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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 22, 1948
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 7th Naval District

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

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The Navy's famed Flight

Exhibition Team the Blue

Angels, will team up with

week-end pilots from Naval

Air Reserve Training Unit

squadrons here to present a

glimpse of Naval Aviation to

thousands of air-minded spec-

tators at the third annual

Southeastern Air Show Saturday -

and Sunday at Craig

Field on the Beach Road.

Highlighting the Navy portionof
the show on both days will b"
the intricate combat maneuvers
of the "Angels", performed at low
altitudes where every precision
formation can be clearly seen.
Flying their blue and gold F8F
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-....._......,.,.,. _.-.........WA'._ \ 0 .v__._ --- Grumman Bearcats, the fastest
tlb i ; conventional fighter plane in the
I Admiral Leaves I world, the Blue Angels will gr
i through their paces as Lt, Bob
i \ COLOUrUL CMtEMONV: : I Smiegoeki describes them to the
i' marked the occasion last Wednesday I crowd over the public address
as Rear Admiral Ralph system
Davison, Chief of Naval Air Advanced -
In rapid fire order, the team will
Training and Commandant -
execute rolls, loops cuban eights
of the Seventh Naval Dis-
and reverse echelon rolls Then
trict, was relieved of his dutiesto
I they will converge for a demonstration -
report for a new assignmentin
of fighter tactics used so
Washington. The event was
successfully in the Pacific are
witnessed by a large group of
I during the war, destroying an
staff officers and representative
"enemy fighter plane" which will
delegations of officers and en-
disappear over the horizon with
listed men from various naval
smoke streaming from its tail
activities in the vicinity.
The NARTU participation will
,'i (Above) Here is a birds-eye
feature 21 fighter planes flown
view of the in frontof
ceremony
by week-end warriors from VF-
the Main Administration
i ( 52L, the commissioning of a new
Building (Left) The Admiralsflag
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f v squadron, VA-52L, and an exhibiton
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the ground
atop the Administration Build-
The NARTU fighters will first
;i ing during the ceremony. ( Far
left) Admiral Davison is pre- pass over the field in a gigantic
va' sented his flag by Comdr. F. J. anchor formation as a tribute to
\ Naval Reserve Week. On their
< Brush, NAS Executive Officer,
who represented Captain Her- second pass, the planes will spell
bert S. Duckworth, Commanding out the letters "JAX" and then
Officer of NAS Jacksonville. descend to a lower altitude for for.
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S RIF NOTICES TO BE A Message From Your hundred students and ten teachers, representing

ten different departments of the Jacksonville School of

GIVEN NEXT WEEK TO Technology, made a visit to NAS Jacksonville last Thurs

Savings Bond Officer ] day under the 'supervision of VV. C. Cummings director of

50 HAS EMPLOYEES the school. It was the largest group of students in two(

to make such a tour of the station.
Reduction in force notices will years
April 15th marked the launching of the nation's
go to approximately :50 NAS employees The group was met at the Main
within the next week, j Security Loan Drive. Throughout every city, town, Gate at 0900 by ten hosts under
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their last day of work to be 21 village, and rural area of the United States volunteer Bond Officers the direction of Lt. J. B. Russell,

May 1918, it was announced by soldiers in the fight against inflation and improvidenceare and after an Introduction to the
the Industrial Relations Depart- calling on the nation's citizens to acquaint them with Told To Stress station, was taken to the Indoor
ment, The cut was brought about pool. Shortly afterward, they haia
the of the drive and the benefits to be derived
because of an adjustment of personnel purposes Savings FeatureBond picture taken in front of the
' 'J necessary in the Assembly from participation in the Bond Savings Plan. The Navy, I Main Administration Building.

: : and Repair Department, traditionally leader in every worth-while field of representatives from All Then the students were brokenup
1-- While the large scale RIF plan endeavor, is spearheading the Security Loan Drive as the station departments gathered in into five groups and began
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"i ned for May was cancelled because their tour of the station by bus.
largest industrial employer in the United States. the Administration Building Conference -
"1. of an increase in the civilian per They were taken on a general
Room Wednesday morn-
The two-fold of the Navy's Security Loan
sonnel ceiling for the station and purpose
sight-seeing tour and paid a visitto
to hear Lt. Comdr. BruceV.
an increase in the workload for Drive is to combat inflation and to look to the securityand Challen ing eastern representative of the Ground Training Department .

..' the Assembly and Repair Depart- financial well-being of every employee of the Navy.In the Navy Department's Office of in Bldg. 163 before going to
ment, minor reductions will still regard to combating inflation, every dollar in- Savings Bonds, outline the job to lunch at the Mainside Mess Hall.
. be from time to time, it
\. was necessary pointed out. These reductionsare vested in Savings Bonds is six dollars and fifty cents out be done in the .Security Loan Following the meal, the students

caused by the changes in then I of the hattle of high prices. Simply because: for every Drive (Continued on Page 8)

workload of certain departments I dollar of the National Debt held by banking institutions The emphasis is on saving reg-

or placement other activities of career affected employeesfrom by a potential credit of $f.r>0 may be issued by that bank. set ularly-thrift-rather amount, the bond sales than promoter any- 31
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reduction in force That helps inflation b>' making it easy for one to spend said "It isn't the amount that

The increase in the personnel more than one should. Every dollar invested by individual counts," he told his audience, "but
ceiling for the station provided citizens in Savings Bonds prevents the issuance of the fact that everyone makes a Cap!;. Jai!
: for an additional 400 employees in such credit. habit nA': setting aside at least some
'f the Assembly and Repair Depart-I any portion of his weekly earnings.And "The Hobby Shop Is your*-
I ment and raised the overall ceil- Every individual- has a stake in his government. the most logical way to do use it at your

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\ flJB i s' Many(Thin, 1 I.% the Services!second In a "series Offered of article, explaining ::1 TCommerci1 .i I

the manifold services offered naval personnel Ilnlletln, will be accepted until space has been Ailed. but not

Editorial Offices by the Navy Belief Soeicty.-F4.! \ ) later than 1000 Tnesdaj. K\t.; 8230.

South Ulnff Lower Deck Bldg. 930 The following summary of a case history
rou !o'\..t: Cove Sin'Ings Call Guitnfson at (..leto
Telephone Extension 8184 was! picked at random from the files of the 1'M2! Paik.trrt, Cllpl.t'111th! tlnew Cove Spilng211' 01 4:14,
Jacksonville Florida the tlies new bailteiv new tailored<< 1 si' il \\ ill hiire, house In Luke Shore wild
Arthur M. Greene Editor Auxiliary Navy covets and recent factory paint Job. couple. No ihllciien. Call C inline .

The JAX AIR NEWS la published weekly'at the Relief Society. Though this case is unusualin Pilcpd for quick !sale Original l owner Wester at 8-1314.
Call }'ailis i at ext 56J.1'WJ Lovely. furnished lake front home
U. S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida, and some respects, it is typical of the many Chevrolet live-passenger coupe Beautiful surroundings, good fishing
printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat services furnished by the Navy Relief So- with excellent Hies and engine, ladlo Ideal for baby Only seven miles
tor $.173: from, NAS. Take filandlng roast!
no expense to the government and in compliancewith Included Good buy to
ciety.A. Call Lt. R C Stevens at ext 728. Gulf station, one mile south of 0-
SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918: dated 12 De- seaman second class had called at the Coldspot refrigerator In good condl- ange Park and follow Lakeside VlIUsign.
cember 1915.: Copies are distributed free of chargeat tion. 8 cubic feet. See Mm Albnn See Mrs Dill
the Naval Air Station the Naval Air Technical Navy Relief Office previously for aid due at 1333B: Randolph Sticrt NAS Thiee-ioom. furnished apailment. Will

Training Center the Headquarters of the Naval to delayed allowance checks and was givena 19,18 condition Chevrolet Has two-dooi tttdlo sedan and I In heater good accept Mlllei, one 4314 baby Pearl$75 Stieet.: a month K. C.

Air Advanced Training Command Headquarters of loan to provide food and necessary main- $525. See McMaster at 381J: Norman Wilt share bungalow In Lake Shore.
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the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air : Street Dewey Park.
furnished Child
tenance funds for his family until their allowance Everything aitepued. .
Station Cecil Field and the U. S. Naval Hospital. Bassinette nib tl/e. with mattiess.See Call Mrs Rhodes at 2-3243.:
was leceived. The loan was cheer- Mis Birston at 10O4 Baton St, Thiee-room furnished apartment with
fully granted and the assured of I or call ext. 617. bath $23: a month Lights and water
Captain Herbert S. Duckworth. t'SN. Commanding man was : One complete net of Chinese Mah Jong, Included On Doctor n Inlet Road l,
Jacksonville Naval Air Station
future help, if needed.A beautifully made of Ivoiy. Will ell seven miles tram Orange Pal k. Sv.
short for leasonable pi rl Ice. Call ext. 8108 T. K Jenkins or Sloiy at 1247A Un-
time later the
returned
seaman and ask for W alson. cock Street NAS
tatn W. Prlestman,
Captain C. )t. Schaar. Ca F.
U. S. Naval Hospital Air Reset'** bill for his wife's After coupe with low mileage( and all bath. Comfortable sleeping room anll
maternity interviewing
Training Unit care. cessoiles" Call Lt. HambKch at 'al'-I only two blocks from five bus lines
him it was found that he was 8217 or 502: See Mis. Rogers at J018 Bans St.ftot.
1948 Indian motorcycle with only Completely furnished downtown spar t-
Lt. Col. T. C. Moot*. Jr. Lt. Col. Robert A. Black eligible for care under the EMIC ( Emergency miles. Reasonable at $75O: lull! Ford menu and housekeeping looms with.
USMC. Commanding Commanding Marine All Maternity and Infant Care) Asked if he dump truck for $750 !Six-piece oak hot water, electricity and washingprislleges.
Marine Dan icka Detachment, NAR'ruThe .
dinette net for SJ5 Call Tommy al 754 West Adams Sheet
had applied, he replied that he had three blocks .
regis- ext 1J.T7. 01 phone 8-2375 from NAS bus line RI'''
tered for EMIC in 1933 Plv mouth See II. K. Anderson sonable tales. Phone 4-1855! LI nd.
JAX AIR NEWS ,receives Ship's Editorial Associationrnateilal. Florida but in the mean- at 123JB Th lee-room apartment wllh conn ...tIng .
Hancock Stieet NAS.
without .permission Republication of SEA.of edited Washington matter 25. D.prohibited C. Re- time his wife had gone to North Carolinato 1941 hold tudoi with radio heater. seml-pilvatc bath and separate
entiance Includes .
and new neat coins. Contact G. A. living loom bedroom -
of other matter, be near relatives who could for
rubllcatlon any permissionEdl care her, Plnholstei at A&R Shop rio 712. and kitchen. Newly drcoiuleil,
JAX n'htl la NEWS.prohibited without and that they thought the EMIC registration ext. 525, ot phone 5-8941-R. nicely furnished, large lot. gaiax.
2:)-(oot house tiallei for SS2S: Owner no chlldien Near bus line Finer
in Florida would be transferred to North desires cash and quick sale Leaving someone with musical 01 llteiniy
Carolina. Later he found that the transfer this week-end !See Mrs. Joplin, lot I Inclinations. See Mrs J. R \Aetmtn,
283J Doric Avenue,
No, 9. Yukon Trailer Pal k. Ottega.WANTED ,
Good AdviceAt had not been made, but that, the baby hav- Thayer' hUh chair like new. $3 Call I, ;

