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Vol. 6-No. 18 ,,,, 29 July 1948

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

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,,. ,NAVY WAVES, AUIOILL CELEBRATE; their sixth anniversary tomorrow the use of link trainers in Bldg. IbS 1)1 i i Ethel C. Atkimon Vi, x'iavs a patient
are currently serving in many essential! jobs to aid the Navy in the accomplish- at the Mamside Dibpensaiys dental Clinic .ibi, Elizabeth M. Wei sal, HM2
gives a patient an aim whirlpool treatment m the Physio-Therapy room ot the
ment of its peacetime mission as the nations rust line of defense The pictures "
Mainside Dispen:>uy. (7i, Zona "JackIe" Nail AK.J of ATD Shop Stores in Hangar
above depict some of theirxduties here at NAS Jacksonville. (1)) Eleanor L I'and, 115 checks the Kardex System for plane parts needed by one of the squadrons. (8)

AG1, u about to release a pilot balloon while Betty Jane Gray, AG2, prepares to Eleanor M. Foley, CS3, stirs oup in one of the huge kettles at the WAVES Galley.
track it with a theodolite at aerologj. <12):! ) Florence L. Lmdgren DK1, uses an WAVES work side by side with sailors in the preparation and the serving of food.
adding: machine to check pay recoius in the Supply Disbursing Office (31 Bessie"Boot. there (9) Here is the WAVE softball team whICh won the first half of the Jacksonville -
.*" Hardin, RMl, types out a message on a teletype machine in Communication Recreation D>'partment'a Girls' softball league Outstanding WAVE athletic
?, ((1)) Martha Butch Glover, TD1, instructs Midshipman, \\". Townsend teams have helped spread the fame of the Air Station
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I WAVES Observe 6th Anniversary Tomorrow I

A birthday luncheon at the the Sixth i Anniversary ot the ing Hi'!It'n AimstiotiK. SK2: Jest 1 wartime strength about i 86000 Here at NAS. the first WAVE
**O" Club at noon tomorrow \\ unien's Reserve I OBiyant PN2: Mal y }llll'lwllSKC. I WAVES were on duty at 900 stations reported aboard on 10 November
for WAVE: olticeii of all : All sixteen WAVE officers on and Merle Hamilton, DK1 r in the U. S. and Hawaii in 1912. She was Ens (now Lt.
command located at NAS I duty here are expected to Though just a shadow of thu r. 1913)), the 416 ofhcirs and 1,510 Comdr.) Katherine C. Doe cur
ticipate in the birthday enlisted women still on duty will rently attached to the staff of th.d
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Jacksonville, and a birthday I tomorrow, and most all of pal'-I soon have their ranks swelled toa Public Information Office here.
party highlighted by a cake- enlisted WAVES, together Birthday GreetingsOn total of 500 officers, 20 warrant Thirt\-six: WAVE officers followed .
cutting ceremony in the trends and guests, will be on hand officers, and 6.000 enlisted personnel on 27 December 1912, reporting .
But most of all. aboard for three weeks of indoctrination .
for the informal barracks party. the occasion of the important
of the WAVES barracks
e- lounge I Dttails of the: party ate being WAVES' Sixth Anniversary, they wilt be a part of the Regular in WAVES AdmmUttation -
tomorrow evening, will I handled bv a committee headed by messages of congratulations Navy and not membtis of a "\\'o- I After c unplt'tion of thil
mark the observance here of i Kay Newborn' YN1. and mcludAn poured in from highrankingNavy men: Reserve" (Continued. on Page 2)
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Seventh N. D. WAVES Director achievements women in and blue"their on contribution their- V/AVES Administrative Officer

to the Naval Service I

Cites Efficient Performance during'."\.reporting one the of past my to six my first: yeais prenent official dot at"11aU..r !. Sees Manv. Opportunities. Ahead

: -i: I II I am ver)' happy to greet the
anniversary naturally a %v.\\ tS: on their sitlh Ilirthdatlth "CongratulatIOns t.o the worm :
r. time of looking back and .\ u h 1 urn not acquainted *. of the Navy and in particular to I .,>, : ::1
I yet with must u( you, I urn quiletaiuilirr the WAVES on duty at I t
looking forward, too. This is dou- .
I bly true as the WAVES complete h..with alwlI> )the. been high nmlatmnrd.111111.1whlt"h sonville Naval Air Station ':! ,: "
their sixth year of service in the by the UA\I'S:: at Jk.on,ill". a the Sixth Anniversary of ::
Naval Reserve With the signing record ol itrbtrvrinrDt and conduct tablishment of the ": ,'iJ": :
whirls took tin small part in attaininc :
and the ;f.
serve completion
of the bill to authorize women in tinrrroitnUrd place heldtoday .: "
the regular components, a new by the women ol the Naval years of service'. '. r, >':
chapter in naval history is begin Servi ic e. Congressional approval ,
I ning This is the first time in his- May .I<. I add wl .h my yea own many'1i'eleoaieAboard' rrtiirm! lic Law 625 on 12 June -A/t '> .
tory that women, other than of the day" ished the Women
nurses, have been authorized as Kerr Admiral K \\', I.Itihoiniiiandant transferred all women in t
a part of the Regular Forces of (' Annh.r".r 7th N. IIOn .,'. val Service to the Naval
thl their i sUth; 8)t
the United States may I e pre.... tu)' iilnrere admira. It further authorized
"1 he women of the Navy are lien far the \\\Vrs whoiM oqt- women to the Regular
aenicea. in time of
landing Mar
proud of this honor and will con- have earned the place in the) peacetime action by the Congress
tinue to serve with the same unfailing Navy which they now hold United States is based on
unfaltering zeal they have \\'A\'to.:: devotion to duly and the cellent record or service
'already shown. The glories and splendid manner In which. their dll' contribution made by
tier have ht'.n and are wing I'f'r-
medals of heroes' are not for the tensed are In keeping. with the throughout the war years. .....
WAVES but theirs ia rather the hlb..t traditions o' the Naval. anco of women in the \ - Lt. Ellen Word quiet, inward pride which comes :service." vice on an equal footing 1'. Reid
7 N.D. & NAATODirector I with tasks efficiently performed Commanding Captain A. I,Officer Malntroni, N"\S, is a momentous step and a ve
, of WAVES (Continued on Page 3)) (Continued on Page NAS

