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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 11, 1948
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Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 7th Naval District

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

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LOOKING. .__ _. _THEM_ OVER _. _"'<. ___ _'.:._ ,_ : Work Of Novy Combo.Artists .




: : c Is No w OnExhibition


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I (Photos on Page Five)
a Hundreds of art-loving Jaxons thronged the mezzanineof

Cohen Brothers Department Store in Jacksonville Tues-

-:, day for the first local showing of "Operation Palette"-a collection
t: of 100 paintings by Navy combat artists. Described as

1 one of the finest collections to come out of the war", the

' display will be at Cohen's until :Tuesday.
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iI u.: --- Many local Navy> dignitaries
wore present at the opening of the
NEARLY 450 NAS exhibition, including Rear Admiral
and Mrs Ralph Davison, Captain
and Mrs. Herbert S. Duckworth,
EMPLOYEES TO BE
Captain and Mrs. L. Y. Mason,
Captain and Mrs. D. W. Harrigan
DROPPED 30 MARCHMarch and their guests, Captain and Mrs.
H. C. Wick, Comdr. J. D. Sh.-a,
30th will be the last. Lt. Comdr. K. C. Doe, and Lt. < '
A. Merryman.A .
_.. day of work for approximately
__ -- I iI1i -""" number of Jacksonville civif
FLANKED BY WINNERS H. B. Clayton and H M Perks left and Ens A L Stingle and J. 450! civilian employees of Pub- leaders were also in attendance t *
E. Mayo I irighti I, Captain Herbert S. Duckworth, ohiet: judge of the Photo Contest points out prize- lic Works, Supply, and A&H view the collection. Among them
winning features of an entry to Comdr. F. J Brush NAS Executive Officer. Contest winners who received notices of re- : were Mayor C. Frank Whitehead,
were announced Monday after tabulation of the votes of the five judges. duction-in-force two weeks Olin Watts, President of the Jack.
---- -- -- -- -- -- sonville Chamber of Commerce:
ago, it was announced this I Harold Hilton, President of the
Three Contestants Win Major Share, week by A. 0. Anderson, Ci- Florida Federation of Art: J
vilian Personnel Officer. I Richard Stevens, President of the

; Of Prizes In Station Photo Contest The reduction, the largest In Jacksonville Arts Club; and Mi.r
the history of NAS, was brought and Mrs. David'Nussbaum.In .
about by a decrease in the work- I order to give more Jaxons a
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; ? Three amateur hutterbugs dominated "Wanna Come In ?" 'Vhich received Miscellaneous Division with "The load of Public Works and A&R chance to see the collection, it
f" the entire field of con- Honorable Mention. "Hot Sanctuary." and a cut in the civilian personnel was decided yesterday to spilt -\
:',:. testants in the Station Photo Rock" by Stingle took the runner- I Clayton, in addition to copping ceiling for the station. ; into two groupings-the second
h' Contest which (ended last week, I up spot in the Portrait Division, runner-up laurels in the Children's Principally affected by the reduction I to be exhibited at the \Woman\
;: according to the verdict of the five and he took second, also, in the Division, took Honorable Mention were the positions of aircraft Club on Riverside Avenue.All .
..y judges who spent two days: picking in the Action Division with "Hot mechanic (general), aircraft Naval personnel were being
y I' .... mechanic (motor), metalsmith, urged to take of the
[. the winners in the various ---- --- Rods" and the No 2 spot in the advantage
: # divisions. Scenic Division with "Peaceful." machinist, and helper '(general)). : opportunity to view the paintings
Chief A. Bingham practically First prize winner in the Action Others receiving RIF notices included I I which have caught the drama of
walked off with all honors in the Division was J. E. Mayo's "Leapin"Lena" aircraft mechanic (ordnance a nation at war."Operation .
f contest, closely followed by Ens. I| H. M. Perks captured the ), carpenter, electrician, I Palette" has received -
electroplater, heat treater, ma- wide acclaim in both the United
A. L. Stingle. Other winners were : runner-up position in this cate-
H. B. Clayton, J. E. Mayo, and ', gory with his "Last Lap." chine operator, moulder, painter, (Continued on Page v)
radio mechanic,
.;. H. M. Perks. | In most of the classes, competition patternmaker re-
$ mechanic sailmaker
frigeration ,
:{'"' "Grounded", Bingham'a entry a was very keen, with the win- sheetmetal worker, toolmaker, up- :JC1I /,
::, ner only a point or two ahead of
.. in the Miscellaneous Division, took
holsterer, welder ( ), helper
gas
, the Grand Prize of $25. It also the runner-up. Nearly all of theentries ;
aircraft mechanic (general), helper ; Sarp
,
brought the chief a $10 prize for were top quality, makingthe electrician, helper metalsmith, I
( first in its judges' job a difficult one. To "
place Bingham.
I group. sandblaster laborer, helper wood- .JII... to remind ulien
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make the contest fair jou
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,. in addition to taking Honorable as as possible
worker, and sheetmetal
helper you hear a fire, crash, or ambulance -
all
. scored
photos the
were
on
', Mention in the same division with worker,
', '- his "Long Legs", almost made a (Continued on Page 4)) | siren it means for you
While no figures are availableat
I to pull your car over to the'ide
I clean sweep of two other classes I this time, it is expected that I of the road IMMEIl.ITELV : : : -
" -the Portrait and Scenic Divisions. additional reductions will be necessary -
and STOP, giving a clear
He took first plac10 the Branch 91 Of Fleet to Coincide with futuremanpowl"r | highway:'
former with his portrait of "Judy" i requirements. 1 _|
and Honorable Mention for "'Marjorie" Reserve Will Hear --.-- -
L;, In the latter, his "Cool )It | TOKEN APPRECIATION _

;! ,..' Water" won top honors and his National PresidentNational .,. '," ... A.
Mr.
f. "Power" drew Honorable Men : ::' ,.
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tion. "''''''''''-'''
J( 1WA&iI President Fredrick E. ;
, .. Ens. Stingle captured a first A, JUNG 11 AM! was the out- Grammer of the Fleet Reserve
in the Children's Division, which standing photographer of the Association will address membersof
L WM added to the four originally- contest winning firsts in the Branch 91 at a special meet-
!:.:' announced divisions by the judges Portrait, Scenic, and Miscellaneous ing of the local group next Tues- ,. i
:; 1.. ,' because of the large number of groups, as well as hon- day m the ballroom of the Roose- .
." ;' photos of this type entered in the orable mention in those same velt Hotel
: '. competition. His "Hi Fellas!" divisions. He also captured the Prior to the meeting' President j
nosed out H. B. Clayton's "First grand prize for the photo receiving Grammer will be the guest of

Christmas"honors,, and which his took other runner-, points from the greatest the judges.number of honor at a dinner staged by mem- 1
up entry bers of Branch 91 at the hotel. 1i
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-4I Welfare Arranges Week-End Tour the meeting at 2000.is slated to get underway 1i I I

At present, Mr. Grammer is visiting -

Of St. Augustine For Personnel Fleet all Reserve active Association branches of within the i

. An all-expense, week-end tour of historic, picturesque the continental limits of the Unit-

St. Augustine has been arranged for station personnel ed The States.speaker will be introduced y Kh za

through the NAS Welfare Office. The two-day, sight-seeing by President James E. Cundy of ,I
i. .' trip to the oldest city in the United States includes three Branch 91 who will preside at the

. ;Jo meals, overnight accommodations in a St. Augustine hotel, special affair.It I

and visits to all of the city's famous landmarks for only was announced regular that semi-monthly'the localbranch's '' x

1550. meetings for March have been
;.. The first trip is slated f r the I I cancelled so as not to interfere'
week-end of 20 March and, if it is Coffee Shop. Following breakfast : with Crammer's visit to Jackson
deemed successful, the enterprise another sight-seeing tour is ville. 1 Aa
;. will become a standard feature scheduled. Points of interest to .
,k. ,. here, being scheduled every other be visited include the Fountain of
f'. week-end. Youth, the Oldest School-house in Savings Bond Officers
At 1330, a chartered bus will the United States, the Oldest
....-r leave the station arriving in St. House, the Old Fort, the LaLache Prepare For Big Drive ,,.; Augustine at 1145. After checking Shrine, and other tourist attrac
r- in at the Alhambra Hotel, tions. Navy Savings Bond Officers met '
the tourists will go on a sightseeing After this tour, the sightseerswill Monday in the Administration
wa. tour to St. Augustine again dine at the El Patio Building to lay plans for conduct -
t.; '''W''" Beach and the famous alligator Restaurant, and then, after a few ing the Security Loan Drive whichis
:s and ostrich farm. hours of free time, the party will scheduled to begin on 15 April
At 1900, dinner will be served in head back to the station arriving According to Lt. H. A. Lund
f, the El Patio Restaurant and then here at 1800.Reservations. blom, Staff Bond Officer, tin-
t- the visitors may either see a play and tickets may whole-hearted support and con- HUGH TOMPKINS, Tae of the Personnel Office shows his
!s at the Artillery Lane Playhouse be obtained from Chief D. L. Wilkins scientious effort of all bond representatives gratitude to the Red Cross, which helped him out ot financial diffI-
or gd' to a dance at the Beach in the Welfare Office, Bldg. in contacting each individual culty three times in the past year, by turning in his contribution
; Hotel. 3. All reservations must be made : was necessary to insure of a dollar to Liela Dickey, departmental chairman. The Red Cross
J' {:.:>t' Sunday morning breakfast will by 1200 Friday, the day before the success of the canvass between 15 now entering the second week of its 1918 fund campaign, mad\
be served In the Alhambra Hotel trip. April and 30 June. hundreds of loans to those in need at NAS last year j


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_"_ l1f\W S I L Letters To The EditorDear I il- Commercial Bulletin I I


DulJeUn trill b# accepted until able, sold indlv ItiimlU or as whole,
Editorial Offices Editor: I space has been filled, but nut later I txt 8122: Mis. Scott, niKA Rai*
St.. NAS
South slug Lower Deik UUff. 930 I am writing this letter hoping that by than )(IOU 'lueKday, KM. 8230.FOR I, Flve-ii dolph>om hung.+low. Attached n-'iowei,

Telephone Extension 8184 doing so it might come to the attention of large scieened porch two !gas floor
SAL furnaces, lofr Ixeiator, r nnge, and
Arthur M. Orecue, Editor someone who can do something about the 1941 N.w.h "&0" four-door If'dlln. exhaust "Convenient to NAS and .

