Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 1948
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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I,. Vol 6-No. 5 -- 29 April 1948

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

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1- U. S. NAVY" 0 150th. ANNIVERSARY- I

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Station-Wide Raffle Will Aid I NAVY STATEMENTS RELIEF Navy Department Established

Local Navy Relief Fund DriveA i The follou; slaleminls' one 'Just 150 Years Ago Tomorrow

b.\' Captain 1,. 1', Mason: Acting
I ]ies\ tlt'I) tit tuiv in raising' fund for the aHelh'j', ; Commandant of the .Sc\enth : The t'nited({ tat ei:; Na\ ,\' will pa- .timtl/ "Ic'i! l1\ik'stotH'\ ) ( in
SouYt\' al iNASill ho inaugurated, this year with the Naval )Dislilc' and the other : Its long luston of defensf fir i| tin.-! nation+ toniono\\\ when it
I Ptagiiift ul'a station-wide raffle for a hr.ind new Chevrolet by Captain Herbert S. Duck celebrates the I 0lh anm\ei'.ai\' of the: est.ililishnient) of the
i aero sodan. worth, (ontmaiiding. Officer of Department of the Xav\'.
I ;NAN Chief of ;.ilnallr Advanced
'111idl' \ for a raffle to add stimulus to the fund-raising 'Tralnln11111,:; Commander I Prior to 30 April 17W: when President John Adam

I chive originated with the _11)48 Finance Committee of tlu1 Naval Air Rawest. for 7lh I signed the act creating "an executive department un.lei til'
Jut ks: mvillt' Auxiliary of the So- i iI ;N.I" ? were I issued yesterday! in I i denomination of the Department I -
't\, ". h.-aded by Comdr. Charles I da.y. --T\t k t.will ell at $1 a support of the Nay Relief lrl\c of the Navy," naval affairs of th. i':. f..i' ,'.t i .* ,iih difficult n;iH! ; ). ,
.1:. Robertson, Superintendent of chance. !t which opens next Tuerday. new republic had been the responhibility (l'"nn ."'I >:\\ittI a repot tI t" ,4
EH mn Training. Other commil- (I, While the raffle in expoUed' to'' The Navy Rehel Society f is of the War D'parll1l'lIt. PMM, OM l.: Man It 1T9S! \. I h]", r rt I' .
,. members include I/t. D. L !, raise the major portion of fund- ;: the Navy: 111 allI': own instrument I During the Revolution! there' \'.as ( lud n with th,' flues't \
iMet', Ellen it intended! to nuU! "tilt' ju: Utlpeitod Lt Word and Lt sought this year is ,id selt help It i* MM and mam- a separate establishment .. .. ..
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call lot, onttibutions to the hero will still ho offered, gr"a'\( III < ,in ">M'III'\' And! oms. '' teof the Continental (Conctro.s-. I C'(.:';,'rtppropnat.. : dIll, \ '
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Two JAX AIR NEWS 29 April 1948

" IT'S A TOUCH LIFE By Sleeves

JfI ':: S Illustrious Frigate I

(SEA)-Barely noted in the history booksof

Editorial Offices today is the frigate United States, whose ,j

South Wing, Lower Deck Bldg. 930 151st anniversary celebrated 10 May. < 1

Telephone Extension 8181 The frigate, launched at Philadelphia on )

Arthur M. Greene Editor 10 May 1797, was the first ship authorized ; S .:

under the Constitution of the United
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the new :
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Florida and States. The ship bore the name of the coun-

printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat try that gave her birth and stood as a j

no expense to the government and in compliancewith symbol of things to come from a nation look- I
SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 De- E ,ts 's.f
Member 1945. distributed free of chargeat ed upon as a toddling infant in international
Copies are
the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical affairs. She went down the ways under the 0 ; ?:: L f 1\ I

Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval proud and hopeful eyes of President George {

Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters of t Washington

the Seventh Naval District Naval Auxiliary Air The United States the first of six I
Station Cecil Field, and the U. S. Naval Hospital. was
ships authorized by a bill dated 1791. Two I

Captain Herbert S. Duckworth. L'SN, Commanding of her sister ships, Constitution and Con-
Jacksonville Naval Air Station stellation still afloat and
are are command I

ing due respect and attention. c
CaptaIn C. M. Schaar. Captain F. W. Prlestman
(M&'s.U'va Commanding USSR CommandingNaval The mighty frigate's life span was 681 ;

Hospital Training Air Reserve Unit I years. She was ordered broken up in 1865!> ,

after the Confederates sunk her in an effort 'I

IX Col. T. C. Moore. Jr. Lt. Col. Robert A. Black I to obstruct the Elizabeth river in 1862. i !
USMC. Commanding Commanding Marine All Union forces
Marine Barlacks Detachment. NAR'I'UThe recapturing Norfolk Navy Yard
. raised her from the bottom of the river. 13 s' .1

JAX AIR NEWS receives Ship's Editorial Association Stephen Decatur, an unknown midshipman -
material. Republication ot credited matter prohibited stood ] the desk of
the Unit-
without permission of SEA. Washington 25. D. C. Re- I
publication of any other matter except by service publications ed States the day she was launched. He later / r t tlIAT
Is prohibited without permission of Editor,
SAX AIR NEWS./ was given command of her and carried \ "\\ TIII.'Ot'l'SNCommercial \'::!"

out a boast that he'd defeat the British ship'

Macedonian if they ever met in combat. Decatur -

Not Everyone Gets met the English vessel in the War Bulletin 1 ;

Relief Cash of 1812 off the Maderia Islands and defeated -
Navy her. When he refused to accept the Bulletins will be accepted until space! has been filled, but nob
later than 1000 Tu..dat.. 8230. J
(This is the third In a series, of articles explaining British captain's sword he used a phrase
dy at 8.141or: Inquire at 2806 Oak r
the operation and services offered by the NavyBelief that links his name with naval chivalry : FOR SALK I 1 I Street '
Society.-Kd.: ) Table model radio, $1O. Call Mrs. I Master bedroom, e\eiy (convenience I
"Sir, I cannot receive the sword of a man who Zlnn at ext. 8344. Near two bus IIn 's. Phone Mrs.
This article is written for those who have.
had defended his Deluxe Bendlx automatic washing Smith at 24909.Unfurnished f
asked for a loan from Navy Relief and have so bravely ship. machine purchased new last Sep house 1'j miles from
I' The fighting history of the ship is vague tember. Will sell for $1X0 cash. Call NAS. Children welcome Quiet and
been turned down. Those who have been
Mrs. C. S. Daniel at ext. 759, or (
and it is given little mention in naval his- phone 2-3397 after 1800. cool with two bedrorns. 8th house ,.
granted a loan, and those who have not south ot 104lh street (Tlmuquana
tory. She fought in the war with France in 1942 Chevrolet sedan. Perfect condi Road) on Ortega Farms Boulevard.
come to Navy Relief for help, will also gain 1798 under Commodore tion. Phone Mn. Smith at 24909. Call Chief Cunningham at ext. 541.
John Barry. During Two 3/4 size mattresses nationally advertised Completely furnished downtown apart'
by reading on. this war she aided in the capture of two privateers brands at sacrifice ments and housekeeping rooms with
Also coil spring for double bed.prl'eo'l hot water and washing privilege.
In March, 1948, a young man came into inVest Indies waters. Lt. King at ext. 593. 754 West Adams street, three block

the Navy Relief office to inquire about a The frigate, operating with other units of Motorola radio I table model.i'sOll suit I from NAS bus line. Reasonable late.
Phone 4-9855 .
of gieens, size 44, 35. aud ask for Lind.I
loan. His earnest request was that he be the fleet, patrolled the Atlantic during the Chief Thompson, 1392 CumberlandRoad. I Trailer space at modern riverfront
War of 1812 trailer park with electricity meter
operating out of Boston. She
granted $60 to pay his delinquent bills. He Living room furniture, three odd and plenty of shady space. Excellent
was blockaded in New York harbor and at lecea. Must sell. Roubln, 2509 Lewis fishing swimming and picnic
filled out the applicationform and then had New London St.. 4-4791. giounds. Located 7 miles south ot
during the latter part Three Navy nurse's uniforms size 12: Orange Park on U. S. Highway 17
the customary talk With the interviewer. of the war. two blues and one dies white. Dress and Black Creek. See Bernard H.

After the discussion was finished, he realized The United States guarded shipping-lanes hat with sweater cover, $2.50 sire, 22.five$25.ward Regulation uniforms Room Ball In at private Rlvervlew home.Trailer Will 1 Park.carr for i

for American merchantmen W. Call Dr. Douchon at ext. 1 to 2-year-old<, child while couple t
and used in
that he would be better off not to was 415. I. works See Mrs. J. M. Johns at 2220

borrow the money. He was helped with a i i a display of power during' the war with Al- 19-H! Nash slx-oUnder convertible club. 5-room Vista. furnished house. Call Groom
I giers in 1815. coupe, overdrive and weather e>e.
at 2-1947 In the evenings only.
budget plan whereby he could his bills Good condition needs small amountof
pay Mexico was impressed by American naval I Four-rooni furnished apartment. Fur. ,
work for perfection. Price $695. .
}himself, little by little, and, therefore, he power in the Pacific when a fleet under Cap- Call Browning at ext. 739. I nlshlngs except like silver new.and Everlhing linens: Camo provided '
Two complete bedroom suites Including
didn't have borrow from Relief. tain James seen dally after 1600 at 3607 Walsh /
Navy Armstrong cruised the California mattress and spring Mrs. A. B. Street. Rogers A-v .

