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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 15, 1948
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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COMPLETE MONDAYNAS

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prepared to say farewell oL (J-:No. .::1} USNAS _AM) !MATT; :, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA:i April 19 IS Campaign
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its PHM: this
to squadron

week as a group of the lumbering Admiral
Davison Captain Local Drive Slated To
:Martin Mariners took

off :Monday for Corpus Christi Run Through :30 April

from the seaplane ramp in

the first of four flights to Duckworth To Leave NASTlw All naval activities locatedat

transfer the outfit there. Another !NAS will open an intensive

flight is expected to'' Savings Bond campaign today
Seventh Naval Dist ri( :
which will "b
continue
leave today and by Mondaythe until t

entire complement of :21 will get a new Commandant April. The effort in conjunction

PDM's: and one HID will have the Naval Air Advanced t with the nation-wide Se-

arrived at the Texas base. Training Command a new ('uritv) Loan Drive, will place

The transfer of the squadron is Chief, and the Naval Air Station all its emphasis on participation -

effected to concentrate all a new Commanding-
... being: in the Navy Savings
.{ multi-engine training at the same ficer it was learned this week o s Bond Prorgam through the
b
station it understood. '
air was
following the announcementthat allotment and
deduction
Although ATU No. 10 will be'' ;. payroll -
strangely quiet because of the both Hear Admiral Ralph\: ( plans. No attempt will bo

move, it still will be represented I| Davison and Captain Herbert. made to push cash sales.

at NAS Jacksonville by the tiny, S. Duckworth had received s Til.whole idea: behind the earnin -
versatile Seahawks-- the observation <
orders to other duties. '
6 HM i" to promote the habit of
scout planes-known as the
Admiral Davison, who served us -\ - of the fleet.
"eyes Chief of NAATC since April. 194;, r' a .- -;|pr cad of inflation by having
A total of 243 officer and enlisted X k a o ..
Na'alAir Y > much loose cash floating
the
involved themoss when it was known as
personnel are in Operational Training Command 11 "\\Ind By signing up in the Pay-
transfer. student
Forty-six
and as Seventh Naval District t t"ll. )) Savings Program, both mill-
officers 27 instructor officers, and ,
Commandant and Commander 1-u r r v and civilian personnel will
170 enlisted men all are expectedto
Naval Air Bases, since Mu19.J6. \ 'k- I'"' tlng- aside money which buys:
be assigned to duty at Corpus .
was detached yesterday foi" r 1 !tl!? today' for a date in the fu'iit -
Christi by Monday.
a new a assignment 1tht' Office: of t 4.e' \\1\1'11' prices may be back to,
During the movement, ATU No. Chief of Naval Operations. Wash- ,n nail And, besides, in 10 years
10 will maintain a ready plane incase ington. E) C. The admiral's interim }h"who" sign up will be getting

of any emergency such as a relief as Cnll1l11:1ndlllt: will be Cap- t ii, i ii k four dollars for every three
Qh C
crash or fire at sea. Then, on lii'v., :saved'
Sunday two PBY-1'\\s\ are expected I .- I I Burin,{ the drive here, every of-
to fly here from Corpus to as- to
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Personnel InvitedTo l-r t-Navy Starts Drive


Attend Passover IX;;: i:k, To Fill Ranks Of


Services In TownThe !' Enlisted ReservesA

Jewish Community of Jacksonville ".., 1 l},... concerted ctlort to hoot; all

ha. I'XIl'l1ded' cordial! components of the naval and Marine -
Rear Admiral Kalpli )) 1..4111
Invitation to Navy personnel of s Corps enlisted reserves: to
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the Jewish faith to attend religious will b-> the new Commandant and with a pold star in lieu of an- authorized strength will be made
services with them during i during the months of April and
the Passover Hohda's.Services fNAAT. He is expected to arrive'' other Distinguished Service Medal. May in connection with observanceI

are scheduled as follows here the latter part of Mayor His son David, is a midshipmanat i I of the second annual Naval Reserve -
: early June. | the Naval Academy and his j Recruitment Program.
daughter, Jane, resides with the
In June, Duckworth will
Jewish Temple, Laura and Ash- Captain i i The national security requires
ley Streets-23 April 1800: 21 be succeeded as skipper of the \ Admiral and Mrs. Davison. I!I that this be done, at the earliest

April, 1100; 30 April 2000; 1 May, Naval Air Station by Captain Al- Captain Duckworth hails from possible date, it was stated this
1100 vin I. Malstrom of Tocoma, Wash Missouri and was graduated from I i week in a directive from Wash-

Jewish Center, Third and Silver Captain H S, Duckworth ington. The present Commanding the Academy in 1922. He has been | ington. According to the commun-
Streets--23 April, 1900: 24 Officer will report to Montgomery, awarded a Letter of Commendation -j ication. the policy of the United
April 0845 and 1900; 25 April tarn L. y Mason present Chief of Alabama, as Chief of the Naval from the Secretary of the States U to maintain the Navy

0345; 29 April, 1000; 30 April Staff for 7th N. D. Captain Duck Division, Air Forces University. I Navy for distinguished service as I as a thoroughly integrated entityin
0815 and 1900; 1 May 0345. The worth NAS Commanding Officer, Rear Admiral Davison is a native -I air officer aboard the aircraft car- sufficient strength on the sea
Memorial Service ( Yizkor) will beheld will assume the additional respon- of St. Louis, Mo., and a vet rier Lexington during its sinkingin ; under the sea. and in the air to
at 1030 on 1 May sibilities of Chief of Naval Air eran of both World War I and ; the battle of the Coral Sea in protect, in conjunction with the

Leave will be granted to Jewish Advanced Training and Commander i World War II. He graduated from May, 1912. II other armed forces, the national

personnel from sunset on Fri Naval Air Bases, 7th N. D. the Naval Academy at Annapolis I lie has one son, John Albert, | security, to help preserve world
day, 23 April, to sunset on Sat- While no official announcementhas in 1916 Among the decorations he who attends Bolles Military Schoolin I peace, and to provide the basis ofi
urday, 1 May if practicable, it been made it is understoodthat holds are the Legion of Merit and Jacksonville and a daughter>r. i effective expansion in an emerg-
was understood. Rear Admiral Ernest Loch the Distinguished Service Medal Eloise Kilbv. i encv
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THE QUANTICO DEVIL, DOGS are all smiles as Cy Waldrop and Dave Steindler manding Officer who awarded the trophies, and Lt Col. Russell Honaowetz, Quan-
the which the leathernecks received following their victoryin
display huge trophy
tko cage mentor The players and managers are holding their certificate of merit
the All-Navy Basketball Championships Saturday night over the West Coast
Marine. With the winning team aN Captain Jules F. Schumacher<<, NATTC Com which were awarded all participant in the tourney. '









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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 15 April 1948



} JfI S Sign Those; Letters! ( IT'S A TOUCH LITE By Sleeves


On many O
Editorial Offices NAS write letters ,to the Editor listing' .

South \\iag, Lower Deck, Bid jr. 930 their gripes about certain conditions. These ''t.llNfAtr11

Telephone Extension 8184 letters are either published forthwith in the .

Arthur M. Greene Editor hope that pro and con comment may be

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the elicited or they are sent to the Executive

U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and Officer for investigation and action. r

printed commeidaily with non-appropriated fundsat Quite a number of recommendations out- 'J

no expense to the government and in compliancewith lined in these letters have been put into ,, REFlO
SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December
1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat practice as a result of their having been

the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical brought to the Editor's attention. And it is

Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval our intention to continue to serve Jax Air DIE

Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters of News readers in this manner.
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air k 't
Station Cecil Field, and the U. S. Naval Hospital. But lately, nearly all the letters coming
....
and the U. S. Naval Hospital.Rear across the Editor's desk have been unsignedor ...

bore some pseudonym to hide the writer's -- -.
Admit Ralph Dar Ison : ((1 aY
Commandant Seventh Naval District identity. In these cases the letters have gone -
Did of Naval Air Advanced Tialnlnf into the
waste basket. If the Editor does

captain. Herbert S. Duckwoith. USN. Commanding not know the identity of the correspondent,
Jacksonville Naval Air Station it is impossible for him to check the com- ,/
,
Captain I C. M. Schaar, Captain F. W. Prlestman, plaint. The letter can not be published when 1

S. Naval Hospital Air Reserve :>
raining Unit : be withheld on request of the writer, and y -t

LJL Col.! T. C. Moore Jr. Lt. Col. Robert A. Black the Editor will substitute a nom de plume.So .
USMC. Commanding Commanding Marine All if there's something you want to get 1h 'I
(
Mailne Barracks DetMCRmt"ntOARTU off your chest, send it to us, but sign its! _

The JAX AIR NEWS receive Ships Editorial Association We'll respect your confidence-and get some .,ker4J --
mat rlal. Republication of credited matter prohibited
without permission of SEA. Washington 25, D. C. Republication answer to your problem too.
of any other matter, except by service publication -*- DTK IT' ? What color! !"
*. If prohibited without permission of Editor,
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JAX AIR NEWS. -
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-What Is Navy Relief? I (SEA-Romantic novels Survey westerns and j II Commercial bulletin I

I mysteries are the most popular fiction read- Itultetins ulll be accepted until space him been filled, twit not,
The annual appeal of the Navy Relief Society I later than 1000 Tuesday.. Ext. 8t30.:!
ing among Navy men, according to a recent
4 and 6 .
Mill this on May nun through
oK-n year ,
One suite and
I FOIL SALE piece living room wS
June. There are many men now on active duty informal survey conducted by BuPers Li- living loom suite kllih<
Hail -Davidson tt11c.t"
who vvrre not "..a ring the na\al uniform at the time brary Section. .*}Just out of xhop motoic.vile$:.510 wroth modelO t>( dantlque love seat. OuU+
Chief Roulslon at phone 8-1067
ft the 1947 (>am|>aljrn and Mho do not know what BuPers Library Section reviewed it-pa111 and anessmleoith SMI). 1630 or see at 504 Appleton Ave.slut
approx-
I will sell ( $::il5.: Call G, K. Mc-
is or that Its are. Then, too, or 30
the Society purpose volumes of 31M7 edition of Encyciu.pedla -
imately 2,000 of the 9,182 new books published Jo'atl Idle al ext. 711.Fourpiece .
there are many "ho have been In the Navy for stick reed Americana, two large volume
in the United States Of living room of the Funk and Wagnall's new
during 1917. piap-
services
yearn \\ho are not entirely aware of the suite. Thiee-pleoe bedroom suite tical slandaid
6 of
rrrMlered by the Nay Relief Society.Ulth these some 500 were selected for Navy use. I! with Bellul)J est box spring and innerspring \\ orldar 11 dictionary., each bound years In It'dMorocco
mattress. Desk, .
lamp
the Jax Air News beginning About 1,000 different titles Call Chief }'alley at b-2283.
this in mind were pur- I book cases, end tables, miscellaneous -
with this issue, ulll publish a series of articles chased in 1947 to fill special requests from Items. See E. B. St. Lament nUt RENT
at 1321-U Randolph M. NAS.
outlining the Society's aims and describing its operation. the 1,700 Navy and Marine Corps libraries. Baby bed with spring and mathelS.I Thl ee-room furnished apartment $25a
The first In this MT!."* appears below $10. Phone 2-4O73 and ask lor Um- month, fhiee-iooni unfurnlthtdapailrut'iH.
I
The Navy book stock includes about 5,000 I spot. $JO a month. Both .pt>itnirnis >
exists for the different I Fountain pen set medium sized. Wear- > with bath. Located on Dixtor's
Relief titles
which
The Navy: Society .I may be requested | ever bland Reasonable pi'Ice. See Inlet Road in Orange Paik. Src T.
primary purpose of assisting servicemen from the BuPers Library Sections by ships Mrs M. J. Mooie, 1131 Allegheny Rd. t;. Jenkins.rCevOlurnlshed. t"o.bedroom t.