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CHAPLAINS' Week-end Hw

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Never in history have people) of NtiRTV :

nil ages, in uniform and out, been '"
HO keenly interested in marriage. I SOTK-Thin. "<'*.!>'. column U ilrtoud to t'\ I.Ci MI., the rarrirr groupat '''"
Despite the fact that it is a lux- AKTr., aDd iMF-144. H... Mttflu* lUtrrtr. fighting ".,'''lduOII-Io.d.)
ury and a positive expense, more i MARINE MEANDER The recuperating at the NAS Hos
people continue to get married, establish mult and shouting! has died down petal
homes, become parents, divorce and the squadron has reported :SO LONG, COLONELEver.: :: >
and remarry on a scale larger back to Jax from Cherry Point, once in a great while ant'llt occurs -
than any previously recordedin but the events of the annual 1 which seems to render the t :
history.! maneuvers this year will be long fund of words in the English lan- I IA
People marry and establish families remembered. Many tales will be guage totally inadequate. That s
because marriage satisfies spun which cannot be told in this the way everyone in VMF-144 th
certain basic needs for love, response brief column, but we can state Marine Air Detachment, and
recognition, and personality with pride that VMF-144 increased NARTU feels at the present moment b
expression. It is a constant reminder I its flight time from 350 hours and you can guess the reason R S ,. .
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that no man faces! life registered in the 1947 menauversto why. Yes we're losing Lt. (01..
alone. In the happy marriage, each 716 hours this year. The maneuvers Robert A. Black who raised this
member is strengthened with the weren't mor'e than five days organization from a mere idea to

courage which each gives to the old when last year's mark was ':ja squadron which, at the present.
other. cracked. Only one mishap marred writing, has a waiting list as long
Divorced people return to marriage I the otherwise perfect accident rec- ''as your arm. The Colonel is leav

in impressive numbers. Solar ord, and that had nothing to do ing"for Fort Leavenworth. As our IJlllSl'JW1"
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as the institution of marriage with aircraft. Lt. Cram tripped as parting gesture, we'd like to wish '
goes, the rising divorce tide is no he was getting out of bed and seriously him all success, good fortune, and TKN;, filed through the station gales last ;"
sign that the family is passing I injured his leg. That is one happiness in his future commands. Sunday to nspei! "a' y .It'. planes and to witness NAKTU week-end :
away. It is rather a strong indication i for Ripley, considering the high | CVLG RAMBLE-Quite a thrill : warriors in naming.! It was the most successful "Open House" held *vi
that marriage and family I number of hours which were ,' this past week-end to have our at the Naval Air Station since 30 August 1945 when the station was "''j

Jiving are destined to continue flown) Lt. Crim, by the way, is drill dates coincide with the NAR I opened to the public for the first time following the end of the ,,; -
As George Bernard Shaw once TU display of jet aircraft! From war. (Upper left I A bir 'seye'iew of a portion of the vast throngs 2'
said: "There is no question of piness. the squadron's point of view the I which came and went throughout the day Upper right)Viewing '.'.:ry
abolishing marriage, but only) a I Apart from all the economic rewards -' event was particularly educational a cutaway of a jet engine is the group: which participated in the .-.:

question of improving its condi I I and physical pleasures, happy and we )learned many things we dedication of the new NARTU ground school in Bldg. lf>&. Left to .
tions." marriages bring affection, companionship never knew about jets. One of the right are Al Cahill, president of the Florida Junior Chamber of Commerce ,

Among the ways of improving I and the achievementof pilots stated that there are lateri Captain F. \\'. Priestman, Commanding Officer of NARTU, -n' _

marriage, no wise couple will overlook ideals. Happily married people I i models on the way, and although Mrs. Cahill, Instructor Maughan, Mrs C. Frank Whitehead aid .h,r'$
these three essential ones: I work year by year toward the-ac- the Phantom seemed to provide Mayor Whitehead of Jacksonville. ( Lower right) Lt. Comdr. Bob .'
First, work out a mutual plan complishment of goals. No sorrow all the thrills we could take in Clark, former flight leader of the Blue Angels, was one of the two "!
for saving and spending the family ;I or trouble can rob them of their one day, we're cautioned that we jet pilots who made exhibition flights Sunday. Among the interest
income. happiness. They know that joy haven't seen anything yet! spectators; were both Rear Admiral Ernest \\'. Litch and Captain
Second, participate together in and heroism in love grow out of I FAMOUS FIRSTS The win- A. I. Malstrom. Flyers from NARTU'S Fighting" Squadron 52. participating -
Woik, play, fellowship, and wor- devotion to ideals and to God. ners have been announced in the in their regular monthly drill flew a flawless anchor
Bhiji. The more the interests are Such faith enables a couple) to recruiting drive, and John T. Aut- formation salute to the. two. recent arrivals
similar and not antagonistic, the ; face courageously! whatever life 'ry, AMSAN, wa right there in -- ----
happier a couple will be. may bring. the payoff. He did it with five re- works, he made a plastic: Pl.tureIr

Finally, work together to make II Those who achieve life-long relationships I cruits. Havana, here we come! I kme to fit the picture. This is hIs .
the marriage count for something in affection know the I Here's another first. This! time Hospital second tour of hospitalization here .
worthwhile. Successful marriages i secret of Wilhelm Meister's words: It's an advancement in rating to and he has just about tried everything -

are made. They: are built upon | "Art is long, life is short, the Aviation Chief Machinists Mate I the lab ha* to offer. He
foundation more permanent than craft so hard to learn." for Fulton E. Holmes effective I even pinch hits as i instructorwhen
passion or selfish desires for hap- Chaplain Edwin R. Hartz 1 July, the first {hiet', rating ChatterTime 1 the instructors are busy
.-- made at NARTU Jax.ITS Golding, who spends his more
OFFICIAL Lt. Comdr. for another beach partyat > ings buzzing around the O. T.
Prof. Hartz Will Conduct Dovell has been assigned an ad- Mrs. Towers' home in Atlantic 1 Shop, is in the process of makinga

