Jax air news
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 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1948
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
lccn - sn 95047201
System ID: UF00028307:01650

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DURING THE FI1'E YEARS of its existence, the Jax Air News with Editor Arthur INI Greene have been the "backbone" your weektv, :
has Known many staff members, some professional newspaper men, newspaper They are, left to light, Al Hope, Win Hough, Doug CrockeLand
some just ambitious, talented young fellows just out of high school. Gene Whitlock. To learn their exact, duties in putting together the
For the past 19! months, the enlisted men shown conferring (above) Jux Air News each week, turn to Page I.


Two JAX AIR NEWS 1 April 1948


\ JfflWS. No Need To WorryA

misinterpretation of the law termin-

Editorial OfficesSouth ating maternity care for wives of military:

Ulnff, Lower Deck, Bide. 930 personnel in the last four pay grades at civilian fROM

Telephone Extension 8184 facilities at government expense on 4 I'' e"61Ne l SAN DIEGO ..

Arthur M. Greene, Editor April has resulted in the widespread impres CALIFORNIAJACKSONVILLE

The JAX AIR NEWS la published weekly at the sion that ALL maternity care to wives: of
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, and service personnel in this category is being ; I :
printed commercially: with non-appropriated 'fundsat halted. (LORI AIt .
no expense to the government and in compliancewith It 'I -
SecNav Circular Letter 45-1018 dated 12 December This impression, however, is entirely er- 1 U [ ltD fgMAlNeqto

1913. Copies are distributed free of chargeat roneous and based on misinformation. Ma-

the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical ternity care, Navy medical officials .point
Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval Rr L
out will continue to be available the
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters of ( :
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air wives of men in these pay grades at all naval -' l l HERE:

Station Cecil Field, and the U. S. Naval Hospital dependents' clinics and hospitals equipped to
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and the U. S. Naval Hospital. handle maternity patients The Dependents'Unit

Rear Admiral Ralph Davlton of the Naval Hospital here will still

Commandant Seventh Naval Dl Ulct provide the best of care to wives of servicemen I t
Chief ol Naval Air' Advanced Training
who are expectant mothers, it was revealed -
Captain Herbert S. Duck01. L'SN. Commanding ( ( o
Jacksonville Naval Air' Station l

Cupuln I C. M. Schaar.IMC Captain K. W. Prlestman. r
). USN: Commanding CSNR. Commanding Record Expenditure ( _
U. S. Naval Hospital Naval Air Reserve 1
Training Unit

(SEA-Veterans') Administration offi-
LL Cot T. C. Movie. Jr. Lt. Col. Robert A. Black .. .. &
USMC. Commanding Commanding Marine All cials have expressed the belief that veterans'expenditures _or- war.
Marine Barracks Detachment NARTU :
may never again hit the all- -

Th JAX AIR NEWS receives Ship Editorial Association time peak of $7,805,355,201 spent during the 'N._ ........._r ,('s
material. publication ot credited' mailer prohibited fiscal 1947.According -
without pel mission of SEA, Washington 25, D. C. Republication year .

is of'any other wnnoui matter, except poi mission by service ot J.Gll_pubitcations r-, to administration sources, it "Ah, California air!" .

JAX nix NEWS.. ..lbllt'd is expected that the expenditures for the
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Fifth AnniversaryExactly approximate the $6,961,000,000 appropriatedby

Congress. They expect an even greater I Commercial Bulletin. I IIhlllt'tlnOi

five years ago today, on 1 April I reduction in expenditures of 850: million dollars

1943, the first edition of the Jax Air News during the fiscal year 1949. Mill bo fir(fpled unlllMasco Double bed with Innei-spilng mat-

was published and distributed to the militaryand The reduction in expenditures is being "' has been filled, but not Inter Lucas and) roll Jfc. springs bedroom. $.!;S chad, chest, J.nfrtiawcix "<,

civilian personnel of the Jacksonville i brought about by expiration of various vetBrans' than 1000 Tuesday. Eat:: XiSO.: : !I *> \9 rug $10: dinette wt $U.:
HIt SALK Phone 8-2060:! Petot, 1311 Cumberland
Naval Air Station. It replaced a privatelyfinanced i
programs and curtailment of others, Road.
I 1940 Nash ctinviitlhuHlenl, t condition
newspaper which had been serving the even though the veteran population is in- $IO*!,'). See Hmdrn' Bldg 4V). FOK RENT
station, the Jax Fl 'er'and was organized to : creasing slowly. or 1J03: East Uth St, phone J- Rh err.ont hume completely furnished -
llro-1.U'. three bedrooms two baths,
provide personnel attached to this. activity 1941 Hudson super "6" new engine>, kitchen, dlnlngroom. breakfast room,
with an organ of their own. 1 batter> >, clutch elc. Cat mechanically I sun parlor llvlngtoom and den.
,, Phone 7- 375, Mrs. Johnson.
overhauled needs paInt job but
From its inception, the Jax Air News I body Is very good jb'M See:: G. R. Bedroom with adjoining bath, living
caught the fancy of servicemen and civilian I O\eib, Hangar 113 NARTU Main. room and kitchen privilege There
p1ainsjar ( lenance al or 31248J. I :2-xKia5:! MI'.. Johnson.
workers alike. The first edition was enthusiastically ( 1941 \ Ir-'SP: IlhODI two- Two-room apartment with\ kitchen
received and this reader interest door sedan Motor ladlo. and tiles prh lIelje.! On bus line, non-drlnken
TJeuxs rom.Satkx\ less than old. Phone >
; : \ one year ext. onl)'. Mrs. Gross, 4537 Post St.
has been maintained down through the 578 during working hours ot ext.
1469 after 1630, J. F. Daly. lour le1)'rlte'Oml.. some cooking
years. The paper's content, format and 1940 Studebaker coupe Light blue, i can be ....n&ed. Phone 8-1668, Mrs.
style remained flexible changing to suit the I SIWHICH four new tires, ladlo, overorlve, hill- Hammond.
holder, new front end 1650.: See Roberts Room housekeeping pilvllegea.' Then
readers' taste, the times, and the size of Bks. 915, ext. 233. I :2-U-J2J.: Mrs. Griffith.
Three rooms of furnlluie Includes Two single rooms. One has private
NAS. It first eight-pager PEW7In
appeared as an
thiee-plcce bedroom suite, dinette bath and private entrance, other
serung only Mainside. Later, a NATTC se our chapels there are quite a numbee set llvingioom fuinltuie, sofa chair, Baker.seml-pihale bath Phone :2-7W1. Mrs.

tion was incorporated and it expanded to 12 of pews that look very much alike tables,,Roark lamps, ,throw 1324 Cumberland tugs, and pictures Rd. Furnished two-bedroom spa rlment.

pages. For awhile, it served not only NAS but are really different. Three rooms of furnlluie. Very leasonable. Avallablt to tent from 6 Apill to
Foster, 3114b Barr St., :J May Children welcome. Front
and NATTC but the Naval Hospital, Lee There is, first of all, the Critical Pew ey Park.Washing and back porch, sun porch: Nice 1 location
Field Green Cove Springs Cecil Field machine, good condition DeW-I three block from >he"
tat It watches the Chaplain with eagle eye; even Carney ext. S221.: 4502 Polnu. Phone 7-5458.'Wiseman.
Mayport, Municipal No.1, and the Yellow when he makes an impression on all other Metal bridge table with lour Large room with kitchen privilege
Water \ 915. S. J. Geiger, 1221B: Ua Ch.III'j: I adjoining bath Phone 7.75(69, Mrs.
Gunnery Range. pews our Critical Pew remains 'dumb. The 35mm enlarger condenser type, C. L. Logging. 2<*6 I>IIwood Ale
In January, 1016! with demobilization lens, also dajlight Ulna developing Four-twin apartment unfuinlthed.I
choir knows it and grows nervous. The sing- tank, three trays feiiotjpe tin etc Available li: April. Phone 43745. .
cutting down the number of men on duty ing is too light or too heavy The Critical m. Croft, ext. J33: or see al 410bC: Mrs Herring
here the reduced to its present Dewey Pak Annex after 16:>u, Room private home, well located.
paper Pew finds everything except blessing. High chair reasonable. K M. Wise, Mrl. Warfleld. :2342: Park Ave
page size with a two-page NATTC Then there is the Irregular Pew. Sometimes ext. 3M, 1334H Hancock St, NAS Will\ share bungalow with couple Mrs.
eight"l Shepherd, 33U: : ,
Washing machine with pump 1
At the beginning of this month, with it is full, sometimes it is empty. On model. Dr. Chrlstoft, Bldg. *M). .
moving to Memphis, the NATTC se<' Apartment I. Two-bedroom house, llvlngroom. klUhen. I -
special occasions bath,
you may safely count upon Four rooms of furniture Includes sleeping porch. Refeiencw J
dropped and Mainside took over all eight I its presence, but when a united effort is to three-piece wicket set with covers i Bennett requited. Phone :2-14U, Mrs. B. 1:::.

