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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1948
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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6-No. 13 ., 24 June 1948


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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Series 01 Events To I Ir SENIOR SCOUTS ARRIVE AT NAS .


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Murk 2nd Anniversary .




::#. 01 f lovol Air Reserve t1;$ t A Y "a-, o

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1 Throughout the nation this week-end at 23 Naval Air ,

.... Reserve activities, "week-end warriors" will celebrate the ia -

--. second anniversary of the Naval Air Reserve Training Com

mand. Jacksonville's NARTU will join in the occasion, observing tie ,
not only the anniversary of the command but its '

own second birthday.
A gala program of events has
been planned to mark the anniversary I testants to represent the state at

culminating in an "All I the Atlantic City "Miss America
Hands" Splash Party Sunday at competition a
the indoor pool. With Zack Mos- I The fliers will arrive over the S
ley of "Smilin" Jack" fame slated I (Continued on Page 8) JSS [
I{ to be master of ceremonies, the i
: { affair is expected to be an out- -
standing success. There will be
; formal and comic diving exhibitions : Sixth N. D. Will q
/ and contestants from the
fi. Florida Beauty Pageant will viet
t i&P* for honors as squadron "que ns. Absorb SeventhN. :':< "

f ',*,*. NARTU squadron commanders will
r <:-. serve as judges. Of the five selected -
will receive the title D. By 1 Septa -i
p one : "':';, ,, ; ; ,. 4
\. :,.- "Miss Week-end Warrior". i
c
$} The Air Station Band will provide : I SENIOR SCOUTS GET their first look at NAS Jacksonville Sunday after checking through the
[ ,7 L background music during the Seventh Naval District, as 'i Main Gate. The Scouts, part of a contingent of 192 here for the first week of a two-week encampment, I
\"'\:* "queen" contest. Following the a separate and distinct district will :I are living the life of sailors In Uncle Sam's Navy during their stay at NAS. A new group of 25)
i t;i&- selection of the winners by theI'v be disestablished as of 1 September ; Senior Scouts will check in this Sunday. (Other photo on Page 3).
and absorbed by the Sixth
3 judges, all spectators with bathing
Naval District, it was announcedlast
U& suits will join in the swimming
OT- party. week. 1 Scouts Begin TwoWeekRendezvous
I, !%:! Saturday is packed with anniversary Under the reorganization plan
pS!: V action. Hellcats and Corsairs -I all duties and functions of the I
fStJ*;. flown by pilots of Fighting I present 7th N. D. will be transferred -
f1- 52, will salute northeastern Florida : to the administration of At Station
; f::I.!' with formation flying over the I the enlarged 6th N. D. In addi-
tion, the Sixth Naval District
1J1! area. Attention, however, will be
'ii"'" focused on the Beaches where whose headquarters are located
'I Senior Scouts from --- -
r : thousands of people will be gathered in Charleston, S, C., will be expanded ; Region making liberty in Jacksonville dar of events.
It to witness the Florida Beau- to include the western 'Six, including North Carolina, and sailing down the St. Johns Tuesday, the Scouts got their
:, ty Pageant and to see "Miss Flor- portion of Florida, plus Alabama, II South Carolina, Georgia, and m launches to see the Green Cove biggest thrill of all when they I
::10, ida" chosen from among 25 con- Mississippi and Tennessee, all formerly I Florida, converged on the station -'Spiings "Mothball Fleet". Plane mailed out to the Atlantic on the
I
':, .;,. --- I under the jurisdiction of this week for the first rides in RID's and Navy movies USS McClelland and manned the
I the Eighth Naval District, and a i have been high spots on the calen I (Continued on Page! 8))
Nursery Open Sundays number of counties in North Caro- I half of a two-week-long1 encampment -- -- -- --'--
,
: Two-Week Trial I lina which formerly were part of here. A total of 192 DON'T FORGET YOURS
For
)\,
I f"--O .
t k'; the Fifth Naval District. When the I youths checked through the wvt.., A' ''
r N. :
consolidation is 6th
: The NAS Nursery will open this completed Alain Gate Sunday for the Hegion's -
D. will all of North Carolina,
cover II
from 1200 to
Sunday and next
Florida, :: second annual rendez-
South Carolina Georgia
t. :. 2230 on a two-week trial basis, it
.1i..- was announced early this week 'Alabama, Mississippi, and Ten- vous at NAS.

II,. by Mrs Aline Cheshire. Nursery I nessee. I Lt. John D. Russell, senior host
r.'. supervisor. Nursery cards will be Final details of the absorption I for the Naval Air Station who
'
r,1 : honored as usual, and the regular are as yet, incomplete, officials handled the event last year has
:,', fee of 25 cents an hour will be I stated: this week. Conferences are I again been placed in charge of the
,. charged. being h'eld to work out plans for'I Scouts during their stay here. He
Nursery official said that if the move and the transfer of personnel I lis being assisted by Lt. f ijgi I D. C
enough interest is shown on the who will be required at the I I Yockers and Chiefs V. E. Erick- I
: j.t two trial Sundays, Sunday hours enlarged district headquarters. A son, A. M. Moore, M. Woleshin,
will be made part of the regular possibility has been mentioned that I and W. J. Baxter. Eat h chief is
Nursery schedule at the next business certain key personnel l will remainat I in charge of a flotilla of Scouts
meeting on 8 July of the their present locations maintaining I Lt. John E. Montgomery, Re-
Navy Wives Club which sponsorsthe local "branch" offices of gional Commodore of the Boy
project. the 6th N.D. II I I Scouts of America, is on two-
- -- I weeks active duty here for the oc f
casion. Jack Acker, field executiveof \' t

-N-aRTu Exfiends Invitafiion the Blue Ridge Council at
Greenville. S. C., is acting as relations !

't\ "On the occasion of the second anniversary of the Naval ; I officer Herbert Stuckey, L \y'.l
,I Air Reserve. NARTU Invites all hands aboard NAS to attend I deputy Regional Executive from
Its mammoth 'Splash Party !In the indoor pool next Sunday at Atlanta, is representing the Re- > .
1530. Entries In the 'Mis Florida' content, Including the most j gional Executive W. A. Dobson. : ,, :, /
,
.
beautiful girl In the state, will stage another contest at the The Scouts, who are quartered ',
pool to determine the selection of NAKTU squadron 'queens'. In Barracks "0", have been mak t :/ ' Jn 'addition, exhibitions of both classic and comic diving/ will be ing every minute of their stay ati I ., "
'. given by champions Zack Mosley. creator of the popular aviation NAS count. A program has been /' .
comic strip, 'Smllln' Jack', U scheduled to be master of arranged for them that covers I 41:
ceremonies Those! wishing to get In the swim should bring along nearly all activities here. They ,/ .' .,
their suits" I have been observing flight opera-
LT. (JG) JOHN O. WOUTEKS of the NAS Physical Training
Captain F. \\'. Prlestman, Commanding Officer, tions, trying out Link trainers, ,
and Recreation Department demonstrates how to affix one of
Ground School,
looking over the
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. station auto to the windshield of car. The
visiting the tower touring A&R the new tags your
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-- lieutenant was among the first car owners to obtain their new
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f ;: windshield gate pass stickers from the Yard Office last week. All I
RECORD-BREARING FLIGHT
5f _,,:. J privately-owned automobiles of both military and civilian per-
1 ,. sonnel are required to display the new stickers for entrance to the
: station after 1 August.
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Air Force's XS-1, Exceeds SpeedOf I


Sound, Flies Faster Than Bullet

(AFPS>-Wonder how it feelsto
.
I travel faster than the speed of I names to the list of men who have
sound ? cracked the sonic barrier. Major
According to Captain Charles E. Gus Lundquist, Chicago, and Cap
I Yeager of the Muroc, Calif., AF tain James T. Fitzgerald, South
Base, cracking the sonic barrier Pittsburg, Tenn., were said to have
feels "pretty nice." flown faster than sound. Two other -

h Secretary of the Air Force W. super-sonic pilots, flying for the
Stuart Symington made the official National Advisory Committee for
..r announcement in Washington Aeronautics, were Herbert H. Hoover

., -, recently that the Bell XS-1, piloted and Howard C. Lilly, who wa
?'l'' by Capt. Yeager, had been recently killed in another high
-- -- -- --- flown "much faster than the speedof speed experimental plane.

THE AIR FORCE'S XS-1 rocket plane hat flown "much faster than the peed of sound many sound many times" in recent : Some planes may have dived at:
times," Air Secretary W. Stuart Symington announced June 10. Air experts: called the supersonic months I such speeds, the Secretary said,
flight the greatest hi air achievement history since the Kitty Hawk X, G., flight of the Wright broth* A later Air Force announcement but this is the first time anyone
ors, added two more military I (Continued on. Page 5)Vol.



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Two JAX AIR NEWS 24 June 1948


1 100 Dividends Soon?
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Washington (AFPS) A recent Supreme -
AFPS N..... )..
Editorial Office Kt.l V Court decision has paved the way for .

South Wing, Loner Deck Bldg. 9tt r \ lu.b.ck t ti rQ c reconsideration of the plan to pay dividendsto
Telephone Extension8184 I- E dtM Haabura Stahn M holders of Service life insurance policies. .
Arthur M. Greene Editor \ Action on the dividend payments had
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the Bu\ Ob LAND been held pending outcome of a suit
COI up
U. S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida, and A a.rd Ini.rnattonahz.d, 4? :
!
printed commercially with non-appropriated fund n ShM part OI G.rrnany :a s brought against the Government by a beneficiary -
lU no expense to the government and in compliancewith ,Rots. dent Ui JBIRUN'tff, Muitif 1 who contended the right to collect
SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December -I d ,. ra &Vx I monthly payments for life. The policy form
1945. Copies are distributed free of charge
limited payments to ten years. Had the Government -
at the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Resole
Training Unit the Headquarters of the Naval H ....... \ su lost the case, thousands of other
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters of beneficiaries would have been entitled to the
the Seventh Naval District. Naval Auxiliary Air Erutt.ls \ G y D.td.naflG1UM 'same rate of payment thus increasing theGovernment's
Station Cecil Field, and the U. S. Naval Hospital. c 1S.d.nt liability by billions of dollars.

Comdr F. J. t\t"u&h.! Acting C. O. fFanNwt w II Now that the case has been settled in
Jack$on\iilt Natal l Air Station u r. N a Ma\n \ zFOHOSOYq favor of the Government the VA insurance

C.$sia C. M. Sehf, Captain F, W. Piiwtman. reserve can be estimated accurately and the
U. S. Naval Hospital Naval Air Restrv M.tz' Karlsruhe
Training Unit dividend payments can thus be established.

I More than 19 million policy holders both
,
IX Col. T. C. Moor. Jr. U. Col. Robert A, Black
USMC. Commanding Commanding Marine' All FRANCE veterans and men in the Services, are directly .
Mil MM Barrack Detachment NARTU Muihoua. ii \Mwa\ I affected by the Court's ruling which permits

Th JAX AIR NEWS t'I' a member of the Ship1 I Editorial \ Salt bwoso the YA to start figuring immediately .

Aasrclation of and material In Aimed from Fare these source Press Service.must beara ReirotJwctlon ,,... AUSTRIA dividend payments due out of an insurance ."

credit line. Republication of other matter except fund of $6,750,000,000.HALF .
ty service publication. U prohibited mlthoul peimlsln SWsT1f Pt AND
of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.

