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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 19, 1948
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Vol 6-No, 21 19 August 1948



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



:. UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA





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,... /: :/ ; craft trades and helper positions now open at the Naval Ail-

'''# '' i .,'.., Station has been approved by the Director of the Fifth

: ;;., :" .. U. 5. Civil Service Region, station officials announced this
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'II '1 craft workers in this area to goal

Big Show ify for the openings which existin
: the various trades here "
,j : 4: JUST AS TIIKY: have many
Principally, the new requirements -
.y times before in the past, Navy
v" .. make possible the substitu

: fliers "stole the show" the ,
'" < E'e tion of In allied tradesThousands
,1 i : week before last at the International experience

i ; 1;.. Air Exposition in New -- -
of ;radios In 'th";:
York which marked the official
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!'t" of the International .y.... >.. ; home of >,\S military and I
opening ,
'M1l ,, civilian "Ill\\ !
: personnel \ be tuned
; L.f Airport, Idlewild, Long Island ,
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to'ons at
every evening :
/'; N Y. From the opening day on
I 1845 next week to hear tranM'rlptions
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; :; 31 July to the closing day, 8
1 ', + August, which was designated of Larry Scarborough I

"Navy Day", the Navy earned Interviewing OAK "ork-j
prs right at their jobs. :Made:
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the acclaim of the spectatols.i I
"," t ,, as part of the campaign to
i Above) Four "Blue Angel join I
recruit additional aircraft
four British Navy planes for a
workers for NAS, the "plat-
across the field (Right) +aJ y
sweep ." '
tpr hill also be alrel over
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Rear Admiral E.V.. Litc-h, center '
radio stations thewnlthea.t |
throughout
in whites, Chief of Naval
? in an effort to find I
z Air Advanced Training is an s nqA
"skilled workers for the AirStation' j
Interested spectator along withother I
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aircraft overhaul
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high-ranking military and >
!; civilian officials as ho watches x gram. |I

t Navy pilots perform in the for a greater proportion of the

,P skies overhead. qualification requirements. Provision
s'a o" p wtiaH has also been made for the

i I f substitution of trade courses for
a na
If', some of the experience required.

w Registration Open Many applicants who have been

r. 1 For Dance Classes i. Florida High School lInd CollegeCoaclles turned insufficient down experience previously because may now of

t''. be eligible under the liberalized
i.\ Registration for fall dancing requirements, officials stated. It
& classes sponsored by the Navy Hold Week's Session Here is also believed that many air

i Wives Club for the benefit of the craft workers who have not previously

; Nursery Fund is now underway, i 1- Ninety Florida high school and college coaches) con- applied tor work here can

b(' club Classes officials said this vveek. '!Ladies verged on the Jacksonville Naval Air Station Sundav for ai now qualify by virtue of the
children three AuxiliaryOf
r.., for years changes in requirements.
;;I {, of age and upward will begin on i i week-long summer coaching school. I
.., 2 September at the Nursery, Bldg. FRA Installs Sponsored jointly by the Florida Athletic Coaches Association Ill view of the heavily-increas-
i ed workload assigned to O&R,
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' ;. :. 1101. Mrs. Carol Moigan will be '
.,: and the Florida High School Athletic Association
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" :' 'I and the need for speed in the
.:, :. the instructor. New OfficialsNew the school is the first one of its kind held in this area since 'I''! accomplishment of the overhaul
Rates are $1 for one class a .
civilian of
'the end of the war and the first -- ------ program employees
week and $150:> for two classes, officers of the Ladies Auxiliary I
asked to contact
ever held at NAS. II i ii ii mer affair this week are Andy NAS are being
with only five pupils in a class. I of the Fleet Reserve Association i i Several leading college mentors Gustafson University of Miami's I friends whom they know are

Y In classes not restricted the will in the were installed last week ,,, from the southeastern section of grid tutor, Frank Genovar, U. of qualified for the positions opei!
: number of pupils, rate be F. coach, and Jack McDowell and inform them of the opportunities -
' instructors : swimming -
the are ,
at ceremonies in the Yukon AmerIcan country serving as -
75 cents for one and $1 for two
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Rollins offered by Federal employ-
College football I
; I each lecturing on his
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classes per week Each class is Legion Post home at Lake I II mentor. (Continued on Page 3))
coaching specialty.
one hour long Shore and San Juan. James E. _

For those desiring private les- Cundy, retiring president of I Ray ( Bear) Wolf and Paul ,, DELIVERSLECTunES AT NAS -n .

eons, the rates are $1 for a half- I Branch 91, conducted the instal- I ilEearl) Bryant, head coaches ati _. __
i the Universities of Florida
lation service. i I and
hour. Special rates will be ar
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ranged for families with more Officers installed included Mrs I Kentucky respectively, lead the '

.! than one child attending the Anne Kemp, incoming president; host of talented tutors Wolf and
.t y t -e Bryant opened the one-week af { 0r
classes. I Mrs. Audrey Stephens, vice-president I
.f fair at the NAS basketball auditorium -
A special class for women is ; Mrs. Paula Miller, secretary;;
also being formed. It will concentrate Mrs. Grace Sandefer, treasurer; I Monday morning with lectures -

primarily on calisthenics Mis. Louise Orszag, chaplain; Mrs on grid tactics and gave 'PE3 i
with tap and ballet as optional Clara Stephanz Mrs. Mary Kidder I pointers on the game > /

extra work. Information COOl'ernI I Mrs. Jewel Smith, Mrs Edna The Florida grid mentor spoke' Z"K

..: b ing these classes may be obtained Gabel, and Mrs. Leona Eheien- on passing and receiving the pig I S
.'' by phoning Mrs. Morgan at ext. mann Board of Directors; and skin from the single wing forma I f

si !6S. committee ihaumen tion, with action poses. He demonstrated :
.''" to the class how he ,
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wants his passer to toss the ball 1:, n
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. Public Relations Is Every Navy and his receivers to catch it. .