pages be made, or a request for assistance in and platform lamp rocket, :bar and maple large coffee mirror table, WANTEDJob
Uppermost in the minds of all the men console radlo
Christian work is -phonograph combination
will as
forthcoming baby sitter.
you Middle-aged
magazine jack, two end tables, lady. I
who have had a part in the direction of Phone 2-6493: Mrs. Wages
make little mistake if you reckon upon thatpew's box spring and Inner-sprlng mat. Students to tutor In
the station paper was the thought and determination tenants being elsewhere. The Irregular tress drawers, vanity, dresser two chests of guage., Call Mrs B. the M. Watson Russian, 1010 lan
double bed,
to make it the best service andmattiess. Barrln St. NAS ext. &(7. I
paper .
I Pew enjoys very little blessing.On live-piece: dinette set iron. i
in the country. That the Air News ranked, Ing board, odds and ends of dishes. WILL TRADE
the other side of the chapel is the All for 9150. W. A. Sadowskl. 3802B
and still ranks, among the best is indicatedin I Cordial Pew. It is radiant with sunshine, Norman St., Dewey> Park. j, Eoulty Jeep V in. H 1941. Heaby.Chrysler 32J3A for Blair Wlllya Ale.' ,

the high praise the paper has received greets other pews with genuine cordiality, Handy-Hot Remington washing, machine.&lIulre'l: : Dewey Park. .

from other service papers and outside extends a handshake to any other visitor, excellent automatic condition.and accessories Kxt. SI63.both Brew In

sou rces. and listens with joy to the words of life. er.Baby'. IATU Stages Gala
The Jax Air News faced crisises Taylor tot In good shape, W
many ;
On the
out Cordial Pew
o way fairly boxing gloves, set of four, '''. GrlfIllh Party Rl Larry'sA
over the years, and it is facing another now. I beams. "A most inspiring sermon The J108A Barr Ave, Dewey Paik I I

This edition, besides marking the paper'sfifth singing was fine!" There is a good deal of Th..ee.plece table two-piece llvlngioom llvlngtoom suite suite kitchen, antique I' gala unit party was held at

anniversary, also i virtually a fare- blessing received by t'\e occupants of the love Ave.,seat. Roulston, 5045: Appleton I'I L&rry'a last Friday by IATU. A
phone H-1075
after chicken
well edition of the current taff.'ithin the Cordial Pew. 12x7: fuinUhed. was served and a
next} two weeks, all of the enlisted men 1 couple, must sac- 'IrUICt" contest was held.
But last there is the Prayerful Pew. It at onCt w- HFolks, BMlc. The sensation of the evening -
now attached to the Air News will be sep- spends a moment or two with bowed headsin NATTC Police, ext. 8219. was when four men from the unit .

arated. New men will have to be found and I silent on entering. It to Equity in two-bedroom house, paitlv participated in an egg-rolling contest -
prayer comes
furnished 01 will trade for a suitable .
trained. Reduced complements will mean I worship and brings the spirit of worship house trailer C. F. Mlllei. 'I Howard Hoffman AMM3c,
Shop :323a, A&R, ext. 321. was! declared the winner.
work for who will
those have the
more responsibility of publishing the Air News in When lion, good motor. $JW cash: Wells, was
prayerfully. the Chaplain rises to JlS\: Cumberland= Road won by Betty Rucker,
the future put it is our earnest hope that preach, he unconsciously turns toward the 5039. phone :21W1 SKlc, of the Commissary Department
the same high quality which has marked Chevrolet Master Deluxe Site. I a guest at the party.
Prayerful Pew. Then his heart grows warm, passenger club coupe. New paint I
the paper in its first five years will be his spirit is afire, and his voice rings out in and John tires H. K'lor radio,, 3814B heater Norman, defroster. ,
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continued. clarion notes of victory. Dewey.. Park j I 5!
Many congratulatory have been 1942 M" system house hailer, 23'fl. r-
messages Which of these
pews will you be foundin Sleeps two adults and one child, I
received by the Jax Air News on past anni- as you come to worship in your Navy built I -lh desk and wash stand in I : ,, n Say I
bedroom, circulating' heater,
versaries but since does not permit *10-Ib. ={
space Chapel ? Icebox, Must sell before 4 April. .Skl'' vtlth
quotation of more than one, we have chosen -- .-- -- -- Sl.OUO.Park Yukon D. \\':. Fla.HohiM; --' -n.i.-..- Tr""M'- ._.. recently resulted? In a near-fatal tractor

i that of Captain Arthur Gavin, former Com- uork on the land, sea, and in the sky has Camera German make Lens 1 :.15: to liijnrlp. One moment's thought )

manding OYicer of NAS Jacksonville, on brought many victories to our armed forcesin 7.5C seconds., M, Immediate speeds 1 second sale Amateur to 1tOO: "ould have prevented Biithkidatiifr a

the paper's first anniversary : recent months. Unity of effort of land Cumberland ladle ,gear, odd, ends' etc 1400 L. accident." j

"On this the first anniversary of the Jax bases is vital to the Road Robeils --- -
success of attempts to Lange packing trunk with\ trays, 910 -- -
Air ethe station I take this Mrs. Gray, phone 2-6112
newspaper, keep our armed forces across the seas sup- Bedroom suite, high chali 'Phi loo cabInet '!
opportunity of extending sincere congratulations plied with the implements of war necessary radio. U, ij&) Fhanhan. 162- a eAt

on the accomplishments of the past to final victory."In 'imller.Cumberland camp Road and luggage, complete

year."A. I behalf of the Jax Air News I bespeak Chief all gear Tanner included 3112B, Good Barr Si bariraln, Dew-: : the vt.tU Chaprli, .
station newspaper plays an importantpart the cooperation of officers and enlisted per- cy Park.l.uts kiwi Read sad Nettle A

in the upbuilding of the morale of the sonnel of this station in making the news- 12,minute 70x159'from. on HAS dead and end one street block 'II i I 09..10NA1 (,rrvtettaat Service. 8"11I1.1
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officer and enlisted personnel. For a paperin paper a greater success in the ensuing 12 I 244 from, Davis.Ortega River, $2T)0 each. Ex I. K 45--Oneial Bo>ei worship Service -.

its infancy, so to speak the Jax Air months, and I extend to the Jax Air News Motorola radio, floor model good con- I i I Chaplain"F, L. .Albert

News has done an excellent job in the past my heartiest wishes that through the up- dition.almost $23. Hollywood double bed 0700Mats.Y ( C51Ii.1
new Lt. A.
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12 months. building of morale, it will play an even more 'den 4750. Altleboro Street 1100--Mass.Maw. '

"Cooperation i is the ky to-. vents and Jttipprtant part in the victory that is to *.'J1"I Chiefs' >J'C*blue&*<.l'*>tAn oim, cnr-arrtlne suite set. roat.of I An outdoor Nuiseiy fur anal 1 *-Mlitn ->,

eventual victory over our enemies! Team- come." cheap.' Brill ..t. 635. JM4A JjIndolrh BMh l'J00 Is maintained, between ..tripPage
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1 April 1948 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS -Page Thre*


,/.- i TheInspectors PUBLIC WORKSThis

SALLIESJ is the Anniversary Edi-

tion the 5th year of the JAX

, Helen Burnette Air News". It is the opinion of
ore I By
Sorry to lose two of our chiefs this column that the management
FINAL FLING. The Bowling last week-Chiefs Robent John r of this paper has earned sincere

League wound up Its season last and C D Hiott both transferredto congratulations for publishing:
:.. week amid the huzzahs and hoo- ATU-10. Replacements were f each week over the last five, dif
rays of the entire 24-man team I Chiefs W. C. Alban and Frank lS ficult years a paper as representative
L. and their enthusiastic spectators Chinamarusti. Glad to have you of the entire station as the
The Miss-Fits took top honors, I fellows with us and hope you enjoy "Jax Air News." It is easy to

." with Control Group nosing out I working: in our department ..a realize that it wasn't an easy task.

