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Creation Date: March 18, 1948
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;" j Hobby ShopI I Wilt Open Monday





Event To Be Marked By


"Open House" At 1900


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Culminating: more than a year of planning and prepara- -- : -
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tion, the NAS Hobby Shop, located in Bldg. 913, will open Vol.5--No. 49 USNAS AND NATTC, JACKSONVILLE' FLORIDA 18 Mar. 1918

its doors to Air Station personnel at 1900 Monday with

brief ceremonies.The '
opening will be marked by a special "Open House" 'Red Cross Fund'Drive'

during which officers_._ enlisted personnel, and their de-
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I .. Commissary Store I cilities Visitors offered will be by served the Hobby coffee Shop.and Making Slow' ProgressCNO

I doughnuts to make the affair a

;t Staging Big SaleDoes real "grand opening". Suitable '
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parking is being provided for the
your husband beef when anticipated crowds which are expected VISITS NAS
your household' allowance fails to to throng the various shops Two Weeks Left
last from payday to payday? Do I during the evening. Samples you get hoarse explaining that 1 articles which can be made in the
grocery prices have doubled and shops will be on display. To Go Over TopWith
tripled until now it takes a ten Authorized by the Bureau of

dollar bill for just a handful of I Naval Personnel, and operated under -
articles which you can carry homein the direction of the Physiral! the current ]Red Cross
a small paper sack? Training and Welfare Department Fund
Well, here's your chance to get j the Hobby Shop is one of the best Campaign already nearly
some temporary relief! The Com equipped in the Navy. Thousands three weeks old, only $1-
missary Store is again staging a i I lof dollars worth of machines and 357.41; has been turned in to

clearance sale of 103 slow-mov- materials have been installed for the Field Director's office so
ling items at sharply reduced 1 use by naval and Marine Corps far
to issued
IYa5 according a report -
p
And If rememberthe
prices. you can personnel and their dependents .1
last sale of this kind in October -| here, and it is expected that the yesterday by Allen G.

it means get there early. activity will be one of the most Scarbrough, local Field Direc
The sale starts at 0830 Monday I popular off-duty spots aboard. Every -
morning and continues until all conceivable type of handicraft tor.A
,'. stocks have been sold out. will be offered. 7 rough estimate placed at 75
The merchandise to be sold at The shop will be open daily from t o per cent the number of activities
which have
reduced prices Is all topqualitystuff 1700 to 2100 and from 1300 to already reported.
However, A&R was not included
in perfect condition. How- 2100 on Saturday. It will not be
In the list of those who had com
ever, the brands may not be widely open on Sundays.In .
I known and, therefore, sales of addition to the giant lathes pietfd their drives, and A&R us-
these items may be slow, takingup and drill presses, a wellstockedtool ually turns in the largest single
ontnbution because of its huge
valuable counter and
storage crib has been provided from
space. The sale is being conducted which hobbyists can draw all sorts military and civilian complement.While .
to clear out these stocks.In of hand tools. the station raised slightly -
l more than $1,100 last dur-
be year
some cases, there may apurchase
Chief Ted Newman Is the director -
limit on individual itemsso ing the 1917 campaign, no goalis
of the Hobby Shop and also .
fair ever set for Red Cross drives.It
that
everyone may get a an instructor. Chief Frank Tanner .
is hoped by campaign officials
share. In these cases, the limit b
will be marked on the display I:' is a general instructor in leather- ,, that this year's total will meet, if
craft, weaving, woodcarving, art
shelves. I not surpass, last year's contribu-
metal, and other artcrafts. Otherson ADMIRAL LOUIS E. DENFELI, Chief of Naval Operations ;, tion.
the Hobby Shop staff include stopped off briefly at NAS Monday on his return to Washingtonfrom i A tremendous amount of moneyis
Billets Open On i Chief Al Hance and Joe Conville, the Naval Base at Key West where Secretary of National De- > needed by the American Red

Reserve Cruise To S2c, sales room; Chief Tony Ric- fense James Forrestal had been confenng with the nation's top Cross for its work both at home
ciardelli and Chris Sprawl, AMlc, I military leaders. Here, Admiral Denfeld chats with Rear Admiral | and abroad where American
Cristobal On 4 April
metal and plastics instructors; Davison, Commandant of the Seventh Naval District after step- troops are still stationed. Nationally
Several billets are still open Chief Walter Reeves, model air- ping from his plane. Captain L. F. Sugnet, the 7th N. D. Operations the organization is seek-
to naval reservists on the forthcoming I I planes and boats, miniature race District Intelligence Officer, is in the background. ing 75 million dollars to carry out
cruise of the USS Mr.I cars, coin club; H. B. Clayton, --- --- its program on all fronts.
Clelland to Cristobal, Panama, it I AOMlc, photo lab Instructor; Joe Chaplain Robert L. Murphy,
was announced yesterday. Martin, AMMlc, machine shop in- Chapel Services Mark chairman of the Navy effort, yes-
The McClelland, assigned to the structor; and Bill Cooper, AMlc. terday urged all those who have
Jacksonville Naval Reserve Train- carpenter shop instructor.The not yet contributed to the cam-
ing Center on the Southside, is Hobby Shop staff is particularly Holy Week Observance paign to give generously. "Thereis
scheduled to leave on4 April enthusiastic about the op. I no other organization that can
for two weeks. Among the ratings I ening, having been waiting for Religious Services in keeping with the Easter season do the job of the Red Cross. No

open are MoMM, MM and EM. this day for many long months. are planned for both the Protestant and Catholic Chapels other group can provide disaster
Information concerning the They predict a bright future for relief aid to servicemen, and all
I here Week. From Palm 21 March ,
throughout Holy Sunday
,
cruise may be obtained from the the activity and term it a "hob- the other missions of the Red
Director of Training In Bid. j byist's paradise". Everything has to Easter Sunday on the 28th, the Chapels will be the scene I Cross. Unless we support the

907, ext. 649. Immediate action been made ready for the opening, of almost ceaseless activity. I Red Cross wholeheartedly, it will

was urged as many details must they said, and they extend a cor- I. Chaplain A. C. Boyer will preach at the 0930 Palm (Continued on Page 5))
be completed prior to the sched dial welcome to ell hands to make --- -------- --- -- .--
Sunday service. His subject will ---- -- ----
uled departure date. use of the facilities
be "Not By Might Nor By Power.-
Francis Lee Albert Station GetsPersonnel New Civilian
er. Chaplain
, Navy Inspector General To will bring a message on "The Triumphal

;'I' Entry" at the 1045 serv- Ce ilings 16 Maythe
i ice. A highlight of this service will

Review Operations At NAS be a pre-Easter Communion.
. During the week, 'from 1215 to A total of 915 IVb and 2,330II number of persons who must
Heads of Departments of all 1245 daily, 30-mlnute meditation III, and IVa employees has I be reduced in force to bripg the
I
{ NAS activities met yesterday General. Captain Sparrow will services have been scheduled. been set as the station's overall complement within the new\quota.
morning, in the Conference Roomof arrive here Monday and remain Monday, with Chaplain Francis civilian personnel ceiling effective I'' The order listed individual de-
the Main Administration Building until Friday. Lee Albert presiding, Chaplain 16 May, it was revealed this weekin partment ceilings as follows:

to discuss the coming inspec- Rear Admiral Thebaud will be I Robert L. Murphy will preach on Station Order 9-4S. I Group Groups If,
tion of the Air Station by Rear accompanied by a party of five "The Magnetic Christ." Tuesday, No figures on present complements Jt'I&rf'mf'nt IVb 111 and IVa
Admiral Hewlett Thebaud, Inspector officers during his inspection I with Chaplain Robert L. Murphy were given in the order, Exec. Dept. 40 0
General of the next here. (Continued on Page 5)) Iso it impossible to determine
and .Navy, __ ____ ___n____ .__ __._was_ ._._. ATD 23 5
Thursday Friday.The
admiral and his party Is YOU CAN'T HELP BUT SEE THIS IRD 47 3
A&R 136
at NAS Jax ,. 1,000
expected on Monday, 4 Pub. Works 82 1,027
but he will go from here to Key I
Supply 466 295
West for an inspection there. He S
-- -- -- Inspection 42 0
will return to inspect Jackson- :
Communicat'ns IS 0
ville and Green Cove
Springs nav-
If'i! Medical 7 0
week.It al facilities. the latter part of the J Yard Dept. 52 0

Senior BOQ ..- 5
was understood that Rear Ad-
-
miral Thebaud's inspection wouldbe 919: 2,335
: MARCH 1-31
a working inspection to witness ii
J actual operation of the various departments -

Jacksonville here. and Green Cove c "MANY TIMES A YEAR THE PEOPLE Salvation Army To
:
Springs is also scheduled to be Collect Old Papers

inspected by Captain M. G. Slar- f TURN TO THE RED CROSS... And Magazines HereA
the Supply Corps Inspector .
_row._ .__ f .
u Salvation truck will
Army
._ f' ONCE A
YEAR THE RED CROSS make the rounds of the station's

\ I housing areas on Thursday, 1
1-Jax-NaVy Boxers In i TURNS TO THE PEOPLE" 'April, to pick up old newspapers

Memphis For TourneyThe and magazines from Navy families -

according to arrangements i
Jax-Navy boxing team I "President Truman.KVEICY concluded this wek.
took off in an RID yesterday I Collections will be made on the
morning for Memphis, Tenn., .",,, 'Y first Thursday of each month for
'
where they will battle for Na- I j r these articles, it was announce-
val Air Training Athletic Conference ----
honors. Under the supervision I
of Chief Robert Justlds 31.

assistant!' coach, the Jix- ,
Navy mittmen will return tll< eel,1 n Sa/J!
the station Sunday evening/

Sixteen stations are expected I I .a "Our inalienable right ,THE
to compete in the tourney in I PURSUIT OF UAri'lNKSS, as

which Jacksonville took a sec- .._.. ... .........,- I propounded lit the Declaration
ond .place a will season ago.this The aft- TIME: : 1'KKSONNKL at NAS enter the station, they are reminded of the current Red of Independence, alas never Intended -
first fights begin
followed bouts Cross Fund Campaign by the huge sign just outside the Main Gate. The billboard bears the wordsof to Include speeding In
ernoon, by more "
tonight. President Truman which keynoted the annual appeal made by the Red Cross for money to carryout an automobile.

its program. Here, Allen C. Scarbrough, Field Director, admires the attention-getting message

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Editorial Offices e

South Wing, Loner Deck, Bldg. 930 ,News orviVieu 1n31nSkItd

Telephone Extension 8184

Arthur M. Greene Editor

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the

U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and
printed commercially with non-appropriated funds THE ART OF GETTING ALONG

at no expense to the government and in compliance I, Sooner or later, a man, if he is wise, dis-

with SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December covers that life is a mixture of good days

1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat and bad, victory and defeat give and take.
,
the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical I
Training Center, the Headquarteia of the Naval He learns that "it doesn't pay to be a too

Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters ot sensitive soul, that he should let some

the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air things go over his head like water off a Sleeve
Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Range duck's back.
and the U. S. Naval Hospital.
He learns that he who loses his temper

Rear Admiral Ralph Da\lson usually loses out.

Chief Commandant.of Naval Seventh Air Advanced Naval District Training He learns that all men have burnt toast

for breakfast now and then, and that heshouldn't
Herbert USN, Commanding
Captain S. Duckwotth. "
Jacksonville Naval Air Station seriously.take the other fellow's grouchtoo

Captain C. M. Schaar. Lt, Col. Robert A. Black
(M( ), USN: Commanding Commanding Marine Ah He learns that carrying a chip on his

U, S. Naval Hospital Detachment, NARTU shoulder is the easiest way to get into a

Captain F. XV. Prlestrnan.I'SNR. fight.
Commanding Lt. Col. T. C. Moore, Jr. He learns that the quickest way to become
Naval; Air Reserve USMC Commanding
Training Unit Marine Barracks others.unpopular is to carry tales and gossip about .

The JAX AIR NEWS receives Ship's Editorial Associationmateriah
Republication of credited matter prohibited He learns that buck-passing always turns '-- .
without permission of SEA Washington I 25, D. C. Re
publlcation of any other matter, except by service publications. \ out to. be a boomerang, and that it never "No r'commercial
Is prohibited, without permission ol Editor, pays.

JAX AIR NEWS. He comes to realize that the Navy could

Enlisted Contest run perfectly well without him. I Bulletin I

Essay He learns that even the janitor is human,
Bulletinsill he until has been filled hut not later
accepted "spare ,
(lly ship" Editorial A- *lation) and that it does no harm to smile and than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 8230.

