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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1947
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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FOURTH i' FOURTH
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EDITION '-' n (\ .,. EDITION



Vol. 4-No. 52 27 March 1947


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

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U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

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:1' Air News Marls 4th Anniversary


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: Ship's Service Plans Huge Pre-Easter Sale Next Week



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Prices SlashedOn AIR NEWS__ _.RATES.. ..__..N HASH-MARK..._.__ .._ NOW_ +. ,'" __.'"'''_ Paper Is Four
1Mar wrer+rh R t


Hundreds Of Years Old On



Major Articles '. 1 April 1947Serves


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. '.. Many Bargains Are ; Military And

Offered Customers Civilian Personnel

By Unusual EventMainside if'r rt In War And Peace



: [ Ship's Service Uy. Arthur !M. Greene; !

completed plans yesterday for Editor

a mammoth week-long, piv-
!\ Four > ears ago on 1 April
H Easter sale which is
sched-
e I 11U3) : the first edition of the.lAX
uled to get underway at ())83oMonday. : M .
AIU NEWS was distributed

; at NAS Jacksonville A

'Hundreds of articles, ranging; pi-uduct of the personnel of
from $250 watches to 50-cent jigsaw -
the Public Relations Office it
puzzles will be placed on :sale:
tit prices reduced as much as two- > u j p p 1 anted a commercial

thirds. weekly (supported by advertising -
In order that all\ hands will have e revenue.
an equal opportunity of availing
j)' It was a new innovation here--
themselves of the tremendous bargains -
which will be offered, the a paper not only for the station
,
Ship's Service department is drawing I /- .. personnel, but BY station psr-
.-..onneland it was a success from
the
up a complete listing of ,, .o.
items included in the sale. This catalogue the moment it appeared.

will be mimeographed and it Much has happened since that

distributed to each activity at + a mst issue four years ago. Then
NAS. Sufficient copies will be the country was up to its neck in
mach so that everyone on board a global war and the station was
will have one to look over pi lot .OM1. '>' swarming with men and teemingwith
to the start of the gale, 'j activity. Now that peak has
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In discussing plans for the bip: leveled off and NAS Jax pursuesits !

i event, Lt. E C White Ship's S'-rv- peacetime role of training avi
ice officer, emphasized the fan I o ators on a less hectic schedule
this once-in litetime 1 But the character, aims, and
that is a -a- s. s a 6 + purpose
chance to buy valuable men'hanI I Ir [ t a I of the paper remain virtually -

disc at tremendous caving-. unchanged -- to provide alt
hands with all the
"The sale is being made pos information
that can be gathered about activities
aible, he said, "because Ship'sService
plans to reduce the num here, to keep them posted on

ber of brands carried in stock so ., the latest developments within
that a more complete assortment the naval establishment and to
may be carried within the brand help make their duty at this station

,. lines retained. In carrying out thu. '+ p b"0. Q l A i ia ia P t more pleasant.The .
+a4 a. JAX AIR NEWS has had
reduction, Ship's Service prefers to
pass on the savings to its regular I its ups and downs during the past
customers rather than dispose of'' r. ; ; ,. tour years, but never missed a
these articles through outside I j r M scheduled issue. At one time nearly
wholesalers." I all of the staff were experienced

: I seasoned newsmen, althoughhardh'
.. Indicative of the bargitui whieh
t in sufficient number for the
personnel will find at the mer- I
Jy job of getting out a weekly
, < I paper
; chandise store next week are the ,
f since they were equally busy with
following items picked at random I II < ,,, Public Information duties. .
I I
from the
inventory: r IR ef Today, with all these former
/ Old New back at their civilian
Trie newspapermen
Article Trie f
NUCHH truck" .." ", ". ,. .* 3.00 S 1 '.*'. occupations the staff is made
Stuff*:! rvbbiU .. .. .9 4.H 1 !1.\t'\ .. up of high school graduates with
VVutch band (olid gold) S41.20; is-, !9. ,1 little or no professional reportorial
t ,ronouiMi'h: watch (men') $11 I .3 IJ''n> n" < xperience. Under the guidance of
j the editor, a newspaperman since
l r'\wfm'd Inpol watchIndies i
( ) . . . .JIl-M* l.i'o" 1934, who came to the paper as a
.\II'I.tor. puma .,. ... .|4VOU t--> onSf i h serviceman the year after its organization
r. silver. cundlratuk* $ 8,50, $40.onHr.v these writers are givIng -
/ .,,,' irlovr- ..SJOJI/ u fit q', ; JAX AIR NEWS readers just
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l. |, HS complete coverage of activities
'IO,!:- here as is humanly possible.

; RepresentativesAsked ,- 'i-I l.,,' ( In the early days, each printing
( ran to about 7,500 copies of an

To Turn In M '!' ., ) '* .- eight-page paper. But in January
l : 1944 the NATTC
The
a a \ r publication
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.j? Red Cross 1 arl Sleeve, was suspended and merged i
Reports j > I with the Air News. Since activity

: i 1 f All departmental Red Cross rep ,I was so great eight pages were
found to be inadequate, and on 2:
resentatives:: have been directed by ,,
June 1941 the first JAX
.l Chaplain Robert J. Baird, executive I 12-page
chairman of the campaign at'' AIR NEWS appeared. With the
in their and I expansion, NATTC acquired three
HAS, to turn reports I
and for the first time two
pages .
!
the funds collected in their respeeJ
tive activities to the Field Direc pages of civilian news were in- '
eluded.
tor's office in Bldg. 39 today.
I I As demobilization cut down the
The drive does not officially close ; I number of personnel stationed

until Monday 31 March, and coii-' here, it was decided to cut the pa-
tributions will be accepted until ,, s. back to its former
t3taw++yiM""r' t" .av.+Yfiex.arne. ,, < per eight-page
then However, the reports are desired '" """ : 'v1S""' > w.
size However, with interest in the
I that the Field Di- ;
today so j
I paper increasing every day, the
rector will be able to a
prepare
I Air News is crowded each week
preliminary report for submissionto and must leave out many stories
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area headquarters in Atlanta. nOl NDING Ol'T l-'Ot'H YKAKS of service to the personnel of this station and other noaiby, : natal I and articles for lack of apace It

During the past week the follow- activities;, the J.\\ AIR NEWS took time out last Friday to celebrate its anniversary. Highlight of the funds can be found, it may be possible

per ing activities cent list:were added to the 100 observance was :a ceremonial cake-cutting in the Air News office Bldg 930. The cake was later shared once again size. to increase thepublication's

informal noon-tune party, In the top photo, Lt. Comdr. Anthony J.
with department reporters at an
1. VA ATU No. 4 Iliinsnr No. 11'- From the beginning, the paper
P.2.L.Inspection Hominy 1I"11t.Much.- L.Military CJ. ,McAIUler I\JI.OO\ < Rubmo,, officer-in-charge of the Physical Training and Welfare Department, prepares to cut the big has been printed commercially[ ,

Lt. OK>" Milit"I)'. $.I.3H. birthday cake as Arthur M. Greene, editor, looks. on. ({Center photo) The staff poses for its putt) ait since station printing facilities

ilians.3. Supply|l 81.88.Dept. _K. M. McDuffie. fir prior to the cake-cutting ceremony. (Bottom photo) A close-up of the huge cake which was turnedout were< inadequate to handle a pub-

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} :: S I YOU CA1TT WIN By Hough I i

) I Hospital Chatter I' j "d-. .

Editorial Office' By CIIUDOKA A WHITE lam -" .
South Wing Lower Deck, Bldg. 930 / '
Telephone Extension 8184 The dinner dance scheduled for April 4th is being '=.......,.Ar(
Arthur M. Greene, Editor postponed until a later date owing to the impossibility sefe.ear ,

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the of procuring the entertainment, dinner e_
etc. This notice is just to give the word
you BO
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Florida, at no s 1l
that you will keep the ball
rolling and get your
expense to the government and in compliance with
SecNav Circular Letter 45-526, 28 May 1945. Copies i reservations. It will be the biggest time most of F.'Everything's .
are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air you hospital corpsmen have had in Jacksonville so
stick with it. When have o Xi- \ -=
you time off why not -
Station the Naval Air Technical Training Center
drop down to the i\\ > SSi
Commissary Dept. .and make \
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the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training c '
"il i
plans with Chief Pharmacist
Command, Headquarters of the Seventh Naval Mate .Brown. I ot-3 VVua1Js *
District, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field --x-
the-Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval The corpsmen find it hard to get used to their w
Ho pitaL new living quarters. Much more room is to be I

B.*r Admiral Ralph Da v,a...n.CwuaMluBt had and it's quite easy to keep ('Jean.'e thank the
tierrath Naval Di.trWt WAVES for keeping it in such good condition
Owf .f Naval -Air Advanced Ivelalaa hoping it will stay that way.

Cap..l. Anthony'n. Brad*. USN, Commanding --x-
J ck Naval Air Station In spite of the bad weather, there have been
several large turnouts for Softball practice and
CpU.a Hvward V. HofkiBt, UsN C--.MID.
Naval Air Technical raining Center things! are looking well. The only position left thatis
wide open is first base: Does anyone feel lucky
CWala Robert at. Naval MC), USN. C<*MMB...iM It is hoped that a game can be arranged with some
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t. S. HoeptlaJ
Dept. from Mainside for Sunday afternoon.

Ct>Uin F. W. PriMtman, USNR. Corona nding -x-
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Pretty girls and beautiful musi-that's a combination -

Lt. Col. T. C. Moore, Jr.. USMC. C. nmaiM)>n which would be hard to beat. And that's
Maria Barraeat what you'll see and hear in the Rec Hall on Sunday

afternoon 30 March, when the Lee High School
c..1ulea F. Sthum: ch.r, USN c.-.alHlln.) Glee Club .
Naval Air OaniMrry Rana.C..ndr. pays the hospital a visit. This is one youwon't
want to miss, so remember the day and time.x .
; FrvfWtrk J. IIru.". USN. tt-nmanding -- -

Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field And speaking of good music, do you know about .6 1 -" .

Caut. Alviamkr M. Harn, VSWC the new classical recording room now open? If
getting rally. around here. Even the ...taUonJl&pt'r' I
Marine Aviation Detachment: I you'd like to settle down with an album of your *'
.
hauthmark !
got a now
; ; favorite melodies and really listen in and
Ta JAX AIR NEWS receive Ship'. Editorial Aaaoclation aaateriL peace -
Republication of credited matter prohibited solitude, this is your chance. Key and album must ,
e.mi."IOft of SEA. Waahmgton 26, U. C. fit-publication of &.II be checked out from Red Cross Recreation office.x .
.the, matter, except by service, publication, I.I prohibited'j II Commercial
withmtt permiaaion of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.
Tonight is informal
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I This time the gathering is titled "Hospital Hop '; Bulletin

I There'll be good records and pretty girls so we

suggest that you hop skip, or jump on over and
let ;yourself in on the fun. Bulletin uill be at-repUtl until

--x- spm-r ha been filled but no 'later"
The Red Cross staff got a big thrill last Sunday than 1000 Tue da>. Ext 8230.
TNews anclVieuss f IOa&Qt t\ when an ex-patient, Billy Chichester of Jax Beach,
J. F. 1'IitLE1'A' <.'MM
presented them with the biggest! orchid this side By FOR SALE
of--well, about the biggest and prettiest of Former president! W F. Merrick
any ItMO Olditmobile five- ..
>ai club
| enirer rouiw.
them had ever seen It was worn all week long, and was honored at the Saturday night Lily, nw mode and out: in storage
caused many an admiring comment. dance for the great job he did while owner waa' overseas CU ext. 263.
-1t. while at the helm of the CPO I or i-hont 7.1121:1.:
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A CALL FOR GREATER; DEVOTIONTO Club. Chief F. G. Saba, the pres- Studio couch't platform rocker, coffee table,
end table, table lamp, and 3-l'trt ct tdikhe <
nODWith ident: read a letter of ap- ., never "..-d. Mr. larker, 1433A.
; Y preciation and presented Chief Child M., NAS
Holy Week, a deep devotional periodin Merrick with a 17 jewel gold Btimier jack. 1SJ5A Rantloh.b| St., NAS.

the Christian Church, being ushered i in : pocket watch and chain. Needless Two E. i.white, lJoo', h.cadet uniform Length 51"

Sunday, it is fitting that we should hearken to say, Merrick was mighty touched wait 29". coat aiM 97. Phone 2-4S.J8.

to the call for greater devotion to God. : I estimation by the whole it couldn't thingbut have in happened our Furniture Bartholf.for three room, all motihiiiguite
including drape, kitchen curtain,
This age, rapidly becoming known as the to a grander guy. kitchen utrnaila, diuhe, runt and other