Engine Parts for second place. Individually I Leading Gander "Sandy" is back As for this column, the fact
.:" Eddie Rountree rolled i from a 15-day leave, spent in and t1i w that it exists at all is due to our 4
.Fl. the highest game with 266, brother around Norfolk, Virginia, his old reporters in the various sectionsof !
;. Billy rolling third with 257.I I "stomping grounds"! Did you get the department who diligentlysend

For a three-game set, Eddie and I to visit East Main Street and In news items of interest '
,' Dilly again were first and second see your old flames, Chief ? such as Mary Rodgers in Maintenance
with 691 and 659 respectively, )I Where Is "Big Ski" going to get .. JennIe Kopec in Traru-
Potts kegling third with 657. In I $18 to pay for that compact? How : ,9 portation Virginia Walpole in Design -

'-i:, fact the Rountrees walked off i about time payments, Ski ? x 1 rP and Engineering, Olive Fleming -

with most of the .cash prizes, taking Who is often referred to as Casanova t in Files, a ri Frances Theua
, e; the single, *set, and team I (and Casanova is right) pe1 lA who must also accept some of the
games. Carl Reiter was top man I Could it be "WhooeyWooey"Stradley blame for wording it and pushingit
on the list, if you read from the ; ? And what Chief is using through a typewriter. Considerable -
bottom up. Said SS to CR: "What i his kitchen for an engine overhaUl appreciation should also
are you doing on the bottom of I room or garage? Shame on be extended to those in the department -
the list ?" Replied CR: "Well, 'I you for taking your little boy's t NwwaA who live sufficiently colorful -
there's only one reason I'm on'I nursery for your living room- lives that some of it may
1. the bottom-and that's 'cause you I and how do you like sleeping in be reflected here in the columnto

' .. aren't in our league." I the main living room ? Could it y the interest of others But it
BRIEF BITS. Regretted deeplyto be the same Chief ? ? is the colorful column that we

hear of the tragic death of Robert I If you found yourself wondering I COULD print, but don't, lhbt

s I; Kelly's father, who was killed why Mrs Helen Styron had a autiso Cw cr'. ., ;4 Tlc- I suits, you know) that grieve this'
:r In that train accident you read I puzzled look on her face all last THE RECENt acquisition of an emergency device for ;' column. So, the bouquets having
about on the front page last week. week, the answer is simple She been dispensed with, let's have
: Vic Frees is vacationing this I was trying her best to figure out stopping leaks In chlorine cylinders Public Works water plant i the brickbats. .

week to get in shape for the I how to wear her new chaise operators can now stop any leak in ample time to dispose of the Around the Division: Several

coming baseball season. Vic: is lounge, new bookcase, and new defective tank. Above, J W. Teate and L. M. Bennett demonstrate people in Maintenance whom
playing with the beach team this lamp shades as her Easter outfit, the method used to stop a valve leak in one of the cylinders. ( Mary Rodgers usually reports

k' year and in his spare time (of to say nothing of the lovely win I - ---.. -- items on were glad to phone in a
.... which wt hope he has plenty) he dow curtains! Her home certainly little item on Mary. Seems- she visited
plans to play second sack with I beams with the "New Look." 8!. Malone, Florida, again last
the Supply-ers Madge Addison Messenger Mills had that "fam! 7ffE Zf41 week-end. Malone is near Two-

j. returned this week from her ous 72" last week-fna again! Boy, Egg, Florida, you recall ( that's
;:t;;\ two weeks' vacash in Pensacola he just can't stay away from l = factual). The boys are trying tosuggest
f.,"" Our pretty sub-disc-jockeyette South Carolina! I I -=- AROUND A. R.D I hearts and flowers in

(if7; Owen Morton, departed Supply. We are proud to claim one f UI.. Mary's frequent visits to Malone.
life last week to be with her member of the Varsity Baseball Engineering Caroline Jlow.I n' I We ap glad to spike this rumor.
mother, who is undergoing an operation I Team In our department: R. A. I ell. -We want to say "welcome"to Mary says her heart belongs to

1'1. shortly And to add Duvall, ARMlc. What's the matter Charles Painting, and Charles, sun blazing away and cotton her work. Lem Johnson's riders
i : to the general consternation, that I with all you Chiefs ? Are you we hope you like it heaps here in clothes. I phoned in an Item on Lem. Seems

'vw I. ;younger Cook-Marilyn-leaves us getting too old to play baseball ? Engineering Another one of Lt. Carr's secre- I Lem appreciates a pretty girl as
tomorrow to go with her We have ten freshly-laundered Jack Silver had a birthday this taries, Nadine Jones, got married well as Geff Mlms, for Instance.
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I.."i who is being transferred hUSband'1 baseball suits in the department, week. Hope it was a ,happy one Easter Sunday in Ocala. Seems which is the maximum. One morn
t -. you Orange Park reposing in a locker. You Chiefs and hope there'll be many more. they met a year ago and decided i;I ing Lem climbed in the car and

. better move, or get your mail could form a team of your own, Accessories Division-by Dorothy to say "I do", a year later. Con- shocked the other riders by not
'I transferred to a Jax number- you know! Williamson-Mr. and Mrs. gratulations.That I I mentioning the gals even once,

lazy Morrison is quitting us to- The little note on Sara's desk George Mauger wish to thank new hairdo Lt. Comdr. The boys promptly made Lem buya
morrow to take a job with the really got fast results! I I each one of you for your contribution Sweet has really is a dilly. He round of cold drinks on the way

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Orange Park Post Office. Send no h I in their behalf.' has several different names now, home-probably sasparilla sundaes
checks through the mall to O. P., heard by now that your tontine I I Those of you who did not attend one of which is "Burrhead". Thinkhe It was also reported that
tide heavy envelopes for your personal (($1.00 per month as long as you've the party at Timber Inn sure got jealous of someone else's I I several football enthusiasts in
letters, and write your post worked for the government) is no I missed a lot of fun. short hair. Received a letter from I Maintenance drove down to
cards in code. (And THAT Izzy, longer deducted from your retire- We had a pleasant visit from Willy last week- and she's enjoy- Gainesville Saturday for the Flor-

is what makes me so mean!) . ment when you quit That Phil Hazouri last Thursday His ing being a lady of leisure up I i ida relays and the practice foot-
Jane Henrich was a visitor last raise of $485 per person has been new job must be agreeing with there in Kentucky. We all envy ball games, including Cone Revels:!
week. She's living in Pittsburghnow approved In Congress and you will him as he sure looks good. No I Megonigal. F. H. McKinley- and

Dieter supreme: JRS probably start receiving it In a fooling, Phil, your smile is missedin her.A certain party in our office hada Walker Crevasse And for the
lunching on a vitamin capsule anda few weeks- now. (Oh! you fool the shop visitor last week and received benefit of you fishermen in Maintenance -

swig from the scuttlebutt. II I you. YOU KNOW what day this Among those having fun at the' some mighty pretty gifts. I wonder '' -the next time you ask

HEADLINE. Suppose you have is'! ) Roosevelt Ballroom Friday night ? I E. L. Griffin Master Mechanic,
--- -- -- I were Iva Shish and her husband, Personnel about his fishing trip and he says
f T. A. Feaster and wife, Chief Congratulations, for he caught one. "so long", measuring .
EXAM Carron and your cooperation in the Red Cross:! 3 or 4 feet ask him what
CIVIL SERVICE your reporter.The '
Drive We went over 100 4e.It's .
fellows in ordnance shop kind. The last time he pulled this
a fine state of affairs when
l I are like' the three wise monkeys, story he was actually referring
the Division's Jax Air
1- Bulletin Board i they see nothing, tell nothing, I II' News Planning reporter has to come to I to an eel! Helen Roberts took a
I'' and hear nothing, so they say, I Personnel for news! I trip to St. Augustine, Daytona
---- but I am willing to bet they don't Silver Springs and Deland over the
The following Civil Service Examination Jaa TC been announced. I know anything, either. Plant Division-by Walt FMther I week-end.