ing been born, he could not register in North Lt Itutchens Hi 2-,'>078 or see at 1:1J..t: Ride from South! ld lo NAS. Working
the com lii-ion of his recent inspection{ tour Cumbei!land Road.Gina' I hours 08HO to 16.10. Contact Mrs llan-
Carolina and receive these benefits. I bicycle I with new balloon urea sen ext. :2i>6.
..t facilities here, the Navy Inspector General, hear The Navy Relief staff offered to writeto and paint Job foi $23: ; also 'Blue Secretary for Senior Commissioned Of-
Angel model all plane with new licet Mess Closed.
Admiral Hewlett Thcbaml, had a conference withamgnieant the State Board of Health of North Carolina motor fur $20 See McMaMpi at 38U- I ing ext 342.Experienced Apply by Phon
heads prior to his departure.During A Norman Stieet Dewey Park. tap dancer to teach Sat.urday
department
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the doctor and the hospital, request- 1916 DeSoto coupe for $.125; good cheap'tlanaportation. class of chlldien Call tat 'Hand I
the meeting; he quoted an excerpt from aletter ing that post authorization of EMIC be given ( Call G A' Plnholslvi I'I'I ask for Mis.; Skag ls. i
at t'xt.2: 58941R. .
> 01 phone Job
at bab sit tt' Call
> i. Ceclle
Kinkald which Bowtnat
Admiral Thomas (
written by because of the unusual circumstances. A New poi table washing machine und one 5-9T76.
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>M" air Important to officer not attending the gathering series of ]letters followed and after new' iolln\Mi\' bed Both very ieason- Job as baby sitter. Call Mrs Ergltr'
I several able* Call Chief Ridges ut e\t 2>)2: at 2-l.1I8; ,
to those who did. In view of thin, the Jax Radlo 1
a* weeks of diligent effort, the post authorization -phunograph combination Ben-
MISCEI.i.AN: EOtTS
dlx tublc model! Pluvs 12: I levoidsOnlj .
Air News herewith present It In Its entirety: II was granted by the North Carolina one month old Call Lt Hum, Dressmaking and alteiutlons' for la. '\

"The Navy is as good as its men ; no bet- Board of Health and the man was relieved 16-Gauge bath at Ithaca ext. :502.pump gun, 1937 model I .NAS dies! and See chlldien Watson at temonable 4S16 timer Near Ana J

t of the financial hardship which would have, with modified choke Good bufin, ue, rimuciuand Manoi j 1 1i7flAkt1
that the goodas -
ter. It is also true men are as $75 Call Chief E.vman Iii e\t 58.1; I .
bet- existed if he had been forced to pay this 19-18 maroon Mercuivt', ('ont'llbl.llh\
be
the officers deserve them to ; no
amount from his small salary new black top, Excellent conditionand j

ter. Unless officers conduct themselves at --L.Navy's .- Horn leasomiblv at VA-ATl'4 pi,iced' See Lt. ijgi, ,

all times as officers should, it is'useless to Four rooms of furniture bedroom
suite two matched chairs. daF-bt'd.
Own I
demand: and hopeless to expect the respectof UMT UnitSEA hussock, 9x12: I UK. two linoleum i 111"11I. ;
bieakfust' set, twin bt'dll. next of
enlisted men. The enlisted man must have ( )-The Naval Training Center, San dmweis, luitiilns, puts puns. I'J", spy 1
Real bur ut $2iX for all See V. ,IMm !
confidence in the ability, sincerity, and in- Diego, Calif., has begun training an experi- ken ut 380'JA Noimttn Sited

tegrity of his officers. He must see those mental unit composed of 320: Navy recruitsto 1
determine adaptability present Navy I' condition Good; buy at 795.: SeeItltlar. all the gals have decided d
officers examples of the best naval AAR.
as shining Shop 14H9. I to stick with the for I
Navy
recruit methods an-
training to national security My equity In G;,1. flounced five-room
and military conduct. The officers must training. bungalow In Luke Shore section, font I other year while the great white ,
miles from NAS. father In the
Monthly pa.vmenl big teepee decides:
automatically induce-I repeat, induce-his Representing a cross section of new Navy' of $4404lll sell either fuinished ,'about women In the Regular Navy.

loyalty. They must inspire his respect and recruits members of this unit will be given at 01 $unfuinlshed W per month.or Call consider McDavId tenting at We'll miss the few who have thos- I

training based ideas and H2118One : en to become d'lIianslAnd bet
admiration. Neither nor I nor officer on suggestions con- '
you any ; Kelvlnator lefilgeiator' $75: one they'll miss us, too. Aria Andtr.
tained in the report of the President's advisory new oil cliculatlng heater, $10: and :
the and ad- son has come back to
can compel loyalty, respect, one fur Jacket In excellent condition, active reserve -
Such I commission on national security train- J3: See J. n Gates at 381J8A Norman duty and we also have Lu('y I
miration of enlisted
the feelingscan
man. ing. Sheet Dewey Pat k. (I Knox back for another hurt J
be assured not by graduation from the i One set 15" white wheel ilngs, one ,. cruise. Dorothy Powers is
In addition to getting the standard Navy set 15': chrome rim rings and one doing ;

Naval Academy or any other school, nor by training, personal supervision will be giveneach chrome at 38A fog Noimun light See Street Chief, Dewey Gates :'quite her two a few weeks"new"here faces so we around.have '1

the presentation of a commission, nor by recruit. Park I I Seems a grand time was had by
Ebony clailnet G flat key In good
wanting his confidence, those feelings can be --*- condition Mud In Fiance, Cheap ,, all who attended the ATD party y
for $50 Call Coiow-av on ext. it>:i. last Saturdayfact is, some of the ,
secured by the kind of man, by the character 01 phone 2-8267 after 1645. I I people just continued on their own
Pointer pupi only three weeks' old Can
that lies beneath these naval uniforms be seen at kennels on Collins load after the party was over and
j between NAS and Orange Park, or made quite a time of the whole
that you and I are honored to wear. WWnINeu)8 rail J. C. Merrill on ext. 788. I I week-end. Ask Elsie Larkin Foley .'

"Now, conduct in the sense that it is be- anclVieus > oui sun-piece room stkkieed suite See living Chief St room Lament 01.. ,, or Laverne Toelle how far It
fromta at 1321B Randloph Street or is to Georgia Better watih ,
ing discussed, means speech, dress, manner, call ext 714 I I what bets you make these days "
1035 Ford phaeton In good (condition I
bearing, attitude. Don't belittle manners, with rebuilt engine, See Kunt/e at gals.Softball
I! 3. 11B Craven Street. Dewey Park. I I practice it in full swing,
but let ordinary courtesy to and consideration 1l:))6 Chevrolet' two-door Master sedan and we aren't even over the hock I I'or

for one's fellow rule. It's The subtlest very dependable transportation' Good basketball! Such there
man easy I meanest, and most seduc- buy for $173. Call Duncan; at ext energy
athletes have and we of the
tube polite to those in authority, to Admirals tive sin is envy. Every other sin has some Three 8157., rooms of furniture See Cono- less ambitious nature are wonderIng 1

Generals Cabinet officials and others, pleasure to it, or will admit any excuse ; envy I way at 12348B Hancock Street NAS. when the swimming pools are
alone is devoid of both. All kinds of enmity I Three: corns sectional of furniture I Including. one1piece going to get some water in them
light oak sofa
but only a gentleman is inordinately politeto ('III'chulI'
are curable save that which flows out of to match sofa occasional chair Spring has sprung, ji/u
the unimportant. Again I will say, conduct has such that coffee table, floor lamp, maple Hollywood know, and it's time to work on
Envy
blinding
envy. a power bed and matticss chest of those lovely Florida

means speech, dress, manner with oth all the arguments in the world will not con- minor drawers,kitchen dieting I table table and four stool chalis and 1 Did you ever notice tans.how odori)

ers, seniors and juniors, and authority in vince a man that he is covetous.So f1:2'rySPplI"R' W. Burton at 341SB ferous it gets at times "right .

general. The best military character is directly subtly does it insinuate itself into the New pedal sewing Annex machine for only" !around home" Just take a good

and faithfully depicted in all of these I j human heart and with such spurious self- $.15. !See Robert \V, Burton at 1415B; whiff some+ time you tan
Dewey Park Annex probably distinguish everything'
things. We can expect success or failure as justification that no man ever fully admits, FOR KENT from permanent wave solution

leaders in direct proportion to our efforts j even to himself, that he is being poisonedby New house with two, bcdiooms living perfume, soup and burnt toast,
,
along such lines. It is not enough that we its presence. In the confessionals of the near loom NAS kitchen.Call Mis and Bennett!screened, 2-a1.1.porch down to sauerkraut! on.

merely go through motions. These pretensesare world, the one sin never gratuitously admitted Room at llVt Murray Dilve $S pet'I I I Mary Rasich{ has that !
week' Call D. P. Tiaer, ext 669. glow on again her
always detected. \\'e must constantlystrive is the sin of envy. Perversely enough, Large: front room In private home with, here for the week-end. Rosie man was De-

to cultivate these things and make the more we succumb to its sinister power, sated kitchen near pillieges'stoics and Conveniently theater, only In.' vine seems to be getting well fed

them part and parcel of everyday existence, the more we suffer and writhe in misery. one block from Iwo bus linos "'olk, these days ah, yea, the powerof
Ing couple prefeired See Mis. T.
and it naturally]) follows that we must suc- LaRochefoucauld, penetrating and incisive DE'nnlon :J'J41! Oak Slieet the press. And we wonder if

ceed. French savant of the Seventeenth Century Room for single or couple. close to Mickey and Jackie are starting a
I NAS. Cooking ran be tanked Cal' home for wayward boys. ? l''ice
"The last consideration is a manifold has capsuled into unforgetable para- ext 8108 and ask for Walann work if you can g.'t It.

