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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 15, 1948
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I Volfi 1 _No. 16 ----t''. S, N \\'AL AIR! STATION, KSONMLLK! FLA. r July I 111E I The Jax Air News long recognized as one of the foremost -
t :
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linquished its grasp on the top position this week, a casualty.

NATAC Swim Meet OpensToday of the "Battle of Finances"

With the number of personnel on duty at NAS Jack-

sonville at one of the lowest points_. in the station's history,
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t At Indoor Pool AT CONVENTION I to profits underwrite are no the longer cost sufficient of


printing an eight-page paper of
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Five star-studded swim- diving aquacade will\ be h<'Id dur- I -Tomorrow at 1000 the 800 mete I II this size. And since a station news-

' ming teams will go into action ing the inteimissions tonight and I swim will be run off and then a'' paper is an integral part of the

I tonight at :2000 in the hugs tomorrow The participants are !, 2000 tomorrow Might winners wil operation of an activity of the

f.. indoor pool in quest of ;Jie all personnel! of the An Station be decided in the 400 meter freestyle i magnitude of NAS, the only alternative -
I' the 300 meter individua was a reduction in the
who have been practicing/ toniidv .
annual Naval An 1 twining
third I Oil tlnE-S. medley the 100 meter freestyle paper's size.Admittedly.

Athletic Conference 1 three meter diving, an<< .
the fancy the smaller
.-- Pnysmal Training onuiais: : announced paper
I Swimming Championship : catty iiiis weiK lust me the 300 meter medley relay ("ventsThe will not be able to cover activities

Fift '-tlll'ee top-notch mei- meet wound oe open LO he geneidl; I team trophy will be awarded I here as comprehensively or as com-
to the reigning squad follow pletely as has been the custom in
all the
men ranging way public as well as station personnel ing tomorrow night's competition the past. A number of features of

from California to Florida l. and capacity crowds are ex I interest must, of necessity, be

have been entered in the nine peeled to attend the affair eliminated entirely Coverage of

f events. From a local standpoint, Ray Comdr. RobertsonIs the news of civilian employees,

I Foremost of the throng of contestants Trindade. three-meter diving; specialist the Naval Hospital, the Naval Air

is Johnny Higgins, NAS and Johnny Carroll, :star New NAATC Heat Reserve Training Unit, WAVES,
Pensacola ace. Higgins has won freestyleare expected to garner CPO's, and station sports is being -

I r titles in two previous NATAC points tor the Jacksonville entry Of AdministrationCaptain I at' drastically cut down. Photographic -

. meets copped two All-Navy Both Trindade and Carrollare ei coverage of important

I swimming championships in this currently attached to NARTU ,1 ,.., events is also being decreased
George C. Miller' wa, ,...._ ,1 ,"' T n n
holds two records here, Jacksonville and both have To even further reduce
same pool, a long : succeeded by Comdr. C. E. Robertson CAPTAIN FKANCIb LEEr' expendi-
and was once a member of the list of titles already their swim head of administration to tures for the Air News, a plan is
as \LIIKKT. Senior Chaplain at
United States Olympic Swimming ming histories being considered to publish an
the Naval Air Advanced Tramin]? NAS Jacksonville, participatedin
squad Other members of the XAS team Command this week memorial I service for the eight-page paper with a page
His running mate in the two- are Billy\ CluiRcnpeel also of a size of eight by eleven and a half
Delano Roosevelt
Franklin
administrative director late
The former -
night competition will be J. A, :NARTU N, F. CIII E. DeLoe inches. This would be printed by
,
ran has been ordered to NAi S::? and war dead of World War IIr the offset
Martin, another two-time winnerin J. Neiman, H, H. Srhieffler I., process on government
Alameda where he will take ove at the Democratic National Convention -
previous conference meetingsand E, Tyner, and W. C, Henwood( equipment. Accompanying this
duties as Com Nay 12 Chief o( in Philadelphia, Pa.
a point earner in the All-Navy change would be a reduction in
The finals in the 1100; meter Staff. Tuesday night. Captain Albert
meet here last August These two the number of copies printed and
Pensacola swim were slated to be held at Comdr. Rob,rtson had been Superintendent was designated to represent the abandonment
athletes have given the of the present
entry a decided favorite spot in j i| 1000. this morning and time trials of Aviation Tramini g), Navy Chaplains Corps by Sec- of distribution through Yard system
tot tonight's championship! eventsare here at NAS since June, 1947, Nav John I., Sullivan upon theh Mail\ Each
the 1948 NATAC team department would
being held this.: atternoon when he relieved Comdr, RalplL request of Sen. J. Howard Mi- appoint -
tion a to
messenger pick toecopies
competl-I Champions will\ be erowned tonight Shitlev, Grath, i hairman of the Demo- alloted up
The local NAS : to it at the 7th
gregaMon will match in the 200 metei tueslvle! I Lt t ('011<11'l, Conatsei wi II I I crati National Committee Thef N, D. print shop. Tentative date

Pensacola, NATTC 100 meter I na,'kstiok2OO, m.t.i s> i \'e as acting Superintendent n mtm >nal, sttvi'.'" wa heard for the
against :NAS inauguration of the snidll11sized -
Calif. I breast str'ok". and 400 meh'r freestyle Aviation. Ttaininn until Comdi roast tll roast in all radio net- I '
[I'mphis.l: AS Oakland Jax Air News is 6 Augll+t.
when relay "'\',nts Rllb'I'cnn':4: relict 411 iv s wl\'ks
and NATB Corpus Christ The Jax Air News was pub

the starting gun sounds tOnightat lished tor the lust time on 1

the local natatorium. I Fifth Anniversary Is Celebrated f! April 1913 upon the request of

In addition to the winning team the Commanding Otficer that this

title, modals will be awarded to station have its own ne\ spap'.

the individual winners, runneis-up, This Week By Air Station Bank Previously. a commercial weekly,
and third placers in each event. :'' the Jax Flyer, served NAS personnel -

Presentations will be made to the !, Originally the paper was
water-stars by high-ranking Navy One of the m"'I1"j ta<:+lilies the bank through t the veais who n tia. lr'jn' of station al'tI\' tThe eight pages, but it was expand

officials and five of Florida's most at NAS. the Station Bank c'elfbrated he expressed the banks appini- bank'> peak year way 1041! when to 12 pages on 22 June JI4 to

pulohtitudenous girls, all contestants its nfth annivenaiv M.)n' shun this week fur !the j''pl'I'alion it hHei" 4000 a'tl\' amounts include a NATTC section followIng -

in the recent MIllS Florida day marking its fifth straight and patronage:: it has received With, 190.01)01I"tonwI8 so far the collapse of NATle

competition at the Beaches I year of seivue to both militaryand <) from the N'aand its personnel this yam', Manager Clements: estimates nlwspa pt'rXhe Sleeve. Following -

To give the spectators an even civilian personnel here that the bank has handled demobilization, the Air News

better show, the local Physical A branch of the Barnett National Navy officials here have always ,. over a million in its live-veat' his- reverted to eight pages on 17

Training and Recreatian Department Bank of Jacksonville the Air been most cooperative, making lory. This volume ot business is January 19i6, its contemplated

has promised that a comedy- Station }Facility first opened its our job a pleasant one," h e about the same as a bank servinge peacetime size NATTC was still

-- -' -- --- ---- --- -- -- doors on 12 July 1943 E. O Clem- said. "And the stations t.rvic a city of from 10000 to 20000 included, although its section was

4-H ents, the manager, was one of the personnel and civilian employeehave s population cut from three to two pages. Civilian '-
Duval
County original staff dt "ight. The only been loyal patrons! In addition to offering all bankn news was t'ut simultaneously

one left ot that initial group he Business at the bank has rise mg services such as chicking at.'Hnllnll..1 .- from two pages to one page.