OF 1I0SPITAl.IZEU'ETS AHE
trat ITALY YUGOSLAVIA FROM LAST WAR
Two Years Old
(SEA) Nearly T 0 cent of the
TilE SHADED SECTION shows the area where a six-power > per patients
Two years ago this coming week-end, the Western nation conference has proposed establishment of a separate I Veterans Administration hospitalsare

Naval Air Keserve Training Command was federal government for Germany. The area includes the occupation veterans of 11'orldVar II.
ones of the United States, Great Britain and France While the Of of 108,328
a total hospitalized veterans
t-slAblished.. It marked a new departure in Ruhr would be internationalized it would be left a part of the new
of all : J,289: service in the second
keeping trained men right up to date on the German State. Also the conference left open a way for the Soviet.occupied i wars saw
zone to be incoiporated within the proposed federation great war. Since February 1915! .the total of
latest developments and techniques after World War II patients has increased 22 per

they had been separated from full-time active Now cent. The same figure marks the decline of
They're Regulars
duty. patients who were veterans of World War 1.

For the Organized Reserve it meant one Wa hingto (AFPS)-The Act entitled "Women's Armed -- '---
weekend a month devoted to keeping in Service Integration Alt, of 1948," recently signed into law
b.v' Fre ident Truman nval e. women a part of the Regular Armed
and maintaining "knowhow"acquired
fighting shape Force for the first time in history, excluding those In the medical t"
only after long, tiresome, and concentrated enJce
months of study combined with The law fixes the strength of women' components at two

years of actual experience. The idea had per cent of the !strength of the Regular Defense Establishment. Ncws arv.1Vi f rnSbhon
It authorizes! a gradual bgild-up of female personnel during the eUu8 it
never been fully tried ; in a sense it was a
nest two years to the following figures:
gamble! Army 500 officer; 75 warrant officer; 7..MK 1 ) enlistedM

How well this plan succeeded is only now omen. ,
Navy-500 I officers; 20 warrant officers; 6.WHI enlisted
Incoming evident. Two years have elapsed, vt omen.Mariner.1141.

two years which have seen the Naval Air officers; 10) warrant officers; I.OOA\ enlUleitw I, SUNDAYITISSt'NDAYITIS
Kesefve; grow in leaps and bounds till its "orttt-n. is a rare disease already
squadrons are reaching full strength-a potent Air F'orC'f'OO officers; 40 warrant officers; 4.WM enlistedwomen.
afflicting too many Navy men-rare, because -
force should the nation be faced!
reserve The Army In authorized to sH up a Women's- Reserve. which it afflicts individuals only on Sunday
with another emergency. Celebrations will with the Regular component will after a year, replace' the present mornings It is a disease that has little respect
be held at 23 locations around the country to temporary "Women's Army Corps, A VS.:' for rank, rate, or station in life. It attacks -
mark this second anniversary. At Jax, alone, The Navy and Marines already have women's- component and ruthlessly disables who is
of the I5eerve. The Air Force will not establish a separate ( anyone
six squadrons will participate in observingthe
Reserve section for women but will appoint and enlist officers I run down spiiitually.
occasion. and women In the respective sections. of the existing Air ForceKeserv .I Just when one l becomes susceptible to
Phenomenal records of achievement under 'e.The, SL'NDAY-ITIS has never been fully deter-
present strength of women' (mionentR| is about *75 officers -
difficult circumstances and trying con- mined. It is safe
to however that
once
and 6.000 enlisted: women In the Army and Air Force, and say, ,
ditions have been recorded during these twoY'nI'S 4S3 officers and 1.800 enlisted women In the Navy and Marine the peach fuzz that has graced the cheeks of

of growth. In addition to these individual The Navy and Marine initially will enlist women who sari youthful males evaporates and a mean stubble
records, a total of 600,000 hours in service In Vvorlil War II. Enlisted women will be admitted Into forces itself outward, the destructive

the air have been logged 1 fir Naval Air Ile- the the Army'l'S organization and Air Force and first later from from among former present members MicmlH-rs then of virus begins to set in among those of little

servists. They are so numerous that they women with no prior "f'r\IN'. faith-those who have lost (or never possessed -
could take over: flight duties aboard 51 air- Officers will be transferred or integrated Into n" IC'ar"In ) the real meaning of what Sunday
craft carriers of the "Mothball Fleet" if f'n' ("component In grade ranging from Second lieutenant to Church Services are.
Major In the Army, Air Force and Marines, and from Ensign to
conditions warranted their recall to active Lieutenant Commander In the Navy. The Directorswill hold the Tiredness i is the chief symptom in the early -

duty.All. temporary grade of Colonel (Captain In the Navy). Promotionniles stages of SrNDAY-lTIS : "I was out late
sorts of festivities are being planned : will parallel those in male component I'ay M'alf'II111 be Saturday night." "1 had a headache" Then
the same a* for male component except that n woman will the
locally to mark this "coming of age. The disease reaches the personal-appearance
receive allowance for husband
occasion will be one to be remembered fot actually dependent upon her. or thlMren miles they are consciousness : "I had nothing to wear"

years to come. Thrilling event will follow 1'assage of the 1 Uw' create for the first lime a separate "My dungarees were soiled." "It looked like
thrilling e'ent-all in honor of the men who Women's component for the Air Force. rain and 1 couldn't afford getting my whites
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make UP the Jacksonville NAIITU. n wet. Once indifference to attendance at

This is tfceir just due. For the sake of Cruiser Was Bank Messenger I Church sets in, St'NDAY-ITIS gets a foothold

their country's future these men taking and weekly increases in strength until
are .
.... .. ,. .. &
-"""' --- ---, -- -- -- it has
some of their leisure time and devoting it ;- i"V- ft. : '_ -' completely conquered the body and .
.
to the preservation of their military skill. I; soul of the person attacked. Finally these -

On precious week-ends, when they could be persons are totally defeated by the disease ;

swimming, golfing, motoring or just loafing the next step is a complete breakaway from

at home, the are out here working and the Church.

studying. They merit all the tributes which God "called off work" on Sundays so that

will be forthcoming as they celebrate their His {people could turn to Him, worship Himas

second birthday.So their Cod, hand in the list of things they

we join in the chorus of praise for the need, and ask His pardon for their swerv-

"\\'eek.endrarriors.." May their accom- mgs.. And then lie gave the way that we

lishments increase each year.:They're a credit might do illl- this----_ .n in n M most cnKlimoinI..,......... ...... of.,_
(SEA) Overshadowed b\ the bnlhant war record of t 'SS finent w.t\-Chl1rt'h Services.
to the Navy and Naval Aviation.
Louisville is the peacetime role she performed in trans l' DAY-ITIS i is a disease not easily!

porting British gold valued at $148,3.12.21'.55: : from Sim- cured Only diligent effort can root it out.

NEW PRISONER; PLAN APPROVED monstown, South Africa, for deposit at the Federal Reserve: Diligent effort and a renewed faith.
Bank in New York in January, 1911.
SEA The of the and Chaplain Frank Hamilton.
( )- Secretary Navy
Under the command of Captain (then Commander) H
the Attorney General have approved a plan 1 J. :Nelson, the Louisville was engaged in a routine visit to
whereby naval personnel convicted of felonies -
when 1 OAt
South America secret orders were received dispatching -
and sentenced to a naval prison by gen- her to the South African port where the valuable ship-
eral) couris-martial n1 l.be. discharged from bullion stowed board
for
ment of was on the C,78G-mile tripto
the service and transferred 1 to Federal pris-
the U. S.Proceeding.
ons to serve their sentences. I at highest speed feasible with weather conditions the St UH OiapcK Birmingham Road and 1

Naval prisons have no facilities for individual in order to avoid .German submarines, the heavy Muslin\ Avenue
I Protestant
treatment programs or for meeting I cruiser encountered exceptionally rough seas in the "roar 0930 Worship SerxnChaplain A. C. Dover.

special custody problems. For this reason, : ing 40s" area, suffering material damage, and two men 1045 General Worship Service Chaplain A. CBorer. .
the Federal Bureau. of Prisons has agreed to, were lost overboard but recovered. The gold was delivered .

tnke naval prisoners so they may receive the safely to the New York bank :2 days after departure from 0930 Sunday School, Small Chapel.

proper: attention. Simmonstown.' Catholic

Except for their right to appeal to the I The Louisville, commissioned in January, 1031 continued I 0700 I .30 Mass.Chaplttin Mass.W ..

Natal Sentence Review and Clement Hoard her gallant histoiy \\\ participating| ill some of the J )J. ('.."Ie Mill .ltklat" at both
;p rtu.ilh! l1.nal) PMSUTKI.S" : will i I.t- :-.ui.jp..t to hottest of the Pacific (campaigns and has since l leer assigned MdSM SAn

1 a' rules and reguk.nurjjul the federal to the Reserve Fleet at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard outdoor Nursery for small Children is main-
I taltlf-c between OWO
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24 June 1948 JAX AIR NEWS Page Thre
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(. y ChatterBUNCO

I t

t Yep its a good game,
It, and vou'll like it. The Southern
CRUISING AROUND THE
\ Belle Girls from Jax will be out ,
4 xc OLD-FOLKS BARRACKS Dirty
(or this tti\ity Plenty of fun
artist Robert E. Schroder,
pool
and entertainment Remember!
ADC drew a for the
c : up tourney
: bluster at the Red Cross Recre-
u boys last week in acey-ducey and
1 ation Hall- Monday Night at
f I9.JO I' eight ball. Stanley Kresowiak won
the laurels in and
DANCE TIME! THE BIG RED acey-ducey
CROSS DANCE OF THE "Bandy' Julius Prieskop easily
I copped the eight-ball affair. A
MONTH! Tuesday Night2000Ship --
t i towel was handed to Guy Chamberlain
s Service Building Auditor-
I call him "two-time
they
!
''iiro All patients are invited Mus-
3
bitter chambermaid") to dry the
: it is being furnished by Malnside :
tears We would like to see a fewmote
Band The Rainbow Girls are
I'I Schroder'After :
coming out from Jax-Get out
:
those dancing shoes!! and be at stuffing away two or
1: this gala shindig. three rations at the Mess Halt, our
Welcome back. Miss Margaret : genial Mother" Gilliam rushes
Fridy We all missed you much over to the club and orders a half-
I
It 14 certainly good to see your dozen hamburgers all the way.
smiling face around here again. Wonder if his tapeworm is being

J fed'

I I The right time to do somethingabout After a lengthy tour of duty
the future is NOW. The around Florida the following
right thing to do about the futureis Chiefs are finally leaving for a bit
to buy U S. Savings Bonds of so-called sea duty: Guy R.
i; RIGHT WHERE YOU WORK i Chamberlain Stanley Kresowiak,
through the Payroll Savings Plan. Victor Mathieu and "Whitey"
'" \ Kemper We'll be her when you
I return Chiefs

Anniversary Affair Ss r Well Folkston had another one
filially. Chief Howell W Winderweedle -
e tied the knot with MLw

THE 50th> Anniversary of i Jeanne M. Conlee of Tampa. lor-
ida on the 13th of June We extend
the Hospital C o r p s was .
and fullest
> our deepest con.
celebrated in grand stvle gratulations to both of you.

last Thursday night at the Overheard in a recent conversation -

naval Hospital when personnel Barney Miller telling,
John Coxon he'll "do it" when
." 1 of both the Hospital
Coxon will. Chief :Miller you tet
and the Mainside Dispen- ter hurry cause Coxon is havinghis

saiv attended a gala party teeth looked at daily by you

, t and dance in the Hospital know woo!
Auditorium. One of the A few more "farewells." To
Chiefs John E. Fitzgerald, John
highlights of the evening
B. Jernigan, and Henry "Hank"
wa the appearance of Elmer Slender: smooth flying and a wry

Diddlewoody, one of good tour of sea duty, gentlemen .