ti. Coach Bryant was carried away .,

t. Man's Job Prof. Goodwin by his blocking lecture, using I
I Says class members as subjects to beI I

blocked, and worked as hard as
Public relations is the. job of
'iIj he talked
small things make the total
up
. ;t.i fi every individual in the naval service : impression that a Navy man I j In the afternoon of the first a
?, and I 1
consciously unconsciously
'Ii:, leaves with those: with whom he day, Everett Case, North Carolina
.rr. .r' Lt. Frank Goodwin, associate pro-j associates." I State's cage coach, and Henry i| r u.. ii

fessor of Marketing at the Actions of a few individuals can Fogleman, University of Florida'stennis ;i iI ,
of Florida, told
versity nullify all the work done to stimulate [ I tutor, gave talks on their
personnel of NAS in two lectures a favorable attitude towardthe specialties, complete with demon ,
last week at Mainside Auditorium. I ;
Navy by the general public, I stratlons.I :
.... It !isn't what the public reads in I he pointed out. And on the other I Tuesday morning:, Bryant and
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Y" ,,e the papers, Information furnished hand, much can be done by the Wolf renewed their grid lectureson :i ,: ,
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by a handful of trained public I average man in uniform to ease pigskin strategy, ,and Case and ,,
relations personnel, but the impressions the work of Public Information Fog fman continued the basket Y ?
made by Navy men and ;': (in securing public sentiment in fa bull and tennis instructions. 1 ):

women in their everyday contacts vor of the Navy. Other instructors at the sum- "-
that kindles favorable JT-'fii: \ GOODWIN": associate protessor of Marketing at
,t with the public I Lt. Goodwin has been on two --- -- \K
r or unfavorable opinion[ of weeks active duty here In addi am nt" to officers at the Junior the University of Florida who has been on a two-week tour of active

', rr the Navy, the professor said. tion to his lectures at Malnside Officers Auditorium.Prof. duty here, displays one ot the posters he uses 11hl3 illustrated

"Little things make the big Auditorium, h<" gave similar talksto Goodwin enlivens his lectures lecture, The Egocentric PredIcament'; to Lt. Comdr. J. H. R.

difference," Lt. Goodwin assert i individual groups at IATU I with charts, cartoons, anda Fehler, Ground Training Officer, and Richard D. Baker, SA, of
ed. "Appearance vocabulary, consideration Ground Training. A couple of keen sense of !good humor which the Personnel Office Lt. Comdr. Fehlei introduced Lt. Goodwinat
for the other fellow's months ago he delivered the same holds the undivided attention the two lectures! he delivered at NAS last week The professorgave

point of view, and many other lecture on the "Egocentric PreJic- of ,his audience. I hu lecture to officers hero a couple of months ago





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. 1 MABTU BIDS "EXEC" GOODBYE

""' ,' COlDlI1eJrcial Bulletin I


Bulletins Mill be accepted until space bas been filled) but n ot

later than 1000 Tuesday Ext. SUO.i .

i i FOR SALE or $830 Plus closing: costs to O. 1.
Hollywood style double bed pith box Ford, 4629: Blount Ave., Tlmuquana\ .
Q springs and mattress, only SIS. SeeD Manor, phone 9-5931 or 9-6'<<>0.
R. Anderson, AD3. ATU-2.: Hangar Divan and matching chair $30; double
: 116. or 3W9B Irwin St., Dewey felt mattress. $10; three pillows
I Park W. F. R. Burns, ext. 8.jm:
.f Simmons davenport, chair, table, bed Modern Maid washing machine, elec
with mattresses, and other household tric needs repairs, $13.: See Bate-
furnishing Including kitchenset man, 3203A Blair Ave., Dewey Park
I and utility cabinet All for $153, Almost new baby basslnetl for *U
or by the item Chief Koser etxt.I Fettle 3310A Glbbs Ave., Dewey
j :243.;) Park.
Diamond engagement and wedding 1942: Ford 4-door sedan with '47 frill
ring net. appraised over $200 value.I '47 parking lights, four new tire,
I I' Haines 2-K.UO. '48 metallic blue-gray paint job.
'Oil Tank 115-gal. size, with stand motor Just overhauled Call ext. 8169>
i Mrs. Styron. Ph. :2-9810;) after 1jOO.I or see Potter at Commissary Store.
X 1936 Plymouth 4-door sedan $JJO.I : 6'x9' rug Universal upright!; vacuum
+ X A | Goodreau, phoni ext. 8333. cleaner and a General Electric lank.
P Six-piece bedroom suite, maple like type cleaner with all attachments
: new. $135. Koser, ext. 245.Cartop Mr Wake, 2619 College St., phone
;: luggage carrier with heavy -\845..
1 .; camas tailor-made covers for top Twelve Havllland china plates, an
+ : and bottom. Koser. ext. 245. tique silver dish, small gold Fienchclock
Y Baby TIpTop hat hi net t9.and scales, and set of Joseph Conrad
1 |10. Call Stuart, I books, all In good condition Mrs
*:9r1COSITIR 1938 Packs four-door sedan In good Mitchell, 7-8J08.!
: condition for 9-175.: McCluie. ext. 7JW. Florence 2-burner' porcelain heater
Maple living room suite, SiS; Thayerbaby used only three months, $3S; ladle1bicycle '
caiilage $5. See Mrs. Evans, In excellent condition $)ltoI;
II
:102lily i a St.: outboard motor, 3.5: hp. Water W Itch
,, Five-room pie-war bungalow, asbestos $13. car-top canvas covered boat. $29.:i
awnings. Venetian blinds and oversize Seeat 484j Tlmuquana Road, or call
I Alieady( financed at 4%. Kherenman: ext. 662.: .
O. M lilghsmtth, WOO Kreemont FOIL KENT
Avenue
Thiee-betlioom house, furnished, convenient Two-room apartment, nicely fuinlnh-
to NAS. U.I. financed, oi'cu- t'c111th private. shower and adjoin.
panc.v about that September. Ing bath. 101... Jordan" 2738" ; Pout
1 Townsley. ext. 4t.rtAOf: P working St
hours call :2-8923. Two-room apartment, completely fur.
Ranger 12-gauge: shotgun $75. Chief nlshed. convenient to bus lien It'..
):. I* JAMES, JR., Executive Officer of NARTU since Its commissioning!! more than two Wilkins i IATU No. 14, Personnel Office. Mrs Feagle. 2044 Herschel Hi.
Large modem
apartment for SM per
.
years ago, was bid a reluctant farewell last week by "Wet'kend'arrlors" and statlonkeepers. He Living room furnltuie Including sectional month See Mrs hay at 1406 Dehe-
I ha been' ordered to the staff of the Commander Fleet Air Wing Three in the Canal Zone. Here, he l sofa, lllt-bnck chair, sectetary dere.Private.

