Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 1948
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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f- _--,_I .-jh -- "" Nearly An Hour Elapses Before He Learns
h OI Ills Good Luck In Drawing At Dandshell
vo l. 6-No. U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JA JACKSONVILLE LA. 10 J unU 8* : A happy but bewildered aviation chief machinist's mate,

y who was not present at the drawing to see his lucky ticket

picked from among thousands in the box, became the proud

j owner of a brand new 1948 Chevrolet Monday.

c Chief Albert V. Kujawski of VF-2 was handed the title

and keys to the car raffled off by the Navy Relief Society'
i ivy t t -- I about an hour after little Jo Carol
I Mariucci drew the stub with his:

Ii CAPT. DUCKWORTH I, name on it following brief cere-
monies at the bandshell witnessed
: t i I by a large crowd of station peeI -

.. 'C. 0. OF NAS JAX sonnel.
: .
'f'"' I Almost overcome by his good
fortune, the chief's hands trembled
;, S: LEAVES TUESDAY as he reached out to accept the!
. : keys from Lt. (ijg> Sam Brewer,
a member of the Fund-Raising
.t 1 :
Captain Herbert S. Duckworth,
Committee of the Jacksonville
Commanding Officer of NAS Jacksonville -
\ I Auxiliary of the Society. He revealed -
since 12 July 1917, will
i that he did not own a car
leave the station next Tuesday to
and didn't even a driver'slicense
V1 tC.* report to Montgomery. Alabama, ,I .
as Chief of the Naval Advisory
I Group at the Air Forces University -r "I only had one ticket", Chief
;!I Maxwell Field. I Kujawski explained, "and I never
expected to win-that's why I
He will relinquish his commandhere
I I wasn't there for the drawing. I
prior to departure at brief
I just made a one dollar contribution -
ceremonies in the Administration
I to the drive and didn't
'h. \ Building Comdr. F. J. Brush, NAS I "pay
I much attention to the raffle.
Executive Officer, will assume his
And he wasn't just talking;,
duties and serve as acting Com-
either. Since it was during hU
manding Officer until the arrival
lunch hour that the drawing was
r ot the new C. O-. Captain AlvinI
i held, it took nearly half a dozen
I I Malstrom. Captain Malstrom is
men combing the station to locate
expected around 28 June.
i I
him and tell him the good news.
A farewell party is being given In all, the annual call for contributions
l i Captain and Mrs. Duckworth at to the Navy Relief Society
i; the Officers' Club tomorrow from I here netted a total of $3912.77. ,-
[ 1730 to 1930. Raffle\ tickets sold were

: Captain Malstrom, whose hometown 5,587, yielding contributions
I 4 i is Tocoma, Washington, will amounting to 53,881.77.
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f be the ninth Commanding Officer : Following the close of the campaign -
ot the Jacksonville Naval Air Station -I the Finance Committee
i.: Others to head this mighty i I expressed its appreciation and.

_.. __ naval air activity were Captain gratitude to all solicitors and others -
:.< --__....::.:.....:.-_ r'( P Mason, October, 1910-May, I who worked so hard to put the
1942. Captain John D. Price, May, I (Continued on rage 8)

t \S 2-March, 1943; Captain Stanley .
I Michael March, 1913-August,
19.:{. Captain Arthur Gavin August Enlisted Reservists

1913-April, 1914 : Captain
Walton W. Smith April. 1914-No- r May Apply For Year
v'>lIIb r. 1914 ; Captain Herbert E.

Regan November 1944-June, 1915; Of Active Duty NowThe
the late Capt. Anthony R. Brady,

June, 1915-June, 1917; and Cap- Navy threw open its doors
tain Herbert S. Duckworth, July this week to 5.000 enlisted male

19J7-June. 1918. reservists for active duty on a
| volunteer basis to fill personnel

deficiencies in the fleet.
Local Men Given
| A directive received here Tues-
day revealed that a maximum of
Chance To Check 5,000 men in certain ,sates have

been authorized to report for one
Flying FitnessYoung year of active duty with an optionof
a second year's service provided -
a men in the Jacksonvillearea funds are available. All men accepted -
are being granted an opportunity under this arrangementwill
i.o determine their fitnessfor receive full active duty pay
flying and to indicate their interest and allowances, including sea pay
in Naval Aviation the Jax when applicable. Members of
Air News learned this week Cap both volunteer and organized
tain D. W Harrigan, NAATC Naval Reserve units are eligible,
Chief of Staff announced that provided they do not have more

applications may now be filed than two dependents and are qualified
\ I14bI y s' here to place on record a "state in all respects for active duty.
ment of interest and qualificationfor Specific rates being accepted
Naval Air Flight Training" ,I include radiomen, aviation ma-
tiWEEKS I Applications to place the document I' chinist's mates, aviation electron-

: on record will not hold the ,,, icsmen, yeomen, storekeepers
__ __v .. .____ applicant to any binding contract., machinist's mates, and boilermen,
OF SUSPENSEFUL waiting: were brought to a swift climax here at noon Monday when but will merely be kept as a file I in pay grades two, three and four,
the Navy Relief Society raffled off a brand new 1918 Chevrolet sedan. Top( ) A large crowd turned of interested individuals who are i and aviation electronics technicians
out to witness the event but the winner was not present to hear his number called. Center) Lt. qualified for flight training in the 'I in pay grades one throughfive.
Donald L. Dunklee, left, hands the title to the bewildered winner, Chief Albeit V. Kujawski, while event of a national emergency. I I .
Lt. (jg) Sam Brewer proffers the keys to the new car. (Bottom) Little Jo Carol Mariucci came down The physical examination will I| Applications should be forwarded
M from the Nursery kindergarten to pick the prize-winning ticket. Others shown in the picture are left be given free of charge by the i to the Commandant, Seventh
I to right Comdr C. E. Robertson, Captain James L. Holland, acting president of the Jacksonville Senior Flight Surgeon of NAS at i Naval District, Attn. Director of
r Auxiliary of the Society in the absence of the Admiral Lt. Dunklee, and Lt tjgi< > Brewer (Continued on Page 8)) | Naval Reserve.

five Suggestion t Award Winners

h. .

t. Get Checks From Comdr. Brush fi (

!- p _
1 The proverbial pot ol gold was j
I From Public Works. J. F. :Nettles Ic (4
waiting at the end uf the rainbow b
tor six station employees last J. I. Johnson, andV.. C. p rr
I week. Comdr. F. J. Brush, NAS Waites hit the suggestion jackpotfor

;, Executive Officer, cut an $800 $250 with their new-type : \:17:
melon at :
Beneficial Suggestion
steam-pit covers. Before the sub- i
.; ; brief ceremonies Friday afternoon I
xi In the lain Administration Build- mission of their suggestion many I

,. Ing when he presented award I difficulties" were experienced whenit
t-- checks ranging up to $275 to five became necessary for workmen I
of the six successful suggestora. I to Prior to presenting the checks, The old covers were too heavy to
1 F- Comdr. Brush expressed his deep be lifted without a crane, but the ,
t Interest" in the program and reada I new covers: designed by the three I ti }
brief summary of each 8Ugg .S. suggestors are divided into six
Uon. Particularly impressed by a sections and can be opened by a
photograph of the lawn-edging I workman without assistance. It
which was designed and was estimated that $3.684 in ma-
.maChine C. J. Tebbe and J. It, I terial and maintenance costs
he asked the two inventor would be saved in this activity
1\ J J its operation in detail. (Continued on Page 5))
., Thi pair split an award of $275 for

,thenilevire.. .l,
The highest 'IIIle award, $275; II
i went to E. K. Rhodes of A&K fur I (
S"p f
al n >
his 1 suggestion: on realignment of I

f aircraft rudders and elevators. "Everyone'; excellent cooperation __ ___o_ ___.__ _,_... __.____ _.. ____. ..______nn
Rhode procedure permits reuse and fine |performance lias
r r' of elevators and rudders which made my job much easier and JOHN WOODItCM OF 1'111.1'OHKS, one of five NAS employees to receive Beneficial Sug-
I were being scrapped prior to his the Air Station among the outstanding I g.tl.m .chot\U t i-injiitit: up to $275 last week, points out to Comdr F. J. Brush, Executive Officer: ,
suggestion. HIM process will re in the Navy. Keep it I some .if the .ii.",. .'I! (natures incorporated in the lawn edging machine which he designed and built
sult1 1a\ saving to the Navy ot NI'' I 11.Uab.\ ..,al inn with C.: J Tebbe. right also fu um Public Wi.rk.<. ot I her suggestion award winners! In
$11 .ViO,\ during its first yai's use ; I "assist. by-! and good lurk!" I the photo ar.- left to right .1 F Nettle Publi< Works J. 1. Johnson, Publu Worlta, ano J C!; F.
here I fthodes Assembly and Repair.

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: Two JAX AIR NEWS' 10 June 1948


Jflfit bP1 School Is MandatoryAfter I Commercial Bulletin I

31 July 1948 naval personnel must
Bulletins! will be accepted until apace ha been filial, butlater JIo44
Editorial Office graduate from an applicable school in orderto than 1000 Tuewlay. txt. 8230.
: : __ ___ _
South Wing, Loner Deck: Bldf. 934)) be eligible for certain rates. Without exception FOR SALE 4i I One 37 Remington :22: Gaff match- ribs '

Telephone Extt"n.lon-8184. school requirements will be manda- complete with Red Field iron sight,
Arthur M. Greene. Editor 'Lincoln 2eph>r, Tuur-dooP aedan. three magazines, one leading rump "
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the tory. Radio, heater and lout good tI.... fore-end stock and scope mount
bases. One 513 Remington 22
Motor has Just been overhauled cuU
Existing require that
U. S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida and entrybe $500 cash See F H. Sptatlan. ADI. match rifle complete with '"ch.r-
printed commercially with non-appropriated funds made on form NavPers 624 in the space at 1132A Allegheny Rd, equipped Red Field l sights and ,cots

at no expense to the government and in compliancewith provided, indicating completion of the schoolin 1940'' --Hudson-two-door" sedan Radio, Target mount Spot bases telescope. One l.yman sight 15 Super"fJ\ .

SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December heater twin-bumper lights, and er, complete with dust ,
submitting report of or recommendationfor caps sum
a practically new urea. Car 1 In good
1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat shade, 14 minimum click m'ounu and
condition $673
or highest
the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Reserve advancement or change in rating. Call Midshipman T. W Hanson, I.nl13a'r All In first dan

Training Unit the Headquarters of the Naval Listed below are the schools requiredfor _J>xt42ior2-9173 after 1730.Threebedroom shape Anon K Taylor the, Shop complete 476. outfit AAR.or .

Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters of the various ratings. All CPO rates are house In M tr1ffif 1304 Cumberland Rd

the Seventh Naval District., Naval Auxiliary Air other mentionedare district Has hardwood loots, Venetian Brand new "Albert'pod, will -eil
acting appointment rates ,
blinds ,
Station Cecil Field and the U. S. Naval Hospital. concrete driveway central tend for S feet Contact Bom., nt
heating laig landscaped
third class petty officer ratings. Hates yard Back yard fenced In. Excellent ext 593.
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Captain Herbert S. Duckworth. USN Commanding and schools : I location for children. Contact FOR RENT -
Jacksonville Naval Air Station Lt. Palm' : ext. 8Wor 8-1688,
Chief gunner' iiiiite (GMCA) -Nat&col, Gunncr's -
11-12 Mercury "four-door... Captain C. M, Schaar. Captain FV. Prleslman.L'SNR. ,, :Mates! Clawed H, NatliecMaahlngton, heater six-ply tires JW! Phone ( with electric kitchen and attached .
(MC). USN. Commanding Commanding I). C., school requirement for thief gunner's mates ext 75% before 1545 and ask for garage, Call Mrs Castio .t
U. S. Naval Hospital Naval Air ReserveTraining become .*ffe,.tl\e 1 Jan. 1919. Chief Chambeilatn. 3-2353M

Unit I Chief lire rontrolman ( FCCA)-Nat'Scot, Fire Must I8cl'lllee$2.O- worth of'furniture Attractive" sieeping room'nexl""1O"biihIn ;

Controlmen, Class B, 1"Rf't'Sta.&Ahlngton. D. for $950 Purchaser may private home Continuous hot ,.,..
U. Col. T. C Moore. Jr. Lt Col. Robert A. Black take o\er furniture and rent of house ter. $30 pei month Phone Mrs T.
USMC Commanding Commanding Marine Alt C.. 6 July 1 Marine Barracks Detachment NARTU I Chief fire control technician (FTCA )-Xa\'SC'iC.I. ext 759 from 0700 to i545, or 2112 Mister bedroom' with alT cunvenleiKt: *

