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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 1948
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MEMORIAL DAY--1948


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t Vol. 6-No, 9 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION. JACKSONVILLE FLA. 27-May-1948
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? ) vb1 Naval Aviator Ceremony I




Scheduled At NAS TodayFor /


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the first time since -
Naval Aviator designation included Training at Jacksonville and were

1943. ceremonies markingthe Comdr. Lewis S. Sims. Major given their wings and their com
designation of student John E. Shedaker, Lt. I ijg) Sam-
missions as ensigns comple
pilots as Naval Aviators were uel M.\ Cooley, 1st Lt. Cleveland upon
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4 i }' scheduled for this morningar C. Barry, Lt.
;: 1st Lt. William C. McGraw, Lt. Pensacola or Corpus Christi. Un-
: NAS Jacksonville. The pro- (jg) Robert I. Kasten, and Mid- der the present system, students

___ gram was planned for the shipmen Eldon W. Brown Joseph I must complete Advanced Training
bandshell opposite the Main H. Burke Ernest E. Grant Stanley .. before they are "Designated Naval

Administration Building at M. Hayes William F. Carrozza Aviators.In .
I Lemuel O. Warfield, Robert A. addition to Mayor Whitehead -
Y 1130. In the event of rain it Zajich k. Glenn L. Allen, and other official guests for the

was to be held indoors at the William R. O'Neill. ceremonies were W. S. Johnson,

Junior Officers' Auditorium.Sixteen Now that the ceremony has executive vice president and gen-
pilots were slated to been resumed here, it is to be a : eral manager of the Jacksonville

recerve their certificates from weekly affair as candidates com- | Chamber of Commerce, and J. >1'a':.

Oomdr. C. E. Robertson, Superin- plete their final phase of Ad- | Kavanaugh, chairman of the
vanced Training. Prior to 1913 AV- Chamber's Naval Affairs Commit
tendent of Aviation Training. Seven -

w s; ;* w-'* V* '* I were were midshipmen officer students Captain and Herbert nine- I iation Cadets took Intermediate tee.


Jnerr"ca 'Yfltftroricrt/ eJJa I. manding S. Duckworth Officer and NAS Chief Com of : Civil Service Employees

J ij Naval Air Advanced Training

was to present the graduates with I Covered RetirementTo
By Chaplain Francis Lee Albert their wings. Jacksonville's MayorC. By I
The uf people in civilization and cul
progress any Frank Whitehead was listed as

". ture may be measured by the respect accorded their the speaker for the occasion. I Receive CertificatesI

dead. As a climax to the ceremony,

Among Americans 30 :May is a sacred day and a the program called for an exhibition I Station civil service em- -ment.---

solemn occasion. It is our National :Memorial Day. It is I by the Blue Angelsif weather
I permitted the( ceremony to be ployees who come under the i In addition information is given
the day set aside by the American people for the public held outdoors. 1 j
United States Civil Service.: as to what a Federal Civil Service
decora t to it of the graven of the heroes! of the Pilots who were to receive their
Army, the Navy, and the :Marine Corps. Retirement; System will soon I worker may do to purchase

lionv think of those hoI're additional annuity, what he receives
Anytime \\ \\ receive Certificates of Membership -
dear to lit and who have paxnexl on into the Exams For Academy i 1 which list the obli- if he leaves the Government
service before becoming eligible
Great Beyond, our inliiiU are awed and our
hearts' are tender. And ordinarily, when we gations, benefits, and privil- for retirement or annuity, what
School To Be
enter! a cemetery, it .Is a !sad' and solemn occasion Prep eges of membership in the annuity benefits his widow and

as we go to attend funeral rites for a system, it was announced late children will receive if he dies
t Given Here 21
b JulyThe while in active service after com-
relative, friend
a shipmate or a : the Industrial
yesterday by
of five of civilian
t a Hut Memorial: Sunday lo Americans pletion years
annual competitive examinations Relations Department. i service. >vhat annuity benefits his
will gather in the burial places of the dead to I
d for entrance to the Naval -
hold Services of Hf'm..lnbn..u.Iar'hlng: men 1 I Although the Civil Service Re- ; widow and children will receive 1C
ulll more in slow time to pay the tributes that School Academy and College tirement system is the largest in j he dies after he has retired whatis

are due from the living to the dead. Young a 1 Preparatory, will be give! at NAS the world, a majority of the members i meant by lump-sum death pay
Jacksonville on 21 July in accordance 1 ments, when and to whop theyare
people will gather choicest blossoms to strewon only have a vague understanding ,
with BuPers Circular LetterNo. made, how payment is made,
their graves. There will be patriotic hymns of their rights and priv-
and inspirational addresses' and memorial 77-48 it was announced this I ileges. The certificate, similar to and what an employee must do' to
j week Lt. A. Warden, Educationofficer.
prayers for the repose of the souls of our heroic by. j i policies given holders of annul- I secure benefits and privileges.
dead ties and retirement policies in'' Space is also provided on the
Candidates who
Next Sunday" Kant: and West:! and North successfullypass I commercial insurance companies, i iI back of the certificate for the
to
4 and South, wherever thoughtful Americans the exam will be: ordered I is designed to clarify the operationof holder to keep a record of hU Fed-
the Naval School at> Bainbridge
live, patriotic services: will be held, and our the system. eral service.
Md.. in October to prepare for the I .
liberty-loving citizens ulll remind themselvesagain
:Naval Academy examinationswhich With the recent amendments i
of the brave deeds of the ml'nho have
to the Retirement Act, many
will be given in April, 1919.
fought their country' battles on land, on the Personnel who wish to availth'ms..lves I changes and conditions have been Personnel Again
sea, and in the air. I made which are of importance to
of the totake
opportunity Reminded To
:Memorial Day 1,* not simply( a holiday for t the examinations which will both the employee. and his family, Help

recreation and sport. It has become a national lead to preparation for the entrance it was stated. The certificate, In Conserving Food
institution in the minds of Americans at .
loyal exams to Annapolis should written in simple, everyday language -
home and In foreign lands. In every city and contact their division officers im- will provide an answer to j In view of the continued importance

county, on Military Reservations at Naval Sta mediately for details and eligibility many questions concerning the i of food in the economy

tions, and on ships at tea, there will be Services requirements, Lt. Warden said.3k. benefits the employee will receive j of the nation and the world the
of Kemembrance. Americans at home and and the protection the law affords need for conservation was reiterated -

in the far places do not forget their heroic e his family upon his death. j this week in AINav 40-18 which

dead, at leat not on Memorial Day. Many points are covered in the I urged the cooperation of all hands
Lads like those who have in .
preceded us in this effort.
ceitificate, including how the retirement -
the service of their country ha\e died that "e fund is financed, what The AINav revealed that a 43-
might live amid the blessings! of peace. God Cajtl n Says
I the term creditable service means, point program for food conserva-
to be true to the ideals which held
help U'i they "Turning in a false I' fire how an employee may receive full tion recently released by the Department
and to the of freedom and
principles justice alarm may seem cute and olev-) credit for service for which he has of Agriculture for pub

democracy: Some for which they fought. er to some guy, but it in a no money In the fund, when he lic feeding industries will be published
of and Naval heroes
I our Military are pain lit the neck to the }'lre'' will be eligible for annuity benefits in a future edition of the
buried la in distant land.
I lonely spots ; some Department" i and a table showing how I Navy Department Semi-monthly
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I l- much he will receive upon retire- I Bulletin.
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r I Music And Art Summer Courses MARITIME Rf COMMISSIONER GUEST OF MAS II




i .ffered Children At NurseryChildren a 3 ,


I of naval personnel stationed -- -- -- ---
club officials urged parents to
here will be offered preschool
contact Mrs. Bedard
as
soon as
courses in music and art r
possible at the Nursery for information -
this summer at the Navy Wives
on enrollment.
Club-sponsored Nursery, Mrs.
Walter H. Bedard, kindergarten Immediately following the mus- ,
ic and art courses, dancing classes I k e
teacher announced today. Youngsters
will be conducted by MrsCarol
between the ages of five and
Morgan. These classes will
nine will be accepted for
years be one hour long, from 1115 to
enrollment In the six-week sum
1215. The charge is $lGO ik'S
mer session which begins- 22 June.- week. per I : ) o

Classes will be two hours long I

from 0900 to 1100, on Tuesdaysand (SEA) -The cooking compart-

Thursdays of each week. ment of a vessel is called a galley

Among the subjects covered by However, in ancient times a single'

the courses are drawing, simpleart deck vessel native to the Medit-n-- i

handicraft (emphasizing the ranean propelled by oars or sails,
making of useful articles for home was also called a galley. Galley-

use), songs, elementary note read I built was an old term for a flush
ing, and playing in the rhythm decked vessel.


band cymbols rtded the with, course by triangles such the Is Nursery.instruments completed and By drums, Mrs.the as LONG long-WEEKENDAnother weck-eml: -Is In b J \ ;: $% $ i __


C" and said, the children will !store for NAS military and civilian

have made a booklet entitled "My personnel this coming Saturday _

Music Book" which will containthe /Sunday and Monday C ,, \r
Since !Memorial Day, a National -
songs they have learned illustrated JiLAi.
with pictures drawn or Holiday, fall on Sunday, tth
colored by the students them- :Monday will be observed a* a (

selves. holiday personnel at lids,activity.with the.ct'I All civilian )'- _._ _W"-A___ < _""_, ,r It<, .. ,__ .I(

.. Fee for the summer courses is tion of necessary maintenance U. S. MARITIME COMMISSIONER Joseph K. Carson, Jr.. visited NAS last Friday, following his:

$9, payable in semi-monthly in- workers, and military personnel address Thursday night at the annual Maritime Day dinner of the Jax Propeller Club at the George

stallments. This is but 75 cents a not standing watches will Washington Hotel. Shown above with the Commissioner (wearing bow tie) are left to right, Comdr.F. .

lesson, or 38 cents an hour. enjoy three straight non-work- J. Brush NAS Executive Officer, Captain L. Y. Mason, acting Commandant of the Seventh Naval

Since enrollment will be closedas leg day, District, Charles LJphart of the Propeller Club, and Captain D, W. Harrigan, Chief of Staff, Naval
soon as the clause are filled Air Advanced Training: Command.



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Bulletins will be accepted until apace but IM
later than 1000 Tuesday };xt. 8230.

FOIl SALK t with private:
bath, Venetian blind'
Diamond engagement ring. never and No children S.
woin one large renter stone, two Mrs. 1018 Bans
small tilde stones Stone are perfect Also lIh private bath for*
and of modem rut Retails at $144.
or
gentleman.
will sell for 7950. Call Lt. Rolandat (' No
D ext. 8156.
ORIAL };))
Table-lop gas range and 50-pound 1 icebox
both In good condition. Phone I Job AS PIne Miss CH
Joe Goss at 2-6627, or see at 1191 Bowen .
Cumberland Road. '" apartment with
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Double wooden bed with spring and bath ng couple without
mattress In very good condition, $.'\,'). Call Mr. Lane at
J1lxufs America's Memorial l Day Simmons day bed J10. Call Chief ext. :.

