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Vol 5-No. 18 31 July 1947


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


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WAVES Celebrate 5th BirthdayInterDistrict


Swimming Championships Begin Here Today

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Eight Teams Picnic Supper In

Bid For L ..s Recreation Area;

In Two-Day Features Event

Winners Will Big Birthday Cake Is

.... In All-Navy Cut By WAVES With

All Later eyes are This focused. NAS Lpngest WAVES Service, along witk

-. big NAS-NATTC those from other command*
today as the iboard the station put on their
opens the Inter-District 2 best bib and tucker yesterday
ming Championships to celebrate their Fifth
sight teams i Anniversary with a picnic
' three Naval Districts, Cupper in the WAVES Rec-
for top honors.The reation Area. Capping the an-
meet, which will niversary supper was a soft-
tomorrow night, will act ball with the
_ tain raiser for the game
. pionships also to be held Girls who placed second behind -
21. 22, and 23 August. I the WAVES in the first
will remain here until : lalf of the Women's City Softball -

Eighth wide tricts'tourney entt.tsHighlighting and: Ninth as the I'' 1 Festivities League got Championships.underway at 1800.

High spot of the affair was the
; the ; ( ntting of a giant birthday cake
will be such colorful and \ hy WAVES having the longest'
spectacles as the r service in the Navy. The cake wa
derwater explosive the enter of attraction on a table -
intrepid underwater decorated with flowers and

spotlights team and featuring a water six It .amlies.Heading the group with the longest

ous swimming stars from r time in the Navy was Eliza-
A demolition team 4P beth Muller CPM who enlistedon
here in the first annual 5 October 1912 Others who
Air Training Athletic have been on active duty since
Swimming Championships 1912 are Iva McLean ACMM; Ellen -
ated a sensation. These Atesser. ACMM.; Helen Kraus,
been specially trained ACMM.; Wilma Boehm ACMM
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worn, preceding D-Day in ; Lt. Comdr. Catherine Shaw, Lt.
by at least seven days Katherine Shilling. Lt. Noma Reid,
ing in many major : and Lt. Loretta Mersey. In additionto
during the war. ; .ro :: serving since 1912, Lt. Comdr.
In the team which will Katharine C Doe and Phyllis
here tonight and ? : .5 Poole. CSpiS. )I. also had the hon-
Lt ijg) B. B Dunning r"k (Continued on Page 3)
(('ontimieil on Page 3)A+ r I .
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3)C Civilian Employees
Captain C. S. 3)S ,,

Takes Command : Will Vote For ShopCommitteemen

HAAS Cecil Field : \, Mon.
NAS civilian employees irk go
Captain C. S. Cooper
to the polls on Monday to **MV\
command of Cecil Field shop committeemen to represett
with brief ceremonies them during the coming year.
Comdr. F. J. Brush While
no specific time has been
The new Commanding set for the balloting it will l be
came to Cecil Field from
-- completed that same day with
River where he served
as I :; lu e pat[ i'jrme d all duties each department conducting its
of that Before I ,
activity. .
; : them Mot inly did they election at the time and place specified
with the
was on duty I the
I I a substintial contribution to by respective department
in Washington
partment Comdr. Brush served I I.|I winning ot the war but their head.
manding Officer since the application to the job In order that ballots be considered .
ure of Captain W. O. I I : getting the Navy back on a valid, three nominees must be
I I I and
who was assigned to duty i footing during after chosen. Those ballots not having/:
manding Officer of the I I has aided materi three names checked will not be
Island last March. With II ,I m the accomplishment of this counted. All employees will be given
task They have been
al of Captain Cooper, : an opportunity to cast their
Brush will take over the I, valued: addition to the Navy toOntlnmd I ballot even though they may have
Ex,"i'uti\"" Officer ( I' I ( on Tae 3)) I (Continued on 1'age 3)
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WAVES I l I WAVES, Director r -For----7th--.. !0.Thanks 1''


Points To : : i 1, ; / : ; Navy On Anniversary' .

As WAVES : Un the fifth anniversary of the
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fleer at NAS Jacksonville : !" : I '-It-.hll hment of the Women's Ra11 -
had ample opportunity to ,r I should like to send warm-
the splendid work and j : : .: / \ 1 'rt eatings and congratulations
WAVES stationed here. I .r t i job well done to the WAVES
have caught the ( i ; '. h,' Seventh Naval District and
of Navy men at i', Naval Air Advanced Train-
have enthusiastically and '! i I'' 4 Command It gives me deepi
tently worked shoulder to I / / l i 1,1,,i, I sincere pleasure to thank
der with them. I ) ""J'V woman who served with theNivvthose
That the WAVES have with whom I have
ed much to the Navy's a hid the honor to work and those
evidenced by the full > iimuiied I have never had the
the "W AVE" Bill to ,/ pleasure of knowing-whosa davotion -
women as a permanent : to duty has earned them
regular Navy by I I their highly-respected place in the
ers of the naval service : I naval establishment'
,. approval given the bill in I I To the WAVES still on active
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FIVE YEAKS OF LIFE in the WAVES has len a tombmaiion oJ service to country and happy off-duty hours. There have been all sortsof ,

jebs ranging from sweeping[ down a hangar deck to riveting planes and from office work to repairing aircraft engines. Lighter moments included

informal picnics and all orts! of sports participation.. In all) it's been a great five years !


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OU1DOOK MOVIES: Daily Saturday, and Su.ulay-2000.
"WHEN THE DALTONS RODE." starring Randolph Scott

"HOPPY'S, HOLIDAY," with William Boyd\

4 "CHEYENNE teaturing Dennis Morgan.

1'1ii "GREAT EXPECTATIONS," with J, Mills. .>
"POSSESSED," starring Joan Crawford.

... .. ,r "KING OF WILD HORSES" featuring Preston Foster
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,;: are discussed by Captain F. W Piiestman Commanding Officer of the Naval Air Reserve Training Show start at 2000
;; ', Unit: Lt. E. J. Muriaty the unit's PIO: and Kay Stanley and Roger Van Duzer, into whose regular I THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
F,. Wednesday show on WMBR, from 1030 to 1045, the NARTU" program is being incorporated. I "SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE" with Phillip Terry
._ -- -- --- SATURDAY
\ starring Foster

i+ I Hospital I I HOLIDAY" featuring William Boyd.
I "CHEYENNE," starling Dennis Morgan.WEUNNSDAY .

;;t: I Chatter Termed Big Success I: pnoy VEST, GREAT EXPECTATIONS" with: J. Mills

I Attendance and partu'ipation of
Ity OlANMNi the drat semi-annual Jax Navy By Jean O'Hryant. Y2c "POSSESSED," featuring Joan Crawford
Congratulations to Or. and Mrs. Miniature Race Car Meet exceeded -''
; twelve- Cupid must be back from leave'Mary OTHER EVENTS
on an eight-pound all expectations. according to
: Carmichael Mrs Robert
is now
i and-a-halt ounce baby boy, born George T. Hubbard, contest diiectoi Duval, and Peggy Lloyd is IIINGO P Ali'1Y-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
Oro July 20. According to Dr. '. The meet held last Saturday blinding everyone with the sparkler AlllLE'lIC' Marking he U at his half-way and Sunday on the station's newly- 0800-1700 work
on days.
on her third finger, left hand. The
,,t mark with five constructed track at Austin and luck man in this case is Bill Crane HAKKAK KKCKEV1ION OK Alt-Table tennis bills and paddies -
Good luck to the fellows who left Yorktown was viewed by an estimated sticks and billiard balls
Yep Cupid business is pickin up cue may be checked out from 0900 to
ua last week C. T. Cooper went to I crowd of 2.000 spectators I and
iI j again. 1000 1330 to 1130 at Mainside Auditorium lobby
San Diego for further assignment. There I MODEL AIRPLANE. SHOP Room 4
was tense excitement Bldg 913, open 1200-2400.
D. I If you thought there was a fireor
H E. Macklln. N Kisamore, I
imong the crowd when a Hornet- Club meets at 1900 WednesdaysMODhL _
hurricane the other nite relax
transferred to
and A. Sauln were I powered proto-typ-car. owned by I HAn: CAR 'I.Un-Room 3, BIJ,. 913.. Meets at 1900(
-it was just Foley birthday
dental repair school/ at Bethesda, par- I
Jack Coppage ot Atlanta wa Fridays.
)(.1. I ty in progress during the wee
clocking in the neighborhood of 11V hours. r PIloroCiK\P11Y CLUB-Room 5, Btd;. 913. Meets at 1930
Welcome back :\It'n.gell
to Chaplain ,
miles per huur, well over. theworld's Thursdays
j: who returned from leave Friday We were all most happy to hear
lecord But before at Mainside Recreation
an or. :I' LINGAlleys Building closed for
July 25th. Leaves must agree ficial time could be taken, th I that Topsy arrived safely in Memphis I. npairs.I .
with him, as he gained some: Jake is, no doubt, good for
tethering hook on the cablo i I BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
Weight Must be that Texas beef straightened out and allowed the, many more miles: and maybe it's Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
The Hospital Softball team wasp leave the mostly downhill In Tennessee! I
car to track breakthrough 1151>0.I .
,. -. knocked out of the disUict tournament the crash rail and There are some new faces
leap I MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
? by NAS The score was 7-1 over the judges staad It came around the barracks again with : the South Wing of Building No 955, Is open to NAS personnel and
with the winning: runs scored in the to a stop after striking two of our five new girls from Washington I their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily Available for wedding receptions
last inning of the game I the contestants. No Injuries were J one frem Key West, and one by arrangement with Welfare Officer Combination radio-pho
I sustained by either of the two. from Ottumwa. A hearty welcometo nograph available for use of all hands.
1. Another accident. occurred whena you all, and we know Jax will .
LIB1L\ \-Located on second de-A of Mainside Recreation Build.
Eight car owned by Pete Smith of treat you well. : ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
Jacksonville was completely demolished from 1100 to 1630 Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
( 1'uge 1)) that we can smoke at chow, every-
after the tethering cable
SVIMMI>G-(outdoor pools: ) Daily Monday through Saturday
h Morgan ETM3c.; Harry L. :Me- broke and his car smashed into. one forgets their cigarettes! 0800 to 1900; Sunday-1200 to 1900.
: Craine, EM3c; Robert W. Shrouse, the crash rail. Barbara Wright has lost her appetite -
GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun
MOMM3c; Walter L Cary, GM2c: PHOTO I ( she says it s the weather i
from 0900-1700 Golf clubs are available at Golf House,
James H Blair, GM3c: Robert J, l'I I.ce peed Club 103 has turned into a day Bathing!.
lit-I. Drennun.lUnta HJ.KH I I I I trunks prohibited on Golf Couise.AM1IOICAGE .
+ Grill Cox K A. Kinsaul. BM2c beauty salon Chris Dl Roach
> : ; Z..d-J. ( opptf.. Atlanta 11131 :' -Open daily to enlisted personnel (with
A. J. Carrier, GM2c G. E, Lind- Jrd-W. H. Arnold AtUnU UI.II'I is quite interested in Bldg 72;i .
4th-I':d Stuns. ";,.;tu. iU. 991'' "rds and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
} sey, EM3c; and S. S Bailey, Jr., ,, : The piano is now in Rm. 110 .
.Ih-( H. Horn Jachauuedle U. ) Field.
", GMlc Jackauaedte 91.9') I I I7th Everyone is "sleuthing" to find out
'I INN IS -- Racquets and balls are available at the Training
Physical -
'. P. W.
who is
Pete Desjardins' Water Show -( E: MmmoiiK. VtUnU 94.20SPuil !I writes "Ripples" No 726
I Building
-. from Miami will be represented by I."t-J. 'o".e. \tlaiita ll1t.n ,i starting. .to. wax The the decks in our AHCliEliClub, located in Bldg. 899 open daily from 1800(
six and 2nd W. H. Arnold. Atlanta Ml,OJ I' rooms parking space
13 water stars girls sev- -
to :2200 Saturday from 0900 to 2200 Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
'" here the Ird-.\W" r'.rl"r. Darluna Reach 94.94I across from the barracks looks likea ;
'" en men. They appeared in I 4th-W. (.,ei(.r. Jark onill.* 94,.:14I prosperous used car lot! I Everyone welcome. .
last Naval Air Training Athletic
Conference Swimming Championships .I .III-L.. G.S. Dtttelt Drennon, 1),1&. AlUi l Beach. IfI.G"91.040tht' I I Peggy Morris is visiting us while I MJlt&KK\-Sponsored by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 1101.
,. I leave from Joe Hours: Monday through Friday-0700 to 2100
and were greeted with acclaim 7th-( T. Hubltard. JaIL Navy HD' 44 on Washington ; Saturday-0700 to
at I Chief Hubbard offered special i j I Dies has a car and she had a 0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents
j i appreciation to Charles H. Thorn- '' smash up the very first day. I for each additional ,child; Card-$7 for one child; $2 for each 'addi-
)1 Competition wil nut be forgotten, ton of the Jacksonville Model Race I II ,i Next week we shall have all the onal child: Daily (tor working mothers)--$1 from 0700 to 1800.
either Men from Key West, Pen I I Car Club for refereeing the contest : scoop on the Birthday celebration --, -
fiacola, Great Lakes, Whiting Field, : and to C. E. Simmons of Atlanta: Now we are FIVE, but the con-
Ward Island, Corpus Christ i, Green Ga., for technical advice and part- necting thought here is will we: Administrative Picnic

