF,'rr 1c't: 01.1 ) f.,1 i ('omdr Glen A Hargravo,
26 July It will be held on the new And a? a! fitting climax to all Flight Teat Office Comdr Einru. who Had b lrt A n0 v:imanUui,; Jfflcct since the departure
track near the corner of Yorktownand theM championship and tourna- of Captain Anthony R, Brady 'a"' < month ',urm rt .- '> '. r-'Ih- apt sun Dui'kworth at Ceremonies

Mustin Several of the local (Continued on rage 2) preceding he inspection

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 17 July 1947 w.

Capt. Duckworth WAS VERSION or THE "FLYING SAUCER' WAVES Add Two More Victories

(Continued from I'age' 1) .,-- ,, : ::.:::,.,rl..,.,.:..' ',,:. :".':.:..,:..'. ...'", '.,...: .H......,.. <. '.. ." ., "" ": _11
also has Wen attached to Fighting : I
Softball RecordWins
To Season's
Rrjuadron Five, based on the USS ; : ( I II
: -- ---- - -
RANGER, and from June, 1937. '

until May, 1940, he was stationedAt H.,. :5 .' :f I number 10 and 11 were the fourth- canto,- and another :

the Naval Air Station San Die- I .: .... .. racked up by the WAVES over" marker in the fifth. The locala" I
go. He later assumed command of ; the week-end when they flew to chased across a tally in the initial !

Fighting Squadron Two, attachedto ) :; ;> : > : I I Pensatola and tangled wit. the frame, two in the second, anotherone

the LEXINGTON, afterwards in the third, two more in the .
WAVES nine from there. The Jax-
becoming air group commanderAnd fourth, one each In the next two
then air officer of that ship. i ons copped both games, 10-2 and innings, and two in the seventh

For service as air officer of the 111. This was the third time this Laddie Vladeff had a perfect dayas I

LEXINGTON when that carrier season the locals had defeated the she cracked out three binglea ,
heroically went down in the Coral i in three trips to the plate. Lola E
Bea, Captain Duckworth receivedthe Goslings. The last time, the score Petty banged out three singles in ..

following letter of ( read something like 234. four appearances, as did LaVere. i

tion from the 'ommenda-I In the first game, Saturday: Ruth I Butch Glover knocked out a double .

Navy: LaVere threw eight-hit ball for the and single and climaxed these two
"The Department has hits with a booming four-bagger 11
winners and in
formed of the distinguished service I gave up one run to deep center.

tendered by you as air officerof

the USS LEXINGTON in action ,,. Win Second Easily

Against the Japanese forces" in the ::w '\' ': Racing off to a quick two-rim
Coral Sea on May 7 and 8. 1942. NOT TO BK OUTDONE by t lead in the initial frame on Sun

During and after that battle, you the "fI 'lng saucer" stories allover l ; .. day, the locals ran roughshod over "

remained at your post of duty, the 1.'. S.. NAS Jax came .. .-..,. ,. q-", the Goslings by a tune of 11-1, .
cooly and efficiently directing the through with its own version.No I Ruth LaVere again toed the slab

functions of the Air Department, it's not a mirage or an .... 54.rx for the WAVES and again gave up
awhile exposed to bombs, fragmentsand optical illusion, but the brainchild eight hits. The Pensacola girl

machine gun fire When it became of the men in the Ordnance I could only ring up one run in the

necessary to abandon ship, Shack in Hangar 114. They rig- : : :: t. : s. < ; .. seven-inning stint. ..

you personally directed and assisted ged up a pair of cardboard v s .;* I Butch Glover again had a field t
in the wounded and wings and attached them to a
evacuating day against the slants of the Gosling -
thereby materially contributed to regular Navy saucer, ending up hurlers as she banged out a
the reduction of losses to an amaz- with the outlandish creation
homer, triple, and double In hr
ingly small number. For the skill! \ pictured here. The contraptionlooks three trips to the plate. Jt"nnyPeaco'k

valor and devotion to duty shownon amazingly real, and when also pounded out a four-

this occasion, ;you are hereby photographed against a background bagger and collected a single on

commended." of planes seems to be ;.1.;: the side in her four visits to the .

While serving aboard the LEXINGTON flying through the air. Actually, dish. Winnie Jones hit safely in .
Captain Duckworth was the saucer is hanging by a thin her three trips to the plate and

twice commended by his task force black string, suspended from the ..... also scored, three markers
commander for services' during two end of a swab. By their accomplishment -
------- -
the men in the prd- w
other actions of that ship. CIVVIES OKAYED: FOR
For three months. July to October nance crew became the first
1942, Captain Duckworth group in the country to displayan I WEAR AT CPO CLUB

served: as executive officer of the "authentic" flying saucer. Chief petty officers and their

USS COPAHEE one of the first WAVE guests may now wear civilian -

converted merchant carriers. Then, I clothes at the Chief Petty
he served (consecutively as Chiefof I Officers' Club, it was announced .
Finals In
Staff of a urriE'r'talk force in Station Order No. 51-47> last
and commander in the South Pa- Hospital I week. The order also stated that -

cific and Chief of Staff to Admirals Golf Club Tourney I civvies may be worn while traveling -

Pownall and Montgomery.Tournament I between barracks and the club.
Slated For 27
July I Chatter ----- --- -- -- ----
I games. If we win this, we play the
Members of the Naval Air Civil- 1 winner of the NAS-Green Cove series -
I Ily Pat SterlingIt for the right to compete In
ian Golf Club who are taking partin I
(Continued from Page 1) seems that black eyes are all the finals. These games will all be

ments comes the All-Navy Swim the current three-week tourna- Hy t:. A. Chlpptronl, ACMM I the rage around the compoundthese played at night at the PowerHouse .,
Championships which will be held ment to determine the best civilian From the (I'O Advertising Room days. Won't you fellas ever diamond and all will start
here 21-22-23 August. Swimmers golfer at NAS will play: the finalsat The American Tobacco Companyis learn to watch those swinging promptly at 2000. or

from all over the United States, the Ponte Vedra Country Clubon famed for its "to the point ad- doors? For gosh! sakes, Moss .

Hawaii, and other Pacific Islands 27 July, it was announced this vertising", such as "Lucky Strike please stay out of the way of base- All you fellas are being askedto
week. The semi-finals will be held
will take part in this Navywideevent.
Means Fine Tobacco" or "For ball bats a good old-fashioned corn
this week-end at the Brentwood
Those Who Know Tobacco Best, a sWe shucking party out in the grove .
Although the staging of all thee Municipal golf course. Its Luckies 2 to 1," and let's not want to take this opportunity tonight 8t 1030. Come on out and ...
be awarded to the
Prizes will
outstanding service sporting events forget L.S.M.F.T,1Vell, kiddies, we, to bid farewell to Miss Nelle .be on time so. you can shuck your
tare will mean a good deal of hard I winners at a beach party which too, could advertise if we had to, Hanbury, chief clerk in the Dis- own ear of corn!
work, it is a tribute to the ability will follow the finals. Take for
and on the same plane. bursing Office, who is leaving soon .
of NAS Jacksonville as a host Anyone interested in joining this instance this bit of "For I
for Honolulu, to be married. The
aw well as its standing in Navy organization may do so by con- Them That Know the Navy Best, I IIt's Seems that wards get their
athletic circles. tacting one of its many members Sea Above the Rest," best of everything to you, Nelle; share of fun this week with two
it's been: great knowing you. visiting groups On Monday it's
or, even our own S.D.M.G.D, "Sea .
Rainbow Girls followed the
It's a pleasure" to welcome next night by a group from the
could word or
we change a
suit customer. aboard Doctors Kiel, Roberts USO-Salvation Army. Both prim-
two to our particular
Stitt, White, Worsham, Paul and ise to be good, so watch your
If he's a brownbagger, why just
xa tv change the ford !sea to shore and Lyons. The best of luck to you on weekly program to see if you're
your first duty station amongst the lucky.
the of a single
vice versa in case .
K man. Diversified advertising is the
} ticket. Great plans are in the makingfor Miss Marie Lansden, the Okla-

The problem of "Flying Saucers"is a staff picnic at Gold Head homa-Jan of the Red Cross' staff
Branch State Park for two consecutive -
t getting much too complicated.Even i has left us for Fort McPherson,
; Saturdays, July 19th, and
Georgia-Atlanta, that is. Also
the CPO Club is beginningto I I
'g. study science, and some of the 26th, for the alternative deserting Florida for that big city
Parties will leave immediately after : while is Miss Alice Moran
theories of our high chiefs are too I for a
fantastic to mention. The sanestone inspection.: There's a lake for I I We hope that both will visit Jax
license i-
swimming and, if you have a
to date is the theory that the again soon, for we don't like to ,
a discs are Frank Sinatra records you might try a little casting I think of goodbyes to either as being .
rw Did somebody mention food?
D being thrown from a high moun- final ones. And here's a couple -
tain by Bing Crosby. Anyway, the You need'nt worry, there'll be lots of horseshoes filled with the
Watch the Bulletin
of eats.
club has appointed an ace investigating good best of luck in your new work.
Boards for further information
committee to track down -- 1
t -
these nuclear pests, consisting of Now this one is Important! If
Cw R. F. Blankenship, E. C. Graff and This past week was a very goodone you REALLY want to learn to
Gabby Smith. They were chosen for for the Softball team; saw dance, and are an honest-to-jobn '

their vast experience in fluid them win two ball games. First, I beginner, start coming around

physics: and there iwn't too much"diff" last Monday, they defeated the I early on Wednesday nights to the
CPO Club, 8-7. Then, on Wednesday -'
between nuclear rfnd fluid, dancing classes. The instructor
is there? Especially when they : we beat the Inspection department will be on hand to take you in

both deal with physics. I don't ball club, 11-2. hand and, before the inevitable -....
x I mean Ex-lax, kiddies. The only This week starts the annual Seventh party gets underway, he'll really ...

t' ----- progress from this committee to Naval District Softball Tourney show you a thing or two. This' is
t r, e 1 1 I / .date is the assertion that the saucers The Hospital plays NARTUin to be sharp at 1900 every Wednesday
IR 1' come from the Club Galley. a series of two out of three First you learn some fancy

AND NOW to turn to more serious ain't we? ? ? ) steppin" then the girls come

problems of the world, like the FLAT TIRES to the commuterswith in and you practice your newly-
love of Princess Elizabeth and cars who hate to pick up loyal acquired skill. Come on over and
I It and remember! This is
Prince Phillip. Did you notice the bluejackets going to and from try
pictures of them in the paper, or work. for beginners only 1900 every .

read. the account of the affair. I NO NEWS from the bar this Wednesday night.. a
liked the part where they said "the week 'cause ."I weren't there." *
love in her eyes shone so bright PERSONALITIES He was PATIENT OF THE WEEK: For
d A they looked like a pair of flying only on the station a very short our special this week we want to
saucers" (again). time when he was suddenly struck I introduce you to Jack Keene, a

j i HAVE YOU NOTICED How with an internal sicknE'ss-Sin'e brand-new papa, and a proud one,
the brownbaggers and their families then, he has not fared too well, too! If you noticed the fine aroma

1 1k I are finding the club a nice and a few visitors would probably of cigar smoke floating around a

