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Vol. 5-No. 17 24 July 1947

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 7th Naval DistrictU.


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WAVES Celebrate 5th

Anniversory 30 July

=t ,

't'tt : With Birlhdoy Supper

With their existence in the peacetime Navy still undecided

. II pending Congressional action, the WAVES, the Wo

R f \ men's Reserve of the U. S. Navy, will pause briefly next Wednesday

I i to observe their fifth anniversary.Their .
strength now down to a mere 2,500 (about 2,000

enlisted personnel and 500 officers) the WAVES will look
a 'f back on the war years when they
j Ii I reached a peak of 86,000 on 31
THE "(OOIJ NElGllIlOir policy and enter-hemr Preparations I July 1945 and helped free thous.
spheric defense have been more than mere catch ands of men for duty at sea. Those
words with the Navy ooth during the war and afi i I on duty now have volunteered to
erward. Free French and British fliers were trainedat For Swim remain in service until 1 July 1918.I .

NAS while hostilities were raging in Europe Since I I The occasion will be marked by
the war, Danes, Brazilians, and other nationals have Near I'appropriate ceremonies throughout -
undergone instruction here. At present, five Chilean II;
,. the Navy at all activities where
officers are going through advanced training at I
VA-ATU No. 5 after having received basic and prImary i WAVES are stationed. At NAS,
Mermen From they will celebrate their fifth birth.
at NAS Christi.
training Corpus They came to
Jacksonville from Pensacola last month following Eighth, And day with an anniversary supperat
their qualification in carrier operations there. the the WAVES' Recreation Area
N. D. s' To
first South American pilots to qualify aboard a L'. S, I beginning at 1800. All WAVES,
both officer and enlisted from all
aircraft carrier. Ground
training is an important I for the
of their and fliers Preparations commands located on the reserva-
phase training here three of the
are shown at work in the unit's ground training de z District Swimming tion, will be hostesses to Rear Ad.
partment. (Top left) Lt. (Jg) E. Allen. Lt. (jgl <., rh ships which will miral Ralph Davison, Command.
and Lt. ) C. R. ant of the Seventh Naval District,
Lagos (jg Acosta study a cutawayof who will represent
a TBM engine. (Top right) The three students I } : commanding officers of the differ-
enth and Ninth
ent activities here, department
examine the electrical
a mock-up of system of a
similar plane. (Right) Link trainer work is also Districts in the I heads, and other guests. Highlight
included in the curriculum, so they familiarize themselves with the training device. Lt. i jg> Allen sits Competition were of the affair will be the cutting
in the cockpit while Lt. (Jg) Acosta and Lt. (jg) Lagos look on. The two other Chilean officers Lt. R. ed this week with 3)I of a huge birthday cake.
Vargos and Lt. (Jg) C Borrowman were not present when the pictures were taken as the group has haste. Only one week I Following the supper. the
been divided into two sections-one busy with ground work while the other flies. : WAVES Softball team will play
before the contest, the Girls from town :
------- ------ ----- ---- ---- --- Greyhound
31 July and 1 August under the arcs at the Power Plant I
: NAS-NATTC Indoor diamond. Game time is 1930. All
Budget Slash Forces ReductionOf CAPT. DUCK WORTH Th NAS swimming co hands are invited to come out and
I see the crack WAVES' team in ac

Officer Strength By 1,000 1 COMMENDS PUBLIC ants Paul King are ,busy and his with staff such tion.Another
I as decorating the pool, feature of the anniversary
observance will be a radio
The post-war officer complement of the is the program for the meet,
Navy being
i WORKS PERSONNELThe ing accommodations for program to be broadcast over a
even further reduced because of slashes in appropriations, ants, obtaining woman's hour on a local radio sta-
it was revealed this week. NAS Public Works Depart- news coverage tion. A number of WAVES now on

According to AINav 163-47, immediate action will be ment was commended this week cials, and setting up I I active duty will be interviewed.
taken to reduce the Navy's officer strength in line with spectators. Plans are not yet complete, andit
by Captain Herbert S. Duckworth, Entries have been is expected that other events
recent budgetary restrictions. Officers affected by the cut Commanding Officer, for the ex- the Physical Training i will be added to the calendar be-
, will be notified individually, it was I cellent co-operation and assistance I and to date nine teams fore next week. Those in chargeof
stated, and orders will provide for other hand officers covered by the
more than 80 men have arrangements are bending every
completion of terminal leave by 1 order may volunteer for early separation accorded the Assembly and Repair I NAS and NATTC are effort to make this year's birthdayone

October of this year or as soon as it was understood.. Department during the recent ,meet jointly with a to be remembered, as it may
possible thereafter. Notices shouldbe shutdown. I Navy" team. ,. be the last time that WAVES on
received not later than 15 August i Slight improvement In a Station Memorandum circulated After the conclusion of active duty will be able to celebrate .
the communication pointed here early this week, the I (Continued on rage ) the dae together.

out.The reduction will be accom- :I Reported In CaptainBrady's Captain expressed appreciationfor I SIDE BY SIDE II

plished by separating about 500 reserve -I the services rendered by the
line officers, Including a'' Condition department in such an efficient QYt
number of WAVES who have been
NAS Jacksonville! shocked manner. ,
retained on active duty until l' early this week, that Its former The memo said in part: :
July 1918, plus terminating the Commanding Officer, Captain The fine co-ordination of jobs be- :
commissioned service of approximately Anthony R. Brady, had suffereda tween the two departments, permitting -
300 temporary line officers and efficient ,
cerebral hemorrhage compli expeditious
who, in practically all cases, will cated by a heart allmt'nt85 accomplishment! of the work assigned -
be members of the Fleet Reserveor gratified to learn yesterday that in the time allotted reflects -, .
men having over 30 years of former conditionhad credit the
the skipper's highest upon personnel I 0(1.t.
rvice. liiipnned somewhat of the Public Works Department
/tIn addition, around 200 tern- While the Captain's conditionis The full cooperationand '
Vorary line warrant officers will' still considered to be grave, consideration extended the ,,
be reverted to enlisted status, the I thin turn for the better was Assembly and Repair Department ;
AINav said.Because heartening news. Captain Brady contributed in a large measure to I r, M : .
of the shortage of officers is in the Army Hospital!! at Adak, I the success of the two-week shut- '' :'l J
with electronics experience, Alaska, where he had gone last I down period from an installation "
those in this category will not be month to command the Natal production. and maintenance ":"'f1.
affected by the reduction. On the Operating Base and Air Facility I standpoint. .: :
The former Of- the few months the ,
--- -- Commanding "During past .
Lfl :J ficer's progress is being closely Assembly and Repair Departmenthas
followed by all hands here. One exceeded the Bureau of Aeronautics -'
:, L apt t Say .1 of the most popular C.O.'s! to overhaul schedules in orderto t
*. i/1 were a member of a serve at NAS, Captain Brady take up past deficits. It could
._ winning baseball club, 1 would was saddened by having to lea.ehi4 not have been accomplished without ,1
hate to play just to empty seats J many friends here when It the full support of the Public
in Mason FtclJ." came time to report to his. new Works Department and its jut-
duty station standing services rendered ',a zLm
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Navy Will Play Host To 225 Senior

Scouts At Week-Long Encampment Here

:. ..
Senior Scouts from a four-state as well as to receive practical experience concluding event will be a *!L* c
\1'5area will converge on NAS Jacksonville under the fleet super- 'Senior Scouting FellowshipThe '
vision of naval personnel. i program was approved bv
for a week-long encamp- During their stay here, the Sen- Rear Admiral Ralph Davison I
ment beginning on 3 August, it I .. .. .
ior Scouts will get instruction in Commandant of the Seventh Naval q.- -- .b ""M'"''
was announced this week. navigation and piloting Link train- District, through negotiation WHO SAYS rilEKK'S nothing new in recruiting stories
The 225 youths expected to attend ing, aircraft operation and main- with W A. Dobson, Regional Exe- Father-and-son teams mother-an.l-daughter combinations .
the encampment are from tenance, and will be taken on a tour cutive, at Atlanta, Ga. Assisting in twins and triplets that's old stuff. But at NARTU last weekan
troops, ships, and squadrons in Re- of A&R a one-day cruise on the the project are Captain J W Boul- ex-WAVE and former Army sergeant became the first husband.
gion Six, composed of the states of Atlantic aboard the destroyerescort ware, District Director of Naval and-wife team to sign up in the Naval Air Reserve. The couple
Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, McClelland a trip up the St. Reserves and Training; Herbert JOG and Jeanne Olovenser, is shown tatting the oath, from Lt. Comdr.
and South Carolina, The gathering Johns' River to the 16th Reserve Stuckey, Deputy Regional Executive B R. Bartlett, N AnTU Personnel Officer. Jeanne, who was a Link
will provide an opportunity for the Fleet Berthing Piers at Green Cove of the Boy Scouts of America; trainer operator here! be tor* receiving her discharge, got her old
Seniors to learn much about naval Springs, and an orientation flight and M G. Boawell the local Scout rate of SpT12i ha1'luntv. t.iniiw :mployed as \ civilian at HAS
aviation and surface fleet training in naval aircraft Highlight and executive got SpT\3

Two C JAX AIR NEWS 24 July 1947

Outdoor Movies At Mason THE RETURN engagementof
Dick Rankin and his Or-

I chestra for a Crew's Dance at

Field Are Back TemporarilyOutdoor Mainside Auditorium last Friday -* 8 .P i

night was a bang up success o

movies under the stars With a music library to

were back on the entertainment I satisfy the lovers of sweets and

calendar this week---but only tem- Sinabaldi To Stage swing alike, the dancers packedthe

poiarily. For the first time since I Exhibition Bout At floor for every number. Imitations
of Phil Harris doing
April, 1946, Mainside personnel are
enjoying the latest in motion picture Mainside's Smoker "Dark Town Poker Club" and
The Ink Spots' version of "If I
fare as well as cool breezes
Heavyweight Al Sinabaldi will Didn't Care" by the guitarist
which sweep over Mason Field
put on an exhibition at the Main- really made a hit with the
from the St. Johns.
I side boxing smoker which has been crowds. The Rainbow Girls, evi-
The reasons for the abandon-
shifted to 8 August in the Main-
ment of the outdoor movies as a I I
regular feature of the summer recreation side Auditorium. Sinabaldi is anI i
and entertainment i added attraction: to the fine fistic

gram are many, the Welfare) pro-I card y hich is being staged by the

partment stated. First and NAS Physical Training Department ,. dently tired of their usual dancing
most Is the fickle Florida weather He will fight George Henleyin i f
attire, came dressed as kid.
three-round decision bout.
a no ,
with its sudden summer showers : I
dies and almost turned the affair

and thunder storms. Not only do The men who have already signed -
movie fans have to go scurrying! I up to fight in the first smoker into a Kiddie Party The

r for shelter when the storms come have been working out daily at the short skirts, play suits, bare

up, but the screen is torn to pieces boxing pavilion and have been receiving midriffs, and shorts left limbs
by the high winds. Then, night- I; valuable pointers from
mighty bare and gave the pho
Schillizzi and
flying aircraft which must pass Henry Jimmy Regan
overhead to get into the traffic I two experienced ringmen, who are tographer the Idea for thecheesecake"

circle for a landing make hearing handling the' affair. shot (a la Zieg-

Impossible. And last, but not least, I Three men have entered the mid- feld To bad we can't get them

Is the fact that It is not practical I dleweight class, including J. R. together like that as a chorus
to Charge admission to the outdoor I i Martin, Louis Roberts, and J. P
movie, and current Welfare budg- Syers. George Follatackus, Aaron i and produce our own NAS musi-

ets will not permit the departmentto i Garcia and Fred Willis have signedto cal comedy (we can hear

offer free movies for six months fight in the featherweight division those wolf-calls already-Ed.)
and Richard Casciano is entered -
out of the year.
The bottom photo is a. view of
and work in the bantamweight class.
Repairs reconditioning
-- the whirling Jitterbugs as they
being done at Mainside Auditor- Anyone else interested in entering -
ium made it necessary to either may do so by contacting Lt 1 '" gyrate to the strains of a "solid"

halt movies at Mainside during Comdr. Anthony J. Rubmo NAS "", tune. The consensus! of opinion"Let's

this period or hold them elsewhere.It JaX ring mentor, at Physical \ \ have more of 'em."
was decided to run them outdoors I Training, Bldg. 726, or ext. 593. -- --
without charge, rather than I -
have no movie shows at all. They NARTU Plane Aids -H
will probably move back to the I Runner-up Spot
In Air-Sea RescueThe
Auditorium in about two weeks. I

But at present, Mainside personnel I Goes To Jax In occupants of a small SPital.l

are staunchly behind the outdoor open boat, adrift on the wean
idea. Over 1,200 "white hats"I Service SkeetNAS tine last,. Friday morning, partially ,
and guests attended the opening I owed their lives to a
:Monday evening. The grandstands I Jax skeetmen copped the NAUTl PHY last. Saturday.The Bj GIANNINIA

were packed to overflowing, and runner-up spot in the Service Skeet FRY "Catallna," flying; good time was had by all at
hundreds sat on the grass.!! I Shoot which was an added featureof By E. A. Chipparonl, ACMM boat, was on a routine formation I the enlisted staff picnic at Gold