Enlisted personnel on active duty in the say, "Good Morning," even if it's raining. FOR SALE 500th of a second exposure, leather
car, \ In" case. $.10. Larson, Communications -
Navy, Marine Corps or Coast Guard are eligible He learns that it doesn't matter so much ClrofleK cameia. F3.5 Wollensack len. Office, Room : .21. Bldg 1.
the U. S. Naval Institute'sEnlisted who gets the credit so long as the busi- speeds up to 1 hKflll a necond. Include 1936 Ford coupe. Radio healer, five
to enter leather I ease, flash Kun good tires good condition I $4l(). JoC to
Prize Essay contest. ness benefits. Kodak len shade, adapter ring. step 417, Davidson
up ting three Argus filters In excellent Solid maple breakfast set 9x12 roar
First prize for the competition will be a He learns that most of the other fellows condition. Kxt M5, or D. K and giey colored lug, living loom
are as ambitious as he is, that they have Eshelman, Bks, "M, after working couch chair, console model radio-
cash award of not less than $300 nor more ftouis.Piewai. phonograph combination, "011-11 WhY
and lifetime brains as good or better, and that hard stucco bungalow. Attached garage bar walnut chest of diawer Kt.
than $700, plus a gold medal a work not cleverness is the secret of screened poirh electric kitchen. 8122. 1318A Randolph St., NAS Mrs.
suc -
membership in the Institute. As little as $600 rash to well- Scott.
qualified GI.. five minutes from Stenotype machine with instruction
Manuscripts may be on any subject per- cess.He NAS. I>t. Radddtz. Ext. 8156 4053Tlmuqudna I book and carrying I case. 'In excellent -
learns to sympathize with the young- Road. condition, used very little. Foster
taining to the naval profession, must be less Bldg 116 Ext +12.
ster into the Outboard motor, Under. i
because
coming Navy he remembers lh'k J3.t c> 1941 model.: 24 ft. Schult trailer Tandem -
than 8,000 words, typewritten, doublespacedon 4.2 h.p.. model Not adaptable wheels, electric I refrigerator I
how bewildered he was when he extras
for trolling $50. Carson, t.\t.:
: Dale E Schwartz, lot 24,
Yu
8' by 11 inches in size and mustbe
632.
> ,
paper
/; fjrst started out. kon Trailer Park, phone 2-3775.
submitted in triplicate, each copy com- 1947 Ciosle>' two-door sedan, like new, Baby buggy, $4; balhlnette' $5; baby
He learns that folks are not any harderto 51+0(1. 1931! Chevrolet four-door sedan used SI. Mrs Saw-
kt'lfhs"J\tl
plete within itself. get along with in one place than good engine two new tires : n St: NAS.
an- sealed beam headlights, $100 Fred All steel luggage carrier waterproof
Essays are to be submitted in a sealed other, and that the "getting along" depends McCullout-h Lot 8, Yukon Tialler cover, $10. Airs Sawlckl, 1218A St..
Park, after !(; (). NAS
envelope marked Enlisted Prize Essay Con- about 95 per cent on his own behavior. ant Pontiac club coupe. Excellent 191 Dodge radio In perfect condition.
test. The competitor's name shall not appearon condition Bargain| $ 50. Lewis, Pearson. Ext. 618
Ext. 705, 28.132.1UJ7 .
or phone FOR KENT
the essay, but each entry must have a Foid, V50U. Burgess, 3813B: Nor Private bedroom and use of house ,
motto and must be accompanied by man St.. Dewey Park. Phone 2-8371 Mrs. Robert Tourhlr
a sepa- Special Holy Week ServicesAll 1U47 Studebaker Commander Regal deluxe Room with >n.
private bath private en
rate sealed envelope with the motto writtenon live passenger coupe. O\ei- trance twin beds and garage Phone
drive, radio, heater.
fog IlKhts. Cost
2-0870 J. E, Rf'\ .
lei' after
the outside and the of the entrant 1JOO.>
name Saints' Protestant" Chapel $2430 new will sell for $2175. Lt One or two-room cabins.
: Seven miles"
and the motto on the inside. This envelopewill W. J. Manb}'. ATU No.2, Ext. 4JO.: south of Main Gate, first" road to
Palm Living room suite, end tables
Sunday, 21 March ; two left, Joseph F. Califano,
not be opened until the board of judgeshas bedroom suites. including bed with Tourist Camp. Tropical
0930-"Not By Might Nor By Power", ChaplainA. Inner-spitng irwtliess. chest of draw Furnished bedroom with kitchen
made the award. C. Boyer preaching. s PI'S.41(111)', odd bed, and dresser; lieges In private home Working prlv-

All entries will be judged by the Board of 1045 -"The Triumphal Entry", Chaplain Francis sewing Kitchen; curtains.machine; Brown dinette, 381813 set Norman with I I couple 4542 Blount, Phone 2W32; Mrs.I gulmny.
Ave :
Lee Albert preaching. (The Pre-Easter Com- St.. Dewey Paik. Tlmuquana Manor.
Control of the Institute. Before a manuscript I Private loom with use of kitchen and
munion will be offered at this service). Six-room stucco E' bed- all home
t'nagwNl: privileges. Convenient fo
is given the prize, the board must consider looms. owner bus >
I
;MIDDAY MEDITATIONS must sacrifice Ext. 8262 during o- mdnTdii'h shopping centerhone
it to be of sufficient merit. However, working hours \ P. Dickey
or phone 7-7824,
Lt. Three-ioom
1215 to 1245 Each Noon garage apartment fur.
one or more essays may be given honorable Come Bishop *hed, $75 per monm. Edlln; Ext.
( as are)
you Custom built house Caller, 1J: \7'. Furnished 743. 4755 Royal Ave. Murray 11111.
mention, provided they are considered to Monday-Chaplain Francis Lee Albert presiding. with Ire-box, bed sofa, stove, Double I loom private horne, next to
merit the award irrespective of the award of Chaplain Robert L. Murphy preaching. Sermon table (hair, etc. Ideal for couple bath. ss.n 4557 Post St.
Must sucilfu-e. W. if. Folks, BMle,
the prize essay. Essays named for honor- : "The Magnetic Christ." NATTC Police Office Ext. 8219. WANTED
Tuesday-Chaplain Robert L. Murphy presiding. Ford radio, l'omplelt'Ilth aerial, new Ride from !sih and Main to Main' Gate
able mention shall receive prizes as may be Chaplain E. J. Nerthhng preaching. Sermon: $40. Phone 4"60)4, Jerry Fleming \Vorklnji, hours 0800 to 1630'I"at' -
lon Ext. :\87.
after 1730.
adjudged by the Board of Control, but life- "Why Was Christ Crucified ?" Royal portable tvpewrlter. Ride Horn fauval nnj Main to Stain
complete
time memberships will not be issued for any Wednesday-Chaplain H. F. Menges presiding. reconditioned i $35. Cull M. M John Miss GutE' "llbiking hours ONIQ: 10 1630.
of the honorable mention awards.In Chaplain J. B. McPherson preaching. Ser- son Ext. 759: between 0700 and 1540. Job Bf"nnNt. EXI. 3R7. '
or Ext. 352, Room 119, between 1600 all buby Ilttt'l' Middle aged lady .
mon: "R.S.V.P. and 2000. Phone 2-641! Airs, W.lJot'1': .
the event that is considered to
no essay T\I o-burner Good used linger electric
Last hot-plate, sewing
Maundy Thursday ( Supper Memorial dinette set fi ma-
merit either prize or honorable mention Chaplain A. C. Boyer i.n charge. Chaplain Are rug. 0x12. $15 each, C, W. chineM't. Thompson. Fast lid "
Gates Kxt. ,
4 JO
or phone
2-6972.!
classification, a special award will be given I Robert L. Murphy assisting. Sermon: "The Portable washer. used only five month Doughnut
for the best essay submitted. Last Supper." PUl"k.Hanlan J821B:. Norman St., Dewey Dunking
b,1 Good Friday Chaplain A. C. Boyer presiding. Declared DecorousNew
Judging of manuscripts will be done Miniature camera, takes 16 plctu.es. on
Chaplain H. F. Mengea preaching. Sermon: j' 127 roll film f25 anastlRmat! Tense York (SEA)-Itreathe a
ballot vote without knowledge of the names "The Cross." focal plane shutter,, 1/25 to 1, BooM sigh of relief all
who
of the competitors. As soon as practicableafter Easter Sunday, 28 Starch lIel'seconds, Jxt.:: Ever-tend 8-32.: ) l'8I1t' $.30. 1.1. engage In the enjoyable ye pastimeof Mould

the September meeting of the board 0615: -Easter Sunrise Service on the shore of Casa I B r.hI!12.15A; good o'k1' lciGAS.Mrs doughnut dunking

awards will be announced and presented to Linda Lake, near the Chapel Playground, Five-ptece dinette Hancock" 1"11.,extra table According to Emily Post, the
winning entrants. conducted by Chaplain R. L. Murphy, assisted leaf. 515, Mrs. Libby, 13165 Randolph reigning judge of social etiquette -
by the Chapel Choir and the Children's St.. NAS, dipping the delicacy In",
Essays named for prize, honorable men- Choir.0930"No Ma tically>tag dutch new..oven gas sloe Prac: legal and above board, provlding
excellent .
tion or special award classification will be Room In The Tomb", Chaplain A. C. Phone 7-6356; after 1700, Mrs condition Lila It Is done properly. In an

printed in the Naval Institute Publication Boyer preaching Three tji erne rocker. address to the National Dunking

Proceedings. Other essays may be pub- 1045-"The Message Of Easter: Immortality", weeks old one spaniel rwltwo puppies red, and ten A""odatlonlill* Post wild the
Francis Lee Albert preaching white PaitlHColors. doughnut should be
Chaplain Registered Lt broken In
lished at the discretion of the Board, and Dedication( of children at this Easter Service Comdr. D. H. Epperson. Ext. '561. half and neatly dipped into col-: .....

authors will be paid at the established rate ). Two-wheel used will luggage sncilflce: << trailer.Ext. 712 slightly: fee or Nome other beverage

for articles not submitted in competition. Phone 8-144'. Lt. Comdr. or -- ---- '- -- --
P. R. Rur-
St. Edward's Catholic Chapel Cher, -- ---u______
Essays must be mailed in time so as to be Household accessories and bahv equip-! '
Palm Sunday, 21 March
received by the Institute on or before 1 Aug- 0700-0900-UOO-Blessing and distribution of the SSS1'. ,Reasonable. Ccmdr. Knlikelblne.price. Phone 470: 8I>I FLEET RESERVE ASS'N

ust. They should be addressed to Secretary- palms. Mirllewood Rd., Rlserilale! noli.dens.
22' Alma house ,
Treasurer, U. S. Naval Institute, U. S. Naval Monday through Friday butane gas: electric l trailer brakes Sterns. can four ho,
Academy Annapolis Md. 1200 Daily Mass.Saturday. flnanted. H. Da'llnphone 2-fc.Vxi.) "SHAMROCK: HOP"
,
27 March Set of Amt'l kiln Encyclopedia and
volumes 30f .orld. \\d..' II. also bjfoki I
0700--Ma88.
\ A. ** CtXt, I I
Easter Sunday, 28 ;March 19423Plymouth i four-door ase Nf'rfTo' ROOSEVELT HOTEL

NSLI ReinstatementThe 070009001100Mass.. High Mass is at 0000. sale.paint See lob at healer 4JOfJC Pllct'd Dewey for Park quick I !O P. M.-1 A. M.
An-
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nt'),. G. W
following notification from the Veter the reinstatement involves term insurance, 1941 Oldsmobile Mane club cuuga.. Engine! I

an's Administration is quoted for informs only two monthly premiums are required, din new lllst hf'atE'r December lIal"ley, 11t'd F:. tires. rs MUSIC
Anderson
,
tion and guidance. one for the grace month following the date l.JO 123.1B Hancock sl. NAS. BY

"National Service Life Insurance which of lapse of the insurance, and the other for unusually Chrysler Iood fhe condition lUlISE'ni"t'I' true coupe mil.. In''

has lapsed may be reinstated without neces the: current month in which the reinstatement age 50,000.been gets, good gas mileage: '
never driven over 58 m.pUh.. : JIM WHITE AND HIS
sarily taking a physical examination if proper is effected. If the reinstatement of a usually Hen Heusonahly priced un-nt

application is made within three months permanent plan of insurance is involved, i it *SKC'5"'? 01', ran damaged' I*: financed In any way Never ran wretk-fur- I RHYTHMASTERSFRIDAY .