The man had come to "inquire" about a coast in 1842. Armstrong's flag was on the 1941 Emerson Ford super 8-OO42.) deluxe sedan In good Five-room Santa Fe.luinlshed See W. E cottage Riviere: atfth Lak*'

United States. This had direct bearing on clean condition. Call Hank at ext. I Works
loan He had the right attitude. This man 221. Public Refrigeration Shop.
relations between Mexico and her insurgent Bedroom suite, Including chair l lamp, I Furnished apartment with prjivsts
he received cash bath. Living kitchen and .
satisfied not because room
was territories, California and Texas. throw rugs, drapes, curtains two I porch. Utilities furnished Reasonable '
but because he helped to help himself.If floor lamps, end-table lamp, studio at $ a month Call Mrs. Eric Lars
The frigate United States, with her sister couch two chairs two rockers, table n. 3r.. 21584.: I II

you have asked for financial aid and ships, contributed much to the growth and kitchen, coffee table table with, two chairs.end' tables Everythingfor : and I Two-room upstairs furnished apart \
ment. $10 a week. Call Mrs. Larsenat
have been turned down, remember this: if success of our nation. With pride we pay $225. See Conway at 1234 B Hancock 21584. Also two-room downstairs
NAS. .
I furnished for $9.50 wrek.Lovely .,
you had come to "inquire", you would have I homage to her memory. One baby stroller at reasonable: price. front apartment coiner bedroom i adjacent a
See Gezell at 1195 Cumberland Road.LuKKiige 'I'.
well advised and just as happy I cany-all, like new. Good buy bath with kitchen privileges and hot
gone away I water. Phone bars Baker at 2-6:154.
for $10. Call Chief Thomas at ext.
or see at 3352 College St. j!
as if you had gotten the loan. You would 620. Three-ioom apartment completely fur.
E 36 Plymouth, exceptionally clean, J
have seen the Navy Relief Society's one pur- xood( engine, good tires, and< radio.sew. nlshed Including lights and tele
Call Starr at ext. 396. I phone. Conveniently located near !
to aid to the utmost. That does
pose: you : WiaoQJgiandVietos Hdnd-ciocheted tablecloth with buffet NAS. Reasonable at $50 month
not always mean cat; but the good counselof !set to match. Made from Clark's Two Call comfortable Ratchfortl at 2-8578 "'
\\ hltt' O,N.T.. size 30 thread. Mountain pleasantly furnished
experienced help in monetary matters. II Laurel design standard size. rooms with adjoining bath and kit-
:r f romStatm
When contributions for Navy Relief are ews I $150. J. I. Crews. 2-5127: or see at chen privileges Convenient to NAS
and ,
I 1027 Dancy Street Ortega bus line! Phone Miss\
asked, each one should say : ((1)1) didn't geta Estate llratrola oil circulating heater 2739 Reed at 2-1955 after 1700 or call at '
loan but this will in with 57-Kallon oil tank on metal Algonquin Avenue
help someone more stand and Will share or lent beautifully fuinich
connecting tubing.
need than I I loan Used winter, ed single or double loom with d..... ,
was to get one ; ((2)) got a one excellent condition ble closet .
Phone Mrs. Smith at 5 "
reasonable at $100 Call J. I. Crewsat
when .I was in desperate need, and I want I WHERE IS HAPPINESS 2-5427 or Inquire at lOOn Dane' 8567 or 9.7957.Threeroom .

to see others have the same opportunity ; ((3)I ) Street.Baby carriage. like new. one mapleoccasional 1 at Justus fu I fished Gr3very apartment, entrance Inquire l to- t tI

haven't needed a loan, but others have. Not in unbelief- table. All for disenable Dewey Paik Ask for Bob Juslls.vVANTK1) ;
See Mrs Deel at 1219B Han- I \ :
Who knows, I might need one tomorrow. Voltaire was an infidel of the most pronounced cock Stieet. NAS. Three riders from Southslde Estates to

-*- Norge electric refrigerator for sale I NAS. Working hours from 0715 I* I
type He wrote: "I wish I had or trade also six-room space heater 1600. Cal K.; li. Rudd at ext. 422. (
and gas stove. Call C. E. Lowe at Riders from King Street to NAS. Work-
USS Texas Goes Home never been born. 21088. Ing hours from 0830 to 1700. Contact .
3-plece maple living room suite with Miss Dixon at ext. 537. ,
Not in
pleasure- platform locker chair In good con Riders to shale expenses and driving
SEA-On 21 the 112th anniver-
) April
dition. Complete with two end tables to Seattle, Washington. Departing f
sary of the battle of San Jacinto, the battle- Lord Byron lived a life of pleasure and book shelf end table, knickknack 0800 on 17 May. Call Chief E. (i. J
He wrote "The the canker shelf, and blue reversible che Bishop at ext. 710 or see him at
ship USS Texas was presented to the state ease. : worm, nille 9'x2" lug $90. Call Batten at 4007A Dewey Park: Annex.
of Texas for a memorial. and grief are mine alone." I ext. 263.Complete Couple to share expenses while dilv-",
household furniture R. F. Ing to Seattle Leaving 18 May Mrn.m .
The ceremonies struck a significant pointin Not in money- Hastings. ext 750. I Robeison 5-4002M.: 01 510 Woodbine

the history of the Lone Star State. San Jay Gould the Americr.n millionaire had Black and tan cocker spaniel male 9 Str get.
months old wjlh papeis. 560. Chief Two woiklng couple to : h Jacinto was the site of General Sam Houston's an enormous fortune. When dying, he Neff, ext. 8254. durIng working houl J. er apartment with kitchen and big I
Can he seen at 3312A: Gibbs, Dewey I bath room, Call Mrs Hundhausen at
victory over the Mexican general, Santa said : "I suppose 1 am the most miserableman Park 2 X153 or drop by 2639 Oak Sh'pet.JIISCELI.'NEOUS .

Anna and is considered the spot where the on earth." Girl blcvcle riving! Cloud, like new
I Will sell at sacrifice price I See Mc- Lost, a maroon and chrome baby stick
independence of Texas was won. The Texas master at .1812A Norman Street, Dewey I .
Not in position and fame- lei without handle I pan or bump.PI .
site in the Paik. I Was last seen In vicinity of NAS
will be permanently moored at a
Lord Beaconsfield enjoyed more than his 1947 model (Pacific air conditional Pili k. Call Mrs Thorton at ext t 6&3.
shadow of the San Jacinto battlegrounds ty; ton capacity. 110 volts Cued onlv _
share of both. He wrote : "Youth is a mis- i 6 weeks Mahogany /finish. Will lit ,

monument, towering 580 feet and dedicatedon take, manhood a struggle, old age a re any window. Call Chief Blown at 1 -. 1

21 April 1937.) gret." 193'ext.: Oldsmobile 729. "6" club coupe with mjpjnS rpi PJi "

Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, a native in radio Good condition $530. Call D
Not military glory- I P. Mc-Kay, al ext. 727:
Texan, was the principal speaker. Assistant Alexander the Great conquered the known roil RENT At the Stutioa Chapels, Uirmlng- t

Secretary the Navy, Mark E. Andrews of- I world in his day. Then he wept because Beautifully furnished ilveifiont, housr hum Road and M.*tin Avenue ,
with <1 ficially presented the battleship to Texas'Governor I.retestallt f
"There are no more worlds to conquer. $250 a month. Owner leaving I
Beauford H. Jester. town Call Mis. Johnson at 7-6.175: 09.10ATTI':,: Seivic-e Chaplain A .
Not in earthly achievement Nicely furnished room In private hormone i Bm ei .
Just before the decommissioning, a periodof block from Five Point section 1045Gcneial: ; Woishlp Service -
silence was observed in of the Solomon had about everything this world and convenient to two NAS bus Ch.iplnin Fiancls las Albeit
memory has to offer. But he said : "Vanity of vanities routes. Phone Mil. Ciaedle after will plt'sldt' Chaplain A. iRo.vei '.
officers and men who gave their li\es whileserving IHO at 7-8:>41. will preach.(19.30Sunday .
; all is vanity. Efficiency: apartment at Lakevlevy MoI.fon"tit I
on the USS Texas. Planes flew over- tor i miles south ol Orange School Small Chapel.

head and dropped flowers from bombbays. Where, then, is happiness found? Johns River US 17. $10 Catholic
a week. Call H. P. Neal at :3231 Or. OTOOMass.fMiO i,
The answer is simple : In Christ alone He
Texans donated $250,000 for preservationof ange, Park.Fiveroom Mass..
the ] enacted the 70th said : "Your heart shall rejoice, rind your furnished apartment at Jaw 1100-Mass. 1
Legislation by
ship. small children
Beach, Phone Mis. Neville' at 2-6!+86 An outdoor Nursery' for -
Congress authorized the outright gift of the joy no man taketh from you.Chaplain after 17UQ. 'Is, maintained between WKW:"
Two and 1,100.Page : .
>' preferably to
snip to its "home state." I A. C. Boyer ur.d or bachelors. Call r"O Clam

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29 April 1948 JAX AIR NEWS ruse Ttire

! Blue Angels And NARTU Star In Southeastern Air Show .

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... .. .,.. ... ... _. ... ... ". .... ; ESTIMATED CROWD

'j r 1 1r j 41j : ,: .m y;; r' OF 50,000 SEES

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estimated crowd *f

nearly 50,000 north Florida

< and South Georgia aviation
! '. "; ;: enthusiasts witnessed Naval

f -,,;. ,. Aviation in action last week-
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II ". end at the Third Annual

,I ,. Southeastern Air Show

II staged at Craig: Field. The

1 1'f ,,.: famed Blue Angels, and a

group of Hellcats, Corsairs, .
and TDM's flown by week-end

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local Naval
'. -W" PT. '" ..-I.: Jil1 i warriors from the
., '' Air Reserve Training Unit,

r provided plenty of thrills with

.t .d W :' : : 'j their precision flying eyhi i.