I ditional duty, the job of coordin- Beach, so keep Wednesday 4 Aug- submarine. This is his second>
ating and aiding in recruiting. ust, in mind for the date for good one and it's bound to be bigger .
Family Relations LecturesMarriage CVLG52 has vacancies for one ra- swimming, good food, and a real and.better than the first. .
darman, second class, and for two treat for all who go. "Wanda," wife of C. A. Baugu,
: and family relations radar-men, third class. And speak- You fellows who used the recent I is about to receive a lovely jewel
stepped into the spotlight at NAS I fh'e'f'ars. He has traveled over ing of vacancies\ there are only clothing allowance to pur- box Her loving husband has painted -
this week as Chaplain Edwin R. 12.000 miles in the South talking about 25 left in VA and 35 in VF. chase some new uniforms will be i an attractive floral design on
Hartz began! the first half of his I to PTA and "Y" groups, civic VA may well be the fastestgrowing interested in knowing we have an the front of the box, along with

Active duty period here. I.. ._ ... _' ".-,."_ outfit around these parts. ,electric sewing machine in the O. her name. The inside has been
The professor in the Departmentof We've counted 34 new faces dur- ) T. Shop. Yes, you can make all lined with yellow felt to match _
Social Work at Florida State ( :" j ing the months of June and July. the changes necessary on those the color of the flowers in the .;
University! in addition to conduct- It is oftimes overlooked that "whites"' to make them fit. design.]
ing a Family Relations Clinic at i I' I one of the best ways of obtainingan E. W. Perrodin, V.A.P., has a -- --- -- -- -

the Chapels, has scheduled! three ( appointment to the U. S. Naval mighty handsome little son. How-
talk. on the subject.! The first will ; Academy is through the Naval I do we know? ? ? He has been Jax Air News

be before the Navy Wives Club tomorrow > Reserve. This year, 163 reserviststook 'working many days on enlargements -
evening at 2000 in theorganiZation's the required examinationsand of the lad. To complete the Editorial: OfficesSouth

Dewey Park Club- t 92 passed After four years of I Wing, lower Deck,

house. Chaplain Hartz will lecture excellent training at the Academy WAVES Itldtf. 93(1
Observe Telephone d..n..lon-tll
on "HappyThough) Married" and along with the nation's bestin
will follow) it up with a general youth, they will be commissioned (Continued from Arthur M. Greene, Kdltor
discussion.) He will be introduced Ensigns.&! It's a good deal, and it Page 1) The JAX AIR NEWS is pub-
by Chaplain A. C Boyer. Husbands can all be done with ye ole Naval indoctrination, 18 of the officers 'lished weekly at the U. S. Naval
s have been asked to attend Reserve. were assigned to duty in the various Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida,

with their wives, Don t forget to sign up for an- air stations under the Naval : and printed commercially with

The Chaplain's next appearanceWill nual training duty. Air Operational Training Com I non-appropriated funds at no expense -

be in the pulpit at the 0930 Tha s all for now. See you at mand. The first enlisted WAVE, I to the government and in _.,
Ann Mitsch, S2c, reported aboardon compliance with SecNav Circular
f>rvie Sunday morning in All drill 21-22 August
Saints' Chapel. His sermon is titled .rdubs.-" ,-...- -., ."" ,. 5-........ 14 January 1943.! And four I' Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December
1 "Stand For The Best In Fam- days later, seven radiomen, the 1945. Copies are distributed free
social workers, and other first rated WAVES here '
ily Lite." All married personnelhave reportedfor of charge at the Naval Air Sta
been especially invited to attend organizations. duty.By tion, the Naval Air Reserve Training
Accelerated:: divorce rates in the time the first
this worship service.On Unit, the Headquarters t f the
recent years point to the necessityof I was celebrated here on 30 Naval Air Advanced Training
At the tatl.a ('h.pets.
Wednesday 4 August, Prof. preparing for marriage with the ..d AI..I. A'.... July 1943, 361 enlisted WAVESwere Command, Headquarters* of the .
j Vlwrtz will speak to members of ,I same care as in preparing for any Pr.lessa.t aboard. On 1 July 1H5, officers Seventh Naval District Naval ,..--.
the Officers' Wives Club following (Jf Worship Nonl{' --ChlorllIln EdI
other profession, Chaplain Hartz k'iQ- ...In R. Hail I on duty at 21 stations and3M5 Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, ., '1
their )luncheon meeting in the 0"Club. '
said earlier this week. "The proof enlisted
1045-Geneial Womhlp' St-nl't-ChlOp I : women on duty at and the U. S. Naval Hospital.]
His subject is "Marriage: Is! of the value of such preparation i loin R. L. Muif'hy.' 18 stations.
A Serious) Business." Chaplain lies in the fact that among those 'I I ({ ()-Sundvy $(:no,1.) thrall l. When 1 March 1P46 oiled The JAX AIR NEWS U a minter of
Francis Lee Albert will) make the I who have undergone training, the (: around, demobilization) had taken the Shift' Editorial: I I A *ocI Uon and
)ntrf1uctlon. divorce rate j it only one out of 70. tf7CIt'-NIoIII(1lt-iI-NIlIOI Its. toll and only 100 officers! and I the Aimed Fl'I(:... PIM service Kro -
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A living example of what he ad- Those who haven't had the benefitof Chaplain J. M. Coyl will' officiate 1,231'dvA VES must bear a viedlt Jlrt!. R >|>ub-
troeatesChaplain Hartz ha been competent instruction have a at both Maftft. in NAATC. The current Ik'atlon tot other mailer .xt .t>t by
I An .tri.or Nursery lor small children It'Jrlalnt'd.
happily married for 14. years and I divorce record of one out' of three," .k o maintained between ) W ami' on duty in the: command service without publication'' It pruhlblted AIR I'NEWS. I ''
bas two daughters! Aged nine ariel he averted J }6. Ii..rll! and enlisted i>vrv liMl m vt KtHtor.' JAX.