their dependents, widows and orphans of deceased -, and stations. I Dexter NAS. washing machine In excellent ment with tiled bath and klUnen slat ,

personnel, and members of the Fleet -- -- -- ----- ---- (condition holds 6 sheets, $;5. One new electric refrigerator, lights tea.,
Phllvo ladlo-phonogiaph combination water, and nnC'n$. Call Mi*. LJnntrut

Reserve on inactive duty in cases of emergency -I FM and standard bioddcasl 5.9501.Taoroom: .
I bands, one month old, 9 tubes. "$J!"< 0.) bungalow with'- klirhcmitr,
and dire need in either an advisory capacity One baby' chlffoiobe with full length $13: a week. Phone Foil at :2-Uj"ife.
with personal problems or with finan- mirrors on both doors, $:lS. Call !New' buck apartment with tiled kluh. "
Chief Ervln at ext. &43. en and bath Venetian blinds, and !
cial assistance when necessary. Three looms of furniture. Includes new lurnituie $iuo per month. Phone

In an advisory capacity, assistance is given ''Neus orvlVieios f rorjiStatiar\ 1 i with bedroom draperies living and loom,dishes and kitchen added Fuinlsned Curry at house 4-5W7: with 01 :J-5732.3 bedroom.: allelectric

on budgeting and information is made $tlO. House 103A at Cecil Field. See kitchen, spacious Ienctil-ln
I Johnson. yard, and 2-car: garage. Only 1>3
available on travel costs, dependents' hospitalization Stenot pe. 1 housing, family allowance and $50 01 tiade for sewing I machine in at :-.A! >1 Green Cove ypiin lug
I good condition Call Joan !Negus' ; al details.
other matters concerning the serviceman's i ext. KM: : or phone 2-6279 after 1713. Two apartments with four looms and
A BOOK REPORT Canoe, Oldtown, 17 ft. Good condition bath and a nice big front yard YVrct
welfare. new footboards, two new pad- Collins Rd., just south of NAS. Ask;
When a man is subjected to heavy expense The book on which I am going to reportis dles and. Phone new outboaid motor attachment for J. V.house SuKlei.Twoloom furnished. No objro .I
S. A.
through no fault of his own, financial assist- approved by the Book Guilds and, although 2-5326. : hlttlngtonat Uon to a brl rot,9i.lh/ In theetenings i

ance is given in many cases in the form of it is not banned in Boston, it is verygood i 4x5 Speed Graphic with flush gun, und I ask for 01 )Sirs Groom. day ;
tlndei, him
loans and gratuities to cover hospitalization, reading.The range pack adapter Two-room apartment with private entrance I f
I Graphic R Gtaflex back $:%X). Call orwrite and adjoining bath. Near .
funeral expenses, emergency leave sudden authors of this book are too num- I Cadillac BUI Roy foui-door at Lake sedan lily,with Fla.19.J6 NAS and city bus line See Mis.*

transfer, family allowance delays transients erous to mention but they are nationally heater,, sealed beam headlights. radio Furnished Klikpaiiick apartment at 21)18; with College large St. bt>c V. I

without pay accounts, advance rent on Navy known. The painters who drew the illustra- good miles tires on new and engine new ballet$395. y.Call 25.U.1O Lt.) tlon room next to bath. Large comblrm- .
;
living and
housing, for furniture for unfurnished houses tions in the book created masterpieces.The 2-2JUO Comdr after Siegley 1630.at eAt 72
in some cases and other emergencies that scene takes place over a numberof i 19-10 Ford (1\ -p8"'nKer conveitlble only! Mrs.. SoO Gross per month 4557 ,Pott non-diInker St.

may arise. years and the plot is quite realistic. For I with new lire and new motor. $150. Room In private' home for young coo-
Call Durham at ext. 471.
Service includes Navy Relief Nurse on the historian, the book would be very interesting 1938 Foui-dooi Buick special sedan, 22397.Located: oft( If Rousefelt dt-slird. l'hon ilih

home visitations, office assistance in locating The history is made vivid by the with radio and practically new tires, way at 4561 Park St.
$550. Call J. D.
Henry at ext. 471. Two-room fUI fished apuitmt-nt.. 1$5O
personnel for dependents writing letters regarding characters' actions and deeds. All conditioning unit, 1947 model. per week. Near All Base bus. See
Pacific, 110 volts, 1/2 ton capacity, Mrs J, M. Jo> ner at 1028 Dane> St.,
family allotment delays, aid in ob- There are many beautiful poems in the will tit In any window, Perfect loi or phone 2-O.r .

taining ambulance, service and other assist- book so it will be interesting for the poetry 1 Walnut or 2 room.finish.used See only Chief for Brown 6 weeks at Apartment at 1475 Avondale Ave. wllb
one bedroom semi-private bath
ance as required. lover also. Adventure abounds throughoutand Plant Maintenance store room In small breakfast room, private kitchen

There are no absolute rules but there are mighty battles are fought. For the stupid A&R.Westlnghouse electric range, prewar Mrs., C.and W.use Davis of living at 212473.room. Call

things-that Navy Relief does ,not do, such as there is wisdom, and for the perplexed '- in excellent condition, $75. Call Large private room with twin beds and
\\alpole I at ext. 669.
screened porch Call Mrs Fragle .t
financing a man's marriage or divorce an- there is serenity. 19-14 Jeep, enclosed, with heater and I 7-5264.

nual leave, automotive expenses or paymentof Although there are no actual sports stories good dition.tires.$475 In cash.good See mechanical McGulre con at Will or two share girls.5-room Employed duplex with widow,- couple lady

old personal debts. the book does tell of a track event. NATS or at 1162 Cumberland Rd. will not Intt"rtf'l'Ith,- cooking. N#
The Navy Relief Society is NOT A LOAN For those who like love stories will Three-piece living loom suite, two objections to Infant, must have inference. -
you complete bedroom suites, and a dinette I'hone 7-6486 after 1730: 2f>bV
AGENCY in a primary sense but the Navy'sown findone of the best (in my opinion) If suite for only $'tOO. Can be cold College St.
separately or as a whole Call Mrs. .
welfare agency. All the money that is one likes Sherlock Holmes, the book will A. B. Emerson at 8-<<)t2. WANTED

l loaned out cannot be collected, which means also meet your approval. The mysteries are Breakfast at 1414-B set Child,$700 St.,See NAS Chief Norse .
T buy ,
rent 3-bedioom furnlc.ht4or
shrinkage of funds ; in addition, gratuitiesare explained in a clear and concise manner. Bedroom, suite with mattress and unfurnished or house in Riverside.

made in some needy cases. That is the There are dramas dancing, and festivals.In springs room furniture only six with months lamps old.and Living rugs areas.Avopdale Quick, :Murray action Hill for, or reasonable Ortega

reason contributions are solicited once each the story or rather number of stories Including few dishes.a See washing R. W machine and a offer. Call Haaf, 2-8953.
Conoway at ..
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year. If you do not contribute, or if you have the characters are Joe a carpenter, 1234-B ,Hancock St. NAS.Lo't"at. Two side riders to NAS.from Working Southslde hours vU Rlv DUO*

received financial aid and do not repay and his wife, Mary a dancer, a judge soldiers 75.: Appearance valued at like$168 new for a Phone mere ext.to 1545.232. Contact J. F. O'Conneli.

loan be causing hardship for kings fishermen and 2-9513. Mrs. Frank B. Stones Man
your you may common every- Two-bedroom house with tile bath and or woman for general cleaning
yourself or a shipmate who will need aid day people. kitchen. Equipped with utilities anda I Galchell ot small at apartment.nt. 765, or Call phone Lt. Comdr.7-5Jt-a

at a future date. The revolving funds of the The plot evolves around one main character lifetime 4603: Blount roof See Ave.Mrs., F.Tlmuquana B. Stoneat I, Couple to share Lake Shore house wltk

Navy Relief Society come from repaid loans He has a very pleasing personalityand Manor.Three two. Comfortable business girls I five-room at 4828, furnish DundeeRd !'
of
rooms fuinlture. Includes
and your contributions to help yourself and is kind and gentle. He has a great many 3-plece bedroom suite, dinette set, living children bungalow allowed near ,NAS.reasonable No pets at V or*
shipmates. followers and like all room furnltuie, sofa chair, tables month. Call Mix
your great men he has I lamps, throw rugs, and pictures a Miss \Neb tei 01
McCray at 8-1514.
-*- many enemies. His following became so Roark, 1324 Cumberland Rd Ride to Green Cove from NAS at 1630

TO STUDY MEDICAL RECORDS great that the rulers and kings became jealous Metal dition.Ice Call rdrllt'eratort"ry Rlegal at exi good 9213.con 4466 dally.or Call 447At Mrs. Shepston lit vxU
Easy splndryer.I portable washing I
and -
plotted against him. killed -- -
They ; -
OF VETERANS chine. Only two months old d'"f I
him but his undying spirit lives on. excellent condition. R. E. Libby.

(Sea-Analysis of medical records of Do you like the book ? I like the book 1938 JJl Chevrolet-8 Randolph four-dooi St., NAS sedan with''

more than 100,000 sick and disabled World and think it is very inspiring, informative, radio and heater good: tires and recently i
overhauled
engine Car be
: can
War II veterans will be made in a programto and interesting. It gives you everything you financed See Mrs Halmark any time
determine and of little-known need : art drama after 1700 at 13.11 Cumberland Rd. I the Ma41e l Chapels, Birs ls>(-
causes cures mystery, philosophy, lyric 1947 Hudson See Chief White at 3b3 ham dead. sad Mvitta A>e.a.
diseases and strange injuries. writing, common sense and a basis for life. B Alden Ave., Dewey Park, or call Pr.te laBl

Through a study of the medical histories Would you recommend it for someone 'our ext.rooms 611. of furniture, complete with WHO-H.NATTC F. Menges.Service- Chaplain A.

researchers: hope to aid in treatment of such else to read ? I believe everyone would profit rugs: curtains, etc Price very rea 1045 Ceneral Worship Service -
sonable. V.
See J. Morken at 3ftU-A Chaplain A. C. Boyer.Cath.itt .
cases in the future. Examinations will extend by reading this book both old and young Norman St., Dewey Park.3piece .
maple living loom suite with 0700-Mass.
even beyond the time when the ill or alike.This pUtfoim rocker chair In good condition. O-JOO-Mass.
injured persons were discharged from hospitals book is non-fiction. Complete with two end tables, 1100Mau.An .
rook shelf end table,
knlrkruxk for small eMV-
outdoor Nursery r
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in an attempt to determine causes or Title: The Holy Bible. shelf and blue reversible chenille dren II maintained between MM
!".12" tugs $lt)0. Call Batten atext. and 1200.
other
relapses or after-effects. Chaplain A. C. Boyer. :23.



