Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 26, 1948
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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,, .J P- are Two being thousand sought by aviation the Navy cadets during interviews: wlil-'be;;-given at the |' -- -- -

the coming year in an expanded NARTU Administration Bulld'ng.t' I ---- -
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since training the end program of the war.- the first J ... II I Vfol. 6-No. 22 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 26 August 1943

To facilitate the procurement
of candidates in this area, two: I
young officers, Lt. (jg) Robert NotBlewShop Scheduled
Tull and Lt. (jg) John D. Welsh, I
have been assigned'special tem

TU officers porary respectively.duty will make with The NAS their procurement and headquarters NAR--I 'To Open At NAS 7 Sept.

in the Post Office Building'

,. .. ,- 4L --- A "Not-New" Shop to make

y t' i useful articles of all descriptions
4- .
ti ; b } ,.' / Y 1.g.S. available to station per
sonnel at tremendous savings

sx + is being established in the

hi r r NAS Hobby Shop, the Jax Air

.... .. News was informed this
week. Tentative opening date

[I has been set for 7 September.

#'v Merchandise offered for sale by
. i 4 :4 the shop will be acquired in two
different ways. Some of it will
.. be in the form of donations, and

Lt. (Jg) Robert Tuft any money realized from these
p sales will be used only for oper-
((901)) here at NAS. ating expenses. Other articles offered -
Enrollment in the program will for sale will be the propertyof
be expedited for men living in individuals who have asked the
the northeast Florida and south- shop to sell the articles 'for them.

.' east Georgia area when the two Everything will be placed in
$ S
, \ recruiters shortly embark on a I Ir Ii first class condition before it la
tour of cities and towns throughout i offered for sale, it was stated.
this section. Their itinerary is Operating hours will be from
: it' .... being planned to give the maxi- .----e -> -. _. 1000 to 1400 on Tuesdays, Wed-
1 .I t. (jg) John I>, Welsh I mum number of prospective en- Captain M. S. Sheehy nesdays, and Thursdays, and volunteers -

r in town and will interview pros- rollees an opportunity to find out ..,. __ ___-'al:: "t.... ..... w .nI:>. from both the Officers
..: 1\\ pective candidates through the first hand about the Navy's avia- Wives Club and the Navy Wi/es

. : week in Room 44*. On weekends, II (Continued on Page Z) I Club will donate their time and
-- services as sales personnel.
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Mrs. A. I. Malstrom, wife of the
: Cgpt Sheehy Ends Two Commanding Officer, will serve a.*
chairman of the General Committee -

: Week Tour Here Comdr. I II the operation which will of be the responsible shop. Serving for

i.S with her will be Mrs. J. L. Holland -
Mrs. C. L. Denton, Mrs. L.
Coyie Ill; Murphy Leaves 4 Wailer, Mrs. A. Robinson Mrs. M.
+ Smith, and Mrs. L. Zinns.
+ fi' The station's Chaplains stepped into the news with the Mrs. Holland was named chair-

< ': x;' two-week tour of duty here of Captain: S. Sheehy. the' f man of a committee to place sell-

, ;:J t illness of Comdr. James M. Coyle, and the departure of Lt. ing prices on articles donated to
the shop. She will be assisted by.
.I\\g\ II. L. i Murphy[ for Camp Lejeune, N. C. ; J' / Mrs. Denton and Mrs. Zinns.

' ;, I t. Captain Sheehy, on a month-long tour of shore bases hi 1 Lt. Comdr. Anthony J. Rubino.

. "'i:" for the Chaplains' Corps Washington, spent two weeks ( D-H. Iurpl"i' mdr.--James -M. -Coyle I who was present at the organiza-
.' : : at NAS to help out during Comdr.Coyle's tional meeting as a representativeof
, i illness. He officiated at the Physical Training and Rec-

''": It.SS. Mass on 15 August and 22 Aug- School Bus Schedules Effective I (Continued. I on. Page 3))
;: ; ust. Captain Sheehy was Senior ,

.... 1 G".:. Edward's Catholic Chaplain Catholic Chapel here when was dedicated St. 2 Septemfee r Announced In Memo Lt. (jg) Grego Is