> n ,'..:..:,'zt i rr' t .'' :1' the tions.A air novel. show note Sunday was introduced afternoon at

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f .' i:", : when a new NARTU squadron,
: : VA-52L was commissioned publicly
1 by Captain F. W. Priestmau,

< ttaw : .... ,t Commanding Officer of NARTU.He .
1 '" --, read the orders from the Chiefof
'. iY 'I( Naval Air Reserve Training
designating Lt. Corner Warren H.
t t) Schoen as skipper of the new torpedo -
,'\ attack squadron and then Introduced
Joseph W. Davin. first
f' ', .::. vice president of the Jacksonville
) <: Chamber of Commerce
t As Mr. Davin welcomed the
squadron and congratulated the
f t t skipper, a formation of 21 plane
from NARTU's VF-52L: led by Lt.
) Comdr. Lloyd G. Barnard, roared
overhead forming the letters of a
11 ::4ri1HH \ giant "JAX". After passing over
, the field 18 planes returned in 'a
beautiful anchor formation.
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,.. _-aRX On both Saturday and Sunday
'" V ; afternoon, the same fliers demonstrated
strafing runs and carrier

::1 e break-ups anchor. after forming the aerial

Blue Angels Perform
The daring Blue Angels, considered
to be the most outstand.
5p1. ing group of its kind in the nation,
thrilled the spectators with theia-
breath-taking flying. Followingtheir
1 ii exhibition the pilots landed,
r taxied up to the speakers stand
f. and climbed from their cockpits to
t receive a tremendous ovation from
tk the huge crowd.
-I _L' NARTU returned to the spot-

: light when Captain Priestman
awarded the Naval Air Reserve
t Certificate of Merit to Zack Mos-
1 ley, creator of the comic strip
Smilin' Jack". Mosley has beenan
41IIG11LIGIIT ardent supporter of the Naval
Air Reserve, featuring the local
3 b 1a :NARTU and the Blue Angela,
too. on several occasions in his
tonne strip which is followed by
millions in the daily newspapersthroughout
f the country
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i OF TI1K THIKI1 ANXtAL: Southeastern Air the comic strip Smilm' Jack" by NARTU Commanding Officer
;' Show held at Craig Field on the Bearh Road last Saturday and I Captain F. %V. Pnestman i Right center) Lt. Comdr. Warren H.Schoen. Navy DepartmentContinued
Sunday. was the appearam 01 th' tamed Blue Angels and NARTU I ".. left, is congratulated by Captain Priestman following
week-end warriors who thrilled the crowd with their dazzling the formal commissioning of NARTU's new attack squadron which I ( from I'age 1)
display of precision flying. In the top left picture the Blue Angels Schoen will head. (Lower left ) Flannel-mouth Don introducesthe acquire a dozen small cruisers.
skim across the field in a tight formation (Upper right) After famed Blue Angels to the crowd. (Lower right) A display van I With the need intensified for a separate
t soaring overhead in the form of a giant anchor, \week-end war- arranged by NAS Ground Training was one of the features of 'I naval establishment by this
\. riors from NARTU's fighting squadron 52 return over the field to the Navy's participation in the show. In the van were a cut-away fleet, Congress adopted legislation
demonstrate a low-level attack. (Left center) The Naval Air Reserve of a jet engine, a rocket and assorted survival equipment. creating" the Department of the
Certificate of Merit is presented to Zack Mosley creator of Navy. Later, Benjamin Stoddert a
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here at the hospital a short time I Md. the
Georgetown, accepted appointment -
i I
ago. Seems that two of our staff StationWideContinued I Navy ReliefContinued as the first Secretary of
Kinzer: and found out the Navy i n 28 May 1798.
Hospital i !
( from Page 1) ( front Page 1) To mark the observance of the
( that they are second cousins after I "The Navy Relief Society, although -
The sedan, obtained through the historic day, which has also been
\1 I serving aboard together for a Riverside Chevrolet Company in intimately identified with designated as Naval Reserve Day
} ChatterFlash couple of months. I Jacksonville, will be on display at the Naval Service, is a private I the local chapter of RONS will
1 Occupational Therapy Mainside during the campaign.. No I agency supported entirely by stage a dinner in the Hotel Windsor -
I plans were announced for the private funds, chiefly contribu- tomorrow. Talks will be made
The Bagaley Junior Theater OT is losing a very able helper, tions from officers and enlistedmen
drawing of the winning ticket, but I' by Captain J. W. Boulware Director -
Group will be out from Jax to : Richard D. Tohosky FN. "Ski, it is expected to have the drawingas and civilian friends of the of Naval Reserve for 7th N.D.,
a variety show tonight at ad he is more popularly known, Navy. Its sole is to as-
present purpose
I soon as possible after the close and Captain F. W. Priestman,
1930 in the Red Cross Recreation is being transferred to the Naval of the drive. sist financially, or with other NARTU Commanding Officer The
Hall All'patients are invited. Attic Hospital Chelsea, Mass. Good In the past. Navy Relief Drives I forms of services, the officers new American, European and Asi-
you see them we know you'll luck, "Ski", and be sure to give have been held earlier in the year and enlisted men of the Regular atic-Pacific theater medals will bo
agree that this is one of the best !' the Occupational Therapy Department but since it was sandwiched between Navy and Marine Corps, members -' awarded to a sailor Coast Guardsman
troupes to appear here in a long there a helping hand. the March of Dimes and the i of both Reserve" compon- Marine, WAVE, and Navy
t+me. I Danny Ware, SN, has been quite Red Cross Fund Campaign, it was ents when on regular active Nurse in a token presentation of
And while we speak of good music industrious this past week or two. delayed until May this year. I duty, and the dependents of the docoiations
do you know about the new' If you could see the modernistic No quota is ever set locally for those personnel as well as the I .
classical recording room now bookcase he has completed and the the drive. Instead, the emphasis deepndents of deceased personnel I
open ? If you'd like to settle down I snappy blue and red rug he has is always on 100 per cent participation of the Naval Service As- First Class ExamsTo
t with an album of your favorite i woven, you'd have proof positive regardless of the amount sistance is given where need I
.. melodies and really listen in peace 1 I Lthat it pays to be ambitious contributed. By wholehearted sup- I exists "irrespective of rank or I Be Given 3 May
and solitude, this is your chance. I F. F., Joline SOSN, and 1\[, E. port of the drive and the rating Examinations for advancement
and albums must be checked personnel make possible -Captain H. S. Duckworth
Key James SR have been utilizing raffle'l
to Petty Officer, First Class will
t out from the Red Cross Recreation their period in OT by learning tinued operation of the local be given on :Monday 3 May, Instead .
Office photography. After shooting a roll iliary in assisting Navy men and I Officers' Wives Will .., ot 1 June as originally scheduled -
1; We have quite a cribbage feud of film, they take it into the dark- women who are in need of financial i* was announced this week.
I, going on in the Rec Hall between room and develop It. Later in the help Meet Next WednesdayThe The examinations will be based on
Martin Beck and Coy Ferguson I day they print and enlarge those regular monthly meeting of the old rating structure and quali
Both think they are plenty good. I pictures they consider best. The the Officers' Wives Club will beheld fications.
We wonder if either can ever results have been surprising. 51" at 1300 Wednesday, S May at I Examinations will be held in the
vince the other that he is best.We con-I Weaver this will interest you. the "0" ClUb, it was announcedthis General Mess Hall, with the petty
We have warped and threaded an- Ca/,/ n sad week. officer portion slated to begin at
have a second Roy Acuff in other loom. Miss Winters, with the "HaU off to the Atlatlon Julie and Chrlf Gorman, directors 0330 and the professional pail at
\. our midst in the person of Johnny I assistance of a patient threadedthe Training .....rartntf'nt.fhieh, of the Arthur: Murray Schoolof 1330. All personnel recommendedfor
"Stud" Fussell, HMl. Have you i loom in one day, establiiing with a 70 per rent complement, Dancing will give an exhibitionof the examinations must reportpromptly
secured that Sunday morning solo a record for speed The warp is It moving a 15: per cent Atu- ballroom dancing following the in the uniform of tb
position yet, PuMell? I black and yellow and in the pat {lent 1111.\4.1 ahead of M'IiedilleiN luncheon. Reservations may be day, and have I. D. card ready fur
There was a big family reunion tern of a malteso! cross. made by calling ext. 815 U i checking, It was stated.r" .

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};n h"'rln -by Caroline 1 lowell I ii\
.At last Chief'"Tiny" Schassar ..,
has met his match not in weight, Wayne Morivia and Fred Rick
w now, but in growling. Yep, when I etts are still sweating out their
i the chief growls at the new ad- I discharges, but Fred is enjoying
I dition to his family, that little 'his last fews days in the sick bay
P 4 pooch growls right back. They get having a swell time, we betcha,
i along fine together except -for one with the you-know-what. Your
thing, the chief can't get usedto foot can't be that bad, Freddie.
having a bunk mate. Be care- Wayne is really putting out the
ful chief, what you give that lit- work for the deck crew
t tle fellow to drink, or he'll be car- Two frequent visitors to the
t kHwy rying a lot of weight around this Windmill Club, H. B. and W. P." ,
e.i place, too! really go for the floor show there.
Tee off! Seems that we sure Mr. B. says he has every act down
i have a bunch of energetic folks pat except for the Tassel Dancer.
I around here. Nick Pulignano, Clar- Well, practice makes perfect, eh!
.. .. -- ence Lamb, Al Tuggle, Jack Silver i I Planning' Uh on-by '\' 'llOnaSpurltwk
i a Emmett Tracy, and Charles I It seems that about all
Littlejohn, are all looking forwardto we have to say these days is "Good
this NAS Golf Tournament i bye" and "Hello") We are saying
that's coming up next month. We farewell to Charles Fields this
r. -c- : wish you heaps of luck, fellows. I time and "wishing him the best of
i r -.- You don't play golf like you bowled luck and all "comforts of home"
f : last reason, do you, huh? I' in his new job with the Bureauin
i: Sam Ward says he'll take soft- Washington. The dinner was a \
ball. Sam plays first!! base and I huge success with all the little .1
I from what I understand, that 'quips that send a man off knowing
t "Blue League",is really on the ball I that the people working under
this season. I him have enjoyed working with
t .. I 1I Clarence Lamb says that he and {I him and will miss him a lot.
Charlie Olden don't have such a ; Our welcome gees at this time to
bad time sharing that PepsiColaat I Hernandez and Speairs of the Finish -
Navy Welding I noon every day. Maybe if more i and Fabric Shop who have
of us would do that we could in- transferred to the Planning Di
NAVY AIKCKAFT weldersare ,, crease our Savings Bond deductions I vision Also we wish to again men-
among the top welders in How about it ? tion our welcome to "Al" Lott who
the aircraft industry and their I Some of our Engineering folks will be our messenger now. It was
work must pass rigid tests to are always making trips. Jack Silver -] left out last week, and we don't
> determine their i proficiency.When spent a few days in Miami, and want to let him think we haven't