Club Members Are spoke ror all who have! served at and fallen with expansion and .on ( ( oil Page; 4)) When NAT1C moved to Memphis -

-- -- earlier this year, Mainsid
Visiting StationA FIFTH ANNIVERSARY FOR STATION BANK took the
over entire eightpagepaper
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on 4 March It. alone, has
group of 85 boy and 110: rL.a I1 '- i f fr m been suppottmg the paper financially -

girls, all members of Duval County ever since."Midge", .

'3 4-H Clubs, are enjoying a I .
week-long stay at NAS 11the 4 {

form of the organizations: annual Bryant Is
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summer camp. The youngsterscame

aboard Monday morning and First NAS WAVE To
will remain here until Saturday

This is the first time that a
Be Sworn Into USN
4-H summer camp has ever" been t

held at the Air Station although
Mildred Mav Biyant, PN2, be-
4-H Clubs
this site was used by
came the first WAVE
at NAS
.
before NAS was built. In the past
Jacksonville to be
sworn into the
few years, Duval County -I-H
regular Navy under Public Law
held Cherry
Clubbers have camp at -
r 62j when she took the oath from
LakeX Not only i is the stationa
Captain A. I. Malstrom, N.VS
Convenient spot lor the camp
but it will enable the boys and Commanding Officer, at the Conference -
Room of the Main Administration

glimpse
girls to get a first-hand
\last
Building week,
of the Navy
"Midge", as she is popularly
Their visit here provides an-
known to station personnel, enlisted -
other "first" for the station his-
in the Women
Reserve
on
tory books since never before has
10 March 1915: and received her
a group of gills outside the service -
been quartered aboard. They recruit training at Hunter College

are eating in the WAVES chow New York. She was first assigned .
to duty at NAAS Cecil
hall and,following a separate pr'>
Field and then transferred
was
gram fr&m the boys,
to NAS Jacksonville.
Arrangements for the visit. lure
Miss, Ono of the stations outstanding -
were made for the girls by
Pearl Lattitte, County Home Demonstration WAVE athletes starring on
Agent, and tor the the softball and basketball team
for the past two years, she is
T. ,
boys by Mr George Huggms E
tl s
currently attached to the NAS
,
assistant County Agent throughthe 3 +
N \S Public Information Of ro,, Personnel Office where she act

fleer, Lt. :Noma P. Reid. as section leader in the Reports 1
DI18io'n.A .
currently resident of Norwood Ohio

serving as "Mldg>" was employed by the

to the girls while Lt. John D Wright Aeronautical Corporationin

Russell is in charge of the boys Cincinnati prior to her enlist-
I ment in the WAVES

OHICHls'lrs ntHIHlt: 1 r"V .. .. t .
I'OSTPONI'11): B1
\i i \lit
j
('LUB MKKls ON TU:Sn.\I "S ... ,
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The Officers' Wives Bridge: Club
meets (every Tuesday at 1300 in Tilt: T,\'fOllMt celebrates its fifth anniversary this week. A facility of the Barnett National Covered Dish Supper

the lounge at the "0" Club, it Bank in Jacksonville. it was established here in 1943 for the convenience of military and civilian scheduled for 21 July by the Ladies

was announced by Mrs, James I personnel of the Air StatIOn. (Top) The staff of the bank gathers/ around Ed Clements, manager, Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve'

A. Brough this week. Anyone de-I second from right, to hear a congratulatory message from the parent bank They are, left to right, Association, has been postponed

siring to join the club can Irene Moore Judy Richard Ruby Thomas, Era Nichols and J. Hilley Lola King, another member of the indefinitely. Mrs Cleo \\ .vtqjeipublicity .

further information by calling Mrs. II bank staff, wag away on vacation when the photo was taken ( Bottom Everyone is busy handling chairman of the group

Brough at 8-9864. patrons who have just received their weekly PlAY checks announced this weoi"kE


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: CORNER .

It is often difficult for a marl
to look objectively at the events
I which 'touch his life closely. Bo
bound are we by the limit. of our
personalities, our likes and dislikes .
and our early training that
J' 1'I TLW j! I we are frequently greatly biased
in our, judgments even when we
t believe ourselves to be most fair. _

.. To get others to see things as
we do is an almost universal human
:
%! ambition. There is the illustrative
case of the little girl
whose mother was trying hard to
break her of the habit of telling
falsehoods. One afternoon she
ran into the parlor in the presence .
t of guests and excitedly announced
,... .
;wd that there was a lion in
the backyard When they told hr
how impossible it was, she still
insisted. Investigation proved It"*
to be a St. Bernard dog from' a
neighbor's kennel. Her mother sent
; the little girl upstairs to her room .
with instructions to ask God to

forgive her for telling a lie and
# ik not to come down until she was
sure she had been forgiven
i\\ cw' In a'ery few moments tM
tiny lass came tripping brightly
down the stairs. To her mother
"
w p7t J t stern, and have you asked Gods
I forgiveness for that lie?" she replied -

"Oh yes, I did, mama, and,
do you know, God forgave me
44Tet right away. He said He thought it
was a lion, too!"
+ W'e would many times be relif v-
h ed of the necessity of self-vindi
e pffit ;sits j. cation if we would only say to

I ourselves before making a decision -
"How does this look from
the other pE'nJon's view. Would _
{i I do differently if I felt the way
._ he does and saw things in his
.- i r 11I'l !,; dIJIj'iliifi\ >'"' 'i" 1IIIiIL$,>. t.'JIIIi "
KACITKME tAN HIGH around the NARTl hangar last Saturday morning when Marine Reserve fighting, Squadron 144 light A successful general or
and several members of the Marine Air Deatchment took off for two weeks of active training duty at Cherry Point Enlisted ground- admiral outguesses his adversaryby
crewmen shoved oft at 0600 in Navy transport planes upper left i while pilots took to the skies ( upper right i two hours later in NARTU mentally placing himself in the
I Corsairs which will be flown in the maneuvers in North Carolina it all eastern Marine an' reservists. Major Tom Mobley, Commanding Officer t other man's situation. A winning
of VMF-144, t dower left I piloted his plane to The maneuvers Lt. Col! Robert A. Black C O ot the Manne Air Detachment, dower chess player is always giving hisopponent's
-nter> left by transport with the men. Sgt. Frank Saxon and M Sgt E H. Lemaar (dower right) checked off the planes in the possible maneuvers as
NARTU Operations room as they departed for Cherry Point. j much thought as his own.
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Remember that gaunt haggard training period, Gold Head BranchState content is involved, we miss a multitude -
,
look on Chief Stonemetz' Well, Park has been named as the of opportunities to do the
ee 4-end i during our last drill, he showed locale and, although we were only\ ''kindly, gracious act that brings
I tip looking the very picture of I kidding about the sauerkraut, 'happiness simply because we do
I health. Some of the boys thoughthe I there will be eats aplenty Mon not consider the interests and fetl-
1/Iino 7 fA Notes had discovered a new super I information about this gala affair ings of the other persons involved
vitamin pill and was eating them will be available at the start I I It is stimulating psychologically
7 horn' like peanuts, but we were Informed I of our active duty period : and religiously to occasionally
that he had just returned : WELCOME ABOARD There take a stance outside of ourselves
from a ten-day trip to Buffalo, were lots of new faces around I I and look at the bundle of characteristics

