Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 2, 1948
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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f t Captain's. Inspection Tomorrow, f fStation

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Continues I A Capt. Malstrorn

:. I Savings Bond DriveThe Ja ews ,

Security Loan Drive offici- / 1 New C. o. Of NAS,

ally closed yesterday but NAS I ;db ::.." ,\ .

will continue with its own campaign .. To Read Orders
to add more names to the .. '- -_. '
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list of personnel participating in Vol G-No. 14 I'. S NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 2 July 1948
the Savings Bond program. .
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With a goal of 75 percent par- '
ticipation, unofficial returns show Aviators Also Slated

participation that while civilian was increased and military greatly : Air Station Begins Hiring

it i is still far short of the mark. Captain A. I. Malstrom
It was estimated is now approximately that current participation 40-_ Of 800 Workers For ASRA !-i AS Jacksonville's new Commanding -

percent Officer, will read his

Station bond officials were baffled orders to assume command of
by the low tigute' "This sta- Employment of 800 addi- this activity at a Captain's

tion has always' been known to bea & R Plans "PersonalityGirl" tional workers for Assemblv Inspection and Naval Aviator
leader in charitable drives" and
other worthwhile causes." one of and Repair under the recent- Designation Ceremony tomorrow -

them said yesterday 'Yet. in the Contest Next WeekOn I' Iv-mcieased personnel veiling morning at 0830. The "all
one drive which costs nothing, for the Naval Air Station hands" inspection has been

which asks no contributions or I the heels of the Supply Departments I and the increased workload scheduled for the Parade
donations, and which is of individ I divisions will nominate and select
successful beauty contest for A&K was begun this Grounds on Yorktown Ave-
ual benefit to each" and
every per- held at its Dance I their entrants in the
son participating, NAS Jackson- week by the employment sec- nue, weather permitting.The .
two weeks ago Assembly and Rpall' -- contest. The entries need not workin
ville is far from being a leader tion of the Industrial Relations ; new skipper took over the
yesterday took the wraps off the division they will represent,
In fact our standing in comparison duties
Depaitmer.c. Commanding Officer
'Its new "Personality Girl" but they must be A&R employees
with other naval air stationsis from Coindr F J, Brush
." test which begins next con-I It is hoped that 11 girls, one from Only skilled male workers in Monday ,
fairly poorM'KsEKY Executive Officer, who has been
All of the vast unit s groups and each participating division and a number of aviation trades are I Ib'lng
head of Naval
the AirStation
I will vie for the honor of added to the at serving as
divisions will participate in the group payroll
0'N: Sl1NU.TO ) -\\ ; the of
since departure
HE CLOSETMONDAV competition, the announcement I being A&R's "Personality Girl" in present, officials stated, but vacancies Heibert S. Duckworth
the finals which will be held theweek arise later in other Captain
said. It Is the first plant-wide may
The station Nursery, located in He reported here from the Boardof
contest since> the War Bond of 19 Julv categories" as the work progresses.
:: gala
Bids? 1101, will be open from 1200to I I Decorations" and Medals, Navy
2210:! on Sunday July, il was Qui en competition was staged in The Committee which has been To facilitate the hiring of these Department, Washington, D C.
mm >nm .,d 'v'stt'r'dav It' will remain tulIll's, 1 nearly throe years atjoFiom quietly planning tor the ,contest additional employees, a representative Following the change of com-

!los..d all dav Mondavif 6 to 9 July. groups" and (Continued on Page 4)) of IRD's employment section mand ceremony, 34 students who
has established temporary headquarters have just completed advanced
I MSS: FLORIDA" CUTS IUARTU CAKE downtown iI) the offices training here will receive their
.it the Florida State Employment designations as Naval Aviators
Serv-ice at 40 East Bay Street Comdr C. E. Robertson Super
He will interview applicants on intendent of Aviation Training,
week days from 0330 to 1600. will award the certificates and
Those! desiring to apply directly at Captain Malstrom will present
:VAS may continue to do so them with their wings. In addi-

it was emphasized that the po- tion, five of the students, now
1t.1.1/IC now open are not temporary aviation cadets, will receive their
ones and that prospective" commissions as Ensigns (AIL)
mplovees who can meet the quaIl USNR and execute their. oath of
l! I I. atlons would be added to the office and acceptance.

A&R workforce within 10 days Captain Malstrom, the station
after making application. ninth Commanding Officer will

Among the trades in which op- make his first Personnel l Inspection -
"'nmn;;; exist ate aiictatt OIt>hanu immedla tel8 ftl'r the conclusion -
g.'neralm aircraft mechanic i mo- of the 'designation! ceiemo.lie ..
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C ,hd Scouts Begizm Second I

C _' Week Of Rendezvous

I I'liotixt on Page! 31) Th, IIISHI,, icre'IrluIJi.'s' Saiuicia '-
3k.v VV 'ti v and ,':xhausti ait'r r ana \' 'Ollsl"t.,1 i dt anothei! / l lands hip(
< i inn' 'pa| < k'd, w"t'k" of tents, IMJa miislet! (''apt.un I ). VHiingan.
tI in'>i' Souls. Itom, Region Six U'tt Lt. LDiiidi R, M Thompson and
NAS: Ja<'kson\'illi' Saturday arter- Chaplain A. C. Bovei made the
rnx>n tot their homes In'North farewell talks.

c 'an?Ima, South Carolina Georgia, Then, on Sunday, Captain Har-
and Florida. The following day, rigan welcomed the new group on
another/ group of 233 Scouts from behalf of the Seventh Naval District -
R-gion Six, augmented by a num- while Lt Comdr. Douglas A.
her from Alabama thronged Clark represented> the Naval An
through the Main Gate for the Station. Chaplain R. L Murphy
s,,,,ond and final week of this second gave the invocation
annual rendezvous The program for the second

4 ... The first week encampment. group follows the one used last
----- described by many ot the youths week. Again the highlight will bea
ROSEMARY: CARPENTER of Miami, immediately following her coronation as Miss Honda by 'as!' the most exciting experience: of big dance Friday night. The
Democratic gubernatorial nominee Fuller Warren, cuts the huge NARTt': birthday! cakat Jacksonville then lives, work out exactly asplanm boys will attend the closing ceiemomes -
I Beach Beauty Bowl Saturday night. Captain F W. Pnestman NARTL SkIPh'l! t assists h,'r 'd. From it, these future Saturday at 1000 to olticially -
with the :Maw sword as Comdr. E L. James. Jr Executive: Officer ( behind candid look" on. ( Fir.' leaders' of \merua, learned mu h wind up the rendezvous I for
other photos on the second anmv.'isarv of the Naval Air Rescue, turn to Page O.J) about the Naand .\'avy Inc this \eai

I Six Of Navy's Rear Admirals Reth"e! Todav. ..1

Hear Admiral Hal ph Davi- Service Medal, Victory Medal with nl'ardmlral };rnl'.tr.. lace, Battle Fleet ( USS Decatur, flagship Fleet Clasp, t tUSS Columbia*,
Atlantic Fleet Clasp, USS Virginia Jr., I'SN, 57, BuAer General
son, former Commandant of I Representative ), and held various billets with Yangtze Service Medal, American
>, American Defense Service for Western District
,<< the Seventh Naval District Medal, American Area Campaign Los Angeles A BuShips In 1910-41 he was as- Defense Service Medal, American

and Chief of Naval Air Ad- Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Area Cam- I 1912 :.." 'signed as Naval Attache, American : Area Campaign Medal, and Order

vanced Training with headquarters paign Medal and World, War II Academy 0 -'.. i Embassy, London. He holds : Merit ( Chilean Republic).

here, is among six Victory Medal uate his ft .0.,...,.\'. I the Legion of Merit with Gold

rear admirals of the line who' ice included I in ser LJ ; 1 Star, Victory Medal ( WW I, WW i Reardmii; : (.hailes. \\'. Slyer"
Hl'ar1111I11'111 Rulpli DitvUou, III I, Patrol Clasp (USS Utowan-
have received retirements South Dal< ., I na >, American Defense" Service : USN, 51, Ass't CNO (OperatioIlRI.He !.
from active duty as of 1 July.' USN, !52, BuPers < temporary I Phil I I a d ,' Medal, Base Clasp, and American graduated from the Naval l
duty). He. graduated from the Na- 14': '
The admirals ate: Navy Area Campaign Medal. Academy i n
val Academy in I .
Rear \dmlral !Sherman S, Kennedy :VAS r'n 1917. He servedin
USN, 50, Deputy' ( ;.tneia. 1916, and in ''la, BuAet. I II USS Columbia -
1920 was designated Jt'arlIllIlral \ ', I'oirler
York I Joseph \ -
Inspector for C'hl"l 'u BiiSlup-. : and USS
Com\Vcvea; as .naval 'ominCh, R.U U'I( I-act (' USN 53, Chief t ot Ofiri .. of Oklahoma, at'
'con. lie was aviator, i lies at one time Industrial Sur\ev: Otiicot Si'i- was und<'r instruction -
'i\ed in VMSi.utglev the naval 'Nav.. He ,l luated
was graduate i I was manager air- gia 11\
from the Naval i USS naft factory ) He from thi subm.u'ilt' illUS
Academy w 4aiatuga' USS 9 holds Legion Merit, Victory II Naval Academy S Fulton,
in 191)-1< : His, Lexington, and Medal I WW I II't' II I, American I in 1(117 l later comma-
career highlights I USS; Wright Defense Medal, and 'and served in ding submarines I
.H>' had duty atavAil'Sta I
\ mi iud> American Medal. the USS Columbia USS L-2,
duty in USS rss USS Land :
Wall h i In gton. !sacola, C NOn UM Diouoniation Rear ,\ F. Lee USN, New Mexico t USS K-5. and jiM Slyer I .:I.

USS Petrel. I,, I \\ ) : Staff,, ComaBatFor, 53, Chief of Research He I USS Uushiu I!. USS Cuttlefish. Other duties included '
USS New, Jtisey I''. S. Fleet; Fleet Air Base Coco was the NavalAcademy ; and USS Richmond -
I those ComSubDiv 15* ,
...AII USS Vu Solo, C Z.; BuAer; and saw dutyas i In addition as
,., /ginia and USS R \M| Kcnn.dyWest Chief, AirOpTraC'om, Jacksonville 1918 He S"I'ed I he had ComSubRon 10, Commanding Officer -
VIrginia and as Com 7. He holds( the in USS : duty at Puget n \Inl Fowler of the New London Subma-
He served at Nor ilk. Navy Yard Distinguished Service medal with \er, USS I Sound N a\' :v' rine Base, and ComSubLant, He
Mare Island Navy Yard, Bureau ot gold Star, Legion of Met it with wana tJ S 'Yard, Cavite P. I. ) Naval Sta-
awarded the of Merit
Engineering in ishmgton, and "V", Victory Medal ( WW I, WWII Lea U S tion, Portsmouth (IN. H ) Navy' was
at Naval Station, Cavtte, I*. I. He I ), Grand Fleet Clasp, Ameri- Chandler. l'S Yard, Mare Island Navy Yard, and with three gold stars, Victory
was on the 'staffs of Commander I can Defense Service Medal with I Rigel, USS S at Shanghai, China He also crv- ;; Medal (WW I, WW lit I, Atlantic
of Battleships Battle Force, and Fleet Clasp, Asiatic-Pacific Area attic USS ed with BuShips, was on the staff Fleet Clasp (USS Columbia), Am-
Commander Battle Force, U S Campaign Medal with seven tair and ,' ot ComSubs U S Fleet, and was I
I erican Defense Medal FJeet Clasp,
Fleet. Also, he was manager of bronze stars, Philippine Libera- McDermut ComNav'ShlpYd. San Francisco .
Navy Yard, New York, and he tion Ribbon with two bronze stars, served on the -- --- He holds the Legion ot Merit, Asiatic' Pacific Area Campaign i
served in BuShips He was awarded and American Area Campaign staff of Com R.UHI| !IoN Commendation Ribbon, Victory Medal with two bronze stars, ant
the Legion W Merit, Mexican Medal. Des R o n 11, Medal: (WW I, WW Ill>, Atlantic American Area Campaign Medal.f .