:. *J z on 17 January 1913. During ,
,'", his tour of duty at NAS Jacksonville Arrangements have been made New Head Of NAS
same route returning as they did These tickets can be purchased in
? f. from 7 March 1941 to 30 I I
; officials with the Jacksonville I
+ station
. .: ,t<'t;. January 1913. he helped plan and by Coach to in the morning. They will pick up strips of ten at five cents per Commissary StoreLt.
.:,' superintend the building of St. Ed- pro- school children both on and off ticket. Refunds will be made only\
; :; .j low ''
vide cost again
; ward's. He now holds the title of this to and transportation from school for i the station only at regular bus on full strips and not more than ''I' t jg) Anthony Grego, Seventh -
_, :A ,. Monsignor and is on the faculty children year of NAS personnel liv- stops and shelters.On | one month's supply can be pur- I Naval District Assistant Fiscal :: -
.\ the return trip, busses will chased at one time. The JacksonI
} f. of Catholic University in Wash- the NAS and Park Accounting Officer, will take
in Dewey
ing '
not to the Circle. 411 children ville Coach Company will honor
ington. go j I over the direction of the Commissary ::
.S Arrangements are being made housing areas. going in that direction can boarda these tickets only between the Store here next Wednesday,
The schedule was announcedthis station bus at the corner of hours of 0730 and 1700 on school
;'i: for a temporary Catholic Chaplain I relieving Lt. Comdr. E. S. Rhea
i Ir until Lt. Stanley A. Miring; week in Station MemorandumNo. Mustin Road and Yorktown. days. They will not be accepted who, in turn, will replace Lt. M.
1 reports in mid-September. 46-48. It stated that bus serv- Small children who get out of except on the above stated routes G. Saladin as Officer-in-Charge of
: .," 1 f Chaplain Murphy reported to' ice will be provided under this St. Paul's School at noon can I between the Naval Air Station II Supply Stores.Lt. .
.;: NAS on 1 June 1947. He has served : arrangement to Lee High School, catch the Lake Shore bus at St. and St. Paul's School. (jg) Grego, a prominent
Shore School, St. Paul'sSchool
the Lake
:> r. as Secretary of the Navy Relief Paul's School at 1235 and a bus For those attending the Vene- sports figure in the annals of Jax-
and John Gorrie
., -$' ri Society, as Chaplain in charge School attend- will pick up small children from tia School, the bus will leave the ''I{ Navy golfdom, has been with the
.1: ( of the Sunday School, Brig Chaplain High Youngsters the Venetia School at 1215 and Circle at Mustin Road at 0740 and district fiscal accounting office
r. the Venetia School will be
,,' I and<< executive assistant to ing 1410. Parents who may not desireto proceed along Mustin Road and since coming aboard in December.
t,.'.,: Chaplain F. L. Albert, District ]" picked up Bus.by the Duval County have their small children catch Yorktown Avenue through the 1947.
? Chaplain His new assignment is :; School the regular Jacksonville Coach Main Gate to Dewey Park, leaving Lt. Comdr. Rhea who has beenin
will leave
The "school
,: 1 Chaplain of the 2nd Marine Divi- I Company busses at these points there at 0757. Leaving Venetia charge of the CommissaryStore
the circle Mustin Road at 0800
.:1 ; sion. ( must provide transportation for School on the return trip at the since 16 June 1947, will
: Succeeding Chaplain Murphy via Mustin Road, Yorktown Ave- them, it was stated. close of school daily, two trips succeed Lt. Saladin as OinC oC
S will be Lt. (Jg) Charles N Pigott nue, Roosevelt Blvd., Lake Shore School bus tickets will be on will be made; the first for chil- Supply Stores on 1 September. Lt.
.tj who! is expected the first week in Blvd., Bayview Blvd., (Lake sale at the Housing Office, Bldg. dren living on board here at NAS Saladin will leave NAS for a new
Shore School! San Juan Avenue,
'"; r I September. His last tour of duty ) then to 1050, between the hours of 0830 I and the second for children living assignment to a west coast sup-
Herschel Street, over
I was at Coco( Solo in the Canal and 1600 Monday through Friday. I in Dewey Park. ply base.
.' Route 3 to Park and McDuff, within _.
Zone. --- -- --
three blocks of Lee High School,
I and then directly to St. Paul'sSchool. JOB-SEEJLERS LINE UP HERE II