source of difficulty. It is our attitude, our graphs truths to be remembered about this I One home large with double adjacent loom bath In'loom piU.itr Mr" < -

conduct and officer qualifications that makeor vice. "Envy," he says, "is more irreconcili- One Waring or two. 2,10'.11.6.11 large :loom\ Hedrlrk. wllh l kitchen Slip" ? I -

break the entire military system. Again, able than hatred. Our envy always outlives I prlv'lleKes. Non-rirlnkets onh, S<-

I say to you, the important need is that I, the happiness of those we envy. We often Furnished Mrs' Grosi bedroom nt 4557: adlacent Pout !Stieet,t to bath

that all of us, you and I, all officers high, make a parade of passion, even of the most room with hot and cold running water ,

low, intermediate and warrant, day in and criminal ; but envy is a timid and shameful I .Kitchen Phone 7-7V)7 pi Ivlleges, or see fur Mis birakfoxtonlv. Icen At Ih.. Head Mafia and('hapels Moktla, Atcaue nirmUgbm -

day out, realize what the system needs and passion which we never dare to avow. The 1.11 hour at 2242 Dcllwood Avenue. I'rotentsBt
I'if' coinci loom with kilt hen pil\ 00.:10NA: rTl' St'.I'll'f'' A
that we practice what we preach. It's a truest mark of being born with great qualities -I lieges two blocks from NAS bus l'. liovei will pieside Chaplain' Ch j- .
line Phone Mis Logging, 7-7<'>5'> i lain Ralph W. Todd will
is born without
matter of the correct attitude, personal con- being envy Fl\c-ioom house with tiled kitchen 'I i: pieuch

duct based on awareness of our moral obligations The surest sign that one is cursed with and bathroom garage, and Venetian 1043 General Worship Seivlie, -

responsibility to our men. They do envy is the feel of displeasure in another's eluding blinds electilc Comfnitablv stove furnished Reasonable In-nt I picsldt Chaplain. Chaplain R L Murplu Ralph will w.

not lend themselves to control by sets of success. No friendship is possible as a cotenant If$100 .1 month. but will settle for $T.\ fodd will piruch ,
paid two months In
advance
Kits 00 3f> !Sunday School Small ( !
lops] or merely by the issue of memorandaand of the human heart with envy. Vest, :IMXilO. 1307: Humllton Stieft i Catholie| hatf' .
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orders ; they must be lived by the ,indi Small wonder that the climatic conclusion i' One hirakfast double! piMUces room :with. Couple attic fan piefer-and 1, O7fO----MAIl.OOCo Mal...

vidual. They are the glory of the grand old of the Decalogue is the commandment, '' red! Two blocks from Nn\v him I 1100Mass..
Phone 2-K751! or see Mis An
outdoor
Nursery for small children
Navy of ours, an intangible attribute, part "Thou shalt not covet." I' 4109: Dtiltlc Slieet ..tUP'I' la maintained between CliC
Bight-room hAime of the cornerstone of success. -Chaplain II. II. Crane ttf. CoBvenJently located In .












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\ Bears Last Sunday


i Tommy White's Jajt Tigers lost
their opening game of the season!
!I. ( Notes from NAKTU) Sunday to the Jacksonville Bears,

, Udlter': N.'* : Till w.*"'. c.lym. 8at>> the Southside Park.
I. dcvvtrd t. \A-iJI., the new tlUrUv E Turner started on the mound
, ... trun Mlilrh has born a t iai> VA-411. will not bf'
I 1SAKTI' Althotub
j ",mally rommUiUnrd ..til .*.! >.... excellent performance, holding the
day, the Js* Air Newt ritrniU lU Bears to two hits, only to have
{ e..gral.l.tl..s I. ady..I, faulty fielding lose the ball game
I for him.

MEET; Tilt SKll'FEK Although The Tigers scored in the first
, the final decision must rest I inning and twice again in the
j; with the Chief of Naval Air Re- third stanza to seize an early-
serve Training, Lt. Comdr Warren $ game lead. But the Bears came
:
II. Schoen has been nominated st 4 3 back strong in the fourth, fifth,
as Commanding Officer of VA- I 1 sixth, and seventh innings to

52L. A quiet, unassuming type ot I score eight runs An eighthinning -
individual who takes his job very rally netted two runs for
, seriously, he's employed by th" : the Tiger cause but it fell four
, Atlantic National Bank in town "'" OJ'" ,,__.o_..w,_acp.aaw+....v .wwee _.......,o I short of the total to win the fray.
anJ, although a native of Kansas THESE ARE Tilt FAMED; ; Blue Angels who will perform in the third annual Southeastern Air In addition to Turner on th<'
he: currently resides at 3850 Boone Show Saturday and Sunday at Craig Field on the Beach Road. All experienced combat aviators, I hill, there were three other bright
, Park Avenue with his wife Jacqueline the "Angels" have spread the name of Naval Aviation and the Naval Air Advanced Training Com spots in the Tiger lineup. Morris
and their two children mand from coast to coast by their demonstrations of the skill and training acquired by men who second baseman, Crockett, short-
Jack, aged four, and Martha, aged learn aviation the Navy way. They are Lt. R. H. Thelen( upper left; Lt. Comdr R. E "Dusty" I stop, and Williams at center field
I 13 months. Lt. Comdi/ Schoen saw Rhodes, flight leader, upper center; Lt. C A Knight, upper right; Lt. (Ug) H. R. Heagerty, lower all played good ball besides hit.*
-- -- left; and Lt. (jg) H. C. McKnight, lower right. Four of them are shown above in an aerial formation. ting the pill consistently.
VA-52L SKIPPER
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. widespread duty on carriers and' Join in the ARTUecrUitldrive
I ,F i
island bases in the Pacific duringthe to procure additional week-I IT'S A TOUGH LIFE By Sleeves
war. To date, the executive end personnel. The fact that anew '
officer of the squadron has not squadron is about to be commissioned -
' : been selected. means that there arc
: .\l'TIIOIUZ"nU'U: M"XTV ; several week-end paying billets to

\ A- 2L will have an authorized be had by interested persons. For
,ompl-nient of 122 persons. Of one week-end, consisting of 12
thIs number, thirteen will be na- working hours, an apprentice sea- s o e o
ee
af val aviators, four will be ground man can earn ten dollars of service o.
: ofnYers, and there will be 105; blli pay a permanent chief can
f i I.'tn fur enlisted personnel. Of the earn twenty-two. During the two I 0
enlisted complement, 30 men mayb weeks of annual training duty,
< seamen_ who are striking for I which will take place this summer I
I' aviation rates. Billets for pilots all personnel participatingwill
: n f lieutenants, and seven lieu for their rates.01'l'lO I

I i.-imtitK. i junior grade) or t.nslgns,1 A noon STAKT The r ,
All ground officers will be I
squadron will certainly receive an
.xnt Although most of liPuten-j auspicious start, considering the
f liMi..i. i rates will be in fact that it's to be commissioned! 1rT\ =- :--r_
i HIMwill, be a number of general before thousands of people. Now _
ypriI> rates such as yeonten.and it's our job to enroll the finest
stun, keepers.OKI .
-- -- personnel and make it the finest
I.T. ('(lIm. \\ tRItl.ii.: 'ICIAL COMMISSIONING attack sqaudron in the Naval Air
S( IIOEN: hiis been nominate./ NARTU's new attack squadronwill Reserve Training CommandVe
for thi* top job in the iii-w weekend be formally commissionednext wish to express our appreciation
squadron. VA-52L.: at NARTU Sunday at the SoutheasternAir to the Jax Air News for the op-
: subject to approval by the Show which will be held at portunity to write a column about
Chief of Naval Air Reserve Craig Field on the Beach road. ourselves prior to our commissioning -
Training Lt. Comdr. Schoen entered The planes will bo flown in and I and to all our well wishers,
the Navy in January, 1941, arrayed before the grandstand, we'd like to say "thanks."
and was: awarded his wings in and the official commissioning j ;
September pf the !same' year lie I will take place shortly after four I.
,
hat had wide carrier experience, o'clock in the afternoon. The typeof Dry Oasis In Wisc'nosinSEAPolitical I III

., having served on both Lexing plane which will be assignedto ( ) primaries are
tons during the war and also on the squadron is the Martin tor- 110In! season. Among the refer-

the Shangri-La. In addition, he pedo bomber, more familiarly t 11.111 list on the ballots this from .
was one of the defenders of known around the .station as thr i- '>1 iu- which draws a smile
Guadalcanal in 1912. The new TBM. \YIM /i itdtes. It will determine
"Jw Blew with the c<l eta than must ta a pretty heart
squadron of weekend warrior NEW ItrnSONNflL-WUh t UbiUeta : -' ui.otii.\ i \1 not the town of OaaisN ,
win fry TBJI's. to fill, the squadron VMU I i \ \\ 11 i I'-in i'n dry. guy. ]fe went from seamen to first c3r to two month"






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I A & R SUGGESTION WINNERS
INSIDE _ u ___ ___ InspectingThe
1 I ,
PUBLIC WORKSAround '


the Public Work I tvlnions -

In -the Design Division four 0 w Inspectors ,)

members, Echels. Vineyard: Leroy lly Helen Hurnette
C. A. Toske, and Caylor. are en-
John Finenco, Jr. lost
no timein
tering the Station civilian golf
tournament. This should be an telling everyone that he is a

interesting tournament and we are i "bachelor" for two weeks. The
behind you boys. Don Traer returned Mrs. and Beth are visiting in Mi.
to work after a week of ami.. If you have a vacant seat at

jury duty. The Design: Division wa! your table or any good, used, secondhand .
glad to have his cheerful presence food, just pass the word
amongst them. C. A. Tovev along to John and he'll be glad to

conducted the group of young men : : pay you a visit!

from the Vocational School ; I Sorry to lose Chief J. W. Cooper
through the Design & Engineering He has been: transferred to dutyin
Division. The boys in the Division '
r and
: ; the Assembly Repair De-
say Tovey sounded like a
partmt'nt We'll miss having you
travelogue narrator.In .
with us, Chief.
the Administrative Division,
I Chief Gammill's Ford has
something -
2.
Olive "Magnolia" Fleming returned A
._ new added. "A CAGE withina
from a four-day visit to Dur-
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ham, N. C. Magnolia sez she hada ( \S1I AWARDS AMOUNTING to $1 190 were given to :32 NAS employees last week for their car"! Who WAS that who said
fine time up Nowth, suh! She Bt>n'fit gal Suggestions The ideas submitted were adopted in the Assembly and Repair and Public he likes to ride In the back seat ?

