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: May 13, 1948
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Vol 6-No. 7 13 May 1948

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 7th Naval District
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Station Lags In ''' "'' '''"_. ...... _._ :r .. Navy Nurses Will

Current Security Celebrate 40th

Loan Bond DriveNAS Birthday Today

Is Also Behind I Observance Of Date

Many Other StationsIn I Brings Many Messages

Payroll Savings Of CongratulationsForty
4 j

Despite NAS leadership )in \' 4 4. I years ago today, the

athletics, charitable fund I Navy Nurse Corps was estab-

drives, and many other fields, : ished by an Act of Congressas
the station is lagging behind
N # an integral unit of the
in the current Security Navy. The action to create a

Loan Drive and employee nurses' organization within

participation in the payroll the naval service came as a

savings program, it was revealed g ;. result of the persistent ef-

this week.In \f. forts of the Surgeon Generalat

a recent letter to the Commanding : that time, Rear Admiral P.
Officer. Rear Admiral M. Pixie.
A. M. Pride Chief of the Bureauof .
Today not resting on their lau
Aeronautics pointed out that I rels, the corps under the direction .
air stations are below the Navy
of its Superintendent
in the Cap.
average payroll savings
tam Nellie J. DeWitt, is markingthe
plan. In addition, a percentage
40th anniversary of its
tabulation of the participation by
ation by doing the
very thingsfor
Naval Air Stations shows that
which it was created-caring
NAS Jacksonville stands 14th on
for the sick and of this
the list, with 33.6 per cent of Navy.
the employees enrolled in the plan
While results of the big 15-30 Down from their wartime
April campaign to boost participation a<. strength of more than 11.000,
among military and civilian _.._ .._ I Navy Nurses, "The White Task;
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personnel here in the allot- TODAY MAItKS T1IK 40TII anniversary of the Navy Nurse Corps, and the Navy's women in Force of the Navy", are serving at
ment and payroll deduction plans white will celebrate the occasion by performing their r'gular duties in hospitals all over the coun- medical activities within the United .
have not yet been released, indications try and overseas. Typical of these Navy "Angels of Aloicy' are Lt. I ijg) Shirley M. Bailey, operating States, at overseas bases,. and
were that a definite in-I room supervisor, left, and Lt. ( jgl Jessie Blither anesthetist, right, shown assisting Captain aboard hospital ships and naval
crease was made in virtually D D. Green during an operation at the Naval Hospital hetiOther( photos on Page 3)), transports. Approximately 2,0011<
, are on duty now.
j ery department. Although special --- -- --- --- ---
emphasis was on this two-week Messages of congratulations
period for a concentrated effort, Proposed Increase In A & R Workload ( poured in from prominent Navy
the drive will actually continue officials to the Navy Nurses at.
through June in conformity with tached to the Naval Hospital and
the national Security Loan Drive Would Boost NAS Personnel Ceilinq Dispensary here. Director DeWitt

conducted by the Treasury De called attention to the fact that
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partment. .. A proposed increase m the ble addition to the station work- tual assignment of the additional- (Continued on Page 3)
workload of the and I I i
Assembly I force was based on a dispatch work when the type of employees

Navy Wives Hear Repair Department may .re from the Bureau of Aeronautics : needed could be determined. I I Drawing For New

suit in 900 additional jobs which advised that an increased I It was emphasized that the ,
Talk On NSLI By above the recently-establish-| workload would be assigned A&R I granting of the 900 addition to the '! Chevrolet To Be

"at an early date." The dispatchalso I station's personnel ceiling does not 'I
Insurance Agent i ed ceiling of 3,613 employees revealed that additional funds necessarily mean that this number I Held On 7 JuneThe

( for the Naval Air Station, it would be allotted to provide for ,, will "be needed. Additional ,
National Service Life
Insurancewas the hiring of the personnel need- I workers will be hired from time ,I drawing for the 1948 Chevrolet -
explained to members of the was announced this.week. I ed to carry out the increase in to time during the remainder of for the benefit of the Navy
Navy Wives Club by Frank An-i I While no definite date has been work which is to be assigned to this fiscal year as the need arises :! Relief Society will be held on 7
drews, a representative of an insurance set for this increase, it was under- Assembly and Repair.No rather than a mass hiring at one June instead of 6 June as pre
agency in Jacksonville, at stood that a number of reduction- : action is being taken at time. | viously announced Fund-Raising
the organization's monthly meetIng -: Committee officials .
last week in the Park in-force notices already issued present except the cancellation of It Is anticipated that the work | said yester.
Dewey Reason for the
will be cancelled. Hiring of addi- day. change was
clubhouse. I RIFF notices to certain employees will require skilled workers in the
I tional employees will not begin, pending the receipt of additional aircraft field. However, this in-i I the decision to have the drawingon
The importance of knowing how officials stated the I a work-day, and the previousdate
I'' until proposed information from BuAer, officials crease in aircraft workers will i
the money will be paid and who |I Increase is actually assigned and I said. Earlier this week Jackson- probably entail additional work I fell on a Sunday.It .
would be the contingent beneficiary I ,the nature of the job openings can ville newspapers were notified I in other departments, and some was reported by the officials
in the event of the death of j, be ascertained.The I' that job openings would be made openings will result in work other that raffle tickets were going like

(Continued on Page 8) announcement of the possi- public immediately after the acC than aircraft overhaul.. I (Continued on Page. 3))

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LAST SATURDAY'S PERSONNEL Inspection not only was the first In whites I| mine the suitability of holding inspections there throughout the summer months.
this Season; but was the first to be held on the fit'a plane ramp this year. Station of- I But no decision has yet been announced as to whether they will be held on the ramp
finals! designated the location on the ramp as a warm.-wcathcr experiment: : to deter- 11n the future.X .

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sage Two JAX AIR NEWS 13 May 1948

J X-: 5 I f r More About Navy Refief IT'S A TOUCH; LIFE By Sleeves I:

(Thlt la l the" fourth In a series of article on the r-
Navy Relief Sorlety-Ed.)
Editorial Office
South \\lng, Loner Deck, Bid jr. 930 'I' The Navy Relief Society offers its aid in rlllalr

Telephone Exten-Jon: -3184 I many situations where naval personnel or

Arthur M. Greene, Editor I their dependents are in need of financial assistance .
The JAX AIR NEWS I la puttllshed: weekly at the other
help or counseling. Here
U. S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida, and ,
printed commercially with non-appropriated funds taken at random, are a few items from the

at no expense to the government and in compliancewith log of the Jacksonville Auxiliary of the Society ,- /
SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December I : \ / ( VV JJI
r't ''
1915. Copies are distributed free of charge ;< ''
seaman coming in with leave
at the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Reserve I emergency IkLl1t! Yj)1k )
Training Unit the Headquarters of the Naval papers received assistance with travel information i

Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters of I and a loan for travel expenses. I

the Seventh Naval District Naval Auxiliary Air I A chief has had heavy pay checkage for
Station Cecil Field, and the U. S. Naval Hospital.
: an overpayment and has been unable to

Captain Hubert S. Duckwoith. L'S.N Commanding; I meet current expenses for his family-a I _
Jacksonville Naval Air Station l loan was granted.

Captain C. M Schaar. Captain F. W. Prlestman, I Transfer of NATTC has brought about
IMC). USN.: Commanding L'SNR. Commanding ', many hardships and assistance in the form
U. S. Naval Hospital Naval\ Air Reserve 'I'
Training Unit of loans for travel expense and moving has i

. been given.A .
Lt. Col.\ T. C. Moore Jr. Lt Col. Robert A. Black i

USMC.Marine Commanding Barracks! Commanding Detachment.Marine NARTU All I seaman went home on }leave, found his

wife was not being properly cared for at

The JAX .AIR NEWS receives Ship'a Editorial Association 1 1material. home. A loan was made to bring her here
Republlcation of edited matter prohibited
without permission of SEA. Washington 25, D. C. Re- where she will have the advantage of the
publication of any other mutter, except by service I publl- Naval .
Is prohibited without permission of Editor, Dependents' Hospital facilities.
and her very small daughter

have turned .,.....
i I to Navy Relief for help while -

Be Careful the serviceman husband is in transit to Japan "' $#&. a : The)' can do a major overhaul on S-lt-2-("... F-l-l'a,
and his and )(-4-1)'" hut nut rvrn a minor Wing job on a H-I-K-D."
Driving: an automobile may not require as pay are not available for

much skill, co-ordination, and training as sending money to her. Money for rent fuel

piloting a high-speed military plane, but the and medicine has been loaned as needed. I Commercial Bulletin I

careless man behind the wheel can kill or I An AD2's wife's dentistry must be completed -

injure just as many people as the foolish within a certain period. The man Iliillrtin Mill he accepted until xpace hat Iwfu tilled, but no"
later l than 1000) Tuesday. Frt; S2iO.:
flier in a cockpit. This we all know only too would not be able to save this amount in '
I'OK SALK: u (fi ',1(1"/\0'\ and l .stove' renlml' hi.tInx -
well. time Loan was made to pay dentist. 8-tuhe RCA console i tdm,, Call !ls I : |''l
Safety groups everywhere are aghast at I Letters written to Bureau of Naval Per- \\llliunris A\e.at 8-6470 or see Ml 14JOKluijlei : pt'r'lIunhn ftiinltine tents II. $Il belonging$ pet t month.: i Iv

the number of people killed yearly on the sonnel regarding Family Allowances have Single tubular. steel bed Inner-spilng. Mis.phone Carswell 26276.Furnished :.1641 Hedilck Sr.

nation's highways, but even more tragic brought quick results. In one case an application $17.50.mattress See, and V. E.roll Eilckson springs.at 14418 Price apartment with two room.
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are the cases involving little children who number was wrong and with this Child St.. NAS. two ly block bus lines from, theater ten minutes stores, horn anti

are run over by motorists not alert to the correction the checks started arriving. i Thayer baby$14 Cull can Mi luge'*. Evans In: fair at condition eft., XAS Ate., Mrs. "'Inll'l'. 4244 St. Johns

danger of youngsters darting out from behind 'i In some cases an interview brings out I! 4&8. 0700-1JOO. Monday! through Saturday Double 01 phone single 2-153.loom In private homein

parked cars or playing in the streets. reasons for not making a loan as in the I i l 1941 Chev rater new upholstery and Murray prh Ilelel.11111 st'ctlonlth If desired breakfast Phone-

Uecently, at a Naval Air Station on the West case of the man who wished to purchase I car paint(or, excellent m> equitv.I motor Call. $!II.MO 01 E. older Bell Mrs Greene at 21007.