Family Men Will Get, .
__ This bus is scheduled to arriveat
the Main Gate at 0810, the
Preference In Move
j Lake Shore School at 0825, at
McDuff and Park (Lee High h bthirMCE
To Corpus Christi! i School) at 0345, at John GorrIe I

Junior High School at 0855, and ,,
Station officials: moved this finally reach St. Paul's School at
.: week to reduce the disruption of > 0900. II
-oj family life of men serving in :! Returning busses will leave St.
r training units which are expected j Paul's at 1450, John Gorrie Jr.
to be transferred to Corpus High at 1530, Lee High at 1535. I
: t Christ!, Texas, under the program''' and Lake Shore School at 1520 ,
"';!Ii of shifting advanced training to <: and 1550. The busses will take the .
.,' that activity. j .. .
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In Personnel Officer's Memo No. I
''i 95-48, issued Monday, all Division Kindergarten At
Otficers of such units were direct I .
." i" ed to submit lists to the Station To Open i :
w Personnel Officer of persons who
present bona fide hardship cases. ee_
Particular emphasis was to be On 7 SeptemberKindergarten i
given married personnel with children -
classes at the
who( are now comfortablysituated '
.., buying a home, having'' Navy Wives Club sponsored Nur- y*
p" sickness in the family, or married sery will begin 7 September it
personnel who are expecting chil- was announced yesterday. : '
.. '
dren during the time of the an- Enrollment is now underway. ; .
ticipated move, the memo stated. officials said and Mrs. Bedardhas a x "
Division Officers of other units been selected as the teacher "

were requested to screen their personnel The program has been formulatedto Ott, .
to determine the number bring out the natural aptitudes'' ..,wta
S. desiring to transfer to Corpus of each child attending the kindergarten I FROM ALL PARTS OF the Jacksonville area, and from all walks of life, applicants for jobs at
,.d Christ! and<< to submit their names and will include paintIng NAS formed a never-ending line this week at the Employment Office here. The "tell your friends" campaign
to the Personnel Officer. and finger painting, dramatization launched in the Jax Air News last week, was credited with the large turnout of job-seekers. Low
-< The memo asked that the In. clay modeling, coloring, ered requirements also resulted in- the flood of applicants. Here is part of the crowd that was on hand
formation be submitted prior to cutting and pasting, rhythm band early Monday morning waiting for the office to open. Many will soon be working at O&R in various
15 September (Continued .. Page 3) aircraft: trades.tI .

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i I iThis. Hrrk'ii' column I* denoted l ll to 'A!>>N.,. 58, the ('a"I.., Fleet Air
Ferric l Squadron at MAKTI-lid.)

TRAINING ROUNDUPWiththe L- P. 'Nd. R. E. Neeld, W T.

e annual training duty period Pyburn, R. H. Nettles, VV. N. Ed-
Q just completed, a few salient fac- I enfield, W. G Roy N. S. Quaterman -
tors are very much in evidence and Lt R. R. Padgett.
The most (obvious\ is the fact that
+ FASRon 56 is much closer to the WIDER, PLEASE Lt. (jg)

pk point where it could operate as a I Harold S. Levin has reported to
than it i duty as dental ofifcer for our
separate entity was a year I
I'squadron Dr Levin is a graduate
ago In other words, there is a
distinct feeling among members :: of Northwestern!! Dental College
of the squadron that we're "com- Say hello to the "Doc" and let
him know how glad we are to
ing of age Comdr. Leroy Johnson -
_, X11 appeared to 'be well satisfiedand I, have' him around even if you don't
issued a "Well done" to all need' a million dollars worth of

hands at the close of the training. bridgework. He'll) be with us on
at,1 One of the more important each drill period. His presenceought '

changes which took place was the to serve as some sort of
A division of the squadron into two incentive> to Walter Grage. SR ,

balanced sections, currently termed who is studying dentistry; at EmAft..
""A" and "B". Section "A" was ory University, Just to show you .
scheduled for ground school during that the Naval Air Reserve does

the first week of the cruise':, try to make the punishment fit
while Section B received in-sen'- the crime Walt is striking for a

ice training in the shops and on dental technician's rate --- and

the line The schedule was reversed we're betting that he's! going to
:. the second week in order be lots of help to Doc Le"'In.