got a sun-burned nose from play- ,.. Work.- Departments and it is estimated they will result in an annual saving to the Navy of $24,578. Chief Skinner has a relaxed look
ing tennis. Frances Theus celebrated Three of the recipients were given additional awards totaling $135 as a result of recommendations received these days. He finally obtained a
the beginning of her new from the Bureau of Aeronautics and other activities which have adopted the suggestions. Navy house. We welcome you Into a.
diet by bringing some home-made' Above 12 of the 30 A&R winners look on while Lt. J. L. Harper, A&R member of the Station Sugges- the 24-hours! a day "duty" status ..\

fudge to the office. Marvin Arnold tion Committee, congratulates R. C. Copeland after giving him the additional award check recom group
had an embarrassing moment mended by the "Greek" Lakatosh seen lookingover

last Saturday. He was sitting with I b __ ____ h __ farm realty magazine. Next
his wife in a booth in an uptown [ will be a seed catalogue. He must
restaurant and left the booth for I,I Bureau.2ff4T ; Response To Appeal I be interested in the "birds and
"
a moment. When he returned he'walked I bees.

past his wife and sat in I Enables Opening Of Chief Davis is in the chicken

another booth. Sensing a strained i =-c-- AROUND A-If 'business (feather-type birds). His
-
atmosphere, Arnold looked up and A & Blood Bank Account I profits will soar if he ignores a
found himself sitting across from tnglnt't'rlng bv' Caroline Howell .. certain "character" and "Nick's

it strange woman. Arnold startedto !! We can call Mr. St. PeteI M 1 Station personnel quickly re- Place,"

apologize and then noticed th.woman's .- "Jack of all Trades' now. Yep Chief Ingle asked "Are
I I' I can take the: afternoon off to go sponded to the appeal made for was
husband trying to cut understand he's got that 1911 ? Bill going to the fights tonight ?"
fishing Early thinks so. The blood in the last issue of the Jax you \
short his I Ii
telephone conversationto Chevie now welded together, His "Yes I'm
fish weren't' biting so good, but answer: was. spend.
return to the booth. Arnold j painted, and looking like a 1948 they caught a few. If Bill doesn't Air News. Their response not only ing the night at home"
blushed his way back to his own model, nearly, that is. Before any made it possible to furnish Mrs.
stop getting so much sunshine' I Chief Szafranowskl, our winning
table and stayed buried in the of you folks ask Mr. St. Pete to we won't be able to recognize him M. M. Morris, A&R Time Section, personality of the week, took spe-
salad until he could leave theplacl' make look like tho I
: your car new, ,
i' after a while.Accessories. with the blood needed for her cial liberty one day last week. HH
| we better wait till we see If it
In Maintenance, Geneva Lloyd's I stays together (You know what Division-by Jerry forthcoming operation, but it also many friends are wondering if it
husband has been transferred to happens when these engineers get Nettle W. D. Nobles is now enabled the Employee Services was a coincidence that a certain

Memphis. Tenn., with NATTCen. out of their line of workgaragesburn working in the C02 Shop; plenty' Section of the Industrial Relations person from a nearby shop was

Helen Roberts is happy, and with and all that kind of stuff! ) of work, but no company. Department to open an account I missing the same afternoon.
good reason. She has found an Glad to have Jo Misleh back I Will one of the women in the with the Jax Blood Bank, 535 W. I "Trading Able Martin" in En.
acceptable apartment. In Trans- with us. You just stay out of that I Instrument Shop who can knit 10th Street. i gine Overhaul Inspection Office
portation, Jennie Kopec, our reporter I sick bay now, Jo. please knit Barry a pair of socks. The account at the Blood Bankis i| has a wonderful offer in an out-

returned to duty Monday.Her I Wasn't trying to rush Hall and He has only one sock left. for NAS Civilians (General) board motor for trading, of

mother has been very ill, necessitating "Lover Lewt Franklin" off a cou- Rusty is expecting her new car and may be used by NAS personnel course, at a nice profit!

Jennie's absence, and ple of weeks ago when we thought almost any day now. and members of their immediate Chief R. W. Cartier the suave

we are glad to report her steps their discharges had come through. J. L. Moore is using a heavy I family, including husband, "Man About Town," Just couldn't
toward recovery.. : We're glad you're still around, fellows crane for fishing tackle since a 30- wife, and children. muster up words to express his ap.
1 and, as usual, we see that j I pound catfish took his Sears and An A&R employee who requested predation for the appropriate gift
I Frank is still making the best of Roebuck rod and reel. that his name not be mentioned he received recently. Seems thata

5jp I these last few days. I Viola Greene's condition is im turned over several pints of fair damsel was checking out
Y I Ain't it wonderful when you proving. Everyone wishes her a blood to the new account. He com- and, in return for the gifts she
1------ -- ,- speedy mented that he was very happy to received from her fellow workers
supersede the civvy cafe, but i recovery. offer the blood to the civilian account (Cartier included ), she presentedChief
SALLIESSOFTBALL would supplement it. I I Being surrounded by 42 men &s many station employeeshad Cartier with a huge stick of
I WOBS. Visited Jacksonville's (wolves) is quite an experience. donated some when it was bubble gum. Guess the next thingwe
newest radio station last week- > Ask Emma in the Electric Shop. needed for his wife who had a know Cartier will be entering
I I The "Bang Bang" boys of the
I end and am delighted to recom major operation recently. bubble gum contests!
mend it on your itinerary next I Ordnance Shop are still telling Employees willing to donate Sorry to report the loss of two
their fish stories. Ask Jones about
AGAIN! Tonight, time you're downtown. Ex-Sup- blood in cases of emergency should of our Chiefs. Chief C. D. Hiott,
chilluns, your Supply Softball f plyer Wilma Priest is the lovely the one that got away. submit via yard mail their names, and Chief Robert John. Both left

club takes the field at the Stad- receptionist who greets you as Pump and Valve Shop welcomesfour department, and extension on for Corpus Christi this past weekend -
ium against Florida Watchmakers !I you enter the swank and "swel- 1 new apprentices, Dowling, which they may be reached to' Good luck to both of you, and
in the opening tilt of this sea- i I j I I legant" suite of studios and offi-I Beasley, Kinchen and O'Neal. the Employee Services Section, we hope you will enjoy your new
son's schedule. The boys have ces. The two broadcasting studios I Watch production go up around Bldg 450 station of duty.
been meeting regularly for prac- I 1[ and control room are of burgundy here now. -- -- -

tice sessions, and barring the usual I countered by the natural tint of I I Planning Dh'Ilonby WynonftSpurlock
opening night inclement weather acoustical tile in large squares, -The employees in the [ CIVIL SERVICE

the league promises some interesting j in color scheme. A sales office, Time Section wish to join with
frays, most of which it continuity office, news room, anda : Myrtle Morris in expressing their -----J
i*! hoped that you will be on hand'I series of executive offices make appreciation for the wholehearted L Bulletin

to cheer. Rountree, Rodeillat. ''! up the balance. Interesting is the response of enlisted personnel and
Wood, Tate, and Mendel, are last Associated Press news room in civilians to the blood donation for
year's players who are returning : which a teletype sheets the latest Mrs. Morris. Mere words cannot The following Chll Service Examination have been announced.

to the fold. Turner, Coby, and dope on a 24-hour basis from ever express the feeling one receives Unless otherwise Indicated the examination: are unassembled and
Stillwell are some of the newcomers human interest stories to the last I when in time of need. The' the necessary forms should be filed In time to reach the gnl/JUit
who will help to grab the minute c communiques from the cri American people forget self to I Board before the closing dale. Copies of all announcements are

pennant for Supply. Whitaker and sis-areas. Last week, WOBS '' help others. This is one of the posted on the Bulletin Board In the lobby ,-.f- -inIT----,,.- Ain---,_
Fraley, sons of two Supply-eis, brought the Junior Symphonyfrom things that makes America the RUBBER: PRODUCTS MANUFACTURER ---- -

along with Royal White, Wood- the Friday Musicale and great country it is. I $.83; Junior AND$.95 REPAIRER, Journeyman- $'lw,1 em Ga for the Augusta Arsenal, Augusta,