Page Two JAX AIR NEWS \ July 1 1943


\ \ I I.JJL/\ \ / r' Report From Washington

"' till'< AFl'S)
r" '-- : -. Passage: of the draft in the t final sessionsof

./ the 80th Congress means that :20,000 additional

Reserve officers will be called for .
extended active Army duty appointments. .

They will be mostly of company grade and

combat arms, with a few from the service!

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I 1 a I Commission on Service Pay and the Committee -

I / I on Civilian Components, (Gray ttoaid)

-. --- I are holding joint conferences to iron out

: I differences before> submitting their final if-

J1lt{ -UrS ports. The report of the Commission on Service '

I Pay is now being written in final form.

Editorial Office The other group is reported to have com-

South Ming, Louer Deck, Blilp. 930 pleted its report, dealing; with pay, benefits
Trkphoiie I;'tension-8184 and allowances for civilian components.

Arthur M. Greene, Editor The Army has initiated a staff study fora
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, and definite policy governing promotion of Reserve -
printed commercially with non-appropriated funds officers on active duty. With expansion -
*t no expense to the government and in compliance of the :Military\ Establishment, seveiiil
with SecNav Circular Letter 45-1018 dated 12 December officers will
thousand Reserve probably ie-
1945. Copies are distributed free of charge
*.t the Naval Air Station the Naval Air Reserve main on active duty for many years. Th} ......
Training Unit, the Headquarters of the Naval Army desires! a dem'cutlHI equitable pJ (-
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters of motion policy for them.
the Seventh Naval District Naval Auxiliary Air 1
Station Cecil Field, and the U. S. Naval Hospital. S tr 1 1711r The cocked hat frock coat elaborate epaulets i
full dress trousers! dress white trousers
Captain A. T M.ilsln.m Commanding and! boat cloak of the traditional Navy dress
Jackaonvlrle Natal All Station
uniform is tOru bound.. The Navy has not

. sS.. Commanding M.; Schaar.MC Captain USNR; ,F. Commanding VV. Priest man reached a final decision on the design for
U. S. Naval Hospital Naval' Air Refer*e the dress uniform of the future.
Training Unit
The :Navy has announced changes in the

LL Co). T. C. Moo, Jr. Lt. Col. Robert A..Blrul boundaries of Naval Districts, to make them
USMC. Commanding ('omnundlnJMalin. An
Marine Barrack Detachment NARTU C I conform more closely to the Army's area

commands After September 1, there will W
The JAX AIR NKW li a member of the Ship Editor lal!
Association and the Aimed Forces Press" Sen Ice, Hi'- 10 Naval Districts within the continental
production of material. nom. these sources must beat i
limits and four outside them. Numerical designations /
a credit line Republic.itIon of other' mutter, except -
sign fei\lce publication: l la prohibited without pet mta- will remain unchanged for the remaining -

of Kditui___ JAX AIR NEWS. _u __ ____ st Districts.TNLlu. .

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Symbol Of LibertySEA ; .

( ) The famous :!.n O-pound Liberty Independence Day 1948

Bell)], now reposing in the tower hallwayof ,

Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Pa., American everywhere will pause: this week-end to .s' ana\1ieuss f InutSatir ,
has travelled}] nearly i 17,000, miles since it was
celebrate the 172nd anniversary of the signing i : of the
first cast in London; ill )I7"i2.:
most cherished! document in U. S. hiotorr-the: Declaration -
Ordered in
celebration of) of Independence. This declaration not only holdly

the BOth year stated the principles in which the ultimate founders of our Thoughtful Americans are increasingly:

of the Commonwealth nation believed it was a statement of ideals which has disturbed because: the goals for which the

ofPennsylvania war was fought dropping far below tht-
heartened free men in all lands ever :since. are
horizon. During the observers
war, reported
From coast to coast t. and from the Canadian borderto
the bell was!! that our fighting men had vague ideas about
hung in the the Rio (;Grande the people of the United States will the reasons for the Second \\'orld'ar. We

steeple of theN reaffirm their belief in these: foundation stones of our are inclined to believe that the American

state house! i goveinment and our way of life-"that they (all men) soldier and sailor knew very well why he

(later Inde- are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienahle had to fight. After the usual propaganda slogans

Hall) ... forgotten the GI( will
pendence .. are always remember -
that these Life. and the
tights, among: are Liberty, pursuit -
upon its arrival -- that his country still has a Bill
in Philadel of Happiness. of Rights. There are certain cherished freedoms I

phia.! .. The observance: of Independence Day takes on an in this country which few other nations I

In succeeding ,nartile: 11t'1Ias" sluited :added meaning: this 'e.'r-just as it did during: the war I have
from to tower hall to Declaration ; On this 172nd of the
steeple / ears when this country was lighting: : to maintain its anniversary signingof
Chamber several time, and when the Brit- the Declaration of Independence, Americans !
freedom and sovereignty.: For the first! time in its histoiy: ,
ish were about to occupy Philadelphia in are conscious again of the beautiful
1777, the bell, for preservation, was spirited the United States has adopted peacetime conscription without land where they have their homes and the

out of the l'itunder cover of an Amer- a state of national emergency: having: been declared. glorious heritage of freedom which permits )

ican army supply; train and hidden until the The implication however is clear Global; conditions of the devout American to worship his God

following year in a church in Allentown, unrest: might; lead to more serious complications and without hindrance.

Pa. the :government does not want to he caught; napping.It : Chaplain A. C. IJoyer.
takes time to t train men. even to fight in defense ofdenw'ratic
The years 1885; to 1917 saw the bell displayed -*-
at expositions and celebrations in MILITARY PAY STItU'l'UIUSTCHY
to fight: for these ideals, if threatened
New Orleans, Chicago Atlanta, Charleston, ( (SEA-)-Industrial wage comparisons, retirement -
by a hostile philosophy, has always been a cardinal principle
Boston St. Louis and San Francisco special and and
pay, history tra
of free Americans. They have: learned that fiee-
The bell was cracked in 1835: ; when it toll- dition will be the main points studied by a
I dam and liberty are not to be taken for :granted. A nation I
ed at the funeral procession of Chief Justice commission set up by Secretary of Defense
must ever he'ig'ilant and alert if it is to maintain its
John Marshall of the I'. S. Supreme Court. James Fonestal to analyze the pay structureof
freedom and liberty. Complacency and indifference on .
The glass in which the bell was encased in the armed services.
the of free enemies of I
part men :gives liberty an overwhelming -
1878 was removed in 1915!) so that the public advantage.Hut The nature of the study is to form a

might have the opportunity to touch the his- ;there will he I'umt"hu will jive no thought: to the definite wage scale for the Armed Forces)
relic. comparable to that of Indrat'ting
toric private
meaning of July &llh. Already they are planning :gala its
report, the commission will
holidays over the week-end. It will mean onltwo or thrt'eda's
$100 \VAUD FOR HIGH MAN : take into consideration insurance, retirement
free hum the cares of their job-days to be spent in
SEA The enlisted of the pay, survivor benefits, tax exemptions
( )- man Navy or blissful enjoyment of the summer weather. Now there's
Marine who stands in commissary, and other privileges enjoyedby
Corps highest com- nothing: wrong in enjoying the long: weekend providedan servicemen. will
petition for entrance to the Naval Academyeach occasional; thought is :given to the reason we have a holiday Also consideration U

year will receive a cash award of $100 on the fourth of July. It was a hot. sultry' lazy day in given duty the" question of extra pat t.for. hazardous

from the U. S. Naval A'udemclal'ls. of July "hen this brave hand of patriots met to adopt the and special 1'\1\111:0.' .
Several month will I be required betme the
1939. the Declaration of Independence They, too, probably had ,
final! '
Ic i omirieiKiat I inns will be complete)
The money is' a memorial for members visions: of cool drinks in the shade a day of fishing, an

of the class who lost their lives inV W II, outing in the country with their families.! Hut the grim

and will be granted yearly to the outstanding business of oppression and autocratic denial of a voice in e

,enlisted man competing for entrance to their ;government far outweighed; any thought of perSonal -

the Naval Academy.The pleasure.So .
grant equals the amount each midshipman while we relax this week-end at the beach or motor
is required to deposit upon en- to popular spots let's" give a thought to the freedomswe At Hit- siutnm, (Miifctln'itaprU. AienueI'mlrstunr Illmiingliam Hou.J( i and! IIi1IIt

trance to the Naval Academy. It will be paid enjoy-freedoms which are ours,, because of the ,vision .

after the competition winner qualifies and.! determination and courage of a few far-sighted,, men who! WMO; VVi.i-hijj,. S"-t\ue Ch.if.lmn: it L., Mmph -

is accepted for entrance. :gathered: in Philadelphia 172 tears: ago. \
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mnj; fishing: ta 'kle, Th :saleslady is Virginia Famll /iLppei rIght i .V cozy coiner M
open[ i its doors fur busrn.u. Designed to centralize all uhandiie on one floor,
now provided for the display ot magazine Customei browse around and look
the store combines the articles ottered for sale previously in the two stores located -
in the Recreation Building New features is the apparel department which over the selection before deciding:: which ones they want i lower left *, The new lo-
textures clothing for men \* men, and children Fitting rooms are provided ration alto nous,,a the offices of Ships' Sf'r\'iC'e i which formerly wei In Bldg 934)
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Experiences To De Remembered

LIST WEEK W\S one round of exciting E'XIH't'it'tH'PS after an-

other for the 102) Senior Stoutslio visited NAB Jacksonville during 1'r

the first week of legion Six'second) annual iende/\'ous here, The Scouts

got a real taste of Navy life, from living in laiiacland: eating Navy

show to sea duty aboaid! ( the I'SS McClelland Aboard the station thcM"'
was plenty to see and do. These photos, show a few of the things on j

r....,,) their program (Above) With some wearing parachutes to see Itlt>,A

it feels, a group of Scouts look over a Corsair on the line in front >III!

the landplane hangars, (Upper right) An ordnance shack in one of< t fl'! i

squadrons provided many interesting opeiations. Here, the ytut'I:> -

i:< watch a groundciewman load a machine gun. ( Lower left) Climhing r Q

into the cockpit of a Corsair and studying the controls was a thrill t">rI a >

I lx remembered( for many of the Scouts who. like the rest of Am
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I - AROUND ft ;