Fire Control Technicians, Class It, NiMKecSta Orange Park after 1600. In a private home Between two bus
The JAX AIR NEWS {Is a member' of the Ships Editorial Washington, D. C. Threepositioniturav-.tioJTiTr.' v hnes. Mrs, Smltht phone 2-4"00
Association: and the Aimed Forces Press SeMlce Re. I mlneman foe child 6 months to 4 ,UI"1\ I Rooms-1 in private right\ on edge
((1ISCAa"Sc'o" 1\lIn'm'n.
of material from these sources must bear
production sell for '&. See G. Schulz at Air Base of river St Vincents .
ti credit line. Republication of other matter except ClaM D, NatScols Mine Warfare, }Yorktown Va Trailer Court. House with anchoron Contact R.near A. Champlln. 2541 BarrsTerrace ..
t>y service! publications la prohibited without per mia Chief oritlcalman (ICASa'Seol.) Optical- door nt coiner of :Vd road from 01 call 8-2101:
akin of Editor JAX AIR NEUS.
men Class B, Na\FimFact Washington. I). C. office Widow will----- share f'\ -room.i.i| ;it
Chief musician (l\ICCA-Na"Scul., Music Claw T hiee-bedroom, newly decorated In. ment with couple. Located In nice
side and out 1 located at 4629 UlmerIn
residential section at 122J Willow
B, Na'RedHa.'uhlnton., 1). C.
Flag Day-1948 Tlmuquana Manor Impl'o'emenU Bianch Has complete electric klic-h.
Chief aerographer's mate (AGCA)-AdvancedAerographer's Include tabletop electric hot en. 160 per month. Call Mrs. Potter,
Mate School Class B NATechTra- water heater, circulating oil heatertiled ', 2.:59:18.: !:'
Unit, NAS Lakehimt N. J. bath and screened-ln porch. Laige room n upstairs aparlmeni
Price J7300: ot $800 cash down andthe
I Fire control technician ( PFS: )-NatScol I. Fire balance In monthly paymentsof I at College St with adjoining: bath.

Control Technicians ClaAfl A, NavKecStaVa hIngton S6071 Phone 4-J061, If:) no answer, Children. welcome. kitchen privileges
I ... f Included. Phone Mrs. M.t J.
call 4.1131 and ask for M. Martin
D C. .
Bailer: ? 7lJ: : after 1900Partlyfurnished ,
Mlneman ( INS-Xa'Sc'ol.) l Mint-men Class A, Steamer tlunkn.oO Iturdv lock,
$10. Call 9-3719
Nat Scots, Mine Warfare, Yorktown, Va. I ext. 433, M.... Shaver i able. unfurnished Five rooms and
EIC'dronlCll'hoh'lan ETS NatScol Klectronlr bath Can be seen at 2924 Spenser.Contact .
( -
Chevrolet Sedan Tn
1040 Tudor t excellent I Mrs Browning, phone 7-N25.
Technicians, Clans A, NatTraCen Greetlakes condition has just been rebuilt .
Nice i eooi, airy room"i wit h ,h;;,
New motor universal tiresheavy
III., or Nat Scot, Electronic" Technicians, Joint entrance and
adjoining bath On
ClaM A, NavSt. Treasure Inland Calif., or Nat- spindles duty. bearings spring. I .and brakes other, battery accessories -' NAS city bus route See Mrs. Kirk-
Electronic Technician Clan A Patrick at :2W8 College St., or call
Sol NavfesLab Also new paint job on b Washington, D. C.OptlC'almaa A sacrifice at UOO. fell 6OT1 "
Class Green Cove Springs. and ask for RUerslde room with kitchen 'pifcpea,
.I.Is (Ol\IS-N."Scol.) Optlcalmen
Elmer Johnson or see Murdaugh near stores and bus routes Comeslent
t A, NatGun-Fact, Ma hlngton, D. (). ADZ at VF ATU No.1. Trouble to NAS. Call Miss Torch >

I Communications technician (CTS) NavSool.I ShootersMotorcs 7J'J6. after 1800.-
Communications Technicians Class A. NatComni- le -f alley l 6.ilJ on "47-61 In Lovely southeast room. Will accommc*

Annex, Washington D. C., or NatScol, Communl- excellent condition, Call Chief Powers date business couple or two gentle
t. I ext 600_01'r :\52.I men Also a nice single loom Located
catlon Technician Class A NatCommSta Port
8ixrhou .. In condition- on NAS bus route. Mis Sims,
I good near
W&I&h.I .
Blakely. phone 7 6958
I NAS. Close to stores, schools and
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Ye I Draftsman (Dl\IS-S."SC'OI.) Draftsmen (Clan I churches Furnished with Noige/ New thieeroom apartment" ,-never:

A, NatScoU", Conntnutlon CB Center NatSta, Port heater Icebox. cook stove. and hot been used Living loom, dinette
Continued. on Page 8)) water heater. My equity $600. Balance kitchen, and a8\'.."e. Will tent to
I $1500 on terms Can be seen i I couple only at $4X a month 43H:
at 5214 Transylvania Ave, near Appleton A\e. Get In touch with Mr.
Wesconnett Contact E. D. Yates. Tiapnell. phone 2-0421
I A&R, Shop 105;( : Nice large -sleeping loom -with,irl l-
Folding play-pen on casters, pad-I lrv' I II joining bath In pilvate.home, Phone
eluded In good (condition nine Inches !I >trs. Kohler at 4-7413 _
I off floor. See Water'field at b'uiriihed- two-bedioom apartment i laRKerMde

a 1347A Randolph NAS for $65 a month. Call Mrs.
A News andVieu. s f rntnStatkr Three-piece bedroom-, el" with| -- Innerspring Vv Inters. 2-)6SJ!) _
mattress and coil springs Widowed i dIIT shine home Nit
Newman} 121:1A: Hancock St.. NAS nice young couple. Baby welcome.
: Packard ;37r foui-door sedan In good Convenient to NAS. Phone Mis, IX r>
I condition Priced atf>1. See J. man at 23808.
E. LlndbetK Shop 3:10.: Bide 101 Ixixely' foul'.iWm'ull1lihed apaitm- t :ntT
_ On June > 1th we honor the birthday of A&R. located one block from NAS bus

the Ameru-an Flag\ HOW TO MAKE YOUR CHILD A LitiKe Mrs -Gray packing at hunk.6H2: 1 rIS-'Call children line. Water"welcome and, lights$U5 pet fUI nl.htd.month

JUVENILE DELINQUENT r Baby itrll8)tt'-bla-leatherette: :- collapsible reduction on yearly basts Open for
It is altogether fitting and propel that. type with sunshade and extension Inspection from 1800 to 2000 tonight
I sun visor Brown sturdy tel.cycle at 2160 M\ra St., corner of Ci.K-.
we ponder for a few moments on the basic Of (course we do not know of anyonewho I with K nod tires and finish. land Ask for Lt.__Morl'l.

principles in our Constitution, which the I would admit that he desires to do such Large size led, sidewalk scooter! Also Two-bed- i uom fuinlihed apartment-fcl
I golf! clubs Including No. 3 5230 .
one 11)ram Ave.'el'Onnf'U. tot
Flag of our Country symbolizes, and give I a thing but there are many parents who develop wond, one No. 6 ladles Iron. and $13 a month sera D. E. Rlchaid-
one mashle lion all light hand and son
i delinquent children just definitely
to the wisdom and vision as In perfect condition Will sacrifice. Mce Tour-ioJm -
grateful thought I apaFtment( It 53
i as though they carefully planned to do so. Ndall|, 13.18: Dancy Street. Donald St.. near NAS $45. Phone
of its founders. ,r In other words they follow the five principles 1948 ChnsTer town' &-country-four- Mrs. Johnson 2->102:5.:

"Kenewed; this day by all noble memories :I which one* authority gives as the best door luggage edan ruck Steel and top all and accessories sides I << with. W'cll-furnUhed apartment" on. -NAS mOlft'rRrouli7o\-r bus route In: Rlv-

All high and holy traditions of the past, :: means of making a child delinquent. Will foi quick sell sale at ..200mder!See Joseph list D. Gates price 1<< eislde ihof'r11th Tiled kitchen, 50 bath and

Remembered be our fathers I! According to Lt. Ralph Brophy, head of ADC.Park. J808A Nnimirn St, Dewey wllh sale of fumltuie garage, .$ Mrs a month rimy,

the police juvenile bureau in Des Moines -- 2-ti
Who founded the Nation in integrity and Kelvlnator' electric irfilKCrutbi<< l'rh'" ---- 132.'A -
Iowa here are the rules to follow and juvenile and one-half feet tall. Ulll sell for I. 1'I'n:
piety I I $75: or best offer Joseph D. Gales. Job as buliitUi Us hour'. "r
delinquency will :result : ADC 3KWA Norman St. Dewey I.. week \\'. 1. Han Illf', phone dui-:/.)$.
And died in faith, not having received the I 1. Don't give your child any religious or Park_ i I SI\ltt'n-'pal'-old; gill would like a .lob.
Uniform* and equipment for nnaT taking care ot children in the morn.
promIses, I spiritual training officer five feet six Inches tall Ing and afternoon Will also help

nut seeing them afar off." I 2. Don't let him discuss his plans problems with whipcord:34-Inch null waist of Two khaki suits tropical, blue I with FrldaCall housework at 1T75A, Monday Randolph through M t./

Those truly great spirits realized that or pleasures, so he will not develop worsted "with extra trousers. nli\) NAS- and askjfoi' Miss Havlland
blue overcoat, 2 suits of and -
gravt Nice refined; office girl toT Ihe with. i
what is true lives eteinally. God make us affection security or trust in you. 2 caps. size 6 7/M Call Kxt. I widow. Kitchen privileges new and

3. Don't home to his Chapel\ office and ask for modem home On Lake
worthy sons of worthy sires open your compan- Halley.I 425'1 Shore bUll
line Call .
1011Wilton, 2-02-JO eve. '
It would seem that on the same basis of ions; they will muss up the place. Don't be Practically l new- iTurdwIck-gas I I flings only around :2000

democratic representation there could be I!I concerned where he spends his free time. apartment six. Re. Must"onablt.Irll.be seen! to Cio-beappreciated I ltlde Call from Mildred Murray tell Hill lo-N AS, daiTyT

established a World Government. Those I I 4. Never praise your child for his worth- I well 3039_' Green St. ph ne :2-.68U3. I _Ride _" Green(>\e Mt Springs 2.4881.lo Sim

principles projected from state to state ina while effort because he might take advantage Bedroom i suite like new, Can h rnn ,I Hours 0800 to 16JO William*, phone
anytime after 1630 at 1392 Cumber-
I I W4Joi: Green Cove Springs. !W4.
of effort and harder to please ,, J
your try land Road. Chief Thompson -
united nation be extended from
may na- 1 I --- : \\ant-I lent two ur three bcUTvonCunfuinlshed ;
'Pite Mvdlteiianean(
in the future. room styli-
tion to nation until we have indeed One you low tile, stucco house Tile kitchen house In Lakeshoie, Rlv.
_ erslde. Murray Hill, or Orteya
5. Just don't attention to what
World. I pay any and bath Kitchen\ equipment and Call Hough. ext. 2Jl: or 2-5549.
circulating heaters $9.:200.
child dots or He should be able
your says. ng{ leaving; 13 June
The great need of the world today is for by 1 August: Treated In Tlmuquana
to take care of himself in this day and age. Manor 4651 Blount Ave Cull Mrt letuinlng approximately :i July. Desire
domestic tranquility and for understanding Israel, 8-14.23 passenger: to .share dilvlng.
The lieutenant further and declares Phone
: Reid .
goes Oldsmobile "7T' ffiJi ext 636 jar 737
between nations and sympathy between 1947 I I perfect
"Boys and girls who attend Sunday school condition. 13000 miles. $:l,4X! Call I I DLISCELLANEOCSrLOSTIn Z
While other nations divided col.
races. are by Archie Carter after 1800 at 9-6109
and church regularly not likely to fall
are or near Upilall ins T tiWj.\
and religion here the people of all Seven strands of cultured peartat
or, race, NAS. Ladles' Bulo\a wrist watch,
into the of the law as delinquent chUd-
arms strand
$100 per See Lt. H C. white gold, oral shaped and set
nations have together
) as one nation Bchnhe, 1337 Cumberland Rd
ren. This statement was made following a chipped diamonds all aroundthe
which proudly call "We the N'LW Iwo-beUiooin bungalow\\1 lTnTn
we : peopleof f face of the watch Expando
the United States." By the application of bureau survey of children's activities during walking! distance of chopping: center white gold band engraved on back
1947. church and school. One-half .Ca'l..I'lla": Finder please get in
those same principles set forth in the Con- block to bus line. Stucco o\ei coarrete touch with A. C Sutton A IX'. .tNAF5
At least 83 per cent of the 1947 delin- block with steel: caserucnt win desk in OpciaUons or 'leave
stitution, it is reasonable to believe that Hows. Tile tulthlnd dmlnhoard. ft NATS leak foi, toward,
quents were not regular attendants at
any Phone L J. DeChjiInf, 9.7913.
01 --
have basis for "We the people of the
we a home at 4763 Colonial! I
Church or Sunday School and only a few see Ave (key
World." over door ['*lee $7\0.: I I II.
of the remaining 17 per cent attended f)4TChenol"PfSp!) <<, -Deluxe with I tiJulrf tiJ: "e '
The writers of the Constitution and the : "
Church or Sunday School with any degree of_ radio and heater In good condition.. I

founders of the Nation recognized that life, regularity said Lieutenant Brophy. Call Murphy" ext 511: or J-1004-
I.: ur woman blue bk) with 25- i I.' ice StstUa tbapeto BlrfcisIM *.
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are The current crusade emphasis on Church Inch wheels' In good condition. $JO I and l aad M..tl. AvtTrctestaat ...
each blending into the others hone 2.94 8 and] ustk foi ),11 II. I
synenymous, and Church School attendance, therefore, Frelev
--\\'o"lIhlp Seitlco
-and{ all necessary for peace. is not a mere effort to get names added toa Er".fllb! ;volipc *5 hoisepowciA } R StetcnsonI04& -