ard, Wright, and Pearson, make :' plans more of this special interest Speaking of gifts, we hear Lt. and Senior'. 1118 per hour. Closes 6 !, PACKER HEAVY. $ 87 per hour.
up the remainder of the club. broadcasting from time to time. Bronson received a nice furlinedone. May 11M8 File with Secretary Boardof Closes J May 1948 File with Secretary
U. S. Civil Cervlce Examiners Board of t,'. Civil
S. Service
Warner Examiners
Whitaker Clyde) and Rip Brown | He is in know I If i
,
SIDELIGHTS. The Thrill Cir Maryland you Robins Air Materiel Area Robins i for the Augusta Arsenal, Augusta,
have been working hard to make' cus opens Monday at the Gator (cold country) so the added I I Air Force Base Warner Robins, Geoi8 '- I' Ga.
this season's team one of the best : Bowl--your tickets are good any I.. thoughtfulness of the givers is REo''' PACKER HEAVY LEADER. $,91
I PARACHUTE SERVICED AND per hour. Clones 3 !Max 1 in the league, and it is to be' I I .
probably appreciated.News
of the
night seven performances
PAIRER-Helper, $ 83, Junior $.95, Secretary Board of U. S. Civil ServIce -
hoped that as many of you Sup-I (Saturday matinee). You parents I) that was left out last Journeyman, $1.10; Senior $1,18; and Examines) for the Augusta Arse
ply-ers as possible will be regular should note that tickets bought in week was "Welcome" greeting' I I Foreman, $1.23 per hour. Closes 6 May nal. Augusta Ga
I 1948.. File with Secretary Board or ENGINEER TRAINEE $2168 and
in the bleachers.
fans Play nightsare
advance for any student up to to Annie Jackson and Louise Cobb 'I U. S. Civil Service Examiners, warner $2394 per annum. Closes :21 April 1918.File .
Mondays ( St. Nicholas Parkin and including 18 years may be who joined the Planning Division, Robins Air Materiel Area Robins Air with Executive Secretary. Central
Southside) and Thursdays (Stadium purchased at the children's price being transferred' from Finish, and Force Base Warner Robin Georgia, Board of U. S Civil Service Examiners
next to the Gator BowU. FLIGHT CLOTHING REPAIRER Bus'eau ot Reclamation Denser F'ederaiCenter. )
whereas at the gate anyone above Fabric. We are happy to have you Helper, $,83; Junior. $,9J; Journey Denver, Colorado ,
See you tonight at the Stadium. 12 will be charged full rate. Tick- among us, girls.Farewell. man, $1.10; and Senior, $1.18 per hour. I I UTILITY MAN (SECURITY*, $ 74
Next Monday we take on Happy'sSports ets will probably be on sale out I Our Dinner for Fran- Closes 6 May 1948.! File with Secretary, per hour Closes 11 May 1 Board of U. S. Chll ., with Executive Board of
VFW Service
Center and Thursday here but if not ExamfI ; Secretary
your reporterwill I; cis Barlow and Calvin Schawe, (, Warner Robins Air Materiel Area, U. S. Civil! Service Examiners Milan
(first games. handle your order Charles our two messengers, was a suc- Robins Air Force Base, Warner. Robins, Arsenal Milan, Tennessee.
LUNCHROOM. Talked with i Pait missed $100 when his name cess. They are returning to civil- Georgia INDUSTRIAL SPECIALIST, $4149 bO
manager Hall of the civvy cafe was called at a Bingo party the life and We will I SHOE REPAIRMAN, $.98 per hour. per annum. Closes 11 May 1H8.lIe!
ian schooling.
I with Executive: Secretary, Board of
Closes 6 May 1948. File with Seciei :
learned that the lunchroom It the first time -
and other night. was
miss both for U. S. Ch'lI1'\ke Examiners Milan
you your smiling i tary. of Civil Service Ex-
tot Building 110 may open in just he had missed going for some time faces help the morale so much, 1 miners; ar'a e'i'b AJr MaterielI i I IAI'ea Arsenal Milan Tennessee
* few more days. The present Maxine Bernard's dotter, Caro- but we do wish you a happy and I Robins Air Force Bare, Warner SAFETY INSPECTOR .1021 per an.
Closes
num. 11 May 1948 File withExecutive
plans are to use the screened-in lyn, will wed Walter Colley, the successful life ahead. Robins SEAMSTRESS Georgia $.73 hour. Closes I' Secretary Board of t'. S..
portion of the lounge on the 3rd sixth of May in the Presbyterian! The new bride in the Time Sec- 6 May 1948. File with Secretary per Board Civil Service Examiners, Milan Arse
deck for serving, and to provide a Church Is it true that Comdr. of S. Service Examiner. War-i nal. Milan, Tennessee.
tion slipped one over on us. She | I"l'R blIl, Materiel | EXPLOSlOPERATOR SUPERVI
few tables for lunciVra. About Appleby has a beautiful singing Area Robins
married to E. M. Davis AM1 I SOR $1.17 per hour. Closes 7 May 19-18.
was Air Force Base, Warner Robins, Georgia -,
kinds of sandwiches ( ? Katherine Stroud
three priced I voice in : File with Secretary Board of U. S.
of Lubbeck. Texas in Folkston
rat approximately 20c), do-nuts, Tabulating has become Katherine I'I i i TAILOR, $.95 per hour. Close 6 Civil Service Examiners for the Ala
potato chips, ice cream, small Individual I Smith, we're told Curley Ful- Georgia, on March 29th. Congratulations May 1948. File with Secretary r Board bama Ordnance Works, Chlldeisburg,
pies, milk, soft drinks i cher had trouble with a split personality ''I gal. of U. S Ch'l1n Ice Examiners, War. Alabama.EXPLOSIVE OPERATOR $1.0.3 and
ner Robins Ah Materiel Area Robins'
coffee, candy, gum, and cookies, last weeka handy needle I We are very happy to hear that Air Force Base Warner Robins, Georgia. -' $1,13 per hour. Closes 7 May 1948 File
will be the daily menu. Hall advised and a little homely sewing, Jack Sutton one of our time keepers with Secl'etalHoard of U. :S; Chll _t
is "doing as well as can be ENGINEER P-2 to P 6. Aeronautical Service Examiners for the Alabama
that he expects to openfrom I patched the embarrassing spread I Iexpectf'd" Agricultural, Airways- Ordnance Works, Chlldeisbur, Alabama -
about nine to three daily for Bertha Kicklighter got her I, after undergoing an op : tural, Cadastral Cartography,Aichitec-Chemi- '! .
drinks, tobacco, and candy, and I longed-for transfer to Officers' eration at the Naval Hospital We I cat Civil Construction, Electrical i' BUILDING LABORER $16!*) and
the Ad last I are all thinking of you, Sutton, I Electronics, Fire Prevention Geodetic, $18 2 per annum No closing date File
at lunchtime only for the other Records in Building I General, Hydraulic with I Secretary, Board of U. S. Cull.
Items. Based on the success of this Friday O. Owens advises that i and wishing you a speedy recov- Maintenance., Hydrography Marine. Materials Industrial '' Service ExamineWarner Robins Air
venture, menus will be expandedto a monthly report of the fund in ery. Mechanical, Mining Ordnance | Material Area, Robins Air Force Base, t
include hot dogs, hamburgers, the Entertainment Committee's Stepping out of Planning, we Petroleum I Radio Safety, Signal, Top. Warner_Robin. Georgia __
and possibly hot plates, even salads hands is posted on bulletin boards wish to congratulate Olivia Trujillo ographlc with Director I ). Closes Fifth 17 U. May S. Civil 1948.Service File I

and soups; but for now the throughout Supply More de- on her forthcoming marriage.She Region, New Post Office Bldg., Atlanta SAFETYHASNOQUITTING
varieties will be confined to those tails about the proposed Spring just outfoxed this reporterby 3, Georgia.

mentioned above. Hall stated that Dance and Beauty Contest next giving the news to the paper Closes PACKER 3 May LEADER.1948, File$with'.83 per Secretary): hour.) TIMEPage

this lunchroom would by no mean week. In town f>>oet. hoard .t U. S, Civil Service JixamiJa-; ,










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Now hear this! Mucho big Bun.
co party in the Recreation Hall
tonight at 1930. We know you
are wondering what kind of
'.' ty this Is. Wt'Uthe only par-I

; .-' find out is to come down. So be'
'o here on time and settle that old I
t.,*",,: curiosity: We only promise one '

thing-fun.
... S. I
a v ,
The Bagaley Junior Theaters i 4U 4y
"' from Jax will present a varietyshow .
in the Red Cross RecreationHall
next Thursday at 1930. We

always look forward to this group U L P
coming: out because they always
have a good program.
.

,, ) Miss' Anne flitter leaves this
week for San Antonio, Texas
where she will take a special ,S ,
'
cpurse in medical social work in48Brooke ; .

General Hospital. Be sure I'i'' ,
,./to come back when that month is I a *

up, Anne.
a. .
There are two budding Casanovas 4 PBM's Leave WAS

one blonde and one brunette -
who have been hanging .\>OrilKK C1IAITKK i in
around the Red Cross offices try- flight training at NAS was
...,.-.. Ing to decide which Red Cross: closed this week when the last
girl Is their favorite We hear it's s of the PBM's, the lumbering
'
/
a close race between Miss Fridv, Martin Mariners, took off for
Mrs Terry, and Mrs. Drury, Honestly Corpus Christ! ( Above) One of
fellas, these gals are stay- the flying boats is rolled downto
ing awake nights wondering who the seaplane ramp prior to
the .lucky girl will be Can you tell"f't the takeoff for its new base.
(Left) The plane taxies on the
PATIENT OF THE WEEK: waters of the St. Johns before
Thomas Timmins, ME2 from i winging its way westward The
.
Ward B-4 heads our column this .... SC-1 Curtiss Seahawk is now
week -0 I the only seaplane to be used in
Timmins enlisted in the Navy -- -" a training squadron here
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In October, 1939 Six years of this >.: .
time was spent on sea duty Tim- .' ..-

mins reported to this hospital ..,-.; : :: __r-- .... .; "if .::' ,. V *
I for the first time back in 1946 .., J-" ,-, fw M. "r .M- y ...... J> .,II I
with a broken jaw and head injury .
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He came back again this
past month with a broken ankle Navy Wives Club i Special Cachet On I : I Blue AngelsContinued
So ,you can readily see by now 'I II
that this hospital is almost .a second I, Plans Bake Sale 30 April Will Mark Adm. Davison Gets ( from Page 1))
home to him. I
When asked about his future Arrangements for a bake sale to I '150th AnniversaryAs I : British Decoration I mation On Sunday runs ,over the the TBM field.which
plans, he said that he definitely
I will be flown the attack
be held at the by new
Hospital Ship'sService
i i Rear Admiral Ralph Davison,
intends to make the Navy his career a feature of the observanceof will be lined
tomorrow were completed former Seventh Naval District i iI squadron up on the
and hopes for the most part the 150th anniversary of the
I field for the official commissioning
tt will be strictly sea duty at the monthly social of the Navy ; establishment of the Navy Department Commandant and Chief of Na- i of the outfit. Following the com-
Along the line of sports, Tim- Wives Club at the club house in on 30 April 1948, a val Air Advanced Traininghere missioning ceremonies Captain F.
mina favors swimming For recreation I special sesquicentennial!' cachet received a British decoration -I
Dewey Park last Thursday. The W. Priestman, NARTU Commanding -
he prefers dancing. His will be hand stamped on col I in an embassy ceremony in I
favorite meal is steak French bake sale will start at 1030. lectors' envelopes which have Washington Tuesday, it was Officer, will present the Naval
Air Reserve Certificate of Merit
fries' plus catsup, eye opener; and I Members of the club played I been forwarded to The Sesqui- learned here yesterday to Zack Mosley, creator of the
coffee "Help Your Neighbor" at the affair centennial Desk, Office of Public The Admiral was among 78 I comic strip Smilm Jack." An
members of the U S, aimed ,
r Relations
We are glad to say that Tim- with Mrs. Erma Anderson Navy Df'partmt'nt.'ashington ardent supporter of Naval Avia-
: \\ D. C., prior to forces who were presented decorations
jnlns likes U8'e thank Tim-
you tion, Mosley has publicized Jack-
winning the prize for the high Lord
that date it announced by Inverchapel,
was
solos cause we like you, too. I sonville's week-end warriors and
score of the afternoon and MM this "et'k.The British ambassador to this
I the Blue Angles on several occa-
Leota Waller taking the one for special Navy cachet, country. They were made on
Fleet Reserve Ass'n.To the low score.Luncheon which shows! the official Navy behalf of King George VI Admiral sions in his strip
I A radar set will be
I portable
.. Stage "Game Party"The served Juan- Department Seal with the word"Sesquloentennlal" Davison's award was I
was by Included in NARTU static exhibit -
Honorary Commander of th:>
above It and I
!ita Wilson and Lottie Zinns, '
cu- It will give spectators the
Fleet Reserve Association' the dates "1798-1948" below, Military Division of the Most
hostesses. June Gunn and Ann
and the Ladies Auxiliary will hold : will be affixed to the lower left Excellent Order of the British opportunity of puking up planeson
Roberts were guests, !the racial which are fly-
a joint meeting at the American part of self-addressed stamped I Empire. scope
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Legion Hall at San Juan Avenue envelopes sent under !separate! I rig "ugh an
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and Lake Shore Boulevard next n CHOIR REHEARSALSNew rover and received no later I -
Wednesday at 2000, it was announced I men, who are interested than 29 April. In addition to Ii
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this week in singing, are invited to bearing ample postage, collec
The meeting will be In the form I join the All Saints' Chapel tors' envelopes must be pre-ad-
cf a "Game Partv, and refreshments Choir Rehearsals are held at clrehsed! In the )lower right area.
will be served. Membersand the Chapel at 1715 on Thurs- A !special! Navy Department
their friends have been invitedto day and Friday evenings. I I Sesquicentennial stamp for use
attend. 30pril on envelopes! postmarked -
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been prepared hj the 1'ost Of
I Department, It was reveal:
ed.
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I New Jet Fighter


