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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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March 31, 1949


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6-No. 52 31 March 1949

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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville And Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District

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I. Jax Air News Observes Sixth Anniversary- I

I. Station Officials Tender Birthday GreetingsCapt. 'April 1 1st. Marks

Malstrom 6th. AnniversaryOf

{ }{ Jax-Air News
Admiral Durgin a
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Laud Air News +
!S Monumental Data

Heartiest felicitations and 4 Filed By PaperSix
congratulations have been ex

tended to the Jax Air Newson year have gone lysince

its sixth anniversarywhich ; a the first edition of the

it observes Friday 1{ h Jax Air News made its appearance -

R April 1 by Capt. Alvin 'J and although it lias

Malstrom, Naval Air Station I undergone both physical an l
I Comnundingf officer and Hear structural changes, it has

Adm. Calvin '1'. Durgin, Com: steadfastly maintained its basic -

niander, Fleet Air Jackson( function as chief tlisseminator -
vilk of station news and at

Captain :Mnlstioni) forwarded the same time serving as an
the following message, upon the important morale factor.The .
occasion of the sixth annl"11I11'"Annl'E'rsIHYS *' i$> Jax Air News made its firstappearance
are generally occasions 4 t at the Naval An Sta-
when congratulations are f pr tion on April 1, 1943 as an eIght.
due. To us of the Naval Air Stay .. yt. page publication. Replacing a privately -
tlon there ran be none mote deserving : financed newspaper the Jax:
of commendation than the Fiver:, the newly created news organ
sixth anniversary of the Jax Air \ was organized to provide personnel -
I' ws, which Is being celebrated } pjt on duty here at NAS and
this week with an 8-page issue outlying Naval bases with an out
This little paper has maintainedthe let of their own
highest standards of editouai At the time of its inception,
excellence during the difficult Tapt Stanley J. Michael USN
years of the war when it was or F; F was commandant of NAS The [paper -
iginated end up to this piesenti.s.sue. was edited by member of the
At first completely staffed I'ublic Relations staff and prmte1bv
and edited by naval personnel its c the M. G. Lewis Printing Company
first civilian editor will be remembered of Jacksonville, where itstill
as Arthur Greene, who is being printed today A loin -
took over the job following his of IS news reporters, in addi.
discharge from the serviceIn I :Jlf' N) the advisory staff, were
November of last year, An appointed to carry out the task
drew Planey former staff member of producing the first edition.
of the Foil Benmng i 'ija i uwi4,. Since the fist edition, much
"Bayonet" one of the largest Aim\; water has gone over the dam with
base publications, and radio new* the Jax Air News participating in
editor at the Public Information some of the greatest news event.
office there, assumed the editorial 01 the era during the war.
chair vacated by the resignationof Weathers storm
Mr. Greene i can happilv say After' weathering the usual ups
that the WOI k Is being earned on and downs, the Air News pasted
in its traditional I flpll'nlilllIRh its mst milestone and had its first
loft: C1 anniversary Apiil 1. 1914 Captain -
"Throughout its entire existence r Arthur Gavin was Commandant -
the Jax Air News has kept a of NAS at the time, and the
printed mid pictorial record of the paper' was still an eight-pager
activities taking plate aboard the puolished under the direction oi
Naval Air Station. It has published the Public Relations otfiie
the news and found space for .5 During the middle part ot 191ii,
those personal items of Interestto the paper was expanded lo twelve
the station personnel which \,4. pages, with a good portion of l
have given it its intimate flavor } apace devoted to the N 1'1T., thenin
It has also found its own place action here When it celebrated
among- the people of Jacksonville Its second: anniversary, the Jax
who have taken a loyal Interestin An News was serving as an tJI.
its publication as they havein gan for not only the Navalir
the station Itself. | Station and NATTC. but also the
"All in all a high calibre of Naval Hospital, Lee Field at Jitsen
news presentation has characterized 'rove Springs, Cecil Field May
the Jax Air News through i i port, Municipal No. 1 and the
the years. Our heartiest congratulations ''Junnery: Range at Yellow' Water
are extended to the staff : :1 Early in 1916 the paper was reduced
who put in many long hours of : once mote to an eight-page
labor to make the paper what it paper with the demobilization i>l
is to the publication which has leveral activities at NAS. Wherr"he
meant so much to all of us. Our Air News observed! Us third
sincerest wishes for a long life" anniversary, April 1, Irtl6. Capl
In Anthony R. Brady was Commanding
congratulating the Jax Air ? kIlt
News upon its sixth birthday. Admiral Officer and Lt. < jgi I Eugene
{ Durgin offered his message Speight, Public Information otrt
: ,\ NKUS: : STAIT:-:Maintaining its ruling as one nt the host station newspapers in the \iivy cer was officer in charge ot Ito
'Congratulations to the Jax Au the Jax Air News celebrates It. slxlli birthday thisweek.. Caught In conference at the cup the stuff paper's staff of six enlisted inea
News staff on the occasion of the Inc hale-u, left to right, Chester l'aaehangA ; Andrew II. I'laney, editor; Dun lanu ui.i!, AIM I I : and Ray and women.
Jax Air fews sixth anniversary. ,Aclkln, S.N. rrom desk to shop, editor 1'laney, right, middle photo, )get: together with coin- Cut In :SiteShortly ;
"Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville : |p0lnq: room foreman Krnory: Marlin In iitting together mi edition of the Airewa at the M (>, 1 after celebrating its
Is confident that the Jax I.evxU Printing Conipuny. K\: >n after the paper It printed, there I k still the mailing list to take euro fourth anniversary, Arthur M
Air !News will continue to cover of, an the stuff goes to work on It In bottom phut o. I Greene was installed as acting editor
naval and station events In the -. over a Jax Air News staff ot
outstanding manner which we I seven men. Catain Brady still
have come to expect in our week- I I commanded the Air Station but
Six Years With HAS
, ly station p.iper" I the Seventh Naval District Headquarters -
( under
1913 to 1019. Six years have gone by assistance we have received the past year. command of Rear
now since tire Jax Air News first nude .1.1 Cooperation is the keynote of efficiency\ Adm, Ralph Davison, wa: now in
Swimming Pools appearance at the Naval Air Station In and efficiency rs the stepping stone to I action here.
war and in peace, the Jax Air News, station success. At the time of its fifth anniversary
Open Tomorrow piper, has !been the chronicler of events the Jax Air News was faced
of interest. at Naval Air Station: Jackson! This paper' is your paper It belongs to with one of the hardest problems
: Lcdr Donald L. Jacka. NAS Physical ville. In its six years, the Air News has the personnel of the Naval Air Station. since It:* inception The fifth anniversary
J' Training Officer, announced (played an important role in maintaining The staff devotes its time and effort Intrying edition was also virtually -
a .." yi early this week that the M.un.sidc I morale aboard the station. to make it as appealing as possibleto i farewell edition of the stuff
a swimming pool, located behind the The staff of the Air News, which uriiler- the personnel aboard the station. El at that time, with most of thrf
-l, Ship's Service Building !and tha Rues rigors; not comprehended, and many torts are being made daily to bring a readable men separated from Navy life
Chiefs pool will be open for use times completely unknown to the Uyinait, and entertaining newspaper to per Arthur Greene was acting editor
) beginning:: Friday. has litany people tt j thanK for its success. sonnel. Continued cooperation is asked ot with the paper being published tin*
The pool will be open from Tt these persons, we wish to convey in return all hands in making the next year even Jar the Physical Training: and Rec.
1000.2100 weekdays and Saturdays our sincere appreciation for ill the more successful than those of the past. reation department.
: and 1200-2100 Sundays. (Continued on Page 'L JI


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I Pace Two JAX AIR NEWS 31 March 1949Jax

Air News : Weekend

Editorial Of Hers ...

South Ming, Lower Deck

UUIg 930 f Notes

Telephone F\ten..lon-8184 from

Andrew II. Plane ilitur:

!>IO. UftBtit, AIM, ( bet 1'asehxng\! .
taft \\'ritulO I

The AX I AIR NEWS li pub'tI'i : WflRTUCf :
weekly' at the I'. b Naval All Ma
lion Jackstnvllle' Florida, and print
til commercially with non-appiopi" uiu j
fund 1.1 no expense to the ,fcovomment r '- -
end in compliance with SecNav Circular l (.-li'l C'L2; / will have Eaget when it comes to gunnery
Lrllci 4V1018 dated 12: December U4o: lo wait until next drill period to hops. It must be said that the
Copes are dlstilbuted tree of chaise is really showingtop
bthe All Station the NatalMr official y welcome! a onrd our new Sunday group
SI'a Training Unit,' Naval Aux I skipper: Comdr, "* .' w ard a. form in this field. One pilot

I liar v Air Station. Cecil Held, and the Gwathmev, USNR. The comman- recently scored 40 per cent hits,
U S. Naval Hospital. a Corsair pilot at hatMsh: ( we who hails from Clermont,
Florida has not repotted aboardin could get': some competition from
The IAX AIR NL\\ Is a .nrnb ol I I the Saturday group), ( Ed's note:
the Ships Editorial AsMKlatU lIr.d! an official capacity yet,
the Armed tones Press so I>'Ice Re has been with us for the last two Members of the Saturday group

I1 1 eduction of material torn these drill periods as ar observer.Reports say that their answer will be
euixe must hear a cl't'dlline, Repub seen on the count of hits on
by received to date on
Oration cf other matter except
their next sleeve, t tVV
service publication Is prohibited lth
Rear Adm Whitt'head's inspection -
cut reimtsslcn of Editor JAX AIR A Poley. AMbl of 1170
Mar. 3 all favorable The'
NEW s are Cumberland toad is the prowl
attendance of officers was
",..._ .. i>> "" :_ .. _. very father of a son \\alter Arthur
arrlsn: Ht'-OlIEN1'l'D-lA'dr.: A, !S, Zoeib, I'SM{, right, on high. Enlisted men s attendancewas Jr. born March 2 L St Luke's

I two vvek' active dulv at the Naval Air station' f'onf..rlllth ,A, O. somewhat lower, but still : hospital! Both mother and son Rae