Atomic Age, makes it necessary for men to The club is inaugurating a new houM-hold nreessities. AIM baby cribsalmsttre.
ny MAKTIIA GI..on'lt .., three month old Will ..,,11
walk closer to their Lord and Saviour, if we policy for the weekly movies whichare suites separately or tovetaer.' On* year

are to survive. We have been told again and Spring-and thoughts turn to home and getting now scheduled for Mondaysas old and in very Rood condition. I4I7A
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Child St.. NAb. gphotna{ V lx .
*
well ">|[
again that "the only defense against the there. This week's crystal ball finds Fran Free in as Thursdays. Instead of Table radio and record player bat.! 363.or ,
Alabama where she may have grits each morning I the usual shorts, we are attempting hon.2.1557. Lt. (Jill Smith.
Atomic Bomb lies in the hearts of men, ; the rest of the day is none of our business to present a full-length fea- Three-bedrouen bungalow with ..rsrn.dporch

and\ the only way our hearts can be right is Senator Peacock, no doubt, is stepping off I ture for each show. Tonight the a half, lot mile approximately front NAS.Its. t7.Ki lilt. one.' Ullt and

to-- keep close to God, allowing)) His great ]love cotton fields in Oklahoma Skipper Edge stopped picture is "Come Live With Me," Blount Ave Lt. T. J. limley. ext. 511'0.'
lives. by the windy city to see last year's coach I featuring James Stewart and Viaihinir machine ttO Excellent condition.Z717 .
our
permeate : Lakeihor
and by now should be waltzing around Missouri Hedy Lamarr. We had a fine movie Three. Blvd.
Dr. Morgan, a ranking nuclear physicistat Rena Derfuss is paying visit to I last Thursday_ teen. "TVi Vlali- I .......;...MII..complete. ..._.. .roum_01_.'__.. of" _._.furniture 1._.._ ______._. ._i u>luaUSO __
a N. Y. I '"' 'I '''
made the WY___.__ "n _.__ __ __ ,._ ___ ... Ape.wiih1, liamdi; ; and I 31255-l.wcy Park-
Oak Ridge, Tennessee, following narnri rriMiuvr anu pi&ry uean >>'oou are looking Annex TillmHn.
statement which should cause us to give deep in on our good neighbors in San Juan. Susan Hayward Fryer Alvi. and pullets J'hone : -474Z. Nub

thought about this present age : "The StoneAge Oh! my aching back dept. It's amazing Bingo is now played twice weekly I lU-piece h-piece mutrhed waterfall, mm.' I*; living room suite.1i. ,
design bed
room '''It.o
how muscles softball brings into use. Ask also The days are Tuesdayand .
lasted 100,000 years, the Iron age spanned many 6-i'iec light oak dining room mole,
the kids who've been turning out for a little "mildlpainful" y Friday with the time remaining dr.h... ironing bu rd. U3lB Irwin St.,
1,000 years, the Machine Age has been exercise. Jennie Payne so fad thinks unchanged. lwey Park. J. Hartnett

with us 100 years." Then cryptically he put it's leap frog and doubles up over third base when This Sunday marks the begin Baby bnby earring bawiinetu* with, with waterproof walerproif mattress fimttreM -,

the question, "Will the Atomic Age last only anyone gets near Messer gave Kennison the ning of Sunday evening dancing and folding tand. Both like new
head in-rlbs routine also. Laddie at the club C. P. Young, 1230: Cumberland 1 Kit
third from
on was
1600
to
10? If three We have 2200.
Motorola
so, years are gone. car radio with five ouch button. fI
left.: if the indifference on the wrong end of one of Pete LeVere'a "atom Dinner and dance music will te bxcrllent conditionKxt., 13t, MIM Holm.
seven Surely, present balls" and took a nap. You can't even stay in the furnished by the NATTCate. i Cl'U blue uniform with ordnance rate and
of toward spiritual things continues two hash murk. $35. Past, size.
man } barracks and be entirely safe. Winnie Jones toed- the i 11-31.
By chiefs'
way turn your rota use 37. Chief ROM, eat 7U.
we might only} have seven years left. up a splinter from top-side east deck and is in names in to the manager for the 11-ncr farm with good houiie. 2'1.1.....k.
.. Let us not deceive ourselves into think- sick-bay, soon to be on crutches. So don't think it's coming bowling tourney.CHILDREN'S 'I' payment from bus line Phone Will' ...11|| for cash ui tone
the Chinaman on the cobble stones if you hear a 1(160.
ing that we are the only people who have the Iotible bed and mattress almost new };>0.
hobble-hobble. Our "beamin' screamin'
seaman, St>04B Norman M., iKrwey Park
secret to the Atomic Bomb, or if we still hold Neon Jones, is wild about the Florida sunshine. I 18S Buick. sedan. Good condition ti",,l
that position, that we shall forever remain Ann Elden bowled 198 which is tops for womenat i; SWIM tire. (Rd... h.. NAS.R. H. Welch 1HI7B Allegheny

the only custodian of this secret. We can Mainside bowling alleys. CLASSES WILL lt. 6 Hiiirlc sedan, fair condition C .h. I).
A day at the races (human) spent by our blush- BE 5. lf.ldwln> Uk,. 67. PIHf- 615 or xlr'
rest assured that others will find the secret ye..
I hanger 622.
Rucker Lehman
ing foursome, Lindgren and App
if they have not already done so. Thus, it caused the deposits of Georgia clay in the showers RESUMED SATURDAYChildren's FOIl RENT

means that if we are to preserve this world, Glad to see Miss Sweat, Ellen Jurd and Fern ,
we must as Dr. Morgan further states "de- Holmquest are at last out of sick-bay. Billie Stuart swimming classes will Bedrnt.m with adjoining bath, for couple
should be be resumed this Saturday and will 2631 IMIwood Ave. phone 7-S028, Mrs
soon. vVilkinnon. .
velop a spirit of Christian neighborliness: A bit of corn-if we may. After all, we "seed'er." be conducted each Saturday morn- I Double bnlrmmi with, twin beds. Will rent
And this can only be done by a greater devotion "The Sea of Grass" caused Margie Glassto ing from 1000 to 1100 until the room or khare hou... 4647 I'.t St. Phon

to God on the part of all peoples, and miss her weekly phone call; classes are moved to the outdoor Double 2-16K2.room Mr.for Gro couple.*. All electric kitchen

the place to start is right here in our own When it did come thru the way she flew, pools it was announced this week I privileges, hIt water, and garaxf IUWk'
resembled a Navy Fireball. At present, the classes" will be held her 16<" H..millon, bu Phon. *-
country in our own Navy and the time is 4224
Grace Standard, CSpS), who came here sometime in the NAS NATTC swimming
now ago from Hutch is visiting here now after pool in Building 614. I LOST

Chaplain E. W. Andrews. pulling duty at Miami and Norfolk, her present There will be two classes one
station. for boys and the other for girls. Boy'g buytle. 1440A Chil.ln St. NAS.
Gene Chrisholm, former WAVE stationed here, They are open to the children of Army Army identification fodder Hal |,iotore.Sand

SPECIAL LENTEN SERVICES will be married in St. Edward's Chapel at 0900 Saturday enlisted personnel and officers Mr. M-n.l..ll identification, ext 433 If found, call

HOLYVEEK AT ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL 19 April. alike, either of NAS or NATTC '
A note to all interested in spelling beet Classes are under the direction of \\ ANTKI1Uiifurnikhed
MIDDAY MEDITATIONS 1200 TO 1230
There will be a station tryout soon to decide who the Physical Training Department
Monday, 31 March-Chaplain W. R. Stevenson will represent NAS Jaj in town. Wanna know and Lt. Paul King, who is in couple with five sly 01 year*ix oM room girl kouM Near for or

presiding. Sermon : "Jesus In The more f See Barb Wriy/if. charge of swimming.- ttJ.available, v\,-_ Temple" ; Scripture : Mark 11:11-18 ; This week-end family wash service sure burnedup 101
the machines as well as those of us who would
Solo : "I Walked Today When Jesu also like to twirl our duds in the suds. MAINSIDE MOVIE

Walked", Alan II. Barnes, Y3c. Please Hazel, don't scare our poor little MAA 27 1'Iarc'h-Urw.hf'r f

Tuesday, 1 April-Chaplain E. W. Andrews, that way. They're hard to find now even if Mm 28 Mar)h> Dance Doubloon., Air' KlatLonItand.
.- presiding ; Sermon : "Christ Prays For Brooke is helping out until she gets discharged .

Us" ; Scripture : John 17 ; Solo] : "Lord, Reason we're standing security watches now is that 29 l\larc'h-Slnhad The Sailor.' At the Station Ch pU. Birmingham
Road
Hunter
Empty Lue and Mike After (did we get and Muslin Avinu
SO l\Iar'h-Sinl
; Let Me Live Today", Robert S. Smith, that right ?) arc going into the wide, cold world 31''l\lar'h-I'ur>lut'd.ad The Sailor. Protestant

I Sic. From those of us who didn't say "so-long" personally 1 April-Th,> Ua/or'N }:dKf\\. 0730 E.-Holy W An Communion<:lrtw.. Chaplain .

i Wednesday, 2 April-Chaplain W. R. Bryant, here's wishing you a happy ship and crew 2 April-Tin- ltjw.<>r'H };dKt'. 0930 NAPTC Srvit Chaplain l E W.
{ throughout your new and (we hope) last cruises.. Andrews.0930Sunlay.
3 April-The I'nxx> -
1 presiding; Sermon : "The Challenge" ; -- --- -- -- --- --- ------ --- + c-el Guest, School Small Chapel.

Scripture: Matthew 20:22: ; Solo: "In presiding ; Sermon : "The Scars Of The JUNIOR OFFICERS 1045 Chaplain- llivm Strvicn-Chni W. K. SUvmiMm. F. L

< The Garden", Kenneth M. Hamrick S2c. Cross" ; Scripture : John 20:24-30: ; Solo: AlU-rt.

r. Maundy Thursday, 3 April-Chaplain] II. F.t' "The Old Hugged Cross", John A. Span- 27 28 1\lar'lt-\m.u.h 1\lart'lt-tomaloh+; lip 0700- -Mutt.O'JOO Ca th..lI.

Menges presiding ; Sermon : "The Meaning ley, SClc. 29 J\1ar'l--The Unexpected lip GUf'N1 1100--Maaa.Maaa.

r 1 of the Supper" ; Scripture : I Cor. ANOTHER EASTER DAWNSAn 30 l\lar'h-lJndf'rc'ou'r) Maisle. An Outdoor Nurarry for small chil

I 11 ::23-34 ; Solo; "In Remembrance Of I Easter Sunrise Service will be held 51 March-N1nba,1 The NaUur. dren and 1200.JtwUh U maintained. between 0900

, Me"; John A, Spanley SClc on the shore of Casa Linda Lake, near the 2 1 April-ISinlMMl The. Sailor Kliion ...". ...and

.. Good Friday, 4 April-Chaplain J. F. Ilagen, I Chapel, at 0012 on G April. S April 1Ill-lourfluf-The Razor's Edge. 1830 Friday FclUwahlp in the small Hunt Chaps-i,l.



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27 March 1947 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Paaa Thre

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A R : fly MARY RODGFJttt:
___Engine_.Overhaul-by Carl w. = The question has arisen as to the
.-Iay..r-weu, at last, Charlie Martin lithe t cause of Pete Capps' half day illness -
has that new Oldsmobile he Gyro Shop from the Personnel L: Could. it be: the second slice
lias been talking about for the Division. During the war Chief of that cake or because he missed
past year. What's more Charlie McLean was stationed at NAS the first one?
paid cash for it, too. How did you Kane6he Bay. Hawaii. Now Sadie Britts in P. W. Personnel -
get past March 15th with that Callie Tillman Hearn who worked ) has baked a cake for I the
much dough, Charles? in pressure instruments for gang a four-layer devil's food
t Speaking of twins Sally Ruby, three years during the war has re- I Ii i with chocolate icing, no less. Pete
Shop 1352, became the grandmother turned to the Gyro Shop. Glad d 1 v s was right there with bells on and
of twins for the second time, you're back with us, Callie i reported that it was delicious. The
last week. Her daughterinlawgave The Landing Gear section of the r boys are now trying to talk Florence -
birth to twin girls at St. Accessories Division is determinedto r Brown into baking one, but
Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. Ruby's do its share to help put A fc R, c she says she's waiting to see her
daughter is the mother of twin NAS .Jax, on top among the Navy R efficiency rating. Aren't we all?
girls, ten years of age. Her sister A & R departments in the country. Eleanor Womeldurf is kept busyat
in the mother of twins and her And so Landing Gear, Shop 727 the typewriter these days. She
aunt is the mother of twins. However got into high gear by putting in works at the Power Plant office in
I it is expected that this record two extra hours for two and a half i he mornings, and the File Room
i d will pale into oblivion within weeks. in I the afternoons. It's rumored by
\ tHe next: two weeks, during which Garner D. Harris has transferred X$2ijAi those who recognize the coming of
time this writer expects to become to the Propeller Shop. Yes, spring that this has some connec-
the father of triplets at least. Garner, your obedient reporter is tion with Dub Faglie's happy expression
Engine Overhaul's one man going to miss that little doughnutdeal. every afternoon lately.
jeering section, Francis (Loudmouth His desk is in the file room, too.
) Bell, has been strangely Maybe it's because N of the warmer i I Joe Sistrunk is applying for
silent for several days now. Can it weather that Robert Thorne decided I transfer to NAS Guantananto Bay,