.... applying for a job with Charles Painting had a swell time noticed him nor thought to wel-
the Navy, all aircraft welders in Pensacola visiting his folks last come him.
1 must undergo the Navy's comprehensive 1 week. I .
d examihation to demonstrate | Accessories' nh lion! by Jerry
their skill, and they t'ttleWho is Mrs 5 by 5 in the 'IRD Order Limits
must pass the test again at six i Instrument Shop, and what is all
month intervals to continue in this gossip we are hearing, especially ;Solicitation
I.' the position' of aircraft welder. about the boy friend who has By

L Every weld is stamped with the i been a friend of the family for 20 .
: : years ? (she says). Employees
identifying number of the
: : -- oper- j Fluckie left last week on a 90-
: ator so that inspectors can determine 1 i day leave to make a trip to his Charitable) causes for which collections
who made a particularweld. native Switzerland. Sure hope heI may be made aboard the
A display board, above, I has a nice trip. station by civilians were listed in
showing specimens of welds reqUired We welcome Mr. .Huldskamp in Industrial Relations DepartmentOrder
in the Navy test, is* located the Gyro-room. He.was with ,National I No. 6-48, issued last week.
E i 4r outside the Metals Divi- Air Lines in Miami before I I II The order limited solicitation to:
sion office of A&R ( Left) Typ- I coming here. I V. S. Sating Bond sales
H1 ical Navy welder is W. J. Newellof Sorry to hear about C. O. Day-| American H nl Cros"" membership

A&R's Welding and Metal I ton's operation on his nose. We '
Repair Shop. He is shown per- wish him speedy recovery. Mr. j! Community Cheat or Welfare
forming a gas weld on an air- I and Mrs. Simpson and Mr. and I dri\eft I
craft gun camera mount being Mrs. Knapp celebrated their anniversaries Navy Relief Society
[ILf manufactured in A&R. last week. Congratulations. Sale of Christmas. Seal of the
I National Tuberculosis! Association!
Plant 1)hhion--by Walt Klelther ( < National Infantile TaralyaU
-I've been wondering why all Fund (;March of Dlnieft)
: the long sad faces around lately; <:( Christmas dinners and Christmas .

J1 :1r r I SUPPLY now I know. Cheer up, men, there basket for the unemployed
are still others-blondes, bru- anti poor
nettes, etc. The redheads are :; flowers for detwased employeesor
I y scarce now. (We know, t'h1r.. for deceased iiieinbem of their
B ?) families
4I i Lt Hilton, our Division Officer I Employee group Insurant.-
.& tells me that after working hours'hI. Employee ro'IIIJ hospituilatton

\\t .' goes home and works his eight | American Cancer SocietyPermission
t : SUCCESSFUL SAGA. The Sup- acres of land, of which he has four will not be granted

!pivshellacked! the Fla. Watchmaker under cultivation. That's a heap of for solicitation of membership
*! in their opening game attn land to dig without a mule or dues, or other collections not men-
something to help out. tioned above, either during or out-
l Stadium last week, and the
i side hours, the order stated
vial score of 9-3 was consideredthe We are short-handed in the working
w harbinger of future triumphs. Drafting room because the en-
.s Many Supply-ers came out for the listed personnel are getting discharged -
initial tilt, including Comdr Ap- and Paul Carman is out I
e pleby Jack Sharpe, the Reiters, on sick leave. But by the time INSIDEPUBLIC
McLaughlin, Wilson, Fulcher, and you read this. Paul will be back to
Polly and her pals. Comdr. Humes work. Glad to see.. you, Paul. WORKS
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pitched the first ball-a skytourto -
CIVIL catcher Grady Forbes who Enrollment In Around the Divisions:
SERVICE EXAM should have been standing in the In the Administrative Division,

I ] bleachers back of the net and the Blue Cross To Helen Johnson's husband, Paul,
season was off to a flying start. was best man in a wedding Sun
L Bulletin Board Because the business manager day afternoon. Rehearsal was Saturday -
: Reopen In MayStation
failed to get in some of the playera' I night, after which, Helen
contracts until game timb, I
The following ( 1\II S.T> ice i\aniinatlons: have been announced.Vnlesi those particular players were bar- I personnel will again be reports they all adjourned to the
otherwise indicated the examinations are unassembled and red from now on. Monday night's offered the opportunity of sub- G. W, for dinner and had :\
the necessary" forms should be filed In time to reach the cognl/.ant fray left a bit to be desired in the scribing to the Blue Cross Hospitalization time. Sadie Britts had a pleasant II
Hoard before the closing! date Copies of all announcement! are box score, but the boys played hard and Blue Shield MedIcal weekend at the Beach, being vis-
posted on the Bulletin Bual'tlln the: lobby of IJldg. 450.FOREMAN. and leveled off a bad break in the group insurance plans, prob- ited by Betty Johnson, formerlyof
; BED AND; DESK --- ----- beginning to a much closer ably early in May, it was announced this department.The .
REPAIR SHOP $1.12 per hour; I FIRE'IAAD FIREMAN for the wind up. By the way, by the Employees Service Section 7ND Contract and Real Es-
FOREMAN MACHINE SHOP, ( POWER PLANT ), $1.12 per hour. there's another game at the Stadium I of the Industrial Relations tate Division is minus its super- ':\
$1.28 per hour; FOREMAN No closing date. File with Recorder tonight at eight. Come on Department.This visor for two weeks as C. P. Mc- i''JI
FURNITURE REPAIR SHOP ,. Board of U S. Civil Service and help the guys carry off another -1 is the first time in many I Cord is on Naval Reserve train-
$1.32 per hour; and FOREMAN i Examiners for the Charleston Na- I victory like the first one months that these plans have been Ing duty.
OFFICE APPLIANCE REPAIR val Shipyard, Naval Base, South FAVORITES. Sallies was curious opened for enrollment and it is The Transportation Section bids
SHOP, $1.40 hour. Closes 20 Carolina. anticipated that the enrollment .
to learn just what ,
song pop- farewell to Chief L. H. Slaterwho
May 1948. File with Secretary, I REFRIGERATION MECHANIC ular or semi-classical, was the period' will last approximately two
has his 20
Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners $1.33 per hour: Closes 21 May particular favorite of some Sup- weeks. Nearly 1,000 station em- completed years
I service in the and Is retir
Camp Gordon, Augusta, 1948. File with Recorder Board of plyers. With an ear to the ground ployees already are availing themselves 'I Navy
Georgia. U S. Civil Service Examiners for of the protection under ing. His home is in Chicago. Evidences -
(and the other to a jukebox) here
the U. S. Naval Air Bas these clans, it was stated_ I cf Spring-. C. Howard
REPAIRMAN, OFFICE APPLI- Training are some of the choices: Fans- -
I 1 These p-rote-ct.'ion and T F. Andreu and their two-
ANCE, $2469.24 per year. Closes es, Pensacola, Florida.FIREFIGHTER tine Wright, "Ah, Sweet Mysteryof plans offer toa
20 May 1948. File with Secretary.: I GUARD, $2.- Life"; Audrey Vaughn, "Now family including a husband, wife I tone shoes.
Board of U, S. Civil Service Examiners 469.24 and $2,694.96 per year. Closes Is the Hour"; Flamin' Amy Wil- and all children under 18 years o{.I In the Design Division, Vernon
Camp Gordon, Augusta, 28 May 1948. File with Secre- I mot "Because"; Lucille McDowell age, for $4.50 a month. A single Barefield is back from two weeks
Georgia. tary, Board of U S. Civil Service "Ave Maria" (the Schubertone person may buy the same protec- I military training duty. Mr. Caylor
CRANE GROUNDSMAN, $.77 Examiners for the Volunteer Ordnance ) ; Sue Adams, "King Size tion for $1.80 per month. Complete : was called home because of the
and $.89 per hour. Closes 20 May Works, Chattanooga! Ten- I Papa"; Fred (Blue Moon Kid) I, information concerning the new 'serious illness of his mother. Mr.
1948. File with Executive Sec- nessee. ] Quina "Night and Day" ( very appropriate -announceed : Garth gave a talk on "Theater
retary, Board of U. S. Civil Service RUBBER PRODUCTS MANUFACTURER I ; Dan Sharpe, "Lost in a future.. issue. I Lighting" in Orlando last week in .}
Examiners, Memphis General Depot : AND REPAIRER -- Helper, | Week-end" < it's the sentimentthat -- -- --- connection with the Florida En-
$.83; Junior, 9.95!!; Joulnt' 'mltn, 91.10. checks out tomorrow for New Or-
Memphis 2, Tennessee. and Senior$1.18 per hour. Closes 6 gets him) ; Marvin (Oleo) leans, her home; and Joe Peters gineering Society.. Wedding bells
DRAFTSMAN ( Aeronautical May 1948. File;:I with Secretar.v Boardof Highsmith "Always Chasing Rainbows" and Bob Johnson of Disposal also will ring for Donald Carraway
U. S. Chit Cervlce Examiners Warner < "because it aorta describes Sunday. The bride-to-be is Shirley
Architectural, Civil, Electrical, Air Materiel I Aiea. Robin | check out for a transfer to Wash-
Electronics, Mechanical, Struc- I Air ::;IleMD VVainei Robins: Geoigla. my life" ) ; most everybody, I ington "provided all goes right"I Hartley from Birmingham. They
tural, Topographic, and General) I "Begin the Beguine." I I I they added Phoebe Sapp I will reside at 2795 St. Johns Ave-

