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Vol 6-No. 12 ,, Ol'LLULLI UJJUJJLLliJLLLU 17 June 1948


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

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UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
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. Cancer Fund Campaign HereTo _Run Through 30 June .


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' (' Yard Office Now I I FAREWELL PARTY

., Issuing Chaplain BoyerIs

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' New Station Auto Passes '
Chairman Ot

,. Issuance of new privately-owned automobile gate passes
'-': began yesterday at the Yard Office. Cr

t The new passes are in the form of windshield stickers, New NAS DriveThe

...4t. and all vehicles belonging to officers, enlisted personnel, I b e%% e' I

and civilian employees must bear the new-type passes for

admittance to the station after 1 August when distribution American Cancer So-

I will have been completed.A : ciety's appeal for funds at
schedule of issuance has been -- --- ---
N AS overlooked during the
established by the office to eliminate ,
confusion and time wasted t New Ship's ServiceMerchandise recent Navy Relief campaign,

standing in line. Officers have until will get its full share of attention

25 June to procure their passes, Store during the coming;
' I I chief petty officers and enlisted
i' personnel 1 may obtain theirs between Will Open 28 JuneA weeks, it was announced last

i 28 June and 2 July, civilians! Friday following a meeting of
have been allotted the from I heads with
[l period new modern Ships Service 3r department Chaplain
' p 5 to 16 July and from 19 to 30'I merchandise store will open in A. C. Boyer drive chairman

t", July .stragglers will be accommodated the old Post Office Building on in the Conference Room

Monday, 28 June, it was announced -
:Main:
of the Administration
All :
military personnel must possess -
yesterday by Lt, R W. Breault,
z public liability and property Ship's Service Officer. Muilding
' damage insurance on their automobiles I
central- Originally scheduled to close on
With all departments
in to
order receive
1 admittance -
I ized on one floor, the new storeis t.) May the Cancer drive will now
stickers. Insurance coverageIs expected to be the answer topatrons' t un through 30 June, Everyone will
not mandatory for civilian em-
z be given' an opportunity to con-
Included
t<
ployees, but those who can not prayers. among
tribute voluntarily, and emphasis
. furnish other innovations will be a teletype -
that
proof their cars are
handle will be placed not on the amount
office to telegrams
insured will be issued a RED pass 1 .
-- of the contribution but on the
of the same design issued to mili- and a check-cteslung window. ( .u s-- : ,
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tit HERBERT DUCKWORTH, sporting a hug. set percentage of participation.In
The store will boast I .
tary personnel and employees with new a com-
ot Air Farce wings and a *K>-missinn/ Air For* e nish ,>n his whitetap most cases, department head
insurance. If, at a later date, civil- plete stock of apparel for children -
assists Captain H B Jones as the emcee hands a awavpresent
going;
as
are serving departmental
ians purchase insurance, they will as well as a fitting room for I rep-
to Mrs Duckworth the farewell filI'I' the
during party departing resentatives for the Cancer cam-
be issued new both male and female patrons of
passes. Officer and his wit last at the "0' Club. e
"
Commanding Friday will individual
paign They accept
. When reporting to the Yard the dry goods department. One "
The Captain's "Air Forc garb symbolizes his new assignment as contributions from both
, militaryand
ti Office to obtain the new passes, Ipersonnt'l | counter will be equipped with a
Chief of the Naval Advisory Group at the Air Forces University, civilian personnel In their
complete stock of photographic
should
their
bring along I
I' I Maxwell Field Montgomery, Ala. units till 30 June and
titles or registration certificates, equipment and the center of the _______ _____ _n up noon on
driver's license, and proof of insurance store will feature a huge Jewelry then will make their reports and
coverage if any. i island. At the south entrance will turn in the money they have col-

,, The new stickers must be affixed be a magazine and tobacco coun- Apprentice Trainees Complete lected to Chaplain Boyer."I .
to the lower right hand corner ter, and on the north side will be realize that NAS personnelhave
benches and refreshment machines. been asked many times this
of the windshield.
,; I Moving of the merchandise storeto First Year Of Program Here year to open their pocketbooksand
wallets of charitable
- in support -
4,, C'llAPKL; SUMMER SCIIKDULK its new location will permit "
: causes, the Chaplain said
' The summer schedule of Sunday expansion of all departments, Lt.
Another milestone in the long history of specialized yesterday in discussing this new
? Masses at St. Edward's Cath- Breault said. It ,will also result in I
F NAS reached this month when the fund-raising drive here. "But just
at
training first
;'\I' olic Chapel went into effect last increased economy and efficiency was .
I the I know all want t
I same we >
,-it week For the next four months, of operation.. Ship's Service ot- class of apprentice trainees here completed its first year I! (Continued on Page 4)

\\i_ ... only two Masses will be held on.lJ fices have already been moved from 'of classroom work and trade training under the Apprentice ,
j( Sundays instead of three The Bldg. 930 to space in the recently
:Section> of the avy's'ork Improvement Program
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"i&; hours tor these Mass are 0700 acquired building. Telephone exten- I WAVES CongratulatedOn
JJ;: And Og: (0. sions remain the same. I Forms certifying i completion of this first year are being i
given to the 62 trainees in Permanent Status

. bly and Repair and the 10 Assem-I 1
ln Works by supervisors under Congratulation to WAVES
whose guidance they have been ser\lng, in the U. S. Navy on

' receiving( trade instruction. I their new status tame this
week from John L. Sullivan,
During the past the :
I'' year apptentiLts : Secretary of the Navy, follow-
: followed a schedule I
ing an announcement that President -
which provided for three weeks of I
:j shop, work followed by a week of Truman had signed anAct
,, of Congress on 12 June git-!
(lassioom study covering such !
I ing J permanent status to female
;.uhjeitas mathematics, science. j
; personnel In the armed forces
tiade r theory, blue-print reading,
of the United :States.
ni. i hamcal drawing, English, U.
S history, and civics, under thesupervision I | "1 consider this legislation a
distinct contribution to national
of J. R. Dorman,
ap-I defense," the SetNav said "It
prentice training supervisor.
tii1 makes possible the continuationof
structors\ selected from various
I the invaluable service which
departments of A&R and PublicWorks
women of the Navy and Marine
t classes conduct in these regularly subjects.scheduled I Corp contributed during the

war ears.
For their second year of study, )
-I' "The Chief of Naval
Operations -
t the students will concentrate on''
and t Commandant of the
mote advanced phases of these
I Marine Corps in wel-
' join me
academic subjects. In the shops
.s I I"I coming to the regular service
having acquired a knowledge of I II
the women veterans of the
the fundamentals of their chosen
II III
I Marine
aand Corps Rei.erve -
trades, they will now devote their "
I I he ('ondiHlffi.L. .
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COMPLETE FIRST YEAR OF TRAINING

:f/. IU\AL COUNTY SCHOOL CHILDREN aren't the

, But

:t'rr'' at least their school days are over until next tall That's
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:; ; not the case, however, for the 70-odd students enrolled ; f 1 a z

,...,:t,i in the Station's Apprentice Training Program who have

:,' been receiving certificates showing successful completion

:".. 'J of their first year's training. They will begin their second

year immediately. Scenes like the ones pictured here have

been repeated many times this past month as the students

wound up their year's work in school and trade training.In ; : t :! IY

the photo above Leonard W. Reese, foreman of the

process Division, is presenting certificates to seven of

A&R's 62 apprentices while Lt. Thomas S. McKee, Divi-

sion Officer, looks on. The aprentices are left to right, W.

Cutts, R. F. Mortimer, Jr., H. W. Wells Jr., E. G. Eck-

ford, G. C. Harden, L. S. Vickers, and M. D. Morgan. Right,

F. H. McKinley, acting foreman of Public Works, congratulates -

Y'j+. j A. C. Seldon after presenting him with his certinf' -

..i f' cate. Other apprentices in the front row awaiting their

turn are T II. Gilbert, R. T. Rondeau, and F. T Johnson.In .

the back row, supervisors C. C. Flanders, 0. A. Foura-

ker, and C. J. Tebbe look on




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Editorial Office
South Wing, Lower Deck, Bid p. 930 II lay on the sands

Telephone txt'n-.lon-8Ut: By the ocean side .
Arthur M. l;reeve. Editor L
In the cool embraceOf
Die JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the I _
U. S. Naval Air Station. Jacksonville Florida, and the circling tide;
printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat lie came he saw,
no expense to the government and in compliancewith But conquered not
SecNav Circular Letter 4 -1918 dated 12 December K I
For he somehow reached
1945. Copies are distributed free of charge '
fit the Naval Air Station,, the Naval Air Reserve Where she was not ;
Training Unit, the Headquarters of the Naval And in the moment
Air Advanced Training Command Headquarter of Most\ sublime
the Seventh Naval District Naval Auxiliary Air
Station Cecil Field and the U. S. Naval Hospital. I left lip printsOn
the sands of time
CaptAin Herbert S. Duokwoith. L'SN Commanding
Jacksonville Naval Air Station -M. McDermon.

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Captain I C. M. Schaar, Captain' F. W. Pilestman,
U. S. Naval Hospital Naval Air Resere I
Training Unit AFPS
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U. Col. T. C. Moor Jr.: Lt. Col. Robert A, Black : IN KKC1KJM11ON of their efforts toward-the; Allied cause i m I
USMC. Commanding Commanding Marine All I II
Marine Barracks Detachment NARTU I "'orld'ar II the Belgium Government recently decorated Admit'a I
Richard: L Edwards t left I who received the Plaque de Guerre: Ad
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Ships' EditorialAssociation miral Chester W Nimitz and Gen. H H Arnold, each of whom' I II Neu>s orvdVieios f rntntatian
and the Aimed Forces Pies Service Re- received the Grand Cross of the Order of the Crown. Belgium I
It jToductlon credit! line.of material Republication from of these other sources matter must exceptly : bear highest award and the Belgian Croix De Guerre with Palms. Decorations ; .
service publications Is prohibited without per misflcn were made by Belgium Consul General John Van Rid of Editor', JAX AIR I NEWS. at his home in San Francisco.
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Give To Fight CancerNAS i TELL 'EM NOTHINGInfantry : I I The sign of Christianity is a plus sign.

having already backed to the hilt I I Christianity represents something added,
I ( Journal Editorial) I something extra. To read Jesus' teachings is
such charitable drives as the American lied II
Cross, March of Dimes. Community Chest, The Mrong-back-and-weak-mlnd. policy\ of trainingthe American I to notice how often he emphasized that

and Navy Relief, is now being asked to focus soldier, the treat-'em-rough-and-tell-'em-nothlng njstem, In a I morality is a "plus" morality. ""'hat do ye
blind and dangerous conception. In a century when psychological, : more ?" he asked.
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American
its energies on a new cause the warfare IK constantly employed against the American people.
Cancer Society which is conducting a fund I i I! This means that when a person says :

campaign here through 30 June. I I Troop Information and education not of a defensive type but j i 11 live as good a life as anyone else, I work
I of a kind that Is centered upon what It means to be an American, ix
hard and of
j stay out debt I go to church,
Although personnel here have repeatedlydug
an utter nece'M"y; In these time*' In active wartime there I Is at least 1
down deep to put these other drives a general knowledge that we are fighting a war. though World War I and I'm loyal to one wife (implying that he

over, they are again being urged to con- H surveys showed over and over that amarlngly few Americans in S is a Christian because he is as good as his

tribute generously in the fight against Can- MTV Ice knew what the war was about.In I neighbor) he is off the track. For, if Jesus