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the I people who drive their cars behind and be- clean Will sacrifice my equity $2110. 2-0379 downtown or ext.Rivet 151'dale, Slarck.Gat'dens. Phone

L S :saval Air Station. JLLkllon\'ille; : Florida and side the houses in the I Balance E. financed, assume note B. Outboard motor, Johnson twin cvllrw
row housing
area BiouKhion, Alt Base Trailer : ;
.
i) :L .cd lommeiudlly with nun-appropriated funds Tump. der, 4 2 hp. model A-80. Not; adapt
I in Dewey Park where, I understand, this is able for liolllnt. $50. Carson, ext.
b' ,1' t\p: .nst to the government; and in compliancewith 1939 Ford tiuloi New motor, good 532.
Mi.Nav; Circular; Letter 45-1918 dated 12 De- I forbidden by regulations.Must tiles sealed beam lights, new paint. Foil KK>r

i..u i ii)45. Copies are distributed free of charge I some child be- injured. badly, or $325.mi&A. 01 Norman best St.offer Dewey J. D.Park.Gate, Room with kitchen privllpgvs, near

a<. \Hit Natal Air Station, the Naval Air Technical even killed before this inconsiderate and 1937 Studebaker Dktatoi. Good; motor NAS bus line. Phone j-bAiti. MID:,
T, aiiiinK Center, the Headquarters of the NavalA new batter", 1043 tag. $200 Johnson, ;J761 Mia St.
i Ashamed! Training Command Headquarters of verydangerous practice is stopped ? It I cash K J. \\'ells phone 2-30J9, ext. Double loom in private home, nextto
I bath. Gtoss, -U57 Post St.
111 MM nth Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air seems now is the time to act, not when the 594, 1281 Cumber land Hoad. Room next to bath $4 per week

fc-u.tin: Cecil<< Field the Naval Air Gunnery Range damage is done. 1941 math Oldsmobile dilxe radio club, and coup heater.Hydra-A-l Fz'aer, Bid,. 451. ext. t> 9.OulIoum .
Tile bath and
.,, -. Uu U. S. Naval Hospital. There are also dogs which are valued condition clean Priced reasonable shower, garage apartment, furnished. Rhersldesection. <<
Anderson ext. 727: 218,
room BOg
by their owners, if not by the drivers, whichare 710.193U iO per month, with sale
Hear Admiral Ralph Davison of (UI nJtule. 'hone 2-6U2 Mrs Cob
Seventh Nasal District also Oldsmobile coupe. Radio, $550 lin.
Commandant in of
danger being killed
even Medley ext. 727:
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training room :216 BOU 710 Bedroom with kitchen' piMleces. Will
r
though they are tied near the house. My 1941 Chexiolet two-door ledan. $375 accept walking child. Phone ;2-3fc*.
plus Excellent .
iLtin Herbert, Duekwoiih. t'SN, Commanding husband and I cannot keep our dog out be- paint,equlij.new upholsteiy. Bell motor, WatchYeoman' new At... Palmer.Bedioom with'. kitchen privileges $H
Jacksonville Naval All Station t Office, Bldg. SoO, NATTC,
it has almost I for for
cause been run over several ext. 7WJ.1TU7 per week single peiion. $12
couple Y hones;/ :7J6,- Uetzlei. 3i5U;:
Captain Jules F. Schumacher L'SN. CommandingNaval times.In. Ford four-door sedan Radio new Oak St.Furnished.
Air Technical Training Center what there I! paint job and seat cov..... Good room next to bath. Phone.
parts has
many
grass was
I condition. Champa phone 5-82&7-R :2-ttoie. Mrs Bo>'d.
Captain C. M. i MC) tSN. Commanding! been traveled over so often that only sand 1941 Oldsmobile club coupe. Engine: Riverside apartment Bedroom dinette
V. S..IINa tiaepitalCsptaln new last De<<:t.'mbt'r. Rood ties radio Ingroom, tile kitchen and
I is there now. Sidewalks are not considered, and heatei. Harley K.: Anderson bath. Completely- fuinUhed $100 fft

F. W. Priestman. t'SNR: CommandlBE either, and one day these will start crack- 1ZUB Hancock St., NAS. month. Phone 4-5927: Corny.
Natal Air Reseive Tialnlng Unit 1941 ChcMolet S I I foui- }'our-ruom furnished garage apart At
ing from the weight of automobiles going door sedan. Excellent: : condition ment Phone ;2-1JJ5 Mrs. Pal nrll.

Lt. Col. T. C Moore. Jr.. USMC. Commanding over them. Phone 2-JV35. Mrs Giochmal. Furnished apartments and house-krtp-:
Marine Barrack.N.j'A 1947 Buick light blue under 1,000 log looms. Downtown, linens, dishes,
Why should lawns be ruined, childrenand miles Kieelund 1313 Randolph St., utenslle hot water, reasonable rates,
I NAS. near NAS bus line. Phone ",-{oS6:),
I. friu i'U.eichtnger. O-ln-C dogs be in danger, when an order could ; 1937 Tenaplane, good condition Kiee- Lind, 7M west Adams Street
XI Air Station. Cecil Field be issued to definitely keep these people] from land, 1.1U Randolph St, NAS. Three-ioom furnished apaitment In
1 Austin. New tires, new battery, new eluding kitchen equipment. In Green
Cart Alexander M. Hearn. USMC driving up to the doors of their houses ? cull, new rings Looks bad i uns Cove bpll"II.. $.1:). Phone Green Cove
Marine Aviation DetachmentThe Yours for I good $150 cash, or best offer, lleth- Spi Ings :29bl, Gustafson.
safety, cote. Air Bane Trailer Camp. : Fuinlshed bungalow Livlngioom
TAX AIR NEV. S receives credited: Association i! A Dewey Park Resident. l'J.14\ Indian motoic>'cle. New o\ei. kitchen dinette, two bedrooms, Cec-
matt 11..1.i Republlcstion of mallei prohibited haul, priced! for sale. Booth, trlcally equipped large yard. $40
without permission of SEA.aRhlnrzten & D C Re- KIHTOK: NOTE:: Unfortunately. did not have 71eld
Bks 'E ext. rI Ing uoiklnichours. i>ei month Couple preterred. (.k) out
MioiicMtiin of any other matter except by senlce Editor-, the opportunity to bring th!" matter to the attention Hoosevelt I to Lolllns Rd, turn felt
tm.i, l la prohibited without\ pt'l mission of I of the Kxeriithr Officer to :21 ft, house t I'a lIer. Electric brakes, to New York Ave, second house on
prior
='A\: MK NEWS.NARTU. publishingour butane gas, sleeps four. Also 12: It.I tight next to Base. Mrs. Guy Mor.
letter. Hou('ver, we feel 1 sure that if conditions I house Holler that will make good ils, Rt. 4, Box 405, Orange Paik.
are at >ou df-vribe them, ,something will be doneto utility trailer. Washing machine, Fla.
Says "Thanks"Hit correct<< them before any further damage N done.5Efew3 I (couch and several odd chairs L. .'. Bedroom In private home, adjoining
King. Hale)"' Trailer Park, phone 'bath, bed linens furnished, use ol
-- --* --- :2-J33J. Ingroom and phone. One block
following letter of appreciation from 1!.11 model. 24 ft. Schult tiullei. hum bun stop and close to shopping
? Tandem wheels electilc lefilgeial01 center. near NAS Phone :i-57it
( 'aptam] F.V.. Friestman. Commanding Of- extras Dale K.: Schwartz lot after 1700 Mrs. Seager.11'AN'f.U ,
:2\\. Yukon Trailer Pak ext. >>11>>.
fit of NARTU to Captain Herbert S.
ei Three looms of rurnlturIndud"s
'Ihree-bedioom house
To buy or rent
l'Ul h\\ orth. Commanding Officer of NAS. i isui'livhed lie lute table seat and end matched table chain- "{Of'j' In wood ukeshore.Furnished Khentitle 01 unfurnished.Must 01 Bieni.

for the information of all hands. sews orvdVieius romStatm CM giaph: hi net combination and record, console matching Caxcone.be leasonable after 1700. Phone 5-6823-XV

From : Commanding Officer, AnTe, chafe vanity, chest dinette of drawers set with and complete boudoli Ride from Jacksonville Beach 01 downtown -
to NAS Working hours 0800 to
Jacksonville Florida. kitchen equipment. An exceptionalbainaln. : 1630. Ext 756 Rosenbeig. 01 115
AS
,
U. Frye, ext. 8J63.Dopeiman :! 16lh Avc. North Jax Beach.Fouiroom .
Commanding: Officer, Naval Air Sta- 1'insinei, beautllui lemal apartment or' un
six months eld. Docked and cropped.shed I i furnished Ext. 446 or r.uai7, or
tjl'l&. &. Jacksonville, Florida. SAINT PATRICK'S DAY b> son of Dictator. Cheap at i i5t !' phone 7-5623, Mrs. Spann.
>0. Phone 2-3092:!, William Gloxei
of and Saint Patrick in the fifth suit of whites, coat size 42tiousris :!, Stenograph 01 stenotype machine, new
Stiij j : Appreciation cooperation astame century, was L'PO or used Kxt. 3U or 2-3432, Comdx.
.Ib-.U: : A. Hlnson, Station
:
s, to Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. imbued with the burning desire to free the I Police; Offict ext. 8371. Job Rhea.as baby sitter. Miss Bowen phase
Irish from Ladle bicycle: Hawthorne model excellent I
people paganism and idolatryand
!1. The personnel of the Naval Air Sta- : condition 118. Kheienman, Three-room 5-9976 unfurnished apartment.
to bring them the knowledge of (>od. ext. (>62M LnH.: 631, Adams.I.t' .
been Prefer Rlveislde Ext.
1 ;,\)1.'!. Jacksonville, have most copper-
edioom house, furnished. Screened I
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I How well]) he fulfilled
) his mission is evident an
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porch large: backyard garace.Kle
ht I 1\ t' and helpful in assisting the Naval Air ..
: from the fact that Ireland] then steepedin minutes from NAS. terms to I Film left b>" NAS sailor in car N
'j'. .lining t Unit, Jacksonville, on occasions toonmeious suit the bu>'ei. Phone Orange; tween Matlneland and St. Augustlri
paganism, is today a country completely :3243. Lt. Claim by calling ext. 656 Public
mention. The Of-
to Commanding Complete bedroom; suite park'i Information Office
fervent and devout in the Christian Faith
table and New LOST
ii't( 1'. his department heads and individ- night lamp. ,
In his writings, St. Patrick humbly acknowledges washing I machine I 12-gauge Winchester Green crxstal Ros.uv beads. $3 re
I.., within Naval Air Station departments pump shot-Kun. Phone 8-9611, I ward. Fat t. 682 :Seavert.
\ .. than satisfied e'er'reasonable that all he did was to plant the Mr*. R B. Collins, J441A Taylor St.. Blown and black It'll r lei. female, whit
\ t more seed of Christianity. Coil did the rest. Dewey Put k. feet tall and ears clipped, rubles
. ;< -t made by this unit, and in many cases Mans bicycle, $10. Good condition, j tag 1184. Return to R U. CoitopiiMl
St. Patrick is the .of tlies. Gioss, 4557 Post St. 122 Reward.
object devotion and I new : Flight Test Hangar
...1 1 consideration and high priority was Thiev-bedioom house In excellent I condition 'I MIS1L.L.1NEOUS t