. of date of lapse or on or before July :31, 1918, will be necessary that the applicant tenderall "ll ardee.cell: .t 644fern'ephonef S-721'.

whichever is later, showing that the appli premiums in arrears, with interest, from after 1700. : I MARCH

cant is in as good health as he was on the their; several due dates as a prerequisite to Man's new th't.blc.vcle... GI$10.01'11' 4557(,.Mxl Post condition.St. I: : 19th

date of lapse. reinstatement."This Play, pen trailer' Used very little

"The extension was granted to give every extension will afford added time after Mlllignn.' 1630. 40.: Dewey Perk: ADMISSION:

former policyholder more time to reinstate within which reinstatement may be effected Sofa Hill bed H46A nnd Child t-rnU fct.>nil. NAS.rhalr. J10 I $1.25 PER PERSON

his National Service Life Insurance, provided in the majority of cases without the requirement J"pnnetio camera Take. 12 nlettirei on

he is not totally disabled. In the event of a medical examination ." mode 120: film.view nnMlgmat And rune 3.:'finder\lens., a..tn.1


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Naval aviators finishing advanced -
I January was drawn up by the
training here now will be thor-
oughly schooled in the rudiments I three instructors. It was written
t of aerial photography upon leavingthe | in the" station library with the helpof
station. Three instructors, NATTC Pensacola, NATTC
Jacksonville, and the combined
working under orders from the
< Navy Department in Washington experience of Lt. (jg) Crain and
hiY Chiefs Koser and Keller

:& have condensed a 600-hour coursein
; photography at Pensacola to The instructors pointed out that
I'J; : Jacksonville the course does not stress one
here in any
only 10 hours study
......
of but gives
I phase photography
Anywhere from three to six the student an overall view of both
I
flights of student pilots a day sit I single-engine and multl-en/ffta
in on the classes in Bldg. 168 under -I picture problems
the supervision of Lt. (jg) H. For the most part the pupiH
T. Crain, Robert Koser CPhoM, ; have had little or no previous experience -
and R. C. Keller, CAP Each flight in the field. A few dab
averages from 12 to 21 officers. I bled with it as a hobby, and others -
'
The purpose of the condensed I have either military or personal -
B51. :4 c 4 course is to familiarize the fliers 'I interest in the art
r. : 'T
with the fundamentals of photog- I The main work of the course IS
raphy in the event of future photo-
in discussion -
gone over open preceded
reconnaisance flight assignments by a brief lecture on the
:. 1tr Included in the ten-hour syllabusare I: subject in question. At present, the
such lectures as the history of instructors are working with littleor
: photography, materials and solu- I no equipment, sticking cameras
Ta.'H
I
+ tions, lenses, shutters and expos- maps, and charts. There is a
r. ures, basic camera repair and possibility, however, that the students -
printing, aerial Cameras, mosaic will get practical experiencein
map planning, flying aerial maps, a new darkroom in the near
ro tr assembling the mosaic and photographic future.
interpretation At the end J
of the course, an examination is

.'t'I given to all students Navy's Antarctic
The course, launch here inn
",- -
" Force Will Wind

: Something Plow
Up Polar StudiesI

I STl IJKNT PILOTS takmg advanced .
, training here ar'lOW/ r I SEA i by an impen--
e ,.,.,. R belt af the
learning all the rudiments of as etiablt' ice Navy's
aerial photography Condensing : Task Foite 39 was forced to
, a 600-hour course at Pensaola abandon its efforts to reach the
Into ten hours here, thret instructors Antarctic coastline to conduit explorations .
in Bldg 168 are handling on Mt. Siple.

an;-"vhere from three to Plowing through a heavy ice

J 1 six flights of pilots a day. pak east of the Ross Sea, the two
(Right) Robert Koser, CPhoM, chips of the expedition, the icebreakers -
; explains the workings of a portrait USS Edisto and USS Bur
I, camera to his class while ton Island penetrated deeper than
I 1 R C. Keller, CAP, looks on. vessels of any previous expeditIOn..
(Top) Lt, ( jg) H. T, Crain out- The next objective of the expe-
lines, the composition of a mo- 7qw dition is Finn Ronne's base campn
saic map for the benefit of the the Marguerite Bay area

students. Ronne's expedition has passed the

winter in Antartica. His camp has
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P-Hospital 1 1I T TY T'L: : already lao the After two Peru Navy been completing contacted ships will explorations by visit radio.Cal-, )


"
The expedition has covered 8. >00
miles of South Polar seas since
ChatterAnother I 16 Dec 1947 This is the most territory

large contingent of to be covered in such a comparatively .

Navy nurses reported hete toi short time by any Ant-
duty and indoctrination on 10 an'tic expedition
.
March. Included were Ens. C" :
telle Morrison Waketield Mass Doctor: "How is the boy who +
Ens. Mary Eleanor Stuad 01 ;; swallowed the half dollar"

FairmontVest Virginia En _. .....__ .... Nurse: "No change yet, Dot'tor '*
; -- -.0< l "''''''' -.JO 'llJW '"' .N' rr"'m... -
Melba Lorene Haggerty of Balti-
more, Md; Ens. Anna Virginia \V. ( ; Pd/'oi who was onlv a at 19:iO. Don' miss this Easter his ward W'f' heard he *nterams -
Bush of Wilmington, Delaware beginner a few days ago has aLready *-st t'?,'v with all the mniings all thi bed pa' ,eats b\ puling -
Ens. Adah Dorothea Sander of made some enlaigements ause w II be expo, i lug v,m. a t ,\ t. a K hi', a i'a.n: craft I
Linthicum Heights Md: : Ens. that aie v. ,iithv ui noli.... i Lois B.k our hi.art i r', leitionwotktM w.irk I up and down the ward. -
Catherine Bevier Jones of Philadelphia Chief Stahlei has ben w urkingon ', left last week to attend Step se ins to b<> his fa\uiite g
Pa.: Ens. Josephine a stiange-looking object for I a weeks course at the Boston form of recreation; steak his favorite : iIII'
Mary Clod of Boston, :Mass ; Ens. the past week in the carpenter School of Social Work. Miss Beck food; and hill billy tunes, ,
Elsa Annette Griswold of Mans-I shop. He says it is going to be a I informed us that she intended togo I his choice along musical lines
field, Mass; Ens Vivian Blasin- table that will fit over the chairof via New York and see all the I
I i I Isn
By the girls he t mar-
game of Memphis, Tenn.: and his little daughter.We I bright lights. Watch out, Miss ried and he way isn't so bad lookingHere's .
Ens. Patricia Mary Doherty of I had a mighty fine time at Beck, and don't get lost up in chance 'cause he's
Revere Mass the big Red Cross Dance last I "that there Yankee country." footloose your, fancy free and is look-

/ Occupational Therapy} I Tuesday night. Despite the rain, Never a dull moment in Ward ing around with much mtrest.
R K. Fickett. Mlc, of Ward no one's spirit seemed dampened I B-7. We hear that Robinson, one
B-5 has really been going to town I The Mainside Band put out the of the old-timers is able to move
with his printing here in the Occupational ,I good jive, the girls were cute, and I both legs in the water at Physio SAILOR WINS PRIZE
Therapy shop. Not only i all the patients had on their best Therapy. Keep up the good work, I IN' LOCAL CONTEST .
has he made some snappy sat- dancing shoes. Be on board next Ruby we're for you I
tlonery and cards but he also month the second Tuesday to PATIENT OF THE WEEK: I' John J. Halverson S2c, of the

prints on cloth. be exact-for our next: dance. I This week we have Frederick C. PMB Squadron was one of the

The Photo Lab has been a busy Well, fellas, the old Easter Rab- Swortfiger, a refugee from Green | fourth prize winners in a recent .
.
.
since it Richard bit is before his I ea;
place opened I just making year- Cove contest conducted by a local jewelry -
Doolittle Flc has been Our Easter Fred turned in Ward B-7
brushing I ly appearance. Party I on I store He received a $20 cred-
up on his photography, and is will be held in the Red Cross Recreation -I four months ago and has now become i it check to apply on a diamond "u K weren't for JIM you wouldmtb
just about up to par again. And Hall next Thursday night t I one of the leading figures I ring. top Man here today!"
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I VOTING INFORMATION FOR 1948 ELECTIONSCITY I\ GETS NAVY m PICTURE_ I


For the guidance of personnel in obtaining absentee ballots. for voting in this year'S nationwide -
elections the following information is published
I Unless otherwise indicated in the table, members of the armed forces the merchant marine e_
0
'
and civilians outside the U S. officially attached to and serving with the armed forces may apply : t 'r. :
for absentee ballots for elections in the states listed below by use of the postcard USWBc Form Not I
or Standard Form No 76 which may be obtained from the Commanding Officer or the Voting officer
Information regarding. elections fn other states will be published as it becomes available
To vote by state ballot, the applicant must be eligible under the laws of his home state
Additional information concerning the procedure for obtaining absentee voter ballots for both
primary and general elections may be obtained by writing direct to the state's secretary of state <>ito
the local clerk or county clerk of the voter's legal residence.
Abbreviations under "Official to be Elected' are : F-federal, S-state L-local.
OfftrUl >:.rlie,t Date Cant 1UU Usual
ilrtl ot 13e >omin t4orjlectta JUIIot will lie Will H* Krrnt.ilT .
.
MateAtihanu ; Mailel Ite ( uuut< \ (a) primary, K. S S Marc 4 May
Idaho rlmur *, S, L Last of JulyS 9 August
\01'0&1 }o'. s. IY October 1 November y '
i Illinois ;Alec" F'. S. t & rebruuy 13 April d :
a l L April June ,
Cener & L 18 September November : ,
Maryland Absentee voting terminated April lrm46 by proolagVitfon ,
Michigan General F S L . ... 3 November" "
.. Missouri (b) Prima" l* :9Y May 4 August ''I!*K)\ oa
C".eral 3 3 November U"00>
Nebraska Primary l 8. L 29 Meech 82 April
OeMral S. L October 11 November
New Mexico (e) r.Warv "." T June i MJOO I
Ohio (b) 11 mere rp Eta f Mitti4 4 May 11900): ) .____......... 'u__.__. __.. .... ....._ __'_. ..
: slaptaltp bel :Z November (1200))
Pennsylvania Repealed laws authorizing absentee vo t n.: KK.\R ADMIRAL RALPH VVISON: presents a copy of one
Virginia War Voters Commission and absentee voting terminal 1 .Ju.!ly. IMS of the paintings on exhibit in Operation Palette" to Mayor C.

W. Virginia rtenerai Primary / F: a: it AO+4abec 19 November Frank Whitehead, who accepts on behalf of the City of Jackson

Wisconsin Primary 10" S. .. ........... ?1 November ville Looking on arc Lt. C. A. Merryman, right the Admiral's aide
General F' "*, 14 ... ............ :l Nevembel' and Olin Watts, left, President of the Jacksonville Chamber of
fa) Members of armed forces exempt front poll talc.sti Commerce. The took
(b the armed presentation place on. the opening day of the
(c) itbeenteeuvballottnot allowed la voting on NewaMexico i ate oe lso matters exhibit last week at Cohen Brothers. .






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SAFEGUARDING WORKERS' EYESIGHT .
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5ta .-
r ENGINEERING by Caroline M' -

Houell-Sorry to hear that Jo

:Misleh] is in the sick bay. Jo cooking, Carolyn ? "

had just joined our group in En- It got BO warm In the office

gineering when he had to leave. I the other day that Mary McCann

Hope we didn't bring that on, Jo, had to shed her coat. And, oo-

and you hurry and get out of lala, you should see the shirt she

I there. borrowed!