: place to 'come to? The small make him feel a lot better, So, couple of weeks ago, you probably -

general improvements to the club, those of you who know him, go up guessed that someone was

wall lamps, rugs in the lounge, a to the hospital Ward B-7, and see happily "passing 'em out"and ..
y Ni new service bar? The look of Jim Morrow, ACM. I know he'll be Keene was the guy. .
terror on the faces of the chiefs glad to see you The J. D. Zinns'are This makes a repeat performance -
Y J 4I I when told to take the GCT exam ? expecting Maggie BladeYlclDR in his family and if the

I : The smiles on the faces of the ( ) has sent that "bootiful" new Jack, Junior, turns out be as

i. men who work at A&R at quittin' ring back to Milwaukee Rip handsome! as his older sister, Sha-

THE STATION HANK which has served the personnel at NAS time? (tah, drudgery) How the Rippengil has two refrigerators at ron, he'll be a heartbreaker for

Jacksonville for four eventful years is looking forward to rendering single men make the club "their home, one for grits, another for sure.
greater service in the future In the top photo, the tellers are home away from home" ? The beer Pappy Nolin is awaitin Jack is from Breckinridge Missouri -
even bUHy cashing' checks and making deposits for patrons of the bank. suntan on our regular habitueswow i direct orders from CorAlrLarU where he plans to live when
Bottom photo Manager E. O Clements shows bank employees the ( !) of the pool? How the Tiny Sthawsar held his Sunday ser- out of the Navy. His special hobby
for in Room 11D. His theme.... is ms family and nobody who
18000th account opened by the bank since its establishment four the CIO mews has turned mon
In addition to Mr. Clements they are, left to right, Ruby the better: by a large margin? "Adam and the 'A' Bomb." had seen any member of it could
years ago. "Smoke, DON'T FORGET -- All blame him for that And while
ITEM (music) your
Tfcomafl, teller, Dane Moore, bookkeeper and teller; Judy Reeves, NEWS
teller and Joseph Hilley head teller Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette" has chiefsto attend the General As- we're on the subjectwe'd surely
Lola King, exchange
Loralne teller King, bookkeeper and teller was not present when the replaced "It'a a Bin" on the CI'0Club sembly :Meeting\ at the club onMonday like to add that they really havea
lot 21st. swell guy for a Pa!
staff picture was taken Hit Parade. ,(A cultured July


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17 July 1947 JAX AIR NEWS Page ThreChief <

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fr.. ,

L Since this column's regular writer -
has been on leave, I offered my
. services as Guest Editor for this
issue and was accepted on condi- y
tion I didn't give away any intimate UJSj
secrets which I might over-
hear as I browse around the bar-
1 1i
racks, If I weren't so restricted
I promise you this article would be

k more spicy reading. I i
-. k N One evening last week I attended
> / ., the Softball game between Chief
Springfield Girls at the Stadium. I
saw' our girls take their 14th I MOVIES: Weekday1730 and WOO: ; week-ends-1430 and 2000.(
straight win, with a score of 8 THURSDAY
to 1. My canine friend. Duke "SPORT OF KINGS" with Gloria Henry.
Steinke, also witnessed the massacre .FRIDAY
although he went by private DANCE-Dick Rankin and his Orchestra. Starts at 203().
: car and thus missed some really SVTUKDAY AND :SUNDAY

.... i'; good vocalizing by Chief Jerni- "IVY," starring Joan Fontaine .
gan on the bus MONDAY .
97 Speaking of Duke, and his brother "THAT'S :MY GAL," starring Lynn Ro erts. :"..
ee Nikki, (who just returned from TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY k.,
an unauthorized 48-hour liberty) "FIESTA," starring Esther Williams. $W'
they may be all that I'm not as THURSDAY

regards posture pulchritude, and "SWING THE WESTERN WAY," with J. Leonard. ';j
'I : pedigree but they know who.
" : : boss In the back yard of Bldg. 722. JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
; : Or am I?
I II I Sally Sue Just told me our ball TlilTHSUA AND FRIDAY
team gathered two more wins over "MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION" starring Irene Dunne.
Clements and hU nwck-up( the weekend at Pensacola. Our VTUKDAY
-- -- -- team is red hot!!: "
-- -- "SWING THE WESTERN WAY. with J. Leonard
I Here are some odds and ends I SUNDAY 'r{

I NARTU Ordnanceman's Mock-Up heard: Atfbie IJogert is having a "WEB OF DANGER" featuring Adele'Mara. '.,
fine time in the windy city, not MONDAY AND TUESDAY '

missing a thing. Johnny Shafer is a I "IVY," starring Joan Fontaine. fKDNEftDAY .
Eliminates Bomb Release Error lifeguard at a pool in Utica, N. Y. \\' : ';-:i:.':*, .'
Dee Dun has bl'l'n11'8.. Rodney "THAT'S MY GAL," with Lynn Roberts. ";"J b':':"\
I. Haas since June 21 and Jackie Noll THURSDAY ,: \
t was one of her brldt.'smaills.ors.. "FIESTA," starring Esther Wiliama. ' ; V
Chief Jim Clements is not the type of an ordnance man '-1 I
Kennison, Betty's mother, paid us
to let anyone get fouled up with an ordnance system with a very brief visit last week. And I OTHER EVENTS '
which he's not familiar. No. sir, the popular Naval Air lie- think the Refreshment Committee

serve Training Unit chief gets down to brass tacks immediately ftft' the Open House, with Florence BINGO I'ARTYEvery Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage

and doe something about it. I Hayes as chairman, deserves a dog ATHLETIC GEAR-Available: at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and

..... Recently it became apparent at XAIlTL"; that ''\veekend I biscuit Here's for wishing the fine a job speedy they recov-did. I Mustin Road, 1000.1130 and 1300-1330 daily, and at Gear Room, top.
warriors" who i I side Bldg. 726, 0800.1700 on work days.
were flying I ery to both Peaches Broome Jones
FG's were not familiar with the the actual ordnance system in theI and Billie Stewart in the hospital. MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room -1,'Bldg 913, open 12002400.
aircraft itself. U Identical Club meets at 1900 Wednesdays.
procedure for firing wing Operation j Hope they'll soon be well I
proper with the same switches in the I II Birthday girls this month are MODEL RACE CAK CLUB-Room 3, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1900
or for releasing miniature
guns same location, and the same circuits Rosie Devine on the 11th, Eleanor Fridays
bombs. The reason for this was I are utilized I I Foley on the 21st, and Jo Bies l'UOTOGH.l'III.UURoom: 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1930
that most of the unit'a Corsair I Since NARTU first put the Anne Hostelmk, and Helen Krausson Thursdays.
pilots had flown FlU-lD's, and the I trainer to use a number of weeks'' the 24th UOU'LING-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building
switch arrangement in the FG, ago not a single FG pilot has reported : I wish Bobby Garner and Betty 'I No. 3. Alleys open from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700-
| failure ot fire or bomb release i I Weral lots of fun on their leaves, :2100 Saturdays and Sundays.
which is a modified type, is some- due to pilot error. But Chief and I'm glad to see Boots Harden, BOXING For intormatlon regarding workouts, contact Lieut..
what different than in the F4U I Clements isn't sitting back and !'Midge Bryant, and especially Jean Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
Clements sized up the situation and 1 resting on his laurels He has an : O'Bryant back from their recent 1500. '
..."' decided that the need! for a suit- I F6F-5 ordnance trainer under construction leaves MAINMDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
at the present time and Have you tried out the new date the South wing of Building No. 950, is open to NAS personnel and
able training aid was obvious.In in the near future, he intends to rooms yet? I much prefer themto their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions -
short order he got his tools begin work on a model for a PV2. : the lounge so cosy and intimate by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho
together gathered the materials NARTU is very proud of Jim's !, Also, the library in the mid nograph available for use of all hands.
which he believed would be
necessary work and has already incorporated : die wing has a large assortment of R.\Rl'-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build
and in a number FG of ordnance hours it as an integral part of the enlisted good book When I learn to read, ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
completed a mock-up and pilot ground school. I I may borrow some. 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 ,tq 2100.
trainer for NARTU. every pos ,
b\MMMINU-(outdoor pools I Daily Monday through Saturday-
sible the ral resembles '
\,. way. YOU CAN'T WIN By Hough 0800 to 1900; Sunday-1200 to 1900.
., I GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun-
"0 CLUB" day from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House Bathing.
M trunks prohibited on Golf Course"
Jti .4N1'IIORAGI-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
doles 0L "*rds and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
1 I Field.
Don't forget next Saturday's I T"NNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-
Dinner Dance at the Club featuring ing Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
Yorktown RoadsRCIltltl'Club).
[l. DICK RANKIN AND HIS .\ located in Bldg. 899, open daily from 1800to
ORCHESTRA 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
Admission It per couple Everyone welcome.

.. Formal reservations or Informal Dress be NURS.RY-Sporuored by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 110L
Dinner may or'' Hours: Monday through o'riday-0100 to 2400; Saturday-O700 to
made either ext. 8154
0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents
8187. for each additional Child; Card-$7 for one child; $2 for each additional -
cash child: Daily (for working mothers)-$1 from 0700 to 1800
Last Saturday's -
---- ---- ---- ---
was won you know, by Lt. receive their regular pay.
Wm Looney from Cecil Field- T.1. EmployeesCan To enable civilian employees at
lucky fellow! NAS t.) take advantage of this new
Next Saturday we'll start In j Be Granted law by enrolling in the new Civil-
again to the tune of Dick Ran- ian Naval Reserve, a recruitingsubstatt.m
''tln's Orchestra with $23 for the
will'be in
operation on
.AI lucky member, if he's there. If Military Leave Thursday of each week in Room 8

{ ,M. the member whose number is indefinite Civil of he Vocational Training Build-
drawn is not there, the cash i inNo. 167. Veterans of all
made eligible
prize the following week will be Service employees were branches of the Aimed Forces
for 1,) days a of military' in
increased $50--and so on. \\'orhl'ar II as well as all
( leave on the same basis as permanent non- .:
Of course, we can't always: Public Law veterans between the ages of 17
employees by
guarantee musical: accompaniment -
i through 39 are eligible
I 15i which was approved on 1 July.
by Dick Rankin and his -..-
Orchestra for the Saturday Reservists in this category may'
I Station Model Car 1
night drawing, but we do have ;low apply for two-week active I
them for our Dinner Dance this duty cruises without having the Club To Hold Mod '
JI time charged to annual leave In I
See you there': I addition to their service pay for Here 26 & 27 JulyThe
Open real wide, please:I" this active duty period, they will I
__ -- -. n____ --- -------------- Jax-Navy model race car
club will sponsor Its first Annual

STALEMATE By Harold Jones, SI Timeless Gag Miniature Race Car Meet on Saturday

and Sunday, :2 d and 27 July, I

on the new station model ear track

near the Intersection of Yorktown

.. and The Mustin meet, scheduled to
get underway i
eo at 0900 Saturday, will beheld
I under AMRCA sanction and
rules. A large turnout is expectedto
I vie for the seven spur and seven -

proto club trophies.The is trying. to obtain W

4:1 T Thomas, Sr., of Daytona Beach,
holder of the world's spur gear
record, to serve as chief judge
Entry blanks are being sent to
all model car race clubs In this
area, along with an invitation to

: participate in the meet

u . I\I\-\!\ "'11\;.; :#


Four JAX AIR NEWS 17 July 1947

IT'S A TOUGH LIFE By Sleeves ..