-r NJIRTUfT..k New York, where he stayed with the squadron this past week-end. ;i that make up the personality -
his folks. The strategy board met Among them was an old Saratoga : which our associates have
I
again and we decided that it and Yorktown sailor whom many to meet day after day. With Bobby
w.eh'. .I.m. I. det.ted t. }'AOo! R.a 131, .ae .f the t.. .erh. .ead must have been his mom's cooking I of you may know He's Chief B Burns we fervently exclaim:
..
ea.ke.q.adr. at ARTl.-d..
: ) On his way up he had a head- B. Burmeister of Toledo, Ohio and I i I "0 would some power the gIfIM

HEY, XIR PRESIDENT-Our Lions Club, a member of the Na- on collision with a pig in South I those of you who were on eitherof I gl' 11'I
own P H. Gay, YNT2, who is at- tional Association of Soft Water I i Carolina What some guys won't those two fighting flattops will t To see ourwlve aft others Me
tached to the Personnel Office, Service Operators, and, also a do to lay in a supply of pork I want to shake' hands and say helloto I 11.4The !"
has been elected President of the member of several social organ- I chops! the chief. As for the chief ,I other man's viewpoint
Jacksonville Beaches Junior izations including the Atlantic Chief Cissna will probably be himself he's been around NARTU r would mean much more correction
Chamber of Commerce, the out- Beach Club and the Ponte Vedra putting In for special! liberty only one weekend but he's already of our lives than is now taking
fit which did such a marvelousjob Bath Club. A pretty busy guy sometime during his two weeks of got the spirit and pledgesto j place, the planing off of many
of staging the Florida Beauty but he still finds time to attend all active' training duty. Seems that help make our outfit as fine a rough places and sharp edge
Pageant last month. Harper, as he squadron drills.% I the story has sent him a special FASRon as may be found anywhere And then sometime In a place of
if better known to his shipmates, I THE WORD--Everyone is talk- ETA. I in the service_ quiet solitude perhaps a chapelor
lives at Atlantic Beach and is ing about our forthcoming two NUMBER ONE Let's brag, a church to mount slowly)
owner and operator of the Beach weeks of active training duty fellas after all, Beth Harkey, above the stars and approach the
Soft Water Service. An active when we get the chance to oper- who was chosen as Miss FASRon I viewpoint of that Great Personality -
member of the Jaycees since their ate for a long enough period to 158, also copped high vote and who sees and knows all To
founding, he was chosen as one of make it seem as though we're was named Miss \\'eekf'ndVar- look at ourselves as He in all His
the three outstanding men of theyear back in harness for keeps again. rior of 1948. Just in case any of At thtatlva! (htprli. ltirmlothm righteousness and purity must
1947 The election to his present This far, we know that at least you were in the nickel seats when ,Void and Mu.ll. Avenue look letting God viewpoint has

high post was unanimousin fifty percent of our members will the big anniversary contest came OH3O v\o'hip I'rot>e \.ta.'ct &hplain Os'al caused some of the finest and
tribute to the excellent service be able to get away from their off, let me tell you about her ( vA, Houpi noblest men this world has produced
which he has rendered the Junior jobs for those all-important two Oh, those big blue eyes"" 1045 General Uniship San, ice Chaplain to exclaim, "I am less than
Chamber during the past three weeks but, of course, we hope that'I SAUERKRAUT SPECIAL Sunday R' L.School Muiph0930 \ the least! How faltering and imperfect -
years. We didn't know it because the actual number attending will i Hey, gang, bring the wife and I ('.IK.lic Small Chapel, am I who have believed
Harper is a rather quiet type of represent a far higher percentage kids to the picnic now being arranged Oil K>--Main I myself so sufficient for all cir
fellow, but our spies have informed I oo.'tQAtaaaChaplain cumstances'!"
for us by our skipper. Lt I i
J.
M.
us that he's also Adjutant of I Co'le will offl-l llIl oat There is indeed ample room for .
Plans are underway for another Comdr. Bill Gittings. It will take bothlHxaei.
the Veterans of Foreign Wars RON hop while we're out on the I place on 26 July which is the An ouidooi :NUIXCIV' for mull "nil. improvement when we know aboutoursf'h..s
Post at the Beat. a Board oflhtf'ctors base: on continuous active duty 'second Monday of our annual dies 1JOO: I I. maintained beiaC n (fo t0) .,n<> oven as we are known.
member of (haclam Robert L :MurchvWHO'LL .
the_.Beaches. Qualifications will be based pn- -_. .
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marily on a perfect record of BE THE WINNER?

Jax Air News attendance at squadron drills
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during the past six months and
KditorUI Office those who are elected Mill be informed u

( (tilth Wing, Lower Meek, during the beginning of
HMg. 930 the two-week period. The destination -
Telephone txt..n"ion-8IM, is, as yet, unknown, but
rumors are flying as usual. Some
Arthur M. Greene, Editor
say it'll be New Orleans, others
The JAX AIR NEWS is published say' Dallas, while Floyd Bennett
weekly at the U. S. Naval Field in Brooklyn and St. Louis I l
Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, have also received mention.
and printed commercially with Wherever it will be you can rest 1t
non-appropriated funds at no expense assured of the fact that it will be )
to the government and In'' well worth while and lots of fun
compliance with SecNav Circular at the same time
Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December I Three men received advance-
1945. Copies are distributed free ment in rating during the month.
of charge at the Naval Air Sta- They are R. W. Lynch, A. D.
tion, the Naval Air Reserve Training Frve, and R. C. Williams All advanced -
Unit, the Headquarters of the from SR to AA. Good luck
Naval Air Advanced Training fellows keep up the good work .'
e
Command, Headquarters of the ROVING REPORTER MarioN
Seventh Naval District, Naval, Dc-loreto and his Mrs. started
Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field the fiscal year off in fine fashion .