Cove Springs, as well as the Jax- : time officiating ever reach the ripe old age of
Navy entry, will battle for first- i I .. .. SIX? (Continued from Page 1) (Continued front Page- 1))

cornPete I J ate prior to adjournment This approval or of having served the longest atNAS
DirectorCoutiuued expresses confidence in the Jax.
Navy swimming crowns Civilian ability of WAVES to contributeto As guests the WAVES invited

Tonight there will be four finals, ( from Page 1) the service in the future. r the Admiral, the commanding of-

the J50' meter' freestyle, the 200- duty I should like to say that the (Continued! from Page 1) WAVES can therefore. celebrate I i ficers of the various activites hero,
meter freestyle, the 100 backStroke I Navy is requesting our retention I Ir unusual hours of work. this Filth Anniversary with pride I and other dignitaries. Music for
and the 200-meter breaststroke r not as a tribute to what we have I The Civilian Personnel Officer, and a knowledge of having done a the occasion was furnished by tlio

The district champions in j done, but rather what it believes A. O Anderson yesterday urgedall job well Air Station Band.
the 400-meter fiee-stvle, the 3- we can continue to do This means I employees do their part in the Lt Noma P. Reid The softball game was played
meter springboard dive 800-meter i I 1 that every day must be our best I: forthcoming. election "Shop Committees I NAS WAVES Administrative under the arcs at the Power Plant

freestyle relay, the 800-meter, and "if wo would justify that faith. '' are for and Officer. diamond and a large crowd turned
the 300-metei individual medley Service in the peacetime Navy each employee should make an effort -I ----- out to witness the event.
t will be decided tomorrow night. i calls for more personal unselfish-1 I II to see that the election is asuccess' Stephens, Alfred J,' Wiggins and Heading the committees which
i 'J At l least four new Florida State ness than we have been called upon I he said I j I Charles N. Williams II III planned the celebration were Phyllis -

it i'i1.L.. records will be set during the meet. ,I to consider in the. past and a beliefin Candidates for the Inspection Committee nominees for Poole, CSplS. ), and Mary Mitchell -
Times; set In the 1500-meter freestyle I the Navy Shop Committee are Wilbur D. i Shop CSk. i Arrangements ; Wilma -
the :200-meter breast stroke, On behalf of all WAVES in this Mobley, One N Smith, Ray W I Public Works are Elmer N Swanson Boehm, .ACMM Invitations);

e and the 800-meter freestyle relay, command I should like to thankour Bailey, Hildred O. Scurrey Edward Johnnie Leavina, Sammie Betty O'Kane CS2c Florence

a awl the 300-meter freestyle, will Navy for he many opportunities S. Summersill, Frank Del- : Whittington Alfred R. Hi1..1 A'I Hayes SC2t, and Eleanor Foley,

be records, as there has never been and privileges that have been rose, Andrew R. Carlson, Warren brand Arthur W. Wilds, James SC3c ( Food ) : Hazel Miller, CY,
any of these races in the state. given. us. G Williams, James L. Higbee, and I and Helene Hirsch CY, I Hostess);
._ Tonight the trophies will\ be Lt Ellen Word William J. Bishop Hughes, Belford L. Davis. HarmonJ. and Shirley Edge SpiS)2c. ((.Entertainment

.7' : awarded to winners by Captain F. Director of WAVES for W. Edsell Herrington, Ronald I Smith. Alton B. Scarboro, Clifford ).
'\J'.. F. Siena Assistant Chief of Staff ;I 7th N. D. and NAATC. Livingston, Jr.:: John H. Walker, S. Wemp, Cecil O Brown. As a prelude to yesterday party ,.
p.' .. for Personnel, 7th N.D.; Captain I I and William W+ WhitfleUl are the I Arthur L. Stonebinks, and William :a group of WAVES including:
. .', Herbert S. Duckworth, Commanding I candidates for the Supply and Accounting N. Simcoke Lt. Conitlr Doe. Lt. Reid, Mary
f' : Officer of NAS; Captain F. H. Air Station Shop Committee. Nominees for the MiscellaneousShop Mitchell, CSk and Eleanor Hand,
CJilahan. Seventh Naval District A&R employees will select throe Committee are Michael Cas- AerM3c appeared on the Van and

Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations (Continued from Page 1) committeemen from a slate of 17 cone Industrial Relations), NevaM Kay radio program Tuesday morning .
and Logistic.,: and Captain which all may point with pride. candidates, including James H. Harris (Industrial Relations), over WMBR
H. 11. Jones t'ublic Works Officer I On this, their Fifth Anniversary, Dye, Geralt T. Elmore, Vinson T. Grayson S. Macllwaine i Industrial Summing up all the activity Is
Tomorrow night, presentationswill i I extend my congratulations to the Forrester, Jr., Milton R. Fulton, Relations), Margaret G. Boat- this little jingle which was sent
be made by Captain L. Y. Mason Women's Reserve of the United Ratliff H (Slim) Langston, How- wright (Industrial Relations), Edison to the JAX AIR NEWS for pub.
Chief of Staff, Seventh Naval I States Navy." ard L Lewis, Sef'ber K. (Huey) J Nunez, Jr (Aviation Training hcation in the birthday edition;

District; Captain J. F. Schumaher, Comdr. Paul E Em rick, Long, Dudley G. Norman, Eric E. ), :Margaret II Floyd (Aviation WAVES TRIBUTE
; Commanding Officer of NATTC; NAS Executive Officer: O'Brien, Floyd C. Parker, William Training &: Welfare), Clifton G Liwi there a sailor with seal 'G
Ii x Captain W. C. Wingard, Staff Public -- -- -, T (Biff Bill) Pyburn, Thomas P. Edwards (Yard Department), and dead
I',:.. Information Officer; Captain C. Cecil Field, and Captain F. L Al Roberts, Marcus N. (Sam) Sam- Albert A. Marchant (Yard Department Who navcr to Mwutelf has said,
S. Cooper, Commanding Officer, bert, Senior Chaplain. rnoii., Bouge E Snipes, Joel L. ). "I'tn pled the Navy went co-cdt


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t IT'S & 'TOUCH UFE By Stccrcs

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The following dispatch from the Chief of c 91P

Editorial Office Naval Operations was received here earlier L.L) 1 1e 1o

South Wing Lower Deck, llhlf. 930 this week. In view of its) importance to ev-

Telephone Extension sun eryone in the naval service, it is quoted in
its entirety : Lt''
Arthur M. Greene, Editor
The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the The National Security Act of 1947 is' now law

U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and Its "Declaration of Follcj" states:

printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at "In enacting this legislation it is the intent of
no expense to the government and in compliance Congress to: -x ) \ Att
with SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December -

1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat (1) Provide a comprehensive program for the e :t
the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical future security of the United States;

Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval .
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters ol (i)- Provideor the establishment of integrated .T

the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air policies and procedures for the depart- i -- .:
Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Range ments, agencies, and functions of the government a..L i ____ J :

And the U. S. Naval Hospital. relating to the National Security; ..

Rear Admiral Ralph Davison (J) Provide three military departments for .

Chief Commandant of Naval Seventh Air Advanced Naval District Training the administration/ the Army, the Navy ;
(including Naval Aviation and the United '.I:1
Captain Herbert S. Duckworth. USN. Commanding States Marine Corps), and the Air Force, r,,;;1
Jacksonville Naval Air Station with their assigned combat and service I ,.

Captain Jules F. Schumacher, USN Commanding components; u
Naval Air Technical Training Center
d) Provide for their authoritative coordination -
Cavlatn S. M. Shear (MC). USN Commanding and unified direction under cinlian
U. S. Naval Hospital
control, but not to merge them;
Captain F. W. Prlestman, USNR CommandingNaval
Air Reserve Training Unit (S) Provide for the effective strategic direc-
tion the armed and their
of forces for
1*. Col. T. C. Moore. Jr., USMC, Commanding Q
Marine Barracks operation under unified control and for
into team .... l1rn'N
their integration an efficient ---- -

Lt. Cotndr.Naval Neil Air Gunnery Avery. USN Range O-in-C of land, naval, and air forces." and the boss laid! I had just the right qualifications for