.. : nit.d to assist in preparations for the an- honor of perhaps more people in this coun- Inside and out. owner being Sewing<< I done reasonable Phone T-
try than Saint. Millions of transfriied pi iced below maiket.FHA St.DIt'IImaklnlrt .
any one single 8206. Arise Johnson :JT61 Myia
:. ,.. .i 1 inspection llnancei, must b(' seen to be spatula for Match. DieM
Americans unconsciously) observe his feast I apptevlatfd. Phone :2!-TOJ3: ext. 275
hems :?5c.; pi I inret! dresses.! $3; .shorts,
The spirit of iendly, efficient coopera-\ R. A. Myers. ,
clay and wear his famous legendary symbolof I 91.lacks, 9.2 shirt collars turned,
t i I. i--: sincerely apieciated} by all Naval Air the Holy Trinity the shamrockwithoutgiving Miniature ntw. Phone washing:.!.i1i13, Mis.machine Smith.brand I' a'i' :: T'pn'lI pants altered 36c. Pr nc "I
:57TB, :Mrs. St'
: -i\e Trair.nj, I.Unit personnel and it is ElecUolux: cleaner, bland new ; solid' -aKcr.. I J
a thought'to the spiritual aspect of maple dinette suite, table and foul I I
i i d l that N.11'rl'may find ways to l't><:ipP his feast chairs sanity table and bench ton ,
I day. painted), ted leatherette top on I Three f
ii small Alli
even in some measure. I Honor St. Patrick, whether you are bench and table. R. %V. Stiudle> I
i ; of, Natal Air Reserve Staff 1320A Randolph St.. NAS.
Training
i.- i
I Irish or not. But let your devotion to him Ladies cur jacket, 'one' like new, j I (C'ontinneil from Page 1)

I us v-ie unanimous; and emphatic in go deeper into soul than the wearingof just out of cold storage, 9t>:5; oil following points: composition, detail .

i l' t : praise ol t me excellent)) relations exist- your circulating heater, brand new, fh.I; stopping motion, story telling 1
shamrock attendance sl/f, $50 best offei. J. D.
a or at a St. Patrick's room or i I
: t'lueei! t i NARTU:: and its parent sta- Gates, JS08A Norman St., Dewey quality, news value, clenll-
I
festivity. Park nests exposure, contrast of paper,

-*- Pie-war bungalow stucco. Attached depth of field, and aptness of title.

Ihe ( n anding Officer, Naval Air vaiage kitchen., An screened little, tu porch$600, cash electric to I All photos entered in the contest ..

:- ,. I.n> JWLIS-. ; "!,\ille. is requested to give Broken Service well-qualitled -G too five minutes I will be placed on exhibition

'tit circulation to his letter in order that 4853 from Tlmuquana NAS. Lt. Road.Raddat/; ext. *tIJ5ti. today in the lobby of the Mamsldt

( 't 1'..itments and individuals concerned (SEA-In answer to numerous inquiries. Three-loom movie.
may Yukon Pnfr.
quire at Office. Tiallet I I In capsule form, here are the
..4 :, ,are of the Naval Air Reserve Training I regarding reenlistment in the regular Navyunder I or R. D CoMopasm. Flight Test, winners in the different group

i J.;it's high regard for such excellent co- : broken service conditions, BuPerg policy Large Hangar baby 122. crib with Innei-spi. I Till LI)HEN'S CLASS

( ) '. I ition.; has been clarified in two of the more mattress $12ashlng; machine, 1. "Hi llasl"A.: L. Stin le.
good washing condition, new wringer 2. "First II. B.
situations. Chriatmaa"
IS F. \V. Priestman. common I head $40. M... J. P. Hileman,
I If a man enlists in V-G, USNR, immedi- 1216A Hancock St, NAS Clayton. I
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3. "Wanna Come In ? A. L.
I Ladles Mouton lamb tuxedo, fulllength .
ately after discharge and remains on active coat, size 16, cost $175 new Stingle. .

The Average Recruit duty in the Naval Reserve until the day he cepU'd worn two I ladles'sptin seasons, best coat offer tuxedo acv, '' ACTION'

reenlists in the regular Navy, he would be blue ndI giev plaid. $10. Welsh convertible 1. "Leapin' Lena"J.. E. Mayo
SKA )-For the man who wonders just I baby ell I rlaKt', $7. Bateman?I 2. r'Last Lap"--H. M Perka
allowance if
reenlistment
entitled to only
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he signed over into the regular Navy within Two good suits of tailor-made blue. '
I Serge, chest 40. walsl 14, I length ..UMusgrove : I'OKTKAIT
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90 days from the date of his discharge. BldR. 954. ext 293. 1. "Judy" A. Bingham

< ') is like BuPers surveyof two train- Active Naval Reserve duty has no bearingon Foui-ioom house completely furnish 2. "}lot Rock" A. L. Stinfflt
ed. Fenced In chicken yard and
)jijjr r <. < raters will) supply the answer his case. wash house, near NAS. lot : 3. "Marjone"-, Bingham
Filer $2850. $1500 down, 1OOx383.I I SCENIC:
I In a study conducted among recruits atNT
Also, 4hat man would not; under normal $17.50 month, Ext.: 251. Rutland, 1. "Cool Water"- A. Bingham
( San Diego and NTC Great Lakes, it was Thiee-iooms of fUI nit Includes
conditions be eligible to reenlist with the UI 1. 2. "Peacefttl" H B.
machine. :: Clayton j
washing i rugs curtains !two
fh--: ( (1\ ('J'ed that the typical Navy Newcomer ,., 3. "Power, A,
rating held at time of discharge if his reenlistment three-wuv floor lamps end hl" BinghamJIIS'ELIAS (
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t Fails. from a rural area, left school at day limit. Exceptions to that be Child's chain-drive tilc\cle, good! con 1., tliounili d'i ,,, A. Buigham s
ruling may
ditlon/ $7; oxprloud xprlnps for 2 'San. turn: A, 1 L Simple
\\tt' apiof 16 and joined the Navy to learn
made, however, in rates where critical short- I Ford car. complete with all h.tnK.nv :J.! ''LOIIK) Lt'Xs' A Iutghaui 1
d trade! or to travel etc. and tiailei hitch. $15 K Host i C..IJM 1'HI/K
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ages cases, .
1417B Childn St. NAS. rats :Jl.r.1
Approximately 2,400 men. each with ann personnel of pay grades 1. 1 A and 2 may I 20 ft, house huller', three rooms, sli i |p. GnmndKi,! A )',inii/ )P.un.

; orngof three weeks' service, were asked I four butane gas. North of VWvi. -
reenlist in pay grade 4, and broken service nett Post Office' 'U mile on 1 It ft 1.1
I t'\. civilians to fill out a questionnaire. From reenlist I I W. hooker, ext. 8125.lt ; .
of 3 and 4
personnel pay grades may ,
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.11- vvcrs was in pay grade 4. Phunf'jojll": : Helxenston

t iiitu.n l i t to the large majority of 17-year-olds, I 1033' Oldsmobile coupe. Four next At ,
tires, motor overhauled ntwi.it the >'' Ii..n ( iMpilo. Itirmlar-
! '}*. <1', per cent of the recruits were under 21 their education through USAFI. I covers, nice line, and good finish I bam K...iil. ind Mnotiu AtrnaePrestant .

X250. Phone 5-2779-J. Stuart
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1910 Buick Special club coupe Guaranteed CWO N ,\l I iI ", L I'h.pl.n, A.
:Nt arly 8S per cent were single and not: listed for joining the Navy was trade learn- paint Job, excellent engine .. Be \ \

one-third I I which drew 39.6 cent of the new ::.rsh tires, including t Pug ', radio! 104'. Iinuil; \\'(OI'hIP t'I\lc. _
11 Mjrt'd. although approximately ing, per jack and wrench h...plain F. I I. Albert

): < !financial aid to dependents or others. : men. In second place came the 38.2 per cent Irxlud.d.: Randolph$000.) Chief St., NAS.Scott, ext. 81:A'1T18A 0700--MasOWO ('...helle ,

1 >tidy 12 per cent of recruits interviewed I who enlisted for travel and adventure while LKlng mom flirnlture. including ( -Mass I II 1 j 1

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f111HJ.{ ] although 69Va went no higher than the career, and 17 per cent simply answered that eluding play pen; maple I'. drpn Is r4}UUlne tweed w.o
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Engineering by Caroline Hovvcll '-
'_. .;.' -Paid a visit to the cafeteria J<

one day last week to see how careful, Mr. LBS y u're a big boy
"brownbaggers" Olden and Lamb now-remember?
:14" were doing. Noticed they both hada I SIGN OF SPRING: Bases were
Sure wish Charles Trescot would
cup of coffee. Guess it's still being dusted, greens replanted
get a ride with someone duringthe
too cool for that one cold Pepsi- : fishing tackle dragged out and collected *
month of March. We knowthat's
Cola, eh, fellows? and and in general, summer
a swell little Crosley,
We're not mentioning name, sports and activities were making
any art! March
that, but with this
of course, but there's an engineerwho their first appearance this. week.
wind, are sure can makeit
had the "awfulest" time one you you First, there was an organizational
-] day last week. He had to come Mr. T. ? meeting of the Supply-ers: the

to work without any breakfast, We wondered why Walter Mor- turnout of the softball candidates

and why? Well, he kicked the leg ris' pockets were bulging last for this year's team. Clyde Whit-
t of the breakfast< table, spilled a week. He didn't have a "Pocket aker was elected manager (subject
pitcher of milk all over himself, Full of Dreams", but he did havea to later acceptance)) and Rip

and then threw his bowl of cereal pocket full of nickels. Wish we Brown, assistant manager Frees., S

on the floor. By the time he changed could all hit the jack-pot sometime Rountree, Wilson, Rodeillat, Wood,