Coast, a driver lost control of his car and it some property. It developed that the under-I mornings, at 5-4835W. Riverside apartment I nicely on NAS furnished route with foui-ioom tiled

plunged into a roadside shelter in which a taking would be inadvisable, and another ]19-16!condition Studebaker$1.500 Champion: 1947 Kelvlnatoi coup*, good, 7 kitchen and shovvei. Including gaia -

group of children were awaiting the arrivalof I plan was worked out with the man which cu. ft. deluxe, like new $2nO.: motor ure driven eleclilc healer $3 kid-
their school bus. A number were killed would not involve him too deeply. I ne> -shaped dtesslng table mlrioi: Two-room Street with apartment cool bedroom al 312.1 kitchen Oak
top, dotted Swiss skirt, $10. Can be
and many others injured. and private entrance. Convenient In
seen an.vtlme. 3417A Kllyson St.
Here at NAS there is the same danger. Dewey Park. Edgar; Lee White. 8-OII NAS! bus line. Phone H. T. Plait atThreebedioom
I'Mb' Ford conveitlble. metal
gun gray'
Utmost caution must be exercised by motor- color, low mileage, exceptionally furnished home at 1421
: Pine Grove Avenue with
; laundry
ists driving on the streets which traversethe lean, perfect Cartel at shape.77008.16x16 .Price $l7td.Contact room and It'trlc8IIhlnJ{ maihlne.Available .

housing areas on the station and in Dewey 1 (t. cabin newly\ looted and September only Call from Mrs. 15 J. June C Hull to Ht 1
i>alnted, on 2tK> ft. lot near Keystone
Park. Drivers must not only think for News dVieuus f romSatm Heights! on lake Opal and runningback 2-:1811.
furnished house
air NAS.
themselves but for the children who are so !o County Roud. No water I well J. Helm Box 460A 104th Street near
vet $750 Phone 101. II. A. Davie
wrapped up in their games that they fail at 8-1260, Furnished house In Weseonnett near 1
NAS. See Lancastei. Hangar 1.12
to realize the danger of dashing out into the [.rrge: lot from on ilvei.Davon Well and drained 110 Rt., onpbioek cable shop, 01 call 4-4053!! after' 17uo. \
street. Then there are the preschool agotots garden: soil three miles from NASSJ25 : Room with adjacent bath and kitchen +
$14 a week for couple' \
who unthinkingly wander off the curl "I WANNA JET MARRIED" i Von to Ebersteln$250 each.at :22504.Recentputchaced. Phone: Mrs. F. A. rrlvlieges. person Naval peisoiv.

when their parents believe them to be safely When should a man get married ? How Ive-ioom. unfinished I net piefeired.In the evening Phone Mrs., Stephens. f
home 75x600 coa:6'1:
on ft. lot .190: ; :
playing in the yard. old should he be? How much money should | down, eas>' monthly pa)mf'nta. Call of loom with I pilvate bath and
use Jlvlngioom. Restaurant
One of the most horrifying experiences he be earning ? These are questions for the >: J.Collins H. Buiney Rr, two at miles ext. south,11. or o(see NAS.at stieet business people only.I PhcneMIS. across ..
n driver can have is to run over a young man who is contemplating marriage to an- 1941 Chevrolet club coupe with iadlo Baiiett at 8-1411.
I heater, and new (lies. Han been kept WANTED:
child. It can happen in a split second, especially swer.Before rican $7SO. Call A. E. Beck at ext Man-led two riders.
couple or Going
when travelling at an excessive rate going any further with this discussion 424.: to Seattle via Dallas and Salt Luke

of speed. I it must be said that "one cannot Specially low In designed Lakeshore, extra section large at bun 4635 a City Share driving and expense
Leaving 17
May at (0800.) ) See E G.
It's dangerous to drive fast in an area i.put an old man's head on a young man's Colonial 1940. cypress Ave trim Present on owner all doors built and In I' Bishop at 4W7A Dewey Park Annex.
where children known ) :shoulders." Usually the older with windows, hardwood floors Ride floor 4th and Main to NAS. Call
are to be playing. I person throughout I Mis. Ronske at ext. 416.

Potential tragedy lurks around every corner I''experience in dealing with the problems of looms.tile storage bath, I loom three, laundry spacious. room bed- Riders City. to share expenses to New York

DON'T LET IT HAPPEN TO YOU :married life can offer suggestions and point den 100x120 and ft 14x22, well ft. Using room. Lot I' stulRht/ Departing through Call:21 Arnold Stay. tinting at ext.
fenced In and
DRIVE EXTRA I out requirements for but will the convenient 533 or see him In room 134, Administration -
CAREFULLY IN THE II I marriage, to stores and bus Ovules Call Bid*.

HOUSING AREAS! :young man who has been "bitten by the love 1&47 Mrs.Packard Lnsek .U Clipper 24711. black and I JIISCLLi.ANEU1rs:

I bug" pay any attention ? Sometimes he will gray color. Look like new $2200.: : : Recordings made of 'our'ol e. singIng -

pay attention, and sometimes he will listen One Phone living H loom T. Plait suite' at$75 4.4821.: desk, $25; 01. If.speech. Will accompany ..itpiano.
Give Us A ChanceWeek : two end tables I $15, : neccssmy.: 13 May thiouyh'
Phone Mis.
patiently, and go immediately to purchasehis Moore at 4-6690. 31 May only.I See McMaster at 38 U A
I license. Baby ... Norman Street Dewey! Park.
can luxe. Call M. Frederick al
after week Found a Modem Junior Mathematicstext
year after year, people ext. 8170
or we at 1018 Burin Street,
Recently, a 17-year-old bluejacket went NAS. book with name Don O'DI It'n inscribed
call write the Jax Air
or News (and See Mrs. Powell at 1131AAIlt'lCh..n
1 to see his chaplain for advice on marriage For sale or trade :35 ft. cabin boat, Street
other newspapers too) and ask why don'tdo with 40 hp Gray
we I marine for
He in love with ; r'n1.Staffo..d Hospital Ship's Service!' will take any
was a 10-year-old high 1939 or 1940 model cur. B.
something about this or that. They seem i : and all watches for repair \\ ..0thmaker -
at ext. 293 01 8131. *
school senior. His first
to feel that has the question was "Do House trailer factory made, will be at Jewelry
a to
newspaper power i : IIIl't'PI10UI" In atone
on rountl'r.
Tuesda.v and
Ft Ida
bring about all sorts of changes and sweep- I :you think I am old enough to get married ? 110. $250. See J. L. ulmb>' at Bldg. J .

ing reforms. The chaplain asked, "What do your parentssay 1941 Pontiac coupe. See G. L. Fallkn (SEA) The number of oneroom -
?" "They think I should wait," was his at 32078 Dewey Park or at ATU No United States schools declined -
While this is true to some degree it's 4. Ordnance Shop.
;reply. "What do her think ?" Chromed at the rate of about 4,000.
parents con baby stioiler with top: Eveihot -
easier said than done. The
paper can't just 1 tinued the chaplain. "They think should electric: roaster; portable I a year during the 1920s and 3,600
wave a magic wand and, presto the changeis we washing machine with I wringer.I All a year during the 1030s.
wait, too, was the answer. Then the chaplain In excellent condition. See Courtney
Accomplished. It can, however, serve as at 14i6! Cumberland Riad.' I
a sounding board for the opinion of its read- I with a grin on his face, said, 11'hatdo J Remington electric razor In good con
dition. $10. Call J. 5/
4 expect me to ? The 13. Shanklln at
and say answer was I II
ers bring worthy suggestions to the i' ext. 8116.Breaktaat
attention of those who ; obvious-WAIT-at least until you have : set with three chain $5' :
are in a position to ; thiee-plece llvlngioom suite, $15 Capi"J\:
mad rate that will have : *
a so
you enough small locker, $2
do something about them. And this takes : outdoor play pen
I money to support her. $1: combination baby car bed and "The" Great American\ Publicpays ,

time.The editorial above about driving in thestltion's i I Age is not so important as stability ofha..acter. Child neat $1.Street See NAS.C. J. Kiug at 14.15B: rare Its o\er $2.00 per game to
48 bass accoidlon. Italian I own football plalf'r
It takes make case
a man with ,
housing areas was prompted by one ; included. See McMuster at 3812A I suggest that we Mart collectlog -
of these requests to "do something." One tinal fortitude to take a young girl intes-I' Norman Stieet. Dewey Patk.FOR : for Mitt" In the" very prominent -
J from her parents to live third base line
on ra7infsection. ]
of our readers wrote to us, calling ,our attention I I Two-room apartment at 3123: Oak SI I, ."