Koser at ext. 215. ..
(Continued from Page 1) Ta for-Tnt baby stroller, deluxe mod
of them are Interred In our local title of the ilel. In good condition. See V HSptatlln Lost.of ) watch Sunday washroom mot ning
Road,
1132A Allegheny
Editorial Offices dead; Nome of their bodies are 'hurled In the at to flndei Se.
Southlng, Lower Deck, Bid?. 930Telephone NAS. Brauer (' F. 01 the
great National Cemeteries, and some of them *
net $12, SeeJ.
9-foot mullet casting ext.
E,lcnsion-8184 "sleep, their last (sleep in nnniarUe graven beneath W. Hook, at 13J1B Randolph St. I .
Arthur M. Greene, Editor the surface. of the *('U' \\herever their NAS.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the bodies lie we shall remember them with Admiration 1M8! two-door Ford sedan Has been r l l
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, and and gratitude ..Memorial! Sunday. run only !tat mile, will consider l lA
Hade Call Archie Carter at 4-8221 I'
fundsat
printed commercially with non-apuropmted ourselves '. endeavor to be
\Ve honor aK4. In the da) time 01 at 9-6W In the
no expense to the government and in compliancewith their
worthy of their example and of inspira evenings.
Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December -
SecNav Circular
t ion. 1933 Oldsmobile In good!: running;
1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat There are no higher and holier sf'ntlll1t'lltlithan dillon with eight good then"
Naval Air Reserve at 6890.. or see at ron-I
the Funk
the Naval Air Station, Mr.
those aroused by the twin virtues of Reverence -
Training Unit, the Headquarters of the Naval Murray Dilve\ .
and Patriotism: love of God and love Collapsible Thayer baby ('Rl'rlajtIIkt.
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters of of Country. Each year the heart of America Is new and very trasonable. Can be
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air seen at 1232A Hancock Street NAS. I
touched 1 \\ tenderness and the soul of America -
Station Cecil Field, and the U. S. Naval Hospital. \\'. C. Ceriy.
I 11'6 the sentiments. arousedIn
strengthened by "' $68 washing machine apartment size
the proper observance of Memorial nit.,'. ,,11111'11\ for $25. See Chief
Captain Herbert S. Duckworth. USN. Commanding at 3310A Gibbs Avenue.' Dewey Dl'tllt"1 book is now
Jacksonville Naval Air Station And so, on Memorial Suml.ty 19'8't> shall lloll> wood bed. dressing table
pledge ourselves! anI'to the !service 1 of our mirror studio couch llbiniy table i in the the use of all

Captain C. M. Schaar.MC Ca nR.F. W. Pi lest man. Flag and of our Country: with drawer, end table, straight soft- who professionally
< ). USN.: Commanding CommandingNaval bottom chair, coffee table, and racking -
U. S. Naval Hospital Air Reserve "Thou, too, "sail on, O Ship of State, i halt. All for 5130. See James I or marine transportation -
Training Unit Sail on, O Union, strong and great ; '1'. Kelly at 1234 Cumberland Rued subjects. The
Humanity pith all Its fears or at Malnsldc Galley bake shop
Lt. Col. T. C. Moore Jr. Lt. Col! Robert A. Bleep!' \\lth all its hopes' and future years 1937 1'uckatd fout-dooi, action with MARITIME
USMC. Commanding Commanding Marine All new pistons pin, and inserts amt I Ipood "includes words
Marine Barracks Detachment, NARTU Is hanging breathless on thy fate." 8-ply tlies $r3.: See .. KLl and '
to
-*- ml bet'K at shop 10.10, A&R. penmanship -
The JAX AIR NE\\S receives Ship's Editorial Association Si\-ioom( block htlust'I\ h scicenod shipping, mari
material Republication of credited matter prohibited porch for sale 01 lent Some cash time law, ships
without permission of SEA. \\ashlnpton :25. D.: C. Republication and balance terms. 46,16 Tlmuquan.i equipment naval
Road, Call U lib'chile at 5-619U-J.
cations Is prohibitedrNlthout epeimlaslune1ofCeEditor, 1.6! Find. tudor with new upholslei, insurance!!
TAX AIR NEWS. htalei. good tlies, recent paint job, and oceanography -
and newls-uverhaulcd! engine. $123 meteorology
,
See J. 'r. Kelly at 1234 Cumberland

Why What and How :taus cmdVieuws FrnntStatk 6 tu Hood fl.I gas refrigerator In good: condition I methods navigational used In commercial appliances -

Call Airs, V. J. King at : instruments'

(This is the sixth. in a series of article about 0220 l-I boat build-
Eureka, vacuum cleaner' 1917 modelIn
the Navy Relief Socletj. The organization |III! nowtearing ing For
I perfect' condition Originally whaling"
( the cloe of Its annual appeal 1 for contribution i WO. will sell i for $J8.,1 can / most nautical expressions

*.-Ed.) Robertson i at ext 621 01 see at :31J6Atlleboio and French
I In the evening
PURPOSE--The Navy Relief Society was Incorporated TOO NEAR THE SHOREA l'J41 Plymouth coupe In good condition 'I included. Also,
23 January 1904 in the District of Driven only 8 WO miles si no* there of native

Columbia for the purposed aiding indigent widows short while ago, a friend and I went paint last complete job See Salxiill oveihaul, Hangar Has new 117 I and from all parts of

and orphans of personnel of the United States bathing l Jacksonville Beach when the tide I 01 3.MMB: Glbbs Ate." Dewey Park. I the as numerous
Navy and Marine Corps. Subsequent amendments }'oui'piece bedroom suite; one suit t charts which help to 1
to its Certificate of Incorporation have materially was high. It was a day when wind and cur- of atlatlon gleans coat size\ 42 make Compiled by

broadened the scope of its work. As currently rents combined to produce an unusually tiousets size. 34 Ine suit of CPO I I Rene INTERNA
blurs trousers sire :IS, coat size 44
phrased, the purpose of the Society is to "collect rough surf. As we ventured hesitantly into Can be Keen Saturday morning at i 1200.'I DICTION
and hold funds and to use the same for aid in times the mountainous breakers threwus 1.102: Cumberland Road. Chief Ihomp- ARY is and useful -
sea, some blues, :.!O.> ,
of need of the officers and enlisted men of the Naval .on Ii Ice toi $ gieenii dictionary of
back the sand. On second $30. I
Service of the United States'!, which term shall include upon a try we 1H8 Fold two-door sedan with radio. and phrases.In .

the regular Navy and Marine Corps of the met one pounding wave after another which heater, o\cidihe, and neat etude' U. LOGISTICS

United States, the reserve components thereof whenon made it impossible to keep a footing. After J.NAS B. after Bates. 1600.11:UA Allegheny Road. I' IN THE WORLD WAR

active duty, and the United States Coast Guard being battered in a lusty manner for about Baby carriage, folding type, In good Duncan presents frn
when serving as part of the United States Navyin I condition $8. also \honing bard accurate accountof
friend made the
time of war, and also for the aid in times of I ten minutes, my suggestionthat and one Sable-d>ed Coney fur coat the organization and

need of dependents of such officers and enlistedmen we swim out into the deep beyond the vail worn ut only 3.UX1B I: for Gibbs two months Avenue, See Dewey Sal- I logistics during

and to provide relief and assistance to the breaking waves and. strong currents. We PaikThreepiece. I World author was a
of deceased officers and men of said bedroom set with ('011IIpl'ln"
dependents dived in and soon reached a point outsideof naval the war, serving -
mall"'III See Mis Newmanat
Naval Service". A responsibility of the
primary for the South Pacific
the formation of the jarring beachcombers 1213A Hancock: Street NAS
Society, however, is still to provide relief and aid I Small baby cilb and matt'en*. Phon.* and for in the historical
to dependent widows, minor orphan children, and where there was a comparative calm. Mrs Preston at ext. b47. 01 see at section of the Chiefof

dependent mothers of deceased personnel, principally There, beyond the limits of the average Craftsman 1004 Bailn eleililc Street waver NAS.and sanding He first defines -

during the interim period while awaiting penNon bather's venture, was a place to enjoy sat- machine complete with sanding, disc and then
and insurance benefits and adjustment" to the the pleasure that the swim- und metal case, thlld combination traces of the naval
isfactorily eager
new situation. steel rocker and swing Pal baby handling during World
from of God's stroller, combination swing and car
mer gets being a part own
WHAT ASSISTANCE IS GIVEN-It is the aim seat, baby trainer" ihalr. Can be War II, the way through
of the Society that all its services, financial as well ocean. keen at 3810A Norman Street, DewtyPaik. his toward im

&I advisory, intermediary and social, be of lasting Too often a man's Christian experience Two-bedroom. P. Uordonaio.stucco over concrete In organization. -

and truly constructive value. In many cases direct is just such a borderline one as is met on block In Luke Shoie Close. to .
financial assistance, either by loan on gratuity or I schools, bus, church, and shopping An naval biography
combination, is indicated. In others, no monetary venturing into a boisterous surf. He decides center. 47VJ Colonial Avenue. Price is that HULL: CAP-
involved the needed that he will "have little in his 57,950, FHA llnanctd. Phone Ml.DeSchene '.
expenditures are help takingthe a religion at 9-7'JlS! : TAIN written -
form of the services of the Navy Relief Nurse, life" He will attend a chapel service on Sun- 1016 Plymouth foui -door! sedan In per. by Hull and the
assistance with transportation, housing, securing feet condition Call Mr. Carter at the Navy
and then and
will
day, say a prayer now 4.8221.
information about dependency allowances, -
pensions
10.18: Hai ley-Davidson motori>cle! together saw many thrill
will possibly read a little from the Bible if
government insurance locating and com- '
model 80! Can be bought for cash ing The author
municating with Navy personnel, and advising he gets around to it. Those things should only. Call J. L. Payne ext. :IO!). does not Hull's less glam-

about available community resources such as Aid convince the world that he is a Christian, Phllco mahogany radio with round push occasional button control table orous records his mistakes '-

to Dependent Children, Crippled Children's Service, and they will soothe his own conscience occasional chair, table lamp, two- as wellas
I'olio League, Welfare Department and related piece Kioehlei living I room suite his This is
flen Icea. which tells him that the God of his fathers Phone Mis C. M. Martin at 2b.5'! _
I 01 see at 4658' Blounl Avenue, Tlmu- ports
Financial assistance is predicated upon two has a claim on him, too. Sometimes he even quana Manoi. of the of one of the

basic considerations: (1)) an established Naval gets a genuine heart-warming which means 8-loom house with 113x800 foot lot portant our early naval

status; and, in the case of dependents, actual dependency that he has attained unto a vital union with on to rl\'l'r.South conveniently Gate do down located Collins close history.

as opposed to mere relationship, and (2) the Spiritual Ruler of the Universe. Rood until river, turn right two i *
there must be real need. blocks. J. R. Gladln, 8-1822.