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" :" Permanent WAVES Not To Interfere I


Pi" .With Rate Advancement Or Rotation
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.V (SEA-Women In the regular Navy or Marine Corps

will not interfere with regular ship-to-shore rotation, ad-

"' .vancement in rating and other duties and privileges of male

personnel, the Navy Department emphasized.

If legislation is passed authorizing the enlistment of 'ISI

_ women into the regular Navy, the number of enlisted women

Would be limited to two per cent I ..
i of the normal authorized enlisted I 1

4., strength of the Navy and Mar-I
Corp. Maximum woman officer :
strength is limited to 10 per cent I II

of authorized enlisted women. t -"
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Administrative and clerical position

would not be affected greatly. Fb

Of the 4,500V which \.. 5
would be enlisted, only 450 wouldbe
in the yeomen bracket (NOTES FROM NARTU) -S

It is estimated that 1.200 women (i-AsUon 1M l. the week.e.d iqMadron S S _
Br' :z;::.', are required immediately to fill rrp.rtiijc this vrrk.-Nd.l:
'. billets in hospital work. Hospital \\\KKK-IN TOURISTS That
4 personnel are not to be affected Antilles amble we spouted oft
because it is planned that WAVES about last month turned out to be

would serve aboard hospital' ships II no myth. Last week-end, eight ot
and naval transports. For exam- the lads from our squadron boarded Y

pie, there are at present J2.000 : one of the NARTU Catalina ,., .
'a, shore bilets and 6,000 sea billets I and took off for Havana, Cuba. We &

,. for hospital corpsmen: I were sitting home numbly pattingthe
P- Requirements and regulations keys of our typewriter last
Saturday night, thinking of those
for advancement in rating for women -
in the regular Navy and Mar- lucky week-end warriors sidlingup
to the bar at Sloppy Joe's
" Cor would be the same as for
'' male personnel. Women would not Those who made the trip were C. f'
,, hold or be eligible for sea ratings F Peters, AD2; R. W Lynch, SA; I NAVY PRINT SHOP
such as boatswain's mate I A, O Banks. EM3c: C. F. Crowell
SR; J. F McCree. AMJc.: J. B
Women in the regular Navy TilE LATEST; edition of the station telephone
WhIte AKAN; and P. H. Gay,
would not interfere with employment YN2. Lt. Jack Herndon. our Personnel directory, issued recently was printed as usual .
of civil service
personnel.
Officer, went along; as copilot -" by the District Publications and Printing Orhi e yi
WAVES would be used mainly' The boys all reported thatit
I I located in Bldg. 913. The shop handles all print
in hospital work, communications', was lots of fun and any one of
i ing requirements of Seventh Naval District a.
and administration
supply, aviation general them is now an authority on the
tivities, including NAS Jacksonville. In additionto
WAVE officers would
1 better spots to visit while you so-
the directories, the print shop turns out vanous
i f be employed in aviation, engineerIng journ in that fabulous city knownas
forms used for reports, booklets, letterheads and
electronics communications,
the Pearl of the Antilles
scores of other items (Above) Printer N Barney
I intelligence, legal, medical, sup- There'll ba more of these RON's
j Chesser looks over a proof before setting the ad
line officer tasks.
ply and general coming up, so mind your P's and 'far ,
and the In the back
justments starting
MarCor plans to divert its female Q's and might get to on press
you go
administrative ground, Printer J. S. Caster checks the operationof
I personnel to general one of them.
Or- another press with an automatic feeder artachment -
of
duties and in support
) t Reserve TIIOS NEW: RATKS Just (Right) R. H. Zim. linotype operatorand
ganized
programs when we had things pretty coldas compositor, sets up a page which will be
') In recommending that legisla- far as knowing our way around locked up and placed on one of the presses
; tion be adopted authorizing the in- the Navy goes up comes a new While all the men shown here are civilian employees
corporation of women into the rating structure that has thrownus the shop also has a complement of Sf'I"--
P regular services, the Navy and for a very definite loss. "Havana ice personnel.
t Marine Corps stressed the fact Hotshot" White ts now an ,

i that, in event of an emergency, AKAN, no less The first time we .
, valuable time would be consumed saw it in writing we thought it -

" training necessary' women to fill was the first name and, in all seriousness -I Association Will
Employees Sponsor
" essential billets. I I asked him If he were I

J The House Armed Services Committee an Arab. He hastened to inform

has passed the legislation i| us that it is the new abbreviationfor l Civilian Championship Golf Tourney

providing for women In the permanent I Seaman, First Class, Store-
j Naval Reserve and the bill I keeper Striker Ah! me. --.
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was scheduled to reach the House I NKW BOSS )\N-Lt. Comdr. elf tournament sponsoredby will be conducted by the Nav- : The tourney will be on a math

1 floor for a vote early in April. R L. Gittings, former Executive al Air Golf Club. I play basis, and the schedule of
Last July the Senate passed an-I i Officer of this squadron, has received the Employee's Associa- The winner of the first civilian matches will be posted no later
other bill to make WAVES a part orders making him our new tion for Civil Service Em- tournament in the history of the : than 15 May, it was stated. Ap-

). of the regular Navy and the per-j C.O. He has been with our squadron ployees, will be played on the station will have his name engrav.ed > plications must be in the hands of
manent Naval Reserve since it was commissioned andis the tournament committee no later -
I NAS course between 22 and on a huge trophy which will be
ly At present only the reserve very well known to all hands. to him for To than 1 May and may be turnedin
presented one
31 :: it announced this year.
features of the latter bill have We extend our sincere and hearty May was obtain of the I at the station golf shack or
I permanent possession
cleared the House Armed Services congratulations to him with the week. The tourney will be an trophy, a golfer must win the annual I to N V. Pulignano, EngineeringI

Committee. I assurance that he will command annual affair and all arrange- tournament three times. Other j I > : B. W. Bradshaw, Shop
the best week-end squadron in the ments for the inaugural event prizes will be awarded to the 1016 (A&R) ; Herb Pinney Shop(

nation. (We're just modest, that's winner, runner-up, and consolation | 305 A&R) Bill Coby or Bob
Vacancies Exist all.) Robertson Supply, Pete Cappa,
Congratulations to you both from winners in each flight ,I
:MISSING PERSONS BUREAUOur all the week-end warriors of FAS- All civilian employees here are I Public Works; or Mike Gascon

On Chapel Choirs bloodhound and super- Ron 158.Hang. eligible to enter the tourney, Industrial Relations

sleuthing department was just out the crepe because and there will be no entry fees. The following information must
More vacancies than ever be- about to strike the search trail for each be included on all applications for
George Schorr, AN, (never did get Upon application entry,
fore now exist in the Chapel for T K. Buck, A01, of Jax Beach that SKV3) has left us to workas person will be furnished with a entry in the tournament: name,
Choirs because large numbers ofpersonnel when he showed up of his own a civilian with the Air Force ticket for one 18-hole round on department, shop no. or section
are being transferredwith accord. Forthwith, we were aboutto station home address, and phone. It should
I fly-boys He tells us that they the course. Upon completion -
the Naval Air Technical j slap him in the third degree reached back ten years in his pastto of this round, the score card, also bear the statement "I here-
Training Center to Memphis, and chamber and start applying the must be turned for in the Naval
I find that he had experience in dated and attested, I by apply entry
many two-year men are being discharged rubber hose when he blurted out lithography. He's now employedat I In at the golf shack Deadlineis Air Station Civilian Golf Tournament -

it was learned this week his excuse for not attending the Eglin Field, which is about 10 10 May i iI i ."
An invitation has been t'xtend-j last training period. It seems he miles from Pensacola. .
ed to all men twho have sung in was busy procuring himself a copilot -
their high school glee club or in : for the little cross country Horace B. fleece, DK1, who has I MusiAd Dancing USAFI Mobile

their own church choirs to contact trip through life She 14 the for- been away from Jacksonville on

any of the chaplains or any I I mer Miss June Hayes, and the I business returned since and last reported November again, has for 'Now Offered At The Unit To Visit
member of either Chapel Choir event took place at the Methodist

for a spot on one of the choirs. I Church at__.:Jacksonville Beach I duty ANNUAL with the TRAINING squadron. DUTY- Station CafeteriaThe NAS Next WeekThe


I CONGRATULATED BY C. O. I The 14 day active duty period for Mainside Mess Hall has its United States Armed
members of FASRon 158 will take
""! I place from 17 to 30 July. The ac- "Music by Muzak"and now the Forces Institute Mobile Unit

i ,,:.,/ tive training duty is In reality the Civilian Cafeteria has its juke which has been touring pasts,

>limax of our training each year box. camps, and stations in the South

because we're all together for long Patrons of the cafeteria were will be aboard NAS 22 and 2 t
enough to get the feel of working ,
with each other on various proj- taken by surprise Monday when April to familiarize personnel herewith

ects just as it was when we were suddenly the strains of a pop the opportunities of furthering

on continuous active duty. The ular melody came floating through their education while in the

R period simulates as closely as pos- I the building All heads turned toward service.
sible the type of work we'd be performing I the source of the music
The unit is
to rendercomplete
If we were recalled to active -I There, on the unused side of the equipped
:t service, and it helps to knit I, cafeteria, was a shiny nickelodeon. USAF services. At
Scott Field in St. Louis, recently,
the squadron into a self-sufficient .
259 men were enrolled in two days,
entity which relies on the NARTU L G. Hall, cafeteria manager, and at Memphis, Tennessee, 40.Jmen
only for logistic support So keep explained that he had the juke installed were enrolled in three
davs
y e Y r those dates in mind 17 to 30 "so everyone can relaxa
Yv'r sedan
The unit consists of a : ,
.' July And here are a couple more little during lunch hour." He tractor-truck, and trailer
while we're on the subject 1 feels that the cafeteria is the carry-
Ing in mathematics -
complete courses
and 2 May which, of course, are most logical spot, and he aims tooffer '
,
history foreign languageand
t the next dates we drill :as many attractions as pos-
more than a hundred other
s \\KLCOMi; : AIU>.\K11-One new sible.
subjects
fan graces our squadron this "I've had the floor cleared In
week. It belongs to Robert L. part", he said this week, "and At present, more than 200.000
Si'hmehl. SR, a student at Robert those who want to dance are welcome servicemen and women are enrolled -
In USAFI.
t, Lee High School. Bob's dad is to go right ahead. Two
a naval lieutenant assigned! toNAS. tables have been arranged for

Come to think of it, that'sa those who bring their own lunches, 3k.
wry fine plug for the outfit when and they, too, are invited to UM

__________ ____n__ _._ someone who knows the Navy as the cafeteria's facilities."
'f CAPTAIN HERBERT A. DICRWOKTII, Commanding Officer well as Bob's dad does has his Hall also announced that the errSa!!i
fof the Naval Air Station, congratulates the coaches of the Quan- son start his own naval career at cafeteria is opening canteens In
.1 taco Marines basketball team, winners of the All-Navy tourney NARTU. We euro wish that civilian A&R and Supply in the near future "Vour ixrsrtiwU conversation

held here last week. Here, the Commanding Officer is shaking parents. who don't know the for those who wish to eat Ii'hot official IMIIII! .MS when ua-

ii hands with Lt. CoL Russell E. Honsowetz, head coach, while 1st Navy as well as Lt Schmchl, light luncira without tearing their lug/ official telephone."
I JLt. Thomas T. Tullp&n, assistant coach, looks on. would take a cue from him. I buildings.
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r telka like yea I
Who make life worth living
sly the things that you d* J'la.nt Dlvl"lon-by Walt Fletcher .. .
I And all year generous, giving.Yes -At last that great day has ar

,; give of yore timeTo rived for some of the Plant Divi-
go way" out Tenth Mrcet sion boys. And what day is that?
That Mood may be given mho Why discharge day of course,!
To strengthen his heart beat Last week C. H. Landers, D. F.