to traffic conditions in Dewey Park.j I ;ary.'i- can be done, but the contracting One. block bedroom from; and bus rouse buth. with Call! 1 kitihen. Mis.; I L_ __ _
should do sober
parties r some thinking first ----
We laid the matter before the Executive Plait at 8-0011. --
I before jumping into a lifetime relationship Room with kitchen pilvlU-nes, hot .MI.
Officer and the wheels begah to turn. To has 'I ter, telephone, and e\tiv ronsrnlence .
the Yard Officer and the Commanding Officer serious as the proposition of building a Coll Townsend at 2-6165:
I home. One large coiner bedioom cumin' ,mil I
of the Marine Barracks went the query, with. livlninoom. Has four: wiminus( ,, MAt
(Reprinted from THE GATOR) two closets, and twin beds ..
(Ihi. th ...
"What can we do to help this situation ?" I ________ .. _n____ ___ single con net- rooms nice rinsrlI i ham Rand'1..11hap.I.,In'I| |UUn., A nirminf-
The letter was read by both and returned I regulations. These measures, brought about vale have K home<">d ,clean I convenient utmospheic.! in pn I'nitckisni

th their suggestions. I II by this letter to the Jax Air News, should bus line and near stores located. luuniliv on ('I'"It, It.\\.1 1. I i':; .,1\, ,,. l'h'I.n' !
.* s a result, the speed limit in Dewey Park' I materially improve the situation which has and 7-8110.churches 01 see her Call" at Mis.1648 Osreola AI<< naud !Si.at 1045Gi; 'ni',. \\ nrshlp: Service _

reduced to 20: miles per hour signs to alarmed our reader.
tnat effect are being installed, the area is I It all boils down to this-if you have n er M. with K! Baker IKIngroom.at !:2-6060 J If desired Phone I 0030-)! Sunday School Catholic: : Small Chupel.

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3 NO }'oi patient's bed (Upper right) Lt. (Jg) Darthee L Bolin prepares to innoc-
I ment of the youngster. (Lower left) Lt. Grace O Pollard, dietician, and Ens Vila.
; will observe prepare and supervise the serving of special diets (Lower center)
for which the ) E. Elledge holds an infant at the Dependents Unit Nursery. (Lower I
years ago. Wilda M Dufort teaches a corpsman the proper method for taking blood
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I (I I band we know he is plenty proud of Navy Nurses
T eyes' the fact. He is none other than .
I Larry Robert Barland, SA, frontWard (Continued from rage 1)
I I to B7.Larry they 'owe a debt to the Navy, tor
I enlisted in the Navy in women of such sterling qualitiesdon
;A October, 1917. He fast became an :I 't just happen They have been
aircrewman Two months ago he molded in a special mold. You
" was reported to this hospital with learn self-mastery in the Navy,
) mili- rhenmatic pancarditis. I and and its
: bran. new ,' I serenity poise are
Can- I When he gets out of the Navy, marks."
lots of fun in he intends to back home and
r. I go Admiral Louis Denfeld, Chief
l: get your date : I go to college. of Naval Operations, said, "Th
3 down these '- I Girls this guy we are talking I unusually low death rate among
f: Red Cross: nice about is no less than six foot one, Navy wounded in World War fl
1 Tonight, ] handsome, and unmarried He's a was in no small degree due to
I' wee bit bashful, but don let that the ability and skill of thousand*
r "' I1PPI = bother you. : of Navy Nurses,' He added that
Larry we truly wish you a t now the Nurses were striving to
speedy recovery and hope you get heal the bitter scars of mind and
I back home and. .to .school soon. body for those who bore the brunt
of combat in the cause of liberty,
Occupational Therapy and concluded with, "I salute youon
K. O Ketchum and J. P McCoydid what you have done so well In
some professional photography the past and what I am confidentyou
jJ j- this past week With the will do in the still more challenging .
a aid ot the floodlights and the use future."'

: ""t the Speed-Graphic, they took Rear Admiral C. A. Swanson,
of the D-l You
pictures party on
the Surgeon General had this to(
, ki:' should see Terry and the fat pink say: "It is with genuine satisfaction .
J pig right in the middle of the plct -
S that I salute the Navy Nurse!
x ( t tun They are the most photogenic -
I Corps upon this, the occasion ot
combination we've in
I their 40th anniversary During the
a day! of fellows
many you
t past 40 years, the Medical Department
who want a duplicate print, justome
of the Navy which I
on over and make one.J .
I now have the honor to direct, haj
: H. Butler is preparing for a
grown into a complex end dynamic -
: trip to the ole river bank. How do
organization, of which the
w. know ? That an easy question
Nurse Corps is an extremely vital
: l li t t.) answer because Butler is bus-
and respected unit
ilv tying flies in preparation for
that record catch He cant miss. Secretary of the Navy John L.
"I it'i( '!).'r. with that assortment of Sullivan pointed to the achievements .
l hi t Khtlv -colored flies I I of the corps: "Today on
R,n Laura has !every rug maker I your Fortieth Anniversary you
mmhtv curious! lie promises to can look back on a record of devoted -
l\1.lk,' th.' most unusual rug we.voi courageous: and gratifying
i i.. i..t.j,i inn eyes upon lie is in accomplishment in two global
.,..i8IIIf wars. You have uphold the honor
t tli!It' pi o'pss of making a strange-
I I"okuig 1"ral1but we are all anx- and noble tradition of Florence
i.m> t,1 s: ,'.' how the rug will br Nightingale in caring for the sick
IlIad.Lt't's 1 g't going on it, RayDrawing and wounded not only ashore and
--r- .--- afloat but, from 1912 to 1915, in
-- the air as well," he declared .
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w ., !.'t 11 h,' a ((oatiniieil from Page 1) I who their division representative -
r'al! UM from i I t i ; \ hot cakes and that persons who is. should telephone Lt. (jg)
T. H whirt it hay' not bought tlu-im had better Sam Brewer at ext. 373 Lt. D.
aration of the the do< so before th,'v were all I L Dunklee at ext 216 or Michael
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"3 Enrollment in Blue Cross H capitalization -
and Blue Shield Medical
Insurance will be reopened toNAS
;? L r I II Civilian employees from 17

May to 25 May, it was announcedby
the Employees Services Sectionof
the Industrial Relations Department *

I: this week.

This is the first opportunity employees -
have had in many monthsto

subscribe to the plans, and
subscriptions will not be open

again until May, 1949, it was
pointed out. However, new em-
plovees are given thirty days aft-

ILQ: 4r I { plans.er employment to subscribe to the

I The Blue Cross plan boasts a
.- j membership of 30,000,000 with
more than 125.000 members in the

.. I State of Florida. Nearly 1,000 employees -
: of NAS have availed

themselves of the insurance and A\
from all indications, this figure f P>
will be boosted at the end of the .J'

present drive. The plans, whichare

non-profit, were reported to
have paid over $63 ,OOO for hospitalization -
fees during the past
vear representing over 80 per
cent of last year's receipts.

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ALL MATERIALS USED IN aircraft construction in A&R are checked by the department Materials Laboratory located In Bldg. I plan sponsored by the doctors of
101. In addition, it checks all other materials used throughout the A&R and conducts various tests required of apecially-skilled workers Florida. Married subscribers
I such as welders assigned to aircraft work. ( Left) J. P. Carswell, chemist, makes a chromium determination of aircraft steel to be whose total income is $3,000 or less
used in A&R. i Right) Chief Chemist W. E. Early turning valves, makes a carbon determination of steel to be used on aircraft, while or individuals whose total income

R. L. Griffin chemist, completes an analysis of plating solutions used in the department's plating shop is $2.000 or less, are fully covered
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under this
plan as the participating

r physicians have agreed to accept
: I INSIDEPUBLIC the payments set up in the

SUPPLE T77JNfJI fee schedule as full payment for
I WORKSYes their services in these cases. How-
I ,IJ a ever, those subscribers whose Incomes -
SALLIES ; I there was no column last exceed the amount mention