Typical situations in which financial aid may be But so many of these would-be swim- FOR UKNT New

granted are: mers, who believe in God and would accept Large furnished loom with three exposures

(a) Where a man has lost hU life and the widow, what He cart give, stay perilously close to I Will lent and to gentleman continuous Phone hot water Mrs.. Rating BeginsSEA

minor children or truly dependent parent the shore line. Although the ocean of His Jackson at 4-blJ7 or see at 141 west ( ) officers
needs assistance pending the receipt of Government 10th Street.' of all naval receiving
love is before them they prefer to remain
benefits; or to provide a widow with Foui -room terrace apartment on St. stations advised that
Johns Rlvei at Change Park Redcc.oiated
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the land of their desires and
near own pleas-
transportation to her family, or to completea thiQughout and convenient 10 rating badgesand
course' of vocational training, if she would ures. As there is a ceaseless conflict between NAS. No children or pets. Phone R marks will commence -

otherwise have insufficent funds for basic ocean and shore, so there is a continual Two R. Lake large at coiner ext 8211.bedrooms, nlcelv middle of May.It .

needs.b struggle between the things outside of the furnished, at 23'VS "'01 bel Sheet.Phone is all personnelmake
( ) When hospitalization is required for acute 101 r.. 1. J. Maddock at 7-
as
changes
will of God and those things which are within. !9874
illnesses by dependents where Naval facili- Will chase private home Everything I soon! insignia becomes
The man who stands where the two
ties for such care are not available or for some fuinMhed, Pi'IN ate bath and refilgeralor. insignia may be
good reason cannot be utilized assistance may meet receives a pounding and a buffetingthat Baby welcome. Phone MisMoye ''. worn 1949.

be given bv helping the serviceman or his is the result of his uncertain status. Widowed, at lady 2-9035 will share home with I I _
dependents to pay for such servictf' ward or couple, baby welcome Convenient'
minimum rates. The Society Is unable to fir The remedy for such a conflict in life to NAS. Phone Mrs. Dorman at :2T808 I

finance eases involving chronic illness or sit is to get out-into the depths with God. Some- : s eAt
!New tlve-ioom apartment at 25 East I
uations which requite long term commit times it takes nerve to swim out beyond the 16th Street Large looms, plenty jl

mf'nts.'h.n hospital ward accommodationsdo crowd and to go against the advice of those closets, tiled I bath deluxe ele doctor SPace heater: icfilgeratoi I i iii.'
not include the services of a hospital automatic Chapels, Biroilmj-
and when the services of Naval medical who claim it is foolhardy to "get in over hot water heater, and all. I hum Moilli At... I I II
tile draln oIHd. Immediate ncrupuny. I .. ., :
officers are not available, the Society may also your head. But to the man who reaches 'h/ Kolchls ,at 5.6199.J. 1 09JO nlc. Chaplain I IA
assist in paying part or all of a private doc- the deep places there comes a peace and a DI i and airy I loom with twin beds -
h,.' fe '. Assistance also be granted Best meals at I seasonable lutes Convenient
(
may satisfaction that the man who feels he must to five bus lines Phone Mrs 1045- 'shlp Servut -
in the payment of Naval hospital bills for The M, Greenwood' at 2-7121: I L. Murphy.
stick close to shore knows. real
never
dependents when necessity arises. Large/: soot roo mwlth four windowsand OaiO- Small Chapel:
(c) Funeral expenses for dependent.. place of danger is that of the crashing surf. adjoining bath One block hum ...ii.
bus Ine, 0700 )
4d) Situations involving temporary distress of No one need ever fear to strike out for the At 5-595.9,Phone Mr"J- (;. Borne 0000- '

dependents for basic living essentials. still waters which the Creator has preparedfor \ "1\'f"lllJm furnished house with gas 1100 )
It > Travel In special caws involving critical I stove, $50 a month! 523O Hyiam M.. An ,. for small children
illness' death His own. In Wesconnctt Keys will be available between 09OD
or .
at 52.IC: uynm .
St. Mrs D E aDd
Robert L.
(Continued next week) Chaplain Murphy. Alehaidson,




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(Note from NARTU)
\.MI.,6, the. Mulli.tntine: iyead
f.. at t\nTt'l' take. oter till, tolimn
thU wpt'k.-ta.: )
FAMOUS l"OUIt'Hey, Mac, If
you're interested in human progress -
and by that we mean your
own, remember there are only
four months during the year in
which examinations for advancement -

in rate may be taken. Theyare X.f

February, May, August and ',- -,
. October and we'd like to suggest E

that it's a good idea to keep _____ f
j them in mind. During the presen :
month the members our squadron t '} e .' r.w _
who are "up" for promotionare
T. F, Bourrie, ADE2 J. D.
Dewberry, ADE2, and J. L. Teasely :g v N-
! qra
ADE3.
THE: LEGAL EAGLE The

1 squadron sea lawyer reports that
(' Public Law 460 of the 80th Con- ;i
gress, which became effective on : : : r
.2:\ Much 1918, has caused certain

changes to be made concerning "Wt
I Organized Reservists SeiNav intends &

to promulgate further instructions -
based upon the new
law but at present the following
modifications have been noted
(1 t Each drill shall be an unbroken -

period of not less than f .A
two hours; ((2)) Drills may be performed tF o' ,L yr'A .t e
>
on Sundays or holidays: : t
((3)) Not less than one drill shall b-

prescribed in any one quarter of PRIZE SUMMER JOB AT WAS war--"saser ?
, the fiscal year Week-End Wing- ,
\ talk will give you the dope on any :NOT ALL PERSONNEL: : : WORKING at NAS have to swelter
:, further instructions resulting from in the summer heat. Gobs assigned to the NAS Commissary cold
) Li' aforesaid law, i iDUL.SING I storage lockers not only find their job refreshing and delightful ,

IT IT-Chief Brockexplains I but too cold for comfort as well. Food delivered by suppliers is
,
that he can't do very stored here wailing issue to the various galleys around the station
, niuch about the several middle- ( Upper left) Shivering in his fur-lined leather jacket, E, L Payne -. tt
age paunches that some of our left, looks at the thermometer held by E. L Williams, which registers -
squadron members are currently a frigid 12 degrees. ( Upper right) Trying to prove that the K A
sporting, but he does suggest that cold doesn't bother him, Payne pushes some beef around in his t
our bearing would look a whole shirt sleeves but as soon as the photographer snapped this shot \r
; lot more military if we snapped ap he made a dive for the warmth of his jacket (Lower right i The
our musters a bit. We devote practically pair emerges from the locker through the icicle-lined entrance
, all our time to training with cases of fish for Fridays noon meal at Mainside.
ana in this outfit .I -- -_____ h____ ____ ___
working and the
Itd
muster on the hangar deck is Volunteer Units Those faIl Attention Pers-10, Navy Department "

!i usually the only military forma- ing in the above categories are Washington 25, D C. Give
tion which is required of us. : reminded that they are required I identification information, full
name service number, rate date Tp'j
PROGRESS REI'OiITWe're to report any change in their permanent I lot enlistment, date of dischargeand
almost there not quite but address in accordanc
present address Copies jf
almost. In other words, we have ;I with existing regulations. Don't current issues of the Naval Reser-; ,
over 100 squadron members sign- I forget our next training period vist are available for distributionto -- s t
ed up out of an allowance of 120. I. It's 19 and 20 June.
all hands
It requires just an extra spurt of I FACT FROM 1"ASKON 58 _
speed on the part of all squadron : We dislike butting in on VP-ML EXTEND ACTIVE DUTY -- tR'jA
members now, and we'11 soon be 56's column, but as most folks I With the advent of the new fiscal .
breaking the ribbon. around NARTU know, we've recently i year 1919, beginning 1 July 1943,
We think VP-ML5S: stands BuPers has authorized a new plan
a been revamped and this Is I
good chance of copping the Noel l i the first time we've gotten a word I of accepting requests for ACTIVE R
Davis award, and we'd like to I TRAINING DUTY in UNITS of
pass in edgewise We'll become a rgn- I
along a bit of info to all pilots. A :I lIar monthly feature from here on i MONTHLY PERIODS up to a total ;.
of FIVE MONTHS. This dire- -
comprehensive examination for pilots 'in, but we're taking this opportu-
of the Organized Reserve will tive is addressed especially to
nity to get started as soon as possible -I
be used as a factor in evaluating I Lt Comdr Sam Jones, multi-engine and s'ngle-englne' pilots -
: with fleet experience and la
the of
proficiency squadrons. The our dauntless exec, waged a fine
exam will be prepared by the campaign for the judge's seat over open to all organized Naval Air
Reservists and all Associated Naval
CNAT Central Examining Board in Lake City but fell short of the -
and distributed to all Naval Ale number one position Considering 1 1 Air Volunteers Training duty
Stations and NARTU's in time to ) orders will be issued in monthly
the fact that it was his first attempt .- i I e !
I be administered during the periodof we are proud of him and I installments ONLY. For example.
1 through 27 June, inclusive 1 a pilot who qualifies for this type
confident that he'll make it next I II s #
It will be the multiple choice type I time Don't forget the next I II I of active duty may request active q
test and should not take more 1 I drill for all hands of FASRON 58 duty with full pay and allowancesfor '
than one hour to complete. the month of August, or for
Squadron is 12 an 13 June Have you
the months of August and September -
CO's are urged to stress the seen the series of correspondence
factor that absenteeism will be courses that BuPers offers to Na- or any other combination
scored detrimentally! I i val Reserve officers and enlisted I II j of months up to a total of FIVE clean desk Blotter ana pen set

Till 1'IPO*,F-Scuttlebutt has men who have been recommended Ground officers' and all enlisted whenever you go off duty? Now

It that all CO's will be requiredin I I by their C.O.'a as prospective officers I personnel may make similar requests Around please dn.t worry just becauseI
the immediate future to submit' Check with the Personnel for active duty on a one- said that, we shall replace them
an accurate and up-to-the-minute Officer and find out if there's a month or several-month basis. See TheJ in case they come up missing! hon.
list of addresses of all officers assigned -I I course available) that you've been the Personnel Officer of NARTU. estly.
to or associated with the looking for Qualified naval Pilots see the Type Training Of The blue waters around beautiful -
component of the Organ-I I veterans whohave not received the ficer. Bermuda will have to wait a
.Iatton rve, and all other offl- Good Conduct Medal should writeto Requests for training duty mustbe while longer before they can b!
are assigned to Asso- the Chief of Naval Personnel in before 31 May 1948 A well.fought game was played blessed with the passing of Betty
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between the Medics and the Dental over waves. seems

( Afterburner DevIce Provides Jet Dillings last Thursday. With mail service to and fro is rugged
Chief Donald Goan playing a Hope everything turns out okay
I bang-up game at third and hitting for all concerned.

I Engine With Extra Burst Of Power like a true veteran, the Medics Pierre, now you look like a
triumphed with a tally of 10-3. Frenchman What's the scoop on

(SEA) -An 'afterburner' device -I Throughout the game, many spectacular the buffer'* Just give us the plain
i, plays were made, and several facts.
which steps up the power of
of the players were pounding After those loner: busy hours 'lt
a jet engine for short periods of I
AFTERBURNER efifc JET ENGINE time has been developed for the I the old pill all over the diamond the office Chief Arnold Beltz U
full to AfTIRAUANER FUEL T4 JET ENGINEADJUSTABLE I Navy fighter plane XF6U-1 Pirate whenever they came to bat ready to hit the sack Why are
r Among the stars of the game were< you always so sleepy, buddy?
Incorporating the principles of I Comdr, D. Henderson playing Our Property and Accounting
I I first for the losers, Stowe, DT3.
the ram jet engine, the device injects Officer, Chiaf Warrant Giles, ta
catching for the Dental team, anJ, certainly winning honors with hu
I gas into the gas flows of the
turbo-jet engine tail pipe and burned in the excess oxygen at on topside On the Medics' winning II renowned Courts and Boards officer .
o team, Lt. (jCarl: ) Brannanat
extremely high temperatures The :; We wish you much success
speed of the aircraft is given an first base, HM2 Tex Ashboughin II and happiness in the future as you
added thrust by greater heat energy left field, HM3 Joe Zinich behind must have had in the past, Mr.
the plate, HM2 Gerry Walker I Giles
pitcher extraordinary, and ,
Temperature limits of the turbine -
blades restrict the power out- Goan, naturally, were the star i (SEA)-The 120-year-ol-i log of
'. put of the simple jet No moving players. Hats off to laughter and USS Constitution was sold at aac-
TURBINE parts are utilized in the after- true sportsmanship, men I tion for $T00 to a dealer.