nnd the U. S. Naval Hospital when the stork came in for a -m--.____ ._.._......_,_ M. ..... ., : '.. ....-
r iIIIi'! >>r" :.!2i- .
smooth landing at St. Luke un I**IOS K>Tit IKS in'! rh. fveihaul and
Iiepa
Th JAX AIR NEWS U e member of Hospital on 1 July It 8 a six ami were pr. .r't./j i ti w..rker !last! Thurda8' Depaitm. i Pi'rsonalit Girl" contest
the Ship Editorial noon if th mat -,
Association 5i&t
and
one-half pound baby boy, and both dUll<"i.,.>. HI" 1.UI'I..tlc'OO 1'1 tht BlllfUIII). fr.illnwms the intro-
the Ann*-Forces Press Sr n I...-. Re award tor mvd) a ii ingle Imi and hid
j>r ,durtlon of material from these mother and son are reported to bf- Hit. left tip lI.ht; Mh/J.ar..t: O'-ttiman tf Inilmtioi. MHI i 11".r. t through the t'l"owd.i They
tnurttr mut tsar. a credit line doing fine. Nobody ever mentions I Mt'antr. ,.1 tht I tai} i,t VI\ r.wn. J< hanna Ji,rci.iii I 1 I/"fllf' .ibmm;' if Power Plant Mary
Henttcn of either matter .,," how the father does but we'd like utrvmimul VIM1t-'t'llibly and Salvage, Irniajeun Snowberger
MatiJUa
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trrvtee pMbllcatioiM. U pia Rt'JlUb-1) : Stioupt of Auto Tunas'!. Loris Diggers of
witlMMrt }*rmtartc J1KWS. be in! pretty good shape, too Equipage was not present, and the nominee fiom Flight Test has not Pr'f'N4ing.yet! been Dorothy named Hutto of







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SEEK JOBS AT NAS I .

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bA: Commercial: Bulletin


r. Bulletin$ win be fccreptesJ until space has bees< filled, but DO c--

r': 1 .l-r than 1000 FOR Tiiewlay.SALE J it., 8530.f .

Electric Ice box, gas stove, automatichot
.I' use with" two bedroom., .unp rlor, water, heater, and all new furnl-
.' and dining loom combined tuie. Chlldien welcome. Call Mrs,
living room with fireplace, screened Gene I-e Rosen, ext. 680.Furnished .
porch tile shower electric automatic five-loom lower duplex,
hot water heater, new electric
Rock wool Insulation! and Venetian
stove and Ice box Also garage with blinds throughout. Would prefer K 4c
laundry room chicken bovine, dock adults who are expecting stay I
i, and boat Some land in cultivation for some time. $100 per on\\ For I
and partly fenced. Located on Ortega further Information tall Mrs M. T. I a. A1'AeI
Fauna Boulevard, 7/10th of a W I lIOn, ;2-6298 I ___
mile from 104th Street. Priced at V
Will share my apartment with two business YQwe
E. H. Hughes. 2-4670, I t
; h ,11.000. women or young couple with I tz
90-K'auge Remington pump gun lit per- small child Dinner served If desired -
feet conditionor $75 Phone Win Phone MM. Stella Palmer, :2- RI".
Ardeeser ext. 8249, luring work. 3658
Ing hours
bath and kitchen
Furnished room with
1947 Bendlx (DeLuxe) washing ma-
chine like new. Original cost $2.:>5. privileges Mrs W. D. Motion, 8- N.Cv
will sell for $175 See I. G Reyn- 1183.
''o olds. AMC at jacket office In VF- Slx-room house, furnished or unfurn- iTiL Ny
llshed has Just been redecorated In-
ATU No.1, Hangar 116
;. Three-bedroom brick veneer bungalow Hide. Immediate. possession Phone -,. "" ....,-
George, 3-0274-J, or see at 4 .36 Tim-
with" screened breezeway and attached I, uquana Rd TilE EMPLOYMENT SECTION of the Industrial Relations Division was crammed with applicants
Floience heater
'; ) with garage blower Venetian space blinds- Nice bedroom with adjoining bath and for jobs at NAS last week. reminiscent of the war days when all-out efforts were being madeto

? metal awnings, electric water heater kitchen privileges( In Avondale. Mrs find sufficient workers for the station The job. seekers are applying for employment in Overhauland

On. lot 75x123. beautifully landscaped Room Thompson, furnished, 2-J02S or unfurnished. In Repair where 800 openings were recently announced Other prospective employees are jammingthe I

Telephone center under and construction.bus service, shopping Price nice section of Riverside. See Mary offices of the Florida State Employment Service in town where IRD representatives have setup

$12750: M. F. Chapman 5228 Emory fulllngton at 2545 Oak Street Francis temporary headquarters to screen applicants for positions at NAS.
Circle. or phone 9-0886. Court Apartments Apt. 20. -- -- --- -_. -. ---
Baby bed made of good maple, Three-room apartment with bath near
prac-

b-tlcally Ptncluded.new Call Mattress Lyda Huff and at springs:2-8269.! Master bus route bedroom Mrs: L neat H.two Long.bus 7-8437 lines. InspectingThe & !

(Champion:>> 4,2 h,p. outboard motor In Located at 712 Edgewood Avenue HEEi1
Call Mr. Smith 2-4905.
:
exceptionally good condition. Call
ext 525 In the dajtlme or 287 Two-ioom apartment with kitchenette. f.L I
evenings -
Lt Kldildge Will rent to couple Edna Stewart, ,I- AROUND -
= -
Three rooms of furniture and washIng 2t>50 Herschel Street, or phone 7- A & RCONTEST
mathlne See John Flnkbone ati :}!j:5.: Inspectors
!. 1279 Cumberland: RdHerltoom Room In Riverside, near river. For CHATTER. Well,
suite dlnlng-ioom suite, and one or two gentlemen. Has twin I folks, the contest is in its final a
living room suite Also portable bar beds. two closets, radio and private I Ity Helen Jlurnrtte : stages.. We have had Miss Florida -
What's this hear about
In house we
Lt Powell 8-2279 bath. No other roomers Chief and Mrs C. H. Smith wishto you,
3941 PImouth business coupe with, b. H. Berg 7.4745' : express their grateful appre- : Miss Jacksonville, Miss Tangerine Libbya ? Where did you learn Mind

heeler In excellent conditionlll MISCELLANEOUS ciation to all personnel in the As- and now it's up to the I sculpturing ? Understand you were
Mil for SS2S Also tenda hasftlnette of A&R to elect "Mi baby employees
WANTED--Couple to share a seenroom sembly and Repair Departmentswho I doing quite a job of it at Jax
", seven-uay floor lamp, and home, Ith hot water gas, and' I A&R" or rather, "Miss Sweetheart Beach Folks in Engineering
other general household have shown interest in the
futnlshlngs
See L. lt'. Salvull VU Unit. Hangar lights: Phone, 7.6051 and ask for Mrs. I illness of their small daughter. of the A&R". As you all I are always vsdiking out of their
117. or 3JO.JB: C.lbbs EatenIng.WANTEDRide probably know, this is the first
I : Avenue DewevI'aik from Stockton and Sorry to report that Mrs. Helen tral Olson Sts, to NAS Gene Buttonext II time that a Miss A&R has ever I become a professional "dress but-
chief clerk is
3W7 Regal DeLuxe Studebaker Styron, our con-
: Com-
rounder. 581). between OW 0> and 16.K: I ILOSTGI'f'en been chosen (tas far as we can toner. You can't ignore a lady'srequest
tout-door
Cllmatlzer and fined to her home by illness We
-. birthstone ).
.. ring ,J oveidilve, like bland newlll sell I find out ) and that makes NAS tho' Mr. Lamb 1
can ,
Lost at Chiefs Pool If found, call hope you will soon be able to return you
'1.\ equity or trade for a light ('Ar. Jacksonville a little more than
I We miss
smile
Boots Hardln, ext 361. Rewaid Tiny's bright ,
I Mrs
.11+: Chief Gates VF2. I StyronCongratulations I
;. : Not man Street Hangar Dewey 116 Pal ori808A k. BABY SITTER' : -Day 01 night Bring to Chief and original, don't you thiijk. ? Let'sshow and we hope she enjoys her leave