j _. be that your team is losing all thew tr nlOV@-_ tn__ _South__... _.r._"n.lra/Mi.. .. Cuba, but Henry Melzer has up a
volleyball games, B. W.i I bet that he'll never go because they
Short Stories Jimmy Work ville.We are glad to have Bob Thompson I don't have dog racing there. Joe
man murdering "September Song" working with us now. Bob, we is another one of our ardent racing
b >fore-a large audience in the E. O. hope you'll like our little shop and' n fans- -a thing this department is
; Planning office last week; First its crew. blessed with. *
Aid Nurse! eyeing Frank Blanton We are very sorry to report that I' Betty Johnson and Juanita Wise
suspiciously as he swayed uncer- Brooker of the Electric Shop is have some of those new-fangleft
tainly on the stairway; Charlie In the hospital. We .all hope you'llbe I glassesyou know, the .ones with
Hart greeting the first day of well and back with us .soon, I z I 'j'- : red, blue, green, brown and -whito-:
spring in his overcoat; Snake Su- Brooker. checked rims. It is said that they're
ner returning from 30-day leave Paul La Patra is back from his j attempting to achieve that glamorous
with spring in his heart and womenon trip to New York. Wonder if that IN A:>'U W. ";K OFf reporters in the various station de- I look!
his mind; Margaret Ward declaring bad snowstorm delayed or speeded partments bring you the news about the civilian employees. These Speaking of Juanita, we just
that Eddy Duchin is amore his return to sunny Florida ? reporters give their time and effort without compensation so that learned that she's leaving newt:
accomplished pianist than Everybody says it's good to see you will know what your fellow employees are doing. In the group week for Baltimore where she wift
Carmen Cavallaroa a poiqt with our shop news in the paper again. photo above are the A&R reporters. Standing left to right, they are spend a c< pole of weeks Upon bee
which we emphatically disagree Come on, folks, how about some Bob Cook, Accessories Division; Bobby Meredith Metals-Machines & return to Jax, she will work a
Metal Division", by Hobby snapp *personal items? Structures Division; Frances Poe Interim Overhaul; Carl W. Player. short time before the big event
It's a boy for the L L. Slower Engineering; Division-By Fred Engine Overhaul: Wynona Spurlock. Administration and Personnel; The boys who know say that the
*, born March 20th Mr. West, K. Clyne -Jim Sawyer just got Walter Riviera Plant Division; seated, left to right, Mattie Wood, greyhounds at the dog track watch
Qtmn. Metal Dlv., has been out back from a trip to Miami last Planning Division and Fred Clyne, Engineering Chief A&R Reporters Jeff more than they do the mechanical
sick for a couple of weeks. week-end. Charlie Phillips spent ; Dot Dickson Personnel and Administration, and Margaret rabbit. Jeff holds up his
This is the first chance we have his week-end there, also* Neitherone :Martin, Assembly Division. Bottom left to right are Helen Burnette daily double tickets and the dogs
had to welcome the supervisors in saw the other there. Wonder if Inspection; Mary Rodgers, Public Works; Clara Speer. Supply; and come in in the order he has picked
Shops 477 and 432, Mr. Adams thy were on their second honey- Michael Cascone of Employee Services who has charge of civilian 'em. They do this for Jeff because
and Mr. Danforth changed shops, moon? news. Hartley Steeves of Supply, not shown in the above photos. he spends so much time in the dog-
and we hope they like their new On this transportation situationwe contributes the weekly cartoon "It's a Tough Life." house that they consider him a
ones. have a person in engineering --- --- kindred spirit.
Planning Division by MattleB. who really rates. LaFalise and Bob Andy, "Brown Eyes," and
Wdwnl-Jane Parcell! was miss- Chambers went to Atlanta a coupleof r Efficiency Ratings I Joe are leaving Transportationaround
ed very much last week from the weeks ago and returned with a Must Be DiscussedAll SUPPLY' the first of April for Great
Statistical Section while out on 1947 Chevrolet. Wonder who they Lakes where they will attend
sick leave. Jane, we are glad to know? official efficiency rating* school. Wonder how all these little
see you back. If you noticed a smile on Earl aligned employees of NAS I II SALLIES girls are gonna live without them,
Loyce Ferguson, "Fergie" to us, Pardue's face lately it's probably I must be discussed with the employee especially Lou. I
was in quite a dither last week because he had enough left after I by the rating official at | From all accounts, there are two
when the Statistical Section had the dog races to buy a cup of cof 1 the time of assignment!'!' at the men in this department who needto
visitors from Washington. Mr. Na- fee. Do you think you'll ever win :i rating, under the terms of an Industrial ; be examined by a psychiatrist.
zal just couldn't seem to get all Earl Relation Department( By CLARA. SI't t R. They were up before dawn last
the orders and memos he needed. Last week nothing was mention Order issued this week. '! Saturday, wading in water up t.a
It was", also pointed out in the MYSTERY ON THIRD DECK: their waists to minnows
What would Mr. Nazal do without ed about the Red Cross, but En- get andthen
secretary like Fergie ? gineering made a good showing. order that the employees will A certain supervisor returned to they fished in the rain all day!
be to endorse the efficiency her desk one day about a month When asked
required !' how
Paul many they
Fred Wood and others of the Carman had to take a va- I
and found in the center of her
Aircraft Schedule Unit are cer- cation last week. They say it's be- I rating forms after discussion ago caught, one of them replied, "Wedidn't
of their with the desk the following note: "Have
rating count 'em. I didn't
tainly glad to have a stenographerfor cause he was trying to find a short mind
rating o 'lal. tried so hard not to say anything : catching them in the but
the section. Marie McCartha circuit in a wiring !! I rain, I
diagram. I '
sup- I
about this, but I have just got to draw the line on out
he has standing them
who transferred from the Supply pose recovered from the
tell and are the logi- "
someone
you and
has tilled shock of back counting 'em
coming
Department graciously now. t
InspectingThe The
cal
one. handwriting was
The
the Lois Kirkland is Civilian Bowling League
position on the. fence
vaguely familiar, but not identi
finished the fifth week of
Personnel Administration wondering which competition -
and way to fall-to-
fied. had been noticed
Nobody near
Vocational ward with the Public Works Car-
Chicago
or toward
DotUkkson
Training by : Key West.
the desk. The is in I
supervisor a
We're all j punters one game in the lead. Cat.-
-The Time Section has eyes to the situation,
been rather short handed this past way. Good luck, Lois. any- Inspectors sympathetic" mood and is "stand I taro Steve Pajcic led his keglers
ing by ready to lend an attentiveear j to a three-game win the Con
week because of Old Man Flu. We Assembly IN vision by Mom- over
ISy IIKLKN BUICNKTTE and to any tale the originator of trol Group of Supply last
hope to see Mrs. Killam back soon. I How the time does fly-here it is Friday
Moody. Magil, and Mrs. Burnett time to "go to press" again. The BILL KIRK the note may desire to unfold night at the Springfield Alleys
were out the week before. How- Assembly Division has really beenon Edmund J. Burke, clerktypistin ,I Viola Le Jeune, Irene Barton. The Electricians, who have beett
ever, everyone is gradually getting the ball. Those planes just keep the Engine Overhaul Inspectionoffice and Leola Hargrove honored Jane on the losing end for the last two
back! to normal again. rollin' out the door right on schedule resigned last week. We'll DuPree. a former Stock Controller !- weeks, returned to the winning column -
The Time Section Bowling Team miss seeing you around, Ed, and with a luncheon at the Rain- by taking two out of three
had a good turnout Friday night We were sorry to learn of the wish you luck on your new job. I bow Room of the George Washington games from the Rollin' Rountrees.J. .
and a good time was had by all. serious illness of Bill Catrette'j I L. L. Kirkwood inspector in I Hotel on March, 8th. Afterward Johnson, a newcomer to the alleys -
If you see any gray hairs lying mother. He was called to Birmingham :Sub-Assembly Group, was transferred Jane flew to Akron, Ohio, where will bear watching as his
around, it's because of the Alabama, last week. We do I to Interim Overhaul Inspec! wedding bells will soon peal out for game has steadily improved in
Clerk exams.: Wonder why A. hope it isn't as serious as it looks, tion. The Assembly Group's loss her.Bob the past few weeks. Engine Parts
Drinkwater's face was so red on and that you will be back withus is your gain Interim, and we'll certainly I Johnson (Disposal) was won two out of three games from
the 10th? Must have been a dilly. soon Bill. I miss you up in the big hangar passing out cigars as he is the the Supervisors
Welcome aboard, Frances Rich Mr. Hauptman of Shop 1030 id : Lewis. proud father of a second son, born Our deepest sympathy goes tj
ardson. expected to be out for several Chief R. B. Joyce, inspector on j March 18th. He has been named Delma. Hayes: ..in.the. loss' of his
Julie of Enlisted Personnel; hada weeks. Hurry up and get well and the Overhaul Control Board, has Dennis Michael and at the tender mother, Who uiea at ner home in
week come back with I j of one day was "Mike"as Alabama last week, and N. C. Rev-
couple of days off a ago. another good Beneficial been transferred to NATTC, Memphis age given
Sh.>'s leaving us soon to take up Suggestion idea, Mr. Hauptman. : Tennessee. Good luck to you, I a nickname* els week., whose grandfather died last
domestic duties Surely will miss hief, in this new assignment.It If anyone wants to lend some
t ----- -
you. Julie. The bright ray of sunshine in has been reported from reliable records of Easter anthems or oth- bride's mother in St. Johns Ter
While in Michigan Chief Ham- the office Mary Donald, is out sick sources that R. L. Freeland, er Easter music to be played in race. Regina Sears (Fiscal) was
ner says that he had Rebel Spirits and how we do miss her. You can \MMlc. has finally gotten his Supply during Easter week. they! matron of honor. The couple will
and not Yankee stuff He must always count on Mary to run errands 'wreck" in a running condition- wouKlftx* greatly appreciated. live at their home in Timuquana
tie related to Senator Claghorn! here and there as well as 10 details on 'h'ow though. Suzanne Elliot Receipt Con- Manor.
Lt. Stvills, who was recently keep the office, in a good humor. Inspectors in the Radio-Radar trol ) has just returned from anintert"sting NEW EMPLOYEES We
transferred to Enlisted Personnel, Plant Ulvifdim" Walter Ri
by Group, and their guests, had a trip to Cuba. She sailed welcome the following new employees -
has gotten his orders to proceed I viere Vernon Hochreln of from Jacksonville
shop swell get-together last Friday : on the cruise into Supply: Timothy M.
to Memphis for discharge. A. 1490 celebrated another birthday light. From all reports, ship New Northland which is Ellis, Jr. and Frank P. William, .
this week. everyonelad ,,;
Hicks had heart at- routed
:: guard a i bang-up time. via Nassau. Inventory; Alida M. Reaves and !
tack recently. We hope he will be The employees of Plant Divisionare Viola Le Jeune recently entertained John A. Gillespie, Traffic; Clarence
back with us soon.. looking forward to a good Three of our members are sick Dorothy Carter Goodin, H. Horstmann and Arthur E.
Miss Dunbar took a week off to time on their scheduled picnic at in the hospital this week. Our best formerly of Stock Control, with a Stringer, Stock Control; Nonua O.
use up some of that excess leave Lake Santa Fe this week-end. This vishes are extended to L. E Klusa miscellaneous shower attended bya I :Mercer Procurement; Walker
she has. Sandy was also off a outing has been continuously postponed < S2c, R. J. Dauphinias, S2c, number of the office" girls. Dor- Jones, Doris W. Jones, and Bernice -
couple of days. How about that because of weather condi- md D. H. Talbot, S2c. othy was presented many lovely B. Weber, Storage.
tree, Sandy ? Marjorie Owen and tions. Still more transfers out of the and useful gifts. Incidentally, she Here is another original poem'''by
Mrs. Norman have been off sick The employees of this division department: R C. Kolesar, S2c; W. I became Mrs. Goodin about seven Mae McDermon (Engine Parts)
with flu We hope everything is were well pleased at the generous i. Lapps S2c; C W. Hereford, weeks ago. applicable to the Stores Section:
under control by now. acknowledgement received from J2c; D. W. Howard, S2c; and C Billy Beau (Stock Control) is // he works and au v ors/
Acc v MoH.*H Division by Bob the Metals Division because of the Y. Miglis, Sic, have all been trans. in a hospital in Atlanta for the And tears his hour,
Cook-Sorry, we couldn't stop the satisfactory work done in the Lay- erred to ADU, with the exception purpose of undergoing another op And sniipi out orders
presses last week to announce that out Shop. We are happy that we of C. N. Mtglis, who was trans- eration. Stock Control has missed That burn the air;
Louise C. Knapp is a proud grandmother can, and do, please others. erred to Ordnance & Gunnery.To Carrie Carlisle and Viola Le Jeune // he yelli and /rw.i
It's a baby girl for her Shop 1481 received two new refrigeration compensate for the loss of who have been out ill with flu, When the "fork lift.?" roar
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and I mechanics recently. hese men. the department has five bordering on pneumonia. And b\t) Itmtis sunny
Mrs. C. L. Stanislawski. I They are L. J. Campbell and W. M. new comers to whom we extend a Marie Sharpensteen (Fiscal) Through the air into store,
We believe there must be a faint Vest. We are happy to have you, hearty welcome: R. A. Kuzia, said "I do" on March 15th to Eulie /ftf'a not the man
tinkling of bells (in the offing which and hope you will enjoy working tMMlc. C C. Prior, AM2c.: J. B. M. Bennett, who is connected with On the flying traptxG
ha made Ruth Jones seem so very with us. Mr Campbell cornea fernigan, COM(, F. O. Breitkopf, Firestone Stores The wedding was He's a J/MV i" Supply,
,happy this week. from Pearl Harbor, while Mr. Vest IMMIc, and E L. Martin, ACMM. held at 5:30 P. M. at the St. John's' A wan if you please,
We want to welcome lye Mc- la from the National Airport tnWashington. Ve hope you will enjoy working .Presbyterian Church, followed by a Dointi hill dumtifitt
Lean, ACMM, who transferred to with us. reception at the home of the With the "Mttest" e/ ra,.9.




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) fluf5 I Hospital ChatterBy I YOU .1 CAN'T WIN. By Hough I I'


Editorial Office* CHI'DOHA' A WHITE
South Wing Lower Deck RMg. 830 ; ;
Trirphone Extension 8184 The dinner dance scheduled for April 4th 1 is be. p1b

Arthur M. Greene, Editor ing postponed" until a later date owing to the impossibility ft.. sf
The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the of procuring the entertainment" dinner t e.
U. S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida at no etc. This notice i is jut to give you the word so wrh y y '.+aa
expense to the government and in compliance with that you will keep the ball rolling and get your
BecNav Circular Letter 4:>-526, 28 May 1945. Copiesare reservations." It will be the biggest time moat of rte.
distributed! free of charge at the Naval Air you hospital corpsmen have ha<} in Jacksonville so
stick with it. When you have time off why not
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center,
drop down to the Commissary Dept and make
the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Train.
lag Command, Headquarters of the Seventh Naval plans with Chief Pharmacist Mate .Brown

District, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, -- -
Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval The corpsmen' find it hard to get used to their
}J() pi taL new living quarters. Much more room )is to be
Hear Admiral Ralph' Davlaon, had. and it's quite easy to keep clean. We thank the
CoanBOMMlaat. Seventh Naval 1 Dietjriet WAVES for keeping it in such good condition ,. t ,.:,,
i'kief .f Naval An Advanced Tramtne; will c
.. hoping stay that way.x 1
Captala. USN. Commanding -- -
R.Neva'::
AacUeo
Air StationCe.ut In spite of the bad weather there hare been .7

Howard V. Hopkins. USN. Ccmma*4>nr. several large turnouts for Softball practice and '
Naval Air' Technical: raining: Center things are looking well. The only position left that '
is wide open i is first base; Does anyone feel lucky? J4-4 \ &
.. Cei>tala Robert U at.. S.Gillett Naval(MO Hospital). USN C-.BHM It is hoped" that a game can be arrangt'dwith some o.<
Dept. from Mainside for Sunday afternoon..
Captain F. W. Prientman USNR Commanding -x-
e Naval Air Kecerve Training Unit Pretty girls and beautiful mULde-that's a com

Lt. Col. T. C. Moore, Jr.. USMC Commanding bination which would be hard to beat. And that's
Marine Barrack what you'll seeand hear in the Rec Hall on Sunday
I afternoon, 30 March, when the Lee High School
Comdr. J..e) F. Schumacher' USN ComaaandingNaval .
Glee
Club
Air Gunnery Range pays the hospital a visit. This is one youwon't
want to miss, so remember the day and time.x .
Cwmir. Frederick. J. ru.b. URN CommandingNMvttl -
Auxiliary Air' Station, Cecil Field
And speaking of good music do you know about
ea\>t. Alexander M. Hearn. USMC the new classical recording" room now open ? If
Marine Aviation Detachment you'd like to settle down with an album of Kterything' getting sally around here. Even the station
your paper's got a ha#4 mark n m'
favorite
melodies
The JAX AIR NEWS receive. Ship' Editorial AwociaUoa material. and really listen in peace and
Repubhcalion of credited matter prohibited without solitude this is your chance. Key and album must I I
l>e.n Mion of SEA. Wachingtoa 26, 1>. C. Republication of any be checked" out from Red" Cross Recreation officeThis I r'I
ether matter, except by service publication !I. prohibited I I
without permiuion, of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.wl&ns'&ijS. ThnhFht I. 1..1-x-A.._ _,_ ._ .... __ ...._ .. Commercial
----- -time; '-the"gathering; ;; is titled' "Hospital' i Hop I; i Bulletin
- I I I IUull..Un8
There'll" be good records and pretty girls, so we
suggest that you hop skip, or jump on over and
- let yourself" in on the fun.x. ulll be accepted until