The Welfare Department an-I the Southeastern Skeet Cham- I From the Travel Bureaus Now hop over Jacksonville, piloted Head Branch State Park. Port
nounced that the show will be call pionships which were held at the that Summer is here in full force by two "week-end warriors watch willhave their chance this .
ed off in case of rain. All who attend I Jax Gun Club last Sunday. The (we know that don't we'k its ." Lt. (jg) Jim \\'rent more, coming Saturday, 26 July You fel-
must be in the uniform of the locals trailed the winning T'ndaltField good to know where you can go for I and LI jg) Hob Lambert, M hen las nad better practice! up on your
day. gun outfit by two birds to a day and relax and take it easy I II 'the. NAS tower called and Instructed ,diving, and if you need any lessons! ,
lore the top position.The 'I for awhile. Especially for the guys' I them to fly to the aid Murphy will! be glad to take a lit-
p score which the Mainsidersrang I;wives, who slave? ? over hot stovesall of a stricken craft off the coast tle time off to show you how it's

For up Sunday, 479x500: was their day cooking. The Shangri-La'II lof Daytona Beach Upon "spotting done. How about it, Murphy?
Plans Readied
highest so far this season. They : I'm speaking! of is the CPO Club the craft, which was being I It seems as though,:; Andy doesn't'
dropped 11 birds in the first three NAS Jax, where you can cool off ':,, circled by a civilian plane, Lt. realize how old he is, he has been
lax-Navy Model Car fields, and in the last round they : in the swimming pool, relax in the I (jg( ) \\rentmore requested permission 'complaining about his feet and
; lost 10, to fall behind. The Army : lounge with a few cold ones, and I to land but wan Informed I, muscles aching since: the occasion.: ,
Meet This WeekendArmed team coming into the last round ; enjoy a steak dinner at il.25 per' that a Coast, Guard powerboat There are some romances budding -
could only lose four birds to tie plate, topped off with some danc I was already on the \\ar.I around the Ad Building. Any-

with two important documents and five to be defeated, but they ,, ing. Sounds good for a change, : I The Tatalina" picked up the body knowing any of the details,
a Certificate: of Membership lost but two to cop the service ,, doesn't it? :It also sounds like an '' power boat, guided it to the' such as dates, etc., please! inform
in the American Model Race title On their second round the :i advertisement, does it not? Well helpless craft by means of your columnist.
Car Association and another sanctioning I eventual winners chalked up X kiddies, it is! ((I said it and I'm flares, and the rescue way acomplished. i Pat Sterling i ia on annual leave.

its forthcoming meet the 124x125: missing but one bird. glad). 'I <. i __.---J i I hope that she is having a good
Jax-Navy Miniature Race Car Club Field Cops 20-Gauge Class I Have you read of the Navy's radio time, the lucky girl.

moved ahead this week with its Lt. (jg) Fred E. Field won U# program to be heard on Saturdays -I Seeks Men Eliason! one of our competentmovie
plans for the first annual contest class A Championship in the 20- ? If ever the CPO's are invitedto Navy operators, is leaving u*. Htf "
it will be a toss as to is going to San Diego for further
scheduled this week-end. The gauge class with a score of 98x100, appear up
scene will be the newly-completed and his prize was a table radio. who would be selected to say a few For Training In assignment.' Lots of luck to you
track near the intersection of This was the first time Lt. Field words. If the amount of big wind "Eli."
Yorktown and Mustin. had used a 20-gauge in tourney heard at the club daily is any irrdi- Public Relations .
cation to the guy who has to pick A big talent show! is' in the mak-
Chief George Hubbard, meet director competition
the chief, it would be a tough job. ing for the night of 31 July in theRed
Because of the expected shortage -
plans to start the meet at In Saturday's shoot, Chief I. J.
0900 Saturday morning in hopesof Franzblau missed bu\.. one bird to Having made the bar this week, of trained journalists for theNavy' Cross recreation hall. Mucho
I picked this little from a fun, fellas! All patients interestedin
running the whole thing off in ring up the highest score for the up gem Public Information program ,
trying out for the showshould
one day. If this doesn't work out, locals a 99x100. Captain GeorgeC. frustrated chief: big
in the near future, the Navyis sign at the Red 'Crocs
however, the meet will terminate Miller rang up a total of 97 "Oh, what a rogue and peasantam I up
recreation office. We need
entertainers -
Sunday at noon. hits out of 100, missing his threeon ITo starting a drive to interest outstanding
in the Enlisted Na- -and that means you!
Cars from all over the Southeastare the last round. Franzblau was be lost, lost, lent, .
high again on Sunday with a 97x A tR". val Correspondents School at the
expected to compete in the first litre at < Ward
100. Fleet Home Town News Center, parties were on the boom
running of the Jax-Navy meet. If I'm not mistaken, the pros Great Lakes, it was announced in this wf'ek-end-Monday night we
Already, ten cars have been entered belongs to "Hamlet"-all exceptthe a recent directive. had the Rainbow Girls on Ward
from Miami, by various owners, Here Comes the Bride A&R's unknownin A-8, followed
A&R, as were Tuesday night by
The chance to learn journalism,
headed by Bill Charles whose ra- SEA The bride Southern Bell
San Diego ( ) those days. Girls on Ward A-7
photography, Navy orienta-
cers are ranked with the South'sbe8t wore nothing at her wedding. Ward B-7 is in for
tion is open to all enlisted men
Neither did the groom. Nor any of like asking Hook Wagner, ACMM, I except storekeepers, yeomen radiomen -I on Friday night by a group In.
The local club hopes to run the guests The scene Rancho about his trouble with the Big electronic technician's Jax.
about twelve cars In tne competition. Paraiso Nudist Camp. The couple Wind H. D. Borden ACMM, and mates, and electrician's mates in S. .
Chief Hubbard alone will enter donned clothes to go on their hon- wife, Mary Jane, will call it quits view of the shortage in these rates. Now hear this! A big Pie
three racers. eymoon. soon. Herb Abrams ACEM, gets Prance will be held in the recreation -
should be submitted
Applications -
paid off tomorrow. He has a job, hall tonight at 1930. Lucky
the Chief of Naval
to Personnelvia !
12 Linksmen Left In though. His papy gave it to him Commanding Officers, the official -I numbers win the pies. All patients.
Only (must have influence). W. F. Ed be .on hand to try your luck!
I chain of command, and the .
likeness has not arriv-
wards' new I
"White Hats" Golf Tourney ed yet. Hook Bryant, CEM, was the Office should of Public contain Relations.the following The request PATIENT OF THE WEEK-It'l
only one who got sick on his fish- I pleasing to be able to talk in print
information: name, rate, serial
I'laying under sunny skies, 36 which ended Tuesday, four men ing trip (general service, too! ), number, and date of expiration of this week about one of our favor-
lInk men vied for a place in the were left in the championship Walt Coe, ACMM, doesn't like his I II ite patients-Archie Keach. Having
championship) and first flight,:; bracket and eight in the first gal from Illinois (she bores him). ; ; qualifications for as- been here in Jacksonville for
brackets of the "White Hats" flight One more match in the I Jughaid Jernigan, ACOM, is always sigment to public relations duties; eight months, he doesn't really
I previous experience in related
Tourney last week-end, and when championship flight was to be played taking Herbie's gals. Maggie fields and qualifications in ac'ordance need an introduction.Mr. .
the drivin' and puttin' had ended yesterday between R. T. Allor Black's rendition of "Temptation'mm ;with Keach hails from Beverly,
BuPers Manual
Bunday evening, 24 had qualified-'I and J. Basenese. Allor was aheadat -- mmm! E-5405. Article Mass., and plans to return there
eight in the championship the end of the first nine hqjes, HAVE YOU NOTICED? The when he leaves the hospital. He
et and 16 in the first flight.Ed .braCk-\\ of play, but both had nine more new cars some of our CPO's drive claims reading,:; his favorite hob
Livingston led the holes to go. around ? The pool open at nights I by, but says he likes just about
golfers in the qualifying round by First Round I'or.In the Championship (Monday, Wednesday and Friday STRIKER everything including the Navy. '
shooting a 77 to become the med- I "'UJthULivingston ) ? That more chiefs use Old And he should know, for his on
aliut of the tournament. Livingston defeated W. L. Rob- Spice than any other brand is a member of that organizationand

came from behind on the last four ertson, 8-7; Red Rowan defeatedE. (smells good, too). The smiling stationed in Green
holes of the 16-hole affair to edge D. Gardner, 4-2; Erwin Scott faces in the paylme, the long facesas Springs. OtL
out Erwin Scott who tallied a 78. defeated Barney Gallagher, 4-3; we pay our debts? The gaietyat Thereare lots of nice
Final This Week I and A Her] led Basenese. the Saturday nite dances: ? The: lay about "Mr. Archie," but we
The first round of the tourneywas First Flight return for First added interest in the affairs of the e.i want to be sure to mention that
held Monday and Tuesday, and Hound: club on the part of All Hands he's a dog with the ladies. When
the second round was plated to W. A. Pippin defeated J. A. Bennett The look of the conquerors on the: ever he comes over to Ship's Service
get underway yesterday. The finals 4-2; R. R. Parkison defeated CPO Club ball team: (they beat the for that hair-cutting you can
of the championship and first i. W. H. Long, 5-4; R. C. Rodgers defeated NAS station team) ? The hand- tell that.
flights will be held Saturday and F. V. Karchefski, A. J painted tie on MtComia', ACOM [ "Mr. Archie" is everybody's
Sunday at the 100'a1linkJl. The win- Fanelll) ) defeated A. H Henrich- (J1700, too), The '47 model bathing friend-especially the ladies! Just
ner and runner-up in each flight Hon, 6-5; D. R. Smith defeated J suits on the gals at the CPO take a look at him flirting with
will receive an award, and Livingston E Reiland. 5-4: R. F Sparks defeated swimming pool7 very( easy to notice .,,. -. one and all around Ship's Service!
will be presented with a npeclal Bill Glbbs, 3-2, Jack Clantz not much there") The "Fly So, if you are on or near A-7 and
; and Saucer" in front of the bandstand planning to have your girl pay youa
award for being medalist of defeated R W Mann, one up, ing I
the meet. II B. R Clark defeated R. L. Shan- the candid photography of II visit ,better watch carefully as

At the end of the first round nan, two up. Barney Miller I she passes by MB b41dJPage

24 July 1947 JAX AIR NEWS .. Page Three

'., YOU CAN'T WIN By Elomgh ....._- ..-.-- ..-. -. ,

; "I .. i trlr I I I Yr I 1', I I Ito

By Jean O'Bryant, Y2c AflUENTS \ 9P1AINSRJE
I Since most of us haven't had
I enough energy to punch our way
out of a paper bag lately, things
1111 /
J x'1; 1
"I ;
NIl 1. 1 aIA have slowed down considerably.
About like\ molasses in January.
that la The only people who
I 1111 r// o seem to hold any enthusiastic activity 1
;..'*; is the Softball team. Factis :
r. Laddie really knocked herself
out both literally and figurativelyWe're ,
f '" wondering If they had"Skip" :
Bread and Water at
.. on
, .' ,
. Great Lakes If Jax doesn't bring MASON FIELD
i her back up to par (and we knowwe
i will) she'll soon be known as OUTDOOR MOVIKS: : Daily Saturday and Sunday-2000
"the Shadow!" Welcome back, THURSDAY

riW "Skipper". And while we have "SWING THE WESTERN WAY," with J. Leonard. v
the ole welcome mat out 'n all I"IUU\

dusted off, we wish to make the "JUNGLE FLIGHT," featuring Robert Lowery.
ruffles and flouirishes for Lor- SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

raine Albert, Y2c, and Katherine "ODD MAN OUT," starring James Mason.MONDAY .
Bothell, Y2c, here for duty from ,
Washington. Things are lookin' up "
"WYOMING, with Bill Elliott
when Washington sends us- yeomen Tt'E:>DAY AND WEDNESDAY

t "SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE," featuring Phillip Terry..
This is also the ideal and most THURSDAY *
d "1 opportune moment to graciously "WHEN THE DALTONS RODE," starring Randolph Scot .
; : thank Schenley for keeping up the

I ".say. I .beg your pardon but do you mind' moving your hat I WAVE news while yours truly was JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
Miglitly forward, and, a little starboard, ?" on leave. Schenley won't have to
J _. + I worry about a Job when she puts Show !start at :WOO
<': FobTllALLTUitNOUT: in her 20 yeats She can give Winched -
by writing
,, SET FOR 1 AUGUSTPigskmners Dog''s-eye View of Current Events." "FIESTA," starring Esther Williams .

., get ready!!! It The latest edition of the "Rip SATURDAY"
:'. won't b<' long now! In fact, on 1 ples" was just one jump ahead of "WHEN THE DALTONS. SUNDAY RODE, featuring Randolph Scott.
August at 1630 prospective footballers "White Caps this week with many /
tv,:, will meet at Mason Fieldto I choice news items, but McLain "JUNGLE FLIGHT with Robert' Lowery.