V"'s the first bluejackets to enlist 4 !

!"r:: in the Corps fifty years % Golly, Johnny Fitzgerald mad
::4y rTscx sure his beautiful Grace would be
ago. (Top) Diddlewoodv' his last Saturday. He present

!lta," (he really was Daniel 1'aI )'- her with a very beautiful engagement

lor) relates a few of his x ring to seal all doubts. They

I,1-' experiences to the crowd ; will be married here within the
next eight months. A very good
while Chief Blown and Lt. match-they make a handsome

:r Robert Luckie ply him with

:f questions (Right) The pair.GAZING AROUND THE CLUBTo

':' dance floor at the height the tune of "Four Leaf Cover

.:, Chief and Mrs. E. E. Et-
of the affair, is crowded
.,., ter left dear old Jacksonville.
with rnerrymakeis. Etter's address will be China from

IL here on in We'll certainly missI
I the couple God speed and a quick
---- ---
reunion for both of them.

SUCCESS STORY To the clinking of glasses, Chief
: Around The I'' Dottle King also left Jacksonvillefor
civilian life. Her party included -

Japanese-American Girl Interned During some pretty faces: Mary
'I App DeLois Jones and Irene Delaney -


:'it.:: DispensaryJ i War, Now Ensign In U. S. Navy ,Nurse CorpsSEA Pachter Rump.: ,both Dorothy Kay from Bothell Zielin Miami, ,Hermiivi, Helen Betty


WELCOME ABOARD: A smile. Mueller, Helen Armstrong and
& bow to Lt. Deon Cole I NC) who I ( ) As a culmination When war with Japan broke hospital to hospital, that she was Muriel Hamilton. We believe a good

relieves Lt. (jg) Carrie Jane of years of studying dreaming out, Ensign Tmgawa was placed accepted by Saint Barnabas hospital time was had by all.
Webb Miss Cole comes to us from and hoping Yoshiko Tan- In a detention camp with others and received her diploma asa I A well-deserved salute to Chief
\I of Japanese ancestry as a precau- nurse. Rex Jackson for his
F the e. S. Naval Hospital Mate wellmanagedbingo
T.. Island Vallejo) Calif. Mighty igawa is tiiv the only, Jaiwnes tionary measure by the g'overn-\\ Since she was only 20 at the nights. It is a lot of hard

I' close to Tampa, :Miss Cole >Amenta!! of fuel' in the ment It was here that she beganher I time!', she was unable to enter the work but Rex seems to enjoy it.

t d; HE HAS RETURNED: Dr. T'nited States Navv.'T. long journey to a degree in I Navy :Miss Tamgawa obtained (Continued on Page 8)
[ Robert L. Bauer returns to us nursing. She completed high practical experience and added to ;
upon his completed term at the --- ----- school in the paper-covered barracks I her nursing knowledge by workIng I English a veteran of 35 years In
that served school at the Veterans Administration
as a
Naval School of A'iatlOlMeJIt meia I the profession, comme'nttthat
bUilding. hospital in Minneapolis while
Pensacola. Glad
to see vou to reach the min- Ensign Tanigawa is "a very cap
back Doctor Following her release! from the waiting Navy's
20 months later, Miss Tan- imum age requirement. able nurse." I
It is a real pleasure to intruclu--: amp I
4 the following new personnel 1 at igawa moved from her Roseville. Ensign Tanigawa is now on dutyin The proud young nurse says
, the Sick Bay: Leslie Hewe't. JiHMJ r'ahf.. home to Minneapolis. ).[Inn.o the medical ward of Long Beach "I only hop to prove myself
; John R. Vanderho\er, HM2 I was here, after travelling from Naval Hospital Chief Nurse Sue worthy."'
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both from the Naval Medical ('l"n-
ter. Bethesda, Md., Edward E SCOUTS GET PHYSICAL EXAM III

Madden, JIM, another bug baser:
from Camp Lejeune, N. C.. PorterS.
Decker, Jr., HM1, and Richard
E Ryan. HAfl, also mad for bugs. '
A good hand shake to all of you 'T.
S' and here's hoping we can get together -

often. I :
k Out flowery WAVE Fern MHolmquest .
HM1, will be a marI'I
tied woman come the third of

July The affair will take place in I
Norfolk to a certain Naval Aviator J shOOtcfai
Miss Holmquest will be then
released: from active duty come the s
,
r-. eighth!! of July. Good luck on YOU If S .Vavy Photo e
" corning cruise, lady.A .
ENSIGN Yoshiko Tamgawa, U. S.Navy .
get well quick to Charles M x ,
g
Crimes HN who is receiving Nurse! Corps is shown aboveat ,

.. treatment at the Naval Hospital. work in ward of Long Beach
We are awaiting, your return (Calif.. Naval Hospital. KnaignTttnijtawa \ i

buddvITNSACOLA, in the only nurse of Japanese 3
. -- 1 ancestry in the U. S. Navy 5 i
AM) JXCIMUAN I ; -
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Overcoming such obstacles as /
(,'OLFKItS; j| a i ,
being of Japanese descent and ,
I'LAY HERE SATURDAY being interned, Miss Tanigawa k ,

..Vtfeiiman! civilian l golf studied!, received her high school J .
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UHIIII< from >AS IVnsiuolii uillJourney diploma, and entered training q. \
"." to NA* Jan Saturdayto : She decided to become a nurse inMarch .:' ., ,
match t utroKe ullh 16 IoU'I'I I 1941 following the deathof ., .
her father during whose .. z ,. t .e ',
civilian golfers oil the station peri -- -"- -- "-" --"- -
link I i! iil ot hospitalization Ensign Tan ONE: Ol Tilt I'lliST THINGS the Scouts did last Sunday after reporting aboard was to pro.
The first round of play U exINMted I igawa had ample opportunity to i.('t't! to then assigned barracks for the physical e xammation, Two Jacksonville: : civilian doctor who
to get underway at _()- I I observe the duties of a nurse from volunteered their rvicea for the ocrasiou: examined all the boys as they checked In during the day.
pro 11 mate ly 0830. I 'i which she gained !a high reOllct: Once it was determined that they: were phvficallv fit the S outs w*:-r;> ready:: to begin their + etionQack'd
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Heart>, oh ve men, and l'

listen to what seven women's Friends: I would like to say 'thanki I

sharp and witty tongues hato! ; you," for the gifts and money we
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nay. The question: Are American received. I want you to know that L a s 1 '
women a factor and do
necessary the quick shower touched us nearly
they have as much light to be in ; as much as the loss of our

the business world as the men ?" home, Sincerely, Mary Markham,
Gloria Psota: "Madame Curie a Shop No 742"

great scientist and a business I -
Personnel and Admlnl..tratlonby -
woman who discovered radium 1 )
Dot Dickson-We have a
only by perseverance, hard work,
quaint artist in our office, Lt
and study, has that women
proven (jg) Sweat, and it seems that
to the business
are
necessary she's working out of her rateShe's .
,
world. and are equal to men in intelligence -
," r i making a lamp out of wood.
in the shape of a bowling ball
Mary Daniel: "Yes, the American -
Mrs. Hutchinson won't be with
woman has gotten smart independent -
us next week, so, for all, I'll say
and selfsupporting.Sixteen .
I that we are going to miss her and
million of them hold
Jobs
wish her loads of luck as a
and 46 per cent of these are mar- "
"Housewife, :Maximum
1"led-so U. S. gals just don't have
I Where was column last
your
to take and t
a pawing pushing
week, Spurlock ? P y Ya .
around by the lordly male. The
Mr. Warren went frolicking to
trouble today is that men are ItI
Charleston last week-end.
polled. They have had things
Doris White is going to Kansasfor
their own way so many centuries
her vacation. Have a good ,
that the American woman's smart i
time, Doris.
self-interest is hard for them to |I
j Lt. Harper has been on leave
take without sulking. (How I
for ten days.
THIS statement ? ) '
about boys
Tiny Symasek: "We are still I'| Planning Uh'Illonby'ynona

upholding woman's suffrage. The Sprulock \V. understand that
,I 1 Leo Duncan Is called "Nature
reason women are vital to production -
is not only do they produce I Boy" nowadays Is that right,

at home, but it also takes ONE Leo-er-ah-Nature Boy?,

woman to UNDO what TWO men I Sunny wishes to thank every-
do WRONG!" one for the lovely flowers sent to I TWO FORMER INDUSTRIAL Relation Officers are keeping up with the latest Industrial Re.

Caroline Driggers: "Just don't her while she was ill. She says lations techniques as they undergo their annual two weeks of active training duty here at NAS. Lt.

think women are necessary In a'' her home looked more like a huge Comdr. Philip A. Hoche, former IRO at Corpus Ch rlsh, right and Lt Comdr. Harry K. Spoo, former

man's working world Take Engineering flower garden. IRO at Holtsville, California, center, standing, look over some recent NCPI changes with A O. An.

I can just see Mr. Mrs. Ferguson is now a grandma derson NAS Civilian Personnel Officer. seated, and J, W Carson, Personel Administrator.
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Howard answering the telephone ( no comment). Congratulations ear

and running everytime Comdr. I from all of us. No Need To Take j INSIDEPUBLIC
Fischer buzzes: can see him tak- One particular romance has me

ing dictation, too, with that Cig- worried and wondering just howit SUPPLY
ar in his mouth. Mr. Littlejohn is going to utrn out-if it does. Typist Exam Again WORKSWell

types a beautiful letter; Mr. Pu- Tish, tish Dot don't you know ife

lignano could cut the stencils; and I that I don't have to name names DALLIES Says Commission j \ as Is the custom of this.

Jack Silver and Charlie Olden for people here in the A&R to column to bring its readers, if any,
know who I meant by the reference Applicants for the current
ran cut their elates. That's- about : the latest news, views, and
all there is to it80 -let'sHi to the -er-"Bumper" episode stenographer examination Mho pre
home, girls." I I i attained eligible ratings u typ- views, the facts have been obtain