Happiness isn't thinking of self but comes small car, but It may be shut -Ocnnal Service
loH. One purpose is thus to make a material ; tVorshtp -
Hmt.111 .
you \ sell Tot U7.:> Src I'Kapankk 1 Chaplain A. C Boyer,
through forgetfulness of self. Liberty is effort to reduce the appalling amountof at 33.1K4 Ciu\t-n St., D<'u- 0030 ,
-Sundjy School, Smjll Chapel)
1 )kIKh .
( y a i : I
freedom from hate and
greed prejudice.
juvenile delinquency everywhere so ap <. "Ml1fl chuli set-Ntrh mutehingl i i Cab II.
Life is a responsibility given to each one parent. Church and Church School habits curtring foiCS: .icrrich does not I I 'JI: --MII"II.

ur> us to live fully with kindness and love for are the two best-known deterrents of child I nuke: 'tmnn Into tt,, a Dewey bedVII lurk nn. zu.* )vw.V OOOO-MaM.

the whole human l'ace.Chaplatn : hood misbehavior On; -ample otti>tfluiiu1 table.. (like nw. |II | I|! An rtiwi outdoor li maintained Nuisoy for between small chll-WOO

I teasonable. Mm \'. M Dee) 1lJflU; and 1200.
Francis Lw Albert. Chaplain A. C. Eoyer Hancock St NVS .

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10 June 1948 JAX AIR NEWS Page Threo


; Battle Of Midway



The entire story of the battle of Midway hAlt never been told
Miwting have been the event leading. up to this critical battle
that marked the dramatic turning point of the war In the Pacific -
and the. Inside story of the extreme effort of the carrier air : a
attack group*-both the! Japanese and the American The fact *
that the day before the. main bout (the duel to the death between
c O|lI| slng carrier( ) eaeh (,'V hawed pilot knew that this"' would be
wa; the day. It was the day toward which all of hU careful traininghad ?

.. been pointed.! It wax a ease of now or never and each man
In the small air group\ knew that he would be called upon to produce -
L,.: ", a supreme effort in order to stop\ the steely advance of the Ill(11thi ':: enemy. tltfi I 1Sy :L ';,4 r.r.81 ( srmi

;, The Navy has long recognlred\ the fact that one of the m mt
.:r Important elements. In National Security I I" the man himself However -
:. the! man In not very useful I until he halt been adequately
''l trained I t u t ,

,) The Naval Air Training Command could undoubtedly produce
a pilot who could fly at about onn-hAlf the present cost!' Hut
training to fly Navy planes IN a small part of the job. The product
of cheap air training Is like a cheap diamond It U full of flaw
and ,,11'rl1C'k\ under strain What ham all this" to do with the!
battle of Midway,* The only true measure of adequate air trainIng L; :2
I"l In combat results, \ such as are Illustrated" by the following
little-known highlight of the battle of Midway
On the third of June, ]9.n.'h"l1 the Japanese were still A1
advancing across" the Pacific, a young Naval Aviator in a patrol
bomber seaplane was at an outer edge of a long search mission
when he sighted a huge Invasion force located 700( miles west ofMidway a e"1I
Island steaming due Kant at high speed.. Suddenly, this I .n .; aak.e \ S ig
young man had thrust upon his shoulders a terrible responsibility
He wan the only one who could are the enemy He wan the! only I Final HoursIN i:
[k one who knew their location strength and the direction in which\
\," th.' *>" were headed For that moment he was the most Important TIIK LAST .t\mISII:
* American citizen in existence. Suppose he had been only' partially hours before the close of the
. .' trained. He coud have made the fatal mistaken, such as I 1918 Navy Relict Campaign, the
*>.f wrong' Identification poor navigation, failure to get his report station band toured the sta-
i';;; through, and many others. tion last Thursday and Friday
An It wait, thl* young man had a thorough understanding of with a group of pretty NAS
. hU job. lie knew he proably had not long to live HO he sent out WAVES who button-holed mil-
3* the most Important Information flrnt-followed by clear concise, itary and civilian personnelalike 4
*ty amplifying reports no accurate that other Navy patrol bombers to sell chances on the new iflWa
hi j' In the name part of the ocean could project the enemy course and Chevrolet which was given
J speed| fly to an Interception, and take up where' he left off. away Monday (Top) Jackie
J.-,r': These Navy pilots scouted and tracked the invasion force days Nail and Skipper Moser stand Ir
and night In good and bad weather against heavy opposition, by while Ellen Messer sells a w-+-
; The Intelligent reports received of position strength. and probable! raffle ticket to Myron Pelechof
:. enemy Intentions culminated In the crucial battle of :Midway the NAS Photo Lab (RightA I
, U irt
2 and enabled our three small carriers to get Into position for a station employee displays a
' classic. execution: of the co-ordinated dive bomber and torpedo handful of raffle tickets whilea
T.J:+.! l plane attack that hank the four large enemy (carriers broke the! co-worker makes a purchase f
r ry' back of the enemy invasion I aspiration, and marked the turning from Ellen Messer,
t y. |x.lut of the war In the Pacific.
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rv''', Adequate training peacetime made this victory possible :
!'; and produced the" outstanding record of hit* against speedy Ladies :'
1 Auxiliary r
)' targets. Naval Aviators made those hits In the" battle of
1'-1'.r.'m 01' Fleet Reserve ,'
I '
Any one of the students In the Xa'alIr Training Command I To Pick Officers .:)
one day have to fill the shoes of the Midway search plane
I': -' pilot by being the one to contact an enemy" Invasion force on the I Nomination of officers for the ,
rJ.. surface or In the air The .American PNIIIt"111 want to make 'coming: year will highlight the
f.iJ certain that this young man und..rlltand"h ', how, and to whom meeting of the Ladies Auxiliaiv } 7 A.lb "' 'f
'k. -- a message" should be Kent of the Fleet Reserve Association \.
Naval Air Training standards, academically as well as In Branch 91, next Monday evening
.} skills, are the highest' A sample\ of the Xa"alIr Training Command at 2000 in the Cumberland Road ..
r:.. product Is very well Illustrated by Its famed flight exhibition Community Building, it was announced -
w" team, the Blue \ngels. this week Initiation ,ii' l ..
: Rear Admiral J. \\' I new members is also on the program .
L" newly-appointed Chief of Naval Air I of events i
Training, U determined that the Naval l "Aviators produced shall i, Mrs Clara Stephanz, president. ,. '\: :.., i
continue to be for will preside, and refreshments will '
prepared national
any emergency that might .. .
" bring forth_ another battle of .Midway. be served during the social how l'f ,,. "';,:.",*,,"" .... ., '. ;- 'j
__ 1 immediately following the business f.MV?.,- a. It ja..........<;: "' r .,>>,."
,. I meeting, with the Cumberland ___ __
Jax To Be Scene I Road Group acting as hostesses I Mrs. Allen Takes
\ .
Of Annual NATAC I a tI I First Place In

Fy (SEA)---A runaway sailor froma 'Last Week's Match
i'l Swim TourneyNAS I whale ship in the South Seas
Chatter was called a beachcomber The Mrs. R K. Allen fired a 19 for

Jax has been designated as name caught on and civilians now six holes to take first place in
Well, fellas were sure the I host for the Annual NATAC apply it to idle persons 1QUESTIONS the Otfuers Wives Golf Group
Roach Party last week more than Swimming Meet to be staged in mats'h last Friday morning on the
met your expectations On behalfof the huge indoor natatorium here MAKES DONATION1" station links Mrs. C C. Gantt
the Red Cross and patients, I :' ? WHATS THE
last Friday's winner, and Mrs. R.
14. 15. and 16 July, it was announced i
w. wish to thank all of the members by Lt. Paul King at tIng ANSWER! ::-Is it true, P. P. I| M Humes tied for the runnerupspot
of the various Community PT and Recreation officer Day, that you are teaching the with 21.
Services of the Duval County this week. fundamentals of cribbage to the Golfers from the Husband and
Chapter for the part they all played other occupants of the barracks Wives tournament will meet at a
in making the party a moatS The meet is expected to set ve as What's this we hear about you I supper Sunday afternoon at 14.0
enjoyable evening Remember! a qualifying round for the All catching 75 minnows on the deep- in the NAS Skeet Club
Rid Cross plans to one Navy swim tournament that will last Saturday '
sponsor sea fishing trip The next meeting of the golf
(* beach trip a month throughoutthe be held in Philadelphia Pa. this Geiger Any truth in. it 1 I' group will be at the NAS link