Captain C. S. Cooper USN CommandingNaval The terms of the act fulfills its declaration of the job!" -
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Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field PQI t'y.lth its enactment, the Navy enters upona I
new and closer relationship with Its sister services, !
Cart. Alexander kf. Hearn USMC
Marine Aviation Detachment the Army and the Air Force, and becomes a member Commercial '.I
of the larger overall organization, the National
The JAX. AIR NEWS re..eive. Shtp'i! Editorial Association material Military Establishment.Such .
RepublicAtion of credited matter prohibited without Bulletin'ulleth'M
permission of SEA Washington 25, D. C. Republication of Any differences of opinion as were expressed in
other matter except by service publications Is prohibited the naval service in the past with respect to the will be accepted until
without permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. merits of the new organization: are resolved by_thePresident's space has been tilled, but not later ,;
of the act. The ofthe
approval personnel than 1000 Tuesday Ext. 8230. .
Navy and all of its components w ill apply themselves )
Success Story wholeheartedly and with the fullest spirit of TOR SALE
co-operation to the implementation of its provision. 946 Harley Davidson "74". Sid, \ulve, Ily K. A. Chlpparonl, ACMM :,,
Another year has passed for WAVES stillon I special high..cams, all extrai. '*'011. KxlI : COMMENT. If you read the .lax :i
I 8230. tocl.:
Ext. 407. Tinker newspapers, other than the funnies, ,
active duty in the Navy-another of Felt mattress like new.
Piano, like new. $350; davenport bed, like and the sport sheet, you will have 1
achievement and accomplishment.When I I new. Ext. 506. LIndgren. noticed that the regular columnist, .j 1
Three officer'i white uniform, size Sf; i like Winchell Earl Wilson ;1
and ,
the members of the Women's Reserve white shoes and miscellaneous clothing '
celebrated their "Hash-Mark" birth- very reasonable Phone 7-4171 John have guests to do their stuff while .JI d
Pilklngton. I they themselves are ()vacation.. :>Is 1
day in 1916 many of us thought that it mightbe I Tews tandVieuus f romtabanA 1937 Hudson lit.Terraplane coupe. Laiienby, ; Winchell has Jack Lait and just .(

the last time that the gals in blue would 3-piece Hangar maple livingroom suite. 1416A last Thursday Wilson had Fred AI- ,

observe an anniversary:; in active service. But 1942 Child Harley St.. NAS.Davidson.Dirks", 45 ext.". In 269.very good 1 i len. Now Fred, being one of the ,. '

we were very much in the wrong. Althoughin condition. See Lund. liki. 582 NATTC 'I;highest-paid entertainers in the
country never uses capital letters ,
after 1630.
numerical strength the WAVES are downto General Electric washing machine, "3. in any of his writings, and just to .

a mere handful, jn spirit they are as strongas cowboy rode up to a high board fence, Khaki Chief jumper Thompson green, 1392 coverall Cumberland: beige covert Road make sure that all you good people ;j

ever. pulled out his revolver and started shooting. doul>le-breuted coat pair soft short Rus get the best in this paper, I, too, ;&.
scan jodphur leather boots and straps will not use capitals. So, as Life j
Of the two odd thousand still serving Un. When he had finished, the fence was perfor- pair high rubber-soled black canvas Magazine said to James Linnen, .$ *
shoes and white lacings, pair black dress
cle Sam at naval stations throughout the
low shoes and straps, pair grey heavy "Time" must go on. (P. S. It does .;,1.
ated with bit of "Life is not
U. S., a sizeable number are patiently wait- a philosophy : cotton-wool drawers blue overcoat, blue every Friday, price 80c). '. \

ing word from Congress on the future of always holding a good hand, but is playinga blouses uniform, three blouse pairs and white trousers trousers two white white there will be an old-time "honkey- :,.1

their organization. Many are marking time poor hand well." The first part of the story with cap with olive three drab white green covers wool cover khaki, blu.cap tonk"nite here or "bowery"at the club dance, so tomorrow dress up ";,

hoping that the WAVES will be made a per- may be fiction, but the message contains a wool coat cover slie 11 and shirt oilskin, size cover.8 shoes Sic fit 40 as they would on the bowery. come .

manent part of the naval establishment.Then large amount of truth. 7'i hat pants 82" waist. 32" leg. G. up and help make this a better one I
they will sign on the dotted line as Noble Jones 23Z East 48th St., Savan- July 4th. unfortunately only ""jl"jlthan

USN's. All of us have a tendency to grow discouraged. Puppies!nab Georgia, good pets 50%for of children.replacement Phone cost.2- the buffet dinner will be free, but

Even after having done our best 5709, W. C. Goodwin. support your sub, as better times j
The WAC's, WAVES, and SPARS were 8-piec maple bedroom suite vanity chest are ahead. prizes will be given for ";;1
innovation in this Women had there is tendency to feel that it is not a very bed cabinet with three drapers coil I the best dress.
an country. .1
springs mattress, and two pillows: elec-
. begun to establish themselves in businessand good best. There always seems to be one or, tric range with side oven livingroomsuite the rise in prices at the club .:
dining room suite. All in good are due to j
perhaps several reasonable excuses-why we higher operating expenses 1
before the of the ,
industry turn century. condition for caih. Phone 2-4224 Mrs. the
increase will also give
have not done better. Fate and much of life Rustln. i
Yeomanettes served in the Navy during 1935 DeSoto sedan. Excellent eondi on. the club a higher margin of profit, "
World War I. But they were not an integral seem inconsiderate and unkind. Life's umpire Jillion, ext. 810 or Bks. 6, NATTC, and that will enable us to give
calls strikes that seem low and outside. We after 1630. back to the members of ,
group like the WAVES in World War II, Black female cocker spaniel pedigree. H ",
look around and see other people who seem J. Klingbei). ATU No. 10 Ground Sihool everything "on the house'. (lit if*
side side with
serving by fighting men everywhere or: phone 2-3798. for free later on, I'm for it.) '
but in the forward combat zones to possess everything: health, talent, per- 5-plec maple livingroom suite 4-piec personalities and .;-
bedroom suite. Excellent condition and
and on board ship. They met the test with sonality, keen intellect, and opportunity. And reasonable 1335B Randolph St., NAS. R. skinhead brennan, acmm, was pre
colors and their worth we envy their good fortune. W. Boys CBM. sented with a wire mesh toupee.
flying proved many 3-pece! maple livingroom suite, floor lamp, alas and alack tho he
times over. They showed they could take it, Sometimes we do not go beyond the sur- as 9'xl2'unit.fibre 1315 rug Cumberland end table.Rd.To Phone be told 2- it. d. h. murphy, acmm, won't, and wear ruth

as they received little, if any, special con- face appearance and we do not know what 2554. Mrs Hospleld. mccallister alsled it last week

sideration.The they have overcome. Let us look at a few Household machine console furniture radio including-phonogrph washing five- louie gratz crm, and wife (he said

girls stood watches around the clock, examples. William McPherson of Denver, Col- :year crib and bathinette. Chief Woodward she helped) were storked with a
Shop 426. A&R. louis is all
: boy. smiles. J. h. gentry,
mustered with all hands, were right up thereat orado, lost both arms and both eyes in an Full-dress suit tail coat, size 36. Like acom, will go it next month with

inspections, and worked many a long explosion. To have lost either is tragic, but 1939 new.Ford$30. Phone four-door 2-8953 deluxe Haaf.sedan. New dorothy clark from mlsipi. it cost

night. They performed not only clerical jobs to have lost both is tragedy compounded.Over motor tires paint seat covers. $760. him 9 skins via bell telephone to \
Chief :
Sutherland Bldg. 551 ext. 397. ,
but worked as mechanics, metalsmiths, para- half of his life still lay ahead ; what 1939 Plymouth coupe. New paint job. Ext. make sure. w. c. nlckovitz, acmm, "',
is still in the
chute control tower should he do ? He wanted to continue his 8303 Mcllenry. hospital let's get up
riggers, operators, flight Two residential lots corner of Murrayand to see him, huh
orderlies, plane handlers, pharmacist's mates, reading, but one cannot read without eyes, Kerle. F. F. Mueller 20513.: I what's new the bar room will

MAA's, drivers, specialists, and radio and not even Braille without hands. Chances werea FOR KENT become "stag" beginning tomorrow -
Room and board for two nice girl, In'
teletype operators.Now million to one that he would never read. Avondale. One block from bus line. 'I as of last nite a cash prize

having proved they could do a jobas But he did, and does. The doctors said it was Three-room Phone 2-8646 apartment Mrs. O'Quinn bedroom kitchen will nesday be given nites. out there weekly is also on a wedWN hillbilly .

well as, or better than, the opposite sex, impossible for him to read, but he still in- livingroom.College St., Riverside Contact ,Mrs.between Zirkles, 2737 duet on the same nite. the

they are patiently waiting for a decision sisted on trying to read Braille with his 1900. 1600 and drawing hour will be 1000. see you

which will determine their fate. We think tongue. After months, he mastered it by Small front single Running in lovely soft, private hot water river there also, huh?

the Navy can make good use of them, that having a teacher trace the letters on his backas private bath separate entrance. Gentlemen at the running a juke box out '
only. Convenient to NAS bus line. pool (5c lOc), see! it's
they'll prove, as in the past, a definite asset. he felt them with his tongue. Phone 2-5765 Mrs. Guy Marvin. always costing you dough, no ? t
Room and meals. 2571 Peat :St:; Phone
Their talents and skills be used -
can profit- Life for him might easily have stoppedat 7-7241 Anna Chapman. after KOO.
ably to make the Navy more efficient and the time of his tragedy-but it didn't. He Nicely furnished bedroom with kitchen! Ride from Edgewood next to Wittmen's
privileges and ,
garage. Gilloway Room Dairy to NAS.
Working hours v74J
smooth-running. And, besides, we just like is playing a poor hand well. 237, Bldg. 1. ext. 224. 1630. Ext. 462. Mrt. Harrell. w
to have them around. Their cheerful dispositions Large double. room witch kitchen privileges. High chair coffee table, play p.n. Lc.
2056 Dell wood Ave. Phone
We are all familiar with Franklin D.Roosevelt's 25016.
\ and co-operative spirit have helped Mrs G. Lv. Loggins.
Three unfurnished LOST
struggle with paralysis Stalin'swithered apartments one
make duty at shore stations more pleasantfor two four-room. Mrs Herring, Ladies' brown change purse containing
have mettle and arm, Churchill's supposedlyincurable phone 24841. change and bills Lost at Mason Staid:
put us on our
everyone, bleachers
Two-bedroom furnished apartment. Innerspring or parking area In back. Kind
have generally, been a force for good.If speech impediment, Helen Keller's tri- mattress, tile shower bath lfa.1 ft pleas contact R G, Wallace AMMle,
kitchen. Adults only $80 month. Hangar 114. Reward
umph over blindnes and lack of hearing Glen a
they're not around next year, we'll cer- McKenna, phone 5.8034. 228 West 4th -
Cunningham's struggle to learn to walk after :Street: I
meantime I
tainly miss them. But, in the we
One-bedroom apartment, furnished. Up. I I.talr.
salute them and wish them a very happy being told that he never would. .. Adults only In south part of city I
Mr. Lindquibt. 1616 Alford Place Phone ''0
anniversary You would be surprised to know how fi-1.102. s

-*- many of the really great people have not WANTEDTwo At the Station Chapels Blratl|Baa

Cars for Disabled Vets been the fortunate people. Fate never dealt ext.grey 215.shirts. Size 1IV4-3S Lt. Ferrtll: Road and Mastin Avena.Prete.tsai .

disabled them "four of a kind" or "aces full". She Ride from Green Cove Springs to NAS. M10-NATTC Service--ChsplaJn A. (). .
(SEA-Approximately) 23,000 Working hours 0730 to IS0(). Also elertrf Bonr.lU5G.Mral.
veterans have applied for automobiles jeeps gave them cards that didn't look like much, ice box. Lt, (ig) Earl R. Paul", 372. Worship Service-Chap.
Ride from College 6 Cherry .
but they played them well. lain R. L. Murphy,
trucks, and other motor vehicles under the Working hours .0800 to 1630. Ext. 761, ea....11. ,
Life never guarantees us a good hand but Brooks. 0700-?.... .
half ,
More than
:plan approved by Congress. I Ride from 43rd; fit. or. vicinity to NAS. 09 00-Mass.
of the applicants have already received their it ..always provides an opportunity, to. play Working hoe|r( 0800 to U3(). Wilkes, ext. 1100-MASS.An .
675, Outdoor Nursery tat small tbtt. ., ..
The others are awaiting delivery.) The II II.tars our hand well.)) Ride' for two; s.lnU. to Lee: Angeles w .,ell Is naioUJn 1 between. .0900 ,
Han Jbrancteco on or about 28 "
program ended 30 June. Chaplain J. B. McPherson. .;Jltrltrmrta ,exrhitnged. Phone August.2-0084 and 1200. i