--.r..+..w, l-melul Ice-hot: In good condition. them baby to and my home.single Crib bed available for small for Mrs Frank Chimarusti on the arrival everyone that we can back I just heaps. Just know Emmett
uA, 7 -lb. capacity $:q. Mil Carnt'4j .\ child For further Information, call and support our IDEAS. Tracy is enjoying himself at
of a new baby boy, Saturday
():,! Irvington Avenuelotge .
From the contestants presentedto I
Smith at ext 8334 Ridgecrest, N. C. and we'ie
> oil cliculutlng healer, ''reason morning, July 10th,
able. BABY SITTER Available Monday a large audience last Thursday, glad to see Charlie Hoard back
;, Call D. P Tiaer. ext. 763. or ;
we at 1154 Mut ra) Drive through Saturday Call Barbara Flatgrate I one will emerge victorious, and it I from his vacation. .
Bldg. Sty, Apartment 1, ext I
t ', Vailous aitlcles of uniform Including &147.TAILORINAlleratlonll. t tI will be a heck of a job to pick a Personnel &: Administration by
': dress overcoat, chiefs khaki coats,
tops trousers and other and stilplng ippLv1 winner because every entry is a Dot IU\ 'kson-Congratulations to
rap articles,
done. J. F. Kodatt Bldg. 700, room
I, nearly a complete chief wardrobe. honey. I the young ladies who were selected
102.
Will sell all for $100 Personally, we think the win- I
.. or separately.See BABY SITTER-Call for Carol Dodson for the "Personality Girl" contest t
.:. ; Mrs. H. t. West Route 7, Box at ext. 834V' or see at 1015 Barln fesALUESWelcome ner's campaign might line up I last week. Jean Snowberger is
6H6-H. 103id
Sleet foul and one- Street. NAS, like this She
half miles Irom \Vesconnett3WI something : might the contestant from Personnel
J WANT D -Ride from Murray Hill I
Haile>'-Davidson 74 motorcycle Section, coiner of Murray Drive and have the Personnel in Planningand Come on, Jean, and come in in
-. '.' O.H.V., extras Reasonable for cash Headley Streets or Hamilton and Engineering to help her from I first place.
or will' trade for car of same value Stieets. Working hours. I ending In Disassembly and Salvage -
Headley
up Welcome aboard
Helen Steward
t See Holt, VF 1 rdalo shop, or Bur-
';'i lacks "D," OSOO to 1630 Maxlllne Bernard ext. I She will have to be a Power Understand that Helen Un-

.'" Two-bedioom. while stucco, corner Will 8144.give away tree. two small puppies home: To Merle Cook, Plant for the Assembly of votes. stad went to Atlanta recently
Fr;. home. Tile bath, scieened porch, to anyone who will give thema who returned last week from herdaysanddays' During the Process, she will have and had a wonderful time. Helen,
hardwood floors,
o (' > eatht'l'.trlpped.heating systemmpletely Call. good home Will make Ideal pets leave, during which to use all of her Accessories and I you're holding out on us.
Oieene
for small children or adults I
Lon -8944M.J 4551 Blount Avenue, llmuquana Manor I she journeyed to North Carolina Equipment to Plant In the mindsof This week is election time for
: .I Girls bicycle with" 16" wheels and I -White Lake--to visit her in- the employees that the Production our Shop Committee again. Let's

I 1 t.;: See balloon at 1109 tires Allegheny In excellent Rd condition, or call WANTED-Ride for two ladles from laws and take it easy in general 'I of votes is the main idea all get out and vote to get the

:i h '. Schwelghofer ext 588. ., Stockton. Working and Edison hours Streets. 0745 ,to or 16JO:vicinity I Peas in a pod: At Billie von to finish up this contest in a blazeof best men in.

+, Xlnlatuic washing' machine, like new Call L. Courson. 7-6372: or ext. 8144. Hofen house there are, at present Electronic fireworks. Miss Dunbar spent the weekend
v with wringer Can be seen at 105B 'OUl'iD.-Female collie dog with vaccination -i no less than 16 guests from i It's a sure bet that some high- of the fourth at the beach
:. Cecil Field, or contact D. M. Smith,
f)j'' ext 420 tag from San Jose reveals Anima! Pennsylvania who have been there -pow ered number is going to be Understand that Bill Yeats went

Maple living loom suite. maple bedroom Hospital to be Navv Investigation man named Welding owner for three weeks and will stay the winner, but can a compromise fishing over the week-end And
I
suite, maple kitchen fuinltureconsisting Owner should contact Mrs. Net; on several more. At that Grand Ho- Ibe reached on a representative of the motor on the boat quit put-

,.', four chairs of Also extension five pairs table of lace and at 91920.: tel, they keep off each other say--Accessories and Equipmentand puttin'. So he had to row back.
cuitalns with rods, metal kitchen toes by making home movies, go- I Disassembly and Repair Interesting Good exercise..
stool and Sampson card table SeeR ing swimming, and playing cards. thought tho', eh what ? Welcome back, Comdr. Briggs!
C Johnson, HMC, 3310B Ciibbs INSIDE
Avenue, Dewey Park, Call after 16MJ : BVH claims she and her family Engineering Caroline Irlg- Accessories Division by Eli/A-
A n M7 Mercury club coupe In perfect are' "having a wonderful time" gerWas gonna tell who caught IwthluhNow: that summer Is
: condition Original owner Price. I PUBLIC WORKS Ercil Downs, in Stock Con- what and how many over the 4th in full blast, the Optical Shop ia
2'. $1105.* Call :Nary Duty, eat 512 I' week-end and there lots of
trol, is on her vacation which was the scene of a lot of hub-bub.
:I fair 2-45 condition.Harley Davidson Will take motorcycle SUM cash In. I Apparently we have just gone includes traveling around the I "catching," but not fish. Herb I Suntans are compared, fishing pictures

i Contact B. J. Pariett. AD3 ext 5 U; through an unusually warm per- State and visiting Louisiana, especially -! Hall did catch a few, and a nice are displayed, and stone
:3541 Ford station wagon with new' iod of weather because everyonewe New Orleans and Texas j i two pound bass' but don't ask I of the "one that got away" are

tip been tires leflnlshexl, paint..ood..ork Body and ;motor has Just In button-holed for some news Lost: Lil Killough of Dis- i him what happened to it. Bill swapped. In case you're interested

excellent condition See Shrum In said: "Gosh, it's been too hot to 'posal has inadvertently disposedof I Early got quite a mess of shrimp, here's the dope. The bass ate