summer so watch the year When are you lucky Shanleys tomorrow morning at 0900 for a
schedule for the next one! The events for the NATAt I going to have your housewarmIng six-hole tournament.
:three-day festival include the 1500 I ? .
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Big Birthday Party-tonight- --- -- ---
Recreation Hall1930. Yes, we're meter swill 200 meter freestyle ; 1 What's this about Johnny Jer- :Mrs. Gall Brooks, Chief and Mrs
celebrating everybody birthday I 100 meter backstroke 200 meter 1 : nlgan looking through the want- I Jake Weiss, Chief and :Mrs. Nick
regardless of age or dates. You'reall breaststroke, 400 meter freestyle, ad section of the paper marked Carter, Chief and Mrs. Shirley
Invited. We're going to have 800 meter swim, 400 meter freestyle "Furnished Apartments : Piper Chief and Mrs. Peter Tor-
one big bang-up time 300 meter individual med- .,< Is it true "Lippy" Lillicloth, torici, Chief and Mrs. Frank Sab! ,
Is your social life lacking in ley relay, 100 meter freestyle, S that the WAVES are going to Chief and Mrs Mike Mitchell,
.. variety Why not learn to play meter spring board dive and 300 make you their new mascot Chief and Mrs Clifford Dodson
bridge Bridge instructions are meter medley relay PAST EVENTS--Two weeks Chief and Mr& Jim Cline Chief
given in the Red Cross Recreation N.Swlmnt>r.. Attention ago Sunday we had the pleasure )i and Mrs. Will 1C, Davis and Chief
Hill on Friday afternoons at 1330 Swimmers in all the competitive \, of having Jack Muldowney, the and Mrs Zeno Hatcher, plus ,hlfatherInlaw
W* can also furnish keen compe- strokes are needed as are low Irish tenor, and John Beering and I I and mother, who are
tition for those who are already board divers Lt. Kings tank hu accordian entertain for us asI spending a few weeks in Jack-
good Culbertsons" squad has been weakened bv the we waited eagerly for the lucky som'Hie.
Cut down on the cigs'! Get those transfer of several of its stellar number to be drawn ADDED SPICE- The following
w' vocal cords in good working order. | performers and anyone interested What's wrong with you male good people have joined the fold
Big Song Feet in Recreation Hall | In trying out for the team" should chIefs For the third consecutive'; Rosemary Devine, ACC Harriet
Monday night 14 June1930. 1 contact Lt. King at ext. 59.4: HI week, a "Ripple" has won the case Primmer, ADC and Dorothy King,
VIe pronuse to sing your favorite i Bldg, 726 of beer. The lucky winner this I SKC Why( the long delay girls)
aonlla: time was little Helen Kraus Have Also John A. Ceresna, ACC Gerald
PATIENT OF THE WEEK- all the drawings for the clever much trouble getting rid of it, A Byington, ADC, George L.
. Tit> 'Spotlight this week falls on Red Cross Bulletin Board schedules Helen Collins ADC, M. Davis, Jr,. ADC
Jtk: 'Wilson EN2 "Wilson saw I of the week that you see -- Spaghetti spaghetti and more I and Charles F. Miller ADC (Ret,).
,u -, plenty of action during the war posted in the hallway of hhip ':-1 spaghetti'! With the wonderful Glad to have you. fell as,
aim< he was an engineer on a PT service Building. | AN M\rrrTM: 11\ ,'lop- cooperation of the chefs, Oscar COMING EVENTS Bingo to-
boit In fact, he was in both Eur- I lOur friend is a quiet, .easy-going ment came when" Joe < ,>, mm and Finley, all of our waiters, I morrow night: Jack-pot, $59.
opean and Pacific Theaters of operation I person and everyone likes him man li-i" set the local 1 > 1 lull :kl"\-' out managers, and most of all, our I Dancing Saturday night with anew
Wilson, all totaled, spent For recrt'alionVllson sticks keVal" Vt.ttMa.naisouation, Entertalment Committee, a gala orchestra, Sunday night the
five years overseas. I chiefly to hunting and<< fishing presented a $25 chock on behalf time was had by all at the free spaghetti big drawing for 100 bucks.
Now look, girls, Wilson is real- IIn i the line of music, he prefers:: of his organization to Comdr. C I dinner last Thursday. We ORCHIDS This weeks bouquet -
ly a nice-looking fellow but he ., the; semi-elastics, I E Robertson for the Navy Relief had the honor of entertaining Cap- is being bestowed on Chief
b< id not in circulation Why? He has Jack leaves the hospital this I Society Contributions from I tain Albert his lovely wife and Geiger, There are numerous reasons
a cut wife and two children-a I week for Charleston and we'll individuals and groups are welcomed daughter Captain J L Holland for this tribute -his ever-
daughter two years old and a son certainly miss him around here I'I throughout the year, although and his v,'ry charming wife and pleasing smile, his efforts in organizing -
four months old. Jai'k is quite the The staff and patients send then; the annual fund-raising Comdr. Coyle. How about more the very successful fishing -
proud papa I: best wishes, Jack, and here's hoping campaign is tho principal source of these, Saba* i trip of last Saturday, and his
Wilson has been a right hand if you pans this way, you'11 of money used to inane!3 the PASSING PARADE ;"'.1'-: : peo- re?uing of a small child from tho
man for Red Cross. Yes, he makes<, came by and pay us a visir. | work of the. Society: plo/ seen at the club: CTuef: and 1 swlmmmg pool last: Mm da"



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1 Engineering Ubbya Boyer - I'1 1D. .
After all the bags of fan mall

II i! received -- crack-pot notes, ?
: "mush" notes, anonymous letters, Pop says the reason he let Mrs.
I gigolo offers, propositions and Gmilden walk in front of him
I proposals, and offers to pinch- the other day was not because he'
hit for Walt and Drew on their was a gentleman so much as it
ti 8"p t ae ',a I columns, It seems I was nominated was that she is the one he rides
e R a<' 1 to continue this colmun. So let's with--he didn't want to walk, X

.... start out with oooh la, la summer guess. In retaliation Vera says
I is here and flowers are in full the nickname they have given Popis
!1 bloom. L'amour is in the heart "Mr. 5 by :5". Well I guess the
I i n'est pas? We see an A&R parking name fits a little, but then we
Jot 1 lot romance swish of a yellow don't really care do you, POP?
I dotted swiss- waft of per- Personnel I and Administrationby
fume- dazzling flash of lavendar Dot OUUson!' -Who brought
irM shoes-a lightning gleam of golden Miss Brooks those' lovely roses last
Y k.Y : hair interwoven with lavender Friday ?

t ? ribbon. And somewhere close Even though leap year is half
ti around all that bell-bottwm trousers over, Spur lock is lUll passing out
"<,71": .'. ( Any resemblance betweenall leap year letters 1 wonder how
this and any person or personsin many boxes of candy she has?
Engineering is purely coinci- Nadme Jones Davis has gone to
; 1 dental). I Indiana on her leave.
;.. : \ Heard several strange versions We hated to see them move
; why Statistics in Planning have the Enlisted Personnel office. We .
': i. < ..
'.. .j' \ waste baskets lined up down the hope they will l like their new location
M : hall. No not a boundary line. Another .
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.. -- .:::. >: ;: ::' W """"' """"""" """ story goes that two Plannersgot ; ,\('(.t'4.tlt'IDh! islon-by Jerry

OFFICIALS OF THE EMPLO\EE'S: Association were on hand last week when Captain Herbert two women from the Public Xt"ttlt'lISay! do you folks in the
S. Duikworth Commanding Ottuei oi ?.NAS awarded the Civilian Championship Golf Trophy to Ray i Works department to sit on their Instrument Shop know that yourfairhaired
I Kennedy of A&R left foreground. Others n the picture are left to right Rod Pinnoy, president of laps coming back from lunch at I boy, Ray Kennedy,
the Emplmee:*' Animation t and runn.i-up in the g <>lt tournament, A.V.. Bennett of Supply Charles the Colonial Inn. And WHY wereso won the Civilian Golf Championship
D. Green i-t Publu Works, Fiankairen ot A&R Ton. Andreu of Public Works, Earl \\'>song of many Planners taking turns, II! ? Note his trophy in the A&R
A&R, and Captain Duikworth The poll tourney: wa: project of the association. pills aspirin and B. C. after I entrance.
lunch that day ? ? ? Engineering I George Hutte is really strutting
I folks don't act like that! his stuff since Bermce Chester
V51TppvLy : No Joke! I INSIDE "I, Herb Hall and his brother I Stitch has gone to school.

I built a Noah's Ark and went fishing George is now the BIG BOSS .
lien :Mtinsej. a civilian crnplojee St River. His"fishy" of inspector
PUBLIC WORKS at Mary's We are mighty proud our
I of the Assembly and story is that they caught Frank, who took. two

SALLIES Repair Department wasn't kidding I It's Leap Year and this is June,, 44 fish. Furthermore, on this trip weeks off to move a church from
N last week when he calmly the month of brides, so all you eligible there were three men and one Blanding to Lake Forest, and he
walked up to L. W. Reese his I bachelors either go into hiding woman. Hurrumph! did it. Now he has to put it to.
foreman, and asked If he would 1 or make yourselves known, depending I I Whisssst ( the humming soundof gether again. Nice going, Frank.
run over to the Post Office and 1 upon how you look at the a golf club swinging throughthe We extend our sympathy to
MEMOS. The long Memorial purchase three $1,000 savings situation. According to the Personnel air and hitting the ball on Mrs. Evans who lost her mother
week-end the bonds for him. ': Unit's records a few ol that green fairway). Our men last wet"k'e welcome Mr.
provided op-
Day Falling playfully In with the those enjoying i ? ) single blessedness folks in Engineering were really King and his men in the Cable
j-orturuty for several Supply-ers joke Keese replied. "Sure give I are R. R. Brogden in Contract 'driving that ball so well that Shop. They are taking the placeof
to make it quite eventful. For example me the mOlle)." But :Munsey Section; Walker Crevasse,, 1 "southpaw" Lamb won a port- Landing Gear If you want
Sarah Kuder flew to Tampa reached into his pocket dug outa I Timekeeper; Bart Dockrell, Material able radio, while Askew ( Pro- I to know why AMG's a"re called
wallet and promptly peeled Unit; Howard Rutledge, duction Control) lost. Nick did Trouble Makers, ask Onstott.
relatives a large
to visit ; group I
off two $1,000 bills, a $100 bill, Housing; and George Fisher, 7ND extremely well as he beat Nazal I Ya'ationGues8 Snyffy Snyder -
spent the three days in Washington one fifty, and five twenties. Transportation. Their phone num 1 I Planning) and won an electric is making the rounds back

Hal Savage of the Tabulating : Without another word, the I bers are available in the Personnel coffee maker. The scorecard re- i home in N. J, He has a 31-day
Section advertised via the T.A. for chagrined Reese took the money Unit. vealed this was a close game, leave. We hope he has a good

some passengers for a short jauntto and wax last seen headed towardthe I I In the Administration Division,, as Nazal was even with Nick in time Mrs. Knapp and hubby
rewardedby I NAS Post Office. Helen Johnson was welcomed! the first half.Planning spent last week-end at Sea Island,
the Capitol and was from I back to work Monday after a | Dh"Iolonby'non& Ga. A nice place for fishing, folks'
affirmative replies Carlee l week's absence because of a serious Spurlock-Bradley, how come all even in Georgia, too Mabel
Ophelia Sapp. Betty Lotz, InspectingThe operation performed on her the rush the other day ? You say Griffin was in Tampa for a few
Shelton, and Jenefer Vance.in Betty addition father-in-law. Marvin Arnold returned 1 I you didn't shave because the pow- I days Sara Cantrell went to
and Phoebe reported that from two weeks' vacationin I er was off-are you sure that it Miami and also your reporter, Old
to many interesting serviceat sights, and around Rhode Island. Arnold j i was the electric power and not I Noisy Nettles herself went to the
they took in the special where said (in case the PWO reads just that you were too tired ? modern Babylon, Miami. Everyone
Arlington Cemetery the President.they Inspectors I this) that he certainly was glad to j We understand that some certain wants to know If it's wild and
heard and saw get back to work. Frances Theusis 1 boys down in Preservation I wicked. Why do you think I
Also saw our former Supply-er Hal, !I By Helen Burnette still seeing spots before her eyes 1 are not allowed to do any whistling had such a wonderful time ? _

Lt. Reilly Incidentally to Washington ; A hearty welcome is extendedto --her almost-two-year-old dotter Gosh there goes our mor- Mane Franklin motored down to
plans to return Mrs. Erma Hanna who recently Linda has had the measles for ale!! Chiefland. Fla? last Friday to
permanently before too many I We are wondering why Hleb was attend her
daughter's graduation.
10 Bill Simcoke happened -
office force. Mrs. over days.
Wood of A&R joined our '
L. W. ,
more days leaves Hanna transferred to us from I to be in the hall last week wearing house slippers the other Rosa Aldred was married up
An adopted son of Supply day. We understand he blamed it Folkston Ga of weeks
station and civil sen-ice on Supply Office. We are glad to ,when he heard a noise from the in a couple
I all on sunburn Are surethat's
to into business for have you with us, Mrs.!!! Hanna, ladies' room which he identified as you ago.Wonder
June 18th
go it Hleb ?
where Jack
will a fan with the blades catching on Simpson
and sincerely hope you en-
himself with an oil distributor. joy work with us. the wire protector. Simcoke after I Just who is the little girl in gets the atomic power to go in his
ticket to your
Woody bought advance notice went into our Division that is planning on Plymouth. It seems as if he gaveit
the dance that was sold Expect "Fishless Toshie" Lakatosh is proper
out those "wedding bells"someday little last
the room and fixed the fan. When ringing a too much time forit
another long week-end over always heard complaining about I: he emerged from the ladies' rooma soon ? Can't tell yet, but blew up for sure Didn't It,
fourth. H. L. Steyerman, the enormous catches of Chiefs
July few moments later the previously you all will know when the right Jack ?
our electrician has an unusual Mathieu and Krzesowiak. Tell us I' empty hall was crowded time comes. We hear Lyle Main is about to
hobby which is also both helpful how many worms you can get on with several of his fellow workers I Say folks, that was a car a leave us for a while to attain a
and educational. For 15 years he one hook Ski! I who all chorused "Why Mister certain girl in Personnel was describing little knowledge in some little
has devoted his spare time to I: Chief Stradley walked into the Simcoke!" He's still blushing.In the other day and not a college. We are sure going to miss
showing religious films in rural office last Friday-back from a Housing, Barbara Faulkner I description of herself right, D. you, Maih.AIRCRAFT,
communities of the southern 30-day leave spent in Chicago.The I reports that her flowers are get- --- -- --- --
of -- --
states. Equipment consists a Chief he is more determined -
says I water but
her bill
ting as high as
motion picture projector and elec- than ever after( sampling it's worth it. She has daisies,
tric generator by which he can civilian life) to be a 30-year man!! : glads, and six other varieties we II I CIVIL SERVICE EXAM 1