I "When Irish Eyes Are Smil By the way, Lynn, do you think
S5vz day.' :McHone came in the other Porgie approves ?

| day really smiling. 'Twas a boy, I bet Fignar gets plenty tired
I and 'tis a fine Irish name he has,
carrying that extra weight on his
,1 too-David :Michael McHone. We
a arm. Sorry you had to break your
send our congratulations to ye, me hand, George. Hope it's better

lad.Heard soon.
that fire alarm blast.one
I
The two "Sharpies" of Plant Division -
.a I'' day last week. Had been smelling -"Skinwood" Morrison and

smoke for awhile, and my first Monsieur.
thought was to look out the win-
S { { q I dow. That I did, but no fire. :My Accessories Uh'II'Ilon-by Dorothy

next thought was to see if Mr. Williamson The boys in
I Ordnance want to know why
Howard was around. There he was
c.ro and that cigar of his burning Johnnie Knowlton was looking

: away. That's O. K.. :Mr. H. If you and feeling so lousy last Mon
do know he
day morning. They
can take it, I guess we can! "
.a was saying "never again. If your
"'e finally found a nicknamefor
should at 12 o'clock Ain "
I "Lover" Franklin. Since hear- telephone ring
the night and a wee voice begs /
.
xx a, ing so much about "Duel in the
a for shrimp, just tell Johnnie to
"Lewt"is
Sun", we've decided that
back to sleep and forget it.
-- go

EMPLOYEES; OF THE Publu' Uorks depart mem en'e ;'hazardo trades: and occupa- We just hope the Tiny thing.Symasek doesn't I' A belated happy birthday wish

tions are b 'ing tested first under fhl' Prom,'f t 1\.... (',.rre.tlv.., Industrial Eye Wear Program recently get lost down in Cuba among to Clifton D. Brackett, Havis V.
Edwards in the Instrument
-
I adopted by the Navy Department. Within the next six months, the majority of persons engaged in those senors and senoritas. Tiny'son I II York and Sue A dinner was held

eye-hazardous trades and occupations here will have been tested under the program. Two employeesof two weeks' leave and we hope Shop.
I for Sue and she
Public Works are shown undergoing the test last week while representatives of the Southeastern she has just heaps of fun. II | in the cafeteria
Optical Company look on. I Seems as though we're pickingon I received a lovely pair of pinking
it that shears, just what she wanted.
---- --- :Mr. L. B. S., but seems
Bob Cook says it is seven 'thousand
something happens every week. |
INSIDE : fsUPPlVjSALLlfS InspectingThe Last week he forgot his badge, miles to Tokyo, but he is take
-5-
but when he got to the :Main Gate, ing the memories of many friendships

PUBLIC WORKSThe he got out of the car like a good he made at the A&R. He
she promises to write us sometime.Our .
boy, called his wife and again

weather has, at last, be : came to his rescue and brought'I sympathy to A. L. Beattyand

gun to justify a portion of the InspectorsBy his badge. That's all right Mr'j family Royal in has their volunteered bereavement.Lou to.

Chamber of Commerce's propa 4 St. Pete, you just keep |
Helen' Burnette Plant Division Walt Fletch serve on the local draft board, !l0gh'e
ganda about sunny skies, balmy -by
breezes, and good fishing. Enjoying John Camesi didn't lose anytime er-Some people wash on :Monday him your addresses, friends.out

all three last Monday ARRIVALS AND DEPART- when he received his noticeto end iron on Tuesday, but we of I He sure won't leave anybody

were E. L. Griffin, assistant operating URES. Dot McKee she's the begin checking out. Camesi had the Engineering section moved the when Uncle Sam calls to for the help.
tickets party
superintendent; Ralph been looking forward to this day office around and there is a Get your
former Dorothy Roberts of Stock from reporter. We want everyone -
Mosley] shop personnel supervisor for some time-now he's a civilian great improvement. Jim Sawyer your
__ Control Di\'ision-is scheduled fora moved into Comdr. Gullaksen's to come help make it a
and Sam Graham, quarterman again and living with his :
will be Friday
The fish, undoubtedly, had a rough visit to the station sometimethis folks in Pittsburgh. The best of office, the Commander having been success.26 It March at Timber on Inn.

day with this trio. month, directly following her luck to you, Camesi. transferred to planning Division. night. time for
and
in' Good food a good
Fred has his
Comdr. W. S, Johnson, assistant sojourn in Tallahassee with her We wish to welcome two new Garst department and the all.
PWO, NAS, back from a week's men into the department this Mr. Sawyer's corner donations to
Thanks for
I
( trip to Washington, D. C., reported parents. Joe Lyle, formerlywith past week: C. J. Clifton, ACMM, Drafting section was also shifted, the Red Cross your You may be the

_ that the weather there was Shops Stores, received his and D. G. Walton. ACM. Both men I giving It has everyone rained more so room.much this I, means of helping a person in need.
very unpleasant mostly being were assigned to Metals and Accessories Administration
transfer and advancement to NAS month that Paul Carmen is definitely -I Personnel and
cold. Inspection Group. We Red Cross
lI'k"on-The
p worried about flood condi- by Dot
Norfolk this month. Claire
Around the Divisions: It is reported hope you will enjoy working with tions around his home becauseof I, drive is on this month and I
II that Louise Bragg of Thomas, who left us last year for us. hope that Personnel will go overiooeS.
his chickens
Transportation, our star basketball that same port, declared the win- Sorry to lose Chief O. F. Mel- Hoppe Hoffmelster resigned the : Let's all give to a good

I player, is in St. Joseph, Mo.,, ters were much too cold for her sted who was transferred to ATU- other day and we understand'he'sgoing cause

for the basketball tournament liking, and she has effected a 10.Ve'll miss having you with us, in business for himself, selling I "'e had quite a discussion about

there. She plays on the NAS Chief. We wondered deers, bulls, etc., but I don't think
transfer back to us, being placed scooter-poops.
civilian team In Design and Two transfersthis I clear.
inter-department he anything was
in Correspondence last Monday. why was always scooting
Engineering Division, Vernon Welcome back, Claire. Coy past week: Chief A. J. Wood around here and there Now we I Lt. Comdr. Sweet Is still attached

Barefield is the proud papa of a I Smith, of Building 160, has been transferred to Engine Overhaul I know he was practicing for some to the hospital. Seems he'

baby boy as of last Monday ill since Thanksgiving and has Inspection, and Chief R. L. Hash scooting-pooping. I I got into a lot of trouble by my

The "Dad's Club" is quite activein been in the Riverside Hospitalmost transferred to Emergency Repair I. "Steady" Howell, one of the saying he was released.

Design, Mr. Goddert and Mr. of that time. He is suffici- Inspection.Two chief brownbaggers of the Engineering -! Curtis Quarrier of Planning lithe
Eckels having recently been elect- questions of the week: with man for whom Diogenes was
ently recovered to receive visitors, i Division, was seen a i iI
ed officers in the club In or at least cards and advised a When will Chief Skinner get a'' red can the other day'hat's searching Somone lost a wallet

Housing, Barbara Faulkner, when recent guest he would be pleasedto Navy house ? Why does Chief C. I I last week and Curtis returned itto

asked for some "dirt" for this receive either. His room is A. Ingle attend Traffic Court cinths in his room so he can fish the ovsner

column, replied that the only dirt 'No, 15.THE. every Thursday? when it rains! I Thanks, Spurlock. for the write-

she had come into contact with BEES. Chief R. W. Cartier, the bar- I I Chief J. J. Sutton, you should up last week. I'll do the same for
AND THE
recently was the under her finger- BIRDS tenders' friend, had a very uneasy contact William Catlin and compare you some daUnderstand\'!
nails from her Spring gardening.In Ruth Ann Barker is displayingher ( ?) experience recently. I new looks! I Marjorie Owen Is

7ND Transportation. Mr platinum sparkler to her goggleeyed Chief F. J. Lakatosh had the H. L. Mills is counting the days leaving us on the 26th and that

Lindgren has moved into his new associates in Tabulating.Lt. "fisherman's usual good luck" I I until he becomes a civilian again. Bill Yeates is taking her place.

home in Venetia. It is reportedthat (jg) Edward she said U. S. Rapacz tohe'sthe lathe when he went fishing recently. We i Won't be too long now, will it, Planning UI\I..ion-by WjnonaSpurlock

he also purchased a new man flyer. Ruth Ann"yes"plans to understand he is growing hya-I Mills? Well, that good oH

sport shirt for the occasion. And sunshine finally came out fort a
I and ----
in 7ND Maintenance, Bill Trues- resign immediately prepare r------ ---- few minutes and made us all feel
I for her coming marriage, which
dale has the pet of all pets--a good; after all that rain we had
set around Easter. j jL
tentatively
chicken. Bill swears it lays an I .is. Charlie Pait and Joan Cas- I. CIVIL SERVICE EXAM Mr. Jarrard almost had to go *

egg a day, sleeps in a cloth vest, correspondents.She's swimming in order to get home
raids the ice-box, is house-broken, ley are frequent the other day-road washed out.
who wroteto I
and in many other respects is this the country English asking girl for a bath- Bulletin Board Who is the little lady who has

practically human.In been getting those cute little
suit since the English cloth
Ing I notes? We wish he would make
the Utilities Section, we are ing ration did not permit such a The following Civil Sen himself known, maybe we
sorry to report that Henry Mel- luxury. Charlie began his corres- Unless otherwise!' Indicatedthe examinations are unassembled and I him out. -
zer, one of the older employees of pondence then, and he now carries forms should be filed in time to reach the cngni/ant) help
the
necessary I For those still here who remember -
the department, resigned last Joan's picture in his wallet. Board before the closing date. Copies of all announcements are the little chief in the .\
week. He is joining a local con- Conrad .11 known to of 450.
Anna v you posted on the Bulletin Hoard in the lobby Illtlg. Time Section a few months back,
cern, it is understood, in a more Supplyers, and Lt. Cruse are planning -I --- -. -- -
advantageous position.In be married soon. ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR: i'closing! date File with Executive Secietai !i we wish to report that she was
to very No closing date. File >, Central Board of U. S. Civil married recently in California. ItIs
the Ad. Bldg, some of the Lola Lyonshas the details. $3397 with U to. J5905.S, Civil Sei\lce Commission, i iAERONALTI'CA'L Service I Examiners, Bureau of Reclam-i I Ii with extreme pleasure to

boys played a trick on Laurie BRIEFS. Estelle Davis is on a Washington 25 D. C. i atlon. Denver Federal Center Denver, II I send her our congratulations and
SCIENTIST I Colorado. 'I
RESEARCH
Rosenburg. They prepared a let- 2-weeks' vacash, during which she $3397: to $9975. No closing GEOLOGIST, $4149 to $7102 No closing well wishes. The picture of the
ter to Laurie, advising him that intends to take it easy around date.OIle with U. S. Civil Service date. File with U. S Civil Service bride and was enjoyed by

he had failed a recent Clerk exam the house and do as she pleases. Commission' Washington' t5'$7; D.2.C. No HEALTH Commission PROGRAM Washington SPECIALIST.25 D. C. ,' all) and it gram was really swell to pee

he took and that he would soon Robert Travis, Roby Robin- closing ASTRONOMER date. File, $3397 with U. S. Civil $3397 to $7102. Closes 1 April 1948. File that old Nagel smile once more.

be examined to determine his son's son-in-law (not me, chill- Service Commission, Washington 25, with U. S. Civil Service Commission May we meet again, Irene.It .
eligibility to retain his present is master crafts- D. C. Washington 25.: D, C.
a
uns), becoming seems that Dot Dickson read
PSYCHOLOGIST, $4149 to MESSENGER: $1690. No closing date. !
rating. Laurie was so surprisedthat man at taking portrait pictures in $7102.CLINICAL No closing date File with U. S. ; Assembled examination File with U. this reporter mind the other
he failed to question the authenticity His is S Civil Service Commission, Washington -
his hobby time. specialty Civil Service Commission, Washington day and had an answer ready for
of the letter, until relieved in the South C i 25' D C.OCEANOGRAPHER.
See
baby pics. Roby in time to catch
25C8 MINE INSPECTOR, U49 to $3397 to $!M75. publication my
of his worry when it was Area (Provisions) if you're inter- $5905. No closing date File with No' cioalng date. File with U. S. Civil inquiry. That's O K., Dot we are

explained as a joke. Laurie .said ested in having some made. He U. S. Civil Service Commission. Washington Service commissionashlngton 25, understanding folks-anyway, we
he saw himself taking an exam 25, D. CDIETITIAN D. C.
downward until will arrange for an appointmentfor $2644 to $4002. No closing PATENT EXAMINER. $.tt<>7. Clones still have our thoughts.
for each grade you. The Supply-NAS date. File with U. S, Civil Service 31 August 1918 File with U. S. Civil We have missed Sunny Cooper
he finally was ushered out the bowling league will probably wind Commission, Washington 25., D. C, Service Commission, Washington 25 I these past few days, but we are

gate for good. I up next Tuesday night with the ELECTRONIC ENGINEERt'HYSI D.PHYSICAL I to stiff lip
I CIST $3397 to $8179. No closing date. THERAPIST $2644 and trying keep a upper
I Misfits in the lead-the race for I File with Executive Secrttary. Boardof $ tJ.\1l closing dale File with U. | and a smile on our face as we rush