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Bulletin will be a 'eptcxl untU Titter butilnfw girl or couple. Calf
not later Mrs Addy, :2-3512 or 2-' n4.
apace hiM ben Illle-d trill
Single room with kitchen privilegesand .
than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 8280.1XK a double Bleeping room. MIR k (q P ; ;;
:- SALE Sher hard, 7-6M50 4 M rV Qf

1033 Old mobUt' tour-dout sedan with Large coiner bedre>om, nicely l furnish
."'- live new tires, good ttexportation cd. next to bath In Lakekhore KitChen
:. Will sell for $210. Plaintext, 8178 privilege: In t'1t''U kitchen It I
,' :193: Chevrolet sedan, two-door, $495.!* denlied Close to shopping ('entt'tand
Call Vitlla, ext &30. air base bun line Mm Rhodes46JO '
} linger( electric cabinet model sewing : rkenhead Road
J7 machine Also a Hollywood ted with Apartment with two rooms and electilcully -
Innempilng rnntltet*. Wood, 1231B equipped klUhen Just been
,. Hancock Street NAS. redecorated Adults only, no childrenor +6
r Three bedroom frame house with tile j-els Mrs. Kocdei, -2833.
bath and shower Recently repainted Three rooms and bath near NAS {
,', Electric 1\(1\t' refrigerator, water Adults only. M rll. Thompson, phone e ,
heater and circulating heater Included 2-J025 z t
,: Convenient located In Park New three bedroom house with break
lust nook, reened-ln poith tire
Street Height, 3Jti*> Plnegrove
Court Will be available 1 September place. and attached garuge Equlp- 33t
jed with new circulating heater and )
L Phone 2-3WU or ext 456 andask n
for Lt. Comdr Dunn Venetian Minds Immediate ottupanc S, 4 n
3947 Buick convertible, fcCKiO actual! '. Open for ln<*re<'llfn Sunday dom. I r
;' inllen For further Information call 12t1 to 17dO, Phone Chief Bekheamfc6470 a '
\" Lt Williams, ext 263 I ,, \ # k
llaby baxslnette and electric recording. Fur nlllht'd three reom apartment and Y ,
(,:' machine, Beth In good ..conditionMn screened porch, ndults only. Mi'
..: Parrls ext &: Two and one-half bedroom house WANTED c

" ,.' stucco on block Just redecorated Ride from onemile south of Orange -h
., Inside and out Daily bus service to Folk on Route 17 tci air bake \\'H k
;, : town Near church, shopping renter, Ing hours, 07((> to 1545. C H. Ho n Ah ars a(
,.:' and nchHil Also furniture 1 bur J40U, Shop 749, upper deck of Hangar! 12.: v
k : SMI31 or 9-b "bO. Apartment-glie washing machine. Onlr I 1
.. D1bmd \', car bed and tot chair, E. Konkke ext, 446.
;"F'J all, fur $7.' Bateman, 3203A Blair M, Ride from vicinity if Accsta and College I
'.: l)wey Park Sis, to NAS. VA'or king. hours !
Well drained lot, 70x156, feet Near (1f'1to/ 16.W. Sally Chandler 7-<*nor
p1j. AU Station Call F. A Vonbbersteln. ext t4 r
22304, Ride for wife and myself to Seattle
Belgian Shetland pony, western saddle Wash, Will share expenses and do. --
and bridle including twowheelcart part of driving: W, A. Simmons Jr. KALIMI X iiico\f.: left assistant' director of ihe Iackson\tlle S 'hooi of Technology Checks the

and harnei-s Suitable for children Shop tl, A&R, progress of William H Hill apprentice AMG, dur,ng a supervisory inspection of apprentice training
Nazal, ext. 247, or see at 13.WDa : Ride from Third and Main to NAS I
classes here last week James R DOlman
apprem ce is The
supervisor looking on a' right photo was
my St. Working hour* (*00 to 16.W: Lena
s 2-guuge:' Savage: model 720 automatic Roberts, ext. 684 snapped Friday: in the mechanical drawing> ,:lass
shotgun, *514. Call Lt tomdr. Lob- Girl to share re>orn with another In -- -- -- --
hell, ext' 5"6 or 2\ 1.3hree Riverside set'lion! of town bent meal .
. ;: bedrciom house partially fur- possible 'and two locks from foul i
.JJ" nlKhed' located one and ne-half bus lines M. Greenwood. 271,21, ,
: tulles tram NAS Call Major L? B Refined young man withes congenial SUPPLY
Glass, ext :VH5 or Ki57: Howe Is lo- room-mate In large from> room' with ..BREEZlN f I
culed lit 4N 7 Ulmei Avenue, Tlmu- twin beds and two> closets In 1'1'1-I -
I Manor Mite Rl\eif lde home mar bus line : _
,', IJ.\:\by crib I with mattress, baby tenda, Mis Mooie 7-7110: >1 2 SALLIES ::
.. huhMnette, tiKxcle, stroller, clothes Men who play tiling instruments I -. ..
locker, dinette set with four chairs want to organlic a six piece string i eronnrl v -\dtmnislration Dy -
and pads like new studio e'ouch band For further Information ml) Dot 1)ickasrn-life. Jartard is again
1 with covers, mahogany cocktail table C VRodd, ext ':'2.1. : going oft on leave His exeunt this '
I. Ride from Attleboio and .. I day. He s;; going to sue Miss Sweatif
lamp or radio table AM table Cassatt Sisto time better
comblodtlon radio, household scale NAS Working hour', 1KD Ic I OVERTl.'RES.-The golf tourn- is even than the last : his popularity' goes down for
) and other miscellaneous' Items AH, 16eO. Delma Green ext tl222. I one. Quote: 'To escape from hum- the simple reason, he didn't appear'
in good: condition \\'III sell cheap Child small trUjcle must be In good I ament slowed up this weekend ( drum existence of everyday: life I en, the radio at the scheduled time.
Chief Sslvall, 3l: j3B Ulbb Avenue. condition and reasonable. Call Mi>, and, at this writing only two for a brief period" Unquote. Ain't
'I' Dewev Park Davis, .12t1(1.i. matches in the second round had that somethin I If you have any friends who are
::1' Bubv carriage In excellent condition, MISCELLANEOUSWill been Turner took Boothon looking for their golden opportunity -
; Wonder Bill Yeats Is I
: $lh, Also 1 an RCA portable radio trade a 1M maroon custom.built why so
;,a' foi $10, Call L. C'. Ziploloskl ext' DeSoto convertible with radio, heater :: the 18th h lethe match being nervous these days? He has the :, remember we need qualified
1d": r: 551 or *.:.!:lI1t, after 1730 fog: lights, and i> I I even up to that point and Keefe screaming meames! people out here in A&R.
Thayer baby eari lage and bathlnette white sldewall tiies for I with several to
"ht'aJ.t'rII' came in spare At.t.orlt-h j.ion by Eli-
Welcome aboard Charles Brow-
J, W, Miller 134513 Randolph St,
and difference In cash Contact Lt,
: NAS3'Ml" over Owens Comdr. Porter and ard. I know beth Ma 'h-Some of the peoplein :
Mary, are gladto
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:;,, -, Chrv\Jer Royal : radio and motor 358. Can ace tar at Bid*,. 40 or Apt. Lt. Comdr. Thorpe had not Completed get some more help. Violet did the hop are starting to return .
, ? hUll just been reconditioned Car I. Bldg KM, their second round playoff irorn those grand and
have nice ? glorious -
very clean Intilcle and c-ut C, L. Gray, you ,
r, ext 755 orU62 after 16.4U: I I but it was 3-up in Comdr. Don't forget the election for the b vacations Suntans, rested
;' tiludlo couth with practically new Porter's favor with three to go Shop Committee. Saw the proofsof looks, and such smiles! Gee! \
Call Mrs Parker, ext, 407Deluxe INSIDEPUBLIC I
last Monday. It will probably be
electric stove, J2.r: >0: Admirallefilgeititoi our glamour gals the other day Charlie Dayton sajs' he had a
another week before we can definitely and are leally good so I'm wonderful time
9 cubic feet J/75; dinette they I in Maryland.
suite, $25 double bed with WORKS establish Supply top am-
: sure no one will know just which I TEd Mercuri wants another
vacation -
spring| and rnnlt.iess $45: and twoHollywc ateur. one to choose for the sweetheart of