I| Engineering News" by LlbbjaBojett ,-aalr' I week, and it's your fault. News I ed are credited with the amountset
items that's what you're supposed up In the fee schedule and may
-Our star reporter, Caro- ,
to send in or give to not have to addi-
your I or may pay an
line Howell, has left for a three- 'tions from you more experienced
i division reporter, you know. And tional charge
week vacation. She will come papas-besides getting one's head I I
RANDOM HARVEST. Supplyand back as Mrs. Rodney Driggers ': under a pillow ? I II if you don't like the usual gist Blue Cross Hospitalization may
WOBS boast a new program The Engineering Division present- of this column, send In an entirecolumnwe'll be obtained by an Individual for
Accessories Dh'lslon-by Jerry
that comes week-ends, Saturdaysand | : print it. And if you month'while
$1.00 a family con
ed her with a lovely chromium Nettles Wonder Decker
i why
Sundays at :5:30: to 5.45. It's coffee maker and wished her the Smith is with I don't like that, meet me at the tracts are $2.50. Blue Shield Surgical
bubbling over joy-
Twilight Time, with Eunice Russell : flag-pole after school.
best of everything on her new ,ven he seems to be his old self again. coverage may be obtained
and Charlie Pait playing and ture. ;1 Have you heard him purr like a I'I Anyhow, the absence of the column -, under a family contract for $200

singing during the quarter-hour I News from Tracy's Mad House ', kitten? Could it be something :, brought in 20 telephone calls, {i per month and $.80 for an indi-
designed for your listening pleas I Fifteen of the 20 thought it was a vidual. The family contract covers
Edmund about his back
is that Wayne Moriva and i own personal
ure. Post-card requests for favor- better without the column,
I Hall checked out last Thurs scratcher? paper (Continue on I'age 8))
ite selections will help keep them : I three said the column that wasn'tthere j .
on the air Edith Noguera, Leola's day. Tracy reports if the regulation -| Last week Sue Edwards was I was our best to date, and
dotter, represented her piano still stands that 50'f go on visiting her brother who gradu-I two had the wrong number, bless Civilian Golf
teacher last Friday night at the leave at a time from one shop, ated from a Baptist seminary in 'em.
they will have to cut him in half! Louisville, Ky. We heard she hada
Friday Musicale recital BI- ;
I Nick all the Writing, even a simple thing Starts
claims that "If we can't convince'em says golf champsare very lovely time. itself Tourney
their the like this is an education in
we confuse 'em,"' in his sec- keeping eyes on | We are sure glad to see Meta
beautiful in the front hall. It teaches patience,
tion. How right he is Pat trophy and Emilie back in the Instrument and sometimes 22 May At NASA
The catch is that you can keep it I kindness, mayhem.
Adams will check out tomorrowto Shop-they said they just couldn'tstay ,
accompany the mister to Nor- if you have had your name on itfor away. For instance, it's Monday morning I total of 34 golfers have qualified
I and we are hastily gatheringnews.
folk, where he is being transferred three successive years Lena Smith doesn't have anymore t Joe Blow, fellow employee, for the Civilian Welfare
FFT. Pat is hoping he'll get' foreign I Another swarm of Kirby-Smith: worries about where her walks in late as usual. "Joe," we Committet Golf Tourney to beheld

duty, so that she can go I High School students came in chewing gum, morning paper, and say, "how about some news-- on the NAS links starting 22
along Ole RBI Tate, Supply touring the A&R. Wonder if Bill candy bars are coming from. Theyare know anything for the column?" May. Rod Pinney, with a score of

right-fielder, is sporting, or will Early got any more addresses delivered 'to her every day. "That thing again ?" says Joe, I 179, was medalist and Ray Ken-
be, a new Lincoln Continental. from those cuties? Heard Let us in on your deep secret, gal. reaching for the aspirin box to nedy was runner-up with an 82.
It' the one you've been seeing ,. Pete has a reputation as an St'l WHO is the boy freind ? soothe his Monday morning head Here's the way' the players will
In the show windows on Adams in his neighborhood. :' We wish C. P. Carr and Decker ache, "heck, you always write line up in the different brackets:
for to long Geneva Baker will to do with palm trees, jig Smith a belated happy birthday, about the same people, anyhow. i ChampIonship, Flight Rod Pin
graduate from Supply-er to housewife and a lot of dark green paint which they celebrated on May 8th. Why don't you get somebody different ney and ,, F. Gaucherour, B.V..

tomorrow The Chewy Tiny S. is getting browner and They are also the same age. in it for a change ?" "Okay, Bradshaw and R. R. Brogden, R.
which a being raffled off for tho I browner--makes the rest of us I Planning )11..11111by "')'11011" Joe say we "you haven't beenin Kennedy and H. Pinney. L* Gray
benefit of Navy Relief is open to look positively anemic. Maybe En- S>purlotk-We are happy that Mr. co'lumn'shice 1940 when you drew a bye. ,

all service personnel and civilians 1 gineering Division needs another Lewis has at long last gotten sucha fell out of a second story window I First Flight -W. L. Norris and :'

who work on the base. Chances, picnic so we can all get brown good-looking car, and one that in the Ad. Bldg. watching the J. Vearl, J. F. Perritt and L. A.
at a buck apiece, are available in (hint.. hint). Let's not let Planning | will run, too! commissioning ceremonies let's Toski, E. A. Heib and C. Lonk.
the Timekeeper's office from the I (picnic connoisseurs) get ahead i We wish to take this opportunity I put you in this week" "Now, lis J. W. Hall drew a bye.
chief or of his staff GK:, I of this to our sympathy to
any us year. express ten," says Joe, "don't put MY I| Second FlightH. V. Pulignano
who retired from duty for the Chief S. to school-Bldg. Mr. and Mrs. Rosenquist over the I in that
I goes name dang thing-I'm still and D R. Whiddon, G. F. Volp and
same reason Geneva leaves us tomorrow 167. What'r he for ?-ai loss of their baby. "Rosie" is one about I
studying I hearing that 1910 item. J. K. Heard J. Nazal and A. Sing-
helped out last week by of our timekeepers, and although, I
new rate. Wonder if his pooch And so it goes er. J. H Plew drew a bye.
returning to the station for one he has always known that he had I
follows him to school some days
Then Third Flight-C. Reiben and W.
we phone one of the Divisions
day See R. C. Campbell for numerous friends in and around I
Did all folks see that
you and ask, "Any old news to A. Stanul, C. M. Lamb and J. H.
for unusual disheshe A&R he he the
recipes some says appreciates I
beautiful "new look" creation I Silver R. Askew I, Morgan
? "Oh We and J. -
day ,
yes. get our pen. at
has been advertising Lt lovely flowers sent to them. They
D. wore the other day ? I I
Mary I cil has E. E. drew bye.
Tracy a
ready. "Mary a cold, Bill is
Comdr. Beall returned this week were beautiful red, white, and
Herb H says his baby girl keeps off for week I Fourth E. Fink and
June Flight--J.
a has a new
from his sojourn in Miami, lookIng < blue flowers and he would like for I
him awake nights. Any sugges- friend J. K. Smith, J. H. and
I boy -a sailor, Ralph forgotto Vinyard
fit and tanned from sunlampsand everyone to know that he and
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pick this
up morning.
moonshine She is a brown- Mrs. Rosenquist were very touched '
partment is entitled to vote, mill- [: "Fine : Eskels drew
haired favorite dotter, he Is an tary or civilian. Nominate anyonein by tM token of friendship that I we say, throwing away. byes -
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adopted son of Supply, and their''I any unit or division, in or out : his fellow employees in the A&R Evidently everyone -showed- up- -and the notes!, "anything else ?" "Well

dally chit-chatting has become of your own section- -but cast (]I offered. Thanks, folks, from your ; left with high f -Sam ate his lunch on the lawn '
sooooo interestin' The Naval only one vote. Use the ballot be- : reporter. You are all good folks! I spirits I here Friday, and after he ate it,
Air Golfers filed their qualifying low, signify your choice on the : It seems that there is a lot of Katherine Binns is on a 30-day he stretched out for a nap. Some
rounds last Monday, represented "hearts and flowers" floating ;; leave with that new Kaiser sh"
first blank line, and fill in your i I pigeons flew overhead, and what
somewhat by Supply entries. Ac- name on the second (to preventduplicate around the old A&R these days.'I has, I they did to "Yes, yes," we
tual tournament play begins in a votes). Then turn it in Of course, .you know that this reporter Spurlock, who was chasing you 'break in, "thanks very much," and
few days The Softballers to any of the following representatives just doesn't dare to say too around the corner last week, and i we throw those notes away, too,
have continued their winning ,' conveniently located much about them as yet, but I why? t because if we printed them, it
streak now and are pushing Hor- I around Supply: On the first deck I, am standing off on the sidelinesand Bill Jones, in the messengerroom might offend someone, maybe the

ton Co. for first place-the playoff i I of 110, Bobbie Dixon; second deck, watching the developments. I is leaving us for civilianlife. pigeons. And so on .
for the first quarter occurring tonight in Accounting, Orville (the Colonel will report to you in this columnthe Understand he intends to go I But let's take a awing arouml
at the Stadium. Felix (Na- ) Booth; on the third deck, Ore- I progress they are making, and back to the school of greater the Divisions anyhowIn -
ture Boy) Mendel has been gettinghis tha Daugherty; in 111, Henry Beni i! 1 wonder just who will hear "Wed knowledge (college) In the fall. I the Maintenance Section,
share of hits, but that could rens; in 109 ( for all units East of ding Bells" first. Bill, we all wish you loads of Geff Mims celebrated his l last'
be said! for Whitaker, Stillwell, I t Building HOi, Bill Rountree; and : It seems that everyone is going luck, and thanks a million for all i birthday Saturday. Geff says
Jack Eifert (the All-American I to the big dance tonight, and the favors.Mrs. '
in the South Area, Audrey :'you're as old as you feel, and he
Hoy), Wright, and Dickey-bnd I I Vaughn, in Building 163 office, : it will be more of a get togetherfor I Hutchinson toured downto does. Merkle and Carter, the typewriter 1
Royal A sub-pitcher was used Ballots will be puked up from all of us --just more or less the University of Florida last I I 1 shop boys, went fishing over # I
last game, because of White's illness these individuals Monday morn a gathering for relaxation (Did I Thursday to celebrate Mother's i the week-end, caught a long string < and it looks like our White- I relaxation) Day. Understand she had
ing and the contestants say to get ( they say I, and hung them over ,
boy with the black-ball, as the I ed in next week's announc.\\ Personnel' and Administration "I up before a large crowd and make [1 the boat's side When it came tim ;
Watchmakers term it, is out of I by Dot Dicl,.oii Lt. Comdr. I a speech.Lt. I j I to pull the string of fish in all that "
the playing for at least another CON'rES'rChoice : 'Sweet l is bark with us, after graduating I Carr is taking a ten-day was left was heads-- the crabs had
three or four games. But as soon I STI'l'LV 1JKAUTV' magna rum laude from I leave through the hshing campsof been there There's a moral there
AS the hospital releases him. he'll : the Bethesda Hospital. Welcome : the South. Those will be some I I somewhere Helen Roberts sez she
be back on the mound.NOMINATIO I back! fish tales he'll tell when he gets 'enjoyed' a Jacksonville "