>)'-fWjiWiEditorial I S I Poetic License ,


Offices "SO IJITUD E"' .
South Wing, Loner Deck, Hid,. 930: }q7 1.

Telephone Extension 8184 Niy11t descends, and in so doing _

Arthur M. Greene, Editor Transforms a busy world into (

A world of quietude and rest.I '\ .
The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at th e ." A
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida am 1 see it now first upon the hill d
printed commercially with non-appropriated funds a t That overlooks the small community, )
no expense to the government and in compliant e, How graceful this velvet night
with SecNav Circular Letter 45-1913 dated 12 December
Engulfs all in itt path
1945. Copies are distributed free of charg'e
at the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technica 1 Now. silently it slides along the hill

Training Center, the Headquarters of the Nava l And settles quietly upon the village sqna*.

Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters o 1 I am alone in perfect, solitude '
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Ai r: .'h//; / ..
That now prevails. So strange this
Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Rang! -
And the U. S. Naval Hospital. Feeling that has overcome my weary soul!

Rear Admiral Ralph DaTlion So strange ... I dare not think for fear
Commandant Seventh Naval District Mil thoughts will pierce this quiet night
Chief ef Naval Air Advanced Training
And echo then re-echo as an uttered sound

I Comdr. Paul E. Erarick, USN, Commanding Reverberates from deep within a care.
Jacksonville Naval Air Station
It seems that all the world has

Captain Jules F. Schumacher USN Commanding Suddenly grown weary and peacefully
Naval Air Technical Training Center .
a Succumbed to .
long-awaited sleep.
Captain & M. Sruwr (MC) USN. Commanding
U. S. Naval HoepitalCaptain I Still I remain my soul advertently aware c : e r

Of some incomprehensible reality I
F. W. Frlestman USNR Commanding
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit That only God can understand!

lit. Cul. -T. C. Moore, Jr., USMC, Commanding -I Kenneth: F. Bryant Y2c II .J
Marine BarraekaU. r

Comdr. Neil Avery TJSN, 0-in-0 ;Js1Gd i re, i., ,,
Naval Air Gunnery Rang

Cuiidr. Frederick J. Brush USN. Commanding I I know that flying saucer stuff Is supposed to be a lot of
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field bunk-but they're been coming In like that all night!"
I __
Capt. Alexander M. Hearn USMC II

Marine Aviation Detachment TNt ws cnclVieuss rom t itwnAw&/I Commercial I.tiC 'I':?'; 'j [r JllTI1f(

Tb' JA3 AIR NEWS receive Ship' Editorial Association material _,. .
Republication of credited matter prohibited without /11 [ I
permission of I SEA:> Washington 25, D. C. Republication of any; Bulletin '
other matter except br lervlc publication. I* prohibits : : .
without permiiiion of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. : J t1B\\

Often, chaplains, those people] who always Bulletinlll be accepted until

try to take the joy out of life, cogitate. space has been Ailed, but not later 1" -::-
The Human Element than JOOO Tuesday. Ext. 8230. & _
After cogitating, they emerge with irrefut- I I,

By Ships' Editorial Association. able reasons why people should attend FOR SALE !

"Human engineering" is a new phrasein church. Well, it seems that I was dropped, 1949 paint deluxe motor Ford and four-door tire. Price sedan.very real-New I HAWAII: THE 49TH STATE

or, perhaps, pushed, while still of holding onable. Chief Sutherland. Bid*. 531 ext. by Blake Clark,tell3 the colorful e
the Navy's vocabulary. It means makingthe 397.\ story of Hawaii from the fascinating .
size from a fifth-story window and landed 1941 Tudor super deluxe Ford sedan. Good
of the
the early days
fit the Until recently explorersand
machine man. ,
tires, body heater and spotlight. Excellent
of the Navy's engineers have been squarely on my head. Thus, having medi- condition. Eni. R. H. Radtke Bid?. whaling ships to the present
problems tated on the same subject, I emerge with 713. Room 148. day. The author "discusses the Ha-
predominantly mechanical. That is, the ma- J-2 Piper Cub. $500 or swap for car. R. waiian way of life in terms of the
three reasons why some people should not E. Stowell NATTC. Bks. 61.
chines were limited in performance rather to church. Table model radio record player, email history of the peaple, the loyaltyand
than the humans. go baby crib large baby crib baby buggy. patriotism of the Americansof
Ext. 27S or phone 2-3023. Mr. My erf. Japanese
With the advent of more complex machines Going To Church Is DangerousSome Baby reatonable.carriage.Phone Good 2-0837 condition Mri.price Weir.very' of military domination ancestry, the effects future .,

and faster-moving machines, the human Diamond ring nil; Marine' blue uit. of the average workingman, and
limitation problem becomes greater and people have discovered in worship Ext. t<3 or phone 7-4341 after working" the opportunities for business success .
houri. VYasko.
radical and construc- "
many new White sold wedding let for 165. Phone in the islands.
greater. tive ideas. These Ideas have led them'to for- 28858. C. B. Council. For a complete discussion of the

Physicians have long known that the human sake the security and smug satisfaction of Chest easy of chair drawer, book-case., vanity J.dresser A Baker end, phon.table Japanese in the islands read HA-

organism operates within very narrow the status without thought of personal 2-8(44. WAH'S JAPANESE; AN EXPER-
1941 Glider house trailer. Three completerooms.
limits. It cannot stand variations in tempera safety, to challenge injustice, greed, bigotry, Also Can trailer be hitch at Davie and overload Trailer William Lir.d. This by is Andrew an- -w

ture of more than a few Degrees without and prejudice. It has led them from safety i Park springs.Yukon, lie seen Mr. Mary Swartout.Car I authoritative review of democratic

heating or cooling equipment. It cannot with into danger-often to their death. A great NAS.and Harris baby ext.bed. g.Mixmaster 1215B. Hancock racial relations in Hawaii writtenby

stand a drop in the oxygen pressure withoutaid many people are perfectly safe and quite overstuffed chain, three-piece I a man who carried on research
breakfast set. 1415B Child St., NAS. in race relations in Hawaii for
devices. It cannotfix
through some special satisfied without any constructive ideas. Theyare Pilling.4plece the past twenty years. The study
attention on more than one or two thingsat light oak bedroom set consisting
personally content to vegetate. It wouldbe of full sine bed with innerspring mattress was sponsored by the American
a time. unthoughtful and dangerous to make large bureau dressing table with Council, Institute of Pacific Rela-

And the speed with which the human or- them stop making like turnips.It large., Dewey mirror.Park.Price. $jOt 3430B TaylorSt. tions, and is a valuable sociological '!"
14 ft. sailboat good condition. Chief Kempor report as well as an excellent eval
several bits of informa-
ganism can integrate .. uation of the
Parker at ext. 9 Hawaiian experiment.
tion into usable knowledge is limited. A hu- Would Lead; To An Unbalanced Ecoonray Bedroom set, livingroom set and kitchen Those of who .
set. Very reasonable. F. N. Johnston you are having
man cannot reach more than several feet :Many people, by attending church, would A4R ext. 734. trouble with your golf game and
Five-room white anbesto shingle house would
from a given position, cannot exert more I have their ideas of fidelity, integrity, value, In Murray Hill $3.800. Hardwood floor find like to improve your score
than a certain number of pounds of pressure Will take good condition used car for may some help in Jim Dante'sTHE
and fair play changed. This would mean that equity or cash. 4802: Headier Terrace or NINE BAD SHOTS OF
with hands or feet, can only learn at a cer- I there would be less Inclination-to steal, murder Box 84. Yukon, Fla. GOLF. He cites the mistakes which

tain rate and loses consciousness when sub- duck responsibility, or neglect children or Double kitchen and table single Ironing bed with board mattresses child's can interfere with your playing

jected to changes in the force of gravity. There likeable rhair. Burns A&R Shop 231U or l30: and then describes corrective pro- ..
spouses. are many Lynwood Ave, Wesconnett. cedures in detail. Many drawingsare
With all these limitations, it now becomes judges, wardens, and reformatory workers Sofa mattress bed maple two end desk table, double'two bed.chairs springs UO. used to illustrate clearly anti

a problem of making the machines fit the who would find their services no longer re Crouch, ext. 41S or 3307A.Gibbs Ave., simply the procedures which are .

capabilities of man to achieve the most ef- quired. It would become necessary to fire I Dewey walnut Park.3piece bedroom suite, spring and described GIVE US in the OUR text.

fective man-machine combination.Man them. This would increase our unemploymentand Child mattress St.,. baby NAS.crib Emerson high ext.chair.7S4.HUll Arthemise Goertz is a DREAM consistently by

cannot fly the airplanes it is possi- further dislocates our present economy.At 1936 Ford two-door sedan. Rebuilt motor, amusing novel. The author uses the

ble to construct with the controls and instru- the present time, local state and federal I J.four Patterson tires sealed Brk beam. B. headlights. "Grand Hotel" pattern to leveal 1
budgets have provided billions of dollars to 1947 Aeronca Champion. 400 hours. Price, the cross-currents of life in a small
ments we have at present. New problems $1500. Chief Pinkston. ext. 367. apartment house in a Long Island
arise at supersonic speeds. We are not sure provide "wet nurses" for infantile adults, 7-plece maple dinette suite, 6-piece maple suburb. The central character is w
livlngroom suite 3-plece maple bedroom
that man can see at 750 miles an hour. The wise guys, and corner cutters whose ideas of suite 1410A Child St.. NAS. C. H. So a. the amazing, fat, lonely Mrs. Mar-
value and fair have Baby bassinette with mattress practically san whose opera glasses enable her
integrity fidelity play
effect upon his hearing is not understood I new. Make offer. Paddy golf cart. 4543
fully. \Ve cannot say that a pilot at 750 milesan never progressed beyond the "diaper" stage. Tlmuquana 443.: Rd. Lt. Comdr. Kona ext. I her.see The most story of what moves goes swiftly on around from ,.

hour can even stay right-side up, can keep Too suddenly find such expenditures unneces- 1941 Special deluxe Chevrolet. Good mo- '' one episode to another.:-nnd most P"

from being lost to in relation to other ob- ary would cause economic repercussions.It tor., radio Browning and ,heater.ext. 8213 Excellent or- I of them are very humorous.
phone 2-1994 after 1700. THE STORY OF MRS. MUR-
jects in the air or on the ground, can use his Interfere Western
Would With Pleasure Flyer bicycle with headlight $33. PHY by Natalie Anderson Scott
radar or fire his guns.A Chief Thomas, ext. 621. tells the story of the complete disintegration
Church attendance 1941 Dodge coupe. Excellent shape. $1165..321SB .
man attempting to escape from a plane on Sunday morning Blair Ave., Dewey Park. Haddock. through periodic
would interfere with some of the more grue- Solid blond oak bedroom suite, llvingroom drinking bouts, of a young man
miles hour have his
moving at 750 an might
suite table, lamps, rugs G. E. consoleradio with charm but without charac-
some Saturday night frivolity. Inasmuch as dinlnirroom suite breakfast set.
skin and flesh stripped from his bones.In .
8S87 Park St.. Wahlgren. ter. The story of wild Irishman
ice not
bags on throbbing noggins are being
any case, all these problems must be FOR RENT Jimmy Murphy is one that will
in church this ..
it would
worn season mean
I hold your interest for it is en-
solved before faster planes can be operated would have leave"George's Two-room Phone 9-4S81, Mrs. ... i
I that many people to apartment. grossingly written, but it is nota i
effectively. Naval research constantly is being Lourcey. story to be
particularly enjoyed.
Sophisticated Bucket Blood" ata Room on NAS bus route. For one or two
conducted to determine the effect of reasonable hour in men. 2124 College St. Phone 7-6938,
a semi-respectable con- Jacksonville. This
Sims. bag contained Navy
speed and other forces upon humans as well dition. This may conceivably conflict with Two room in Riverside. One with klt hen gear a* well a* personal rear. In tht
the other with house right shirt pocket i* Identification eon-
as machines. The human scale is the Navy's privilege light
the inalienable right of "the pursuit of happiness" keeping. Phone 2-0031, Mrs Driver. slating of Naval Aviator Certificate and
guide to approaching its varied problems. the Constitution.For One or two bedroom In nice private Commercial Pilot License It i* requested
guaranteed by home. Every convenience, all home privilege that any Information be sent to Ensign
AstSecNav for Air John Nicholas Brown these reasons we must discard, for *, good location. Phone %-151l.: Mr, James folk/ Vlrgimi.Theo Pruchn.. VA-tB. NAIL Nor.

revealed this information in a recent speech. some people, that fine old greeting: "See you Bowgg

-1 *- at church." WANT.ED; ..