: i was right being a Christian does not mean
cer. ,
such time as today' when no .nt'In'dlrt'l.'I".' Its bullets and
Few persons realize that during World bombs against us but we are daily subject from without and withinto !t being as good as the next man. It means
hostile words and ideas It Is likewise true that a large part of going 1 beyond conventional goodness and
War II, which cost the people of this country -
those. eligible for service do not know the score. The school system", commonly accepted standards of morality.
of
$317,000,000,000 a total 287.000 lives of the nation simply does not furnish a clear understanding of 'to-
The Christian life is not an ordinary life
were lost. But during this same period, 607- daj's primary problems It is particularly weak In realistic emphasis Christian'mor
000 Americans died of Cancer-with only on the dut) of a citizen Indicated in the national defense-his part but an extraordinary life. -
$2,000,000 spent for Cancer research. In that defense as clearly Indicated In the American Constitution. ality is morality with a plus."Whosoever .
Nor doe our educatloal system appear to explain in any convincing I
would compel thee to with
Funds raised by the nation-wide campaignwill manner the deadly risk of weakness combined with a greater go
be used for research under the direc- national wealth than any' other nation knows.It I him one mile What then ? Are we to

tion of the nation's leading scientists. The I go with him that one mile-do what is reQuired -
I was widespread' lack of understanding, both on the
prewar and what is expected ? "No", says
is finda
Society constantly being pressed to of and the
part troops on part of commanders that first imjM-lled "
I Jesus "go with him two miles. What aboutour
cure for Cancer one of mankind's greatest the high authorities to bring the Arm "'5 Troop Information and
scourges. Some of the funds will also be Education system Into being. The OHIO (er-the-hill-ln-October) dealings with other people ? Average

spent to provide information to many com- protest which arose among certain units In the summer before morality says: love those who love you-
1'earl Harbor had no other cause than ignorance of the existing"
your own class, your own family, your own
munities for the and
prevention, diagnosis, threat. of Commanders I
conquest. In turn lacked reall/atlon of what
treatment of the dreaded disease.No their troops knew and did not know, of what they were-thinking- I friends, your own kind of people. Jesus

one is safe from Cancer! You and doubtless believed for 'the moot part that a high !state of morale : said : suppose you do all this suppose you
yourfelf existed In their units. ,'salute your brethren only ? What do ye
) loved be victim of this ,
or a one can a "
I more ? A plus is required.
. inhuman killer. Help find a cure for it by Tht'reollld have been no state of protest, If the men of those-. I
units had \\t'lllnfnrmt'd of the state of the world and the dangers : I The world does not need conventional
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giving; now that existed" for the United Males. A proper * information would have made the very Idea of such a protest seem I ,
harmful to ..h.rnwd Forces and the country. and it is not enough. Clod requires more-
God requires that plus in loyalty and devotion -

I Letters To The Editor I Troop information and Kducation:, soon followed as a necessityand I To be sure drunkenness} and intemperance
has continued to the
time.
present Developed by the A rim', its
service has long since been made available to the Navv' and theAir are wrong. But so also is an intemperate -
Force at the behest of the highest leaders in both. Its program, : and unbridled tongue. So also are gossip
Dear Editor: I I often examined by civilian groups and activities. of many different j I I and malicious slander To be sure, promiscuous -

Just a suggestion from one who likes to types and political beliefs, has won the admiration of all except theestreniists sex conduct is wrong. A man should be

see\ everyone comfortable. I have noticed ; its value of is the the right fact and that left.Troop One I of X K the: has most been convincing rewateillj| signsof attacked I i I loyal to his own wife. Hut it i is equally wrong

o great number of mothers-to-be who have bv the principal Communist organs and immoral for a husband to be a tyrrant in

to stand and stand at the bus stop in frontof I his own home, to treat his wife as sort of
It is! hard to believe that serious questions, could arise, either in
the cold storage plant on Yorktown Ave- kitchen
a drudge and maid-of-all-work, to
the Armed :Braises: or In Cong res"*, of the vital need for 1 & K, I
nue while waiting for a bus. It seems to me particularly In view of peacetime Selective Servile and I'.MT. I deny to his children their basic rights as human -

that a bench, at least, could be placed there The reasons for these unprecedented preparations will unquestionably I : beings. To be sure it is wrong and

for their comfort. Why not a covered bus not be clear to a large part of those, directly affected. Int.UT immoral to throw away money in gambling

stop for them when it rains and when the I : especially. the time devoted 'to information programs should I ; and riotous living. But everytime 1 go into
he doubled, with two hours a week as the minimum. It has beend
sun blazes down as it has these last few I that a man with a dub who "knows what he I Is fighting for Is a I an eating place and see food wasted and .'.

days? II better "soldier" than a man with a gun who doesn'that we want thrown away, I can't help but feel that that
I would like to see that something is is an Armj*-and( an Air Force and a Navy-of IHt'1lht) knowniosl I also is immoral in a world like ours today.
clearly why they are serving In uniform. what their '
(count
done for them. Being a father, I know justa stands for. and how' Its peace and well-being are being threatened. ) I Christian morality does not mean "keeping
little of what they have to go through, I ----- -- -- up with the Joneses." It is a plus morality
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and it seems to me that we should all sec I .. Henry David Thoreau wrote that if a man

what we can do for their comfort. : does not keep pace with his companions perhaps -

A FA THEn. I it was because he heard a different

P. S. As you probably know, the Ship's drummer "Let him step to the music whichhe

Store Ashore (Commissary) is on the other hears however measured or far away."

'end of this building (No. 135)) and this is God, the distant drummer is sounding the

the nearest bus stop to it.EDITOl music to which we should be marching. And

. the beat of the drum comes to Os in the example -
'S NOTE : All patrons of the Commissary I
I of Jesus "What do ve more ?"
Store who do not have their own ': "

automobiles will appreciate this reader's. Chaplain \\ ilham R Stevenson.

suggestion. We hope someone picks up the

cue and provides a bench at this bus stop. 'i
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KIKE: PKKVENTION SATES: MONEY t

IN NAVY ....
At the Station (Impels, Birmingham Road and
(SEA-A fire-prevention program within MiiMIn Avenue

the Navy has been credited with saving more I ,i.

than a million and a half dollars during the I I'lit'st I O{&iO Worship service l'roll'.lantI Chaplain XV. R. Stevenson. -

three months of 1 1918. .

During the first quarter of 1917, $2,324-: : : AFPSKXIIIfUTlNG--- ,---- ---- _---, _._- I 104.: Central Worship ServiceChaplain A. C

050 in fire damage was recorded at mwal// FANTASTIC 1'OUKKS of flight and rapacity, 30- Sunday Coyer. School, Small Chapel.

installations. For the same perod this the Northrop Flying Wing slips by one of the most' noted heavyweights I''I'I '
the total dropped to 756873. This figure is'' of the past war, the B-17 Flying Fortress bomber. Testtd 0700 Xfa ( ..l hulks
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'.nU' :32: per cent of the 1947 loss. The number irf I over the Southern California deceit, the Air Force reports this : 0930; Mass! '
new link in expanding National Defense :wAn
capable of and
fires during this period in 1948 was 17 far exceeding the B-17 The Flying: Wing; weighs 100 range tons measures speed outdooi Nursery lot mall, children is maintained
Ifc less than the same period last year. 172 feet across and can make non-stop treks up to 10.000 miles. i I between O 'OO and 1200.
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: 'I'on.Tilt: s\\ \' Hospital Corps celebrates its (Corpsman Novar. (Top left i In the Dispensary's Laboratory -
i I 50th anniN'ei >ai :v The modern facilities and treatment '. yr Corpsman Ryan administers a blood test.
h OIL," ','d personnel and dependents now is a far >'/iv I Lower left I In one or" the Dispensary's wards, Bulla -
j from the sulphur and molasses and pills which wer.' I'd and Recipe check the conditions of patients Tay-
I about[ the only thing available to sick sailors of yes- or and Abshire under the supervision of Lt. Comdr.

teryear. Today, Navy medical care, in some instances, ......m ....n_ Webb ( Lower center) Here, Corpsman Grant, Mary
: id even more up-to-date than in civilian medical in- Pappas. and Chief Cooper check records in the Dis-

J' stitutions. Here are NAS corpsmen in action. Top( pensary's Record Office. (Lower right) Catanese and:

left I Chief Pharmacist R. H. Giles C. W. Treat, J, P 50tlt ANNIVERSARY Walker', two hospitalmen, assist Dr. Brannan at Sick
Call. (Bottom ) This fleet of ambulances and the jeep
\ Kitsch, and \\', F.
Rogers check supplies at the Dis spray car stand ready outside the Dispensary garagefor
[pensary. (Top center An EM is given an X-Ray by any emergency
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I I Navy Hospital Corps celebrate small number of patients each: responsible for routine surveys and I Around TheDispensary Hospital

its both anniversary today. day. But as the station grew, so I actual controls of infectious pests I
Organized in 1898, during the i did the Hospital until now, the
not only here at :VAS but also
J Spanish-American( War, the Corps Mainside Dispensary alone handles L ChatterHere's
! gradually progressed from its first 6,000 persons per month. I throughout the whole area; and the I
2d ) cot psmen until it hit an all- In addition to the annual physical -I laboratory which handles all tests the Pinochle Tournament
! time high of 137.000 men on active -, examinations for officers, | and examinations for the labor WELCOME ABOARD: A big you've been watching for. Reportto
duty during World War 11.I flight checkups for aviators, shots, i i board, conducts quarterly tests I 1 hello" to Rice, HMC, and Cook, the Red!: Cross Recreation Hallat
I I At present 14,748 corpsmen are on X-Rays, sick call the indoctrination -, for civilians engaged!: in paintingand HM1. We do hope that you both 1900, Monday. You can select
active duty. I of aviators in low pressure spraying, and conducts all will enjoy your tour of duty here. your own partners for the eve
The Corps has grown in reputation -I chambers and the teaching of the examinations for the NARTU of- What was the mix-up on your ning. Plenty of good competition
as well as manpower during I use of night vision, the Mainside ficers returning to active duty and watch, Cooper? around, so it's wise that you get
/ its half century of existence. Dispensary also boasts many unusual also the regular Navy pilots.A I We hear that you have all the all practiced up.
During the last war. less than departments. statement early this week by girls waiting on you hand and Miss Edith Ott goes on leave
three of every hundred treated For instance, there is the Epi- Rear Admiral Clifford A. Swanson foot, Bruster. What's the secretof this week for two weeks She
wounded men died. This low mortality demiology-48 Unit, the only one Surgeon General of the Navy, your attraction ? plans to go to Lake Weir near
has been attributed to the of its kind in the entire Southeast summed up the achievements of The following personnel are now Ocala. Well, Miss Ott, we're expecting -
efficiency of hospital corpsmen I which performs analysis of milk, the Hospital Corps when he said enjoying leave; Doughty, HMC, you to come back all relaxed -
NAS Jacksonville came into the water, and ice cream served to in honor of the anniversary, "In I I Bosarge, HMC T. Bryant, HMC, and rested. We'll be missing
Navy mt'dlcallimeUght in the winter naval activities by public vendors, peace and war, the Hospital Corps' Bragg, HM3, and Chalfant, HMC.Don't you.
of 1941 when the first groupof I sanitary inspections of. food-han- objective is to relieve human suffering I do anything we wouldn'tdo PATIENT OF THE WEEKIn -
corpsmen reported aboard. Consisting dling activities and water treatment Its record in 50 years shows I here! I I our search for the Patient ot:
the Malariology and that it has accomplished its mission Say, Ryan, "will you have time ,
of only a few units, the plants; the Week, we found none other
Hospital could only handle a'' Pest Control Department, which is ," I to A run well-beaten: this test"path? is being used I i than William J, Ferguson, SN.
better known around the
| between Chiefs Smith and Bryant Hospitalas
i to a particular office. What's the "Fergy"Ferguson
r scoop ? I comes from North
Very shortly we are going to Carolina and plans to return therein
lose our genial and eversmilingMiss six months. He has a few hob-
Web to Gtmo. Our loss is'' bys but the main one is cribbage
their gain. I which he is trying to master His