$1822 through $3397.20 per an- PARACHUTE-Helper I 'SERVICER, $.83; Junior AND'REPAIRER 9V- NOTES FROM MY LITTLE I len Grlffts, Oretha Daugherty, EJ-I,, nue, this city. Lt. Busbee is still .''J
num. Closes 21 May 1948. File with Journeyman $1.10; Senior, 91-18; and BLACK BOOK. Swan Songs: SarI I i Betty Lotz were initiated into the having trouble with his cat.
Recorder, Board of U. S. Civil Foreman, $1.29 per hour. Closes 6 May ah Deep Adams left last Saturday Eata Bite-a Pie sorority recently (Didn't know he had any-trouble,
Service Examiners for the U. S. J948. File Service with Secretary Examiners Board, Warner of night to join husband Wayne, and are now wearing enough that Is) Helen Boring has a nice
Naval Air Training Bates, Pen- U.Robins S..Clvll Air Materiel Area, Robins Air I who was caught In the NATTCen- I medals and chains to put an ad- suntan to show for a wonderful

2>cola, Florida. I force Base, Warner Robins, Georgia tu transfer; Gladys (Rusty Hart ,(Continued vu race 8), (Continued on rage 8)Page


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'. ______uu.u_ _____u u___ _____ ____ _u_______________ Second Round Of y
,. : < Intra-Mural GolfIs
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'it, INNINGS: Now Underway prioy VE

." : 't-r2: : tAl ; !!lt2rnF113i1 1 cHg:;, The St''und'round of the NAS

&t,, (.Cc t "u__5:,;;) :" I + + nti I'a-mlll'al I golf league got underway i Itj' lean Ollrjant"Sl
ll this week with the Assemblyand
,; _J QiIO( I ,:, .. Repair and ATU's One and I Summer must officially be here
< ''as of May the first White
Two gulf teams still battling it out
I shirts only Strictly a white
t.ii' first place. Though A&R did
collar outfit that is and maya
drop a 43 decision to the Per-
I word to the wise be sufficient.
2+: ai sotmi'1 hnksmen, and ATU's One '
qr and Two took a 3-2 nod from Operations 'I Did you ever notice that when
j ..;I; fig any one of the "Pinochle" crowd
the teams are still bunched -
together I has a watch there is always at
least three people standing the
A new system of scoring was I duty. No shortage of watch stand-
ustalled at the golf shack priort I I
ers there and the game goes
? tht opening of the second leg of I
on far into the night Wonder
i the tournament, and all results I where Ruth Levere got the two
c cL have not been tabulated as yet. Marines the other nite' Leave us
aj4 Bet'ause of this, no standings were be
not o e-way about the man sit-
available this week.
t uation, Pete but, then, the
The most surprising showing of ,more the merrier Seems a gangof
.. ; the season was made this week guys and gals from "ye ole reservation
when a scrappy VM team came" took over at the Chicken

through with a 15-0 win over In- Shack last Sunday eve Bet
: : -ptction in the first bracket of there were lots of "birds and bis-
th match. The rest of the matchwas cuits" consumed. and oh! the
set back to a later date. In check! Could buy a private chicken
a L l' the only other match of the day, farm and go into business ourselves -

I : Commissary took a 1-0 win from The same crowd went "a
4 NARTL in the first bracket I boating on a moonlight nite and

.. *:\i Y ATU :Four and Five will play I we hear the water was fine .
:+v r Ordnance and Gunnery at a later ,,, but slightly damp. You can ruin
SllTIVss CIVILIAN SOFT1JAHLI! team entered the Jacksonville Recreation Softball
in League, :
more I. D. and liberty cards that
"' a won its initial game last Thursday, 9 to 3, against the Florida Watchniak at the Stadium dIamond. : .
I way
The Supplvus ottinalh opened their season when Coindi. Ralph M. Humes Supply and Accounting I date.WAVES I I
Officer tossed in the first ball to start the game. Team members, pictured above with Comdr. Humes "The Hagans" have a house on
) and C. Whitaker first deft to A U, F \VKountree Combat I the base now, so we can drop in -
(kneeling manager, are row t right) Fralev. Coby, Mendel ,I I
W. Royal, .J. Turner, and H. White; back row, I deft to right) F. Woods, I. Tate E. Rodeil- I some time to visit 'Course you
lat, R. Brown J. Wright R. Stillwell, J. Edwards, and E. VVhitaker Other team members, not shown, : Spring Fever i may have to fight your way
through numerous amounts
are W. Peal son and J. VV oo musicians. Randy's husband is a
i With AthleticsNow .I "horn blower," you know .

Seek Personnel For LT. MOORE RELIEVES LT. SHILLINGAS that spring is here in full I There haven't, weddings been, or any anything new like romances -

force the NAS WAVES are to
fires or other mishaps in our vicinity
New Seabee Reserve I their in all sorts of athletic '
ears just routine or
LEGAL OFFICER FOR AIR STATION activities Classes of some kind are 'I.I
I could be that people are holding
Unit In JacksonvilleRecruiting ''I' being held almost every day of the out on your reporter No news
-- .__ week for the gals in blue I
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is so
Lt Howard N. Moore as- good news, they say
to reach authorized I
following her commissioning as an I "Splash" classes are being held I lots of good news to you all
strength is now underway for the sumed the duties of NAS Legal -! ensign on 17 September 1942 I by Skipper Edge at the indoor pool I

newly-formed Organized C. B. Reserve Officer today, relieving Lt. I A member of the District of i every Tuesday from 1830 to 1930 --
teaches the sport of tennis to all
Unit 7-2 in Jacksonville, it Columbia Bar, she attended Wellesley for non-swimming WAVES. On ,
was announced this week by Lt Katherine E. Shilling who was College, Wellesley, Mass., Monday, Wednesday and Friday, girls interested in the game.

Comdr J. B. Thomas, Unit Commanding assigned to duty in the Officeof II and'received her LLB degree from Skip holds conditioning classes be- t On top of all this, there will be
Officer The new Seabee the George Washington Universityin tween 1745 and 1815. I beginners: golf lessons later in the

outfit has a complement of five officers the Judge Advocate Gen- Washington D. C. She is expected Then on Wednesdays. from 1830to season.

and 40 enlisted men. eral Washington, D. C. The to leave the station tomorrow 1930 Hermania Rump takes I And we thought that spring wasa

Ratings In all Seabee categories new Legal Officer arrived at over the instructing duties and time for siestas. and such!
are open, as well as general service --
billets such and I NAS Jacksonville on 19 April _
stoiekeeper The unit meets Thursday but did not officially take over' __ _

evenings at 2000 in the Naval until today. ,
Reserve Training Center on the Prior to his assignment here. Lt .r3e y 9 -fff '
Southside, located at the foot of Moore served the Office of the .Kr Z: :

Hendricks Avenue. Judge Advocate General in Wash I

, Former Seabees can enter the Ington. He first entered the Navy
reserve unit with the same rate in January 1942, and attended the
they held at time of discharge regardless midshipman school at Notre Dame,
"" of the length of time they South Bend, Indiana. Receiving his
, have been separated. Members receive commission in March, 1943, he en- a
a full day's pay in their rate tered training as a Scout and
for every two-hour drill period attended Raider Officer and then was assigned -
While attendance at every to duty as Amphibious
drill is not mandatory, it was emphasized I Scout Officer aboard the I"St.
that the unit is only seek- Tattnal. He was awarded th i L
ing personnel who are interested Bronze Star Medal for his part M '9
enough to be present for all training cipation In the invasion of Southern -

drills. France.
I Before entering the Navy, he attended -
., .,-- the University of Louisiana -
Get Circus Tickets' Southwest Missouri Stat.
I' Teachers College, and the University -
At Ship's Service of Arkansas Law School

Tickets: for the Jacksonville Lt. Shilling reported aboard
Jaycee Hippodrome Thrill Circus NAS on 27 September 1916 She
now appearing at the Gator I served as Assistant Legal Officer t .ir
'I under Lt. Comdr. Drew Martin,
Bowl, are on sale at both
Mainside and Hospital Ship succeeding him on 15 December re ,

Serv'ice. The last show is scheduled 1947. She reported here from New'
for Saturday night. Orleans, La, where she served a-- c\
-S Servicemen In uniform may Officer in Charge of the Sepatatx! !
purchase tickets for 50 cents Center. She also served as O-in-('

Adult admission is $1.:50 an I of the Officers Records and C.'n-i 1 '1 '
tickets for children up to 1'2years :! tral Office and the SepCen at ,
: air 60 n'lltS. Memphis, Lt Shilling attend the
WAVES Officer School!
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''Y 1"e 'Fe l Tilt: I S .1Ft MOBILE NIT paid a VISit to =Ns ,Ja' k".I1\i Ik 1 I\: st week to acquaint personnel

here, -"tn toe s','" /"I\I'I'e} i nisis' atailshle'throtigh the, Armed 1 Forces In titut.' at 1tlllllOn'Is-

c msu,, IleS" I : A 'rue/ \\1'111\1 i =N4:S Ein Htlfll! Ofti/ iii.111'AC'l'apt.t1.r, I j :: I, Ml]..i: Ofh./-II1-Charge/ .
fit the I I'"t" .nw> iss! :he t pr"'J i< l't( \\ h,!le C'pi. L, J. j\htdci"11 and A. F b t t\e, AL'!I. ether! 11.l'mb.'rs of

the I'i t ""t alel' 1 l."k on i .