NOZZLE burning which takes., place in th+ I Dr Connie Asters is lost here The two-volume log covered th182118W
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COMBUSTION tall pipe, however, and higher now without his partner in crime, period when "Old Ironsides .
COMBUSTION CHAMBER temperatures may be maintained Dr. Method Duchon, Dr, Duchonis ,' roamed the Mediterranean
CHAMBER filll A cylindrical device, the "afterburner in and around Chicago on re- destroying the pirate fleets that
COMPRESSOR is eight feet long and is cruiting duty for the time being pried on American merchant shipa.

Official tf 3, Naey Ptioto fitted into the exhaust nozzle of Dr. George Rhodes Is in Kansas Entries were penned into the l>g

AFTKRHURNrit device I N shown above in achemalic drawing. This the Westinghouse turbo-jet engine City on duty temporarily. by E, A, F. VaHette, first lieu.
simple jet engine in attached to tae thaiMt that powers' the plane. What's the score on your frequent tenant of the vessel.
noU i)f the turbojet The speed of the Pirate, ratedIn trips between the pharmacyand .
.. 'in. that
.
( powers th plane the well-over-500-mile-an-hour linen room, Johnny? Find "I* that Rlrl' dress tora .r ana
I class.! Is stepped up considerably those towels yet? I ,.eelog th lp f"
by the "afterburner." I Sarge, where do you hide your "Yes"




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'JOBS OPEN IN CALIFORNIA, ALASKA


I A number of Civil Service posi-
L1k tions are now vacant in the Sacramento 5; and clerk-stenographer, CAF.
l I Valley District and. in the and 4.
Aleutian Islands, it was revealed Vacancies in the Aleutian l.
r In Industrial Relations Department lands are for Kodiak and AdakL,.
Orders No. 12 and 13-48 Issued Alaska. At Kodiak, qualified. persons
j last week. are wanted for the following *,
', The vacancies In the Sacramento positions: fire prevention engineer
I Valley District exist at activities P-5; engineering draftsman -
: \ aj In Chico, Redding and Colusa (architecture), SP-7; clerk
*i it was pointed out. The positions (archivist), CAF-6; property and]
I I for which applicants are needed supply clerk, CAF-5; firefighter,
include safety engineer P-3; hv- I CPC-6; clerk-stengorapher, CAF-
I drologu engineer and civil engineer 3; leadingrrvan painter, $5137.60(
P.2: civil engineer, P-l; engineering I per year; mechanic, printer, $1.95
aide (civil) SP-7 and 8: per hour; electrician (telephone,
engineering draftsmen, SP-6, 7, I automatic dial) and cement finish.
and 8: safety aide, SP-6; hydrologic t er $1.81 per hr.; laborer, $1.27
aide SPand 6. Jobs openin per hr.; and general helper, $1.36
the clerical line include position per hr.

classifier. CAF-7 and 9; personnel At Adak vacancies are for welder -
assistant (employment and and boilermaker, $1.95 per
training). CAF-7: personnel' ( actions hr.; joiner (general construction),
and records), CAF-7; cost sheetmetal worker and roofer,
C' accountants and fiscal account- $1.90 per hr.; joiner and electri-
H- \\mmm mmmmmmm *mmm ..Win'i' .1" J "II ants, CAF-7; mail and file clerks clan ( power plant, switchboard

UNDER THE SUPERVISORS Training Section of the Navy's Work Improvement Program Group unit( supervisor), CAFcost; $1.96 per hr.: and electrician ( ('
I IVa supervisors have been attending classes conducted by the Training Division of the Industrial Relations and fiscal clerks CAF-4, 5, and ble splicer, telephone), $2.09 ptWJI
Department Here a quartermon group' is b. mg instructed in the procedures of Beneficial Sug- 6, personnel clerk (appointment hr.
(
gestions by Michael Cascone. Recorder 01 the S\ 1\ lion: s Suggestion Program. and status changes1'!, CAF-4 and I Interested and qualified .
_ ____ n'_ ___ __ personnel
desiring transfer to any of the

positions in the Sacramento Val.
"
I 'INSIDEPUBLIC
EEPA165lf ( SUPPLY Icy District should' submit Stand.
I ard Form 57 to the Bureau of
,
WORKSThink Reclamation, Sacramento Valley
,I" = AROUND 4&nff. 5ftLUESTHE District, P. O. Box 302, Chico,
of all the pleasant thing California, via official channels of
Planning Division-by \\' 'non.. -- you could be doing, such as lazily ,, this station.

Spurlock-Sandy, you had betterbe I fishing in a shady lagoon, diving: For transfer to the Aleutian Is.
careful with whom you walkto panama to the deck. in the surf at the beach, dozingin : 'lands, those' interested'should sub..
the Cafeteria. You were seen Wonder why Charles Dayton Is a hammock, etc., and you sit mit, via the official channels of
and with all those' smiles. Alibis around reading this Thanks': LIGHT FANTASTIC. The
so quiet now. Could it be that the I this station, Standard Form 57
won't work either. Wonder Anyhow, let's try the Divisions Supply Dance, under the sponsorship -
Just Mrs. is around? ,I to the Alaska} Recruiting Office,
what the friend" will for news- of the Entertainment Com-
"boy say Thirteenth Naval
We have a new inspector in the inroads into the Heidquarters .
mittee, is making
to this ? ( First the Admin.lstration"Bldg..
Instrument Shop. Welcome, Chief and details District, Seattle P, Washington.
of necessary
what about We keep hearing reports of Herbi mass planning i
Say Spencer, just Weaver.We I for its accomplishment with Further information and the
this little "tete--a-tete" we see In are glad to have Rosa Ald- Corse, who is on leave, dashingup the following results: Tickets will necessary' forms may be obtained
our roving? Could it be romance and down the old St: Johns in .
red back with us. She is also wear- be $1.20 and a maxi- from the Industrial Relations Department
We hear that per person
eh ? his yacht. Betty
-maybe- ing a new sparkler. What goes, mum of :500 ducats will be sold. in Bldg. 450.
This roving timekeeping not Rosa, is it that love bug? Herrington spent a very enjoy- The Hotel Mayflower roof garden I ---. -. -...----

only keeps you slim, slender, and Our newcomers are Mary Dayton able this week-end time next at week Marineland., Frances By has been engaged for the more Street. Since no invitationsare

on your toes but has its excitement David Hayes, Robert Dixon, Theus hopes to be an aunt for night of June 18th, from 9 to 1. being mailed, all friends of the
too, what with a fire Fred McCullough and Russell Hin- the first time, or if the stork Dress for the girls will be optional pair are cordially invited to attend
(false alarm), flood, and one "al ton. We are glad to have all of her sister a boy, she'll formal or informal and for th' Fred (Weak-and-Weary)
brings
most" accident last Friday Accident you be an uncle (HUH? ) Arnold, our men, business suits.' The bar will I Daniels also returned from his
or on purpose, we are glad Sure would like to know how assistant chief clerk for 7ND, i be open, but BYOL will also apply three weeks' leave. He and his ;
that you weren't hurt, Carl, but and will be available new bride are getting comfortably"
Chief Carron can get back and has gone on two weeks' vacation setups
please don't scare us (that is, the Claude and his musical settled Louis Patxot and
forth to the shop and barracks do, touring Rhode Island and the England now
weaker sex I so badly-our kneesare fast. How do you do it, Chief ? States between here 'n there in mates will furnish the noise and his sister will perform in a dance

still shaky! tnglnet'ring-by Libbya Ilojett his new Frazer. It doesn't take we're told, there will.also be a I recital to be given at the Morocco
Just what was this, Dot, about Censored( ). Because there were 1 much to make Laurie Rosenburg! door prize. It is hoped and expected i Temple on June 19th. They are exponents .
you getting those flowers? You a lot of comments last week about i happy. He says just give him a that the attendance will be : of the rhumba, tango,
better look out or your picturewill my calling people such names as I!I "good" five-cent cigar, a bottle : large since, for some, this may I samba, and so on If you
be in that billfold next. "Casanova", "Stinkers", "Lover". of beer, and send him off to the I| serve as a farewell party It is haven't started reading regularlyPete
Your reporter is happy to say instigating a party, and writing ball game. also expected that the Beauty Capps' column, "Inside Pub
I I
that "Dot" Dickson didn't get to about who lunches with who, I In the Maintenance Section, Contest finals will be held in con- lic Works," start today. Cappshas
see the "blush" last FridayIknew where, when, and why, this column Clem Flanders, quarterman electrician I I junction with the dance, so if they a sense of humor we appreciate
you would hear about it, is censored.Al I called New Haven are, you voters had best get be The Boosters Clubs'
tho', but natch! I'll get even, all Tuggle went off for a week Conn., on was account to'of the illness, !:;: hind your nominee and see that first entertainment proved a success

youse guy r.nd gals! for parts unknown, but lo and be- of his wife. i she enters. last week, and we expect" to

It seems there's a feud goingon hold, he showed up on payday. Design & Engineering got on I. THE FAMILY ALBUM To be repeat the performance shortly.

again, folks-this time be- Maybe he was home all this time, I the ball this week and really I II married: Merlin Glenna and Ann Game tonight at the Stadium., .
tweeen Engineering and Plan- I just 2 and 7,8 miles this side or l us the news! Mr. Burrougns Bridges, the former an ex-Supply Another one Monday night at St. ;M
gave
ning. Just who is it that's always Waycross.We I G.I. Nick. Come on out and root for r
is in New York City on a nice i and the latter the dotter of
borrowing cigs from Ma- I were short of draftsme., : vacation. With all the talk of Lillian Bridges on 2nd deck June the team. Additional entries: Hap. :'
terial-eh, L. B. ? and Lamb nearly made Hall and : coming out for golf and what 4th is the date set, and a reception py to report that so far two additional ,
Now about the romance-ah myself toss up a wooden nick''l have you, Alice Gibbons and I for the couple will be held at 7:30: I entries for Supply's glamour
happy day! Next month is June : to see who would have a day off. Connie Hecht have decided to following the wedding at 2745/ Gil-I gals have been made: Ellen
and you guys had better watcn We compromised on a half day I I come out, too-debut ramps, that _. Griffis and Joyce Cowart. It is
out, everything is going so smooth! each, except that Hall tried .o is. Mr. Snow went down to Day- next round.In also hoped that several more will
I'm still watching you lovely buy me off so he could have a :I: tona over the week-end. His son- the Utilities Section, L. R. be added to the list within the

people. whole day to himself. Hmmm I'' in-law owns a fleet of boats down i iI Boyer master mechanic, was wel- next week or so Absentee ballot
To that "certain somebody'who Just how comed back to work after the
desperate can a man there, and while Mr. Snow was i iI an extended I ing and late: voting permits
sent a certain party in the get to please his visiting father- I i I visiting, two of the boats came I leave because of, illness. f xten.sion of the original list '
Time Section a gift, or rather a in-law ? --- a
back with over a thousand pounds
"souvenir from Florida"manythanks. Tee off! Nick or Lamb may win of mackerel and salmon. Mr. Mc- I -- I 1; )
It brought laughs that the trophy yet, as they both have I
Cully went to Silver Lake and let :
were sorely needed along about; won two matches so far. Lamb I: his two boys teach him how to CIVIL SERVICE EXAM
that time. The handwriting is beat Jack Silver last Saturday, i
swim. Mr. Eckels, when asked to
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rather familiar, tooummnt, "Mad House lost I
Tracy" on Sunday report on what happened, said he
I wonder! I Bulletin
and Al Tuggle didn't show bit his neighbor's finger off and Board