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31 July 1947 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Fiva-

.. --W I TAKING INVENTORY r i Es&spoctEng:

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.AROUfiD & R Inspeciars
Engine O\erhaul, by Carl \V. "---11- A
Player--Just received an invitation I' I C F 1t. By HELEN RUKNKTTE:

housewarming at the homend up the work, girls You should I We are happy to have two newcomers -
. new, that is) of my goodnds have these more often with us and wish to take
Willie and Effie Dobbs, The I this apportunity to welcome them
July 29th. As most of you know, Engineering Division is combining (into the department. W. S. Cran,
Willie works in shop 1346 and Ef- with our division on Aug.
I AM3c and C. A. Patrick, AMM3c;
to hold a picnic at Gold Head
Ce was formerly employed herein both come to us from the Assembly
Branch State Park. It should be
shop 1332. a and Repair Department. We hope

Looking around the shop, we see cent very plearant turnout of one our and division a 100' per is I you enjoy working with us, fellows.

that about all of the fellows who hoped for. Incidentally, Jim Vearil I Chief A. E. Homewood has re-
were taking those long, long vacations Is organizing a co-ed softball team i turned from an extensive leave
this summer have drifted to compete against a similar one 4 i.aM i I spent in Montana. We are sure you
back to work. First to return wasJ. consisting of Engineer Division had an enjoyable trip, chief.
W. Hall who took two monthsof members. Come on, folks, Join the 1, W D. Mobley and L. E. Jordanare
Chit: annual leave he accumulated team and beat the Engineers! See w f 4 completing a tour of duty as
during the war years. Coy Whit- .Jim Vearil today! Inspectors in the Wing Shop. Good
worth also returned after !, know!
recently n r.elghbor policy, you
taking about two months, and last I Assembly Division by I. D.Bouchard I J. M. Stephens, AMMHlc, is now
to show up was-you guessed it- work -in It is indeed a pleasureto free to go ahead with his plans. 1!
Charlie Martin. our newly-painted of Joe checked out of the Navy last
Seems like it's atfout time for us fice. Everything looks so nice and week with a big smile on his face.
to get around to some of the real- usual clean. Of standard course, it's the Navy's I)' t\ He has completed all arrangementsfor
ly swell fellows in this division regulation color tj I entering school to fit himselffor
but Joanna
who have escaped notice in this Jordan much preferred missionary work. Good luck to
column heretofore. Dave Mark, Blush Pink and Alice Blue you, Joe. We are sure you will
shop 1352t deserves a bouquet for d Maybe: next time, Jo! ,, find success and happiness in this
consistently cheerful nature; Speaking or paint, Ruby White a' > wonderful vocation. -
0 1 Strickland, shop 1301, for was telling Anna C. Baker of an We are proud of the two up-
horseshoe pitching ability; I incident that happened some time I and-flying pilots in the Engine Ov
Chief Musial for his smiling personality ago where a girl had a whole can I erhaul Inspection Group. H. O.
; Jack Byars for his ability of paint spilled over her head. Poor Scurrey and E. S. Summer have
to pack so many women in one kid, it only took the Dispensaryabout both made solo flights. Congratulations
car without any dissension; and I four hours trying to get the to you both!
last but not least Charlie Coker stuff out, not saying the many M O N. Smith has been called to
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shop 1339, because of his wisdom. : shampoos she's had. All she could .WWY. '''''' oW. "" "" : Dallas, Ga., because of the serious

So there, fellows, never let it be I think of was losing her hair. That "COUNT, COUNT COUNT, THOSE PARTS, That must be illness of his wife's mother
said that you didn't make the must be an awful feeling, what these P&S clerks are thinking about as they count the minor Did you notice that smudge of
umn. You are this week's cOI-1 folks ? So let's be careful eh'l structural spares in Bldg 110 during a routine Inventory. The clerks, lip-stick on A. L. Hajes' collar last
ten men. i we're near paint. from the Count Section of the Inventory Division in Supply, are, week? Well, it's a pretty shade,
Correction to last week's col We would like to introduce Ens left to right C J: Gordon, M L McGinnis, and L C Scott, Sic, anyway, Hayes.
umn. The Engine Overhaul Social D. C. McClurkin who came over : : :. --I K. T. Mullens, S2c, had a slight
Committee folded-! like an old um- from Flight Test and who will be mishap with a coke bottle last
brella this week; because of the with us in this division. We all INSIDE SUQPLY week. Next time, how about wear
objections of higher authority. want to wish him the best of luck, ing boxing mitts-or, if you Just
Despite this decision, we in En- I and we hope he enjoys his new PUBLIC WORKSJennie gotta play rough, then have the
gine Overhaul still feel that it wasa surroundings. duel with a sword. Much safer.
great Idea. We feel that they I I We understand Mr. Arnold is Kopec of Transportation SALLIES What is this unusual mania
Sara has for old ?
would have been very successful as a bachelor these days, as his wife reports all is quiet on the automo- collecting keys
a result of the splendid efforts of and boy left for Georgia for a I I If you have any extra keys around
front. Willie Trans-
Archie Ellis, Chief Skinner,. Lois I period of time. We bet you miss I I II i which are not needed, bring them
foreman is his to Saia. It doesn't matter what
them Mr. portation having I I up
Collins, Thomas Gurr, Louie Clark, Arnold.
and others too numerous to men- I We are glad to have E. C. Kidd, yellow shoes, ice-cream pants, I CONTEST: What's in a name ? I lock they fit. .
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tion here. You did a great job, ACMM back after a short leave green coat and red necktie clean- The possibility of changing the i
folks, and don't consider your time J of absence. We all missed him, but ed for a vacation he hopes to get. name of "Supply Sallies" rests I fishing camp"millionaire"; Bobbie Dixon Tom ,Red-"To
wasted. It was for a good cause. William C. Duncan did a pretty with the proposition of finding a I marry ;
With that ensemble the mond "To be first-class electrician

we suggest a
Engineering Dh'lslon-by Fred good job keeping things going better title. If you have any ideas,
K. Clyne-Number one on our hit I while he was gone. Two-Spot Night Club, and, Willie, call or contact Oretha Doughertyon \ and make $1.78 an hour"; Marion
Fulcher "To be Errol
parade this week is the fact thata Hanry :Mansfield is in the hos- take Tom Cowan and Tom Andreutoo extension 8218 and give her ;
Polly McDonell, "To be retired.
rather recent announcementabout pital at Lake City With a serious those two boys are hep to the your suggestion and your name. I SPORTS REVIEW: The Supplyers -
an engagement has produced leg injury after being shot acci- latest zoots. The title selected will receive two' wound their schedule
tesults. Bob Duval and Mary Car- dentally while cleaning his gun After welcoming Doris Wilson tickets to any movie in town; and and up few
I are spotting a post.
michael during the recent A&R if otherwise approved, it will be
have just taken up the vacation.He into Public Works Files, this office season frays with neighboringteams.
art of "dish heaving"-Mr. and is getting along fair. certainly hates to tell her good- the future heading of the column. .
They are badgering a
Mrs. to folks Structures l>M Ion Lathetls Whether or not the name is used, i
you Congrats, you -by bye, but she and the Mr. are mov- game with the Beach nine on their
two! Gunter-We welcome Mary Dieu- however, the winner will receive
to Indiana.
I ing enjoyed your own diamond and for a return engagement -
We have Walt Fletcher back donne to Structures Office. Hope the tickets. Deadline is August btn,
I stay, Doris, and keep up the com on the St. Nicholas, Park
with us drafting again after spend- yon enjoy working with us. mercial art. The file room reports and the title will be announced tbe I|I field. Manager Roundtree reported
ing a short term in Tech Files. I We're sorry to hear that A. that Dot Nassif gave up her driv- following week.SECRET ,. that as of last week seven of the
Let's see you "spread the graphIte Florio and J. C. Trevlne are D'I ing lessons because she had such a AMBITIONS: Clem I'players: were roosting in the Big
," Walt. our sick list. We wish you both poor teacher. Right, Dot? And as Boatright: "Singer"; Paul Moore, 3 bracket, with Felix Mendel slap
We have a couple of "big wheels"in speedy recovery. for dressing, how about Betty Her- "Hair Stylist"; George ping the pellet at a 407 mark.
the office who nice The Cable Shop personnel hope "Barker in a sideshow Gahagan'l
pulled a trip rington-she hasn't worn the same There was a time or two, though,
out of the bag last week. "Buzz" I that Charlie is enjoying himselfin dress twice since she's been here, Egypt"; Betty Young, when the hard-hitting :Mendel