Lucille Wells: "The more pennies As to my mysterious handsome iI I BREAD AND BUTTER. A mul- fists since March 1946 will not ed on the rumored move of certain

that jingle-jangle in ye ole 'blonde-and I also refer to the remark titude of credits belong to the host ; be required to take the typist naval activities from this area to

family till, the more all can have i' of "WOLF" at the beach the of individuals and firms whose I section of the examination. It other places. Senator Claghorn,

and do. and the sooner some degree -' other day I haven't told him contributions in effort and mer- was revealed In a Fifth Civil whom we contacted last night by

of financial security and leisure : that I would definitely marry him Service Region Circular Letterreceived carrier pigeon (nonunion), stated
is attained. Other duties more on the Fourth of July-Maybe I chandise made the dance and by the Industrial Ite I that he himself was working on a

pressing, a woman can't go outof won't have to, eh, Jim ? beauty pageant last Friday nightan lations Department List week. plan to move all Navy shipyards

business, but if she can and I It seems that Jim Verill "Ag- outstanding success. Primarily, This ruling, a deviation from inland for better national security.This .
of course, a million thanks to past regulations, teas adoptedto
does all her includes the
profit by so doing. gravatin' Verill", I am told will proposal trans
I am for all leaning to and forg- now be lost, for they have moved those eleven beauty queens whose allow a more economical 01"| fer of the Brooklyn Navy Yard
sparkling appearance made the eration and to expedite stenographer -
ing ahead. the juke out of the cafeteria and Waycross, Ga., with a canal
selection of one by the judges a examination since the
Beverly L. Nolan: "I sincerely -'he will no longer be able to play for launching purposes through
difficult task. Their cooperationand demand Is now exceeding the
believe a woman can and should I "Baby Face" and other sentimental Jacksonville to the Atlantic necessitating
genuine good-fellowship to- available supply, the letter
work, if possible, so that in later -: numbers for his many girl ward the contest director and to- stated. the use of Jacksonville a.
she and her friends. an auxiliary shipyard. The Senator -
years family can
ward each other made the affair
Anyone who has already made
hve a life full of comforts. Financial did state, however, that Ohio
i fun and an occasion to remember an eligible\ / rating as typist and
had claim the
security is a. fine feelingto a pretty strong on
pleasantly. Our thanks go to Purcell's who desires! to take the stenographer -
have in old age, and many married InspectingThe proposed move, and its claim
for bathing suit examination I
exquisite ; only
may
attain that I seemed to be getting stronger. So
couples only can
Duval Jewelry, for the trophy; do so by filing Form 5000Al'lwith
if don't
worried
goal if both are working. Thewife's I you were before
the Lobster House, for the two the Director 5th I*. S. '
check should stop now.Around.
be clear
to
pay
full-course dinners; to Chez Le Civil Service H'Klontlal1ta, I Iia.
save or buy a home. Mar, for the hairstyle and manicure ( ., indicating/ h \t it it for the Dl'parUnent-Jt'nnie
Reporter: "Since early cave- Inspectors ; and to Fitzpatrick Florist, the stenographer/ exam (111)1'1'- I Kopec is vacationing in a little
man days, women have worked town up "Nawth" called\ New
contributed the
who lovely presen- on reporting/ for the examination -
side by side with their men and Ity Helen Hurnette tation of dozen red York She wanted to see the Em-
bouquet a car- candidates imi>t furnisha
proved themselves indispensable' to All good things come to an end nations. Firms who contributed notice of rating/ sheet! sliou- pire State Building which we hear,
mankind. In tests, they have proven and this old saying holds true for I door prizes included: Fletcher'sRestaurant ing that they hate passed the I is almost as tall as the Barnptt

themselves equal to men in I. Q. the Inspection Department, also. I, pint of Lansdowne typist examination: since 6 National Bank here. Tom Andieii

integrity and adaptability. With It is with mingled feelings of regret Reserve; the Florida Theatre, two March 1916 in addition to their was seen heading for the Bea'hes

the expansion of Industries and a I and pleasure that we of the | theatre tickets; Furchgott's, the admission! ('a rd. over the week-end. Mr. Andreuwas
great future ahead for America, I Inspection Department bid our novel retractable ball-point fountain not alone. Mr. Lindgren is on
the women are necessary" I skipper that he is Cola ': leave attending the wedding of his
goodbye-regret : pen; R-C Company, two those ihythmamacs, Aubrey Wilson -
Accessories Hhision-by Jerry leaving and pleasure that he is cases of R-C Cola; and your own 1 and Glamour Gal Lorene Ca- daughter Lt. Comdr. Barnard is

Nettles-Wonder how much longer getting good duty. Glad to have ;, welfare fund, the $2 cash prize bier. Unexpected, the singing of back from a trip to the rainy

Barry's station wagon will served with you, "Boss", and hap- (surprised, Kay?) The second Glamour Gal Georgia Montalto. country--California. The girls in

last ? It looks as if the time is py landings! | prize of a set of three Sterling I Super-twosome on the dance floor Design & Engineering have unanimously -

near, but it still shakes, rattles, Chief Mathieu, you just missed i Silver salt and pepper shakers ] -Chuck Hawkins and wife. Also voted Mr. -McCuIly\ as

and rolls, huh, Barry ? that farm didn't you ? ? ? Oh, well, j I was donated by Cohen Brothers I unexpected R. Hill's pratt-faM.\ being the most gallant man in .i\

Woody Erwin was supposed to maybe when your tour of sea dutyis j Department Store. Individuals Spur girls: Vjona, Townsend, Sadie their division. Let this be a lesson

be painting his house while he up, the farm will be waiting! I connected with the dance and pa- Sheffield. Cleo Peterman, Lola to the rest of youse guys Doc.

was off last week. Wonder if he I Chief H W. Winderweedle said, geant who donated time, ability II Lyons, and Thelma Coleman. FeelI I "Esquire" Melsheimer threw his

did. since his wife was out of I "I do" to that certain one on I lor effort (among many others) ing no pain: Irvin Tate. Keeping pencil out the window Mondayand

town ? Did you see George 13 June in Folkston Georgia. Con- were: Mr. Driver, of the Mayflower time on the elevator -- Gestapo took off on a well-earned vacation -

Cochran tearing his hair out (what gratulations to you happy love I' who gave us the use of two Agent Harper (they tell him). Mr. Holmes is the capable

hair?) at the cafeteria last week i birds. : special rooms for the contestants; I Loudest bowtie: Aubrey Wilson gent left in charge of Doc's unit.

because he didn't get coffee with We welcomed one newcomer to D. L. Dicks and H. L. Steyerman Missed much-Mary App, the 12th Connie Hecht should pass out

his 27-cent dinner? Decker the department this past week- I who conceived and constructedthe I I contestant, whose sudden leave cigars--she's an aunt, thanks to

Smith is sporting around in a Chief E. J. Plocher. who came to showcases for the prizes; Clem called her out of town' Phil her brother's new-born baby boy.

later-model car now, a '42 Chevrolet -: us from Bermuda Chief Plocher is Boatwright, who lent us his mag- : :Meyers announces plans are al- I Mr. Bailey is back at work after

Not bad Joe Mead is assigned to the Aircraft Overhaul nificent voice for the show; Joe ready being made for a late October -I' training duty with the Army at

better known as "Nature Boy" i Group where, we hope, he will en- Griffith, who did the superb pos- dance which will be in costume -, MacDill Field. Miss Wewer is assisting -

from now on. Why, Joe ? Betty joy his duty. ter; Lt. Sanders and his staff at I and decorated dance hall. Design & Englnenng in the

Henderson's daughter was married I Jimmy Day says he wants to the Photo Lab, who gave us time I i Just keep it in mind and you'll stenographic unit until the return

in her home last Friday eve- I be sure he can qualify for some I and pictures both before and during hear more about it later Mayflower I from leave of Virginia Walpole.
ning. The bride was given a show- I kind of position- he's the contest and Roof '
striking ; special I again. We knowed Sorry to report that Bill Trues
sby Mrs. Grundman last week for yeoman, or could it be clerk- thanks to Art Greene and his staff it, we knowed it all the time. dale's condition is not good enough

And a nice time was enjoyed by all. 'I typist ? for the swell layout appearing in That durned elevator got so hot I to report his return for an indefinite

Our two vocalists in the Instrument I Mr. Brosky, you forgot to learnto I this issue. The judges themselves making its two trips a day (one period yet Ethel HuffmanIs

Shop are J. Simpson and dive, didn't you? Mr. Cole and I I did a swell job of impersonal judgIng I i, up and one down) that it burnt also ill Geff Mlms says he shot

C. Diesner. Jack tries to sing like Mr. Brosky went fishing recently I and conforming to the rules up. During the fire-fighting fun, misses her from his Job Order

Crosby and Charles like Roy the boat hit a snag, and Bros- implicitly. They were Jay Brauer, !I Hartley Steeves noted that it was Unit J. H Dixon is vacationingin
Acuff. It's hard to tell which one I ky hit the waterSPERLASHflat I who suggested the contest; Mike the first time he had ever heard a the cool mountains of North

Js doing the best singing. Ask on his back. I r Cascone Employees Services di- fireman ask for a key to a door-- I Carolina Tony Martinez is spend

rome of the people who have to Chief Walter Tomaszewskl was I I rector; Art Greene, Editor of Jax with an axe in his hand! Hartley ing a week In dear Old Alabama,. ,

hear it all day. discharged last week'e under- I Air News, Comdr. Humes, Supply I advised Scottie to hide when the '; the corn pone and chltlin' country, .,

Vacations: Sarah \I. going to stand he plans. to ship over in his Skipper; and Roy Kilcrease, audi- ambulance corps arrived or they and that's what he likes about

Georgia, and John Moore to Tennessee home state, New Jersey We will tor at Jacksonville Coach Company might throw a pulmotor him I the South Cathy Johnson is in

Thompson, our inspector all miss having you with us Chief. There were so many others they didn't know he'd been look- Pennsylvania on leave, and Geff

takes time off for a trip I From all indications, the Inspec- who'helped out that it is impossible ing that way for a week Bill Mims returned from a week in
to N. Y. to visit his parents and : tion Department will be "hard-hit" to include them all, but the Coby advises that the tournament Williston, Florida ( Where's my

who else, Thommie ? ? ? Wa- I in the next sea-duty transfer, as it opportunity must not pass with- j' is by no means confined to men- : leave application blank ? ) Sam

terman la back after being with i is anticipated that the following II'II'i out two special appreciations ladies are invited to play in that, Graham says the PW Supervisors'Club

the Army Reserve in Tampa for i men will be "sailing, sailing": I ing expressed, one to the be-I' golf match also-same rules ap-t which had a deep-sea fishIng *

two weeks. It seems as if It were J. H. Booth AMC; R. C Drouin, I II Entertainment Committee and the I plying. Betty Sted has already en- r party recently in which several -

vacation, more or less Ruckvnan I ADC; W. M. Dee! AMC: C A. other to you Supplyers, yourselves tered Why not more ? Caught members became sea-sick \t.

and Bostic are enjoying two I Ingle, ADC; F N. Johnston, ADC; I Your co-operation and thoughtfulness the dancing-team act of Louis going to try again Saturday.

'week with the Florida National S. H. Kresowiak, AMC: V,, A. I brought enjoyment not only I II Patxot and his lister at the Hin-I That's a hardy crew

Guard at Municipal No I, What Mathieu, ADC; R. W. Stradley, I to yourselves but to everyone who Ion recital last Saturday They I --- ... .-

life boys. J ADC; J. J. Sutton ADC; and R. J I attended.! I were M I'OOd that they may have 'f a 'wo-wuk Mt'\. 'by U>t tin* yeaY
CARD Of.; THANKS ''TCll1JJ B. Woodward, AMC. I SIDE S11OW. meet bow were Contract to daMe in Mi Iami 'Jo* I ra4 thie,



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THE LONG-AWAITED NAS Supply Dance, held last Friday night at the Hotel before the decision is announced They are, left to right, Mary Murphy, Sadie Mur-

Mayflower Roof, was termed, by those who attended, the most successful Supply I phy, Sue Adams, Georgia Montalto, Joyce Cowart Lorene Cabler, Lucelle Wood,
Kay Rozar, Ophelia Sapp, Lila Greene, arid Ellen Griffls. I Lower Center) The five"judges
affair ever held Highlight the was the Contest to select the best-
of evening Beauty
I Jay Brauer of the Station Photo Lab who suggested the contest, Michael
looking girl in Supply. The nominations were made by the employees themselves, and I, Cascone of Employee Services, Arthur M. Greene of the Jax Air News, Comdr R. M; '

the final selection was made by a group of five judges. Based on the reports around I Humes, Supply Officer, and Roy Kilcrease of the Jacksonville Coach Company, give
the department this week, next year's dance is being eagerly anticipated. (Left) Ellen the contestants the once over as they file by ({Right) Miss Griffis receives the gold

Griffis, winner, holding some of her many awards, poses with Bob Robertson, contest loving cup from Comdr. Humes. In the inset at left is first-place winner Ellen Griffis;

;r ... director. (Top Center) The eleven contestants line up In front of the bandstand just in the right inset is Joyce Cowart, second place winner.
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/: Mackie, senior naval aviator in Air ForcesContinued

\' fJeekencl(4nq the group, reports that during the
Jr 14-day period the pilots averaged ( uom Page 1)

yr I 54.7 hours of syllabus flying each has pierced the sonic banier In

7f/4 f Notes and 13.4 hours of ground train- level flight.
All hands pitched in to boost
.. ing. The XS-1 is a tiny plane, comparatively *
'> fromMARTU night flying hours < 18 hours of
- By Jean O' ryant, I'Nl night flying a year is required of with a wing span of
all organized squadron pilots) with I only twenty-eight feet It is thir
a
They no news is good newsY :
: say the net result that each pilot aver- ty-one feet Jong, eleven feet high
and that's just what we've I -r aged 12.8 hours during the same and has a recorded empty weightof
4i been having. No news but it's period. Lt. A. W. Harriett, with I 4,892 pounds.