Now a few words about Smitty up. had to take him to the hospital. .
and his fishing, and he vows that One of our best-dressed engin- I Mr. Eckels is getting quite -- .. -_. -
this one is tr >! It seems that eers has been going around all'' triotic; he is painting his pa-j Unless The following Civil Service Examinations: have been unnoi.
when he reeled in his 9 lb. drum week looking like he was going red white and blue. (The neighbors otherwise indicated, the examinations are unassembled
i the
necessary forms should be filed In time to reach the cognizant
the other day, he forgot -o take fishing: -no tie and unbuttonedshirt must love him!) Mr. Brog-I Board before the
the hook out of its nouth and honestly! His story is that den Mr. Vinyard, and Mr. Toske 'I closing date. Copies of all announcement are
,
posted the Bulletin '
the line. So when hisfriend his wife had divided on Board In the lobbv <>f hide450.
to turn ose everything nicely were two shades darker Monday I SUBSTITUTE CLERK -- -
started to reel in the line, up, what goes to cleanersand morning from 36 holes of golf CAR
RIER, POST OFFICE SERVICE, AND FABRIC WORKER, $,97
there was Smitty on the other he-oops! I forgot thisis played in the Civilian Welfare I
$1.04 hour. No
end along with the fish. He lost censored, so I can't even give Committee's Golf Tournament announced.per closing date per hour; JR. AIRCRAFT

his "Texas" Stetson one Saturdayand his initials Have you all seenthe Saturday and Sunday. They were ,I yet ination. File with Assembled Director exam- SHEETMETAL MANUFACTURER -
sun glasses t the next. Look TINY miniature of Tiny in a all hot-mostly from the weather Fifth AND REPAIRER, $.91 per
U. S. Civil Service
out, fella you might be next >n replica baby pen on her desk ? ? Mr. Brogden was knocked out of I I Post Office Region, New hour; and OFFICE APPLIANCE
the water! Whew, wheew Understand I the championship flight on the Georgia. Building, Atlanta 3, REPAIRMAN $1.06 per hour. No

Accessories Division<< -by Jerry Mary D. is sewing another knock- 17th green and missed his last I closing date.., File with Secretary,
Nettle*-B. C. Blitch left last out creation, so any day now we putt on the 19th hole in the consolation AIRCRAFT RECLAMATIONCRASH Board of U. S Civil Service Examiners
week for Teterboro, New Jersey, I expect her to come strolling into round of the championship TRUCK DRIVER FORE- for the Greenville Air
to take a seven-week course at the office looking as if she just I flight, to lose out. Mr. Vin '' MAN, $113 per hour; SR. AIR- Force Base, Greenville, S. C.

Pioneer Instrument Company on came in from Paris. yard, by virtue of his calm deliberation ; CAFT FABRIC AND LEATHERWORKER I CORRECTIONAL OFFICER, '
F-1 Automatic Pilots. He may Planning Division is sure hard and skill, won his first $1.09 per hour; AIR- i
'' $2,694.96 to annumNo :
even find a prospect up there. I up-what with Jim Vlrel coming round, one up. The same good golf CRAFT FABRIC AND LEATHERWORKER $3,271.80 per
You can't ever tell about B. C. into Engineering for OUR cof- won his second round, one up, on $1.00 per hour; AIRCRAFT I i closing date. Assembled examination *
Wonder who is taking care of i fee, Sue Verner coming In to bor- the 19th in the fourth flight (thisis i ELECTRICAL ACCES ,', File with Board U. S. Civil
that new car and yacht! row OUR cream, planners comingin sarcasm, sun, because there I SORIES REPAIRER $1.09 per Service Examiners, United
David Lundm's family is growing to borrow graph paper and wasn't much golf in the fourth-'' hour; $R. PARACHUTE SERV- States Penitentiary, Atlanta, Geor-
in leaps and bounds. Six more: I 1 India ink, planning typists borrowing flight.) We hope he will win his I ICER. $1.06 per hour; SR. AIRCRAFT gla.I .

to feed now-five rabbits and a OUR stylus pens. Maybe next rounds. Mr. Toske was not in BATTERY SERVICER, I PHOTOGRAPHER, $ .
motherinlaw.We I they can't type out their own requisitions his usual good form and lost his I $1.09 per hour; and GENERAL $4149.60 per annum. No de_
understand that George i first round. Better luck on your AIRCRAFT MACHINIST, $1.15 date. File with Executive Sl
Cockran is still working on the I Heard that our "Casanova" has --- --- per hour. No closing date yet announced I tary, Board of U S. Civil Service
"same one." Had any new friends :, a new gal in Personnel Division mother was here last week on a : File with Secretary, : Examiners Federal Security
lately, George ? (1 now. And the day "Lover Lewt" short visit. Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners -I I Agency, U. S, Public Health Service
Hal Hanson left Monday for a I left, be was seen having lunch Comdr. Savage is on duty withus for the Greenville Air Communicable Disease Center
change of duty in the "Land of I with two girls from Planning. for two weeks. Welcome Force Base, Greenville, S. C I 605 Volunteer Bldg., Atlanta,
Forgotten Men", Screening and I What have they that-(censored) aboard, Commander.I i AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE Georgia.

Identification Unit. Anyone have Je faia bien des fautes wonder why Spurlock's' face MECHANIC, $109 per hour; I LOCKMAN, $2,020 per year. No
any old "C" rations to donateto I Please, anybody know of a vacancy was so red last Friday. Could AIRCRAFT RADIO AND ELEC- closing date. File with Executive "

Hal ? where I can get a jobas Jack Martin have had something TRONIC REPAIRER AND INSTALLER Secretary, Board of U. S. Civil
For a slight stipend this writer FOREIGN correspondent ? to do with it? Incidentally Spur- I $1.09 per hour, AIRCRAFT Service Examiners, Nashville District. !!
wIn) inform on the uncouth Personnel & Administrationby lock, what did you receive in a WELDER. $1.Ok per hour. Corps of Engineers, P. O.
character who tipped Pop Rodier II Dot Dickson Lt.



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By Jean O'llryant, l'N2

t'z / Things should look a little
brighter with the long week-end
coming around. We all agree 'tisa
fine way to end the lovely monthof

I f19T May and should give us more
incentive to struggle: through the
hot days in June. My, how the

1 time goes by ; seem only yesterday
>> a a/ i; ww r 10j that we celebrated Xmas:
haven't accomplished a thing
t '
j and here it is almost the
j : Fourth of July!
frr Our gals are practically celeb-

rities their athletic accomplishments -
.. >' merited a mention in
,.> ,
( "Our Navy" magazine If they
keep up the pace with softball,
kJW tennis, swimming, and even croquet -
< should get a few words
; in "All Hands."
+ Gardners
EVESDRIPPINGS There'ssomething :
in the wind about both
r Merle Hamilton and Fern Holme-
: : Nurserymen i
f quest Not mentioning hat
might be brewin', but the next
Landscapers time you are in the commissaryyou
might buy some rice, and
don't throw away those old shoes

you were going to rememberyour
;Y 7a Girl Scout days, and alwaysbe
> ? prepared Pete Levere and her
Z a> dr
v>f. y Marine are at the handholdingstage

< o and Marge Lewis and ChIef
Keller spend quiet evenings *t

"home" that's a sure sign,

., : too.Enough stuff about Cupid'a Capers -

From all reports receiv
ed. Earp and Peterson had a tine

time in Miami They do thingsthe ::

; hard way though went
in Key West and then backtracked -
'
r c
4r If you have to stay aboard on
the week-end, one of the best
ways' to amuse yourself is 10
watch the "goins on" in the back
yard. Last week, Red Hyslop WHS
using a bucket for her private
pool and she also initiated "Red's
rf .,, Curb Service", complete with

cokes and damp towels, for sun-
: : ::: bathers.
.., .... We should have
.f4 \'j. "" a new name
F4k R ..E lnw:3/B: o G' vR
for Peacock Putt-Putt the
>'AS JACKSONVILLE IS NOT ONLY one of the neatest-looking military bases in the country it is also one of the best-looking 2nd. Speaking of nicknames, one
communities in the Jacksonville area from a landscape viewpoint. The grounds are planted in a pleasing pattern, and they are always would think we have a tribe of
kept well-timmed andnicely groomed. The two men who have dir ect charge of new planting and upkeep of lawns, shrubs and flowers Indians about when there is a
are Damiano Montalto and Richard L. Wright. Montalto has charge of the officers' quarters along Mustin Road and takes care muster called for the R. P. Tribe.
of the Nursery located just behind the Dependents' Unit of the Naval Hospital. Wright supervises the laborers who care for the rest I Betty Rucker and Dottie Zielanare
of the grounds here ( Upper left Montalto shows a group of labor ers how to care for a bed of flowers on the admiral's lawn ( Upper really deserving of the energetic -
right) Here he prepares to replant a plant he has raised in one of his many seed beds. (Lower left) At the Nursery, Montalto trims i I award for this week. They:
_ a shrub which will soon be transplanted somewhere in the station. Much of the shrubbery from Cecil Field and Camp Blanding wuA'qulred biked out to Cecil Field Sunday
by the Air Station. (Lower right) Wright instructs one of his laborers in the trimming of a shrub, at Mamside while othersIn I now they're trying to find out
the working partcontinue; with their. jobs. just how far it is out there. Could
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install a speedometer on yourbike
belt. Eberely has much time
I spent I Dottie. Then they'd know
making the plans for this uniqueproject Desert Ordnance Testing Station I the speed, too they're pretty;
in order to make it foolproof
.
: Hospital flashy, I betcha.
; and prevent the cartridgesfrom Boasts Modern Research Equipment Did you know that "Scarlett"
out. Yes he has
slipping ,
O'Pachter is an accomplished badminton
done it, too so happy huntingto I ( SEA)--One of the most completely player? Seems she took 1 it
; Chatter applied research in the fields ot
you, boy.J. I equipped scientific research up while the ball team was at
W. Baxley, BMC (Ret.) JS. I buildings of its kind in the world aerophysics, electronics, math 3- Pensacola. Must, be good to play
Get ready get wt let's go! C.G. has been showing us some has been built at the Naval Ord- matics, metallurgy, fire control in the dark maybe she dfi<-s
;,. Where ? To Jax Beach Beginning I fancy tricks in making cord-knot- nance Test Station in the Mojave physical and chemical science, I luminous birds, or just eats lots
I: In June there will be an all-day. ted belts some of these tricks Desert in California. i guidance systems and propulson of those good chow hall carrots.
:." Red Cross beach trip the first I we've never used before. In exchange Earthquake resistant and air- systems for rockets and missiles. I It's mighty good to be back in
t week in every month for patients. for some of his Virtually self-sufficient, it has a
I tips we conditioned, the new MichelsonResearch our own galley again now
Good chow soft drinks much huge machine: shop which can turn
named the chiefs their
Laboratory was can get morning
the craft. out heavy metal tooling and also I
water. Watch
sun and ocean .
in honor of the late Dr. Albert A. I P.T. before breakfast while w
schedule for further details. I billfold he has completed, you Michelson, Nobel prize winner and produce the finest of delicate instruments can sleep 10 minutes longer! It s
I
Bingo time again; Red Cross know he ,has been a good student. noted American physicist a strange thing, though the
Recreation Hall; Tonight at 1930. I For a whole week, every time Extensive facilities are main- I Altitude testing and allweatherrooms I morning "Dagwoods" always run
Prizes, girls and refreshments! we would ask Dollard (V.A.P.) tained for all types of basic andit are still under construction I for the bus no matter how far
We hear that Baker and Bel- I what he would like to do, he would I in the laboratory. In these rooms ; they must travel for chow.
flower are being terribly over- I i just grin and say, "I'm just look- is hard to stop him. It Just goes j all sorts of man-made weathercan
worked down at the Red Cross ing." Thursday Dollard broke without further question that Doli i be produced. New weepons !I such as wind and altitude changes,
office. You know, fellas) we { down to the tune of weaving a lard is the "Eager Weaver" of the | will undergo severe tests under I icing !sand! storms, rain or any II
.. thought you looked mighty peaked 1 rug. Yes, and since he has started, week simulated atmospheric condition I combination and tired out of late. Watchit

boys, no nervous breakdowns : SI'ARIc.tC SECURITY LOAN DRIVE =: _

wanted around here.If .I . ''', ,
it's cribbage instruction you
need, Ferguson on Ward A-6 is

the guy He is defeated by no ,
man, or hand.PATIENT .
.