Building to lease for commercial UM ",p- a a r rAt
Rotate Too prox. Sb'jiSO..See Baxter Shop :3.IS. 1 e
Ships Facetiously
yours, Two rider from Hamilton and Edjrewood
to Na via Poet and Roosevelt. WorkIng -
(SEA-The Navy has good reason for Chaplain John B. McPherson. hour 0800 to 1630. Michel ext. Sill.: : the Station Chapels Birmingham
Rider from downtown to NAS. Working Road and Mastin Avtnne
rotating its ships on foreign duty. Long a hour 0715 to 1600. Liperto, ext. 327.: Protestant
established of the establishment title from Lakeshore section to NAS. 0930 NATTC: Service Chaplain C'
firmly policy maintain
morale without
moving large numbers Working hour 0700 to 1543. Saonway, Boyer
the rotation plan sends ships on for- of dependents!:! overseas, to maintain ext. 489. 104 (:ienernl Worship Derv,c" Ride from King and Park to NAS. Work- lain R. I,.
eign service for periods of six months, with uniform {standards of training without establishing in., hour OIJOO to 16JO. Barbara Keep Catholic Murphy

minor exceptions.: Aircraft carriers also are foreign station training facilities, tide eat from 8222! Park And Burrs to NAH main 0700 COCO--Mas Mans.*.
assigned to the forces abroad from time to rM Working hour 0800 to 1630 K:xt, 1100 Mas .
to permit as many men as possible to make 491. Min, UoatwriphtIXJ8T. AD -Outdoor* Nursery tar iiunll fliildren -
time. foreign contacts and to permit maintenance: I* maintained betwee. 9900

licasonaor rotating the ships are To and repair of our ships in U. S ports. On Jell 12 I horn July aa 1047.$B2c one ja the:Navy"ra1ball'\HAl: :! and 1200.Page .

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r : : I L9llFC/&l AROUND' &- f: I

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A& R
: Engine Overhaulby Carl W.

11 Plaver-VVe can't help but notice .

ig r d how seriously Chief Snake Suner breath of spring after ner ow leave
y 1 is sweating Flora Moore ever as she really enjoyed herself Un-
4 since he found out she has a new derstand her husband is just about
Buick. Between Snake and the finance well to
enough go back to work.
company, poor Flora has
: : : nothing but a hard time. Jean's hubby, Jack is back ta
: : : Chief Skinner has just informedus town on a 30-day leave.

that the best cut rate drug storein Miss Brooks toured Atlanta

Brooker, Fla., is featuring, this Barbara Merck is now a married
week only, Ward's Fragrance of lady. Lots of luck, Barbara

M> Axle Grease Hair Tonic, manufac- Thank you very much, Virginia' ,
.' turing rights' of
which are owned for taking over for me.
solely by our planning section's
own Margaret Ward. How about it, Miss Dunbar enjoyed her trip
to Birmingham, Alabama.
'- P. B. ?
It takes the hot weather to sep- Planning Dh'lslon-by Seamor
:, arate the men from the boys. Any- I Folks are still drifting back from
5' ; a Sar one who doubts this should take a their vacations, but most of us
look at the number of erstwhile have returned to normal routine
: ., volley ball players who are now work. However, things are still
;,,'-tIJ : > ';' I spending their lunch hours pitch- I. happening. For instance:

. ,,'' i&>. ing horseshoes. Two members of our division, Elsie
4" THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS of the Design and E Engineering Division of Public Works insure I As a result of recent personnel I Costle and Alphia Wright, havea
that buildings constructed at NAS will be free from structural defects by working with the other action which reinstated all former difference of opinion as to whether -

engineers of the Division during the pre-co struction period. Two of the engineers, L. A. Thornburg, ,I snappers who were veterans, Shop it is better to be thin or pleasingly
,I 'left, and F. R. McCully, check the structural features of a new addition to one of the station's build- 1322, Minor Overhaul, which has plump. It seems that last
I.m ings. I a total complement of eight civilians week Alphia came to work with a
,, found itself with one lead- box of Ry-Crisp under her arm and
ingman and three snappers. Looks proceeded to pass them aiound.
INSIDEPUBLIC will like they will have to snap at each The same day, Elsie came to work
Strikers 3tipPL1r.
other. with a box of home-made fudge.
WORKSWith Bo DischargedPenalties i E. G. Wolff E. O. leadingman, is Personally, I liked the fudge bet
] thinking maybe he can explain the ter. Any comments ?

summer in full swing, and for striking against! : >> SALLIES "flying disc" mystery. He thinks, Sue (call me Sweet pea I Verner

S vacations drawing personnel from the Government were laid down H perhaps, they are wayward hub- went to Georgia for an old fashioned -
their duties, the Public Works De- in section 305 of Public Law I IK caps, inasmuch as four disappeared barbecue on the Fourth. It must
partment is unusually quiet this 101 of the Eightieth Congress. from his car one day last week have been really wonderful as Sue
.' week. Two new employees were In addition to making it unlawful -while it was parked in the A&R did not appear back to work untd
. welcomed aboard, however. The CLARA E. SPEEK parking lot. the
for any Individual employed By following Tuesday. What happened -
". first, Mrs. Doris Wilson, reportedto by the United States or SIGNS AND SAYINGS IN AND Frank Fulmer's Post 137 base- Sue? Did you meet HIM *>
File Room for duty, and the ball Club, though still in undisputed Cleona
any agency thereof, Including AROUND SUPPLY: As you enter I Blackburn has been on
second, D. B Caraway, reported to wholly owned Government Cor- the Paint Shop: "If you have noth- possession of the City League's the sick list for some time now
the Maintenance Office at NAGR porations to take part In cellar, finally wox' a ball game last with a foot injury. Just how
I any ing to do, don't do it here! she is
; ',_ to replace Mr. Marvin Arnold who strike, the law states that those Prominently displayed on third week} when it defeated the V.F.W. I progressing is not known, but we
; r is transferring to Mainside Public participating in such strikes deck on a huge pink backgroundthe team, 8 to 5. Congratulations, all hope that she gets well real
? : Works. Glad to have you, folks. will be discharged, Immediately.They single word: "THINK!" In Frank. Here's hoping this game I quick and returns to her old
.' A little excitement was enjoyed will also forfeit their civil the ladies' rest room one Monday puts your team in a winning frame friends here in A&R.

'. ,* ( ?) by Frances Theus when service status If any, and morning: "Kilroy was here!" of Marvin mind. Gurr I For the past two weeks. the
her home sofa caught on fire. It will not be eligible for reem- A card with a wide black, mourn- luck has most unusual members of Planning out front
. seems hubby worked late that ployment for three years by the ing border under the glass top of, his typists. Have you have been met with wintery weather -
j ; night arid, before retiring, he United States or any such agency. a supervisor's desk: "Your trials ty people assigned seen the to his latest office blonde? beau- upon entering the offices. The

! sleepily left a lighted cigarette on and tribulations break my heart. I air conditioning is really working
f an ash stand which eventually fell They are unique. Never in all my Structures Dh-I810n-by Lathetis overtime, but don't stop it. It's
on the sofa. It happened on one experience in the Navy have I Gunter-Structures Division lost more fun helping the women keep
of our warmest nights, too. The InspectingThe heard of anything like them. To 310 employees to the Metals Divi- warm, isn't it, fellows ?
:' ... neighbors helped toss the sofa InJ show you how deeply I sympathizewith sion and picked up Disassembly Jim Vearil seems to have a per-
Sq the yard and turned the hose on you in your great trouble, I and Cleaning Shops in the reorgan- petual wish. His constant desireis
It. Frances said there was so much i i give you this card with the sug- ization. We welcome the employeesof that the hands of the clock
ry" smoke she felt like Al Jolson in gestion that you spend an hour in these shops into the Structures should reach 1545 as rapidly as
J" "Black Face." InspectorsBy meditation and prayer." Under Division. possible after starting work.

I; '_ The department regrets to hear I another glass-top desk: "The Navy Pleasant Taylor of shop 305 has What's the matter, Jim, don't you
'\ow'- of the injury to Donald Colweli's HELEN BURNETTE Way. Yes, sir! the sympathy of the division on like our company? Or is there

\ son who suffered a head injury I We are glad to report that aftera No, sir! the sudden death of tits mother, someONE waiting for you after
r while swimming. "VVe all hope it is strenuous two-week period the No excuse, sir!" June 29th. working hours? ,

nothing serious. personnel in the Main Office have "SO-AND-SO KNEW "SOANDSO" Ruthie Singleton has been trans- Assembly Division by I. D.
Various members of the depart- about caught up with back work WHEN: Sam Hendricks' father ferred back to shop 306. Welcome Bouchard-It seems that thingsare
ment have received cards from !from the two-week shut-down pe- knew and went to school with I Ruth. now back to normal again aft-
Betty Johnson, Public Files, dur- riod and things are running; the late Irvin S. Cobb. Olive Tay- There is some scuttlebutt going er the vacation and holiday period.
around that
ing her current trip to California. smoothly again. Boy, how the lor knows Dorothy Shay (better 30? took the a fatal girl in shop The deck is full of airplanes once
Judging from the comments, she I work can pile up when one is known to Jaxons as Dorothy Sims) step Friday, more and the men are on the ball
July 11. Look out
'Y is having a swell time. I away, yes, even for a shut-down. who has gained national fame as a moving them up and out.
or has a girl in
N. C. Farmer, Design Division I Norma Mercer, attractive redhead the "Park Avenue Hillbillie." She Congratulations every to W.port.E. Jen- I We are very sorry to see cur