-- ftpace has bn filial but no Islet
e The Red Cross staff got a big thrill last Sunday than 1000 Tuesday. };xt. 8230.
ei s anclVieuws irotn tatiQiA when" an ex-patient Billy Chichester" of Jax Beach .
presented them" with the biggest orchid this side. I\y J. 1' NELEN, ACMM I FOR SALE
of--well, about the biggest and prettiest of Former president W. F. Merrickwas I
. any ))1>40 Oldmobile, flve-paenger\ club
them had ever seen." It was worn all week long, and honored at the Saturday night Like new inide and out: in Storage coups
_____ caused many an admiring comment." dance for the great job he did while owner "a* ov.r....*. CU eat. tai(
-..JL.Ily .-- while at the helm of the CPO or phone 7-D2U.:
A CALL FOR GREATER DEVOTIONTO Club. Chief F. G. Saba the president Studio couch, platform rocker, coffee: table'
end table, table lamp, and 63-piere >et 01
GOD; : read a letter of ap- di he., never. lined. Mr. Parker, 1433A
preciation and presented" Chief Child, St., NAS.Burner .
With Holy Week, a deep devotional period Merrick with a 17 jewel, gold ,,,,'k. 13J5A: Randolph St.. NAS.
in the Christian Church being ushered in i pocket watch and chain. Needlessto E. E. Booth.
: Two while' cadet uniform. Length 3t"wsl.t
Sunday, it is fitting that we should hearken say Merrick was mighty touched 29". coat nee 37. Phone 2-4VJ8.
: by the whole thing but in our lSartholI.
to the call for greater devotion to God. .
estimation" it couldn't have ''I rnilur. for three room, all mulchinguilr
happened -
This rapidly becoming known as the including drape, kitchen.. 4'urt","",,
age to
a grander .
guy. kitchen utenul. dithea. rug, and other
Atomic Age, makes it necessary for men to The club is inaugurating a new houoehold neceitie. AIM "baby crib'and

walk closer to their Lord and Saviour if ware e MAKTIIA GLOVKK policy for the weekly movies whichare uite mHttreH.* eparalely, three. month or te".I., old....'. One Will yea cell

to survive. We have been told again and Spring-and thoughts turn to home and getting now scheduled for Mondays I old. and i in very good' condition I4I7A
there. This week's crystal ball finds Fran Free" in as well as Thursdays. Instead" of Child St., NAS. 0 homa* W.. LOI.K.
again that "the only defense against the Table radio and record player. Eat. p3.3.
Alabama where she may have grits each morn- I the usual shorts, we are attempting I or phone :l.aU7. Lu tie) Smith.
Atomic Bomb lies in the hearts of men ing; the rest of the day is none of our business to present" a full-length Three-bedrot. bungalow with .............

and the only way our hearts can be right is Senator Peacock, no doubt, is stepping off ture for each show. Tonight lea-I' a IKM-rh.half. lot mile approximately from NAS(,vxlftO.I7.Xi one.' 41C and'
to keep close to God allowing)) His great love cotton fields in Oklahoma Skipper Edge stopped picture is "Come Live With Blount Ave. Lt. T. J. i>ailey, eat. MU.>
to. permeate our lives. by the windy city to see last year's coach featuring James Stewart and I Vtttktng machine, StO. Excellent condition.
and by now should be waltzing around Missouri Hedy Lamarr. We had a fine mo- Three:717 .Lakeanore Blvd.

Dr. Morgan, a ranking nuclear physicistat Rena Derfuss i I. paying a visit to N. Y. vie last Thursday too, "The Hairy I miecellaneou..rtklr.complete room.. of Can furniture... ....-t after|>lua
Oak Ridge, Tennessee, made the following Harriet Prinner and Mary Dt'an'ood are looking Ape" with William Bendix and 1 1610, 842SB I>ewey Park Annex. Tillman.
statement which should cause us to give deep In on our good neighbors in San Juan. Susan Hayward. Fryer Alvn10Pieie. and pullet. Phone 2-4742: Bob

thought about this present age : "The Stone Oh! my aching back dept. It's amazinghow Bingo is now played twice weekly i ., mutrhed. maple living room .uiteplece >

Age lasted 100,000 years, the Iron age span- many muscles softball brings into use. Ask also. The days are Tuesdayand It..i.$ ... waterfall light oak detign dining!bed& room roam .mute uil, *,
the kids who've been turning out for a little "mildly Friday with the time remain- diphe. ironing ......I'd. R :31B Irwin St.>,
reed the Machine has been
1,000 Age .
years painful" exercise. Jennie Payne so fad thinks ing unchanged liewey Park J. Hartnett.

with us 100 years." Then cryptically he put it's leap frog and doubles up over third base when This Sunday marks the beginning Baby baby. carriage......i n..tI.with with waterproof waterproof mattress nmtIreM .
-
the question, "Will the Atomic Age last only anyone gets near" Messer gave Kennison the of Sunday evening dancing and' folding tand. Both like new

30? Jf so, three years are gone. We have head-in-ribs routine on third, also. Laddie was at the club from 1600 to 2200. M C.0:1.\::: car n radio. U30 with Cumberland five I > .h Rd.button; CI
i u
on the wrong end of one of Pete LeVere's "atomballs" Dinner and dance music will te Excellent condition..
seven left. Surely if the present indifference Ext. S3*. Mina Holm.
and took a nap. You can't even stay in the furnished by the NATTCats.By CI'O blue uniform. with ordnance rat and
of man toward spiritual things contin.. barracks and be entirely safe. Winnie Jones tocd- the two ha"h mark. $35. Pant aide 81-31
way, chiefs, turn ruts *ixe 37. Chief
Roa.
lies, we might only have seven years left. up a splinter from top-side east deck and is in names in to the manager for your the {' 11-acre. farm with good hou eat.e. 2'.j 7V4.' blot" 'ks
Let us not deceive ourselves into think- sickbay, soon to be on crutches. So don't think it's coming bowling tourney.CHILDREN'S I' from t.u. line. Will iwll for c..>h wi uini-

ing that we are the only people who have the the hobble-hobble.Chinaman on Our the"beamin'cobble stones screamin'if you hear a' LHnible m.vmnt._bed and Phone"", ttrton.8-1960.almmtt n..,. S.o.

secret to the Atomic Bomb, or if we still hold Neon Jones, is wild about the Florida sunshine.seaman, 19.1N woos Buick norman' .*dan.St..Good Ik-wt-y.condition Park K,.",l

that position that we shall forever remain Ann Elden bowled" 198 which is tops for womenat SWIM tire. ('x.h. R. H. Welch 1137B Allegheny .
ltd.. NAS.
the only custodian of this secret. We can Mainside bowling alleys.A : CLASSES WILL 16.it Buick ....."n. fair condition. Ca.h. I).
rest assured that others will find the secret day at the races human) spent by our blush- BE A Baldwin Bk*. 67, Bid. 6XS or xtr.
ing foursome, Rucker, Lehman, Lindgren, and App i 696. Hangar 122.
if they have not already done so. Thus it caused the deposits of Georgia clay in the showers. RESUMED SATURDAY nut KENT;

means that if we are to preserve this world Glad to see Miss Sweat Ellen Jurd. and Fern I ,

we must, as Dr. Morgan further states, "de- Holmquest are at last out of sick-bay. Billie Stuart Children's swimming classes will Bedroom with adjuminir bath for couple
: should be soon. 'I' be resumed this Saturday and will 2631 111 wood Av*. Phone 7-02P. Mr*.
velop a spirit of Christian neighborliness. I Wilkinwin. .
A bit of corn-if After all be conducted each
we may. we "seed'er. Saturday morn Double bedroom with twin bed. Will rent
And this can only be done by a greater de- "The Sea of Grass caused Margie Glassto ing from 1000 to 1100 until the I room or ha.re hou.,. 4667 Poet St. Phon
votion to God on the part of all peoples and miss her weekly phone call; I classes are moved to the outdoor Double 2-152.: Mr. Grow
room for couple All
the place to start is right here' in our own When It did come thru the way she flew pools, it was announced this week I privilege, hot witter, and electric arar...kitchen,... $12
resembled" a Navy Fireball. At present the classes will be held lr week 1601 Hamilton' St. Phone 2-
country, in our own Navy and the time is 4224.
in the NAS-NATTC
Grace Standard, CSpS( ), who came here some swimming
jiow time ago from Hutch, is visiting here now after" pool in Building 614. I LOST
Chaplain E. WT. Andrews. pulling duty at Miami and Norfolk her present There will be two classes, one
-*- station. for boys and the other for girls. 8",'. bioyrle. 1440A Child $t., NAS.!'
Gene Chrisholm former WAVE stationed here, They are open to the children" of Army idrntifieationalder. 1U |>icturee)
SPECIAL LENTEN SERVICES will be married in St. Edward's Chapel at 0900 Sat- enlisted personnel and officers and Mr. Army MentUII identification eat 433.VANTKI. H found, call

HOLY WEEK AT ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL urday, 19 April. alike, either of NAS or NATTC.
MIDDAY A note to all interested in spelling bfea Classes are under the direction of \ )
MEDITATIONS 1200 TO 1230
There will be a station try-out soon to decide who the Physical Training Departmentand Unfuruiahrd.
Monday 31 March-Chaplain. I,. Stevenson Lt. Paul five 01 ala rooin bouae for
will represent NAS Jar in town. Wanna know King, who is in couple with ;3'x year old girl. Near or
presiding. Sermon : "Jesus In The'femple" morel See Barb Wright. charge of swimming. avHilnbU to NAS I'. H 8ap|>. P tItot

; Scripture : Mark 11:11.18: ; i This week-end" family wash service sure burned 622.10.1:, W..e""n..tI. or miirhin. hoi BldfT

Solo: "I Walked Today When Jesin up the machines as well as those of us who would MAINSIDE
MOVIE
also like to twirl our duds in the suds.
Walked", Alan H. Barnes, Y3c. Please, Hazel don't scare our poor little MAA 27

Tuesday, 1 April-Chaplain E. W. Andrews that way. They're hard to find now even if Min 28 Marc'h-nrub..r Mar'lv Dance Doubloon.Air
Station
presiding ; Sermon : "Christ Prays For Brooke is helping out until she gets discharged Hand.

Us" ; Scripture : John 17 ; Solo: "Lord Reason we're standing security watches now is that 29 l\Iar'h-Sinbad The (Sailor. At the Station Chapel, Birmlntham
Empty Lue Hunter and Mike After" (did we get 30 Road and H..t.n AvenueProteelaiu
Let Me Live Today", Robert S. Smith, that right ? ) are going into the wide, cold world. 31'l\lard.-I'ur"ut"d.l\Iau'h--'inbad !The bailor. tt
Sic.Wednesday. From those of us who didn't say "so-long" personally 0730-Holy Communion Chaplain .
1 April( -Tin- Ka/or'h Kdge. E. W. Andrew.
2 April-Chaplain W. U. Bryant here's wishing you a happy ship and crew 2 April-Tli lla/xir'M: Kile 0930--NATTC &rvicChapl E. W.
throughout your new and (we hope) J last Andrew.
presiding ; Sermon : "The Challenge"]) ; cruises. 3 Aprll-TII. .Tnnj.1 GUf'8t.JUNIOH 0930-Sunday School Small Chapel.

Scripture : Matthew 20:22: ; Solo: "In presiding ; Sermon : "The Scars Of The OFFICERS 104S-Chaplain: Invine. Service W. K. Stevenson Chaplain. F. L.

The Garden", Kenneth M. Hamrick S2c. Cross" ; Scripture: John 20:24-30: ; Solo : Albert.

Maundy Thursday 3 April-Chaplain II. F. "The Old Rugged Cross", John A. Span- 27 March-hnuash lip 0700. -Maaa. Catholic

Menges, presiding ; Sermon : "The Mean- ley SCJ c. 28 l\lIlrt'h-Smw.h Dp. 0\100-aaa.
29 Dlarch-The 1/ncxpecled| Guest t 1100-Maa*.
ing of the Supper" ; Scripture : I Cor. 'ANOTHER EASTER DAWNSAn 30 J\lart'h-lhlll'f'ou'r >IMalmie., Aa Outdoor Nurvery for small children -

11:23-34: ; Solo: "In Remembrance Of I, Easter Sunrise Service will be held 31 March-inba4l Tim Sailor and 1200.U maintained between OUOO

Me", John A. Spanley, SClc on the shore of Casa Linda Lake near the 1 April-Mintaul The Halle'r.i Jrwi.R.li61.... Service.andr'tllewihip

Good Friday, 4 April--Chaplain J. F. Hagen, I Chapel, at OG12 on C April I Ii I i 12 April-The Allrll-l'utlluC"d.Jta/.or's Kdge. 1830PrU in the Hmalll'bnI'f'1.Pane llu.r .



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Lnslne OVt'rhaul-by (' w. The question has arisen as to the

l-laY1"r-Well, at last, Charlie Mar I 1 y G cause of Pete Capps' half day illness -
S tin has that new Oldsmobile he the Gyro Shop from the Personnel Could it be the second slice
baa been talking: about for the Division. During the war,' Chief of that cake or because he missed
past year.'hat's more, Charlie McLean was stationed at NAS the first one?
paid cash for It, too. How did you i Kane he Bay, HawaII. Now Sadie Britts in P W Per-
get past March 15th with that Callie Tillman Hearn who worked sonnel has baked a cake for (ha
much dough, Charles in pressure instruments for gang a four-layer devil food
'" Speaking of twins, Sally Ruby, three years during the war has returned with chocolate icing, no less. Pet
Shop 1352, became the grandmother to the Gyro Shop, Glad was right there with bells on and
of twins for the second time, you're back with us, Callie W'AJ reported that it was delicious. The
last week. Her daughterinlawgave The Landing Gear section of the boys are now trying to talk Flor-
birth to twin girls at St Accessories Division is determined' ence Brown into baking one, but
Vincent Hospital. Mrs Ruby's to do its share to help put A &: R, A she says she's waiting to see her
daughter is the mother of twin NAS Jax, on top among the Navy efficiency rating. Aren't we all*
girls, ten years of age. Her sister A A R departments in the country Eleanor Womeldurf is kept busyat
IH the mother of twins and her And so Landing Gear, Shop 727 d the typewriter these days. She
aunt is the mother of twins. How- got into high gear by putting in works at the Power Plant office in
ever, it is expected that this record two extra hours for two and a half ( ..he mornings, and the File Room
will pale into oblivion within weeks. in the afternoons. It's rumored by

ttte next two weeks, during which Garner D Harris has transferred those who recognize the coming of
time this writer expects to become to the Propeller Shop Yes. spring that this has some connec-
the father of triplets at least. Garner, your obedient reporter is aR tion with Dub Faglie's happy expression -
Engine Overhaul's one man going to miss that little doughnut Q every afternoon lately.
jeering section, Francis (Loudmouth deal. His desk is in the file room, too.