shakes hands with Leonard Wood, YNC, who worked in his department. Looking on are, left to right, miscellaneous tables and lamps, sleeping room will share,
house Mrs A. W, Browning, phone
Bob Fletcher, SA. Eldean Rowell, YN3, Keith :Messer, SA. and Gent Lumley, PN2. seven-piece bleached oak dining
7-3825.:
.. _., .... room set, five piece kitchen set Underwood -
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j t) pew i 1 Her, and Zenith table Three-bedroom seven-room house' en
model radio combination. Ortega bus line. Convenient ta
phonograph
Sailor Observes V-J Day As Apartment g, Bldg. 80U, ext. I school. $100 per month. Mrs. Marsh
I 735: Mil J. L. Beery 4:155: Baltic.
CHAPLAINS'CORNER I Four-room apartment with bath and
100-lb. capacity white metal ice box ;
Third 5-burner keiosene cook stove; baby garage on St. Johns River In Orange
Wedding AnniversaryAlthough stroller; electric washer and wringer Park. Convenient to NAS. R. R.
; bathlnelte; welding gauge, and Lake, ext. 8211.
the third anniversaryof Suf-T-Glow naval boat light Willsell Two furnished rooms 10t'1I'f'fin..

V-J Day passed virtually un- To prove to all his shipmatesthat 2"x4"or lumber swap ,any sheelrock of the: above or house for chen block privileges.from Roosevelt Hartzman Highway., 8-9112.KIt-

:noticed here at NAS, one Navy V-J Day would never pass GOD'S PLACE paint See J. E. Llndberg, Shop &)0, Will share laige, country home nn wa
man at NARTU did a lot of cele- OAR. terfront. All conveniences. Will accept -
last unnoticed as far as he was con- The story is told of an old col- 1933: Chrysler sedan with rebuilt '38 Infants, but no pets $12S per
brating Saturday. cerned, Benton pulled out his ored sharecropper who was allowed motor, 275.: Also! wine-colored sofa month Mis. Young phone Orange
Rupert W. Benton, a yeoman scrapbook and displayed the fatalcertificate. to live upon and culti'ateIome! and matching chair $35.: J. P. Cline Park 2198.Apatlments .
with the Naval Air Reserve I farm acres providing he deliveredby 1102 Allegheny, NAS. furnished and unfurnished -
Unit had I 19-17 Evlmude motor. 225 hp., run notover In Orange Park, all con t'nl.fK'e\l.
to
Training good
reason I wagonload one-fourth of his
40 hours Also 14-foot plywood Children welcome. Mrs CharlesThomas
be aware of 14 August. For not produce to the landowner. When oak frame runabout with steering 2.4973
only does that date mark the end I the harvest was over the land- wheel and control In front cockpit Two sleeping rooms, good air rondo
of World War II, but its Benton's I Both for $400. See E. C, Robinson Honing with attic fan. Close to NAS
owner was astonished to see" all /
OAR Finish and Fabric branch, bus route Mrs. Rogers, 1018! Barn
wedding anniversary! I the crops tucked snugly in his Shoo 681. St.

Now there aren't many people i tenant's barn, and he asked for an I Three bedroom house, stucco and concrete Six-room furnished apartment, upstairsIn
whose wedding date coincided explanation. wood block wjth garage Near Kdge-: t private duplex. $80 per month
two
shopping center '
with V-J Day, and the Bentons Old Sam scratched his head. fiom bus lines. Neville: 2- 8blo"k. beginning rent for 1 September two or three Call months Mrs

believe in making the most of it I "\Vell, you see, suh, hit was lak Th ret'-I oom house trailer with hot wa- Mitchell 78208.
To this day, Cricket Benton, Ru die Dere wasn't any fourth load. ter and butane gas stove Can beI't'f'n Large room In Southslde with private
Cherries'
pert's wife, still wonders whether I Ah ended up wid jes' three'loads, at one mile below Fishing Orange Camp Park located Call bath Spotmont.and entrance 92372.:for gentleman

all the kisses she received that an' dey was mine." on Route 17. Ask for C. }i. Horn at Will share home with couple and
fateful day were due to her mar- j Before anyone smiles at his Shop 749, upper deck of Hangar child. Mis. Hudson 9-5877.
riage or the loyous observance of childish conclusions, let us admit 123 further: near Infoimatlon.Chlldcraft south side. of building, for Large furnished room In Avondale,

the surrender of Japan.At how often most of us are guilty books 14 volume set of private home one block off NAS
bus route Connecting bath bit-ak-
i of the same process of reasoning books used only six months $10. Alsochild's fast optional. Call, Mrs Smith; 2am -
ar" walker stroller, $4. Harper,
| and the same line of conduct when
1380 Cumberland Road
It his third wedding Two large matched rooms with adJoining -
was God's share in our lives and possessions Two and one-half bedroom house
I a a anniversary, all rIght is to be considered. stucco on block Just redecorated Inside Mrs. C. L bath, IxijrRlns.kitchen:2036 prlvllegf Dellvufd

I One thing is sure, Rupert will Frequently, when the Chaplain I town;and near out.church Dally, shopping bus service c.ntt'r.to. !I Ave., phone 77959.

the !Station Chapels, HirmiBgbam never get called down by the "lit- issues a cordial invitation to men and school Pill" '. S83OO, $1700 down WANTEDJobs
Road and Must)* Arena tle woman" for forgetting his aboard our station to attend I -- as baby-sitter, preferably near
ITolentaat I wedding anniversary like many Chapel services, he hears, "I'll be or even hold his job, would treatan and In Five Points See Miss Cecil
()9.\() Worship Sei\ ice-Chaplain A. C. Bowen, 2245: Park St., or phone 7-
Boyer. another man Some guys get all there if I don't get to go any- earthly employer that way. 7274.:!