snow films in areas where there I We told you, Chief, what to expect : can't spell, plus beans. We imag- _
Je no electricity. He reaches in this cruel, cold world!
I ine beans nestled in amongst
logging camps and backwoods I Happy birthday to Mrs. Styron, : "nastushlmums" and "cresthantimums" -: L Bulletin Bocard
of whom ne'erut'n
people many I
who had a birthday this week. look real pretty.
In the .
a motion picture. : Other members in the department I
last four years more than 40,000 I I who have celebrated or will cele- Mr. Boyer, master mechanic in The following Civil Service Examinations hate been announced
have seen his films which contain brate birthdays this month are: I the Power Plant, brought out another Unless otherwise Indicated the examinations are unassembled and
13 all-talking, action pictures, ,! Lillian Wolfe Marie West W. J. of his dazzling ties purchased the necessary forms! should be filed In time to reach the cognizant
including tales for children, sermons and J. L. Hlgbee. We wish on his recent trip to Hollywood, Board before the closing date. Copies of all announcements! are
and human interest stories I I and Calif. When one of the boys ex- posted on the Bulletin Board In the lobby of llldg. 430.
all of more
softball team amined the label on the "California" -
Your Supply
was the winner of the first half of happy ones! tie it said "Made in New SUBSTITUTE CLERK CAR- PAINTER DOPER
the Recreation League and is playing 'I' Sorry to lose Mr. Higbee, In- York." Mr. Boyer was so chagrined RIER, POST OFFICE SERVICE, AND FABRIC WORKER, $.97
its first game in the second spector in the Emergency Repair he lit the wrong end of his panatela $1.04 per hour. No closing date per hour; JR. AIRCRAFT
He has been with us for that's Joe). :i announced. Assembled examination
half tonight at the Stadium. Your Group. I a cigar, yet SHEETMETAL MANUFACTURER -
support of your team, throughthe quite some time and we will miss I Evidently Transportation will I I File with Director FifthU AND REPAIRER, $.94 per
Boosters' Club and through attendance I him. We wish you every success in be vacated soon by vacations. Jen- S. Civil Service Region New hour; and OFFICE APPLIANCE

is doing very much to your new undertakings! nie Kopec is hopefully planning a Post Office Building, Atlanta 3, REPAIRMAN, $1.06 per hour. No
help keep the team in front. Four Chiefs are taking leave trip with her hubby to New York : Georgia. closing date File with Secretary,
Thanks especially to Viona Townsend 'visiting relatives, fishing etc. We City this month, and Louise "Red" I I AIRCRAFT RECLAMATIONCRASH Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners .
for her superb contributionsto know they are all enjoying them- Bragg is planning a trip down the TRUCK DRIVER FOREMAN for the Greenville Air
the Boosters Club TicketsAre I I selves. They are Chiefs James F. I Mississippi to the land of dreams $1.13 per hour; SR. AIR Force Base Greenville, S. C.
now on sale for the dance I Ure, James E. Revier, Emanuel they call New Or-leans sho' nuff. 'CRAFT FABRIC AND LEATHER CORRECTIONAL OFFICER.
t en June 18th, and you can get 'Snyder, and Robert C. Drum And wouldn't we like to shuffle WORKER $1.09 per hour; $2,69".96 to $3,721.80 per annum.
them either from a representativein I E. C. Carter is on two-weeks I long there, too hint( ). Willie Dau- AIRCRAFT FABRIC AND LEA- No closing date. Assembled exam-
your section, by contacting Otis military leave taking: active duty phin says his new Plymouth ridesso THER WORKER, $1.00 per hour; inaUon. File with Board U. S. Civil
Owens in the Correspondence Section training in the Air Force. good that the only way he can AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES Service Examiners

or by calling 621 Photog- tell he's moving is by watchingthe REPAIRER, $1.09 States Penitentiary, Atlanta
ropher's Mate Brauer of the Photo With Payroll Savings you can'. trees fly by. per hour, SR. PARACHUTE Georgia.
Lab (who suggested the contest) I miss you can't forget Clara Martin in 7ND Contractand HER VICER. $1.06 per hour; SR. I PHOTOGRAPHER $2,168.28 to
took the final pic of our glamour best of all, YOU CAN'T LOSE! Real Estate Division enjoyeda AIRCRAFT BATTERY SERVICER $414960 per annum. No closing
pal who was on leave, and it is : very brief four-day leave last $1.09 per hour; and GENERAL date. File with Executive Secre-
hoped that by the time you read -- The I week. It was a good time to be AIRCRAFT MACHINIST, tary, Board of U. S. Civil Service
this the album will be on viewin I 1 Murphy and Joyce Cowart.of off: the temperature hit 96 one $1.15 per hour. No losing date yet Examiners, Federal Security
the lunchroom, together with selection, by a group as-yet day. announced. ile with Secretary, Agency U. S Public Health Service -
tome of the prizes that will be unnamed judges, of the about winning 9.45: I Bill Truesdale. 7ND Mainten- Board of U S. Civil Service Examiners Communicable Disease Cen-
will ,
contestant begin
take-home trophies of the winnersin I ance, will be on leave soon to undergo for the Greenville Air ter, 605 Volunteer Bldg., Atlanta,
our Beauty Pageant The complete so come early to the dance. I an operation. Bill's many Force Base, Greenville, S. C. Georgia.
list of entries, in Its final POEM ON BOBBIE DIXON'SDESK friends!! wish him the best of luck AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE I I LOCKMAN $2,020 per year. No

ft>im, is as follows: Mary Murphy, : and hope for his speedy rotuin MECHANIC $109 per hour; dosing date. File with Executive
Ophelia Sapp Sue Adams, Mary I He who has a thousand friend, I In Maintenance Clem Flanders AIRCRAFT RADIO AND ELEC- Secretary, Board of U. S. CivU
App Lila Greene Lorene Cabler Han not a friend to spare; returned from a cool twoweekstrip TRONIC REPAIRER AND INSTALLER Service Examiners, Nashville Dis-
Georgia Montalto Kay Rozar. Ellen But he who has one enemy to Connecticut. And two un- $1.09 per hour. AIRCRAFT trict. Corps of Engineers, P. O.
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10 June 1948 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

Weekend I < : ..
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'room11TARTU rg


rhii ,.....Ii', column U d..u.I..d \. him a highball In a hurry. Yes sir
tAMHOIS! UK; one of NAHTI". realeragaadr.nr
another one of our b.oys'has made
and MY.IU, the Marine
. ,;. Kr*.rte Hhtr u.drOD.-tI.: >)> good. Our old shipmate Banks
THE WOnU-Membf'rs of FAS- has been commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant
nON 158 have been juggling billets I' in the Air Force Reserve Js

somewhat since the formationof no less. His commission was
the new attack squadron took i I awarded him at the University
place Lt. Horton and Ens. Thompson of Florida where he recently completed T-4

were transferred to VA.52L, .I the ROTC course Congratulations -
and now we've received word that Electrician's Mate .

1-t Comdr. Gittings has been designated oops, we mean Lieutenant Banks
FASRON 158 Recruiting "e're also losing R. E. Anderson

Officer. Lt. t ijg) Stewart becomes ENG1 who got the urge for distant SrY
Maintenance Officer and is places again and joined the +Y

relieved of his duties as Electronics regular Navy.Welcome \
Officer by Lt. Gormson. Oh, I .k
aboard to J. L. Reed } A 'f. .
I yell. Lt (i jg Hardin assumes YNTSN. E. E. Carver, AOY3 and Y
the duties of Operations Officer K. R Anderson, SR. We hope ,
and we guess that takes carp you'll enjoy the training and cam- a. ,e
of the changes. eraderie at NARTU as much as 'a

Hey, guys there no sense the lest of us. 1 a
In being bagged for illegal park- I I Next drill period is 10 and 11

ing during our week-end drills. Remember 'July, and don't forget to submit

the parking space right I your request for the two-week ... ,
beside the commissary has been training period which takes place -....ol ... 'iI4 II" _..:. :!> .

designated for Organized Squadron 'between 17 and 30 July. x a u gJ

personnel on week.t'nd! and I MARINE H.-\slvs|| : Commencement UNUSUALYORI{
there plenty of room for all. Day at Gainesvillesaw
The Station Police really bear I a few members of VMF-144 PUBLIC! WORKS sur''t.yor'sout t

down on illegal parking here, so awarded degrees by the Universityof on a boundary survey! l Isl

why not make it easy!' on yourself Florida. The boys just grabbed week, accidentally stUn!h".o

by parking in the correct area those old sheepskins and flew I onto a moonshine still 1I n, a
SPLASH CI1 XMP: -Ray Trin- away. Among them were 1st Lieu- heavily wooded section as th \
lade of the squadron showed tenants Gene Autrey, Chuck Hot: ,
great form in winning his eighth I title 2nd Charlie Sparkman I approached Navy property at Itn

three-meter springboard championship Master Sergeant Frederick Phillips undisclosed location. The next

here at the Naval Air ('I| has just received his sixth day, they led a photograph
Station on 29 May the date of I stripe and the radio-radar sectionof :\ I from the NAS Photo Lab a
the Florida AAU Swim Meet Incidentally VMF-144 has reported already
Ray is National Junior : receiving the effect of it I representative of Emplnver
AAU One-.Meter Diving champ Tech Sergeant A. A. Manson hasa Services, and the Editor of the

He plans to become a stationkeeper very fine dog which is a crossbreed Jax Air News to the spot t

shortly and represent NARTUIn between a wire hair and a Above, the men inspect th
the NATAC Meet to be held on rat terrier The dog is two years : ,
left behind th.
equipment bv
this station in the near future old, small, very intelligent, and
Were all rooting for Ray to make would be a good companion for a moonshiners. They are. left to

the grade and to qualify for the child. Don get us wrong he'snot right, C. L. Alvers, C W Bradley A

Olympics Tryouts and beyond trying to sell man's best and L. J. Wilkinson! I Right I
that, we're rooting for him to be friend. He will give the dog and Wielding machettes, Ahers and
Olympic champ We assume' that doghouse to anyone who guarantees -
most of you guys know that Ray a good home. Sergeant Man- I Bradley hack their way throughthe

has not, a* yet, reached his eighteenth son can be contacted at 2405 dense underbrush prepara-
birthday. I Holmes Street, South Jackson tory to taking a sight and set .

TIIirilKKM> YON Bill ville Speaking of college ting up boundary markers on
grads, Sergeant Parker receivedhis some Navy property in th-
Bishop joins the! reporting staff
degree at Stetson this spring Jacksonville area.
of "Week end Wingtalk, representing -
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embark that -
and is ready to upon -
FASRON 158 along with
Lt Buchser was individual high
Al DiGiorgi And speaking of Al, old career with 34 hits. 'Tis
scorer %( rumored -
we feel that his wife is in line STILL CIUMPS-The Marine I that VF-52L, the Navy fighter BANSHEE SISTER SHIP OF PHANTOM
Reserve Divison, which includes I
for congratulations Their fifth squadron which held the record ,
Anniversary was celebrated recently -lIst Lieutenants Buchser, Robinson -
previously, made an attemptto
( and anyone. who lived with and Peatrose, and 2nd Lieutenant regain their old crown but fell NOW READY FOR CARRIER OPERATIONS
holds the ,
DiGiorgi for five years r should Armagost short of the remarkable score reg-
rate somethingThe I gunnery championship at NARTU. istered by our squadron St. Louis Me i AFPS i Skies
next time vou k' A. O These lads scored 24 r V hits out of
CORPS NOTES The Marine above aircraft earners will soonbe
Banks, EMS3, you d better throw 1,250 rounds,on a target banner Corps was overstrength by 654 Five Suggestions
dotted by a new type of jet-
VALLEY FORGE HAS VISITOR'S DAY master sergeants This as of 1 Januarythis was (Continued tfom Page 1)) propelled fighter plane, the

___ _. year. discrepancy "Banshee", This newest contrI-
n during the first of adoption
be concentrated in
; reported bution to naval
: flight operationsis
AFPS ::1 aviation, and steps are being tak- of this Idea. now beginning to 'roll of the
.M. N en to adjust distribution of the air I' Today, 23 other "Idea men" will production lines at the McDonald
Jr and ground components. In the be presented award checks total-
Aircraft Corporation in St Louis.
1 past it has been the goal of headquarters ing $1,055. Assembly and Repair
to preserve wartime tem- Department employees are to receive Testing inspectors at the Naval
:{' j porary rank whenever possible the largest slice with 18 test station, Patuxent River,

"' Indications are that this objec- winners dividing $915 Three Pub- Maryland, declared the thinwinged -
tive will be attained with the lic Works winners will share $90 jet now ready for use on sea-

I possible exception of aviation while two winners from Supplyare going carriers. Capt. F. M. Trap-
master sergeants. For more de- slated to get $50 for their nell, testing co-ordinator, gave the
tailed information, it is suggested ideas. final OK after seeing the planego

I that Letter of Instructions 1">66 W, D. Battey of A&R. one of through gruelling tests underall
possible conditions
be digested thoroughly those to receive an award today,
,. t8 4 C1IKKR1 POINT CO n'I.tX-: will get an additional check for I The Banshee goes into produc-

Next month well have lots of $100 which was recommended by tion just as its sister ship, the

news about Cherry Point maneuv- the Navy Department Beneficial Phantom, is receiving finishing
"1'11. This month, everyone was so Suggestion Board for his safety touches. These two planes marka
busy talking about what they : device on table saws Recently new era that has almost dou-
were going to do up there thatit the local Committee forwarded bled naval aviation strength since
was difficult for your humble'I photographs to the Navy Board the end of the war. Of similar

correspondent to get anything out which are to be used in several construction, the Phantom was
of them for this issue of 'Week technical publications, giving wide : the first all jet carrier-based
> end Wingtalk:' recognition to Mr. Battev'a device fighter to be built '
I > I I! Air tactics experts explain that

r Other winners are N. C. An- rate of climb Is a vital factor in

Public Works'Continued drews, P. J. Anthony, E. E WilI carrier planes since this enables
I, sher, V. J. Rio, Jr., A. A. Manson, them, at the first radar warning,
w. ( from Page 4)) E J. Weir, G. F, Taylor D. J. to get above the enemy and dive
3 ; usual stories, and that may be the Lundin, S. L. Helms, J. P. Chap- down upon him. The Banshee tw

right word, originated in Maintenance man, R. B. Edwards, E. A. Nettles climbs at the unusual rate of
this week. Seems Charlie' H. E. Norton, F. H. Daley, 9000 feet per minute.