: ; 1'1 OF THE WEEK '. ,

{i.1' Our spotlight turns this week on
Karl Ketcham, AD2, from Ward
v I : C-2. Although Karl has been here
,! a short time, he is well)) known ... >(
: t I' and liked by Red Cross patients ( \<', '

and staff. In his own quiet, re-
;:;;
served way, he really gets around ss4 w "4w"i -
y L.US ta
Yankee friend
Our
.. j, the compound. i
hails from New York State, way
t r beyond that ole Mason and Dixon
I I ; line.

,.fli-TI1 M I If you know Ketcham at all, you ______
-TI Immediately discover his favorite

i hobby of photography. Along mu- 9
sical lines, he prefers semiclassics. iUJ1-
As for recreation, he'll) go to
a good ole swimming hole any : A7elMMtlAl9 1M p. p.row+nwa .' .'vyei"'x v p i
'
JjU
doftY. fr
After leaving the hospital, Karl
will report back to duty. He plan.
to make Uncle Sam's Navy his

Ca eer.
Now don't you be rushing off Ii

in the heat of the day Karl 'cau! '
' t we really like having you around.
*

,-. OCCUPATIONAL TIIEKAI'Y ._ -.. + '
M. S. Eberley is making prep- THE RED, WHITE; AND BLUE Security Loan "Bondmobile" which is now touring the Southeast stopped at NAS last Thursdayto
arations for the hunting season. stimulate interest In the current Security Loan Drive here The trailer was parked throughout the clay on the lawn in front of
His O. T. time has been spent Ship's Service and played recordings of Treasury Department programs featuring famous bands and vocalists, with occasional plugs

making a cartridge holder and I on why ;you should buy Savings Bonds



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k'T- : .
TIIK Ol'KMNO' KOUND of
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the annual NAS
first Civilian
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Golf Tournament got underway
R ..Ay Saturday morning on the station -
T S links with a field of 28 .
'" linksmen for ;
competing top
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honors in the various flights

and the huge new trophy obtained ; 4I
,
by the Employees Association .M +SvR'1
for the winner of the

championship flight. (Left) J.
E. Fink of the fourth flight tees"

_ r off promptly at 0830 to signal
av + t the official: opening: of the tour- I

ney. ( Right* G. E. Motes gets
ready for the putt on hole one
I
4 I with J. E Fink, J. K. Smith .

i I and T. H. Vinyard the other .

I players in the foursome, lookIng -

!I on.NAS.
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Linksmen Down


p ,v hti I U. Of Ga. GolfersWhile i '


elation n<*liu >n were .
pinning a defeat. on the I'nlersity I : i.:,: i' : -' : '

I \ of Georgian, Savannah. : ,
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I I ."'. > .
Ilrancli, Ja\-N"a\y golfers won <" .'. _..i", .. ', > '. _
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UpsetLeathernecks lO'1-7i3: last saturday at the Fore!
Municipal Links. This Saturday,


I Knocked From drives Columbus the local for, linkmen the Georgia second, journey to time match this to! Final Round Of Civilian



Softball Undefeated PerchThe season In Saturday's nllli! the matches Fort llenningdonghbojs. Ji e Golf Tourney On SaturdayThe


undefeated Marine softballers were toppled from MacDonald shot a 72 but his opponent -
matched his core at first annual NAS Civilian Championship Golf Tour-
their lofty perch Monday night as the second round of the
they split points, 1 '-II'I. William -
nament got underway at 0830: last Saturday at the NAS
Blue League got underway. In an unexpected upset, the of
Whittrr NAS blanked
links. At present all flights are entering the final round of I
Leathernecks lost a close one to the Dispensary, 4-3. Kd Stevens of Georgia, SOOt K:,
Monday night's victory over the Marines puts the Scott split ulth hit opponent, play with finalists in all flights paired and ready to tee off

I't-l'a. MacDonald and otter at their next outing Saturday. .
corpsmen in a tie for second place with their buddies from
took a pair of matches frumSt..t'n In the
Championship flight, finalists nod Pinner and
the Naval Hospital, who also moved -------
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on and Faulkner, 6-0, .
into the No. 2 spot following year's Softball season, Physical Ray Kennedy are paired up readyto -- ----
and Scott and'hl..tpr split ped the finalist bracket in ths
their walloping of A&R, 84. Training has announced a post- swing for the title. Pinney
with Inhiilsen and
Stephens, third flight. Lamb won over Silver
Coming back in the second season "Sudden death" tournament -
eatned his into the finals by
way and Stanul while Askew defeated -
with renewed the Intra-Mural S3.A.tlt
round strength, following
Tied V'llh ATU 1 & :SIn taking a 2.1 nod over Bill Couch- J. I. Morgen and E. E.
IATU moved out of the cellar to Championship play-offs. All military
the Intra-mural corner of .
17-7 win at NAS, with the enour in the quarterfinals and a Tracy.J.
score a smashing over a personnel
strong Para-Loft nine. In the exception of varsity softball players the links, the leagueleadingATU 4-3 match over B. W. Bradshaw in H. Vinyard won matches:
final Blue League game Monday, I will be eligible to enter the 1 2 club was kilo last the semi-finals. Kennedy took from G. Motes and J, K. Smith to

Flag Unit edged by VU, 6-5. I play with the team of their choice, week at AAK took a 4-0 match Herb Pinney, (-3, in the quarterfinals cop the fourth flight finalist spot.
from VU and moved into ties
The Marines' defeat" gave thema regadless of the unit to whicn a and won, 5-1, over L. Grayin Consolation winners in the
season record of seven" win I they are attached. ilh the top bracket holders.Personnel the semi-finals. tourney thus far are Al Singer,
spilt, 2-2, with Ord-
loss. Since I Finalists in the first winner of the second flight, and
against one Dispensary Standings as of 1200 Tuesday: nance and Gunnery Ale'!U flight are
and Hospital are right behind W. L Morris and E. A. Herb. I P. A. Fink of the fourth flight..
Blue Lr dropped a1.0 match to Ordnance .
gue
with records of six wins againsttwo Both Morris and Herb won by de- I i I II
and Gunnery, and Operations -
TIAM!: wos Losr
losses these three teams cisive scores over their opponentsIn
Marines 7 1 blanked Inspection, 4-0.
loomed as the likely contendersfor Dispenttliry 6 2 I I the quarter and semi-final I New Golf Committee
the Blue League flag at the Hospital i :lA.trR. matches. I
close of this round. 5 3 Arthur Susskind, who fought i Nick Pulignano and John Nazal Appointed; Reveal .
Flag. Unit a 5 under the name of Young Otto,
Play-offs for the station cham- I Par.-LoU 2..6IATU once boxed 24. men in one week will be shooting for the second

pionship will utilize the Shaunessy VU 0 1 7 t while on a tour of Great Britain flight honors. Pulignano and Na New ImprovementsA
System in which the top three I Gold League zal won easily in their earlier
teams< of each league will vie for matches to get into the finalist I golf committee, composed of
NARTU S 1CPO
their respective league pennants.The 4 2inspecuos Last year during a football I bracket. Pulignano scored win Captain H. B. Jones, chairman,
two pennant winners will then 4 2 gam > between Woodrow Wilson I II over" Wtviddon and Volp, and Na- Lt. Cl>mdr. Anthony J. Rubino.
met in a miniature "WorldSeries" I Supply 3 J and Belmont High Schools of Los : zal took decisions from Singer and
for the station cham Ordnance A Gunnery 2 4 Plew. j Lt. (Jg) A. Grego, J. C. XtacDon-
NAMTD 2 4 I Angeles, neither team punted
pionship. I :VATS 1 5 throughout the whole gam I C. M. Lamb and Roy Askew cop- :, aid, ADC, and Jack Harvey station -
A* an added attraction for this I ------- --- -- pro, was established last week

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Varsity Softballers NIIS RJefimezt Score Decisive Win- 33-48.


Open In Ocala ; Win Over U.' Of Ga., Savannah Branch The established new planning to make committeewa recommendations

for the operation
| The NAS racketeers exploded -, ---- ---
Two Practice Tilts with the !I Bobby Radin, rapidly reachingtop Flier cause. 1 maintenance, and improvementsof .
I a bang on form defeated Epps of Geor- Trio In NAATC Tourney the station course. In addition.

The< 1918 Flier Varsity Softball NATTC courts Saturday gia 6-0, 6.0, in the fourth match Williams, Radin, and Cranford they are expected to draw up
Team! will be unveiled at Ocala I when they mowed down the I of the day. In the fifth match, another left for Memphis yesterday to rep- I a rules and regulation booklet

this Saturday when the locals i Georgia University (Savannah i! NAS net squad hopeful, Dick resent NAS Jax in the Naval Air I which will cover memberships,
open their season with a twin bill I Forward, came through with a Advanced Training Command Tennis participation, and the administration -
Branch netmen 6-0 inI
against; two Ocala City League ) !' convincing 6-3, 6-2 win over his Tournament being conductedat of the local links.

teams. I the singles. The doubles opponent. Sterling Cranford of Memphis today through Sat- I Duting the previous week a sta

In the pre-season practice tilts, 1: matches scheduled for Sun- I NAS topped off the day's play urday. All three of the NAS net- tion order was issued outlining the

the softballers copped two ;, day were cancelled because for the Fliers when he racked upa men will play matched singles sets II operation and facilities of the sta-

straight! games under the arcs at of wet courts.The decisive 6-3. 6-2 win for _the_ I I against netmen from other sta tion course which is to be super
the Power Plant diamond Tuesday u."' tions in the command. E. O. Williams vised by the Physical Training and
NAS netters were led by ,
The Fliers took the first and Radin will Recreation assistedby
night. Lt. C. Eldridge and Lt. Comdr A Bobby pair I' Department,
game' from the CPO Club, 5-4, and Fred Lewis who played under ''" up to form the NAS Jax doubles. 'I the newly-formed Planning
then went on to squeeze out a nar- ... Net :Notes Committee.The .
NAS colors for the first time I
row victory over the Marines, 7-6 Lewis and Eldridge gave sufficient .., .....' The All-Station Tennis Elim- order called for a Golf
The Fliers had trouble turning added strength to all the regulars 'I< ination Tournament has advancedto House which will include an en-

back the CPO nine in the initial on the squad to account for 0" 3w ... the semi-finals after furious listed recreation room with facilities -
tilt using two hurlers to finally the resounding one-sided victory. ',', .,' 'r: c ompetition in the quarter-finals. for serving soft drinks con-

halt the CPO hitting attack. Be- Eldridge took the Georgians' : Lt. Gordon Eldridge defeated C fections and beer under the supervision -

hind 4-1 in the CPO contest, the No.1 player through the pares in "''' : B. Berry 6-2, ,6-2. in the first : of the Ship's Service
Fliers loaded the bags in the I, the lopsided 6-2, 6-2 matches The e match of the quarter-finals. In Department. '

Jut frame and rallied long enoughto I local racket wielder outdrove the .< .1: other matches of the quarter-fi I To provide adequate golf Instruction -

+ push four tallies across the I Georgian in many long rallies, and fy ;.' ( naiL E. Williams\ won over S I and professional golf
plate. The Marines kept the Fliers his smashing services kept the visitor Cranford, 6-0, 6-t, and Cpl. Bob 1 equipment the order made pro-
tamed until the last half of the I' from Georgia baffled ... ; 1 Radin walloped T. X. O'Reilly vision for the employment by ..