'<;. f SALTY HUMOR FROM be greeted by the football I was one jump ahead of them, too. MONDAY" AND TUESDAY
mentpr. his staff, and other officials I Mac has returned! 'Taint safe no
.t. .I:: t': HERE AND THERE Practice will get under- I place these days, though, since we \\EDNKSDAY"WYOMING
a way soon afterward at the Ma- don't know who edits "Ripples". featuring Bill Elliott. .
, :, WOLF, WOLF son Field gridiron May we affectionately call them THURSDAY
... "
t ',.;: If he parka his Itttle flnver All\ men who are interested in "Alcoholics Anonymous" Phillip Terry.
:.: Down betide the moonlit rarer, turning out tor the sport should WHO DONE IT Hirsch and OTHER EVENTS
w And you can Jeel him all aquifer, report at Mason Field at 1630" Miller made &I< big hit at the Chiefs'
.'': Baby he' a wolf.If next of in
I Friday Regardless experience "Hard Times" party we mean
II I anyone has a chanceto I out, ah, well, WITH their clever BINGO FAKTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
he A That your dark eyes set him schedule faces the local eleven ; haired girl, is back from leave with I Mustin. Road, 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room, topside a
cnoktn', this sea.i<>". and plenty of ma- I a snazzy convertible and her sister, i iI ., Bldg. 726, 0300-1700 on work days.
But your eyes ain't where l\ei terial will be necessary. I Mary Lou. too. What's more, :Mary. MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP Room I, Bldg. 913, open 1200-2400.
lookin' Lou went to the station Bingo Club meets at 19 Wednesdays.
Baby he's a wolf. last week end and proceeded to win MODEL RACE CAR Cl.tln-Room 3, Bldg. 913. :Meets at 1900
Softball Standings the portable! radio. Pretty nice sou- I Fridays,
When he say you are an eyeful I \TIONU. IK4UIIK: venir to take back to Wisconsin I rilOlOGRAPIIY CLUB Room 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1930
: But his hand beijin to trifle. I Team W." IA4' (P. S.) The convertible is staying, i Thursdays.
heart 1,1.t1, (PO club: 2 0 I OWLNG-Six alleys located in Mainaida Recreation Building
And your pumps ; rifle, Min. l4 l> though Topsy Desmond is
i< 1 0
Baby' he's a leo//. H.MhoiiM e 1 0 still singing "I Wonder, I Wonder" No. 3, Alleys open from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700-
M..lal l>,ivi.,on ... 1 1 and with things the way they are I 2100 Saturdays and Sundays.
; //, by charter, when you're akisiin', I NAK'JU Flat Unit 0 0 1 1 with the Great White Father in the i| BUYING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
Aud you feel your heart "m 1",1 i,,', IMiiiit' IJi.i.i..n 0 1 Big Teepee, we might all adopt Comdr.. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
'. ..r And you talk but he won't liiien, Hr IVvartnuMtt 0 1NV1S that as our theme song I 1500'.
.\ Baby-.he's a wolf. T-? PivUtun 0 0 0 0 Thought for the W eeu-.Should I 3IAIN&IDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located In
I AMERICAN: LKAGUK: we "christen" the date rooms? : the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
I If fti., arras j life strong like sinew, MariiMM Turn W"IIt We could break a bottle of good I their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions -
I And he stin up[ the gypsy" In you. VO ATU N.)". I Z 2 G 0 ole St. Johns River water to make:. by arrangement with Weltare Officer Combination radio-pho-
I So you want him dote ayin !you, Mainst-14. P"r onnt Z 0 it official. They aren't gettingnear nograph available for use of all hands.LIBRARY .
i 4-v;,< Baby/ -YOU'RE a Wolf AAK IiMixratiori IVrwjrui-l 1 I 0 I enough use.'hat's the! mat- -Located on second deck: of Mainside Recreation Build.
r Operation* I 1 ter gals shppin' i i ing No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
Judge (after sentencing a prisoner I p.rlll'h, Loft. G l Schenley says she slipped up 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
t to a 99 year term I : "Have Supply I& H.MIII;, | 0:1 0 or not .mentioning Merle Hamil- SWIJIMING-&outdoor pools i Daily Monday through Saturday-
you anything to say?" I VA ATU N>. 4 0 S ton's birthday in the column last 0800 to 1900; Sunday-1200 to 19 Q.
i Prisoner: "All I know Is that i week, so we're correcting the er- GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily Saturday and Sun..
- -..-.." you're too damn liberal with other T.IVllS'VeeJdy ror. After all, your 21ot birthday is day from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House Bathing
t people's time." always the most important Merle, trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
Baseball Schedule so many more of them! I l'1I0It.\GI-Opel1: daily to enlisted ptrsonnelwith liberty
t. !;. "Out with it." said the skipper. t'ATU1tl.tY'NATTC Daffynttion "Duel In the cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of! Mason
; .It can't it, sing it." "Lil Ocko"
$ you say at Mason Field Sun" Keeping away Field.
h; The sailor took a long breath in the back and balls available
'! (Game starts at H00> while sun bathing TENNls>-Racquets are at the Physical Train-
and sang: "should auld acquaintance SUNDAY yard! ing Building No 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
I :''., be forgot and never brought j t i I NATTC at Mason Field -a a Yorktown RoadsHClllmClub).
1/: to mind. The bosun mate fell over" (Game starts at 1400)) .-\ located in Bldg. 899, open daily from 1800
. g\ boardhe's half a mile behind MONDAYMayport PreparationsContinued to 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
.. ..,..r. Everyone welcome.
': k "Why do you have such a high Mayport ( from Page 1)
*Denotes Conference"Why (lames, l'nSERY-Sponsored by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg llOt
;;,: bed for your little boy 1" ter-District Meet, the winners will
: Hours: Monday through Friday- to 2100; Saturday-0700 to
"So that hear him if he
':j'. falls out of we bed can," is Smith pacing up and I .I remain here to await the All-Navy 0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents
I down in front of his house like Swimming. Championships whichI for each additional child: ; Card-17 for one child; $2 for each additional -
ttfat?" I are also being held at this activity. I l : child; Daily (for working mothers)-$1 from 0700 to 1800. jr
Policeman: John None I
"He's awfully worried, about his Winners from five other Inter-
of that whats real name?
t your
wife" District Meets will compete ------
r Chauffeur: William Shake- "Is that so? What's she got?" against them for the All-Navy ti- I, New Rules AnnouncedFor CLUB"I I
'speare. "The car." ties. The All-Navy affair is scheduled I 0
Policeman: That's\ better.: You from 21 through 23 August.As Recreation Gear .
.. can't pull that "Jones" stuff on in past swim meets stagedat '
Husband Movie: "Can you see, The Welfare Department nnouiued -
me. dear?" the indoor pool, there will be an Tuesday that all barracks I Voles
show in addition to the II i
aquatic recreation equipment, I
"Now that youre leaving the hospital Wife: "Yes. races during the InterDistrictMeet. su h an table tennis ball and Last Saturday's dance with
," said the pretty nurse, "I Hubby" : "Is there a draft on : In view of the smash success I Iatllll., rue stick. and billiard Dick Rankin's Orchestra was a
.L auppiMe I won't see any more of you? scored here earlier this year balls, could two checked out only great success Nobody got the
you." Wife: "No"Husband by Pete Desjardm'a Water Show ,; between the hours of 0900) to I II I cash prlz, though. Next weekit
;'A: "GI> r.r enough ?" blurted the patient. able' ? Training Athletic Conference < distribution renter hat I Bingo ia getting: right up t
.r "I'vi been here two months" I Wife: "Yes." Swimming Championships, Lt. 1: been moved from the Welfare there in popularity-the Jack
n Husband: "Let's change seats." Comdr Anthony J. Rubmo.,;>> Phy- i Office to the 'small anteroom off pot prize atone is worth coming .1
Those who should know say pup- i I sical Training and Welfare OfrtI I the lobby of :Maln"lltleU4I1t )r- around for.Incidentally. ,
py love 1st the beginning of a dog's I A shore patrolman in. (a talent\ cer, has again secured the services -, | lam I rumor haa it
life scout for the bri"/. I : of this outstanding group I that then are some would-be "
--- -.- ._- -------.- number-callers In our midst. !
Volunteers to help out the r

House Committee each memberof
STALEMATE By Harold Jones, SI Dog-Gone which has taken his turn, are
_. most welconje. Just Itus know
\ who you are and we'd be delighted -
to have you join us on
our next round. 1
Speaking of and for the J
'. House Committee, we really tlo(
appreciate the pool problem and
are reaching what we hope will {
be the solution. Watch for improvements -
: They shall be .G

forthcoming! ..

..." Philadelphia (SEA)-One man ,:
waiting in the long line to file income -

: :;4I : \I I tax receipts held a sheaf of ;?. .1

withholding receipts from 18 diff-

Trent Jobs ho had held during 1946.
Ho was entitled to a refund of $;


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'fir': I Editorial Office

,' 't., SoutJa Bl
Wing, Loner Deck,
!j){, Telephone Extension 8184 the might of man, our tray of life,
'' s '" All generations: know this way so well.
;.; Arthur M. Greene, Editor Rough roads that lead to grief and strife,

; ;!/ The JAX AIR NEWS la published weekly at the That's why men fight for world peace eternal.

) ;r-, U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and I
i r printed commercially with non-appropriated,funds at Again and again world wars are fought, I 1
;r !, no expense to the government and in compliance On such an unholy battlefield, and so infernal, rll
ar't with SecNav Circular Letter -1918 dated 12 December Where minions( give their lives for naught,
I J. 'I" 1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat But it's always for a world peace eternal.

the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical
1i' Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval Leaders of this universe' men of eloquence,
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters ot Great men of science, and intellectual skill,
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air Hold all nation in awe, and great suspense,
Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Range, With high hopes for a world peace eternal. ,
And the U. S. Naval Hospital I i I lI
These men of science created atomic power,
Rear Admiral Ralph Davlaor
Commandant, Seventh Naval District But now they are fearful of this new peril;
Cbiesi Naval Air Advanced Training And people the world over begin to cower,
Are begging for deliverance, a world peace
: Comdr, Paul E. Cm rick. USN, Commanding eternal.
Jacksonville Naval Air StationCat4ain
x -
: Julee F. Schumacher, USN, Commanding Delegates from all nations are now in conferenceTo
Naval Air Technical: : raining Center settle all world disputes and war's repeal .

C.otain K. )I. Shan (MC), USN. Commanding And assure mankind the way of providence.
t U. S. Naval Hospital Pray you for its success, a world peace eter tl.Lt l. '

CrUIa F. W. Prlettman. USNR, Commtndios -- J C. FERRELL. ///a// 1 a ; l / / ,
Naval, Air Reierve Training Unit

Li. ('..01. T. C. Moore, Jr., USMC, Commanding 1, 4, /y ; '
Marine Barrackt I sic
/, ;, /
Lt.. C .: Naval Air Gunnery Range JS

Ctoidr. Frederick J. Brush. USN, Commanding ami you have to be ('arf'fullth this "liquid" eun..hlne.
Naval Auxiliary; Air Station Cecil Field |I ICall' News f rcml&atiarYThis If you breathe to deep, you might drown."