.' i clothes, therejust wasn't timeto 'I Tate, Mendel, and Owens, were
eat, and after all that, who We missed Emmett Tracy last ; returnees from last year, and added
would feel like eating? Anyway, week, and we extend our deepj I j I to the list for try-outs were
we think he has permission from est sympathy to him and his family Barnett, Stillwell, Turner, Lawrence

5 his wife to remove the table from on the death of his mother-in- !< Quina, Barwick, Edwards,

the kitchen now. Let's be more law Kelly; Allen, Hawkins! and La-
I Mary Duvall has left the Ma- than. Practice sessions are to begin .
terials Laboratory and is lending ) this week or next at either

Finishing Touches us a hand in the stenp pool We Murray Hill or Willow Branch .&

r;: are about to believe that Mary is a diamonds, and the Supply-era are
THE PtnLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT jack of all trades. expecting to have a Class A ball

:' has made an all Missed seeing McHone around club by the time the season starts.

out effort to expedite conversion Engineering this week. Mac's on They have a bid In for the Com-

of unoccupied Jr. BOQ s thirty days leave. mercial League in the Southside,
into apartments for officers and Walt FleUh- and at this writing it looks pretty
Plant h'ision-by
their families. One building containing -
certain that St. Nicholas Park will
where did
)i -l er-Oh Johnny, you
20 units has already
be the of the tilts
scene coming
I little curls ?
get those lovely
been completed and is now oc- this with and Land- Secondly, Bill Coby in Per-
II! What's you
cupied. In the next few weeks, I
ers ? Trying to show the boys a sonnel a former golf pro, is behind
the remaining two buildings will
i I new hair-do? the establishment of a Sup-
be completed making 40 more ply golf team. Permission has
units available In the photoabovE' And, "J. B. we haven't"third seen been granted by the CommandingOfficer

Robert J. Herrin i left > any cigars yet. Yep, even a to use the station golf
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and Frank R. Krazit apply a class" has to pass out stoggies. course for competitive play,

finishing coat of paint to thi' i Congratulations on making your against the station officer and enlisted
bulkhead in one of the kitchens new rate. teams. The Supply-ers will
(Right) Carpenter Elmore We wonder why Chief Van is all have a qualifying tournament to
L. Meetze checks the cabin.-t smiles these days ? Could it be
establish a team to be composed'
drawers to assure a perfect fit. because of that new car he is
of officer, enlisted, and civilian
about the station?
sporting players. Each participant will be
,. If the weather clears enough in
\ required to play three rounds of
a week or so, I understand there
INSIDE 18 holes to establish an aggregatescore
will be a large, gala fishing trip I
<, and the top scorers will be
planned, and we hope that some!! I
one team with the next four the
PUBLIC WORKS big ones will be landed..
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lie J Johnson could be the "man I Noticed Bill Howington is back I
scorer (Ior low man if you will), .
The Public Works Departmentwas InspectingThe about town" during the absence of after a few days! off. Just tak- 'during the tournament will receive

buzzing this morning with his Mrs. who is visiting relativesin ing a rest, eh, Bill an engraved trophy. Bill willhave
talk of the exam the girls took Chicago, Illinois Personnel and Administration the trophy on view on his
Saturday, or rather the exam Chief C. M. King is burning the by Dot Dirkson-Pappy Warren I desk soon We're expecting the

that took the girls. Gladys O'Mal- candle at both ends< these days, really was dressed fit to kill last I Reiters, the Forrests, Riley, and a
ley in the Ad. Building says her Inspectors preparing to leave home and fam- week. What was the occasion, few more to turn out for this. The
arm went completely numb when ily for Memphis schooling. Good "glamour boy" ? I more the merrier. Contact Bill at

.she tried to type When Helen lly HELEN 1IUKNETTK luck to you, chief. Honig of enlisted personnel is I 438 if you're interested Finally
Johnson started take the dicta- being transferred to Station Per-
to I Remember the prediction about Chief Gammill is thinking seri- r a Supply choral group is in
tion part of the exam, she found I two weeks this column? Ford sonnel. its
ago in ously about buying a new organizational stage now. Everyone -
her pencil had the D. T.'s. Most of I Chief Iva McLean was married
: We didn't need a "prophet" to this spring. interested in group singing
I last in the Protestant
the girls refuse to talk about it.I Saturday
tell us who the champs would be should contact Eunice Russell
Chief Eckersen is wishing he
I Mac really loked lovely I
Virginia Walpole reports that I in the Bowling League! The In- ,' chapel. at 601
extension as
owned a shrimp boat. Why ? I I soon as possi
Ellen Messer was one of the
Lee Hunter draftsman
got a new
spection "Hot Shots" captured I I ble. She will then advise of the
Chief Bolin, our tall, dark and I bridesmaids. The reception was at you .
Chrysler over the week-end. Also
most of the individual trophies, handsome build-up inspector, is 'I first get-together.': Rehearsals will
the Chiefs' Club.
none of the three candidates, Mr.
and we are more than proud of I our contest expert. He knows the I probably be for about 30 minutes
('rum Mr. McMahon Mr. Quina was in Pensacola last
IE'Y, and Mr. ,
the which I twice week at
championship a here
cup you noon, on
walking man personally. Hope
you week because of the illness of his
Virnard, won the walking man "
"brought home. Congratulationsto correct chief the base (Brother Diggett': accom-
are ,
father. We all wish him a speedy
contest These men walk miles each member of the team! In- Chief Skinner has a "When Bet- panying), and it is hoped Sta-

every day-one mile forward and ;' cidentally, the guys on the Inspec- ter Cars are Bjjilt, Buick Will recovery.Mrs Hitchinson is an "orphink"for tion WOBS will grant a spot or
10 miles up and down on inspection :
tion Team will be glad to "coach"members Build Them." His is in the garage a couple of weeks. Her mother (Continued on Pact! I)
of buildings.In I _
of the A&R teams at
severalhundred ---- ----- -
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and daughter have to Washington -
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Maintenance, it has finally their convenience'j I pieces. playing for all the gang. Come
i for a visit.
come to light why Geff Mims has j I Chief L P. Nieberle, former as- Chief Lakatosh is still tryingto The cause of a stiff neck is I one, come all, let's< make something -
been so pensive lately. It is a little sistant group supervisor in the catch a 10-pound bass like Ski nofc from necking, but from sleep- to write about.

book" entitled "The Voice of Silence Metals and Accessories Group did (poor fisherman). ing in the yard with the gate open: Planning Division-by WynonaSpurlork
which he is reading in his checked out of the department on Chief Ingle has a sunburntoomany Wonder what kind of a fisher- I It seems that the .

spare! moments. The girls found it :March 2nd. Sorry to see you leaveus flash bulbs, we guess. The man Lt. Comdr. Sweet is? month of February got by with-

in his desk. chief. We wish you the best photogenic type, don'tcha know!! Accessories Dh'i..lon-by Dor- out too many engagt'mentsatleast

Clem Flanders was sick becausehe of luck! Chief F. A. Mueller takes Chief Cartier is a good husband, othy Williamson Lena Geddings that we have found out

wasn't called on to identify over the duties of assistant group does such things as baby sitting, refuses to let the other ladies in about so far.
the Walking Man. He knew it was I supervisor in the Metals and Ac- dishes, and shopping with the Mrs. Instrument Shop get ahead of her. Dot Dickson came to work .

Jack Benny all the time. I cessories Group. Carries all the packages, too! They are all grandmas, and she is Monday morning with a stiff neck.
Congratulations are in order for Chief R. H. Kealen and his wife Chivalry isn't dead yet. not, but we hear she is making Sunday was the 29th to remem-
Sam Fritch. He is a grandpa and 1: are on a 15-day leave Sort ofa Chief Barlow, our illustrious baby clothes. We wonder why? I ber? Trying; to overdo a good

even talks differently since the second honeymoon! Chrysler products salesman, needs Why does Frank Doyle need so thing, Dot ? .
big event. Maybe it's his cold that Chief J. H Dickson has pur- one item to go with the four much sleep ? We are sorry to hear of Kitty
gives !him that "grandpa's" voice. chased a' lovely new home in wheels he has. Brodien, why don't you leave Bryant's father being so ill and
Mr. McKinley went to the ice Southside. Now, how about a Chief Davis has changed the that timekeeper alone. She gets hope that at thus time he is wellon

show Saturday night even in all house-warming, chief verb in the song and his version her information from the desk, the road to recovery
that bad weather. Chief Sandefur wants to hirea if, "When My Babies Come not you. Marjorie Stovall's son has beenill

Walker Crevasse didn't get in detective. It seems he is having Home." Is Bubbles trying to take Cope- also, and we are all hoping he
until six Monday morning. He I "petty thief" troubles. Well, Chief Hash says his bridegroomdays land's job ? Is up and! around by now.
then washed his face and hands I there isn't too much differencein are almost over and he's Johnnie Knowlton lost part of It seems like spring is really ..).

and came to work. Says he was on I begging, bumming, or just tak going to be a sure-nuff husbandsoon. his automobile. Are the termites on the way now with all the beau .
a farewell party with some of his ing-is there chief! Tough life, huh! in Cumberland Project that bad I tiful sunshine we have been en

friends.In Margaret Roberts Is the first Chief Szafranowski, known by He says the children out there did I joying. This is the windy month

the District Maintenance of- young lady in the Main Office to I his many friends as the "patient the dirty work.E of March, folks, so just be patienta
fice look for something to break come to work in the "new look" man", goes about singing, "Oh, .F. Chase is in the hospital. little longer. We will all be

soon now as William Truesdalehas attire! Where, Oh Where Can My Bonus Sure hope he will soon be well going swimming soon. a
just completed an extensionto Three of our chiefs had liberty Check Be?" and back to work. We miss him. There was quite a discussion of

his home to care for a house- last week and went fishing. Of Chief Mayer is a typical hap- A hearty welcome to Pickett.He blouses, shoes, et cetera, the other

warming party. course, it would rain on that particular pily-married man-he even has is our new white cap. morning. Sure seems good to hear
"Pappy" Turrentine is hot on day! Undaunted, Chiefs Re- big blisters to show he helps with A good conduct ribbon was women "confabulating" about
the trail of premium motor fuel vier, Snyder, and Zebra sat out the housework! awarded to Chief Windy this weekas spring and summer clothes once
users and although he seems unable in the rain all day fishing. They A tip: B.O.Q. has a vacancy: he sure was a good boy more and not heavy winter things.