] all good. After all the bickering I (This "'4141.I..'. column U drvotrd (. P-MI.56 6, the multl-tnr in patrol the help of Chief Walter Launched }'rom29
about the Women's Armed Service ron lit x.41TL'-I'd/: ) __ 'ClUld-1 in Gamble'l
a course ,
Bill, we finally have won out. :I Hitting On All Six-As of: our week-end Naval Air Reserve training squadron gave members during his two Like a tiny parasite, the plane'is

i' They should have given up long', last drill week-end, VP--ML56 was ; weeks aboard. launched for its high-altitude

ago after all, the ladies usually ;: only three men short of having Squadron Scramble Word !' speed runs from the belly of a
its filled. ,We're not I Cooling Off-We're hoping B-29. The 8,000 pounds of fuel for
end up having the last word, I complement reaches the sharp ears of our reporter -
no matter what. Now, all of the ,: bragging, but we wouldn't be surprised that H. C. Ragsdale is in and hoping that on our next its rocket motors lasts only two
I drill week-end we'll be able to three minutes the
if our squadron was completely or despite fact
gals are busy wondering when it I line for another income tax reduc- I
st' will be time to ship over, and"Where I I filled up by the time this tion. Yes, sir, on June 18th an I II hold our ground classes in Build- that the fuel weighs almost twiceas
week's edition of the Jax Air : ing 158, that super-air conditioned much as the plane.
., do we go from here" is I eight pound boy arrived as a welcome 1I -
Avia-
where the NARTU :
the most popular conversation News goes to press. When you; consider I addition to the family. H. C. building I The theoretical speeds the :XS-1
'I that we're only three men tion Technical Training Depart- is to attain is breath
topic. Mary Mitchell says she is' can hardly wait until he receives supposed
going to be the pioneer WAVE togo I short out of a complement of 121 ''his next paycheck to check on ment will soon be located. Next taking Imagine going 1,000 miles
aboard ship, but that remainsto billets, you have to admit that the additional cash that he land : drill, by the way, will be the weekend per hour at 40,000 feet, or 1,700

r, i be seen. Word has it that some there was a bit of hard work and :I not Uncle Sam) will get C, of 10 and 11 July. Maybe if : miles per hour at 80,000 feet-if
all spirited recruiting behind it all !I the ground school isn't ready by can.
of the other Chiefs are readyto Mackie and J W. Baumgardner you
then, we can still look forward to
go a sailing, too. You just can't Because of the voluntary nature of I were notified this week that they I Operational information con
; hold back these ole salts. 'our program, we're all pretty are to receive Air Medals. Neither -: using it on our two weeks of active -I'ceming the plane is a closely
i I training duty which will run
I II
proud. We believe his high ratingis will Most of us'
why secret and
All of the short timers should say guarded Secretary
I from 17 to 30 July Speakingof
:' be a testimonial to the value of get teed off at the weather occasionally Symington advised that "publica
1 happy dischargees by press- I I II beat, does anyone know how I I
:, .. time this week, so that leaves i I I but the guys who are Lt. Epperson keeps his cocker tion of further details of per
;, 1'r' just the gals who intend to stay are out wandering again. "Ma" I in our squadron are fortunte in i spaniel pups coot in this weather? formance of this airplane: or oth
Lmdgren and Andy Anderson took that we can do something about I under test the
"
,::, around for some time. We will Doug has an array of some of era similarly by
u .- no doubt, just get all settled in off on a flyin' leave to Minnesota; : it. It so happens that two U. S. the neatest spaniel pups in this i Air Force cannot be authorizedfor

;r .. separate rooms and have all the Helen Nowicki and Harriet Prim- I Weather Bureau office men came area, being a thoroughbred fan- reasons of national security."

.4 f conveniences of home when a new mer are heading up Canada way, down to work at Jacksonville's'Municipal cier and breeder from away bacltDon't The Secretary said however,
f and Fern Holmquest will soon be Airport and, even before
of ex-WAVES will come that material would be released
'0 group forget, we'll see you
I 1 ;j:,: charging: in that's s'trictly regulations 'off to Norfolk to be married. I they went househunting, they at the Florida Beauty Pageant at as coon as possible, adding that
\'i know and the I "Boots" Hardin just returned I just had to come on out to i the
.," you Jax Beach this Saturday and the designs were being
more the merrier. As it is now, from a fast trip to Key West, NARTU and sign on with VP- : big NARTU Anniversary Splash 'development of still nitre for

when a few of the gals take off Chris DeRoach returned from I ML56. So, if any of you lads I Party at the indoor pool on Sunday I I ward-reaching types of plane,
for the evening, those of us left Massachusetts just in time to get ': aren't particularly fond of the And remember, bring the I tentatively known as XS-2 and

wander around like Cloe. I discharged, and even yours truly I sultry weather we've been having wife! j. XS-3.
has been up North to see how the of late, come around to Hangar --
We must take time here to wel-
other half lives. I 113 and read the riot act to R S. _
come a new member of our clan."Spooks" SHY GUY
Another welcome is due for the Shearton, AG2, and Lt. A. Schuy-I
is the latest addition, I opening of our WAVES' pool. ler. But don't let them start talk- ., ; '
and the lovable little black cockerupanlel
I Now those of us under six: feet ing before you do or you'll have to ..- ?
has made hit with
a big
tall can relax: knowing that there I listen for an hour or two on whys
all hands even Schenley showsno I
I is a bottom to the thing. Swimming the junior birdmen in VP get absolutely -
resentment. Betty Hyslop is lessons, softball games, ten- the best weather brief-
the owner wonder if her life I
I
nis matches, and croquet games ing in the world
will take a different trend since right on rollin', and our athletic -]
kept
Remember what Xew Squadron Kxec.-Lt. T. W. 3 3sx
acquiring a dog.
gals even got their picture 3f
Ray is our new squadron execu-
?, t happened to the gals who invested f
? in "All Hands" magazine Maybe tive officer, replacing Lt Comdr.
in the collie
pups '
I the Navy is a wee bit proud of its Moore. Lt. Ray's first combat duty

ii Some of our wandering WAVES female members. after all : was with Torpedo Squadron Nine
--- -- -- -- which operated off the USS Essex

TENNIS CHAMP JOINS IHTARTU He next found himself aboard the

jeep carrier, USS Solomons, as
assistant air officer and then was

lucky enough to get back to his

native Florida with an assignmentto
the PV school at Boca Chica.

That choice Florida duty didn't

last very long, though and our
.
w Wr boy, Ray, soon found himself with ...,

VB 132, operating from North

Africa (without even a chanceof
r getting close to the Casbart) :

Ray come home from that tour, !
was separated from the naval
r': serVice, and then flew with Trans-

World Airlines for a year. Those r:,.
: who know him best say that VP-

VIL56 has every reason to be proudof

f Na, .rte .. its new exec and we're sure that
all squadron personnel wish him T V1

r the very best on his new assignment -
..., .
I --- -
flatting Al"tJUncl--Nine pilotssix ALTHOUGH HE LEAPED UP on a table when approached by

ground officers, and a large Pat Reel, Miss Jacksonville Beach of 1917 and official hostess for

.. .m _. ---..-..- number of enlisted, personnel just I the Florida Beauty Pageant which will be held this week-end at
r JOHN LARNERD MUNOZ, Duval County Men's Singles Tennis completed 14 days of active train- the Beaches, Gene Lumley, PN2 at NARTU, was finally corneredby
Champion in 1947, joined the Naval Reserve Training Unit here ing duty. Lt. Com dr, Doug Ep the Beauty Queen. All Fat wanted to do was to Invite Gene to

its a stationkeeper last week. He Is shown above receiving his orders person, inspector-instructor for the special "Splash Party" at the indoor pool Sunday commemorating -

from Lt. Comdr. B. R. Bartlett, NARTU Personnel Officer, The the squadron, said that everyonedid II the 2nd anniversary of the Naval Air Reserve. Contestants from
tennis ehamp will carry tht local Navy colors Oil to the courts I a good job and accomplished the '"Miss Florida" contest will appear at the party to vie fo* i

this. season M a member of ,tb varsity. Upnis. team a phenomenal amount of work NARTU squadron honors. J
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I Fliers Trip Pensacola Twice To Snap Losing Streak. i



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ON VICTORY TRAIL AGAINThe Doll And VbittenHurl

NAS Flier baseball nine snapped out of its losing streak
Saturday and Sunday by turning in its best performance of the
ar4ttfs season to sweep a two-game NATAC series from the Pensacola Jax To Winsin
Goslings at Mason Field. Pitchers' Ward Whitten and Red Doll of ,
.f+ aW the Fliers both went the distance, giving up only nine hits between
them in 18 innings of play. (Upper left) John Bieneman, Flier right NATAC Meets
fielder, gets set to take a cut at the ball in the second inning of
: k Saturday's clash while Gosling catcher John Melvin gets ready to
(
make the catch. The umpire is Bert Maxwell. ( Lower left)Ward i By Doug Crocket

Whitten. Flier pitcher, I partially obscured) crosses the plate with I The NAS Flier baseball r
the second Flier tally while catcher Melvin awaits the throw from nine broke its seven-game
the outfield Number 5 is Bill Crane I Below' ) John Bieneman of
losing streak with a vengeance
the Fliers dashes bark to first base just in time to avoid getting
picked off by the pitcher The Pensacola first baseman is Sam Saturday and Sunday
Cohen' at Mason Field by pinningtwo

l successive defeats on' the

Pensacola Gosling; aggregation -

:- :. : +. b 5-1 and 9-1. Two laig

.. and enthusiastic crowds saw
WardVhitten turn back the

F .: ?act visitors with only two hits on

Saturday and then watched

lied Doll l scatter seven Gosling -

hits to give the Fliers

I their second straight NATAC

I victory.
Following the Pensacola clashes -
the Fliers hit the road for a
+ a V t ; i week. They were slated to tangle
I with the Whiting Field squad

I Tuesday and Wednesday and (then
"ionic to grips with the Parris
Island Marines today and tomor
AP
4 rowThe
next Flier home appearance
is scheduled with the Jacksonville
Terminal nine at Mason Field

; Tuesday. Later next week: the
McCaffreymen will play a two-

", '. game series with the Camp Lo.
jeune nine, also at Mason Field.Filer .
'" "* Trounce (iimling-

,' The stilled bats of the NAS
< I Fliers come to life once mON
Sunday afternoon at Mason Field