:3045-. General Worship Service-Chap the breaks ''where else this week-end." Toa What, then, shall be the portion of Ride from Boxwood Road In LakeShore
lain R. L. Murphy.0&30Sunday request to teach a class in Sun- those who so slightingly treat the to NAS. Working hours two
) School. Small Chapel. day School, the answer com s, "It claims.of the Creator of the Uni- to 1545.: C. H. HOI n. Shop 749, Hangar -
Cath.liOTOO (SEA-Among) 1,000 Americans 123. south side.
--Mass would tie me down too much during verse and give Him no place in Small boat to use with 2.S hp. motor.
during normal 470 will haveno
a
Va'iOMaasChaplain year the warm weather." If a Bible ; their lives ? He is the rewarder of Dutl" 27970.
J.. M. Coyle will officiateat recognized illness, 320 will be class attendance is under consideration all them that diligently seek Him. Ride from Green Cove Springs tor 14.
both Masses.An sick 140 will be sick twice year-old
once, to Navy dependent to meet '
is a Chaplain supposed But in the final
outdoor Nursery for small children 50 will be sick three times and 20 great payday dally school bus to Lake Shots Re.
Is maintained between WOO)) and be thrilled when the response is, when multitudes present themselves turn transportation rot needed. F.
lo:!()(). will]) be sick four or more times "Yes, I'll be there if nothing else < for reward, to them He will G. Griffith. Green Cove Springs
turns have to "I knew phone 2641, or GCS Naval Station
up. never
say you.
ext. 205 or :339.
. SAILOR AND CIVILIAN Others are more diplomatic in In your busy Navy life don't Am flying to Western section of New

.. .... .d. their excuses' but the same under- let other events, no matter how York In Stlnson four-plac plane
,
: : '?;: lying motives are apparent. The important, keep you from becom- Have room for three passengers,
; leaving aiound 20 Chief
; j claims of God are irksome, or j j ing personally acquainted with our Keller, ext. 219. August.

there is indifference to them. I
? Many men classify themselves as I I j ing time to find out what his rules The Navy Department wired a

.r Christian and would be indignantif I and regulations are and what He battleship captain: "Move heaven

anyone branded them "heath- I' I expects of us means that life be- i and earth. Get here Friday."

.;, r en", yet they offer the Almightyno I comes richer and fuller with leas I Just as they were becoming anxious -
service and scant respect!! If He ''
r t ,. gets any portion of their time, it I' Chaplain R. L. Murphy. I "Raised hell. Arriving Thursday." _
rr dari is the tag end that can't be used -- -
Y a' for work or play. FORMER SQUADRON OFFICERS HERE '

,.w No man who wants to succeed,
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Y'bav
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+ Editorial Office,

South Wing, Lower Deck, -
81j '. 930

_ Telephone xt..n..100-818-1
Arthur M. Greene, Editor

The JAX AIR NEWS is published -

t a weekly at the U. S. Naval wr

:i Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, '
and printed commercially with '

non-appropriated funds at no expense i

to the government and in

compliance with SecNav Circular :
Letter 4 -1918 dated 12 December '

a 1915. Copies are distributed free ,

of charge at the Naval Air Sta-

tion, the Naval Air Reserve Train- !

ing t'nit, the Headquarters of the

N' -h Naval Air Advanced Training
CHESTER PASCIIANO of the Jax Air News: staff"Pi with I i Command, Headquarters of the i.I i.

rA Nixon laborer to show the similarity between the dungaree Seventh Naval District! Naval i.I

uniform and the working attire worn by many civilian employeesof Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, r I

NAS. Civilian personnel) were asked this week to cooperate with and the U. S. Naval Hospital.The .- - ,I
station officials by refraining from wearing outfits which duplicated I ii'
I/T. COMDR. J. H. ic. 1 } : left Ground Training Officer,
the dungaree uniform exactly. Station police, the Marine JAX AIR NEWS Is a member r.l and Comdr. H. H. Barton, her. for refresher training are all smilesas
guard at the Main Gate and the Shore Patrol in town are being the Ships' Editorial Association and
they talk over old times
the Armed Forces Press Ss-nlu. Reproduction at NAS. During the war, Barton was
I
confused! by this attire and often stop civilians for being out of
of material from these Training Officer of VO-VCS the "Kingfisher" Squadron, and Feh-
uniform (torn sleeve or no white hat) or to inquire for ID and sources must bear<< u credit line rtepiikillcatlon J If r was the squadron's "Ext". Comdr. Barton was of the
liberty cards under the impression' that they were addressing of other matter, except by squadron here from skipper
August W42, to August, 1944 when it Wall
service publications Is prohibited 1 > I
military personnel. By not wearing euch outfits, civilian workers
moved to Prnnarola. Lt. Comdr.
without ifimlsslon of Editor JAX A1K Fchler was with the observatlon-
will) also' pave themselves needlept embarrassment.! NEWS. scout' pquadinn from May. 1JH3. to May 1J-44.