Hospital Anderson, Industrial Relations officer, on changes In Nat >' procedure very good. The air group's percentage doing fine. L dr. Donald E

since hU return to I Inaitlvi "hrr\lie, In 1946 Znt'rb IN", lit of attendance was m YNorchestei of Gainesville! who

present manager
Chatter hii: >.tman (orponttlon, Klngsjxirt, T 'mi, officers, 60 per cent n1t'nt'F.52L: CVLG.52 for the past year and
68 cent
100 cent officers
per per a half, has been detached' 'lej-
men: VAL,, 95 per cent officer -
other duties forced him
sure of

here Sonic already I't the know"old timers how SIN around GO that is I Commercial Bulletin I 'squadron s, 64 officer per cent and men.chief petty Each I see to drop him out leave We. are' Especially all !sorry because to-

played. and thats the game officeris requested" to contact all
is going: to be played in the Ret Bulletins III be accepted only until space Is tille:*!, 'all e\t 8JSO. the men who have been absent of his ability to get: the

ie-Htun Hall Thursday night. FOR "Alh; Will c"nil I 111'1 taking child fall 2. from drill! and tit'je them to( attend! I checks! out on the'lineThrough efforts, of Comdr.
March :-U. No, it is not a singing' .: Btibv. stuii' Ilkt in'v SH O \, blV: Low I r Each member of the Naval AitReserve '
jait\ but there I Is music Inolv. !." rest! 1414 Cllmb'lIl1nd+ Road II, 1'\\I ".,oin apartment In H i iilviU' to L. P lohnson and Lt rjg) AR,
BINGOIts t M 60Flveplete home hlldien weienme, Shrine is requested Thompson and his wife. who is
td. and also the game of dining ras>m ulte $60 and Iltnllt'ld.I: I"i88 status of his N S L Insurance of the Bench
fun: everyone can join a studio! much. $20: ) Chief \\'hllcevt Three looms iind liiih furnished lUh\ prior to the nnnal training: cruise assistant manager;:
Ph. theater, a jet cllt-a WRY engine
in 611.Foulpiece InK pilvlleven with H.ntnicnl| ,
this It takes little to
blonde rink bedroom" suite Sates at 2.092. summer very. will be on display there during
Another Veterans Camp Show allre8HC'I. und other fuinlUiehanlev Trailer: space| at $12 111'1'i munch Mid re-instate a policy that has been the showing of the movie fight

i* scheduled\ for March SOth. The f'733.. 01 13I4B Randolph i 1 in "1 11I11t'S. grind) fl.hlnk. Rlveivlevv "- allowed to lapse. Pilots are reminded er Squadron1 on April 1 and 2.
mile south
M fiallei Puik 12
show will play the wards in the 0 1:1:8inOI01': !.mmodel 7.9 hp. i of NAS on HlfchvvHv. r See \'. 11 that April drill dates are Also many pictures of men arid
afternoons and then the players I Ir'1 Champion. Low oinutlnK/ tlmr Ball combined Please check jour drill planes from our squadron of

form in the auditorium that i good rondlllon llllenian e\t 47i Large wtliaiUve mm and pi it ate schedule "Weekend'arr'iors". will be on
lets! Buick cnnveilllile In eviellertcondition bath In pilvuu home In Muttav The is from
following a
night The last'eterans' Camp Cell for $roo Gulf, e"l.l 11111 sector $10 J'f'I'I I''k. Tunis 11It1"- messege exhibit Just bv coincidence members
Show to play at the Hospital i 492! dUllnlol'klnJr/ hounNevl I til Ion to NAs vrfllable Shone Mir' the president of the enlistee mt'n'p !' of the: NAKTU< recruiting
WitS the "Broadway Hillbillies" \' pointed kitchen tall end'chairs. Pierce. at 8.2527. club ((1) Nat tu enlisted men's team will also be in evrdeme
I $\0 VAhlle, 1U7A HKmn: Downtown housekeeping roams and club is to all members of the
the next open
The title of pE'rform- VA-12:
The following( men in :
I Ave. Dewey Paik ; upM veivthlnK uintshed $7 M) '
ante has not been received as jet Apartment sue washing I nnchlnt Cinderella and up per week link Apti. 754 organized and vourteer air reserve advanced in rate from SR to AA
Gut whatever it nay be, It's al.1 ; VHruum type. e;swig condltlon : \\'. Adams, Phone 4.1R.'i5.! both Naval and Mal ines J. G. Anderson, E. Berthe, H. H.
good for an evenings entertainment $\lioti.. Rab 2.74WPIvMiod i \\lll share bungalow alit couple, neat and their dependents ,i2: > Hours!! L.Har'f
H .
ways boat. light enough NAS. Phone Tlllln 2-1\97. Bush ,Jr. D B F\\olent,
listed follows with the
i to transport on taller Pet'feet Tao bedroom furnished house $65 per i are as exception )'. Ji I'", B AHelven! ton,
to condition Bettle Mach, !'Mp414:1': month at Change Park. Third house \Nednesda'.' when the B. A. Hernandez U, H, King;
\\e want to bid bonojage during working hours, 01 phone 6- from! tiafflc light on ninth side of club is closed r >r field day
of the Red Cross Social' Wl. 17. A, N leonard, E C. Reed, C L.
one : KlnK ]leBhd east of Illshvuiv Lounge 1300.2300 daily: : snack
workers, Miss Ann Hewers Sheit Two Marine offlrem green unicornspractically hone Bishop ext: 61 at Cecil Field. Sparkman, and R S 1'olfe.Anniversary ,
new !Size : resigning in favor of a permanent : Alexander, 8-22115. I convenient to :NAs Fagei: daily. '13)) The working uniform

position in matrimonv Miss German shepherd pvip trKlsteied ten, 2609 Iroquois Ave \ UtmgareeH) or any part thereof
Flowers wIll be married to Dr, I AKC bred fiom champion ilockvtevens I
I ext 662. II tl.I' will not be permitted in the club.
Jotter Price, who is now practicing R E. automat 1 "a hel', year old Jobs wanted as baby flltei AvnllahleHi ((4)) It is requested! that the commanding (('ulil hllll..1 from Page 1)
in Charlotte, N, C. The used nine months \\lll sell for $ise3. all timed .landon, hone 2iTO. officers of all !squad 1 : Lark of sufficient funds forceda
wedding date is April 30th and I Vogel: 1111 Allegheny Road, NAS. LOST-Plain gold wedding/ bund Inut! welfare and rec drastic cut of the Air Nets s to
ions appoint a
will be Thomasville, Ga, Miss Small utllltv' rnblnet, \\ hll-, joire 1 March :23td In vlclnltv of Barracks,
in W!>.SO. New', 8 months old I N. If found please tall Pot>telv\alt I leation committee for 1 presenta four pages in the middle of July
Flc.el'I' home Congratulation \\WI'I'I for $25. Cull Madden, ext HI ext 500. Liberal ifvmnt ,I tlon and planning: J, C. Knign 1018 Although its size was cut

and l.t'"t'ISheIC to Miss Flower 420. Riders wanted-Dtpendnble tide In a ton, president, NARTU enlisted and its staff gradually diminishedthe
1'tt" Hai1e>.Davidson. In enndi-I nl'wII' from \ \t'lnlof Hve Pulntsi
Ensign; Elsa Griswold nurse onWard lion Call ude, 2.1 2t.\11 : On NAS route jttetei'abtHours.. men's club. station paper continued to
A-6 at present, is in line Hand.v'Hot ap/l1'1 mE'ntCl5ht'l'. $:..21.1.I I 0"41 to 0410 Phone 7.54(4. Roger I a.5'anledOne I "When the weather Is clear function with zest
lot congratulations and best wishes BldK/ Six), DeHflllv, Alt 9, Fxt: \ rider fiom vklnIK! of NARTU planes take to the blue With its depleted staff, the Air
8322: I iHik and King/ out Pink Si. to
Miss Gnswold was married on 19-10 onllar 6 tudor deluxe sedan with NAS Houn between 08Xi! to 1640Shlilrv : enmassee That was the situation News has continued to bung

Murih 12 to Lt t ijg) William HHipf radio and healer. nod motor and .. exl 446 01 447nntert last Sunday Gunnery, bombingand events of interest to the personnel -
\. In Chula Vista Calif. Lt. I tlin Excellent buy at $545. Mlt \\' --\\ruld like to rent a two 01 nay hops were pushed to the I of the Naval Air Station Its.
hum 1WU: M t.. NAS. three Have '
Randolph loom apmtment one
Fdfjrev is attached to the Naval I ." ', Jimit This certainly proves that editor now is Andrew H. Planer,
1441 Oldsmobile convpitlbl In excellent child Phone Shirley at 416 01 J !I HIx >. I
Air station t at Chula Vista, 1 onditlon Call Marshall at I-xt I-P\l11' of blue pants between Barracks we have a fast working outfitGive who replaced Arthur Greene lat
0 8233 before 1700. I N and Laundl'J3ll1nl'h.. Finder them a blue sky and they November. assisted bv Dan lamiz-

Remington typewriter and auto grease J.It'IISI' contact Diumiltht: B T. really fill it with pUnes zi, API, Chester Past'hang, AA,
gun. (all Rogem, 2'811. 1 M ext 654
INSIDE Three 6\t5! ) Hies Call Bill Crane, i Everyone seems to be Johnn>' and Ray Adkins, SN.JaxNAS ,
LU *93Thipf -- ---- -
.pleie maple living roost tulle.
PUBLIC WORKS j Ivio end tables' all In good tondl
lion. \\lll take $tOO for 1ft Cal:
Ta 7.' I I I IUA'I
lor >Sl'1.: Bus Schedule
Wtelelmg bells will|! soon ring out lJ.16 Hudson ;door sedan In good

lot Klewnotoineldurl of Hous- million, Will sell for $")V>. toll
mg She and Johnny talker will' MI'I. Dailuk, 2.4..8. ,

take the final vows on May' 14, SI\.funt Colds put iefil>!Fialoi In good, i 1.tA nSC JA'K condition, $UK), Also KIII'/\.t.1I/ Iwnv '
with the wedding to take place in heel IUKKUKP tralleiM: *>, Cull I
the Franklin Street B",ptist Church i i Benext. ",*4IOK .

Dub and Mary I-aglie must\! I fur'nlshed KIMThieeiiom ; bunCt.louili.' I IItlrn \\...... I"alllrday !Fnnda530AM !Siturday' :OlInclllYfj
still be '
showing the glow Mr
fuinl>hed, Jt>:\ per month Call
Deckrell returned to work Monday : Rjdlons, Orange" Pink ItElO.Furnished I
S30AM 610AM 10 AM 6 15 AM 6 45 AM
after a weeks visit! to Key We/lt' tour -t taint apartment with ,
bath Cull thing ut ;20 1Rxm 5 5j C1\ () 6 50 6 36 6 50 j :10
and other of southern o'lol-
parts .
with adjoining hiith and kltihenp 06 10 7 0I j 20 6 50 7 40 I l(10
Ida While he was gone, he got: in Iv Ipiten Bloik off Rouser oil Ihmmmmrm
6 2/\/ '730 $15 -$15 $55/
H little deep sea fishing Says hehad
6 35 f. 20 fI 3/\/ .7 30 ti (1.(1 20 35
a grand trip.
6 45 I' (00 11 (t1j 'l15 P45 JJ45

Its reported that MI'. Dockiell ('(1 II 41 J2 30 PM 910 103(1 1 15

Mod Hulledge were chased bv two j 1r. 3U 30 1 15j 10 10 11 15 210

women on their way to work Monday 30 11 15 2 15 1110 120lN 310

mcrnmg, ( We wonder if that Al tb* SlttUi Chapr't ltirmlakain f. 1/\/ 12'ON 315ft 12 10 PM 32 45 4 10 .

Men is straight i From Tian Rd sad .ul. ",.... 15 12 45 4 15 1(41) 13(1 51(1

"Citation Jennie Kopec tells us 1'.I.'I.a I 30 15 1 30 5 (t 0, 1 4:1 2 15 F 00 i

Louise Bragg was in town over (/:* Sunday School 11 15 2 15 6 ('0 2 30 3'S: 645

the week-end and is )Joe.king fine 1045- -GenemlVouhlp Strike. Chaplain : 12 11\: PM 3'O. 64(1I 3 2V 3 4:1 730:
Fmncli I L Albert.CsS.ll.
Louise formerly worked in liana 00 3 45 7 30 ClAn

Imitation and Is now in the OOUO-Mas* vi 4\: 4 :30 to 30<<1 3 I 50 434u $15

\\'A\'E8. stationed in Charleston! 1100-Md 2 30 0 r- 15 0 10 (1(1 3 :14 5l5 1.15
0700 Cecil Field
S. C. Transportation welcomed Chaplain- S. A Itching will ot da.. 3 )0 f (4), ](1 45 4 07 -6 (>4. ](140

ft new employee recentlyJenni. at' both maUN -3 30 7 30 1) 30 4 18 F 45 17 25
>r Vance, who rs working in the .5. -4 (Ij t3(1 12 W .AM -4 30 $15 12 20

Material Section Ensign B. H, dren An la outdoor maintained Nursery between for mall OJJO "nil and 4 20 HI CII 1 30 0440 $15 1 15

Miles, Transportation Superintendent 1JCK). 4 35 1t45 4(41) 500'I ) 10 40 2 15

went fishing over the weekend O 5 CI\: IIiCJ 5 20 11 25 4 40
to Black Creek and ('lime' (ward A1)I' 5 :35: 12I(I .A)4 or45 322(1( AM

home' loaded with fish that iM t1(1\ 1 iCI 41.15\ 1 15
luex-Divine Worship! Chaplain f.
4145 t wj 650 215
\\t understand that Tom Cowan D. Hewitt, Jr.STATION,
30 7:3': 4 40
cf "" 'Warehouse got a' -- --
little worried in his return planeflip BANK f. 3(1 f15

from Glvnco, O 11.. Friday I 10 I (Ijl(1 If 15

Jt', reported that several of the Hours 45 1(1 4(1

nm from. FurnitureAareheiihf I 11 30 11 25

went, fishing over the wetknd 1I00.1 O"-'loueill"l rough 1230 .AM 12 20 .AM

tut d,dnt have much luck The Thursday ] 30 I 15

only kind of fish that D. L. Rrgtrr 1100-170O Frld y 4 OU 2 15
I 1000-1200-Saturday 4 40Op'eratt's
aught, was the I

Maintenance and Design and o -O1'elates though Ortega.Outtourid '- through Ortega.Uhves .