S. With State of ( ) ......... .............................. Jean Snowberger has finally back. Beach Saturday picnic evening at Manon
Is nomination a* the prettiest moved into her home How I Doris
the Union stirring up patriotic my new I White was on a ueek'p, Perkins11Iilttl her old homestead,
fervor in election year Supply girl in Supply. about a good juicy hoult'warmI r leave last week entertaining her Perry Fla and Bart Dockrell
casts its own ballots to ,noose I I ing, Jean sister who c-ame down to VISit i went filing; at Fernandinasuc-
the prettiest gal in its depart- : I Signed .. I All) the enlisted personnel hada her Mrs. Gibbon ably took hei cessful of course All fishermen
vent Anyone attached to the de I ___, I party recently in back of A&R place. are.

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You can stop swatting mosquitoes \v" )ir :

now and get some sleep. The hold equipment in this area," he ,

Pest Control Division has seen to said. "We can not supply flit-guns, _

that. aerosol bombs, and insecticide for I": ':""...:...:'' .',. '

With spraying equipment mounted everyone. However, if families ;;.'
: .
on a TBM. and an aerosol gen- f
make use of these devices, coupled '
erator installed on a effective
jeep :
with our aerial and ::
space spray- : ?
mosquito control is now -
ing, we can substantially reduce
on a large scale. j I I I
or entirely eliminate the mosquito
Ground traps are set in strate- .and,, other disease carrying pest .
locations, and when the '
gic survey pr blt'ms."
team discovers a concentration -
I! And the mosquito control officer \
of mosquitoes, the division
had a word of explanation for
goes into action. A DDT formula )
observers who comment, "He's toohigh" ; S-
It, mixed and prepared, loaded into '.
or "I can't see the
the special 270-gallon) tank Installed spray.
First, he said, often the sky is of ; ;
in the bomb bay of the' ,c 4i
such color as to make the spray 1
TBM spray plane, and the pilot
virtually invisible. As to the
takes off-ready to spray a 540-
: opinion that the plane is spraying -
acre area with the death-dealing
from too high an altitude, he
,(to insects) mixture.At I i!'
explained that the height of the
an altitude of about 100 feet, plane is determined for maximum

the pilot flies parallel swaths covering coverage in the proper density.
a section approximately 250 i The 100-foot level has been
feet wide. The spray settles to Judged as the proper height to
the ground to begin its work attain these twin objectives, he
against adult mosquitoes and larvae stated.DON'T.
IF TilE PEST CONTROL DIVISION, located at the Mainside Dispensary, has anything to say

To supplement the aerial spray-, about it, NAS personnel are not going to be bothered with mosquitos and other pests this year.
ing, the division's jeep with its The division maintains a close watch on the pesky insects and, whenever conditions warrant, orders
fog machine can lay a heavy, in- out a spray plane and spray car to give the station area a thorough dousing with DDT (Upper
jseot-killing mist in smaller, accessible FORGET left) A specially rigged jeep, driven by R. E La France, SN, sprays a thick cloud of insecticideover
areas. Ineffectual against a field adjoining the river. ( Upper right) Robert A. Shanley, CAP, looks over the tank installedin

the larvae forms, this ground All A & R- EmployeesDrop the bomb bay of a TBM which holds 270 gallons of the special mixture used in spraying beforehe
spray is highly effective againstthe takes of for a routine spraying flight. I Right ) DDT spray streams from the jets installed underneath -
adult mosquitoes.Lt. >: Premiums For the trailing edges of the wings The plane skims over the area at an altitude of from 75 to

Comdr. John M. Hirst, who Blue Cross & Blue 100 feet so that the spray will reach the ground in the proper density for maximum spreading and

'Js in charge of the division, pointed : killing power.
Shield Insurance ____ ___
out that these measures are not ,
intended to kill all insects within Next Mon. & Tues. (SEA) The highest valued

homes. "Commercial equipment In Boxes Provided product manufactured in the Unit- : Local Golfers Begin Practice H

for pest control should! be a definite | I ed States is motor vehicles.
part of an individual's house-
-- I For Tri-District Tourney Here

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; Station hnksmen are already -
Coast finals, Jaik Harvey, the
burning up the greenson station pro, if\ealed

//S >>",...., "- the XAS Golf Course in A team trophy will be awardedthe
winners of the Tri-District
wew preparation for the Tri-Dis- championships, and the medalistand

trict Golf Tourney which will runners-up will receive indl'
vidual awards.
be held here the third week
The NAS Golf Committee plansto
in July. make the local course a rough

Goiters from naval activities in and tough one for the meet. Sew
eral tees will be moved back to
the Seventh, Eighth and Ninth
make the holes longer, there will
Naval Districts will vie in the Important -
be a definite rough line througha
sectional for the
number of the fairways, and
honor of the three
'e representing
new sand traps will be installedto
districts in the All-Navy Golf
make the course more difficult.
Tournament which has been .
scheduled for 15 August at San

f Francisco, Calif.
Florida AAU Swim
2 Each activity represented will

enter four linksmen in the tour-
Meet Will Be Held
nev here The winners will remain -
at NAS for further training -
.' Here On 28&29 May
'w. "-> I before leaving for the West
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I The 1948 Florida AAU Men's
Students Visit IN7AS '' and Women Swimming Cham.I .

NAS }'I.A\n: HOST to two I pionships will be held at the station .

school groups last week when 's indoor pool on 28 and 29

students from Kirby-Smith Jun- May, it was announced this week
ior High School Matted the Air by Lt. Paul King, NAS swimming

Station on Tuesday and a con- mentor.
tingent from the Orthopedic Coach King said that the Naval *
School including a number of Air Station would enter the

parents, toured the base on competition if enough interested
Thursday. Both trips were arranged swimmers and divers report for
by the NAS Publnto office '- tryouts to form a team. Those desiring .

( Above) One of the most 4 to compete for a berth on
exciting rmtments for the handicapped R t D'' i1b LoMMle the Jax-Navy squad should contact r

.,, youngsters camevhcn x 0.r.w ) i him at Bldg. 726, Physical

they were shown through a .e r a i' ailldi Training headquarters.
twin-engined Navy transport i Among the events on the two

plane. Station hosts helped l day program are the 100-yard

them in and out of the aircraft. free-style, 200-yaid back stroke

(Right) Students from Knb>- I 200-yard breast stroke, 300-yard
Smith are photographed on the individual medley, and the 440
steps of the Main Admimstia and 880-yard relays. Only three
tion Building during thf'ir'llIlt meter diving has been scheduledfor

here Tuesday. Large groups ot the state-wide meet.
students from other schools I I

have made trips to NAS recent- In the IBM Olympic Games, the

ly following the inaugurationof United States won nine out oX
these special guided tours twelve events on the program.l3 .

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THE J AXA yy .'Ln ter (Upper left) Hellcat outfielderBill

a twin bill with the Miller drives a sharp single

phis Hellcats over the into left field. (Upper right) Flier

at Mason Field. On enCOUll:0" first sacker Bill Crane retires Hell

locals nosed out the cat catcher Coe in the second dining

but Memphis came back (Lower) Jim Daley reachesin

on Sunday to topple the vain Memphis second baso-

12-5. Here are some of Ulan Grimshaw drives a hit over

liiffhlights of Saturday's the Flier pitcher's head.