By the way, Betty, where is the sports include baseball, basketalland
wedding going to be held and others.
when? I "Fergy" is seen around the Red
9 !: How is our one-armed '' Cross office most anytime givingthe
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s Asbaugh ? Nicely, we mallman'l' recreation workers his moral
How well do you like support. Because of his good-na-
Y ing room, Johnny S. ? I tured, happy-go-lucky ways, he la
e K We certainly envy Mr. Giles, liked by everyone.One .

Chiefs Robertson, SUdham, Krisch I,' thing certain, our friendis .
and Rogers, HM2, in that air-con- no beach comber. He believesIn
ditioned store room. One can relax dressed and
really getting up
under those conditions, can't one ? giving the cute girls of Jax Beacha
.
treat. In fact, going to thebeach
is "Fergy's" favorite recreation,
Order Outlines and how he hates these week-end
; restrictions.

.. .If. Regulations For Well, "Fergy," here's hopingyou
don't get too sunburned this:

Get Navy Wings Station PoolsWith week-end!
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THIKTKKN MOKK student the soaring temperature board; no glass or bottles shall b*
pilots were designated as Naval sending personnel to the station's permitted on the pool deck or in ,
Aviators at ceremonies here last pools in droves to escape the heat, the pool area; no eating or smoking -
Thursday Seated in the front regulations governing their use is allowed on the pool deck;
row awaiting the presentationof were issued last week in Station and no one may enter the pool
the certificates are Lt. Order No. 25.43.According when it is secured.

liam K. Coker, Lt. (Ijg) wn-I to the Order, no per- In addition, the regulations: -
Randall Ens Walter M. strictly prohibit swimming or bathing -
son having any form of skin disease -
3 y. ra, .J r' and Midshipmen running ears, sore eyes, ve- in the St. Johns River adjacent -
:M. Hu-kell, Jr., Louis II. SIm- ,
nereal disease, or wearing adhesive -i to the station or in Ci< ti
monHugh C. Kuhlman, Ernest I tape or bandages shall enter Linda near the chapels.
K. TisiMot Jr Richmond D.
,
I
I a pool at any time; the uniform The new station order pointed
(Kenneth I
Hr.lIIn.'n. \V. Colman
I for all pools is swimming: trunksor out that the Commissioned Ofttcers' -
-J Stuart (C:, Madison, Jack \V, In- I
bathing suits, prior to enteringthe Mess Pool is for membersof
Lrani, Jr Robert R. Hensley, pool, each bather shall take : the Commissioned Officer's
i iC and John E. Laurence Jr.
a shower, using soap, in showers Mess, their guests, and families;
c $ Right >' Miss Dene Brodnax pins'n designated for that purpose; there that the enlisted men's pools behind '-
\ Mid, u, L.turpnct"s wings aft- shall be no running on the: pool I Ship's Service are for the
'h, two friends
:; i. ceremony' as deck or in the pool area; only one use of enlisted men, their guests/ ,
\ I
d.i
on man at a tune slMll bo ,)1a diving : and families; and that pools No.
\\'Hi1I I I boai<1 ail iii\ ini sh.tll he ,I iiaiyhtah 708 und 7l"> are for station offli -
i "%a .. ,".:a* ot the area 01:is>w ine (dring and their families or &gursf -




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Four CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS 17 June 1948jrersonnei

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1 an.Eli-i/X/ INSIDE 1 DISTRIBUTION OF RETIREMENT SYSTEM


I = ;f PUBLIC WORKS CERTIFICATES AT NAS BEGINS TODAY


-: = AROUND A&R Did you know that Jacksonville Distribution of Certificates of Membership in the United

and AdminisiratlJnby was once larger than Los An- States Civil .Service Retirement System to NAS employee ;;:.

Dot Dickson-Spurlock, those M I geles ? In 1870 Jacksonville had will get underway today, it was announced this week by the 9-}

flowers were given to me by Mrs. fee maker makes delicious coffee. 6,912 and Los Angeles :5,728 citi- Industrial Relations Department.

Martin. By the way, why don't That's it, Caroline, let your H. H. 1 zens; now it's about 230,000 for Bundles of Certificates with employees names printed
I ,
you name the people you talk (hunk of a husband) cook the Jacksonville and nearly 2,000,000for
about in your epic ? breakfast-you've got him trained .I L. A. That's cause Horace thereon, will be forwarded sometime today to .the various

.I wonder where Sandy gets her ] right from the start We Greeley said "Go West, young departments for delivery to the
ke cream from all the time ? It thought engineer Al Colby's "bea- man, go West," and they did. Did I Retirement System members with ,
Helen Hyder, formerly of Personnel plenty short, although he says: census shows that of the foreign ,, Membership in the System fo
is the proud mother of a "It got so long that I had to comb I born living in Florida, 7,985 were I governed by the type of appoint
baby girl.I it." This week we note a new "fur from England, 7,080 from Germany 1 ment, as only those persona who
just heard that Mrs. Websterof top" about 332nds'of an inch in I 5,138 from Italy-and the have retirement deductions taken
Planning was pushing someone'scar I lengtn. Does he go to see the Bar- balance from Georgia? Did you from their pay are! eligible for
the other day and didn't think ber of Seville ? Oh, Figaro, Figaro, know that Florida leads the U. S. benefit under the System. Temporary -
anyone saw her. Who was it, Su- Colby! Honestly, the sharp in producing four minerals, Item-'' employees are not included*
", e? wit conversation that goes on in ite, Zircon, Peat, and Phosphate and deductions for retirement are
I also heard that several peo- some cars going home from workis Rock; the total value of mineral :. TOMORROW NIGHT, Supply not made from their pay. However
ple in Planning (Time Section) worth publishing, says "Mad production in Florida during 1945 stages its first dance of the year, at the time these employees receive
were discussing a beauty contest House' Tracy. L. B.: "Look at all was 25 million dollars. (These i and it is sincerely hoped that as their probational appoint
for A&R and it got around to the the buggies here in Dewey Park!" facts are offered to fill in that I many Supplyers and their guestsas ment they will receive their Cer
shops. Well, let's have one as I'm E. T.: "The census taker spends lull while you are waiting for possible will be there. Remember tificates.
sure everyone is in favor of it. 60 per cent of his time here." A Congress to pass the Civil Service you can dress for the occasionor I The Certificates, listing obligations *
Lt. (jg) Sweat and Mr. Jarrard T.: "I wonder if he helps with pay-raise bill.) i come informally, just as you I benefits and privileges pro
are going to write a book entitled the amount of the c'nsusV.. F.: News this week is of the "spot" i'arietya |, choose. Tickets are on sale vided under the Civil Service Re ".
"The Best Doodler." This shouldbe I "If he does', he just has got no cen- \ bit here and bit there, throughout the department or you I tirement Act, will prove of value ,.
a best seller for the year. sus!!" By the way Reporter I I II as follows: can call 621 ask for your Sallies to the employees' family as well '..J
Mary Abersold is headed for the Spurlock of Planning, WHO was Walker Crevasse but two new reporter, and your tickets will be as to the employee, as information -
big city of New York this week- I that Big Wolf with ;you on the I clerks (replacements) in his Time \ supplied. The Beauty Contest will 1 is given in the Certificate as
end. Have a good time, Mary, and beach last Sunday whom Unit last week-Johnny Dykes, be run off about 9<45 P. M. and to the annuity benefits afforded
tell Bill hello for us. claimed was with your kid daugh-I Jr., and Al Park which made door prizes awarded about the enbeficiaries of employees who
Knglneerlng- Libby Bojett; ter? Whom do ;you think you are Walker very happy. Al, from 1 same time. There Is some talk of die during active service or after
-Okay, girls, here is how long or kidding? Washington, D. C., says--and read 1 entering the winner in the Miss retirement.
short the men want our skirts to I Accessories Uh'l..lonby Jerry this carefully, you Califormans ; Florida contest IF the winner Holders of the Certificates It
be. Charles Littlejohn: "They X.ttlt"'I--Last Friday evening a that hesp / t some time herewhile |I wants to and IF the Beach will was pointed out, should utilize the
should strike a happy medium, : group of Dave Lundin's friends in the Navy and liked it so '! permit so late an entry. Picturesof space provided and keep a recordof
and let 'em stay that way. About I Imtddleways. gathered at his home to cut downa well that he decided to return the contestants and prizes for their Federal Service. Such information -
." (Midleways:he says, II large oak tree. Erwin Carr, and here and work as a civilian. Ain't : the winners are displayed in the 1 may prove helpful many
Where's middleways ? . couldbe Smith meditated over it for sev- that nice ? The Public Works : lunchroom on 3rd deck of 110. I times during employment or after
above the kneee, too). Chief eral minutes. They decided to go Bowling Team is leading its SPEAKING OF CONTESTS, I separation from the service, it was
Schasser: "I'm not interested in fishing instead and ended up hav- league now To J. M. Sumter the Miss Jacksonville title was stated.
the length as much as in the per- ing a wiener roast. Sure was nice. goes a plush-lined back scratcherfor won by Bettye Lindquist last II
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son wearing them that's what However, the oak tree is still the best fish story of the year.J. week, and you, of course, know
lins, in South Area's 171, had cat
('ounts.Ve( know, we know). standing. M. Says he caught 19 fish on that Bettye was representing
fever recently. During a hot day
Nathan Barber: "I like 'em short 1 Charlie Carr sure grows a nice one hook at one time. 'Twas like WOBS. Bettye goes to the finals 1 last week Freddie removed his .
-three inches below the knee garden. His tomatoes are almostas th'--he cast his line and caught j this month at Jax Beach and
I shirt and laid it on a box where1 *
but you don't want an old married big as cantaloupes. Now his a fish, but when he pulled in the stands an excellent chance of tak-
man's opinion." Bashful Joe: I wife has a lot of canning to do. fish the hook was also caught on'a ing the Miss Florida crown, an 1 upon miss puss immediately made
Freddie turned the air
her home.
"I kind of like 'em long-about Charlie says: "They are corn fed, basket in which 18 more fish honor which may bring her the
i blue when he discovered it .
fight inches below the knee." (Evi- Bub." were swimming Henry Foster Miss America title in Atlantic
I Flora Funkenstein takes twoweeks'
dently Joe never measured girls' The poor folks In the Instru- says and swears it's true, that he City this year Jax Air News a
leave to visit here and at
legs as eight inches below the ment Shop have their air rationed caught a fish at Ft. George In-i last week carried a story abouta
beach with her children beginning
knee is at ankle length on a short to them. The air conditioningunit let with four legs, wings and skin civilian purchaser of three $1- the -
gal. Gay Ninety street sweepers!) is broken and they have to like a snake. Sounds like a disappointed 000 bonds here on the Station. | July first Betty LotzI
W Howard: "Er-up from-er- breathe the same air every day. politician. Sadie ;' Supply can boast second best, at I and Joyce Cowart plan a journeyto
down (censored) top." Mr. (There is not much left now). Britts is the envy of the Ad. Bldg.'1 least. A Supplyer, who requestedthat California immediately follow
Howard got all excited). Bill The main topic of conversationfor with her sun-tan Charlie' she remain unnamed, is pur- ing the guillotine The Blue
Early: "I believe in longer skirts the past few days goes some- Pate has a shirt so loud he has to 1 chasing two $1,000 bonds this Cross and Blue Shield Hospital
-the women can't run as fast!" I, thing like this: "Say, have you shout to be heard Frances'I week. Nope( she wasn't in the ization insurance has beat accept
(Now, Bill, who would run from heard anything about that raise?" Theus is an aunt as of layoff) A. W. Bennett of ed and all policies will be mailedto
you? ) I Woodie Erwin sure surprised her sis had a little boy sunday-I Stock Control is the department the members. The insurance
will be effective June loth, and
STUFF ABOUT FOLKS. Engi- I' everyone by selling his! beautiful nie Hecht is reported chairman of the Cancer Fund
neer Walt Morris is "batching" it "Dodge" to Guy Nix. That car was taken a dip Saturday night at Raising Drive, and Bennett advis- payments will be made as specie
fied at later date.
alone for a month. "'hat', cook- almost a part of Woodie. 11 p. m., which by gosh, proves I ed that he is distributing receipt a
In', Walt ? When he makes his I The men think it's about time to you can't get away with anything books to all division heads, who GOLF TOURNAMENT. Bill
own soup, he uses this formula: : let us gals know that June 20th here Helen Boring and Vir- I are considered as members of the Coby announces that charts have
100 c.c. potatoes, 8 ounces H2O, 1 is Father's Day. ginia Walpole are going to Maine committee. Voluntary contribu- been secured and he has mappedout
1 dram sodium chloride, 4 ounces I We want to let McCutchens and Saturday for a vacation Arthur 1 tions will then be accepted several flights for Supply'sGolf
celery, 50 grams carrots, and 10 II Washington know they are wel- Nelson, is vacationing in.. throughout the remainder of June Tournament. A qualifying
grains of pepper Speaking of come in the shop. Their job is as Mass. Lt. Busbee is on two and it is hoped that Supply will round of at least nine holes shouldbe
'ooklng-Carollne D. says the cof- I Important to the overhaul of an I weeks' leave and Captain Jones, go over the top Szar is to be played in the station golf
instrument as the mechanics' job. ';, on one week's leave. The Captajn highly commended for sweatingout I course before July first Anyone
I People in Shop 742 are very. said he intended to spend his vacation a "Well done!" for the load- 1 interested, military or civilian,
ApprenticeContinued I happy over their new chairs right here on the cool St. ing and unloading of the last LST. .: may enter by playing the qualifying
: especially after one of the old ones l Johns (Chamber of Commerce, i I He answered hundreds of ques- round and turning in the
( from Page 1)) collapsed with a supervisor in it. please note) E. L. Griffin, : tions and anticipated all his needs score card not later than July 1st
time to practical application of No damage, huh Decker? Sam Graham, and Ralph Mosley except one: Szar worked so hardon to Coby in Personnel. Among'oth-
these fundamentals.The We are glad to have Rutledgeand went fishing last week-end and the morning of the 11th that ers, the following individuals are
classroom work given in Driebelbis back with us. had an eventful time. Griff, endeavoring he split his pants and had to send expected to qualify for one of the
connection with the apprentice They have been attending collegefor to take a short cut backto home for replenishments of RFI flights: Jack Sharpe, Ray Forrest,
training program is recognized by the past few months Smart their cooking place, got lost stock to carry on The Woodsare Tom Forrest D. R. Whiddon, Billy
local educational authorities. On boys. and asked the direction of a''' not giving any stork market I Rountree, Walter Rodgers'!, Aub-