Sawyer spent a few days in Cor- Panama City. huh, Dub 1Vacations singer"; Bill_ Waters_____.,_"To__run_a I I didn't fare so well Said Felix to
pus Christi, Texas, and Charles I We will miss I. O R. of shop are still in order, with I the Ump (who had just called him
Littlejohn went to Philadelphia, 311 after August 13. Good luck, Pete Capps taking off next week his Alma Mater isState Pen, out on strikes). "Whassa matter,
Pa.We Roland. for Pennsylvania of all places. I not Penn State. ya blind or sumpin'?" Said the
have another new typist In Jesse K. Smith of 305:) has real- When asked, "Why Penn ?" Pete The following reporters are hereby lUmp, 'Waal, I missed one, 'OUI
our midst now. She is one of those ly been sweating a rate. Well, he says "Why not?" Good enough. twiddled for their contributionsthis two, and you had abbat in
civilized people. You know-a yan- I finally made it last week to aviation I Personally, we think that's where I week-Virginia Walpole and I your hand" The team expects to
kee. Her name is Mona Sorem. metalsmith, maximum. Congratulations I Rut Rutledge. Their contributions stage a little get-together when
She hails from Minneapolis, Minne : I you have a new reporter and, with were submitted in blank verse the playing's over to commemorate
sota. She really likes this part of Usually, when a fellow goes fish- I the help of each shop we can continue very blank. I'' an enjoyable season with its ups-
the country so well that she's head- ing, he expects the fish to feed the good work Bob Cook was II Herschel Lee in Personnel received -| and-downs M. L. McGinnis te-
ing back north just as soon as pos him, but not John Turbeville and I doing. We hated to lose Bob, but a card from Sadie Britts gretfully reported that while his
sible. Better not take off your Lonnie Farlow They fed the fish he has a bigger job now as coordinator saying she was enjoying her vacation request for Friday night bowlers
shoes, though, Mona! on their recent deep-sea trip. of the complete Accessories in Washington. on the Springfield alleys broughtout
Llbbya Boyette took the weekend Personnel and Administration Division and we wish him luck. i' Mary Rodgers from Maintenance a number of enthusiasts, so far
off last week to depart for by-Hot Dlckson-Mrs. Killam is I' Anyone desiring an open-air reports that the woodsman who's Supply has been rather poorly rep..
parts unknown. What did you do, among our newest Grandmothers.Our taxi ride just see Mabel Wells. I cutting palm logs for W. V. resented. It is not too late, how..
Libby, go swimming again? i total is now four. Her grand- I We welcome to our division, R. Strom's lodge "Bilt-rest" at Valle ever, and Mac will be glad to talk
I wouldn't say that "Buzz" Ga- daughter has made her eligible to Hinckley, ACEM, McAdams AEM2c I Palma (Spanish for Palm Valley) to anyone interested, dubs or demons
mache is hen-pecked or anything Join the parade of "walking the I J. D. Kirby, S2c J. Turner, contends they will -last for 400 if you'll look him up.
like that, but he has a new nick- floor over you while Mama and Tommy McNill, Essie C. Carter, I years, but Strom doesn't want any BRIEF BITS: Glad to welcome
name, "The Timid Soul." Just try Papa: take a rest." I and Dolly Castile. I material to be replaced even that i back "Ma" Sheffield, our indispensable
and get him to play golf unexpect- :Mrs. Reif is back with us, although -I Hope Louise Hirschman will soon, as he's doing the work. We've Dispensary dispenser,
edly sometime! Just kidding, Myrtle Morris is still on the soon be well and back! to work. I been hintin' around for an invi- from her recent leave Also, it's
", I sick list. Welcome back, Mrs. ReI!. I We will miss Herby Abrams tation to spend a week-end fish- I reported that Edna Brunson spent
-=ning Dh'I"lon--by Seamor Wonder what causes the deep when he leaves us. ing when the lodge is completed, her two weeks in New Orleans,
. welcome is tendered to i frown of concentration on Bur- I Know that B. M. Jones is having but so far no luck. All we have to amidst the bayous and Creoles .
Earlene V. McRae, a new member : nett's face when she isn't smiling? fun in Tennessee. i I suggest now is a good house- Short short: Marie Nieset was
of our division. We all hope you Deep study, Emily? I Those leaving the Instrument warming. fired the first day from her out
enjoy our atmosphere as much as Ida Mayne has been having a Shop are Meeta Simonton, Lillian I We're glad to have Frank Net- side job of helping her husband
your predecessor, Eileen Poston, Beige at the dentist. Hastey, and Warren L. Alderman 'tles back with us after three weeks build their new home (next doorto
who resigned last Friday to pur- Sure missed L. Taylor Wednes- I Warren is going in business for on the wage survey. I their present one), when, first
sue her pressing domestic duties. day. No coffee! Drinkwater was himself repairing refrigerators. I And speaking of vacations more ': thing, she laid one concrete blockin
A. bon farewell, Eileen. It was swell struggling alone, too. big beach party is planned for and more people seem to be taking place, turned to get anotherone
having you with us. Inez Dixon is having visitors I''A 9th. Come one and all so I them as the mercury rises. Among and fell flat into the cement
Several weeks back, "The Trainof from California this week. Going be a success. them is Henry Foster who "took trough Sid Clark is also the
Tomorrow" visited Jacksonvilleand to show them what Florida has !I Want an airplane ride? See H. I to the hills" this week-them thar chief worker in building his own
amazed many of our division that California hasn't? I A. Garrett. He soloed Sunday.Mrs. I hills of Tennessee, that is! Then home Another homebuilder in
members. However, we can boast Wonder what the confab in the I I Evans has visitors, her I there's Eleanor Womeldurf, who's George Gahagan, who dashes off
"a train of today" operated by a corner the other day was about? daughter, son-in-law, and grandson down in Waldo spending the week each week-end when the whistle
member of our division. Susie The fellas were doing a lot of from Wilmington, Del. with her folks, and Clem Flanders, blows to St. Simons Island, Ga,
Ward end her husband operate a laughing, and loud! Hope Joe Vernae will soon recover who took the week off to be with where his country estate is being
miniature railway Sundays for the Accessories DhlsioD-by Dorothy from his accident and be his mother and father who are visIting erected Attributed to Comdr.
express pleasure of the kiddies. M. Williamson-Well, folks! back at work. him from New Orleans. L. R. Humes: "The graveyard is full of
Recently, a national magazine hada Emilie Gensinger took a circle Boyer (master mechanic, Power indispenable people." It.! Auld
write-up on this Mini-Railway on tour through the mid-west to visit Plant) left this week for parts Lang Syne for Marguerite Alvarez,
the old St. Augustine Road. As for DON'T FORGET! her daughter.If unknown.E. in Accounting, who leaves Supplyand
myself, I haven't been on it yet, you want to see a good ball J. Megonigal has returned NAS after having been here
but am planning to give It a try game, be at the Stadium Tuesday from Texas and Mexico with a over six years.
day. Susie, incidentally, is Vote night when A&R Ordnance meets good tan and mote vim, vigor and TODAY'S I-Q TEST Read the
.e'onductor, and her husband is Phalanx in their second game. vitality than ever. He reports a following sentence only once,
engineer, maintenance man, For Your Shop Folks, we have a team to be proud wonderful trip but says it's goodto counting the number of F's you
and everything else. of, as we are now 3rd In the be back in the Sunshine State see. Do not go back nor count .
The women of Material Files' league. We also have a chance to where it rains.S. them again, nor point. "FINISHED .:
once again held a noon-day tan- Committeemen'OHDAY. win the second half. E. Piper (Power Plant) has FILES ARE THE RESULTS OF .
uet In place of regular "chow Dick Tracy has nothing on us! also returned from his vacation.For YEARS OF SCIENTIFIC STUDY;,
coll." These women certainly We, too have a coffeehead in our i some unknown reason, he went COMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE -

brighten the week with their sump- May-umber. I even farther eouth-way down in OF YEARS." (Now react it ... .
n their food Is delicious). Keep : : J him when yon need coffee.' fCri'tef the heat. amazed!) .


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800(3 iectricitii Uloii_..

Captain Jules f Schutiuchor lMNCom The NavSch, .AEl\I (A) o4;,the Naval Air Technical Train-

m.inline. NATTC Library ing Center, Jacksonville, Florida: carries the responsibility;

Contra"*nbrt P. Bob, USN Willard Motley had written a of training! young men in one :of the finest}; technical' fields'electricity. *-,

story based on the actual living of War-born out of necessity, this school has 'nce

Lt. Comma Public 1111')1" J.,n.dlon W. WilliitnM Olfic, .,USN men and women he has known its inception, prepared hundreds of men for electrical (AVrs

Adv.sur to J** An Nw called KNOCK_< .AT_..ANY_L DOOR .It as enlisted men in the Navy and as ex-enlisted men in* VIl
is the story 01 NICK Romano in
KdltorUI: Offie. fur NA11C Aotetl..", R.MOU UT .n4: 1M, Chicago though it could just as lan fields.
Administration( Buillin* 5D4-A.' Tel taL. 20*. well be any American boy in any, Electricity: is one of the moat I I
Edit city. Nick dreamed of stars but fascinating subjects for study ever t! the electrical technician the thorough -

Arthur T. Kwtwnikulis. Sls stumbled in the gutter Emma conceived and developed. This wonderful I, knowledge of the basic eleo-
married for love but found only servant of man is a power I rical principles the most important
N..w.writ.r disillusion, Grant Halloway, from unlike any other--it can be transmitted phase of his learning. This
R.b. rt J. Wvhlln, SU knowledge is
for generally acquired
his own comfortable position deplored great through
All Photograph tr. official U S. N...y Pholmimphii mat by NAS the harshness of life but did slender wires or directly through through vocational schools, trade
Photo L.t> unit A*. Fund, SoS.ioi' Photo Lb unliM (Mhoiwin. credited. I nothing about It. Aunt. Rosa trieD space, as in radio. i I, schools, or the NavSch. AEM

I to help but found it Impossible It is difficult to realize how Class A.I i. which is considered by

lIs a violent, exciting book on life closely electricity is linked with authorities in vocational training:

I in a great American city, yet it is our everyday existence. We are so as the outstanding aviation electrical ,

7r impossible is a violent, exciting close to it that we often "can- vocational school in the
S 1 S United States
S I book on life in a great American not see the forest on account of the
city, yet it is sympathetic, human trees". Scientists frequently remind -' ABM i A) School graduates generally
and true. It is a book you will read uu that our entire civilization work in the Navy as the indi9pensableaviation .

to the end.ROGUE'S. would D* wrecked by the removal'' electricians or
they branch into the field of
HOLIDAY by Hamilton of one key element such as steel aviation electronics
Cochran, is a rowdy recital of or even sulphuric acid But takeaway
Many of the trainees, completing
\1' upon
WHRT ro DO! WHERE TO ooi treachery courtship abduction shore and combat and the production electricity and and transportationwould all important' their tour of duly In the
on on .
:Navy return to civilian life. These
I sea in. the early eighteenth century be stopped Electricity :has
The hero is a lieutenant in become a dominant element in the men require no "readjusUuent"Their
I tramingA Ikes
MOVIE SCHEDULE the British navy and the heroine a' home, office, factory and every' navy InllrLArl-
them a "natural" to fit :
beautiful American girl. The story form of modern transportation.
ous well-paid occupations of the
NATTC begins in England and ends in The individuals, having grown up
electrical field. Thus, the NaSch
Carolina "Afloat or ashore this Is in the "electrical age" simply takesit
ABM i At School provides a complete
TlliltSIAYIUNGLE. FLIGHT with Robert Lowery and Ann a blood-quickening tale for those all for granted like the weather foundation which
S who in this of Diesel But unlike the weather, somethingis upon men
>tvt! ? Shows at 1730 and 24)13.1''RID.tY day engineson build their electrical
AM SATUKIVODD MAN James the sea and jet planes in the, constantly being done about it. careers:
OUT with :Mason -
that is. the electrical
vast fieldis
air will the
never ae sunlight
and Robert Newton Shows at 1730 and 2015 on Friday; 1400. 1730:
and :2015 on Saturday. gleam from tall white sails or hear constantly sprouting new branches Domitory Facilities
the stirring cry of 'Out cutlasses I in, many directions television,
MUND4YWYOMING., starring Wild Bill Elliott and Vera Ralston and board'." electronics, cooking, pi lot less aircraft Available At Center
Shows at HI_ ). 1730 and 2015. lockets, and others
Did you know that in June. 1942 many
MONIIAl AM TITKM: >.\Y SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE: it became known that 30.000 Georgians With every new or expanding Sleeping accommodations for 200
with Phillip Terry. Shows at 1730 and 2015. servicemen, including lockers and ,i
had been rejected by Selective branch in the electric field comes
shower are now being
W"f) tin.IING: OK WILD HORSES, starring Preston Service for illiteracy And a fresh demand for trained men:
offered at the Armed Services Cen
Foster and Gail Patrick Shows at 1730 and 2015. I that Eugene Talmadge, to take men who are capable of developing ) I
ter. 900 Liberty Street, it was announced
111lIUin.HOPPY'S: HOLIDAY, with William Boyd and Mary the curse off these figures and ap- with the field because they this week Cost is 50 cents
Ware Shows at 17oO and 20l. I parei\tly choosing a target at random have the foundation upon which to night. :
announced that New York build they know the principles of per
In addition, a snack bar is in
was the most illiterate state in the electricity. These important ba- which '
operation serves breakfast
Yellow WalerTi1ti1SI.tYNO union because a lot of waiters tht'redidn' sic principles, common to all
lunch and short ala carte ordersat
speak good english ? You can branches of electricity, are the reasonable prices

SHOW. find LaGuardia's reply which is building blocks of the f'lectrkall 1 "*i, i */
*'''jD.S.TLTIUH t Y FIESTA, starring Esther Williams classic, as well as an abundance of tf''hniciellNf'w electrical developments -
And John. Carroll. Interesting and statistical materialon are merely new arrange-(! Officers' Wives' Club
the United States in John Gun- ments or applications of these -
Savage n.YJeNOLE FLIGHT, with Robert Lowery and Ann ther'a INSIDE U. S. A. | building blocks This foundation of I I To Meet On WednesdayAs

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MONDAY AM 'n1r.s\V-ODD MAN OUT, with James itason
and Robert Newton.WEDN1'SOAYWYOMING. a special welcome to the
.THE WORD. wives of the new officers who have
: ;; :: with Bill Elliott and Vera Ralston reported aboard, the summer meetIng -
T... m D.\ '---NO SHOWTHINGS of the Officers' Wives' Club

FROM AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL will be held at the "0" Club 1300
Wednesday' 6 August. A snack
TO DO-ABOARD luncheon will be served at fifty
Most of the elite of the co untrv come to Florida 'cents per person.Iteservations .