>e d beds with Innerspringnratheas He hasn't recuperated from
r for S-J2 each Alko other I Around the Divisions In INS AND OUTS.-Billy Rountrt'e. -| A&R. the first one )'et. No? Hmmm.

.r mime'Iliiric-c-iii Item of furniture, Transportation, Kenneth E. Rogers teh Suppliers' indispensable Hope everyone heard Glamour Pat Cave puts cameras together -
'all 2.&:/. 64O1 CrevcentStreet I
Michel ,
is receding congratulations on base-coach turns In his fetation
': ), t I I Boy Warren on the radio the other so that they make with smoke
IIr'' Jliiby crib and jn.ittie I Mis. Refcan; being the proud papa of a baby pass button next Monday to take I signals and, confidentially, I hear
]On: lAlgewc: Avenue, Phone J3'Ml boy born 18 July. Mr. Rogers is I the week off and then to join Rail- separate two fighting catsoneof I he's planning to use it as a new

, .', 7273, a station auto pool driver way Postal. Billy has been one of them his suffered an arm injury secret .
: weapon.Did
: Buick four-door sedan In goodltsvf
mechanical l cxindltlon Fee Simpson, Louise Bragg is planning a New the real pillars of the department, which necessitated hospitalization 'I notice
you Woody
; Baimckk f2, ext. 8270194b Orleans vacation soon; later on and it is with genuine regret that Both Tom and Emily re- I new
All that and
: ford convertible, with new paint this :year ape says: she;; plans to we see him go He will stick to port how quickly and effectively a too
',i3 job and lop radio and healer, 'tJlJ; the WAVES if the Blue Cross-Blue Shield Something must be wrong, s'rral
join possible the team however, until the last policy
for mv eciult.v Call Margaret Mul- ter, son did sun
liar, 3-11M! after 18UUUM7 that ain't fair to us bachelors, game is played for this season worked for them Shipping Supervisor the north side you of the house yourself? Mr.on
OldKmoblle "78" sedan, two-tone Louise In Design & Engineering I George Gahagan is on his scx>nd Potts better known as
color In perfect condition Price $2.x6. : ,- Dub Faglie returned from his week of his two-week military I I "M T" Which way is the wind Bhtch has a nice tan too. Locks:
See Jack Harvey at the Golf like have been
Shack, ext 8197: Naval Reserve Training duty at furlough; Frank \\ood and Ernie I blowing OB & MR Hooray! of you fishing and getting in plenty -

r FOR KENT I Il'wo Cherry Point, N C. said Rodeillat begin their two-week Our IV-B raise came in today. swimming lately
: ( \Mmey Morris from the
: en -half block from two 'twas most enjoyable. N. C. Farmer stint on the first, returning in I Now there's no excuse for not Prop
loeims Shop there lot
. bun lines. theaters, and stores Located I I left for two weeks in cool time to play in the city tourna- taking out savings bonds Ted sajs is a going: en

. at Popular Point, only 15 minute cool, North Carolina Edith ment for the Softball trophy Abreu one-time Supplyer chunkernow around there It seems Slim Har-
from NAS Also combination llvInr ris is back. Slim says things are
and bedroom with two bed. I I Wewer has gone on two weeks L. R. Hill hopes that his transfer with Duval Motors, claims not around here It couldn have
both fUI nl.hf'tt. Mrs Winter, 2-845Peveral : :\. i I leave but plans to spend most of request to Guam comes through the graveyard on a ship is over been that hot
rooms for couple or men. Good it in Jacksonville Charlie approved in the next few weeks. the bow-because everything is pepper which gut
air conditioning and running water. Simpkine returned Monday from One to Adak Alaska has already dead ahead The lounge fur- mixed up with his lunch t-h?
Mm, Houston S-/770: II
", ''hie*' bedroom house, completely fur- I leave with a healthy .u -tan been OK'd, but Larkin turned that niture is in the process of being .' Who in the shop said "all ftKh:

nlRhed Ha Bendlx washer, &2,gallon : Alice Gibbon's brother flew down one down Marie Xieset just covered at present under the supervlsion amen are liars but all bar are
HcHpoInt automatic hot water I from Detroit, and he and Alice returned from Pittsburgh where of Georgia Barthelmess : not fithermen," then that lame

"heater with good, and attic garage: fan Air Station conditioned person-,I II. are spending some time in their she and her husband caught several -( Georgia has done a great deal to- I person said he made a catch of

nel 1 preferred Joseph Lauro ;2-047b. I I IJ' home at Ft. Pierce FU With big-league game Shorty ward instituting the lounge and I 70 pounds ?