the basis of this instruction they i. Emelie and Meta visited last stranger fishing on the banks. quotations yet Freddie Col- rey Wilson, Frank Barnett, James
will issue high school diplomas week-end around the Suwannee After walking an hour in the direction __'___ ____ _u_ _____. ___ Turner, Carl Reiter, Frank Reiter,
from the Jacksonville School of River. Lots of fun, they say. I the stranger pointed out again misdirect Griff and fell in and Bob Robertson (hahahaha).
Technology to those who do not I I Ruth Grundman is much more I to him, Griff figured out that he j the river. It was then that Griff I It Is hoped that the officers who
already have them upon comple- pleased with her house than she i| was getting into unfamiliar coun- noted the man was inebriated.The golf will turn out also. There is
tion of the four-year course. 11 was with her two-room apartment. try and retraced his steps. As he moral here is to never believea still room for more, so comply
Now that the first class has I think she should have a part came back to his starting point, fisherman. And that's all for with the above instructions and
completed its initial year of training How about it, Ruth? the same stranger stood up to today. come on out.
plans formulatedfor --- --- --- -- ---- --
are being
A serious thought for today
the organization of a second : STRIP ACT NAVY STYLE And one that causes dismay, &
class of about 75 trainees.! No ..;dn ..., 'A. Is: What are the forces r
opening date has been set for this That bring little horses,
new group and applications will If all the horses say "Nay" ?
not be accepted until the date is i >
announced.' It was understood.
however that the present list of CancerContinued
trades open to trainees-aircraft

instrument mechanic, aircraft me- ( from Page 1))
chanic general aircraft mechanic have a share in licking and con.
motor, aircraft ordnance mechanic trolling this terrible killer which

automotive mechanic, aviation respects no age, race or sex. This
rnetalsrruth: carpenter, electrician, will only be possible if we give
machinist and sheetmetal worker our strongest support to the drive
-wl11 be! enlarged to include elee- so that sufficient funds will be
troplater and electronics mechan- available for Cancer research,

I ic. service, and education.
Both veterans and non-veterans
No quota has been set for the
a"e eligible to enroll in the program -
Air Station but it Is hoped that a
here. In addition to their
substantial amount will be raisedhere
regular pay, through a coopera-
L' the drive that thifactivity's
th c agreement between the Navy during so
Department and the Veteran Adrnintlltrat.lon outstanding reputationof
will be maintained
veteran apprf'ntict'smr.y generosity
& .
receive subsistence and other
benefits under the G. J. Bill of .
R...hfi. including books and toolS Legion Post Sponsors "\. :

0- Dance ...
Saturday Night
I'"CS'V"Ieet' : TomorouAl

Seminole Hotel Ann-man Legion Post'! No. 137,
The Federal Civil Service War located at San Juan Avenue and
Veterans will hold their biweeklvmeeting Lakeshore Boulevard, is sponsoring -
at 2030 tomororw nightIn M a dance Saturday night from
the Seminole Hotel. Reports are S1. 2100 to 0100 Sunday morning. Music -

f to be given on the blood bank and N.z | will be furnished by Jack Par-

nounced.on entertainment plans, it was an- ,-.__ ._. ,.e. ,. 4_ A -.u., A. ,.+(i+ .. ,:. will ker's be Orchestra awarded. and 'door prizes

War veterans employed' by Federal ONK OF TIIK FEW; REMAINING reminders of NATTC's long stay here is being removed by a Tickets will be available at the
agencies other than NAS have salvage crew from the NAS Assembly and Repair Department. Mechanics are stripping usable parts door or may be obtained from
been Invited to attend,, and Commander from aircraft used by NATTC students during their training here When all items of value han I members of the post Contact C. L.
Joe Goss has urged all) been removed, the planes will be taken to the Supply Department's Salvage Yard across the high I Gray at ext 755: A&R for further
members to be present way south of the Air Station where they will be melted down into aluminum ingot I Information or tickets.Page .



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MOSER HURLS NO-HIT NO-RUN
1' ?':( : I

R Yyw GAME AGAINST SOUTHERN BELL


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4 "Skipper" Moser WAVE star
athlete, entered NAS Jackson- "Belles" before the umpires call
I IL villf's mythical Hall of Fame last ed the game because of a league
week at the Brentwood Softball ruling which states that if any
twirled bril- one team is 10 runs ahead of its
Diamond when she a
opponent at the end of tour anda
.to lead
liant not-hit, no-run game
;; the local nine to an overwhelming half innings of play, the game
21-0 victory over the SouthernBell shall be stopped and the leaders
I Accounting squad. The win shall be named the winners.
': first At the plate, the WAVES were
the
automatically clinched
k:
.,
I half championship of the Jacksonville even more spectacular than in the
field. They slammed out seventeen
Girls' Softball League."Skip"
safeties, including two tremendous -
gave up three walks over
I: the five-inning route, and one opponent home runs by Jennie Peacock
a and Laddie Vladeff in notching
reached first base on an
their eleventh successive win
error by Fran Free WAVES
first baseman. With the exception against no defeats.
The WAVES will into action
of that lone miscue, the WAVES go
I played sterling ball giving the again this Saturday and Sunday
when they take on the Pensacola
winning hurler spectacular support -
WAVES at the Power Plant Dia...
mond. In two
previous meetingsthis
She fanned fourteen Southern
mnnn_, .... I season at Pensacola, the local -
"gals-in-blue" took two overwhelming
Jet Jobs At NAS victories, one by a 32-4
"" score and the other by a 23-2
'i* THE APPEARANCE of two i rA margin.
.
J
Jet-powered Phantom fightersat

NAS last week brought huge Navy AppropriationBill

crowds to the apron in front of for Fiscal '49

the hangar where they were Is Passed By House .

parked. Student pilots and Washington ?AFPS)-The Navy

ground crewmen alike swarmedover 16t uey.... appropriation bill for fiscal 1949,
the planes which stoppedAt calling for the expenditure of
$3,686,733.250, has been passedby
Jax on a cross-country flight.A the House.

novelty here, only one other I The measure carries approximately .
jet is believed to have landed at $500 million in excess of

NAS, that was when Lt. Comdr. the funds provided for in the current
fiscal although still
year
William Kelly set a new recordof .
$241 million below President Truman's
42 minutes from Jacksonvilleto top 1949 budget estimate.