to find such persons, he is brought in two bream, two catfish Chief Murphy's last song sung to Say, Lou, give out with the Leroy Bjorkman is taking a
still! hot on their trail. and one perch. Your new fishing his shipmates was entitled: story about that trip to Charleston. trip to the Windy City We all

In the Ad Building Captain tackle wasn't properly initiated, "Loaded Dice and Cocked Pis- We hear it was a dilly. will miss him, but he will miss
Jones is off again. This time it's was it, Chief Revier Incidentally, tols." Lack of knowledge about a cer- the Florida sunshine, too.
Washington. And speaking of Revier is trying to find out who Chief Tallant has a wolf's- gleamin tain telephone number has been We hear Mr. Hieb missed win

trips Betty Johnson and Sadie punched the holes in his bait his eyes. when telling sea worrying the Ordnance Shop, we ning the bowling trophy by just
Britts are just beginning to act bucket! stories-"The Good Old Days." understand. Information will giveit two pins--too bad-so sad.DON'TFORGET.

normal again after their wonderful Sarah Verner Is taking tennis Chief Sutton, our neighbor and to you if you know her address -
trip to Tampa a couple of lessons! Sorry it rained the first solid citizen from Dewey Park, ,

weeks ago. Olive Fleming had a day of your instructions, Sara. just loves children. Flashes a D. W. says, oh for a few more
nice little jaunt to St. Augustine Watch out for this Georgia gal, winning smile, too. (Will the Mrs. cold days. Then she can wear that
Saturday. Our chief clerk, Pete "Babe"! please note!) red shirt. All A&R EmployeesDrop

'apps, was ill Monday morning.His Sorry to lose another one of our Chief Martin caught a 6tlb.. Don't forget to buy your ticketsto
birthday was Sunday and we chiefs. W. E. Tull was transferred bass at Orange Lake. He is now the big party. You sure wantto Premiums For
wonder if it could have been something to A&R Personnel on 5 March. an instructor on the art of land- be there when the band starts

he et (1) while celebrating, Hope you enjoy your new work, ing big ones! Blue Cross & Blue
or can't you take it any more, chief. Mrs. West gets her coffee delivered I known as "The Old Goat" in .
8uh ? The following are exerpts from now from the Cylinder and Engine Overhaul Inspection
& the Engine Overhaul InspectionClass Piston Shop! How you do" rate Group? Shield Insurance ,-t

That' One Way of 1918: We welcome Into Marie! We do have a few civilians left

Cox: "How did you find the Engine Overhaul Inspection Frank' Fulmer seen giving out in the Inspection Department Next Mon. & Tues: .j

ladies at the dance ?" Group, Chief H. L. Davidson, on with a big victory smile after However, they keep their secrets!
BM2c: "I opened the door mark- our Final Line Check. I completing his Form 57. to themselves-just won't give out In Boxes Provided
ed 'Ladies' and there they were." Our "walking man", Chief Wit. Question of the Week: Who is with any news!





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Officers' Pin LoopWith I In Girl's City Caqe-- Loop.

I The NAS WAVES clinched a
I but two weeks remaining laurels at Norfolk, the WAVES
first-place tie with the NAS CiMlians -
i In the Officers' Bowling League, ; fared far 'better than the Fliers.
I in the Girls' City League! The local lassies three
won con-
the Operations keglers have pulled ,
into a scant one-point lead over Tuesday night by a complete rout t sective games in as many nights
WorkContinued the 7ND team.Operations over Southern Bell, 5410. Th! against two WAVE outfits and]

Supply SalliesContinued took all four points Navy gals started fast and piled one civilian team.

( from rage 1) from A&R in its match last week, I up a 33-5 margin by halftime. The Receiving Station WAVESwere
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the NAS
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while 7ND was only able to take I Laddie Vladeff led the
( from Page 4) scoring WAVES down
States and foreign cities. It was three out of four from Public going Tuesday to
for the evening; with 25 markers. I 36-24 defeat
on tour by the Navy Depart- a Skipper Edga
put ". Works Had 7ND been able to
two for the finis d
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victory
Butch Glover was next in line was margin -
ment under the direction of Rear : make a clean sweep of the series, I
as well as our local PA-er. Whether herself of
I scoring 22 the 36
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Admiral Felix Johnson head of .. the league would have remained in
or not the public gets the points. The game was rough
: a two-way tie. In the other match I The date with the Civilians
I chance to hear play-off -
our "brayers"they ,,
the Office of Public Information, i throughout, and three NAS
should of the week, ATU No. 4 and A&R has not yet been set. I
have lot of fun.
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guards Winnie Jones, Fran
to the Free
give public an opportunityto
split with two points each. I
I Frederick Davis, our Labor & Accompanying the Jax-Navy I and "Pete" Peterson all left the
see the collection before it is ; I Lt. Chester A. Briggs of A&R their for
Equipment reporter, has returnedto cagers on quest All-Navy game via the foul route. The Receiving
broken up and the paintings are work after several weeks ab- copped scoring honors of the week Station forwards weren't
hung in the various museums with a 231.,
sence resulting from a sprained able to score a single basket until
throughout the nation. back. Henrietta Stephens and Standings Gate I just before intermission, but
The caravan is scheduled to tra- Clyde Houston have also returned Term Points GossipEveryone I their "Robbie" Robinson kept

.1 over 6,000 miles on tour of the Davis announced that prac- 7ND Operations 15 16 them in the ball game, scoring
before the paintings reach tice sessions for the Florida A&R 9 in IRD seems to be in eleven free tosses.

'their final resting places. Oil Hawks baseball team begin this ATU Nurses No. 4 8 7 a peaceful state of mind now that Moving on to the Naval Air
paintings, water colors, charcoals, week and will continue every Public \Voik 8 the Typist and Stenographer ex- Station Wednesday night, the Jax
pastels, pen and ink, and crayon week hereafter at Wilder' Park, Executive Dept. 0 amination is qver. Of course, like gals edged by the Norfolk NAS
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works make up the collection 5:30 p.m. Frank Courtney, Da- everyone else, their man worry WAVES, 25-16, in a wild contest
vis and Bucky Harris manage. All Ping Pong Club Is now is whether they made a pass- which saw both teams having
aspirants are invited to come out ing grade. :Most of them ark hop- trouble finding the basket.
Local No. 579, Jim Smith pre- Being Formed Hero ing that it won't take as long to Jacksonville's scoring was evenly
siding, is having a membershipdrive hear from this exam aa it did divided among four forwards'
at present. See Deacon Mc- Plans for the formation of a for the 'Clerk exam given last Skipper Edge, Laddie Vladeff
Kinnon for particulars. Clara station table tennis club are now March. Midge Bryant and Butch Glover.
Hamilton reported that the Ele- being made through the Welfare We understand that the new Bryant was forced to leave the
4' vator Girls' Club dance last Fri- Office. When organization of the safety inspector has all the girlsin game in the third quarter when
day was a "swell affair" The group is completed, the Welfare IRD agog. Now this is really she twisted her ankle but was ableto
formal shindig was attended by Department hopes to sponsor a something, as we have always play on the final night.In .
., .".."..; many NAS-ers, Including Meta tournament to decide a station 1>een accused by people on the the best game of the trip
P. Lott George Marcus, Eldora Wesley champion. station (particularly the chief the WAVES knocked over the
M Pearl Dorsey, Lillie Thomas, Anyone interested In joining the '' clerk of Public Works) of having A&R Civilian girls, 4943.
Bell Rugh and many others. new club should contact Chief I'''I several wolves in IRD. Undoubt- A&R scored first but Jax retaliated
NIPS. Rodeillat moved into his Wilkins at the Welfare Office in edly, we now have the "King of and took the lead. Although
new home in.Urban Hills recently. the Recreation Building, Bldg. 3, I I Wolves" in our midst. they never gave up the
Moore's new dotter is nam- or by phone at ext 498. I We have been asked by several lead once they took possession of
ed Barbara. McLaughlin want- persons to divulge the name of it, the game was cldse throughoutwith
ed Sallies to welco e back "Skin ST. PATKICK'S DAY DANCE the driver in IRD who seems to the WAVES never more than
ny" McDowell to the fold. Ht'i be making a hit with all the females five points ahead.
SCHEDULED BY :XCCS CLUBA
Delivery Co welcome, pardner. I around the station. From With one minute to go, the
Sue Battles announced her en- gala St. Patrick's Day dance what we have been told, he worksin WAVES held a narrow two-point
gagement to Paul Simmons of will be held Sunday at the NCCS I the mall room and has only been margin, but Laddie Vladeff came
Spartanburg, 0, C., the vows to be Club on Church and Newnan in IRD for two months. through with two quick buckets to
exchanged around Easter. Sue ex- streets from 1930 to 2300. One of IRD's employees is re- put the game on ice.

fI,', ci0'ink wvfc since! pects to resign about that time The affair is for servicemenand modeling his home at Jax Beach. Vladeff connected for 28 points

. he 'l/'Th" H..4i[ School J 'tome to take her new position as Mrs. Junior Hostesses only. Servicemen We were unable to get his name to cop scoring honors, but Fran
' Throve "u U SlfIt" f Sallies, again, at 621, will may wear civilian clothes but we believe he handles reduc- Free played a major part in the
j accept orders for tickets to the if they desire. Prizes will be giv- tion-infroce. Don't you think we victory with her brilliant defensive
$'1, .. Detroit Symphony this March 29th, en out and refreshments will be should have a department head i play, and control of the
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Sixteen Conference Behind Schedule With

Teams Will CompeteFor Season 2 Weeks Away

Title Next Week The training of

Ten boxera will the NAS Flier baseball program candidates
Jax-Xavy .
z 7 suffered

probably next take Wednesday off for to Memphis compete i :- 1A setback clement last weather week a when(

in the annual Naval Air
Athletic Conference postponement of five practice
Training sessions. And with the Open
No less than
championships. y
of the season only
1 ing game
16 teams to
are expected
two weeks away, coaches Bob
show their the three-
wares in
Beaudreau and Frank Mo-
day tourney which will get
Caffrey were hoping desperately
underway. one week from to I
for a break in the weather

day.A. i Tuesday to get the play:

season ago, the local scrappers TIn J-\\N\M CAGE squad closed Its season With( the exception of possibly one more tournament ers in condition.
could only muster enough I last week at Norfolk, Va, when they wer eliminated from the Navy East Coast play to
points to nab off the runnerupposition decide an All Navy finalist The Fliers, sporting a 26-1 record were knocked out of the ten-team I In an effort to give more individual

behind Corpus Christ. tourney by the Norfolk quintet, 7342. Members of the squad are, left to right, kneeling, Charles attention to the aspirants
And of the four battlers who Kerr, Al Henningsen, Bill Scott, and Phil McKay; standing, Doc Johnson, "Ace" Woolbright, Tom the team will be cut up into
contributed points to the local Khganff, Charles Ekern, Bert Horn, Bill Gibbs, and Neil Ensign two separate squads, one to
total two will display I work on the regular diamond
once again I ---- ------------ ----
their in the squared and the other to practice on the
prowess prov-
Ing-grounds. IFlier! Close outlying field.