Tulsa, Okla (AFPS) "Dear I second place being contended by U. S. Civil Service Examiners at S. 25 D.Service C.PSYCHOLOGIST. Commission Washington I about our work. We know that
I Parts. either U. S. Navy Underwater Sound
and
Control Engine
Postman: I put all of my Christ- Laboratory, Fort Trumbull, New Lon- ( PERSONAL she soon will be back among ui-
mas cards in the mall box, then Lamar Scott has been absent so don, Conn. : Naval Research Laboratory COUNSELOR), $4902. No closing date. she's just on a few days' leave.

realized I hadn't stamped them. frequently lately that it ia believed Field Station Field Station Boston, Watson Mais' ; or Labora-Cambridge File with at Board the nearest of Civil Veterans Service Administration Examiners Who was the little lady who JB)

Will you please stick these stamps he has been making too many tories, Air Materiel Command, Cambridge Branch Office caused BO much confusion along f

f>n for me?" This was the notea trips to the Independent Drug Man.ENGINEER.. STENOGRAPHER AND TYPIST the aisle down by Shop Store
local letter carrier found be- Store for pills. Contributed: $3397 to $9973 No closing $1945: No closing date. Assembled 1099 the other day ? Almost caused -
date. File with Executive' Secretary examination. file application with U.
twixt the letters and packages in "Dear Sallies: What male memberof Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners S. Civil Service Commission. Washington some broken necks, or did
box on his route. Further search' Inventory almost lost a button. Headquarters, Air Materiel 25 D. C. or with Regional Director, you know, "N".
netted ft him the same number of -where embarrassment might en- Command, Wright Field (Area A-XCS), 5th U.: S. Civil Service Region, Atlanta We hear that Pauline Woods
Ohio.ENGINEER. 3, Ga.
scattered stamps and unstamped eue-and required a hasty repair Dayton $3397 to $7102. No closing VOCATIONAL ADVISER. $3397 to has a few cats now, and you will

t letters. He filled the request' although job ?"-GH promises to make an date. File with Rpcoll1elJonrc1 $ wlfhO closing date File appIlcaLion have to ask her the names of them
stated that he was announcement in the next few of U. S. Civil Service Examiners, Naval Office fo Executive Secretary. for they are too much for me.
he Air I Materiel Center, U. S. NavalBase Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners
against making a policy of the weeks and advises Buddy, Ronnie Station, Philadelphia 12. Pa.ENGINEER Veteran Administration, Cute names, though, and. odd ones,
thing. and John to take note. $3397 and $4149. No Branch Office\ No. :5 I. Atlanta 3, Ga. too.Page ,




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iyr WAVES WILL SOON CLOSEt I TELEPHONE OPERATOR I.



7 t\: : '48 HARDWOOD SEASON t .,r

y
:;; Only City League Championship r

Game Left To Play Next Month

(NOTES FROM NARTU) ,
\' The NAS WAVES, with only the championship game (Editor's Note -- This week's

f with the NAS Civilians for the Girls' City League crowllI' column is from FASRon 158, r

yet to be played, are preparing to bring their season to a one of the fleet air service

close. The crucial encounter will be played as a preliminarytilt squadrons composed of Naval)
Air Reservists from the Jacksonville -
I''k' to one of the All-Navy games scheduled here next month, area)l-

Bj:- it was learned. *
Playing against the best service HAIL AND FAREWELL The d
and civilian teams in this area, Jones was equal to the best com- Commanding Officer, of FASRoi
the WAVES, coached by Chief petition it met. The starters were 158, Comdr. Leroy P Johnson wil A, e
Pete Gushanas, compiled an en- ably backed up by such reservesas soon depart from our midst having -
viable record of 24 wins against Pete Peterson, Midge Bryant, been ordered to duty as the
I only four losses. Jennie Peacock, Boots Hardin, new CO of FASRon 58, the servIce -
Only once, in mid-season, did and Ruth Levere. Lindy Lindgren, squadron for fighter aircraft ;u t
q they lose form, dropping three in team manager, also drew praise Few people on the base know thai .
a row. But the girls bounded back from the mentor for her work dur- the Commander is also a deputy
into the win column to finish the ing the season. marshal down at the beach II
remainder of the season with 12 Laddie Vladeff led the scoringfor seems that a while back he- was; PEOPLE CALLING the Air Station from Jacksonville are
straight wins. most of the games. She amass- highly instrumental in capturing sometimes surprised to hear a male voice say Naval) Air One
p .. .Coach Gushanas appeared very ed a grand total of 355 points anda a few holdup men down by the sit of these voices belongs to Paul W Schaefer F2c pictured above. I
t. satisfied with his team's play this 12.6 game average Although very strand, and the town honored Four sailors work alongside female civilian telephone operators in
He claimed that his usual Skipper Edge was out pf action him by appointing him a deputy the telephone office in the Administration Building
.ason. lineup of Laddie Vladeff during several contests becauseof marshal. It didn't bother most ol:
: Edge, Butch Glover, Fran a bad knee, she came through the lads very much, but beach res Lead--
Free Ellen Messer, and Winnie with an even 200 markers, followed idents who are members of this II.Chi-el Joe MacDonald I
t i... by Butch Glover with 187. squadron had a tough time pondering -
The WAVES averaged 36 pointsa ld Golf
the problem of whether 01 In Intra-Mural
';$' 7ND Keglers Take game and held their opponentsto not a deputy marshal outranks a i i -.--

'.; a 21-point game average I three striper or vice versa. Some Ii i I -- Chief Joe MacDonald, the all
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Final Round Of OBL one suggested the formation of a service champion, came throughwith
NATTC
I I joint board from the Navy Department SharpshooterMakes a fine 37 for nine holes Mon
By virtue of a forfeit from the r O'CONNOR AGAIN and the Atlantic Beach day afternoon on the local linksto
Executive Department the 7ND SAYS THANKS I Association, but the situation was Good Showing : lead the field in the first run
,bowling team clinched the cham- I saved when Comdr Johnson as ping of the new station intra-mu
pionship of the third and final Following the submission of sured them that his sleuthing title In Pistol Matches I II ral golf loop. :MacDonald, playingfor
;; round of the Officers' Bowling an additional contribution of was purely honorary. The boys In VA ATys No.1 and 2, led
;, ''. League last week. $241.74 to the National Foundation the squadron will sorely miss I B. F. Preston, AOMlc, a mem- : his team to a 3-1 win over Per
. The play-offs between 7ND and For Infantile Paralysis I him, but we are assured that we ber of the NATTC Pistol Team, sonnel
J the round two champs, A&R, are from 7th NavAl District Headquarters will have his services in an ad. walked of with several honors The Assembly and Repair team,
slated to begin next week. 7ND Hear Admiral Ralph visory capacity I during the recent National Mid- I sparked by Jim Bisanese who shota

also won the championship of Davlson received the following Our Executive Officer, Lt ,I Winter Pistol Matches at Tampa, 38 for nine holes to become sec
the first round.Although letter from President Basil Comdr. R. L. Gittings, will take Fla. I ond man, made a clean sweep over
[ there are still a few O'Connor: over as CO of the !squadron as I Preston received a pistol for I the Commissary, 4.0. Two other
.*; ; unplayed matches coming up in "The Commandant soon as Comdr Johnson's orders winning the Tompkins Rigdon Me- teams had little trouble dustingoff
+ fi"' the league, they will not alter Seventh Naval District become effective He plans to follow morial match with a high score their opponents, ATU No. 10
the standings except for third, Headquarters the policy already laid out bv ;, of 285. He also placed in six other pinning a 4-0 defeat on Inspection,
'f : fourth, and fifth places. U. S. Naval Air Station his predecessor, and all hands join events and brought seven medals and Ordnance and Gunnery top*
? .. The results of last week's bowl- Jacksonville, Fla. in wishing him the best | back to NATTC. The NATTC ping IATU No 9, 40.
Ing were: Public Works 3, A&R 1; Dear Sir: Antilles Amble?..- Squadror shooter took a third in the Grand In the other two matches of
',' Nurses 3, Operations 1, and ATU In the name of the National members whose drill attendance I Aggregrate of the Marksman the opening day, Operations and
'j No.I 4 3, and Operations 1. Foundation for Infantile Paral- proves to be perfect for the six class. I NARTU tied with a 2-2 count
) The high game of the week was ysis and of those whom the months period ending 4 April will I 1 Three of the omen on the squad I and VM and ATU's No.4 and 5
j'.j; bowled by Lt. ,:4 ning of Operations, who rolled a help in their fight against this Overnight) Hop. Speculation ii Is marks from 270 to 289, and one I ATU's No.1 and 2 had to come
220 dread disease. I wish to thank rife as to where the Inaugural : qualified as a master by shootingover from behind to top the personnelteam
h:. < After the play-offs are complet- you and the members of your hop will wind up, but your smiling 290. V. M. Herrim shot a : but MacDonald and Co. gavea
f t f ed in the Officers' League, the'! I organization for the additional reporter is placing all his bets 284, F. F. Dedrick a 287. K. M. brilliant exhibition to win the
f:' (; winner will meet the CPO Club, contribution to the 1918 Marchof on a place called Havana. Fur I Wise, a 289, and B. F. Preston, I match. Playing on a handicap basis

Jc.i, Enlisted League champions, for Dimes that has just been re- thermore, he hopes to be on the a 292 the first bracket gave the"yeomen"
:,; *L< the Station championship. ceived. sending rather than receiving end I A Marine team from Quantico, 1 five strokes but still
t";' :-' Standing We especially appreciate this of a postcard from Sloppy Joe's Virginia, walked of with team I I managed to hold Personnel even
.l '. Team Point contribution following as it In the event that you're eligible honors in the Military Division. up. Then, in the second bracket,
1 t : 7ND 19 does your previous gc erous ,!I for one of these hops, you'll be notified I Other entries in this division Included I after giving up six more strokes
g:t.. Operations 18 donation. of the departure date or a Navy team from Pensacola through handicaps, the winners
Ji;' Nurses 11 With renewed personal I Sunday, 4 April and two Army teams The I took a 2 up victory.
,: ATU No. 4: 10 thanks and best wishes, rest of the field was made of TEAM: 1'OINTS
The Keyhole Kid-Aiken Reage: up
4 ,' A&R 10 /sBasil O'Connor I Marine squads. ATU No 10 4A&R
.; Ylc, himself a new skippei ron
,< Public Works 8 President" gets 4
". Executive 0 26 June, at the First Baptist Ordnance & Gunnery' '
Dent. Church in Jacksonville Beach. At ATU'i No. 1 and 2 3
:: !' ..T ChapelContinued Operations
-I'>' ': '. 4'!( ken is Commander of VFW Post NARTU I I
; .: r ( from Page 1) :'s No.4 and :S 2
: of the American Legion, the Pur
presiding, Chaplain E. J. McPherson Personnel 1
: 'w.\r.
chasing Agents Association of: 0
Commissary
>!t' Florida, and the Junior Chamber I will preach the sermon, Inspection "
F'F'f :4 .- ., "R S. V. P." Thursday, Chap- 0
..'..; of Commerce We suspect that one I IATU_ No -9 ____ _
f : ;.;: of secretarial his intended's ability.prerequisites Aiken extend'is I lain the A.Last C. Boyer Supper will Memorial be in chargeof Service with youngsters they communicate wish to be