Miami in January, 1947. The The bill includes an initial

Accompanying photos show butA amount for work on the new
65,000-ton carrier of the
small portion of the throngs super
Pw < flush deck type, as well as funds
which turned out to see th'e jet for conversion to fleet aircraft
L
Aircraft. carriers of other types of vessels
now building.
I .
the Personnel Officer"
1By Photo Club Schedules
NICE GOING!Chief Pharmacist -
Weekend I Dobson wishes to thank those Reorganization MeetingPlans
squadron members who donated for the reorganization oC
blood to his wife when she was the NAS Photo Club will be dis...
f Notes gravely ill. This column is happyto cussed at the weekly meeting tonight .
WincjTafk report that Mrs. Dobson is on at 1930 in the Matnside

room the road to recovery now. Chief Hobby Shop, it was announced by
. Dobson is in charge of the Health Midshipman J. S. Smith, president .
and Sanitation Department at I early this week.
1L Jacksonville Beach. That worthy Chief Walter \emlitelll All regular members as well as
IUARTU POEM: Schenley in the daytIme."Lippy" ,
newspaper, the Beach Reporter, at night, those wishing to join the club have
Dobson nice recently been urged to attend.
a spread
gave Makes the WAVES' day .__. _
(Notes from NARTU) not least, C. O. Dinkins, ADEC. in which his activities at the ------- -
Happy and bright. Schaeffer, Chief P. P. Gushanas,
k'. column U drtutrd to Sure hope they haven't been workIng Beach were outlined.
... QUESTIONS: his wife, and brother, Joe, ChiefA.
.A! RON 48, .ae e( the ktrtlrc hard. I
the too
.quadr. at >AKT t.-M.) boys THE OLD "ONETWO"Thereporter What's the big attraction at the Kettles, Chief and Mrs. Charlie
MATTING AROUND What's OVER THE TOP-Several mem- for tbe metalsmiths turn- "R. P" Coxen ? Couldn't be those Miller, Chief Joe MacDonald and
nil this we hear about M. J. Jacobs bers of FASRON 58 must have ed in the following item. We repeat big baby blue eyes, could it ? his buddie, Larry Robertson,
on the RON he took to New been burning the old midnight oil, II it verbatim for what you can Oh, boy! If you only had had M, Sgt. E. W. Miskovic, Chiefs
Orleans with Ens. Whitworth ? judging from the number who recently make out of it: "Seems the metal- wheels you were certainly ready Betty Muller Gert Queenan, and
The boys tell us that next time I have made rates or ad- I smiths are confused that is about I to go to Folkston, Mathieu. Right ? Maud Bosarge and her lovely
he's going to bring his own chicken vancement. In case you'd like to ,, the new rating system. After two I' Who put all that foo foo on I guests.
sandwiches Of course, everyone I give them a hearty slap on the hours of strenuous explanation by you, "Lover-boy Kresowlak ?" ADDED SPICE: New fuel to
knew Lt. Harris was not : back, they are B. H. Wanser, the instructor, we ended up wherewe I Stanton or Bergin ? the fire: Chiefs A. K. McCrary,
around during our last drill. His from BM3 to ADE3; A. D. Hur- I started. We were formerly When are you going to build A. D. Kent, F. R. Berry, W. C.
new Lincoln was not in evidence ley, from F2 to AMSAA; and J. AM's. Our new rate is AMS. But, that brick house, Sandefur ? I Hunter, E. Hunter E. L. Donnel...
and its absence provided parking L. Smith M. Brooks, W. F. Carter I when we learn our new duties, we So you finally sold the "spam ly, J. Vash, Jr., H. V. Wilkins, B.
apace for four more cars. Sure \\'. T. Pyburn, J. R. Falana, go back to AM. See! It's just can", Helene. Did you have to pay C. McKnight, and M/Sgt. L. H.
wish he'd give his shipmates a ,' and C. L. Mauldin, all from SR simple. One-two! And then backto them to take it? I Ebert. Welcome aboard, Chiefs,
few rides (just to get the effect of to AA. All of us, particularly Dun- one! Sounds like the conga! ORCHIDS: This week's orchids and we do hope that we will be
wealth) What's all this about ; away, were pulling for our shipmate ': Anyway, 'Jim' Timberlake says, go to J. M. Berryman, ADC, for I seeing a lot of you and your
K. L. Brown having his blood Homer, to make AD2, but why not just stay AM and save his consistency in having the highest guests.
typed and discovering that it con- I it seems one section proved to the Navy a lot of paper? I scores on the pin ball machines I PAST EVENTS: Guess that
tained a high percentage of torpedo -I be a hurdle that was a little too OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS : Keep" up the good record, was a pretty expensive case oC
juice ? That famed ticket high. Bet you can make it next Any of you younger fellows interested Berry. I II beer you bought last Saturday.
agent, C. ][, Johnson, has a peculiar : time hands down Our old shipmate I in a free college" educa- I PASSING PARADE: The club I II Mr. Evans. Good thing the house
sense of arithmetic. Someone Don Crim, is another one tion ? The Navy will appoint 160 was privileged to have the was very crowded.
I tOllow-1
reported that he sold "the : of those fellows we're going to reservists to the Naval Academy. ling members and their COMING EVENTS: Bingo tomorrow
last two tickets left" at least 25 I I have to start calling "sir" in about I You must have served one year ing the past week: Chief and Mrs. night, jack-pot, $78 plus.
times Some guys arrive at I: six weeks. At that time, Don will in the Naval Reserve by July 1 of F. L. Etzler and guests, Miss i Saturday night, dancing to a new
drills in lush style. Ask Red Ben- receive his commission as a Second the year you are appointed Seethe Mayme Askew. Miss Jean Doyle I orchestra truthfully. Sunday
._. ton to tell you about the yacht Lieutenant in the Air Forces Personnel Officer for further from Miami, Fla., Chief and Mrs I night, the drawing. The amount
in which he rides back and forth Reserve as a result" of his ROTC I II I I Information i+: Art Schaeffer and little Miss I ? I I.I I.
I studies at the University of Florida _.
from the Naval Air Station ---- - -- --- ------- ---

Jf any of you lads are sore about I U. OF FLA. TEACHERS: AND STUDENTS A NIIRT-11 _...w......... _
your innermost secrets being revealed I BOUNDING OFF Lt. (jg> Gus- I t h
in this h'yar column, the ky, Personnel Officer, will attend I
guy who dug up the dope is C. H. I summer school in Gainesville this Ii

Coker, ADE2. But don't meet him ; summer. He expects to get a mas- i ,
tip a dark alley just! give him ter's degree in Education some I

4' . the scoop! on weddings, anniversaries (|i he isn't very definite as to ,: J\
and blessed events and he when that will bl"" Gusky, inci-
won't have to print so much scan- dentally. Is moving into a new
,- dal. ', house at College and Owens Sts.
NEW; FACES FASRON 58> is He refuses to say whether he was
FUll growing, and we have five asked to leave the old one.

new shining faces to report. If I Lt. Comdr Baxter recently was
you see any of these fellows I transferred to FASRON 58 from
around, walk up and introduce I VY ML 56. He will be the Main-
yourself and don't forget to tell tenance Officer After a few more
them how happy you are" to welcome -I dual instruction hours on the ele,- + t ,.{$ 4 r >
r'. I I. them aboard. They are J. trie clutch he expects" to solo his ryry.Y..ppp
' \\'. Taylor, R. H. Smith. H. A. new Packard Super convertible
Sykes, D. A. Young, and F. H I'' soon. He will want the field closed
Meyer\ And don't forget to bring and all runways clear that day.
. your own friends out here and give I SCHEDULE: Let's have all
.. them a chance to develop interest hands out for the FASRON 58
in the squadron. We still have lots drills. The schedule for the next
sec cf room. I' three months is 17 and 18 July, 21
LOST WEEK-END: Hey. fel and 22 August and 11 and 12 September I ,.. .. ., .., @ C. .. .-. ', _', :__ ._, _.,,>. :.. ... _.-

las, did you miss a few of the And above all, don't forget I OVER; 40 STl DENTS and facultv nu-mhi-i- i' : i thl ("I.\i ,. t Florida! Menbt-tt tit the Naval
guys at muster this past weekend i the two weeks' active duty and Marine Air Retorve, are currently I:' taking t\\o 1'I'klt..t i RIi1 , ? The scoop is that they've ', from the 7th through the 20th of I Approximately lr;>0 additional :students! and tearht'from tm I'mviisitv: will take two weeks of annual -
been taking their two weeks of August. It is essential that every training duty at NARTU at int.M\als throughout the summer Those currently on duty are:
annual training duty and didn't man who can possibly do to attend i C. H Donovan i faculty member), R. H. Howell, G. R. Frost. H. E. Nawotka, C. N. Tilton, M. F,
line for the same roll call. I the regularly-scheduled period of !I Hebb, P. J. Stephens, VV. F. Schickler, D. R. Lewis, T. N. McClelland, R. E. Morris P. 1\[. White,
r Here up are their names' in case you active duty. Our squadron is a H. H. Bush, Jr. J. B. McDonald II, W. D. Sims, W. B. Norton, P. M Harvill, Joe C. Jenkins, Jr.,
were looking for one of your buddies unit and should drill as a unit Crosby H. Dawkins, John R. Magmnia. Donald Wills, R C. Fleming, .Jr. T. B. Sparkman, G. R.
and didn find him: T. R. But anyone who cannot possiblytake Register, Jr Henry Van Der Heyde, Jr. Donald E. Newton, Charles M. Boutelle, William J. Fran-
Rosakronse, ADE2, E A. Round- his active duty at the regular covic, S M Thompson, Jr., B M. Myrick, Charles K O'Nair, T. R, Perry F. E. Autrey, Rupert J.
tree AMS3. O. W. Vail AEMC time should arrange in advanceto Smith, William W. Gay (faculty member), F. A Graham, and J E. Dovell (faculty member). Not
J I* Bradley, SR, and last but take It at some other time. See present when the photo was taken were Paul Lackey and P C. Hoffman (faculty member).