Unless otherwise indicated, the examination are unassembled and Folks say when a woman is in We hope everyone enjoyed i In Transportation it is reported
I the necessary torn should be filed In time to reach the cognisant I the dumps, she goes and buys a Easter Sunday. Of course, the ,, that Willie Dauphin spent", Sunday -
date of all announcement' arepo..tNl ladies had a pleasant day in the
Hoard before the closing Copies hat. From the looks of some, I experimenting with his movie
3 on the Bulletin Board In the lobby of ttldg. 420. I I will venture to say that is where Easter parade. The kiddies must camera. Willie was using color
3i AND AUDITOR D. C. have had a wonderful time hunt- i into few difficult
i ACCOUNTANT some of them do buy them. film and ran a -
J.I.M7 to $5905. No closing date. File PATENT EXAMINER $3397 Closes Our Red Cross ing eggs and screaming with joy t ties- First he put the film in up-
with U. S. Civil Service 31 August 1948. File with U. S. Civil was not whenever they came upon a brilliantly -.'
Washington 25, D C. Service Commission Washington 25, very successful. We sure are let- colored sidedown, corrected this, and shot
AERONAUTICAL D. C. ting them down. How can we ex- one. I' half the roll only to learn he
commlSSlon'j PHYSICAL THERAPIST $2644 and Jim Sawyer's boy, "Skip", believes
ENTIST $3397 to S9973. from them I had the lens- opening on "HAZY"
pect help if don'thelp
Sate File with U. S. $3397. No closing date. File with U. we the Easter Bunny will leave
Commission Washington S. Civil Service Commission Washington when we can? I He although the sun was shining
ASTRONOMER $3397 to $7102.: No 5, D. C. I I Personnel and Administration him lots of candy eggs. saw brightly. After correcting this and
closing date. File with U. S. Civil I PSYCHOLOGIST ( PERSONAL the rabbit at Cohen's and remarked I shooting the balance of the film.
Service Commission Washington 23.ti COUNSELOR), U'.J02.! No closing date by Dot Dickson-Condolences go "Look Daddy, the bunny even Willie noted that he had the distance -
C. I File with Board of Civil Service Ex- to Mr. Quina on the death of his talks."
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST $4149 to amlners at the nearest Veterans Ad>,!I father. I left sat on five feet although hU
Paul Carman Friday
'7102. No closing date. File with U. S. ministration Branch Office. subjects were over 30 feet off.
Civil( Service Commission Wa'hlntonC'IINE STENOGRAPHER AND TYPIST "Glamour Boy" Warren went to I and will be out for about three Willie says after correcting this
S3, O $1943. No closing date Assembled the hospital for a minor operation weeks for an operation. He will
he had film left. Later he began
COAL INSPECTOR, $4149 to I examInation File application with U. I' last week. O. K., Pappy, let's show I be at St. Vincent's. We wish him no
File with if he had the
$3*)3. No closing date. S. Civil Service Commission, wondering camera
U. S. Civil Service Commission Washington ton 25. D. C. or with I 'em how fast you can get well. lots of luck and a speedy recov- pointing at himself or the
25 D. C. tor. Sth U. S. Civil Service Understand wedding bells will ery.
DIETITLAN. $2644 to $4902 No closing Atlanta 3, Ga, WIShlnl'l I. toll for Marjorie Owen soon. We'regoing subject.
date File with U. S. Civil Service VOCATIONAL ADVISER Planning Dh'lsIlo-by WynoiiaSpurlock Tom Andreu was reported at the
Commission, Washington 25. D C $4902. No closing j date. File to miss her and I know everyone Lt. Harper is the Sunrise Services at Mayport.In .
ELECTRONIC ENGINEER PHYSICIST. tion with OfO.ee ot Executive Secretor : wishes her a lot of luck. "proud papa" of a big bouncing
$.'\3)1 to $3179. No closing date. Board ot U. S. Civil Service Examlneis Spring is really here, with the baby boy--congratulations. At the Design Virginia Walpole reports -
File with Executive Secretary. Board Veterans Administration, I that Helen Boring joined
.f U S. Civil Service Examiners: at Branch Office No. 5, Atlanta 3, Ga. I -- last report, Lt. Harper was doing
the Inactive Women's Reserves
either U. S. Navy Underwater Sound FLEET SUPERINTENDENT $7102- I Examiners: Mailtlm Reserve Fleet,
Laboratory, Fort Trumbull New London 20. Closes 19 April 1948. File with I, Bay Mlnette. AlabamaMAINTENANCE fine.We heard that Paul Dreibelbishas recently. Her picture was in the local -
Conn. : Naval Research Laboratory Secretary Board 01 U S. Civil Serv-J ENGINEER. $4.- evening paper. Alice Gibbons
Field Station Boston, Mass : or ice Examiners Maritime 525: .SO. Closes 19 Apl 11 1948 File with taken x.p skating the hard I to
drove her
Cambridge Field Station Watson Laboratories }Fleet Bay Mlnette Alabama Secretary, Board of U. S. Civil Service way-just on one skate- That's new car Tampa over
Air Material Command, ASST. FLEET SUPERINTENDENT. I I Examiners Maritime Reserve Fleet dangerous, and we are glad that the week-end. Al Holmes' wife is
Cambridge Mass. $ \)5.20. Closes 19 April 148 File Bay Mlnette. Alabama. recovering at home from a recent
ENGINEER .3397 to $9975 No closing with e of U. S CivilSeivice gHIPKEEPER (ENGINE) $4,52580 you weren't seriously operation. Bob Goddert is still
date! File with Executive SecieUuy friear11a I I Reserve Closes 19! April 1948 File with Secretary Kitty Bryant's father is in St.
Board of U' S, Civil Service Examiners. Fleet. Bay Mlnette. Alabama Board ot U. S Civil Service Examiners Luke's Hospital. We are .all wishing raising flowers- his glads are be-
Headquarters, Air Materiel FLEET CAPTAIN. $590520 Closes Maritime I Reseive Fleet, Bay ginning to come In now.
Command, Wright Field (Area A-XCS), 19 April 1943. File with Secretary Mlnette. AlabamaSHIPKEEPER him a very speedy
Dayton: OhioENGINEER. Board of U. S. Civil Service Examin (DECK), $425080. Kitty. recoverY'1,I In the Ad. Building, Mrs. Gladys
$3397 to $7102 No closing ers Maritime Reserve Fleet Bay Ml Closes 19 April 1948! File with Secretary Our condolences to E. Malley brouht a portrait of her
dJte. tile with Recorder, Boardof nette. Alabama Board ot U. S. Civil Service Examiners is the death of his mother. I very attractive daughter Pat. to
V. S. Civil Service Examiners Naval FLEET ENGINEER. $3105: .:20: Closes Maritime I Reserve Heet, lie) on the office. J. H. Lee In Personnel
Air Materiel Center U. S. Naval 19 April 1348.( File with Secretary- i Mlnette. AlabamaASST Just who was it that had the i
B-ise Station, Philadelphia I 12. Pa. Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners : SHIPKEEPFR (ENGINE). embarrassed explanations to maketo says he is in the dog-house because
ENGINEER. $3397 and $4149 No Maritime Reserve Fleet, Bay Ml $414960. Closes 19 April 143. File with his fellow employees. Was it I he went to a political rally
eloglng date. File with Executive Sec. nette. Alabama. Secretary Board of U. S Civil Service when evidently -
one night recently
retary, Central Board of U. S. Civil : ASST. FLEET ("APTAIN.1002.. Examiners Maritime Reserve Fleet. peanuts or steak ? Just can't eat
Service Examiners Bureau of Reclamation Closes 19 April 1943 File with Secre Bay Mlnette, Alabama, without them, can you ? he should have stayed home
Denver Federal Center, Denver, U. S Civil Service K\- ASST. SHIPKEEPER (DECK), $t. Mr. Harland Lewis had trouble and painted the kitchen, or taken
r'ea'l.1a lft1
; le 14960. Clones 19 1948 File with I
Colorado Reserve Fleet, Bay April the Mrs. out or something. Lee
his ? the to
with )
GEOLOGIST $4149 to $7103 No closIng Mlnette. Alabama. Secretary Board ot U. S Civil ServiceExamlneis. car ( on way I
'e date. File with U, S, Civil Serv. ASST FLEET ENGINEER, $4902 Maritime Reserve Fleet, work the other day, and after all says the only worthwhile thing the
fce Commission, Washington :25 D C. Closes 19 April 1943. File with/ Secretary Bay Mlnette, Alabama.CUSTODIAL his bragging on it. Oh! for the candidate said was: "Well, folks,
HEALTH PROGRAM SPECIALIST Board of U. S. Civil Service SHIPKEEPER. $4149.- life of Pontiac. the barbecue and beer is all free.
>tVfctt to $7102. Closes 1 April 1948. File Examiners Maritime Reserve Fleet. 60. Close 19 rrll. 1948, File with Sec- a "
-ilth/ U. S. Civil Service Commission Bay Mlnette. Alabama. reary, Board S Civil Service Examiners Mrs. Killam is going to Gaines. help yourself. i
Washington 25, D. C. FLEET ELECTRICIAN $''902. Closes Maritime Reserve Fleet Bay ville to be a "baby-sitter" for her -..- .. -- -- .. -
AIESSt LAGER, $1680.: No closing dale 19 April 1948, File with Secietary.Board Mlnette Alabama granddaughter while mama and eyed one morning last week as h.
'Assembled examination. File with U. of U. S Civil Service Examiner CHEMIST $3397 to $5908 optional
S. Civil Service Commission, Washington *. Maritime Reserve Fleet, Bay Ml. branches-Analytical. Biochemistry, papa go dancing. Who could be went to a weenie-roast and had a
23. D. C.OCKANOCRAPHER. nette Alabama Inorganic, Organic Physical. Clogs: 31 better qualified for that job thana swell time. When we have ours
$M9T to $9975 ASST. FLEET ELECTRICIAN, $15Z5.tq ,- December 1948. File with U. 9, Civil grandmother though you will have to sing for
No closing date. File with U. S Civil Closet 15 April 147. File with, Service GMiintlMlon, Washington 2S ,
Service Commission, Washington 25, Secretary. Board of u, S. Civil Service D C. Mr. Drinkwater came in sleepy- your. 1 supper H Austin ,