Engineering IMtlMon by Caroline "
Urleeera! Even tho a heap of I'

folks are vacationing these days, j Now we're waiting for John Nasal) .-'
we still have a wee bit of news i to bring in some of himself and
Would like to say "welcome i compare. SPORTS. Bill Coby
aboard" to Beverly "Rusty" Mo- I Understand that Spurlock received Jack Sharpe represented
lon We only wish that her joiningour o a call last week and the in last Saturday's match
tribe didn't mean Miss Wells' I party Basked for Sherlock. Looksas against the Pensacola-
leaving, but we wish Miss Wells though this must be a game ot r in the golf tournament.
Just the best of luck, and we hope Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. 1 ar : station won, 45'8 to 26%.
"Rusty" enjoys her work in Tech I I Lt. Comdr. Sweet is on leave 1 4 is anticipated that a re II
Files We missed the Commander -Iall this week and Mr. CrIbbs has match will be played at j
this week, but we weren't minus next week-off. Glamour] boy Warren around Labor Pay. ,
an Engineering Officer, 'cause : has been off resting.Mr. representatives will again I
that's where Comdr. Ellenburgcame Quina has! a lovely new sec- Individually, D.
in. Welcome, Commander, I retary while Doris White is off: 10-year-old son, Da-
we're glad to have you with us Mrs. Edmonds! you'll- have to be four out of seven t
Was gonna try to dig up some careful! in a recent Cub Scout '
dirt on Mr. St. Pete this week but Planning Dlvli",ion by WynonaSpurlock meet, and tied another Va .0
due to circumstances beyond our -We are wondering just articles of Cub Pack uni
control, just had to change my what happened to that romance were his prizes Coby
plans. Instead, we'll say congratulations between the Barber, better knownas you golf tournament
Daddy. We know you're the "Head," and that shapely : have an additional few
happy about little Miss Patricia lass in Statistics. Give out now, f I e to put in your classifying
Ann, who came last week, and 'Mattie.. I II of 9 or 18 holes. Turn in
we'ie mighty happy for you and | Spencer says she wants to not later than 090O
Mrs. St. Pete. We enjoyed the I change the name of the song trom y < morning. Next week,
candy, too, but goodness, all those "Singing in the Bathtub" to will be published, .a'1' .
cigars! (P.S. Patricia Ann wasn't "Splashing in the Bathtub." Is determined, and play] {
named 'til after she arrived 'cause I that right Spencer? Oh, by thA way,
),11'. St. Pete was afraid if they I|I I It seems that the ole "vacation- a 35c entrance fee, pay-
breathed a word about wanting a I 1 I ers" are beginning to come back EXAMINATION OF STATION employees engaged In you turn in your qual]
]little girlit would be a little I i to the Time Section-and others hazardous trades in order to provide them with scores, to cover cost of
boy). ': will be going on theirs Louise safety goggles or glasses began here last Thursday at and so forth (The prizes
Did you know Jack Silver and Silcox and Sue Verner have both Dispensary The examinations, conducted by local civilian cost much but the "ami-
his puppy took first place in a gone to Canada--and having a etrists, are a follow up to the recent tests conducted here by is expensive! ) ,
"Puppy Show" at Daytona Beacha 1 fine time. Safety Division of the Industrial Relations Department with : Margaret Pomt'I -
couple of weeks ago? That is, i| Glenn Volp has certainly been and Lomb Ortho-rater. Here, Dr. S. B. Schumacher, left I the guys in her
"Lord Bruce of York" took first missed around the Statistical Section Captain J. L. Holland District Medical Officer, look on as i Jantzen with "high-yaller"
place. What we want to know is: I I i tor the past two weeks. We Jack Anderson examines the eyes of a Public Works employee. ; Kersey senior and par
"Do Lustre Creme Sham ----- - -- along the board-
you use know he has had a wonderful pop
poo, Jack?" Lt. Morris came I cation and would like, perhaps, to ; PBM looking like a long,
back from his leave last week, and stay longer, but we'll certainlybe INSIDE I Employees I[ in a two-piece black 1I
we must say he looked pretty I glad to see him return. !I My! My! My!
sharp in that uniform. And speak- We wish, at this time, to makea PUBLIC WORKSNo Against looks can certainly
ing of looking sharp--did you no- correction in the spelln-g of I i i We understand a couple '
tice those zoot-suit white shoes James Vearil's name. It was printed news is good news so they Use Of Sick I up in this column several
Charlie Littlejohn was "sportin' in last week's paper as Verrill. say, but where this column] is con-I ago may be more serious
last week ? Understand he got We want to say that when we talk cerned, no news is bad news. Fraudulent use of sick o supposed at the time.
quite a few whistles from the girls about you, Jim, we want peopleto be the heat has gotten the best of Federal employees may and not much of it-will
We didn't get to see Lt. Colonel know who you are. us, that is if there is any "best" I I a fine of $10,000 or Generally agreed: That
Howard while he was on leave I ATTENTION, ALL, HANDS! )left in us The office is nice and for not more than 10 and snack-bar pro-
'cause he was in Pensacola. Welcome I Look elsewhere In the paper for a cool today, but it's after 4. o'clock i was pointed out last week I for us on the 3rd deck of
back, Colonel Al Kolbe'' very Important, and I do mean I and the word is that the column i dustrial Relations one of the most welcome
Is back after spending a week at I IMPORTANT announcement. It must be in today. So, we will start Memorandum No. 1748. useful conveniences that
Manderia Beach. Nice tan, Al U of interest to everyone In AAK. from here. The memorandum, quoting have been provided for us
Charles Trescot is still vacation- Also listen to your radio on the In the Ad. Bldg., our chief clerk, cent Departmental Circular] We haven't gotten ;
ing, so is Mary Lee Daniel-des- 0 way to work tomorrow morningIn Pete Capps, spent Saturday at the ter, listed two cases where yet, dean GR promises
tination unknown, regard to this announcement.It beach and really]) got a sunburn shipyard employees had interesting news soon .
Accessories- Dh"h.lon-by Elizabeth will be on the Chaz Harris program Does that account for his red ed for mis-use of sick is a tough game with
Mach-The Accessories Division between 0600 and 0700. nose ? Herman Griffis is taking up one case, an employee I Company for you softball-)] ,
faced a horrible fact last stenotype and says he will bet sick, and during a routine Horton aggregation to '
week. There's been a change in after some clerk-stenos' job before in the case, it was found than ever, and our sec
Jax Air News reporters. So, while InspectingThe long. The new trend for men is employee was actually may be out because of
they are trying to recuperate from shortened trousers, so who knows outside the shipyard while Eddie"w finger sustained at our
the shock, said reporter- will dish maybe Herman has a pretty an- ,l ing sick pay. The matter 'I It is at the Stadium,
up all the latest dope The kle. Comdr. Rait has at last joined I[.brought to the attention game So far, with a
Optical Department has a shop all the list of new car owners. He:' FBI and after or two in the second half
Its own now. They were tired of Inspectors purchased a cool-looking green the department, the Mendel is leading the team
having to rub shoulders with the Chevrolet with all the found guilty and fined $500. top batting average, and
common herd of peasants Ray By Helen Uurnette How's about taking us trimmings'l The other case was M a whole. is leading .
Bourne is just about over his case Mrs. I The averages are as
I Helen Styron, chief clerk, If you hear Gladys O'Malley mumbling nature-the employee
of poison ivy. He still insists he remained calm and collected while "patio, pueblo, adobe, flotilla sick leave benefits while o ;
came by it honestly Shop 742 I husband "Dave" was marooned on hasta la vista," and the like, I in private work-and, : AH K H OT.
enjoyed a card from Hugo Flukei- the other side of the Sisters Creek don't thing the heat has gotten vestigation by the FBI, 41: 21 21 .4'S
ger, on leave in Switzerland. He's last week by the bridge crash. Mr. her down. It's just that she ia hop- ployee was fined $100. I 2ti J9 22 14 11 17 ..436.4.I .\
to all the holeshe's
promised bring us I Styron is with the Duval County ing before to olong] to see her husband The action taken by the JO 2 4 ,4(1)
been punching in Swiss cheese I Engineers on a project of con- who is now working in South these cases is based on the I r d 1 2 ,4t()
'Smatter, Charlie, didn't you I another 1\ 6 4 .64:
structing new bridge. I America. Comdr. Johnson, Asst. Criminal Code, 18 U.S.C., 40 14i 13 .321
want assistance in off
running Now, seems there'll be two! John PWO, is on 30 days leave and has I 80, which makes it a ]8' 6 ,3i3:
those decals ? After all, a beginner Finenco came up during the discussion -! gone to his home town of Minne- I fense for anyone to make ,. 6 3 2 .333
makes a lot of errors and said: "Just think how apolis Minn. Olive Fleming has fully false statement or \ 10 2 3 .:i(()
41n n .271
Don't be fooled by that "innercent" -
lucky you are with your 'better I transferred to Personnel and Sadie -: tation of any department JO fI 8 I! .2tl7
face, folks Dave Lunden
half' marooned on the other side Britts has transferred to 7ND I ency of the United States, 5 2 1 .1i0:
Just had another birthday, andhe's of the bridge! Why couldn't it 'Transportation Division. I stated. Under this code, I 8! 3 1 .IJ
getting to be a mighty oo- 3 2 II .((q
have been my wife ? I be fined not "
oo-ld man Welcome back, We learn from our spies in Bldg. persona may I II
Daisy Williams. That Ipana smileof I The department welcomes four 902 that after Comdr. Barnard's'visit than $10,000 or imprisoned
yours has been missed a lot''' new men this week: R W. Stock, to California he returns to'' more than ten years, or Plans
Jackson just what emergency ADC; H. S. Dietz, ADC; G. F. Jacksonville Beach for his sunbathing I .
took you off last Thursday afternoon Jarrett. ADC; and R. L. McGhee, Is it that the Florida sun from Page 1)
? Hmmmmm ? Glad to j AMC. We hope you fellows enjoy at our beaches is better, or do Pensacola week Is made up of Mm.
hear Pop Kirkland has at last working with us. the Florida sons like the beaches' Martin, in charge of
broken his streak of bad luck. ] Who is the guilty party who beauties better ? Mrs. Truesdale] i By Jax In 1 ; Julius Quina, in charge
Hope things look better now, Pop "shot" Lillian Wolfe with a spit- reports that Bill Truesdale is on I affairs; Thomas Roberts,
Hydraulics welcomes LeRoy I ball and the next day brought hera I the road to recovery, and we are Golf Match : i of prizes; and Austin .
Thompson, John Havener, and A. bouquet of roses to get back in all glad] to hear that Joy Terrell I in charge of pub- iI...'. .
W. MMcalf : D'ja know Ziggy her good graces ? I entertained in her home Sunday I The NAS Jax civilian I ) Frank Warren, now on r _.'/ -
of the Prop shop has given his i Richard V. Matt, SN, transferred I J' evening with a dinner party. team scored a decisive % has also been appointed
hop the new look ? They foreclosed I last week to the U. S. Navy I Southern fried chcken and all! win over the 16-man team committee.
the mortgage on Packing i Diving School In New Jersey. Matt Ummmm! I Fensacola on the local links I I eleven groups and divisions
and are spreading out like a wet will be away for a period of 16 In Maintenance, it is reportedthat urday. [I will begin nominating their
i !sponge. That's because of so many weeks. We'll miss you while you Helen Robert is back from a I Levan Wiggins and j;i next week are Personnel,
I new or "I'm back from the boon- I are away, Matt. three week vacation. We hear she Stewart of Pensacola, 1 and Industrial
docks" employees, including Bowling L. E. Jordan's youngest baby did a good job of chaperoning a against localites Ray ; Engineering Divi
Rul], Day, Harvey, and Bob girl celebrated her first birthday i beach house party. Maintenance I Bill Cody in the first ; Planning Division; Produc-
i Lamming Since Paul Dreibel- 'I last week. Just ask Mr. Jordan if'' welcomed a former employee, of the rival t-tion match, Division; Disassem
hiss returned from his search for I they had enough ice cream!!! i Mrs. Cecelia Farrin, back to work ed an 8-1 total score win I. Salvage, and Emergency
knowledge he is known as "The I Had a surprise visit from Sara this week. The Public Works Su- !!: the Jaxmen. In the second i Division; Process Division; .
brain.' 'Chee! what" an education Veiner during lunch period last |:'!I pervisors' Club went deep-sea some, H. H. Stone of and Equipment Di-
can do fer a guy Say have I week. Sara is happily located in I'I! fishing Saturday. They all caught j[I dropped his match to Rod I ; Assembly Division; Flight t
you seen those health fiends, Woo- I her new assignment with Aviation !]|I a lot of fish (so they say). Ed I II !' ney of Jax, 3-0. and Herb I : Power Plant Division; and '
dy and Decker ? At lunch each' Training. We still miss her and :j[I Lowe won the jackpot ($20)) for''! ney, Jax topped Olaf Scholls Division.
day they xun" themselves] like a I hope you came back for mote visits ( catching the largest fish, a 24- sacola, 21. Total scores --- -- ..
couple of old hens. Nothing like a Saru. pound snapper. Mr. Johnston Is foursome were in favor of Pensacola, lost to Jim .
curbstone and a touch of old Sol I Chief Emanuel Snyder i m back back from his vacation up North, 7-Ui- AS Jax 3.0, and Nick
to put you back on your feet after from a lengthy leave spent in New !j ji North Georgia, that is. Did you The local golfers fired Jax, won over Fred
dining at Ptomaine Ptavern. i Jersey. He went up for the sole !i know the Public Works Bowling foursome total in the third 2-1, in the sixth foursome.
Say Jerry, what has Miami got purpose of fishing. Tis the best :'Team is ahead in the City League? I I with Lester Gray and B. W. Swaine, Pensacola, lost to
that we don't have ? Thar's sum- fishing country in the U. S." says :' Hooray! We're all for you. Mr. 'ahaw of NAS Jax Jax, 2-1, and Carl
thin' suspicious. Paw, an' ah ain't Ii the Chief While there, he caught : McKinley has gone to Lake Wales I their opponents from local golfer, dropped his ,
mire ah likes it! Frank (in my no fish, caught a severe cold, had for a few days.In I Louis Bates and H. H. to Marshall Owens, 3-0. f.'I. '
veins the blood runs blue) plans only one day of sunshine." So he Transportation, the V-l Di- 3-0, 3-0. Bill Gouchenhour Plew, NAS Jax blanked
to write a book. He has a title all came back to Florida] to fish and vision had a party Saturday. Mon- : Jax golfer, kept the ball Harrington, Pensacola, 3.0,
ready "Ten Years In The Salt enjoy the sunshine and to get rid day morning they till looked as ''I, with his 2'4-2- win over E. Tracy blasted H. E.
Mine, or Why I Like Pepper Bet of his cold. What a mess! You though they had a pretty good Anderson, but his teammate Pensacola, 30.
ter." would have fared better by re- time. I: Sharpe, was blanked by .
Personnel and Administrationby I maining in Florida, wouldn't" you, Lt. Busbee, Design &: EngineerIng I Pinney of Pensacola, 3-0 ] : You asked me last
Dot Dickson Comdr. Sweet. ChiefJanet Supt., ie looking forward to I fourth foursome. to pray for Anna Belle.
brought in some pictures of him- I this year's Xmas party. Maybe we i Willy Norris, Jax, you like me to repeat it .-
self as a young boy the other 1 want a shorter skirt can talk him into playing Sandy match with Wirt Myers, 3-0 ?
I'G[ day. Bell-bottom trousers really turn you hate !showed me. I I Claws if he will lay aside his cigar I II R. R. Brogden, NAS Jax, I : No thank you. Anna
C looked good on him, and he must I, Clerk: have you Iriwl the ( long enough Ever bear of Xmas I ptd George Vaughn, the race last Monday
rave been a star football playerS lam department ? 'G-I|I In July 3-9, In the fifth foursome : 7 to 1.CUUI ,