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RESULTS' or THIS TEAK'S election for-'Shop Committeemen were- announcedlast M. Bryan, another representative of Supply was too bashful to be photographed with

week. With the, exception of the Miscellaneous Group whose representatives were her fellow committeemen. I Right i Overhaul and Repair 'C A. Head, Jr T. P.

too scattered around the station to be rounded up for a photo here are the menchosen Roberts, chairman, and A. T. Drlnkwater. The chairmen of the different groups I
of the different departments their respective Shop Commit-
as
by employees
comprise the Joint Shop Committee which meets monthly with the Commanding
ff"" ; t*emen. ( Left) Public 'orks--S. A. Whlttington, A. L. Stonebanks, chairman, and I'
.;w:' E. Swanson. (Center) Supply-Edsel Herrlngton and Frank Wilcox, chairman. Peggy Officer to discuss employee problems. _
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1Ueef.-Cnd' InspectingThe INSIDEPUBLIC WORKSAs I i SUPPLY


far as Public Works is con- SALLIESLEFTOVERS

'Wno 71t Notes cerned, Com-7 is but a memory( ? >
Inspectors The files have gone to Charlestonand

from lly Helen Burnette we are settling down (or trying I
to) and concentrating on NAS
We are indeed sorry to lose Lt. duties. Comdr. C. O. Reinhardt I
/ NllRTV (jg) A. L. May, former Division left us last Friday while the girls is draw
T.., Officer. Lt. May was transferred I: lined up at the door to tell .him I ing near--at least within a coupleof
.I'r .. to San Diego, California I' goodbye Bettye Ward formerly months-for our costume ball
tift. (Not! Tlii wrrk'c. rulumn in drtotf-d to .I'MI jll, the We'll miss having him with us but I of 7ND Public Works, paid which is on the tentative slate for
multl-ttnrlnf'I'
iiY' .,"P JI.hu1 ..<|B.(lron at 'sAltTL-td,1; ) wish him the best of luck and happiness l'
i ... I us a surprise visit last week. the end of October or the first
"".,' PERMANENT RANK There I received his law degree and is I In his new duty. She is now residing in Atlanta. of November Now is the time to .
Glad to know that Mrs. John We are to learn that Herman decide costume, whateverIt
on
: was quite a bit of mad scrambling I now practicing in Jax. sorry your
'Fmenco, Jr., is recovering nice Griffis had to take emergency is to be. Since prizes will be
this past week-end by the DEEP END CLUB That I
: from her recent tonsilectomy.We
4 ly I i leave and go home becauseof given for costumes based on orig.
/' ficers of the squadron to find Of-I'beaming face with the abstract I understand that Chief Vr- the serious illness of his sister. inality, beauty, and so on, it's not
what permanent rank has look which you might have noticed I boncic is about to become a father I II Florence Brown will return too soon to be thinking about
\ ;z assigned to them. The roster, around the squadron lately I I by remote control(theY' e adopt I from her two weeks leave next i yours. Joyce Cowart promises to
,:{ which was prepared by the Navy ing baby) I I Monday, and J. H Lee is leavingfor come as the New Year, and Bill
'.. Department, arrived at NARTUa belongs to Charlie Howard, It's bowling time again, folks North Carolina for a nice va- Coby is saving material by com
short time ago and a numberof AL3, whose gal has broken down Initial meetings are being held- cation with his wife and daughter. ; ing as Adam Gwen Morton is
our squadron officers found that I and named the date. She's a local teams are being selected--officers . Gladys O'Malley returned back on the station, this time
p they had been promoted. Among I gal, Miss!:! Jean Lyons, and she are being nominated, etc. Looks and is looking fit as a fiddle. I! working for ATD in one of the
and Charlie will middle aisle it
: those formerly operating as lieutenants like Inspection will be represented Clara Martin Is on leave until I: hangars. Ask BL who is her
who now find themselves this Sunday. among the officers of the leagueC. the first of September. Fran- ,i MB (Morale Booster) Designfor
a with two and one-half stripes are STORK NOTES-C. L. Wilson, I L. Saxton has been named sec- ces Theus is on three weeks leave'., living: This column does not
Lieutenant Commanders Nearing, ODE1, has just become the proud I retary and treasurer. We'll be look- and will bide her time between the usually carry reports on vacations -
Chltty, and Ray. Most of the father of a 7 Ib. 4 oz. baby boy. ing forward to news of the games, Beaches and her home in Jacksonville I but feels, in some case,,,
,1, squadron officers found themselves Wilson is one of the outstandingtennis etc. She left the coffee serving I they are worth hearing about. On
j"k '. assigned permanent ranks players in this area and I Glad to report that Chief Don- I I in the capable hands of Helen I such a trip are Clara Speer and
identical to their last temporary currently is one-half of the mixed non H. Murphy )has returned to I Johnson who will have the boys' Pearl Green. They will be gone a
promotion. The gnashing of teethin I doubles championship team of I work after being confined to the all to herself month, travelling by bus to the

the background was caused Jacksonville. He plans to matric- I hospital for some time. I From Housing, It is reportedthat i Windy City, Denver, Cheyenne,
by those who>> missed permanent I ulate at the University of Flor- I We hear that Chief Maliniak was I Beth Knoll is enjoying a nice I Salt Lake City, Yellowstone Park
promotion by only one or two ida in the fall and all hands will granted a 72 recently to go to leave Eleanor Womeldurf has Butte, various Canadian cities
months note his tennis progress there Sneeds, Florida, to paint his house! I I transferred to the Housing Office' along the border, Seattle, Frisco,
HOLLYWOOD OR BUST-This with pride. Lt. Gay reports that I Three other new chiefs joined from the Power Plant. L-A, Arizona, Grand Canyon, El
column doesn't like to report the story Is hovering low over his our group this past week: W. F. Public Paso (with a look into Mexico),
of
The
anything which will swell the house preparatory for a landingere Zapf, AMC, and H. F. Scharle, supervisors I Alpine, San Antonio, Houston,
Works held their<< usual monthly
head of any member of the squadron long. He maintains that It ADC, who came to us from Cali- the "Beach Road New Orleans, and back to Jax. A
... but one incident which occurred : makes no difference to him fornia, and John W. Buresh, AMC, meeting at I real "See-America-First" tour.
: recently is too choice to whether it's a boy or a girl justas who came from Sand Point, Washington I Chicken Dinner Restaurant. Tom The local station bus representative : .
let slip by. Miss Patrol Squadron long as the boys and girls Chief Buresh was with us the Cowan shade., as usual Sam, put Graham everyone missed in helped them plan the trip and