I seventh inning in the second In the second match, Fred Lewis 61.1 6-1. Playing steadily himself I'hysioal Training of a golf pro
game> but blew their 6one- had trouble in the first set, but while allowing Lt. Comdr. Fred i under an annual contract Ills

run lead when the local varsity I he put on pressure to outplay his Lewis. to make the errors, Dick duties would include golf instruction
I
nine put on the pressure. Barnes opponent, 7-5, 6-1. Lewis' agile Forward caused considerable surprise training and supervision of
led the Flier batters, collectinga footwork and skillful returns with his 6-3, 6-1 win. caddies management of the golf
I
pair of base knocks in three I played an important role in his Hcrmania Rump, Ellen Messor, I shop, provision of professional
trip to the plate in the second victory. and "Skip" Moser, WAVE members golf equipment for sale to military

tilt. I Owen Williams, ace NAS racketeer it of the '48 NAS net squad, I personnel at reduced rates

had full control over his have been diligently working out and rental clubs, bags, caddie

Dencio Cabanela, a Filipino, won I drives and was able to( come to IJ'M with other members of the team I carts, and storage and cleaning of
_ Uw bantamweight, featherweight, the net numerous times, forcing 1\ and are" just about ready for com- members' equipment Jack Harvey

,and lightweight championships of his shots past the visiting Geor- :WC ',' -:-_ I petition, Coach O'Reilly said this la currently employed as the staUon -

the Orient in his first four fighta gian to cop 6-1, 6-0 sets. .E. O, William I week. golf pro. J



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27 May 1948 SPORTS JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven

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Fliers Win Three More ; -

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Season Slate Now 20-10 I' j W /


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'. ; Defeat Hatters And Bullets Split With Ga. -- .j\
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Meet Whiting Field Here Today And TomorrowThe .
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nine brought its season slateto ning route : Flier run parade started across Under the guidance of "Spike" Webb, boxing mentor
: the Before the ended
The Fliers plate inning -
twenty wins against ten diamond loss suffered of the season their tenth Sun- the Fliers had batted around at the Naval Academy, and his assistant, Lt. Comdr. A. J.

losses last week when it I day when the Georgians edged j twice and nine runs had crossed ; Rubino, Officer in Charge of Physical Training here at

swept three more victories into them out, 21. 'The Fliers scored ,| the plate. In the third frame the NAS Jax, 35 of the best pugilists in the Navy are tuning at
the their only run in the second frame Fliers added four more talliec to Md. for the
ledger against a lone Bainbridge, coming Olympic trials. The fighters -
the books and to coastin
proceeded
defeat at the hands of the when singled Flier and backstop went to Ken third Werner when with the game tucked under were picked from the GO contestants who reached the

University of Georgia, Savan- "Dumpy" Shaw grounded out. their belts. Two Stetson rallies finals in the recent All-Navy Boxing Tournament held at

nah Branch. In bringing thecampaign's John Bieneman sent a base hit were cut off short as the Fliers Balboa Stadium at San Diego, Califoornia.

average to .067, into the outer garden, scot'ing kept the Hatters'. hitting scatter- i. # R #

the locals pinned defeats on The Werner visitors with knotted the lone the NAS score tally in I' ed.The Fliers edged out the Green All-Navy Golf Champ Joe MacDonald, who at present is

the Green Cove Bullets, the I the fifth canto on a pass a Flier Cove Bullets 3-2. in the ninth leading the ATI) 1 Kl intra-mural golf squad toward the

Stetson Hatters, and evened I miscue, and a clean base hit. The I inning of last Wednesday's tilt on station golf pennant will he defending his title at the Tri-

f Jhe score with the Savannah Fliers collected a pair of hits in Mason Field as "Ace" Woolbright District Golf tourney at NAS Jax in July. The top )links-
notched his fourth win of the sea-
I the sixth frame in what looked
squad in the final clash of in the Seventh and Ninth
a like the beginning of a rally, but I son. The locals scored early in men Eighth Naval Districts will
two-game series.The ')'the Georgians tightened up and : the game when Bill Crane singledand be competing on the station course for a shot at the Alii -
Jaxmen are really in for sa the two Fliers died on base. In scored on Dick Newport's i Navy crow n.
busy workout this week, tangling I the opening half of the ninth lound-tripper. The Bullets camp I M # S S
with the Whiting Field nine at frame, the Georgia team pushedthe back in the fifth canto to knot
Mason Field today and tomorrow winning run across on a pair I the count at two-all. In the ninth I After being absent from several Flier games with a split

and then one of the JacksonvilleCity of hits. Name Ken Werner, pinch-hitting thumb, Ken Werner, popular Flier backstop, is once again

League teams in town oiStttuiday : for Pete Kellner. reached first I leading the Flier batters, clubbing the ball at a .318 clip.
Fliers Take Stetson, 13-9
afternoon I when he was hit by a pitched ball.
I Close behind Werner however is John Bieneman
and"Dumpy"
,
,
"'" The Fliers were slated to battle The Jaxmen lost little time in Hosaflook and Bieneman singledto I
the Green Cove Springs Bulletsat their tilt with Stetson University I load the bases. Coach McCaf Shaw, both hitting the ball at a .341 average.

Green Cove yesterday after I at Deland, Fla, Saturday. Werner frey sent "Dumpy" Shaw to the a a a

, noon. !: led off the second inning with a I plate to bat for "Pearly" Gates, The NAS boxing sp.mJ.lesre carried into the Jacksonville -
Mierit Savannah ''flharplIngIt' and then Biereman and Werner came across the platewith
Topple Ball Park squared circle this week when Pat
reached first on a Hatter miscue the winning run on Shaw's Pattei-s.
Though the NAS dropped Its Jerry Hoosaflook got a base on long fly ball to centerfield to end son Ike Lewis, and Joe Solon were entered in the Florida
first .encounter 2-1, in the two- balls l to load the and the the I
game genes with the University bags game. A. A. U. colored championships. The three NAS boys stooda
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of Georgia Savannah Branch on I good chance to cop a title at press-time, but results were

Sunday, they evened up the score too late for this edition. NAS' best hope was Patterson, a
State AAU Swim Meet To
by decisively outscoring the \isitois middleweight. The slugging: Negro fighter fought on the
11-7, at Mason Field MenTJay .
"Ace" Woolbright went the station varsity team and showed up very well. Though he

distance giving up twelve hits In Start Tomorrow At NAS ,I never took a crown, he lost a very close: decision in the finals

notching his fifth win of the sea of the NATAL Tournament at Memphis and then was literally -
-- -- -- --
son. NAS Jacksonville's huge indoor I If lobbed of the tii-district crown in Chicago when he
Georgia drew first blood in the swimming pool will once again f
Initial half of the opening inning break into state-wide swimming Mrs. Boulware Takes dropped a decision after donning his opponent twice during

. by tallying: twice on two singles 'news tomorrow and Saturday the three rounds of action .
a sacrifice a fielder's choice, anda '! when the top mermen and mermaids Honors In Officers'Wives "' s a s

hit batter. I in the Sunshine State bat- Enough has been said about the station's stellar athletes
But then the locals knotted the tle for Florida State A.A.U. swim Golf Tourney I
to fill a good-sized novel. But little has been written about
score in the last of the first when championships in its lanes. The
Bob Gates walked Ray Angel- pool will bustle with the most activity Mrs JV.. Boulware took top the "men behind the scenes"-the forgotten men of the sta

tied singled, and Dick Newport I I since the All-Navy swimming honors in the nine-hole tournament tion's various sports. For instance, the managers, Softball
leached first on a two-base error I of the Officers'. Wives Golf
I meet last August. umpires, season schedulers, and many, many more. Eddie
by Mike Hudson of Savannah. I I Group last week oa the station.
Newspapermen from all DeCore and Chief Bob Beaudreau
parts i both
now discharged,. did
Georgia leaped back to the j I course, coming through with a'
of Florida will be here to watch
fore in the second by scoring one net score of 29. Mrs. N. S, Kir- more than their share of work toward a successful season.
the swimmers strive for shot at
more run, and then the Fliers the National AAU. champion-a Kendall finished in the iimner-up I I Now, Chief George Bom fa has taken over the extensive

broke loose. They scored two runs ships and a possible nominationto position shooting a net tally of 37 I intra-mural program and umpires some of the games him
in the second on two hits threein for the nine holes. I
the Olympic team. Swimming self. Another good example is Al Lazaro, the baseball manager
the third three hits, three
on Mrs. R. K. Allen also
enthusiasts are expected to fill was who
handles the needs of the Flier
more in the fourth on four hits, awarded a prize, winning the varsity members
the stands In the hope of seeing I
and one in the fifth on one hit. I some long-standing records shat- nearest approach to the pin competition without the glory that accrues to the players. So "hats off

Savannah equaled the Fliers'twelvehit tered. on the last hole. to the guys behind the players. Their jobs are important, too,

take advantage total but of were unableto Station personnel also are expected I Following the nine-hole tournament and you wouldn't be seeing any games if they weren't In
many eppor-
tunities. They left ten men stranded to turn out for the gala the beginners in the group there pitching.
I played a three-hole contest. Mrs.
base Woolbright bore affair which will include every
down on to control A,A.U. event In the book. A.A.U. S. P. Ballenger and Mrs. T. T. tournament, only middleweightJoe
every emergency.Hay i officials and station dignitaries White tied for top honors. I NAS Boxer Wins On
Angelucci, Flier third baseman I Solon took a three-round split
took batting honors for the i as well as hundreds of civilian I The group will meet again on First Night Of TourneyOver decision over his opponent after
day, collecting three hits in four fans are expected to attend the the station course tomorrow when, ,
dropping him for a nine count in
trips, scoring twice, and driving in two-day affair. using half-handicaps they play 1.000 fight fans whoopedit '
. two runs. Daryl Shaw and Dick I The highlights of the meet win I an "odd-even" holes partner tour- up at the Jax ball park Tuesday I' the opening round.

Newport both garnered two safeties be the three-meter diving cham- nament. night when they witnessedthe Fat Patterson and Ike Lewis,
for the Flier cause. pionships, the three hundred ;yard opening stage of the Florida 'NAS mitt favorites were IlIChfd-
Woolbright fanned three visitors women's medley relay, and the There are only four basic blowsin AAU Colored Golden Gloves. I tiled to don gloves last night, but
In gaining credit for the win and three hundred yard men's medley boxing-the jab, the straight Out of the three NAS Jax ebony results of their battles came too

only parsed one. over. the nine-in I relay. i punch, the hook, and the uppercut. sluggers entered In the state-wide late for this editJon.
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ITS IIAllII TO BKIJKVE, but true. In the Green Cove BuJlet-FJier game on Ma- catcher Mandolla stretches for the bail but not far enough. Umpire behind the pl-.r IB
I I Bett Maxwell might) Ken "'uner, Flier pinch-hitter comes toe dancing across the
eon Field last Friday the first and last plays of the game were caught by the station
plate with the winning tally in the last frame after touching up at third on "Dumpy"Shaw's
photographer covering the game. .Left In the first frame Flier ouler-gaidener and I pinch-hit fly ball into center field. The Fliers won the contest, 3-2, in a full-

lead off man "Pearly" Gates!, tools the second pitch of the game into the dirt Bullet distance tilt.