Pate went fishing, got excited, W D. Daniel, and J. C Schooler, I Long range, another important
turned the boat over, and came all of A&R: J. R. Woodrum, W. characteristic, is again found in
up minus his bridgework. He later C. Mills, and G. D. Faircloth, Pub- the new fighter. Cruising equally
put in a leave slip marked lic Works; and S. H Clark and well on one or both engines, the

"hunting" and took a little boy G.V. Barber, Supply.The contents of the five large tanks
M, 4 with him to hunt for his teeth.
Recorder of the Station can thus be conserved on long
The boy dove until he found them
missions. Air
Suggestion Committee reminded speed was announced -
and was rewarded $500 Turley in excess of 600 miles
employees this week of.the oppor- per
DtBevoice is also reported to have
tunities them to boost
M had dental trouble. While surfbathing -
their incomes by submitting con- Safety of the individual pilot
at the beach, his flew out '
structive suggestions He urged all was also considered with the installation
mil still lost.
1. 'I are I I
employees; to participate in the of special bullet resistant -
The gills in Maintenance. Operating -
station program and to submit I glass The supporting
.:rrr and Utilities Section had a
ideas they might have to improve structure of the pilot seat was designed -
party last Thursday at the Civilian : I
their the of others to resist 40
job or jobs to an impact
Cafeteria as a good-bye gea-
conserve material or to save time, I times greater than the man it
lute to Jerry Groaner and Geneva -|I '

_....____._ __ ___ _m_ I flowers Lloyd.plus They a nice had meal.music Everyone and- I Woodrum, J. F. Nettles, C. J. epaSEAFreeing

Tin; AIKCK\Fr CAKKIHl: \ Al,LH' FORGE;. its ""odd'lust' enjoyed it except the boys, Tebbe, C. O Adler, J. H. Dick- II ( ) ports are openings

almost ompleted, stopped oft in Nw York a North River' and herd none of whom were invited. |I II son in the bulwarks of a vesselto
open house. Six thousand proud Americans took advantage of I The following employees of I free the decks of water when
the opportunity to visit the ship The Valley Forge departed from Maintenance received beneficial Want a business for yourself? a sea Is shipped Hinged at the
San Diego California on October 1947, on a cruise around the world suggestion checks last week for I Just a bit of payroll pelt j top, the doors= of these ports
Now the ship has only the trip from New York through the 'various and sundry helpful ideas I Put away in Bonds will make awing outboard and are forced
Panama Canel) and up to the coast of Mexico to complete the tour. W C Waiter, J I. Johnson, J R I Quite a tidy little stake I open by pressure! at the bottom.


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Varsity Softball Squad Drops i

Two To Kennedy's{ One To NR Y 4aJ.LL. Mho A 5y

Early Season Setbacks Bring: Losses To

Five Consecutive Contests in Two WeeksThe I

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NAS Varsity Softballers -
dropped three more tilts !scored on a double by second sacker I
Linsenmeyer Jax scored
this past week ; all of them on again
in the fifth canto on
their home diamond under the Heft and Retrieve Kennedy bingles tallies by- I

arcs. Last Saturday, the locals came in the fourth and sixth i

went after the Kennedy frame to end their scoring for the

Clothier nine from Ocala but 'evening, but the Fliers, trying to .'I
get back into the game until the
were turned back in a pair of '
last man was out, scored only
hitter defeats, 8-2 in the opener once in the seventh when Ash-

and 10-o in the night- baugh sent Abreu aiioss the plateon ,

cap. Monday evening:, the a base hit. .- _. .,. . -- --..-.... ,, -.....---.-.----,---'
Fliers Were held to one safe

blow when they bowed to the Under The Arcs

Naval Reserve Softball team Tilt NAh FLIKIt Softball

from Southside, 10. nm ran into trouble In its

Infonday'a game, behind the third and fourth starts of the

l expert hurling of Daryl "Dumpy" current Softball season Saturday -

Shaw, who pave up but three night at the Power Plant
blows in seven innings the Fliers diamond in a twin bill with the

dropped their fifth conseium.contest .. Kennedy Clothier soft bailers
I of the season to the Naval from Ocala The locals dropped
Reserves Two of the hits ofi both contests, 8-2 and 103.
i Above) In the third frame of
Shaw were homers, one in the
the initial tilt, Joe Roberts,
with and the
fifth inning,: one on
other in the second wUh empty Flier backstop, Jean! off hH

bases. The Reserves got a pair of mask as he goes after a bunt
counters off the offerings of ShawIn laid down by Ken Niesler of
Ocala Roberts fired a perfect
the second canto on a four'
strike to first base to retire
bgger' with bases empty abase
knock, a stolen base and a Niesler Umpire Chief Carpenter
behind the plate, (Left) In
pair of fielder's choices The visitors
tallied two more in the fifthfumt" the night cap. Flier catcher
Roberts i is shown taking out-
on a base hit and a home
run. The only Flier blow came in er-gardener King's perfect
I throw the to nab Kennedy
to plate -
the home half of the fifth when
'I : base runner who is screened -
Fred McHeehan, Flier center field-
S 'I from view by Robert
er dropped a single into center'
The Fliers went to take i .
field. on ---

their loss Flit without Drop a Twin single Hill miscue Bad Luck Dogs Fliers On Road; Locals 1 Patterson Takes

In the initial tilt of last Saturday I

nedy night's Clothiers twin the bill Jaxmen against Ke-n-// Lose To Corpus Christi And Quantico ; Colored OlympicJax

to get into the win column, dropping I Tryout Title

their third straight,: tilt in Seek To Regain Victory Trail This Afternoon
three starts, 82. Local hurler Ab- I Pounding/ Pat Patterson, NAS
In Came With Powerful Jacksonville TerminalLast I
re-u was hit freely for seven innings Jacksonville most outstanding
-as his team mates caused colored boxer, came through in fine
10 miscues to ,give: the visitors week's road trip proved disastrous to the NAS Fliers baseball nine as the powerful style last week at the Ja 'kson-

their win. "Red" Brown, ace Ocala Quantico Marines took a two-game series from the Jaxmen and a rejuvenated Corpus villa ball park by hammering out

twirler, held the locals to one Christi Comet nine slapped out two more victories over the befuddled locals. I two technical knock-outs to cop

bingle until the seventh frame Quantico trounced the Fliers, 12-7 and 18-3, while the Comets knocked them down in. the Regional Colored Olympic
Flier Tryout middleweight crown. Ike
when Frank Torrey, keystone
the for NATAC honors by the series 9-5 and 8-5. i I
sacker, drove his first homer of race Lewis, NAS welterweight, advanced -
the season into right field, scoring The road trip also turned out -'- --- - I as far as the semi-finals onlyto
Flier right fielder Ashbough ahead badly for Jim Daley, Coach FrankMcCaffrey's I second when Pinky Higgins 1 in the fifth to complete its scor I lose a close decision.
walked and to I II
Woolbrlght singled ing.
pitching ace, who Patterson who for the
local tallies of ,
of him for the only
the heretofore had hung up seven I center to score Werner. Then, in I The Fliers tried hard, scoringtwo I NAS varsity boxing squad lest
game the eighth stanza, John Beinaman in the second when three I
The Fliers bobbled their way to straight victories. His reputation runs winter and copped the NATAC
another loss in the night-cap of the meant nothing to the Devildogs and rapped a long four-bagger to left walks, a single, and an error combined '' championship, drew a bye in the
twin feature with Kennedy's, 103, Comets who drove him from the with Ray Angelucci and Bill Crane for the pair of markers, and I opening night of the tournamentbut
Flier mounds- box to suffer his first defeats of aboard to soore three runs. The then following through with two went into action with a vengeance
The visitors jumped
the season. last Flier marker was chalked up more in the third. Two walks, a the second of
White for two tallies in the on meeting
man in the ninth inning, but the rally
single, and a fielder's choice i
Out to their losing streak, the affair
first canto and five more in the snap three-day
fell short and Corpus had sweptthe
brought the Fliers within hailing
second to start themselves on the 1 the Fliers will go into action again series In the first round, he caught
way to their fourth consecutivewin this afternoon at 1600 when they Comets, i U; fliers 5' distance of victory. Carl Williams of Jacksonville witha
I Jacksonville Terminalnine But then the Comets broke )looseto ..
of the season over the Jax- take on the II In the opening game of the two- I straight left that staggered
at Mason Field, But they sew the game And the best
men The Fliers tallied a lone run' day series, the Corpus squad ham- up Williams all the way across th
the Fliers could do off the pitches
in the second frame of the game i may find it tough going against I mered Red Doll from the mound in ring From then on it was the N A.
the Terminal outfit which last | of relief hurler Sam Grasso of the :
when S\'I jkovsk ', Flier shortstop, : year the fifth inning t6< pin a 9-5 defeaton boxer's fight. At the end ot th
advanced to the semi-pro baseball Comets was one run in the seventh ,
-- -- --- I 1 the Jacksonville Navy entry. second round, he closed Williams'eye
national finals before bowing out. inning.
Warren Whitten took over after I and opened a slight cut on
All-Station TennisChampionship I Already this season, the Jacksonville i| I Marine KHI.lrualnr/:
the fifth and blanked the Cometsthe the bridge of the nose. But at
I club has practically copped rest of the way. I A slugging Quantico Marine the beginning of the third found,
Will BeI the in-town, semi-pro league and |; Devildog nine made mincemeat of the battered Williams connected
Christi vaulted into the
at another shot at
is now pointing the I Flier defense last Wednesday
lead in the first inning on a single with a hard right that dumpedthe
national :
the championship i
(Continued on 1'age 8) I
Determined Tomorrow I a two-base error and a field- local battler for a count of
I C'orputin Again er'schoice and was never headed eight. Leaping to his feet, he went

BobbRadm. last year',s All- i The Fliers dropped their fourth after that. Corpus scored two SEVENTH N. D. LINKS after Williams like a tiger to win
SUti'HTennill Champion, will game in succession last Sunday at runs in the second, one in the by a TKO. At the end oChd,

match shots tomorrow afternoonon Corpus Christi when Johnny Sheffield third, two in the fourth, and three I TOURNEYTOBEHELDHERE brawl, Williams was bleeding pro-
the NATTC courts with Lt. E last season's Flier pitching fusely from the mouth and no***,
Q Eldridge at 1500! to decide the I .star, turned in a fine Job for the I and both his eyes were swollen.
19(3 NAS Jacksonville net master Comets to top his old club, 85. : Four Out Of Five i 15 & 16 July However, in the finals, Pattersonran