I Jax-Navy Nine Win Battle Goslings ln I

NATAC WeekendTilts At PensacolaTwo

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6-5, keeping 13 hits well scattered Wyman was ruled out when he the third when Ray Angelucciasingled ger by Shaw and a single by
TAC diamond tilts are on the over the nine-inning route passed Doll on the base paths, stole second, moved to Crane
schedule for the Jax-Navy The Fliers failed to score in and the Flier rally came to a sud- third on Werner's Texas leaguer, Heat Georgia U,
Fliers this week-end when their half of the first canto Sunday den halt. and then came waltzing home on The local nine made it five in
but after the Hellcats had Shaw's single to center. Werner
Doll was the losing chucker for a row when it tripped the Georgia,
they travel to NAS Pensacolato I I tallied one in their half of the the game while Duval received also scored on Shaw's base knock University, Savannah Branch,
meet the crack Gosling : second, the Fliers hustled to knot credit for the win. Doll and Whit- after he had stolen second, following -I I outfit, 15-5, on the loser's diamonda
nine. The Fliers broke even j the count. Daryl Shaw led off ton, who started the game but Angelucci across! the dish. week ago Tuesday. Bill Winar-
I with a single to left and then was relieved in the sixth, to- 'I The Jaxmen picked up a single 1 1ski handled the mound chores for
with the NATTC Memphis stole second. He came sliding home marker in the sixth when left
i gether gave up 18 hits. The Fliers hits end going the distance fpr
Hellcats last week-end to re- i with the Fliers' initial marker collected half that number fielder Bienaman singled, stole the winners, giving up but nina
main in a two-way tie with when Johnny Bienaman crackeda against the offerings of Duval second, and came scamperinghome I' the first time this season. Ttui.
the diamond outfit from Ten- safe blow through the box. and Johnny DiGiacomo, who on Jerry Hosaflook's singleto Fliers connected for 13 hits in
They came back with a duo of center. Their last tally came
started the encounter for the amassing their 15 markers.Bob .
nessee for the top spot in the runs In the sixth when centerfielder winners, in the bottom of the eighth as I
Conference. Bill Wyman singled, went to Shaw cracked out his third hit of I Duvall, Daryl Shaw, and
Fliers Beat IIellcalr"Lazy" Hosaflook
Jerry the
third first sacker Bill Crane'sbingle the day, tremendous to paced winners -
on a triple
l This week, the Filers were slated Jim Daley scattered 13 at the plate each
and came sliding home on deep left, scoring seconds later as I picking up
to at the Orlando Air
play hits. to pace the Fliers as they three hits. Duvall, Flier backstop,
Crane moved aroundto Bienaman connected for another
Force Base and Wednesday a passed I
on Tuesday
squeaked by the Memphis nine, garnered a double and two singlesin
second the ball and base knock.
and they are due back on passed 6-5 in a well-played ball game on I five trips to the plate, Shaw
today. The Fliers dumped the scored later on catcher Ken Wern- Saturday. Johnny Kovach turnedin I..o..e to Kollin grabbed up a three-bagger and a
Army nine in their last two outIngs er's booming double to deep right. ,
: a very creditable performancefor The Fliers' five-game win duo of base blaws in four appearances -
but the results of the two Werner was nabbed trying to the losers, but the Fliers came streak came to a screeching halt while Hosaflook collectedtwo
games this week were not available I make home on Shaw's single to through in the pinches to turn the last Thursday when the Rollins I singles and a two-bagger m
at press time. left.The tide i College Tars swamped the locals four visits.
llrllcats Swamp 1'llers I final two were added In the Bill Crane started the fireworks 18-2, on the latter's diamond The second game between the
The Memphis nine broke loose eighth stanza when Bienaman going in the first inning when he Bob Gray, the Tars' ace I collegians and the Fliers was calked -
fvith seven tallies in the last two singled, moved to second when reached first on an error and moved chucker set down 18 Fliers via in the fourth frame with the
frames to take a hard-fought, 12- 'short stop Jerry Hosaflook walk- around to third on Steve New- the strike-out route, plus givingup score knotted 4-all because of
6, victory from the locals Sunday :' ed, and then advanced to third ;: port's single to left center. Crane but two hits, one a three-bag- ,'I rain.
The visitors got to Ed Doll after pitcher Ed Doll had laid i then scored when Werner collected ----- ----
for two runs in the top of the down a beautiful bunt and beatit the second straight hit of the I
eighth and hit everything in the out for an infield hit, loadingthe 'inning. Second baseman Shaw Rubino To Supervise Navy
books in the last frame to chase sacks. I banged out a third hit and New I
five markers across the dish. In 1 Wyman cracked out a single to port came across with the Fliers' -
Saturday's tilt, Jim Daiev mas- center and Bienaman and' Hosa I second tally of the game. They Olympic Boxers This Year
tered the Hellcats. to the tune of flook hot-footed it for home, but notched two more to their belt in
--- -- ----- --- I Lt. Comdr. Anthony J. Rubino, -- -
_ WAS NET MEN-AND WOMEN I head of the Physical Training and pervising the men as a unit. H.

I Welfare Department at NAS Jax will return to the station about
l lV lai Z 6.w the first week in
ii s I left early this week for the Naval July.
Academy at Annapolis where he Rubino and his fighters, heade
will be officer-in-charge of the by Coach Webb, will visit New
!< 40 All-Navy boxing finalists who
will be participating in tryoutsfor York, Washington, Baltimore
I iI the Navy's crucial test againstthe Philadelphia, and Boston where
best amateur boxers in the they will tangle with some of the
; United States for an Olympic nation's top ringmen in exhibition
: berth. The fighters will train and bouts. Their tour will wind up in
I *( : I make their headquarters at Bain- Boston where they are scheduledto I
bridge, Md. i iI take part in the NAAU boxing
_ s.x A' I The 40 fistic scrappers were selected matches which are held annually
in the "bean "
by the U. S. Olympic boxing town.
mentor, H. M. "Spike" Webb, !I During Lt. Comdr. Rubino's absence -
who has been the Nasal Academy i Lt. Paul King: Swimmingand ;
I boxing: coach for the last 30 years. I I Survival Officer, will serve
- This will be Webb's fifth time ali as officer-m-charge fit the Physical ttIIJII,
Olympic ring tutor, and three Training and Welfare Depart "' ,
times his pupils have emerged atr. ment. -J
v.t international titlists. This record f
has never been equaled, either Bill Volselle. pitcher for the
by a U. S. or foreign boxing Boston Brave wears number 9t
coat'h. .i on his uniform in recognition of
Lt. Comdr Rubino, who U well his hometown which U Ninety-
,, remembered for his fine ring Six, South Carolina.
I: :SOME OF TIIK Kr.T-WIKLDKHS: : who make up the station tennis team take time out durIng teams, one of which this season
one of their practice sessions to have their photo snapped by the Air News photographer i from captured the Golden Cloven titlein I RagnhiUl Hveger of Denmarkhas
; the Station Photo Lab, They will carry the NAS colors onto the courts this month when the ten- Jax, will usUt Webb in coaching broken 13 of the 15 swimming
I nU season here opens 'officially Left to right they are C. D. Berry, E O. William, R. Radin. E. the All-Navy tighten, although I record held by the U. 3. A.'a
.Ii, fesser, II, Rump and 1' ci Floras. his main job will be in auI I Helena Madhwa,




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Didya hear the noise last Sunday about 1700 coming

( A from Mason Field ? No, 'twasn't a Bugs Bunny feature, although
4 it could have been It turned out to be the ball

o : game between the NAS Jax Tigers and the Southside Giants

from Jacksonville. And if you could have seen the 600 or so

whitehats holding their sides from laughter, you'd probably;
wonder what was going on. All you had to do was watch

for a few minutes and the antics of the Tigers were enough

to get you to laffin'.

The visitors captured the diamond tilt, but not untilit

got too dark for the locals to see the little white ((1)) pilL

If ever a game was enjoyed, it was Sunday's game between
these two fine colored nines. Reminded us of the times we

Batched the famous Globe Trotters strut their stuff en the


To give you an idea of just what happened, the Tiger:

l4 ai third sacKer got on b>' a hit and then stole second. But

just before he touched the keystone bag, the Giants' short

stop told him he had to go back, so the Tiger player did

: !M)--and almost got put out trying to get back to the initial.

bag. And the umps-->'ep. there were three of them used

behind the plate-kept the crowd in an uproar with their

dazzling way of calling balls and strikes. We're all for seeing

f h .w more of that kind of games !
3 t 4 it t '-
j Two husky lads who have paced the Supply athletic

teams for the last eighteen months are slated to be dis- .

charged tomorrow, and their hulking forms will sure be miss

ed We're referring to Jack Eifert and Guy Fish. Both

lads were spark plugs in Supply's brilliant cage team this

: ear and they also helped pace the Supplyers to second
place] in the intra-mural touch football loop. Eifert hails

rom Racine, Wisconsin, while Fish is from the Hoosier

capital, Indianapolis. The former tops the scales at a mere
v <" 100) pounds and hits the stratosphere at six-fooh-three inches
;;;;td-n;;' th-arcs :
SOFTIJALI FANS were unusual game Friday night\ under tPowf'r ;
: while Fish weighs 200!
Plant diairond the TO s ,!s the \\ AVES Despite a switch In battcues the chiefs still! managed pounds and stands even at the
to walk away with the front row K V. H..dll..k* U A Vt-ndttt..Hi!. R L> Thompson D B Stmkland R lone) and J E FitzgErald I C 0 C C
: bark row. T. A. Ahieu J Rupiak E. E Ettoi. G E. Lilluotch F. F. Strand and H. Bordpn Quite} an honor befell Lt. Comdr. Anthony J. Hubino
The WAVES team included left to right front row, Helen Pachter, Jennie Peacock, Margaret Jones,
the other
day when he named
Winnie Jones Johnny Sheely, and Midge Bryant; back row, "Lindy" Lindgren, Skipper Moser. Dot- was as officer-incharge of
tie Zielin, "Laddie" Vladeff, Ruth LeVere, Herm ania Rump, Fran Free, Butch Glover, and Pete I the Navj's 40 boxing finalists in the All-Navy boxing show;
Guhanas coach. I held in Balboa Stadium in San liegoThis department wish
-- -- -
es him the very best of luck

First Round Of NAS Intlo-lVIurol C C M C
Recently this! mass of type, the column was aimed

I chiefly at the varsity athletes who were leaving the station

and the Navy via the discharge route, but now it's time to

Soflholl League Closes This Week nave the flag for the little guys, the guys who make up the

Na\'.\ 's vast sports progiam. We're referring to the men who
take part in the intra-murals offered the
by station's
With the that round of thiMamside --- -- ----