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More Diomond Defeats



Drop Two To Memphis, One To Sax

Terminal, For 8th Straight Loss ?
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The Memphis i Hellcat baseball nine hammered out a 12-5
'
win over the NAS Jacksonville Flier squad last week at i

Memphis[ to hand the local Fliers their seventh successive

loss: as well as to knock them right out of the running in

the NATAC pennant race. Prior to the final Memphs defeat .

the Fliers had bowed to Memphis on Saturday and Jacksonville -

Terminal on Thursday. ,
hits.
Currently holding a 22-16 record ,. -
Every member of the Memphisteam
the McCaffreymen will try to
hit at least and ....
safely once .
.
bounce back into the win column Chuck Rasmussci, Hellcat short- :;... .. ,.,........:;
this Saturday and Sunday at Ma-
stop, collected four hits in six tripsto
son Field when the local combine
the attack.
tangles with the Pensacola Gosling pace
Bill Miller of the Hellcats hom-
nine. In two previous meetings, the
ered in the first inning with one
Fliers won one and lost one.
man on base to give the Mem-
Sunday's game with the Hell- phis nine a lead which it never
cats saw two Flier hurlers shelled relinquished.

from the mound by a 14-hlt j )1t'lnlhIMIn'4 OpenerIn
barrage, including two home runs
by Memphis sluggers. Warren I the opening game of the

Whitten drew the starting assignment series, the Memphis squad out-

but had to give way to re- slugged and outlasted the NAS
lief pitcher Red Doll in the fifth' Jacksonville team to cop a wild

Inning. Doll in turn was relieved 18-15 verdict. No less than seven

by "Ace" Woolb right in the eighth pitchers showed their wares in the
inning. I ball-blasting melee which saw seen \ -
round trippers smashed out of
Memphis pitcher Chris Cagle allowed ;1 4
the park. Bill Crane and Howard'Tearly"
seven hits in the nine-inning ?
Gates hit four '
baggersfor
t : .
contest, running into trouble only 'v.y h y
the locals while five Memphis .
in the eighth frame when he alloWed -
ball-hawks connected for homers.
one walk and three singles
Jim Daley was charged with the ,
for three runs. Jerry Hosaflook' ,*. ',,,,,+ -
loss, his third of the season "'hc ".r
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was the lone local to garner two
against seven wins. He was relieved __ -,- .. ir
by "Ace" Woolbright in the ser-

ond who gave way to Tony Gezeliin '
Tigers Beat Naco the fourth. '

| Memphis scored three runs in
Clowns Lose To
the first, two in the second six
in the fourth five in th* fifth,
Hawks Last WeekThe and two in the eighth while the S S ,S

Fliers tallied once in the fourth
N'AS Tiger colored base- > *
three times in the sixth once in
ball nine brought its season's record -
5
the seventh, eight times in theeighth 5
to -tlast week by coming
and twice in the ninth.
back from a heart-breaking 11-10 the
Bill Crane, John Beinaman.
defeat at the hands of the Jacksonville '
Howard Gates, Pete Kellner, and
Hawks to 11-7
an
cop Jerry Hosaflook all hit safely to
verdict Sunday from the Naco
pace the local batting attack.
Clowns of Jacksonville. ,
Terminal l, 8; },I..re, 4
The Tigers are scheduled to go'
Into action once more on 23 June The Jacksonville Terminal Rail-
when they trek to Daytona to do roaders handed the NAS nine its

battle with a powerful Bethune :> fifth successive loss last Thursdayat --. ... -' ,.. .,..
Cookman squad. However, coach' Mason Field by collecting 14 THE NAS FLIERS couldn't stop the Jax Terminal nine last week on Mason Field when the visiting -
blows to top the Fliers, 84. Tony I
Tommy White is hoping to sched- railroaders topped the Fliers in an 8-4 tilt (Above) Roy Kilpatnck, Terminal first baseman,
Gezeli went all the for the
ule some tilts with the Jackson- way is shown scoring on the first of his pair of homers in the game. Kilpatrick led off for the visitorsin
Fliers to be charged with the loss I
ville teams before tangling with j the first canto with the big blast. Flier backstop Ken Werner waits for the ball to come back into
the Tigers' traditional rivals from Roy Kilpatrick of the Terminal play. Umpire behind the plate is Bert Maxwell (Center* Dick Newport, Flier outer gardener scores

Daytona. ]I squad was the main thorn in the one of the Fliers' four runs in the sixth frame. i Lower) Bud Kurlwright, Terminal catcher, whiff.

In the Clown-Tiger tilt, the lo- |; Fliers'! side, smashing two home I on a terrific cut as Ken Werner holds on to the third strike in the seventh frame.* (Umpire Maxwell -
cat aggregation hammered out 19 !, runs to deep left center field. I didn't have to call this one:)

hits to overwhelm their oppon- 1 John Price, also of Terminal, hom --_.---- --
enta. Tommy White started for the ered in the sixth inning with the

NAS horsehiders but had to give bases empty. Intra-Mural Softball Season I Station Golfers

way to John Morris in the third j I' Bill Crane once again led the

inning. Morris turned in a capable Fliers in a losing fight, garneringthree Drop Close One
Job over the rest of the distance I safeties in five trips to the Closes; Play-Offs Next Week
but hits.
allowing four plate. u__ __ _ __ To Camp Lejeune
The Blue and Gold Leagues of

\ the intramural loop brought their The NAS Golf team dropped a ..
I regular schedules to a close this I dose one to the Camp Lejeune ,

16ac week to bring down the curtain on leathernecks on the local golf

another successful intramuralseason course last Saturday, 12'a-14
at NAS. The final results j This coming Saturday
l they jour-
and tabulations were too late for i ney to Fort Benning with a 16-

Ctau | this edition, but will be included man team where they will try to
:with next week's story on the play- '| out-drive and out-putt the Dough-

+ off!'!. in 18-hole
Fi tens wiiri'J'O I boys an match.
\ Si' Hir S4AERk While league officials were busy The Jax divot-diggers were off

'attending to play-off details, the to a great start when Joe MacDonald -

RrMi i teams in both leagues were still i ii I, and Tony Grego of the
Mir TWUbMC0.r
THa re % /] / i I battling for top honors. Going in- I| locals came in with a decisive win
eW
ioa eA1tReAAfR/ ///p 1[ to the home stretch of the Blue I over their opponents, 211-*'. But
/ : League, the league-leading Marines >I E. Scott and R. Faller were blanked -

c beat the Para-Loft a week 1' by their Marine opponents, 30.

ago Monday night 83. In other and D. A. Clark and A. Berg lost,
I Monday games, VU took a 10-1 2iy-iy. .
1 AdAtF win over A TU, A&R edged out ': Grego shot a 72, the best local

I Flag Unit, 3-2, and the Dispen- ]I score -of the day, but he shared

sary nine whipped the Hospital the same score with Marine Lieutenant -
combo, 1310. On a week ago Wednesday Anthony from Camp Lt.-

R the Hospital club trimmed !I jeune.In .

4 IATU, 10-8, A&R tripped shooting opponents, Grego
Dispensary 10-7, VU capped Para-, whipped Adams of LeJeune, 3-0,
Loft 10-0, and the Marines put MacDonald took his opponent, 2'.;- ..

I out a Flag Unit fire to win, 53. | 'r. : E. Scott split with Spence of _

NEX In the Gold League last Tuesday Lejeune. li 111-III ; leatherneck Bill

Ordnance and Gunnery whipped 1: Anthony whipped R. Fall.-r of
c n>,e suoE s HOME GgMElino the CPO Club 4-2, and HAS 3-0; D. A. Clark lost to

FIRST OASF ------ I NARTU trimmed NAMTD, 10-1. I I, Brock, 2'a-1i' ; : and A. Bets .If

N 7Re Nor recess SATURDAY On Thursday, NARTU was idle NAS split his match with Horn-

while NATS romped over NAMTD buckle of the Marines, I'-j-l'i.:
w1TN r ,,4 -_ 15-6.: Ordnance and Gunnery won I j i I I .

r FNSACOI ; a 7-10 forfeit: game from- Supply !'! Although two Chinese n.\v.> failed

: and Inspection tripped the high- to make the grade in prof .-<-

!ly-touted CPO Club. 21. I sional hockey with the L>e'n' ,,ii,-

1600Tiw i' < i I'Red Wings, the N'w York R.\llg.

I In howling, the" N<> r> pin not ITS are developing, a ( 'hir--- [>ipert -'n

u,, ''II"(! N ) 1 !pill, I 1-, KM 'rWll 11.... the1, ( nann-ij l.aiiy i V1 : w" '

: iUll pUl i, looks as though: at i> u '.



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;( ietiI 4L4 By Dan lanuzii

Chief Ed Carpenter, new NAS softball pilot lost no

--. time after he took the te.- over from "Blackie" Bomta.

After dropping five successive contests under the guidanceof

Bomfa, the club got together last Monday night and broke

k. into the win column with a 3-2 victory over the Green Cove

? Springs Bullets behind the three-hit pitching of Flier south-

F W paw Fred Weber.
) *

Hampered by injuries, the NAS Flier baseballeis dropped -

their seventh tilt in a row last Sunday to the Memphis

\ "Hellcats." McCaffrey replaced the luckless Ken Weiner

with Bill Crane as backstop, and Pete Kellner took over the

initial; sack when Dick Newport pulled a muscle in his right

leg during the Jax Terminal tilt. But who will replace those

lost grey hairs from Coach McCatfiey's head ?
C a a
1 __._ .__ n' _._ n..n..._ __ ._.__. m__',_ _
"The Navy fighters training here for the 1948 Olympic
TIIOl'Oil Tilt: JA\NA\Y Skeet quintet lost the Challenge Trophy to Tvndall Field last Friday -
it walked away with the JVATA Skeet Championship, scoring a total of 1172 out of l I\Q.;'!! The tryouts are the best amateur fighters I have ever seen, and
Jaxmen will get another chancy at the trophy this wetk-end when thev meet the Air Force disc I'\'e seen a lot of them." So wrote Lt. Comdr. A. J. Hubino; ,

busters in anorhrr match at Bi'idgeport Conn, Th' lax skettmen:: art left to right, \\'. L Arthur, OinC oC Physical Training here at NAS who at present is
D, T Gallitano, G. C. Miller J. A Brough, and H. Hartley assisting Annapolis boxing coach "Spike" Webb with the
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Navy Olympic hopefuls at Bainbridge Md.

Losing Streak Broken As .
The All-Navy Swimming and Diving Championshipswhich

will be held in Philadelphia the week of 22 August will

probably be run off without an NASJax entry if you swimi..