66, who was chosen at our second balance out later on. several years ago. We are glad to I II' the meeting Tuesdayto I made reservations at hotels for
anniversary splash party, was THE ROUNDUP Lt. Jesse have all of you with us, and hope supervisor's them as needed along the way .
I celebrate his 24th wedding anniversary -
back on the station a short while Baumgardner is marking time un- I' you will enjoy working in our Congratulations! ,I, KC admitted he was hiring detectives
ago to participate in another til he goes back to teaching at group. I Geo. Faircloth put his candidate I II I to watch after his interest
event and one of the first questions the local technical high school in What's the dope on L. E. Jordanbeing I for Shop Committeeman over in I here while he is away at college,
she asked pertained to her the fall. Teachers may not make I known as "Nature Boy?" I a big way. A. L. Stonebanks received -I but JC (the principal interest)
boys in VP-ML 56. She expressed I out too well as far as pay is concerned Glad to learn that Mrs. L. J. the biggest majority of I asks how does he know he can.
great delight in the fact that of I but, oh brother, those nice !Brown Is home after being confined ; votes and !is automatically elected I trust his detectives? Amy
all the NARTU squadrons she I long vacations. Lt. Jack to the hospital. We understand she I chairman. : Wilmot and Mr. and Mrs. McDowell
had been chosen by Patrol 56 be- Briggs gave up the real estate! II is recovering<< nicely from her op- I expect to spend Labor
cause, in her opinion, Lt. Comdr. I business to go back to school eration. I Design & Engineering reports : Day week-end in North Carolina
Rogers, our skipper, is i where he's studying political science Is the rumor true that Chief Bol- Vernon Barefield is a bachelor The golf tournament moved
-"Chuck" the best looking C. O. and law. Jack's looking for- I in and his wife are planning to !I (but just for a month). Ills wife 'tip one peg when Lt. O'Keef
4' I left him and
have
any NARTU squadron Upon ward to a career in the diplomatic adopt half a dozen small children ? and baby gone took over the win spot in his
hearing this, Lt. Comdr. Rogers I corps. Lt. James Lee can J. A. Marable is on a week's I to Alabama. Mr. Vinyard returned -. match with Turner last week.
gave a Hollywood career serious I prove in five mnlutes that life I vacation-spending some time In to work Monday morning I This 8 & 7 upset gives him the
thought but, upon due deliberation I can be beautiful if you cover it Miami. I' from two weeks 1eave'e I opportunity to try for the trophy
decided to stay In Jax and '.with a good insurance policy. To 1 Chief H. L. Davidson is spend- have had several cards from Virginia when he plays the winner of thf
keep on running VP. prove it, he'll even write the ing his leave in Lambert, Mississippi :' Walpole telling us working 'Sharpe-Comdr. Porter match, but
BOOK LARNIN'-There's been policy for you We've been I and Chief G. B. Lucas 'I folks what awonderful, time she he is assured even now of second
a serious move afoot to nickname I' very wary about this, but it I is spending his leave ,in Chicago, is having on Bustin's Island. II place While the softball
of wish we were there,
;,. .' VP the "Brain Trust" squadron. comes to our ears through Illinois. Hope each of you is having ,Some us I league playing i is over, some postseason .
I too. F. A. Woods!' formerly
,' Members are always pulling down sources usually considered reliable a swell time. I tilts are still scheduled for
7ND. has reported to the Industrial -
with
new degrees. Latest geniuses to I that Lt. Gay is a Harvard Chief Sandefur what's this you ; the Supply-ers. Therefore, theBoosters'
come through with master's! degrees man Lt. Walter Morris, a I say about "Life Begins at Forty" ? I Manager's office for duty. I Club (you everloyalsupporters
.: are Lt. Sadler and Lt. fjg) I squadron member who's also in Have you seen Chief Hunt's new Mr. Ludwig has definitely decided -I ) will continue for a
'Cope-land Lt. Angus Harriet expects charge of the material lab at Pontiac? How does it feel to be to leave us and go to week or two more. Since Supply-
: his law degree In September. -I O&R. will give anyone interestedthe the wealthiest chief in the group? I Charleston. More news next week I ers' regular pitcher is out of the
Lt. Mark Hulsey has already scoop on divining rods. when our chief clerk will be city because of previous commitments .
back. I the team's play-off in the
Employees : City Tournament may end in sud
management through elected shop I den-death. This will not affect its
(Continue! from Page 1) committees, ideal working conditions triumph in the league, however.
meat at the Naval Air Station. with the most modern and I -
employees can apply up-to-date equipment scientific
Prospective
those having no experience at all,
either at the station's Board of safeguards for health and safety, I
MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM I Civil Service Examiners in Build- adequate transportation facilities) I proof of completion of a trade

4 vverk-en ls 1430 and 2000. ing 4.M: ) or at the Florida State from Jacksonville direct to place I course in a recognized school will
and 2000 < -
:w Movies: \Vfrkila)
. + "RETURN OF THE BADMEN.TIIURSDAV" starring Randolph Scott 40 East Bay Street in downtown I exclusive"e of employees.In I To take advantage of the experience .
FRIDAY Jacksonv ille": addition to the modification gained by women during

"ESCAPE," with Rex Harrison Among the benefits available to of the qualifications for journeyman wartime, applications are now being
t; SATIWDAY AND SUNDAY workers here are 26 days of an- trades!!!, a number of changes I accepted from female aircraft .
_ "SUMMER HOLIDAY" featuring Mickey Rooney. nual leave with pay, up to 15 daysof have been made in the requirements workers, also, who can meet
MONDAY sick leave with pay per year, !!! for helpers in all these!! I the necessary requirements for
.;, ," "WALLS OF JERICHO," starring Cornell Wilde. tttirement benefits, group hospitalization trades!!! Previously!! a year of experience aircraft instrument mechanics,
TUESDAY AND WKDNKSDAY periodic pay increases!!!, was required. Now, six I helper aircraft instrument mechanic .
"TWO GUYS FROM TEXAS," featuring Jack Cainon and Dennis cash awards for constructive suggestions months of experience in the trade helper aircraft mechanic
Morgan. representation with will qualify an applicant. For general, and helper general.