League drawing Jntia-Mural to a close Softball, the All-Station TennisEliminations ;: ATU One & Two Training One of the Department most successful intra-mural leagues in the

past week was one of unparalleled l Leads In station's histarv was the :Mainside intra-mural basketball
BeginAt : Again
thrills. A&R, undefeated in its :ague which drew about 300 men into action. And in an
first four Blue League tilts was
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NAS Intra-Mural GolfThe
toppled from the top pedestal by SaturdayTennis t _
the Dispensary' nine in a 1T-6 rout I
I ATU 1 and 2 golf team i Io'! WINNERS AND RUN1UERS-UP: .
Another thriller in the Blue will be taking a prominent .
League was the 15-innmg battle place in the station sports again leading the Intra-mm il I '" -.t
between the Naval Hospital nine program soon with the All-Station Golf Loop. The circuit lead 1 ha
and the Marines The Marines I'I net tournament opeing round !I changed hands several tim's v..,
pulled this one out of the fire witha I! scheduled for Saturday far, evidencing the spirited t\pi ?1 >re
to remain the only of play that takes place on thi
a score I "Doc" O'Reilly, lanky net squad ,
each week
course Operation held
undefeated team in both leagues coach, will have a seeded nucleusi
: the lead for a short while, onlv to t.e
Blue '
In other League games his 1918 team Such returneesas ]
i relinquish it to ATU 1 & 2. Then
IATU 10-1 I'
Hospital dropped for a Pfc. Bobby Radin, last year'sstation I
A&R shot its to the
count, the league-leading Marines : singles champ, and S. S. I way top two s.Y
walloped the Flag Unit nine, 7-1, Cranford give the team extra weeks ago but once more the ATL _
: 1 & 2 into No.
team forged the i
and VM Unit won easily over strength. I
Para-Loft, 11.6, on Wednesdayof 1 spot'
the Seventh Naval District
I With -
In last week's matches" Operations -
last week. Monday, Dispensarywon Tourney ahead, the Doc will
drubbed NARTU, 4-0: Personnel -
over Para-Loft, 6-2, Flag from the scheduled -
his finalists
: get repeated the 4.0 route 0\'( "
Unit won a 7-0 forfeit game from matches Slated to
all-station Inspection: A&R was knocked out
IATU, and A&R won easily from
start swinging in the openinground of the first-place bracket by Ord-
VM. 93.A&R
Saturday are Nystrum vs and 31ATt' : '
nance Gunnery, : !
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edged IATU out 10-9 In Eldride; Cranford vs Flores: Porter 1 & 2 spilt 2-2 with VM;an-i a _
a rescheduled Blue' League gameon vs Williams; BallE'Y'S Lewis, I Commissary took a clean weep 1.t
Thursday.Over and O'Reilly's Clark Radin and from VA ATU 4 & 5, "-0, Personnel M
In the Gold League, the Berry drew byes in the first and1.( split 2-2. as did A&R .
current leaders, NARTU, humbled round and Commissary. ATU 4 & 5> chopped -
NAMTD, 7-3, the CPO Club won ,I i t t another 4-0 match, this tim'
eaJy\ over Ordnance and Gun- to ATU1&2. 2a
S ntry: 6-3 and Inspection drubbed : Tigers Lose To findings
Supply, 6-2, last Thursday. On I Soulhsidc Giants Tr.m. .Poiau
of last ATI; 142 43
Tuesday week. Inspection .
took the CPO Club, 3-1 NAMTDwon I I I! Coach Tommy White's Jax- I A&R 41'%; ,
Navy Tigers ran into some stiff I
7-0 forfeit from
a game i \M t'nltCommlss..ry 39
NATS, and the game between hurling Sunday afternoon at the 34
Ordnance and Gunnery and the Mason Field diamond, losing awellplayed. 'iii ,'. ,. .. 0.i ni.. '7t,
and :MOperation .
Ordnance Gunnery .
contest to the .
Supply club was called because of 12-9, "';< """'-.w. $ 'Y"'IIIFS '- ...,
| Southside Giants of Jacksonville) / 22'/4 I I { ;; K. A. UlisOV, right, and R. N. Theil. second from
lain.No games are nchedulid next I right, winners of the Station Knur-Ball Golf Championships, are
week, and the teams will g' t a draft a r\r\\\ mhcduli anti to p .r- Ken UilliaittN of the !St. TxinUIlntuiiH flair t, Tbi\i. with tN 1'11')111') i lip. Lt. J C .tones>! lift, and Lt.
well-deserved rest. A meiting otofflt mil new teams tn enter i I the league ftlammrO out ten home E M ,i im tottt. ., hi r'1' \ );'vi: k- 1 urraon the elation
:. and team managers hay l--at: i P'av' -oil* will b* held in run in the first twenty gamesof link The t'n.st'o ",< t'.k. th' >-' *.rc\\;: 'n Ono up irom
been called for next Tuesday to laic July. it was announced, the 1922: UtMbull season. the officer .:namps C > the 2lxn ncieII : .


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r -w II ,\ :i true what they say about Joe andi i ,

t k 1 i i Helen I wonde I have held

conversations with both and still
/t II -. I I am in a fog.
6v I believe Robert is flying at

I'' 15,000 and heading for blue pas

tures and a three-point landing
with Marge.
ORCHIDS-It was a very heav-
enly ceremony and reception for

Chief and Mrs Elmer Chiapparoni, MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
the former Barbara Dyer, last
J Movie: Wt't'kdapt-USO and 2000; wwk-eml*-1430 and 2000.
I Saturday. The bride, the maid of
1c honor, Mary App, any the maid,
i Rosy De Vine were all beautiful. "ARIZONA RANGER", starring Tim Holt.

The bridegroom best man, O. Wilson FRIDAY
"WOMAN IN WHITE", with A. Smith.
and Miller
usher Barney ,
were handsome in their white uni-
forms. The couple left immediately SHOW at 1330. "WEST OF SONORA", with Smiley
Burnette. Feature, "FURY AT FURNACE CREEK", starring VectorMature.
; after the reception for a honeymoon -
t.. in yonder lands .
; .. BITS OF DOPE-The ball game SUNDAY .
WAVES ."FURY AT FURNACE CREEK", starring Victor Mature ,1.
with the proved one
}:!; thing in this reporter's mind. The MONDAY
: :- : "PORT SAID" with W.
..:::: : <; : ;. ,:'.;.:". I! poised WAVES team.are They a well-balanced will gain their and TUESDAY, AND Bishop.WEDNESDAY

"DAISY KENYON" Joan Crawford.
due recognition in the near future.

. "I've only read half of It the line's shorter than usual today." I The handling of the team by Chief JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUMNow I

... ......-.- Pete Gushanas the playing of
Y Butch Glover, Skipper Laddie ( open| to enlisted personnel and dependent a* well all officer).
1 Johnnie and the rest make it a Shows start at 2000. .
i iS hard combination. to beat. Good THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ,

fllkc.rJ I luck to you, girls. "LETTER FROM UNKNOWN WOMAN", featuring! Joan Fon r
Some of the so-called "elder" taine.
ol'kSot chiefs have challenged the CPO SATURDAY

team to a game under the lights "WEST OF SONORA", starring Smiley Burnette
this week This team will include SUNDAY

: Hy Joan O' r'ant, PN2 such stars as Krzesawiak Stan- "WOMAN IN WHITE", with A Smith.

( from NVRTU) I While some of the gals are ton, Mathieu. Brannan, and other MONDAY AND TUESDAY"FURY

(hdilor'i.. Note: This week. column counting the days until they will retired players. I believe, boys, AT FURNACE CREEK", starring Victor Mature. .
lot denoted to r'.\'IU" )>158)). be civilians the rest of our :'clan" you might as well buy the keg WEDNESDAY
keeps right on rolling along. Just now as later. "PORT SAID", with W. Bishop.
COLUMN Some of the fellows
ask any of the short-timers how What happened to you on that
of FASRON-158: are wondering
and scuttlebuttfor many more days they have to seventh-hour watch Fitzgerald? OTHER EVENTS

where this the column news comes from. In complete Hope they all will be We wish to express our sincerest BINGO l'AltT\-Evl'ry Thursday at 2000 at Navy Wives Club
here's the as happy as they can when they greetings and a heart full house in Dewey Park.
of clarification,
way dope: the editors and reportersof go out into the "cold cruel world. of cheer to Chiefs Baxter and BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.

the staff to contact all I The Hearts and Flowers news Mitchell. They ire both out of Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593.
try you
fellows who may have some news is getting back to normal with an I the game for a few days with MAINMOL; LOL>GE;-boimeriy the Reception Center, located In

.' of interest to the rest of us But, I engagement and a wedding to I fractures resulting from softball. the South wing of Building No. 953::;, is open to NAS personnel anal
report on. Marge Lewis has a A to both of their from 1000 to 2200
because of the fact that we only speedy recovery you guests daily. Available for wedding receptions
get together once a month, it is sparkler which evidently means gentlemen. by arrangement with Wcltaro Officer. Combination radio-pho
another near Mrs And Barbara HELLOS-Faces at the club: available
to column such nograph. for use of all hands.
difficult compile a :
as this without the cooperation of I i Dyer became Mrs. Chipparoni Sat- Chief and Mrs Bill Shanlcy, Chief LIBRARY-Located on second deck of Malnside Recreation Building ,

So, fellows, if you have urday' afternoon at St. Edward'sChapel. and :Mrs. Miller (of the Photo No 3. Open from 1200 to 2000 Monday through Friday. Saturday '.
everyone. '
that think wouldbe After a very lovely wed- Lab), chief and :Mrs. Brannan and Sunday from 1300 to 1700WM.MING .