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tributors here produce the stories, column, and features you. r.'au in 'n An N.'v.; .' 'ni.- wh.-n a conflict prevents Crocket from being there, he retypes much of
the i-opy: being prepared for publication takes copy to the printers, and
each week, handle the thousand and one details involved in the piodmtum and super-
\ises the dismbution of papers to the housing areas. Bottom center) Here are
distribution of a newspaper, and provide the daily newspapers 01 the iountiwith: the A&R reporters who furnish all the chatter for the "Breezing Around A&R"
news and photos about NAS Jacksonville Although they ate not shown in the column left to right ( seated! ) Wynona Spurlock. Caroh e Howell, and Dot
layout above many other departments contribute to the operation of the Jax Dickson: i standing I Walt Fletcher and Carl Player. I Left corner, top ) Michael Cas-
Air News. Without the Photo Lab, the Air News would have no pictures: with- cone of Industrial Relations not only writes Gate Gossip but has charge of civilian
out the Transportation pool it would be impossible to get pictures to the engravers news as part of his Employee Services duties. ( Left corner, bottom ) Robert B.
copy to the printers, and photographers to the scene of a news break. Robertson is the man behind Supply Sallies and his column is one of the best ever
t (Upper left i H. Winston Hough staff artist, puts finishing touches to one of his to appear under the Sallies head. I Right corner, top I Helen Burnette faithfully
cartoons. His weekly aeries, "YOU CAN'T WIN", has been very popular with turns in each week all the news about the Inspection Department, and she really
Air News readers. ( Upper right) Station sports have been covered principallyby gets the lowdown on those Chiefs. ( Right corner, bottom) Pete Capps' entertaining -
Doug Crocket for both the Jax Air News and downtown newspapers during Public Works column is one of the most readable on the Civilian Page and
the past 19 months. Until recently he shared the sports reporting duties with Bill he manages to get news from all of the department's far-flung activities. Other
Kent (Lower left* Keeping up with Commercial Bulletins has been the principal contributors not shown here are Dot Williamson an A&R reporter, Hartley Sleeves
job of Al Hope. In addition to handling all !station' Want Ads, Hope serves as creator of "IT'S A TOUGH LIFE", Jean O'Bryant, WAVES columnist and writers
office yeoman handles much of the distribution and handling, and keeps things of Hospital Chatter Book Shelf, Weekend Wingtalk Chaplain's Corner, and,
running smoothly In the editorial offices. (Lower right >)> Gene Whitlock, though occasionally, CPO Notes..
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_ Personnel Reminded of Deadline Date For Liability.. Insurance II1t
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All military personnel at NAS "We are expecting the new station of privately-owned motor vehicles liability and property damage insurance i I procure policies. No exceptions
who own automobiles were re- ,, tans/: any day now" Lt. Harvey within the confine of the Naval will bear stickers, with I: will be made to the rule requiringlnsuranf
winded this week by Lt. G. W. said, "and as soon as they ar- Air Station." I
ii Harvy, Yard Officer, to obtain rive we will begin issuing them. Lt. Harvey also urged civilian the words "Not Insured" on them. i i, and personnel who do
I'tiblic liability and property damage Only those who can produce evidence employees to avail themselves of I Since the new regulation will not have coverage by the time the
insurance without delay if of insurance coverage will insurance protection. He tailed attention definitely go into effect during the new vehicle passes are issued will
they wished to continue toper\ receive the new windshield sticker I I to the toot that iviliftn' I month erf April, not much time I I. not be permitted to bring their
I.e. their cars aboa-d the station. which authorize the operation auto which are not covered btf I"'ne Jt ear owners hurt to tan through the gates. .

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iH't4'>ibdv! to pioduieoui: statue papu i Top left i J. P. Hogl'rsSets/ Air News buck makes an adjustment to the prl''i cutting (It.-nee I mv'..r. center I When
copy on the linotype machine. Charlie Joyner, another linotype operator who works Allie Clark of the M. G. Lewis Company brings out the papers on Thursday, Yard
w on Air News cop, is not shown I Top center ) Harry Adams seta nearly all the Mail men Jim Hollenbaik, Sic, and Milton McDonnell S2e load up their milk
Air News headlines on his Ludlow machine i Top right I Following layouts made by wagon to deliver the papers all over the base, t Lower right i A crowd gathers aroundAl
Editor Art iii.ene, Emory Martin ma k.up the ditterent pages, iMl'lIe left ) After Hope outside' Ship's Service to get their copies' as the Air News him the street.
the pages UL locked up, a batten! of men proof r"'art each page. Reading proof The paper Is delivered by staff members to such major centers a<\ the Ad Building,
me, Utt to light.) ivuig: Croi,, 1,1'\t. Muh.ul' Cnsi me Gene \\hitloik, and M. G. Ship's Service, Mamside Lounge, Library, etc
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: Girls For Cage Title; I II I For Well Babies And Children 111I

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I The N ASV A \' KS; Mill I A well\ baby and child clinic has parents to call the pediatrician

Jacksonville's! Naval An Receive: Training Unit was .quare off at tht'T"'C Auditorium : been established at the Naval Hospital I immediately when a child shows

pronounced "excellent" by the Chief of Naval Air Reserve against next the JSAS Civilian \- !! to prevent children in good I signs! of illness Very often, the
girls ednesday night doctor
health from can give helpful advice
catching contagious
Training, Rear Admiral. R. Whitehead, in his report of at 2000 to decide the championship diseases from sick children await- 'over the phone. and if he deems

the inspection of the local !\AHTl'on 16 February I of the Jacksonville' iirls' I ing treatment, it was announcedthis I it necessary to see the child, he
. Two departments, Welfare & Recreation and Aircraft City League. The >\ .\YES thus week. Well children will be can make the appointment at that

Maintenance, were listed as "outstanding", Captain F. W.Piiestman I far total this of season 21 wins have against compileda four given routine check-ups on Wednesday i I treatment time. In addition, diseases yield to
more when
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revealed in to all
Officer a memo I Gold basketballs and a trophy I I
standing; Safety Devices and Pre- I may be made by phoning ext. 572 stage.
hands in the unit. will be to the
The termed cautions--excellent to outstanding presented I Under the new plan, Immuntza.1 Parents who wish to discuss
inspection report team after the
the personal appearance of offl- I ; Educational Facilitiesgoodto 1 I league officials game I I tion inoculations will only I routine medical matters concern- ;
ers as "good to excellent" with a'like excellent; Protection of Health L-by: u- --- -- be given on Wednesday and Fri ing their child should telephone ,
\ description of the enlisted : -excellent: Leave and Liberty I day afternoons. I the clinic and leave their name
I excellent; Transportation Facilities! I -good; Medical=-=god;Legal and I II Parents were urged not to bring :I I and phone number. This will give
Under the features affecting -goo :I Security-excellent; Type Train- them children for check-ups with the doctor the opportunity of returning
morale, the following ratings were I Grades by departments were; ing excellent: Overallexcellent, I II out first calling for appointment. I the call when he la not
assigned: Discipline excellent; Personnel-excellent; I I And though emergencies will be I busy with another patient and
Facilities for Comfort-excellent, cellent; Maintenance sUPPly-ex-1 I Y2c: "There's a whole drawer handled at all times, hospital of- i I also give him a chance to check
Barracks-excellent: Messes and ing; let I.ieutenant-exceJlentj; full of old and useless documentson ficials asked parents to telephone the child's medical record.
Food excellent; Ship's Service Welfare & Recreation-outstanding file. Shall I burn them" 'I before bringing the child to the I
Activities-excellent to outstanding ; Fublic Information-excel- I Ensign: "Yes, but make a copy clinic. I "Is he fresh ? Why I had to lap
; Welfare Activities-excellent; lent; Aviation Technical Training of them first.! Doctors at the clinic requested him three times before I gave! in*"

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I Seventh Naval District Boxing Championships Today

Key West Sends

I1iI"r Team, Miami, &

\\ Green Cove LateThe

Jax-Navy boxers w
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[ S :1 : 2 \ the recent NATAC champion

s a 5 i_ ships are expected t'o don the
warpaint once more this aft
ernoon at 1630 and go into
>a k 4S: 4. action in the annual Seventh
Naval District Boxing championships
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: Though entries from Green Cove
Springs and Miami had not been
received by the Physical Training
A Department at press time, local
officials were still expecting last
minute changes. It was the tardi-
& a i ii ness of the visitors which caused

i a change in schedule: and if they

WINNERS IN THE Y erations Officer, is pre-

NAS intra-mural bas- sented with the award f

ketball league were pre- symbolic of the Opera-

sented the championship tion win in the National

trophies last week by League. (Bottom)

Captain Herbert S. ; 0 ; 'i Com d r. Chester A. ,,

Duckworth, Commanding 5' i Briggs, Executive As-

Officer of the Naval sistant Assembly and

Air Station. (Top left) Repair Officer, receivesthe aw

Chief Charles Chism, : K :rJ: ; station championship -

coach of the Assemblyand )\n trophy from the

Ilepair squad, receives Commanding Officer.
the American i r s The A&U team coppedthe
League championship 5 station crown by

trophy from Captain beating the Operations

Duckworth. (Top right ) quintet in two straight

Comdr. Alvin Berg Op- r games.