.. civil engineer, gave a talk on "Ob- in the Main Office, really is singing at the St. Regis in New kins and E. V. Clenny of shop 305 I leading chief, A. B. Emerson, leave
servations of an Engineer on a pulled a surprise on us by announc- York, sang on the radio on a nationally in being advanced to metalsmith, for sea duty. It's been swell having
the I known wine and him in this division and we all
Western Trip" to Engineering ing her two-month-old marriageto program maximum. Also, Louise A. Hand of
Professions Club last week basedon Eugene Wells Flc, who is stationed was recently guest artist on Bing shop 306 to aircraft mechanic want to wish him a lot of good
his recent trip to California.We at Green Cove Springs. Congratulations Crosby's program. Her picture was eral, maximum. gen- luck on his new voyage: whereverit
would all liked to have heardit I to this happy couplewe carried in Look Magazine, also recently John Turbeville may be. Our new leading chief
in Cohen Brothers adver- supervisor of will be R. D. Brennan. of
I a Many
Chris. wish both happiness you
you every shop 305, returned from a late
I tisement of records with the \'a-I know him as he worked down
: cap on
N Lecy Denmark Design Division and joy, and the best of luck cation Monday. John worked
,... tion. "Local girl makes good." I the line as supervisor. Good lu'kin
typist, has recovered from her recent Chief N. C. Bolin has taken over wing shop through the shutdown'and
We have already carried a story your new work, chief.
illness and has even gained the duties of the inspector on the made a nice showing.
Lillian Weathers' friendshipwith I. Marie Ronau is doing a fine
,weight, we hear. The boys (all of Overhaul Control Board. on the late Grace Moore. O. T. Walton, ex-supervisor of) soliciting donations for the YWCA job
them) in Design say she looks"purtler" We are happy to learn that C. A. 304, is back In' town seeing old Fund. Being the only solicitor vn
than ever. VACATIONS: :Mr. Arlington) friends. Walt and Louise
Springer, AEMlc, has been released Bennett has a lot of excess leave are this big division, we take our hats
Mary Rodgers in Maintenance i t ing a vacation together before he off to you, Marie, so keep the
from the hospital and is and is taking a month's'acation I up
joins return to
reports that it's next to impossible ship on port. good work.
to get any typewriter repairs back with his inspection duties. to reduce It. He Is enjoying a mo- We are glad to have Nell Davisback Lt. Gant
II. I proudly presented five-
.r tor trip to Washington, Marylandand
made this week with all the boys Goodbyes and best wishes were Virginia. He also went to Day- with us again in shop 30t. year pins to the following em-
I -- moving into their new homes. extended to several of our men tona Beach before heading North We are very sorry to hear of R. I ployees: Frederick Price, Samue)

'.. Skillern has finally completed his I who checked out last week. R. J. Fiscal Group welcomed back C. Smith's wife's illness. Hope she Deutch, Cloyd Watson and OOe
after all these years! Davis has I Benner, AMM2c; J. K. Detmer, Philip Myers from his motor tripto will soon be back home from the Phillips. Why not try for that

bought a place, and Richie is mov- I AMMlc; B. B. Bethel, AMM2c; Syracuse, New York, and other hospital.We twenty-year pin, boys
ing into his new trailer-address and G. T. Davis, AMMlc, left for are glad to hear that Mrs
points in the North :Mary Mur- Engineering Dh'lslon-by FredE.
await Wiggins, whose husband is now
unknown. San Diego, California, to
phy leaves tonight for a two week Cljne-After a three-week vacation
l is glad I further orders. Chief E. W. Fox, in the wing shop, has improved and I
f.f Mr. McKinley terribly vacation trip to Louisville, Ken will soon be home from the this is one fellow who 1.
that week-ends come but once a former Inspector on the Overhaul tucky. While away she plans to tal. hOSPi-1 more ready to go to work than
week and that they're only two Control Board, got his orders to
spend a week-end at the University Personnel usual. Despite the fact that I have"friends"
days long. This paintin' will getcha report for sea duty. Good luck to : Administration-by
of We ?
Kentucky are sorry I Dot DIckson-Mrs. Hutchinson is ( ) who took over my:
down, huh, Mac? you guys-happy sailing! to learn that Kenneth McDuffiehas I back to ole after week's column, maybe I can twist their;
grind a
We're all glad to have Ethel Chief E. D. Wheat has been had to postpone that long- I arms and take over again.

Huffman back with us after her transferred to the Assembly and I cherished trip to Mexico and the Anyone interested in reading The long vacation put everyoneIn

two weeks illness. Repair Department.We Pacific Coast. "How I Raised A Dog," see Lt. : a better mood. You know. "As
You've never seen such-a turnover are sorry to learn that J. Essie Wilkes reports that the Comdr. Zeigler. semble and Rest.!'! "

4 of personnel as that of the Bob Thomas, ACM, is confined to main highlight of her recent tripto Mrs. Geleneau looks like the I Congrats were in order last
? Time Section lately. First of all, the hospital, and hope he will be Washington and New York wasa Thursday for some five-year em
Geneva Lloyd, who's been In this back with us very shortly.Did tour through the Bureau of Investigation afraid he would be late-First time ployees. They were congratulatedand
department for a long, long time, you know that W. H. Kirk, in Washington. The shave and date a girl=Finds his II awarded the pins by Comdr.
transferred to Cecil Field. Then S2c, Is striking for principal Inspector guide stated that approximately head all in a u'hlrl-Ile brushed Fischer. The lucky persons were
Meriam Denmark resigned so she ? Yeah, man! 125,000 people go through the Bureau hair, shined his shoes--Donned his Walt Howard, Nick Pulignano, and
could have more time for domestic weekly Mrs. Wilkes was also very best new blues Thinks! her A. L. Kolbe.
Welcome is extended to six new-
responsibilities. miss them comers in the department: G. H. shown the reception rooms of J. smart girl to say-She would date You want to be careful of what
both but hope they'll be very hap- Lavay, ACMM B. C. Beebe, ARM2c Edga Hoover. In the short time him today-Surely he was epic and you say to Walt Welsch for a
py in their new places. Kathleen' B. A. LaCombe; ARMlc; C. D. she was In New York, she took span-Very handsome sailor maN while now. It seems that his wife
Franks, formerly of) Material Section Poling; ACM E. C. Tallant, AC- four sightseeing tours and really Now he's walking down the has left him for a much-needed va
'. is taking Meriam's place, MM; and M. J.; Mayer, ACMM. We saw the town. She particularly en- street-Meet an S. P. on his feat- cation. We'll humor you, Walt, till
a ... while Mrs. Roberts came down are happy to have folks withus joyed the broadcast of the radio "Square that hat, straighten that she gets back. If you ever bring
from the Ad. Building to replace and hope enjoy you stay program "Break the Bank." Inci- tie-Salute the officers when they up the subject of flying aroun
her. The new man in the Time here. you your dentally, she plans a trip to Charlotte pass by"-lle gets busy to do all Walt, he will probably bring up
Section is Francis Voltz, and to N. C., this week to attend three-Look for girl he no see-- the fact that his son has more
him we extend a hearty welcome. Just notified that two of our the wedding of a friend. She walks off with, big S. P. flight time in than you have Just
Hank Melber says that althoughhis men, L. R. Zeringue, S2c, and F. I. George Hyde Sock Control), SWAN SONG: And now dear ask him.I .
picture hasn't appeared in the Cardamone, Sic, have temporary has recently adorned his home with readers, because of other pressing don't know what kind of an
Times-Union yet, eo certain boy in transfer orders to attend Elec- some beautiful new awnings. The duties, with this column your reporter I excuse they give, but there's, an-
this department has switched to tronics School in Norfolk, Virginia. moot question Is-are they yellow, is singing her swan song. I other fellow who is a bachelor for
Calvert's 'cause the other day he We understand this is for a month or are they YELLOW? Deep appreciation goes to all a while. He says that he has been
... saw a bus heading for Brooksville and half and we will be happy to The following blank verse was scribes who have furnished news painting the house. He even took a
with a bottle of Calvert's hangingout welcome you bark after you complete composed by Lillie Claud: items. It will be further appreciated whole day off sick leave Guess the
of the window Joe just declare : your Jarnin' in Norfolk Big brave sailor, happy man- lie If you will continue to report paint fumes got him. I wouldn't
r z> 'twont none o' him on there "Ohl' By tho way, Bakes -, did dress up simply grand-Cute little the i\ew to your new columnist want to mention his name, but his
ho" you get In your flight tIme? numberor. great big date-,Worry, Robert R. Rooort" n. initials are Al Tugglc.I .

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JRX R1R NEWS ILink Installs r8F i y


Captain Jul- F. Schumacher USN I _- -
Coramn; >lin r
New Link NearestTo
Commander Robert P. Eteei. USN
Flying Without
Lt. Comman.for: J. W. WillUrn, USN
Public Information Officer.AJTinor .
to Jsa Au Nor. Leaving The Ground t1 .

Editorial Offi". for NATTC S-ttlon. Roma IS? an" ISA. Lt. tJgl W. C. May ( Blue Angel)
AdmmUtration Build, $()')-A Tel Kit. 211ft.
Pilot 1 stepped from the cockpit
Editor and enthusiastically exclaimed that
Arthur T. Koutitonikotl, St. "This is the best and most realistic

.. trainer I have ever seen You know
N w wrtt r
Hubert J. W..tilint. Sl. we the Blue Angela frequentlycut
short our acrobatic practice to
All Phot<>erph a r. official U. S Navy Phto>> r r>h. made l by NAS try and get some actual instrument _
Photo Lab and Ay. KunJ School: Photo Lab unl-.. otherwiM credit*!.
time in our F8P planes and
this baby (the F8F Link trainer j' ;
i is really just what the Doctor or y-- .
dered for fighter instrument time -
and fighter indoctrination."