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,I"". W+ ('1 hi* week'i rolumn I In devoted to i demonstrated the dives which will
} Carrier Air be judged in this
i' year's Olympic
:> aDDI""uar .f the >ual! Air Un.u',
; : -Ed.) competition. The Naval Air Station -

Anniversary Antics, -Elaborate 1 f band provided background

\ plans were carried out by the [ music and Zack Mosley, popular
: '
Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve comic strip artist, served as yiasi -
Training Unit in observance of the
i ter-of-ceremonies.
r second anniversary of its commissioning -
:. In view of the anniver- i i Beth Harkey, who competed as

sarv's significance to the cause of Miss Tallahassee, was chosen as

national defense, similar plans "Miss Week-end Warrior" and
c 'k hr were also retried out at 22 other Miss
t FASROon 158. Miss Dorothy -
locations around the country
CRQ' which boast activities under the Herrington, entered as Miss

'f TC '\ Naval Air Reserve Training Command Palatka, was selected Miss Patrol

On the eve of the anmver- Squadron 56. Miss Betty Hilda

.' saiv. Captain F. W. Priest nan,
Lindquist, entered as Miss Jack-
Chief of the local "Week-end Warriors -
sonville, was named Miss Marfne
revealed that currently
v 1t there are 240 Navy squadrons, 21 Fighting Squadron 111, and Pat

: Marine fighter-bomber squadrons, Reel, who competed as Miss Jacksonville -

u ara and seven Marine ground control Beach, was picked as Miss
: ...
\,I._>'.:.. -. __- 4L Y 1 week-ends throughout the 'na- left one out, you're right, because
tion. we're saving her for the climax.
AT THE NAKTU ANNIVERSARY splash party last Sunday in the indoor pool, NARTC squadron Our Miss Carrier
own Air
commanders chose "squadron queens" from the array of lovelies who competed for the "Miss | Local festivities took place Sat- I Group
is Ann Jackson
Florida" crown at Jacksonville Beach the day before. The skippers with their reigning queens are urday and Sunday at Jacksonville Patty who en-
left to right. Lt. Comdr. Bill Gittings of FASRon 158 and Beth Harkey Miss Tallahassee; Comdr Le- Beach and the Naval Air Station. I tered as Miss Orange County. Pat-
tv Ann was the smallest of the
roy Johnson of FASRon 58 and Pat Reel, Miss Jacksonville Beach; Lt. Comdr Chuck Rodgers of Patrol I Six divisions of NARTU fighter contestants both'
at the Florida
Squadron 56 and Dorothy Herringer Miss Palatka; Major Thomas Mobfey of VMF-144 and Bet- planes observed the occasion on
Beauty Bowl and at NARTU .
ty Hilda Lindquist, Miss Jacksonville; and Lt. Comd r. Ed Fischer of CVLG :52 and Patty Ann Jackson, Saturday afternoon with formation but
Miss Orange County.. Beth Harkey was also named "Miss Week-end Warrior of 1918." flights over Jacksonville everything she has is perfect
tion itself
1 Beach where
-- -- a large crowd attended -
j the Florvda Beauty Pag- I THANKS, JAYCEES AH

1 c Il 'l Wfn :, eant. On Saturday night the members of our air group join all

... t-l i "Week-end Warriors" were the hands of all squadrons attachedto
special guests of the Jacksonville NARTU in thanking the Jacksonville -

um Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce |. Beach Junior Chamber of

at the coronation ball at Commerce for the marvelous reception -

I Beach Bandshell where the win- they accorded us on .our
I ning contestant was crowned. second anniversary. Their recogniI -

{ : "Miss Florida" cut a huge NAR-I I of the importance of Naval
5' i I TU birthday cake bedecked with I Air Reserve and their many cour-

.. two candles and a model of a tesies extended to us during the

Navy plane, using a Navy sword Florida Beauty Pageant are appreciated -
She was assisted in the ceremonyby most deeply. Everyone
..' A most welcome companion vel- Captain Priestman, who, in reciprocation -. commented that you just couldn'tfind
ume to the author's STUDY OF
had been invited by a nicer bunch of guys, or a
HISTORY is Arnold J. Toynbee'sCIVILIZATION \y k '
the Junior Chamber of Commerceto nicer place than Jacksonville
act as a judge of the beauty Beach
J. this new book, Toynbee pas gathered
W."'!t.., : ,. contest.On THE WINXf:1tDon't look
a of ;
variety essays and papers !fI1':: '<' <"':" >'.;
y written over a long period of /Sunday:: a continuation of now but coming into the home
.r the festivities marked stretch as the most likely winnerof
:. 100 years. All chapters have some was by a.
bearing on his view of history; "Splash Party" at the .large indoor the recruiting contest for

aome present his personal opinion pool here. Highlighting the Fighting :52 is John T. Autry
',' ', in very forceful and appealing event was a contest for "Miss AMSAN. AMSAN: is not part of

'" language. Tonybee has the gift off Weekend Warrior" and NARTU his name but this new rate. If

enlightening and interesting hn fa C squadron "Queens", chosen rrom you're not nosed out at the final

,.., readers whether he deals with the re the entrants of the Florida Beau- minute, John we hope you enjoy
Graeco-Roman civilization, Rus ty Pageant. Week-end squadron that free trip to Havana.
: ". sia's Byzantine heritage, or the commanders acted as judges, HACK IN BLUE-In answer to

a. meaning of history. In this book, I while the girls gave a repeat performance the Navy's call for several thousand

he "attempts to describe the position of the contest held at reserve officers to till billets

in which the world stanus .< 'fi\Y y'' the beach on the previous day. In in the fleet, some of the pilots of

today, to assess, or reassess, the I !!$:. ; .. addition, there were several exhibitions the Jacksonville Naval Air Re-
status of the different nations, to I of classic and comic div- serve Training Unit have appliedfor

review the past, and to hazard ; : > ing by members of NARTU. Ray active duty on a full-time

some forecast of the future." (I ... ;:::5.i Trindade, NARTU stationkeeper basis. Lt. Jack Colter, former
THE SOUTHERN GARDEN : :, and Junior National A.A.U. one- commanding officer of VF52L: has

( '. BOOK by Louise Hastings should p""' :..:.... ... meter springboard champion., been ordered to sea duty on one
I ; ; -- ----- of the larger of the
?. be of particular interest to those I carriers Atlantic -
I, of you who have moved here from Fleet Lt. (Jg) Smith ha*
Anniversary Flyover
another section of the country received his orders for the same

where gardening conditions are entirely FLYING AN "F L A" for- type o( duty and will report within -

r different. The first part of mation (above), the week-end ne next ten days. Other officers -

; the book deals with the basicfacts warriors of Fighting 52 drew wno are applying for active

of gardening-soil, moisture a tremendous ovation from the ; duty with the operating forces in

supply, drainage, plant nutrition, thousands visiting Jacksonville I the air wing include Lts. E. J.
etc. The rest of the book is a detailed I Beach Saturday to attend the : Becker and D. S, Crockett and Lt.

r study of everything that Florida Beauty Pageant. On S (jg) G. J. Gamache. The ptospec-

grows in the South and all the their second pass, the NARTU tive departure of these pilots' will

rl'7' methods and materials needed to fighters formed a huge aerial provide openings for re5l"rVoffi.