These two boys are Mike Her- Cabers 48 intra-squad The coaches game hope between to hold the an

nandez, a lightweight and Eddie
two nines sometime this weekend

DeCore Hernandez a welterweight., then a featherweight Last year,, 1 weather permitting. A game
found little opposition, flattening Season With 26-4 SlateThe 'such as this will be just what
the players need to show their
three opponents. DeCore advanced ,
wares, according to the mentors.
as far as the finals only to
Fliers rang down the ----- --- -- -- -- The necessity for a well-found
lose to Jack Fisher NATTC star. the Severn River Naval Com- tal of 16 markers. ed further
curtain their 1948 squad was emphasizedthis
Coaches Anthony J. Rubino and on season
mand quintet before a capacity How To Norfolk week when Beaudreau .
Al Sinibaldi will field one man in last week at Norfolk Va., house. And, judging from that appearance The next night proved exactly that there would not announced ba

every weight when fight time rolls when they were eliminated Jax-Navy looked like the reverse, however The locals a single "breather" on the Flier
around. In the flyweight class, from the East Coast Basket one of the top contenders for the were soundly trounced by a flashy I schedule. He also said that tha
Chuck Abalan is to
expected sport crown. Norfolk quintet, 7342. Nothing schedule the
ball Tournament in their was toughest any
the Jax-Navy colors. A clean second -
Breaking fast, the Jacksonville seemed to go right for the Fliers local team has ever come
up
fighter, Abalan advanced to the appearance. After gettingoff five practically swamped the Sev- who played their sloppiest ball of against including some of the
finals of the Golden Gloves to a fast start on the ernites, taking a quick advantage. the year. top-notch horsehide talent in the
The bantamweight division will opening night by trouncing Never again headed in the game, The team was dealt another south.

aee the entry of Aaron "Tex" the Severn River Naval Command the Knickelbine men found the blow when big Al Henningsen Because of the light practices,
Garcia, a slugger who won the going- a little tougher in the clos- fouled out in the second half after not much of a line on the layershas
Golden Gloves title only to lose 64-51, the Fliers were ing half t scoring only six points, his lowest been gathered, but sofue' of
out in Tournament of Cham- beaten by the Norfolk team, With the Fliers leading, 31-20, total of the year. Tom Kilgariff the boys have given indications of
pions in New York. 73-12, thus squelching all :at half-time" Severn came back was the only local hoopster to I stellar performances. Of course
The coaching staff has not yet hopes for All-Navy fast, hoping to rattle the leaders play his usual game and was not returnees Ken Werner, Bill Crane
an crown.
decided upon the featherweight But the dead-eye shooting of Tom rattled by the Norfolk rally. Tony Gezelli, "Ace" Woolbright
But even including tournament I
contender but it will be either Kilgariff and Al Henningsen soon The whole issue was really settled Jim Daley, Ralph Christ, and
the Fliers still able to
,
play were
George Hoodhood or Dick Eck- had their opponents on the ropes, in the first half when Norfolk Johnny Sheffield proved their
manian Hernandez will take care boast one of the best seasons ever and the Fliers coasted to victory. I sped to a disheartening 41- worth a season ago, but the main
recorded in
of the lightweight assignment and Physical Training'shoop Kilgariff nabbed scoring hon- i 23 lead. Led by Jim Worthington worry right now is the newcomers
DeCore will take on the welter- annals. They racked up a ors for the Filers, netting four 1 a forward, the home team just Of the outfielders, Kerchaive
weight pugilists. record of 26-1 and at one time baskets and six gratis tosses for couldn be stopped. Kellner, Wyman, Cook, McDaniel
boasted a 21-game win streak. II
Following up in the middleweight 14 points. He was followed by Al Worthington led the scoring I Korsen, and Bennerman have
The team the NATAC
class, the mentors will copped Henningsen with 13 and Jim De- i parade with eight baskets for 16 made the best impression on the
title unmarred
with an slate of
either put Pat Patterson or Ike Groote with 11 But individual points. He was followed by Tom coaches so far. Bill Duval has
10-0 and I
went to take the Sev-
on scoring honors went to the losers i Kilgariff of the Fliers who netted looked
Lewis against other stations and enth Naval District Championship. I good behind the plate, and
stellar guard, Jerry Hart. Hart three baskets and six free Infielders
then enter Bob Meyers in the Daryl Shaw, Jerry Hoseaflook
division. Only one team was lucky enoughto threw in eight askets for a to- throws for 12 points Ken Linzen.meyer .
lightheavy beat the Fliers in two outings, Berryman,
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The heavyweight chores will the University of Florida Gators LeMay, Stanczewski, Ab-
probably be handled by Tommy After being knocked out of the Two last-Minute Entries erdale, and Ashbaugh have given
bevel, a leather-thrower wno Navy tournaments, the locals signs of promise.
packs power in either hand. were invited to play in the Florida Delay Start Of Golf Loop The least worry to the manage
A.A.U. tournament and the National ers Ta the pitching staff. An

They used to have six-day running 1 ABC tourney in Atlanta I Last-minute entry of ATU 41 abundance of moundsmen, include
races: in the old Madison : but both bids were turned down 'of linksmen who were playing on ing newcomers Andrews, Shankhn
Square Card*.n. and Pat Fitzgerald by Lt. Comdr. Harry Kmckelbme, I and 5 and IATU No 9 in the Sta- the course and won out in a stiff Wanarski Albritton, Lally and
once covered 455: miles and 1,330 head! coach of the Fliers tion Intra-mural Golf Leagu' j battle. Wright has been working hard in

yards in JOO hours. He maae a Fliers--G4, S.K.S.('.- 51 caused postponement ot the official -- the practices ---1.- __
record ot 500 miles in 109 hours, The Fliers opened hostilities in I opening last week, it was an- I STAUNCH SUPPORTER

13 minutes, 29 seconds._ the All-East tourney by taking on nounced by Chief Rex Jackson I,
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1
. GETTING EI1DYiRrncFiSEsSIONS I yesterday With two other new

+,a ,, teams entered in the league, Ord-
nance & Gunnery and Personnel I'

Office, the number of outfits |

in the loop has been boosted to :
s 12:
J IYi
x I The head of the new loop

,, stated that action would begin
1y Monday and that the course had
been cut from 18 to nine holes

t ) + because many of the competitors
f were not able to take time out
during working hours to play th'
; full course before nightfall. N" se -
ifliantfe' was made in the placing .
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dates

4. ..of !\t,inv of the teams show ,'(i up
l"i. their first matches la-t :"1,1/1-,
ia\' but, because of the pnytpune.i I

mend. wise forced to play a prmimaiv ..- f0..' '
round of practice: Luring na
t the' day. Operations beat Pi'is"n-
11..1.1 42M: ; and Ordnance tit's i
1-1 1 : and ATU No. 2 swamped
1 :VARTV. 6-0.
The Assembly and Repair team
was scheduled to take on the Hospital -
but the medics \.hdll't show
-- up. Instead, A&R played a group t.,
: : for
candidate for the NAS Flier -

baseball nine are now hi full awing with no lean than 60 hopefuls When Navy defeated Army back' CAPTAIN ..". W I'KIKSTMIN, Commanding Officer of the
knowing their wares on the Mason Field diamond every afternoon In 1900 by the score of 11-7 only Naval Ar( Reserve Training Unit here U a loyal follower of the
In the above photo, manager Al Lazaro hand a uniform to returnee one touchdown was scored in the NARTU basketball team which is currently performing la the
Bill Crane while Jack Duval, Jerry Hoaaflook, Bd 3ten W- game The Army scored on a't American League of the local Intra-Mural hardwood
aid, and Shorty Bennerraan wait their tun Bob K ru**< and safety and a field gosh A field I Here, the Captain sits with two of the NARTU player, program.Wfetchlflff
Coach Bob Beaudreau look on at right goal counted five points than. I| his team take a thrilling overtime win from the VM flv* last Friday.










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3 The I All-East Coast basketball tournament ended last

week at Norfolk, Va., and when the smoke of battle had

cleared away, the Quantico Marines stood alone at the top

of the heap. They will clash with the West Coast championat

the NATTC Auditorium on 4 April to decide the All-Navy

champion If the Devildoms can come through with a win

next month, they will probably set a record which will stand

for many moons. In one year, the leathernecks have cap-

Lined the All-Navy baseball)) crown, the All-Navy football

.title; and now they are in the finals for the All-Navy hoop
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THE ('1'0 CLUB KEGLER3, champions of the NAS enlisted intra-mural bowling league, A new individual hijjh-s; <'orinK record was set at Main-
I were presented the winning trophy last week by It Paul King of the Physical Training and Welfare side Auditorium last week in the intramural league play
Department. The members of the squad included, left to right. Chief Crawford, Chief Shanley, I, when Johnny Caesar of Operations scored 28 points on 14
Chief Marvin, Chief Dolloff, and Chief Kettles Chief George Bomfa, another member of the team, I
field goals to lead his team to a decisive win over the CPO
was not present when the photo was taken
--- -- -- ------ I I Club. Caesar netted 12 points in the first period and then
came through with 16 more in the final quarter.