; Such is the "Hot" pilots' feeling
about the F8F Advanced Instrument .
trainer, the installation of
two ((2)) of which has just been
I t,
completed at the NavSch I.C'A-1 '.
Link Trainer ( Class CI> at the Naval
'- IUHAT TO DO! IUHERE TO GOl Air Technical) Training Center II .
Jacksonville Florida.
The cockpit layout of this trainer ,
reproduces in detail that of an AFTER: TAKING a seven weeks course of instruction in the
MOVIE SCHEDULE actual F8F or Bearcat tighter as maintenance phase of the F8F Link Trainer at the factory in Binghamton ..
it is commonly called. Its flight I N. Y., Chiefs Hauser tn cockpit and Barker in instructor's r
NATTC characteristics and engine opera seat give a demonstration as to the performance of the new
THURMJAY-CUNFIGHTERS. with Randolph Scott and Dorothy lion, even to the engine noise are trainer. The sides of the trainer have been taken off to show the
Hart. Shows at 1730 and 2015. as close to, the real thing as is intricate. wiring. and mechanical make- p of the 'Bearcat' trainer.
I -- - ----- -
FRIDAY AND SATURDAYNEW ORLEANS starring Arturo humanly possible at this time ---- -
deC irdova and Dorothy Patrick. Shows at 1730 and 2015 on Friday; They have gone so far as to simulate I .
14')'). 1730 and 2015 on Saturday. the "screech" of tires on landing
SF. UA JEWELS OF: BRADESBURY. with Richard Travis and if you lose your airspeed THE WORD
and Michelme Cheirel Shows at HOO. 1730 and 2015. brother, you're in that well known .-
MONDAY AND Tl'KsD MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION., with spin. Correct starting procedure astor
Irene: Dunne and Robert Taylor. Shows at 1730 and 2015. the real plane is necessary to L FROM AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL
WKDNKSiDAYSWING; : THE WESTERN WAY, with Jack Leonard get the trainer into operation
and Mary Dugan. Shows at 1730 and 2015. Things like turning on the gas fuel Our good deed this wee k comes under the nature of

v'THURSDAY. Shows at 1730 WEB and OF 2015 DANGER, with Adele.Mara and Bill Kenned pumps. and primer cannot be overlooked I kindness to animals. It seem i that Smitty, while on leave,

As you can see by the picture, I has entrusted the care of his paid > Yellow Water the mechanism is: quite compli- Ford. The fact that the fish has found his dinner wanting

'I'Jll"HSD.YNO SHOW. cated and requires experts to effect on certain nights was broughtone ;' to your editor's attention by

FRIDAY AXD: SATURDAY-MOSS ROSE, with Victor Mature the installation. To this end, William Snyder, empress ario of Basic Skills. (One forsake
Charles Bausch and Don
and Cummins Phillips
Peggy I you people to look up) For the of the fish do duty
UN1)AY-GUNFIGHTERS, starring Randolph Scott and Dorothy Link representatives from the factory your ,
have been at NATTC since DonhI.'hile on the subject of animalsMr.. :\ rees -

flirtMONDAY AND TUKJsDAY: -NEW ORLEANS, With Arturo de the uncrating of the trainers. To ports that he is making .progn in the "Care and Feedingsome

Cordova and Dorothy Patrick.1ti'EINESU.U'JEWELS. assist them, the Naval Research of Cats" He has been troubledhe though, by the fact that
Office has sent down W. W. Beard.
and :Michelme Cheirel OF BRADESBURY, with Richard\ Travis \V. H. Keefe, CSAD and E. occasionally forgets to put; the trusty feline out in the

THURSDAY-NO SHOW.THINGS Borowski CSAD. J.// mornings.The .
The proposed syllabus for papers have been full of I
TO DOABOARDFLEETS tenance operators'for: the new Link "flying discs" or "saucers" lately week. Having completed the .
IX calls for fin additional four ((41 I I but the latest weapon to be unleashed I schools in Photography that the( .
Open nightly 1730-2130. Bldg. 517.
Sandwiches, and snacks available. NATTCenter Orchestra week training upon completionof I here in NATTC" is the Navy has Reynolds (known as
the regular course now given by I "falling fluorescent bulb. This
featured on Monday nights. "George") has achieved one of the
he school To supervise this new phenomena was reported the I
BOWLING-Six alleys in. Ship's Service avail- jr phase of training, R. F. Hauser Personnel Office of Bldg 42.J last best records possible and we're

ablto all personnel Monday through Saturday 1l\n. L. R. Barker, AC (MI. I IAC I week. The missile just missed Mutt glad to have him back In the fold.I .
1700-2130. League games have priority. D. L Price. AMMlc. and O. P. Cox who reported that "it took ten I Apologies to LaFayette and .. ,
NATTO LIBRARY Located in Auditorium. Fout AMMlc, recently returned years off her life" Hancock was Washington
Open Monday, Tuesday *hursday and Friday 1300 to from a seven ((7)) week course of later reported to have disposed From Brks 17 cornea word that
2100. Wednesday, 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun Instruction in the F8F AdvancedInstrument the treacherous o Ject. And whileon the latest material to be silencedby
day 1230 to 2100 trainer at the Link fac- the subject of the "Boats" we the powers that be, is the men-
tory, located in Binghamton N. Y. have the news that he is being tion of the name "ponchos." A cer-
4 ATHLETIC GEAtt Available at Gear Locker I This is the first naval installation moved to Brk. 21 as the MAA; tain chief, name unknown is said
l\\ Physical Training Department, Bldg. :51S.PC of the new Link for the purpose now the question H who will hold I to go into a veritable fit at the
of training maintenance oper the field nights in 425. mere thought of these vital cover- ..
y TENNIS-Racquets and balls available at Physical ators. Present plans call for twen- After a hectic week of nail bit a 11:4. We have heard that a short
: Z/ Training Bldg. 513. ty-live of these trainers to be installed ing and "Smoke Smoke. Smoke" curly headed yeoman t i.e.. Bar-
throughout the Navy for Pa Foster was presented with a 4 rows) has been relieved of all outer ..
pilot training 'purposes Ib 13 oz. boy. Both parents and duties except that of typingout
SWIMMING POOL N u. 1-BI<1.;. 518) For Naval child rt'portt"doing fine. Congratulations report slips for the unfortunates -
Personnel with Guests. Children under 12 years QAR to both! Thanks, I'll who have had their's "loat,
are not allowed in the pool unless accompanied by a smoke it later. strayed or stolen"
parent or a responsible adult. Monday thru Friday Rain has again forced the can The latest group to apply for
13d; .} to 2045.:: Saturday 0900 to 2O45. Sunday and cellation of our Softball games and the jobs of Red Caps" in town in

Holidays 1300 to 2/H5.: I it seems that someone up thereis the baggage stiff of Brks IT. .. .
n bound and determined to keepus Headed by Chief Childera these .

SWIMMING POOL No. 2-(Bldg. 419) For male! We all swelled with pride at the I from playing a game. In the boys make short work of the ac
Naval Personnel change of command ceremonies':, midst of Thursday's downpour c.'umulateseabags every Friday
only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to
afternoon. The staff includes Kell- .
and when we saw our men from the though came word that two games
t' 1200 1730 to 2015. Saturday 0900 to 2015. Sundayand
habeen via the for ner, Suhgrue! Mapes Hodgin,
Holidays 1300 to 2015. TEA Division step forward to receive I up
I the plaque pennants, and feit manner so ae least some progress Camp Grant and Bacigalupo. (The
RECEPTION KOOM-Located in Auditorium for trophy from Captain Hopkins Perhaps is being made. Our final goal printer complains that he la forced
NATTC Personnel, relative and guests. I we feel a little pardonable naturally being the acquisition of to write that last name every
I pride in the fact that it was CapI I the "Captain's Trophy" a la Thursday's week) ,
taro Hopkins' parting gesture before inspection.
WHERE TO GO ASHORE: NCCS Club at Church and Newnar leaving the station Incident- "First in Camera Rep'air first In Ed: "I was passing the cemetery .
Streets. Club open daily from 1700 to 2300, Saturdays, 1200 to 2400 ally, did you notice how Commander Motion Picture and the highest last night and I saw a ghost"Fred
Sundays 100Q to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays Saturdaysand I Sauter beamed when the awards enlisted man in his "A" School : "Did it give you a start?"
Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. were presented I expected to see class, we welcome back Wendell Ed: "When I saw that ghost, I
JACKSONVILLE BE.U.'IUS-Busea leave at frequent Intervals I I the brass buttons pop off that Reynolds to the Photo_ Staff this didnt need any start:" t..
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e as Navy). Surf bathIng :i handsome white uniform any minute --- -- -- -- 1J"r
and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches. Bus I Make no mistake, men, the BULKHEAD dy Murray Carvajn
fare 23a.: I commander thinks that in teamwork -
CANOEING, FISHING AND BOATING: Cedar River on San and spirit the TEA Division
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last atop on I is tops. I keep thinking that the .
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes-Jl.OO per hour; motor beautiful trophy would look well asa .
boats-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat.JOKE permanent part of the AEM I'
School. How about it, fellows?
its Jl !tied to raise the little gate which Top man in the graduating classes
this week is Sydney C. Gearing,
keeps the nuts from spilling out,
who hails from Flint, Michigan.He '-
he finally in disgust. No
quit soon-
graduated from Flint Technical
er haJ he stepped away, than an- High School and he finished the
other man walked up, put in his I AEM School with the excellent average -
penny, lifted the cover and strolled I of 88.2. Due to his tine rec-
1lld" away with a double handful of the' ord and outstanding grades, he to
goobers. The drunk slammed down I being retained as an instructor in
Shortly after hill father's death, his hat in anger. the Ampltdyne Phase of the Nav-

a nosy neighbor stopped Johnny on "It happens every time," he Sch. AEM (A).
I the street and prodded, "What screamed. "As soon as I quit This week, we have a rather important
were your father's last words?" somebody else hits tho jackpot announcement to make.
"Ho didn't have any," Johnny replied Mrs. Guppie, a lovely lady of our r
'Ma was with hilt to the acquaintance who lives atop the
Medical Officer: "How Is the
end file cabinet In Commander Sautefsoffice
patient who swallowed the half and who never throws stones
dollar?" because she dwells In a house otglas.i
Cop: "UN your" noodle, lady, use Corpsman: "No change yet." (but who will, if she is hun-
your gry enough, gobble up any of the
Woman' Driver: "For heaven's Husband (answering the phone) : guppie family smaller than her- '
Bake. where is it? I've pushed and \iA\1( \ \ I Il v
"No this is not the weather bureau self) gave birth to seven fine little
pulled everything In the cad. you have the wrong: number." guppies. Mother and babies doing x

Wife: "Who was that dear?" tine, thank you. And father gup- nil ntrn M a.t.
C A drunk stood on a subway plat- Husband: "Somo fool sailor who pie? fie took one look at his seven 1 4
form feeding dozens of pennies wanted to know if the coast was offspring, curled up his little fins "(lope ya duii't mind niy tryln' your chow halL I enjoy all tliii 1
Into a peanut machine. Too stup- clear" and died. neat with uu potatocH."


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.r, 17 July 1947 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven '

t :, I I -/
Raiders Win Over .

New Orleans, Lose

Two To Marines

The NATTC Air Raiders defeat
.. .) cd NAS New Orleans by a score li, (
of 4 to 3 on the NAS diamond last :
week, fpr their first victory in the '
last five tries Lefty Joe Walters 1
belted his third single to right with ::
the bases loaded in the last of the -
ninth with the score tied at 3 to 3
to be the hero of the day.