K\KK\UIIKRK; YOU TORN: at NAS nowadays you will see large vans being loaded with to give both sections equal oPI'r-1 HANGAR :MUSIC-Everyone is

material from Seventh Naval District offices!! which are being moved to Charleston, S. C. in accordance tunity in ground school and shop, talking about the squadron' members -

I with the consolidation of the Seventh with the Sixth N, D. The move is scheduled to be completed syllabi. All seamen' lecruits received who qualified as marksmen.But .
by 1 September with local motor lines doing the hauling Here, Public Works laborers load one a full two weeks of ground' in case you haven't' heard,

of the vans with equipment from the District medical offices in the Dispensary. school. they're A. B Markham, D. S.
I Watson, and Henry Ginn Lt.
--------- -- GITMO GAMBLE-High spot
TTEwal's{ A Lot Of Babies! 1 of the annual training period I Comdr W. W. Kane reported: on

was the RON which IS nonratedmen I 7 August a.s administrative assistant -
CHAPLAINS' in the squadron enjoyed at to Comdr. Johnson. Lt. Comdr.

Births At Dependents' Unit Guantanamo Bay All hands Kane is a resident of Daytona

voiced high approval, and it may BE'ach.here! he operates a tour-
CORNER be gathered that an enjoyablestay ist home. He will serve the squadron -

Hit 3,000 Mark Last SundayStill I was had by all. FASRon 38 in an Associate Volunteer status -

members who made the trip were Newpermanent ranks
another milestone was passed by the Dependents'Unit W. Grage. H. Ginn J. R. 'alana have created' three rank changesin
of the Naval here last when I \\'. T. Davis, C L Ennis, D. S. the squadron. Officially they
Hospital Sunday
One day in India a poor Watson, J. F Culver, W. D. are now Lt. Comdr. Fay Lt. Harris -
officials announced the birth of the 3,000th baby since the beggar lifted his and saw
I eyes Cannon, C. A. Rite, S. Gendzier, and Lt. t jgi Whitworth. LooksPape
of the institution December 1944. I standing before him a handsomeand the two lower-ranking
on --- ---- -- --- as though
The proud parents of the history-making baby are wealthy rajah. Hope and expectancy officers can get pins and shoulder
I rose high in the beggar'sheart.
Sgt Walter L. and Betty Childs In their honor and the. beards for nothing, but Lt Comdr.
I But the next moment his r Fay will have to buy new insignia -
infant's too has ---- --------- HospitalChatter
a gala party spirits fell as he heard the Prince Don't forget to give
been planned for this afternoonat on 20 May of that year broughtinto ask him for something to eat. Brother Roundtree a slap on the
1500. Guests will be the officiating the world the 2,050th baby The beggar realized then that
lb. 11 girl.
back. It's a 7 oz. baby
doctor, Lt (jgl) E J. Le- born at the Dependents' Unit, an- the Rajah had seen his bowl of Our old shipmate Crim is also

genza; Miss Vivian Blasingame, other girl. The parents were JackD. rice which he was saving for his I i i. the proud ,of a baby girl

the attending nurse; the corps- Gross. AMM2c, and Mrs. Gross. f'enlngmeal.. Thinking to himself, I Because of the acute housing born on 7 August poppa Joe Stozen-
men who assisted in the delivery, Sgt. Childs is attached to the 'this Prince has plenty, he Clipped shortage for our feathered friends, ski' of the squadron spent two
and fellow patients of Mrs. Childs. Marine Barracks here his fingers into the bowl and drew from all classification
we are asking assistance weeks in Atlanta at the new -
Little Walter, Jr, won't be able out three grains of r'ice.which. he hands in a bird-house project that school Wish we could
to eat any of the ice cream and placed in the outstretched hand, should start immediately. We'I give you a running description of
take which will be served, but it New "DriveContinued The Prince thanked him and left hope the O T. Shop will be buzz- that Gitmo trip, but pace is

is expected that mom and pop Later, while preparing his supper I. ing with action, and that archi- short See you next month.
will act as his stand-ins and consume ( from Page 1) the beggar found in his bowl tects will be bustling everywhereas I .
an extra helping. tion cadet three shining grains of gold glistening a result of this plea. :