..,. n. when the local horsehiders hammered -
,- I two Pensacola. pitchers for'
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nine hits and nine runs to take! a
I 9-1 victory. Red Doll went all the

I NAS Softballers Drop Two MoreThe I I way for commanding Pensacola. the Fliers safeties the scatteringseven situation.and always -


I NAS Jacksonville drew first
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NAS aultball nine con- --
Sargent the verdict out Frank Torrey singled and blood in the second inning when
tinued its run of hard luck Jack Cole, Sargent hurler, was stole second Frank Retrieve followed Week Of 7 July Set I John Bieneman drew a free D i.K.
last week when it dropped two handed an early lead in the, first through with another safety, went to third on Jerry Hoaa-
close decisions to the Jacksonville inning when his mates combinedone scoring King, and then he, too For Sudden-Death flook's sharp single to center
Police Department and single, a walk, and a fielder's stole second base. But Retrieve and then. scored on a wild throw
choice for one run. But he could I j died on second as the Sargent center by Jack Melvin Gosling catcher.
the Seat Cover nines. I
Sargent not hold his advantage as NAS fielder robbed Dick Svejkov- Softball Tourney Pensacola scored its only tiS'y'
To date the local squad has I opened the last of the first inning !II sky of a sure single with a diving of the game in the third to knot
gained only two victories out i by hammering two tallies across I catch of a low line drive. I A sudden-death softball tournament ',the count on two singles, a walk

of nine starts, a not-too-im | the plate to take a shortlivedlead. I Fliers How to Police open to all personnel, and an error but the Fliers vaulted
'
back into the lead in the lat
pressive record and the The Fliers also dropped a game will be held the week>
regular during of 7 the
j In the second frame, Sargent earlier in the week when the it ter half of third frame. Visiting -
season slated to start in July, was announced by the Bill
sent the tying run scampering Jacksonville Police Department pitcher Angell allowed
July, is staring the team in across the plate only to see tiei gained revenge with a 5-3 victory. : Physical Department Training early and this Recreation week. Ac- Ralph Zem to single to center
Fliers the fore Earlier in the the Fliers and then Pete Kellner to line another *
the face. i surge to once more I season i cording to IT officials, the tour-
Against Sargent, Coach Ed in the latter half of the second I trounced the Police by a decisive nament will differ from regular one-base knock to right.
Carpenter saw his charges fight by scoring once. I score. I i intra-mural competition in the fact BIll Crane sacrificed, and then
I But with the Fliers leading, 3-2, The Police grabbed a one-run Howard Gates walked to fill the
to within an inch of a win, only to : that a man does not have to play :
lose the game, 6The tying run I in the fifth inning, the visitors got I lead in the second inning and were i for a team of his own activity. bases. Angell lost control then.
was on second base in the last of :i to NAS pitcher Ed White for two never headed after that. They I passing Ray Angelucci and John
the ninth when a brilliant fieldIng 1 runs to take a lead which theynever ': scored twice more in the third, | Managers of the squads are. already Bieneman to force in two runs, _.
the
play by the visiting center- relinquished. And, after once' in the fourth, and once in the scouring station in and Jerry Hosaflook skied to deep
scoring twice more in the seventh, I sixth. I search of talent. Though a few I j center field to score still another
fielder cut off the rally and gave 1 have to
I Sargent tried to coast in to the i The lone Flier rally came In the men agreed play on certain I marker.
nines, the tournament is still '
I victory. \ last of the seventh when Frank After scoring once more in the
Jack Harvey Honored j However, the Fliers trailing 6-3, Retrieve slapped a long round wide open ( fourth inning, the locals really
I going into the last of the ninth, : tripper to left with Doug Robertson Team managers wishing to fielda sewed up the victory for Doll in
y By Officers Wives :! had still other Ideas With two : base. softball outfit in the competition -, the sixth. Walks to Pete Kellner
'- --- have been urged to turn incomplete and Howard Gates, and a single
I rosters no later than 2 by Bill Crane loaded the hassocks -
Golf Group Sunday : WAVES Start Second Round Of July 1918. I and then Ray Angelucci
1 tied into one of Bell Kilgore's -
Jack Harvey, NAS golf pro, The only stipulation concerning pitcher
was honored with a gift ot appre- City Loop With Another Victory eligibility status is that members I offerings and drove it to
I deep right field for' to
ciation for his services by the Officers of the NAS varsity team may n.it a triple
Wives Golf Club at a luncheon I The NAS WAVE softballers, play in the station-wide tourney. l clear the bags. Angelucci scored
each of the third and fourth
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held at the Officers Club last winners of the first round of playin I cantos I when Jerry Hoaaflook groundedout

Sunday afternoon. the Girls' City Softball Loop, Women tennis players once to short.
Bill Crane stole hon-
Mrs. C. Dunn and Mrs C. C. opened the secdnd round Tuesday batting
I wore long skirts and straw hats ,
night with another shutout. The ors for the day, rapping out three
Gantt were awarded prizes for
and served underhand with
winning the Ladder TournamentI girls blanked the Viola Johns Mod- Locals Again Fail shaped rackets. pear- safeties in as many trips to the
sponsored by the 18 March els, 10-0, at the Brentwood diamond plate. Sam Cohen and Don Stowe
group .5
under the j To Take paced the losers with two bungles
: to 15 June.Bounding. I arcs. I Challenge A blind Hawaiian swimmer, : each.

p out the Sunday afternoon Ruth LaVere, sensational Navy King Nawahi, recently swam the Fliers Itrrak Streak
losing sWard
I luncheon, the group held mound ace, added another win to Trophy From TyndallAnother channel between Santa Catalina -Whitten led the NAS
her already long list of victories, Island and the California \
of officers
An election for the new I mainland Fliers from their
term. Mrs. A B. Smith was chosen giving up but six scattered. hits. i local attempt to take I' afternoon at Mason slump Field Saturday by turn- ......'
as the new president, Mrs C. The. local talent had another I the Tyndall Field-Jax-Navy Challenge ing in a masterful two hitter to
C. Cantt was named group secretary field day as they went on their Trophy fell 6 birds short with three other entrants beforehe drop, the Pensacola squad. !5-1'
and Mrs. M. H. Matzick merry way collecting 15 binglea of the mark at the Great Eastern could claim the number two Whitten locked horns with Gosling
was selected as the new treas- in the five-inning contest. The : Skeet Championship matches at spot hurler Vern DeMois in 'a seven-in-
urer. I Jones girls were the big guns for I Lordship, Conn., last Saturday i Chief Warrant CUes, another 'ning pitchers' duel but in the
In the "Bingo-Bango-Bongo" I local nine>. Winnie Jones collected and Sunday. The local disc-busters Jax-Navy shooter, came in with 'eighth, DeMois weakened and the
I
four safe blows in down 717 out of 750 birds I 136x150 to tie for third
match last Friday. Mrs C. Dunn {'I aji many trips I brought place locals clinched the verdict.
and Mrs. A. B. R. Smith took top 1 to the plate and Margaret Jones while their rivals cashed in on 723 II honors in the service individual Both teams garnered only one

honors when they came in with banged out three for three. I x750. I firing I hit in the first four innings of tin-,
14 points each Mrs. C. E Robertson |, The. Navy gals wasted no time Chief Bill Hartley, Jax-Navy The next skeet shoot scheduledfor lilt Whitten and DeMois nio.v .1.
wad runner]up with 13 points. taking a l lead early in the tilt gunner copped second plac honors the local skeetmen 14 the down opponents with amazing re; -
The group will meet again t<>- when they collected five tallies in i I in the service individual scoring '-, Southeastern Championships at ularity But to the first of tn-
.norrow morning in a blind six- the opening frame, three runs in I with 147 hit out of 150 the Jacksonville Gen Club 16 17, ,, fifth, Jim Haddock of FonsaraUI :
ao-! > \" ntest. the second canto, and one more In Hartley hl to fire a 8ho<>t-Ot and 18 July. ,I I I (Continued IMI Page 8)I




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Mermen -

Jox-Nuvy PorlicipolingIn -fl74e: -.



In Major Meet In Georgio


A trio of outstanding mermen from NAUTU will carry Jax-Navy spangles to the

Southern Peach Swimming and Diving Championships at LaGrange, Georgia, in a two-
day swimming festival that starts tomorrow at 1030.

Top amateur swimmers from the District of Columbia to South Texas will be vieing .

for honors with the Navy boys during the highly-competitive meet. .

----i Wanted One for the Softball
I EEI1iiS-i Most talented member of the backstop Varsity
AC AWARD Navy is Trindade, Team. This ad looks though it side tracked from
-- --- group Ray as were
; I Florida State AAU 3-meter div- the want ad column, but it wasn't. A present, the team
rL ing champ. Ray has been in college has two able receivers but one is due for transfer soon.
----lr competition since he was 14
: yeats old, when, against collegeaces : And by easy subtraction, only one will be left. So, if

,. _. ....;; ,; he became Junior Metropolitan you are interested, contact Chief Carpenter at Physical
(NYC) 1-meter diving champ. Training, Building 726, or call him at ext. !5193.III .
Trindade has also been selectedto I *
I dive for the Navy Olympic teamat III
I
the Olympic tryouts in Detroit The Jax Fliers came up with a find last week-end as AI
",-:,, .: :\ / Mich., 9 July In the Southern Lazaro took over the initial sack for the limping local base-
I
,
.' ,. ; Peach Meet tomorrow, Trindade ball nine. Lazaro though hitless in his first two contests,
:): : will enter the 100-yd. backstroke, I
-' and 3-meter diving came up with a couple of flashy fielding plays in the two-

I I week-end tits against Pensacola Ken Werner was seen
Another member of the team
r 'l will be Billy Clingenpeel, 220-yd. around the dugout in game uniform last week-end, and Flier

breaststroke runner-up in the fans may see him in action again before the season runs
\ :::1 Florida State AAU meet held at out.
( i the NAS Indoor pool last month *
I '. In 1946-47, Clingenpeel was Florida -
iL State High School l-r(ter diving A pair of old ears couldn't l believe what they heard
\ '.:' f champ Tomorrow morning. last Sunday as baseball fans at NAS finally caught fire

Billy will be the only Jax-Navy entry 'and turned on the Fliers' opposition with some of the
; in the 300-yd. individual medley heard. The
funniest jockeying ever taunts and jeers got
.: and he and Trindade will be
k :11. Jax entries in the 3-meter diving I the visiting ball club so rattled, they walked around for

.,,,:':\...." J Saturday afternoon, Billy Cling- ,; nine innings talking to them eh't's.
: enpeel will swim in the feature *
__ .. : event of the meet when he hits the I
m -- ---- ---- ---- on mnA
Week after week, a call has gone out for swimmers .
RELATE; rKKSENTATION of the NATAC award for the water in the Men's National Junior
needed to fill the vacant berths on the NAS tank team,
AAU breaststroke championship
moat outstanding contribution to the athletic program at NAS JackI I 220-yd I
Bonvlll during 1916 and 194;. was made to Mike Hernandez, A02, I and the response to these numerous requests was negJiI -
I by Comdr. F. J. Brush, Executive Officer in the Conference Roomof 'I' The last member of the Jax- gible. With the big splash season coming up over the
the Main Administration Building last week Hetnandez is Navy trio will be Jacksonville's horizon, it looked like NAS Jax would be forced to turn
best remembered by local sport fans for hn brilliant boxing displayed i 100 and 220->d. city freestyle down invitations for participation in major swimming events
on the NAS varsity mitt squad during those' years champion Charley Carroll. He will
this However NARTU NAS hand
helping
-- -- I be entered in the 100-yd freestyleand summer. gave a
440-yd. freestyle and will team when it stepped up with a trio of fine mermen. Now NAS

Round Robin Will Decide NAS up with Clingenpeel and Trindadein I will be represented in all aquatic meets this season. But
i the 300-yd, medley relay. I more are needed to round out the squad so military per-

,I This will be a good warm-up 'sonnel aboard NAS with swimming and diving ability are

-Softball ChampsSix coming meet for Naval the Jax Air mermen Training in Ath-the t urged to contact Lt. P. J. King in Building 726 or call

letic Conference Third Annual him at ext. !)!)3. .
in
scrappy intia-mural} Softball nines, the best
both the Blue and (!old Leagues, will swing into action Swimming Championships to beheld *

Monday afternoon on the station's softball J) diamonds in questof 15 and here 16 July.Radin in the. huge indoor pool Billy Clingenpeel Ray Tiindade. and Charley Carroll are

the NAS Jacksonville Jntra-muial Softball crown. The I I i the three NAUTU mermen who will represent NAS Jax in

top three teams in both leagues were selected to battle the Southern Peach Swimming Championships at LaGrange',

among themselves in a round-robin championship I Bows To I Georgia, tomorrow and Saturday. They are three of Jack.