any of news interest to you all hands, why 'I' ding, complete with "new-look" I. Chief and Mrs Zilla, Chief and S \ -Outdoor Pool. Daily Monday through Friday-100<>

not make use of any size sheet of gowns, there was a reception at Mrs. Etter, Chief and Mrs. Han- to 1730. Saturday-1000 to 1800; Sunday 1215 to 1800.
the Chiefs' Club complete i Chief and Mrs. Victor, Chief
ley GOLF-Course from 1000
scratch and bring it aroundto I open to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun.
paper ; with punch and music. Word is ,, and Mrs. Chanlfant and a lot mon'
one of the reporters. After all, day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
that the couple will honeymoonin I: of you very nice people. As Paul trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
it's column-to use
your on'
benefit.your The same goes for the Cuba. If things keep be along :,I Whiteman says, "See you at the A.MI1ORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
Information Bulletin. If this trend, there will moiomarried club." aids and! uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
you cannot contact one of the reporters around here.gals Dottie than Zielan single is ones thi I I ASSURANCE With the following I Field. Dancing every Wednesday night with the Air Station Band.
contact Leading Chief men in office, we are as- I NNlS-Racqutta and bails ate available! at the Pnjbicdl; : Training -
next one planning the big step, I
I sured of a good time every day Building No. T2Q.
Stonemetz and we'll see that it
Lorrie Albert has definite
goes out in the next copy of our I 'at the club-Vlce-Prcsident Cline, ritC.SERSponsoreQ; by the Navy Wives Club In Bldg. 110L

column. If you do not receive a i i plans, too.RIGHT .AROUND HOME I Treasurer Zilla Secretary Hirsch Hour; Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday-0730 to 1800;; Thursday

paper or bulletin, be sure to see I of in theParlor" Ass't Secretary and Treasurer I and Fiiclay; -07JO to 2100; Satul'uay-0730 to 0100 Sunday morning.
Chief Stonemetz and he'll make There was a game "Pig i Mitchell, and the Board of Governors i Rates: Hourly25 cents for one child; 10 cents for each additional
that receive one. Monday noon we I Fitzgerald, Smith Rala- child; Card $8 for one child; $10 for two children; and $11 for threo
stare you I do mean a real live pig well,
RON HOP-The two hops to ford, Strickland, Raphael, and or more children; Daily (for working mothers)-$1 flora 0700 to ,
a runt, anyway. If some of the 1800. \
The entertainment committee
Havana Cuba, since our last drill and could Bryant.
had their
have been reported to have all the girls way has also promised us affairs IlOllliY SHOP-Located in Bldg. 913. Open daily from 1700 to
earmarks of successful trips. have talked a bit faster, we might if we get the DO RE MI. 2100 and 1300 to 2100 on Saturdays Closed Sundays. Facilities and '
I have had another pet Red Hyslop for all hobbies.
There seems to have been quite arrivalin a seems lost since the last sea draft all must know by now Jo Bies I I MODEL AIRPLANE :jslIOP-Room 13, Bldg. 913. Regular Hobby 1
mixture of feelings upon left here. Have you heard is back and laryngitis has got her! 'Shop hours.

Havana. For some it was a from Mac yet, Betty? The green I We began to believe there was a I MODEL RACE CAR SHOP-Room 15, Bldg. 913 Regular Hobby ,
return to old stamping grounds: ; hornet (Kay's Chrysler, that is) frog in the P. A. system. And Shop hours.

for others It was a new and dif- took a fast trip to Miami last speaking of MAA's P. Pooleis 1'IIOIOGRAPIIY CLUB Room 5, Bldg. 913. Meets' at 1930
ferent thrill to visit Play- I week-end and a good time was on leave quite a few of the Thursdays. !
ground of the Caribbean. had by all naturally. The gals will begin taking leaves soon
The PBY arrived at Rancho ;i Basketball Team also had a fine their
I to go up north and show WHERE TO GO ASHORE
Bolleros, Cuba, about 15 miles time at the party on Thursday, Florida tans and to keep from I
from Havana, at 1110 on 10 April. SALVATION ARMY SERVICEMEN'S CENTER 602
and they are all mighty proudof losing all that leave piled up on West Adams
The fellows (those who slept) their trophy and individual the books. What a life Flor- above Lane Drug Store, one block west of Navy Bus Station. '

stayed at the Gran America Hotelin awards. Good goin', gals Just ida in winter and the North in Free use of recreation room, writing room, music room, check :

Havana. The plane left Rancho keep up the good work. Most summer What more could we room, and shower facilities. Light refreshments available at snack ,
Bolleros at 1300 on the 11th and popular gal of the week Peg I ask! bar. Open from 12 noon to 12 midnight.

arrived in Jacksonville at 1755 the Peterson, she must use Ponds! DUPLICATE BRIDGE TOURNAMENTS every Friday night at .
same day. Personnel who went on Phone calls, callers, and all stuff 2000. Open to the public. Naval personnel cordially invited. 3521 St. _/

the trips were asked what they | like that there. :Ma Lind- EnrollmentContinued Johns Avenue. Playing fee $.75. Telephone Remlinger, 2-0013, for res.
thought about the RON hop, and gren got some beautiful roses for ervations and information. i

here's what they had to say- Mother's Day with a card that ( from Page 4)) HOSPITALITY CENTER for servicemen and young people at :

White, J. B, AKAN-"The most said "cause we loves ya!" As you husband wife, and all children Union Congregational Church, 236 W. Church Street (between Hogan i I
thrilling experience I have had a 18 of There is and Julia), every Saturday night, 2000 to 2300. Dancing, ping. I
since I was discharged from the cute little boys you have, Di Gior- under years age. pong, table games, singing, etc.
Navy..' gi. How about getting them on only one waiting period requiredby

Lynch, R. %V., Sll-"I had a the waiting list for NARTU now the plans, maternity cases, in
very nice time and would like togo and assure their future? which the policy must have beenin The Runway (Continued from rage 7)
effect ten months. New
back some other time; thereIs SCUTTLEBUTT line shackin
a lot that remains to be seen NARTU's Hangar No. 113 subscribers must pay an enroll- indirect way, it brought out 2,000 other men, who rooted and

In Havana." is one of the busiest places during ment the fee first of $50 which is includedin cheered their squads on to victory. Yes, NAS Jax has been I
Gay, P. IL, YNT2-'I think this FASRON-158's: week end drill lot of but "new blood"
losing: a men lately has been
who do not already
trip hat been one of the most exciting periods. There is such a hustle and Departments I
trip of my naval career. bustle that the phrase, "organized have a group established will be ing them daily, and soon another top-notch intra-mural pro-

both educational and pleasant. I confusion," might well be applied.But required to obtain 60 per cent par- gram will be in the offing for all hands. ..

think everyone should try to make your reporter got someone to ticipation of their personnel be- At present, softball is making its rounds in the Main-
one of these trips." give out with the dope as to just fore the group can be accepted. side and of enthusiasm
plenty has
area shown far '
will be made to offer so ,
Peters, C. F., ADE2-'The trip what the score is. I asked why Every
was educational and relaxing, andI there were so many people wait- all interested employees the op- in it. With a little more added help from everyone, this

really enjoyed the sights" ing around there. He informed portunity of availing themselves season's softball circuit should outdistance the hoop leagues

The attendance and morale of me that these men were plane coverage under these plans. of 1918 and take its place alongside the many fine intra-
FASRON-158 would be increased -i handlers, directors, mechanics, and Michael Cascone, Employee Ser- mural in station
seasons history.
if these trips could be made I others waiting for hops, instruc- vices, Industrial Relations Department .

more often. The overall opinion of tions, or discrepancies. Bldg. 450:' is chairman of also outlined by the speaker. _,
everyone taking one of the jauntswas OVERHEARD Control towerto the station drive and may be con- WivesContinued
that it was swell, and the PBY taxiing out for takeoff, tacted for information about these Navy Following the talk, the Navy

scuttlebutt is that other similar "Your boarding ladder is still plans. Department representatives I ( from I'age 1)) wives selected Mrs. Billie Orr and
in the from the waist hatch. have also been named and will be .
RON hops will be made hanging both husband and wife was emphasized Mrs. Erma Anderson to act A3
near future. PBY pilot's quick reply to tower, available for information. They
hostesses at the club's next social
PERSONAL-Di Giorgi, V. A., "I know. It's still there for those are Arthur W. Allen, Supply; by the local Insurance

ADE2, one of the reporters for who change their minds at the Ralph T Mosley, Public Works; man. He cautioned his listeners to meeting on 20.May.. .

this column, informs us that his last minute before takeoff. Tower's Harry A. Jarrard. Assembly and be certain that their children were
wife has been confined to St. Vincent's firm but quiet answer, "Very Repair; Helen M. Styron, Inspec- MAA: "Your honor, I admit I
listed a* beneficiaries after the have been driving a bit fast but I
Yard .
Hospital. We hope that it well, carryon. tion; C. C. Dept.
wife to the from would like to point out that I ama ..
prevent mdney
isn't serious, Di Giorgi and all NOTICE' Don't forgot our Ruth Hill Aviation Training;
YOur shipmates of F ASRO -1S8 nrxt drill period 5.6 June and I Edith M Brooks Communications reverting to the grandparents instead '- Navv master-at-arms. .

wish your wife a very speedy r '- keep in mind our active training ,, and Nora Lee Robarts Executive :- of the Children Four dif Judge 'Ignorance is no ex

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