Hospital records show that an I Cadets signed program.up under this Then, when among his the opportunity rest of the rice.was Acey-Ducey players, in what Navy Wives Club Will
average of 68 babies have been is ? If need
will be permitted to Indicate shape your game you
program forever, he exclaimed -
bom ,there each month since theDppE'ndents' gone passionately do whatJ. Name Two New OfficersTwo
the date they wish to report "If I had only known 0 practice, we suggest you
Unit was commissioned. for and Indoctrination Meek on A-6 did recently.; He
flight training, -
Prince what reward,
was they I
The 1,000 mark was reached i made a collapsible board new officers will be electedat
will be given at either spe-
thou shouldst have had it !
on 25 January 1946 when a Pensacola, Florida, or Cor- The is but am"I I cial type: canvas. Makes no difference the Navy Wives Club meeting
foregoing an
baby girl was born to Chief and Christi, Texas. story where he goes, that board next Thursday, it was announcedthis
pus Indian legend, yet, in a future
Mis Harold A. Rostm. The 2,000th stays right with him. He is one week. The meeting will beheld
The four of active dutyin day, multitudes will be uttering a
baby was born to Chief and Mrs. of those boys who believes prac- at 1300 in the Dewey Park
the Naval Reserve called for similar exclamation concerningwhat I Clubhouse and will be to all
Don C. McKanna on 5 May 1947.It tice makes perfect. open
under the program inC'lucJe8 they might have given to a wives.
was a boy. However, becauseof Navy
I I Patients who are interested in ,
months of indoctrination and greater Prince. And we do not
twin births, the 2,000 deliveryOfficers' I the social prizes
in the At August
competing All-Navy Pho-
flight training and a period of have to wait for another worldto I
: service with the operating force. see the truth and force of its tography Contest had better get were awarded to Mrs. Alice Rob-
started their inson, Mrs Veda Miller, and Mrs.
on entries. The 0.T
Cadets are designated as NavalAviators application.Time .
Wives Will I Department is all set to help 'ouI I Mary Smith. Mrs. Margaret Bren-
upon successful completion and talents placed in the I )
Hear Miss Sunya Bowen of flight training and com- outstretched hand of the King of walk off with the grand prize, 'I nan and. Mrs. Robinson were hostesses -
missioned either in thea'.al There are three Kodak 620's anda
as ensigns
Kings are enriched and ennobled j .
Interpretive reading by Miss Reserve or second lieutenants until a golden glow sheds happiness -I 4x5 Speed Graphic camera ,
Sunya Bowen will highlight the in the Marine Corps Reserve not alone in the heart of the' available just--1 for the asking_
of the Officers' I While in a training status, the those I --
monthly meeting: giver but in the lives of had all that was mine!" i
Wives Club on Wednesday, 1 September I cadet receives pay of $75 a month, around about him. A man who j Behold, now is the acceptable I' ( from Page 1) .
at the "O" Club. The free board and lodging, and a uni- has wholeheartedly given a gift time. Let I
us give
luncheon meeting is scheduled for : form allowance of $180. Prem- to God has always discovered a increasingly as I and rhythmic games.Kindergarten !!.
our days go by and lea'e-the miracle classes will be
1300. iums on a $10,000 government life
rich treasure within his own personality -
to Him to turn it into
conducted I throughFriday
For reservations, phone ext. insurance policy are paid by the and life. Similarly, those Chaplain Robert L,
Murphy from 0900 to 1200. Rates'
8154 prior to Tuesday evening, 31 Navy while he is taking flight who seek to retain all for self find I
are $10 month with a |2
training. per
ugust. pleasant things perishing with the .
Upon successful completion of using. And there is a corresponding \t-arlv charge for supplies.

training, the newlydesignatedNaval emptiness of soul. e I .e Detailed information on the kind *

Jax Air Hews Aviator receives the mini- And, finally, comes the day ot rgarten may be obtained) by
mum pay and allowances of an days when the King shall say unto ailing pxt. 368.
At the !station (hiprU, Illrminrhuni
Editorial Office unmarried ensign: or second lieu- those upon his right hand, "Come HOld and Muotln Avenue .