The Marines led the Blue ------ sonville's most outstanding swimmers and should bring
League with a 13.1 record, followed nance and Gunnery, Gold Loop I Sherman In 7, 8, back plenty of honors to the station.ed .
the Dispensary squad. The second placer, and Inspection' the .I .
by ----- ---- ------ -
Assembly and Repair and Hospital!' No 3 team. 9 N. D. Playoffs in the first set, came back nament.I .
nines tied for third place with By Friday, the final ball will strong in the second. However I The NAS net team, consisting of
]0slait.s, necessitating a playoff have been thrown in the 1948 softball I Bobbv Radin, lone NAS Jax entrant when it looked as though the local 'Pete Flores, Ed Lewis, Bobby
game to decide the third place !season' and the crown will in the Seventh Eighth and 'I lad had the second set in his Radin Owen Williams Sterling
winner. The two teams met Tues- fall to the team with the best record -\ Ninth Naval Districts playoffs at grasp. Sherman turned on the heat Cranford and a newcomer, John
day afternoon with the Hospital' in the tournament.Final Pensacola, dropped a thriller to with terrific serves and some agile Munoz. will enter the Duval Coun-
notching a 4-2 victoiy. I standings: Bobbie Sherman of Pensacola last footwork which left onlookers ty Tennis Tourney which starts
These three will enter the fin- nine League! week, 6-1. 7-5, II I agog edging the NAS racketeer : Monday at the Riverside Tennis
als with NARTT', winners of the TEA: ( 1111\ LOST The local net star, almost blank- out in the best set of the tour- Club.
I Marines 13 1
Gold Loop with a 10-2 mark, Ord- DlspttnqrT 11 3

A&R hospital 10 10 4 4 Is It Legal Without A Hunting License?
I MOUND ACE = \T 4 10
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Volley-Ball To Be I r D


Revived At NAS As 4


Intra-Mural Sport I' ," .#
A. : The F/LIFR-S/ G AVE MAC.
v\ith the NAS intra-mural '
A QWIN FOR FATNf2S
softball league drawing to a closeat

y the end of next week, Physical :' :.; f OAV_ _. ._ ANO THE
Training officials have already be- :> : .. '. PI;k1SAC.OLA GOClt1uGS
for intramural
gun to make plans an I
a) sr. volley ball league for sta-'I' UAO To. PAY THRU THCI ,
,.
y.4 lion personnel.Intramural r-.J 0_ e:
I IgTf.at
olleball enjoyed
popularity! at NAS during WAitt WHr rt JKlNt3u4

the war vears, but following demobilization R$"
the sport dropped : TUG'HILI
out of the local limelight. On 12 ARC"
.W 4 that the white l re -
-'''''''''''-''-''' ''''''V'- """ July, it is expected r
'sKll'I'KIl MOsnt: : a.. NAS ball will be batted over the net''I % NAST
.Tax WAVE hurler who twirled in regularly scheduled play once'

a no-hit, no-run tilt against the more. G .
Southern Bell Accounting com- Persons' wishing to enter a team |I N Z lf20
bo recently at the Brentwooddiamond in the league should apply at :. Ali
her Physical Training no later than 9.Juh'
i demonstrates TNtS -
smooth! dellfor an Air News Onlv twelve men will be allowed SA7ux0AYt
Photographer Pared l by such: to' be listed' on one rosterat
pcrf01 mances on the mound the any time A Ret of rules) and '
locals have taken the first round regulations will be distributed to'
championship of the Jacksonville team managers at Bldg. 726 ont
'jirla Softball League > Wednesday, 7 July i



rage Eight JAX AIR NEWS 24 June 1948

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than 1000 Tuesday. h\t g. 30: : "
hxnttil) :Need span and "III sai't nice m .
1'OK t>.VI.Kf"lne these IU'ills, C'all Nasal exl :/!4NtKci I \. ,-, -, -- ,

chest of drawers 520, s.ee TI., : electric, range used eight, I
12.TOA Hmcotk St NAS. 111 nthx $8,). collapsible hjvpi 1 hobv t'
ThieOom house teeter l with hot carriage I In good condition. $2i:! (Can

water heater, butane gas stove, be seen at 2839 Remington, 01 phone I fAn
Mrs Chalker at 27017.
glass Insulation. recently' covered -
spun '
with aluminum and a new top. One bedroom suite: living iooni suite I amusing as well as infomt-
May be seen at Cherries Fishing extra bed and chest of drawers" I atibook THROW ME A
is
Camp located one mile below Oi- kitchen set with dishes. and an
tinge Park on Route 17, 01 auk foi Easy washing machine. $m If sold BONE by Eleanor Lothrop. Thisis
C. H. Horn. Shop 749 upper deck as a unit. W. L. Woods, 3416A Norman the story of "what happ!'ns

of Hangar 143 nearsouth side of St... Dewey Park when you marry an archeologist."
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building, i."OK m-::>'iFui '
The author found a sense of hum
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furnished
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[wo-bed with I"lectrlclIlIyquIp.. I nished house, will i be vacant 1 or an essential piece! of equipmenton
furnished lot. July. Located 3230 Atlantic BlvdJatknonvllle her cruise on a
ped kitchen Located on large > ollrtf e Infoimatlon: : honeymoon
Phone Caimen :V>4Or ngePaikGlils phone Mm Long 9-5691. Chilean cattleboat. It was even

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2. Furnished< two loom cottage with
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baby bugg vpe
with waterproof pad}, like new. See One three and one'five-room;furnished O'Hara Cosgrave are delightfuland at 2000.

Mtlchum 1347B. Randolph St.. NAS. apartment You can rent for the add much to Mrs. Lothrop'adescriptions SA1UKD. .VY

Registered i ted and -white cocker wIIl"k-end. week. or month. Building Mrs Ne-. i of the countries they KIDDIE SHOW at 1330. UNDER CALIFORNIA STARS" with.Roy .

spaniel, male, six months old: with 1 \llle Houses, third are deck located Supply at 121 Twelfth! : visited Rogers Feature, "UP IN CENTRAL PARK,"' starring Deanna
champion Stockdale breedings A \\enue Jacksomllle Beach, Jim Corbett relates the exciting Dutbtn. .,
South
bargain at $.15. See Mrs. Hill at 3736Southslde : '
< Estates i Ooulevaid six Furnished room with privileges of story of his two-year hunt SIiNIAY .

miles out on Atlantic Boulevard._ I whole house. Hood: location Call for THE MAN-EATING LEOP- "UP IN CENTRAL PARK," featuring Deanna Duibin.MOM .

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by calling Ma Hoy at ext 471, Bldg I room bedroom kitchen and 125 human beings. The account of ,

123. dinette- _Call-' Mrs \\jilkerat2-3657Nhe Corbett hazardous adventures in JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
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and seat covets Am
ANI 1-KIDVV
to sell for $2:0. Set at 3009B) 120thSt \ '111 rent house tor July a dAuguat.O"lve.room his previous book THE MANEAT- "
Dewey Park 01 call Chlldeisat > bungalow, furnished In ERS OF KUMAON. "ROMANCE ON HIGH SEAS, starring Jack Carson.
? 358 Riverside! Manoi Call Mrs D D. V1UKIA\
ext __ THE NATIONAL ROAD by
Portable tralkl' porch; iln seUkmsi, Smith.l l- 2.7672. Philip D. Jordan is the thrilling "UNDER CALIFORNIA STARS," with Roy Rogers
screened In with Inlaid linoleum Small apartmentIn'Ol'tetea with pli.'ate 6>UM).VY
floors See Chief Brown at Plant \ entrance and bath, eletnlc story of U. S. Highway 40 which "
Division Storeroom, A&R Depart. I range. $35: per month. Mis' Sevier, I linked the eastern United States "LAFF TIME, with W. Tracy.

ment Also I wlndow-tvpe 110-volt 2844--- ,-Corinthian. .! _Ave___, __ __ with the AVest and which offered 3iONltY AM TUhMIVYUP
Pacific air conditioner, Has walnut i IYANT= >';U opportunity and adventure to IN CENTRAL PARK," starring Deanna Duibin.
I I
finish and one-half ton capacity. I'EDNESIAY"THE :
from= Ingleslde and'Park Streets thousands. The story covers almost -,
7hiee ro ms r comfortable furnltuTe Ride "
BIG PUNCH with Morris
Wayne
living room, kitchen and bedroom to NAS hangar 114. Must be al two centuries, from the time ,
coining needed to set up housekeeping work by 0745 Call Miss 1'homp.on, young George Washington rode-

Romlne J107U Barr A+'e. ext, J33. west to the Forks of the Ohio OTHER EVENTS
nut Dewey Park. Ride going bv 01 i' near'Tucson. Ail/ona when stream of
3138 lourdoor'Chevrolet- i"dan.MOo aroun dthe 28: or 29 June. Will share up to today a the DINGO I'AItTY-Every Thursday at 2000 at Navy Wives Clu

toi In excellent condition, fair body expenses and driving. Write Paul cars and trucks speed over ; house Park.
Will take $2iO Don Dean Barracks Marker ATB 38. Sub >group 1, dieen; road. To the author, the National in Dewey
I Cove Spring. Fla i I HOXLNG-For information regarding workouts, contact Physical
10ext. 8272 Road is a chronicle of people, of
-- -..edaF: 1"wo-bedroom house for lady and two I result I Training extension 593MAKNsiiJL .
4.r oT'Glbbs I sea skiff. white events, and of time. As a ,
double planked,, In good condition, children who must \acate present LOUMiC-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
the
of growthof
Has just been repainted and has removable premise before the lilt of July. Can you get a picture Interesting the South wing of Building No 955, is open to NAS personnel and
Airs lleldeman. ext 812. America and meet many -
teat back See at LearnsFish ,
-- from 1000 to 2200 Available for
-- their guests daily wedding leception -
17 Doctor'lIl. through the years
Camp Rt Bridge people
111S'ELLANEOI'SroS'fLadles : : i
? by arrangement with Welfare! Officer. Combination radio-pho
ke. Lt. Comdl. Tovvleext. 8150 from 1753 up to now.
'fhl'eeiton.redlf iher7 uch. \Vlll I ring. with syntheticruby William Swanson an experienced nograph available for use of all hands.

deliver tooui' house $;)0. Phone center stone about one-half written LOG LlIJKAHl'-Located on second decK: of Mainside Recreation BUilding
has
karat sIze. Two small zircons oa builder,
Patterson' 2.1332. either side of center stone Van lostIn CABINS, an informative and clear No 3. Open from 1200 to 2000 Monday through Friday Saturday
1M41 Cadillac 62 sedan with 150 horse- CPO pool area Sentimental cabin and Sunday from 1300 to 1700.
power V-b engine! Clean Inside and value!. If found, notify XVizos ADC handbook for prospective SWIMMING-Outdoor' Pool. Dally Monday through Friday- 1000
out See the cat and make an offci at ext 375 or al 3300A 1.1 bint St. builders Plans for porches, garages -
Chief Cantl'r bury,. 1346A Randolph Dewey Park. furniture. and even for to 1730 Saturday-1000 to 1800; Sunday-1215 to 1800.