Engineering' divisions are Keeping Existing on a er\iceman PRY v \'ja'ttlt'fja ct.I)1. O"'H Overhaul k Repair Blelj.

jiMi\ well to themselves these I la a constant: struggle to keep'",
JUt I E(1'iiKNS; ; Oil in: A llM f'\t'lt Uijc will)) >. 'J.t-IIt..J R (t'RESS tc King Stre tI .
"ffVF Nc. news'! No news funth earning eapaeity tn en even I
Fur Pox .ilt.r. 1 with rnrif' "'np capacity!

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31 March 1949 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

The huge plant of the NASShip's 'Foe ./ QtRq .,t Y Iwo ui
Outstanding Toil I Service Laundry, built 1 j
11 during the war, take In ail 1 +
I average of 35,000! pound of j I

I Depicted In Tour work monthly. I j

_'W'\O.I' ;. ___.J!

Of Laundry Here ,
.! (\) tSMnq,6

! When old Sol smiles on FloridaIn :

) the spring time, Bill Starling,
manager of the Naval Air Station ,
1 Ship's Service Laundry only I II N '
I Y'K V.
, frowns, because there is nothing Ii
'j romantic about a baking tropical i ,.. .,_lI
1 sun In the pKint where the wearing ) In the markingroom, liNt
! of the hot weather whites .step the clothes) take, sortingand
means hundreds of extra poundsof 4. marking I 1'4 Wing done byKose
:: clothes to wash weekly. 1-A; : { Di.Magglo.: Elsie; Dana and
The time of the year when sail E\L Kose Lee KiHiardsoit.Ava .
,': ors stowaway their warm blues
and don their cooler] whites is
f the rush season when the /average
laundry! bundle\ dumped into the
r bin jumps In weight from 8'2 to
) 12'2 pounds.
During the .var years the
, monthly laundry load mounted to
1. a staggering total of 400,000 d J
pounds. Today, approximately
1 35,000 pounds passes through the
I rashers each month. The Ships
at Service laundry/ handles work t
'J' from Malnside, Cecil Field, and
Green Cove Springs.

i \' To the ordinary layman there
appears to be just the problem of
I j' bringing in the clothes and theni
lling for them a few days later
I but after a tour of the laundry.

one finds that there is more to nn n______ nW,
the operation of a laundry than From water used at 'i{ :Schafer left ,
special-soaped ... << and Louise
j Just throwing a batch of clothesIn the Snip' Service Laundry William White, right, handle the Lost
the water. (:Cullhan SIS', remove wet wash prior to .",' claim and bookkeeping at the
First of all the bundles, arteryou've sending It through the drier. .0# laundry Manager Bill Starling
dumped them in the bin, standing, lenda JianJ.Jn .
are collected in lots of 30. The
group of bundles are separatedby i.
colors, then placed in the modern .
washing machines where
they are cleaned in a special soap
ed water. Flat work, such as
sheets, pillow cases, socks and
underwear are put in driers and
tumblers in order to return them
to normal size. Uniforms and
shirts go to the pressing depart
ment. The finished 30 bundles

emerge cleaned and pressed, but
the work is not completed yet
The clothes and bundles are as
1 sorted so that each man gels
back hid own belongings. After
N all this, the bundle is wrapped
weighed, price-tagged and dispatched
to distributing points.
Minor repair work, such as sew- ....... .- ----, -'.... a '" 9."1 WSi
one of the distributing
ing on buttons and patching, 1011'
also done on uniforms and clothesat branches, Mettle Taylor left, Charlotte Simmons, one of the s-ral
the laundry. check* In laundry of ArnoldXesset pressers. puts the finishing touches on a
A record :Is. kept of all bundles! renterUille Chief shirt before bundling; it off for the customer -
that are checked in the bins and Thomas McDonald check out .
all that are sent out to distrib- his clothing.

ution points, thus enabling the
laundry to answer lost claims, according Quality And Service Featured At Ship's Service Laundry

to Stalling.The .
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laundry has Its headaches 1st Sgt.: "You look sort of down Lady of the house: "I saw the Suitor (kidding little sister):l
too. A tour of the plant will soon 19.Mile Altitude Predicted '
my boy. What's the deal? milkman kiss you this morning "I'll give you a dime for a kiss."
convince 'I
rings continually any visitor. The phone Company Clerk : "I'm thinking Jane I'll take the milk in myself By Newest Navy Balloon Little Sister: "Heck, I can makd
mostly requests "
about my future. after this more than that taking cantor oil.
I for
favors Personnel I
, storm in 1st Sgt : "What makes it seemso Jane: "It won't do you any good High-altitude plastic balloons -
frequently wanting to know where
hopeless Ma'am. He promised to be true
launched from the
their launry Is. An officer asks are being air-
if it would be too much trouble to I Company Clerk "My past. to me. craft carrier USS Saipan ( CVL 41)

have all the starch left out of his in Caribbean waters as part of a
clothes Then there is always the F; cosmic ray research project spon
fellow who hands in a couple of sored by the Office of Naval R.I,
bundles which he thinks deserve search. j II
" priority. | The 100-foot single-cell balloons
I The Ship's Service laundry tries'' t a are expected to approach altitudes j
to operate on a first-come, flrst- of 100,000 feet-or 19 miles j I e
served basis, but a lot of fellows which is beyond the range of air
till Insist on wanting to put planes. When fully inflated they ,
their clothes through first Starling : have a diameter of 70 feet. They
remarked. Another factor 4.1 : can carry up to 70 pounds of research
that slows down the laundry some : equipment. In these flights
time is the illegible handwritingand emulsion plates will be used to i
errors in marking laundry record the cosmic radiation in the

slips. But despite all this, work upper atmosphere. ]I
goes on unceasingly, and the final Polyethylene strips on -thoult.
,I result is a job well done, sd andth of an inch thick, are used
.. '.1> construct the special balloon.s.
They are welded and taped together j
Experts Fooled into the final unit. | **. l."- t '* home on leave from
h The two-il.iy conference of 25 Instruments carried aloft record the N",."
Air Force weather experts had eat per'atures, pressures, cosmic )I -- -. -----
ended at Scott Air Force Base, ray intensities, solar radiations and i the balloons.
III., and the men were ready to -4 1 a > other physical phenomena of the Radar and naval pianos track
return home. ', high: altitudes. The waterproof instruments j the balloon after being launched.If .
But they> found themselves marooned are fitted with flota- weather conditions permit, recovery
by a snowstorm none of I lion gear to permit their recovery j is made by helicopters:
the experts ha,1 l forecast.tAh'; :' kk't at" torn the water after release by an I Iui'omatic otherwise small boats are employ.[
PSr. mechanism which rips i ...1. (SEA I i.
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Here's JL Hot One nFT -

Deciding to do something: about : /0
I o 0 00 j
the debris I left by a $27,000 fire : 'I'/
two eeks earlier, a construction I
company employee of Lynn,
Mass., began it I
heaping upon a
bonfire. The flumes, whipped out MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
of control by the wind ignited a ; '
M.le. W..lay.-17JO: and 2000; w..k-.ntlIIS0 and ;20-H.
company garage which was do
atroyed with a loss of JSODO.( r.Z dt t1 2
(SEA). with Tim Holt and Richard Martin.KKIDAY .

I "COVER UP," starring William Bendix and Dennis O'Keefe.
Folding Piano I S'1'UltUANU SUNDAY

There's a new folding piano on I "MY DREAM IS YOURS," featuring that laughable combination[
o the market. It was designed for Jack Carson and Dennis Day.

moving and hospital use .
.. purposes -r :;: ,,"' .'W ;{- MONDAY
E .. While the new piano unfolds into "JIG-SAW" with Franchot Tone and beautiful Jean WaUIlCe.
an upright it was not disclosed ALL THIS, AM) A CAPTION TOO-If you ever get M far *4 TUESDAY AW WEDNESDAY
whether the folds, ate accordion the caption, she.'* Jeff )Donnell five fet MK, 118 pound, and RIO "KNOCK ON MY DOOR." starring: tough boy Humphrey Bo
like or not.-AFPS), starlet She', presently appearing In RKO-Radio' "Roughshod" gut and Janine Derek, '

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Six Station Men College Glee 'Club

To Present Show
Garner Awards
,, I The Jacksonville Junior College]

.' 'Glee Club will be featured in a
For Long TourNearly e I program: of special selections at
the Easter luncheon' meeting oC 0

a century elt |P''KI-IIJ?> 4 the Officers'ii'es April 6, at IWO: Club at the Wednesday Officers t)

was represented at the An ; : : : Club. "

Station"lIrt. Alvin Monday I. Malstrom afternoon when:\ AS tT i.j.L ) 'club Composed is directed\ of 42 by voices C the Edward glee

Bryan, who is also choir directorand
commanding officer, presented reitificales ; organist of the Riverside Bap.

\ and service pins tc Kea, List Church. Gay Anderson will

civilian employees whose Sri u accompany at the piano.
Guest speaker for the occasionwill
mutated service with the NH\ \
be the honorable Burton
totaled M 3'E'IHS.Throdore > Barrs, judge of the Civil Couit of.
Fritch, Jr., of the Ad. Record of Duval County and
ntimstrative depaitment, and Phil member of the board of trusteesof
rIp D. Myers, of Supply and Fiscal % the college. Dr. Garth H. Ak-
department were cited for :2.r ridge president of the school, is
years service earh. !Next in set' vice expected to be among the distin.
was Earnest D. McLaughlin guished guests.
Supply] and Fiscal, with 1ft year Reservations for the luncheon
continuous service. may be made by calling extension
William O. Kincald. and Henrx 8154. Wiv a of active! inactive,
P. Master-son, of the Adm1l1u'tra'- I ietired or reserve' officers of the
live department and Woodley armed forces of this 111'1"11l1'0
Pierce, Supply and Fiscal rlcpaiiment. I eligible for membership in the Of- 0
were rewarded for their 10 ; gat Ulcers Wives club, and are cordially -
years naval service. Kiip 1 invited to attend the April
The six station employees] were !meeting
presented their awards m H Were .
monv in the confeience room of '
the Administrative building, won First Class Luxury

Captain Malstrom officiating: In : And It Was 1111 His
attendance weie Capt. H. F Gin
grub, Supply] Officer: Comdr K Railway] officials learned someone -
J Brush, Executive Otficer. Lctli made a trip from Kent. Ohio,

C. G. Strum, Administrative Officer S' to San Francisco on a new bin
:and A. O. Anderson Industrial .+; ai and didn't pay his fare.
RelatIOns officer.Breezing i The bus was on a flat car for

shipment. The non-paying passenger :
converted rear seats in
the bus for a bed and took his
AroundO fF meals aboard with him. -c( AFPS).