Your cars yea did offer, Poley, and J. C. Pugh left for the
tx + For eonveyanre to the UOC', SepCenter. R. I. Brandt, J. A. Pere',
H C 1 So the good ole AXH R. L. Reeley, E. L. Queen, and A.
knock
lou bet I'll never
Are P. Roy checked out Friday to soon
The no.fi'milk sent, too, become civilians once again.
Did real wonder untold;
f I hope hi. walk, I* fort)-tw. We are sorry to say that we
wr w Before the )ear's very old. are losing our very capable Chief
Van Hoose. Van has been our
: : And The money given It yon with" have a smile freely, given leading chief for the past two
; (lives special rare to one t.ed-rl ldenhating years but is now being transferredfor
virile along the mile.I fleet duty. Wish you luck on

your new assignment, Chief.It .
il.. ulnrerel' thank you
For the Dire thing you have done, seems as if Fred Rickettshas
May' clod bring bleanlnf anewTo
S1 a each. and every 41n. become as permanent as the
lairs deurge Mauger. furniture over at sick bay. Eight
f .
v ht days is a long time to be just sick,
Engineering by Caroline llouell or could it be the nurses?
:' \ Fire! Fire! Did you; folks know I
: Planning Uh'i"lon--by
1'ynona
that Walt Howard is. I mean was,
Spiirlork Well,
Planning startedthe
building radios Yep, Mr.
week off with farewell
a dinner
bought a radio kit and set it up H'j
for Lt. Bronson. We wishIng
are
the it "ain't"
SCENES REMINISCENT of the wartime ht>v-day were re-enacted in reverse --t-Frlday--t garage-but him the best of luck in his
now. Bet next time man
a comes
Industrial Relations as approximately 350' RIF d employees were cleared by the Personnel Actions new job and, although we will
te door Mr. H. won'ttell
I Section in six hectic hours. The section, final "port of call" for all civilian personnel being separated, your him don't want, you to miss him in our Division, we are
assists in the completion of retirement refund forms and obtains forwarding addresses to which final I you buy happy to welcome Lt. Comdr.
will ?
anything,
you Especiallywhen
checks and bonds will be sent. Gullaksen to the office left vacant
he's trying to tell
you your
Lt. Bronson's "
garage is on fire. Could it have by departure
InspectingThe been those _ole cigars? It Just Sights! around the! A.tR-It
couldn't have been the way the sure looks bare around the old
CIVIL SERVICE EXAM II radio was constructed, could it? A&R what with all the planes go.

Anyway, maybe you just better ing, going, and gone. Makes you
Bulletin BoardThe leave this radio building to the ; feel like you had lost old friends
Inspectors electronics engineers. with so much space, and we all

Seems nearly all of Engineering know that there has been many a

By Helen Burnett following' Civil Service Examinations have been announced r' has gone Buick mall or some- person here who has since gone to

Chief Tallant, the entire personnel Unless" otherwise Indicated" the examinations are unassembled and j I( thing. Jack Silver just had to have I other" parts. "Old friends are the
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of the Inspection Depart- the necessary form should be filed In time to reach the cognizant: ': leave last week, arid what did he i best friends" after all. is an old
ment sympathized with you in the Board before the closing date. Copies of all announcements are come back with but a 1941 Buick. I saying, but friends are friends no
recent death of your faiher. Our .t..1 ft ih e Bullet!n Board .I.... th....., lobo y Vt, "MJIUg.'.1_ <..*.orn t>V* Tiny Symasek took a couple ot' matter where, how, or when you
thoughts were with you in your t"'R' RAL" ELECTRIFICATION ENGINEER i ,_ I hours leave, too, and came back meet them. And to say that we
sorrow. I $3397 to $4902 per annum. Civil Service Examiners for the Ala with a new Buick convertible. Sho'I hate to see these people leavingus
bama Ordnance Works, Chlldersburg.Alabama. .
Sorry to report that Chief H. SHeath No closing date. File with Executive I i is "purty." Understand Mrs. Daniel I and will miss them is no mere
is confined to the hospital.We Secretary, Board of U, S. Civil Serv- EXPLOSIVE OPERATOR. $1.03 and I I is Just waiting on hers. Me- expression. Good luck, folks. We'llbe
ice Examiner for the U. S. Depart- $1.13 per hour. Closes 7 May 1948. File Hone he wants seeing you!
a
new car,
hope he will]) soon be back withus. with Secretary. Board of U. S. Civil says
ment of Agriculture, Agricultural Re- Service Examiners for the Alabama too, but he says you can hardlyever Just who was it that sat on the
search Center, BelUvllle, Maryland. Ordnance Works find curb ( supposedly lunch
Have folks met Trading Childers burg, Alabama one for fifty bucks, and ) during
you HOME ECONOMIST (ELECTRIC), sometmes you never do. That's all j hour the other day-no, not cactus
Able Martin The Trader ? He BUILDING
LABORER $1690 and
$3397 to $4149 per annum. No closing I just thorns from
Mr. cut shrub-
$1822 right, Trescot there's still
the per File j
purchased a jeep-sold Cros-jeep date. File with Executive Secretary, I with rrrl' rdlo ltgU.daJ. Civil room for you and your little i bery.
for a big profit-bought a Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners Service Examiners Warner Robins Air Crosley! GROUP ii MSM
ley-now poor Abie is stuck with Material Area. Robins Air Force Base. I ,
for the U. S. Department of Agriculture Division Planner Steals
the Crosley. Just in case you have Warner Robins, Georgia Accessories Division by Dorothy Helpers'Cigars
something to trade, Trad in' Abie Agricultural Research Center j I WIlliamson-Leaving landing ;! Nok I ASK-U, is that
BelUvllle, Maryland. fair?
can be located in the Engine Overhaul INSPECTOR tPOLESi", $4149 per j gear shop were A. L. Beatty, Masters .
Inspection Office! and Lynch, We sure miss you
annum. No closing dale File with
W. S. Brosky, inspector in the SUPPLY. fellows, but we wish you luck in
Buaid
Executive Secretary, of U. S. INSIDEPUBLIC
Supply Department, has a brand Civil Service Examiners for the U. S. the other shops.
new fishing rod and reel! Now IF Department of Agriculture Agi(cultural When you see a red streak going
his wife will let him out, he'll land. Research Center, Beltsxtlle Mary SALLIES through the A&R, don't worry. It WORKSAround

be found fishing in his spare time. M is only Russel Bennett doing all
PACKER LEADER $.83 per hour.
Understand he and Mr. Cole Closes J May 1948. File with StcieUiy that work he has assigned to him the Divisions: In the
"snuck" off the other Saturday.Paul Board of U. S. Civil Service Design & Engineering Division
Ames ( that nice-looking ers for' the Augusta Arsenal, Examln.j now.George Taylor la sure gaining Vernon Barefield was called to

inspector in the Aircraft Overhaul Ga.PACKER HEAVY $.87 GARNERED. A goodly portion weight now. Could be that goat's two weeks Naval Reserve duty
Group) was seen at the beach Closes 3 May 1948. File with Secretary of Supply-era attended the Post milk he is drinking. I starting last Saturday. Vernonwas
recently-taking advantage of Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners 137 dance last Saturday night and LeRoy (Baby) Lynch Is still en- very pleased about it. Dub
getting an early tan! Nicelooking Ga. for the Augusta Arsenal, Augusta '' we are told that, based on its joying a happily married life, we Faglie, in the Survey Unit, cut
companion, too! 91'i'' another hear. I his hand with a machette last
I PACKER HEAVY LEADER $, success, is being planned
We are all interested in finding I per how Closes 3 May 1948 File with shortly. The Szar called the Paul Glad to see Earl F Chase backat I week but is back on duty now.
out just who the chief is Secretary, Board of U. S. Civil Seiv-i Jones' shindigs, and Sid was pair- work after a long illness Dub's chief complaint was that
whose wife, apparently, doesn't Ice. Examiners Augusta Ga.for the Augusta Arsenal ed with Thelma on the first fling We understand E. L. Smith is he couldn't play baseball for a

give him enough pin money to buy ENGINEER TRAINEE $2168 and Bill Wilson's guests were" installing an attic fan in his home. I while. Hell have to confine his
his smoking tobacco. Understandhe $2394! per annum. Closes 21 April 1948. both rewarded for attending by He is preparing for the hot days baseball activities to umpiring-

is collecting old rubber bandsto File with of U Executive S. Civil Service Secretary Examiners, CentralBoard drawing the door prize Otis we will have soon I not a pleasant thought. The boy
chop up and mix with his tobacco Bureau of Reclamation, Denver Federal Owens, Supply philatelist, has In I Clanton, Williams, and Mooreare I are all teasing W. H, Taylor about
-makes it last longerandgives I Center, Denver, Colorado. his possession a first-day-of-issue leaving the Ordnance Shop. his recent quarantine. Taylor's
more smoke, too! Could it UTILITY hour. Closes MAN 11(SECURITY, $,70& Mississippi commemorative stampan Hope they will enjoy the other home was quarantined for a few
Fit
be the same chief who is collect- I per with Executive Secretary May, 1948 Board of interesting point of which is I places as well. I I days as the doctor thought Tay.
ing "brown bags"! U. S. Civil Service Examiners, Milan the one "s" on the original state I j Roy Duckworth Is back after an Ilor's daughter had diphtheria,
We wish to extend a hearty wel- Arsenal Milan, Tennessee. seal in the name. Otis can showit | 18-month vacation in overhaul and which was found later to be in

come to a newcomer-Chief Peter per INDUSTRIAL annum. Closes SPECIALIST 11 May 1948.$4149 File,60 to you Missourians, if you want salvage. I correct. At this writing, F. N.
Maliniak. Hope you enjoy work- with Executive Secretary, Board of proof The lunchroom was j I A. B. Weathers! told me his leI I Caylor is slated for a short trip
ing with us, Chief.Congratulations. U. S. Civil Service Examiners, Milan voted in on the informal ballot 1 cret. Here it is. He has the Congressional I I to Tampa in connection with 7ND
to Mr. and Mrs.E. Arsenal SAFETY, Milan INSPECTOR.Tennessee.$3021 per an last week, and administration an- I I| Medal of Honor for study of the Naval Reserve facilities '

O. Carter (EOCIE to us) who I num. Closes 11 May 1948. File with nounces that plans are being exe- services in "orld'ar I, Co. D, there."
are the proud and happy parents Executive Secretary, Board of U. S cuted now to put it into effect 308th Inft., 77th Division, serving In the Transportation Section
of a baby girl-born 8 April. I Civil. Milan Service Tennessee.Examiners, Milan Arsenal very shortly. Just what will be under Major Whittlesey as a mem- our star news gatherer, Jennie

Messenger Mills was very un- SCIENTIFIC AID (COTTON), $1286 offered, or when, is still being decided ber of the Lost Battalion in the Kopec, was out on news-gathering
happy last week, a little peeved to $2644 per annum. Closes 6 May 1948. Nellie Stack, another Argonne Forest. He is attending day because of Illness in her fame taJ1
File with Board of U S. Civil Service the Honor Society in Atlanta Sun- V
because he's late in getting separ- Examiners, U. S. Department of Agri- Supply philatelist, is recuperating ily.In
ated. Just can't wait to become a culture, 311 Glenn Bld(., Atlanta, from a major operation and is I day.Your the Administrative Division,
civilian again and get back to Georgia. doing nicely, expecting to be backat reporter was singing "Now Betty Herrington returned from