;. Personnel Office, Bldg. 954. do anything." As a result, news is her much-treasured cigarette we understand. Charlie Trescot biting at anything you toss them

J'.1'. :3M2 paint CroKley job, and convertible top Sacilflce new at flies$195, scarce. A few, however, cooled- I lighter. While the lighter has caught a nice -well, a cold. Bob in Doctor Inlet. Bream, perch,

t cash >', M. Jones, 44391.Fup off sufficiently to report the following -!I more sentimental than pecuniary Griffin says he caught up with and cats are still going strong
*r Flame circulating oil heater, items: Alice Gibbons entertained I value, Lil is conducting a thorough I his shut-t' 'e I dike so many of And don't you laugh at a homely
$40.! Lt Berg 8-1'HM friends from California I search for the item and of- us folks did), and Nick Pulignano catfish. Skinned, and broiled with

Two-bed In loom Lake Shore concrete Close block to schools bungalow -, that, new territory) with supperat fers a small reward for its return says he caught up with his yard butter and a bit of lemon there

bus church and shopping center the Beach last week-end. (She'll buy you a coke.) Lost chores (but does one really ever j j is no better fish anywhere. Try
.. 4756 Colonial Avenue. > HA financed, Doc Melsheimer returned from his last week by the coke machineon catch up') Walt Howard doesn't | 'em sometime. Down towards

Small Phone cabin Mr suitable DeSchene for at week-ends 97913. on vacation spotting a "hang-out" the 2nd deck landing, it has think so Did I hear you say Kingsley Lake, stop off at Black

shady properly with 125 feel of war sport shirt and looking full of initials LWK engraved on the side something' about removing the Creek. Fish; there are rather small

terfiont Located 10 miles below vim and vigor Don Traer has within a diamond-shaped scroll.If grass and planting concrete, Mr. but good, and out towards Max-

.C.reen Cove call Springs GUM,on.For 91188.further information taken up photography levelop- you can help her recover it, H. ? ville is Brandy Branch, a pole

C, A Tovey 'call her at 515 Leola Har -' fisherman's
-.rayle.r Tot deluxe stiollei.I $8: Stork. ing) as a hobby I paradise With J1
line bathlnette, $1: cur bed and pad, spent the week-end in Titusville :, grove's daughter, Betty, will be 1 dingers, say' the players. In the these campaign posters for Miss
$10. All like! new Russell, ;2-6'JJ5! f iwhar's 'at 7') It is reportedthat married in August Dan Sharpe cation "H A." Lee went to A&R, we're baffled Why bother?

I'OK KKNT: Don Carraway is opening a went fishing last week-end at l a wedding in Sanford over the After all, "Blondie" Dnnkwater,

Sleeping room for middle-aged workIng : skating rink complete with rubber Talmo Fishing Camp and promptly 'I week-end. Lee says funerals No. 13 is a cinch to win it .
nice home. Call
Mrs woman\Mlton desiring 2.02.0< after 18JO: I flooring to provide that soft touch fell out of the boat You'd and weddings make him sad All these vacations keep me dizzy.

Large apartment with electric .Kitchen when necessary J. Eckels, who 'never guess who calls the loungethe Katherine Cavanaugh was welcomed You never know where anyone is
and pilvute ('nt I'a nee. Phone teaches piano, must have an appreciative "Romance Room"--and further into the File Unit as a any more. Sara Owens is in Utah

:. Walker at apartment 2-T657 with" fc.Fiveloom .large looms group because they "refuses" to be named here I transfer from Supply last Monday visiting her daughter Mrs. Coop

Two bedrooms has lefilgerator and bring him flowers J, H. Vin- Golf Tournament: Only two she stepped right into a desk I er. Dave Lunden is communingwith
automatic hot water heater $85 per yard has a dried-out garden for of the first-round matches had of work We expect some nature in his own small way.
month Call Hairy Kale'hi'en. 9-9 :53Thieeioorn sale Glad to report the return -I.been completed by the time we 'tall fish tales from E. L. Griffinon Ruth Grundmann was out title
bland
Ith
new
;' lame rooms apartment plenty' of closet space, to work of Joseph Franz,. went to press, but they were hum- his return from leave C P. last week. Sarah Is back after a
Iff",': ." tile hath and drain board. S6:) per who has been ill if we recollect -- McCord returned to work Monday i visit to Atlanta The cable shop
,,'. month, Many Kolchien, 9-'*>63. right, Mr. Franz has been 1------ -plans ofa from leave, although he enjoyed was desolate the other day and

..", "' Sleeping and possible loom kitchen with private privileges.entrance One here almost nine years Cleve Supply couple Golidlocks 'the cool atmosphere of Tennessee there was a notable lack of smiles

back) from bus line. Mis. Norman Loveland and his inspection boys 'would have a helluva time getting heck, it's only been around Where were you, Hargnett? .
2.1x111.y welcomed Nell Holebrook in Mon- any porridge away from Sure- 96 degiees here in the shade Whitey Morris reports there wasa

..; Room and beds board, home-like.good eats and Loc comforlahle 'sted<<- day as the replacement for Alec shot!: Scott's house Sue Adams E. J. Mognlgal says it should be hushed silence' in the prop

t at 2115: Foibe Street Phone N. Vaughan who la going to Maintenance -, will become Mrs. Bill Norton on news to report someone who didn'tgo shop this week. For a second, everyone

Crosby. 7-43.16 to assist Bart Dockrell 'August 7th, and you can expectto fishing and he's it L. R. froze in his tracks, then

Nice room for working couple. some I Faunce McCulley is taking two see the official announcement Boyer hasn't been around to dazzleus whistling and yelling tore loose.