. Patty Berg Gives Golf Clinic; I ATU 1&2 1 Still Holds LeadIn I

Jax-Navy Golfers Defeat MercerPatty Intra-Mural Golf LoopThe n ...

Berg, fresh from an overwhelming victory in a ATU 1 & 2 golf team, sparked by the second bracket Aaron "T,.,,"Garcia

major golf tournament at Augusta, Ga., put in an appear- team of Chief Joe MacDonald and Bill Fowler, halved. with do not show up by fight time. the
ance: on the station golf course last week and was well received the Operations squad, 2=_', in the fourth round of the intra- finals will probably be held tomor
by a gallery of over 300 fans. Patty opened the mural golf league last week to keep a firm hold on first place. row.But
festivities by giving a half-hour long clinic to the gallery, I The Operations squad, now resting in second place in'' and Miami even, without Green Cove
demonstrating. every shot in her collection. the loop standings, took the lead in the first bracket and for expected many to be thrilling on tap this:
in addition to snowing now to a while looked as though it was afternoon Key West and Jax-
make good shots, she also showed'' going to leap into the top-run spotin Navy will probably furnish at
the outstanding faults of various All-Navy Basketball Tourney ;; the race towards the championship. least six men, and from all reports .
golfers. Then, she took to the But the MacDonaldFowlercombo there should be some very
course as part of a foursome in- Begins Here Next ThursdayAlthough I which hadn't been beatenin close fights. .
eluding Jack Harvey, the station '' the league's competition as of ,, Though there
pro, Crace Lenczyk, Stetson University the basketball season U officially over fur last week, came back strongly to Jacksonville entry may in the featherweight
star who has been tabbed Jas-Navy, the NATTC hardwood courts will see plenty of knot the count <
class, the
team will
action next week when the .\1I- basketball rep
a* one of the coming amateurs, avy 'hwllplQUllhlp In the other matches in the resented in the bantam division
Is held there.' fourth round, Ordnance and Gun- by
: George Duncan, station in- Aaron Garcia. A
structor. The round-robin tourney will begin next Thursday and nery topped inspection, 3-1, Com- the NATAC recent winnerof
run through Saturday. In the event of a tie, play-offs will missary trounced NARTU, 4.0, and 118-pound crown
The of and
team Duncan.L favorite
a local
nczyk popular
be run on Sunday, and Monday if necessary! Three of the I Personnel' took a clean sweep among
just couldn't be stopped over the fight fans, Garcia is
tnaim, the Pearl Harbor All-Star (Pacific Fleet champs), from ATU 4 A 5, 40. The VM pointing
nine-hole and Pat- towards the
course though I the AmplUbi from (ComServI-ant and the YVvt Coast'! Marine. and Assembly and Repair aggregations All-Navy champion
ty and Jack Harvey played some I ship
have already arrived and have been working out on theNA11T drew byes, caused by the '
fine golf, the underdogs took a I : {, courts The fourth squad, the Qua.ntlcoJarlnt',. (Kat dropping out of ATU No. 10 and Dick Eckmanian will probably
one up win. Coat champs), are expected to arrive Monday. Hospital. sport the local spangles in the .
On that bounce the Jax-Navy The Physical: Training and Welfare Department, headed STANDINGS featherweight class. A heavy
golf team back from arecent by Lt. Comdr. Anthony J. Itubino, ban been preparing for theNavywide : 1MHNTS i iTK.AM puncher who combines ring finesse
defeat at Gainesville, to affair for several week In order to injure the ATU'S No. 1 and 2 13 with plenty of courage, Eckmanian -
trounce the Mercer College squad itucces of the tournament. Operation 10 I has only lost one light in hU.
11-T. The difference in Ordnance and Gunnery 9 ring career.
Top-ranking Navy officials! from Washington will 1.01'
A**ly and Repair 8 -
the teams was Jacksonville's number hand for the first All-Navy Basketball Tourney to be held in Personnel 7 I Jacksonville will not field a
three man, Jack Coulter, who Jacksonville', and score of photographers' sports writer, Commissary 8VM lightweight, but Sol Zwirn will be
hot a spectacular 70 one under and newsreel cameramen are expected to cover" the meet for NARTU 6 4 in there in the, welter group
par the nation. ATU 4 and 5 4 against Walter Alfred of Key
Joe MacDonald, playing la the The champions will have their' name Inscribed on the inspection 3 j West. Zwirn is another winner In
first bracket, cou dn't hit his gigantic SecNav trophy which will be presented at the clot --- -- -- ----- the NATAC tournament in M m-
stride In the opening match and I Ql the tournament, Training and Welfare Department. pbis
bowed to t-ie Morgan of Mercer, I -- -- White's first step was to issue I Whether or not Pat
three and two. But Chief RobbU I second nine and one point for th. a call to all colored ball hawks {| of Jacksonville will have to batty
Robertson of the local an.rega-I whole .IghUen.Xarwln Tommy White Will II who hope to show their wares in ,, for the crown is still a .
tion evened the count by I Soott of the locals oame Pilot Tiger Nine the Tiger uniform this year. The a* there has not yet been an entry
Bill Classman of Mercer to bring : through ha the first aiM of ids local team is expected to open I II in the middleweight class. The
the score to (%-.%. mate wttfc B4U writ to garner I Tommy White all-around color I I its season on Sunday, 18 April, !I only other local entry will be TomBevel
Then' Coulter took things Into another point. Purtt earn batik ed athlete, was appointed head at the Jacksonville Ball Park hard-hitting; light heavyweight -
Lie own hands. Playing inspired strongly at Un finUk, though, coach of the NAS Tiger coloredbaseball I against the Jacksonville Bears. I who copped the NATAC
golf, he made a clean sweep of his taking two poinU, feet. It WM' not I nine last week by I Anyone interested in trying out diadem In hU weight and who
match, picking up one point for enough to oaWk tM Jaeksonwtlle Oomdr. Anthony J. Rubino, Of4,1 for the team should contact Tommy I will battle against Bob fountain
file first nine, one point for the Uara. cer-in-Charg et the White at the 501" Club. I of NA3 Key Wet.Page .


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Jim Zienta third baseman for the NAS Fliers -

--I, ,x'd A ivIf a season back ? "Contact," publication of NAS .Coco Solo,
r 1't I reveals that he is leading the Canal Zone baseball league

batters. The lanky shortstop has been pounding the pelletat

a 438 pace to hold undisputed possession of the top rung.

: The second highest batting average in the league is held by;

s Jim Coddington former NATTC Jacksonville center fielder,

who boasts an average of .130: as well as the loop's top home

run total.
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I Last week's exhibition match featuring Patty Berg on

the local links came up with quite a few thrilling highlights

-*. Grace Lenczjk, Stetson University golfer who wan teamed

with George Duncan, stole' the spotlight on the eighth hole

0, when after finding her hall in the ditch used a five iron to

good advantage to pull herself out of a tight !spot. The Lenc-

ar />' ) m'team was really hot that day )Duncan leadingthe

j foursome with a fine :i Ili.(; On the !second hole he used a

I -- -- number 99 iron (and that's right ) to take a birdie :J.{ Without
FOLLOWING IIKK GULF < hm Patty Berg nationally-known woman golfer gave an exhibition a doubt, there is no other similar club on the station, amt
1 match with station pro Jack Harm, (,ra> e Lrntzvk ot Sti-(son mversity and George Duncan, station ,
" if that one is hard to belie\e. Duncan is proudly displacingthe !
Instructor, last week on the local links Here i 110 the foursome just before teeing<< off on the first I
i hole They are, left to right Jack Harvey, Fatty Berg, Grace Lenczvk, and George Duncan The weird mace to anyone interested at the golf shack.
i Hanev-Berg lombmation bowed to the Lt nczYk- un'an team one up after nine tough holes of play.I I *"