Both players fought their way Jim Daley started for the Fliers into trouble. Charles Germanof
through the elimination matches but was shelled from the mound ; Top Spots In NATAC The Seventh Naval District 36- Nashville, Tenn., staggered him
until now they both stand at the in the fourth inning, giving way ;, I hole Medal Golf Tourney will beheld in the first round with a hard
to Ace Woolbright who pitched a Taken NAS on 15 and 16 July at the and the local
top of the heap Match By right pounded scrapper -
Eldridge won his right to the final -I fine relief job. I I NAS course Jack Harvey, station all over the ring, raising A
match by taking a hard-earned During Daley's stint on the rub- NAS luiksmen brought home the links pro, announced Tuesday I mouse on Patterson'e eye. Pat got

victory from E. O Williams, winning ber, the Comets blasted six hits I bacon last week from the NATAC morning to wprk in the second canto by
I scored all eight runs. :
t two out of the three sets. He and took to hold the : 72-hole golf tourney at Pensacola Golfers from various district! I retaliating with a right cross that
eopped the first setto 8-3, dropped Woolbright at for the rest of Tony Givgo led the local golfers activities will compete in the tournament split German's eye and stoppedthe
I home team bay
the second, 4-8, but ante back I the NATAC Hash, and the Fliers I who took four of the first five I and the winner and next I, fight on a TKO for Pdtterv .

to take the match in the third set, I tried to rally, I top spots bv firing a 301 to cop I i three runners-up will be chosen to son ,
8-4 The McCaffreymen scored their first place with hill 15 over par represent the Seventh Naval District Ike Lewis won his first tight py'
to i in the Tri-District Tourney cleanly outclassing his Jacksonville .
Radln way the final wax initial In the seven inning score I
iota hazardous. lie took two when Ken Werner walked, went to I Lt. Comdr T Murphy of Pen- I which will be held here soon. opponent but then lo.st a

traight sets from R. G. Forward, --. -- sacola was runnec-up\ with a 309 All persona interested in representing tough decision to ,Joe Id< 5-1 and 63. Playing: superb tennis ly trounced by the Pensacola and Joe f MacDonald, NAS 1917 NAS must submit their entries son of Jacksonville in the semifinals

all the way, the little Marine simply racketeer who piled up 22 point All-Service Golf Champ was third I to Jack Harvey at the golf Richardson caught I.Vilt
outclassed his gallant opponent to Jacksonville's seven with a 311 Fourth and fifth spots shack on or before 15 June. I with a left jab in the second round

No other team in the tourna- were won by E. Scott and, It. N. I Some of the entries are expectedto to open a slight cut which seemed

But though the station netmen ment could even garner one marker Thetl of NAS Jax with a :315 and% come from the following licit of I to hamper the NAS battler, Kicliardon -

looked very good in the NAS Jacksonville I so Pensacola and Jacksonvillewere J18 respectively. outstanding llnksmvn on! the took a unanimous decision>
championships, they did the only point earners' Pen Saturday afternoon, the local tion: T, Grego./ J, MacDonald ata-I Patterson will now ti"' l' i-\: >--

not fare so well in NATAC comp sacola attack was spearheadedby golfers will trawl to Tamp Le- Scott, W, Whulei,. R. N. ton, Moss where he will battle

*>'\f, >n ,it M mphis I list' week last year,. All-Navy champion I I leune N. t' where they will shoot R Faller, F J. Brush, W Gent.-r, i with other" regional champs, it-it"
Tnt' he I In, Hi* did snare second and he really looked the part I It (out with the f.....Jeune leather I M Graham 0 A 'lark R Jack white and colored, in an att "

> conjrs; out they were sound In the NATA championships, I neck I Ir son A Berg and O M Clark f to take the national title,

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lIE By Dan lanuzzi '

If you're a swimmer and want to make sure the station

has a swimming team this season, now is the time to do some

thing about it. "All Navy personnel," says Lt. Paul J.

King, swim coach, "who are interested in competing on the

station tank! outfit should sign up as soon as possible."
.' tth' In response to a flood of requests, a regular schedule of
$ all NAS sports events will be incorporated in the Runway

A w pt l .4 lei ', o f sly y each week Today, the NAS Jax Flier baseball team will play

:1s host to the Jacksonville Terminal nine on Mason Field at
iiI: ';.% t.. .:+ .f'' ._:.:.r ..., .;A" .t ..t' ..."...r.dRWjl .cwm: .:wKn... .,i, 'MV',bR..w.awviNwas..;, .'; .,,;:..I';'! I
1600. The NAS WA\ KS softball t team will take on Southern

(KHENTLY I.KADINO THE Jacksonville Recreation Department Glils Softball League and Bell Traffic team tonight in lax, the Invitational Skeet Shootis
slate of 10-0. the NAS WAVE aoftball to be of the beet
boasting a season team promises one ever to
sport the spangles of NAS Jacksonville In practically clinching the first half of the in-town loop, the being held at the NAS range all day today, and on the

local girls have scored a total
girls are left to right, front row Helen Pachter, Jennie Peacock, Winnie Jones Skipper Moser. Midge ]local baseball nine travels Memphis: for games this Saturday

Bryant; second row. Chief Pete Gushanas coach Dottie Zeeland.: Mlrla Sheehy, Laddie Vladeff, Her- I and Sunday, while the NAS Jax Tigeis meet the Jax
mania Rump, Ruth LaVeie Fran Free Butch Glover and Lindy Lindgrehn the manager. Two other :
Hawks on Mason Field Saturday and Sunday at 1600.
members, Ellen Mt'slIer and Margaret Jonett. were not present' when the picture was taken. *
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The NAS Varsity .softballers' dropped their fifth straight!

Season Closes Next Week game Monday in as many starts. Coach Bomfa is in need ofa

few conscientious twirlers and some reliable infielders. Just

how dire Bomfa's needs are can be shown in the number of

miscues there were in the Saturday night twin bill. One

For Intra-Mural Softballllla2.ing moundsman saw his team boot 10 plays in seven innings, andin

the night cap the Fliers fumbled five times.
its way to a red-hot

finish, the 1918 Jntra-Mural Six Teams Purl In the Jacksonville Recreation Department Softball

Softball League will wind up Taking League in town, the Civilian NAS Supply Team copped the

first-round pennant with a 7-1 slate
one of the most successful) In Skeet Shoot TodayAn *

reasons in station history next i Johnny Sheffield, brilliant southpaw and mainstay of

Wednesday afternoon. Climaxing invitational skeet shoot '. $- the 1J)47) Flier baseball team who is now at Corpus Christi,

a campaign that has for Naval Air Training Athletic i 'A turned his old teammates back, 8-.">, last Sunday. Sheffield]

] Conference activities was ". twirled against Jim Daley, current leading Flier pitcher, hutSheffieW'
with thrills and
been )
packed scheduled to get underway "
.-: teammates chased Daley to the showers in the
upsets, the three winners of early this morning with six if \ > fourth "Ace" Woolbright took over on the mound and he,

tack loop enter the Shaunes- teams battling it out for first :. too, couldn't match the ex-Flier.

place honors. The tournament J 1 a w
the following
t>ey play-offs
week, with the victors competing is scheduled to run until '" ;' "I, ;S(, According to a report this department received, a groupof

in a station "Little ,I approximately 1500! tomorrow 14 chiefs went on a deep-sea fishing trip with Chaplain.

World Series." afternoon when the winning _..... t{. 1 James :M. Coyle over the week-end and came back with three

trophies will be presented. tubs of fish ready for the frying pan. It seems like all you
the three .
In the Gold League, I|I Six teams had already enteredthe .g .
', Izaak Walton's the station should wait until the
choice spots in the pennant race Invitational shoot by Tues- other on
)lave been hotly contested' with I I IJNARTU day afternoon, Including a Jax- Chaplain plans another fishing party if you want to make
holding the top lung almost Navy entry NAS Jacksonville some "reel" catches ,
all season The CPO Club Whiting Field. Saufley Field o .

and combine the are Ordnance the teams and to Gunner watch ,'NATTC Memphis, and NAS Pen- 4 The All-Navy (;golf finals will be held on !."> August this
sacola. In addition to
tourney competition -
if any Gold League upsets ate in the Jax-Navy squad will 1 year at San Fiancisco. Twelve golfers will be selected from

the offing. I match Ihots1th a Tyndall Fieldquintet the low scorers" of the AH-Navy golf tourney to compete

The Blue League battle has been in a separate match. against teams representing the Air Force and Army in the

closer since the Marines Wf'reJp the- According to shoot officials. Inter-Service golf; tournament to be conducted on 2.;), 26 and
of weeks by
wt Hospital a couple club. But the ago leathernecks ', T>ndall Field will shoot at the 27 August in the San Francisco: Bar Monterey. PeninsulaArea.
same time as the other squads
have clung to the top of theht'sJI .
but its score will only be compared : -
and Hospital -:
with the Dispensary (
to the Jax-Navy team
neck and neck in the ,
running which in turn, will be fighting two
second spot. These three teams 1a M +:aTt Station WAVES Win Tenth
battles at the same time.
I will swing at each othern
Following the two-day competi- ;
the play-off! a week fiomJv.omlay
tion the trophies will be awardedto Straight Game Last Week
the winning and tunner-up ,,< ,
week of is expected -
This coming play teams. Each member of the two I I .
.. --
II to outshine past performances winning squads will be presentedwith I i I Led by Ruth LaVeie who gave -
in the Intra-muial) race On Bryant made two spectacularplays
individual trophies as will the g hit in notching her
i Monday, in the Blue League highlight up only one far to her rightto
by racing
high-gun man and the second I 1948 the
: eighth win of the season
will into battle .
I the Marines go Prie In ToHaj's Shoot scoop up two hard-hit ground
high-gun man.
softball team ham
against the Hospital nine toeek back of second base, and
I I The championship trophy can ------ 10-0 win balls in
decisive over
! revenge for the last time they change hands at any time. Any champion, the trophy will" auto- Viola mered John out a models at the Brent- Jones, catching behind the plate

I jnet.contests The for remaining the season Blue will League put one of the competing squads Is en- matically go to them.In !i wood Softball Diamond last Thursda.y for the first time turned in a brilliant -
Para-Loft against Dispensary, and titled to challenge: the possessors the current ,tournament. 250 night. It was the tenth uc'cessive performance.
I the Dispensary must win in order and. if the challengers. top the rounds.will be fired by each man. I' win of the season for the In addition, Gushanas' hopes
I ---- --- -- --- were bolstered even more by the
and mathematically
tc leach the play-offs.) IATU VII undefeated WAVES ,
,: Tuesday: I the local girls at play of Helen Pachter and Dottie
Unit and A&R vs VU On : gave
I Tuesday the Gold League will fea- j'j'I blu league I Finkelstein Tourneyhonors ; ;; least a tie in the first half of Zeeland, who are playing their
TEAM: WON IX>ST first of softball. Both
season )
tore NARTU In a battle with Ordnance Marine . ... t Copped By Two the in-town league.
and Gunnery NATS vs the 1 Hospital 9 2DMenimy And, if the gals-in-blue can top gills are beginning to round into
CPO Club, and Inspection 'VI ;, F Jl'Frsfl Air Station GolfersLanky the Southern Belle nine at HI ent- form and are now turning in stellar -
in the field sadat
NAMTD. 7 I Joe MacDonald vAS wood tonight at 2000, they will automatically performance!
In the Gold League last Tuee- I Pa r ; ::: :::: ::::::::.7: 8 links .<+, came from behind W. notch the first halt bat.
\'U . .. . .. .2 8
day. NAMTD tripped the strong lAft : 1 9 G. hitler to win" the "" crown for the first tim in the long When league play is over the
Cl'O combo, 8-4, NARTU, the current stein Golf Tourney at the Brent- history of NAS. NAS nine is elated to take a fi\e-
league leaders, trimmed Inspection GOLD LEAGUE Mvod" link Sunday. It na t an Last week's clash was an easy day trip to Washington, D. C.,
and NATS won a 7-0 for. I Gold' League "AII-N.,'"" final' ** Max-Don- for Coach Pete Gushanu'chargt's. where it will tangle with WAVES
. . . one
from and Norfolk and
On Thurs- Washington
felt game from Supply i:CIO Club . . . A -1Oidnunce aid and IV liUler are' both member The only safety the Models a
.day, NATS edged' out Ordnance|I and Gunner) S 3 of (the NAS golf team.: could garner from Ruth La- engage in a series with a Washington -
II-S, NARTU had a fPllon' 5 4NAMTU City League team.
and Gunnery In f> MacDonald' trailed tthlsler at Vere's slants was a fly ball which
: : : : : : 3
close duel With the Cl'O Club butt' supily 2 5 7 the end .f (the lint IS hole of Mlnla Sheehey lost In the glare I

came out on top. 10-P. Supply ".:A' . 2 7 the S6-hQle l match, but he neat of the lights. Meanwhile, the Hobie Baker, a Princeton Im-
felted to NAMTD and InspectionUiew on to take the remaining ISl
WAVES wen having a field day. mortal, never played a profession.
a bM-. The Grand Old Man of Football win, 4 and S. Butch Glover Jennie Peacock, II hockey game in his life yet Is

1VednQday afternoon In the Blue ), Amos Alonzo Stagg, was : In getting to the (final., the Fran Free and Herm Rump paced one of the chatter members of the
League race, Dispensary dropped) 1 such a hot baseball pitcher in i iC.lltgt' NAS Ud. had t. whip home of the attack, all collecting two safeties hockey hall of fame.
tbe Flag: Unit for a 11-3 count ( that MX! National League Jackfcontllle'B b*..t. UliUler ad- the distance. .
A-tR drubbed IATU, 13-3. Ho. pl-| teams tiled to sign/ him. ,aaced Into the lat round witha over seven inning .
Hermanla Rump's pair of Singlesincluded All footballs In college
tat won an easy one from Pata- one up victory .u.r K. L. MoCullerfc games
Loft 9-2, and the Marines' walked I A G."-'tal'.o/tl/ woman, Mrs.! For- on Saturday, Hhll Mao a screaming line drive must be inflated to a pressure of
over vt'. 1::-3; for their. ninth win rest HUll tight j holds the woild's DonaM' heat NUk ..,.-, 3 and I homer down the left-field line. I not less: than twelve and a half
of the M' ar+on. tjottng if" 'onl for women Silvers Midge Bryant and Margaret I pounds and:! ne more than thirteen
League mendings as ut 1200 Jones stole the fielding honors and a half pounds.