..._ kitchen IrhllegtMn.. Bariett2W783 days off as a preview of his va-'' in this Sunday's T-U. The with his Hollywood neckties What happened The future Miss

" furnished! home, linens In- Thorpe-Roy Forrest match, the I pic by the way is the same one recently perhaps he's having A&R just passed We under-
.c.mPI.ttIY From 15 July to 15 Septem- I play was neck-and-neck up to taken for the beauty contest them dyed a brighter hue, if pos- stand Mexiell is looking for two

per month L>da Huff the 18th where Ray "Seige-gtin" I Mrs Harold McGeorge, Billie Cox sible Ralph Mosley will soon young men-object, matrimony. It

Two-ioom 2-K'Y.I uimiiment. nicely fuinlshH Forrest faded his drive a little to many Supply-ers who knew her j occupy a private office to cpnduct seems that he rents to two young

!. Will share kitchen $10 per Into the rough, and Lt. Comdr, I when she worked here, visited I his Shop Personnel duties ladies who cant settle down at
week Mrs Gross 43S7: Post Stu-et. Thorpe took the hole. In the 110 last week during her stay i I Note to Lt. Busbee, Transportation -I night. Tippet and Chaney are the

Two-l droom completely furnished Sharpe-Tom Forrest match Jack with Lilli Claud Incidentally, I Division Superintendent: how 1 only prospects so far Can
Laktshoie All electrickitchin
house jn. will be available hum 1 was sinking such long putts on writes Lilli of the recent changeof !about some news from :your group ? :you imagine this: Barney Fuller

August to 1 October\ For further In- the green that the round also : events: are they too good or too getting up at five to milk his
foim>itl"n mil )II'. Loilmlcr at 2- ended one up for Pharpr Other One day' ve go-.''ii'' day we sissy; bad to be itemed ? Laurie goat; Hardman going to work

;n Corne SM04: bedroom next to hath ; kitchenpilvllegra matches must he completed by n.It'a rllf'c1 tn live. from Jay- Rosenburg has the new-car fever with a big knot on his head; Klum

If desired Next to shopping this' wffk-cnd, for final scores on to-day. he says that's all he can af- finally getting his car fixed; Sailors

,.' center and bun line, In Lake- the first round must be in to I \\'eJ'f" our faces fixed to g rl.\t'- ford right now_the ff'verbut I Tippet and Chaney trying to

Bhnrt:,id('sit tu Mi me( Rhodes with l till 2',':f't 1245Furnlf large Cobv by Monday morning Then loandbliol l )n route a he I id planning and that's'! all pick up Miss Dixieland at Daytona,

'MI ,'iv ,ind 1th, Oniv one bttliuorn Look for an announcement here ; reprieve! for this week I Beach th. 4th of July.






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Page Four SPORTS JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 15 July 1948



_ EARLY GRID CANDIDATES Fliers Lose Four More-; .1





uz "E's.' :j! Average Dips Below .SOOt'


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The NAS Flier baseballtune's ;
--hit:
but at press time there wan a pos- ing hurler's chance for
i season average last sibility that the series would be no-run game in the last of the

week plunged below the .500 cancelled It it is, then the only seventh with a clean ground ball

; mark for the first time this o games remaining to be played this single over second base Jerry

1 I season when i more defeats year will be two with NAS Nor- Hosaflook of the Fliers hit safely
I'in the eighth, but rain caused the
i folk and two with Camp Lejeune.
i brought the locals' campaign '
termination of the game and the
: l 1 record to 26-27. If the Jax In a seven-inning abbreviated score reverted to the previous inning
jr\ ( >l' meeting with the Quantico Ma- .
1 'squad fails to win majority
a 'rine Devildogs at Mason Field
W I The Marines scored twice in the
of its remaining contests, 'Sunday, the local: sluggers were
I third, twice in the fifth, and three
then it will be the first NAS only able to garner one binge times in the seventh to clinch the

?1 :\ nine to finish a season with from the slants of Marine pitcher verdict. Ray Gruca of the visitors
John Cherinko who led his teamto
paced the attack with two hits
more losses than wins in the
a decisive 7.0 win. Jim Daley
I
Iin
four trips to the plate
I S ; history of NAS Jacksonville. went all the way for the Fliers,
Flier How Again
S. Coach Frank McCaffrey's giving up only seven safeties, but
F I Taking their third straight win
; charges were scheduled to meet four Flier errors helped to con-
from the Fliers this season, the
the Cherry Point borsehiders at. tribute to his defeat.
Parris Island Marines connectedfor
Mason Field today and tomorrow. Dick Newport ruined the visitShaw -
I ; --u_-_-_-_ -_ -_-_-_------.-_ __ _- -,- eight hits Friday at Mason
< \ Field to cop a 5-3 verdict. "Ace"

$S Hurls Softballers, To the Woolbright Fliers went but his all mates the way c t'.

not bag enough bingles to give

r 2 Wins Over Parris Island him a winning margin.

: : The visitors surged to the forein

; : Led by Daryl "Dumpy" Shaw who gained credit for the first inning when two singlesand

two more wins, the NAS Jacksonville varsity softball nine errors by Woolbright and

hammered out a pair of victories over the Parris Island Bill Crane gave them two runs
and a lead which they never relinquished -
., :Marines at the Power Plant diamond last Saturday and o Art Dunkerton's round-

v'" Sunday. Shaw twirled a brilliant one-hitter Friday to trip tripper in the fifth sewed up the '
JERRY WALTERSK1KCIIEN, left and Dave Barksdale. right, a I'
pair of early candidates for the 1948 Jax-Navv eleven, get some pre- the Marines, 11-7, and then came in to relieve Tom Whitein ball game for the haid-hittlng;
Marines from South Carolina
I practice instructions from coach Don Jacka Walterskirchen was the sixth inning Sunday and I
A three-run rally in the seventh
Marines. Tom White started for
the 1947
the Pensacola Goslings' top quarterback during campaign hold the visitors at bay while the the closest the locals
the Fliers but walks inning was
while Barksdale was adding to his grid laurels as field general for I gave up eight
the Corpus Christi Comets. II locals scored one run to take a T-6 and had to receive help from came to making a game of It.
decision. Shaw with none out In the sixth Dick Newport slashed a double to
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In the opener with the leathernecks inning right and Pinky Higgins and Gus

Sixty CandidatesAnswer the Fliers leaped off to a With the score tied 8-8, in the Gushanas singled to spark the attack -

. three-run lead in the first frame I eighth inning, Richard Dickson in that inning. -

and then sewed up the win by tallying -I singled to left field Then Walt I The Eglin Field baseball team
Coach's First Grid CallAbout i eight times in the third. Vendetelli, local third-baseman, I took two straight victories from

The big blow of the game was : laid down a sacrifice bunt. Dick- the Fliers early in the week by
60 husky gridders answered -- Shaw's four-bagger in the third son rounded second on the bunt scores of 7-3 and 15-12 Flier
Head Coach Don Jacka's ets ground gaining back of last with two men on base. I but was thrown out at third, Ven- hurlers Johnny Stilchen and Bob

call for practice last Monday aft- ; year's eleven. Three returnees All seven of the visiting runs detelli going to second. He then Duvall just couldn't stem the tide
from the 1947 Jax-Navy combine
ernoon on Mason Field and they I were unearned. A flock of Flier stole third base and scored when *a the Air Force squad hammered -
who will be shooting for start-
promptly began to churn the turf errors and eight walks by Shaw the catcher threw the ball into left out twenty safeties during the:
ing posts on this year's grid out- :
and drills.A
with calisthenics
grass 'field in to him two Jacksonville's lonestar
fI' fit are Keith Bailey, understudyto robbed the NAS hurler of his shutout an attempt pick games.
major portion of the afternoon I off base was Zipper Wyman who hit
1947 fullback Jack
was taken over by wind sprintsand All-Navy safely four times in six trips dur-
climbing to get legs and 'McQuary, Johnny Bieneman, aback The next night, the Fliers were The locals left the station by stand
rope ing the two-day
shoulders in shape. and Joe Sinko, outstanding forced to go into extra innings to : plane Tuesday, bound for Orlando, I i
hackle I for the locals last year. take a 7-6 win from the luckless ''I where they were slated to play I
By next week, at least 20 more the Orlando Air Force squad i

candidates for the 1948 JaxNavygrid : Tuesday afternoon and the Or- I Fifth

squad are expected to turnout 'WAVES FLY TO WASHINGTON TODAY lando town team last night
and the work will begin in (Continual from Page 1))
They will play on the local dia-
earnest. counts bank orders tray .
I money ,
mond tomorrow night and then
This past week, under the guide FOR FOUR-GAME SOFTBALL SERIES again on Tuesday night at 2000 I ellers' checks, and New YOI h.