South Carolina! (From all reports, EXPLOSIVE, $1.17 hour.OPERATOR Closes 7 SUPERVISOR May 1948. her desk as soon as the pill- ,:I Is The Hour" last Friday so here's a three-day trip to Atlanta, Ga
the little party at Kingsley Beach File with per Secretary, Board of U. S. rollers okay it. S. O. S.: Ella a. little farewell poem: Betty visited her ex-school class
Thursday night should have cheered Eppler, in Disposal Division, reported at Crawford W. Long Hospital
you up some!) guishing a fire. It's said his hair the loss of her plain gold Wheai )0. mix me from the AiR there. Among the sun-tinted faces

Marie West you surely looked was red F. J. Lakatosh, En- bracelet (with a tassel on one S3J5 and:Miter don't/St.tee, will. me be around my ,stomping Monday morning was Comdr. C.
"pretty chipper" in your navy gine Overhaul's free lance bach- side). It was lost about a week ground, O. Reinhardt, Asst. PWO 7ND
blue outfit last week." When are elor, gets a gleam in his eyes ago on the first or third floor of When the roads are wet and slipperyand who, with his family, spent Saturday .
you going to let us in on your I when a certain ex-Mrs calls him 110. Please contact Ella at once fall, you're afraid that yea might at Ponte Vedra. Helen Johnson .

outside doings ? "Toshie" "Fool with the If you know anything about it. Lift lip the receiver, of your tele- and Frances Theus also spent
Sorry to have Chief Paul W. bull and you will get the horns." Regret to report the death of I gait..., 5-8182-J, I.i the number, Saturday at the beach and have

Carr leave us. He transferred to Cartier is now getting mystery Lem Walker's wife last week. Of all the give sweeten me a eall. I the technicolor look now.
the Educational Office. We'll miss mail. The Chiefs' bull may be seen Noted: the sudden popularity of ran send meimages anyone In 7ND Contract Division, C. P.

you, Chief, and hope you enjoy most any evening at Nick's placehis the center-placed scuttlebutt with Is this one I am writing t. you, and McCord has temporary orders to
your new station of duty. ( home away from home) I the male species since the arrival "I count I mean each It-of friend." Miami to expedite the closing out
Things that "blte"-Irom Engine Chief Szafranowski's crew-cut of the new blonde Supply-er. ----_ yea- -my----- procedure of a 7ND contract. Her.
Overhaul Inanition, Class of head looks like a Fuller brush I Sarah Gardiner off on a two-week Those receiving three or more bert Corse is holding down the

1948: Some say it's youthful, others, I vacation, visiting her daughter in votes will be asked to enter the 7ND Contract billet in his ab.
Who is the "muscle mass" civ- becoming--anyway. It's a "new Washington, D C. .Wally contest. Then" at a dance to be sence. Roy Dawson, 7ND Inspector

ilian inspector in Engine Over- look", YOU HANDSOME York, in Correspondence, leaves arranged later, the nominees, informal of Construction, has a new Fleet-
haul who has a periscope for Inspecting BRUTE! "Toshie" went short- Friday week for Danville, Vir- I gowns, will pass in revue, line Chevrolet, complete with automatic .
cylinder heads ? Our pole fishing last week-end, hence ginia, where he has a new job at which time the judges, (Commanders windshield washers. Roy
winning personality, J. J. Sutton, the contented look Monday morn- with the" Dan River Mills The I Humes Porter, Appleby, won't permit anyone closer than j
left alone by family, has that ,, ing A surprise birthday party Beauty Contest feeler which was and Lieutenant-Commanders Beall 5 feet to it. "V
"won't you please come home" for Chief Bolin was held recently put out last week has caught on. and Thorpe-if they can be per- In 7ND Maintenance, it is noted
look-or could it be the nights I at the home of Chief and Mrs. While we are entirely in sympa- suaded) will make their selection, that Joy Terrell served as pro
spent in the "Iron Kettle" or 'Bolin. Those attending were Mr. thy with the men who are lobbying i the award to be made by Jack gram chairman of a recent meet.

"Highway Inn" Skinnernow I and Mrs. Besacker and son, Mr. for bathing suits, an alternate I Sharpe. Of course, all these plansare ing of the Alpha Alpha Chapter,
drives what used to resemblea and Mrs. Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. plan appears to be more effectivein tentative, but it is about time Beta Sigma Phi, at the George
Buick after meeting a truck Dawson and family, Mr. and Mrs. getting the gals of your choiceto that Supply held its Spring Dance, Washington Hotel. "Turp" Turren-
c.n the highway Chief Ingle Martin and daughter and Chief enter. A ballot from each Sup. and the enthusiasm so far expressed tine, who contributed this item
te to be congratulated upon his Jinks. A very pleasant eveningwas ply-er, naming his or her choice, seems to indicate that "nowis says he felt slighted not having
recent prompt action In extin. had by all will constitute the nominations. the hour." been invited to attend.









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al Air Transport Service are fly- ladies and dependents (with cribs

ing on the world's safest airlinel'
and high chairs for youngsters), a
and are treated to many of the
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carriers. Nearly all of the flightsin and a juke box, plush chairs

and out of NAS Jacksonvilleare f i and sofas for all Orderlies or

flown by four-enginer trans- stewards serve sandwiches and

ports, and not a single fatality coffee on long flights, and flight

nurses make the trip when dependent
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.:'','1-;" : NATS route. The terminal in the women and children are

: "21.',*. Operations tower is complete with aboard.

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in Jax this week. By the
way, girls, he is unmarried, nice I
;, Hospital looking, and likes to danceHere's Navy Airline Transports
your chance, 'cause he ex- II
; pects to be around until August.
. Chatter The chief is well-liked by patients Passengers Mail Cargo
and staff and will reallybe !

There will be a card party in missed around here. The Naval Air Transport Service ( recently changed to "Military By Jean O'Brjant, PN2
the Recreation Hall tonight at He said to tell all his buddies Air Transport Service" following a merger with the Army's Air I Are you staying in or gettingout
1930 The competition will be keen that he would be living at 135 East Transport Command) is the Navy's own commercial airline. Its job that seems to be THE
for the big prize Come on down Ashley St., in case they should |1 is to transport passengers, cargo, and mail quickly and safely question right about now. Better
and try your luck. happen to get stranded in town. and, according to the record, it does its job well. hurry and sign those page nine's
Calling all pinochle players! S aOccupational .. Take the safety !angle, for instance. During the year 1947 not asingle I now, gals, or you may be sorry.

Here's your chance, fellas. Mon- TherapyThe passenger fatality occurredon Though a few NATS planes have After July, if many girls leave
19 April, a big pin- a NATS flight-a feat equalledby the Spray from the WAVES will
day night
top photographer of the and other 36 or 40 cushioned seats, the ma-
few surpassed by no become so fine it ? 't
ochle tournament will be held in v% even
week is J. King of Ward B-4. airline for the number of passen- jority of them have canvas sling
inch of the
dampen an Air News.
Recreation Hall between the
the
seats along the sides with a few
Last week, he and R. L. Fults ger miles flown.Passengers .
hours of 1900 to 2100. No girls The All-Navy Basketball Tour-
leather reclining chairs in the
took with a Kodak Vig-
pictures are, in the main,
will be present to bother you. middle. nament has provided most of the
ilant of the entire hospital area
military personnel on orders or
outside interests of the feminine
This is night.
strictly a pinochle
and of the His There orderlies and stewards
many patients. leave, civilian dependents travel- are -
part of the Navy these
the who is the pastwet'ks
By way, patient
. that is caretaker of the rabbit time exposures of the O. T. Shop II ling to or from the United States, aboard the plane when in and we're all for bigger
were very successful and the SecNav guests, or civilian employees flight to help make the passengers
? We hear he needs help in and better tournaments. If there
pen enlargements of one of his snap- of the Navy. The mail car- more comfortable. And when there
the rabbits all lined were a trophy for wholeheartedsupport
getting up
shots made King the "PinUp"boy 'I ried by NATS is usually FPO mail are dependent women and children and loudest yelling,
for inspection.The
top winners at the Pro- for many days to come. and it is flown only to and from I aboard, NATS furnishes a there is no doubt that the gals
gressive Red Crossparty last This suggestion may strike the last continental stop and flight nurse to take care of them who attended faithfully each nlte
Thursday were Timmins, first you as being a little early, but I points outside the U. S. During Janary of 1948, the would receive the award. Some
prize; Ferguson, second prize; you will admit it is a good one! The primary reason for the existence NATS detachment here loaded 908 people, including yours faithfully,
and Fults, third prize. Nice go- Mother's Day isn't too far off, of NATS is the fact that passengers, 35,890 pounds of lug- yelled so much that by Saturday,
ing, fellas. and it is time for you to begin the Navy learned long ago that gage, 42,800 pounds of cargo, and nite their voices were a mere
of mail On Incom-
Archer from Ward A-6. Red working on a remembrance for the cost of transporting personnel, 13,409 pounds squeak. Just imagine women being
Cross movie projectionist, finally that day. You can have your pic- cargo, and mail was considerablyless ing flights, 34,098 pounds of mail unable to talk what iticvoltin'
gets to lay his neck brace aside ture taken and enlarge and tint this way than by commercial and 50,584 pounds of cargo were I development!
He rated liberty last Saturday it yourself. The final touches carriers Another important reas- unloaded The backyard seems to be lit-
Lt. Comdr. Robert M. Barnes is
for the first time in six months. will be added when you make a on is the saving of valuable time. tered continually with bodies absorbing
Arch said he was really going to plastic picture frame that will The NATS terminal here at the Officer-in-Charge of NATS the sunshine and
..- take in Jacksonville in a big way. correspond with the picture.C. NAS Jax boasts all the comforts here. I Mitch just won't let the girls relax
., : We hope you had a really good L. Barrett, SKI, has just of a commercial airline. Situatedin I cause she's right there click
: time, Arch. about completed his Acey Ducey the lower deck of the Opera In' the shutter. Should be quite a
r I board. It is made of plastic, and tions building, it is complete with O'Reilly Named CoachOf few glamour shots collected. ,
..2:1' PATIENT OF THE WEEK: the colors have been put on by two well-appointed waiting rooms, Jo Bies has taken off for a 20-
: Chief W. E. Raye, Ward B-4 is the use of ordinary stripping boasting comfortable chairs, NAS Tennis TeamLt. day leave to enjoy the peace and
W our patient of the week. Chief paint. Mighty tricky. couches, and cribs and high chairs quiet of little ole New York. .
h. Raye hails from Linden, Ala- Sgt. W. C. Jackson Is workingon for children of the passengers. The jg) Tom O'Reilly was appointed Lillian Hamilton took off for the
: .-. bama and is right proud of it. a plastic combination cigar- terminal is also equipped with a coach of the NAS Tennis west coast like Mary and her
\ :.'. The chief enlisted in the Navy ette and match stand.. Ship's Service snack bar for the Team this week by Lt. Comdr. lamb she was taking Duke
'\ .. on 27 February 1940. He spent passengers' use. I Anthony J. Rubino, PT and Wel- along as baggage Poor Rosie
.. 67 months overseas, mainly in Lt. (Jg) Patricia Ann Higgins Flights through Jacksonvillestop I ware Officer O'Reilly's first act Devine seems to be having
ys.' the Pacific He was assigned tot will be detached 16 April 1948to at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, I as coach was to set a meeting of trouble getting to chow lately.
to : recruiting duty In Jacksonville report to the Naval Hospitalat San Juan, Puerto Rico, Trinidad all racket enthusiasts for 1700 This personnel situation is
-. in January, 1946. Key West. B. W. I., Coco Solo, C. Z, Norfolk, I tomorrow at Building 726. hitting close to home with every-
-;- While playing his favorite Lt. Katherine Salter has beenin Washington, D. C., Patuxent Riv- Mentor O'Reilly said he hopedto one every day someone
sport, basketball, Chief Raye fell sick bay for the past three er, Pensacola, Corpus Christ!, San schedule matches with several leaves, you find you end up with
and broke his arm. He has been a weeks. We would like to take Diego, Los Alamitos, and Moffet colleges and tennis teams from another job added on to your pre
, patient here since 27 January this opportnlty to wish her a Field. Other NATS routes extendto St. Augustine, Daytona Beach, vious ones and yet some!
During his stay, the chief has very speedy recovery.. Quonset Point, Argentina, New- Ponte Vedra, Ft. Lauderdale and people think they could get along
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really become a pinochle shark foundland, the Azores, French Miami, as well as service teamsin without the women in the Navy
card player. lie must really like Reversed Situation Morrocco, Honolulu, Guam, Man- this area. Best they should think 1C:
the game 'cause he's usually in (SEA-A) bright note was add ila, Tokyo, Shanghai, Adak, Alas- All these matches will be point- over-but goo !|
on every pinochle game played in ed to the serious duty of paying ka and many more. One of its Ing to the All-Navy championshipswhich
;-1 the Recreation Hall and does his income taxes in Knoxville Tenn. most famous flights is the "Hot- will be held in July, he said. ner-up of the Seventh Naval Dis-
l Li best to keep the boys from arguing I i The tax window was ready to I II shot" which flies non-stop from NAS hopes of a winning tennis trict Tourney last year, as wellas
f. and getting too excited close when the last person dash Washington, D. C., to Moffet Field, team are brightened by the pres- Corporal Bob Radin, last year'|
k'" t ,\ when the game gets rough. I. ed up to file his return. The name Calif., every day except Saturday ence of two champions from last station champ, V'l be around t-I
l lY .:">'I> .1' Chief Raye Is reporting back on his form read, "Earlie Byrd." year. Lt. (Jg) Keith Bailey, run- show the'r -