',.'';. ..: make a garden successful. There anchor I right). Later, to the delight '\ ... 'I' cer pilot to join the *nua>ironti
;f' are also chapters on such! subjectsas of spectators from Ponte : : ;: of the local NARTV.

seaside! gardening, fruit gar- Vedra to Atlantic Beach, they "i"f' I ANNUAL T1AINi\G-Teain-=
dening, and table plants for special flew in low-level attack formations : ."' ....;:.: ., ..' ing cruises for the CLVG-VF-VA.

.. uses. The attack formationswere !: 'I 52 units for the coming fiscal year
If building ship models is ; ; have been detailed as follows:
your augmented by torpedo :
l 'I :
hobby, you will want to see UNIT- bombers of Attack Squadron :52 ;; ;,, I. VF52L "Able" group which includes -
; }
ED STATES NAVY WATER- i which made several passes in < the executive: officer and

LINE MODELS AND HOW TO I precise formation. The event : 'f \ I the assistant ground officers, will

BUILD THEM by John Philip was caught by several newsreel "J- train in the period from 7 August

.,.:;t.,t Cranwell. This book describes in I cameramen and described over .J.'i. -- ,..... : through 20 August. In Septemoer.
detail how to construct scale the air by Zack Mosley, creatorof ; : : VF52L "Baker" group, including
models of twenty different ves- the aviation comic strip, .;; ", : \:., .: I the commanding officer, ground

sels ranging from the "Mighty "Smllin Jack." officers, and enlisted personnel.
Mo" to the little destroyer escort I -+- ..;: ...;: -/;. -J:. I Will train from 4 September

"Buckley." In addition to provid- I : -- I through 17 September. During this
been for about fivemonthscomplete I
ing working drawings and plans! engaged latter period "all hands" of VA-

scaled to actual size of each model I with a beautiful _._ 52L and CVLG52 will take their
diamond. The is
lucky -------------
and a photograph of the completed guy --- cruise at the Jacksonville Naval
I Dayton Henry, now stationed in from WAVES to mosquitoes. poor thing hasn't been registeredyet I i
scale model of each ship Air Station. It should not bo
Sunny California where the wedding I Schenley has a new idiosyncrasy all for the want of a name. necessary
the book contains an official I to repeat here the fact that
is to be an event of July Bet all the other dogs are talking
J. she thinks she's
Navy photograph of each ship and I a Dempster I every man in the Naval Air Reserve
15th.: "Still Water Runs Deep. about him Also wanted, an insect I
t brief I Dumpster! Every morning while Training Unit is
a history. : expected to
t:. ''A surprise party was held last ]: the "Dumpster" is being dumped i reppelent dispenser installed in the make the annual cruise of 14 days.
Junior Officers
Auditoiium. Tho
: tor Betty Mueller's birthday. i. Schen lies patiently in the '
t 1'j1tS ; I I Everyone was surprised as things spot where it should be and awaitsits : mosquitoes seem to have a get- personnel CVYG52 1 attached and to AirGroup

I didn't quite happen as scheduled. return. We did worry that she together. there must' every right: Squadrons
I it a a wonder Frenchy would VA-52L and VT-S-'L are notified
Betty kept the guests waiting for might end like "Ooey Gooey" j 1
that the! following scheduled train-
I some time before the fun began. but let them in without a rnc'rir ear-1.
henley always moves in :
r Kay Bothell had a premature time. Min Rump has gained I ..: ing period: have been set up by
l he
VES Mentor: type training officer:
I birthday celebration since her victory for herself and the I II
) July 21 and 25: August 21 and 22
,I buddy-buddys were leaving .,I Navy by winning in the mixed aid September 25:; and 26. Copiesof
'''; prior to the correct date of the, doubles tennis! match in town. Is I I'I' I American Legion Post No. 137 the drill schedules
Ily Jean O'Hrjant, I'M I i event. The cake involved on such '' there no end to the talent these is memoian-
'I' I ponsoiing a dance at the Post dum were mailed to all members
..-.. Our barracks is getting its face occasions is good any time gals have ? I II Home located
at San Juan
I Avenue ; of these units for their information -
___ lifted now would be a most op- 1 maybe this way Kay will have two I Seems we're always ailing (or' and Lakeshore Boulevard, and guidance.
portune time for an elopement. ) parties method in her mad-
something to develop. Now we're I Iwond near Cedar Creek bridge, Satur-i i I .

M'l' Plenty of ladders around allthat's ness.RIGHT rin' what the provisions will day night from 2100 to 0100 Sunday || (SEA) The flag o. the United

\;. lacking is some cooperation AROUND HOME. Prudence I be and when the "shippin1 over'will I morning Musk will lw furnished Nations:: ia light blue and emblazoned -

Chris DeRoach really pulls a Rhoads has a new interest !start The Navy has the female !- by Jack Paikei orchestra< m white. in its center Is the

cmoothy on everyone Since Chris feeding the birds and squirrels habit of acting msterious.I I and door prizes will be awarded. U.N. symbol, a polar map of the

has departed from our clan, we The backyard i*I full of I WANTED: A proper and fltt.n' Tickets will DC available at the 'Id4'r world embra d in twin. olive
can publish the fact that she- has friendly little creatures ,an.lfln& name for Betty Hyslop's dstr, The \ hrgni h..



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Sharp and keen competition crown. I

kept the Jax-Navy mermen from Trindade, Jax-Navy ace amt
places in the Southern -
scoring top holder of the Florida A.A.U, 3.
Beach Swimming and Diving
i I Championships at LaGumge Ga., I meter diving championship, was
/ :: : STi last Friday and Saturday. Ray : not up to his usual form. He

w Trindade, Billy Cling:npcel and wound up second to Al Coffey of
Charley Carroll the three: NARTUmen Miami in this event.

who comprise the local Navy Charley Carroll, a 'newcomer to
A Lhull tank team combined their efforts A.A.U. competition, placed third I
to come in third with 23 points in the 100 and 440-yd. freestyle I

The local talent were edyed out I events, swimming against several I

of the runner-up spot by the Dallas titleholders. Carroll pushed second.. I

Texas, Athletic Club, while place in both events but lost by :
the MacFadden tank team took'': a touch-out each time. '

top honors with 49 points. The Billy Clingenpeel Florida A.A. .
Texas outfit garnered 29 tallies. : U. 300-yd. individual medley run- i

Sunday afternoon, the station : ner-up, placed second in the 300- ,
swimmers will journey to West I yd event in the Peach meet, losing -

t Palm Beach, Fla., where they will out by a questionable decision '
enter the 1943 National A.A.U. at the finish.
Junior Outdoor Swimming and i
Diving Championships' Charley In boxing there once was' a
Carroll and Billy Clingenpeel will : blow known as the pivot punch

be the only two Jax-Navy entries, that was barred forever The
as Ray Trindade will be busy this blow was struck by holding the
I ___ ..:: "-t ,
coming week-end getting ready arm straight out and the fighter
TILE: TIIREI--M\N: : J\X-NA\Y swimming team piled up a total of 23 points at the Southern for the Olympic Diving tryouts at : would pivot completely around.

Peach Swimming and Diving Championships at LaGrange, Ga., last week to walk off with third-place Detroit, Mich. on 9 July. Clingen- .
I honor The time mermen who comprised the Jax-Navy entry were Charles Carroll i left i who to ,k peel will b* out to cop first place Georgia Tech once scored 222

t thirds in the 100 and 400 freestvles' Ray frindade (center), who copped a runner.up spot in the in the 220-yard breaststroke and points against Cumberland in a t
three-m..tei diving, and Billy Clingenpeel who plated second in the 300-yard individual medlej All the 3-meter dive. Carroll is shoot- football game which did not go
are attaihod to NARTV ing for the 100-yard freestyle' the full distance.Flier .
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Station Tennis I Rood Trip Proves Flop As Locals Lose

Stars Fare Well' 'Four Out Of Five; Drop Another To Termino)

In City(; Tourney I -

Ij B Doug 'rocket
j ) Then in the eighth the visitors Jim Daley went all the way for barrage of base hits in the first ''
La met'd Munoz and Bob Radin Following the politv of the hammered out two hits and capitalized '' the Fliers giving up 10 hits Hut of the fourth to score five runs

of the Jax-"s\: tennis team advanced hapless Jacksonville Tars, the on an error and a walk : three of those safeties were tri and piai'ucally: clinch the decision I

l\l.uday'to the quarter finals :VAS Flier baseball nine once to chalk up the deciding marker ples which proved very damagingto Ken Werner opened with a 1
of the nuns singles division Fred Kilpatrick of Terminal led I the Flier cause. single and went to second when
of the Duval County Tennis Championships again came out on a very the batting parade with four hits j I The Marines sandwiched: an error Lee Zeni was hit by a pitched ball.

which ended yesterday short end of a road trip, this in five trips to the plate Ken Werner j between two lusty threebaggers Jerry Hosaflook singled to score
at the Riverside Park courts in I time dropping four out of five and Al Lazaro both chipped | in the opening frame" to Jump Werner, Al Lazaro singled to score

Jacksonville In addition to the tilts. To make matters even in with two hits for the losing off to a two-run lead and sew up Zeni, and then Ward Whitten slapped "

fine showing of Munoz and Radin, I worse, the locals were barely cause In all, the Flier batting the ball game. They added three a triple to right center to
Owen Williams and Hermama I attack seemed to show improve : insurance tallies in the last of the chase Hoaaflook and Lazaro
Rump advanced to the semi-finals edged out by the Jacksonville ment, the McCaffreymen slappingout seventy which were not needed l I I across the plate. Whitten himself

of the mixed doubles competitionby Terminal Railroaders for the ten safeties off the deliveriesof Schum contributed a home run'I scored a moment later when Eddie

Monday. I second time this season in three enemy hurlers I in the seventh inning outburst Bufford singled to centerfield

I Munoz, top-seeded in the tour their first home appearance I Marine: Down Tilers I Ii with one man on base. The Marines tried hard to knot

nament because he won the crown since the disastrous tour of j i Pitcher Ray Schum of the Par- Fliers Finally Win I the count in the fifth stanza whenthe
last moved into the quarterfinals .
year I ris Island Marines set the NAS The McCaffreymen won their / scored two runs, but the locals
: by defeating Fred Lewis, other diamonds. came right back in the sixth
Jacksonville Fliers down with only' of the recent road ,
only game
also of the Navy team, 6-1, 4-6, I But the recent acquisition of three hits over the nine-inning distance on Friday afternoon at Parris j i Al Lazaro walked, went to secondon
63. Radin advanced to the quarterfinals -, new talent may pull the locals out I Saturday afternoon at Par- Island when they copped a 7-5 I, a fielder choice, and scoredon

by pinning a 6-1, 6-0 of. their losing slump. The new ris Island to load the Marines to verdict in the opening game of Bufford second hit to center

defeat on Bill Carter I blood in the line-up seems to have I I a :5-0 victory over the locals. The ,I the series with the Parris Island ( with what proved to be the deciding