: presented should
I and Chaplain Robert L Murphy -
,, an invitation to all his friends In Alberts
I at Chaplain
: with him once.
.1 NARTU will discuss "The Last Sup
the squadrons. I
'14, Word has gotten around that ,I per," Friday, Chaplain A. C. message on Eastern morning of
: r. will be "The Message
Boyer will preside, and Chaplain
the stork has checked his flight I "
H F. Menges will talk on, "The Easter: Immortality
schedule and passed the word that i will observe Holy
I II I Catholics
Cross.
I he expects to pay a visit soon tc services
j Week with appropriate
Easter will
I Sunday be heralded
home of Clarence Doerr, RM-
Ithe On Palm
: at St. Edward's Chapel.
with a Sunrise Service on the
:*. 3 ', he left date, I
CJF ( Although an open will be blessed and
I Sunday, palms
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;' I he stated that it's shore of Casa Linda Lake, near
definitely or I
Official V S. Navy Photo his the Chapel Playground, It will be distributed at the Masses. Throughthe
syllabus. Happy landings I will be held
conducted by Chaplain Murphy, week, :Masses
GALLANT CAREER of the battleship USS Pennsylvania! ends in the One of our new members, Lt I assisted by the Chapel and Chil- daily at noon. Good Friday will
deep waters off Kwajalein. Radioactive and unseaworthy, the 32-year- (/jg) Kenneth B. Horton, is alsc I dren's Choirs. Chaplain Boyer will be marked with an hour-long sere
old "Pennsy" was scuttled by the Navy a very new bridegroom, having preach the 0930 Easter morning ice from noon until 1300.
gained as co-pilot the former :Miss service at All Saints' Chapel. The '
Lawanna of Odum, Ga I
Scuttled Westberry theme of his sermon will be "No !
.USS Pennsylvania Lt. Horton is employed in the ad. Room In the Tomb. A dedicationof Red CrossContinued
of the Flow
vertising department
In Central Pacific ers Baking Company.That ture young of the children 1045 service will be conducted a fea-- I ( from Page 1)

,. By Navy prolific uncle, Tony DiGi- by Chaplain Albert Parents not have sufficient funds to carry
,;J orgi, has done it again. Although: I through its program," he said.<
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t' J;:", .. (SEA) The USS Pennsylvaniawas -. --------- Tony is still in the flush of youth,, (the Naval Reserve Armory in The chairman also reminded all
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sunk by the Navy in Central injuries to the Pennsylvania. This he recently became an uncle for South Jacksonville)J. Also aboard departmental representatives to
Pacific waters more than a half time in Buckner Bay, Okinawa the eighteenth time. (How I'd are the three Murray brothers, complete their solicitation as soon
mile deep, writing an ending to An aerial torpedo ripped a yawn hate his Christmas gift list!) I' Bob Julian, and Ed, a Flori(- as possible and to make sure that
a valiant and battle-scarred ca- ing hole in her stem and the Splash Notes-One of our shipmates student who was already a mem- all hands have had an opportunity -
names of 20 more of her crew Ray Trindade, who is National ber of the squadron. To the Murray to contribute. "Let's try to
reer. were inscribed on the nation's roll Junior One Meter Diving;, I boys we say "The more make this a voluntary 100 per cent
Because of the high degree of of honor. The war was ended 5S Champ, did it again at the South the Murray-er" Ouch! I participation," stated
:
the ____
radioactivity resulting from I .
A.A.U.
when the eastern meet at Atlanta,
hours later Japanese
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f Bikini atom bomb tests and hers bowed in defeat.It Georgia. By garnering a neat
;, unseaworthy condition from battfj is an ironical coincidence that 458.8 points, he led his nearest
} tie damages, the Pennsylvania became the "Pennsy" was among the first competitor in the one meter board More Americans Were Killed or Injuredin

J a liability to the Navy. She ships to be hit, and then becomeone event by 53 points. Ray is a student .
.',,." was in danger of sinking, and towing of the last to be damaged.The at Bolles, as are those other Motor Accidents Last Year than in
I'
,: .-: her to port would be too haz- gallant vessel was commissioned mermen in the squadron, Charlie
-4, ardous. The cost of decontamination in June '1916 and took partin Carrol All-Jacksonville High All the Battles of World War II,
t J :f4 would greatly exceed her both of this nation's major conflicts School free-style champ, and Tommy -
.' scrap value. Therefore, the "grand I For her ceaseless operations Priestman, who also held dowr

4 t .... old lady" of the Navy became a I I in World War II and hei, one of the flanks for the grit 1 Figure It Yourself: .
member of Davy Jones' mythical part in the Battle of Surigac I team. It looks as though FASRor
Fleet. Strait, the Pennsylvania was I 158 is going to ha. some class
S The determined veteran of two awarded the Navy Unit Commen performers to offer Coach Pau Every 26 SECONDS Someone is Hurt By a Car!

wars defied the enemy's attemptsto dation.A King for his Jax-Navy Swin e
sink her. "Pennsy" was badly crew of 16 boarded her opened Team.
: battered In the Initial Japaneseraid the seacocks and removed the New races' Welcome aboard tc Every MINUTES There's an Injury That

on Pearl Harbor. She took I plates from her condensers. ThE i Bill Bishop, AMM2c, who is employed .
( two disastrous bomb hits on her i weary "Pennsy" began to settle during the week as an inspector Permanently Cripples !
'+. starboard side and and saw 24 of into the deep. After two hours!I at A&R; Paul White, AS,
i- her crew killed as a result But, her stern was awash. Thirty min who is studying at the University;
ii disregarding her wounds, the utes later she succumbed and sUpped of Florida;. and Roy House, Yeoman Every Hour 4 Persons Are Killed !

i 1.11.' proud old battle wagon fought on. I from sight forever off the 3rd, who was recently trans ..

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INTRA-MURAL ALL-STARS COACHES NAME 2 ALL-STAR ROSTERSIN



NAS INTRA-MURAL CAGE CIRCUIT

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Twt'nty-onp outstanding: capers
were elected Monday to the NAS Repair led the field of cage starsin
1 ; Jax Intra-Mural All-Star team by the senior loop, being named on
popular vote among the 18 coaches every ballot. Other members of
? of the teams comprising: the the star-studded senior loop outfit -
M s National and American Leagues. I' were John Booth. A&R.; Don

I I Each player named to the select Stowe and Everad ( Dot I Jones,
9 group had either contributed heavily I: M-l Division; Art (Piggy) Red
to his team's play by scoring I and Frank Retrlevl, Administration
''or by a never-say-die-attltude :, Annex; Ray Oliver, Yard Department -
which many of the hardwood players : ; Wilbur Robertson, IA.
showed. I TU; Jim Jacobs, Communications:
o'r The National League flag-win I Harold Weber, VA ATU No. .....

r, ning: Assembly and Repair squad I and Chuck Mahaffay, Ordn-a./
placed two of their cage stars on and Gunnery.
the honor list, while the winner Eleven men Instead of 10 were
I in the American loop, Operations, 'I elected to the above list of men
iL was able to place but one STU, as there was a tie among three of

runner-up in the junior circuit, I the cagers.A .
placed more men on the All-Star i, foursome of hoopsters were
list than any other team in either selected by unanimous vote to the

circuit. Placing a trio of cagers, i American League All-Star roster,
S.T.U. had the rare honor of holding i namely, Spud Rieder and Jim I
'< ilii 5 the majority lead over the Carter of S.T.U. Sea hawks. Char- .
: other quintets. Administration An- lie ( Buddy I Wools of Operations, :
nex, runner-up in the senior loop, and Jim (Tennessee) Collins of
and M-l Division, the third place Flag Unit, The remaining "All- '
winner in the same loop, placed Stars" Included Jack Eifeit, Sup .
two men each as did the fourth- ply; Lou Barger, S.T.U. Sea I
place quintet of the American hawks: George Tirpak NARTU;
: league Ruhard Hoover Flag Unit: Daryli
Hunt in Is I"nanitnonsBu i Diunp\: i Shaw, Marines. and
k Bunt,III of Assembly and ontimifxl( on Tag 8)



I -FOUR TEAMS BATTLING FOR TOP '. S S S .



HONORS IN CAGE INTRA-MURALS


Operations and Assemblyand t i I II
erneck center, tipped the deciding I
annexed
repair important bucket to give him team the win.

care: wins Tuesday to Supply dropped out of a tie for

take the lead in their respec- second place in the junior circuit, .,

tive leagues for a spot in the losing to the powerful STU,
Seahawks who took over undisputed -
station play-offs which are possession of the runner-up

slated to get underway Monday spot. Eddie Bell, reserve forwardfor
'
at 1000. Large crowds the winners, trickled in 16 t
witnessed the semi-lmal markers to pace the winners, )
cage :
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while Jack Eifert chucked in 15 > :1' i
-action during the past week points for the losers

and a bigger attendance of : The CPO Club pulled the last i, :

cage fans is expected next major upset of the season Fn- ._

Monday when the finals get day, tripping the highly-touted
VA ATU No, :5:>> Avengers 6-34: ,
underway. I
in a real cage thriller whit hv a<<
Operations dropped a powerful not decided until the final whistle
S.T.U. Seahawks five in the Tues- 1is 1t I
Chief Al Simas canned 15 tallies
day afternoon tilt, 34-29, to jump to lead the hack-dmers to their'''
into the lead in the junior circuit
sewtdup
impressive win. Operations
In the encounter Tuesday morning the top spot in the American I
between A&R and the Administration I'
League Friday morning by annexing _. .... ., ._
Annex, A&R came --- '--' --
wilt from Unit
a Flag TllE: 18 (O.\CII"S t the National end Amei Jntra Mural (
from behind in the third stanza to 2902t'l > H an 'age Leagues gut together early
zoom to a 41-34 win over the in a well-played tilt Johnny this week and selected 21 men to the All-Star rosters of both loops. I L'pper left i The star-studded
..tl htin' yeomen." ar bucketed 14 points to lead the American League squad consists of, left to right front row, Daryl Shaw of the Marines, George Tir
The two National League en- winners to their new crown, i pak ot NARTU, Buddy Woolls of Operations, Richard Hoover of Flag I'nit; second row, Jack Eif-

tries won the right to battle for Annex \\int ThrillerIn Pert of Supply, Jim Brady of the Avengers, Jim Collins of Flag Unit, Jim Carter of the Sea Hawka.
the play-off spot by dropping two by far one of the best-played Spud Ridei of the Sea Hawks, and Lou Barger of the Sea Hawks. Bottom( ) The honored players In
formidable foes. M-l Division, and encounters of the season, the Ad- the National League included, left to right. front row, Harold Werber of VA ATU No. 4, Wilbur Robertson -
VA ATU No 4. A&R clipped the ministration Annex knocked the of IATU, Ray Oliver of Yard Department, Art Reed of Administration Annex, Everad
medics, 45-35, while the Annex strong Assembly & Repair five Jones of Dispensary; second row, .Don Stowe of Dispensary, James Jacobs of Communications, Frank
crew was forced to come from out of the undefeated ranks by I Retrcivi of Administration Annex, James Booth of A&R, and Chuck Mahaffey of Ordnance and Gun-
the short end of the count in the administering a 38-35 setback to
final canto to upset VA ATU No. the A&R quintet, which befor
4 38-31, and the Sea- this tilt had scored l*> utra-e"! ? tdnesday John Ceasar and ,
Operations TOPPLE UNBEATEN A & II CAGERS
wins muddy Woolls led the scoring column -
hawks earned their into the
way Playing before a packed house for the winners with is t-,.. =......_.!>..mM: ..m ..:. o,""<'M".'''' play-offs by winning over Supply
and Flag Unit, Operations blasted at Mainside Auditorium, the I points apiece, Jim Brady paced
the VA ATU No, 5 Avengers to
eventual winners into
their arch-rivals, Supply, 43-25, jumped a :
while the Seahawks were taking 22-13 lead at the intermission rest I a 42-27 victory over a hapless
the count of the Flag/ Unit outfit, stop and led throughout the rest VM Unit five Wednesday. Brady
3922. of the tilt, although the A&Rers' picked up 15 tallies, with his able
rallied and pivot man, Jim Childs, did some
A&R and Administration An- were trailing by only
i nex were scheduled to battle yes- I j a single tally in the waning minutes remarkable rebounding to lead the
of the final victors. Flag Unit had to go all
stanza
terday morning in the second encounter il Darvy
of their two-out-of-three I Notturiano kept the Annex five out to drop the Marines the same
in the he threw in day, winning 39-33, in an oitime > Y
aeries, and if the Annex won that game as 11I
all-important cage headliner, a I markers before he left the gamein period Jim Collins and Lam ,
third game would be necessitatedand the final canto via the foul Fielder paced the winners with t :::
will be played this morning I I route, 13 markers apiece. Jack Eifert led 't r
at 1000 Should the Seahawks i'' VA ATU No 4 clinched a place Supply to a 47-26 win over thi

have avenged their Tuesday defeat ;, in the play-offs Thursday as they CPO Club, thus the Supplyers held ,r
onto second place in the Am'r I' at"
wild and +
hy Operations yesterday after- ran stomped Communi-
loop. VA ATU No, 4 kept th,"i .t f fI
noon, these two hardwood quin- cations, 56-18 The "zoomies" let
tets will be slated to see action i the "dot-and-dashers" have but hopes alive for a place in the plat -
this afternoon at 1400 The winners '' nine points each half while scoring offs a week ago Tuesday by whIpping I
the Naval :3'i I
of the National and Amer- 44 points themselves in the Hospital. .
Weber and Dick Pfm f,
while Jim r
ican loop play-offswill vie' for final two periods Dick Pfiffer and
the Station Championship in atwooutofthree i Jimmy Weber led the winners' collected 13 and 11 points i si -