Alexander M, Hearn, USMC -
;f' Marina Aviation Detachment

Commercial tLie..
i ,' !*M JAX AIR NEWS receive Shlp'i Editorial Association ma-
trial Republication of credited matter prohibited without I
", permiMlon of SEA, Washington U, D. C. Republication of any duck Bulletin
other matter, except by service publications, la prohibited is about gambling, but

t' without permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. like that .: I am not writing about shooting ;
,c"U I I Bulletin Mill be accepted until
; cups or playing cards or bets on any one of
Fate Unknown space has been filled, but no
the thousand things that men risk their i than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 8730. JxL

With present-day wireless, radar, SOFAR money on. I am talking about a much more FOR SALE t

and what-not, chances of a ship disappearing important bet, a wager that lasts a long 1948 Harley Davidson "74'. Side valve.

without a trace are slim indeed. But such time. If you lose the bet, you are out of I special cash. Ext.high 8230 lift, Stocks.cams, all extras. |800 I II Hindus BRIGHT PASSAGE by Maurice

wasn't always the case.jj' luck for ever; if :you win the bet, you are in Thayer ylvMila baby St.,buggy Wesconnett., like noow.Lt. Irinkle.R208 Tran- : dealing is with a political postwar travelogue Czechoslovakia

Though the Navy's most baffling mysterywas the chips from now on. I Two residential lots on Cook St. between its leaders, and its people.
the disappearance of the USS Cyclops Randall St. and Roosevelt Blvd. Near This is a colorful and well-docu.
The most popular form of gambling is, Edgewood-Rooaevelt business district mented book which
.; (JAX AIR NEWS, 13 March 1947)thereare ultimately, betting on people. You bet on Must .ell. Look them over and make describes one
country which is
offer. 1133 Cumberland Rd., Edison UUmstot. making way
many other maritime oddities and disap- the champion, or who will win the bout, or ext. 23:i. back from German domination to

pearances that have never been solved. who will be the leading pitcher of the year, Baby stroller, electrle alarm clock babyrocking its own freedom and unity. In addition
chair two children scooters,
The Carol Deering, a five-masted schooner or who will win the next hole in the golf small child bedroom suite. V>right, Hindus analyzes the nation's -

left Portland, Me., in 1921 in good condi- tournament, and who will score the highest Two-bedroom 1142B, Allegheny house Rd.furnished., NAS. 2771 West with Russia present, Britain and future, and America relations,

tion. Some time later the ship went ashore points. Now life is full of bets on people. We Lakeshore Blvd. John Strickland, Jr., and evaluates these factors. Thisis

near Diamond Shoals, N. C. All sails were set, bet on a partner, for instance. Bet that he Cecil Field..ext. 2l.. one of the more interesting and
Washing machine In good condition. Used
,g everything was in order, but there was no will help us make money, will be a good man for one year $70. 823 Ingleside Ave., challenging books about Europe

% crew aboard. No hints to the crew's disappearance to team up with, will be loyal to us for a long Electric 2nd floor.phonograph.Neunucher.Good condition Lots, which have been published recent

were ever found time. We bet on a girl, that she is good, that Bake Shop, ext. 8242." : ly.THE
1(42 Harley Davidson, 4V. In very good QUEST is an episode in the
; A similar mystery was caused when the she loves us, that she will be a wife to makea condition. See Lund Bks. (82, NATTC personal history of R. V. C. Bod-

Marie Celeste was picked up between the man happy. We bet on friends, betting that Two after winter 1C30.coats, one white one blue and ley, who spent seven years living

Azores and the coast of Port Ugal with all they will stand by us when we need them, white, Spring coat grey and black. among the Arabs as one of them.
Keiser. phone 8-4715.
? sails set, boats in place, decks recently holystoned that they will come through in a pinch. 1(41 DeSoto convertible. Good condition Out THE of that adventure came WINDIN
Price, $1190. Ext. ue, Ra-
5 :! everything in order, but nary a soul) But, often enough, we bet on the wrong kowski. SENGER, the life of Mohammed.

''i aboard. I people. We bet on friends who fail us. Some- I 1144 Tudor condition super Chief deluxe Henry Ford., ext.Excellent 8309, In this book, the author tells what

k Two other ships disappeared entirely. In times a man bets on a girl and he loses bad- Bldg S4S. happened to him after he left the
3-plece bedroom suite solid mahogany, consists Sahara. For five he laved
1909 the mail-passenger steamer Waratah years
And sometimes it
ly. happens that peoplebet of bed with mattress and box the
among peoples of the Dutch
vanished off springs, chest of drawers, bureau with
the South American
coast on on pretty bad men, men who let them 30" round wall" hanging mirror. Practically Indies, among the Chinese and the
the comparatively short and safe run between i down completely. new. Priced for quick sale C. T. Japanese, trying to establish the

Durban and Cape Town. And then In 1928, When bet Young, 1230 Cumberland Rd. same close relationship he had
we on a good man we
FOR KENT with the
He went to Korea
the Danish sailing vessel Copenhagen used
When we bet on a bad man, we lose. But even
Bedroom with kitchen privileges, Iii miles taught in a Japanese university in
for training cadets, left Copenhagen to go the best man in the end is not a very safe from NAS. 48n Timuquana Rd, raulk- Japan, and was wrecked on an

around the Horn, but was never. heard of bet. He is too human. In the end he is likely Large tier. double room with, hot running uncharted reef in the Pacific.

again.A. to disappoint us at least a little. So how about water twin beds, Innerspring mattresses The interest in the book lies in the
: added tot aouple. Phone 7- UZ, Mrs. people and places visited.
near-mystery was to the annalsof
betting on one who never fails us and who Plummer.
the sea, too. The full-rigged ship, General Front corner bedroom. Next to bath private For the story of the pioneering
never lets us down. How about betting home,
on near bus lines 2311 hrnestSt "bush pilots" who were flying HUD-
Grant, sailing from Melbourne for England God, and on Christ, the Lord? Bet Him that Large., Mrs.bedroom.Steven Suitable for two or three plies, mail, and passengers- into

disappeared and her name was placed on the tie will always be your friend, and He will be. girl.. Phone 7.4333, Mrs. Tart I Alaska when planes were not much

"fate unsolved" list. :More than a year and a Bet that in time of trial you will find Him Four-room 11 miles apartment south of furnished.Keystone On Lake more than crates and the pilot's

k half later the crew of the whaling brig Am. ready with help and win bet. Bet about 40 miles from Jax. Ride Helebt"1 determination was the only hopeof
you your
dally to Jacksonville. 15 per survival, read THE FLYINGNORTH
fierst spotted a model ship adrift in the open that He never lets down a friend, and your L. W. ..."er.. Lake Winott, Hawthorjieila. by Jean Potter. Here are

h ea. On the model was a message writtenby bet's in the bag. Bet that if you make even a I I stories of such fliers as Ben Eiel-)

survivors of the General Grant. mildly-decent effort to do His will and to WANTEDRide I I son, Archie Ferguson, Joe Crosson.
The Amherst rescued the 15 survivors from Jacksonville to St. Petersburg and Bob Reeve stories which every (
live by His law He will all
protect week end.. Will share
you your on expenses and air-minded reader will 'of
find full
who had been living all that time on a small days. Try betting on God. It's one sure thing driving NUhaoi, ext. 602, room 14, Sr. excitement
I BOQ. adventure, heroism,
islet of lava rock and they had an amazing you never need to hesitate about picking. Ride from Huron and Beaver St. or vicinity and humor. The author demon-

tale to tell. The Grant had run afoul of the I God is the one Person who never fails to 1630. Leonard to NAS Zruolotkl Working., Bldg.hours 958 0800, strates how important and natural
barren islands in the Aukland Archipelago through. 651. Phone 7-6995 after 17(0.Furnlahhed aviation is to Alaska's presentand
I carry
r and beat herself to pieces in a giant cliff apartment.two Naval or three-bedroom officer and house wife or future development.

cavern. The 15 survivors who escaped out of Chaplain Robert J. Baird. Phone 2.7711 or ext. 186, Comdr. Lurk Another book about Alaska\ ,

J a total of 83 souls aboard the vessel made ing. e written ALASKA by Edward A.. Herron, i.
their way to the islet. There they lived for a Navy UMT Plans Safety Regulations ROW. This author gives a stimu-

year and a half on fish, seal and wild goat's lating picture of Alaska now and
SEA-Tentative plans for Navy inductees under Pionered By Navy of its prospects for the future. Mr.
universal military training call for an initial periodof Herron
meat.They has lived in Alaska muchof
made model ships and set them recruit training of two or three months followedby (SEA)-When you see a window the time since 1935 and describes -
adrift in the sear By the slim chance, one school training or other options offered the men. washer with his safety belt, a here the land during all the

model was found by the Amherst crew mem- Definite plans are dependent upon the action of sailor is behind him. seasons of the year.

bers-and the fate of the General Grant became Congress, now considering universal military training This apparently extravagant A couple of new ones for the

known. The Grant was one of the few statement is not as crazy as it mystery fans are THE TWIN
Strong emphasis is expected to be placed upon seems. For observe the words of KILLING by George Bagby andTHURSDAY'S
vessels to return from the "fate
ever un-
the stamina Vice Admiral Robert B. Carney,
building up physical: of the trainees- BLADE by Fred
solved"! class. especially during recruit training. Shortly before USN, DCNO for Logistics. erick C. Davis.

And it's anybody's guess-including pos- the end of two months' training, about 64 per cent "Safety engineering," he said,
ibilities from sea serpents to deep sea giant of the men will be selected for the line of work for "was pioneered by sailors. When
you see a window washer or a tele-
which seem best fitted. i
< squids-as to what caused the disappearanceof graph lineman with his safety 1 k a fl' .
Some will be transferred to Class A schools for
these ships. belt, you probably can thank a
training for specific ratings. Next comes advanced
sailor for the idea because it has
,, -*- training on board ship, if practicable. After six been customary for hundreds of A, (he SUtlen Chspeb l Blrmlngbia
"A ve rage" Veteran months' training, the men will be offeerd a numberof years for men working over the Reed and tfuitin Aveaew'
options for completion of the required of Preteitant
(SEA-The average veteran of World year side to wear safety lines and life 0980 NATTC ServiceChiplaln A 0.
military training (if one year is the length Coif- belts." Boyer.
r War II is a little more than 29 years oldasof gress decides upon). Citing other examples during a 1045-'Uenerikl Worship Service:: rhfp-

1 July. Veterans Administration surveys Some may elect to take the advanced universal speech before a Virginia safety! lain R. L.Cathelle Murphy.

show that 61 per cent (better than three out training, and will have six months of operational, group, Admiral Carney pointed out 0700-101...
,y cf every five) of veterans are under 30 years advanced and instructor work Some may elect to that the tailor's day is "one long 0000 1100-Men.-Man.
enlist in the regular oervlce. Still others are sucesslon
expected of
safety regulations An Outdoor .n) eba-
Nartery foe ui*
Qld. The average woman veteran is 29 years to enlist in Naval lUeerve units or try for which become second nature if the then U m.lntaJe4 between WOO>
old. either college program or service! academies. pallor 1 18 to Burvhvc" and, 1200.Page .

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IlEgQ TheInspectors PUBLIC WORKSJennie

I "frI I
= AROUND- ARoD Kopec from Transportation
reports that things are quiet
.- .
M I Engineering Division by FredE. n there because of the volume cf vacations
Clyne-"Round Boy" Tuggle is ny HELEN UUKNETTEOur at this time. Grace Barrow -

f in the news this week. He made a Both parent and child are doing deepest sympathy is extended just left on a three-week tripto

trip to "Hamtown," Alabama for nicely. to Mrs. Helen Styron, our chief Atmore, Alabama, sho' nut
SPOTLIGHT. It you the week-end, joined the Naval Air clerk, during the recent illness and
W. have
Carl The in Transportation
have not yet been to see your soft- Station Civilian golf club, and hada Engine O\'erbaul-by death of her mother, Mrs. A. P. girls Chief W.
think are solved the riddle of why
ball nine slug it out on the St. I birthday. Well he has to do Player-Do you eggs Mustian of Henderson, North Carolina -
of close to the
Nicholas Park diamond you don'tknow I II high? Ben Tingen can tell you W. Jones stays so
what been something sometimes, so it might a certain cafeteria (not far away) phone until nine o'clock each morn-
The athletes you've are doin a missing bangupJob I as well be all at once. Just kiddin', where boiled eggs are going; at the E. A. Coggins, AMM2c checkedout ing. However, chief, there's a rumor

and are making a spirited Al. i rate of 31 cents each Maybe some of the department this week, going around that the Marines

showing In the Southside League, Speaking of "Ham", there are of you people eat there, too. as he was transferred to Argen- have landed and have that situa-
some enthusiasts of that amateur tina. Incidentally, Coggins is the
in E. O. last tion well in hand.
rated as one of the major softball Snappiest thing
I radio around here. Louie St proud "popper" of a new baby
leagues in the City. Although the | hobby week was Lois Collins in her cow- Mary Rodgers from Maintenance
: Chas Trescott and Bill boy, born last week, and we bet he a
downin Alfred is not
that Kaplin
regular schedule is just about finished gal type dungarees. Everyone reports
hates to leave the stranger,
Burch of transImitters
there are a couple of rain- are owners such these parts agree that she even only an excellent draftsman but a
now. And there has been russells Jane Russell. even for a short time. as well:Recentlicensed
and physician
ed-out games left, if the press out-jane
I I A. C. Ingram, ACM, was trans-
some talk that Paul Carman may about entitles her to thisyear's he attended the State Medical
ent brand of heads-up ball is con- That ly
ferred to the hospital past
join their ranks. award doesn'tit I Convention in Miami. Afterwards,
tinued, there's a good chance that "anatomy" back withus
will be
the Supply-ers will land a playoff I The drafting section was well ? week. Hope chief.Congratulations you. he, along with about 28 other doc-

position represented with birthdays a couple I Incidentally, all persons inter- I soon, to R. A. Du- tors, flew to Havana by PanAmerican
of weeks Paul Carman had' eo for three days. H*
Bill Roundtree ago. estedihei rmat1o of the much- Clipper
Manager announced val ,ARMlc, who was married this
that he is negotiating with I one on Friday, your reporter had discussed E. O. Social Committee', week-end to Mary Carmichael says that they were days full of

out-of-town teams for possible I one on Sunday, and Al Tuggle had need not be unnecessarily alarmedby past, WAVE in the A&R Labora- excitement and glamour and he en-

pest-season tilts, and he is also on one on Monday. the delay which we are experi- tory. Best wishes to this happy joyed every minute of it.
the look-out for local engagements, I Herb Hall must have been encing in getting underway. Certain couple! I R. T. Mosley is taking a coupleof

if they can be arranged. Wally I dreaming of "flying saucers" last obstacles arose at the last We are glad to welcome one of week's vacation? he's keep-
Hastings is the chief hurler for the I week. He turned in a drawing he minute, but these should be ironed our old-timers back into the department ing the "chillun" (4( of them!!