South Wing Lower ()eck.ldg' ., tenant in a flight status, $290 per ye blessed of my Father; inherit 1'ruttfctant Chief: "Who gave :you that
) MO! month. 'the kingdom prepared for you from ill! i I' -; '. t'".in) r. black eye?"
G.; .t'I'hl 1 i I
I To candidates must be the foundation of the world I Boot had to
Telephone Extension8184! qualify I 1045-( ..-nt"i ,u u..in.hlp" ;s,>i\ ice-Chap. : "Nobody fight
'native born Americans or naturalized for inasmuch as ye have done it I II'n i' F, !?. Albnt. for It."
Arthur M. (Greene, Editor I citizens for at least 10 unto the least of these, my breth- 0930-bumlny S<'hon"!, Small Chapel.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published years, must be over 18 and less I ren, ye have done it unto me." t U''OO-MalS: Catholic I Burglar: "Please let me go, lady.
:! weekly at the U. S. Naval than 25 years of ag, and must ; Then, indeed shall there come a : 0910-Mass I've never done anything wrong in
Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, have completed a minimum of chorus from many throats, "0 I II An outdoor Nursery for small chil : my life"

and printed commercially with two years at an accredited college, I I Rajah of the Universe, if I had j dren 121(). is maintained between. WuO and I Old Maid: "Well, it's!! not. too late
non-appropriated funds at no ex-I university, or junior cdUpe.: I lonly known, Thou shotildst'! have i to learn"
and -- --- --- ---- ---- ---- -
pense to the government -

compliance with SecNav Circular I I STALEMATE Uy Ed Hughes, LI3 'Phoney
Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December Kenort"

1945 Copies are distributed free :

of charge at the Naval Air Station I ,

the Naval Air Reserve Train- _
,, 1 1vl _
ing Unit, the Headquarters of the C
Naval Air Advanced Training

Command, Headquarters of the I -
Seventh Naval District, Naval .'

Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field

and the U. S. Naval HoepitaL' i
f NOht
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of sy,yib
the Ship, Editorial Association and s.
the Armed }'''/'Cf'1 Press Service. Reproduction i _i r
of material from these r
eouices must! bear a credit line. RepibJlcutlon -
ot other matter, except by
tecvke public-attorn, la prohibited
\vtthoiit WPI mission tlf Editor JAX AIR M
li WS.

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26 August 1948 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


I Commercial Bulletin I

,1 ',t Bulletin will b* accepted until space ha been filled but Dot ,. ;
than 1000 Ext.
later Tuesday. 8230.

Hut SALE pen and pad. Mrs. J. L. Beery, ext
735, Apartment Q, Bldg.. 800.
" Coach-type folding baby carriage with I Thoroughbred Cocker ., Four I '
perfect condition. $35: com. black and two gold colored, H. An-
hInath\n car tied and neat, *3; uld tier, 8-0261. k 8 ,,, i '
but unable bafhlnette. $4: and a baby Grand; piano with a solid mahogany
bassinette with pad $3 Mrs. D, T. case In perfect condition. Mrs.. An-
Callltano. 1136B Allegheny Road net, 22153.
NAS, ext 359.Xkmton 19:16: PI) mouth four-door sedan with ,,
terrier puppies 8 week tld. ladlo and heater, $325. Uoodieau ,saM r"p