FI.LLT'a. LN-Open nightly 1730-2130.: Bldg 517. vacation, but being already he?re. most of the fellows of Av- I may be made at

Cbatr... Wes.atured and snacks! available NATTCenter Or- Fund have no place to go to 1they're ''est their weary bOllelmle.ssIs. :. \ the Club lobbq desk, ext.: 8151.'

UOUUrsG: t on Monday nights. assigned to Basic Skill An appointment to this im-1 i Deadline is 1200 Tuesday, :5 Aug
alleys In Ship's Service avillOb liSt.
an per.on.iei Monday through Saturday, jf"SaJtdII. I IIT01I portant part of our school is cment considered more of an achieve-'' .

H O. League games have priority. than a job, but it isn't as easy to be sent there as it may i!i LADIrN: 01' I'l.nilT; : KKSKKVK:

NAi'lC UUKAin Located in Auditorium seem. The talent scout for the i 10 IIJ.T: ; (H..I.tltsIUN; UA Y

Open .vtonua.N, iiieaua.v, r.uraday and Friday 1300 to organization, known only by the The smile seen on Chief Child- / Officers for the coming year will .
2100 Wednesday 12io to 2100. Saturday and Sunday name of Tic-Toe, ventures forth ers face the past week is due to boa elected by the Ladies Auxiliaryof
l&W: ; to 2100. every few weeks to select some i
the fact that Mahler is back on the Fleet Reserve Association at
noteworthy person to join the i the class roster After his little their meeting In the Community

ATHLETIC GHU Available at Gear Locker, select. First it was Harry Price 'I' trouble, it is a pleasure to see him' Building at the Cumberland Road

Physical Training Department, Bldg. 513. then Hairless: Bill Snyder and the : back among the boys again, (l;d, Housing Projei on Monday! 4
elected to this coveted
/ latest one Note No ? .
I nickname i August, at 2000.Refreshments
TENNIS: -Racquets and balls available at Physical position is "Red" Owens. I I We all want to wish Chief Stur- I will be served.fol.

Training Bldg 513.'L'13UXO Because it Is cut off from the geon a speedy recovery and hope I' lowing the meeting.

rest of the school reached only by I! to see him back with us in a few I i ,
telephone. It has received the dubious I weeks Chief Karpinski is tearing I

\\ POOL No. 1-(Bldg., 518) For Nav11, name "Salt Mines", or more 'I, his hair over Sturgeon's loss, and '
iti'.tN TtlJ:
12 "The Pot", '
al Personnel with Guests. Children under recently Melting we! all eagerly await his return.
are not allowed In the pool unless accompanied Among those who have long held I Drummer, Baritone Sax and
The two honor
parent or a responsible adult. Monday thru Friday t reign in the shop are "Pappy" See, men for AF-15
1300 to 2045 Saturday; 0900 to 201:). Sundays andHolyd'ys 41 Gubanick. Wasko. Bouchard, and : are Lonnie Ray Bradley and! VictorJ. Tenor Sax players If you have'had
1300 to 2045. Evans. Now and then Dickert and Jacquot who claim the top two any experience with these

Bogers can be found, when not on spots this week. They are to be musical instruments, please con-
I congratulated on their achieve- tact T. F Raye. 313. or A. T
Special Liberty.
:SWIMMING: 1'OOL Nw. 3-(Bldg. 419)) For male Elmer is dead to begin with. We ment and, the fine showing they nitsonikolis: 203(

Naval Personnel only, Monday thru Friday 0900 to make no excuse as to the cause I hav made here at school. '

t" 1200 and 1730 to 2045. Saturday 0900 to 2015. Sunday of death but the official statement I, --- -. --

and Holidays 1300 to 2015. on the deceased goldfish gave I

.. : ; l"l'IIWUlLocat 'd in Auditorium for "Starvation" as the cause of his' BULKHEAD Sy Murray Carvin

:; NATTC Personnel, relatives and guests. demise. As this column pointed out I '
two weeks ago, the situation wasHonor :


WIIKKK; TO GO A&IIOKK: NCCS Club at Church and Newnal'Str.

.*.,.-... Club opiin daily trom 1TOO\ to 2300 Saturdays!, 1200 to 2100 I : Class AF-r.! '

Sundays. 1000 to 2JOO Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturdaysand
i Lonnie .le4
llay Bradley pti
Sundays. Uniform required: on Saturday and Sunday. )1v '

I Victor J. Jacquot :
. '.\l.l" Oi\'II.J.I': B1.lhtlLS-Buses>> leave at frequent intervals i I
from nw bus station at Clay and Adams (lam e as Navy). Surf bathIng !____, __
an i other recieauon at one 01 worlds tin eat ocean beaches Buss inevitable because of Ford's fall ,

(are 'i''*. ings Alas, poor Donald Is now '
forced to roam the streets In'
lAMJUINU: rislllNG, AMU BOATING: Cedar River on San search of a cyprinold double.! i t
Juan .., .di4;. iaKe! &..a.i a::i :note* tfua. three blocks from last stop on
San Juan flow Boats -two hours, oOc.; canoes: -$100 per hour; motor By this time you'Vprobably I|
heard the story pf the week. We're
boats 42.00 per hour five to eight people per boat.
referring to the happenings of
"Boats" McCloskey in town last ,

Wednesday afternoon. It seems\ |
: that "Mac" had a little trouble |
Jll Service
IfLUncle Iii while on draft escort and it was I

only because" of his steady: nerves, I
calm two bull
SHIPMENT: JUST JN appearance whips
MCW and a 45: that he was able to quell I

the We would into
uprising. go
Lots of new items on the shelves this week. this a little deeper but it is rumor-

ed that MGM is after the facts for
Electric food mixers, 21.05, just the thing for whippingup a movie short.

those cakes, ice cream, etc. "}i or a laugh to ease the worry,"

we invite all hands to the lower I
G. E. Vacuum Cleaners-$49.10. left wing on Section Four's duty )

night for the hour session of "Joke(
Pedestal electric fans for the hot summer days still Time." Ivjd by "Muscles" Simmons L

ahead $10.30.. awl "Grits" Bundy, the bi-weekly s" _
: period is indeed a nappetizmg lit- .Sure I can t Uat '-just thought I'd rent down here for an hour -
Electric Clocks, fishing gear and a host of other articles. tle affair or two."

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Sports: Toe! Spotlight At NATTC Flying Fists Furnish Three I


Air Technical Training Center is in the midst of one of its busiest weeks as far Aviation Fundamentals and box --

as sports are coneeined. A Boxing Tournament, Tn-District Swimming Finals for the All- ers from Yellow Water battled it I ----k ; E'd--Dav Schtielke, 160 .