"r-lm bungalow with bath, electrically ,I everyone off: on \'vacation J. H. Siegel accompanied Romanoff, the keeping it in shape. I Spivak wishes Wenslen would

Situated equipped on and Collins garage Road attached -, I,I Vinyard had to postpone his Con- wrestler, on his vacation and they ADDENDA. Tonight, If all goes ':, hurry back. It takes three hands

the Hh house after crossing railroad nie Hecht has started her "good- took in St. Pete, Tally Savannah, well (which means if the weather to describe a prop part if you don't

11ticks Suitable for a small I byes" as she is leaving on the and several .other towns in Fla. has permitted), the Supplyers know the name of ]t.

." famlly., Route SolO 4 per. Box month 4At Charles Jacksonville Kurka 16th of August back to New I & Ga Claud England, in leaving .I may be playing their final game I It seems that Haidmen and

)Uce clean loom In a new home rood York to be with her folks the station takes a short I to determine the league w inner. Carisen are bachelors for a little

locution near bin line Phone W'I In 7ND Contracts Gladys O'Mal-.1 holiday and then plans to take I If we win it, it means the pen- while, and Hardman's son;; went on

\V: Pierce; 775WsBIS ley is 'on leave too her hubby I over the "Handy Store"', a confectionery nant for this season. It may be I vacation let(). He couldn't t'tantJ
Lath, NoehIdien ,
)rooms, e two>r pets private Miss Bather 7- is home from So. America on 1 opposite the Lackawanna I:I necessary to go one or two more his old man'8 cooking.

2tAKoorn his leave for thirty days, we be- playground Henry Behrens I I games, but even so, mathematically I I
with kitchen privileges Locatedone lieve ( just think of 30 days expects to return from sick leavein the season may conclude tonight -

block from );AS bus route Call leave WOW! ) In the about another week or ten days, the Stadium at 9 P. M WAVES
}Ielttnran, -91t2.
Two rooms with private baths.! Next :Maintenance & Utilities Division I Henry broke his foot while out on Too late to classify: J, V Harper !I

to River at Montgomery Place. Call we have an item of unusual note a picnic and the healing has been will also go to Railway Postal i (Continued from Page 1)

Mis Manter, l.l5; : : and undoubtedly cf merit L, slow. Also on sick leave is'' August 6th along wIth Ruin. liee I not only to WAVES but to all women -

Pleasant privileges front In bedioorn private> home.with kitchen Would .R. Borer, the Master :Mechanic, Tom Burnett who in trying to : who served their country in

uniform and to women in general -

I (who: spends his vacations in California ; United States history will

the tiaitor) reports that 1 1 1 record 12 June 194& as one cf the
; he has found a means whereby he r important clate-s in w omens: long
Q } i fi" D > 00 jl
I can smoke as many of those long quest for reccgnition.}

cigars per day as his system can "Our ranks will be augmented
stand and still maintain an atmosphere 1 shortly bthe return of former t

MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM I I in the Power Plant of- I ( service women and by new enlistments

flee as fresh as springtime among Ilh Many opportunities for
2000 \u.k-f ntllf-HSO and 2000.TI11'RSDAY .
Movie: \\.ktlapl-1780! and ; II the flowers the secret is two 1 proving the confidence shown in

bottles of Air Wick i not an a civ.1 F c us still he ahead. Let us make theme
I:" "PRAIRIE OUTLAWS," with R Ates and Eddie Dean i 1 in the slip stream of the air-con-I 1 U ( 'i I' >st of these opportunities!' "

.', FRIUAI'CREV'S ditioner, The Power Plant stencg, -+ _
Band. Start at 2030.SATURDAY I I
DANCE, Station
Mary Wormuldorf, who caught a 4.r
cold so she could not smell the Seventh
GLORY" starring! Allan Ladd. stale tobacco can now recover, +---

MONDAY"FEUDIN' without hesitation (Note to (('Continue! from Page 1))
FUSSIN', AND A FIGHTIN', featuring Donald Comdr Rait the Maintenancehalf And the proudest moment comes

O'Connor. of Maintenance & Utilities with the Navy traditional words,
. Tllt $UA 1. AND UKDNEMIAY Division for the second' week has of approval well de ne.'

"LULU BELLE," starring Dorothy Lemour. hud no news whasamalta'7 ? > I YOTI P "So on the Sixth Anniversary,

Ce mdr, \\'. S. Johnson, Aunt I am happy to have this opportunity
JUNIOR PWO returned from 30) days leave JMQ ; II on the behalf of all the

Show *<*rl fevt 2000. he went to Minnesota: where teew t r ha! WAVES to thank our Navy for

. 1'IUJItSUA) AND FRIDAY the climate is cooler Captain the many opportunities and privilege

_u' ... "THE BRIDE GOES WILD," featuring Van Johns.. H B. Jones I'WO, and Captain Whether you're laM, I I *! that have been given un' ,

8ATT11DAY I a G. Sinallwood, 7ND, '}HOrnCC good looking, or tloubk. flhort..1 but most of all for the utmost con-

";;C;. "GALLANT LFOION," with W. EHiot. attended\ the SeaBee meeting at vote for your. favorite ,-*> fUltvcc which has been placed In

f fuels OffleCT Auditorium e-fcvte nivlll finrther ."tke et( 1 AngtleL) Miami returning Monday terman! our success now and tomorrow


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rPi' 1H1pS Softbnllers Nab First

.. Leg Oi f fLed 7th N. D. Crown

by pitcher Henry White, who allowed only four Key .