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LTan$ Two-Day Stop Here

: Jacksonville -- -
SAS: was included I
the LSAFI Mobile Unit's itin-
11\ along the route.According The Unit headed for the Marine
iaiv last week when the course-
ammed trailer made a two-day I to WAC Captain M. base at Parris Island following its
slipover here On Thursday, the I D. Allen, who is in charge of the atop at Jax. It came to NAS Jack

1 colorful 1<, trailer was parked just Unit four-man complement, NAS sonville and Green Cove Springs
11\ front of Mainside Ship's Service, I, stayed right up with all other na- I from the Turner Air Force Base at

snit on Friday, it was parked I val establishments in the numberof Albany, Georgia
rtimd the hangar area applicants for USAFI courses The purpose of the trip is to aid
The Mobile Unit began its na- Naval personnel always seem to in the educational program of

u..n-widt. tour a lew months ago, be more interested in correspondence USAFI and to familiarize all personnel
.. stalling from Madison, Wisconsin, courses than other service- \ with the workings of the
the home of the United States' men and women the said. Institute. Personnel who were not
JT HOW'Allll N, MOOHK new NAS Legal Ofrlt *.> talk over Armed Forces Institute. Since its Since the start of the tour, the able to talk over the program with

some 01 'the problems facing him with Lt Katherine E. Shilling, departure, the ted, white and blue Mobile Unit has enrolled more than Capt. Allen can take advantage of
his predecessor Probably the only WAVE Legal Officer in the field, : van has touted over 3,000 miles, i 1,700 persons in various courses. the courses feted by' the last! ,
Lt. Shilling will be detached tomorrow and will report tor duty in !I displaying its courses to military The van carries 3,000 complete tute through the fetation Educa-
the JAG office in Washington. (Personnel on duty at military bases I courses covering 400 subjects. tion Office in BUlg. i 54,

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THE JAX- A YY FLIER baseball nine turned in its best performance T ....... .. ,
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of the 1948 season last Saturday afternoon at Mason Field "L-\..:: ; r.!,,"l'. S:7, ;; ';'-'''=--g--:,_\. ;,.".",:": :="' .J
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when the local aggregation topped the Pepsi-Cola team, 13-5. The =. "-.. . ,W' ...4Q.. -.. .-a. :: .., ......-- late.Ml.Ml1 .;' :.;.-K_ :s .
Mh 11A 31Qi.+WNtA,11R R' ww.t\rP sin aF.'" i
Fliers came up with two home runs, two double plays, and some fine 1SwAr1., r ri1RIEi,PM PMl6t '0 yA.raCr =::Nt V K W v. .
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base-running in racking up their eighth win. (Top left) Here is an

overall shot of the playing field in the second inning of the game. (Top

right) Pitcher Ted Winarski of the Fliers gets ready to throw one in

to third baseman Roy Tucker of the Pepsi-Cola team. The catcherIs

Ken Werner (Bottom right) Flier outfielder Don Wyman races

<<.. ,.,.,.y ,,'. ,..a w e ,. laS
across the plate with the first Flier run in the first inning, while Pepsi- ,<. "
Cola catcher Bob Stephens waits for the throw to the plate.
r r
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I Fliers Dump Pepsi-Cola. And Orlando -

Lose To NAS Norfolk In Past Week '

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The NAS Flier baseball ------ -- --------
ing his first appearance in a Flier Norfolk yesterday afternoon and hit four walks, two fielders' choices The Fliers topped their second
squad suffered its sixth defeat uniform Stllchen held the power- are scheduled to journey to Green and two errors Pepsi-Cola tied straight game from the OrlandoAir
of the 1918 season ful Norfolk bats to four runs in Cove Springs today to take on the it up in the first of the second only Force Base last week at Mason : .
against eight wins Tuesday the last six innings of the game. Bullets in the third meeting be- I to see the Fliers go into the lead .' Field by taking a thrilling 10-
But he was greatly overshad- tween the teams Jim Daley is ex- again in the latter part of the 9 win from the visitors. Bob Gates
afternoon at :Mason: Field owed by Joe Gorsci of Norfolk pected to pitch for the Fliers. inning. raced across the plate with the
when a slugging NAS Norfolk who limited the Fliers to only sev- Flier Top 1'epsi-Cola Bill Crane opened the Inning winning run in the last of the ninth
nine ran rampant over en scattered hits, one a homer by Playing heads up ball for nine with a walk, and Dick Newport after an error by Bill Casteel, Orlando -
the locals to score an over- catcher Ken Werner in the eighth complete innings, the Fliers scoreda I singled him to third. Newport stole 1 pitcher.
inning. He fanned eight opponentsover 13-5 victory over the PepsiColanine 'second and then Crane scored after | Jim Daley took over the hurling
14-2 win. The visitors
whelming the nine-inning distance. from Jacksonville at Mason a long fly to left by John Beina- duties for the Fliers in the sev-
connected for 14 safetiesto "Ace" Woolbright started for :Field Saturday Ted Winarski II man. Daryl Shaw was hit by a >! enth inning alter Orlando had taken -
win their fourth game of the Fliers but was relieved in the went all the way for the locals, pitched ball, and then Ray Ange- I the lead with a six-run outburst *
the campaign. second Inning by Ted Winarski after giving up only six hits in hangingup lucci singled across two runs. | He received credit for the
a four run uprising. Winarski his first win of the season. i That was the ball game, but i: win, his third of the season
The Norfolk team shelled two in turn gave way to Stilchen in the The Fliers sewed the game up 'Newport connected for an insur- I Trailing 9.5 in the last of thd
NAS hurlers from the mound dur- third frame. in the last of the first inning when I ance home run in the eighth, and I eighth, the Fliers managed to tie
ing: the slugfest and finally were I''I The Fliers were slated to play they made up a one-run deficit I Angelucci hit a three-run round I the score when they combined tw>
topped by Johnny Stllchen, mak- the second and final game with and scored five runs on only one tripper also:! in the eighth. i I hits, two walks, and an error for

four runs. Then in the ninth.

. Jax Fighter At Great Lakes i Gates pinch-hitting for Frank
Torrey, walked to start the inning.
Daley laid down a perfect sacri
r rn..f bunt to advance Gates to sec
ond and then Casteel tried to pick
k. '.,tates off base, threw wild into .
,enter field, and Gates came all the
way around.

r' k ky Dick: Newport led the Fliers. col.
i4 1 lecting four hits in as many trips
driving in four runs, and scoring
twice himself .

h 5 SS Tony Gezeli started for the Fli-
; ers but was shelled from the box
55' 55 in the seventh inning after pitching .
fine ball in the first six.
Js .

5 5 5So Tigers Meet Jax

r7 Hawks SaturdayOn
P tP

t Mat DiamondThe

7t w
9 >Pro NAS Tiger baseball team
*" 1 ; y PY A 'A III svunff into action again thin
"-.ti( m flay afternoon when the 16i -
.'!.,: tl i "lored nine takes on the pow-
I k' t'\ : ?; t Hi,. mat area at 1400. Bill Turner .
the I i- 'xpei Tigers( ted to toe the mound for

> -' '" HIwthe poor Tiger showing
l. in the opening game a week ago
,. }<: : ;:. :: ': : .'- Coach Tommy White has been try.
lot # .. .. -.V.i: .1' ,.:. .....it, "' : ing to revamp his line-up. For the
i4 ,1!_""<....1 ._...... : -: '.t-o. past week, practices have been
PHIL OOERISII OF TilE U.S.S. HANK hits the canvas with a thump following a hard left to the jaw by Pat Patterson, Jax-Navy mainly confined in trying nut dif
11l1j.f1ewe.l'ht, at the recent trl-dUtrict boxing tournament at Great Lake, 111. Patterson dropped Goertah again later in the champion- I ferent combinations at key positions .
.. 11 nl, itch but still lost a clone decision to hU opponent. OoerUh was the Eighth Naval District champion and. by virtue of his wino in an attempt to fuse together
lJ ," l' I' t ,< -. n. wiU battle in the All-Navy finals at Balboa Stadium, San I1tg0 Calif., next month a snlooth-working nine.,





29 April 1948 SPORTS JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven ..



I.. -" '- ,., 'rl" ,,' .
FIFTEEN TEAMS FIGHTING FOR : Four-Ball Golf -_._ .: / : ,I

._ .
EARLY LEAD IN SOFTBALL RACEThe Finals Slated '-? V <::

NAS intra-mural softball league broke from the i W'N. r ..L4'1 :

barrier last week and after rounding the first turn, settled : Next Week l .. "' ..-' : :' \,

down to what looks like one of the tightest intramuralraces -
Lt. B M. Jones Lt. ::
I I ijgl I and ) & k
in the history of the station. Fifteen teams swung into ''Cjgl< ) Jack Jones will me<'t Chiefs '" ,,.
action in the first two rounds of play in an attempt to takea Rex Jackson and Bob Thiel next t',"-JI'y" _- :: ":
quick lead in the race for the championship.Last week to decide the All-Station Ii ./ : -. :T' 1:,
Wednesday, the Blue I _. -.---- four-ball golf championship. Both I --
League opened its season with the : through with a thrilling 13-12 win teams were crowned champions of
classy Assembly and Repair nine over' IATU, Dispensary bowed to their respective divisions this week I I By Doug Crocket
topping the Hospital squad, 8-6. the Marines, 7and Flag Unit and the play-off for the station I
The fighting Parachute Loft came downed the scrappy VM aggregation crown is expected to be a tight I Wall Street, April 29 (Exclusive to Jax Air News-The)

i 128. one.Jones I i biggest thing to hit the Bulls and Bears'of Wall Street since
and Jones put the clincher -
On Thursday, the Gold League the crash struck the this when
I 1929: exchange early morning
ocal Wrestlers celebrated the opening of its on the Officer Division diadem
season with Supply taking a 10-5 : by beating Lt. Lucky and Lt.I I I Shrudlu's Mothballs began a steady climb and, in the short
i verdict from NARTU, Inspection I Hunter five up and four to play space of two hours, eclipsed any previous gain set in the
Contribute To : beating NATS, 8-5, and NAMTD last week in the finals. B. M. Jones I market. Brokers tore their hair out by the handfulls as the
j shot an 82 and Jack Jones
I trouncing Ordnance and Gunnery, chippedin
Shrudlu stock kept climbing ever higher and thousands of
120. with an 84 to top their oppon-
Navy Victory !I I' i prospective buyers pleaded for just one share. The reason
I Then, on Monday, the Blue ents.Chiefs
League went into action once more I Jackson and Thiel played for the amazing buying spree and upward spiral was said to