.' !a I Makes Successful
rCeremony
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Carrier Flights E ,

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<(< SEA I The FJ-1 North Anur
.. ican Fury, the Navv 's new jet I
fighter plane. has luc\'t'st'ull'

'. .- ., passed tests for carrier operation.
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/ and catapult launching.
w Two of the 600-mlle-an-hour
planes made takeoffs and land-
ings aboard the USS Boxer after Marks Purchase Of I

two months of
practice landings on
1t a simulated flight deck at NAS I 25 Millionth Bond In Navy
A San Diego, Calif
Using an unusually long tail (SEA* An enlisted man was
hook because of the plane tricycle !- the center of attraction when the stallations under his command
." landing gear, the planes 25 millionth savings bond pur- ; have increased more than 5 percent
t
i were brought to a stop without i chased by naval: personnel was ,
any damage to the arresting gear.i i: presented at Norfolk, Va. I At the ens of March 135,000
Their landing speed is about 201 I James F. Carmody, MM1, received Navy officers and enlisted men
miles an hour faster than that of the coveted savings bond were enrolled in payroll savings.An .
propeller-driven carrier planes I from Admiral \\'. H. P Blandv, I estimated 17 ,000 purchasersare

v ,. uMS Despite the fact that the planes CincLant, on board the USS MIssouri. expected by the terminationof
have a two-ton thrust, their pick Miss Drucy Snyder, daughter the current security loan drive.
up is somewhat less than that of of Secretary of the Treasury' Navy Department civilian em-
the propeller-driven t 'pe.I I John W Snyder, represented her ployees consistently have been
v9N With father at the in their of savings
I a speed above the 550-mile ceremony Carmodv I high purchases
an hour mark it can climb more a native of West Newton, Mass., bonds. At the present time, they
,'+ at 1 x than 5,000 feet per minute : has been purchasing a bond a I rate second only to Treasury Department -
I The Navy previously has experimented month through the allotment system civilian purchasers.
with the FH.1 Phantom I II since May 1943. Naval shipyards throughout the

&, --,. -- -- --- ---_.----- I and the P-80 in carrier tests. Bond purchases by naval per- world are vying with one anotherfor
OQlaiai V S Note Mole I The P-80 is not structurallysuited sonnel now total more than $700- top place on the bond buying
for arrested landings and 000,000 cash value with a face list. Some yards are hitting closeto
HJRY IN 4CI10N The first' propelled aircraft to tab off from does not have folding wings The value of nearly a billion dollars. 95 per cent participation.The .
. a Navy carrier I. nhowii ju..t a few seconds before taking to the Ilk' P-80 will be used mostly at air Since the current drive was announced current security loan drive
Tbe lacy h.. tricycle landing gar and' hh. off and Undt wits I stations for experimental and CincPac reported that opened on 15 April ,and will end
full 'flap*. 4.. ,
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Blue And Gold Leagues This Year

Play in the 1018 NAS intra-mural softball loop got : :
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underway yesterday when six Blue League teams: swung into ; ::1e"t

action on the various station diamonds The Gold League

'Will open this> afternoon when Supply meets NAUTU on

Diamond NATS comes to gl'ipsith Inspection on Diamond

a. and Ordnance and Gunnery battles N'AMTD: on Diamond
4 The seventh squad in the Gold
Loop the CPO Club aggregation
drew a bve. Aquatic Clinic iS '
At a meeting of team managers
and league officials last week, :
Chief George& Bomfa intra-mural Held Last WeekAt

director. decided to split the fourteen -
entries into two leagues Man-
Indoor Pool ,_._
agers then drew from a hat to "' ----
decide in which loop their respective IKVNK OKNO\: 'Alt SAMMMINd: ; COACH ol the t.ni" I"'SII v .t t H"i rda dentmstrrt"s r .111 the
squads would play. '' A two-day Aquatic Clinu. blackboard the various stiolc's used bv beginners at the fled The seven Blue League entriesare sponsored by the Duval County'I'' indoor pool last week The tw">.day nurse tang' d firm teaching a btguintt t I.r. swim to unpetifive, I
Hospital A & R Parachute Red Cross and held at the Indo swimming, in addition to alii"d subjects su<'h as late aa\',inj,, doing' !pt "giam pllll111ll1g tamp I pn-
Swimming Pool. wound Saturday -
up grants? and small water <',latt
Loft IATU. Marines Dispensary : night after coveting all phasesof -- .
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and Flag Unit The Gold League ,
water
U made up of Supply NARTU. I 1 The clinic sports.opened up Friday aft-
NATS. CPO Club, Inspection. Ordnance -,, ernoon with Ernie C Knight me"t Orlando Air Force Base
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and Gunnery and NAMTD, director, making, the introductions
The Blues will play Mondays and Following the ofticlal opening I
Wednesdays and the Golds will were .sessions on "Good Health
meet Tuesdays and Thursdays. : Practices in Swimming" 'Teach Victim Of Flier AttackThe
One team in each league will ing The Beginner," and Small
have to be given a bye when the Craft in Florida,"
other six squads tangle in regular I Friday night the spotlight was NAS Flier baseball
play. Play this season will be Urn.ited turned to a two-hour lecture ,n team snapped out of its bat- his second win ot the season baseball nine. led bv catcher John-
: to two rounds and every "Competitive Strokes Analyzed" a The game was settled in the ny Green took Its' second win in
team will draw the same number half hour on "Aquatic Program ting slump with a vengeance first inning when Don Wyman as many stalls from the Fliers lait.
of byesMoniay, Planning," and a half hour of movies Tuesday afternoon b\ bang- walked Jerry Hosatlook sacrt Friday by topping the locals. 10-
the Blues will go into ing out 19 hits to smash heed him to Second and Bill Crane 7. Green connected with five hits
action again when the schedule On Saturday afternoon, lectures the Orlando Air Force Dase ; followed thtdugh with a scream- in five trips including a tremendous -
brings together Flag Unit and covered "Summer Camp Programs Ing single to right center to score I four-bagger and played HI
squad 18-11 at Mason Field.
i.
Hospital A&R and ParachuteLoft ," "Water Games," "Folio'.\'- Wyman Then two errors three flawless game afield
and IATU and the Marines ing Swimming with Life Saving" Bill Crane was the big gun in walks a single by Ken Werner Ted Winarski started for the
Then on Tuesday the Gold Leaguo and "Rules for Swimming Meet the Flier attack, blasting but and a fielder's choice gave the Fli Fliers but was relieved by Warren
ers five more runs and a 60 lead \\hitten in the first inning after
will play once more with the CPO Officials five hits in six trips to the
Club Stetson scored its first run in allowing four runs to cross the,
slated to with devoted
tangle Supply. Saturday night was to
NARTU to meet NATS. and Inspection 'I Swimming for Pageantry" 'E'e-' plate."Ace". the third but the Fliers came plate The Fliers were never able
to battle Ordnance and ments of Fancy Diving," and a Woolbilght got credit for right back with four more tallies to overcome the deficit, though
Gunnei'y, I summary of the whole affair the victory, though he had to be ': in their half. Dick Newport led they did break loose for four runs
-- --- -- helped out of trouble in the sixth the rally with a long triple to in the last of the ninth.Jack .
inning by Walls Jones who in right field with two on The Flier
for the
Spittell pitcher
It & R And ATU 1 And 2 Tied I turn had to be relieved by Jim I scored four additional runs in, Moccasins. held the Fliers to eight
I in the ninth Between them
Daley the fourth and then coasted to hits over the nine-inning distance.
For Infra Mural Golf LeadThe the three Flier. hurlers gave up I victory. He struck out seven opponents. .
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but hits
eight !
I Bill Crane led the attack for Dick Newport, with a triple and
NAS intra, mural golf ---I t II Walks and errors proved very the Fliers collecting three Bafea, single. and Joe Collins, with two
league real'lwd,1 the halt'.v av mark Last week, VM took a. 4-0 win costly to the local cause allow ties in six trips to the plate, driving I one-base knocks, led the Flier
last week 01 the local links with' from Inspection and :NARTU tooka ing the visitors to almost pull in five runs scoring twice himself batters
2-0 verdict from A TU's and the game out of the flue after
Assembly and Repair and ATU four and stealing two bases. : Miamilns Second Game
one and two tied tor fust plan live by torteit Commissary and trailing 11-2 in the fourth frame ,: Daley fanned four and passed The University of Miami Hurn
With 27 Operations halved I-Ion one hall In the fifth alone the Fliers mad his second
AAR two
points apie< e was. in racking up win canes won the second and finalIn
of their match and the rest of the tour errors and Woolbright gaveup
idle last week while ATU one as many starts. ,, game of a two-game series with
and two took a clean 4-0 sweep play was slated tor Tuesday nig'.t, one walk and hit two men to Pinky Higgins of the Fliers ,, the Fliers last week at Miami 9-7.
from Ordnance and Gunnery to I If Commissary can take two give the Tigers four runs on not asingIe turned in the fielding gem of the Miami shelled two pitchers from
throw the two teams into a tie points from Operations they will safetyThe day when he raced way out into the mound in racking a clean
for the top rung be tied for third place but if Operations Fliers scored three times in left field m the sixth inning to of the series up .
Monday play will start the I can win two points they the first four in the second three make a fine over-the-head catch', sweep Jerry Hosaflook led the Flieri
second half of the loop and from I will be in sixth place with 15 in the third once in the fourth of a Stetson short fly with three hits in tltrip", m-
now until the end of the season, I I points twice in the fifth, twice in the >lo 'A-illIX locals two *
down the
< < Tip) hiding a -bagg> r
sixth and twice the seventh.
a new point system will be used, The standings as of Monday I' in The Florida lUthet!'n t'ni"'ersity third base lute,
according to Chief Rex Jackson of night: }'(lean Top flattersThe -y

the golf shack. Instead of the A&TUM:It . ...... ........ ..1MMM-. . 27 Fliers bounced back Into
four-point system now in effect, ATI"i 1 and 2 . .. ."....... .. 27 ,, the win column Saturday and also i NAATC SKEET TEAM IS NO. 1 IN
the teams will play a match in U, dnano* and Gunnery. ..... ".. .. 21'V won their first college game when
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Which two will be for : M ... ...21' blasted 11-5 decision :
points seven l'ommiisury ... ....... .... ., ".. ".19 they out a I I
each hole. one for low ball and PeiHonnel ... .. ....."."......." 14 over the Stetson Hatters at :Mason AZALEA SHOOT SERVICE BRACKETDespite
one for low total. The Sl'ore8.1\ :OpeiHilorm ... .............. ".. .. 13NXRlt Field. Jim Daley went all the
be added to the total : made : ... .... ....... .... ... 10 for local nine
alrealy In. < Uon [ way the giving up high winds and adverse .
bv the team in previous matches A'I'l'a'pe 4 and--------------------------8:::::::::::::::::: ::. eight scattered hits in notching shooting conditions, the :Naval Air and the Naval An station team '-
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Advanced Training Command In addition to topping the aeiv.ite .
. COP _HONORS LOCAL SHEET SHOOT I Skeet Team opened its regular season (crown the NAATC marksmen
.. L I on a high note last Sunday at also nabbed runner-up honors in
. f r I I the Jax Gun Club by taking the I the regular five man shoot, bowmt*
!service bracket of the famous Azalea only to an excellent Jax Gun
Shoot The local quintet ,, team, made up of some of the nut]J
I : ZI smashed 704 out of a possible! 750 :: tion's best shots,

lay discs to beat Tyndall Field Chief' Bill i Hartley of tin

,, :NAATC squad shooting in hid

; ; 1 A Mrs. Kelly Is Low :Ijjua I'I first nian registered among match the service was shooters Ugh- .