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IN SPITE OF FLORIDA'S blaz ,dpper left) Coaches Jacka, Harrington

ing hot and sultry mid-August aft- S :tr King, and Griffin give pointers -

ernoons, Jax-Xavy gridders are out on the proper stance and snap

in full uniform every day for a by the center as the rest of the squad
.
gruelling two-hour session of con closes in to listen. (Upper right)

ditioning exercises, drills, and! practice Working the kinks out of their leg

scrimmages. While other NAS i yiao a uaa muscles, and strengthening back and

personnel are enjoying cool dips in stomach muscles, the gridders go

the station pools, these huskies are I through bicycle exercises on the

bathing in sweat so that Jax has a Mason' Field turf.; (Bottom) Four
< SS a Sa
)
number one eleven to represent it on husky linemen charge a row of dum-

the gridiron when the football)] sea- 41 mies to perfect their blocking tech-

son opens. Only five weeks remain nique. The coaches expect to have

for the squad to be kneaded into the time
the team in tip-top shape by
shape and transformed into a well-)]
the opening game with Fort Bragg _
oiled machine which will be scoring

victory touchdowns for the station. rolls around on 26 September.


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I WAVES Blank All-Stars 10-0 NAS Jax Eliminated In Longer Practices Scheduled As



To Wind Up '48 Softball Season, !: Tri-District-lav's hopes Play-offs for another I INAS NAS Gridders Eye Opening Game


I crack at the All-Navy soft- By DAN IANUZ/1

With only three losses in :25 i starts this season, the hall titk went up In smoke The current heat wave mav have slowed them down a
NAS WAVE softballers wound Tuesday: when It was eliminated -
another successful soft-
up mite but it hasn't the intense activities
stopped practice
,
in he Trl-DUtrict\ championship -
I ball campaign last week behind the scintillating no-hit, no- >> play-offs at Dallas, : of the 40 odd Jax- avy pigskinners this week. With practice

run hurling of mound ace "Slip"Ioser.. I I Texas. After copping their I sessions now scheduled an hour earlier, longer afternoondrill

Chalking up her third no-hit mound performance this opening game \\itii NAS Columbus II I periods are in store for the '48 huskies.
off the ; Monday, "-0, the J "Skip" polished Girls'
year;, City Softball LeagueAllStars > "
I "We're long from being ready the big NAS
l tuo tiltsthe a way ,
men lrojM-| straight
10-0, under the Lacka- ---- ---- 1- __ __ ______
wanna arcs last Saturday nightin following day to blow up : grid mentor, Don Jacka, said this

the final tilt of the season. WAVES Planning any chance they had for tht'I week. "We're going to try to havea
'4H "111ft ball cronn.Last I Practice Begins
Moser went the full fiveinningroute i good ball club here," he added,
: to fan 12 All-Star batters. Volleyball Loop year, Ja\-: a\'y roppfd
The local girls in blue lost little ; the Kast: Coat championshipbut I i For Tiger Grid "and a good many of our boys are

time crossing the plate in the Mas defeated for thek All- inexperienced, so we'll have to
op- To SkillNow
I Improve I hustle do it."
title > A.S Alameda This Week to
ening frame of the AII-Star clash. i Navy by Squad
The Flier coach revealed
The "Jones Girls, Winnie and that the softball season grid
Marge, worked the opposing hurler has ended, the NAS WAVES are ---- -- ----- From now until late Decemberthe that with several new men aug-

for free passes and later scor- making ready for the Jax Play- menting the early season candidates -
turf of the mat area along
ed on Laddie Vladeff's booming grounds' Volleyball Tourney JAX-NAVY TEAM I I the outlook for the 1943
Yorktown avenue will be churned
three-bagger. Ellen Messer start- which starts next month. I campaign has improved consider
ed things rolling in the second by football cleats as the 30 I
up
Led Moser, the local ably.With
by "Skip" -,
with a sharp single to center. | belles will hold their initial SCORES ANOTHER I colored gridders who answered a host of hustling, tough
|
Ruth LaVere reached first on an volleyball practice this afternooni coach "Ace" Woolbright's call linemen, the material for buildinga
All-Star miscue and scored be- : take on outstanding negro elev- formidable forward wall U
hind Messer when Winnie Jones i 1800 on the WAVE barracks NAATC SKEET WIN ens. The Tigers began practice there, but the Flier backfield is
volleyball courts. Four full teamsis
collected her first hit. I' I this week following Woolbright'scall still lacking in power and speedto
the goal of coach Moser so a
"S ,lp" aided her own cause in on Monday. balance with the line.
the Naval Air Advanced
round robin can be held while Defending I
the third canto with a pair of I Six returning veterans from the list of Flier linemen
getting into condition for the in- Training Command skeet I Heading -
NAS runners on the bases, driving town j last season were on hand for the is Joe Sinko, a standout offensive -
tourney.
a triple down the first base trophy successfully for the sec- I initial practice, several of them : and defensive guard last
line to push a pair of runs across Practice sessions will be held I ond straight time since June, the first-string men on the 1947 season A newcomer to balance

the plate. Later, she crossed the I every Tuesday and Thursday at Jax-Navy sharp-shooting disc- I squad. the other side of the pivot is Ray
1800.
plate .herself on Midge Bryant'ssingle. I I busters returned to NAS Jax this' Tommy White heads the veteran -I Adkin, a fast, tough 190-pound.
A pair of walks and base I I Ford Bill Jim
list with two seasons of Tiger Orin Malonsky,
hits Moser and Vladeff tallied Tennis For week sporting a score of 475
by Tourney
grid battles under his belt A Vance, and Ted Dawn top the list
two more runs for the local diam- WAVES Underway HereAn I birds out of a possible 500 and flanker on the 47 club, White will I of at least four more sentry-
ondeers in the fourth inning. still masters of the skeet range. I be out to hold the left end slot berth hopefuls.