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f1 1I Spot In Play-Oil Of Three-Way Tie .

By Hill ReM )jR

A clean sweep of the Navy's* three major sports was

climaxed Saturday night at NAS Jax when the classy Quan- 1
I j tico Marines annexed the VVoi'Id-Wide All-Navy Basketball '

Championship and added the coveted hoop title to its already
long list of sport ]laurels] .

The Devil Dogs slipped by the West Coast leathernecks
I 'n-.. ,--C".", n'.r.' th.... h..p.I".. ..VV\A, ",rI ..._.vw.... .. .
8 I 69-67, in one of the most thrilling : Mike Kampmeyer tossed in a gift
,age tilts seen on the NATTC shot, while all the Quantico five
( ourt The East Coast champs won I was able to do was to grab a
their three encounters to cop the free toss. Holding a five-point leadat
tide. first setting down the defending I the three-minute warning, thb
All-Navy champs, the Pearl I West Coast five looked as If it
Harbor Naval Base, in their first were going to down the mighty ;
tilt, 62-61, and then trouncing the Devil DogsQuantico,

Amphibious Force Amphibs, 50-39, took possession of the
Nearly 1,600 cage fans turned sphere and Chuck Skinner
t nut nightly for the tournament I promptly potted a long shot to
and Jacksonville sports writers acclaimed pull his team within three points.
3 the tourney as one of the I Skinner stole the ball from the
tinest yet staged in this area. Marines and passed to Charlie .
Following the tilt Saturday, the Wuensch, who laid in a crip shot
11M ::4 Devil Dogs were presented two and the Devil Dogs trailed with
!! huge trophies one the roving Secretary 55 seconds remaining The West
of the Navy trophy which Coast champs failed to score and
g iha will be returned Washington. Quantico came surging down the .
and the other, a handsome, four court. Dick Burton tried a set shot
toot high trophy which will remainat from the side, but was fouled In
Quantico. Captain Jules F. doing so, and was awarded two
Si himiarh. NATTC Pommandintr ('haritv nlt.'h..411 R..rtnn'a A..Qt D" .
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Officer, made the presentation teetered on the rim and then fell ,
Each competing player also reserved I through, knotting the score. Ills
a certificate of efficiencytor second try bounced out and
PLENTY OFf.t: taking part in the All-Navy Wuensch recovered the rebound
W
  • World Wide All-Navy \\eM (' Championships: which wt The other three quintets tied reliable West Coast center Kamp*
    at the NATTC for second place honors and a meyer, retrieved the sphere .
    la&sy Quantico Marines play-off was held this week As a 1 West Coast lost the ball after
    the coveted title, winning ; result of the drawing, the West I making a stab for a tally and
    Straight encounters. In Coast Marines and the Amphibs Quantico started down court once
    left photo, Johnny Lynch, tangled Monday night with the again.. Frank Hofer tried a shot
    of the Quantico Devil Dogs, leathernecks winning, 5931. In but missed, and Wuensch one
    It rebound out of the arms final game Tuesday afternoon, again picked up the rebound His.
    Beck No 8 of the Pearl :Marines edged the Pearl liar shot was no good, but then Wat-
    Xumtet. and Don Collett live 80-78, in a real thriller drop collected the ball and tipped l
    pass from Lynch is was not decided until the it through the netting, putting the
    Wu nsch, No.5. ( Upper I gun. Devil Dogs in front 69-67 Phil
    lAnky Cy Waldrop of the Don Swangler got hot as a four Ransopher of the W. C. Marines
    Dogs is shown fire against the Pacific had an excellent chance to tie the
    sphere over the ringing the bell for 30 ball game up with 15 seconds left,
    hand of Obra Abbott of the AIr"j a dozen two-pointers but his first shot rimmed the hoop
    Harbor five The six charity shots Mike Kamp- I and leathernecks elected tl)
    won a thriller from the >yer, Marine pivot man, dumped I take the second ball out of bounds.
    Harbor outfit, 62-61. in 19 markers to take second They missed their stab for a bucket ..
    1* seconds of play. (Right) scoring honors. Mole Abbott and the Devil Dogs grabbed
    0 rter, one of the Dick Myklebust spearheaded the ball and stalled the remaining )
    shown tossing a (coin into losers with 17 and 16 points', few seconds ,
    fire start the first game .. I High-scoring honors for the ,+.
    tournament while Norm The Marines jumped into a 15- game went to Swangler of the
    Amphibs. left, and Gordon lead with about five minutes losers who pumped in 12 buckets
    West Coast Marines, right, but the sailor outfit and trio of gift shots for 2T
    tr> see which team wins hitting the hoop steadily, markers Dave Steindler and Wal
    to get first choice on which the count to one point drop each picked up 21 points to
    boar to shoot. The other ". with three minutes remain.I I pace the winners.
    11 is Dick Fromhart. The I Ralph Turtinen then hit sixonsecutive AmphiliH Beat Pearl
    Coast five defeated the I gift shots to push his
    In the .
    of the
    I major upset tourney
    ,'8.:):). to win the opening ahead Don Collett and Ab- the Amphibs took the meaa- .1It
    pulled the Pacific five within ure of the Pearl Harbor five. 60.II'
    antra- tallies, but the Marines stalled 55, coming from behind to annex::
    I .. remaining seconds to capture this important cage win. Little
    M runner-up spot. I Don Hancock of the winners played
    '1'0 Meet In the game Monday night thefarinpa I a brillilant gam.. and his caee
    i rnmnletelv ran awav work drew the plaudits of the
    the Amphibs, with Don crowd
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    I I lpr collecting 11 points to The Amphibs jumped into a one. j
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    A&R Takes I II his team, point lead with about five minuted
    ,
    Drill IfciffsMn, 69 67
    remaining and then the lead
    First Place In I I 'I Lanky Cy Waldrop, former All- changed hands three times before
    pivot man from the Na- the eventual winners pushed in
    NAS Golf : Academy proved to be the two quick buckets and a free .;
    Loopt between
    victory and de throw to "ice" the win for the. .
    I Saturday night when he Atlantic Fleet champs Norm
    \ Pro- "
    A&R broke out of a first I >d the Quantico quintet to tiva and Gene Zane each connect
    tie with Ordnance and { 69-67 win
    over the West ed for 16 markers to lead the
    last week to take over leathernecks Waldrop tip- winners while hustler Don Col
    possession of the No. 1 spot in the winning two points with lett garnered a like number for
    intra-mural golf loop. A&R second remaining, in addition the lost rs.I.uhu''I.
    the lead by a scant one-point I garnering 21 markers for the :\ Drop .\mpliU
    gin. But ATU 1 and 2 ; In the second game Friday, the
    clean sweep of its series The East Coast lads jumped In- Quantico cagers had a rough time .
    I NARTU and is pushing & a quick six-point lead early dropping the scrappy Amphibs 50-
    top slot. ATU 1 and 2 is the first half and held this 39 the Devil Dog>-not sewing _
    fthe resting in a second i at the intermission. Fol the game until the last thrwo up (,_..
    with Ordnance and the rest stop the West minutes of play. Once again it was
    both team having compiled lads started whittling away Cy Waldrop who had to pull the
    tal of 20 points during the the Quantico lead and with Quantico five from behind. With
    eight founds of play. minutes remaining, Don Swan- the count knotted late in the final
    Results of last week'a play : West Coast sharpshooter, canto, Waldrop took matters into
    98 follows: Operations halved : <>d a set shot from out on the his own hands and dumped in ":'
    and\ Gunnery; \ two 1 to push his squad into the three two-pointers and three gra t
    1 :> h.dj, wIth :' Ralph Turtinen and Del tis shots to pull hU outfit into a
    Hlntz each added buckets and .(Continued On I'AgO 8) .


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    Fierce Miami HurricanesThe : RUN



    Jax-Navy Flier base I _-- -- I
    inning in favor of Howard Gates. once in the third once in the I
    ball nine lost its first
    ; gamein The Fliers were slated to tangle fourth and twice in the first of the I
    seven starts Tuesday afternoon I with the Hurricanes in the second sixth to take a 5-4 lead. The Fliers I -- cm

    at Miami when the and final game of the series yes- finally broke the scoreless stringby I .
    University of Miami Hurricanes terday afternoon with Tony Gezeli scoring once in their half of
    unleashed a twelve-hit slated to handle the pitching I the sixth when Tony Gezeli sin- I By DOUR Crocket
    chores. gled to left went to second' on an
    : The top four basketball teams in this man's Navy raged
    ttack to down the local Navy
    Heavy rains at Lakeland, Fla. i error, stole third, and scored afteia
    E quad. 0-3. The Fliers could Saturday caused the postponementof long fly to right field by Howard i (back and forth across the NATTC hardwood last week

    only garner six hits off the the NAS Flier-Florida South- Gates. and after three nights of the scrappiest, classiest, and fast

    plants of two Hurricane hurl- I ern University baseball game Sat- With the count knotted at 5-5: I est basketball ever seen in the seven-year history of the

    . i urday afternoon so the two nines Green Cove went all out to win station, the Quantico Marines cptured the most covetedof
    ers.The will meet tomorrow at 1600 at Iin the first of the seventh inning
    .i Miami squad shelled "Ace" I Mason Field. when Joe Mendola reached first all Navy crowns-the All-Navy basketball championship.Not .