John Godek and Charles Thomas : when A&R won its second game superb golf all the way Tuesday -:, be the mass discharge of two-year men from the United
to take four and three
by beating Parachute Loft 118. In up States Observers that thousands of sailors
two members of the station to play victory from the team of Navy. predicted
the other of the day Hos- "
wrestling team currently workingout Scott and Faller in winning the were rushing to "put their blues in mothballs.
pital toppled Flag Unit, 18-7, the
for a shot at the Olympics. i't Marines outscored IATU, 10-1, and enlisted men's title. The final' And what has all this got to do with a sports column?

kept right in stride last week at I Dispensary clubbed VM, 8-2, .: to match Jackson was anti-climatic and Thiel's semi-final however .I To coin a phrase from our favorite sleuth, "It's elementary,

the National Senior A.A.U. Wrest- | The Gold League played its sec- I match when they upset the heav- I Doctor Watson, elementary". Of the group of white hats now

Championships at Hofstra ond games Tuesday afternoon but 'I ily-favoied MacDonald and Etter I I racing out into civilian life, there are many, many men who
College in New York. Both |I the results were too late for this combination, three and two.
boys the hallowed
fields in this man's
i once graced playing Navy.And .
edition. The Blue teams went into I
took fourths in their : .
respectivedivisions Gulf Team Lose.The .
to contribute to the action again yesterday, and the I Jax-Navy golf team was decisively though things may be looking rosy for our old friend
Gold League will see its members I ''Buford Shrdlu far from in the
;Navy team's onesidedictory.. | beaten on the local links they certainly are bright
The Navy squad composed I play ance of today the in season.their third appear-I last Saturday when the Universityof sports picture at NAS Jacksonville.

mainly of All-Navy wrestling | The standings as of Monday Miami squad took a 29-16 vic Every major sport here has been hit hard by the mass
champions took two first I' from the
( places tory Jax-Navy aggrega
night: Some of the athletes
departure. most outstanding to
one third place, and three fourths I tion. The Miami first bracket took wear
to cop the team championship over I IU.UE LEAGUE 4'j points from the Jacksonville the spangles of the station are now firmly entrenched in
Oklahoma A & M. Cornell. Iowa, I AR Team \V 2 I.0 first bracket which also scored 413 civilian life. And if you don't believe it, then just look down
and the New York A. C. squads. Marine 3 0 points. In the second bracket how- the list.
Godek took fourth in the 160- Hospital 1 1 I ever, John P. Mandly and Albert
pound class and Thoma took a Dispensary Pal'achuteLon' 1 1 1 1 Bessalink of Miami captured 8'j In the fall sport of football, discharges have taken Jack
fourth by beating a former national Hag. Unit: 1 1 points while the locals' second Mancos, All-Navy halfback for the past two years ; M. C.
heavyweight i' lampion. IVTU 0 :2 bracket scored only >:a. Harden and John Pawloski, two sterling ends ; and Dick Jensen -
Both VM 0 2 In the Miami fourth
intht" addition
boys are now competing
Olympic tryouts to decide the GOLD LKAGUR bracket took a clean sweep from All-Navy guard. And there are many more who are just
United States entries at London Supply 1 niwt Ion 1 1 0 o the Navy outfit to score nine more about ready to check out for the separation center.

this summer. NAMTD 1 0 markers. Jack Harvey and George And then a quick look at the 1947-48 basketball team
CPU Club 0 0
Duncan the station's fifth bracket -
NARTU 0 1 shows us that Henningsen Doc Johnson Neil Ensign Jim
Cincinnati was the first major managed to take six points to
league team to pay its players. I Ordnance NATS and Gunnery 0 0 1 1 I Miami's three, and Scott and Fal- DeGroote, Bill Scott, and Charles Kerr either have left the
I -- __"_un 'ler took five to Miami's four but station or ileave\\ before the beginning of next week.

i I the visiting Hurricanes had too And while we're still in the winter
I large a lead to overcome.A sports, we may as
t 15-man golf team "from the : well look at the boxing roster. Gone from the station ring

j station links is expected to leave I wars are such battlers as Eddie DeCore, Richard Casciano,
the station tomorrow for Fort I IBenning Dick Eckmanian, Dick Polak, Bill Duschene, and Joe Steiner.
The team is scheduled to I In addition Aaron Garcia Bob Meyers Lou Iannini Bob
s play the Fort Benning squad onSaturday. ,
Bustos, and Hickie llignola all have been transferred to other
,, stations.

{ I And, of course, the 1947: baseball team is just about
Opening Day
Players like Chuck Hereford Ed
.Ii gone. Ralph Christy, Guy-
THE NAS Intra-Mural soft- ton, Buzzer Hayes, and Wally Hages have been dischargedsince
.:I ball league got underway last I
: the end of last season.
i,7\ week on of the station's
"i diamonds many and, from all indica- I But NAS Nn't i the only station to ]lose some of its most

tions, the 1918 season may turnout I colorful athletes. The situation exists in every nook and
to be one of the best in the I cranny of Uncle Sam's fleet, so the future local squads ill

history of NAS JacksonvUle. be giving nothing away. And though the future campaign

One of the the Gold featuro openinggames last I may not boast the quality they have in the past, ;you can bet
; in League
Thursday was between NATS jour bottom sheckel that every man on the field will be giving

and Iiis| .-cllonsw i >n by In- I his all for his team-and that's no Shrudlu, mate!
v|>ction, 86. (Itelim) Robert
I - --- -----
u Baxter, NATS infielder, takes a

vicious swing at the pillowballin Chief Gushanas Will Coach
Mw? ...... vain as catcher Jim Woods
: : of Inspection gets ready to
:+.\:;:: block the ball. The umpire is 1948 WAVES Softball TeamChief
George Bomfa. (Left) Bill Ratti-
gan of NATS races across first Pete Cushanas was of- -- --..--
:: : base to late to beat the throwto ficially appointed head coach of I
.vT Inspection's first sacker, the 1918 WAVES softball team I II Top Honors Go To
Vince Seeley.p this week by the Physical Training -
-., j Department. Gushanas coached I Mrs. Gantt In Club'sTombstone
____ .OO!' ." __ _' "',"Y" .-. the most recent edition of the
.. ,.
; : : WAVES basketball squad which : Tourney
I : won the Jacksonville Girl's League
,. hoop bunting for the first time in I Mrs. C C. Gantt walked off
the history of the station last with top honors in the Tombstone
winter.A ''Tournament of the Golf Group of
year ago Gushanas aided the ', the Officers' Wives Club last'
WAVE softball cause somewhat week at the station course by com-
although he never was actually assigned 'I pleting ten holes in the given 71
to coaching duties. He will strokes. She was followed by Mrs.
have plenty of talent to work with I IT. Quillman who finished nine
this season, having a larg ,jaum- holes and made five strokes on
ber of returnees from last year. In I the tenth hole before she reached
addition, he has been blessed with 71.
i'the appearance of a newcomer to Mrs. Kelly Mrs. Gray, Mrs
the WAVES sport scene Dottie Jones Mrs. Dunn, Mrs. Grego,
I Zielin. who has shown up very well)) i Mrs. Kirkendall and Mrs. Mat-
I I Jin recent practices. zick all finished nine holes before
The WAVES have not accomp- reaching 71 to tie for third place
rrM lished too much in their few prac- I Mrs. Berg who completed eight,
+ tices thus far this season, but Mrs. Sima, who completed seven
Gushanas expects to speed up the I and Mrs. Beers who completed -
practice program from now until '!six, brought up the rear.
the opening clash on 10 May. To | Tomorrow is guest day for all
4 t date, the local gals have concentrated members of the group. Each must
on the primary funda- bring at least one guest to qualify
mentals of the game, but tonight for the guest day tourney which
they will start on the more ad- >'I will get underway about lOW, according .

a i. ,s >'&. .. # a. vanced stages of the sport. I ; to club officials.

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By Hough tfcTPJTP? ,. . -- ,
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STRONGHOLD by Donald Barr t

4 Chidsey is a lusty tale of two s.-a- _
I faring men of a hundred years ago
( i Hab Junes and John Rellison pil-
1 otcd ships to Montauk in defiance

t I '
j in a foreign port and Hab was impressed -
into theme British navy but
mad.- his l'scape.vht'n they met MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

I again in their home town there was I
i conflict. This Is an exciting tory Mo\i4: \\'Iekdal'v-l')30 and '000) ; heck-eras.-1ii0< : and 2000.Till ,
of adventure and romance by the 'KSDAY
author of "Panama Passage "OLD LOS ANGELES", with W, ElUott.

i FICTION contains thirty storiesof DANCE, Station Band Starts at 2030.SATURDAY .

adventure into the future. In
these stones, men travel at the KIDDIE SHOW at 1330 "TIMBER STAMPEDE", with Ck> ri:;"'
speed of light and cross the boun- O'Brien. Feature, "ADVENTURES 0(<' CASANOVA", Btarrtttg Arturo -
daries of time and dimension. Robots DeCordova.
and strange, alien races min SUNDAY'
gle with men, sometimes in har- "ADVENTURES OF CASANOVA", starring Arturp D Cordov*,
mony, sometimes in death strug I .MONDAY' .

gle. The world of these stories Is muller"TARZAN.. AND THE MERMAIDS", featuring Johnny WH4-
Nov one of unlimited atomic power and
interplanetary travel.In I TUESDAY AND: WEDNESDAY'
"I'm lolling you for the last time lilt( U the Cooks anu "I REMEMBER MAMA", starring Irene Dunne.
Bakers Compartment." his foreword to AMERICAN I
----- --- ----- ----------- JUNIOR
Childs, Joseph C. Grew writes:
Inside PublicContinued Supply SalliesContinued "The decade which lies ahead will I ( open to enlUted personnel and dependents as well an officer)
undoubtedly be the most important 'I .shows tart al 2000.