outfit, relieved occasionally by Vic made that was somewhat similar. out in the near future. -Chief J. W. Cooper. while the Mrs. is in the mountains -

Frees and Bliss Patker who play I WaltVelsch is always doing Looks like our manning Sec- Chief Cooper formerly worked in . What a terrible example
infield when Hastings draws' something to attract attention. for a husband to set.
tion's "three mosquitoes" will haveto the Interim Overhaul Inspection wel-
mound duty Ernest Rodeillat, Fel- Last week he had everyone he I look for a new replacement soon. Group. We are very happy to have The Maintenance Section fellow
ix ("Glamour Boy") Mendel, and knew looking for a Collier's Magazine Flora Moore is expecting to trans- I you back with us again, chief. comed Abbye Cook from

Bucky Roundtree comprise the rest I with the American flag on I fer to Oak Ridge, Tennessee, where Another newcomer In the department Water last week. about ,
of the infield, with Frank Wood, it. He had his name in an article, I she will work for the Atomic En- -H. W Winderweedle, AC- Rumors keep popping If up readers a j

Stan Golasszewski "Ski"), Irvin he says. ergy Commission. Not that she OM. We hope you will enjoy work- Public Works party.about you give

Tate, Pat Jones, Otis Owens, and I Helen Unstad has been doing doesn't like it here, but she is an ing with us, chief, and we are very feel enthusiastic a buzz and one let her

Aubrey Wilson serving in the out quite a bit of swimming lately. old Tennessee hill-billy and it appears happy to welcome you to our Mary know. Rodgers be fun, know.
er-garden. Manager Roundtree Wonder who the attraction is? that the Tennessee "moun- group. Might ya

catches for the aggregation and I How about an "apple" for the 'I' tain dew" is thicker than Florida Plans are in the making for an- '! if Geoffrey anything Mims stronger says than he can't coke go is

brother Eddie is relief backstopper'j teacher, Helen? sand. That's a pun-did you getit other Inspection Department par- served. He's reformed. That. we

For summaries and We have a newcomer, or we ,, ? ty. Each one of you is requestedto must see, and if we did we would
watch the papers. might say an old-timer, back withus. After a series of recent visits to make a suggestion as to the still have our eyes examined.It .

STRIKES TO SPARE. Supply' Her name is Caroline Howell. his dentist, Baldy Mausert showedup type of party you desire, the date, is regretted that T. S. Robert,

furnished its share of high-scoring She is a native of Jacksonville who for work with about as many and a suitable location. Remember, Maintenance Housing, was called

keglers in the NAS Civilian Bowling spent 21; years of her life at teeth as my son, Wyman. Now his it's your party, folks, so get in on I to Alabama last week because of

League which completed its 20- Robbins Field, Georgia! How revolting smile matches his hair. The same the plans and have your say. The serious illness in his family

week schedule recently. The team Just kiddin', Carol. We thing is happening to Clarence Van committee hasn't been appointed I Joe Geissman is on two weeks

placing first in the fray was the are glad to have you. Zant. yet, but any suggestions sent to leave and it is rumored that he
Carpenters, followed by the Round- I J. V. Slade leadingman in Shop 'the Main Office will be well received married the 15th. He's
It seems that the club was even on
trees, Engine Parts, Control Group, resentation from golf rep- 1352, who is generally accepted as and given consideration.Committee ) had "Lohengrintentions" for quite
Supervisors, and Electricians, in I engineering one of the most successful of this ; members will be ap- ;
didn't fare so well the first roundof some time.
that order. "Fireball" Billy Round- division's fishing clan, recently authored pointed soon.
the July tourney. It seems that 1 C. J. Tebbe returned from a vacation ,
tree copped the highest single- a "Fisherman's Solemn Obligation -I D. J. Shea, AMM1c has returned out
"little in the Middlewest -
man Tracy" and "Slim -
game score of 266, and the Round- I man ," which should make in- from a 60-day leave; in fact, he'
Little John" the where the corn tall.
trees team took the top set of were only ones teresting reading for all you fel- has been gone so long we'd almost grows
to bring home the bacon. Even I Society note Tom Cowan and
three games with a score of 2543. I our lows who are familiar with fishingand given up seeing him again. Shea
pros, Buzz Gamache and Jack \ Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hilliard attended -
Other upper-scorers were Frank obligations.Curiositv spent a part of this time in Eng- I
let down.Speaking the night club the
Reiter, Pat Jones, and Ken Wll-, Silver us killed the cat but this I land. Did you bring the little English I: Two-Spot .
kins. Secretary Crevasse announced -I of golf, did you ever writer can't help wondering what I miss back with you, Don? | other night lor tne party givenby .
who of this
had colored
be the employees
to different -
that a playoff for the surplus seeanyone just Margaret Swartz, shop 203B, was Whatsamatter with Texas, Ross? I '1
? Well it It is understood they
funds remaining will be held tomorrow -I seems that Clarence doing in that ice house at 2 A. M. Or didn't you stay long enough to department.
Lamb is fine time. Tom's better halt
night, 25 July, at 7 p.m. I a right-handed man last Friday morning. Were you find out? Florida sand must certainly had a
Now that the league is over, M. ,I in everything except golf. He is playing Eskimo, Margaret, or just be in your shoes, or could ) is on vacation in "Gawga", so he
a there. .
southpaw Ho.about unescorted.The
I* McGinnis is organizing a leagueof trying to catch a cold? it be "incidentals" at Jax Beach? went
that? Administration Division i.
mixed doubles and invites any- We have been wondering if that Dan Cupid was certainly at work I
I We haven't heard Brittsin
one interested to contact him, eith- much about rumor going around that Woody is this week-end in our department! vacation-minded, too. Sadie
er at the station or at the Spring- I Paul Carman's farm lately, although -. taking up preaching in his spare Have just been informed that J. E. I, Personnel left Washington,
field Bowling Center where the during a recent: flood he time-is true. Daley, AMM3c, bravely said "I do" D. C, last Friday and will be gone
had quite a time with his live- I I about 13 days. Sounds like a nice
games are held. I I Metal Di\'lslon-by Bobby-We to that certain someone this weekend -
stock. It seems all had bad
ODDS AND ENDS. Orchids to a time extend a welcome to all new per- Congratulations, Daleymayyou trip, Sadie.
Clara Speer for her work on this except his ducks. I: sonnel in the Metal Division. Hope I both find every happiness.maid. I Our spying society l'eportf.rstates
Planning Dlvi'Jioa-by SeamorWe that Helen Davis was observed -
column, from which she resigned you will like working with us.
for welcome two new members, I Their honeymoon is being I Firday evening in the com-
Jast week. She was "Sally" over If any of you would like to know
sixteen months and deserves a high Evelyn Dougherty and Alvin about a new "Burger" for a picnic, spent down state. Those not at- pany of two very handsome escorts
commendation for her perseverance Smith, to our division. They both',just ask Mr. West about the "sand- I tending really missed a beautiful ; Helen was sitting in the car

faithfulness, and excellent are old-timers in government em- burger." wedding and, also, the kisses that blowing smoke rings while the twe

journalism. Raymond Wells confides I ployment, and we're sure they'll To the Softball fans who wanted would have been given by the bride escorts banged away at a flat tire
the enjoy their hitch with us. I and The reporter for the Design fc
he is currently practicing 1 some news about the Metal Division groom.
role of "Pish Tush" in the "Mi Jack (HACHOO Martin seemsto teams: If someone will give I I 1947 has been a good year with. Engineering Division must have received -
kado," which will be given in the I have been convulsed last weekin II me some information on them, I five weddings to our credit. Won- I items "too hot to handle"*

Fall under the sponsorship of the I a "sneezing fit". He has a very will be glad to send it in. I! der who will be number six-ten. because no news was submitted.

Jax Muzicollege. L. R. Hill distinct pitch to his sneeze and en- I We are sorry that Mr. Fagan is Johnnie?) How about next week, Virginia'
played the title role of that Gilbert tertained us very nicely. What'sthe having trouble with his eye. What I II' I It's a little late to write about I

& Sullivan opus some years ago trouble Jack do you have hay- did she look like, Mr F.- vacations, but they are interestingat it, 'cause his finger is sore. Rookie
with a Chicago road-show com- fever? (Quick more hay!) I' R. J. Sauedra is looking for all times Mr. and Mrs. Rosen- I fishermen Bateman and Chief Ric-

pany. Kenneth D. King of Ord- Robert Hickman, an enlisted some one to change shifts with I: quist toured several states, going ciardelll said they didn't know
nance joined the National Guard a member of our division, was mar- him. He is working on the night by way of Georgia, Tennessee, I there were so much water beneaththe

couple of weeks ago Ask Carl ried recently. His blushing bride shift and finds it very inconvenient Kentucky, and Indiana, arriving at I boat. In fact, there was eo
Reiter if he has an answer to that hails from this fair state of Flor- I for his social life. I Illinois for a grand time. We real- much water the fish didn't have

political question he has been ask ida. Best wishes are rendered both Wedding bells just rang for Herbert ly enjoyed your cards, folks. ,' any place to stay. Alonso said he

ing. And, incidentally, it's "Daddy I of you for a most happy and enjoyable Crosley of the ordnance shop. I I Charles Brooks and family spenta .'could tell, every time they went

Carl" now the little lady arriving married life. I, He was married 3 July at the vacation in Georgia. Atlanta, uphill because the engines would
July 17th Sarah Deep is Sup- A "new part" has been addedto Woodlawn Baptist Church. He and that is.Mal I start to labor. They all had a
ply's Madame Lazonga, haing won the uppermost foliage (hair to the Mrs. will make their home in Butler is driving his truckto ,good trip aboard the "Captain Bill"
several dancing contests over atSouthsidc you, bub) of Francis Barlow It Jacksonville. work now-just hope it doesn't but said next time they would try

;/, Post 88. Welcome seems that he had a crew cut Structures Dh'lslon-by Lathetis rain. And, say, what's this about I and make "Molly and Me."
home to Winford Brumbaugh and his hair is finally growing Gunter-Sstructures Division that "free" lunch, Mal? All in fun, boys, glad you hada

(Packing) who has just returned back. Dorris Negrych is happy to offices were moved this week to I James Gill says his arguments good time. We know a gang of
and the part, Francis I wonder However, he good fishermen are also a of
from military furlough see Bldg. 122. The new division covers are just educational. I gang
welcome also to new employees why? Mm hm, hm!!! plenty of territory and Terkeurstwill I had one with a mosquito and good, happy workers. By the way.
Weldon J. Holcome (Salvage), I Nancy has been inquiring abouta have a time covering the the mosquito won. I they found out that when the old
John A. Duckworth (EquipmentShop certain someone. What we would shops. I We have on our sick list Mrs man said "Dragon" and "Molly

), and four carpenters, Jack I like to know is-"who is Char- There are rumors going around Reif, Mrs. Morris, and Jimmie !and Me" he was only talking about

J. Zlpperer, Jr, Jesse W. Morgan, ley?" Maybe, then, we will be able that E. F Rhodes, formerly of Carroll; hope you are all back to the fishing tugs. Happy fishing!
Jr., Vernon R Bird, and RobertL. to give you the info you desire, shop 306 has started buying his work soon.Spencer I Lt. Gant has taken off for Los

Andersen. Clyde Whitaker Nancy. own cigarettes.We was down Miami way Angeles on a twenty-day leave
manages the scrappy Hendricks Chief Mike Milanovich has left regret that Mattie J. Her- during the vacation. Had a swell where he has joined his wife and
the division and the states for dutyin !! family. We will all miss him, but
Methodist Softball team, in our sey of shop 306 will be leaving us time, so we hear.
same league with the Supply-ers. Panama We were really sorryto soon because of reduction in force. We are losing Frances on the Lt. (jg) Gabriel will be around to I

Why don't they (1) invite see him leave, but wish him The division welcomes Lt. Jones 28th. Sorry to see you go, Fran. I pinch hit for him while he's gone. :
everyone to bring up their favorite the best of luck in his new tour of back again. I Assembly Division by T. D. I Mary S Donald is also going on

phonograph records for turntable duty. We of the cable shop welcome Bouchard Rumors are flying leave, as her sister from Atlanta

use! so we can get out of "Indian The Metals Division Softball J. A. Rist as our new group super- I about the gang down in shop 1030 will be here for two weeks. She
Summer?" Enclose the tele- team has had an undefeated season visor. We also wish C. B. Chapman trying to hang the high sign on worked during the shut-down so aa
loca- I wonder if part of this The is to take her leave at this time.
phone booths or change their thus far. all the good luck as group super- old man Hauptman. story
tion so you can hear as well as record can be credited to Donald I, visor of the new setup that the old man did some fishingthe Have a nice time, Mary. We sure*

upeak, Bolton and Nicholas Lichvar, two Charlie Sundmacher, we hope fore part of the week; they will miss you.
ZERO HOUR. What do you do enlisted members of our division you have a wonderful trip to Pan- figured he had a date with some James Nickell is our newest

on your lunch hour? Besides eat, who play on this team? Last min- ama City. Miss Ruth McIntyre of dame because he was heard talking married man Congratulation, ,As ,
that is. You can find an assort- ute dispatch-Sue Verner. is the shop stores 1299 was married to about big "Molly and Me" and I the Navy would say, you are now 1 I Ia

ment of activity, if you care to proud parent of a black kitten Chief Murphy of Structures Division I, little "Molly and Me." It must "brown bagger."
in can slump over inK 16. have been a thrilling and dangerous We have some new men In our
join or you on Wednesday, July
+ + where the bell and----- your rummy; and a wild-and-wooley i Personnel and Administration trip with two women and a division: Howard G. Hillinga.t,
VIlv b'p0lunch '
bag' finds you and siesta. Observed slap-bang affair originating from Spurlock-Wedding Dragon which he mentioned, also. John W. Haggood, Fobert J. Car .