Navy meet, and Seventh Naval District Finals in both Baseball and Softball all added out in the ring last night in the Ibs. AF-03, in first round
championship' round of the Station 8, Lovd Turner, 170 Ibs. AF-02.
what makes the Hecieation Department's hair
together are gray. ,
Boxing tournament. It was an exclusive won from Max Perkins, 170
One tournament is out of the way, howe vel', and without too many casualties reported. affair, as all battlers from Ibs, TSD.
The Boxing! Tournament was concluded successfully, after the eight new Champions ofNATTC other divisions had bowed out with I I Tuesday Night
crowned last -- --- --------- defeat The results of the Championships -
Jax were 1. Carl Mora 117 Ibs, AF-01
nijht Tonight the Swimming Meet I Igets I! are not known, as they won by TKO from Richard Le-
underwaover at the Indoor : Disbursing FavoredTo were too late to make this edition, I I tondre, 110 ]Ibs, MAD, pccon'd
}'001, Bldg 6H Mainsiclcs and I although AvFund was a slight favorite round.
Take First PlaceIn ,
NATTC's trams have merged
2. Wallace Weirick, 120 Ibs, AFN.
making it one of the chief threat TTCenll Men fighting from Yf'owVater)] 47, won from Ted Horovitz
in the Tri-DiMrict' Tourney, al Softball Tourney i in the finals were Bob Perkins, Red 'I 118 Ibs T Diviston.
though Pensacola' is heavily favor- McDonough, Richard Beck, George
cU Seventh Eighth, and Ninth I With only four more games remaining -(i i Koehler Smith and Cochrane TAF 3. Joe Vindrie, 140 Ibs, AF-02.
Naval District will be lepresented' on their schedule' Dis- '''fielded Harry Price Turner, Bra won from Bob Butner, 140 Ibs,
This takes plate tonight and to- bursing is almost a certainty to bant, Champagne, McElrath, Wei- AF-02
morrow night. One of the highlights win the National League Intramural rick, and Draz. 4, Lee McDamels] 140 Ibs, AF-02,
of the two day meet, will bean u 4ee Softball pennant LIT and Summary' of the first two nights won from Ted Caldwell, 140
aquatic exhibition put on by I AOMB, their closest competitors', follows: Ibs, AF-02.
the Dtauville-McKadden Hotel II I have lost three games', and all DI /*- Monday :Night 5, Max Scott 155 Ibs, AF.Oa.
Swimming team of Miami whichappeared i I bursing needs is three victories in I 1. Wallace Wemck' 120 Ibs, AF- won from Bob Chase 2 )b8..
in the last meet and was four to cinch the title. This MAD
Ed. Note: The columns. AOM games 47, won from Carl Mora, 120
the crowd's favorite. i Short Shots, Sparky Chatter, and week they won games from HM Ibs. AF-01 6. Dob Gavin, 155, Ship's Co Yellow
The two stations varsity Softball "AEMB", have been incorporatedinto by 4 to 3 and AM, 11 to 3. 2, Frank Walsh' 122 lbs., AF-51. Water) lost to Floyd Rtil-
teams, NATTC and NAS are hav- the NATTCenter Newsreel to AOMB remains as the only cloudon won from Stan McElrath, 125 schneider, 148 Ibs. AF-02
ing trouble petting their three- save space for other articles the otherwise' cloudless horizonof ]Ibs, AF-02. 7, Jim Rehnberg, 145 Ibs, AF
Kamts played off, with the rain It seems our "little half-hitch" the Disbursers, who have mopped 13. \\alter Coffey, 130 ]Ibs, AF-02, 46, won from Jim Rodriguez,
and threatening weather of the Fitzgerald will have a change of up every team in the league won from Wayman Porter, 131 150 Ibs, AF-46
past few days. NAS did wallop the ,, attitude towards his companionsafter II with ease, with the exception of !Ibs, AF-02. 8. Stan McElrath 138 Ibs, AF-02,.
Air Raider Softballers Monday this coming week-end The I s I the aforementioned Ordnancemen 4. Floyd Reif chneder, 145 Jbs. won from Bob Draz 141 Ibs-
night under the lights by a 12 to 2' reason. his wife-to-be has accomplished That lone defeat ended with ascore AF-02; won from George AF-49,
verdict, behind the two hit pit'hingvf the feat of keeping trackof I of 7 to 5. Although AOMB Koehler, 145 Ibs, Yellow Wa- 9. Jimmy Mahler, 150: lbs., AF
Daryl (No-Hit Shaw. Tuesdaythe : him during his station to station i was a ser l\us threat their hopesfor ter Ship's Co. 50, won from Neil Engesser,
game was postponed, and was tour. But, perhaps, he won't be so I a race horse finish' and a pennant 5. Gabe Champagne, 147 Ibs, AF- 149 Ibs, AF-50:
scheduled to be placed last night, 'I henpecked as to take it out on us. were dashed with some cold 48, won from Bill Sedam, 147 10 Martin Lovelace, 160 Ibs, AF-
providing of ('oursethat the field I (II hear she is larger than he is). water this past week, as LIT Its, T Division. ())2, won from Tommy Bow-
was in placing condition, If NAS .5. secured with a 13 to 10 from them 6. Bill Harper, 155 Ibs, AF-02, man, 165 Ibs, AF-02\
won last night ( the account too What consolation does "Pretty Training won from AM: HD from won from Johnny Dawe, 150 11 David Sammons 159 Jb!':., AF
late for this edition I a third game Boy" Green acquire in his visits SAD; HM from MAD, and the Ibs! AF-02. 50, won from Harold Frank..
will not be necessary, NAS will "Below] the Deck"? (Could it be Bake Shop from HD, all in forfeit 7. Max Scott, 355 Iba, AF-03 fin, 158 Ibs, AF-50.
be crowned the Northern Division he is going steady and his "true- games. 12 Al Johnson, 150 lbs., AF-49.
Champions of the 7th Naval Dis- scheduled in won from Bernie Santana 15
love s' father objects? Perhapssome Only one game was %
trict Champs, but a win by the advice from the Love-Lorn the American League, and that between I eight runs, as NATTC took Cecil MAD,
:NATTC crew would call for a third would help. Could be ) TCT and TLT,.which TCT Field by a score of 9 to 6 in their
game to decide the issue, took forfeit 9 to 0.Captain's !
by third game of the series in thepreliminaries How would you like to see
The third and crucial game between "Foyi" experts, Chief Ahcki awl Trophy Point tut of of the Seventh Na- ,, your cartoon in print?
the two station baseball "Vtjqgh" Snyder are starthiny for Tuesday, July 29: val District Finals. Here's your chance Submit
squads was played last night on a manager to help publicize their Russ Hoffmeier won his second I' your cartoons to the NA TTCt'n-
Total Pta
Mason Field, too, but the resultsare Team of the three game series with
ntlf-erplanatory course m "Bvilil- 160 game ter Editorial Offices now Car-
not known at this writing. TAF Cecil Field allowing]) seven hits I
inff Txlnyt the Chief toons submitted, published or
Each: team has one victory apiece, Ahcki Way. (What's. it going to TOB MAD 111 75 and running into only occasional I otherwise will be returned to
both 4 to 3 affairs This game is cost wt, Chtef.1) trouble as Mam.OB and Company I I the owners.flOH3Y .
fur the to advance to the finals TEA 70
right helped him on his way !!
against the winner of the Key I TLT 70 .
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An item of interest is that
West-Sub Base games, to take D 31
. place here August' 5, 6 and 7. Chief DeRouse and Don O'Neal TSD 25
I are on leave Chief DeRouse madea TOA 20
During the week, the Air Raiders quiet departure, but Don almost T 10
dropped a 7 to 1 tilt to Eglin
caught a flight loaded with"Lunatics" XO 10
Field Army on the latter field,
enroute to an insane W 10
Eglin Field was helped along bj
asylum. (We are still wondering TEB fiTHK
four errors, and two home runs,
whether he caught that flight or 6 NtWS"Hobbies !
both coming off Dale Outcelt In the
a commercial job ? ?) HD 5Manco's .
Drat inning, as Outcelt was sent AEM "B" SCHOOL ,
to the showers with four runs "
cored on him, and two out. Bill SAM BENNETT, AEM3c, seemsto t for the Hobbyist
Immediate relieved him, and pitched head for the beach every liberty All Around
good ball the last 8 1-3 innings he has In case you haven't I
heard, Sam carries around a picture Athelete Tops BattersIn
of three little "cutles perched What's good about a hobby ? Mate, I'm going to let you

on top of a pier at the west' Varsity SoftballJack in on the scoop, especially you fellowsvho] have shipped
GOlFERS-fjOTICE coast playground] Give in Sammy, aboard recently and don't know much about the shop.

introduce them around We have 32 different hobbies but I to
Hey, have all you divisions got- "Wanco :Mancos, who am only going
ten your entries into Physical! holds the distinction of having held tell you about a few of them.
Another of our "GREAT FISH- down regular position on notice! You'
Training for the NATTC Intramural a every Radio bug, take
Golf Tourney? If not, you ERUEN" ia 'M CHUCK ,LONG, major sports team on the stationat have proved that you want Radio you care to do, the printing press
better get them in today The win Sic. Chuck it the tchooVt neeaen- one time or another, now ia the Why, Radio Kits are going so fast at the hobby shop is ready to do it
1Ot&d very neo shy. Bid, du regular shortstop on NATTC" that hard timekeeping
ning teams will\ gather points to- we are having a for you
ward the Captain's Trophy and to Mt I***? m leave at prttent, Softball squad them in stock But there
with the' race as tight a it to now,. tw better tune could eaut for wee- Wahoo was an All-Navy halfback are always at least six on orderat Model Railroad builders, the,
. you can't afford to waste those! tion of hit favoriate pastime on the Football team, first all times, which means that hobby hop is in ful swing on Model -
Railroads. Come to the clubmeeting
points Your golf team might make string guard on the Basketball you too, can obtain one soon and and
the difference between winning I UL (jg) PITCHER, Training team, regular shortstop and tint build: your: own real Radio. If you on the every know Wednesday getin !
and being a close second Officer, worked ao late on his radio baseman on the Baseball team, and want to build one of your own design -
Each: division is eligible enter amplifier Monday nit. that when now shortstop in Softball. Mancoe come over and consult our Model Airplane Club meeting la
a font man team made up of officers Tuesday morning rolled<< around, :h. turned in another of his amrJng instructor. Let him help you with every Thursday
and enlisted men or either just couldn't believe It to be o. fears last week) by Masting out your radio needs Remember the bent of hobbies
and this tourney will be playedover }Uo-HuniM! Barely hope his work] three home runt, two of them with If you want a letterhead on your aie at the NATTCenter }lobby
the local course on Augtm t. wa rat in ...11\. I the bases loaded, and knocking In stationery or any other printing Shop, Bklg.'414.


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Key West Will Face Winner Of Yesterday's NAS-NATTC Clash;

Captain Duckworth Will Present Trophies To The Winners A)

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By Bill Kehl. S2cA

Final Plans Being new Seventh Naval District softball champion will be
crowned this week either tomorrow
or Saturday night, when
Drafted For Boxing two of the finest nines in the District compete for the cham .

pionship tonight, tomorrow, and Saturday nights at the

M IPY 'Smoker Next FridayFinal Power Plant diamond under the arcs

0 0TllE plans were being layed this Captain.:.Herbert _S. Duckworth? Commanding: Officer of
Jax win present the Com-
week for the big boxing smoker in the second tilt
mandant's and team trophies to and was never m
which will be held at Mainslde
the winning team. The two teams, danger although Henry White
Auditorium Next Friday under the, NAS Key West, and the winner of moundsman for the Hospital, blast

auspices of the Mainslde Physical I the NAS-NATTC encounter yesterday ed out a triple in the fifth to tithe '

Training Department. I I afternoon, will meet in the ball game up. The Fliers ralliedin
A well-balanced and brilliant I i, initial final clash this evening at I the next frame and chased

eight-bout card has been arrangedfor I i,2000 under the lamps. Members of across three markers to put gameon
the many fight fans who have ( the winning team will receive gold ice.
asked that boxing smokers be staged I softballs for copping the title, and In the first tilt. Shaw fanned

at NAS Jax. The leather pushers the runners-up will be awarded silver nine men and passed eight. Crews
who are slated to see action in softballs for their showing. fanned nine men in the second

Mainside's first smoker in a year Move On To game and gave up five gratis
.{: ..... ."..... ,\>. .> 4. have been working out daily at the With the Group passes.
) winning cups go not
boxing pavilion and are determinedto
"J1UZZKU" IIAYESMSPECIALTY worked again this week- show the fight fans eight action- only lame, glory and pride for the l'lien8 Sargent t

end when the speedy NAS centerfleldor; b>RVout) two bunts in Sunday's packed bouts. I I champs, but also the right to take I annals Daryl Shaw entered softbali .
part in the group or Inter-District of fame last Wednesday
game with NATTC. In the above photo. Hayes easily beats Lt. Comdr. Anthony J. Rubino,
Softball night when he twirled no-hit
Championships which will a no-
the throw to first while NATTC first baseman Jack Mancos, gets
boxing mentor and Physical Train-
be here 12-13-14-15 run masterpiece against the ,
staged August. high
set-to throw to the plate The Fliers gained a split in their two- ing and Welfare Officer reminded
The winner of this tournamentwill Sargent Seat Cover
game series with NATTC. bowing to the Air Raiders, 4-3, on Sat- all hands that there will be several I of Jax. Shaw bested the brilliant
urday but coming back to take the visitors 4-3. in eleven innings exhibition bouts and a automatically advance to the
pro- Sargent mound ace.
All-Navy championships. Althoughthe Tommy Tay
'on Sunday.. fessional wrestling match by two,! site for the All-Navy affair lor in the seven-inning thriller
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grunt-and-groaners from Jax. One has not been named as yet it will Th Fliers gave Shaw wonderful

of the boxing exhibitions will be: be held the first week in September support during the game and pull
Biggest Crowds Of Season staged by Al Slnat>aldi, who has: offered I ed him out of the pinches three

his services to help make FJr..tTT(' yr XAS Game times with a trio of quick doubleplays. .
this smoker a big success Shaw
The Fliers ran their victory cordto eight walkfl
Witness NAS-NATTC Series --r.------- but two and
six straight wuu> Monday when I only three men flied
to the outfield all
they trounced their arch-rivals, other put-
Hy Doug (Crochet S2c I Jax Skeet Squad NATTC, 12-2, under the arcs at outs being made in the infield