Male $10: female 7. Frunk Fulmer, ext. 6335. '
U43 San Juan Avenue. 1946 Hudson Super-Six sedan with new
paint Job. Call Darlak. ext. 8270.
tuning lod six feet long.
Two-buiner kerosene heater will' heat
Also a Tenix Senator 2.0 feel, both
three Used
looms. only two months,
Can be at 103 c H
for Been room
: tt will sell for $8. Lt. Dunklee. ext.
,, ii> Main Administration Bldg. 8240 1 t Mw
R. R Lew IB, AOC.
thrt- radio $25.!
Threeofficer's uniform, will tit mllnapPloxlmalt'ly immediately-
Must sell only three
6'3", 175 Ib
weight *" weeks old. Call Henderson' ext. 375:
waist 'Ao! 30 Inches Contact Mrs.
s Kale Calhoun FaIr 114 WildernessLane
Greenville, South Carviinu.a Two-room apartment with gas stove A.
a Johnson 5.5 hp. outboard motor anda hot water and ....ml.p. hate bath, -: : c
$8 aII t't'k. Call 8-1837 after 1HJO
ten and one-halt foot ply\\cod
boat. Both In good condUlon. Will and ask for Alec.
Hell for $125. CJ. E McKinley, ext. Will share house with two girls $20
286. each per month. Anne Seay. phone 3 3tl
Kenmoie washing machine In good 4-4681 during working hours, or 9-
working condition. $25, Segal, 1217A: 2191 after working 1 hours. vN
a'K'cJ'k'tet' NAS. Two bedrooms with private tile bath :
: Uptight Cable piano for $150. Also a I Beds with Innerspring mattresses
f 1948 Ford convertible for equity R. steam heat. Mrs. Mai tin. 25581.
1). French, phone 91550. Two sleeping looms, furnished. Mrs, '
To the highest bidder 1941 Oldsmo- Berlnhout. 23781. i'
Upstairs apartment In large brick : : i
.1. bile model 78" four-door sedan. Ra-
.. home with two baths and completely :
r- silo and heater, engine recently over ..."
hauled. Let me tell you about It. furnished kitchen for $125 per ,
month. R. B. Plirlamle 7-705X! )
Chief KHz, Bldg. 105, or call ext. .
261.. Two-bedroom, five-loom upper apartment S
Will Mil my equity In a 1939 LaSalle unfurnished. except for heater
lour-door sedan Call Chief bridge, and hot water tank. Mis. Dozier t
ext. 292. 75371.
Two and one-half bedroom. house, FOrnlshed room next to bath with kitchen .
stiivco <>n block. Just .redecorated. Inside I pi h IIf'acf'll. Newman.' 3-0853.
and (,ut. Dally bus service to Two-room apartment with eletllcstove CLERKS AND OTIIEK KEY. office personnel here wit

." town: neat (church shopping: center I garage If desired. All conveniences. nessed a demonstration of a new typewriter attachment
J. M Joiner 2-0116
and II<'hcoOl. Price $8,500. $1,700 Four looms and bath with garage, unfurnished last Friday at the Publications and Printing office which, its
down t'J<
$< '
or plus closing cots to
St. Johns Rlvei In Orange distributors claim, eliminates the use of carbon At
() I. }'('I d. 4629: Blount Avenue Tim. I on paper.
uittiana Manor phone 9-9931! or 9- I Park. Convenient to NAS, No right is a close-up of the device showing the extra ribbon
R. R. Lake, ext.
tJ6I!) Children 8'.111.Room or pets which is used instead of carbon paper. This aid the demonstrator

Royal rtl and Knneld recently motorcycle overhauled newly I saint.$75 with double bed will rent to asserted, will save one hour in every working day

caKh. Phone 2-2394. and ask for Luther couple or two men. Private bath, air since the time consumed by continually inserting carbon
Hhoudes.1MO conditioning(, and drinking) ( fountain. paper is also eliminated. It can be used for up to five copiesof
Also room with twin beds and semiprivate -
two-door deluxe Ford. I t'bulltmutor bath Mrs. Houston, phone correspondence and other typewritten matter.
und reconditioned mechanically. -- ---
82770. - -
Five practically new tire,
Private room with piano and kltcheoprivileges.
paint, rimtllght. fox light, and seat Call after )t-I(J) at 1Renll8t'IIIf'r :\:<8
covers, Will take $875, can be financed. i
Avenue and ask for Mis.Peel. 6IE iSUPPLY
Sleveiman. 3-1416! .
Slightly used play pen and baby .11'01. One-bedroom apartments with lajgeliving I AROUNEEZIrY
ler. A)t'fIjoU7D< Yukon Street, Dewey .
room dinette and fully equipped
kitchen $80 month. Can seeapartments I I. =
3040 per __ SALLIES
two-door Ford sedan In excellent -
McDuft and
condition AA R. L. T, Lojd. Shop l.tOl.: Downing Streets.on corner bits Streng. ,I AROUNO-O & Rrr