on the top deck of 110 are a Inventory, bearing no similarity to by bells Wynonna tolled out for Barbara Merck Well, this gang decided to find mody, Clyde A. Moran, Tiller A t

Receipt Control Group wrapped in the noble game of ping-pong whichit For' and Edward Westbrook at the out what it was all about, so they Shockley, and Charles W. Staler.

a game of heartless Hearts; F R. is supposed to resemble. had Wesconnett Baptist Church at 8 sneaked out Wednesday full of Hope you will enjoy reading our
Gardner and Wally Hastings awhile, some of our laborers deck o'clock Tuesday evening. The bride hope and big expectations. It has column every week so as to get
hunched over a chessboard; ditto located a piano on the of was a vision of loveliness in an I n't been decided yet If they outdid acquainted.Our .
Hartley Steeves and "Pish-Tush" and occasionally piped some tired Ivory What is a wedding'inthe the old man but they have some little, yellow haired "Dan
Wells; Gilbert Moore and Lindsay their close harmony over our therein Time gown.Section without a representative good stories, believe it or not. Bry- ny" has a smile for everybody oif
Cameron pushing tho checker-discs} P. A system Individually ,' ? Your reporter took caret ant said a Red Snapper bit his finger the deck which really means a lot

around; also) I* R. Hill and Claude' and sewing tettb-chlpping-, letter-writing, rt'e.. tJ\f.I' >t this matter by Ding brtdt's- alter he got home. We believe en the job. Keep am111)a', Dannyl j l

TCrgland; a varied group playing

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JuU CocnID"n..hlll&K hunuthrr., USN NATTC Library ;

3i ....
CcoicnanJor R:>bort P, Beebe USN If you read "THE CAPTAIN
Executive! will want to .
Lt. C.)nimn.ler J. W. William, USN i 'g t read Shellabarger's: new one "THE :
Public Iiifurniitlon, Officer, -
PRINCE OF FOXES" and will j
AJvUor to J** Air Nttw"" you
like it just as much--peihapa even
EJitorUl Office for NAT1C Swtloa, R.wmn 137Admi ai4 IMNw ..
nut ration BuilJinll 6')0-\. Tel. Id.JIt.! \ j I more. This story is of Italy duringthe
I period of Renaissance, concerning

Arthur T. KoutMmVolU Editor Sla I principally the mysteriousand
amazingly accomplished young
.wrltr 'Lord Andrea Orslni When young
R.h went to Venice to study

All Photogrnphd are off" ,; il U 5; Wavy Ph tt"trirh made br NAS painting: he met the lady Camilla,
Pnoto Lnb and Av t nd. SO..d. I P''i n ) 1.,10 rig I.'st "'h"rwiae er..iit and dramatic paths which even the
i.'A Borgias' could not foresee or forestall -
...".. ,, __ : ;:" '. "::' : : :: : >'::::': Orsini perhaps, reckoned
witnout considering the talents of
10- one Mario Belli but for whom the
course and length of his life would

( -'-('_VPl':UN--JIIX-- : ; "' MIIIMHM: ; I Ill'ftC"llImandln> ) ;; have been far different. The actionmoes ,
swiftly from Venice to Fer-
r e Officer ot the Naval An Te,'him'al Tia,.ung Center Lt. Comdr Reagan -
rara to Citta del Monte to Roma
I and Chief J. Stevens shipmates \>_ one time or another, meet "
where all paths met and from
I again here at NATTC shipmates' once again Lt. Comdi. Reagan was
WHAT TO DO' WHERE TO GOif Hangar Deck and Flight Deck Officer aboard the U.S,S. Block Island: himself which only" a fox could extricate ..
back in '42 and '-13. at the same time that Captain Schumacherwas
Air Officer of the same ship. Chief Stevens ACR [, formerly a Thomas B Costaln has chosen .
member of Bombing Squadron 3 and 4 on the old Lexington and, 15th Century France for his new-
MOVIE SCHEDULE Ranger, was for 8 months Captain Schumacher's: radioman and novel 'THE "MONEYMAN" This
gunner at the time the Skipper was attached to the Black Cat i is the France of King Charles VII,
t. NATTC Dive-bombing Squadron. So, once again the old adage "It's a, small I of Agnes Sorel the king's mistress
world" holds true I and of Jacques Coeur, the
TIIUK I).XV--WEB OF DANGER with Adele Mara and Bill Kennedy king's, moneyman. Jacques Coeur
Shows at 1730 and 2 15.nau.Y was history's first great merchant

ANI u NXll'KI' ).XY-IVY. starring Joan Fontaine and THE WORD prince After being summoned to
Patric Knowles Shows at 17JO and 2015 on Friday; 1100, 1730 and oJ court he with Agnes Sorel. directed -
.. 2015 on Saturday. the war against the Englisn.
When Agnes Sorel's health broke
SIMXTHAT'S MY GAL. with Lynn Roberts and Donald FROM AVIATION FUNDAMCMAL f1 it was Coeur who chose her suedssor -
Barry. Shows at 1400 1730 and 2013MOMXY the sixteen year old Valerie -
AMI TUKsDXY FIESTA, featuring: Esther Williams There was a definite shortage of copy in your editor's office thU and" thus wove the first
and John Carroll. Shows at 1730' and 2015. II week but among the few items we managedjto dig out a few things. strands in a fatal net of love and
AVii>MY,-WHEN T t Scott and KavFrancis Shows at J730 and 2015. I taken up after the new rating list was posted this week Hartman and story as readers of "THE BLACK
TlU'Ks: |> XY JUNGLE FLIGHT with Robert Lowery and Ann T nnfe have now their coveted SICV3 while Forsyth and Pashowski ROSE" might suspect.
answer to the title of AM3 They were congratulated! by all hands whileat
Savage Shows at 1730 and 2015.Yellow. Another novel of a later era, IH
the "cigar muster'. Now that -- -
"LITTLE GATE" by Annemarie
WaterT11UI1SI.AYNO he has made his rate Forsyth Chiefs going to spend their afternoons Ewing. Little Gate is'the :story of
claim his next big thrill will be now that Buddy Scott is no
Joe Geddes who in mil
t grew up a
longer training on the base ? Drop
SHOW when he can borrow and wear a
western town and who had to learn
_' FJlU.ou i.X rimi),-MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION, star pair of Stradley pants. Brks your answers 17.While in the Yard Mail of to blow a horn come hell or high-

ring Irene Dunne. and Robert Taylor That steady rat-tat-tat you hear on the subject of chiefs, water. He kept on blowing in spiteof
>t'\H.\: \ --WEB OF DANGER, with Adele..}lara and Bill Kennedy from Bldg. 413 every day Is Harry had talk gangsters. poverty, failureand
we an opportunity to with.
Price and his crew of boxers Retting SUCC3S8 This is a portrayal of jazz
MOMIXY: ANn. 1''tSIYIVY: with Joan Foutaine and Patric in shape for the NATTC and the jazz era in whit you will
Knowles Tournament next week. In an interview I AF-14 find Bessie Smith Coleman Haw-
\\'t-USt-iU.\' : :: \' -THAT'S MY GAL, with Lynn Roberts and Don- I Friday afternoon Harry Honor :Men[ kins, Louis Armstrong and other
ald Bair\ said that his boys would b* in top Weiase, F. U I outstanding jazz figures moving in
,'l'IU'USIYNO SHOW.TIIING5 shape( and ready to take on the I Ibo i dramatic fashion
>st There was a lack in heavyweights I i Lutz, M. E. ----- --- -
TO DO-ABOARD but he hopes to overcome was just announced this niorningthat
that during the next few sessions. I Chief Crocker this week and discuss -: Harry Price has been transferred
Among those from the divisionnow with him his theory on "ph (.)- to the Master-at-Arnts forceat
attending Instructor's Train sophical laziness'. We were won- Brks 17 and the lower left wing
ing are Chief Wells. Yoder Dickert dering what the advantage of this loses one of its "steadies" _
Hobby Shop and Lou Phillips After talking to was in his new phase of taking After ten weeks of studying,
j the latter the other day. we are I flying lessons Weisj.. I-'. A. and Lutz. M. >K. <.fAFH
1 more firmly convinced of the b.?n.- Among the smaller items. we have finished one, two in
tit of this "short and to the point have learned that Loderman is becoming their class: this week They are to
Bldg. 414 course. I quite a solo star at the bt tongiatulated for the excellent
The question of the week !sterns' "U'in,1Iill"1 : with a few ot "the showing they have made during
YOODCARVINGLEATHERCRAFr- to be Where are the Division I more popular tunes of the day It t their time .liftat Jacksonville -
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Ati \ '
FLEET'S IN-Open nightly 1730-2130. Bldg. 517. S '4if
Sandwiches and snacks available. NATTCenter Or-
chestra featured on Monday nights.

UO\\"LING-bix:: alleys in Ship's Service avail- jr' a
abl. all personnel 1 Monday through Saturday,
\ 11 )-2130, League games have priority. .
NA1-1C J..JJut.ltLocated in Auditorium. n

Open Muiuia, l'ueday, rursday and Friday 1JOO: to I
2100. Wednesday. 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sunday I
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1230 to :ZlOU. ;; ;

A1I1LKT1C GEAR Available at Gear Locke

I) Physical Training Department Bldg. 513. i
: : TKNNI -Racquets and balls available at Physical 1

training Bldg 513 I
I 1.i4 ; A k &'i''

SWIMMING fOOL N tJ. 1-tBUg. 518) For : qJ.r
< al Personnel with GUests. Children under 12 Navfi. .< ; i

are not allowed in the pool unless accompanied
parent or a responsible adult. Monday thru Friday it ,
11 1300 to 2015 Saturday 0900! to 2015 Sundays and A
Holiday nOO to 20t5.t. .

a1Yi.HM1NG 1'OOL NIK" 2-(Bldg. 419)) For male
Naval Personnel only. Monday thru Friday 0900' to
) 1200 and 1730 to 2043 Saturday 09/)') to :2015 Sunday
i and H lidays 1300 to 2015.
.; U1XM1ION'' KOOM-Located in Auditorium fur
\1' NATTC Personnel, relatives and guests.
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!! WHERE TO GO-ASHORE HKVDKl BY CAP'l'AINV.. Centner; t:. 4. N.. high ranking oftitw and Department ; -

heads of the Naval Air Advanced Training ommand, Mamside. toured NATTCin
\VI1KUK TO GO AMIOKK. NCCb:: Club\ at Church and NewnanStr
I U. Club open daily fuia/ 1700 to 200: Saturday, 1200 to 2100 an informal inspection last week. Acting as guide, Cum r. II. F. Blythe, Supt. of
Sundays 1000 to 2300. Dances Win/ > days and Thursdays Saturdaysand : Training of NATTC, showed the members of the Staff of Chief of NAATC some of the

Sunday- Uniform required: on Saturday' and Sunday interesting training facilities of NATTC. Beginning with Central Training, Hldg. 501,
ACKS ON\ILLL IU.ACHKSBu; : ; leave at frequent interval I the tour included demonstrations of instructional apparatus at AIM] "A" and "B"
Navy), Surf bathing -
and AUanis (sain e as
bus station ai day
\ from and jiew i other recreation: at one of world: finest ocean beaches Bus Schools, Aircraft Instruments School, Aviation Fundamentals School and Link Trainer
Maintenance School. Being attached to Aviation, the inspecting party showed keen interest -

g arCANOEING; : riMHNG, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San I in the new F8F Link Trainer at the Link Trainer School. lit the upper photographChief
Juan Avenue Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from teat atop on Ilauser (left) explains some of the capabilities of the F8F trainer to Commander'
\, San Juan. Row Boatatwo hour, roc uuioos -$1.00 per hour, motor
boat ; $:'! 00 (ocr hour (liv? L.I eo aht people per boat. I II McElroy (right) ,

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24 July 1947 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven


4 All Hands Golf

l 1ATTCIi. Tourney Slated

NA 1 cn .
y SItJCKERR For August 6

.{ a .. .
Are you one of the ever-growing1

I melee of golfers the station courseis
infested with on week-ends?

eius I If so here Is a bit of news you will .
' eeI I be interested in. The NATTC

\ !I Ship's Company Intramural Golf
I I Tournament will be held the 6th

II I I II 4 of August at the Station golf

I FLASH! Horsetrader gets horse- 'f course on Birmingham St.