ance of Jacka and his assistants :I __ ______ drafts, the bank cashes thousands
the hopefuls received a little ball i of checks each week for NAS personnel -
Sporting a s attack. (Ized to take a three-run lead.
!. Series E Bonds
handling, and kickers were boom- I Sayings
winning streak, the local Under the Power Plant arcs Moser blanked the Orlando nine I'
and Terminal Leave Bonds
ing punts down the field with arealso
WAVE softballers will enplane for Saturday night the NAS WAVE for the remainder of the game a*
cashed the bank -
and After three by as a convenience
grunts groans. Washington, D, C., today for a
nine garnered five runs in the the power-laden clubs of her I to its
weeks of shorts and shoes, the patrons !
four-game series, Friday and Saturday fourth frame to take a 5-3:) con- teammates went to work on the A service
huskies will don uniforms for body I special provided by
the local girls in blue will
Contact work and running forma- test from the Orlando Stars visiting hurler to push across five the bank in cooperation with station I
tions. ;' swing against their service sisters "Skip" Mosei, on the mound for runs in the fourth inning. |' officials is the pay-check

i i from the capital city. Sunday the WAVES, gave up three hits Leading the locals: at the platein cashing service in the mobile arm- !
I
Expected to bolster this seaon's ;I and Monday, the NAS Jax over the seven-inning route, but the 13-hit attack were Her- ored truck which visits A&R, Public I

squad are Jerry Walters- belles will try to keep up their was in trouble in the first canto 'mania Rump, "Butch" Glover, Works, Transportation Sup.

kirchen, 1917 Pensacola Goslingace ;, winning ways in two games when she gave up three free i Laddie Vladeff, and Fran Free Annex Warehouse, Salvage
ply
quarterback, and Dave Barks- against the highly-talented ladythernecks. passes and the visitors capital- I 1 who collected two bangles each. Yard, and Supply Bldg 110 on
Christi Com-
dale, the Corpus lea .
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j I Thursdays and Fridays. J, Hilley
i In another City Girls' Softball head teller, is in charge of the
(I loop tilt last week, the NAS I NARTU Cops Intra-mural truck.

Seventh N. D. Golf WAVES humbled the Viola Johns Hours of operation of the bank,

Meet Starts TodayThe Models, 13.1, to run their win- located in Bldg. 39, are Mondays

ning skein to 16 Ruth LaVere, 1100 to 1500,
7ND Golf Tourney Station Softball Crown through Thursdays -
scheduled for last Tuesday, will brilliant WAVE hurler, tucked an- Fridays 1100 to 1700, and Saturdays -
other win under her belt with a
1000 to 1200.
get underway this morning on no-hit game, but her second inning Led by big Mack Murray, brilliant -1-
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the station links. It will serveas II balk forced the lone Mod- hurler, who not only pitched SOFTBALL CHAMPS
the Tri-Dis-
a forerunner to els'marker across the plate. The sterling six-hit ball but also drovein I
the Ponte Vedra ,
trict matches at II waf _
I the winning run the NARTU
local combo lost no time in tak- -
course that start next Tues- :, ing a lead in the runaway victory nine copped the 1948 NAS Jax : G'I
day morning I Intra-Mural Softball crown last
as it picked five markers in
A four-man team will be i i up
the first canto, four in the second week by pinning a 3-2 defeat on '
picked In from today's the and low tomorrow'stourney score golfers |1 and four more in the fifth. At a scrappy Marine outfit in eight I .

the 7ND 'the plate for the locals, Jenny innings.
to represent did not issue a single ,
,
: Peacock and Hermania Rump collected Murray 4
in the Tn-District competition I
two hits each to lead the base on balls over the eight-in-
ning distance It was the third

successive game that the star

hurler completed without walking

a single opposing battei
Duo
Q 00 With the count knotted 2-2 at

the end of seven innings, the NAR
k _. .L.1L&L_ i..i. .&_&_i.t_ I__ _1_ I.LL_ l.A.1LA TU squad broke loose in the
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eighth. The climax came when

MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM Murray won his own game by
I
)I lvIHl'ef'kdu'1'730: and 2000; week- U-14.10 and 20M. chasing shortstop Jack Piva across
TIIUUbDAY the plate with the winning run.

"WHIRLWIND RAIDERS," with Charles Starrett. In the final half of the inning he
IKIDAY'RACE ) set the Marin down without a

STREET," starring George Raft. hit. *. \.. Y.RK

KIDDIE SHOW. "ROAD SATURDAYNO TO RIO," starring Bob Hope and I Husband And Wives

Binf Crosby. -iUNDAY Red And Blue Team

"ROAD TO RIO," starring Bob Hope and: Bing Crosby Golf Match SundayA j

.MONDAY: Husband and Wives Red and .
"MAN EATERS OF KUMAON," featuring Sabu. Blue team handicap match is "

TUESDAY AM) ti'EDNLU.Y: :' ; I scheduled on the station links .
"SO EViL MY LOVE" with Ray Milland. Sunday afternoon at BOO Allplayers '


JUNIOR: OFFICERS 1 AUDITORIUM I should sign interested up at the in Golf entering Shackno I

_ Ctfnw open to enlisted personnel and dependents a welt a, officers). later than tomorrow I
Show start at 2000 Last Friday morning, the Of

TIll'lCSDAY AND FRIDAY ficers' Wives Golf Group held a I II

"SITTING PRETTY" starring Robert YoungSATURDAY Red and Blue team match with
the Red team copping the match, I --

I "EYES OF TEXAS," featuring Roy Rogers. i'/a-Z'/j; No individual scores were I FOLLOWING THE FINAL putout in the e-xtra.lnnig-; t

SUNDAY available mural championship game, the winning NARTU squad raced to

"RACE STREET," with George Raft A supper will follow the Husbands the mound and hoisted its star hurler, Mack Murray, aloft in victory

MONDAY AND TUESDAY and Wives match Sunday The NARTU combine copped the 1918 station crown by squeezing -

"ROAD TO RIO," starring Bob Hope and Ring Croaby. afternoon, and a special golf by the Marines, 3-2, in eight innings The gleeful champions,
WEDNESDAY movie will be shown to club members above, are Nick Carlos, George Fry, Mack Murray, Tommy Tumbler

_ ")'(AN EATERS OF KUMAON," featuring Si bu.TTrTtTTi by station pro Jack Harvey Lou Baker, and Jack Piva. I






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