; : : and also walked away with
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Scorer In TourneyThe top honors in the Clans A Group
with a score of 145x150: Lt C.
weekly touinv ot the dolt A, Busbee and Chief VV L. Arthur
( ;i l'flUP oi the OliuiiH Wives Club led the Air Station team ,
held on the titation gulf course la-.t I The winning team was made up
Mind iv attunoon. was won bv of Captain George& Millet' Chi'f
Mrs, Kelly who shot a fine 32 fur Pharmacist Russell Giles, 11Coiudi
six holes to take the low gross' '. James A. Slough, Cht'I:
vote Her 2i: net score also was Bill Hartley, and Chief Nick c..it-!
a winning total, but since only one lIl.tino.
prize may be awarded to a person 1
The NAS team included Lt (>
: the low net presentation wentto A Bubbe, Lt O N Fold clu..f "
Mis Robertson with a 24 for W, L. Arthur. L E Severson. .ml W"
t the six holes.
Kuitz
Henry
Others in the six-hole' tourney I I .
were Mrs HumeB with a 31. MrxKnkendall '
Andy Bowen an old-time lightweight -
with a 29 Mm. Guntt
-- '--'" ... .. with a 25. Mrs, Half with a 27, 'I from New Orleans. 0111"&
Fllf .AIKIJAMM; ) TRAINING Commalld'!; fiit skeet train walk.1 i oft with tint placbtH "' Mrs!!, Sims with a 27 Mis' AM! "MI I fought a tO-round fight uhi. ,'i .' ,
:if t' "k 't ol the Azalea Skeet Shout at the Jax Gun (Itib la. week and in addition. took with at ::Pi i :'li., (fjiiillin\ iflt a took seven hours only to h t.:' It

<:,1 h'.i.u' -, m Ill'! ., ,'t .ill 'uop'I I tion The local squat, smashed 70t discs 'jut of a possible 730: : -", Mi 11111111 with ,i JS 1\11. stopped and declared. tioTlaaeball contort
''i' 111" 'u'i, pi| I .' i II, ,i'I| ti/O'i J p, Gun Club Member of the live man team were I 'it tr t, i ;i iv with a :JH!> Mi Th.q[ with, -.+..-
i'; I, H r', 1.1 r ( 'ii,, Ir. J.ini''i A. Broiufh, Cii'a; (l. d T': Miller, C::1...i (1"11.(1 t '.,t i 'SI: Mi, .1.i I i. v< i'II! a :'H. .illd I IM hair been played in Can-
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1-1" RUNY' 7':
I RACKETEERING AGAIN I The teams in the four-ball !

,. championship on the station I ;J! l'-q" l
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golf course are now swinginginto ,: P'J Ar' \
the home stretch, .with r ,."r s' \. ; :: J -

both the enlisted and officer ............ .' ", --- c:... .

.d champions expected to be '1.. :. :,"f''I'''''' (:ff...'
aft Yt crowned bnext week. Only

+ r two teams'are left in officer JJy Doug Crocket

play, and in the enlisted division
\r ret three teams are battling Though the NAS skeet team could only get a third placein

., 1 it out. the service bracket of the Azalea Skeet Shoot at the Jax

H Lat week Lt. (jg) E. Jones and Gun Club Sunday, the team did provide an interesting side
r T.t. t ijgi I Jack Jones stayed in the light to the tourney. One of the NAS marksmen was takenill

running by defeating the defending prior to the shoot and his place had to be filled by Henry

and champions Lt. Comdr.Lt.Bernard Comdr. Ford Th "Shorty" Kurtz who pulls the traps for the regular team

Jones and Jones duo will meet Lt. uhile on the local range. "Shorty," who was just along for

i i l.ueky and Lt. Hunter, who won the ride and who had never fired a skeet rifle before in his

('r Decker" and Kmetz after 2T life, smashed well over half of his flying clay discs-a remarkable
hard-fought holes in the finals. performance considering his inexperience.
In the enlisted" division the team
c of MacDonald and Etter will meet '

Thiel and Jackson to decide one One of tLtI I ,
: ijili! :-.Ijj't-| : of tIlt two-day lied Cross Aquatic
of the finalists. The winner of this
match will then play Scott and _____ ( 'linir at the indoor pool last
Falter for the championship. S.'nl' wt'ek' was --d-em-ons-tr ti

\ WR' i and Kaller won their" right to i phl\!> ..1 I the backstroke by Ensign
7+ s P fr ''In the finals by defeating t'hui-j:
I Miller and Parkinson while th- ; F Hohrrt: ( Cowell, a former mem-
Thiel and Jackson combination ui t i I.t. I r of the Naval Academy's

Lanced to the semi-finals by pinning >w muting team. Cowell took
: ;* cPM a seven up and six to pi.. HIM: place in the outdoor National
defeat on Rohrer and Doan,
The t ; A.A.U. in 194;). first
station golf team emuthtoiigh ,
with its most impressiiiwilt : > I'I of the season last week in ( ollt-ojate swim meet in 1940,
as jet isivi ly I trouncing the Stet.yt'mversity ., i i tti 1-:. elected the outstanding
squad, 23-4. Lt. Tm \
(Collegiate Swimmer in 1946
(;rl'go and Chief" Joe MacDoiKtU! ,
led the" attack taking nine punt! captained the Navy tank
from, Draper and St'hletf'r11 II. 1 team, was third in the Nation
.la..'k Coulter arid Bill Whistli r ,o'. al A. AC. outdoor competitionin
the station team scored six ;and: \ a
1U7! and was runnerupin
half points to Kirkland and Lane-
j two. and a half. The other seven ti the National A.A.C. Indoor
!I and a half points were made by this i 'ear---all in the backstroke -
Enl In Scott and Jack Faller. J events. There is a good
(t-Vrepo and Coulter chipped in chance he may be a memberof
the low scores'! of the day, both
the U. S. Swim-
Olympic
shi. t nag fine 72's. Other'1I'ores 'i
W.TI M-icDonald 74. Whistler ming Team this year. ,
"f>, Scott ;6. and Faller S t.
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All-Station Tennis With the Softball season already underway the stationtl'A'ES
HOB II \IIN. the station tennis champion last year, is once
again displaying his wares on the local courts this year fur the Tourney Scheduled iTo j are now beginning to get into condition for the
NAS tennis team. Radin and Keith Bailey ale expected to be the 10 ,girls': in-town softball league. In 1047, the local gals finished .
I mainstays of the 1918 racket squad which will open its season in Begin April i! i second in both the Jacksonville basketball and softball

the near future. Coach "Doc" O'Reilly hopes to schedule many of I An Hll-.sttUion tennis tomnamcnt leagues, and they have been gunning for bunting since. Dur
the top-ranking collegiate" and service teams in the Southeast in will he held starting 10 April it I
the coming campaign.WAVES \\ as announced this week by Lt. ing the winter they did manage to cop the basketball cham-
pionship, and now, headed by such diamond stars as Skip
i i I i.lgi I Tom O'Reilly, newly appointed i
tennis ioach. 'If the number of i Edge: Laddie Vladeff Ellen Messer, and many, many, more,
Preparing For OpeningOf entries!! permit the tourney will bet: i ii they are out to make a clean sweep of the softball league,
I i Ia, round robin affair, he said. too.

Softball Season On 10 1 MayThe i team Members will be of picked the NAS from amongthe tennis *

competitors by Coach G Reillv The :station: golf team j is slated to play a six-man match
NAS WAVES t.lesstd t with it was tinder-stood. with the I'niversity (Miami: team on the station links at
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lip> t.'l' tillne \\ r I, ?! "'; t 1." TIIUI-' All entries, must be in the PT
Dine returnees from last, :year .-. potent I I\WI: < ( Looks like show for
> at t t'ilancihipe ) ie hI, h the "A \ "'S .ii it,> in Bldg 726 eti.ie> .,0 A.ul.n Saturday a good ) you golf en-
softball squad which won IS
t. ciiti-r ran he called in to Ext 5y.i; tlmsiast.s.CITY : .
and! lost but IIlx, have been work- -