: traded!! Common now-a-days This will be a "sudden death"
butU!! when Chief Pinkston is onthe tournament, 18 holes with the win-

! short end of a money making ring four man team taking 100

l j deal (big deal fifty cents involved points towards the captain's trophy

) then it's really news It .
I deems that Chief Bargain Day) Each Division will be eligible te

, Ttnketon\ bought 1fifteen cent enter a four man team made up of
bracelet from Commander Sauter I both officers and enlisted men of

! for fifty cents That hurt!! not either So, let's see you par busters -

1 financially mind you but ethically out polishing up the game and

I 80 to nurture his bruised pride getting the best possible foursomeout '

, the Chief sold it again for E EI to represent your division.
fifty centsSEEN Written entries must be in Physical -

1 AT'ODD MOMENTS: Lt. I f Training's office Bldg. 513,

"Westover 4 the Personnel Officer to I I by 1200 30 July Address entries

you friend) and Chief Malley practicing -I ATTN: Mr K. W. Eppert.
fly casting by Bldg. 500 the I 1t' .

other day. Lt (ijg I Shahan, Permanent '

i OOD, would have been NATTC Varsity

I I tJlt're(00., but business was pressing -
at the time, The trio is famous -

,I around the station as top Softball Squad
fishermen and many are the tales
I told about the size of their tish.

The best part is, most of said Y 4 swko; a' Beats Cecil FieldThe

tales] ate true .

Songs; of the week: MEMPHIS
NATTf Softball squad evened -
llll; ,\ ", rH' stanon ii<'xing 'Poui'nament will hold the spotlight i in events here the i first part of the defeat handed them by Cecil -
next week, ana the *e "I"al divisions entered are bus' getting in top shape for the adion Shown aboveis Field in their best two of three
Congrats on your Champagne, of the TAF Boxing Squad, which should be one of the strongest represented Champagne series, and took the second game
recent advancement in ratingVil- 1 is giving the light bag a working over, getting his timing and co-ordination down Over to the I: by the score of 7 to 6, winningin '
Jttt was recently; advanced to Yeoman i tight, Coach Al Smibaldi in charge of the tournament and head of Boxing here at NATTC, is shown I the last of the seventh The rubber -

Mtond, after many disappointing -, in'tructing8evf'ral entrants in the better boxing form on the heavy bag In the background, two game for the series was scheduled -

tries It only goes to prove fighters from Yellow Water spar' in the official sized ring, The Tourney dates are to be the 28th, for yesterday.Hoffmeler .
old If at first don'tsucceed
adgge: you 2J th and 30th-next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Last year the Station tournament was a definite was the winning

try, try' again. I success' and in the process several outstanding boxers were discovered, who went on to later successes pitcher and reports from the NAT- -
Perhaps the momentous melancholy I In with the entered the will box short exhibition
Championships, Jack Fisher, not in tourney a TC encampment say that he will
look on Fitihpatrkk face i if a suitable opponent can be found. Starting time will be 2000 and the"scene will be the NATTC probably be the starting hurler

it the result of a wedding Not his Auditorium. If you aren't entered, come down anyhow and cheer on your divisions fighters again Wednesday. The game is
but the wedding of his girl; friend --- -- ---- the more important because the
to a Doctor It seems the Irish
that met his approval so he winner of this one will draw a bye

\, lost forgotten to a for scholar his noble But, not courtship to be, purchased Love" His it intentions The Book: "Matrimon-: "Married I Fort McPherson Downed Twice in the Naval semi-final District round Tournamentand of the Seventh

be was awarded a news item
advance to the
which announced the matrimonial 'ial"AEM-A Evidently). As Raiders Show final automatically Championship' round. Meanwhile -
: Big ImprovementAfter
piocedure.It) .
I Taking a short walk around theschool forces from Mainside play
seems TOA's educated mother Green Cove Springs, and the Naval
John Labno
i we came upon
Culp" has reached a higher fIn- and his group of greasy gremlins I ]losing seven of their last eight games, the NATTC Hospital plays NARTU to find the
ancial standing and is literally semi-finalists the winner there, tocompete
John was standing under a wing, Air Haulers earned an e'elspHt on the road last week-end, ,
throwing his We know the Cecil Field-
: because we saw money him away.tipping a cute directing and supervising in losing two to Whiting Field and taking the measure of Fort NATTC winner against

:, I Was that bus Ft; nut ion, making with the big: McPherson Army at Atlanta twice.
;. little: waitress ( a I After working the first game
smile. One of the crew, "midget"Treft
:'. token or a penny. Roy. ?) I was giving the rest of the 1, The boys broke out of their ]long slump at Atlanta, play- ,.jitters out of their system NATTC
I of the best ball] weeks. there played a much better game the
boys the word on just how these ing some in many Although I
E. Carlin's stroke of amnesia, lot of
R. second
time showing a improvement -
aircraft operate. Keep up the good was not a lot of hitting, what there I
left him with an awful headache !I, The locals drove out a
I'work Labno. was of it came at the right moments -
besides being nnyless. He can't We also stopped in the Turret I playing the bunting game Disbursing Still I total of nine hits and committed
. seem) to remember where he lost : only one error After Cecil had tied
in and the first
.., phase We came with men on to put them in scoring I
--- hiM money Was it a movie? Was R : Huthmacher f the score at 6-all in the first of the
thing we saw was position. Leading Intramural
a drug store? Only one more placeit I climbing up in a turret-that boy I seventh inning, Britton started off
could hae been and a nice youngman : I works. Looked all over before Mike XIarinkovich successfully the last of the seventh by walking,
like that wouldn't drink overa I really we found that old Cub fan, I braked the Army in the first game, I Softball LeagueAnother was sacrificed to second, and

couple of beers (Or is that all Henrichsen His club isn't doing except in the sixth inning, when I scored on Chief Deal's hit.
forc- I team fell from the ranksof
it took? they tied the score at 4 to 4. t .
too right now. He was hanging '
. _..../ I good down in a turret tryingto I ing the game into extra innings the unbeaten in the Intramural
The dog catcher almost picked hide from us, He says. and we I In the tenth frame, Lou Stillman Loops last week as TEA dropped NATTC Educational
singled, got to third by a sacrificeand
tip Fitchpatrick and he was foaming quote "You just wait until August I then stole home for the .econd their first game of the season to
all over. But it is really only that's when my team comes to I Services Offers New
run of the inning, Fort McPhersoncame up and coming TAI. The Instrument -
n new sport thought up by life." All we can say at this pointis I I
fun to throw back and scored one run in school won out in a close 7
ins who finds it more that had better not hang
you Courses To All HandsYour
I their half but the rally fell one
the stuff" all over people than to upside down in those turrets too to 6 game. i

drink it. Fitch., you're. all wet I long It's beginning to affect youa to run 5.In.short, and NATTC had won 6 Disbursing was back in its win- Educational Services Officer

I little. We also saw "Happy" ning ways, apparently to stay, has been requested to organize
As of the week-and O'Neal will Snyder sitting behind a big desk I the second game, Wild Bill ( with a 7 to 2 victory at the hands!' :: an "off-duty" class! in College Trig

have more spare time for his little He must be the big wheel of that : Cudd was in top form, allowing lof i Training The boys also took a and or Spanish. These classes will

Jewel box". It seems his female I phase. At least that is what we only three hits, two of them i j forfeit 9 to 0 game from MAD, I be operated under the guidance of

admirer has forgotten bin (Now though. They really keep busy over scratch infield jobs!, and walked during the week. It was the Pay : a competent instructor providing a

what Don? Are those sport shirts here. nine men for his seventhictory. Office's eleventh win against one sufficient number of persons are
too much for her?) You know I was talking to Joe Cudd was in trouble in only one defeat. AOMB only team to take enrolled.If .

Lucyk and he tells me that he hasa inning of the 5 to 1 win for the locals -I i Disbursing's measure, continuedhot interested please submit your

M. W. Phillipy spent most of his bad case of "rumbling of the upper -I and that was the third. A on the trail shelacking HD bya name to the Educational Services

Saturday Liberty running back and Zetafatus" and that the cltctor! man walked and scored two outs 16 to 4 count. The Bakers and Officer, Building No. 501, prior to

. forth between the dime store and prescribed tha he ake several doses I later on two bad throws the only HM blasted Away in one of those li Monday 28 July 1917.

the jewelry store In the jewelry of medicine every night, and on two miscues committed by the "football score" affairs, with the Forte convenience of those interested -

j more he finally thought it best to Saturday night maybe even six or Navy men in the two games.In : Bakers finally emerging on the in a quiet place to study,

buy a set So afer purchasing sE'vt"n-Last week-end a couple of worst slump of the season, : Ion gend of a 25 to 23 score The the Educational Services Study

name he proceeded o the dim the fellows got into the medicine the NATTC Air Raiders droppedtwo 48 runs scored in the contest sets Room is open until 2130 nightly.

ptore While rummaging thru theI I and Joe just said, "There's enoughfor games to Whiting Field, Fla..+I I some sort of a runs scored recordin There is a great shortage: of

numerous books, he came across I I all, EO drink up" by scores of 5 to 0 and 5 to 4, League circles. Yeomen in the Navy; therefore

The games were played over the I I HM drew a victory via the forfeiture the chances of advancing from Seaman -

weekend at Whiting Field. rule over SAD, as did LIT to Yeoman Third Class, are
The Air Raiders were gooseegg- over AM.Besides. : cry good. In addition to meeting
,- led I throughout the nine inning tilt I I your petty officer's qualifications,
being set! by TAI, I
IIOH3YSUOFPp in the opener as :Mike Mannko-I it i* that attend!
the A School Electricians] won a 7 I I necessary you
vuh had trouble finding the platein
to 2 game from TSK. TSK assaulted I I the Yeoman School to qualify pro
the opening inning and walkedthe I TLT 22 to 4 and TCT took TEB 'I fessionally.The ,
four to face him,
NfWS I next class In the Yeoman
by a 13 to 9 count. I
.t before giving way to Wild Bill School is scheduled to convene on
Cudd who pitched the rest of the' The standings: I Monday, 11 August 1917. Submit
game, and turning in a top per-
via Division
t "Hollies Hobbyist" Marinkovichwas NATIONAL, LEAGUED your request your
formance in doing so
Officer, to Lt. Andrews, Offker-
pitching for the first time 11 1 in-Charge of Training Procedures,

j Make and save! after recovering from an infected: AOMB 8 2 Building No 501, prior to 5: August
Wise ball
foot Hank pitched good :
3 1M7.
With a little patience, skill and material you can make in going all the way for the Whiting Bake Shop 8 4 .

ft lamp, table, and other ornamental wooden objects. The Fit'''c1t'rs. T 7 6 Sailor (on phone): Hello, Cutle, "

wood shop is complete with all necessary wood turning tools. Dale Outcelt regained pome of HM 5 31. what are you doing?
his old form but his mates
&\ Keeping on the subject of woodwork, many hobbyists him some bad, support which seemsto gave HD 2.4 "Getting ready for church."
might prefer carving to wood turning. A bar of soap will be the cane when Outcelt pitches, MAD SAD 2 0 10 7 "Sorry, wrong number!

make excellent material as a starter. Easy to work with, balsa as Whiting shoved across three AM 0 10 She: "Am I the only girl; you'vet'ver
I the last half of the first
also available. runs in "
and white pine are loved?
inning on four errors and three AMERICAN LEAGUE
1 Sailor: "Of course darling, and
Patrons of the NATTCenter ularity] is model trains. Plans are 1 unearned runs in the second game far the prettiest
Hobby Shop are rather proud of being laid for an organized Model Outcelt went the whole distance, TOB e 0

Mel Avery, an ardent model airplane Train Club. The Hobby Shop will allowing five hits as the Air Raiders TEA 6 1
teacher had forbidden the
enthusiast. Mel recently re- furnish the track and the power banged out nine. Joe Dase was TAF e 2 The
received the second place cup in Don't forget, if you haven't the the winning pitcher for Whiting TAI e 3 rating of candy in school. One day
I' TCT 5 3 she noticed a suspicious lump in
the Model Scale Event at the time to start your hobby you can
Florida State and Dixie States Airplane always enjoy an evening at the There are three things a wise TEE 2.4 Bettyb cheek" "Betty, are you eating *

Meet held here on the 19th NATTCenter Pool Room The low man does not do: he doa not plow TSK 3 5 candy she asked,

and 20th of July coat (mainly for wear, tear and the shy, he does not paint on TOA 2 5 "No, ma'am' came the prompt

Another Interesting Hobby gainIng replacement) makea this an inexpensive water, and he don not argue with TLT 0 6 repay, "Im just soaking a prune to
wit hlcapa and bounds in pop- pastime 0 woman. TSD 0 7 eat at reces

Eight JAX AIR NEWS 14 July 191'7Ilrilliont


Ploy IVlorlts I .