set which begins i powerful scoring attack by potting pectively .
Monday i; 16 and 1"5: points respectively In one of the roughest cunt, st! I
Lesttheriwks Whip NARTU M-l Division came from a of the year, Communications v ,'i i \
The Marines care through with i !I two-point deficit in the third per- over IATU, 42-33, with r>", : roe3
a thrilling win in the final game; I iod to romp over a scrappy Yard Christy chipping in 16 points !.p p V r'i
of the Mainside Intra-Muial Bas Department five, 4127. Bob the winriers The Admmistiat I ,..t r
ketball season Friday when they ; Smith and "Doc' Jones led the Annex had an easy time with th i
downed a scrapping NARTU five i winners, each collecting 10 points. Ordnance and Gunnery outfit, v. 111
by a lone tally, 25-24, The Marines lATH also ran wild in the scoring ning, 47-25. Frank Palumbo, k I'd I I L
held a commanding nine bracket last Thursday a* they the victors with. 14. markers. Tin: .\Inll\: I:.Tit TI\: :1'1'' .'.X ha .ht'llJall .quirt came
point edge .""It the intermission i stomped Ordnance and Gunnery, I through wIth the' tipof the \ 'at. last \vl'k in :NAS: :; intramural
Mop, but the reservists started I 52-27. Bob Hillyar sprearheaded The New York Rangers hold a hoop play by p1l111111g a thl'lllll1S:\ -:!.> d'fl'at, on the Assembly and
h'1"i !nets for points!'! ill thef t : the winners by annexing 15 points record they are not proud of-.the Repair igeis. flu :st. t ippj Annex five was th nut team to stop(
. d 1 and wiar.l :ill. H of Opt'ra.tlOIPViM S-48 poorest defense record made during the A&R squad in lb :stait-i. Mcmbeis of the squad include, t left to
tt U ,.s b\; a lIIg I.' pjintV operation* continued to hold I the 1913-4 season. In fifty right, first row, Art Reed, Darwin Notturniano, Fausfo Palumbo,
'h> ',' i I half !1U'i i ; 'it? S 1''. 'i 1II .,:.t,> fiat I place in the Junior dr.t games, opposing teams scored Sherman Turner. second row, Frank Iletrievi, Chief Pual E Dirka,
'.':. !,." I I. I ,.t t lv! -ntpinff! NARTU, 02-12 over 300 goats. head coach, George Dyak, and John Huey.





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: One of the most promising rookies on Connie Mack's

hitherto hapless Philadelphia Athletics' '48 roster is Bill

: DeMars, a shoitstopho earned his baseball spurs on the

i Mason Field diamond DeMars, then a 19-year-old whitehatwho

had been highly touted as a sensational Brooklyn school-

boy, picked up most of his know-how from the Detroit Tiger

all-time great, Charlie Gehringer, Flier coach in 19 t5. Play

ing alongside Alf Anderson, former Pittsburgh Pirate shortstop -

and many other minor and major leaguers, the enthusiastic
'
JI'j'' wr. : "," DeMars contributed heavily to one of the finest horse-
FOIl Tilt 198 edition of the MAS Flier baseball) nine are stil) hard at work in
: hide seasons in the history of the station.<< Then in 1916 lie
a desperate attempt to grinto\ shape for the opening game of the season less than a week away. I ,
I The Fliers will open their schedule next Tut-sdav afternoon at Mason Field against the Georgia State was far and away the outstanding player on the team,

Teachers College nine Coach Bob Beaudreau is shown giving a fw potntpis to his infielders and out- spanking the hall at a sound too) clip and fielding flawlessly,

fielders last J-'ridav:" as the soggy field kept prank to a minimum when his discharge came up. And now, after only one year'sreasoning
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in the minors he is getting a shot at the big time.

Flier NineHorsehide Faces Tough 64-Gume back the---stocky Hun tin held-( Bonn-

..fh the regular center post on the
4 1917 varsity 1'lier cagers.
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Schedule This Year h Patty Berg, the National Worm .

'n x Open Golf champion Is
making a return trip to the sta.t .
The 1918 Flier baseball nine ">n this month to give another

will play schedule of tj i1 "xhihition. Patty showed her
a
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: A HI' is to station linksman ,
Diamond Season On a year
the months Open Tuesday
games in coming ) ng'' and was so well received that
35 on Mason Field diamond
and :20 on enemy fields it 'Against Georgia State Teacher's 0 1 niters on 25 March She will
was announced by Physical t) liv m' exhibition game with
U.'k and Duncan
Harvey George
Some
Training yesterday. of
The shrill cry of Play Ball nft prior to the Mercer Univer
the finest college and service will ring out over Mason Field next the 1017! aggregatIOn. Though h. '.t\-.Iax-Na\'y team match. The

teams in the nation will bat- Tuesday afternoon at 1600 and shared the catchers duties W 'oiuth member of the group has

tle the Fliers this and before the echo: of the umpires Werner last year, he is a tin fielding 'I"1 'I; w 11 been decided.
season cry has a chance to fade awav, initial sacker and is a beta t. .(0 ... _
according Chief Beaudreau, another baseball season will be than-average hitter.
a'' ipr The members of the Ja\:-Naty
horsehide coach, the locals underway at NAS. The 1918 Fliers I The rest of the infield is doubtful 4 flier basketball teamOii<'h

will really have to step to will open their season against but Daryl Shaw, Ralph rhi, nar racked up a record of 26and;
keep on the winning side of Georgia State Teachers' College ty, and Jim McDaniel seem tl1 he copped the Natal Air Training
the ledger.The Tuesday in the first of a two-game leading the way. However, Poky a .\thU-tic C'onferente andt''enth:;
series, the final clash coming on Higgins Ken Berryman J..t" v Naval Distritt championships,
team will play twelve NA- Wednesday at Mason Field. Hosaflook, and Dan Ashbaugh tit, were feted at a banquet at the
TAC tilts this summer, meetingthe Coach Bob Beaudreau has already 'all strong candidates for a .tailing Skeet Club last niglit. The players .
Pensacola the Cor- 0
Goslings stated that his opening tilt post. were presented blankets with
pus Christi Comets, and the Mem- would be either Ge- The outfield '..,
hurler Tony positions ate Ii'' a large Navy "N" in the center
phis Hellcats four times each. In I zeli a right-hander, or Ace Wool- uncertain. Men like Joe Kfllm" b\ ( nptaln Herbert S. DucKnorth,
addition, the Fliers will probably bright another starboard flinger. Bob Kershane, Bill| Couzon, Shol i t tBlenaman C oiTimandiiig Officer of NAS, and

compete in the Seventh Naval ;. Both were members of last year's and Bud Cook an *U ( aptaln Jules I". Schumacher,
District tournament in an attemptto mound staff, and both have the fairly evenly matched, and I ih,' C ommanding Officer of NATTC.
survive the eliminations leading experience and control to combat starting outfield will probably nut t. + *

to the All-Navy crown. initial day jitters. be announced until game time. .....
The schedu Tommy White, all-around color
: The only other player who is i i Following the opening twin tilts\ I Itiuk UmilinAMi ; eil l star for the NAS Tigers a few
LATE: II':AM PLATE: ,, practically a certainty to trot on on Tuesday and Wednesday th* I months returned to the
Physical
Mar. :24-Ga. State Teachers Here I the field Tuesday is Ken Werner, i Fliers come to grips with a crackerjack .-n all the "a\e*." and 'notutre -*" Training ago last
Department
Mar. 24-Ga. Stale Teachers Here counted at the of
the catcher. Though he is being Rollins College nine at I meeting week and is expected to don the
Mar. :27-Rollins College Here given a tough battle for the start- Mason Field on Saturday, 27 the 18 NAS: intra-niiiral banket- Tiger moleskins again next fall.
Mar. 30-City League Team Heie ball ('lIa'h.13..t week, Buck lliiu-
ing honor by Bill Duval, Werner March, at 1400. his previous tour of duty
Mar. 31-City League Team Here seems to have the inside track. A I I I tin emerged as the Most Valuable here During White starred in football

Apr. 2-Eglln Held Heie member of last year's stellar nine, Rosey Ryan who pitched for the Player of thetar in the local basketball, and baseball. Last November .
Apr. 3-Eglln Field I hartl"ood the I
Here Werner a fine throwing program. leading j
Giants the
possesses in early twenties was he was transferred toBayonne
Apr 6-Gienf Cove Springs: There A&K to the NationalIxague
I arm, is a consistent hitter, and quintet
Apr 7-ireen Cove Springs\ Here the first i National League pitcher i Iliintln ( N J., where he played
took
Apr. 30-Florida Southern There I never stops hustling. to hit a home run in the World pennant high- varsity guard on the basketballteam
Apr. -Univ. of Miami Theie I The first baseman post will more Series. Ryan did it in 1924 against scoring! honors throughout I heseason which won 50 games In 52
.Apr. 14 16-Univ.Floilda ol Miami There than likely be held down by Bill Allen Russell of the Washington and was named to the outings!
Apr. Southern Hue All-star Team It wasthe
h-HgueV
Apr Ij- ('allu,1. Laivcistily Hue Crane, still another returnee from Senators. I ,
I second such award Buntin ha -
captured
Apr :Oorlando A..1. Base HenApi.
-- -- -
:1-01. ,....? r A. v, Base Here I. this season, taking a similar The first time admission was 1
:27-NAS oifc Here ; "CONGRATULATIONS, CHAMP! honor in the IhMrict ABC charged to see a baseball game
.. 28-NAS NorfolK Here tourney in Jacksonville. IMajing was in 1859 The game took placeat
2-Corpu.Coipun Cud"Chilsti, Here '. for the Toot 'n Tellem Barbequers the Fashion Race Course on

May 3-Univ. of Ga. (Suv.) There Here RI gif Buntin set a new record for Individual Long Island and was played by
May 4-Unh. of Ga (Sax) There scoring In the Jacksonville teams from Brooklyn and New
May 6-Rolling Colege There l1: City league, netting 33 York. About 1,500; people paid 50
May NATTC Memphis there point In one game. A seeeson cents apiece to see the contest.
May 9-NATTC MemphisHere i. .
May 11-Orlando A. A. Bas There 4 ; --
:May 12-Orlando A. A. Base There .t "; ..
:May 15: -NATB PensacolaThf're Kleinman And Godek Capture All.
:May JG-NATB Penwcola* Their .J
May 11-Gieen COe Springs Here S C I
,
May 22-Steison University Then Navy Mat Crowns At Naval AcademyTwo
May 23--Unlv. foGa. iSav.) Here fl
:May 24-Unlv. of Ga. (Sav) here> ) 1
:May 26-Geeen Cq\e Springs Then 1. Jax-Na\y wrestlers Raw
June QuantIco Matinee There I > F the dream of all naval grappler ing the coveted 160-pound diadem,
June 2-Quantlco Mailnes ThenJune com true last week at Annapoliswhen I still had enough class to pin three
5--Corpus Chilstl TheJunt ", Melvin Kleinman and John other giapplers He is now at the e
ChrillUTht',',
-Corpu*
June Quonset Point He..i- Jodck captured All-Navy wrestling Naval Academy trying out for
June 0-Quon ct Point Hen I rowns. the Navy Olympic squad. '

June 12-NATTC TV-NATTC Memphis Memphis There'TheJuno 'e. r-i-r It was the first time in the history :} In addition to sending two winners .
the indi- to the finals Coach Paul
- *' V-NATB Pensacolalien i of station that any ,
Juno 2()-NATB PensacolaHere h, it t pfy vidual or team from Jacksonville !I King also saw one of his charges

June' 22-'OI 23 Fort Pennine Denning l"bJun rhiJurv ,"'", 91 was crowned the best in the Navy. I j take a runner-up positIon and another 4 _

\'- Parrls Inland I'hef Other squads have advanced toi I grab off a third place. Jim
Junt 26--Pa iris Island I'hae" the semi-finals and finals, but none Senlc advanced all the way to the
July 1-Camp Lejeune Hi- ever went all the way. final match only to be pinned by
,
2-Camp Field Klfinman. rated of the Lou Baum in the class.
.IY, 6-FRlln: The.e. e as one ;, 114-pound
-Fclln:: Field Then ) aei best maulers to appear in the And Charles Thomas also of
July *- Part III Island HIM tournament of champions kept the local squad, made a fine show-
July -Pan In Island Here, his undefeated record clean by ing only to be defeated by M. C.
July 11-QuantIco Marines M<- r
July 12-Quanllco Mailnei Hen i \ pinning two opponents in one dayto Skinner, the eventual heavyweight
July l/1-C'ht'rt'y/ Point Herr r 'itd take the 125-pound crown. champion, and had to be content
July 17-Cherrv Point Here MELVIN KLEINMAN, the All-Navy 125-pound wrestling champion Following his (coronation he was with a third place award.
July July 2O 21-Fort-Fort Bennlnjr Bennlnjr receives the congratulations of Captain Herbert S. Duck- offered a shot at the Olympics Kleinman and Godek were pre-

July 23-Camp Lejeune 1I"rt'I worth Commanding Officer of the Naval Air Station, after Klein- which will be held next summer sented with sweaters with a Navy .
July :26 Camp Leleime I man brought back the first All-Navy crown in the history of NAS. but he turned it down. "N" for the victories. In addi
'
..'ulv.rulyC'h..rry"0-Cherry Point Point *" Kleinman) undefeated in service competition won the coveted title Godck. though he had a tougher lion they will receive gold belt
'D IU NATAL ,or by pinning two opponents at the Naval Academy time than Kleinman in annex- emblems, symbolic of the title.