Hermania Rump and Owen Williams some of that much-needed punchat win gave the leathernecks a split Marines \\'ard'hilten, Flier"' ace run.Bufford .

reached the semi-finals of the plate, and things are now 'I with the Fliers in their two-game hurler, went all the way in get- II paced the batting at.
the mixed doubles by beating Lo- beginning to perk up at Mason series. I ting credit for the win.. He scat- tack with three hits in five trip

rene Goddard and Martin Bloom-I Field Eddie Bufford, recently acquired tered six hits and struck out ten I to the plate, driving in two runs

quist, 8-6, 6-2. I Today, the Fliers begin a two- outfielder, AI Lazaro, and Jim'' Marines 1 I I lilting fevM-ep" Series

In the meantime, the JaxNavyracketmen game series here with the Camp I Daley were the only Fliers able I The Marines grabbed off a two- I The NAS Jacksonville nine ran
showed! the Whiting LeJeune Marines Ward Whitten, I to hit safely throughout the game. 'I run lead in the third inning when into one of its worst series of the
Field Tennis team some classy the most consistent hurler on I Schum pitched near-perfect ball Bill Holberg opened the inning current campaign last week at

and clever ball smashing last Frank McCaffreys mound staff, fanning seven, walking three, and with a single and Jerry Glitch. rapped Whiting Field when the Whiting
Wednesday at the Whiting courts has been nominated to do the allowing only two men to advance" a long four.bagger to leftfield squad handed the locals three

when the local netters drubbed chucking chores today, while as tar as t thud base In addition tm the first tallies of the successive defeats to automatically

1% their opponents, 51. "Ace" Woolbright will probablytoe he was helped out bv his mate game eliminate the Fliers from any

Munoz, a newcomer to the Jax- the line tomorrow. who made nan an el'f"U' But the lo<'als broke out with a chance at_. the.___ NATAC crown._ .. ._.

Navy courts, whipped the agile : On Tuesday, the Navy combinewill In the opening day of the
Whiting singles ace, Frank Keis- journey to Eglin Field whereit they
firs' the Whitingites handed
5-7 6-4 86. In the number slated to twice with
ter, is tangle Fliers, a 7-4 defeat and then fol.*" -"
two singles, Williams dropped a the Air Force team there
lowed up the next day by taking
tough one to Bill LaReau of Whit- Terminal 6; Flier 5 both ends of a double header, 6.2
I ting 4-6, 6-1, 60. William took Rail-
The Jacksonville Terminal and 9 5>>.
the first set of the match but roaders came from behind Tuesday
faded in the finish. Radin chalk- afternoon to hand the locals a The opener of the twin bill saw

ed up one more for NAS Jax as heartbreaking 6-5 defeat Red the Fliers match their opponents'nine

he beat Joe Gray of Whiting, 6-2. Doll went all the way for the Fliers hits but fail to capitalize on

63. The last singles match went giving up twelve hits. How- many scoring opportunities. "Ace"
to Sterling Cranford, NAS Jax, he allowed earnedrun oolbright went all the way for
ever, only one
t the Fliers be with the
'I to charged
who easily downed his opponent, the other five tallying with
loss, but he led in the hitting department -
6-0. 63. the of six Flier errors
I help
with two safeties in
The doubles matches got off on The Fliers leaped off to a quirk 'three ..
the wrong foot for the local team : lead in the first frame when Ed- trips. "
as Doc Boggan and LaReau beat ]i the witha : In the nightcap, however, it
die Bufford opened game .
the local doubles team of Williams was a different story. The Whiting "
I stole second, and then I
and Munoz, 6-1 1-6, 6-2. Radin and scored when Ken Werner singled r I hitters' hammered the pitches of .;
Cranford evened up the doubles:''''to right. The Railroaders tied it I Tony Gezeli and Johnny Stitches ""
matches when the Jax Navy duet ,, I for eight safeties!, twice as manyas
in the second> only to see the I
_ up the Fliers could}. from
and Jack
Stopped Lee Brandenberg garner
locals combine five hits, one error,
the slants of three Whiting flingera -
_ McCabe, 8-6, 8-6. and a fielder's choice for four runs I
y.,. k |
in the latter half of the second ;
I In the opening clash of the
Mrs. Dunn Is WinnerOf frame three-game meeting, the Fliers.
From then the three Ter-
on. "
Golf Group's Six stymied by bril-
minal pitchers stayed in control, were once again .
liant pitching on the part of op. j'posing
Blind Hole Contest and their mates began to draw T, _,
Flier pitchers, collecting only
even closer to the leading .
Mrs C Dunn walked off with nine Two run in the third and four hits to go down to a 7-t: defeat I
Jim Daley of the Fliers turned
top honors in the six blind hole one in the fourth set the stage for "
contest of the Golf Group of the ; the evening score in the seventh. ,I m a fine seven-hit performance,
Officers' Wives Club last Friday I I 1JILL CRANE, playing his second year with the i"In"'rs is proving i but a four run rally in the sixth +i I

at the Station golf course with a bin. J. M. Hirst scored a-l to to be one of coach Frank McCaffrey's most valuable nun this I inning lost him the game. ..J. \

low gross score of 31. She was :I I take the match. season Starting the campaign as the regular first sa('kor, he I The Flier hits off the offeringsof I
followed bv Mrs C. P. Kelly who I The group will meet tomorrow stepped in and took over the backstop duties when an injury Jim Teet of Whiting Ki.-UI. wet' '

finished, with a low net s, ore of morning for a limited club contest i put Ken W,-rner on the mdalm. In addition to playing spectacular made by Bill Crane, J.nv Hos*'

25 strokes i I with entrants using any two clubs defensive ball, Crane u one of the local nine'a leading hit

__ In a b .gmners' two hole (" mfi si and a putter. I tere, pounding the ball at a 310 ptu self'i i

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::1 LL CDldrr. Jacka Named Head Coach Ie -- :"", I 0I

l 01 1948 .lax-Navy Football Eleven

I Lt. Comdr. Donald L. Jacka -

has been named head football NAVY BOXERS HONOR RUBINOthe

coach for the 1948 Jax-Navy

eleven, it was announced by C

the Physical Training and .
Recreation Department "-
this Amm mvft?1

week. Immediately following Hy Dan lanuzzi

I his appointment, Coach Jackastated The NAS Jax Fliers were greatly bolstered last week

: that the first meeting by the acquisition of Eddie Bufford, an outfielder, and Lee

: prospective football candi-) Zeni an infielder. Bufford who came here from Pensacola,
ates will be held in Building e fielder in addition
i> a fine to being a better-than-average
726 next Wednesday and hitter. In 125! trips to the plate this season wearing the Gosling -

Thursday evenings at 1700. spangles, he piled up a ,375 average Zeni is expected to

I This is Coach Jac-ka's second fill the hole in the Flied infield caused by Kay Angelucci's
tour of duty here at NAS Jax In
is to finish out the
discharge. Angelucci expected season
3941 he ,was a member of the '
Jax-Navy grid machine that ran < % with one of New York City's semi-pro clubs.
roughshod over its opponents Pri- *

or to his Navy football expel fence The NAS varsity softhallers suffered the loss of catch
Coach Jacka ball Kt Kan
sas University played and Kansas Stale ers Doug Roberts and Joe Zinnich this past 'H ek. Both

Teachers College from 1937: to 40 Y then were.Iuahle. to the neuly.foimed 1948 edition of the

The new grid coach also pla.< ed on station Softball nine and coach Ed Carpenter is once again
the undefeated Sand Point. Sai in search of some able backstops.
tie team In 194.1.: He reported *. *
here recently from Newport n I
Hay Trindade swimmer and diver has been
i In direct contrast to pt \'.oua J Jax-Navy ,
I years, the new mentor will ntH be chosen as a Navy entrant in the Olympic Diving Tryoutsat

blessed with any top-Wght returnees LWkePi-..-.. .-. -" -- Detroit, Mich., next Friday. Trindade has been working
from the previous ason's LT. cO lIm. ANTHONY, ItrillNO. Officer-in-Charge, of the out daily at the indoor pool in order to smooth out his 3-
starting eleven Star gridders like Physical Training and Rerieation Department here who is cutj rr.eter performances.
Jack McQuary, Jack Mancos, Harvey -I rently training the Navy's Olympic Boxing squad, received a plaque *. *. *.
Hardy, John Pawloski, Dick I from his fighters last week "for his: help in enabling them to become I,
Jensen Vince Anania, Bill Ren- I better boxers better sailors and better men." He is shown TheAS Supply Civilian nine, current leaders in the
fro and Ben Adams have all left receiving the award from Bill Bosio of the USS Albany, one of Jax KecreatSon Softball League, gained ground last Thursday -
the station via the transfer or the battlers who qualified for the Olympic final trials. '
discharge route. _n..._-._--. night when it dumped Jax Jr. College, 11-i, at the stad-
ium. Henry White notched another win for himself allowing
Instead, Jacka will be forced to Out Of The Cellar'Softball ,
work with newcomers to Jax. And ; only three hits, but he was in hot water often with numerous

with one of th& toughest sched-! bases on balls.
] in the annals' of station foot- Squad Reverses I *. *

"facing him; he will have to Not single outfit has signed for the intramural
a : as yet -
up .
his hard to be
charges ready
1) ; the. opening': ame with Eglin Trend With 3 Wins In Row Volleyball League All units!'! and departments )here

on 2 October at the Gator ; NAS should into this!'! It's
of. \ -. ,'' 'I The NAS varsity softball team finally hit its stride last : Deucey.