West safeties and also blasted a tremendous fourmasterinto

left field with nobody on base, the "NAS Flier Softball

nine scored an overwhelming 23-3 victory over the South

Florida team Tuesday night at Power Plant Diamond to

vault into the lead in the race for the Seventh Naval District

.> softball crown
The two teams were slated to -- -
meet again last night under the tally. In the third canto, four
bases on balls and a long single
local arcs in the second tilt of
I the Iwo-out-of-three series If the I off the bat of Shaw gave the NAa

Fliers: won, the series is ended club a 5-2 lead

but if Key West evened the score,, The visitors had their second

I F: the deciding game] will be played hurler on the mound in the fourth
tonight frame when the Jaxnien came up

I Tuesday night's game saw the with alive-run rally. A single: by

Mn IK" sew up the victory in the local second sacker Jerry Hosa-
, ; \ I : : first inning by storing five runs, flook started the flreworkrs as
' They insured their lead by tallying Frank Retrieve NAS outergai-
six times in the second and dener, reached first on a Bull.

, h"1 n added insult to injury in the miscue, and Joe McKeehan doubled -
/ third inning when ten men scam- into center to score the first

''p"I'ed across the plate two markers, 'Ski," SvejkovsKi:

; All three Key West runs were Jax-Navy shortstop promptly A.
) s :! stored in the fifth frame when Ed slammed out his big

Mas ten blasted a home run with ter in kit center, and Shaw aided
Tri-Uistrict Champs i two men on base his own cause with a homer a few
Hers :Swamp; Bullet minutes later to end the scoring
Cl Tilt: \KNTII: ; S.\\'AI. Dls- I Last Wednesday night, behindthe for the inning. The locals got another -
\ I
'I'HICT ( (>!.I" t' ana, made up ot brilliant no-hit pitching of four tallies in the fifth inning

JI L1J tilt ,'e liiiksnn n Irons NAS Jacksonville I Daryl "Dumpy" Shaw, Jax-.-':avy when Frank Retrieve drove'
I and one trom Key West, swamped the Green Coye Bullets, his round-tiipper into conterfield
if walked off with top team hon- 14-3 to cop the northern end of with two men on base, and Dilly
1 i\; ,, ;.,:: ois in the Seventh, Eighth, and the Seventh Naval District softball 'Gibbs sent home Joe Dlckson with

: : <'. > Ninth Naval District Golf Tour- championship. II a single that ended the local run
.i' nament at Ponte Vedra last Shaw notched his first no-hit I spree for the evening, The Green
week by covering the 72 holes triumph over the Bullets with a Cove nine> scored just once: more

with 1,313 strokes, (Topi I The 15-2: score in the first game of on an error and a fielder\ choice.
'i' victorious squad included, left the three-game series played last ----..-
to light, Joe MacDonald, Erwin Monday But the Bullets came

Scott, Tony Grego, Steve Shan- back the following night to ham- Conditioning Is
< gula Jack Harvey, right, was mer out a 9-7 win over the local
the coach (iLeftl) Comdr F J. diamondeers,
Stressed In Early
I Ih Ir Brush Executive Officer of Going into the second frame of
S t NAS, presents Grego with the the rubber game. the Green Cove
team trophy The :VAS slat shot combo held a 2-0 lead, but a Hierlie Gridiron Workouts/
30 r, to lead the fourteen-man
a *' pass and a couple of bas
edition of the NAS
The newest
kimeks gut the locals their first
Jacksonville Flier football eleven,
---- - -- -- --
though still an awkward infant

: F a Seventh N. D. Lii ks Squad Takes already ing up is into giving one promise of the of nation snap-

foremost service gridiron juggei rnauta.

Honors In Tri-D istrict Match Sixty candidates are tearing -
up the turf of Mason Field
r afternoon trying to get ini>
-- every
Lt I I Tony of Jdx-
ijji Giego
ix condition for the opening
still another member of the local gam-
: memberof the Seventh
Navy a
with Eglin Filed at the Gat n
44 :Naval District golf team, took Jax-Navy squad, took fourth,place
Bowl on 2 October
I .
low niedah honors in the TriDistrict with a 321.Grego .
Golf at To date, Coach Don Jacka and
Championships MacDonald Robertson, his assistants have completely ignored
j the Ponte Vedra course last week
LTry tiv totaling u scintillating 305over ; j and Whisler make up a four-man the elements: of body contact -
the 72-hole distance Led by team which will compete in the during the dally workouts,

w1 Grego, the Seventh Naval District All-Navy finals near San Fran- preferring to whip their chargesinto
$ team cisco sometime next month, Scott top-notch physical condition.
tout -man squad copped top
honors, shooting a 1,313 to beat also will make the trip as an alternate They are stressing strenuous cal-
o x the Ninth Naval District with member of the select eaUienio drills, running, and a few

1.:i36 and the Eighth Naval District squad li pausing drills.
:/ with 1,360, The five low medalists: were followed The new moleskin mentor announced
: Chief Joe MacDonald also of by W, T, Beatty of Glenview last week that the 194j
III in the Ninth Naval District I work of
Jax-Navy and the Seventh Naval Fliers will probably out
the with a 327; W E Gowdy of a system similar to that used by
---- --- ------------ District, took runner-up spot
-- with a 312 total He lost his I Glenview with a 331: Ed Watter- I the University of Tennessee Vols.
chance for the crown in the first son of Glenview: with a 331; H. : Under this formation, the back

WAVES Clinch Girls City round of play when Grego came M Murphy of Pensacola in the will work out of a single wing,

through with a spectacular par 72, Eighth Naval District with a 339; with the. quarterback up close behind
eight strokes better than the S, G, Jacquot of Glenview witha a balanced line.
Softball Crown This WeekA lanky chief who took the All- 344; Steve Warren of Corpus i The candidates for the squad

Service crown a year ago. I Christi with a 315; R W, Schumann : will probably don the pads some
power-laden NAS WAVE &ottball nine limned the City Girls of Pensacola with a 347, G I time next week. and begin blocking -
softball pennant race Tuesday night when it rornptd ovii the South '' Bill Whisler, Jax-Navy, linki- I. Greenwood of Pensacola with a and tackling practice.
of Cor-
Gerald Robertson
ern Bell Accounting club, 18-3, at the Erentwood diamond man, and 352; and Steve Shangula of Key.r Hopes are high that this yeai'spigskin
the Naval
In downing the Southern Bell club, the NAS girls: jumped off pus Christi and Eighth West in the Seventh Naval District !' combo will surpass the

to a 7-(U lead in the first inning with homers by Hermania Rump I! District tied for third place with a 372. ,'I, 1917 eleven which advanced( as fails
Erwin Scott,
and Jenny Peacock pacing the rally The locals got s>.ven more counters (!, with a 322 while The winning 7ND team, made the :semi-finals in All-Navy
in the thud Harm on fIX hits/ ,, -- -- - --- Under the arcs Fri- up of Grego, MacDonald, Scott I! Competition under the coaching-
one a four-bagger by Skip Moser a,d another' in the fourth frame Capital the City locals came from behindto I and Shangula was presented with ,. reigns of Lt Comdr. Clarence