Eight JAX AIR NEWS 10 June 1948

. MAKES"" '.,:''"\'''' SUBMERGED,., .Of. .. .,.$........., ,...,CROSSING....., <\oo ,' .,."f>.. \., .:.. ..lilll.' t.t, >, ". I II' I Navy Men Make Best
AFPS ;" ; Husbands Mrs. Albert I I

I jf I j

.: Tells Navy WivesNavy P1AIN5IUE 1 1jAP1U5JNTS

: ( men make ,me of the 1tI
t. best husbanft .and fathers 'H
:: 1 America, Mrs. Francis Lee Albert, L\\

.> wife of the district chaplain, de-
clared last Thursday at the Navy
Wives Club meeting; She said
1y' that the periodic separation from
their families gives Navy men I >
more appreciation for home life I. ;
has.than the average male citizen I :

"You will never be sorry that I .I
your husband is in the Navy," the I
speaker told club members. She
cited the complete hospital care MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
for dependents, chapels, and the I

excellent schooling provided for Movie: kday.-17S0 and 3000; wk- Itd'l--USO: Mid 2000. .
children outside the continental
limits of the United States and
"SILENT CONFLICT", with William (Hopalong Cassidy) Boyd
stated that the Navy life is no han- FRIDAY

dicap in raising children because CREW'S DANCE, Station Band Starts at 2030.
they learn so much geography, SATURDAY

language, history and economics KIDDIE SHOW at 1330. "STRAWBERRY ROAN", with Gen
from in the .
actually being places Autry. Feature "T-MEN", starring: Dennis O'Keefe.
that most children merely read
., ,about. "T-MEN", starring Dennis O'Keefe It
THE U. S, SUn IAJU E Trumpet Fish arriving at Portsmouth, Mrs. Albert reminded her list- MONDAY
England. after a submerged crossing from Portsmouth N H. eners that Navy wives can follow "FIGHTING FATHER DUNNE", featuring Pat O'Brien.
I The Trumpet Fish made the trip in 12 days using the new Schnorkel .their husbands with no expenseto TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
breathing dEvICEShortly after making the unusual voyage, the sub- themselves for transportationand "ANNA KARENINA", starring Vivian Leigh.
marine joined British undersea craft in special maneuvers. remarked that they would
never have to worry about their
quished.Pete I husbands losing their jobs.
Bad Luck I Kellner, back in the line Mrs. Albert came from a small ( open to enlisted personnel and dependents- a* well M offlwra.)
up for the first time in months, Iowa town, and she said that she Shows start at 2000.(
(Continue from Page 6)) I Dick Newport, and Ken Wernerled didn't know "port from starboard" THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
in the final game of a two-game the Flier batting attack. Newport when she started traveling with ; "W"WALLFLOWER" Robert Huttou.SATURDAY .
series by smashing out an overwhelming I garnered three hits, and Kell- her husband. She even sent him an
18-4 victory. Tony Ge- ner and Werner two each. Army sweater as a present whenhe "STRAWBERRY ROAN", starring Gen Autry
sell started for the locals only to went into the Navy as the SUNDAY
scored in the
Quantico once second
to relief twirler in the I "THE COUNTERFEITERS", with J. Sutton.
give way a youngest chaplain in World War I.
once in the third six times in i
.. I
Reminiscing on the thirty i
|! the fifth and four times in the
The Marines had field day, starring Denis O'KeefeWEDNESDAY.
a rap- eighth. The Fliers tallied once in I years she and her husband have f
out four round-trippers, three ,
ping the first, twice in the sixth, and spent living in foreign ports and
doubles, a triple, and eleven singles'I four times in the seventh. I tiny Pacific islands, Mrs. Albert "FIGHTING FATHER DUNNE", featuring Pat O'Btien.
during the nine-inning route. i I I confided, "It was a good life
Meanwhile Joe Volk and Bill Bra- :i OTHER EVENTS
and I wouldn't change any part of
zy of the Marines limited the Fliers :j i BEAUTY QUEENCAROLYN I it."

to three safeties. ... BINGO l'AJlTY-Every Thursday at 2000 at Navy Wives Clubhouse
The Fliers' only big moment in Dewey Park.
Came in the seventh inning when Public Relations BOXING-For information regarding workouts, contact Physical
two walks, a hit batter, and an Training, extension 593.
error gave them two runs. They Theme Of Lectures MAIN SlUE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
scored an additional tally in the I the South wing of Building No. 95i, Is open to NAS personnel and
third and another in the ninth. their from 1000
Being courteous and helpful to guests to 2200 daily Available for wedding receptions -
Marino, 12; Flier, 7 those with whom we come in con- ': by arrangement with Weltare Officer. Combination radio-pho
Jim Russo of Quantico slappedout tact will do more for the Public nograph available for use of all hands.
three hits in five trips to the Relations aims of businesses and AUl'-Located on second deck: of Mainside Recreation Bulleting -
plate in the opening game of the s other organizations than all the 1 i No. 3. Open from 1200 to 2000 Monday through Friday. Saturdayand
series to lead his team to a 12-7 policy which could be written Dr.I I Sunday from 1300 to 1700
victory over the Jax nine. Jim Frank Goodwin of the Universityof SWll\I\IING-Outdoor Pool. Daily Monday through Friday-1000
Daley went all the way, giving up Florida told station officers to 1730. Saturday-1000 to 1800; Sunday-1215: to 1800.
13 hits to lose his first game of Tuesday evening at the Junior GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset dally. :Saturday: and Sun,
the season. Officers' Auditorium during his'' day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House Bathing
The Fliers connected for ten hits lecture on the "Egocentric Predic- trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
against Marine moundsman Jim ament." i 'iCIlOItAOt-Open"' daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
McDowell who also went the dis Dr. Goodwin, the principal cards and uniform of the day)I. 1730 to 2300. Located south of Masoa
tance. The Devildogs capitalized speaker of the evening, was preceded Field. Dancing every Wednesday night with the Air Station Band.
on four Flier miscues to jump Into by Lt. Noma Reid, NAS TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train.
a lead which they never relin- < Public Information Officer who ing Building No 726.
---. -- -- -- ; :'i: : ,: I the Wives
briefly on Public Relationshere NURSERY-Sponsored by Navy Club in Bldg. 1101.
Post 88 Holds Dances l ,.., Hours: Monday, Tuesday, and 0730 .
..,.. ."'. ':,',:"" .;< at NAS Jacksonville; Comdr. Wednesday-- to 1800; Thursday
: ::. : ;'?:'::, ,:..: ..,. .." John D. Shea, District Public In- and Friday-0730 to 2400; Saturday-0730 to 0100 Sunday morning
Every Saturday Night
:$k<$ h: ',"" formation Officer, who stressedthe i I Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents for each additionalchild
; Card-$8 for one child; $10 fbr two children; and $11 for three
World War II veterans of Post ANN DOUGHTY, necessity of keeping the public ;
this week that dances are being daughter of Chief and Mrs. B. informed of Navy activities; and or more children; Daily for working mothers)-$! from 0700 to

held every Saturday night from | M. Doughty of 1346B Randolph Comdr. F. J. Brush, NAS Execu- 1800.
88, American Legion, announced' Street, NAS, was named a jun- tive Officer, who introduced Dr. j I HOBBY SHOP-Located In Bldg. 913. Open dally from 1700 to
| 2100 and 1300 to 2100 on Saturdays. Closed Sundays. Facilities and
2100 to midnight at the post ior queen in the recent Baby Goodwin. |1 for all hobbies.
home Hendricks Avenue and La- Show held in the auditorium of The Florida professor enlivened' equipment
Salle Street on the Southside. Andrew Jackson High School. his speech with many everyday examples MODEL hours. AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 13, Bldg. 913. Regular Hobby
Music is by Bob Ramey and his Little Carolyn won a first place of good Public Relationsand Shop
orchestra. blue ribbon and a gold cup for then went on to point out 15, Bldg. 913. Regular Hobby
Elwood Bohannon, Building 164, I beauty. Chief Doughty is at- that it all simmers down to individual Shop .
ext. 3112 is senior SergeantAtArms tached to the Mainside Dispensary. personal contact with the rilOlOGRAPHY CLUB-Room 5, Bld(. 913. Meets at 1934
for Post 88 public.



SERVICE ma, above Lane Drug Store, one block west of Navy Bus Station.
( from Page 2) Free use of recreation room writing room, music room, check
Hueneme, Calif.Musician (SEA)-Nearly half the regular Navy room, and shower facilities. Light refreshments available at snack
(MUS)-NavScol, Musicians! Class A, bar. Open from 1030 to 2230. .,
officers on active duty today have had pre-
every Friday night at
Surveyor (SV3)-NavScol, Surveyors, Class A, vious enlisted service, tabulations show. 2000. Open to the public. Naval personnel cordially invited. 3521 St-
NavSools, Construction, CB Center NavSta Port Of 36,737 regular Navy officers now on Johns Avenue. Playing fee $.75. Telephone Remlinger 2-0013, for res-

Hueneme Calif.Aviation duty, 13,915 ((01' 46 per cent) have servedas ervations and information.
electronics technician (AT3))-AvU- HOSPITALITY CENTER for servicemen and
enlisted men. Not included in this figureare young people
Uon Electronics Technicians School Class A NA-
Union Congregational Church, 236 W Church Street (between Ho-
( TechTraCen, Memphis Tenn. those holding permanent commissions gan and Julia), every Saturday night, 2000 to 2300. Dancing, ping-
Air controlman (ACS)-Air Con trolmen School, before December 1941, or Reserve officers pong, table games, singing etc. _
Class NATechTraUnir, NAS. Olathe, Kan permanently commissioned in the regular

School Parachute Class A.rigger NAtrchTraUnit(PR3) Parachute, NAS Lakehurst Riggers, Navy who had previous enlisted service.It Local Chief

N. is expected that 320 regular and Reserve -

J.Hospital corpsmen (HIS'fa: ) vScol Hospital enlisted men will be appointed to the (Continued from Page 1)) I (Continued from Page 1)

Corps, Class A, N'avIIoip San Diego, Calif., orXavScol Naval Academy by the Secretary of the the Mainside Dispensary. drive over the top. The committee
Hospital Corps, Class A, Navllosp, Nav- Application forms may be obtained
particularly offered thanks to
will addition
Navy this year. These be in to
TraCen, Great Lakes, III. from the Public Information -
Dental technician (DT3))-NavDental Scol Nat- the 276 candidates recently selected from Officer, Box 1, NAS Jacksonville WAVES Ellen Messer, Shirley
NavMinlCVn) Kethesda, :Md., or Na\'Dental TechnlclansScol active duty enlisted personnel. Fla. "Skipper" Moser, Zona "Jackie"

NavTraCen, Great Lakes, III. Nail, and Margaret Peterson- and
--- --- ---
--- -
-- -- --
members of the Air Station Band
STALEMATE Shun-Tan who all contributed to the success .
. nEd Hughes SN
of the drive in the closing
days by touring the base and soliciting .
HOWL contribution
t BAYL n__ .. ,
( MEN "

ROOM --. -,:' I
f M } Welfare is seeking the services -
of qualified 35mm movie
operators for assignment: at the
w station's movie theaters. En-
rro! listed personnel who have had
experience in the operation of
projection equipment of this
type should contact Lt (jg)
John Wouters at the Welfare
M l Office, Recreation Bldg. No 3,
ext 493Page .