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lly Jean O'llrjunt. '12e!

Sure and 'tis a fin> week we're ,
C \ ) havin' must be St. Patrick's
influence, All the good lush still
wear the green on their blue .
after all, we were Irish before we l _

l j were The Navy Variety! Show will have to 1 _

| be reviewed in next week's column 1'r:1: .
but from the looks of things in
the past weeks, we can safely say
now that there is no end to our
talent if we Just get to work on MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
it. Merle Hamilton and Rosie
Devine have really become quite
MOVIKS and 2000 wt."t'k-l'nll.-J.30 and
: 1Veekdays-1730 ; :2000.
the "backers, and we have an
THURSDAY
advertising department, costumers -
I "IN OLD SACRAMENTO", with '
Roy Rogers. -
; script writers, musicians, and
Fit IDA Y
all storts of stars!
I DANCE, Station Band. Starts at 2030.
I Ruthie Shelton stopped in at the SATURDAYKIDDIE

barracks last week to say hello SHOW at 1330. Feature: "GREEN DOLPHIN STREET",
I and goodbye. She and Johnie: are with Lai.-i Turner.
i I going on leave and then Ruthie Is I SUNDAY

going back to Massachusetts to "GREEN DOLPHIN STREET", featuring Lana Turner
await the arrival of an addition I :MONDAY .
I
to their family. Our married gals ;
"THE BIG CLOCK", starring Ray Milland. ,
at least give us some news now TUESDAY AND WKDNKSDAY
and then although we don't see "MIRACLE OF THE BELLS", with Fred MacMutray.
them too otten. We have a few THURSDAY

"You knucklehead, that'* NOT the kind of Voke' I meant!HU"! baseball widows who show up "UNDER NEVADA SKIES", with Roy Rogers.
around the barracks now and then
while their athletic spouses are JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
i' : Coaches out being athletic. That's why C
:tl1G- you've seen Mary Duval, Peggy' Slums start at 2000.

". .ITEm! (Continual from Page 6) Crane, and Annie Woolbright drop. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
Jim Brady, VA ATU No. 5 Aven- In at 722 lately And the "CALL NORTHSIDE 777". with.James Stewart.
brights have a new hut WOOl-I SATURDAY
gers.
lit" \l\ :'i'l'ort..rnan..hlltard' 'I I Dewey Park Should "UNDER NEVADA SKIES", featuring Roy Rogers.
--- SUNDAY
I a housewarming.
.... A VA ATU No.t out-
:: scrappy
"THE UNFINISHED PAGE",' O'Brien.
starring Margaret
I fit captured the Sportsmanship LATEST DOPE: We have some .
MONDAY AND TUI;>DAY
Trophy for the 1918 intramuralcage bobby-soxers in our midst .
season. The "zoomies" were could be second childhood! More "GREEN DOLPHIN STREET", with Lana Turner.WEDNESDAY .

/ close to the cellar during the first fun that way, though, and we have
The Great Barrier reef 'I to keep with this Navy "THE BIG CLOCK", featuring Ray Milland.THURSDAY '
of Aus- round of play but, at the start of up young
tralia stretches for 1,250 miles the final round, under a new coach, I Did you hear about the little sailor .
and encloses an area of 80,000 I hustled and played good ball to i who didn't think he was allowed "THE MIRACLE OF THE BELLS", starring Fred MacMurray.

square miles The marine life of I wind up in fourth place in the Na-:i to dance with the WAVES 'causethey're
the reef is described in WONDERS tional League and a spot in the ,, rated'!' Now we know why OTHER EVENTS
OF THE GREAT BAR play-offs. Never a team to give I we're wallflowers sometimes BINGO TAKTY-Every Thursday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
RIER REEF by T. C. Roughley. I the refs a "hard time," the sports- i j The new Mr. and Mrs. Shish are I MODEL AIRPLANE SslIOP Room 01, BIdg. 913: open 12002400.
former president of the Royal manship winners were always 1 residing at Green Cove bet all Club meets at 1900 Wednesdays.
Zoological Society of New South helping their opponents in case of ,('those lovely shower gifts Iva received MODEL; RACECAR CLUB Room 3, Bldg 913. Meets at 3900(
Wales, who made two voyages lethal I a spill or injury. The officials in really fill that trailer. Some Fridays.
region in the winters of 1933 charge of the intra-mural cage II of the gals who were at Norfolkare PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Room 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1930(
and 1936. The author writes wi h program voted upon their choicesfor quite eager to see the All- Thursdays.
enthusiasm and humor. "Coral, the sportsmanship award with Navy game played here and BOWLING-Six alleys located .Mainside Recreation Building
sea anemones, stone fish, sea the ATU No. 4 lads winning out we don't think it's all athletic interest No 3. Alleys open all week from 1630 :o 2130.
snakes, crabs, dugongs, turtles, I after a close race with the S.T.U. Better watch those Mar- BOXLNG For information regarding workouts, contact Lleut.
mutton birds, and pandanus trees Seahawks. ines The gals who went to Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
emerge from this catalog to make I St. Joe, Mo., lost their game by a
the reader wish himself much closer i I I measley four points. Two af our 1500.MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
to the Southern Cross." An important PHIZES ANNOUNCED 'gals, "Pride" and "Joy," that is, the South wing of Building No 955: is open to NAS personnel and
feature of the book is the FOR TONIGHTS BINGO I had a nice walk the other eve- their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily Available for wedding receptions .
52 color photographs which reveal ning, but wasn't it a little dark: by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho
the beauty of the reef. | Details on tonight's Bingo at out, kids? If you are lookingfor nograph available for use of all hands.
SAN FRANCISCO. PORT OF the Anchorage which is sponsored Betty Rucker sometime and LIBRARY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation BuildJ .
GOLD by William Martin Campis by the Navy Wives' Club for can't find her, just look in the J i ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2000 Monday through Friday. Saturday
a combination of history, story, I the benefit of the Station Nursery corner of 108 she punishes her- I from 0900 to 1630 Sunday from 1200 to 2000
legend, biography, adventure, and I were announced yesterday by self in the "Cookie" fashion. Best I SWIMMING-Indoor Pool. Daily Monday through Friday-1800
social and economic analysis. i I Mrs. Bertha Mish, Bingo chair- she stop reading "Dagwood andBlondie" to 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100; Sunday-1300 to 2100.
"Part One tells of the lure and man. GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sunday .
lore of California in the days I I The jackpot will be $35 with The next thing that will, with- from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House Bathing
when the word was synonymouswith only eight numbers to be called. out a doubt, take place in our trunks prohibited on Golf Course
gold and California was ruled Winner in the "Blackout Card" "Date Bureau, Baby-sitting Agen- ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
by the vigilantes. Part Two is the I event will receive $11. A nursery cy" is the dyeing of Easter Eggs cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
chronicle of early get-rich card is the prize offered to the and buying of new civvies for the Field. Dancing every Wednesday night with the Air Station Band.
schemes that flourished in the winner of the free game. Easter Parade Did you know TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at th_.Physical Train
first San Francisco. The author 1-------- ------ I that the average WAVE'S skirt ing Building No. 726.
also describes other cities and chiefly those between the U. S. has a four-inch hem and couldbe NURSERY-Sponsored( by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 110L
towns on the bay and tells how I I and the U. S. S. R., as illustrated made to have the "new look" Hours: Monday through Friday-0700 to 2100; Saturday-0700 to
the port came of age. Part Three I I in the day-to-day workings of the I What a revoltin' development that 0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents
tells the thrilling story of men and Allied Council of Japan." would be1! Just forget it was even for each additional child; Card-$8 for one child; $10 for two children;

hips, shanghaiers, slavers, and the I I mentioned and $11 for three or more children; Daily (for working mothers)-$1
"You gave me a bum steer, --- ---------
sailors who plied the coast. Part from 0700 to 1800.
Four is a complete review of the i she said as she came back with1 I Those who know say puppy love
stormy labor history of San Francisco an empty milk pail. 'I i. the beginning of a dogS life. I WHERE TO GO ASHORE

from the days of open war- -- -- SALVATION ARMY SERVICEMEN'S CENTER-602 West Adams .

fare between shipowners and sail- above Lane Drug Store one block west of Navy Bus Station.
ors to present day disturbances." NlITTC Free use of recreation room, writing room, music room, check
DANGER FROM THE EAST room, and shower facilities. Light refreshments available at snack
by Richard E Lauterbach is baseJ bar. Open from 12 noon to 12 midnight
upon the author's first-hand experiences I Movie Schedule "l.HI1'0: GO ASIIOUK-Duplicate Bridge Tournaments every
as a foreign correspondent Friday night at 2000. Open to the public. Naval personnel cordially
in the Orient and his study of Weekend.1400 and 2015 only; "f'"I.du\-1730 and :2015. invited. 3521 St. Johns Avenue. Playing fee $.75. Telephone Remlinger
the Far East at Harvard "Againstthe THURSDAY 2-0013, for reservations and information. .
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background of the U. S. ef- 'SECPvET BEYOND THE DOOR'' with Joan Bennett and Michael 1 -
forts to build a democratic Japan. Rodgrave. "And whose little boy are you ?"
Lauterbach dissects the personal FItIU.Asn SATURDAY BreezesLittle gushed the doting mother to her
roles of General MacArthur and 'THE LATE GEORGE APLEY, featuring Ronald Colman and little son
Emperor Hirohito: traces the Im- Peggy Cummins. George was saying his "My gosh," he replied disgustedly .
pact of average GI's and the Am- SUNDAY"IF goodnight prayer in a vey low "don't tell mo YOU don't
erican way of life on the Japa- YOU KNEW SUSIE", starring Eddie Cantor and Joan Davis. voice."I know."
nese; reports on the efforts to 'Iosn.ssn TUESDAY can't hear you dear," said
institute land reforms, political "CALL NORTHSIDE 777", featuring James Stewart and Richard his mother. When a girl sneezes, it's a sign
freedoms, trade unionism, and to Conte. "Wasn't talking to you!" said she's catchin' cold. When she
re-educate Japan's youth. In an- WEDNESDAY; : little George firmly. yawns, it's a sign she's gotten
alyzing Japan's future and our "UNDER NEVADA SKIES", with Roy Rogers. cold!
stake in that country, Lauterbach THURSDAY
Durante and "Hell, yes," said the devil as he
sketches the mounting ideological "THE UNFINISHED DANCE", starring Jimmy
battles among the big powers, Margaret O'Brien. picked up the phone. First Infant: "What's wrong,
"
__ n you seem puzzled?
Second Infant: "No, I was just
_ -5T ALEMA TE--- By Ed Hughes, Sl Check-up thinking: of going back on the
bottle I'm tired of having cigarette -

rI 1 ashes dropped in my eyes."
\ !, r

\ r The lunatic walked up to the

new superintendent."We .
1 like you much betti-r
the last fellow," he said. thane
The new super beamed. "
he asked.

I "Oh.. you seem' moic like one
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Two gals were being followed
down the street by a sailor. Fin.
} ally one could stand It no longer.
Turning to the guy she said,
"Either you quit following us or
get another sailor."










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