'If Dale Outcelt pitched good ball
until the seventh despite his sore
arm, when a hit; a walk and an
t error by one of his mates got him 'I II
'. in trouble and he gave way to
I Immediate with the bases loaded, I Lt
I two away, and the score! at 3 to 2 s
L) in favor of NATTC. The next man
I got a Texas League single to center
driving rn the tying run. Then
I in .the ninth, Walters hit between
I > first and second with the sacks!! I Y
loaded and Lou Stillman broughtin S :
: the winning run. 6aakkw
The Parris island Marines' kept
I their jinx working over the Air
I Raiders scoring a 5 to 4 win in the NATTC
1 first of the two game series and
J taking the second game by the top cv
heavy of 11 to 5. WELCOMES NEWSKIPPER
score :., ._
I In the first game, the Islanders
scored first with a lone tally in
I the first and added two more in
I the fle<'ond. NATTC retaliated in
.f tot the last of the second with a three WITH A short but impressive ceremony immediately i. .s
run rally. LaHullier started!! it with .
"'I following morning colors on the 10th of July, '
a single to left and after Knock-
Jules F. Schumacher ,..xf
Captain command of
eler had fanned, Joe Collins got
the first of his three hits Doerrer the Naval Air Technical Training Center from Cap- 9 's 4; >:
followed wit a double to left, scoring tain Howard V. Hopkins, who was recently: appointed
'LaHullier and Collins but was Chief of Staff of the Naval Air Technical Training
out trying to stretch it into a tri-
Command at Memphis, Tenn. Previous to the read-
ple. Catcher Herb Wallace kept the
rally going: with a single: throughthe ing of his orders, Captain Hopkins for his last official -

box, Cudd was safe on Shortstop act as CO awarded the Captain's! Trophy, banners -

.. Flaa's error and McNay sent and plaques to the AEM class "A" School of
Wallace home with a single for the
:' 4 third run of the inning. The Marines NATTC. Above are pictured Captain Hopkins and S
went ahead in the third witha Captain Schumacher immediately following the ceremony ; 2 $

lone tally and held the slim A to Upper right: The impressive "colors" ceremony i i 5
3 lead until the sixth when the Air
the of command.
preceding change Right:
Raiders' centerfielder, Joe Collins
singled, stole second, moved to Commander Sauter, Officer in Charge of the AEM f i i' 1 E 2 ,pr
third on a ground: ball and scoredon School, who received the Captain's Trophy, bannersand

a wild pitch by Marine pitcher plaque with the officer coaches, and six repre- S

Zorn. sentative captains of the sports teams of AEM ,
.. I'arris' Island broke the tie in $
School In the insert are pictured Captain Schu
their half of the ninth inning, on
macher and Captain Hopkins bidding farewel to each
a hit, an error, a sacrifice and a L
squeeze play. (It her. Captain Hopkins left for Memphis, Tenn., Immediately S

The second, game was all Parris following the ceremony.
...,.. Island. Coach Harry Knickelbine
In short on pitchers' and had to

start arm. Dale Outcelt Outcelt gave, way who has to a a relief sore Disbursing Lpses First Intramural Ships Company Boxing Smoker I

hurler in the third frame after

Purris final score had,rallied Parris against Island 11 him., NAT The Softball Game Of Season To TOB Scheduled For 25. 29. 30 Of July

TC, 5. e Disbursing the hottest thing in the local Softball Intra- Latest word from the Physical and Military Training

mural League, finally dropped its first game of the season Division is that the dates for the annual Station Boxing Tour-

ootJI last week, but the game wasn't as significant as if the defeat nament have been moved up one week and now read July) 28, I
, fl u 1 had come earlier in the season. AOM "B" was the winner 29 and 30. The postponement was mostly to give the pugilists

over Disbursing by a 7 to 5 score, though only garneringfour ,I in each division more time to get in the best possible physical

NATTC library hits off Gus Zimmerman.i i :shape. v t
___ -
I me loss meant little as the P ay Also, entries now do not haveto
: NIGHTMARE ALLEY-A clever Office boys have already cinched the Marines by a 12 to 7 8'ore.1 I I I be in officially until 1600 on
;. uernon-able and thoroughly unscrupulous the firht half championship of the I HM took a 15 to 7 victory from i NATTC SOFTBALL Monday, July 21. A memorandum
I carnival man determined National League. Their record for Training and the Bake Shop won I is soon to be published from the
to get riches and power is Lhe first half was nine'games won out over SAD in a slugfest by a'I TEAM DROPS FIRST I PT offices, on points awarded, but
r played by Tyrone Power. With the ind, one lost. The winner of the I 12 to 10 score they should go !something! : like this:
help of three women, each of whom second half will play them for the I Over in the American circuit. GAME TO CECIL the winner of each fight en the
I he uses and mistreats lone is Joan NatIOnal League pennant. The TOB held onto its perfect record i opening night will receive one
Blondell) he rises from a carnival .\OM"B" game completed the downing TCT 12 to 2. TEA, the NA TTC's newest athletic var- point for his team. The same goes
I announcer to a wonderworking schedule for the first half for Disbursing only, other undefeated in the loop I sity squad the Softball team dropped for the second night when the
I spiritualist. as earlier in the week D was idle. TAF won three games it's first try of the season semi-finals will be held. In the finals -
ARCH OF TRIUMPH stars Division had poled out a 4 to 1 without a loss in the week, with Tuesday, being defeated 6 to 3 by five points will be awardedthe
,, Charles Boyer and Ingrid Berg- 1 victory behind the two-hit pitching a 9 to 2 vi'toTO't'r TCT, and 9 to i Cecil Field at Cecil Field. The lo- new Station Champion while
man. Tis is a story of Paris in the of Gus Zimmerman, who approached ,0 victories ov'er TSD and TOA. cals' hitting was notoriously lacking the loser' will receive none. Points
days immediately preceding World the closest thing to a no I TSK won two 9 to 0 games from in the contest, but Head CoachLt. will be added up and then additional -
,. War II. It is an eloquent interpre hit game so far this season. I I TOA and TSD, and TAI also took Karl Sams is not downhearted points will be given to the
tation of human character in time AOM"B' is starting to moveandn ,, TSD 9 to 0.for this week's work. and apparently liked what he saw. top teams according to Physical
I of catastrophe.: Boyer is a famous i the past week, besides their giant The standings: I remarking that there will be only Training Memo No. 5, issued some
Berlin doctor who has escaped billing victory, dumped MAD into NATIONAL LEAGUE SOFTBALL "one or two changes." months ago.
,. from the Nazis. Bergman is his ighth place, in the league with a W L Cecil Field's pitcher, Ed Smelley, With the additional week, all
4 LIT also downed divisions should be able to entera
mistress. 9 to pasting D
9 1 .POO walked an even dozen men, but
formidable team. As was mentioned -
' AOM"B" 7 2 .777 with men on base via the charity
LIT 7 .700 previously, most of the boxers
3 route, NATTC couldn't bring them
; Bake Shop 7 3 .700 in, getting only one hit the entire who fought for the varsity
team will not be able to -
HM .572
4 3
affNfWS afternoon. Smelley did run into
'.UOI33YSUOF T 6 5 .54fi trouble in the seventh and final including Welterweight Jack
Fisher, although he will probably'
HD 2 3 .400 inning on five straight walks before -
MAD 2 6 .250 giving way to Relief Hurler fight a five-round exhibition
SAD 0 g .000 Mellio. The locals' rally fell ,short, against an opponent unnamed as
< AM 0 g .()oo however and NATTC had lost its

: AMERICAN LEAGUE first game.
? ''Hobbiesfor the Hobbyist' of Air Raider\ Baseball Schedule
Cecil Field got a pair runs
TOn 6 0 1.000TEA in each the second' third and for this week
4 0 1,000TAli' fourth frames. In the second, two July -Whiting Field, Ga.-
If you don't have a date with the cuties and have some 6 2 .7W walks and a hit brought both runs there.
spare time why not come down to the NATTCenter Hobby TAI G 3 .625 clattering across the plate; two July 20-Whiting Field, Ga.-
Shop Bldg. 414, and build that radio you've alwayt4 wanted ; TCT 4 3 .572 errors and two hits brought the there.
TEB 2 3 .00 '
I desired two in the third frame, anda July. 21Fort McPherson, Atlanta -
that's right, a radio with all the qualities and appearances TSK 2 4 .333 walk and a long home run by Ga.-there. ,
.. ,. ._,. ...
;n11. 't. TOA 2 t 5 .286
VI &cunjmcii.jcuijr Pitcher Smelley into deep centerfield July 22-Fort McPherson, At-
want ---- ---- -- -- --- -- TLT 0 4 ,OVOT cleaned the sacks for two
If we haven't the one you lanta, Ga.-there. t
': in Htock, we will get it, portables, also color it. We have an abundant D 0 7 000 runs in the fourth inning.
., Y table models, cabinet models, in supply for book ends, picture Punts T01L'Ord Captai Trophy Garvin was on the hW for the 1st: They tell me your wife is
fact any kind you can think of. framed, pen holders, bracelets, "I'AF 160 NATTC men allowing six hits! arid outspoken.2nd .
Send one to your best girl or keep necklaces and countless other objects TOB 115 six walks, plus the three errors : Oh yeah? By whom?
one in your locker for your own MAD 75 of his mates in his full seven Inning -
personal! pleasure when you're If you only want to pass the TEA 70 stint Johnson was the catcher. I "Do girls really like conceited -
feeling blue. Later on we plan to time away, well, why not make use TLT 70 Both teams played again: last .I men better than the other
have radio parts! for sale HO you of our pool hall. We have, or rather D 35 I night, but the account was too kind?"
con: repair the old set. you have, the neatest pool hall in TSD 25 ,. late for this edition If NATTC "What other kind?"
Need a new engine for your town, consisting of 12 pool tables, TOA 20 won, the two teams face off tonight -
plane? We have them all. You 3 billiard tables and one ping pong T 10 I in the rubber game of the
name the plane, we'll furnish the table. Play until 2100 any night X toW bent two out of three game series. Sailor: "I came to buy a new
r engine.: and every night. Even if you are 10 i Should they win, they face the cornet for my wife"
How about plastics? It's easy to not a slick one with the cue stick TEE a STSK winner of the second bracket for I Civilian, "What bust?"
work with you can bend it in any come in and shoot a few games IiUO I the right to advancement in the Bailor: "Nothing. It just wont s
shape or form, engrave on it anti anyway. Ii 'ellth Naval Diatrist tourney out, I gue M."

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..' Eight JAX AIR NEWS 17 July 1947HARD


NAS Skeetmen I

Win 2nd NAATGChampionship 1//

r 4.

Nose Out Whiting

Field For First

IOb Place Honors

L.. : Shooting with almost unerring '

accuracy, NAS Jax skeet-
men copped the second annual

Naval Air Advanced Training .

Command championships last

.... Friday leading field of five

......=............ "..._. .,-_L.:. -P_._-_. ?AT- ........ .o4wwww: a .w4i a
jther teams and finishing nine
VICIOUS SLIDES featured the NAS Flier-Cecil
baseball game at Mason Field last weak when the locals trouncedthe birds in front of their closest

visiting horsehiders, 15-0: in a seven-inning tilt. (Top left Bud rivals. The meet was stagedon

Neese, newly-acquired third baseman, receives the decision at first the local
when his head-on dive beats the pitcher's throw to the bag. (Top range.
right. Ken Werner, sterling NAS backstop, scores in the big fifth Three stations were represented,
Inning following a wild pitch. Bill Dennison, Cecil pitcher, covers w-m ,1 tltr+astl sr u and each brought along both an
A and B team. The three outfits
the plate while T. S. Ary looks on. (Right) Bill Perref, Cecil sun-
Werer who has Just received included the host Mainside team, .
fielder. is stopped dead at the plate by '
Whiting Field and Cecil Field.Jax's .
Dickie Dieudonne's clothesline peg to squelch the threat.
----- '- "A" and "B" squads proved
outstanding as each copped first

FLIERS WIN THREE OUT OF FIVE; \r place first in their outfit respective dropped divisions.The 470 clay.

birds from the air and the second

team plucked 417 discs out of a

BRING SEASON RECORD TO 3712By .. possible 500 for its score. .. ..
:: --- -w.--.a.. ...:.: -- -- .I Whiting Field Second
Doug Crocket, S2c i I Finishing behind Jax were Whit-

Apparently taking their cue from Florida's fickle weather. ing Field-461; Cecil Field-459;

the NAS Fliers alternated between top-notch baseball Softball Team Faces American Jax "B""B". Whiting outfit-432."B"-438, andCecil's

worthy of the big leagues to plain sand-lot performances in I trailing by only two or Whitingwas three

their last five outings. In a two-game series with the Parris I Bank Nine Under Arcs Tonight birds to the local Jax: outfit buta

Island Marines, the locals displayed their flawless form on strong finish by the eventual

one day, only to exhibit erratic ball on the next. Their season By Bill Kehl, S2c winners kept Whiting in second
placs. Leading the scoring for the
record now u_ stands__.___ ftt712.- :-: --.. I Bill Sams' power-laden American Bank nine will pro- second placers was Chief E. A. ..