& RA'F.ssoltll NAKTU CLl'IJ OI'I'SS-ln ceremonious fashion, t'apt. l"rcderie1'. I'rieNtnian. NAKTU; commanding
officer, cut the ribbon held by Chief K"f"ffPf' llarrcll and "t1'etkendt111ie' \ ," the unit' mechanical Split Impulse
robot-mascot, during the official opening!: of the new NAKTl'enlisted MICH'S club. In lop
; : VISION' Obeying an impulse expeiiencedby
photo left to right are Chlwf Itarrell, Mrs C. T. Durgtn, Hear A dm. C. T. IMirgln, Commander. Fleet
4142 There has been quite a I lot> more than a few motorists *
.lacksomllle: Mrs.' 1.. J. Brush, Comdr. I"'. J,, NAS executive officer; !Mary Sue 1'ric..hnan, driver Buffalo N. Y. who
going on in this division latelyLots in waswaiting
Captain Prlentman, Mrs F. W, I'rie.tman\ Lt, Put Murphy, and "Weekend Willie." Itelow, the cam.erxman at fora
of excitement and stuff in wearily a crossing
cat<'lies H few of the "ArM nlghlers" at the opening of the cirri
nl) Betty Henderson was out due ('rllwlingfr't'ight to pass, climbed
to illness last week but has returned out of his car, uncoupled the
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and is feeling much better t train, and calmly drove throughthe
Chief Carton came in to Free Dance SaturdayDance I'pht.--i SEA )1.Recruiting 1.
show us a beautiful little jewel 1 NARTU Celebrates OpeningOf ,
box in the shape of a p'nno.. We every Saturday night a'
Sergeant : sure
didn't need three guesses to discover the Hospitality' Centei. 236 West ,
New Enlisted Men's Club like to stop off for that drink,
its future owner. It's pretty Church Street. Starts at 2000 un- Bill, but I have to go home and
isn't ?
it. Amelia "
til 2330. Free all servicemen cordially explain to my wife.
We are going to miss "MII"c lea"McGuire. !Naval Air H. n "' .-1". Bill : "Explain what ?"
were publicly congratulated bv invited to attend.
He's ]leaving us to go Unit's new enlisted men's club : R. S.: "How do I know ? I'm
tack to his old plofE',, i(1n. That Captain Priestman. Admiral Dm- -- "
built by the enlisted men of the not home yet.
C'f' jockey. Right now he's struggling :- local unit for the enjoyment of all gin in his talk said. "When I
take off three unwanted! Bonus
hands of NARTU and its IIIIIIoC'iatE'cIIIqlladl'ons. first saw this wonderful dub .1 PaymentsFor The night: I and K Class was on
pounds. Best of luck "Muscles.
recently celebrated its was suipnsed. But after thinkingit the subject of 1t'lath.ity."Whf'n .
from all of us. John Barry's
official opening. Indiana VetsThe drill in the hot
you sun
complaint lately has been that the oer. I'm not surprised, everything
Rear Adm. Calvin T. Duigin. for three minutes." defined one
lays aren't just long enough. He'steen that NARTU ioes. it does
Commander. Fleet Air Jacksonville ( state of Indiana has paMi- bright i student, "it seems more
in his and
working garden and Capt. Frederic W.' Priest well, and this is no exception." ed the World War H Veterans' like three hours. But when you
round his yard latt'land sometimes
thE're'IS more work than man commanding officer of NAR Commander Brush. NAS executive Bonus Law but no bonus payments sit' with your girl: for three hours,
time. TU participated in the ribbon- officer, repiesenting Capt. A. will be made until the it seems more like three minutes

From 4354 Earl Jones is leaving cutting ceremony, to officially open. I. Malstrom. NAS commanding of- \\'orld'at' II Bonus Fund has accumulated ? .that's relatMty"
the club. Comdr. Frederic J. fiver also delivered a short congratulatory sufficient money to
to Gunr.ery
rejoin the8'Y as
Warrant Officer. He hopes tote Brush, NAS executive officer was ( speech. make all payments, it was I learned Howard: "Me get married ? No,
also hand the this week. It is estimated that
stationed at Floyd Bennett on during opening I sir, marriage makes me think ofa
ceremonies.The this will take approximately five "
Field in New York. His order cafeteria at noontime.
came through early and he had to idea for the club had its II Town YWCA Club year. or better. James: "How IIO ?"

check out in a hurry. Good luck beginning as a result of a conversation I The new Indiana bonus law pio- Howard: "You\ just grab some
from e'eryoneit was nice having between Captain Priestmanand Holds Spring FormalThe vides payment of bonus to World thing that looks nice and you pay
War II veterans who resided in for it later."
you around. We understand Chief Bruce Schultz. A committee
lAm Royal's wife is home convalescing was appointed under the YWCA Business Girls' Clubof Indiana six months prior to induction
from being! hospitalizedlecently. guidance of Lt. Pat Murphy. NA Jacksonville, will hold its annual served a minimum of PO days The old sailor retired, bought
We hope she's feelingfine RTU welfare officer and the plan- spring formal dance Satin- and who received honorable discharge that little place in the country,
by now. ning of the club got underway.The day. April 2, at the Riverside Wo- or sepaiation from the ai.d went to see his friend Charlie

From 4116- Hydraulics leports original committee, in addition I,I men's Club.A service. about buying a cow
quite) a bit of news this week. to Lt. Murphy and Chief floor show will start off the Payments will be made at the "Does she give a lot of milk,
Keep it up we'd like to know Schultz included, Ralph Robinson ) evening's festivities' followed by rate of $10 per month for domes. Charlie ?"
more about you folks M. P. ADI: Jack Pia, AD2: Wallace dancing from 2100 until 0100 to tic service and $15: per month for "No. I can't honestly say she
Smith now believes in the old adage Hanlon YN2; Sgt. Frank Sax- the music of Pete Hall's nice- foreign service. 1.11 veterans with gives a lot of milk, but she's a
of "a stitch in time ". He on of Marine Air detachment; and piece orchestra, Refreshments will 10 per cent disability will receive '> kind, good natured old cow, and
had a near catastrophe when Chief Keefee Harrell. be served throughout the evening. payment of $100 in addition to I can tell you if she's got any milk,
teaching for some gun charger' The club is situated in building Admission is $1.00 per person. other payments.; she'll give it to you."
the other day C C. Riddle who 801 topside above the administration -- ---- -- - -
got his private license the other offices. Work on the club .
,S'a.'r i-t
day, says he plans to study parking was started in December of last

behind clouds next Garrett year, with many hours spent in r 1 ...
altered those dog house plain beautifying the rooms. The original .Tk
e got recently. Seems his version plans for the club were drawn Jw
< lolled for a larger door. Much by Don Wiggins, ADI, who also
larger! completed all the lettering on the

Martin, why dn't'ou. check walls, decorative paintings', and
with those' girls on grounding designed) the cork and sheet metal

currents, the next time that Stuclet palm trees that appear to be grow .
fails t' operate Lambie ing out from the walls. L b sk 1
Pie has gone from singing to !Spacious layout Lk
:yodthng. It's wonderful what a'' The club consists of three rooms
change in bird-seed can do for a large main room i called the

one Spring, spring and Roger Carioco Corner I, and a game room
Hughes has a new bride. Congratulations i The main room is done in blue
now we know why ;you wits small semi-circular tables
got off night shift Haveneris jutting out from the wall.
reputed to have quoted this | On opening night, one end of
weeks' pip "I wouldn't be driving the ribbon was held by "Weekend
around in this new car if I | Willie;" the mechanical robot- a
weren't a bachelor." See ;you mascot of the "Weekend Warriors ,
good folks next week with mOle I ." Later in the evening Willie I[I
news. Want to thank Jewell Chandler took pact in the floor show
for her help in gathering I Don) Wiggins, creator and voice
shops news this week.Kllnlvetli; I Of "Weekend Willie," in addition I I .3t, >>.. &> 1'
Mach. to operating his aluminum "aon," I FLIGHT IKAIM.NG: SCHOOL 4lilUA'l'kS-Itecent graduates! (If the Operation Flight Trainer
I staged an act of his own in which Maintenance School of the Natal I Air Technical training Unit, conducted at the Na\al Air Station, A
Mrs. Chief: "I gave my old man' he put several willing subjects \ eight men, shoun here Mith the school staff, have become full Hedged Flight Trainer maintenance

cereal for breakfast this morning, under his power in an exhibitionof men. Graduates standing, left to right, are: G. F. Woodard, TD3; G. K. Hatch, TD3-: O. If. Well) .
end he ate it with his hands!I' hypnosis. Kay Clegg TDI ; It. II. Storm TI 2; L. Peterson, TDC; I). I'. henry TIH ; A. J. Johnson" TU8; It. It. King,
Neighbor: "What on earth for ?" tertained with many alson'j TDAN. School staff, Matt'd, left to right, I). E. Hilton, SA; M. \'. llalphen. TDC; Lt. A. J. Beaudolo,
Mrs. Chief: "H wu feeling his ano numbers. officer In charge; C. W. Blanc, U'.....nn Electric Company representatlte; A, J. Mavone., TDC. and
cats." The men. who built M. B. Edwards, TI)3.

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31 March 1949 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

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M F Promotions !In Reserve Unit

\\1 1// :: : Nets "Hazing" From Mates

v i In th first such ceremony since .JJ
C wits forming! in cml1M6! They
\ A-kEti its inception in April lf 46, Naval -
have the r right. In ("nil I hi'mselves,
,\ Air Reserve Training I'mt, plank owners oi t thi loi ,.tit based

,I .,,< T ksonville, recently promoted! ieseton i hi
three first class officers --
t : iE I petty TCI
the rate of chief, with the o'aslon -

for "naz; -
lit.v calling a surprise
ing" ceremony after which a'

least two of the three promotedmen
belatedly echoed "We should

have stayed at home _
n The three active members, of SALTY HUMOR FROM
NARTU who advanced from ADI
to ADC-A were Keefee B. Har-
1 t I rell Arnold L. Trent antl Willie

E Maughan. Han'ell and Trent NeIghbor: "Where your biother. / -

were put through their "hazing"as Fiecldie?"
prepared by their mates at Freddie: "He m the house
NARTT. while Maughan, whose playing a duet I finished first."

orders were delayed, took his hnras.sing '- ,
ritual at a later date.
"Did you know I had taken up i iIItol'y'wl'lting ;
What appeared to be a solemn ) "
as a career?
c'ceiemonv: at NARTU hangar 113. '
"No Sold anything yet ? '
turned into a short period of "'
r "Yes, watch, saxophone
at my my
friendly: harassing which saw two "
and overcoat.
ot the promoted men, Keeffee Har- my ,
rell and Arnold Trent, fed out of i it'oughs -

: weighed down with oversized I He was at the fountain pen
rank insignia and dunked counter making a puichase. "Y"ou ,

into the station indoor pool, new see," he said "I'm buying this for
hats and all my wife" '" ,
The ceremony occurred during |, "d surprise, eh ?" "- :;"
lunch hour, with the thoughtful "I'll say. She's expecting a car.'* -"I:

NARTU men providing a sumptuous I! 'it.,)
feast for the new chiefs. The I
Tourist: "Did you see a pedes. "'
fare consisted of tomato
soup ,!
tr ian pass heie ?
roast beef baked potatoes, string
Native: "No, I'\e been sittin'here 7
beans, tomatoes, hot
celery, peppers all afternoon and nobody's :'t
.. h ice cream and cake, coffee, '
.. come by 'ceptin' one solitary man; 'i
bread and soft drinks. A feast
and he was afoot"Sixyearold -
fit for a king but the way these "i
delectable treats were served up j I --- "

to Hariell and Trent- wasn't Mary woke up 11 i

fit for much of anything. All the about two in the morning, "Tell :.i

food was put in the same wooden me a story, mama," she pleaded. ;

trough, mixed thoroughly to be "Hush dar ling," said mother. "
1&wn eaten without utensils and without "Daddy will be home soon and tell ;

hands us both onE"" .
I'ndergn TreatmentIt -- :

all started with the traditional '' She (ton the phone; ) : "I'm afraid :