Frau Free led the heavy clubs of with two on. Ruth LaVere chalked I Jay take a12 win over their staler a team trophy by Comdr F J. : 'Tuffy' Thompson. Paced by noess

NAS with a pair of four-masters, :I, up another win without a loss in blue The NAS lassies took Crush, Executive Officer of NAS than five All-Navy stars, the

one in the second. with none on all season I II advantage of three Singles and a I Jacksonville, Grego also received Thompsonites hung up a season
-- -- I the low medalist individual trophy slate of six: wins and one tit
afternoon at the local : miscue to rack up time impotI I
: loss
I tallies Horn Comdr. Brush against only one
Mermen Plant diamond, the NAS a nt :
Jax-Navy Powe. --- ------- --- -- --- -- --
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Depart For Swim WAVES a strong dropped St Petersburg a close contestto nine I''! -FLIERS--- -AND- GREEN COVE MEET TOMORROW IN DECIDING

The visitors. waited out five baseson I
Glenview balls in the fifth frame to score
Meet the pan of winning tallies which AhOF NORTHERN 7TH N.D. BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

broke 1-1 tie, Skip Moser
With a net' nu mbar in tht. u' up a
life local WAVE hurler. gave up 3 to Md-
NARTU who will return
auks, mermen The
fanned eleven iridays tilt saw the :Norfolk Jack Duvall, Flier pitcher, was
: hits to the visitors,
are carrying the Jax-Navy colors son Field once again tomorrow I with the win. He
leap to the fore in the initial credited gave
and walked eight. I I 1600 when they take
to the Swimmingand afternoon at
inning when Ed Zadai of Norfolk up only five scattered hits overthe
Diving Championships took At Brentwood last Saturday : on the Green Cove Springs Bullets hit by a pitched ball, advanced nine-inning route. Eddie BourI -
off Tuesday for NAS Glenview, night, the station team trimmed I I in the final Northern Seventh was fard paced the Flier attack with
to third on a single by
111, where the big meet will be : the Foremost Dairy nine, 10-0 in I Naval District championship Bill Davis, and then crossed the I two safeties in four trips.
Girls Softball loop took the first
held next Wl'dn'sday.and Thursday another City game The locals
plate following an error by Pinky Norfolk 1, Tiler0(
tilt Ruth LaVere was the win tilt of the two-out-of-three series
NAS twirler as she Issued up the Bullets bounce Higgins. Both teams then settled Saturday, the Norfolk squad
Ray Trindade, Billy Clingenpeel, only to see down, playing heads-up ball thejest combined two singles and a stol-
three hits to the losers. At theplatE' back to knot the series last week
Charlie Carroll
were joinedby
of the nine-inning distance en base in the sixth inning and
Fred Priestman, also of NAR Winnie and Marg The winner of tomorrow's meet-
Three times a Norfolk plaYE."rreachf"d then played sterling defensive ball
led the local batters with a pairof will then meet the southern
TU who will swim the back Ing
third base, but spectacular for the rest of the game to top
stroke event at the meet and give bingles each. Seventh Naval District champion, throws from Jacksonville fieldersto the locals 1-0 "Ace" Woolbright
the JaC! tank team a well-balanced In the four week-end games at the Key West nine, to decide the Bill Crane cut off the runs. went all the way for the McCaf-
D, C. the local girl district winner
j the ninth and final freymen: giving up five safeties
the leathernecks The Fliers left the station Tues-
in blue whipped "lady
Three of the NARTU Jax mer- frame. Eddie Bouffard of the but he was overshadowed by Joe
with N C,
9-5, Monday for Camp
on day
Oien have titles to defend next Fliers slashed a single to right, Gorski of Norfolk who allowed
Skip Moser connecting for a grand where they were scheduled to playa
week. Carroll recently topped the drew a base on only two bingles
fifth canto On series with the Marines Pinky Higgins
slam homer two-game
lecord for the 1500 and 800 meter balls, and Gus Gushanas- singledto Gorski set the Fliers down in
LaVere led and Wednesday
Ruth Tuesday
All-Navy events, Clingenpeel Sunday morning, load the bases, But JackJohnson order for four and two-thirds innings -
4-2 decision rilers Heat Norfolk
bettered the 300 meter individual the NAS nine to a Norfolk hurler, fanned John but Jerry Hosaflook broke
out six fourbagger -
Crane's towering
striking Bill
medley mark, and Ray Trindade over the Marines Laddie Vladeff center field with two Blenaman and made Don Duncan the spell by coming through witha
batters to right
total when hecopped opposing I' collected the
stored a 235-point the catcher single. Ralph Zeni
honors for the daywih out and bases! loaded in the ninth pop up
the three meter dive eventat With victory practically in their only other Flier hit in the sixth
the NAS Flier baseball
hits in as tripsto
many inning gave
the Naval Air Training Ath- he to cen-
the Norfolk pitcher weakened i inning when singled
the grasp
the plateDropping nine a 5-1 win over
lt lie Conference championshipshere Hosaflook
in 21 Norfolk Flyers and an even splitin and walked Jerry ter.The
their first I
several weeks ago. game at Norfolk, to force in the tying run. Crane deciding run was scored
starts, the NAS WAVES threw a two-game and blasted a when Jim Corry singled, atola sec
then stepped up
Warren Spahn of the Boston away a 7-0 lead to hand the va, last week. The following day 1-0 fast ball far into the outfield to ond and scored on a one base

Braves once picked eight men off Washington, D. C., WAVES a 1110 they .suffered a .heart-breaking give the locals the victory knock by Bill DavU"age ,
first base in nine games. decision last Saturday at the defeat

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