    Woolbright, starting: Flier pitcher Against Green Cove Springs last I| on an error and Jim White slapped satisfied with the possession of only two diadems, the
    from the mound in the third week, the Fliers just couldn't seem | a tremendous four-bagger to leathernecks from Virginia swept three teams in as many
    frame to score six runs'! and sew I to find their batting eyes', collect- left center field. The Fliers kept games into the basket to take their third All-Navy title in
    up the ball game. Wally Jones ing only five hits over the nine I in the ball game, however, in their
    replaced Woolbnght but was forced : inning route, which ended in an half of the seventh when Buddy as many seasons.
    to retire at the end of the fifth j 8-8 tie The combined efforts of Kirchaine and Bill Crane walked But it wasn't all peaches and cream for the top team in

    Tony Gezeh and Jim Daley, however ': and advanced to second and third the Navy last week. The Devildoms barely eked by the Pearl

    Skeet Team Loses stilled the Bullet bats with : on a passed ball. Pink Higgins Harbor All-Stars and were on the verge of defeat before

    only seven safeties 1 then collected his first hit of the I pulling the clincher: out of the fire in the last few seconds
    I The locals drew first blood in season by pasting a line drive dou-
    Close One To Jax 1 of the
    the last half of the opening inning ble down the left-field line to tie championship game against the West Coast Marines.
    when five walks and a vicious I the score once more. | Saturday night's tiff was the 74th game of the season
    Gun Club FridayThe single' by Jerry Hoosaflook sent I Both teams scored once more in for the Marines. Throughout the campaign, they lost only

    four runs scampering across the the eighth inning and the game one tilt to a service team and eleven games to universities
    Jacksonville Ir Training plate. But a fighting Green Cove was called at the end of the ninth
    Command skeet team lost a heartbreaking nine scored once in the second because of darkness. ( and colleges. During the season, no less than eleven colleges
    shoot to the Jacksonville : fell before the onslaught of the Devildogs.

    . Gun Club last Friday when it bowed CHIEF BEAUDREAU INTRA-MURAL | But though the :Marines: took top team honors, thetourney's
    to the Jaxons by one bird
    the station skeet range. The Jacksonville on- highest' \'iu! 1 award went to Don Collett oft

    Gun Club downed 465:') the Pearl Harbor All-Stars who became the

    I discs out of a possible f>00 and I MANAGER. LEAVES FOR WEST COASTChief first player in naval history to receive an
    the Air Training Command first I
    team smashed 464x500 | Bob Beaudreau, prominent All-Navy sportsmanship trophy He was
    The Air Training Command's sports figure at NAS Jacksonville year, he took over the intramural elected as the outstanding sportsman of the

    . second squad took third place honors I for the past 18 months, left the basketball program. made up tourney by popular vote of the coaches and

    |' with 453x500.: and NAS WhitIng station yesterday for further assignment the baseball' schedule, and assisted plaYers of all four teams. A replica of the
    I Field was fourth with 446x500. '! from Long Beach, Calif ,I
    in the pre-peason coaching du- !
    I The rest of the field included NAS Beaudreau, who directed the finest ties. new AIlaSportsmanship Trophy will be

    I Pensacola with 438 NAS Corey f! intra-mural program in the history | He attended the Minnesota given out at every All-Navy tournamentfrom
    "ft Field with 427, and NAS Miami' of the station, will return to now on. In addition. Collett was picked
    State Teachers at St
    with 326 his home in St. Cloud, Minnesota, i College ,
    I Cloud. Minnesota, playing varsity for the mythical All-Navy! basketball team for the second
    I r Frank Ellis of the JacksonvilleGun before reporting to Long Beach. I football and baseball his college straight
    -
    in year.
    | Club grabbed off high-point I II He reported to NAS from Mu-
    days. I Followingthe tournament the coaches of the four final-
    honors, but only after a tough nicipal Airport Number One in -
    battle from Lt. Gordon Teet of Jacksonville in October, 1915. CALLING ALL h.ts'oted for an AII-Na\y team and when the results were
    the Air Training Command second While at Municipal Airport, he j I tabulated Pearl Harbor had four men on the select :squad
    I
    r team. Ellis and Tet-1 were both played semi-pro baseball in the I LACROSSE PLAYERSWith Hoopsters elected by the mentors ere Collett, Dick :Mykle-
    for the Terminal ninein
    tied at the end of regular play city league the advent of
    I spring bust Ohm Abbott and Harris
    of Pearl
    Henningsen Harbor
    ! with 'JSxlOO birds to their credit.In 1915 and Carpenters a season weather, the ancient sport of I ;
    later. I Ralph Turtinen, Donald Suangler. and Delbert Hintz of the
    the shoot-off. Ellis) blasted 25x: : I lacrosse is I
    25 to take the top honors with I In 19 J6, he finished out the cam- I on the station' again sports cropping scene.up I West Coast Marines; Dave Steindler and Floyd; "Cy" '%'al.

    1 323. seven better than Teet. paign with the NAS Fliers, playing I I Last fall the old Indian game I II drop of Qunntico: and Donald Hancock: of the Amphibs.!
    The winning team was made up the outfield flawlessly and rap- I I was begun here for the first I _ _. ._
    of Bill Ragsdale, Ed Lee. Bill ping the ball at a .333 pace. Then i I time. I Ii

    Fegenbush, Frank Ellis, and Mrs.. in 1917, he helped coach the Navy I i I Lt. Comdr. H. M. Gatchell, i iI I II 'Four-Ball Links Tourney
    nine and held down regular
    ;Marie Ellis. Every member of the I a I I head coach, has issued a call .
    squad is a holder of numerous starting post in the sun field.
    requesting players, whether experienced Moves Into
    championships, ranging from I Checking into the Physical I or not, to attend a QuarterFinalsThe
    southeastern crowns to national )I Training Department in April, meeting at Bldg. 726 tomorrow
    titles. i 1917 he immediately took over official station four-ball champion-
    at 1630.
    Though no announcement -
    I I honors the husband
    advanced! in
    ships into the quarter and wife
    The runner-up Air Training Command the duties of intia-mural mana- of practice has yetbeen
    finals last the local tournament of the Golf
    Saturday on Group t>t
    included Captain and started the Softball
    squad ger made, Coach Gatchell
    I the Officers Wives .
    links when four teams Club last
    George Miller, Lt. Robert Giles, league. In the fall, he began the would like to talk over the more were Sunday
    LI. Comdr. James Brough, Chief intra-mural touch football season eliminated after some very fine'',. on the station course. Comdr.
    , with candidates at the I I
    game In the most and Mrs. Berg, Lt. Comdr.
    golf. matchof and
    I thrilling
    made the
    Joe Gallitano, and Chief Bill Hart and also up varsity meeting.
    ley. basketball; schedule. Then this - the tourney thus far, the officer | Mrs. Thorpe, and Lt. Comdr. and
    team of Lt. (jg) E. Jones Mrs. Quillman all finished the nine-
    -- -- -- -
    I and Lt. i jg) Jack Jones took a hole play with net scores of 32.
    FIGHTING AT GREAT LAKES
    one up victory from Lt. Comdr. I The highlight of the tourney
    -- ",- -- .. ". -- ., .- 1: Dunn and Lt. Comdr. Chucknow came on the ninth and final hole

    II. __ _. ____ .ok after 19 holes. The two pairs were I when Lt. and Mrs. Grego cam'
    ,_" tied at the end of the regular through with an eagle two. The
    _. 18 holes and were forced to playa other pair in the foursome, Lt. and
    -- sudden-death final hole. I Mrs. Gantt, also did all right on
    __ ..
    .A y : :: rA In the other officers' division ]I j the final green, shooting a birdie
    _. ,
    .w. matches, the team of Decker and three.In .
    Kmetz beat the Kirkendall and the Golf Group's Blind Bogie
    iodnian duo three up and two to tournament last week. ),Ir",.
    play and the Lucky and Hunter A. Smith took top honors. Though
    ,'..it IMMI' drew a bye.In j she was tied by Mrs. Kirkendall
    the enlisted men's play, and Mrs. Matzick, Mrs. Smith's
    C'hll'fMacDonald and Etter beat name was drawn out of a hat, giving
    'ih. Clarke and Gallitano entrytwo her the first place prize. In
    up, and the Miller and Par- the beginners' putting competition -
    k-nson: team took a three up win Mrs. Ruth Briggs took first
    rn>m fna and Basanese. I place by sinking 13 putts on five
    Three teams tied for first place holes, one better than Mrs. Bt-era,
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    A p I WAVES Defeat NAS Civilians

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    t r. To Cop City Cage ChampionshipTht

    .E : t.: : NAS WAVES annexed I ga.ls hit more often the--second
    th. ir' first City Championship
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    Xkr A quarter, scoring eight points to
    \\ednc8day night by defeating tho
    I five for the Civilians, to lead 12-
    I NAS Civilians, 23-18, in a nip and
    10 at intermission.But .
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    lurk battle the Civilians, led by Ruth
    Malmiak, again took the lead in
    Charlie Rogers of the Jackson- the third quarter, 1615. The
    : ville Recreation Department presented -I WAVES came to life once more in
    f Coach "Pete" Gushanas, the final quarter, holding their opponents
    WAVE mentor, with a trophy to two points and score
    " s'A j symbolic of the championship, ing eight themselves I
    ... and the entire lineup was given Fran Free to be the I
    -- -------- '--'- proved mar
    NUMBER OF OUTSTANDING boxers from the Seventh Naval Disirict an currently competing gold basketballs.It gin of victory, crossing over to
    In a tri-distrkt tourney at Great Lakes, Ill, in nn attempt to advance to the All-Navy finals next was a "cold" night for both the offense from her guard position
    month. Fighter wearing the colors ot the Seventh ND are left to right kneeling Willie Littlejohn, teams. Neither sextette could find to cop scoring honors for the
    Wilson Alford, Aaron Garcia; standing Chief Robert JuMis, coach of the Jax-Navy team, Pat Pat. the range consistently, and the Civilians evening with eleven tallies. Ruth
    terson, Chuck Mercier, Sol Zwirn, Rudy Watkins, and Chief E M Ecksttin, who took> the boxers to grabbed a first quarter Malmiak Jed the losers with. N'"
    Chicago Sunday afternoon lead, five to /our. But the Navy en.
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    THURSDAY
    "SANTA FE UPRISING", with Allan Lane
    -' q( FRIDAY
    NAVAL l DANCE, Station Band.
    SATURDAY
    TRAINING CENTER KIDDIE SHOW at 1330. "Western Heritage", with Tim Holt.
    d Feature; "CASBAH", starring Tony Martin.
    BAIWBRIOGf, MO ] SUNDAY

    "CASBAH", starring Tony Martin.MONDAY. fit

    REhEI"BER CJHENj; ccDBE ,.. 'THE NOOSE HANGS HIGH", with Abbott and Costello.
    TUESDAY AND WEDNESIXAY

    -- ___ ___ ______ ___ _h__ _--- -- "FORT APACHE", featuring John Wayne and Shirley Temple