( from J>al'l"t) ( from Page 4)) in the history of the Foreign I TIITUSDAY AM' TKIDAY

week-end spent at the Beach.In Service of the United States." This 'THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI. featuring Rita Havworth
miral to shame Incidentally book is of value to students of government '. SATURDAY
NAS Maintenance, C. G. Porter Phoebe just loves her coffee nowadays and to men and women "TIMBER, STAMPEDE", with George O'Brien.
Plumbing Shop, launched his interested In Service SUNDAY'
Foreign careers -
The ,
p a system pro
Hew boat "Pain-in-the-Neck" last The author has had a distinguished "ARTHUR TAKES OVER", with L. Collier.MONDAY .
week. Instead of breaking a bottle -I grams are the very best e\'er- career in the service AM TUKSDAY:"

of champagne, he dented a can the variety, choice, and versions I I himself and in his book gives a "ADVENTURES OF CASANOVA", starring Arturo DeCordov,
bf beer. He used a can 'cause he on the records: being selected in the !', picture of American Foreign Service WKDNKSDAY; :

tiidn't want to waste the beer by best of taste. Thin Incidentally, i j i from almost every conceivable "TARZAN AND THE MERMAIDS", featuring Johnny WeM-.
breaking a bottle At the Bond I I. angle In addition, he has in- i muller.
is some more of the good work j
meeting last week, Tom Cowan I I eluded a brief analysis of the British
Was squatting on the floor, leaning I your entertainment fund committee and French foreign services. j OTHER EVENTS

on a wall plug. It burned him and abetted helps substantiate those aided and 'I BROTHER VAN by Alson Jesse LINGO 1'AKTYEvery Thursday at 2000 at Navy Wives Clubhouse -
his pants Of course, this broke up I by nice discjockeysback 'Smith is a colorful biography of i in Dewey Park. .
in other
the meeting for about 15 minutes activities this fund 1 one of the most dynamic personalities HOX1NG For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
while everyone had a good laugh. I supported by of the pioneer West. Wil- Comdr A. J. Rubino, extension 593.
Otis Owens posts a monthly report ,
The speaker said he has affected of the blood ( Must be '1 I ham Wesley Van Orsdel goes ttl' MAINMDL LOtNUL&: o'lJH:l'ly the Reception Center, located in
people in a lot of ways before but some mistake. Sallies money so rarely preach the gospel in the pleasuremad the South wing of Building No. 955>>, is open to NAS personnel amt.

had never gotten one that hot. hands out compliments) Understand ',: Montana Territory. From the their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily Available for wedding receptions -
4 Guess he's the hottest bond salesman Comdr Humes' charadeof i I day of his arrival when the town's by arrangement with Weltare Officer. Combination radlo-pho-
I I largest saloon closed the bar while available for of all hands.
on the base) In the Electric Mother Goose at the Skeet Club : nograph use
Shop, the department was sorrv recently was hilarious. Long'I! he conducted an hour of hymn L1BRAKY-Located on second desk; of Mainside Recreation Building -
to learn that A L. Stonebanks' week-end coming up in May: the singing, Brother Van was made j No 3, Open from 1200 to 'JOOO Monday through Friday. Saturday
welcome in every ranch house and and Sunday from 1300 to 170tSWIMMING ,
mother passed last week and
away comes on Sunday, so the Government -
I mining camp. The book contains -Outdoor Pool. Daily Monday through Friday IOio )<)
Frank Ironmonger lost his grand observes the 31st .
I many of the legends which ar,' 1730 Saturday 1000 to 1800 1215 1800.
: Sunday- to
There is still
mother. Cathy Johnson went to a time to see the Jay-
told of his valor kindness, and ro GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset dally. Saturday and Sunday -
formal dance at the Armory Saturday 'I cee Thrill Circus, and tickets are
bust sense of humor. from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
on sale out here. .
night. Mrs. Perkins had her JI'Rn'ilt'Y .
pdn, daughter-in-law, and granddaughter and Sailor Payne (she Is BeulahVtse's trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
from Gainesville \ sister) in Disbursing are l.'HOltAOFOpe" daily to enlisted: personnel (with liberty
spend SccJVav Approves cords and uniform of the 1730 to 2300.
planning tie the nuptial knot day ), Located south of Mason
the week-end with her. Geff Mims
Jean Field, Dancing every Wednesday night with the Air Station Band.TENNIS .
told if he didn't soon. recently appeared on In Dress
was quit coming Changes
the special WOBS broadcast that -Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training
home from the Club
Normandy so No. 72G.
: caters to "Interesting people" Blue EM Uniforms Building
late, his wife would probably
Lucille Cotton in Fiscal wants NUItSL'KY-Sponsored by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 110L
knock his teeth out with a rolling Hours: Monday through I'nday-0700 to 2100 Saturday-0700 to
;:, Supply-ers to attend one of the I i iI i Three major changes in the enlisted ;
pin some night. Guess she caughtup j regular Bingo parties held at Post dress blue uniform, recom-I 0100 Sunday morning. Hates, Hourly-23 cents for one child; 10 cents
with him 'cause, sure nuff, he I 137 every Monday night. She guarantees mended by the Uniform Board, for each additional child; Card-$8 for one child; $10 for two children;
was out last week getting his teeth 1 you'll come back again. The '(' have been approved by the Secretary -, and $11 for throe or more children; Dally (for working mothers)-$1
fixed. Jimmie Merkle built a playpen of the Navy. Mom 0700 to 1800.
Post is located on Lake Shore and I
for his baby and his dog San Juan. i The new dress blues will have IIOHIIY SHOP-Located in Bldg. 913, Open daily from 1700 t<>
Found out he couldn't keep eitherIn -- hip and slash side pockets in the 2100 and 1300 to 2100 on Saturdays. Closed Sundays. Facilities and
for the baby crawled over it her i trousers and will have a fly frontin equipment for all hobbies.
and the dog dug under it W. C | In the Housing Unit Barbara place of the broadfall type now MODKL AIRPLANE' SIIOP-Room 13, Bldg. 913. Regular Hobby

Brumbaught spent a nice week- Faulkner had a birthday Saturdayand I used. The present buttoned cuffs Shop houis.MODiL.
end in St Augustine Mary Rodg- I spent the day in bed with an on the jumper will be replaced by I KACU CAR SIIOP-Room 15, Bldg. 913. Regular Hobby

trs' mother spent the week with infected eye. coat !style 81t t'\'es. Shop hours
-- l'1I010GHAI'IIY (fT.I'llP.irim S, Ul.lp913.-. _Meets__ n_ mThuisdays. ->- 1030


CENTER602 West Adams
above Lane Drug Store, one block west of Navy Bus Station.
Y I Free use of recreation room, wilting room, music room, checkroom :
and shower facilities. Light refreshments available at snack
I bar Open from 12 noon to 12 midnight
DUPLICATE BRIDGE: TOURNAMENTS: :: every Friday night at
pr; cI 2000( Open to the public. Naval personnel cordially invited. 3521 St.

; :: ,.m ; s Johns Avenue. Playing fee $,7;'. Telephone Remlinger. 2-0013, for resrvations -
,,,,, .. ? ? and information. .
IIO>riTALITY CENTER for servicemen and young people at
Union Congiegational Church, 2:16V.: Church Street ( between Ho-
Kiti ant Julia i, \eiy Saturday night, 2000 to 2300. Dancing, pin.-
I'1: posit: ;. taol games ringing, etc. /

: ; -

Only Eleven bays Bake Sale Nets .

11 I Left Till Opening Navy Wives $18 ;

: Of Tennis Tourney Bingo TonightThe

: 1 I With only' eleven days: left before I Bake Sale staged by th!
the All-Station\ tennis: tournt -
: Navy Wives Club last at
;: v on 10 flay, candidates; for the Friday
NAS: net team are really buckling 'the Hospital Ship's Service netted

down to work on the 'ariolltI : : approximately $18 for the

I ouit. Coat Doc O'Reilly is hoping club's Welfare Fund it was announced -
yy to include some doubles coin-
by club official this ...
in, tition in the station champion- ,
-lups and, for that reason, has week: The next regular&, monthly
i b<'i'11 urging any and all racketeers business meeting of the club will

"I chiefthe tournament. be held in the clubhouse at 1100,

irtitally, certain to enter the 6 May.
St t ,id m-wide Bobllihn .
( competition are ,
\ It was revealed that an *->T
: \ i, Keith Bailey Gordon Eld-
IIIPI': Doc O'Reilly, Hel'lnania1IlI11P jackpot will be offered at the Biat:
: Ellen Messer, all candi- go game tonight at the clubhouo\
S dtl..i I for the varsity team in Dewey: Park. Thot..ll! also' l h'
v-- !\ili. "' __ _. ':""11I,._ JII
ONI: 01 I 1111.:4)'I'I rori I r. vi I: I I'''" I I ..,I' ,-5t: ''I' .; 11!, : 'J 1! it.; uri i < It ti Ii,i 'i i r'- I i lie tourney should contact O'Reilly eight dollar nut.,eiy .i .

( '.f\;,' .1-i ',, ,''. .! i H '1\\ "I ,I' I) ,I I" J" ',,1 t >>> Ill. '"MI"M ,i' 'i i'ibst' .intlII\ i li i' I in.'l' at the. Dentil ;Sutioii ot the l MM Finui And t.! -11n" hi. lf-t\,
jut, (! ,>ri -t"1" i' : ,"I.I I t"". ,1It' ;l 1',1, ( I (I, II" beuy:: <4->d,1 l I at r, l III, i' 1 prif-M. Her1" :\tr.i F. P. I llispensly' 01 it tho' M.u in iilr ppoiute'i ( tl'III: lntll; lit t t II";",. ",ante,
I. hmanll anl,i -.. 'M, J :um!>;, kit, null| MI J UIII' p, Clark with daughloM Janet, dad Carol take ach'an- tennis > "mi1-' i al Iri:;:so (lining )ttcI hot':mse >u the tia, .i-:,1 i i' of i rmet
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