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8It "TRAIL TO SAN ANTON". starting Gene Autry.ruiD.vv .


DANCEStation band. Starts at :20:50.I
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., II KIDDIK SHOW at 1330. "LAWLESS VALLEY", With George
''I O'Brien. Feature, "CAPTAIN FROM CASTILE", starring Tyrone
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,;3I "RIVER LADY", featuring Yvonne DeCarlo.
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., "LAWLESS VALLEY", with George O'Brien,
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: '- I "SONG OF IDAHO", starting the Hoosier Hotshot.
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,..'- ItlM.O PAIMY Every Thursday at 2000 at Navy Wives Club-
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'..'. ,,' .<:<. noxl N o For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
1 rrr'1'i:: ; ""=T 'L.' ..."" ," :. ... Ie" v. ..... i Comdr, A, J. Rubino, extension 593.

: III ( I I' Nll\ -iGc< ; \''''ZED entertainment committee lot ;huh.!>-n' uini' "r IIlli: eta:;" ,i a g 11:1: .'!.\t.'IUL iuL-\o w-l'IJUIiL. ,y the Reception Center, located in

I \.. i II. 'i ::1"i l">' Club Friday night, the first in a serie1.1 I i't t i 1:1.:i i 1'1 t Ih,' :, "\unit! r err'! the South wing of Builiimg No. 95o, is open to NAS personnel an-J'

A /i', ,..." i,'i i .i 1' ( '!li llh fur the formal dinner-dance Lt Com I It, .Inn, ...* I't< t i a\ \1'.1! 1 'IrainoMi I their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions -

II,, ; ) t < \I- tli.> .> iiittinment committee which plan these \i'-,:' by arrangement with Weltare Officer. Combination radio-phorn -

>graph; available for use of all hands.
hers:; ot the team sometime. LtlSIt.AIC\'-Located on second d"iof: Mainside Recreation Build

Hats off to the retired chief'tcho IIIgIn.. 3. Open from 1200 to 2000 Monday through Frrday. Saturday
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have joined our proud i Inu and Sunday trom 100:; to 1700,
The following have honored us MMMMINii: Outdoor Pool. Daily Monday through Friday -100ttn }-

In joining this past week : Co-< 17'JO: Saturday- 1000 to 1800: Sunday- 1215 to 1800OOLF .
-- \\)11111. Gusso; Henry, and MiAln-
-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun-
i i Happy days are in store tort day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
SALTY HUMOR FROM
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'1'"> Johnny; Fitzgerald. ADC the HERE AND THERE ,IN'IIOIt.1GE--Open; daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty

Inn s bartender after Frank SdbiMM i At U and uniform of the da1730> to 2300: Located south of Mason
ItC, h IO't I \\.ill. r \ rulittflll this
in the evening, goes ,
ures Field Dancing every Wednesday night with the Air Station Band.
\\'" \\' -I. : I t 1.11\' ::11,, s "PP"llI11'| | \M'n'k's: onhids They are on then I Thi' nn>on \\ ,is" blight, T\ !-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train
ill to "11'1 a U EI.L I DONE:' tour > way, Fitz. There are a numberof The load w i-; dark, ing Building No 726.NURSERYSponsure'i.

suttb.ill tini: rue its: great effort reasons why he won the award, The perfect placeto by the Navy Wives Club In Bldg. 1101.

and sportsmanship, (rAt leaf but the main ones are his t"vt'rprest'nt stop and park, Hours: Monday. Tuesday, and Wednesday 0730 to 1SOO; Thursday
a few arc trying The really hard :, smile and his genial disposition He gave a sigh and Friday-0730 to 2400; Saturday-0730 to 0100 Sunday morning.

workers are Frank Strand, Jim We're proud to state He cursed his luck, Rates: Hourly-23 cents for one child; 10 cents/ for each additional
Cline, Johnny Fitzgerald, Tommy !' that the club took a few steps He was alone.A I child; Card-$8 for one child; $10 for two children; and $11 for three

Thompson, Joe Ropiak, Bob Hen- (I forward when they appointed Fitz- or more children; Daily (for working mothers)-$1 from 0700 to
ricks, Lippy Lilhcotch, Hershel 1 : gerald as bartender.At pretty young lady, just under I 1800.

Borden, Del! Strickland and a few I the drawing two Sundays five feet tall, stood before the HOItHY bllUl'-Located in Bldg. 913. Open daily from 1700 to

others, Above all, E. E. Etter ago, Chief R. E. Day's name was recruiting officer of the WAVES 2100 and 1300 to 2100 on Saturdays Closed Sundays, Facilities and
team manager, is doing a grea' pulled out of the box for the' The officer looked her over. I jquipment for all hobbies
job considering the many ittUs twenty-five dollar bill. But we're: | "You want to be a WAVE ?" MODKL AIUl'LANK- hHOP-Room 13, 'Bldg. 913. Regular Hobby

and big things there are to do. I sorry to say that Chief Day was she inquired. "Why, baby, you Shop hours.MOULI.
Our great second baseman, Mitchell nowhere to be found in the duo '' couldn't even be a ripple" It.CE1; Jailor-Room 15, Bid;*. 913. Regular Hobby
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left us early in the season Sorry, buddy. The case of beer | Shop hours

with a fracture. That really hurt I was won by Chief Mary MitctVt! I "How did} you come to get 1i0 : 1'IIOlOGK.VrilY LtH-Room 5, Bldg. 913. Meet at 1930
the team because Mitchell was orv and she was very generous in intoxicated last night?" asked the I fhurljd>lya,
of our star players. Good luck to passing the bottles around to her officer.

all of you top-notch ball player guests Thanks, Mary I "Well, sir," replied the airedale -i I WHERE TO GO ASHORE

in all of your future games. We We have gained many new I "1 got into bad company. I S.-\I.\\TIO" AUMY JsKKVICEMUN'S; Cl 'TKK-602: West Adam .

know you will come out on topLet's members in the past few weeks There was fo-ir of us. I had a bot- I *, above Lane Drug Store, one block west of Navy Bus Station.
hear from you other mc>m- them Nicholas Mam-n- tle of whiskey and the other three
Among are I free use of creation room, writing room, music room, check
------------ ADC James Gillian, ADC; didn't drink."
to, ; I room, and shower facilities Light refreshments available at snack \
Robert Phelps, ADC; John Craig. I bar. Open from 1030 to 22.JO: '
HMC; Osco Havens, FRC; Richard An Eskimo sleep in his white DLTMCAIK: KKllKU: TOrn.t M ENTS every Friday night at

Salvation ArmyServicemen's Hulzig, TMC: Gregory Lucas! bear skin. :2000. Open to the public. Naval personnel cordially invited. 3521 St.

AMC.t'r; AEC; and Wind-I And sleeps very well I am told. I Johns Avenue. Playing lee $75. Telephone Remlinger, 2-0013, for reservations -
( ham, ATC. Please take a Last night I slept in my white and information.

the club's affairs, gentlemen, and bare skin- 1I0S1'I'L\l.lTY CENTER: for servicemen and young people at
Club you will have proved that the I And oaught one helluva cold. I Union Congregational Church, 236 W. Church Street (between Hogan -

club can be better. --- --- -- -- and Julia), every Saturday night, 2000 to 2300. Dancing, ping-

Weekly Program Oh, boy! What wonderful cou- Party To Mark 12th I I pong, table games, singing, etc.
les we have had visit our club
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Open from 1030: until I 2'J30. this past week. A few of them Anniversary Of Navy
Today i are Chief and Mrs. Frank Gei- Wives Organization New Long-Uunge Fly ing | Nursery Kindergarten.

Special lame Night Partners, ger, Chief and Mrs. Sam Polleclta, 'Class To Visit Zoo
Boat Under Development)
Prizes, Refreshments Chief and Mrs. W. K Gibson Commemorating the 12th anniversary -
I'rlday Chief and Mrs. L. L. KHz, Chief of the founding of the I IOn Picnic TomorrowAny
Fishing Party Car leaves clubat and Mrs. J. S. McGillkuddy, Chief national organization, the (SEA) A new flying boat for
1030. Return 1600. Lunches and Mrs. "Ace" Sutton Chief and Navy Nixes Club No. 86 of long-range day and night patrols child would rather feed
is being developed for the Navy. peanuts to an elephant than eat
and Chief and
provided, Mrs. E. Orszag, Jacksonville will hold a "get
Saturday Mrs. Bob Henricks. acquainted" party for their Because of its advanced design them himself and the graduatingclass .

Open House--Get acquaintedtime. Don't forget the big "MemorialDay" husbands tomorrow night at and its high-speed engine, the new of the Nursery's kindergarten &
for XP5Y-1 is able to take off is going to get a chance to do
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dance that is planned 2000 in the Dewey Park club- ship,
Sunday your entertainment this Saturday house. Admission will be 12 at an exceptionally high rate of just that tomorrow when it goes

Java Hour-1030 to 1230. evening. Prizes and fun for everyone. pennies for each person, one for speed. Without lessening its oper- I to the City Zoo for a picnic sponsored
the
Wives Club.
Vesper Time-1700 to 1730. each year of the association's ating efficiency, the interior has by Navy
The is of the close
Buffet Supper 1730 until -.r existence, and funds collected been designed to provide utmost outing part
1900. Pants were made for men, and from the party will be sent to comfort for the crew. ing program for the season The .'
class will meet at the Nursery at
Date Time Platter Party--1930 not for women. the National Welfare Fund, as The XP5Y-1 has a high wing, 0900 where will be
to 2230. Women were made for men and the annual contribution of the single-tin tail and a high length- transportation
provided\ to the zoo. Mrs. Walter
not for papts. local club.Dancing. in
ratio,
Monday beam resulting superior
I II Bedard will the out-
supervise
Home Folks Night. When a man pants for a woman, to records and card hydrodynamic characteristics It

Sign up for fishing, tennis, riding and a woman pants for a man, games will be available, while is expected to be ready for flight ing When, assisted all the by club members.have
swimming or sight ieng It makes a pair of pants. coffee and sandwiches will be in early 1919 youngsters [
had their fill of looking at monkeys -
There has been much discussion served at the close of the eve- .
trips. hot buns, cookies, and
Mrs. dogs,
recentlyAs ning. Mrs. Beth Hish Ros-
Tuesday (SEAKapok is raised mostlyin cold drinks will be served. The
to whether is singularor
jetties pants irv Neilson, and Mrs. Gladys
Fishing Trip-To Mayport Java. It is lighter than Cot k group will return to the station
at 1000. Record making plural. Repice are in charge of ar-
But if he doesn't wear them- rangements. and a used; as filling for pillows, around 1300
to 2000.
-1930 that's singular! Members are invited tq bring mattresses; life jackets and vests Card requesting! parents' per

Wednesday 1900 until 2230. If you want to make the pants their friend, It ts a buoyant vegetable substance mission for the outing were sent r
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