    QuanticoContinued I Additional Blood SecurityContinued "WESTERN HERITAGE"THURSDAY, with Tim Holt.


    commanding( lead from which Page they 6)) fail- 'Donors:I Needed For ( from Page 1) JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUMNow

    ed to relinquish. fleer, enlisted man and woman, ( 1)1)4"1toe| ) enlMed! personnel and dependent a* well as officers).
    Waldrop paced the winners : Employee Of A&R and civilian employee of the Navy Shoes start at 2000
    With his 17 points, 16 of these and Marine Corps will be inter- THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
    coming in the last eight minutes Despite the immediate response viewed personally and given an "TO THE VICTOR", featuring Dennis Morgan.
    Of play. Norm Protiva of the Am- from six civilians and three service -I opportunity to enroll in the program SATURDAY
    phibs also collected 17 points hit- personnel to an urgent requestfor In the Navy as a whole, "WESTERN HERITAGE". with Tim Holt.
    ting with unerring accuracy on blood in the Plan-of-the-Day 1 1 about :50 per cent of the civilians MTNDAY
    left-handed hook shots. last week, two additional donorsare are purchasing bonds regularly "HEADIN' FOR HEAVEN", featuring Stuart Erwin.
    A classy Pearl Harbor five returned still needed in order to sup- i I through the payroll deduction plan MONDAY AND TUt:. U.\Y
    to the win column Thurs- ply the required three pints of and about 35 per cent of the mil- "CASBAH", starring Tony Martin.
    day evening when they dumpeda blood needed by Mrs. M. M. Morris itary personnel have bond allot WEDNESDAY:
    speedy West Coast Marine five an employee of the A&R Time menU It is hoped to boost this THE NOOSE HANGS HIGH", with Abbott and Costello.
    78-65. The Navy quint hit the nets Section who is to undergo a ma- figure to at least 75 per cent. THURSDAY
    too often and too many times in jor operation in Orlando soon. With the recent cut in income "FORT APACHE", starring John Wayne and Shirley Temple. .
    this tilt. It was one of the finest I While many persons are willingto taxes, meaning more "take home
    games of sharpshooting seen in donate blood, in some bases the pay" for civilian workers it is OTHER EVENTS
    I Blood Bank expected that about 100 per cent
    not
    the tournament. can accept it.
    BINGO PARTY-Every Thursday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
    I Veterans who served in can sign up now for at least a
    Pearl held a 44-29 lead at half- the Pacific I BOXING For information
    Lieut.
    regarding workouts, contact
    time and, following the rest stop area must have been back in minimum amount each pay period. Comdr. J.
    Rubino .
    I A. extension :393.MAlNblDL \
    ficers who will be in ,
    i the States at least five charge
    the Marines tried to whittle away years before -
    Ht the 15-point: lead. But the Pacific ,j their blood can be given toI I I The following are the depart- LOUNOE--Formerly the Reception Center, located in
    mental officers who will be in the South wing of Building No. 955: is open to NAS personnel and
    sick At
    Area champs kept up their persons. least eight weeks
    their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily Available for wedding receptions
    I I must have the donor'I charge of interviewing personnelin
    steady pace of ripping the cords. i elapsed since
    by arrangement with Welfare Officer Combination
    radio-pho
    : last blood. All blood donors their respective divisions: Lt.
    Don Collett of the winners bangedin [ gave I
    available for of all hands.
    nograph use
    26 points to chalk up scoring I: must have abstained from eating Harper. A&R; Lt. (jg) W. J. Hen-
    LIBRARY-Located on second deck: of Malnside Recreation Build
    honors for the evening, while his at least four hours before the ning. Service Group; Lt. C. E.
    side-kick Dick Myklebust collected -! blood is taken from them. I Merchant, ATU No.1; Lt. W. G. ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2000 Monday through Friday. Saturday
    from 0900 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2000.
    Skon. ATU No. 2; Lt. M. S. Kerk-
    17. Del Hintz and Mike
    The service personnel who re-
    i I endall, ATU No.4; Lt. (jg) R. SWIMMING-Indoor Pool. Daily Monday through Friday1800to
    Kampmeyer kept the Marines in sponded to the request were Mary
    2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100; Sunday-1300 to 2100.
    F. Jones ATU No.5 Lt. )
    the each connecting for 16 E. L. and F. A. Mal- ; (ljgl
    game App. Queen
    i J. L. Delaware, IATU No.9; Lt. GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun
    tallies. lory. The civilians were W. A. day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathingtrunks
    W, H. Lewis and Lt. (jg) P. D.
    Pearl
    Quantico Edges Stanul, P. McKineey, Dorothy prohibited on Golf Course.
    In one of the most exciting enCounters Zielm Edward Cummings, A. B.I O'Keepe, Supply; Lt. P. J. King, ANCHORAGE to enlisted with
    -Open daily personnel ( liberty
    PT & Welfare Lt. ) A. L.
    (
    ; jg May.
    of the tourney, the Devil Mansfield, and J. A. Hubbard. I' Lt. C. Com- Axd and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
    Inspection; C. Gantt
    Dogs nudged by the Pearl Harbor The Employee Services Section munications; Lt. G. W. Harvey Field. Dancing every Wednesday night with the Air Station Band.
    five on the initial night 6261. of the Industrial Relations Department TENNIS-Racquets and bails are available at the Physical Training -
    Yard; Lt. G. A. Busbee, Public !
    Dave Steindler pumped in a long
    has suggested that per- Building No. 726.
    I Works; ChPharm F. H. Dooley
    shot from mid-court with 12 sec- sonnel willing to donate bloodin NURSERY-Sponsored by the Navy Wives Club In Bldg. 110L
    Medical; Lt. Comdr. S. D. Cunningham -
    onds remaining to send the Naval case of emergency should sub Dental; Lt. D. L. Dunk- I Hours: Monday through Friday-0700 to 2100; Saturday-0700 to
    Base five down to defeat. I mit to it in Bldg. 450, via yard lee, Personnel; Lt. R. L. Murphy, 0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents
    I The Pearl Harbor lads almost mail, their name, department, and Executive; Lt. W. E.. Berg. Ord- for each additional child; Card-58 for one child; $10 for two children;
    napped the Marines' brilliant vic- the extension over which they may nance; Mr. Mike Cascone, Indus i and $11 for three or more children; Daily (for working mothers)-$1
    tory skein as their star forward be reached. In this way, a list from 0700 to 1800.
    trial Relations and Lt. J. M. Bon-
    Dick :Myklebust, made the cords can be maintained and whenever Detachment.; HOBBY SHOP-Located in Bldg. 913. Open daily from 1700 to
    Marine
    sing, canning 14 buckets and four an emergency arises the blood donors son, I 2100 and 1300 to 2100 on Saturdays. Closed Sundays. Facilities and
    gift shots for 32 points, and com- may be contacted with a min- I equipment for all hobbies
    ing within one tally of tying the imum loss of time. Move MODEL: AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 13, Bldg. 913. Regular Hobby
    Ail-Navy individual scoring rec- Shop hours.

    ord. The lithe forward hit just I (Continued from Page 1) MODEL RACE CAR SHOP-Room 15, Bldg;. 913. Regular Hobby
    about everything he threw, and
    Nursery Cares Shop hours
    the duties. These
    sume ready plane
    when he left the late in thesecond
    game lanes will be attached to Operations PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB-Room 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1930
    half for a short rest, the ; For Children Of Thursdays
    1.700 cage fans in the stands almost 1
    i Working MothersThe Since three-fourths of the transfer -
    brought the house down with
    WHERE TO GO ASHORE
    _ will probably be completed by
    cheers and applause for the Pearl
    Harbor ace. Station Nursery sponsored I Sunday the PBM squadron will SALVATION ARMY SERVICEMEN'S CENTER-602 West Adams
    In the initial game of the tourney by the Navy Wives Club, reminded -: take over the ready plane duties I above Lane Drug Store, one block west of Navy Bus Station.
    the West Coast Marines' ran working mothers this weekof I there. : Free use of recreation room, writing room, music room, check
    roughshod over the Amphibs 7865 the special rates established )I The squadron, which first came room, and shower facilities. Light refreshments available at snack
    displaying a terrific fast- for them. The charge Is only $11 t,. to NAS on 9 July 1947 from Ba- bar. Open from 12 noon to 12 midnight.
    break and marking itself as a for a 10-hour day with lunches ,, nana River, is currently skipper- DUPLICATE BRIDGE TOURNAMENTS every Friday night at
    real title contender. Don swan-I and dinners furnished for 35 cents {II i ed by Lt. Comdr. Edward C. Mc- 2000. Open to the public. Naval personnel cordially invited. 3524 St. ,
    :ler collected 23 points each.Mothers I Collon who will also serve as Johns Avenue. Playing fee $.75. Telephone Remlinger, 2-0013, for resA'. )

    winners to pace his outfit. The I desiring more detailed I training officer. .at. Corpus. l ervations and information. .
    II I HOSPITALITY CENTER for servicemen and at
    leathernecks racked up 17 points information on this service should young people
    at one time during the second half call ext. 3M or visit the Nursery AIRS Will Broadcast Union Congregational Church, 236 W. Church Street (between Hogan -
    before the Amphibs could tally I in Bldg. 1101. I Major League Game and Julia), every Saturday night, 2000 to 2300. Dancing, ping-

    once. -- -- I (SEA-The Armed Forces Radio pong, table games, singing, etc.
    Lt. Comdr. Anthony J. Rubino, Art Greene Jax: Air News editor, I shortwave station in New
    Physical Training and Welfare Officer was the announcer, white Bill I I York will broadcast a play-by-play Southern ls-Comfort Tigers ReadyingFor
    was tournament director, Gibbs and Bill Kehl acted. spot account of major league baseball The Southern father was intro- Season Opener
    while Lt. Comdr. Harry Knickel- ters. Kehl announced the final tilt I games direct from the playing ducing his family to the governorof
    bine acted as official scorekeeper. of the tourney. Lt. (jg) W. W. fields this summer. his state."Seventeen. I Against Bears SundayWith
    Lt. Paul King and Lt. Carl West Carnicom and Johnny Flanaganwere The daily broadcasts will be boys he exclaimed the season opener this .
    handled the time keeping, while in charge of the maintenance from 1900 GMT to 2200 GMT en- proudly "and all Democrats except Sunday against the Jacksonville
    Chiefs George Bomfa and Ed Car- of the NATTC Auditorium and abling the station to cover games Johnny, the" little rascal. He Bears at the Jax Baseball Park,
    penter assisted as scorekeepers. helped with the score keeping. completely. got to readin'. Coach Tommy White of the Jax
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    Tigers has been working his team

    _ STALEMATE By Ed: Hughes, 81 Bog-Fired I I hard this week.Stressing base. running and Infield -

    and outfield practice as well
    as hitting practice, White has been
    sending his squad through two
    kC hours of drill each evening.The .
    opening battery for Sun
    day's game will probably be Louis
    t \ Turner on the mound and M. H. a I
    Turner behind the plate. Art Hin- ,. I
    son will be on first base, Dave
    Morris on second Joe Plasketton
    third base and Frank Crockett rat
    .r shortstop. The outer gardenswill
    r be patroled by Jim Bess, Milt ......
    Williams, and Lou Dinah. ( '
    The Tigers' mound staff will be "'I
    strengthened by Joe Butler and !
    AI Simmons. E. Wallace will be ,

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