Moser was in trouble only once NAS WAVE tennis tourna- Firing in a field of six teams : again this season. E. Wallace, George Kerstein, a hold-over
back in the first when
inning : ment for beginners is currently' at the Saufley Field challenge pivot man on last season's eleven, from the past season's array of
i
walks
three loaded the bases. But
I underway here, and the femalej I trophy match Friday a close race I is also back. J. A. Best. M. Turner, line talent, heads the tackle can
the NAS mound mustered
ace net novices are waging some bit- i developed between NAAS Sauf and E. Butler round out the hold didates. Marvin Weldon, Jim Nu
control to fan two battersto
enough
retire the side. ter cross-net battles. Results of ley Field and the local skeetmen.But I overs.A I gent, Ed Smith, and Tom Henderson -
: the tilts were too late for this the steady accuracy of the grueling slate faces the NAS hold the edge over Bay less,
Laddie Vladeff, WAVE back-
stop, paced the local talent at .I issue. II |I Jaxmen topped the best Saufley Tigers this season, with the I I Acuff, Myers Paterson, King, .
score by two I The Col- and Sweat who all trouble "
the plate with a triple and two Eight seedlings were entered pidgeons. I schedule yet incomplete. spell
singles in three trips. I in the first round of play which J Chief W. L. Arthurs, Jax-Navy ored Pensacola Goslings are sure I to any ball carrier trying to slip
I was slated to start Monday. Har- j: crackshot, took highgunmanhonors 'I to be on the roster, and Hastings past them.
riet Primmer was scheduled to in the match with 99x100. I Vocational, Florida State Normal, Dave Barksdale, line backer de-
Boxing Team meet Mary Lasich in the initial '] Other local scores were Chief D. I and Edward Waters College are luxe, and Bill Emerson will top
pairings, with Eleanor Foley vs'' T. Gallitano 96, Lt. Comdr. J. A. also expected to find a place on ''the battle for the starting pivot

FormedFor "Mike" Irving, Mickey Blank- ': Brough, 95, Lt. G. A. Busbee, 91, the NAS Tiger grid schedule. I post. Al Lewis and a newcomer
Being
enship vs Emma Peterson and and Chief H. Hartley, 91. I The Tigers will be workingout named Coxon make up the center
Barbara Earp vs Jackie Nail in''! Team scores in the Saufley daily from 1430 to 1700 on tryouts

New SeasonThe the remaining opening round Field affair were NAAS Saufley'I I the Mat area. Any colored grid- Homer Winter and Bob Tisdal

NAS boxing team, under I duels. I Field, 473x500, Corpus Christi, I der wishing to report for practicemay lead a fine group of fast ends.
the watchful of Lt. Comdr. I 462x500, Corry Field 461x500 do so by contacting Wool- Keith Bailey, understudy to Jack
Anthony J. Rubino eyes and Chief ; Eight of Johnny Mlze's first 11'' NATB Pensacola, 441x500, and bright at the field or by calling McQuary, 1917 All Navy fullback

"Chip" Chipparoni, is slated to I hits last year were home runs. I Whiting Field 443x500.ni I I II I him on ext. 593. I holds top choice for the "
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Start throwing leather soon. i I I plunging backs job. Johnny Bien-
eman, a third stringer on the star-
Only two veterans of the 1947- Classes To Qualify Enlisted PersonnelAs studded 47 Jax-Navy eleven, has
48 ring team, Mike Hernandez and ,
been running out of the wingbackspot
Pat* Patterson, are back aboardfor steadily, and Jim Hutchin-
Class "B" Will SoonAlthough
the current season. With these Swimmers Begin son. another newcomer to NAS,
two men as a nucleus, the boxing -
looks good at the quarterback
will it's true that sailors -- -- -- ---- -- --- ------
coaches have to form a now !
I :rh ; "O" of three I slot. With a host of inexperiencedtalent
corps of squared-circle mittmen. spend their time at sea ON the l is the test, being ficult and consists parts. I
'able to tread water for First, must be able to swim other backfield jobs are in
New blood is being sought for water, not IN the water, all those swim or I you
the team among station person. stationed at NAS Jax are going :I five minutes Failure to pass this continuously for 200 yards using, a scramble. &
nel. Anyone wishing to come out to be at home in the water before ''' elementary test will result in a in order, breast, side, back, and Before the acid test with Fort .r
for the team should contact Chief they leave here. 'I''I "non-swimmer" classification and crawl strokes for 50 yards each. I Btagg on 26 September in North

Chipparoni at Bldg. 726, ext. 593. Classes to qualify NAS enlisted special instruction. Those who suc- Next is the tired swimmer's carry Carolina, the local gridders will
I I personnel as class "B" swimmerswill I I cessfully complete the "D" test for 20 yards. The final part of the pit their strength against unnamed .
''
Harry Saovey stole 113 bases In begin as soon as departmental I I will go on until they are able to test is swimming 20 feet under elevens in practice scrimmaged
1887, 156 in 1888 and 115 in 1839. I swimming officers submit their I negotiate the "C" and "B" tests. water from a surface dive. I as has been the custom of Jax-

schedules Lt. Comdr. Anthony J. In the "C" test, the swimmer Swimming qualifications basedon Navy elevens In the past. These
Way back in 1876 there was a Rubino, Physical Training officer, must be able to do< 80 yards con- these tests will be entered per. tilts arEto give both teams a
rule in baseball stating that ho announced this week. The classes tinuously, using the backstroke, manently in the service records of chance to assess their power and
player could be replaced by a sub- will be under the direction of Lt. breaststroke, sidestroke, and the all enlisted personnel, and Mndi- to reveal to the coaches any
stitute after the'second Inning, ex- Paul J. King, Station Swimming crawl, in that order, for 20 yards I viduals will be Issued swimming weaknesses which must be cor-
cept for the reason of illness or Officer. each. card: showing successful completion rected before their opening
injury. I The first hurdle facing person The "B" test is even more dif I of the teilt. gamesPage