P Followinguthe opening game week by sweeping three successive wins into the victory *

with Eglin, the Fliers take on NAS ledger, downing the Parris Island Marines twice and the I The question of the station intra-mural softball champion -
Corpus Christi in a Naval Air NAS Supply civilian squad once. The three wins brought the
Training Athletic Conference tilt will be settled this week. Cal Hollywood from Hollywood -
here 9 October, Parris Island at Fliers' record under new coach Ed Carpenter to 1-2. Calif., picks the NAIITU softballers to emerge the
the South Carolina Marine base, The local nine is scheduled to play a twin bill with Maxwell titleholder And Vi1'ginin'est from West Virginia nominates

16 October another NATAC content Field Tuesday merit under the Hospital nine. Your reporter will play the wise
: with Memphis at Memphis, I Power Plant Diamond arcs. It credit for the win, even thoughhe
23 October, Whiting Field here on was also slated to tangle with the was forced to receive help from old owl and keep his mouth shut .
30 October, Cherry Point here on i Supply squad in a return game Tony Sarabi in the sixth inning. *
7 November Fort Benmng hereon Tuesday night at Power Plant, Between them, the two local hurl- The NAS Flier-Jax Terminal clash at Mason Field Tues-
13 November, and the Pensa- but the results of the game were ers allowed eleven enemy safeties, .
turned be
day out to one of the most hard-fought, bitter
but the Marines were not able to
cola: Goslings at Pensacola 20 No- too late for this edition. ,
vember. I Friday and Saturday, the soft come through when the ducks : battles seen here in many a year. Terminal, which has beaten

I '. I ballers\ trekked to Purls Island were on the pond. the local combine just once (that, two weeks ago) in the

Lord Murphy, Joe Gotten, Judge with the NAS baseball team, and i The Fliers grabbed a three-run seven-year history of the station, was forced to come from
limes, and George Smith are all though the hard ball outfit could I lead in the first inning and even I far in the ruck to cop the 6-)} verdict Though packed with
Kentucky Derby winners.At only snare a split with the leath- I though the Marines did overhaul
I action and drama
the full nine
throughout innings one play
I ernecks, the pillowball combine them with a four-run outburstin
Rockingham they have a swept the two-game series by their half of the first, still I in particular stood out over the rest. The weird happening

flying steward who watches every taking 7-5 and 10-5 wins. managed to stay in control. They I occured when Eddie Buffert, Flier left fielder, came up withan
race from a helicopter about fifty I On Saturday, in the final tilt II added two runs in the fourth unassisted double play by snaring an ankle-high blooper
and sewed the ball
feet in the air above the running 'of started the for series the,Fliers"Moose"and received Abreu I stanza up in the sixth by scoring game four I. in short left field and then beating an astounded I'ailroader
-I ---- .- ------- more tallies all the \\ay back to 1 second base.
! SET PACE FOR WAVES Dick Svejkovsky homered for --
,, --------_._.. -_. .V -. -' the NAS nine in the first inning '
with none on.1'llers Last-Inning Rally

the opening". 71; Marine game with SIn the I I From Defeat By Sou. Bell Traffic

JfA Sarabi went all the .
Marines, Tony I
Wildness and almost -
sluggishness! --- --
way for the Fliers, allowing six' cost the local WAVE soft- the local nine with a single and A
hits to lead his mates to a 7-5 bailers their first loss of the cur- double in two trips, driving In
victory. The Fliers slapped ten hits lent season in the Girls' City three runs.
the route .
over seven-inning I I
Softball League Tuesday night.
against Bill Carpenter of the Par- The local gills were trailing the : Wilbur\ Shaw, president of the
ris Island aggregation. Southern Bell Traffic nine by a.. Indianapolis Speedway, won the
I at the end of
Though trailing pair of counters when the last 500-mile\ classic three times.In .
I the third inning, the local bats : .
inning rolled around, but they I I
to life in the fourth canto to
found themselves at the plate in I his first with Notre
score two runs. Carpenter'scharges
time to drive five markers across
then tallied once in the Dame, George Glpp came through
to win the contest, 8-5
with a 62-yard dropkick.
and clinched the I
fifth by
.... game Tonight the station team will .
.. --- --
.f; chasing markers across the platein ,
be after another win when it
., the sixth inning. tackles the Southern Bell] Accounting m
Jim Dickson Flier first base-
a club at the Lackawanna :
"" man, smashed a long roundtripper -
Diamond. Tomorrow night, under
; in the fourth inning with one
the arcs at the station Power
man on base Plant diamond at :2000 Southern h
.' Flier Break !Streak Bell) Traffic will again meet the I
: I Led by Tony Sarabi, who turnedin WAVE nine in an effort to avengethe
'' .
1/. a masterful four-hit perform- last-inning rout of Tuesday
> I ance, the NAS Fliers snapped night.
:;}-.. their long streak I last week at "Skip" Moser. WAVE hurler
Power Plant Diamond by trounc- fanned 14 Southern Bell batters
/' ing the NAS Supply civilian! nine although numerous walks kept her

41. in trouble over the seveninningroute.
It. The Fliers leaped to the fore .
in the second inning when FrankTorrey At the plate, Ellen Messer It'd
:>,'!r''''', ... clubbed a double to right
: .. ..
it.1\'v-:" 7'A"" .. ... .. ''''''''V..f1W field to score Jim Cooke who had second on an error stole third,

fir \" \\INMi: JONES:' :: I.":.'".'. biiliiantAVE l.ut"l'ganlnt'r who is walked to open the inning. Supply and scored on Jim Dickson'a single -
current Iv It jultn r the lots 1 mmwith :21\ but::l'< in J'! hips to the knotted the score in the fifthen to right
plate t-t :' i 11'111.1'i j. *.: ;, > title .."d! Fu (.!h, (t.; \ ot Ilf.ii.WAVE ( a tic ubli nid three walks bv' Then Hi the sixth. Ken Ash-
t:., ,rd\ "'n'k..1 with a 610 battmt: u 'I..p i and! "" ""0"1'1" < to Sat abi but ".nit mnr thi "'h. t bant h I ii. uMed tc left tc I't'l1dw"
her o'r 'I hll' -. 'I an the 1 pot 'w'.. inn 'IU: lie nnstnrmenrt < )"t.0 rant t t. '1"11 J !ih partita ['\1'14 moi. runs *L'.:;,,per ing across tn. "No
mr wouldn't raUh
you me
: .n the ""VAS \\ AVK.S rurtav a. "tll !n. ,'ai n.lJI a,, f'tko.14' "ntned the iii'X't1Y'tl1U' and "t i'\ J insure the v
platt flying o7er any 01; mpie Lam"-
t n i1 r ) n > :: Softball League: w n" 71 k1' ad 'u1""O tc)

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Chatter I


srop Party In the Recreation Hal N

/- I IM tonight, 1930. Don't miss the fun

Dig Monday night, 5 July, Red
Cros Recreation Hall, 1930. On<
I of your favorite entertainers will

I be here with his own variety show

I from Jacksonville. Yes, fellas, it',*
; Bob Booker time again. He has;

M many tricks up his sleevee. Muthc .
II laughs. Get here early for a front a I

seat. He's plenty good. I
Welcome back aboard Alias
r Ott. How was Lake Weir? Know
you had fun but, gee! we're glad

you decided to call it a day and Movie: \V.-ek\laYt-lTSO and 2000; week-ends-14SO and 2000.THURSDAY ( + .

come back to the old homestead.


Fred Walker, SN, is in the limelight FRIDAY

this week. Of the four years BOY SCOUT DANCE Mainside Auditorium, Air Station Band.

that Walker has been in the Navy,, Starts at 2000.
most of the time was spent in the SATURDAY

European theater. KIDDIE SHOW at 1330. "TIOGA KID," with E. Dtc"IUand

Along the line of sports Walker R. Ales Feature, "SILVER RIVER," starring Errol Flynn, at 2OOO

Jtr' I prefers boating, fishing, and only. _
I swimming.Our SUNDAY /
friend is a friendly, likablt "SILVER RIVER," starring Errol Flynn. -I

: fellow-always smiling and in a MONDAY
'good humor. He cettainly isn't "YOU WERE MEANT FOR ME" featuring Jeanne Grain.

walt In' long, mate" I lazy t. either 'cause he puts in his TUESDAY AND WKDNKSDAY;

share of time with the outside "THE IRON CURTAIN," with Dana Andrews.

detail. Purely voluntary, of course.

ICommercical I Bulletin I Walker's favorite recreation is JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUMNow

Just having a good time. A3 for ( <.(Hii to enlisted personnel and dependents a* well a* .officer)
Bulletins mil be accepted until space ha* been filled, but not I music, he prefers popular and hillbilly Shows start at 2000.
later than 1000 Tuesday. t xt. 82.10.: songs. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
With regard; to the future, Fred "
"ANOTHER PART OF THE FOREST, starring Frederic
-- FOR SALE Anchor brand wardiobe \nunk( practically says he's for trying the twenty-I March.
new Call J. K. Heard 8- year Navy plan. Here's hoping you I
baby bottle t wdiinei:tint baby Kales all In good condition, ,, Skeeter carburetor:"and -compression : stick, Walker, and get to sit back I KID/' with E. Dean and R. Att's.8tTSU..Y .
Must be seen to be appreciated, Telephone car new 1941. anti take life easy at the ripe old
head on a
2-2035 and ask for Mr. McKay ?13eFuol'se
Ford four-door I super I age of 33. "TENTH AVENUE ANGi," featuring Margaret O'Brien.

Sturdy wicker stroller ii: notnl; condl.: job with: 1932 radio Ford and roadster heater, with new a paint V-S Occupational TherapyThe MONDAY AND TUESDAY;
J tlotv Yours for ib by calling at HUB I engine. Must sell being transferred chips are flying 'in the "SILVER RIVER," starring Errol Flynn.

Child Street. NAS. '_ Call Miller atext221or27711.Threebedroom I woodworking and plastic department \VIDNKSDAY .
, Bedroom< suite, living loom ulte. dirt- I bungalow i l at--Lakeshore Pfc. C. W. Doolittle, Mc- "YOU WERE MEANT FOR ME,'' featuring Jeanne Grain.
cttt. and apartment-size electric: with tile bath and kitchen, I Gown and J. Baird are busy on
stpve.Mr. con, 5769t.r941' attached garage screened porch: per
the three wood lathe- With a OTHER EVENTS
'four-door-Sulck Super> witn isdlo manent awnings and oak flooring I
and heatei A new 1W7 motor I' throughout On a double lot with mighty brrrr. the lathes are turn-
hat Just recently been Installed, I barbecue pit In excellent condition ing surveyed bowling pins into 11INGO I"AHTYEvery Thursday at 2000 at Navy Wives Clui.
Sec Joe at 3637 Irwin St.. Lower> Close to schools church, and shopping lamps, wood stock into rolling house in Dewey Park1SUXING -

J l afk. ae..r.Ii... \)\), _. See owner district at Immediate 4621 Fremont possession Ave. pins, and blocks of mahogany into -For information regarding workouts, contact Physical

Black. En;lUhtyle.. ladles riding, James Harrison various sized salad plates.E. Training, extension 593.Altius&iiJii '
boots size seven worn 479 before only once 17uu New- Florence heater, levenroomn F. Anderson (V.AP) and LOLUNuE Formerly the Reception Center located tit -

r __CatlDol, 1 Hall. ext. : del. $75.' Call_ Ia .ul.7.i at 8082rOK __ D. P. Archer have been converting she South wing of Building No. 9 3, is op\!n to NAS personnel and
:Maple mattress.crib with$2J. wet See-pi at oof 3310B Innersprlng Ulbbs:! ; ---- :;' RENT-- small pieces of an airplane propeller their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding recep-

Avenue. Dewey Park any time R Nice "front bldlOomwllhli \vatei to rings, rings for the fingers, uon t>y arrangement with Welfare Officer Combination radio-pho-