I t } i 3 3k muster as the two neophyte jour dinner will be burned a little l'
r chiefs were ordered front and center tonight dear."
Standing at attention, wearing He: "What's the matter ? Did "i
their white hats for the last time, they have a tire at the clt'licRlt's- '
leading chief C, M Canterbury I"n'?" .- ,

; : ,, h a aicwavti lead off a lengthy and spunoui -
citation. Following the citation, The teacher was testing the
Hair'ell and Trent
I were decorated
of the
knowledge kindergartenclass. :
with king-size chiefs' insignia, .i
Slapping a half-dollar on ,":4
which was suspended from the the desk, she asked sharply, "What '
neck b}' string Then followedthe "
is that ? Instantly a voice from ,1.
dinner deluxe
-- - the back said "Tails!"
1NKW: ('11111'; :''; iKT; "HA/INC.: "When Kecffce H. ll.imll and Arnold Trent NAK1T.: an- Following the "light" repast, row J.1

frweri'd" innMer In recognition of their advancement to Chief, little dill l they knot' what this in More, the two promotion winners. wee Mrs. CPO -i.:: ; know timessure -

for tin-in. The tun mencre |inl through/ H noun-lHUir "ha ring" l h v tlielr males Ht :NAUR. Trent congratulated/; by Capt. Frederic do : Time when '
and lIt rrrll 1U1"lrr for reading nf R1"1'1011"\ proclamation by leading ('hll'f (', 1\1. ('lInt.-rhllr'. ( photo W. Pnestmfln, commanding officer change was
No II to hC'A'ln tIi P eeretnony. ('hit' 'antcrbury \\1111. the finishing touchy?' nn the "11..1c'hl..f of the lair of the "WeekendWaiuors. you were crazy about my piano
ralad "m.uprenu" ." (photo :\0. 21 K" 'fr..nt and lIarrl"ll 11I1l.1l1nll: luck IInlIholl' 1111'11..11'1 and nithuut ." The Captain presented playing I remember once you ':J
to dinner Mama's house '
bands the taco XAICTl' min partake of the "''IH-C'\all\ prepared meal In photo :'\0. 3. In ih.y go the men with their first chief came at ,
necc hats and all/ the nl'\\ (turfs get tllf'lr clllnl.lnlf .chile their nllllt' lend It "hl'lplllg lunlll," asr.hoan hats. and leaned on the piano all evening -

In photo Nil. .. ('a lIt. l'r..I4'rlc' \\', 1'1'11'.11111111lCTIJ: C'ollHIIKnlllng orric'l'rlholo(\ No ? I" But it wasn't all over for Hai- entranced by the music." '
I CPO "Entlanced mih ? I ,
the 'WIJlrlllllollull Inn..rll kith their "I'Ihit tN. Slightly dripping. Trent and II.irrell. along.clih rell and Trent who were promptly : was ;
two other, XAltTP men prolllol..1 I rl'c'l'ntl' "ho cc ere to,.scd Into the pool probahl,' because of their rushed to the station indoor doubled," tip from your Mama'scooking

Jlrcnlmlt": emerged wet, but none the aore 'ur tear (photo No 6)). Left 10 right are Willie T :SIn- pool where they were "wet" down, 1,
o 1(1"1\1')'. Ani ; Arnold Trent; Johnny Ifl\\.II, AA; and Keeffee Jlllrrl'll. new hats and all. The dunking I --- should
: "I think everyone ,
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proper job placements, Zoerb con-1 I Two small boys were discussingthe also took in an innocent fun- try and help his fellow man. And :
maker, Johnny F. Dowell, who had ,
Comdr. Zoerb tinued. capabilities of their motheis. also been promoted that same day : --
"Now, wait a minute. That Fort
Zoerb entered military service both active club members. "M\' Dowell NARTU's youngest station I of thing doesn't always work

with the Navy in 1944 He served mother can talk on just about any 1 keeper, seemed to be enjoying I Why. just the other day. I helpedan ,

Now On Duty at the Boston Shipyard and in subject," the first lad declared i his mates the occasion, with his gusto and I old lady across the street and 4
: realizing recent pro- she got hopping mad."
Washington befor1 assuming his proudly. motion, threw him into the act ,
Sailor ?
: "Why
Here At NAS"Problems duties at Pearl Haibor. He was "Phooey!" retorted the othei Hanell and Trent were two of Soldier: "She didn't want to .. '

detached from the Navy in Match "My mother can talk without any the first enlisted men to become cross the street! She was waiting ..
1946. subject at all." station keepers when N A RTl' car" .
dealing with human on II
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nature are the same wherever they; -- --
You know I've been having
are: encountered" declared Lcdr trouble sleeping lately ?" i

A. S. Xoeib. USNR, manager of "How is that ?"

i the Industrial Relations division q: "'I don't know. I sleep pretty

(.f the Eastman Corporation in S j good at night, and in the early
i ne morning, too, but in the
Kingspoit. Tenn, who is now noons I Just and tUIn.

spending his two weeks active duty

> tf/rtir at the Naval Air Station, C'lHssiflcation! NCO: "How ]
f'aJ( "The only difference between Y dF 'ou have been an airplane aCtN'j'j

I ch problems found in private' j SS k t 3 > rmnu In a burlesque show ?
Wlttrprlse and those in civil sen "Ret C'llIlt i : "I was in (' .
ice, he added, 'is that in the ill) the take-offs !" i

latter case they are more invol I
(d." Fiaiu-ee.: "Don't you realize that I

A man of long experience in thi woman is behind every man ? ,I
field of industrial experience with She s the inspiration. It's the I
the Eastman Corporation, a hem T woman' that makes\ him what he

teal pl'ocJuC'ingsubsidiary of Eastman 'ate p) I"' J
Kodak Company Zoeib commented SHiioi : "Well, you should be
at length on the similar Kshamed of yourself! for doing I

icy in procedures employed bv inch H sloppy job on me !"
both' indusary' and government

Zoeib, Industrial' Relations officer ('['0 "My wife is (coming right
at the Pearl Harbor Shipyard along with her singing lessont.

during the war, pointed out that Why, only last night she caused a
the entire government program is : glass to scatter with her high

based on a study of industrial relations ; I oRR>Z note"
iM < Rv w
principles adopted by private ,;;a\ sA Je DJt'p I Sic: "Gee, that's some \ibra
enterprise after years of experience tion!"

and research. h $ | CPO: "Naw, it wasn't that one
In both government and industry :- I of the neighbors threw it at her."*
job security and social bene- '
i are about equal, he declared. I'I'Ots I Barracks Lawyer: "You know
and accident insurance is .i-H: :-- ,/oo"u- I miss Fort Dix. A part of me will
'_aralleled by the sick leave policy CUE HALL 1'1'ca--tnjoJh'lf the facilities of the recently remodeled enlisted recreation always remain there."

'Wn civil service. r Kiin on the lower deck of Barrack '"G", Johnny William, AA, sight a shot for the sale pocket on Listener: "It will?"
In place of civi! service examinations one of the eight pool tables set up in the building, a* Curtis Snider SN stands by. The room l Is I B. L: "Yes. I got the seat ol

I industry relies on) aptitude open to all enlisted men lining In permanent barracks at NAS. Hours are JOG to J1I5 Monday Tuesday I my pants caught in a barbed \vlr. ,

f I And intelligence testcor Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, and 1400 lo J118 on Friday, and 1300 to J11B on Sunday. fence during maneuvers!" I

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a, e I Jax Tars RevealHomeGame I CPO Keglers

\, ( Slate i Snip Marines

Following is the home game
I I In EM Match
] j schedule of the Jacksonville Tars

44!: of the South Atlantic Baseball Paced by strike expert
'r League Schroeder's total mark '
: ; + Under their new skipper, Jack the Chief Petty Officer I/
Aragon, the Tais make their 1949 knocked off the first
i home debut Aril 20th with the rines by 11 pins last :M '
i 1 1l I Savannah Indians at the Jax Ball ,i downing: the boys in khaklf by4.,,'
'i Park. score of 2333.2319 In an enlisted
l } I April 20, 21... ................Savannah I men's bowling loop match
'it 1 April 22, 23, 21* ?..........Columbia Bowling consistently through all
May 2, 3, 4, 5..Charleston I three games, Schroder also compiled *
J May 678....................:......Macon the best average of the evening
user c U May 16, 17, 18 19..........Columbus I -a 181. The Chiefs took the
May 20, 21, 22* ...........Greenville first game with a 759 pin total
May 30, 31..........................Augusta over the MaHnes 725, The losers,
d June 1, 2..............................Augusta however, came back in the sec
June 345........................Savannah ond frame to pile up an 882 over
June 13, 14. 15 16* .....Greenville the Chiefs' 795. In the decisivetilt
June 17, 18, 19 ..............Charleston ': the CPOs knocked off 779
June 27 28 29 30............. Macon 'I sticks while the Marines could
July 123..........................Augusta off 712.
", ' ----.. July 11, 12, 13 14............Columbia I I only Other pick outstanding bowlers In
:NOON: CONCERT-'arr3ing: out the a<'Krumlcilifmient> that band music Is just as American us July 18 19 20, 21.................Macon I the match were George Lllflcotch
apple pie, the station bind pictured here, for some' \\et-ks now Ins been giving concerts during the July 22, 23, 24..................Savannah I of the CPOs who bowled a 509
lunch hour In front of the Malnslde\ auditorium four days a week Members of the group are!, left to July 28, 29, 30, 31..Columbus series and Bill Burkhardt of the
I right, Hill reund, George lit'nfer, Hob \\illlains, Kenneth Brown and Wesley Collins, Jim Norths i Aug. 8. 9, 10, 11................August* I Marines with a 538 total.
worthy', Cj King Odin MoMillrn\: (bund leader), Tortcreaver, Kill llagenUtor Waller, Ralph Aug. 12, 13, 14................Greenville The same evening, Kenneth A
shflman, Tommy strish, Hilt 1,00 k wood and Major Law son. Aug 19, 20, 21..Savannah j lace paced the FASRON Six
-- -- -'- '- -- Aug 26, 27, 28.................Columbia gregatlon to a 4.0 win
Sept. 5, 6, 7, 8..Charleston :
TU by tallying a 517 series
Music For All Occasions I Feminine Golfers Sept, 12, 13, 14............. Columbus ; Next Monday night,
*Denotes double headets,
I' Hold TournamentLoretta I Repair meets Operations while
4.5 the Marines battle VP-81 on the
Delivered By Station BandWhen Jacka posted a low net rI --- --- --------- enlisted alleys.