ing feveiishly! in order to be reads LEAGUE CHAMPIONS = _
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Skipper Edge; who ia serving
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coach, will probably see a l 1..1 R ,
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action around the first suck '.
Ruth LeVere, the winning pits h. r A J
in most of the WAVE contests" \is*(
;year, will probably be the leading. ,
moundsman again this yea!. 1-a- I
Vladeff another veteran <.' I
.ie vear's campaign will ci.in-,
IIt'tf' the' WAVES battery. Other
members returning this year art
Fran Free at shortstop. But h ..
Gh>ver at third base, and HIM n ( P 1', .A
Rump at second base. Jennie Pea- t P
(c-ovk Winnie Jones Johny Shee # / ,
hy. and Midge Bryant are fight ;
to hold down their starting t h'rl'l-i i '
in the outfield.
i. A .a NS
Four newcomers'! Jackie Na>!
Mickey Blankenship Mike EJnfc. N
and Mary Rasich have sh.v i 11L- S S f
up well in the initial practices no J 5
have a good chance of breakup I
into the line-up, !said Skipper F.tj.: _______
Most of the games this .\ SS,
will be played in the Jackson" / -S
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WAVES took second place m t in.
< .it\ competition. The 1D4 !letij. .
will be composed of six teams t in' ".
largest number to enter the !Insince i
its loimution.
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Besides playing; in the I.I'lfRJJf
>: the WAVES will face .--. i- I IV \l.l. TIIF r\e t'rt Ml.NTi: Mi, N.\ \ I 'i", 1 I 't.; ." '. .'\ 'I", \ A I rTii q .."i., '''H'' .t'i .ltl"
f ral 4. i Is'service: team Farr; \ >hHi i 11,1"1. I MII .t I 'Itltl ; 1 h.AS, : \AA\KS" ..!.|pr "' I : .t. 11111./-\I / Vim' ). ;. i II"i ; .1 ..it.nilf
Barnes: have been scheduled ngairstPensHcola -I-| \ Tl.i loti.l} \.i\\: Mxt.t'c, i !.. i-. II., t tk \l\ I I'tt'"I' i L: r. \ 'I' : t. 11 N 't- r \ Ii..l'.J i tin y.iai i i ; : ., '.,.1 Hi ic. c.I. I L, } le:
two in May and two ,nJunt. .1,'-1 iiiiii-; 'pn-M-nt--. : :SUippii K.IH: / H ai) s.i: : >".;,,11 g;\Id i i ha-Ki'l.i\ -\ t., '' ? i ; lu! I .i nil.| i ii. >. alnli, tlit, i f"* .1 I nt ;j.nl 1.\U\ and
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AIRCRAFT 1947 is the newest I
and a most important addition to
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the reference collection of the library I .4
This edition like its predecessors I
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I is an outstanding review -
w of the air power of the world.
In addition to statistical informa-
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tion on aircraft and aircraft engines -
111 the volume presents an his- MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
torical record and organizationoutline I
of service aviation in each I \1"'It"ot: Wt"t'kdays-USO and 2000; wtwk- Kt.-14SO and 2 KK).
country. Civil aviation is also included i THURSDAY
While there is either very "WESTERN HERITAGE", with Tim Holt.
little or no information in regardto FRIDAY
Soviet Russia and those countries DANCE Station Band.
which are under her domina- SATURDAY
tion, and while Japan and Ger- KIDPIE SHOW at 1330. "OLD LOS ANGELKS", with William
many have been eliminated, other Elliott. Feature, "GOOD NEWS", starring June Allysoii.SUNDAY .
countries such as France. Den-
ifil
mark, Belgium, and The Nether- "GOOD NEWS", starring June Allyson.MONDAY .
lands are again included, and the .i
amount of space devoted to the "RUTHLESS", featuring Zachry Scott -
Hour aircraft of the United States and TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Great Britain has been increased. THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI". starring Rita HayworthTIIUKSDAV .
Perhaps the most interesting
"The heck with tliU mecooking.. You'd think the old battle- change in the book is the amountof "OLD LOS ANGELES". with William Elliott.
axe Mould let ut" have liberty once in a while, j>oj'!" information on jet propulsionand

the descriptions and picturesof JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM

A Message jet propelled aircraft whichare I (Now III|lien to enlNI.Ml personnel and tlejxMulentH asell at oflioem),
included. I :Mums start at 20OO
Of interest to philatelists is the
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Every dollar invested in bonds is capable of neutr \ iz- 191S ARD edition POSTAGE of SCOTT'S STAMP STAND-CATA- "FORT APACHE, starring:S \TUID.IV"OLD John Wayne and Shirley Tempi

half times its value in the fight against which the Americas :
ins six and one LOGUE covers LOS ANGELES", with William Elliott.SITNUA1' .
inflation Remember that for every million dollars invested and the British Commonwealthof :

in bonds, six and one half million dollars in potential Nations in the first and volume coloniesand and "ARE YOU WITH IT"" t't.atllnngDonald O'Connor.
European countries I "lOxn.AI: ) TtTKsDIY:
price:' increases are neutralized. Multiply that a the independent nations of Africa -, "GOOD NEWS", starrmgJunp Allyrton.
hundred fold and the have today CANNOT the second vol.
high prices we and Asia in \nl\: : 1'1)"RUTHLESS" : .\\'
exist.It ume. Date of issue design, denom- ff'aturingZal'hl'V Scott
sounds complicated, but if 75rr! of the people of ination color surcharge or over- 'l'Ill'ItSD.11'"THE :
back of it with print, perforation and watermark LADY FROM SHANGHAI'= starring Rita Hayworth.
the United States were to get even nf ..v.rv recognized adhesive
minimum deductions from their pay for bonds, that end stamp' ever:' i issued--by these governments OTHER EVENTS

could be accomplished.It I Is included. Prices as
IMMiO l'\HT\-Ever Thursday at 2000 at The
determined by Scott Publications Anchorage.
is to one's personal benefit to
save
own money.
IlOXI.NO For Information
Inc. are included for most of the regarding workouts, contact Lieut,
For your own future home, for old age security, and Comdr. A. J. Rubino. extension 593.

countless other reasons. No one has to be told that it'sa stamps.Ivan the Terrible is the dominant MALNblDL.:: LOLAUL.-I'oimcuy the Reception Center located in

good thing. :Many do not realize that saving $3.75 a figure in Harold Lamb's new the South wing of Building No. 953, is open! to NAS personnel ant

week is better than not saving at all but remember book. THE MARCH OF MUSCOVY. their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions -
with
enlightening by arrangement Weltare Officer. Combination radio-pho
Lamb has written an
that a bond deduction of $3.75 a week will give you and fascinating account of nograph available for use of all hands.

$2,164.51; in ten short years. Even $6.25 a month Moscow's expansion from a tiny I: 1.lnUAln'-Located on second deck: of Malnside Recreation Build

amounts to 1000.00 in matured bonds in the same town to an empire, covering the ing No 3. Open from 0900 to 2000 Monday through Friday. &Saturday.
length of time. Isn't that better than not saving at all ? years from HOO to 1648. i I from 0900 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2000.
I\IINO-Indoor: Pool. Daily Monday through Friday-1800
History has proven that a citizen with a sense of to 2100. Saturday--0900 to 2100: Sunday 1300 to 2100. *

thrift is a more capable, responsible, and stable citizen. 200 Strong GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun- ?,
Examine the Savings Bond Payroll Deduction and Allot- day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing **

ment plans offered by your government. There is a Bond (Continued from Page; 1) trunks' prohibited on Golf Course.
ANCHORAGE- Open daily to enlisted with
personnel
into ( liberty
split groups
were once again
deduction to suit your :reds. and you are invited to take and taken to various shops and deI I nards and uniform of the dayi., 17JO to 2JOO.: Located south of Mason ;
advantage of it. partments on the station which I Field Dancing every Wednesday night with the Air Station Band. '
-- ---- -- TJNNIHacquet8 and bails available
: at the
were of special interest to them are Physical TrainIng -
because of their studies. Students Building No 726.
Skyways Devotes Bond of drafting were taken to two different NUKSEKY-Sponsored by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 1101.
: Hours: Monday through Fiiciay-0700 to 2100 0700
drafting rooms, radio students ; Saturday- to
May Issue To I (Continued from Page 1) were taken to the Opera- 0100 Sunday morning.. hates. Hourly-23 cents for one child; 10 cents
this is through the purchase of tions tower and Communications, for each additional child; Card-$8 for one child; $10 for two children;
Naval AviationThe I Savings Bonds through "the payroll and aircraft pupils went on a tour and $11 for three or more children; Daily (for working mothers)-$1
and allotment plans, he added I I from 0700 to 1800.
''ot A&R and the hangars.
attention of all hands was The hosts for the station were HOBBY SHOP-Located in Bldg. 913. Open daily from 1700 t-)
called this week to the May issue At the close of the meeting a I Lt. Russell. D. H. Robb. ADC. Lt. I If 2100 and 1300 to 2100 on Saturdays, Closed Sunday. Facilities and
movie of the country' for all hobbies.
showingsome
of Skyways an aviation maga f ijg R. F. Jones W. J. Drew. equipment
zine, which has devoted a major famed scenic spots was ADC, W. J. Baxter, ADC, V. C. MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 13, Bldg. 913. Regular Hobby
I portion of its May edition to Na- shown to the group. The movie Eroksen. AMC. Lt. ral Aviation. In asked America everyone." to "Buy A Share Spahr. R. E Shupe AMC, Lt. (jg> I( MODEL houis.PIIO10GKAPIIY, RACE CAR SIIOl*Room 13, Bid,. 913. Regular Hobby

Among: the Navy articles included J. Neiman, and K. O. Funderburk, Shop
are: Statement about the Air- I ,, ADC. I.UU-Room 5, Bldg.; 913. Meets at 1934
Navy, by Admiral Denfeld; "The : Civil Service War Vets The tour was arranged by the Thursdays.
Role of Marine Aviation," by Admiral NAS Public Information Office.
i Plan Membership DriveI WHERE TO GO ASHORE
Field Harris; Article on Naval ---- -- -----

Aviation Research by Admiral i i I A new membership drive was SALVATION ARMY SEU\1C}: u.N'S: CENTEU-602 West Adam .
Lonnquest: "Guided Missiles asa discussed at the regular meetingof I *, above Lane Drug Store, one block west of Navy Bus Station.
Naval Weapon," by Admiral D. I the Federal Civil Service War Free use of recreation room, writing room, music room, check
V. Gallery; "Why We Need A ; Veterans Association last Friday room, and shower facilities. Light refreshments available at snack
Strong Naval Aviation," by Sena- l night at the Seminole Hotel bar. Open from 12 noon to 12 midnight.

tor Chan Gurney, Chairman, Sen- Catherine H. Smith, nurse at DUPLICATE BRIDGE TOURNAMENTS every Friday night at
ate Armed Services Committee; the main Assembly and Repair 2000 Open to the public. Naval personnel cordially invited. 3524 St. .
_ and "The Grumman F9F-2 Pan Building, won the gun raffle Johns Avenue. Playing fee $.75. Telephone Remlinger, 2-0043, for rsorvations ., I
ther," by Jerry Leichter, a freelance Commander Joe Goss presided at Ji and information.
writer. There are pictured: the meeting. HOSPITALITY CENTER for servicemen and young people at
and descriptions of naval aircraft : 1 Union Congregational Church, 236 W Church Street (between Ho- ,

of operational, production and experimental The first: no hit no run baseball gan and Julia), every Saturday night, 2000 to 2300. Dancing, ping- I
types. iLMOUGN pong, table games, singing, etc.
game ever pitched is credited ... :
The magazine is on sale at Ship'sEervice. Mann. ,. I
to Joseph McElroy .
I NAVY WI\'E5 CLUI1 JsPONSOKSDEttEY
While pitching for Princeton University -
}>.UK BINGO GAMES:
1 1 I he held Yale hitless and will
The Navy Wives Club spon-
"I was a stenographer but my I| runless in a game played at New at the
sor a weekly bingo game i
boss sentence.wanted" a period after every 1 II Haven:. Conn., on May 29, 1875 Dewey Park Community Building BIG I iI I

Thursday evening The first
"Well, he was right." "I Just made a deposit on a new every
held there
will be
of the BAKE:
"Yeah but he wanted a recrea- fall hat," said one little bird to games SALE
I' next Thursday at 2000.
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