The fourth and final All-Naxv basketball candidate was

named last week and the Amphibs from ComServLant armed '
Brenk Into Win Column
; Fliers By at Jacksonville yesterday They are now working out

AH preparation for the tournamentlnch will be held next

i I Thursday, Friday, and Saturday Three of the teams have

: %;:,:.Defeating Mayport Tuesday, 4-3 :,I we already expected arrived here here Monday and the* *fourth* the Quantico Marine,

1( 'ii :n't. y : : ed the Fliers to their first win of ing the bases loaded. A fine play I Mother Nature followed her age-old] policy of fickleness
i "*. vThe'&AS Flier i baseball nine the season. Gezeli received brilliant by Shaw saved Gezeli, though, and last week, much to the disgust of local white-hats. The 1'T

.' $';broke into the win column I and second support baseman from catcher Shaw Werner both I the Fliers coasted to their firstwin. I I department, after careful\ scrutiny of the weather charts",

.Tuesday afternoon Mason i of whom turned in their best performances I set Monday as the opening day for the outdoor swimming
Field when, after suffering of the 'campaign t'llera JJ<< vto Teachers I pools. Monday morning all was in readiness-the pools

losses in its first two :starts of I The Fliers Jumped off to a quick The locals lost their second freshly painted were tilled with water. But one little thing
local lead in the last of the first when game of the season to the Georgia
the season the squad
I ruined the picture-the that morning dropped to
Pete Kellner walked, Bill Crane State, Teachers College nine last mercury
hammered out a 4-3 win over ,: beat out a slow roller to the week 8-6, before a small crowd. around 40 degrees. Instead of looking forward to a cool dip,
the Mayport Coast Guardeis. mound, and Buddy Kerchaine beat Tony Gezeli started for the Fliers everyone on the station was howling for steam heat.
Tony Gezeli, Flier hurler, out a bunt loading the bases Then but was relieved by Sam Doll in *
ball theseveninning Bill Rezek, Mayport pitcher, the sixth inning alter the Teachers I
s pitched over weakened and passed!! Dumpy had scored: two runs. The huge indoor swimming pool here will be a beehive
distance. i Shaw, forcing in Kellner The visitors drew first blood in of activity come April 16 and 17 when it becomes the
The Filers are slated to come I I The Fliers added to their leadin I I the first inning when Doug Daniel I scene of a swimming clinic for mermen from Florida and
to grips with the vaunted Eglin I the last of the second when singled and went all the way Southern Georgia. Sponsored by the Dmal County Chapterof
Field nine tomorrow afternoon on around errors by Sam
Verner singled and advanced to
the American Ked Cross, the clinic will be under the
the local diamond at 1600, with the keystone sack on Tony Ge- MacDaniels and Gezeli himself.
Ace Woolbright nominated to han- zeli's sacrifice. Kellner was hit But the Fliers knotted the score supervision of qualified instructors from Atlanta Jacksonville -
dle the mound chores for the Jacksonville by a pitched ball. Bill Crane walked : in the second by loading the bases Miami, Gainesville; and St. Augustine. According
team. Th,>t on Saturday and Buddy Kirchaine slappeda I with a single and two walks to Ernie Knight Ked Cross Director of Safety Services in
the Eglin Field team will meet single, !'scoring Werner and Kell I Teacher linger Hugh Kea then
the Fliers in the second and final lost control walking Ken Werner Duval County, the purpose of the instruction is to offer

game of the series. I ner.And In the third stanza, the and forcing in Pete Kellner, authentic information in all types of aquatics.
Fll s"; Ma j port STony Fliers scored their last marker I The Georgia boys broke loosein -- -- -- ---
Gezeli Ken Werner, and when Sam MacDaniels was hit bya the fifth though when they FIRST HOMER OF SEASON
Daryl Shaw, stood head and shoul- pitched ball, stole second, and scored two runs on three singles rr .
ders above the rest of the players raced across the plate on Werner I They added two in the sixth and l'
Tuesday afternoon as they spark- Texas League double. four in the seventh
The visitors threw a scare into The lone Flier rally came in the .
the Fliers in the fourth frame I eighth inning when Doll Pinky :
however when they sandwichedthree I Higgins, and Km Werner walked,
hits between two fielder's and Sam MacDaniels and Bud
choices to siore three run l len\- rviij ..inrr|.-d r., c ore fo'ir tallies

CPO's Ana A&K r-ignr. ror eW iL1

NAS Bowling Championship k 2 '.

1 Th stations top officer and en- e
ual ihampioi won the light to _
listed bowlers were scheduled to take part in the touiney by t oun- k. Vt
show then wares last night on cing 7ND in two straight games
the waxe<<' boards of the Officers' I The As&emb and Repau' teamis .>
Bowling Alleys when the Assembly composed of Comdr. Chester A : <
) and Repair officer team and Briggs, Lt Chester A. Briggs, ,liLt Ij& ;
Me the CPO Club kegler met to decide Arthur E Bower, Lt. Kieu H _
the station championships Bronson, Lt I ijg) Ellis E Lee, Lt
+ Both squads displaced brilliant Thomas S McKee Lt Chester c. e-
bowling throughout the regular I Mulhns and Lt. (jg) Arthur May'
i season and it war impossible to The CPO Club roster in<'Ivdey
predict the outcome of the match Chiefs M. Dolloff, H Mat-yen. F F
ptioi to the) rolling of the mat I Crawford G Bomfa E Elt r ,' .
ball W, Stanl.'y.
The CPO Club had little trouble ,
clinching the enlisted men's title, j The basketball coach at Middle-
making a clean sweep of two bury College, Vermont, once hung
rounds of play No other team in pedometers on hip: players to see
ihi EM league even came closeto how much ground they would covor -
the Chicls as they splintered in a game. The distance was,
f .. ..
pins with amazing icgularity. just shoit of five miles per game The Assembly! and Repair bowl- .I At Columbus Ohio on April I RALPH CHRISTY (6) Flier shortstop races across the plate
I: eis had a tougher time in clin"hI .. 11, 1012. only one baseball was Tuesday in the first inning of the Georgia State Teacher game last ,
BEAK ADMIRAL W' KALl'II ing the Officers' League bunting u cd' throughout the nine 'innings week at Mason Field to score the first Flier. run of the 1948 season.'
I the' third batter Up, slapped a booming homer to left field.
DA.\'ISON' operkxJ the Flier I meeting stiff opposition from the bf the' Kansas City-Colymbus Christy;
C baseball season !# tossing In Seventh 4Naval District keglcrs .game. About M> balls are neededIn But the round tripper went for naught as! the Teachers triumphed,
I the first ball last week light dawn to the wire The event a game today. | J2-1.

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POKE! That

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ron, has been
(:;c'1T4c f1.LyLwJYrrt1 for local golfers. 1
participated in a
( r r d dt Jax-Navy and i _
and emerged as
a score of 68 or MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
the course. In

I I $10,000 open : Wel"kdaYt-U and 2000; wE't'k-endJ-1uO and ;21 MH,
low amateur, THURSDAY
Amateur Champ IN SUNDOWN", with George O'Brien.
surpassing a FRIDAY

t 1L ((1 LM very hot OF NEW ORLEANS", featuring R. Winters
of us think of SATURDAY

surance agent, SHOW at 1330 Feature: "THE NAKED CITY", with
guy, a few I Fitzgerald
one of the most SUNDAY

whoever graced NAKED CITY", starring Barry Fitzgerald.
ber of years MONDAY ;. ,
the United States IDEAL HUSBAND", with Paulette Goddard. -
J stroke, and he's THE ENDS OF EARTH", featuring D Powell
remembered on THURSDAY

"Nobody's fainted-It's, just the guy distributing the Jax University of GUN LAW", starring Charles Starrett.
the finest
Air News.
to attend that JUNIOR OFFICERS
------------------ -- -- AUDITORIUMShows

LADIES GOLF ASS'N icfI; Y dentally committee, Jack for is start at 2030

ker" to be held in THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

i SALT WATK" SHOWERS", with Ann Sothern

SCHEDULES FOUR l yF S : would you miss like the to go GUN LAW", featuring SATURDAY Charles Starrett.