i I of 40 and a low gross of 52 to I II I
Not New
Nuggets :
to I capture honors in the Class A di- I Ii I
dances, and it comes various other parades ceremonies Lion f--thei -sch d ab-o-rdth: i vsion! of the Naval Air Station I II : Clothing of all kinds, house- Wart Remover

you will always find the I' station. Also included on their list I Officers' Wives Golf Club tourney : hold goods, uniforms, toys, ; Add another sure cure for the
Naval Air Station Band on hand of duties are inspections, honors baby furniture --- any items removal of pesky warts.
and ceremonies for staged at the local I, Speaking to a group of physicians
to deliver the musical background visiting digni- I which might be useful to anyone
appropriate for the occasion taries, athletic events, division I last Friday. layout are badly needed at this I in Chicago Dr. Herman V.
Now fourteen I parties and occasionally they play Tied for the runner up spot in I time. Successful operation ofI J Allington of Oakland, Calif, said
boasting members I
.for Colors I the Not-New that warts can be removed by
the local Navy band, which the Class A division were Rose : Shop means rapid
has been under the direction of I Chief McMillan, besides lead Allen and Katy Thrope with a turnover of merchandise. What I simply swabbing them with liquid
Chief Oden McMillan for the past : ing the band, plays the baritone low net of 42 and a low gross of can you find to give Your donations nitrogen. The warts will disappear
in about three weeks an.1there
horn and does the vocal work at (,4. I will be deeply appreciated -
three has performed on I I
years Kline's low 60I is little pain and no scar
other stations and in cities I dances and other affairs where Tibbie net of
throughout the Southeast as Melt I it is requited When. playing for I was best i \ the Class B division, Not-New Shop hours: 1000 ring.-tAFPS).
as here at NAS. Last December I social affairs, the orchestra usually with Betty Coghlan and Isobel to 1400 Tuesdays and Thurs- I WhO'
they were present at NAS Miami, I consists of a trombone, four I Minter both of who" tied Tibbie days in building 913 with the Father: was that Marina
and participated in the filming of I cornets, four saxophones, a piano I Kline for low gross of 43, finished I II I Hobby Shop. Commission sales I that I saw you kissing last night?"
the movie "Slattery's Hurricane," I and a set of drums j| in a tie for the runner-up spot handled on Tuesdays only. I Daughter: "What time was it,

which was on location there. Since' I Bill Lockwood, who has been I with a low net of 61 I .. Pop"r

that time, the local Navy maes- blowing a cornet in the orchestra
tros have traveled to Key West I for some time, plays the lead
Waycross, Daytona Beach and I horn Ralph Eshelman, Major
have made numerous trips to Lawson, Victor Waller and Tommy -
Green Cove Springs and Cecil Stish are the other four cornet N
Field I tooters. The one and only
\aried Occasions trombone player is Porter Weaver -
Providing music for dances and Five saxophone players Bill
parades, however, is only a poi- I Fieund, George R.enfer, Wesley
I Collins Bob Williams and Kenneth .
--- ---- --
I Brown, do an equally good
job on clarinets in a brass arrangement -
JaxNavyCagersOutscore Jim Norsworthy, a
a triple-threat on the instruments,
Rivals alternates between the piano, the
bass drum and the flute. Bill Hagen .

a French horn player com- .
pletes the roster of the Jackson- t
During Campaign
ville Air Station Band.
Jax-Navy basketeers in compiling TIgpL
21 victories against eight
a defeats amassed a total of 1730
points compared to 1370 for their SUPPLY

opponent during the 1948-49 _
Red Doll led the individual scor.Ing .
parade with 340 points followed 1 fire
by Paul Petty who tallied ,er s
133 Following la a summary of .1

.) the scoring for the past campaign. FAVORITE E FRESSIOV -* Z

Team Storing Nearly everyone has a favorite ex- :
Opp. Navy pression or .much used phrase
Held! goals 3S6 115' which if used alone, can practically -
Free throws' 299 300 identify the person, and vice
Free throws attempted SIS 5S817SO veisa Here are some that your \ I
Total points scored 1371 reporter picked up around the department I
Cameo won 8 U : Al Szarmanakl: "You'll
Largest combined score In one get it;" Lindsey Cameron: I
game--166: Jax-Navy 103: Orlando Gripes;"AW. Bennett: "Overall -
63. Lowest combined score in picture;" F. Ray Forrest: iJi12
one game-75: Florida Frosh, 39; Great day;" Carl Reiter: Boga- & )
Jiic-Navy 36. Tournament play: to.." (also Frank, Ray and Tom),
Captured! Southern Fleet Air Ma Williams: "You know whero
Championship by defeating Carrier you can go;" Bobbie Dixon:
Air Group Eight, 61-15, and "Reeaally'; Lt. Becker: "You
NAS Key West, 72-42 Placed girls;" George Dwelle: "Chittlins
third in Florida American Bas and grits;" Ollie Dutton: That do I
ketball Congress tournament in I, make it winning over Daytona team, ho! ho! ho!"

M.Df'f ated USS Kearsarg" GO.I ODDS ANn EMUS: Two of the I L s y
Supply bowling teams rolled a { ,'S
43, in Atlantic fleet Air t() I 0 9y
score to tie for first place in the' 0 h f
ment at Norfolk for berth in ftrials .
but lost:: to NAS Norfolk, Supor League last week. Night
before last, they rolled the best i
75-48 in final encounter. I
three out of five to determine the a'T
Individual MooringIf winner of the league but at this 'I' y F b a
If U n. J.t. IC
writing final are not in
kpd Lull, car I In Ji6 11 ::1111 211
Peal "lIy, f J" U 61 :2bt: 281, Phil Myers in Accounting I .
I. 'Ini.t".I"II, e 76 U 81 1111 :0 went to Tallahassee last week-end '<<=-:>'3' '1t'.1..:: & ",. -m. U .W> ..J,:;. a ,7 ;&liiiliUi'';; ''''A\\
Paul HI.R. f 70 U 44t Jill 28Jeho to Install Governor Warren and I LADY dOLrLKS ON VIKMlhln: the short
('11I".1'. I &8:1S: Ie 149 28A. space one Meek during :Minli. golf follower -' If 38 : r. .l83 59 other candidates as 32nd Degree II got an eyeful of several of the outstanding feminine Jenifers In the country, here at N,\S. Louise
Ray 11.1., f Bs 11' i: Masons Ensign Sam Sugg, prominent professional and lean Hopkins, ranking uniutuir mturtul off the parade, followed
Adrian P.t 'Rourb Bark ,Ie f :JI 32 11 U sa U 1S 111 23 S Frock says he plays Civil War several dayi later by Tatty Berg another top-ranking pro who vl-.ltr l here with, Betty
T.m. KiIRariff, I Ii 3 IS :U 7 golf-out in 61 and back in 65 McKennon and frantic Owen outstanding amateur. rise huge gallery; on hand during Louis
Joe IIlnlry, IC 11 It 27 U 20 Welcome back to Lucille SuggV visit I* shown In photo No. I us :Miss Sugg demonstrates her ability. In photo No. 2, the
Rob hay Aelklna Barr. ,I e II 7 0 1 .I ZO sa 11 II Wood, who has returned to the department IJthla Springs, Oa., pro display the form 11)"' has brought her eminence. I'atty Berg 1. caughtswinging
Rill ('lII'llun, IC 'I II IS S via Stock Control.Fatherinlaw away In photo No. S, during her exit">ltlon here. Grouped at the first tee prior to Patty
IUtk N.l.oa, c 4 Z 2 II 7Illlarry J i I Berg and company' tour of the ourse, are left to right. Frames Owen amateur from
I;pper..s. 4 1 5 9 S : "I suppose you Donald tfarka Physical Training offl J.e e 0 2 .
( 1'lrpak, Ie IC I I 1 !0iearae 9 GItd know that when I die my daughter Capt. Robert O. Minter &committee r ha Inn:in. JlW'kIWnVUIIJi1A'.dr.
Krllty, e CJ 0 I e t will inherit 50 thousand dollars Awaiting to tee off lit the foursome In photo No. Ii, Including left to right, luck '
//IIJ HJ' lfoU' f 1 1 i 3 r well, why don't( you( say Louise Sugg, leading pro from Lithla (Springs, Oa; Jean Hopkins, Cleveland amateur; Mid AI
4; r1 .N''r, r 6 U fit 'I something Gruber, San Jose. pro. Lanky Jean llopklut Is about to drive a bard one down the fairway In photo

T.tal. TU IW Hit 119 21 Husband: "Drop dead" No 7 Pretty Betty MrKenno who visited here with Tatty Berg tee off In photo No. G.I'aqe .

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Base Nine Breaks Even Jax Cagers Aid ;j,

With Georgio TeucherstJJreaking dt tl j ia4"try' ,ta s ; 4', w j9 + < NAS Norfolk ; 4

In AllNavy1in t

[ into the win column by virtue of their crush.

over the Georgia State Teachers nine in .a N4 Coming (rom behind In the 1 last

two game series here last week, the Jax-Navy half of play, NAS Norfolk topped

will shoot for wins number 2 and 3 when they the All-Na y basketball clown
last week downing "ubPac
by ,
meet the Parris Island Marines in a two game series at Ma- I I West Coast, 52-38, in the

son Field, :Monday and Tuesday. The local l combine dropped :4L I finals of the 1949 All-Navy tourney -

the second tilt, 8-6, to the Teachers. : :t : : played at Pearl Harbors' Bloch

-- arena before a crowd of some
Georgia a, JVAS, 6 : : I
third baseman to six
score coun 6,000 spectatois.
Piling up 4 runs in the second
frame if Satuiday's tilt from the ters.A. ._- ;I The All-Navy champion NAS
offerings of Georgia moundsman I homer, by Roger Parsons, Norfolk team Is the same squad
Georgia State the DIAMOND AC'fIOS'-ln that defeated In the finals
Herb Reeves, the Jax Navy dm- shortstop gave splitting | I Jax.Navy -
mondeers gavs pitcher Bob Becker visitors their lone tally In the a pair f>f diamond clashes of the Atlantic Fleet Air.
fourth fiame They scored again tourney last month, Two member
a good lead to work on as he I with I the ieorgla State Teachers -
I Iin the 5th on two singles into of the Jax-Navy cage squad. Ac'hie
kept the visitors In tow for1
nine at Mason Fieldlast
center. College Back and Lon Christensen, who
innings, but the Teachers broke
I I week, Jan-1'\\11' baseball- were drafted by Norfolk follow-
loose to knot the event and even-
tually triumphed. em took the first encounter 10-2 : ing the tourney there. played 1 out-
Season Baseball standing ball for the
L champsthroughout !
Dick Nelson, NAS outfielder, and dropped the second 86. In
the tourney in HawaII
started things off for the local i Schedule Published --.- top photo, x-Xa\y flrst-wack- In an earlier! encounter against

cause in4he second setto With a -r Mck Ilelmcrich\ attempts to SubPac, which Norfolk diopptJ

'ring two-base ,hit into left. I A 49-game 1919 Jax-Navy dia put out Herb Reeves of the 65-64 Back and Christensen performed -
Jaxmen made the most ofTeacher' mond slate released
ear'lythis Back tallit'llH
was brilliantly
Teachers In Saturday'N fracas.In .
miscues two week by the NAS Physical points, while Christensen started -
i on balls and Nelson's extra Training Department with other tgVS Urn center photo, llelmerich i in snagging rebounds. '
smash > tally the 4 luns. games probably 'o be added as ki retired True'Item' outfielder Joe I Norfolk's Jim Castano. out-