Ploy-Oils In Station Inllo-Murol : N *

A local theme has been injected into the fourth annual

$10,000 Jacksonville Open Golf Tournament which got under-

Start wa on the Brentwood course this morning. Along with a
Cage Championships Monday, list of such nationally-known links masters as Bobby Locke,

Sam Snead, Lew Worsham, Clayton Heafner, and many more,
Play-otfs for the station have been entered the names of four station golfers. Jack
grrs errors Cliff Brunson led the the cellar-dwellers, :i7-12, Hospital -
lntra-Mui.il Basketball Championship winners with nine markers!' paced by Henry White who I IIar\ey. the station pro, Irvin Scott, Chief "Robbie" Robertson
are scheduled to get I Supply had to go all out to slip threw in 12 points, tripped a fast. I and George Duncan a" are after the coveted title in the
underway Monday with a lull I by a game Marine five Friday, breaking Ordnance and Gunnery : four-day tourney
i 4038. Bliss Parker, Chuck Klarhr, five, 28-26, a week ago Tuesday to '* *
week of cage tourney play 'and Charlie Hoppe led both teams stay in the running for the playoffs I
slated for the Mainside hardwood I with 10 and 14 points respectively, A & R rang up their 13th I Though the results of the All-Navy wrestling competition
The four top quintets S.TU. had little trouble in handling win of the season by downing at Annapolis are too late for this edition. a di patch from
from both the National and I 1 the CPO Club Friday, as Communications, 53-3J, as Buck the Naval Academy informed us that all four local wrestlers

American Leagues will vie for :!1 score they blasted in a rough the Chiefs and tumble by a 45-34 en- Buntin 13 points and each John The Booth Administration collected-I tt ere slated to compete in the opening matches Jim Senic was

the crown in this cage tournament I counter. Lou Barger paced the Annex hung onto second place pitted against C. F. Bailey West Coast champion, Marvin
winning Seahawks with 12 tallies in the loop by beating Yard Department Kleinman was scheduled to l'on'to' grips with J. E. Wing, a

The first and thud place winners 1 The Naval Hospital pulledthe )) 47-29, with Art Reed West Coast titleholder. Jack Godek was to grapple with L.. F.
in the National League will I I stilts, out from underneath leading the winners with 14 points Ganotto another(> t Coast champion and Charles Thom
open the tourney firing Monday ATU last Thursday winning: bya I NATIONAL LKACJl'K: :
lone : as was matched with W. Scott Atlantic Fleet champion.
morning at 1000, while the second tally, 32-31. Harry King TEAM: WON lost
threw in the winning charity toss i Assembly: and Repair 15 0 i. *
and fourth place quintets will face I Administration
each other at 1115. The first place just a few seconds before the game j i M-1 Division Annex 10 11 4 5 I The golf shack is planning to hold a blind-bogie tourney
club in the junior circuit is slatedto ended In one of the bigger: upsetsof Naval VA ATU Hospital No 4 "f 8 every week. And, from all reports, the weekly competitioncould
the week, VA ATU No. 4 7
meet the third placed squad knocked over Administration Annex IATU 8 91Communications be quite a success if, and it's a big: if, most golfers
of the same loop at 1330, while 5 10''I
the second and fourth place outfits 30-29, in a real cage thriller Ordnance. and Gunnery 4 11 knew what a blind bogie was. In response to the many
will do battle at 1415, This will Little Joe Nelson threw in six Yard Department 4 11 j I queries from station golfers, Jack liars'ev explained, "In a

be a "sudden death" eliminationon points in the last three minutesof A.tEmC.UAOVE_ blind-bogie .tournament u golfer picks his own handicap,
Operations 12 2
play to give the "zoomies" a :
Monday, but the two remainingclubs one-point lead. Nelson canned his S, T. .U. 13 3 I with the idea of finishing the course with a total between

then in their move respective into a two-out-of-leagueswill last two-pointer with but a few Suppl\Flax Unit It 9 5 3 70 and 79.Then! the ten numbers are written on separate

three tournament with the eventual seconds loft. Avengers Marines 7 7 7CPO 7 pieces of paper and put into a hat. One of the numbers is

winners facing each other for I A iV It Continue StreakA tTJub 3 9 then drawn and the golfers with the same score as tho
& R continued on its winning 8 11 I "
the station championship drawn
VM Unit 0 15 I one are awarded the first place prizes.
Announce Tourney 1'l.ins I way by bumping off an ever dangerous i --
M-l quintet, 4627. The I
Chief Bob Beaudreau, intramural Dispensary lads zoomed ahead of > AMERICAN LEAGUE LEADERS : I
this week I II
announced
manager, the eventual winners at halftime, '1 .<1"; ".
that a poll of all the coaches of I i but Buck Buntin's 18 markers !
entered in both
the 18 quintets
were too much for the "corps-
I
loops has been taken and an All- I men" to handle and Coach Charlie -
Star quintet will be announced l
Chism's lads
;i annexed their
Monday. Ten men will comprisethe 14th I straight win of the season. I I
star-studded team and from *
The game assured them of the I
this list of cagers will come' a National
: League flag Communi-
"most valuable player' title. Also I cations and Yard Department I'
along tournament lines was the I Ie
i played even ball throughout their
.uncemffit that the winners game last Thursday with the "dot- ,I
and American ;: and-dashers" I
copping the tilt, 41- r ,
,
IlJlIps would receive trophies for 38. Glenn Christy led the winners
capturing the bunting in their respective with 10 points,
leagues. The quintet win- I Dig Guy Fish paced Supply to
ning the station championship will a 42-40 win over the Avengers last
be awarded a handsome trophy, Wednesday. Fish threw in eight
while winning team members will :I markers and played a terrific floor
be awarded gold basketball : and backboard game to lead the
charms. Members of the runner- Supplyers,
; Reg Murphy captured
outfit will receive silver basketballs -
up
scoring honors for the winners \ i /111 ,
with nine points The Avengers b f
Dispensary Mill III Third i rallied In the waning minutes of i .'b >
The M-l Division quintet con- the game, but a brilliant defenseby
tinued to hold down third placeIn i the winners stymied their ef
the National League Monday, forts. The fighting Seahawks
tripping a highly-regarded VA I clung to second place in the junior
ATU No. 4 outfit, 3522.' The losers I circuit as they trounced the Marines -
made a game of it for three quar- 53-38 Johnny Carter and .a ,rr
ters, but then the "corpsmen" Sud Rieder chipped in 12 points -
started filling the air with "pay- apiece to spearhead the winner's
off" buckets. "Do(:" Johnson canned attack. Operations had very little a
14 markers to pace the win- trouble in subduing the CTO '
ners. NARTU, with its skipper on Club last Wednesday 61-37, as r' ra = 1 ar
sidelines rooting them on ( Johnny Ceasar cracked the scoring ,
ic from behind in the final can- I record and set a new all-time )
Friday to slip by a scrappy I high for future hoopsters to strike h ,
"\ M Unit, 3331. George Pna potted at. The little forward pumped in I
a long shot from center with j; 14 two-pointers to rack up 28 i|

but sit seconds remaining to send markers Ceasar cracked the record ... z> ,... ...... ..... ..
the tilt into an overtime. In another of 25 points formerly held by .__ __ ___ .. J ,". ...". .... .--..
thriller Friday, Flag Unit Max Slater of the Naval Hospital A RAITING OPERATION'S quintet continues! to set the pace In the American League with
eked by the VA ATU No. 5 Avengers Jim "Tennessee" Collins of Flag 12 wins and only two losses to their record. They will be one of the tourney favorites in the intra-
826. The winners won ,their Unit swished the nets for 17 mural championships; which are to be stiigf'd'oon.. Members of the team are left to right front row
contest at the, free ,throw lane, markers to completely outscore a Mickey Mac' Danit'ls, Charlie /Buddy) Wool*, Joe Flnlpy, Doyje Mills' and"Howard Gates; back
capitalizing on a)1) of the Aven. game VM, Unit as his team blasted row Ed; )&Btok,, Bob Parkinson, Bill Greene, and 'John'C easar. ;


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.ixi14 thditor'i Note-Thin I I" a new column
appearing for the Hrtt time In this U- i AP1U9NIS\
sue of the Jax Air Sf'\\'II. It will b'! I
LV > devoted to the Chilian Naval and
Marine Air Reierilstt of JarkKoiullle I _
Mho fly and train on weekend at !
the NttMillr Station. \KTIT: has. five
1
squadron of "\\eekendarrlori", I
four Navy and one Marine The column .
will spotlight a different' squadron i I
each week. and will contain matters of ,
general interest and information a* 1
well as choice bit of scuttlebutt This I
week' column I* devoted to \'.It'.lU,
the, Marine MAINSIDE AUDITORIUMMOVIES
I Reserve fighter quadro
) r bt1 I at S\UTU.)

Marine Corps Headquarters has : Wt't'kda's-17S0 and 2000; wt"f'k-end.-lUO. and 2000. .
set a quota of ten rifle and five THURSDAY .' .
I pistol entries for the Marine "MY PAL TRIGGER," with Roy Rogers. : ,1 ';
Corps Reserve in the Marine Corps FRIDAY
I Division Rifle and Pistol Matches "SECRET BEYOND THE DOOR", featuring Joan Bennett. ;
to be held at the Marine Barracks, SATURDAY ..
--- ,, Camp Lejeune, N. C., from 24 to KIDDIE SHOW at 1330. Feature "THE LATE GEORGE AP- ,!
..xr (- 28 May 1918. Persons interested LEY", with Ronald Coleman.
should contact Captain Richard, SUNDAY
Marine Air Detachment;. Building "THE LATE GEORGE APLEY", starring Ronald Coleman.

907 : MONDAYxr : &
I The quota for 15 days of active "- YOU KNEW SUSIE: ; with Eddie Oantor.TUESDAY ..- B
training: duty during the present AND R'EDNESDAY"CALL
S>PrrPr J fiscal year (until 30 June 1948) is NORTHSIDE 777", featuring James Stewart.

"It's not that I'm afraid to jump it's jy"t that this i<* me still unfilled and the opportunityexists THURSDAY
I. I for three Naval Aviators, "IN OLD SACRAMENTO", starring Constance Moore.
time I'\e ever packed one of lhee things for MYSELF!"
__ USMCR, two Aviation Ground Officers -
I USMCR, one officer, JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM j
c USNR and four enlisted USNR, .
t M I to avail themselves of this train- Shows start at 2000. ,. )
Hospital interested THURSDAY AND FRIDAY '
ing with pay. Anyone
should contact the Marine Air "BAMBI", Disney feature cartoon. J!