) Bell, has been strangely I Maybe it's because of the warmer I II Joe Sistrunk is applying for
silent for several days now. Can it weather that Robert Thorne de- I transfer to NAS Guantanamo Bay,
be that your team is losing all the cided to move to South Jacksonville Cuba, but Henry Melzer has up a
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volleyball games, B. W. ? bet that he'll never go because they
Short Stories Jimmy Work- We are glad to have Bob Thompson I don't have dog racing there. Joe
man murdering "September Song" working with us now. Bob, we is another one of our ardent racing
, before'a large audience in the E. O hope you'll like our little shop and I fans--a thing this. department ia
Planning office last week; First its crew. blessed with
r', Aid Nurse eyeing Frank Blanton We are very sorry to report that I Betty Johnson and Juanita Wise
F suspiciously as he swayed uncertainly I Brooker of the Electric Shop is. have some of those newfangled
:' on the stairway; Charlie in the hospital' We all hope you'll glassesyou know, the ones with
r. Hart greeting the first day of be well and back with us soon, A red, blue, green, brown and :whit-
spring in his overcoat; Snake Su- Brooker.. .:.. checked rims. It ia said that they're

,. ner returning from 30-day leave Paul La Patra is back from his ; % .!- y:( '.. attempting to achieve that glamorous -
....ithliJpring in his heart and women trip to New York. Wonder if that WEEK IN AND \VKKK OL f reporters in the various station departments look'Speaking!
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" on his mind; Margaret Ward de- bad snowstorm delayed or speeded bring you the news about the civilian employees, These of Juanita, we just
daring that Eddy Duchin is amore his return to sunny Florida? I reporters give their time and effort without compensation so that learned that 3hes leaving next
,/l accomplished pianist than Everybody says it's good to see you will know what your fellow employees are doing. In the group week for Baltimore where she will
: Carmen Cavallaro- point with our shop news in the paper again. photo above are the A&R reporters. Standing, left to right, they are spend a cuple of weeks. Upon bee"
;:1':.. which we emphatically disagree Come on, folks, how about some Bob Cook, Accessories Division:: ; Bobby Meredith. Metals-Machines & return to Jax she will work a
"Metal' Division. by Hobby snappy*personal items* Structures Division; Frances Poe, Interim Overhaul; Carl W. Player short time before the big event ,
'y It's a boy for the L. L. Stow- Engineering nlvl" on-By Fred Engine Overhaul; Wynona Spurlock Administration and Personnel; The boys who know say that the

: era, born March 20th Mr West, E. Clyne- Jim Sawyer just:: got Walter Riviere Plant Division; seated, left to right, Mattie Wood greyhounds at the dog track watch
+ Qtnm Metal Div, has been out back from a trip to Miami last Planning Division and Fred Clyne, Engineering, Chief A&R Reporters Jeff more than they do the mechanical -
!:'", sick, for a couple of weeks week-end Charlie Phillips spent ; Dot Dickson, Personnel and Administration; and Margaret rabbit. Jeff holds up his
f This is the first chance we have his week-end there, also* Neitherone Martin, Assembly Division:: Bottom, left to right are Helen Burnette daily double tickets and the dogs.
had to welcome the supervisors in saw the other there. Wonder if Inspection: Mary Rodgers, Public Works; Clara Speer, Supply; and come' in in the order he has picked
Shops 477 and 432, Mr. Adams thy were on their second honey- Michael Cascone of Employee Services who has charge of civilian em. They do this for Jeff because
and Mr. Danforth changed shops, moon? news. Hartley Steeves of Supply, not shown in the above photos he spends so much time in the dog-
r, and we hope they like their new On this transportation situationwe contributes the weekly cartoon "It's a Tough Life." house that they consider him a
ones. have ------ ----- kindred spirit
. a person in engineering .-
., Manning Division by Mattle who really rates. LaFalise and Bob : Andy, 'Brown Eyes," and
B. Wood-Jane Parcell was missed Chambers went to Atlanta a coupleof Efficiency Ratings SUPPLY Joe are leaving Transportation
, very much last week from the weeks ago and returned with a Must Be DiscussedAll i around the first of April for Great
' Statistical Section while out on 1947 Chevrolet. Wonder who they Lakes where they will .attend
'. sick l'!'ave. Jane, we are glad to know? official effUl.ncy rating ; school. Wonder how all these little
';i' Bee you back. If you noticed a smile on Earl assigned employeof NAS 5 ALLIES girls are gonna live without them,
Loyce Ferguson Fergie to us Pardue's face lately it's probably I must b6 discussed< with the employees p. especially Lou
; was in quite a dither; last weekIi because he had enough left after i by the rating official at I II From all accounts, there are two
:. when the Statistical Section had the dog races to buy a cup of cof- I the time assignment of the men in this department who need
, visitors from Washington Mr. Na- fee. Do you think you'll ever win, I rating, under the terms of an Industrial to be examined by a psychiatrist.
', zal just couldn't seem to get all Earl" I Relations Department By CLARA E SPEER0 They were up before dawn last
the orders and memos he needed. Last week nothing was mentioned Order Issued this week I Saturday, wading in water up tu
What would Mr. Nazal do withouta about the Red Cross, but En- It was also pointed out In the I MYSTERY ON THIRD DECK: their waists to get and
secretary like Fergie gineering made a good showing. order that the employees will A certain supervisor returned to then they fished in the rain day1!
b6 to endorse the efficiency her desk one day about a month When ,
required asked
how
Fred Wood and others of the Paul Carman had to take a vacation I many they
I rating forms after discussion ago and found in the center of her caught, one of them 'Wa
Aircraft Schedule Unit are cer- last week. They say it's be- I I replied,
of their with the desk the following note: "Have didn
cause he rating count 'em. I didn mind
tainly glad to have a stenographerfor was trying to find a short
the section. Marie McCartha, circuit in a wiring diagram. I suppose rating offUUl. __ I I tried so hard not to say anything I catching them in the rain, but I
about this:: but I have just got to draw the line
who transferred from the Supply he has recovered from the on standing out them
tell someone, and are the logical i. "
you and ,
shock counting em
of
Department. has graciously tilled coming back now "
the position Lois Kirkland is on the. fence InspectingThe one The handwriting was The Civilian Bowling League
vaguely familiar, but not identified -
finished the fifth week of
Personnel Administration wondering which to compe-
and
way fall-to-
Nobody had been noticed near tition with the Public Works Car-
Vocational Training by Dot ward Chicago or toward Key West.
r. Use ksora-The Time Section hasbeen We're all eyes to the situation, the desk. The supervisor is in a penters one game in the lead Cf.-
rather short handed this past way. Good luck TniaAssembly any- Inspectors sympathetic" mood and is stand Rain| Steve Pajcic l led his keglers
ing by, ready to lend an attentiveear
week because of Old Man :Flu. We Division :'"- by (011I- I to a three-game win over the Control
hope to see Mrs Killam back soon. How the time does flY-here it is Jly IU LEN nUlCNt 'l'TE and to any tale the originator of Group of Supply last Friday
time BILL KinK the note may desire to unfold I night at the Springfield
Moody Magil, and Mrs Burnett to "go to press" again. The Alleys
were out the week before. How- Assembly Division has really beenon Edmund J. Burke, clerktypistin Viola Le Jeune, Irene Barton The Electricians who have been
ever, everyone is gradually getting the ball Those planes just keep[ the Engine Overhaul Inspection I and Leola Hargrove honored Jane on the losing end for the last two
back to normal again rollin' out the door right on schedule office, resigned last week. We'll DuPree, a former Stock Contro1-! weeks, returned to the winning col-
The Time Section Bowling Team miss seeing you around, Ed, and : ler, with a luncheon at the Rain- umn by taking two out of three
had a good turnout Friday night We were sorry to learn of the wish you luck on your new job bow Room of the George Washington games from the R<>iii n' Rountrees
L. Kirkwood Hotel on March Sth. Afterward J. Johnson, a newcomer to the alleys
and a good time was had by all. serious illness of Bill Catrettea L. inspector inSub.Assembly
If you see any gray hairs lying mother. He was called to Birmingham Group, was transferred Jane flew to Akron, Ohio, where will bear watching as his
around, it's because of the Alabama, last week. We do to Interim Overhaul Inspection wedding bells:: will soon peal out for game has steadily improved in
Clerk exams Wonder why A. hope it isn't as serious as it looks, The Assembly Group's loss j her, the past few weeks:: Engine Parts.
Drinkwater's face was so red on and that you will be back withus is your gain, Interim, and we'll cer- Bob Johnson: (Disposal) was won two out of three games front
the 10th Must have been a dilly. soon, Bill, tainly miss you up in the big han- passing out cigars as he is the the Supervisors.
.. Welcome aboard, Frames Richardson Mr. Hauptman of Shop 1030 w gar, Lewis. proud father of a second son, born Our deepest sympathy goes to
expected to be out for several Chief R. B. Joyce, inspector on March 18th. He has been named Delma Hayes in the loss of his
Julie of Enlisted Personnel, hada weeks. Hurry up and get well and the Overhaul Control Board, has Dennis Michael and at the tender mother who died at her home in
couple of days off a week ago. come back with another good Beneficial been transferred to NATTC, Memphis 'I age of one day was given "Mike"as Alabama last week, and N. C Revels -
8h *'s leaving us soon to take up Suggestion idea, Mr Haupt- Tennessee. Good luck to you, I a nickname. week.:: whose grandfather died last

r domestic duties. Surely will miss man Chief, in this new assignment. If anyone wants to lend some
k-; you, Julie. The bright ray of sunshine in It has been reported from reli- records of Easter anthems or oth- bride mother in St Johns Terrace -
While in Michigan, Chief Ham- the office, Mary Donald, is out sick able sources that R. L. Freeland, er Easter music to be played in Regina Sears (Fiscal) was
' ner says that he had Rebel Spirits and how we do miss her. You can AMMlc, has finally gotten his Supply during Easter week they matron of honor The couple will
and not Yankee stuff. He must always count on Mary to run errands wreck in a running conditionno wouKlOx greatly appreciated. live at their home in Timuquana
be related to Senator Claghorn! here and there as well as details on "how," though. Suzanne Elliot Receipt Con- Manor
. Lt. Sivills, who was recently keep the office in a good humor. I Inspectors in the Radio-Radar troll has just returned from an NEW EMPLOYEES We
transferred:: to Enlisted Personnel, Plant Division by Ualter RI-I
Group, and their guests, had a interesting trip to Cuba. She sailedfront welcome the following new employees -
has gotten his orders to proceed vlere Vernon Hochrein of Jacksonville the
shop swell get-together last on cruise:: into Supply Timothy M.
to Memphis:: for discharge. A. 1490 celebrated another birthday night. From all reports, Friday ship, New Northland, which is Ellis, Jr., and Frank P. Williams,
Hicks, guard, had a heart at- this week. time. everyonehad routed via Nassau. Inventory; Alida 1\[. Reaves and
a bang-up
_ tack recently. We hope he will be The employees of Plant Divisionare Viola Le Jeune recently entertained John A. Gillespie, Traffic; Clarence
back with us soon., looking forward to a good Three of our members are sick Dorothv Carter Go.\dm_ H. Horstmann and Arthur E
... Miss Dunbar took a week off to time on their scheduled picnic at I I in the hospital this week. Our best formerly of Stock Control; with a Stringer, Stock Control; Norma D.
use up some of that excess leave Lake Santa Fe this week-end. This wishes are extended to L. E. Klus- miscellaneous:: shower attended bya :Mercer Procurement; Walker
she has. Sandy was also off a outing has been continuously postponed ka, S2c, R. J. Dauphinias, S2c, number of the office girls. Dor- Jones, Doris W. Jones, and Bernice -
couple of days. How about that because of weather conditions and D H. Talbot, S2c othy was presented many lovely B. Weber, Storage.

tree, Sandy Marjorie Owen and Still more transfers out of tho and useful gifts. Incidentally, she Here is another original poem I by
Mrs. Norman have been off sick I The employees of this division department: R. C Kolesar, S2cV; became Mrs. Goodin about seven Mae McDermon (Engine Parts)
with flu. We hope everything is were well pleased at the generous H. Lipps, S2c; C W. Hereford, weeks ago. applicable to the Stores Section- :
under control by now acknowledgement received from S2c: D. W. Howard, S2c; and C Billy Beau (Stock Control) is // he works and swears
At. ._Horit' Division by Hub the Metals Division because of the N. Miglis, Sic, have all been transferred ::- in a hospital Atlanta for the And tears hit hour,
Cook-Sorry, we couldn't stop the satisfactory work done in the Layout to ADU, with the exceptionof purpose of undergoing another op And seeps out orders
presses last week to announce that Shop. We are happy that we C. N. Miglis, who was transferred eration Stock Control has missed That burn the air;
Louise C. Knapp is a proud grandmother can, and do, please others. to Ordnance & Gunnery. Carrie Carlisle and Viola Le Jeune Ihe yetis and r/rni ,
It's a baby girl for her Shop 1484 received two new refrigeration To compensate for the loss of who have been out ill with flu, When the 'fork lilt.," roar
daughter and soninlawoCr.. and I mechanics recently. these men, the department has five bordering on pneumonia. And bit/ Mitls suntttt
Mrs C. L. Stanislawski.We I They are L. J. Campbell and W. M. new comers to whom we extend a Marie Sharpensteen (Fiscal Through the air into store,
believe there must be a faint Vest We are happy to have you, hearty welcome: R. A. Kuzia, said "I do" on March 15th to Eulie ire's not the. man
tinkling of bells in the offing which and hope you will enjoy working AMMlc, C. C Prior, AM2c, J. B M. Bennett, who is connected with On the flytny trapsed!
baa made Ruth Jones seem so very : with us. Mr. Campbell comes Jernigan, ACO'F.. O Breitkopf, Firestone Stores The wedding was He's a guy tn Supply,
,happy this week. from Pearl Harbor, while Mr. Vest AMMlc, and E. L Martin, ACMM.. held at 5:;30 P M. at the St. John's A wan, if you please,
We want to welcome Ive Me- Is from the National Airport In We hope you will enjoy working ,Presbyterian Church, followed by a Doinq Ms arMt1Mt
Lean, ACMM, who transferred to Washington, with us reception at the home of tho With the "ZiW .t" of edge