Flier Win Over Whiting .. -

Fans Go Wild As Tic-Breaking BunCrosses

Plate In Tenth Inning

By DOUR; joiket., b2i

Put spectacular 1 fielding', brilliant pitching, solid hitting

smart strategy and just plain hustle into a ball game and I

what have you ?-the Flier-Whiting Field baseball game in :

which the locals eked out a 10in at :Mason Field Tuesday <

The win, which kept the Fliers in a tie for first place in the !

Naval Air Training Athletic Conference, was one of the most k1
hard-fought victoriu-ever seen! at
the NAS diamond ;:men broke loose scoring three runs ,
; and collecting three hits. Ary led
After ten innings of scoreless
off with a single,: and advanced to
play. "Buzzer" Hayes Bud Burge,
a I third as Woolbright reached first
and Wally Hages staunch followers -
on an euor Ralph Christy slapped
of the "hit 'em where theain't >
'out a long three-bagger to deep
three bril-
theory dropped left to give him a perfect day at '
liant bunts out of reach of
bat and then Bud Burge also blasted -
Whiting fielders. The last, a slow I a triple giving the Fliers' the ............... ....._-- --_......- b- .._-- -- -- -
roller in front of the plate by ball game. I II :: LEADING TIlt Gu I 1's City League are the NASVAVES who have ipped seven

Hages into ended field up with and a wild throw I I'Her* 1 ; Green Cove 0 tilts against one loss, They lost their first city loop em'ounter last week. Fm a season total they have
right Hayes came The Fliers made it a clean sweep 12 wins and the Ion": defeat administered last week Shown above with then' mascot Sail Sue. who
all the
in with the
way winningrun. in the nightcap as Jim Dalev.: bears a hashmaik foe each win, are first row left to right, Laddie Vlacieff. Midge Bryant, Margaret
pitched his way to a 1-0 victory, Jones, Sally Sue, Winnie Jones, Minta Sheehee Jenny FeatoLk Second row left to right are Betty
A* "Buzzer" came down the his seventh of the season. Jim gave Kennison, Barb Wright Ruth LeVere Hermania Rump Ida Free. Martha Glovet and Lindy Lind-
third base line to score, the 400 up five hits over the seven-inning gren, manager. Missing were Lois Petty. Ellen Messer, and Skip)ict Edge, who has: just returned to the
frantic Flier followers piled out NAS Jax sports scene from Great Lakes
of the stands to the husky route, barely outdoing Lefty Eller, ._ ... .
greet -- --- --- ---------- --- -'--- --- ---
Green Cove ace. who six
gave up
eenterfielder at the plate. A rousts -

nine; ovation screamed for skyward the entire while Flier the the safeties The fourth ball inning game when was Burge decided walked in- NAS Softball Team I Knocks Green Cove

Fielders walked
dejected Whiting I and stole second. Wally Hages
slowly off the field 'sacrificed him to third and Ken Out Of 7th N. D. Championship Tourney
Johnny Sheffield went the entire I Werner beat out an infield hit
distance for the locals giving up i scoring Burge with the lone marker -
sight hits fanning eight, and walking I of the game. sly DILL KLIIL, >'i I' phy's hit to right They tallied the NAS Jax Finn softball nine
only one. His opponent Fran- I Werner was the heavy hitter Daryl Shaw notched his their last marKer m the seventh pounded out a 15-12 win over the
ny Wise, gave up ten safeties, for the tilt slapping out two hits when Hook Wagner went to firston highly-touted Sargent Seat Cover
struck out ten, and walked five. ,I in three trips, but Daley was the :i first win of the season Tuesday a gratis pass stole second and team of Jax last Thursday nighton
Both hurlers pitched smart baseball I only player to collect an extra base I afternoon when he hulled third and came home on an infield the Power Plant field 1
and were at their best when hit, a double to left center a three-hit masterpiece for out.Shaw Russ Hoffmejer toed the slab I

the chips were down. I I' Fliers 5, Georgia Tech 4 I I the NAS Jax Fliers to defeat gave up only three hits, for the locals and was hit for eight
And as for fielding, Ralph Christy but walked nine. He fanned ten safeties by the Seat Cover lad*.
The never-say-die Arymen came
made a spectacular stab of a'' from behind last Saturday : the Green Cove Bullets, and erratic fielding at certain The l\I inside twirler helped out his
I again ,12-7 thus eliminating the times enabled the Bullets to run out three-
vicious liner in the dangerous fifth at Mason Field and scored five runs': own cause by pounding a
Joe Wolf, Whiting left fielder, in the last of the eighth to top Bullets from the Seventh Naval across as many runs as they did. bagger and two singles in his four
mad! a beautiful catch of Hages'hot the Georgia Tech Engineers 5-!. I District Softball Championships I First Game With Bullets trips to the plate. Also sharing the
liner in the sixth Ary Burge, I Sheffield went the distancein I I Displaying their powerful fire spotlight in the swat departmentwas
Seagroves, and Adams, all came Johnny The game was played 'wagon brand of ball before the Ray Oliver who blasted out 's
his tweltfh win, pitching I
through with brilliant defensive gaining a brilliant two-hitter. I on the losers diamond be- largest crowd of the season, includ- 350-ft homer in the first frame

plays when the winning runs were In fact, Sheffield performancewas fore a large crowd. ing sports fan Captain Herbert S. with two mates aboard
on the bases. closest to little in Duckworth, Commanding Officerof Speedy Vince "Ski" Podgurski
the thing a no-hit-I The Fliers lost time put-
The win, Sheffield's thirteenth, fer seen at Mason Field all year ting the game on ice, for they NAS Jax, the the NAS Green Jax Cove stymied a Sargent rally in tin'
and the Arymen's fourth in a row, as both Tech hits were of the fluke scored nine of their runs in the romped all over fourth frame when he made a div-
4.1 in their initial
gave the Fliers a 43-12 record to category. The first, a double, wasa I' opening two frames Vince Pod- Bullets, Naval District gamein ing catch of a low liner out in right
date, and put them in line for the i the Seventh play- field Ski' also made another
ground ball that took a bad hop gurski hit a screeching single to offs under the
conference flag. In addition, local Monday night lampsat sparkling catch in the sixth frame
past Chuck Herford and then I' left to start the game off and advanced the local diamond.
flingers are now credited with a went into left field for a double. to third after two men Lin Chadwick took the hill for when he had to run about 25 yard
string of 25 scoreless innings The other was a handle hit that I I i had walked. Two runs crossed the the locals and set the first seven to bring down another hard-hIt ball
Fllf'rI; Green Cove 1 dropped about twenty feet back plate when George Dyak belted outa batters facing him down via the I to the outer" gardens
Behind the brilliant three-hit of shortstop just out of reach of single to center. Dyak and Heft I strikeout route. The eighth man
pitching of Ace Woolbright, the Christy. "I scored on Retrivis liner to left popped up to Reggie Murphy the
MAS Flier nine collected three Both of the Tech safeties came center. catcher, and the ninth batter went I MEET THE FLIERS

runs in the last of the seventh in the fifth inning and, together I Shaw Belts Homer : down swinging. Chadwick increased ,
and topped the Green Cove Springs with three errors and a fielder's Shaw helped out his own causein his tempo of blazing speed and ---
Bullets, 4-1, in the first game of a choice scored four runs. The four I the next inning when he blasted fanned the next three out of four I I

douole-header Sunday afternoon. markers looked bigger and biggeras out a long, 400-foot four-bagger in hitters. His total for the evening :
Woolbright pitched sterling ball, the game went into its latter I deep left center field. Four con- I j I was 14 He gave up but three t
walking but two and fanning three. stages:! but the indomitable Ary- secutive bingles by Gregory, Heft, I bingles and not a Green Cove batter -
Except for the one run that Green men finally came through. Dyak, and Retrivi, accounted for I was given a charity pas over : ,7'
Cove pushed across in the first In the last of the eighth, Bill the Fliers' five markers in the the seven inning route. .
inning only one man reached a* Crane started the rally off with a second. Pliers Score Early
far as second. The visitors didn't single. Crane stole second and They scored again in the third .I The locals started fast when I
get a safety off Woolbright in the then T S. Ary singled to center. when Shaw singled to center and ; Vince Podgurski walked and scor- .
last six innings and only one of But the rally seemed to be stop- came home on a wild pitch In the ed on an infield out. They rallied \
their three safeties was for extra for the left fielder's throw
ped I fifth, Jerry Hosaflook singled again in the next frame when Jer- :
bases caught Crane off third. As the moved to second on a sacrifice, and Hosaflook singled and advancedto \ '
Ace started off the game by giving Tech catcher chased Crane back came racing home on Reg Mur- ry third on a single by Chadwick 14 :,, :
a walk to Joe Bonomo, and towards third in the rundown, the : the "
Hosaflook came sliding across
Lou Succi sacrificed his team- plucky Flier catcher suddenly runs to score. When the dust had dish when Podgurski blasted out a Jifl
mate to second Then, Stuffy turned and crashed into the opposing -I cleared "Buzzer" Hayes was I single to left.Chadwick t <
Grimm slapped a ground ball double receiver. The ball was dropped I perched on third, and Bud Burge I helped win his own ,
down the left field line, scoring and as Crane crawled across was on second with the winning when he down :;
I' I ball game tripled ) :
Bonomo. the plate, Ary went all the way run The Tech catcher missed the ;I the right field line in the sixth
The Fliers tied it up in the fifth i to third. Sheffield beat out a slow i I next pitch and Hayes scored, ; canto with Murphy aboard Chad- b }- Ii'f'

when, after Woolbright had reached -, roller, Ary holding third, and then I I Burge moving to third. The rattled ,, wick scored on Podgurski: st\I1d I
first on a fielder's choice, Ralph the desperate Engineers blew up. ''I i visiting pitcher cut loose with hit of the evening They led th"
Christy and Buzzer Hayes sin- : They threw to the wrong base on I I a wild pitch on the next toss, and locals hitting attack with two ht:t .. .
gled. And in the seventh, the Ary- the next two plays. allowing two that was the ball game, 1'Her v Duval Motors \
--- -- - -- -
Although he lost his initial t 11-
SCORING counter for the season, 5-3 Daryl
I Shaw of the NAfa Fih'rs mad lu>
debut in the Navy uniform an
-r; V it r \' eventful one as he hurled a two-
i 1R 1S 1r I
hit masterpiece: against the third-
place Duval Motor nine at Lacka-

;. vwuma Park last Friday. Both hits ,
were scratchy infield ones, but
both of them came with men onbase -
}IS',... .1 to score four markers ,1-- HUH Bl'KGE stepped into l the
The Fliers got off to a quick Flier lineup well after the season "
*tart in the game and rang up two I got underway and it is A
I r runs in the second frame. Jerry lucky thing for the Fliers that
II I t H 'Htlook went to first on a walk I he did For fter Jim Zienta was
*r I was sacrificed to second by transferred, the local nine was
1'her Reggie Murphy. Shaw desperately m need of a good
'I: >...e,J to the initial sack via an thirdbasomen, and that is where _
ij,' : r-- >r ju the backstop and moved Burge came in. He stepped into
.: \ I ) 3H.oml on an infield out by the hole at third and has been one
d Frank[ Palumbo with Hosaflook of the fans' favorites ever since
f .. .. ,'ins to third Vince Podgurski I Then, when the Fliers needed a
I : b.:ted both runners across on his''I second baseman, Burge moved

I :'r : 4122, !ing single over second. over to that difficult positionand
, ., The Fliers tallied their other kept right on with his '
f R a. elr.t I (tune marker in the sixth when fine play He is at his best when
!II Murpliy batted home Frank Retrivi the chips:: are down usually coming -
J from second after the stellar left- through with a safety when
, fielder had been waUted and stole it is most needed At present, hit
,. : second batting average is up around the

: ....... The los' moved the Fliers to 3113( mark Bud played four
rj..;; : .. _,.> _.._ ,:._ '. ,__ ..r---"_ standings, just'< one game behind N C, before coming into
UMPIRE: GLENN ('\RR "tion.j up the third base line to get a bird' eye view of the collision the Duval Motor nine They still the Navy and his played scrvic,'
between Bill Cran,,' ,.f t t h' N i-< HITS and 1 Bob Walton of Georgia Tern in Saturday gave at Mason have a half-dozen erh'lunt"r lpft ball cvci since B.-forI coming,, !
Field Crane' .nt..h.j 1 u,t > f fP1pr 11 I itiH) ) !Iv I r.;nn 1I"'r and both ball players toppled to the ground Tha game on II)(' "'it y ('H nit hetlul". f to Sax ho Wait (the pliiver-mu.
| receiver r." ",v> ?" ) h..f I'' I I i i i .i( r"4'4" t he( plate with the: Fli..>), Qrst run p .rk,.fl nv hi>. Fliers v.s Sargent'i !tiger of ih<* i,avr. "in t th. f fO
"l.4' "r the I I., ni I., II'I', I i '' '1.1 ,1( hi' njhih I 1'I f ,>!p 'hI' v>,,ai,$ors" I CI 4 'fining o af,'lv .i> < v.'rv (\filling i <'I1t'holaPage

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