In .ie fifth canto the college the season' progieshes. MldillfhriHik. Ken Werner, Navy standing centervho hails fioin

nine picked up 2 walks, a braceof I i All home games will be played left fielder, raps| a single to center Tampa Fla? was awarded the individual -
singles and a four-master into Mason Field. Week-end trophy as the outstanding
on jiame.l'will : In the second game (bottom
left field off the bat of outfielder at 1430 while sportsman of the 1949 tournament,
begin week-day i pholo). ditching- (jf'lIrIa' -
Doug Daniels to score three runs. tilts are slated] for 1600. &: backstop Duke 1>,1\ I", He won In a close race with teammate -
The Georgians tapped Becker for The schedule: Leroy Pasco
one run in each! of the 6th and Apt II--
7th frames and pushed three more 4 Tunis Island-Home. -
runs across in the eighth on a 5 Paula Inland--Home.
Base Netmen Seek
7 Florida U, Fiosh-Away,
of and two free
pair singles 9 Stetson I'.-Home,
passes to put the game on ice, 11 Foil ,"I'kRon-lIo01P, Win Column
12 Foil Jackson '. Entry
Jim relieved Becker
Daley on
I 16 Florida Filson-Away,
the mound with he bags loaded I 18 )Newbeny ('ollt'tote -tton1l'. Against Miami U. p
in the eighth and put out the file 19 )Newheny ('olll'6p--IJoml',
2i Florida Sou hem Home.2r ,
in a splendid one inning pitching i > L'nheisllv No Car.-Away.W Dropping three straight encoun
stint. Daley gave way to John' : Floilda Southei n-Away. tern in two weeks Jax-Navy
Goddens in the final stanza. The i 30 Florida Soul tern,-Awny.Ma netmen, still looking for their first;
\ visitors went to01 k on God- ,\'- will to clash the
2 teen 'O'p.Homt', victory attempt
: dens but were unable to score a ]
4 Florida U. 'l'o"h-IJome. win column at Miami Friday
single tally r.s the Jax Navy ('om-I' 6 L'nheisll.s of Tampa-Home. where they battle the University
bine turned in its best fielding of'' 7 t'nhcifillv of Tnmpii-Home. I Miami
10 Teih of
Geoigla -AWHV.
the day.A 11 GroiKla Tt'l'h-A\\II, I Duke Unhersitys' racket wielders -5-
Georgia error, flee puss and i 11 Green Coie--Away .
Invaded the local court last
;,', is,. pair of base hit: by Nelson and 14 tRiln: Field-AWHV. -t'--:
NicklIelmerlrh; JaxNafilfit i 15 1:10:111'IE'ldA"8: >'. Monday to trounce the locals, 9-0 ;
i sb :20 Stetson U,-Awey. Bob Talor of Duke defeated Bob
> ._ _
'bajeman, netted the station nine I NAS n _
I 24 !Not folk-Away (Tent.)
6-0 and
Cranford ,
of Navy
Its'two' other inns in the seventhr'Red" | 2"i NAS Not folk-Away (Tent)
) : :27 Eelln Field-Home. Dirkeman Buddy Hicks, took the O&R Keglers I In Clash I
'" SASISS 28 ittlln: Field-Home. measure of local John Crocket,
Doll, pitched the Jax June-- 6-0,60, while Jim Wesley defeated -
1 *Navy" club to ts first win of the 5N!;..\S Pensacola-Away. I
| I 6 NAS Suuflov 'It'ld-A\\A (Tent) Owen Williams of Navy, 6-1 : With Fasron For Crown
i.V '**ason *In Friday's fray. The local 11 Foil Jackson S, C,-Away. and 6-2, Duke's! Bob Chapman bested
'M.;"'bat m'n didn't waste any time in 12 Fort Jackson. S C.-Attuv.H George Chalmers, 6-1 and 6-3, Hitting the alleys with their

getting four runs In the first inning 16; I.lltle Sdufley Creek'leld-HI'mt'-A\\a)'. Frank Car loss of Duke downed! usual consistency, Overhaul and i| Bowling steadily in the initial
chasing two Georgia twirlers 17 Little Cieek-Awav. Leonard Curtis of NAS, 6-2 and Repair keglets smothered a YF- tilt the Overhaul & Repair pn-
to the showers before ihe game! 25 Partly.. Island-Away. 6.1 and Jack Wcrmath made it 85 squad by a 203 pin margin in men amassed a total of 854 pins
was minutes old A couple of :28 Part"Is 'Island-Awuy. a clean sweep by beating Bill Elliot a two-game semi-gnal match on while their opponents keeled over

safeties by Helmet ich and Gus 27 28 Foil Fort HrKu Ei a Kg.--A\\a Away.>'. 6-1 and 6-0 : the Officers' lanes last Thursday 746 In the final game, the wIn-
Gushanas chased across' four run- Jul.\'- Taylor and Hicks of Duke teamed to make their way into the final ners bettered their first count by
ners who reached bases on pastles'l 14 Little Creek-Home. to triumph over Lieurance and round of competition for the sta- garnering 890 points while the VF'-

George Cook, Georgia's 15 16 Camp Little LeJt'une-Hnme.(t'k-Home Schemier to win their doubles tion officers' championship. ,,,85 team slid to a lower lung with

hurler kept the local hitters hand 17 Camp I.cJeune-Home. match, 6-3 and 6-0. Wesley ann The O&R team, clowned all- 705.

cuffed for the following six set- ,I 20 Pensacola-Home. Car'loss of Duke defeated. William station champs last seasoneje I Chester Briggs, Jr., paced the
2ST 'ndall Field I-Home. I I29T '
diamond- >
tos, but the Jax Navy : > ndall Held-Away. I and Cranford of Navy, 6-0 and 9-7. slated to meet FASRON Six in winners in their victory by bowling
eers came to life ir the eighth I and Woimath and drubbed this
AUKUit Topley I year's title match a 204 on the first line and U5
canto with five bases on balls, 1 Fort BruxK-Home. brauer and Crocker, 6-0 and 6-0. 'yesterday, with results unavailable on the second for a top average of

and singles by shortstop Bill 2: Fort Camp DrulZg.-Jomt'leJeune- \\uy.Cllmp |i iH I The locals felt the sting of defeat at press time 191. Arthur Bower, also of O&R,

Rogers and Chuck Webb, NAS H- l..eJeunt'--Awuy. at the hands of a powerful I t Copping the first two matches chalked up aggregate scores of

-- --- Pensacola squad, 8-1, last Satur- easily in the semi-final encounterlast 181 in the first game and 158 in
day. Jack Brauer marked up the O&R the second for a high of
Planned Thursday, keglers marked average
, Big Being only Jax-Navy victory by whip- 184.
up a new pin total record for a Two more top pinmen on the
ping Pensacolas Bill Bernheart, I two-game series with a 1744 tally winning squad were Charlie Shu-

For Station Softba ClubsPlans 3.6, 6-2 and 6-4 The losers, VF-85 managed to ford with a 177 average and Chf!'.
; Georgia Tech's hot tennis crew muster a count of 1451 sticks in ter Briggs, Sr, who compiled. a
set down the locals here early neat 170.
were completed for the the two games.Sports.
last week, 9-0. In the feature singles 'I, .
station intra-mural softball com Lab, :Mayport, VF-82; Ordnanceand --- -- -- ----- ---- -
Gunner, VA-85 enlisted; match of the afternoon, Ed
petition as team lepresentathesgathered \ QuizQUESTIONS
at ne Physical Training FASRON, VF-43 and Supply Adams of Tech outpointed Owen 2 Straight Losses
Williams of NAS 7-5 and 6-2. Bob
A committee of five, elected .at
office Tuesday to lay the ground- 1. What manager came to the
last Tuesday's meeting, will pre- Cranford and John Crocker put upa I For Local Golfers
work for the coming season, N. Y. Giants when they were in
which will pet underway April side over all protests arising dur- stubborn battle in their doubles 'I the cellar, left them 30 years later i
All tiff with Tech's Tim Duriett andI Suferln double defeat
ing the season. investigations when they were back in the ? a last
18.A regarding transfer of players Don E, Ferguson before losing, week Jax-Navy's golf
total of 28 teams have already cellar, but during his regime won aggregation
entered competition, and from one team to another, changing 7-5 and 6-4. 10 pennants ? dropped a match to Pensa-

others wishing to compete must of rules, and numerous other I 2. Name the football coach who cola 24-12, last Saturday after
have their request at the Physi- decisions will also be settled by A referee in Italy has the power went to the Rose Bowl in his sec- being downed by a Georgia Tech

Training office prior toil the committee. to arrest a spectator who boos, ond year at a Pacific Coast university combine, 13'2 to -, la, on the local
15, Chosen on the committee were hisses or otherwise takes an extreme and has never been fired links the preceding Thursday.

'(/'a-mural competition will be two fleet representatives Ensign dislike to the decisions l he from a football job ? Tony Grego stood out in the

f Ided into two leagues, the Edward Armstrong, CAG-8 and renders during a basketball game, I, 3, What ''captain and tackle of match at Pensacola as he thieve

erican and National, with lethe Lt (jg) Dave Barksdale, CAG.4; i what undefeated football team out a 68 tally on the course to

: pennant winners meetIng two men from NAS, Major EdI I In eastern Canada, basketball In 1948 was voted the Dr. John break his former record .of 70,
in a pla-off at the dose of win Glass, Marines and Bill Oduni, games are arranged on a home- Outland Trophy for "outstanding which he had recorded while stationed -

the season for the all-station ADEC, of NARTU; and Lcdr Don and-home basis with the total play" by the Football Writers Association there several years ago.
title A rotating trophy will be'' Jacka, Physical! raInIng officer scores of both games determiningthe : of America ? Grego and Amil Furry, wha
awarded to the station champs, who will vote only in case of a winner of the two game series ANSWERS picked up a 79 won their match
with both league winners to be tie between the other mediators.All 1. John McGraw. by taking 6). points from their

presented with permanent troph- !Iiea games will start at 1530: 2. Lynn ( Pappy Waldorf. University opponents. Erwin Scott, 72. and
sharp. If a team fails to make an of California Doc Henderson, 79, also copped
Teams that have already signed I appearance before 1545, it must j I Basketball in Honolulu Is considered 3. William (Moose) Fischer their match with 51. points for

include! VA-85: officers; Photo forfeit the game. a 365-day-a-year sport. Notre Dame. Jax.Naiv., Local divot-diggers,
Harold Bush, 82, paired with John

STALEMATE Before and Aft By Ed Hughes 1.13 Ph'a, 06, and Bob Theil. 81, team-
ed with Don Gard, 83, to lose

their respective matches, without
gaining a single point.
t1 In the Georgia Tech: match here
Gordon Clay of the winners fired

4 a one-under-par 71 on the local
A j D greens for low medalist honors in
the neet.

Clay teamed with Alfred Swan,

': \: who tallied an 80, to defeat Tony
.,.. ,\ I Grego. 72, and Bill McWilhamp,
--. \ 80, of Jax-Navy. Bill Pritchett,
\ : : 7 \ 78, and Charlie Ewing, 78, of
; f'iJ' .,. .,. ."... ', Georgia Tech took a match over
== ." 'W' I locals Erwin Scott, 75, and Dave

-==-- f- ... Henderson, )!,0.T .

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31 March 1949
Eight - -

Baseball 'FiguresVisitors .

At Camp

A's Blackburn Aids Lads_ I

In Fundamentals O* Gamen

'XpeririCe' in baseball ,ui"i '
old-timer ol I 12 ve.tiouthtul l' |

; liand to add lustifUovs I I>
plaveis of todav( Wl'I'I'1 on "

thud! session of the JaK-Nav: J Baseball Tiainint>;
Lust Saturday !moinmg( ) ht'l'e' Mason) Field.