cruise, you I SUNDAY
I all men attached I OF NEW ORLEANS", starring R. Wintets.
II j' .lean o'nr'l1l1t2c, I the local surface I NAKED CITY", with Barry Fitzgerald.
tourneys in as many weekends Things are really buzzin1--we're one of her \\ EDNESDAY: :
are facing members of the all going to be made regular i won't count for IDEAL HUSBAND", featuring Paulette Goddard.
Ladies Coif Association, accord- Navy, have new uniforms, be poses, of course Tn:IHSU.\
ing to plans made at a meetingof made available for transfer, receive terested In THE ENDS OF THE EARTH", starring D.Powell.
the Association Tuesday. The a pay raise, work shorter surface brothers
first of the links matches will take hours, have more liberty, and no rangements: may OTHER EVENTS
place tomorrow on the station more inspections will be held. Lt. R. C. Stevens
contest will Miss Reid letting her hair 1"\lt'l'Y-Every Thursday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
course when a putting is grow A member of the
be held for beginners and a blind- long, Harriet Primmer is run- ard Slemp, AS, I AIRPLANE bllOP-Room t, Bldg. 913, open 1200-2100.
1900 Wednesua .
bogie tournament will be held for ning around without a tie and on the Reserve at )
b the more adept members of the Peacock has a new fluffy ruffle, 'j was most RACE, CAR CLUB-Room 3, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1000
group. new look" dress, Del Hall has ly about the .
Then on 9 April the beginnerswill given up men, and Helen Pachter : REVERSE t: CLUllRoom 5, Bldg. 913. Meets .at' "1930
take part in a chipping and lost ten pounds last week Mary "Hot Rock" .
putting tournament while the App received a trophy for beinga I at those -Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building. (
Alleys all week from 1630 :o 2130. *}iT". ,' '
more advanced members will bat- Pinochle champion, and Helene for a long open
tle for the prizes in a "best selected Hirsch traded "JC" in for a Greyhound he decided to do For information regarding workouts, conUcftttleut." -
six holes out of nine" match. bus. A whole week it. Hailing from A. J. Rubino, extension 593. '
The beginners will really come has gone by without one requestfor tuted a "See I LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, loc"u.d'\k.
Into their own on 16 April when a baby sitter, and Schenleyis paign in Silver wing of Building No 95o, is open to NAS personnel'' acid
one old-timer will team up with sleeping outside in a dog house net result that guests from 1000 to 2200 dally Available for wedding recep_
one newcomer, and the team will now. Kay Newbern has receivedan week-end kid'I by arrangement with Welfare Officer Combination radio-pho. *
battle against other such pairsto offer from the Metropolitan Those men available for use of all hands.
decide a winner in this alter- Opera, and Frenchy Martinetti is cerned about \'. -Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build-
nate-shot competition.The opening next week at the Peacock fighting squadron 3. Open from 0900 to 2000 Monday through Friday. Saturday
final mtch: on the Associa- club with all the "Little Brown ing able to fly -I to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2000.
tion's agenda will take place on Gals" doing their specialty. I allay their [ \ \ -Indoor Pool. Daily Monday through Friday-1800(
23 April when a three-hole tourney Enough of this stuff. it's planes have Saturday---0900 to 2100; Sunday-1300 to 2100.
is scheduled for beginnersand only APRIL FOOL'S DAY, you haven't been as I -Course open from 1000 to sunset dally. Saturday and Sun
a Tombstone or Flag Tourna- know! multi-engine 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House Bathing
ment will be held for the advanced Straight done: Nadine Jones but prohibited on Golf Course
members.The dashed off over the week-end to : being made so I =" .: _Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
group requested all ladiesto tie the well-known knot and join : the opportunity and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
turn In their low scores to the the group of brown baggers that I quent intervals Dancing every Wednesday night with the Air Station Band.
handicap chairman, Mrs. C. C. we have already. Lillian Hamil- -Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train
Gantt She can be reached by ton is going to be leaving us in.I. -Our next drill !, No. 726.

phone at 81224. a few weeks to Join her husbandon with the dates I -Sponsor** by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 110L
I the west coast. We lose more ern Air Show, : Monday through Friday-0700 to 2400; Saturday-0700 t-i
girls that way! Our galley is Craig Field on morning. Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents
supposed to be open by the first Fighters from additional child; Card-$8 for one child; $10 for two children;
Hospital of the month, and I betcha all been invited to for three or more children; Dally (for working mothers)-$1
the gals miss eating at Mainside. days-.April 24 0700 to 1800.
Most of you will agree it was a plans call for SHOP-Located In Bldg. 913 Open daily from 1700 t.)
I welcome change. Look at all the which proved so 1300 to 2100 on Saturdays. Closed Sundays Facilities and
ChatterEntertainment new people we got to see. ular during the ; for all hobbies.
; basketball teams have .
The Marine ceremonies at :
landed and have the situation Florida football .1 WHERE TO GO ASHORE
That's what we well ask most any of the gals Also invited to
had last Thursday night in the about it Wonder which team more Blue Angels the .\ .\',\ ARMY SERVICEMEN'S CENTER-602; West Ad
recreation hall. Some of you may girls will be pulling for in the hibition team above Lane Drug Store, one block west of Navy Bus Station.
think that all hat designers of tournament ? Our girls team still world-wide use of recreation room, writing room, music room check
any distinction are in Paris or has a game to play off, too. lative and shower facilities. Light refreshments available at snack
New York, but they aren't. At the they are in a tie-up for the City flying. The Air from 12 noon to 12 midnight. ar
Easter Party in the recreation Championship. it's yet to see tee Chairman ..; IIRIDGE TOURNAMENTS every Friday night a.}
lounge, some of the patients cre- if the NAS Civilians or the NAS tion is none Open to the public. Naval personnel cordially invited 3521 St.
ated hats that were orJginals from 'I WAVES will win, so be there Becker, one of Avenue. Playing fee $75. Telephone Remlinger, 2-0043, for res
every standpoint. The winning hat for moral support. Did you lots who is and information.
was created bv Cojute from Ward hear how angelic all the girls agent for ( '.\ CENTER for servicemen and young people at
A6. We can't find words to de- looked at the Easter Sunrise D\'AXCE Congregational Church, 236 W. Church Street (between Ho-

scribe It. services? ? and they should, too. Most everyone Julia), every Saturday night, 2000 to 2300. Dancing, pinsj-
some of them went to Church ress, and for table games, singing, ('te.Regulations.
The beautiful flowers which two and three times Sunday. Justa terested in (
were on all the wards over Easter bunch of good kids, we are!! who isn't?)
Officcl'S'Vivcs Meet
week-end were donated to the hos-
that the
pital by the Garden Clubs of Jack- girls and music, Milo Jones and advancement In On 7 April At 0" ClubThe
sonville. These flowers made one For
his accordion band entertainingthe up on a
feel that Spring was really here, wards, the Bagaley Theatre who are eligible regular monthly luncheon
although the weather made us Group, and many more such ac in their rating Store meeting of the Officers' Wives
feel otherwise. The patients and tivities. So watch your weekly screening when Club will be held at 1300 on T
Red Cross staff are grateful to recreation program and be on begins on 7 number of new regulations April at the "0" Club, it was an-
the Garden Club for bringing out
hand for the fun. ty of openings, purchases are being nounced yesterday.
these lovely flowers.. . eligible should into effect at the NAS Following the business meeting
FINANCE orriCK. & STOREROOM Murphy. Pat Store, it was an Milton Hood, Negro baritone, and
The Red Cross recreational activities Wedding bells rang out sales staff of by Lt. Comdr. E. S. Rhea, his accompanist, Easter James,
on the calendar' for April
station. last week will entertain the group.
Elsie Tillis and radio
on 20 March when
look mighty hood. All hands I at on the new list of Reservations for the affair must
Grand took a trip Kings- operating
should hit the deck and be on Harry
both. soon is the policy prohibiting the be made by calling ext. 8151 prior
land Ga. Good luck to very
hand for these affairs. Coming the I
welcomes known to most of checks exceeding to 6 April. '
The Finance Office .
events will include an April Fool'sParty of the purchase Military
Johnny Fussell, PhMlc, as he un- and a familiar .
tournaments of all sorts, and their dependents counter.Personnel
dertakes the task of becoming a for many years,
ward parties to test your knowl still write out checks for pur- not married or lIVingI i
edge, a big dance with beautiful P&A technician. has WOBS.corporation but change may not be giv- I ashore who make occasional purchases -
J. C. PhMlc,
--- -- Thompson these, allotment checks, pay at the store, may get temporary -
orricr.RS' IIAKIIIK sum- been added to the storeroom per- cards upon entering the
or other types.
"We'd better
MOVES TO SENIOR HOQ sonnel. another new rule concerns I store But person :! using the
The Officers' Barber Shop has We miss Chief Bugg since he hadn't weT""That's cards. Since the cashier store regularly have been requested -
moved from the "O" Club to has been transferred to night duty what ring the permit num to apply for a regular Commissary -
Room 107 at the Senior BOQ, it Walter Rambo is the new F.A. eigh said to now the cash up register, patrons 'I card at the co' nter Just .
was announced this week by Ship'sService. Clerk in Finance, having been "What" was It produce their cards at the inside the door.
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