Detachment immediately, as periods SATURDAY"IN
ChatterYes ,1/ .111. .a1 of active training duty will OLD SACRAMENTO", with Constance Moore. oJ"
be reserved on a "first-come, first- SUNDAY
1 served" basis. For those who have i "SECRET BEYOND THE DOOR", featuring Joan Bennett 1
old St. Pat's Day is here .
:MONDAY AND TUESDAY .
I already had one period of active
again. Whether you are Irish ,01.1 duty training this year (since 1 "THE LATE GEORGE APLEY", starring Ronald Coleman 1
lot, you will have a big time at
I July 1917 to date), it be \\EDNLSDAY
the : may pOSesible
St. Patrick's Day ir II
party
"IF YOU KNEW SUSIE" with
Eddie
Cantor.
I to another such
In THE
Red Cross Recreation Hall, 1", CRY OF DOLORES, procure THURSDAY
Herbert Gorman, the author of period. Those interested should
March at 1930. A
jolly ole goodtime
"CALL NORTHSIDE 777" :
contact the Marine Air Detach featuring James Stewart
can be had by all "The Wine of San Lorenzo", recreates -
s the Mexican uprising of, ment office immediately. OTHER EVENTS
Big Variety Show, 18 March, i in m 1810 in very vivid fiction. The pat- Congratulations to WO and Mrs.
the Rec Hall at 1930! This is the terns of the lives of a shy Indian Quagliotti, who are now worrying IUNGO PARTY-Every Thursday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
group that you have been asking girl and her son by a drunken about that 0200 bottle, and the I MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 4, Bldg. 913, open 1200-2400.
for. The Bagaley Junior Theater Spanish oflicer are interwovenwith never-ending changes Recently 1 Club meets at 1900 Wednesoaya.i .
group from Jax. This is a treat, the life of the priest Hidalgo, I Mrs. Quagliotti presented the i MODEL RACE CAR CLUB-Room 3. Bldg. 913. Meets at 1900
so jot this date down on your social whose spirit dominates the rev watchmaker (and squadron maintenance Fridays.
calendar. It's a must! olution. This Is a very interesting, I officer) with their first PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB-Room 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1930
-* highly-colored novel of Mexico child, a daughters Both mother Thursdays
Yes, fellas, the ladies who come Another novel of Mexico, laid and daughter, we hear, are doing BOWLING-Six alleys located in Mamside Recreation Building
on your ward dressed in green in the city of Monterrey, is STEP splendidly. Ditto PFC and Mrs. No 3. Alleys open all week from 1630 to 2130. "
coats and pushing carts loaded DOWN, ELDER BROTHER by J. G. Davis who boast a brand BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
with craft supplies are the Red Josephina Niggli. The story is pri- I new daughter, Jerry Lamar Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside :Mat after
Cross Arts and Skills Volunteer marily that of Domingo Vasquezde Weight, 6 Ibs, 6 ounces 1500.
Corps. They can help you make Anda, who, while he acceptsthe It is expected that there will MAINS1DC LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center; located in
many useful things. They can ties of family authority that be two stationkeeper openings the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
teach you many crafts so that you hold him and direct him Is, nevertheless within the Marine Air Detach- their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily Available for wedding receptions -
can have something to work on resentful of them and is ment shortly. Priority will be given by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-phonograph
while you have a lot of time on anxious sometimes to break with to members of VMF-144 who available for use of all hands. I
your hands and nothing to do. them. Through the members of his are Interested. The policy of the LIBRARY-Located on second deck: of Mainside Recreation Build.
Don't fail to call on them; they family and other inhabitants of Marine Air Detachment is to take ing No. 3. Open from 0900" to 2000 Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
want to serve you.. the city, the reader is given a pic- personnel of the 6th and 7th pay 0900 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2000
s ture of the city of Monterrey, its grades for these openings. How- SWL'\ll\IING-Indoor: Pool Dally Monday through Friday-1800
PATIENT OF THE WEEK:: modern homes, and the old houses ever, any one interested, regardless to 2100. Saturday-0900 to 210d;. Sunday-1300 to 2100.
Paul W. Hampton, S2c, from that are bound up with traditionsand of pay grade, should contactthe GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sunday *
Ward C-2 is this week's outstand- stories of the past. Marine Air Detachment. If from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
ing patient. FEAST OF THE JESTERS by there is not an opening in your trunks prohibited on Golf Course..
Hampton hails from deep in the Manual Komroff is a romantic pay grade, you can still put your ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
heart of Texas-Cleburne. On 12 satire centering around a little name on the waiting list. "ords and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
May 1917, he Unlisted In the group of French actors down on If you wish to get the most out Field. Dancing every Wednesday night with the Air Station Band.
Navy. San Diego, California, was their luck. The troupe travels to of ground technical training pro- TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-
his first and only station before Vienna in 1814 to make its for gram, be sure not to miss a single ing Building No. 726.
coming to NATTCenter last Sep tune. There they run headlong into drill. Ground technical trainingfor NURSERY-Sponsored by the Navy Wives Club In Bldg. 1101.
tember. the intrigue and mercenary in- the month of March will con- Hours: Monday through Friday-0700 .to 2100; Saturday-0700 to
Hamp expects to be surveyedout terests of the dozen of petty tinue along the prescribed courses 0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Hourly-25, cents for one child; 10 cents
of the Navy this week. He kings and dukes of small prin- of study. Training has been for each additional child; Card-$8 for one child; $10 for two children;
plans to go home for a short time cipalities who have come to the planned for all aviation mechanics and $11 for three or more children; Daily (for working mothers$l-
and then go to the Baptist Seminary Congress of Vienna to make their metalsmiths, electricians, from 0700 to 1800.
at Fort Worth to study for fortunes. radio-radar personnel and ord-
the ministry. As a hobby, he likesto THE BATTLE OF THE AT- nance section. The remainder of WHERE TO GO ASHORE
tinker with radios. As for LANTIC is the first volume the unqualified personnel will receive SALVATION ARMY SERVICEMEN'S NTU-602 West Adams -
sports, he likes them all. Along chronologically, but the second in "In-Service" training in above Lane Drug Store, one block west of Navy Bus Station.
the food line, fried chicken comes order of publication of "History their particular specialty. Any Free use of recreation room, writing room, music room, checkroom
first. Though he's a quiet, easy- of United States Naval Opera- suggestions, comments, or criti- and shower facilities. Light refreshments available at snack
going sort of person, yet you know tions in World War II". This vol- cisms of the technical trainingwill bar. Open from 12 noon to 12 midnight.
when he is around. ume deals with the defense of our be welcomed
Well, Hamp, we wish you the own shores and ships. Much of it Headquarters U. S. Marine
best of eveyrthing when you get fs devoted to the history of trans- Corps has announced that Robert NIITTCMovie
back into civilian life. You seem atlantic, coastal, Russian Caribbean Sherrod is now preparing a His-
plenty anxious to get back to and Brazilian convoys, and tory of Marine Aviation in World .) .
"them wide open spaces" but, to the war on the U-boats. It describes War II. In order that material Schedule '
frankly, I think that hometowngirl the gradual emergence of which might be of value will .not
friend has a lot to do with it. the Navy from the neutrality pa- be overlooked, it is requested that
'Vt'f'k-elUb-1400 1730 and 2015
; "ef'k-daY't-l1S0 and 2015.
OCCUPATIONAL TIIFRAPY trol and Western Hemisphere defense any present or former member of THURSDAY
through the "short-of-war" the armed forces, knowing of incidents -
Don't be surprised, fellows, if THE CHALLENGE, with Tom Conway and June Vincent
phases, to full-fledged war with or actions or having photo-
someone sneaks up and snaps a FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
believes shouldbe
and Italy. graphs which he
picture of you. Yes. the Photo Germany included, mail such materialto DESIRE ME, featuring Greer Garson and Robert Mitchum
Lab has finally opened! Camerasare teur: radio fiend. He has printed the Marine Aviation History SUNDAY
being loaned to you patients striking "call cards;; with his call Board, Room 4928, Navy Depart- LET'S LIVE AGAIN, starring John Emory and Hillary Brooke.
and the films, too, as long as they MONDAY AND TUESDAY
number in red and the rest of ment, Washington, D C. The ma-
last. There have been some the information in blue! terial submitted should be plainly BAMBI (a Walt Disney Feature Cartoon.)
mighty snappy shots turned with marked with the sender's name EDNKSDAY
these Kodak Vigilantes. everything and return address. Also there IN OLD SACRAMENTO, featuring Constance Moore and Wil-
Is clicking along for devel- Mrs. Sturgeon HonoredBy must be a positive statement if lIam Elliott.
oping, printing, and enlarging. the material Is to be returned to THURSDAY
Come down and see for yourself.J. Wives Club; Social the owner when it is no longer SECRET BEYOND THE DOOR, starring Joan Bennett and
H. Jackson, V. A. P., can't Topic To Be GardeningMrs. required by the Board. 'Material Michael Redgrave. .
to of this 0 T. -- ---- ----
seem get enough be ---- ---- ------
will
not marked destroyedwhen
He has made a rug on each loom, Marie Sturgeon was hon- so it has served Its married. Congratulations to MSgt or sharp-shooter rifleman this:
not to mCntion the wallet and belts ored with a farewell handkerchief purpose.It and Mrs. Ebert spring Is to learn the basic principles
he has made. You can count on shower last week at the monthly has been suggested that Local papers recently carried I of rifle and pistol mark-
Jackson being in the O T. shop business meeting of the Jackson- VMF-144 organize a baseball (not the story announcing the engage-manship 1 right now by practicing
from OSOO till 1630. He never ville Navy Wives Club No. 86. softball) team and enter one of ment of Miss Alice St. John DuI I every Friday night at the Duval
falls us. The Club will hold its socialin the local sandlot leagues. So let's :laney and Lt Leo D. Sheridan, Armory, located at the corner of
Lt. P. Bertelli is quite an ama- the Club House in Dewey Park hear from those interested to determine -' Jr, USMCR.' Lt. Sheridan is a State and Market Streets. IndocA ')
this afternoon. Gardening will be whether this subject; ;member of VMF-144, having recently practice will be continued untiifl,
STATION NURSERY CLOSED the; topic of discussion. All Navy should be pursued further. j, .:: transferred from the Organized May at the Armory then outdoor
Wives have been Invited to attend Master Sergeant Ebert of the | Marine Corps Reserve practice with the Ml will start at
rou T\\O-\VEIK rnitioo squadron ordnance section :Squadron at Atlanta, Ga. the Yellow Water rifle range on
The station nursery, sponsoredby It was announced that the bin- ed in the Marine Air enust-I Would you like to wear the week-ends, excluding the scheduled -
the Navy Wives Club, will be go jackpot for tonight at the An- 11 January, 1948. However, ]Rifle and Pistol qualificationbadge drill week-end. Remember,
closed for two weeks, it was announced c'-'trage will be $25. There will January 1918 Sgt. Ebert took the ]i : and receive extra pay while the only cost to you is a donation
by Mrs. Francis Scaggs also be a $15 blackout card anda necessary steps (quavering, we attending annual training maneuvrs if 10 to 15 cents to help defray
newly-appointed nursery supervisor I I free game for a nursery card. bet) to get himself a new CO for ? The best way to make sure the coat of using the Armory
All profits go to the nursery on that date the sergeant wa.J.1 that you will qualify as expert ange.Page .