Hu-'bell "Lt'I1l" Blackburn tooniei '- -
z Ill!: positions
n. infielder and now
\ ninjot' league The huge instim, ,, ,t ticomposed ,
Philadelphia AthleticMatt !! ,
with i't
of Navy peiHonflUecieation
at West Palm Beach! along .
and school arh '''
with Joe Stimgfellow and Al HoMtti .!.
coaches, began in earn" '<
of the Siannah
i pliivmg search for the top talent MI.ulompiise u
Indians of the Sally leagu< ,
the all-etais squ K t
the sui prise a I"riva III wh)
were all-stai game for lads in \th. i I. ,
some 3."co! youngsters\ i ithis In
Splitred age; group and another i I'll i
the tinilinientxls -
area in then quest in
K5-I9 year olds will wind ip
"t baseball, an tough
t it (amp two w"-ks 11"/1I'ur|
at the local, lamp

.l\i-s" \11\ Ic','
In greeting the lads: Blal'khurndt'llI Trainil
t'l't'd an honest: tathei to

sun" oiution in wlmh be sliesst"

Careful londitioning of the l bud' AwaitsHundreus

.ind get plenty of sleep. and, lit lhal i

J'k will bo beltei 1'1'1"1',1. ,
way you Baseball\ Camp
t In, meet the trying; circumstance

in Inter! life" ." 'lilac khuin pointemi

4 Enioy your work' Tin! pursuit III i t tli' t inn I i"i" '

>u IK- ding' in work or in play of baseball as ( iiint-vel, "itaxNav

ml get 1 the most of it." he" con- ) )HDVV Dast'bill :'" .

t1l111",1 t ,i AM a parting shot the for ng Camp wlli begin in i .. i i'at II

111"1 maim leaguer avid with .I ; for the, hundreds of your' L,

in this ami will to MH( ."in
1111. "I I have been ({ vh> thioig

','>i 12 \'l'I and have enjove<, Saturday tot the fourth -..'

\ ,'I i \ n mute of it," ''If l the niiip:

The, jointly upon-' i
I'hi' Philadelphia Athletics rep"ieniative tamp

: i who played, every 1)- le City of Jmksoin'illf 111.\I\

Maval Air Station. has b"I'11 <
.ition III the infield during! hn play
still and ftbl ng up momentum. wnlioungsteis :
dtwas spry
EL ng:
how it i III / in the 1M: "t" i I I Igroup
1.: i show the youngsters
lone in his visit here. Along witl all set to advain* I > iij)

., stage of the gain" n II i
: 2 ""-''''''''''''' .O:.... ::tlll1gft'low and Rossetti, he en slaving
; :
;: ,:: hmulrccls of vuung.terg attending/ the .I-\oa\.v, :\ llV 1 01"ul into the spilt of the lamp. .lei to further enhuni'e th'I'r mlimental ''

ll\si\l: N(IIOUI( IlIlilll.llII"I'--1'h./ : dull -, IM-H it the third the bench know led, e of th' ,.tll''"
to another \ Kit of major leiigiH' n prt| lying the youngsters
fUMhitll ruining( ( mnp' Mfit, trt'iiNd \thl..tI.... InSaMiiniiih earned. heieWith
i. signtcl hf the I'lnl.(tli Iplii.i ,'t Ins full knowledge. 13Uukb\in
,.,....,1.11I here |1.,1( StitiiKlat: In top pliotn loe stilugfi: Koxsi'll, savannah; days in 1(1115( ) the announcement of the
denton.trate. the I liniqiif" of bin'Stoppingl\ \)egan his playing
:> ul tin Sally: I..altll.> ts stnilint .Mini.* Rluu slides in Knisfl.) 'lent'Itlat vhcn Connie Mal k Bigned him, t wo all-star ga nit to be I played

thll.C-.l\c'h'r.! gius pointer In inxMing 11"1.1..1'' l the. and bag): now pith Connie ':.t ,'k'% .VlliltlliH, at \\ f>t I' tI.ii )laved his last imjoi' league luring the final week of the school,
"n.-IIIII" major league baseballeis will begin
Ulxiin, the Chicag) the young
d.-ll\ei\ in 19J8:
the bill !><' fnrt. tame!
ItfiKli illiiHlrnlftli<> ti.rn-it grip, IMI \White" Sox and ended" his pUylni; .o shine for then! instiiuiors who

.. must choose the i learn 1 ot the crop
,lays in 19)2: us playing; managewith
Lacrosse Play hit. will participate in the two

Add More Prestige Toronto ili-star trays. one tor 1i: 15 year
WAVES .\ 'tual lemon.tittlioiiStt
Planned Here < olds, and the" other involv'mg 16 '9yeoll'
I ing fellow a v tel"lllS..Uy

With Successful Cage SeasonPosting I
aktoppmg ,
(not an whit was known abaggataway" > to send either :\ pl01' iv i
game his
most of
nah this! year spent > two and one of its oth'i,il ,i u.

I I'J! ioist'iuti\e): vu staged a temtic last! quartet tally several I tenluilc. line in m.tiin'ting the camp lad 'esentativc to Satuidav, ,, tnoil .
th arts. of cfltclunijitimgtellow .
tone It'I't)1ringttig: do\vi' lo subdue the WAVES, :Al- 10Kigtln ago is again nopping up in < 111 the finer: Two of the visitors who n"
scene Last full. has /Iloilo! time ol
1'oini station spoil Hake their! appearance i>ai miire "
the curtain on the ) !) 18-1\1\ the anc'teiit game was begun here ..another played every position 01 Uykea. for nlt'r hioasemail I

heasoa[ the: NAS \\' AVH: hasKetball Relul sing t.> the win column. for the first time the bill club iiuluding pitihing) Jimmy and former nitnix'"i uhe

] ) sextet Closed: the cam the locals trounced FE'I 32-15 nil.IIdlOoi and Ltdi M H OaUhell held (coach Ht" has peitotnied. for the Nash Chicago White Sox and' ,mi I

paigti with a leioid 1 of Ji tI :14-21 : Southein 3S-21 Hell during/ theeeond has issued a tall I"t'qllt'.tlllg' play-. I Mile Vols ol the Southern Asnirttion and> ful Lou HutMsie/ pitching 'I, "' .(
Uollm College, attend In.fiist .. and Macon, Augusta
\VUK\ and live losses, adding; week in Kebiuarv' Started/ era with experience: to hailseton in the Sally loop lht. A's.I3rissie.
72t al 'iiitea
at building well known .I
meeting i Is;
the annal.. streak the thndsackci
to winning
another tn a P.Ollllt'tl11't'.dy
\ page 1000 Tuesday motning Though m ] having foirneily twni: "i I

uf Naval Air Station varsity; no lies never plowed the of pace Febru-and official announcement of practice with Savannah gave the group iavannah in the Sally I.fdt, ,n u. :1,
Jui the latlei part down the j Jotit
ing lomteig on holding .
for Mi .\
has been made vet plans fiom Savannah to
lhlt8. o'elhe/ NASivihans : vet \looped
chalked" win in
ny up will b diM.usse d:: a the hot corner '
th> competition here in n
Over A period of six years, 3b-24 : and a city leag"uedllb "covering the bag," .
have been U nd ft'a led' Kixeihide -UI"Ies.. 37- at the meeting I, 'onme: Mdckg mound nitm-ii
local Uosies 2617; The third. session of the camp,

in service nmpetition. and in th'. 19; 'Nay'r'olls i Amazons 45-24 ; tram : lilet'ted by George: Bjeinei. and
the "big .
last four seasons of play th> southern' Hell, 44.20: Rollins Col- Walter Johnson sponsored jointly by the City of The basketball game. ailav: 1

WAVKS' stai-htudded. \ aggl'ega'tlons I.ege. 44.:10: NS Norfolk \\ AV'ES. of baseball fame pitched! one daj life. 'aiksonille' and the Naval An ilt l" 'lInt'e. al one tjm" til\ ( II.t
of his ,
have racked, up an enviablretold ., Ib-lT ; Rollins College 2S-22 and With the first sore arm lation, featured. dose supervision er'nut players of the saint 411111''
no-hit no
of 75: wins! :2ri defeats Ihe \\iycioss Amazons, :18-1): and hurled the only 'If the diamond stars of 10n10I'IOwlttl ,\' I,) apP'llr' within( a yal,1,I "i 'a< ti
ul his lat..M
Bringing\ the ('Uitain down on rUn' Bout game>n R.-ii Sox :1111'11111' t I I''IMS' II ion 1 1)115 1'1\- nlll"1 i i iTd

Getting off on the right/: foot. .he 1'I9! Reason in stellai fashion

the WAVEh topped their maim the N\S belles tallied then Uvt-i ---

tilt against: strong King ":d'ard.exlet. teeth win of the season over st tlld I

:U-17, behind the shootmt; aid Oil 51-U. on March 1 : "n i .

of Skip Uttwei who eventually tool second! place tie with Klllg H "I i

high stoiing honors for the senon ward in the City Girls Hask.nLeague !, II

with .i'tO points. Rolling along. .

the locals took then IIPI'on.wIn.. Last season. the .\II' 4.\iuoi

ovet Southern Hell. U-18: and won WAVES sextet finished with a i:. I .
number three by I'ompingover tin record. and won the citv' agihampionship 4 .0 1 u ,

NAS civilnns 21.11. The fnuitl for the that time nNAS a .

Victory came on a 2*>-l.> tnumpl : history by defeating the NAi:

over Standard 011. Civilians 21-18: \1II.. tmil ierlgut'

start: I Off l'a.tKehllid encounter In 19h, the WAVE f
4 [
the performance of hiaiKiee compiled: a record of 18 wins aiv O h s3g

and Skip Mosei, the WAVE\ 8 defeats and in lOlb finished ,

won ovei King Edward for' chi fairly successful season with a 12 +! S y

second time :U-W.: on the 14th of: 8 slate H < f i

Januai:y, -- a

The local sextet was handed\ itftiet Sports QuizQu" ..r'lO..1

jietbatk in the 1919 campaigi s'rIONR

team of Way-
when a powerful
1. What was the greatest nuntier'
11-21 .
crow Amazons triumphed hit by Habi
of home runs
The following t'vt'nlngthe local a
Ruth in one season ?
number two at th.
suffered defeat r'
the worlds heavyweight
2'ho won
hands of a Pepsi-Cola team' 2t-l"i; by beatinj
the firs', '
but took neiond place in : Kitysimmons9
round of City League competition. t
3. You'd he a. as a >'hers
netting back in atr'lie the NAS
held the lowest rank
nun If you "
KeinindinAmeiitan \
belles trampled a
not farming term when
21 17 L IIt a
squad .
/ Legion hear the word "hay" in fern( '
bringing their skein" of victories. to you ?
ing Just what is a 'hay
two, 109s..8.HillmA" .
aix with only
5. If you're a Hilling enthusiast _
steak once/ !
suffered" defeat you should know what in anglei > ,_ .. ......,,- _n_' --- "'
inoiithe WAVES .u !1911!
mild litlo..e., chllllll the
creel is 'I II hone
at the hands: of Pepsi SI''I-;SSI''I. ( .\\II'\lliS-C'hall.llll: { rip
twice ANSWERS ( : 1 rrculii alahht "l'nll'I't'HI': iii I'nil, 1l"l'll" "
first thriller. ".1,1.,>"" '1'' kept 1I11'ir 1I1II1I"'al 3
Cola 42-27 in the ..'tt.unlw'/ NAS. \\\\.t:S the 'Irt-Iii
7.I ,
I O in 19 culnpt-lilluu
t. ) III .j" "f
..mice! learn your'"
second encounter 1'1 "
and 50-28 in the T. Coibett. hat' nut lol a gin ne tII'IIII'ISIIIIIIIII..h.. 11'ineie.lune., \I..t: J lit
1, J'j ilea :
the RIverside Nurses on left III l'l ttlnt :: %: 11.1U"/ II"t. ., .
truant ,
Downing I hour 1\1"1', rots 1it 1:11"11 hi It. .'..'r, [\1 io ,
hull em'
:1.: .\ e ,
January 26th by a 24-21 decision I pawn 1lilt.. tll'all"r 1"1.>y, tad .'::11.-.. l"II\'l\n, hack ruts. 11'11 I 1 tight: ell.arI"Slip", :\1'1....r. (slitf
thrust .1111 !
tor their seventh win, the'! local- I 1.hOllle willow biikiK I fo "J't'\t'" l'-tersnn' Itillie 'l'h'IIII..II.' i l'hi"II." ., 1.IIIIII..a l'tip!
5. It's hH
suffered their last defeat of (letssasom I, I ( .
when King; Edward lassie-i carrying nsli

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