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.>('t; .1..... 1N: ( i.i'ito.s. the JAX AIR XEWS has he-n /mainly a !paper! by and I board as hf pn-pan.--, ,,1., I I.PI' ". i.-, of .nrt! Yni. fa., i l.n\ .
ji the enlisted:, peiMHinel of this stati.m., With the except.cn of the editor who must I H.ough also serves a,.: out luuua. '; ,;; Kip: < ocessity be u skilled newspaperman familiar with the intricacies of ntake-up and .: 01 the paper, is handled by Arthur KouUonikolis, $; lc, seated and Hubert J. Wthliny.
S2c; ittj) Dave Stocks, S2c, an enlisted naval correspondent) :is : attached
out, the :staff! has always been composed of enlisted personnel. ((1) Gene Whitlock, I to the staff to receive 'tra jl1 temporarily '
on-the-job
: ng m newspaper writing, I i7t I Bill Kehl, S2< ,
> jr. drives reporters:! and photographers on their assignments takes copy to the I one of the sportswriters, interviews Comdr Ray Pflum, basketball coach, in the
|.nn.xiK.: as well as assisting in retyping articles for publication< (t2) Al Hope, S2c, dressing room. Kehl traveled all over the U. S. with the 1916-47 cage team to keep
oil, t .e yeoman and commercial bulletins clerk, delivers copies of the JAX AIR NEWSi'i Air News readers informed on all of the Flier games. (8)) Mailing the paper all over
Ship's; : Service on Thursday morning. ((3)) Pictures for the paper are snapped by, the country on Thursdays is an all hands job, and here four of the staff pitch in
pat! .rfciaphers ot the Station Photo Lab. Here M. O. Morton, S2c, steps into a watt to finish the Job. ((0)) Doug Crocket, S2c, the other sports scribe, covers all of the
rig tuition; wagon for a trip to the print shop to photograph the pictures shown on many intra-mural sports as well as boxing, baseball, and golf. His football coverage
the opposite' puge. t II i Winston; Hough S2c. staff artist, is shown at his drawing during the past season provided a colorful account of the NAS gridiron picture.
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charge. And neither of these is a certainly they will be overjoyed to think it isn't When you have ta.
fraction as hard to get as you will I sec you, but after a while they are ken matters into your own hands, WAVES To Stage
The iind in getting out of the trouble going to wonder just how much and are paying the price then is I

you make for yourself if you take leave you have, especially if yon when you are needed more than Reunion In New
(our Martial the matter into your 0\* hands. stay long enough for that first aJlotmcnt ever.
That is why we have Chaplains, check to stop coming. That I have actually heard some! men
\1Ii.ia: :ai! ::HrudltS'.Gl1 and the Red Cross, and the Navy allotment is stopped after yon have say that they want to get out of York 2 AugustNames
Relief Society, and Personnel Officers. been yonr for thirty day And if the Navy to the extent that they
'i'o YOU! They are all here to help it was financial distress at home, will accumulate enough absence of all WAVES here are
you when you need help. Give them II yon certainly hare fixed it vp, offenses to get a BAD CONDUCT being submitted to the WAVES Reunion -
EDITOR'S NOTE: Thin ia the, '''a chance! haven't you Not only has the allotment DISCHARGE Isn't this almost Un- Committee in order that they
euo..11 ,:,111 'ont'inli.lI installment The man who admits that he stopped, but you aren't believable ? Next time, we will may attend the first annual
vf t!:. ;..l.omlll, srrirs articles didn't ask for leave, or who took gettinfi that Nary pay, little as take a look at the BCD, and see WAVES reunion to be held in the
fcj/ L'. Comdr. Drr\c Martin, NAdL the word of some enlisted man you thought it was. No, mate, if just what it means. grand ballroom of the Hotel New
want to help those dear Yorker on Saturday afternoon,
you ones
'Hll O f/irr,-. who guessed that leave would not
at home financially don't ever August 2, in New York City
be granted, and who didn't know go Navy Wives Club
.'"> .fVu. t" i Ivuk at SOUK of tin what he was talking about, or who over the hill even if it means not The reunion will be held in con-
'" e., .'.- .; li and alter th 'a' people rr. fails to see his Chaplain, even it seeing them for the duration of Will Meet TonightTo nection with the fifth anniversaryof
t tn:, in W'(' rciuriKd to their ship the leave has been denied, or who your enlistment. Elect OfficersThe the Women's Reserve of the V.
O, t ii/i to if. A iitxtiit won than a few offlf I to verify his need for at home, and maybe things aren't Navy Wives' Club will meet living in the New York area are iI\! '
/,. I i.: m I' N. but, 1 think,: !Iou'" leave, is just too big a fool to be going to well aboard your ship or tonight at' club headquarters in inviting other members and lorI!,
I i ,,1/ n! il 1.;' /'OJ.f< family I \'.earing long trousers. station, but at any given time Building J101 at 2000. Highlightof mer members from all parts of the
flf P /. /,' or ,t.>nnt- I And then you trrrirc at home. they are never so bad as you will the meeting will be the election country to attend the reunion.
I II Ex-WAVES
I I : .I' 1/ I. ." t.t > Surtly tho3'' problt ms at home find them at a disciplinary bar- of permanent officers.It in the Jacksonvillearea
rrit Ins, but think how much racks or at the Naval Prison at was announced by club offl- wishing to attend the affair
I I I' 1If / I i th." .!.J-'M could slap at night ii i/ I Portsmouth. There you will be dials this! week that the charter should forward her name and address -
t ''.avf to kri'p fighting earning no pay for those at home, had been returned and approved to the WAVES Reunion Committee -
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the which is used to produce your daily newspaper. After all Howard Kolbenheyer, center, compositor make up two pages while Paul Eastman,
same process
process compositor, takes a page proof of a completed page so that the editorial staff can
of the edited copy, headlines, photos, art work, and cartoons have been sent to the check it for errors which may have slipped by the regular proofreader. ((5)) PresidentM. .,'

printers during the week, the editorial staff journey to town on Wednesday after- G. Lewis looks on as E. A. Coenen, stereotyper, presses a mat from a lockedup "

noon to supervise the composing room staff of the M. G. Lewis Company during the I page. ((6)) Here the stereotyper casts the page by pumping molten lead over the
mechanical work necessary for the production of the paper. ((1)) J. P. Rogers, lino- mat. (7) The casting is trimmed off and made ready for locking on one of the big

typist, sets copy on lead linotype slugs in the first step in getting the written material press' many cylinders. ((8)) In the final step, A. C. Smith, plant superintendent, inspects
In print. ((2) Harry Adams sets the headlines, ranging from tiny one colmun heads the papers as they roll off the press, all folded and in place, for proper Inking
:: to screaming five column streamers, on a Ludlow machine. ((3)) Charles Joyner also I and allignment. All that remains is to complete the press run, bundle and label the

sets Air News copy on a linotype machine. ((4) Following a dummy layout prepared papers, and distribute them on Thursday morning.

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I ter Gunnery Range. At one time school paper. practical experience in news writ- the activities we serve and to Officers

IsContinued the Air News also served Cecil Winston Hough, S2c, came to ing. Eventually he will be assignedto enlisted men, and civUaln
Paper and Lee Fields, Mayport, Munici- I the-Navy from his home at South I duty with the fleet or at a employees alike.

from Page 1 pal No. 1 and other activities.At Bend, Indiana. As staff artist, district PIO office. I .

lication of this size and circula present, in addition to the I Hough draws" the cartoon, "YouCan't I Arthur Koutsonikolis, Sic, and Red
tion. The cost has been borne by editor, there are five enlisted men Win. in addition to supplying Robert Wthling S2c, are responsible Cross
Welfare funds derived from Ship'sService on the regular staff. Station sports other art work for the paper. for the NATTC section of
profits.In are coverd by Doug Crocket, S2c, Other staffers are Al Hope, S2c, the Air News. Koutsonlkolis is (Continued from Page 1))
addition to serving the Naval and Bill Kehl, S2c. Crocket, a native from Lisbon, Ohio, office yeomanand from Lowell. Mass.! and Wehling .. Yard) D<'It.-- R. P. Smith, ChBcen.
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Air Station Naval Air Technical of Cambridge Mass., acquired Commercial Bulletin clerk; hails from Eiwardsville, Illinois. Military :
5. Public Work-W. H. Cr. Civiluin :
Training Center, Naval Air Advanced his newspaper training afterschool I and Gene Whitlock, S2c, of Wor- The entire staff pledges: to its ., $i H..90. vaM .
Training Command Headquarter hours and during the sum land, \\'yomingtypist and driver readers an ven better JAN AIR 6. HhipV! t"v. ('. Curnens
'*, Seventh Naval District mer vacations by writing; lor the I Pave Stocks, S2c of Claremont, I NEin the coming yearfEvoiyfl'oit t Miliiniy,., IS ('". i N'li.i'1 ; *!''.. ?u.
HeniUinuterH, Naval Air Reserve Boston Rei'oril-Anunirnn, KHil '.1111 n graduate of the F.nliutt! l I I.1 will be n fi.lr tr |11l* | ]Indiana :\. 'in 1-'i'l1d, Si hitil. MiJi.nt 1 t'ld!, \vjth, ",tH' \IMIU! of M l, I v.., t, '. V "i v, $J// rllr l
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\ JAX AIR WZVJSFLITCH II Carelessness! Carelessness! Carelessness! j Easter Dance

Ann: TECHNICAL: TMIPJINC, ccrnn:


I Captain. H.twxnt lummutahna v. Honkins. USN .t For Everyone


Commander R.>lTt 1'. [ta>b#, USN 1
KJC.tiv.. Held April 71)

Lt. r>>mmn.<<.>r J. W. WitlUma. USN
Public Information Officvr. The Auditorium Building 56.1
AJvicor to Jan Air Newt
will be the scene of another of

Editorial Offfrra for NATTC S-ctum. K.MHMM 1ST end| 158, .I VATTC's famous dances, which
Administration Building SOD-V. "",,1. EU. 20S.' will be held on the night of April

Editor. 7 The dances have proven very
Arthur T. KixititoiHkntii., Sla popular for the boys in past years.
This one will be an Easter! Dance.
Newawrit-r
Robert J. W -hlinu. Sle Music will be provided by the
----- sweet and fast" playing of Tom-
All Pho offi'i..1 U. s. Nirhod y Pho ) Lab nndv. I'\uruivhiiol Ph. I Iab ,nnlw..nh.'.wise'. credrtrLWHAT
ti r 1THINK orchestra The band is very pop
ular and has played for numerous:

r >'>' .>' l parties, plus several dances at the
Auditorium held previously to this

one. Dancing hours are tentativelyset
from 2000 to 0030. Refreshments -
." I will be on hand, including
'.. .. plenty of cold bottled Coke.
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II '. '''' PJannings decorating supervision -
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.. my Raye and the following-

TO DO! WHERE TO OOf I ..,.. _'J '.... WAVES Mary (Hoagey) Carmichael -
Alice Roth, Jean O'Bry-
BEFORE: YOU ACT! Give the driver be- 'ant, Mildred Bryant, Ann Eldef.D
hind chance. Use the hand Ann Kostelmk and Ellen Jurd
a
MOVIE SCHEDULE you prescribed signals and do .
not cut corners. Short Chances Shorten Lives! !

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THiiislY BLONDIES HOLIDAY-with Arthur Lake and neW &oIi

Penny Singleton Shows at 1815 and 2015 *
THE WORD
.. .. ..UU.SD: SATURDAY-SEA OF GRASS, starring Kathryn NATTC Library
1It"I Oum. Spencer Tracy Show on Friday at 1890( only. Gene and Jo
:Magic Shoat 2045 Shows on Saturday at 1100, 1730 and 2015. FROM AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL You'll be seeing these books in

_______ ____ I the movie The veroton of Iburse
SITNIHY-THE IMPERFECT LADY-with Ray MilUml and "j ; ;
FROM: AVIATION FUNDAMENTALS SCHOOLSl'UDJ.NT will l be Hollywood's-which mayor
Teresa Wright Shows at 1400, 1815 and :2015, may not be a reasonable facsimile -
NEWS
of what the author iJten.jed.
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MONDAY AND TUKSDAV-SMASH UP starring Su*.n Hayward -
The Number One graduate from Class AF 27 is GEARING White' you are waiting you
and Lee Bowman. Shows at 1815 and 2015.
S. C., S2c. who hails from Flint, Michigan With a final may like to read the author's version -

WtUstSD.-\Y-THE: UNEXPECTED GUEST, with William Boyd average of 87.G4; Gearing has this to say about the school : .
and Andy Clyde. Shows at 1815 and 2015. "Av-Fund gives fellows idea of
us a good the different rates The early days of airmail transportation -

TIIUKMl.AY-UNDERCOVER MAISIE starring Ann Sothern ami that make up the close organization of the Navy, and as- forms the backgroundof

Barry Nelson Shows at 1815 and 2015.Yellow\ sists in determining the rate for which you are most suited. BLAZE AT NOON by Erntwt
Gann. The time! is somewhere be.
I recommend this school to interested in
anyone striking
Water tweets the Wright Brothers and
for an aviation rate." Gearing will be in the next convening the B-20's. The four McDonald

'I'lIlmSnAV-_ __ __-n SHOW. class of-- -A-KM-- "A" SchooL- --- -- --. brothers begin! as stunt fliers at
The: number two man is YOW county fairs and later go into the
}'RIU.ASU: SATURDAY HAPPENED IN BROOKLYN.. Richard C., who comes from Ashe-, ers, radar gear or one of the multitude business of flying the mail. There
starring Kathryn Grayson Jimmy Durante and Frank Sinatra. boro. North Carolina, with an average -I of pieces of test --equipment is action, suspense and romance.
of 85.59. Yow has chosen the I These men are trained by the
SUNDAY-BLONDIE'S HOLIDAY, with Arthur Lake and Penny THE DARK WOOD .
U
AETM School. Of Av-Fund}; Dick navy to do a definite and important a psychological
Singleton. says: "The school has helped to I I I job so they must be aa educatedin novel of Stella, who refusesto

MONDAY AND TUtSU-\Y-8EA: OF GRASS with Spencer Tracy refresh me in the subjects that I their field as doctors, and they believe her husband has been
I, must work with the of killed overseas and of Mark, whJ(
and Kathryn Hepburn.WEDNESDAYTHE. took in high school. Rate Indoc- I precision
watchmakers Let's take look returns from the wars to find his
trination Classes helped: me to de- a
: : IMPERFECT LADY starring Ray Milland cide on an 'A' School." ''I around. The equipment that they wife through with him When the
work with is two meet Mark's strong resemblance
and Teresa Wright SHIPS COMPANY NEWS designed to do a cer-
tain job and is often worth many to her dead husband givesStella
TI1UK>DAY-NO SHOW.THINGS TAF welcomes back WASKO, thousands of dollars If it a new lease on life The
who has returned to from goes
duty haywire it has to be fixed and it is novel is the working out of the
the hospital where he had been recuperating -
TO DOABOARDFLEETS destinies of these
the AETM's job to find where the two unhappypeople
broken
from collarbone
a
trouble is. That's why these men By Christine Weston.
INN-Beer sold nightly 1730-2130 received during football prac- are so highly trained. In this
tice last December. The local ten- rate James Hilton wrote a "good sto
517. Sandwiches and snacks available. nis courts regain a prospective they don't repair any certain typo ry" in SO WELL REMEMBERED
jr'Bldg. champ and the 'little woman" regains of equipment all the time they : It is the story of George Bon well,
must know how to fix all the airborne -
a honeymoon mayor of a small English city,
BOWLING-Six alleys in Ship's Service avail- electronics gear. I
The Aerology Rate Shop movedto When a man finishes his who is about to learn that his wife
navy ca-
ftbla to all personnel Monday through Saturday its new location, Building 52(). reer he may carry all this knowledge !- I wants to divorce him Twenty
It's soon to become an operatinglab right into civilian life with years later he learns what this
17002130. League games have priority. and then we won't have to him. There are a number of high 'woman has done to the career of
listen to such precarious weather : the. man she married and to the
paying job he has been trained
reports as we've been getting from for. He can start his radio son of that marriage.
own repair
SWIMMING-(AU Outdoor Pool Closed) Indoor the outside. -
shop or go to work for one Or you can choose THE EGG
Pool 614 Recreational Congratulations are in order for of the radio manufacturing com- AND I, THE
J Bldg. Swimming. Monday YEARLING. THU
BOSS J. W., SKV3c whose wife
panies. This field is
still in its
infancy LATE GEORGE APLEY BRIT-
;;; through Friday, 1800 to 2045. Saturday 0900 to 2045 presented him with a big baby girl. and many opportunities are ANNIA MEWS, THE FOXES OB"
It is a general truth that some available in it for qualified men HARROW or even FOREVErt
Sunday 1300 to 2045. people never get the word. Not that who will go after them AMBER
the students of Av-Fund are not
subjected to the latest word I -
NATTO JLJBHARY Located la Auditorium. through numerous channels, but I

Open Monday, Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to Jt' the writer desires to minimize the :
number of students who fall in th
2100. Wednesday, 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sunday aforementioned category by men- I
I
1230 to 2100. tioning here a few important
things to remember when missing
out on a test.