Over the week-end they split vide the opposition tonight for the NAS Jax Fliers softball Varner who dropped a total of 93
the two teams were goingto
with the Pensacola Goslings, handing though make a of it. Parris Is- squad when both of these outfits meet under the lights at birds out of 100 to also garner sec "

the Goslings their first But defeatin It land scored game twice in the first the Power Plant diamond. Game time is 2000. ond place in the shooting and cop
conference competition. the enlisted men's for the
took a last-Inning rally to top the frame on two errors and a single. The last time the Fliers met the speedball merchant high score of the day.trophy

league leaders, and some fine defensive But T. S. Ary, Flier first baseman, from the Bank, they came out on the short end of a 5-2 game. The Jax team was led by the
to left cen-
ball playing saved the lo- drove a round-tripper Sams is rated as one of the top- captain. Lt. (jgl Fred E. Field,
ter in the third with Chuck Her-
eel hurlers throughout the game. notch hurlers in the state and the long homer by Russ Hoffmeyer who ian up a total score of 99x100.
The NAS nine had jumped off to ford on base, and the ball game leading twirler In Jax. Russ Hoff- provided the locals with their five He missed only his 86th shot in the

a one-run lead in the second inning was all tied up. Both Woolbrightand meyer will probably get the start- markers. The sacks were loaded final round. For this high total, Lt. ,

when "Buzzer" Hayes slapped outa Lefty Schum, leatherneck flin- ting nod from Coach Bob Beau- when Hoffmeyer blasted out his Field was presented with the indi .
retired the sides in the fourth,
long three-bagger to right center ger, dreau of the Fliers, and his bat- fourbagger.The vidual high trophy given to the
in the fifth.
On the first pitch to Bill but the game up tery mate will be Jim Murphy. Chiefs tallied three more officers:
P. I. collected five hits, a walk,
Crane, Hayes stole home. NARTU vs NAS markers to tie the varsity outfit Members of the winning Jax
Flier miscues
and aided three ,
The score stayed at 1-0 until the by but once again the Jax team came team, in addition to Lt. Field, include -
fifth when the Goslings sandwicheda scored eight runs to clinch the vic In an abbreviated five-inning encounter to life and chased across two more aptain George C. Miller, ,.
bunt between two singles to tie tory. They scored once more in tne Monday night at Lacka- runs. The CPO outfit took the who was another high shooter for .. "
and the NAS nine talliedin Park the Mainsiders
the score. eighth wanna lead, which they failed to relin- the day with a 95 Chief I. J.
and ninth but the local NARTU outfit 13-3
the seventh the
From then on in, it was a dog- quish, in the sixth inning when Franzblau, 93x100, Lt. Comdr. H.
eat-dog affair with both teams :Marines had too big a lead for the in a City League game. The Fliers Zayac and Robertson belted out A. Robinson, 92rlOO, and Chief G.
the tie. But Arymen to pull a victory out of now hold a season record of three
threatening to doubles scoring a trio of runs.Tomorrow's T. Galitano 91x100.At .
of the ninth the fire. wins and two losses in city circuit
finally, in the Night's Game Southeastern TomorrowThe
with two away, Wally Hages Fliers 2; Parri Island 1 play and are holding down the Coach Beaudreau's faststeppingnine local skeetmen will vie Cpr

reached first on the shortstop's er In a struggle that would do credit third; place spot. is slated for more City League honors tomorrow in the opening

ror. He stole second and went to to the national game in any Russ Hoffmeyer beat the NAR- action tomorrow night when it rounds of the Southeastern Championships ,
third on "Buzzer" Hayes' singh park, the Fliers edged out a 2.1 TU nine for the second time this faces the fast Duval Motor squad. at the Jax Gun Club.

Bill Crane hit a scorching grounder victory over the Parris Island Marines season, and was in trouble only The Fliers met the Motor nine in There will be about ten Army and

to the second baseman, but the I last Wednesday. Both Jack once during the game. He gave up a practice game once this season Navy teams competing, and a trophy .
opposing keystone guardian bob- Seidwitz and Bill Carter of the but one free pass and fanned a trio and the score was tied up at five- will be awarded to the highest

bled the ball and Hages scored Marines went all the way, Seid- of men. Only one of NARTU'Sruns all when rain forced the game to scoring service team. The meet .
with what proved to be the win- witz giving up six hits and Carter were earned, as Hoffmeyergave be called. will end Sunday. Some of the top

ning run. only four. up only three bingles. The locals were scheduled to skeeters in the East and South are

"''ensacola 6; Fliers 4 The Fliers jumped off to an ear- Ray Oliver and Zeke Zayac led meet the Sargent Seat Cover out- participating.A .

la the opening of the series ly lead in the fourth when Beebe the slugging for the Fliers as each fit at the local diamond last night. round robin will take plac

on Saturday game, the Pensacola reached first on a two-base error. banged out a triple and single in They will play their first district 25 July at Whiting Field with six ,_ ,
aine racked a 6-4 win. Thoughthe He went to third on a passed ball their three trips to the plate. game Monday night against Green teams taking part. This will be the I
Fliers collected up more safeties and came in on a wild pitch. They Oliver tried to stretch his three- Cove Springs with game time set fifth such meet held, four of which

than the Goslings, the Pensacolateam scored their other run in the fifth bagger but was caught at the at 2000 at Mainside. have been won by NAS.
and two when Ralph Christy and "Buzzer" plate. "Whitey" Gregory came -- -- -
bunched a triple "
singles in their big five-run seventh Hayes walked. Then, after Bud through: In the fifth frame for a 'GOOD SHOOTING, CHAMP! : ,

inning to take the decision.All Burge had popped to the third booming homer to left center for ,

the local runs were scored baseman, Wally Hages slashed a the Fliers. The locals garnered I --- :
vicious single to left scoring their 13 runs on eight hits and a ': .
seventh when the ;: ., .
the .
tn inning ., "
.. ,' .
Christy. duo of NARTU miscues. ; $"
NAS squad grouped three singles, I "( '" Y
Meanwhile, Seidwitz was stead 'I ::.: ; : I
two errors, and a sacrifice for four NAS vs SOUD's Brother* .' ;: :
down the opposition.But .
runs. That big inning put them ily mowing I A surprisingly fast and power-
in the seventh, the
in the lead but the indomitable slugging Mainside nitre took the :
with him. Eid-
Goslings' scored five in their half finally caught up field last Friday against the tough 5
beat out an infield hit and
of the seventh to sew up the game. son Soud's Brothers outfit in a city
stole second. The lanky left fielder
Fliers 15; Cecil Field 0 loop encounter and the Mainsiders I' e
third on the next pitch, ;
The Arymen went on another and pilfered Seidwitz was in trouble. He rang up another win, :>-4, although J
rampage against the Cecil Field they had t go eight innings to do
forced the next man to pop up but
nme last week when they trounced so.
:he visitors 15-0, in a drizzling he passed the next batter Johnny
Carroll. Carrol then stole second, In the last of the eighth Ray I'
cam. Ace Woolbright went the dis- putting the winning run' in scor- Oliver belted out a single and wassacrit'lced +
tance, seven innings before the down to second by
position. Carter laid down a
game was called, winning his first kk
; bunt Eid- Frank Retrieve. Then George Dyak
perfect drag
victory of the current campaign. \ ,
son across, but as Carrol rounded grounded out, third to first, and
Woolbright gave up only five third Bill Crane fired the ball to Oliver held second. With two away, S
ruts, fanning seven and walking
"clos dshop"
Herford, catching the runer off little Vince Podgurski
three. Me was never in trouble -
for the evening as he blast-
and the rally. '"
the squelching
and his mates just couldn't be
Seidwitz settled down after that ed out a long double scoring Oliver
stopped. Led by Bert Beebe, who
and other man reached second with the tie-breaking run.
< tubbed out two hits, drove in with the Marines Lin Chadwick took the hill for
The gave
three markers, and scored twice the Fliers and only seven
the Fliers a two-out-of-three advantage gave up
himself the heavy-hitting locals over the Parris Islandersfor hits fanned three, and gave up no
walloped 14 hits off the slants of the season. walks. Ed Heft led the hitting at-

three Cecil hurlers. I tack for the Beaudreaumen as he
The NAS nine scored five timed banged out a duo of hits In his
in the first, three in the third, four Soft.buu StandingsNATIONAL four appearances at the dish.
m the fourth, once in the fifth, LEAGUE ALf : -.
Term Won IAut
and two in the sixth. I N
Metal, Dvj"io" 111 0 With about everything to rd0
ParrU Island 11 ; Flier t GPO Club 14. just v- r ? <
Unlike race horses which are FIg Unit IIMaln"Iei. S win and nothing to lose, the CPO' n fir- : ,. ,, .

trained to perform on a mired Dlapen..r II'NATI.t outfit pulled an upset last Thurs- : t q I.t

track, the Flier baseball team bog day night when it defeated the t
ged down as the Parris Island Fire Shat. i 18 Mainside Fliers, 9-8, under the arcs

hasuballers plodded along to an 11-. Hoot lIoullP I 13 at the local diamond.
Mason Field last Plant DI\lI.ioll 1 12 The CPO's lost little time in tak- ,
4 win on muddy T-? t 11 t.
Thursday.It AMaIUCAM.LIAGtYE ing the lead early In the gameas
was just not a baseball day Tam, tol' they racked up three runs in the

Ace Woolbright making hie I aO-t"pS" U a third inning on three hita. The Fliers -
first Aft in an NAS suit,,, Operation" tl SMainside garnered one marker in their LT. (Jg) FISEO E. FIELD, right receives a trophy from Lt.
appearance found out. The husky hurlcicouldn't I'l'rIOIIHt'1: 10 8 half of the third and took the Comdr Robert E Parkas aide t,9 Admiral Ralph Oavtson. shurtly' t'

soon get his footing on the! Supply''Al 10 10 Nlt'i' aM lead in ths fourth frame when after copping the individual high score in the Officers' group in the 'I

mound and, as a re ."lihis i nms" a t0P they ran five runs across the plateA second annual Naval Air Advanced Training Command Skeet '
slippery ,,h're. I..rt v 11'A three-basger by Ray Oliver, a Championships last Friday Lt Field hlaatcd 99 out of 100 disc-
form and control wcr grill. \ h'.O. ,0 I 4 14 Frank Retrieve and from the air miming only his 86th shot
single by
For four innings tf look rt eus' ", perLnn! I 11


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