Softballers Down Bullets I, mers and divers here on the station don't( hurry over to the

indoor pool and see Lt. Paul King for a tryout for a spot on

1... :' : l. ...1. the team
Paced IJ.r led H euer n IIVJR'e .
onh' three scattered j I With the exception of a costly I II penter.The C a a
up two-base error by Weber himself, i Fliers Jumped off to a
I i Navy softball championships will be held in New York
hits, the NAS Flier softball)) : the Fliers placed near-perfect ball quick lead in the first frame when
team snapped its five-game i Though they could only garner Ed Heft leached second on a two- early in! September, and now that the station team has finally

)losing streak Monday; night at five safeties off Bullet hurler Curtis ; base error, went to third on an- started lolling along, maybeit
Mabie, the locals gave Weber' other error, and scored on a flt'lder's has a chance. The NAS Jax POUNDIN' PIIT---- .
the Power Plant Diamond by
to win their choice The Bullets knottedthe '
air-tight support 17 club went to the finals
pinning a 3-2 defeat on the first game under the tutelage of count in the fifth when, in an
attempt to cut a Green Cove base I last year and came out All-
Green Cove Springs Bullets.trf1' recently-appointed Coach Ed Car-
runner down going into third Navy runnerup.'e hope the w !Ml3
-- base. Weber threw wild to
give boys are on their way toward
Station Tennis Title Green Cove its first tally
repeating their performance
I Inh But in the last of the fifth, the
of
.f! guanl By RcadinBobby : King Fliers opened sewed up the the inning ball game with Bill a a year ago.. .

hard single to center and stole see-
Radin NAS .iai'ksonilles JAX NAVY SKEET
on base. Joe Linsenmeyer followed -
ford into camp. 6-0, 6-4. in the
\ 197 tennis champIOn, revenged -
and then defeated through: with another single,
his defeat at the hands of I quarter-finals sending King to third, but Weber
Eldridge once more, 6-3, 4-6, 64. TEAM COPS NATAC
I flied out to left field, and when
In the station finals, however, I King tried to score after the )
it was all Radin. The stocky little I he at the
catch was nipped plateto
Marine never gave Williams a complete a double play. Ed Heft HONORS IN MATCH
hance the title in two
< winning
brought things to a close by rapping -
stiaipht sets, 'j-5, 63. a line drive single to center Jax-Nas skeet team walked
34V Williams and Radin both left which got by the Bullet outfielder, away with the Naval Air Training -
fir r<'nsacola vt'stenlawhere and Linsenmeyer and Heft scored. Athletic Conference skeet

this' ate iiunntlv' showing their ,I The Bullets rallied once more in title last Friday outbhootmg a '
wan, m t the tn.district ihamionshtv the sixth inning when one hit, two field of eight other teams from >
wh..h lead toward theY walks and a wild pitch allowedthe naval activities( in this area. Tyn-

visitors to score their final dall Field, here to shoot aRal'l1st .. _
marker Jax-Navy for the Challenge P.Ip. 1
Y'A Trophy, was the lone outside service -
P < team invited They were not
Officers Wives Golf included in the NATAC shoot.

The Air Force gunners cap-
GLOUP to Hold Bingo, tured the Challenge trophy for

TourneyThe I the fourth time in seven tries
Bongo Bongo
when they edged the local gunners

-", Officers Wives Golf Group by 6. birds, but tomorrow afternoon 4
will)) meet again tomorrow morning the two teams will meet at
a SPAT
at the station golf course Bridegport, Conn., in 'another
+ when a "Bingo-Bango-Bongo" match.
\ contest will be held, followed bya The Jax-Naw entry had to do'''
"- luncheon and election of new some plain and fancy. shooting to
officers at 1230 in the "0" Club. keep ahead of the rest of the field. ,
t.. .. Last Friday, a four-way, tie Memphis pressed the locals
r for first place in the best six-out- throughout the match coming in a
O"tn1111am8 of-nine-holes tourney went to Mrs. '
distant second when they succumbed
Owen Williams In the Seventh :. 1 T G Heft, Mrs, S F. Leichter, to the Jax pace late in P
W Mrs A. H. B. Smith, and Mrs.
the match.
Natal l District'\ Championships last I '
W L. with net of
Thorpe scores
week by trimming the District 39. Final team scores at the end i :
Crown holder last Friday in two of the NATAC match were Jax- '
straight sets to take his second -\H4\ Sunday afternoon Lt. Comdr. Navy, 1172: Memphis NATTC, I
station championship in as many > and Mis.! C. Dunn won the husband' 1140, Naval Reserve, 1135; Pen- ,
seasons at the NATTC courts .. and wives tourney with a low sa col a. 1125; Whiting Field, 1112:
Williams the upset of gross score of 87. Low net store I NAS Jax, 1112: Saufley Field, t.
pulled went to Colonel and Mrs. C. P. ,
1109; Corry Field 1064; and
In the semi-finals ofthe
. theyear Seventh ND singles competition -." I Kelly with a 67. Second place wasa NARTU 1039. .. -'-. .,- '
tie with 70s fired
when he defeated the favored ( three-way Loral Kntrj: High Gunner PATTERSON, outstanding
j and Mrs T G Heff,
by Captain
Radin, 3-6, 6-2, 6-1. Williams W. I. Arthur of Jax-Navy took middleweight chloroformer
and Mrs H. B. Jones and
,
thtn went on to tome horn behind i Captain W. high gunman in the match whenhe at NAS Jax who pounded his
: Lt. and Mrs C. Barrett.
in the finals to trounce Bill won an extra shoot of 25 birds way to a pair of technical KO'a
Eldridge, 36. 6-2, 6-1, to take ,' : Two special prizes were awarded by one disc over M, Sgt. W. C. over his opponents at the Jax
:
the cruwn : to Lt. Comdr and Mrs. W. L Jones of Tvmlall Field. ball park in the Colored Olym-
But in the Station Tournament, <:,:, /'' """' : Thorpe and Lt and MI'''. C C. I In a challenge match between pic Tryouts, will journey to

Radin bounced back in his usual :,. .. Gantt. Jax-Navy and the pick of gunners Boston soon for a try at a spot
winning form. First, he trouncedDoc :' I from Pt'nl'lAcoJa' NATB, the" on the Olympic boxing team
ORtilly.' 6-1. 6.1, and then Kobby Radin Hockey players are not allowedto 'local discbusters won by 5 birds, which will represent the U. S.
topped Jack Forward, 6-3. 6-1. I I use profane language to one 236 to 231.There in London this fall Patterson
to mach the finals. Meanwhile All,Navy finals They will team I another or to spectators For t was the only one of the three
Williams also l was going along; up in the doubles competition and breaking the rule they receive a has been a negro champion NAS entries In the tryouts to
smoothly He took John Cran- also play in the singles ton-minute misconduct penalty t in all eight boxing divisions come out a winner




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MovieVeeUdaj: ''*-1730 and 2000; week-emls.t30 and 2000.
THURSDAY"STRAWBERRY

ROAN", with Gene Autry.
Fnm.\\'

CREW'S DANCE, Station Band Starts at 2030.
.: isr SATURDAY

KIDDIE SHOW AT 1330. "GUNS OF HATE", starring Tim Holt.

Feature, "FULLER BRUSH MAN", with Red Skelton. ''

SUNDAY '.
; "FULLER BRUSH MAN", with Red Skelton.
:MONDAY

"THE HIGH WALL", featuring Robert Taylor
\ l'U1<;sn.ANn WEDNESDAY;

y : i ti I I "ROMANCE ON THE HIGH SEAS", starring Jack Carson.

JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM

(Nov open to enlisted personnel and dependent as well as officers.)
LT. C'OMUK. P\tl W, SC'HLEGEL points out some of the f<>atur< of a r't'volutlonarv.terman\ Shows start at :2000. .

delta uuig turn! "..t; n,,rif, > ( 'hlt'! VVV, Reeves, l left and J K Martin Al'>2 at the Model Airplane THURSDAY AND FKIDAY

Room, of tht'1 unsnir< H"bhShop Designed bv
i II, the snpo1 -VIMIC\\ ainratt never got: past the model stage Lt Comd Si'hleg-el!. who is undergoing SATURDAY

retiesh ; U VK-J: .obtHimd the slack wool, model from< the designer himself Having accidentally "GUNS OF HATE", starring Tim Holt.

iamtg.' 1 ,t >hght\! he i* pairing the pant: at the H >bhSh"p" with the help
Martin I "CAMPUS HONEYMOON", featuring the Wilde Twins \,
__ MONDAY: AND TUESDAY; '

Burning Question "FULLER BRUSH MAN", with Red Skelton.

::1 Commercial Bulletin I ; WEDNESDAY
"THE HIGH WALL", featuring Robert Taylor.
AIR NEWS STAFF
Bulletins will be accepted until "space hag been filled, but not

later_than 1000_Tuesday., : Ext.: 8230.'-n___ ,___ _, _____ i OTHER EVENTS
FAILS TO SOLVEQUOTATION 1 FOR SALE Registered' Scuttle t pups, eight weeks I II LINGO
old. males and 1 females Cull ext. "AHTYEvery Thursday at 2000 at Navy Wives Clubhouse -
nTveTsal house trailer ))6'iong..
: 8'JOS 01 2-4300 and ask for Lt. Comdr. in Dewey Park.
Tiallei U. furnished with Janssen I Holland. j I BOXING-For information regarding workouts, contact Physical
:Spinet piano twin t Js, broadloom '
RIDDLEBy 1 carpets hot water heater fluorescent Three-bedroom fiame house for $1200 Training, extension 593
electric sewing down and $56 per month to make up I MAINSIDE LULNUE the
lights portable -Formerly Reception Center, located In
.
Doug (rocket"Don't machine vacuum butane cleaner and with attachments session.balance. Call G.! Clef) .Gibson Immediate 2-0524.pos the South wing of Building No. 953: is open to NAS personnel and

'I two gas bottles heating gas lange stove with IU7! two-door Ford ((60) with tour new their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding recep.
fire until you see the blower and outside attached tank. tires. Good condition. Also portablered tion by arrangement with Wehare Officer. Combination radio-pho-
whites of their eyes !" Warner electric brakes 8-ply tires leatherette bar with bar set. nograph available for use of all hands.LIBRARYLocated .
with practically new Life-guard See Markham at Mainside Dispensary -
Who made that statement ? tube, door chimes, dishes linens or at 3305A Gibbs Ave? Dewey on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build.
water hose, electric line lawn furniture Park. ing No. 3. Open from 1200 to 2000 Monday through Friday. Saturdayand
That the which
was question and picket l .nce. See Mrs.J. Two-bait-casting tuning rods and : Sunday from 1300 to 1700.
stumped NAS personnel all C. Rodgers: Air Base trailer court, in good condition reasonable. Li.l S\Y1\I\IINO-Outdoor: : Pool. Daily Monday through Friday-1000)

the way from the Main Gateto Yukon. Ha,,-2. UO, __ Comdr. M. H. Galchell. ext. 76:>. to 1730. Saturday-1000 to 1800; Sunday-1215 to 1800.
West Highland puppies. $85 each 3 Hollywood double bed with 1 Simmonsmattress i GOLF-Course from 1000 to
open sunset daily. :Saturday and Sun-
the seaplane ramp early months old. Bruce S. Gammlll. 103rd $30; Morris lounge chair I! :
this week.It I St. and Wesconnett Blvd. with footstool $15; seven Venetian I day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
blinds. 28" by bO', cream colored, i trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
all began when Jax Air News Thayer range floating large size coach-type, practically baby new.car- $250 each; baby carriage: folding IIOHAG-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty

staff members were doing some John H. Kaylor 3814B Norman St., type.l lamp, $10.$7; All and Items a se are\en in-way good floor con- |I cards and uniform of the day )I. 1730 to 2300. Located south of Maaou

checking to determine whether _Dewey Park.__ ___ __ dltlon. Also 1941 Plymouth business Field. Dancing every Wednesday night with the Air Station Band.
there were anniversaries to be observed Et: inr. ude outboard motor 97 horsepower coupe with heatei In excellent TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Phy.-.ical Training -
by the paper in this issue. i I with' boat n1ol $100. I condition. $350. L. W. Salvail VU Building No. 726.
4I1S'i.
Going way back to the days of I 1, Bruce VVesconnett S. Gammlll.Blvd. and Gibbs Unit Hangar Ave. Dewey 117 01 Park see at 3303B I II' NURSERY-Sponsored: by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 110L

the Revolution, by chance someone -----, ,--'--- Two bic'ciell-gllis slandaid boys Hours: Monday Tuesday, and 1ednesday-0730 to 1800; Thursdayand
mentioned the famous quotation.But ;New brick six-room house with attached 26-Inch used one year, both for $25. I Friday-0730 to 2100; Saturday-0730\ to 0100 Sunday morning.