Highlighted by the most startling upset of the season, i j the Power Plant diamond. This f'otl ljiirkl! Scores Lone nun i
Is 1st Again In the first of the Seventh The Fliers went scoreless until'
the traditional NAS-NATTC baseball series was still undecided game the last frame and then sent 11'rOHI4the ;

as the Jax Air News went to press yesterday. The playoff j Five-Team Shoot Naval between District the Softball two teams.Championships Closeto winning marker with two

rained out Tuesday was :slated for yesterday afternoonat 300 fans turned out although !away: Vince Podgurski stepped into

1630. For the fifth consecutive time, rain fell throughout the first two the batter's box with two down

The first same, held at :Mason Field Saturday afternoonbefore the NAS Jax skeet team coppedthe innings of play and the worked next pitch Taylor: he for stole a walk: On

500 wildly-cheering fans: five-team shoot which was held i i Blasting out 18 hits off the The catcher's second
at NAS Whiting Field last Friday. I slants of Lefty Bob Garvin, the I throw was high and
NATTC 4-3. On Sun-
was won by ,
ed in the disastrous fifth'and went into centerfield
gave The locals busted a tbtal of 474 ,' Mainsiders had little trouble in I and Pod-
record crowd the Fliers .
day, a saw up three walks, a single, and, aided gurski raced to third. He cawm
birds out of 500 to the
encounter. Shaw
reverse the score to tie up the se- a possible cop I copping Daryl I
by an error, three runs. charging home when the center-
ties. the shoot. j again took the hill for the Fliers ,
But the Fliers almost pulled it and allowed but two hits. One was' fielder let, the ball roll between
Chief D. T. Galitano led the
The winner of the series is to
out of the bag in the last of the shooting for the winners by regis- a clean hard orive down the first; him.Ed
take the winner of the Green
on ninth and whether or not the tering 97 out of 100. He was trail- base line by Jack Mancos and the I Heft led the hitting attack:
Cove Springs-Key West game for Raiders stopped their bid for victory ed by Lt. Carl West who posted a other an infield hit by Os rvin, for the evening with two hit
the championship of the Seventh is still the of the George Dyak also belted out
question 96. Miller Homer !a hit
Captain George C. and 1'odffiirs-kl
Naval District. Victor in this en- 'week.' and Shaw ,
Trailing 4-3, the Arymenhad came through with A
Lt. ( Fred E. Field resumed
counter will the Districtin jg) each tied Vince Podgurski his
represent men on second and third with I' booming: double in the second
the with 95's, and W. M. Milton, hitting streak as he blasted out a
All-Navy Championshipswhich one out. T. S. Ary tried to squeezethe frame. Dyak almost scored onShaw's
AOMlc, placed with 02. home run in the first frame to put
will be staged time in
some run in, but his bunt popped hit but a good throw t..,
the Fliers ahead. Podgurski also
Cecil Field took the
September into the air instead of hitting the runner-up j jthe plate by the center elder il'y.Il'
I collected a triple and double in
spot with a 463. Whiting, the host'
flier 4; NATTC 3 ground. Jack Mancos anticipating: i ied the Flier rally
'I his other four visits to the dish
outfit, was third with 461: Pensa- .
the play, had started to dash towards -
A NAS nine clawed and
scrappy cola fourth, with 159, and Sauffley and Frank Retrivi had a perfect
fought its way from behind, I the plate, only to see the Field,, last with a 439. night at bat when he bounced outa '
brought the game into extra innings ball bloop to his right. He dove i, single, double, and a threebagger Rowan. And Scott-
and finally won out 4-3, for the ball and it caromed off his Another five-team shoot will be in his three times at bat. I'

over the NATTC Air Raiders before glove, right into the hands of Bill staged tomorrow at the local, Shaw had little trouble on the Fight For First
Cudd. range. In this meet a team will be
Cudd turned and raced over
the season's largest crowd at hill for the Fliers as he fanned 11 I
Mason Field Sunday. The locals to third completing the double play picked to represent the commandin men, walked four and allowed but 'In Golf f TourneyThirtysix
1 scored the winning marker in the and ending the ball game. the National Skeet: Champion- ;,. one earned marker. He whiffed six I'

I last of the eleventh when NATTC But the Fliers couldn't see it that ships at Syracuse New York, next of the first seven men to face him. holes of golf will !its
week. Members :
from teams of
relief hurler Bill Cudd weakened: way claiming an infraction of the He also helped out his own cause played Saturday to determine the
Cecil Field, end Whitingwill
walking Dickie Dieudonne, Ralph rules. A heated argument arose by collecting a double and single. (! .
for the to be winner in the bracket
compete right
Christy, and "Buzzer" Hayes Try- and the umpires declared it a twin Fliers. vsaval HospitalThe championship
elected for the outfit.
ing to throw the next pitch out- killing. r i iJ Mainside Fliers had little of the "White-Hat" golf tour-

side in an attempt to thwart a The NATTC nine scored once in trouble in eliminating the Naval ney which has been in progress
squeeze play Cudd lost his grip the second inning when Stillman The late John McGraw received Hospital from the Seventh Naval for the last two weeks.
on the horsehide and sailed past reached first on and was his first money in baseball for District Softball
an error I I Championships, Rod Rowan and Erwin Scott will
the catcher, allowing Dieudonne to sent home Joe Col throwing a curve.There both and
on a single by winning encounters, 15-3 battle it out over the station fair
aeore the winning run.
lins. They added their other three 71.
ways. Rowan advanced to the finals
The Air Raiders had jumped off runs in the fifth. I is (a 3011 i-pro baseball)i* Daryl Shaw and Henry Crews by upsetting the medalist of

:. lo an early lead in the first inning The Fliers got one in the fourth team in Virginia/ matii wp of nnie' scared the pitching chores for the the tournament, Ed Livingston,

when McNay singled to start the when Burge reached first on an I brothrrn Th, 'if Christian namnall winners with both turning in goodperiurmani 21. Scott moved to the finals by
game, stole second, and came home begin; kith th Irtft i' "B"f'/'" an- es Shaw won the first
error, went to third on a fielder'schoice defeating R. T. Allor, 3-2, in OM
on Doerrler's safety. Duke LaHul- I Ottlt I biolhB'U", /, < lint eiuinter and but two
and then stole home And gave; up of the best-played matches 10 fir
tier! doubled, and then Jack Man- then in the eighth, T. S. Ary singled hi > ( 'r-u', j>,t, ,. up 'Milv lour hits in the tourney.
cos :singled to center scoring DoerrIeI' boyMOUND
went to second on a wild W, A. Pippin copped the crown
and LaHullier. ,
.. pitch: and scored on an error. ACES I in the first flight by defeating D

Mike Mirankovioh of the Raid- In the ninth Bert Beebe walked l : E Smith one up, in the final let

era held the locals until the fifth Guyton reached first on an earn i. ,' Pippin will be awarded a prize foi
when Hayes singled and Bud Curge and Woolbright walked loading a* ,'1)ppil1 the first flight bracket

t blasted a long triple to right. And the bases. Allen dropped a porun! t and tiiMith:; will also receive ona for

then, in the home half of the bunt down the third base Inning ", .,i VI hung runner-up, according to word
eighth, Dick Allen and T. S. Ary Beebe and setting the stag'for > r t-"ren' .ed from Bill Gibbs who M mi .

singled. The Fliers worked a dou- the double play: that en"!,"! 'h, 'i>1 n>f> lit the tournament.
ble steal and Bill Crane slapped a game .
line drive to left center, tying up
the ball game and shelling Miran- Her* \\hitlng; I'iHd I .-1..t'I'1. i 'luct on 10 June tv/fl/ ini
i kovich from the box. I Almost forgotten over the lip t :- r /i,. ('> tr handicap, a triple dcart

In the ninth, the Raiders finally week-end was the Flier 1-1 \'u t-irv r .,1 "< O.> run and one of the hoisc

got to Jack Seidwitz and put men over Whiting Field at Mason Field + '(I ",. 1/1'/ "It'aif a Bit."

on first and second with only one last week. Ace Woolbright wino 1 -_ .

out. "Ace" Woolbright, fireman of the distance for the local, giving f ,

the Flier mound staff, took over up but five hits, walking only: on Softball
the NAS hurling duties. Wool- man and fanning three In addition !

bright forced the next two men to he singled in the big r-isj-hth ,. STANDINGS

pop up., inning. : : -
Cudd and Woolbright got out of The Fliers scored once in t tilt.i .
,the tenth frame without much fourth inning when Bud Burge'
trouble, but in the eleventh things slapped a long double, anJ'al\ \ i NATION. UUGUC

broke loose In the NATTC ,haltS Hages came through with < t Mmendous t',.- r.>.m W,,, "It"I
J ,
.: of the : M.,6h I_ DlVI.KHI, ,1
final But
S inning McNay and triple to left cent I ,
[I'D ('i lul 1 s \1\
I Panek singled only to see Wool- the visitors tied it up in thtn Faa [f / OivmumM t u,I
,I bright bear down and retire the enth when Reyes singled, ',.1''lIt ',. l! \S IMIhl.lo' 1 1),1". |i" I
side. second on a passed ball, and om<_> N A It'I'll I
j And in the last of the eleventh all the way around on Ralph Chl'ldI I / Unit, I

Cudd blew up allowing the winning ty's error. ,. 1MYb rt J 11 HaH, l

.marker to cross the plate But in the eighth, the Fliers __-"----"... -.. "."""'w'm'. '., "".... =.$" '_"" ''....., s.." .,..,""".."' -oWW,'''''..''''..,........ I'hoit\3 Oonrtin DtvtaioiiKm It e I I .
," N A no. 4; Filer 3: scored three runs and sewed up the THESE 'ffWO MEN liavo been carrying th<- brunt! >it n\> pitching 4MtnK' L8At.lljo' ./
A vastly underrated NATTC Air victory Ary led off with a single chores foe! I he WA.3 Flier Softball MLIK this *?,v*>n ,-\lId'h| < lies
M ,.. ,
Raidor nine pulled off the upset of followed by Woolbright'a base hit. been turning in top-iiolcli performances Darly Shaw 1 K-tt. and Liu ream Mamie, W i tu I( "

the year on Saturday when they Both runners advanced on a pass- Chaciwi, right, have been chucking nightly for the Fhot'H: and VO-ATU }te. 0 I ''tMainxkle
'1\ pinned a 4.3 defeat on the NAS ed ball and then Ary scored on during the ,Seventh Naval District Softball Chdnipionslupa 'they are roronlI I

Fliers. Big Bill Cudd speed bailer an infield out And -when the first slated to take part in the aub-district softball .meet at Ocala next Ouoral-k-nn A< l'OriOltftl'1 '

from NATTC ,went the distance baseman threw wild, Woolbright Monday with Rome of the finest softball nines of the state Shaw t"P tdt '

,. for tho visitors, giving up only scored Bud Burgs topped it all off recently! threw a no-hit, no-run encounter against ono of the top 1,'"iertki,, I

five hits. On the other hand, Johnny with a long round tripper, his first nines in the City League In Jax, and Chadwiclc has 'been directing the VA Wvwlllonnttet ATU t Ho 4 II I

r Sh'ffl''li-l NAS hnrlrr wit'cnL \ if (thr> V"r)1' team from thf ,qidcllnpfl wlll'lIH'I1'\ in" mound notion Put, achttl" ),(aft (ti


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