A1IILETIO GEAR Available at Gear Locker, First of all one has to have a .
legitimate excuse such as being in .
-t Physical Training Department Bldg. 513 sick bay, hospital, or dental lim<.
before being allowed to take a
TtNNIS-Racquets and balls available at Physical ..
make-up test No excust' n i .
Training Bldg. 513. grade, and a zero is logged in pla e
of it. Our sympathy is extendedto .,
those students with low grades
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE
especially when they are due to
..lAKSOS'ILLECIIESBuses; : leave at frequent intervals sheer neglect The Asst. to rho' rIEl
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e as Navy. Surf bath- Training Officer detests seeing
Ing and other recreation at one ot worlds: finest ocean beaches. Bus poor grades on a student's recordIf

fare 25c. you have returned to youi r
FISHING AND BOATING: Cedar River on San d '.
CANOEING, class with a legitimate ex'use AM'MMIM
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last atop on make arrangements immediat";>
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor with your company commander to

boats-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. see Mr Myers in the Test I'mi,
lower left wing of Building 425: H
STRIKER Czar Alexander I, of Russia, Is the one who determines the vat
brought up the question of disarmament idity of your excuse, and the tim
before nations as earlyas and place the mak '-up test will b*'
1816 given. '
AETM: RATE SHOP I

1- Mt4It, From Oxen Today, let's take a peek thr.>ugh
4-e The "goldbeater's skin," used to the door of the AETM shop and I
separte the leaves of metal in sea what goes on their rate and

goidbeating, ia the prepared outside what problems they meet III a" .
.' }4' membrane of the large intestines average day's. work. '

:: of the ox. Strange, there's no loud, sound of
t rivet guns or banging of hammers, '
htdd$ Flrnt Rank just the occasional blare or hum ,
Ohio ranks first in capacity of of a radio speaker which can't b<* .

4iF hot-rolled sheet and strip steel Identified as any special: sound

production, with Indiana, Pennsylvania Why not'These ,
and Michigan following highly skilled technicians' "Stairway to Heaven," the English-made! Technicolor film described
in respective order. may be working on any one of a AM a "heavenly love tory," give Detroit-born Kim Hunter the top
score of pieces of electronic equip- romantic role of her career. Appearing opposite David Nlven. ah

The song ot the paratroopers: ment It's all in a day's work, they Joins Raymond Massey and Englishman Roger Lively in telling a
tt don't mean a thing if you may be working on one of the delightful story of two( world Heavenly sequence of the film are lr
Ion't pull that string" many types of transmitters, receiv Monochrome. the earth sequence in TechnicolorPag9





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ypAR I IT1 Air Raiders In ;THE CHAMP ,.... I I4. I Fisher Wins Title In



Chi. In Bid FoAllNavy I,:' 'I t ,i l, *''ft! I.
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Basketball Team were { i: An untried team, led
The .: '<:: 7! ring by
"ncrambunkio sly"] e n t e rtained l NATTC Air Raiders took off I ,, <' ;1i.IA;: __r .w. ., I II Bouchard High ManIn Coach Al Sinibaldi, competed in

last Saturday night at an Outdoor by plane for Great Lake', Ill., Monday -I i. ;:, I the recent NATAC Boxing Chanrnpionships
"
Supper-Party given by Lt. 4 4jg) .;,.
Bowling
ando Mrs Cooley. to participate in the 8-team I League ; : at Ottumwa. Two of

Besides the Burgers! and Beer I All<-Navy' Basketball Tournament .'p .. 'fj; ; 'TOB TeamSome I the seven man team went' to the
IN '
a htgMtght of the party was the', They played their first' game- last I s. .. :', : Highest Semi-finals, but only one wiappy

popular] Trippli Game, that is, night against: the 2nd Marine Di- ijk'; i f l notes facts and figures! 'Jack Fisher came out eventually: :
vision, Atlantic Fleet but the :
UftUJpmber] Petcavich and "Peg"WaHacet w'"s ;
have recently been released from I
of final { as Champion. Fisher won the titlein
summary the game or .
formed atrust $ ab
a puect, 1 :
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Training Department
the Physical
.p-
core were too kite to make this' x :' the 147 pound class
broke the bank !
which, eventually The latest thing to be announcedis
SWrglances Petite Ann Cooley edition. :i a station Bowling tournament Larry Each, 135-pounder went
playingtag with Russells, her Besides' the Air Raiders, seven t. \ t'.g.: featuring five teams from the En- as far as the Semi-finals] He drewa

hero; Metzler and Allen looking other teamsare
very collegiate in lette*" sweaters : Tourney, which started last night .;? ;".,,; r t. League pitted against five of the a. decision in the Semi-finals! One
hard'' and will continue thtough until bey Bob Scott who was entered
; big-boy Blom having a +; $ : same from Mainside
tiMe i dodging sueh items M odd Saturday night, when the Cham- .r :. i, will bowl three in the 130 Ib. division, was overweight
teams
of the United States Navy ; i The gamesper for his division, and IO!
fitftois stray coke bottles, and ashtrays pion
; .... for three on
night nights
.
i will M. crownedand awarded the .. didn't get to compete. In the ensuing -
Ann Johnson glancing ,
; ,< .' March 31, April 1, and April 2 at
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I Secretary of the Navy's trophy time between take-off from
vwetly at her hero Tommie: Miss ,,
s"\"': 1900, The first night three teams
Sanders Throttle elegant The other seven teams are: Naval I," Mainside and fight time in Ottumwa
sporting :
.i
from each station will bowl at
I Hawaiian Area: Moffett Field, Cal- ;. Scott had gained too much
blue visor lamplighter .,
cap Mainside and two will bowl here,
ifornia : NATB Pensacola! Fla: weight. Rockway, who fought in
'jtantoy singing the ballad by theme "'fA ,'t.. and the next night the teams will
.
Marine Bks, Quantico Va; 2nd < the 125 division lost a close
very
name with the aid of a tiny I :: be switched, presenting a home and
Marine Div, Atlantic Fleet Ma- decision in the opening round.
ukering;; match: and se it was, home series' The five teams from
goodnight We'all shore had a rine Corps Air Station El Toro : NAS a 153 while Many thought the decision could _
Santa Anna, Calif.; and NAS carry average have been reversed Irland light
wonderful time, yeah, hey .
',. the teams from NATTC carry only
{ .
Quonset Point, R. I. : ing at 155, was assumed\ to have
,
Lt. '
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Head Coach Harry Knickelbine won a decision by the fans but the
the 30th of 1125 pin handicap The eventualwinner
day coming up on wilt probably start his! usual "three :'< : '" judges ruled different, and Irlanl]'..
will be found
:March: We all know he couldn'tLe by totalingthe
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tall ones 'find two short ones Al opponent was given the decision.
tntire number of pinsfor the
45 earsbut
a day over > anyhow
it's a HAPPY BIRTHDAYTO Henningsen, with an 18 points per .' > five teams. Irland mixed in a fine one, two
Charlie Kerr, and punch-jab and right cross but
YOU from "The Gang1'It game average Some of the statistics compiled
Doc Johnson are the tall ones and (' ","""f. apparently the breaks were
is' with a great deal of pleasure during the Bowling season in the him.
Ron McNay and Jim Coddington against
that this columnist is the first ) Enlisted Mens Bowling League
both ball handlers par excellent are I Bob Perkins fought in the 165
to make an official announcementof show:
Ann's and Tommie's engagement the shorties. Available reserves ,.<.' 1:.. Ib. division. He sent his opponent
will be Swede Kuehl, Polack Pan- < < High team game-TOA, 875.
JeTrii''j.c; to the canvas with a terrific right
Congratulations, to you ABOVE IS.A .> of
team for 3
Bill Clark and High games-TOB
ek, W. J. Cudd, hand to the chin in the first round,
I
both Jack Fi her, 147 pound pugilist, 2461.
We' were glad to welcome back Lou Styiman]---. I who has been N A TTC's outstand- High individual gameBouchardof I only] to have his opponent jumpup

"Jennie," but we wonder if she I ing boxer in the past months He TAF 255. I before the slow counting referee

really got that fever blister froma Point Totals is stocky of height, and nearly] High individual 3 games-Bou- could count him out, and
('old. there are a lot of Irish- Trophy always has to face a much taller chard 586 I then turn the tables on Bob, kayoing -
in that of the country, him in the middle of the third
men part opponent. Last week he copped High season average for 27
McNally says the best libertytown Listed; MAD Leads the Middleweight Championship games-TOB 149. round Del Greco fighting Heavy

is Miami, and who wouldn't? of the Naval Air Train- Total average for 27 games by I weight, had a man-sized job in
On his recent week-end trip with I Athletic Conference at Ot- I that division, and lost in the first
Teams With 267 Pts. ing 10 teams- in the League-140.flOM ,
the Jax-Navy swimming team, tumwa. But a few weeks J>efore I i round. Del Greco weighs only 172.

who opposed' Miami University, total that he worked his way to a Fisher had no easy time win
the I
points
Listed below are
the gals went all out with the has toward hard won Championship in the ning his title. He drew a bye in
dance beach and even furnishedthe each' Ship Co. Division of the- Jacksonville Golden Gloves. The the first round, but from thereon J

auto Some people have all the'' winning possession Jacksonville]) team went to New ,, things got plenty tough. In the

luck, eh, boys? Captain Intramural Trophywhich York for the fipals of the Eastern semi-finals he faced Wm ell of
: is awarded quarterly.MAD SHORT SHOTSThe Ward Island] Winsell is
The quiz kids of the personnelofhce Golden Gloves, but Jack was by no
an InterestingquaRtion 267 Med SO beaten in the semi-finals on a means a slouch in the ring. In the
brought up TEA 217 Vi, TEB 75 close decision. He comes from Championship round, Fisher faced
other The
the day. conversation -
went like this: TAF 212 Vfc\ TTM 57 Va Petoskey, Michigan Under the TOA division wants to extend off against Eddie De Core of
TOA 210 TLT 55 guidance of veteran fighter Al its heartiest congratulationsto Mainside This fight was called the
Dobcfn, looking over a list of : TOB 202T 55 Smibaldi he has improved rapidly the Marine Air Detachment bas- I best fight of the tournament.

travel time charts, "Mr Brunson, I Disb.' 175 P 45 and someday may be a success ketball team, on their winning of and Fisher finally won on a very
just' look at the way they have TCT 120 G 45 in the tough boxing game the NATTC basketball tourna- close decision.
spelled ARKANSAS!" TAI 30 .
TAM H) 9 J ment. TOA after four consecutivewins I

Mr. Brunson, a native of that TAS b71 IAA in the round-robin tournamentlost

state, looks at the offensive chart I In addition to these points already ALL HANDS INSPECTION to the Marines by a 27-22 LEAGUE STANDING

and laughs. mustered, every team will score. Team Won Lost I'd.
HELD ON SATURDAY
Dobfcon, continuing, You' have a chance for more points One I Training 12 4 ,7M

KNOW, any fool knows that AR- hundred points will be awardedto MORNING FOR 2800 The biggest news at Building 611 I Dental 12.4 ,7)0:

KANSAS is spelled' A-R-K-A-N- the winner- of a Volleyball tournament is that "Shaky" D. A. Carlin has Administration 4 7 .MO

S-A-W1"! to be held on April 7: a I An All Hands Inspection was become a papa. "Shaky s" wife I Civilian 1 6 8 .429

More chuckles, out of Mr. Brun- Tennis- Tournament- on April 14; I held-] on the big drill field off York- I Beverly, presented him with a 7 TEA 6 8 ..429I 0

Hon At this moment Fiscus, the and a Horse Shoe Tournament also -I town Avenue Saturday morning, 22 pound 11 oz. baby boy and we are Civilian 2 3 11 214i

other wheel, stumbles, ] in. on April 14 Trophy points will March 194"There I'' glad to report that both mother- I ___ _

Mr Brunson, 1Fiscus, how would also be awarded the teams on the' are some 2800 men aboardat ,and son are doing well]!. Papa is still)) i

you spell ARKANSAS" basis'of five points for competing NATTC, and were divided into' in pretty bad shape, but Mondayhe i

Fiscus, "Why, A-R-K-A-N-S-A" 10 more if you win, five more If 5 different Battalions for the Inspection had just enough strength t.)