Just who uttered it, nobody i Including garage.new Completely electric kitchen.furnished I' Contact M. M. Johnson Room Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents for each additional

seemed to know. II Open front porch, enclosed back: CPO gineer Barracks Division ext.from 352 0700 or to 759 134:119'j child; Caid-$8 for one child; $10 for two children; and $11 for thre

Deciding to find out just how porch, 1I'efann'd": and Jalousies. Lot One occasional ,upright. \ or more children; Daily (for working mothers) .--51 from 0700 to
75 by d. Ribbon dilve-
elusive the News 1800
answer was, Air
sell cheap See D. Fogle at 1436B
way to garage.: Located in Roosevelt ,
reporters set out for various partsof | Gardens near bus line and school. Child St, S.L. I IIOBHY SHOP-Located in Bldg. 913. Open dally from 1700 to

the station. One reporter head- II Immediate occupancy. 14000. Phone One 1937 Packaid loadstei,-$375 One I 2100 and 1300 to 2100 on Saturdays. Closed Sundays. Facilities and
ed towards Ship's Service and the 8-2234 Lt. R. M. Roland __ 1942 Ford Jeep In good condition equipment for all hobbies.

first person he encountered was a Electric stove. AB, 3-buinei. Used. new paint job. $;)00. One 1942 Chevrolet MODEL AIRPLANE: SHOP-Room 13, Bldg. 913. Regular Hobby
civilian employee; who said, after only four months. See F. A. Me}'neat one and one-half ton truck with Shop hours.
I good stake body, new radiator, new
3813B Norman St"
first informing us that he knew 1----- Dewey l'l\rk'l; clutch, new head and rest of motorIn MODEL RACE CAR SHOP-Room 15, Bldg. 913. Regular Hobby
history backwards and forwards, 1939 Plymouth deluxe, completely good condition also. Price $525. Shop hours.
"Nathan Hale." Next, a Navy lieu- I built. Good paint job and re-I Can be seen at Ship Service Gas PHO'lOGRAPIIY CLUB Room 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1930
$7j(). Can be seen at fourth Station. Phone G, L. Atchle. ext.
tenant mumbled something about from Collins Road on New York _617. Thuisdays.
"It may have been George Wash- Orange Park, or call James Crosby Bedroom with'box spring and

ington." A chief, when questioned, 2101 Orange Park ____ ,__ __ innerspring mattress wardrobe 4drawei WHERE TO GO ASHORE
just shook his head, a vacant look I 1911 Cadillac ((62)). looks new. New chest of drawers, and studio SALVATION: ARMY SERVICEMEN'S CENTER; .
602 West Adams
couch with matching chair. Can be
I'
1
and
interior paint Job recent motor -
his face. And
spreading over so tuneup. Call Chief Canterbury, seen day or night. R. E. Flack. 1180Cumberland above Lane Drug Store, one block west of Navy Bus Station.
It went I
ext. 231. Road Free use of recreation room, writing room, music room, check:
The reporter at the Mainside Nice; wedding ring set, practicallynew. \\'e.tI n gha ui F 3.47 vacuum cleaner, room, and shower facilities. Light refreshments available at snack
Mess Hall ran into even more hilarious with three diamonds in each never used $50. W. 11. Clarke ext. bar. Open from 1030 to 2230. .(-4 !
answers such as Andrew ring, yellow gold, both for $35. Also 83ML DUPLICATE BRIDGE j
TOURNAMENTS
Jackson Roosevelt RobertE. pas! stove four burners. with broiler, Staple bedroom suite and breakfast every Friday night at ;
Teddy $35: ; roll-away bed. $10. and eight- loom table with lour chairs. Can 2000. Open to the public. Naval personnel cordially invited. 3521 St.
Lee. and Ulysses S. Grant. One tube Majestic radio $15. Call Davis be seen any time, Chief Thompson Johns Avenue. Playing fee $.75. Telephone Remlinger, 2-0013, for reservations
would-be historian answered at 8-1200. __ 1392 Cumberland Road. and information.HOSPITALITY .
"a Marine on Guadalcanal!" I! One -Johnson 3'.j': horsepower outboard Stroller In very* good condition. Also CENTER for servicemen and people at I
Perplexed at this barrage of ; motor 2250.: Phone Chief Foistei, ( double size: mattress Mrs. Pal kerf young
I Union Congregational Church, 236 W. Church Street ( between Hogan -
mixed replies, the reporter saw a _ext.__8145Concrete___, __,__ ____h __ ext. 407.- and Julia
), Saturday 2000 to 2300.
Ladles': 17-jewel white gold Gruen every night, Dancing, ping. "i
and mixer ont>-loul th bag sUe
of school students I
group high i $175 Will sell or swap for equal. watch In xrel y good condition. Mrs.Smith pong, table games, singing, etc.
teachers the station at the
touring value. Lt. Comdr. Brodeur, ext.i 293,,
Invitation of the Public Informa- 561 01' 2-1333. Slack, English-style, riding boots size Four-room furnished apartment t with ___ WANTED ,
tion Office Humbly, he approached II seven, worn only once. Call Del Hall, garage and laundry room. Electric- Ride Lions Park and 'Chei ri Fy"StrHt.-r..
Kenmore washing; machine, sofa bed,
479. before 1700. allyequipped kitchen adults only,
ext.
the and asked one of the NAS dally. Call Mrs Hultberg cut.
group and a breakfast table with benches.Call I
: month. Mrs Morris, Rt. 4.
$49
: per
193f llarle '-Davidson motorcycle recently ; 646 or 82143. :-
teachers the fifth-grade question.The Mrs Lasek. 24711. }
Box 405. on New York Ave., south --
overhauled $350. Dale ext.
'swan Job as baby) sitter will also Tiety r
teachers promptly proved that : 1941 DeSoto lour-door custom of NAS.Bedroom .
with radio and heater, good paint, 618. mother See the Chappell girls at '
they knew no more than our pre and good three 51.000 actual miles Ciosley Shelvador refrigerator f cu ft. with adjoining bath and 1017 Banin St., NAS any time. l I
vious questionees, by replying "We I 5UOO cash. Call H. L. Stejerman, ext. used only six weeks. Also large-sUe:: kitchen privileges, near NAS. For Ride from Murray Hill, vicinity od: 'i I
know that someone said it, but we 8191 or 9-3993 play pen. See Mrs W. F. Moss at couple only. Phone 2-3025! Mrs John- Post and Dancy Sts. to NAS. Hour
1222B Hancock St.. Dewey Talk. son. 0800 to 1630. Call J. 1. Crews et.27q .
don't know exactly who. But we'll Outboard motor Elgin, 3,2 n,p. Original -- ,
look it up when we get back to price was $119. Less than 30 FOIL RENT Large room next to bath located: at or 25427.TtiYearOld .
school and send a card." 'I hours time on motor Must sell at Nice clean"airy room with private Lake Shore With 01 without kit- girl would like'aj job lak
you once will take $75. H. L. Nichols, bath, attractively furnished kitchen chen privileges near shopping center Ing care of children mornings/ and
On and on went the answers, ADC. Hangar 116 ATU_ No.2. optional. Call Miss Houston, 76373. and bus lines, small child accepted altei noons. Monday through Friday.
each one less likely to be accur- Three rooms of furniture- with a Thor reasonable. Phone 2-3245 and See Miss Havlland at 13I5A Randolph
and will share
Large cornerroom
ate than the next. Some of those automatic washing! machine. Com- kitchen Mrs. Holsonback. 78338. ask for Mrs. Rhodes St.. NAS._
plete living room bedroom, and kit- Ride from corner of Stockton and
questioned even went so far as New six-room masonry bungalow near
in I-
furnished
a private
Two rooms
chen equipment. See Bill at 3314B nicely Rosselle to NAS' Working hour
Theatre. Full tile bath
tc lay that they had never even Norman St., Dewey Park. home with private bath. Pleasantly and Edgewood dralnboard steel casement windows from 0743: until: 1630. Call Mn. Hill I, ..\1\
heard of such a quotation. Large packing trunk for $10.-Call Mrs. located on Stiles River Ave.Blvd, sec with tile sills Venetian blinds, ext.jt30, or 7-7739,
ond door from Orange m
Hoping to settle the issue, the Gray at 2-6132. Park. Mrs. A. E. Allen. exhaust fan In electrically-equipped = MISCELLANEOUSLOSTone :

,, staff then turned in desperation Completely equipped new 1913 Chrysler Furnished three-room apartment with kitchen circulating heater, and garage I small boy''i bluenowelt'1Ibathln
with drive and storeroom $125;
to the Station Library. Mrs. Con- Windsor town and country four- electric kitchen tile bath and show month. Phone Paul Howard, at trunks Finder please notify -
per
nelly, the librarian, was asked if door sedan. Will sell for $200 under er Available 1 July. Adults only. Call 51613J. Chief Foster, ext. 8145.
B. Gates, ADC,
list price. Joseph
Mrs. Forsythe. 5-4496 between 0800 ---
she could find the Information. Aft-
3808A Norman St, Dewey Park.
old .. and 1700 or 5-2919 after 1700. New modern duplex with two bedrooms Sailor: "Hey, clerkthere are
over musty history ------- -- -
er poring of the his- Furnished room In private home, conveniently In each apartment. Tile sink two mice fighting up here in my
said ina However a majority
back and ,
ledgers, she came
I located at 2312 and electric hot water heater Located room!"
baffled voice, "There seems to torians credit it to Putnam. on bus line. $6 per week Mrs.kwSatr- near Marietta School or Chest
be a slight uncertainty about who I By this time, the Air News Edi- field. 7-5703. nut St. $65 per month, Paul Howard Hotel Clerk: "What do you want
"
said that. One book credits it to torial Offices were in a quandary.The Apartment with living room bedroom, _Phon.161J.J.: for a dollar, a bull fight? n I

Israel Putnam, another to Col.. more answers we got the more kitchen I and screened porch Mrs. Well furnished modern four-room
and still another confused we became. Finally, we Austin. 2-3342, after 1530. apartment on NAS bus route located: Lt : "Could I try on that winter
Prescott
William I Room In private home with twin sand In Rlvorsld. Tiled kitchen, bath, uniform m the window ?"
says it may not have been uttered -' gave it all up, tore the paper from private entrance Will also serve and shower garage Included For Clerk' "We'd rather you'dIIH
at all Even the Encyclopedia -'I the typewriter put the cover on it, meats. Prefer male naval personnel KiO" i month with sale of furniture : "
Britannica was uncertain. I and called it a day. ;I Mr, Savage 2.91))). Mr Gray/ 2-4132: the dressing; room.


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