8t. NAS.Scresfonol: _. IOS'1'-(.:.old Identification acelet stone and timber cabins are included GO LI"-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily Saturday and Sun

chali. It: smut! table>, (9: with Initials LTC on It. II found. Almost two hundred drawings day from 0900-1700 Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
mall dl'enl'Uh mi nor' $5; steel notify Collette. ext 2SS. I trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
kitchen tool. >1.V). Harding J804B accompanied by an explanatory -
( ,
Norman St, Dewt-s PaikPui \\'111tl'idp convertible for late, model, text show all the essentials .ANCHOR:'VdL-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with libei'v
: hardtop car Contact V IndhumATt cards and uniform of the day)I. 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mas"''II,
niched i t.Ci-Cou\-ro lonciele bun by
t V U Lnlt. 01 1U7 CumberlandRoad of the building process step
galou with screened tl ant porch and There ate plans especiallyadapted :: l<'icld. Dancing every Wednesday night with the Air Station Band

electric lights lot 375 feet deep. ''CumpletebOd>" painting and metalwork I step. to such: difficult locations ILN:. Mb-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train
200 feet fiunluge on fresh wa.t.'I'
with :
Contact Potter, Building l'o. 726.NLUS .
done on :
lake Also 30 foot flouting plot, cars as low swamp land, or high rocky ing
skiff and outboard motor. Call SK.1, ('omnussary Stoic and see the ,' also offers I LU\ -Sponsored by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 1101.
"'a The author
d. 411 and ask. for_ J. W. Bi van I 8169 job .done on 42 Ford, 01 cull ext ridges advice on finding the right location -I Hours; Monday. Tuesday', and Wednezday0730 to 1800; Tbilisi

1' uetorte; --cabinet model record pinyto : -.. I selecting the best kind of and t'ridav -0730 to 2400; Saturday-0730 to 0100 Sunday morn'n., .

plus 90 rcroid A $50.dollar I the SU/ll.la-1200 to 2230. Rates; Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 l.'It' *

7.4285.value. Mondoi Best otfei take It. Phone Three TrainingCruises I site building, choosing material the proper, clearing tools fort for each additional child; Card-.$3 for one child; $10 for two chilcii" ,

Wishing machine one veer old: In excellent hE' job, guarding against insect and $11 for three or more children; Daily (for working mothers)) > L

condition I Rj.vnon AMc., To damage and fire and securing a from 0700 to 1800

1134' Allegheny 'Rd NASCiv : Open good water supply and sewagesvstem HOimi SHOP-Located In Bldg./ 913 Open dally from 1700 t >

'IriB room suite three end'tablel, 2100 and 1300 to 2100 on Saturdays. Closed Sundays Facilities aaijquipment
coffee table. and ash tray stand;: set Naval Reservists for all hobbies
breakfast dishes bedroom( suite
of ; innerspring MODI.I AIKI'LAM* MIOP-Room 13, Bldg 013. Regular Hobby
'Beautyresl' ;
with new ; Billetaie for TN'D Naval ScoutsContinued I
open
matlresh All reasonable. See Chief Shop hours
Hennei at 134SB Randolph St. NAS, Rest'\ists on thtet II-day tram ,' ( from Page 1) I MOULL KVti: CA1C SHOP-Room 15, Bid,;. 913. Regular: Hobby!
or at \F-a Hangar 116. ext. 8110. 'ing eiuists during July.
-- to repel a mock aerial attack Shop houis
guns
1540 dwlth new motor' and I The USS Tills (DL 748 I will on the ship by planes Horn l'1I0rOGlt.1'1ICU'HRoom 5, Bill;. 9U. Meets at 19.v;
,
heater, $700 Call 2-5304 after 1700 stand out from Miami on 11 July,
on weekdays, anytime! Saturday: or :<:AS. This afternoon the Blue Thursdays
sunday', or call e.xt 8114 and ask for with New York City as liberty Angels are scheduled to put on
Maxallne Bl"rna\ I port. Philadelphia will be the liberty ;i an exhibition for the boys. I WHERE TO GO ASHORES.TIO
-- '
Living loom suite"bedroom; suite port for members of the
Climax of the social calendarwill .
with spare bed and inner'apring mattress crew ot PC 822 which sails from : AKM\ :KMCLMCVfe C1NTLIt602 West Al

and breakfast set See Chief West Palm Beach on 18 July. I be a ball tomorrow night at ams, aoove Lane Drug Store, one block west of Navy Bus Station
welch VF.2, Hangar 116, I Mamside Auditorium D. W. Brem- j
D. t: at
Free ot recreation room music checkroom
The USS McClelland I tDE 750)) use writing room, room,
or 3429A: Butler! !:_Ave:.-Dewey; _Park, is. scheduled, to sail! from Jacksonville 9 -I, mer, a member of the Jacksonville and shower facilities. Light refreshments available at snack
und one-half story
Three-bedroom. one Board has arrangedfor
tapestry brIck house completelywealherst 'I I for San Juan Puerto Rico, i Scout bar. Open Horn 1030 to 2230.DUPLICATE .
Ipped Two baths extra on 25 July. I 100 young ladies to be dancing HKIDGt TOUJINAMUMS every Friday night at

Urge modern kitchen, breakfast I Naval Reservists Interested In partners of the Senior Scouts. i 2000. Open to the public. Naval personnel cordially invited. 3521 bi
room, pantry, screened side and rear i Invitations from the local Senior
I Playing fee $75. 2-0013 for
porch, detached garage On cornerlot one of these two-week voyages Scout Committee have gone out to I Johns Avenue. Telephone Remlmger, reservations -
100x100( beautifully landscaped I during July should apply to the and information.
including fish pond $12'750' 4604Crescent Director of Training, Building 907, student nurses at St Luke's Hospital IIOSI'IIALIIY CENTER:. for servicemen and young people at

St, Murraylilll, Phone ext. 619. a number of Lee High girls, Union Congregational Church, 236 W. Church Street (between Hogan -

Michel 29527. I and a group from South Jacksonville and Julia Saturday night 2000 to 2300. Dancing .
convertible In -- ), every ping
1940 BUick good condlI
tion. 11. Clapp VF-I or Mat led I pong table games, singing, etc.
Officers Quarters, 8030, ext. 420. SeriesContinued A landshlp} muster .signaled I the I Y

Three table end three-shelf!tables t .' one.maUcoltie whatnots couch, I I from Page 1) opening Sunday at 01ne 1800 Captain rendezvous;L. Y.:: Ma-last: I' DollCtHitiniU"cl runs and their first win in eight

chair, rocker dresser table, bed, ( son and Lt. Comdr. T. E. Wolfe I etarU

kitchen table, and three chairs. All Beaches around 1500 and, In addition were the speakers. The first session ( troth Page 6)) Crane kept up his miracul'' "
for M H Dunlin 300713 120th
$33. will
to their usual formations,
will come to a close with an- hitting streak by the atta k
$t.. Dewey Park. singled, advanced to second on a pacing
anchor trib-
Colorful front j porch ern"of furniture- execute an aerial in other landship muster at 1000 Sat- sacrifice and went to third on I with two hits in four trips. Jolt

including chaise lounge love seat, ute to the Naval Air Reserve anniversary urday with addresses by Captain a fielerfl. choke" Bill Miller of Beineman also chipped in writ' !

chair, and coffee table. All in good and the letters "FLA"in D. W, Harrigan and Lt. Comdr.R. Pensacola was hit: by a pitchedball two hits to share slugging hem. II t
condition. Will sell for (60 or iep. of the Beauty Pageant.
honor
A. C
I with Flier receiver.
arately. Call 7-7605, or 2-0I'M' andask H. Thompson Chaplain to put men on first and third the
will be described overa
for Joe The scene Boyer will deliver the closing invocation double of U',
and and the Goslings pulled a In pitching his best game >
Florid Georgia
network of
Admiral autoiecotd(player\ atlaches steal to score Haddock.But year, Whitten finned eight opp'>i '
to Bargain for( 517.30.Thr..tdroomho radio stations. the departure of the
Following walks .
lno enta but issued eight overthe
r the victory-starved locals
VV. Piiestmaii Com-
_2j01O Captain F. another of about I
first group
group t
: ; veteran 1 Tt manding Officer of NARTU, will 250:> Senior Scouts will arrive on weren't to be stopped. Al La- nine-Inning .route V'

and $700. Already financed paymentsof be one of the Judges of the Beau for the closing week of zaro, new first-baseman, was hit
$56 per month 00-houi possession Others Zack Sunday I by a pitched ball and Whitten,
Chief Gibson, 1017 Lark St., Murray ty Pageant. are I the rendezvous. CPO
walk. Both
drew
Hill, Phone 2052119J6 Mosley and Al Capp, creator of himself, a run-

two-dooi ChcMolet with good "Lil Abner. At the pageant, personnel will be special guests. ners advanced to second and third I (Continued from Page Si,
tires. new batter and generator. Prlestman will presentthe The affair will be held at the when Zip Wyman grounded to the
Can be seen at 2253, Dell"ood Avenue Captain Naval Air Reserve Certificateof bandshell at Jax Beach. After the pitcher, an Pete Kellner slappeda : Are we right, Chief A hand n\llr
Maicell Young phone 78137. to Lazaro' to our vice president, Jam"
the singleto right score go
Merit to Van Duzer of coronation ceremony, beauty
Roger .
yes' baby can' JrT foi $10,See their
and Whitten and throw the Me- Cline and Jake Weiss for cooperation
will cut a mam-
Evans at 143 i A Child St, NAS. radio station WMBK. He is the contest winner
coveted : moth NARTU birthday cake witha Caffreymen into the lead. also The 'jackpotwill
li mall white porcelain bathroom gas second to be awarded the
heater with thieefoot approved UL certificate in this area. The first Navy sword. la the eighth, the Goslings b* $107 plus tomorrow nigh'80eet

hose; baby carriage. black leather at the Southeastern cracked Bill Crane opened the inning up and win it, ladies!
went to Mosley
ntti. collapsible, with sun shade and in Bob Hope says then aN two with a double to center and Chief and Mm Frank Geiger
Air Show April
extension sun vUur ; sturdy tricycle
good tires and finish large-size red Miss Florida" will be crowned kinds of people in the Navy, enlisted the parade wo on. Three hits, entertained Ruth'a. mother, Mrs

sidewalk scooter Also one No. 3 Saturday evening at the Beauty people and people with two errors, a walk, and a field Lucia Boaaa. who cornea: to u*

iron wood and one one No mashle:5; one Iron No Al 6)ladles light Pageant Ball to which NARTU loU.MMt fit i w'-i hoiM ffftw ttrt Fli i* tbftt from Miami Thank for the story




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