Mr. Brunson, "You sure can tell you lose. The Marines- and the I pass out cigars
Dobson and Fiscus went to the I Chief Petty Officer Companies *

same school! NOTICE! formed the Headquarters Battalion. i TOA division was complimentedby

Well, this is Mille Amps, a native In the first Battalion were all Non- : Lt. Sutton, Officer in Charge,

of Arkansas, saying no long Tryouts for the NATTC Varsity Training Ship's Co, and then each upon their neat appearance at the

until next week I Baseball Squad will be held at School with its Ship's Co, and students all hands inspection last Saturdays

I I I the Baseball field on AlleghenyRoad. forming the next three battalions *

A new plastic] 20 to 30 per cent' All candidates should report The Ordnance "A" School barracks t""

stronger than aluminum and four at the end of their regularly] ] All Hands were commended on 52 is now in tip-top shape, 6
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scheduled classes' or working their excellent by Chief has
J P cent lighter has been develop- appearances Lmdsey personally taken
t'' I hours. I Commander R. P. Beebe. I charge of the job of interior-dec- eI :
--- the barracks and it
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.. has a complete new paint job. It I
is up to all hands to keep the bar-
a racks clean and liveable.]
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This week we bid fond farewell l?

to class 24. Haworth Chance. c .

Howard, Kramer, Shivers- and
CJemons are now ready for further -

I assignment We will)) particu- I
: larly miss Howard and his original I

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record for this season's play IB shown above They recently copped the NATTC intramural Basketball "l ibbpf, certainly make people "a. quiet roll I
past I the Is
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: NAS Fliers Cop I NAS Boxing Team Takes Baseball Season


Season Closer Opens TuesdayAgainst
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51-40, Monday 2nd. In NATAL TourneyThe Florida '


scrappy NAS boxing team -------------- -- --- -------
By Bill Kehl, S2c returned from Ottumwa Monday the outstanding boxer of the tour clous right to the jaw which put By Doug Crocket, S2c
night bringing back a second placein ney outdid himself in his first the Iowa boy out on his feet. An-
Skipper Ray Pflum's NAS the Naval Air Training Ath- bout by flooring Greene of Ward I other right picked the favorite off With the opening game of
Tax Fliers rang down the curtain letic Conference. Just as in the Island three times before knock- the deck and Hesse didn't move a the 1947 baseball season only
on their basketball sea Golden Gloves, the locals had the Ing him out with the clincher. muscle for 15 seconds five the starting
days
rosin in the This attack worked at the away,
Greene hit the once again
best team in the tourney but sick-
son Monday night when they ness and bad breaks left them first round, twice in the second expense of Burlinson of Memphisin nine of the NAS Flier squadis
dropped the highlytoutedNAS with too few fighters to come out and for the last time in the third one minute and 15 seconds oi working feverishly in an
Banana River cage five, victorious.The stanza the first round. DeCore weakened attempt to catch up to the

51-40, at Mainside Auditor tourney was not decided In the final, Mike tangled with Burlinson with body punches and and more experienced Gators
then caught him with a left
Fliers' 30th until the final and when the Roache of Pensacola, a Golden
the fight
ium. It was right to the head and Burlinson from Florida University.
Gloves and holder of an
champ
encounter of the season, and last Ohristi bell had had taken sounded the champion-, Corpus AAU championship Hernandez's I slumped to the canvas for tht Eight of the nine starting po-

the win was their 22nd as; ahip: with 17 points to the locals' brilliant all-around ring work gave countIn itions on the Flier team have
against eight losses. 16 Pensacola took third place him a unanimous decision He jabbed I the final fight_._of this class teen clinched, and with the
........ first round -
for ... Roach silly in the
It was sweet revenge, also, e iB 4 exception of the starting
and dropped him for a short count d AP
the Jax netters, for the Banana the early in the second. From then on ntcher, the team now work-

River Pflummen outfit a had conference administered loss earl It was Mike's fight. ng out daily will probably

ier this year on their home court 2r Hammerin' Henry Schillizzi was ake the field on Tuesday at
started fast and w the other NAS champ and his dynamic jiainesville
The visitors
fists : him two victories
held a 6-0 lead before team captain gave Henry The" Florida game will be the
and the championship.
T, S. Ary dropped in a bucket .:umbt through the ropes to face nrst: of 50 scheduled games fo
and a free throw .for the Fliers Tedesi of Memphis on Thursday P he locals, and if they can clinch-
local started .first in the Naval Air Train-
Then the cagers afternoon, and early in the first place
clicking and moved ahead to a mncl the Memphis boy went down ng Athletic Conference, they will
20-11 advantage at the first quay'ter i.it a short count. Schillizzi i lam- rep the Iron Man Trophy which
stop. 5'KR a 6 her'rl! all over him for the rest 01 hi.i.i. won last year
Jim DeGroote and Harry Platt t the round, and rocked Teikith '';r When tin Fliers race out to
kept the Fliers in front in the set ; hits and rights. He flout I hrir< positions on Tuesday head
ond canto as the former pushed hun again in the first and the .a\1\ 'I. S. Ary will assume duties
In three two-pointers and Plait Memphis pugilist was in troub! fust r base. Ary played the im1 -
pumped four baskets through the d t the end of the round" Early il sack. in the latter part of last
nets. Paced by their captain and I 1.\I tol"' :second stanza. Schillizzi sei luson and his all-around ability
coach Ed Berger, the visitors pulled .opponent i up with two jabs> and 1 i 'ft little to be de. ired Following
up within a single point of the hen HIOI'I\l'd] him out with a right h\,' baseball season, he starred at
Fliers at the intermission rest : P-- ('I'OSSihat ,'1\\\ I on the football team and has
stop, trailing 28-27 night Schillizzi fought Ol list tini;;hed the basketball season
':But Coach Pflum's fast-bieak It\'twt mtiantone of Pensacola for liter leading the Fliers to a suesstul -
specialists were not to be tampered the championship and fought mot .' \ <' season on the hardwoodThe
with Monday night as Platt, the best fights of his life Hi territory around second
Ary, and DeGroote kept a steady opponent had been a former Gold tr base will be aptly handled by E 1Laivton.
stream of shots headed for the I en Gloves national champ an youngest member of the
hoop to keep the Fliers well out Army champ in the ETO and an starting nine. All of Guyton's ex-
in front. At the end of the third "e'- .... AAU champ Henry took the first, henry hchillizzi "' :enence was gained in high school
period, the Fliers held a comfort- 'likeIIpranlln round by virtue of his brilliant ast year and in the city leagues
I
able 41-31 lead over the down- boxing and then knocked the DeCore shuffled out to meet JacK around Uniontown, Pa. His consistency
state quintet. with J5; and NATTC Jax grabbed Puerto Rican clear across the ring ,I Fischer of NATTC. Fischer hada both at the bat and in
Buck Buntin held Berger down off the fourth spot with ten. I early in the second setto The last reputation that would chill the the field however are expected to
in the last half, limiting the big The brunt of the load was car- round was a draw, but a unanimous : stoutest of hearts, but DeCore aid in Flier frays this season.
forward to a duo of free tossesin ried by the triple terrors of NAS, decision went to the NAS stood and swapped punches with Coach Ary will have little worries -
the final twenty minutes of Henry Schillizzi Mike battler the NATTC boy and at one time about the shortstop post this
play. and Eddie DeCore who Hernandez'l' The next of the terrific trio to staggered Fischer half-way across year with Nig Allen, third baseman -
Big gun for the locals was Platt of the 16 point total. show his wares was Eddie DeCore, the ring. It was a close fight, and and sparkplug of last year's
with 14 points on seven buckets. brilliant ring work, they battered runner-up in the 115-pound championships I when the decision went to Fischer team: roaming all over the short
Ary was close behind with 13 their way through the tourney up- Ed was the only NAS I many of the fans greeted the field Allen possesses one of the
markers on five baskets and a trio setting boxers of many years experience point getter to compete in three choice with boos and cat-calls, best throwing arms on the squad
of gratis pitches. Not far behind who had garnered almost bouts and every one was a thriller. I "Butch" Davis was the other and he hits with a vengeance.
these two were DeGroote and Bun- every amateur championship possible He first took on Hesse of Ot NAS boy who garnered honors in Typical of the storied hot corner
tin who garnered 11 and 10 points tumwa: a national Golden Glover I the tourney. He first took on Nich- guardians is Jim Zienta who will
respectively. The change of climate had muchto who had won his last seven fights ols of Pensacola, and his aggres- take over the third base post. Zien
final AppearanceNot do' with keeping NAS from first I by K.O.'s and was supposed to be siveness and body punching gave ta is a big rangy boy who has
only was it the final gameof place Angie Synodis and Jim Re- j the: star of the tourney. I him the decision. In the finals, he batting eyes like Ted Williams.
the season for the Fliers, butit gan were sick and could not fight I tat DeCore met his favored oppon- met Meglier of Corpus but the He has played service ball with
was also the final appearance all. And to make matters : ent with vicious body punches Texan was bigger and had tha such greats as Whitey Kurowski.
Ary, Platt, and Buntin will make worse, Frank O'Hara was also ill and after two rounds Hesse was '! reach on the local scrapper. Davis and tagged Mickey Harris, now
for the Air Station on the hard- condition to show his tired. DeCore then could be
and in no very charged fought as good a fight as of the Red Sox for a deciding
wood since all three will be following top-flight ring know-how his tactics and early in the third expected, but Meglier was just round-tripper in the Panama
civilian pursuits by the Mike Hernandez, who was voted round he caught Hesse with a vi- too big and took the decision League Championships a few
next season rolls ---------------------
time years cage -
back .
years .
around.All three turned in most credit- Executive Department And Flight No. 12-1 The leftfield garden will be patrolled -
a heavyset -
able performances this season, and by Wally Hayges
the trio were really the main cogs Take lead In Officers' Bowling LeagueThe horsehider who has slashed
in the fast-steping, hardfightingFlier hits all over Mason Field in intra-
._ squad games He hits from the
machine. Platt has played
teams of the NAS Officers -- -- --- -- - ---
for the Fliers as has right side of the plate and is very
two seasons ,
A&R and ATU No. 4 are trailingthe
Bowling League are at long last the bases. Hayges played
fast on
and Buntin completed ins
,
Ary league at present with 1-3 More Qualify For
initial year for the local outfit. starting to spread out after four I records.It Softball for Cecil Field last yearin
Ary was high-point man for the weeks of keen competition. Of the addition to playing some top-
I was announced recently that : 1 April Officers notch hard ball.
season, closely tailed by Platt, first last
four teams tied for place the high scorers of the week would
with Buntin fourth in tho A roving centertielder who will!
scoring column placing to round out the week, only two are now left in the : receive prizes for their accomplishments ; Golf TournamentWith captivate the fans in the coming
and the first awardsof
fore ,
I is Hal Tilton a left handed
roster. Ary and Platt were evenly I season
matched in the scoring bracket, The Executive Department and the season will be presented 11 of the better officer batter who throws from the star
and when the final reports are fin- Flight No. 12 are battling it out Monday. High scorer in the male golfers on the station already board side lie has a brilliau
ished there should be little differ- with 3-1 records while Seventh bracket last week was Lt. Comdr. qualified and many more "braid" whlp-lipe throw and takes a vicious -
Naval District NAR- William O Stienke, who knocked linksmen expected to qualify be- ball
ence between the mfmber of points Operations cut at the connecting
and 238 pins from the alleys, and high fore the end of the week, the of-
each racked up to his credit and TU, ATU No 6. and Supply more often than he misses.
all hold 2-2 slates female scorer was Laura Sandei- ficers' golf tourney is fast becom
for the NAS Jax cause. Accounting Sun fielder for the locals in the
son with 250. of discussionon .
ing the main topic
-- Florida will be Bob Beau-
------1 During the.past week. NARTU the local course. Match play game
HOOP MANAGERS dreau, assistant coach and a member
I 1I I topped A&R, Executive Depart- for the tourney will begin 1 April, of last year's excellent nine

w ment outpinned Seventh Naval The eleven who have already 'I Bob is a slugger all the way and
District Operations, Flight No 12 turned in the three cards necessary -, is very versatile at any position
defeated ATU No.4, and Supplyand to qualify are Captain Mor- on. the field

Accounting toppled ATU No. house, Comdr. Sweeney, Comdr. The catching duties will be taken -
6 Sintic, Lt Beall, Lt Babcock,
care of by Joe Crane, a smart
'r a t \ J 1 Comdr. Shifley, Comdr Emrick, receiver with a bullet-like peg

lima City, Iowa (SEA) John Ens, Lawson Lt. Longster, Lt and a fair hitter. Crane played ball
McKay didnt surprise anyone Cleland, and Lt. Comdr Chuck- in the Pacific during the war and

when he won a steak-eating con- now. has had the necessary experience
test sponsored by a local restaurant Golf Gazing to run the team from behind the
He ate for two hours and Work has started on the new plate
finished off 10 steaks to his oppo nine and the driiiny range should Jack Seidwitz, brilliant pitcherof
nent's six But he's a big boy be finished in about a month anda last season seems to be the
lie's six feet four inches tall and half A "white hat" tourney number one hurler at present but
weighs 250 pounds. The prize wasa will be held immediately after the there is no telling what may turn
steak dinner. termination of the Officers tourn- up in the abundant mound staff
.M 4 ament Free lessons will/ be In addition to Seidwitz Coach
I Softball Practice given to any enlisted man who is Ary has ben blessed with such
new at the game at 1630 Thursday flingers as Joe Clark, Hank La-
I Starts Next Week at the golf shack Cotta, Ken Berryman Tony Gezzelll -
.
I With the termination of the Bruce Adcock, and Jim

basketball reason, plans are be- Station Keglers To leyNATTC Da-- .
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ing |a>ed for the NAS Intra- -
mural softball league at NAS. Meet NATTC TeamsThe i will be host to three teams
: >, Equipment will be issued! to the and Mainslde will greet two teams
r various teams and practice five top teams of the NAS The Wednesday night arrangements -
L r I should start M inlay or Tues enlisted men's bowling league will will be the same as on opening -
_._ s4J night.
--------- -- (lay meet the station's traditional rivals
F.. \\' PEOPLE REALIZE:: the w. .rk which must be done by the After three weeks of practice, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday NAS final standings:

basketball managers who have to keep the hoop squad equipped the league games will begin when they take on five teams from VSB .......... .................. ..... 5-0
with the necessary gear at all times Some of the duties of Chief Heads of Department Interested NATTC. The tourney will be held Marines: .. .__...... ..._.............. 3-2
A. F Wright (right and Frank Uobsnn AMM3c include getting in participating are urged on both NATTC and NAS alleys. I A&R .... .. _. .. .......... 2-3
the dirty gear to the laundry, keeping the team fitted with clean to send their applications via at 2-3
material, checking out shoes balls:: iwela, and the like, plus many yard mall to Ens. T. S. Ary at Mainside Three games and two will at be NATTC played on I rlhr .':' :"':"'::'-:'::' -.::::::::::::::. 2:3

other activities which might demo.. un. .mptant, to the average per- Building 726. Monday night On Tuesday Photo Lab 1-4 I
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