_C. 1.ohn80n. HMC ', gas, and phone. Will also shah I that Is. After forming the ling; nograph available for use of all hands.
1911 Chevrolet IIve-pasllenl coupe In rest of the house Labelling. Jl'JWoodUwn and cutting it to size, much timeis L1URAJIV-Located on second: d'iof' Malnaide Recreation Build. 'I

excellent condition with radio and _A\enue_, J7.B051. I spent on buffing and polishing. mg No. 3. Open from 1200 to 2000 Monday through Friday, Saturday J s
{ ,ater. Buy my equity take up the. Room with adjoining! bath and garagsin The last step is stamping the Ini- and Sunday from 1300 to 1700. ;.':" ,oJ .: I''
charges '
and sate finance kitchen 01hnekafast
home privileges
piyments. new:
Contact J. B. Shonktln AMI, Bid:, seived Near NAS. Call tials on the front side. SWIl\J.\UNG-Outdoor Pool. Daily Monday thrOUgh Fr1dal000' ito '
167, ext8118_ Mis. Young at ext 8229: 01 2.6327.Sixroom King on A-7 has been spending 173U. Saturday-l000 to 1800; Sunday--1215 to 1800'. : ..{r
Ktahogany mantel clock sound the ) ''house furnished or unfurnished much time on a large boat model, OOLP'-Course open from 100O to sunset daily. Saturdayfand: Sun."
hour and half-hour. $10. Call Mrs Immediate possession Located complete with sails and arms. Unfortunately day from 09001700.( Golf clubs are available at Golf Hotese. Bathing -.{
Giey-' at 2-6132. at 4636 Tlmuquana Rd. George,, he has been forced to trunks prohibited on Golf Coursa. : ': '

15 heater II Plymouth and< good business ilic Good coupe ci.ndl-with phone nicely-furnished 3-0274-J bedioom With: hold up operation on it because of lIIUIC\G.-.open; daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
tlon. new paint Job very reasonableAlso twin beds and adjoining bath. All trf'atment.Ve ate all anxious to cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300, Located south of Mason
; general household< furnishing. modern conveniences, Also two kingl see you back King, and working Field. Dancing every Wednesday night with the Air Station Band.
Including arm chair. Holljwooa bed L, I'! looms, reasonable Phone 7-8110 on that modelACTIVE. Tt.NN1Racqueta and balls are available at the Physical Train-
and miscellaneous other Items and akfor Mrs. Arnaud.
J Building No. 726.:
6. Salvall. VU Unit. Hangar 117 or 'oom without kit ng
Ldlje-bed' with
3J03B Clbbs Avenue, Dewe Potl k.B chen 1lieges. For 01 nice quiet couple NURSERY; Sponsored by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg 1101.

MI' Tompkins, ext 8301.' "___ week. Inquire at 323 Atlantic Boulevard Friday-0730 to 2100; Saturday-0730 to 0100 Sunday morning;
Six-room house at 5226 Trans) ivunidA Atlantic Beach. Fla, In the Sunday-1200 to 2230. Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents
7UU, time, or call: Ora Buckle)'. NWoV -
> : day
.. Wesconnett. My equity
balance e 3100. Brown 2-7970 after 1800. OFFERED TO NAVAL for each additional child; Card-$8 for one child; $10 for two children;

}' tires,-super cu"hion.-li > TbOxl3.: Three-bedroom house, furnished.Tn and $11 for three or more children; Daily (for working mothers)-$1
run only 1.200 ml I en. Can be keen Muuay Hill sector with fenced-ln from 0700 to 1800.
at 1335A Randolph St. NAS. Ask for back yard near school center.bus line MrFulmei. '. RESERVE OFFICERSAn I100UY SHOr-Located in Bldg. 913. Open daily from 1700 to
and shopping
Crider. chiuch'. 24662. 2100 and 1300 to 2100 on Saturdays, Closed Sundays Facilities and
!1'hoc washing machine: almost new, equipment for all hobbies
Mis. Talbert at 14'JJ: Corner bedroom with kitchen prhiT-
reasonable. See opportunity to return to ac-
Cumberland Rd. or call 2-1783. eyes at 2313 Park St. Phone Mis minimum of MODEL; AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 13, Bldg. 913. Regular Hobby
for one
tive duty a
i mufflers,atatnlees steel re,ii lnatoi Holsonback at 7-8338 Shop houis.MODLL.
:large: two.bedroom i apaltn"1entwith year has been offered 3,000 Naval RACK CAR SII01.-Room
left tall pipe, and all fitting New 15. Bldg. 913. Regular Hobby
for 1941 1 01 earlier Ford or Mercury: electrically- equipped kitchen Reserve Officers, according to a Shop hours.1'lIOIUGILI'JIY.
C. R. Hendrlck. phone 28590. and Venetian blinds. $85 per month recent announcement by BuPers.
'- : See Mi. Wlenback at 3136 Post St. CLUB-Room 5, Bldg. 913 Meets at 1930
e-lrlgerlltor-; definite commitmenthas
Crosiley Shelvador cu.ft. Riverside Though no Thursdays.
I ., used only six weeks. Also large : 'iuum-with yet been made by the Navy,
(, Mrs.size play\\" pen.F. Moss Will at sell 12KB on terms.HancockSt. See Nice hot water In a nice quiet neighborhood Bupers said that volunteers for WHERE TO GO ASHORE
$150 per night. Call Mrs. active -
I .. NAS. duty may expect opportunities
n 1941 two-door_Plymouth- sedan -with lfpuston.8-277q_ for retention beyond the SALVATION ARMY SKRVICEML'N'S; CENT} n-602 West Adams .

! radio heater, and defroster in excellent will share clean cool house with cou- twelve-month: cruise. above Lane Drug Store, one block west of Navy Bus Station

condition See Warrant' UW.eel' line Electric and stores kitchen, approximately, close to bus$40 Officers with sea experience and Free use;: of recreation room, writing room, music room, check
t'llllnglm at Marine BarracksH this room, and shower facilities. Light refreshments available at snack
during working houis per month. See at 4231 Edison' Ave. junior officers desiring typeof
Buick four-doot' Special f wUh new nai' Ed!Re wood, or phone Bonlcelli duty will be given preference bar. Open from 1030 lo 2230. ...\
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seat covers. Mechanically good. See at 20280. I I for these billets, the announce- DUPLICATE BRIDGE TOURNAMENTS every Friday night at j I I2UOO.
Simpson at Barracks 912 or phone Foui-room furnished apaitmentioctited ) available: 4lh I ment said. Age limits were set on Open to the public. Naval personnel cordially invited. 3524 St.
.\t. 8270. at beach. Will be I Johns Avenue. Playing fee $.75. Telephone Remjinger 2-0013 for
of July week-end, season or )ear volunteers for sea duty, however, reservations
! Elt ctiiIteel guitar with Cost cane$168., .tech will': 'round. Call _Mitchell at _22680._ I. In that Commanders must not be and information.HOSPITALITY .
and picks Like new. -- -
4-room apartments, old Lt. CENTER for servicemen and people at
sell (or $100; double-barreled Stevens Two unfurnished more than 45 years young
shotgun. 12 gauge with three each with private bath and wired Comdrs. not more than 40, and all Union Congregational Church, 236 W. Church Street (between Ho*

boxes of shells. case. and cleaning 30mm tor water electilc heater stove.and nice Has cool electric front and hot other officers under 36. gan and Julia t I. every Saturday night, 2000 to 2300. Dancing, ping

camera gear $JO.case Unlvex-Mcicury and photo attach- back porches. Require permanent Surface and air line and staff pong, table, games, singing, etc.
ments $60. Call R. C Edlin ai ext. tenants for $33 per month. Located corps reservists are eligible to i - -- '-
80592. south of NAS. on West Collins Rrl, Policeman: John Jones ? Nona
TI3 should
or two blocks from highway 17. J, B. apply. Surface volunteers
$ix-iroum i house in a quiet and refined Sadlei. Route No 4. Box 418::. Ja<'ksonUUe apply to the Commandant, Seventh -I of that-what's your real name?
neighborhood Will sell below market }'Ia. Naval District, while reserve Chauffeur: William Shakespeare.

Lakeshore price at Blvd.99,8oO.:, beyond Located Popular at HO Bedroom i with 'adjoining*- h th"and air officers should request duty Policeman: That's better. You ,

Point. Phone 2.0300 and ask for Mr. breakfast prix lIe eI. $7.50 per week through NARTU, Jacksonville. 'I t can't pull that "Jones" stuff on '. '
Phone' Miss Young _at 2-3023 __ '
Travii.id4fi . me.
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excellent condition reasonable. Also SALTY HUMOR FROM I
Thayer baby carriage In fair condition Returning to Philadelphia "Pennsylvania Air StationContinued I "Why Lot Smith pacing up and
!' $10. See at 1 43-1 IA Child SlieH 5 or 6 July. Call Room 7.6261 for two and HERE AND THERE 'down in front of his house like
or three passenger
r NAS: or call ext. 488. I ask for BUI ( roin Page 1)) that ?"

j "Three-bedroom i frame housew lh tiled 'J..eavln-f r Trenton,-New Jersey.; 13 tor), aircraft instrument : "lIe's awfully worried about his
bath, full-length Mrs Smith her
, kitchen copper opened refrigerator "
, screen, screened porch set tub and July. Have: room for one or two pas- ic, electroplater, radio mec.han-j wife.
washing machine complete kitchen engeis. Call Lt.Ji( ) J. O. Wou- and metalsmith (aviation) and wad surprised to see a "Is that so? What's she got ?"

I.' equipment, Can be purchased fUInlh..d ters, ext. 498 Application can also rabbit lying comfortably on one "The car."
to tout at any time. I
or unfurnished Owner being If you want r;
Mrs. Whitman by filing form No. 60 with the of the shelves.
transfer I"'ed. Immediate possession, will sit with your baby.
two miles from NAS. Contact Lt ext. 81.30. employment office here by mail. "What in the world are do- What do you mean, I have baby a}
, W. E. Berg, 8-9001. Business girl to share- apartment! HiRlveislde. The form may be obtained from you hands? '
,J Handy-Hot apartment size-washing preferably I one with own any first or second class PostOWct' ing here," she demanded of the They're Just beginning to creep.
machine with rlnsei.: like new. See bedroom furniture. Alary Fulllngton, rabbit.

Fischer at 3819B Norman St.. Dewey 2. -jjO. apartment 10.' "This b a Westinghouse, Isn'tit Landlady: "I thought I saw you
Park. Job "as baby sitter: Will aloo help
19B Buick "convertible coupe,Must mother. See Chapell girls at 1017 81: (In Aleutians) "Why don't ?" he demanded indignantly. taking a gentlemen up to your '

sacrifice equity for JUO. Contact _BajrlnSt., NAS._ ny. time. .:-_ you wear earmuffs, Chief ? It's "Why, yet it Is." apartment yesterday. Miss Smith."
Lease at Bldg. 158: or Barracks A. MISCELLANEOUSFOUNDGraham : cold." Miss Smith: "Yeah, that's what
"Well I'm westing! "
Sule of unclaimed laundry attf Chief: "I haven't worn them I thought, too."
Ship' Service laundry plant tomor sterling silver teaspoon
of white uniforms cheap with Initial either T or J on since the accident""What
row. Plenty 300' Fer- "Doe wife miss She: "Whenever I'm in the
Sale starts at 0900.abyfied back. Found near Building accident? your you
!f play pen, Stoikllne 1)3h rell ext. &:392.p. Chief: "Someone asked me if I much?" dumps I get a new hat"
carriage. all In good condition. Mrs .HI tradIgfn deluxe wrist welch wanted a drink and I didn't hear I "No. She throws remarkablystraight He: "I was wondering where you
Thomton. 1223B Hancock St. NAS for a row boat. See Davis at Public him," I for woman." got them"
of ext 683. I Works electric shop or call ext.

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