Sleeping room, corn ml ttable. Venetian
Will sell (II' trade my equity In a I
blinds and continuous hot water.
1!>46 Dodge with low mileage and \t'ct"tlMlrlt'ti Division by Kli/a- I ISee
Near six bus lines. Including) : NAS
good condition See C. C. Phl/er' at beth 1\12"'h-'e were scuttled last
route. Mrs. Sue Rngeis! lOlb Hair
where Mr. Lewis is
1423 a
Cumberland Road after tunny
Almost new furniture! Including three : Street. : week. Guess there wasn't enough 1 reader. Caught him looking overFergfe's PET PEEVES Lucelle WOOl: e

rliHlrs cocktail table end table WANTK1I; I room in the paper for our col- I shoulder the other morning I "I hate to be kept waiting for
time-switch flr>or lamp, and radio.- A good "B" flat clarinet at a reasonable umn. (Ed. Note The copy at- I
f'halrs and tables all mahogany. See pi ke. Will either buy or swap I rived too late to make last week's scanning the paper. All the anything or anybody.; If someone
Replce: ut 4U 7C Yukon Street a ladles' perfect diamond lIng or comics seem to be very interestingthese ''
ey I'uik.Sllxhtly Dt'w'l a registered! pedigreed Cocker\ Spaniel edition). There was wailing and days. j says they are going to be someplace -

used Serta mattress for S13: for It. Call U-0765 and askbor gnashing of teeth. Some of mypublicityhappy ,I at a certain time, I want
Dent" to listen to the
L. R. Jlun",> .forget
n, SICA, 3719 Rlley Avenue Mrs. Jones.
friends were so
them to be there at that time and
Dewey Paik, or ext.: 3 1J.: Two riders. from Southslde Ektates or broadcast of interviews with O,!tR I i ,
Two-wheel luggage trailer, 4'\6', Inpood \Idnlt)', near Hogan!: Road, to NAS. grief-stricken they nearly shot employees this week on WOBS at I I not later." J, P. Sono: "My pet
condition. Call ext. 8178. Rlc- \\"olkln.hOUI.., 07iO( to 1545. H. Lew- me. They thought it was my 1645 night. You hear peeve is getting up in the morn-
claitlelll. III, Radio Shop Hangar 122. I fault. But I took care of that. I every may ing." E. S. Schumacher: "I
3JM7 house trailer 23 feet long, like Ride from 9th and Pearl to O&R Shop : shot them first. 'Nuff said. Now your own voice.
new with electric refrigerator.; bot dally. working hour from 0745 to Hear Jean S, is quite the poker hate to be in a hurry dressing
tied gas stove, chrome breakfast I 16.'K: ) Contact Miss Shashy at :58602J. down to business. Prop Shop reports player. It you look close, ;you may for work in the meaning and suddenly
set and other start 8 September Reed is back from
many modern featuies. Want to Jimmy pop a shoe-lace when I tie
I I hnd snake's due to late hours.
Priced to sell bee Carl R. Ride from Avondale I section on Pine there in Tennessee. We've eyes
)!f'<'k. Trout Trailer Court Roosevelt I Street For further particulars call up We have two new employees in it. Then I feel like going on annual
Highway.Email I I, Mrs. Lanier ext. 480.> found a Dan'l Boone in our midst. our division. Clarabelle and Ferdi- leave for a couple of days."
\ tl\ .I''om bungalow with electrically Ride from l College and James Streets This sharpshooter declares he can
nand. Any similarity to Tiny Kohler: "I hate to
equipped, I kitchen and ga- ,, to NAS stalling", 13: September.Voik: : shoot an .alligator in the left eye persons
inge. Only: paitlally, furnished on lot Ing hiniis.! 715; to 16:40.:: Cull Eleanor: living or dead is essentially true. stumble over my husband's shoes
3X'xl50') Call b1ra. Patti F. Bennett \\ ..nwllllli f. ..,I. 5.T: : at a distance of from the Cafeteria If the shoe fits, wear it.It's which are always in the middle of
after )" .)0. 20514. I to O&R. Will someone kindly'olunte..r "
the floor.. Ruby Touch. .
a heyday for O&R with all
Movie camera Universal Clnemasler furnish ?
to alligator
\ an
8mm. f2.5 rt JIlted lens, built-in exposure FRA Delegates To We're from Missouri Why does these new and old employees com- ton: "I hate to sit right behind A > >
meter, and carrying case. ing back to work. We will certainly couple of smoochers in the
Carlson like to
Almost new won ks good. $70 slue, Inspector Andy ,
movies, because that usually
welcome all of old and
will sell for $40. DeMarla, Operu- Dallas Convention tie knots in Slim's apron strings ? our pals
lions ext. 26. has new ones, too. Lt. Williams, an means ;you can't hear or see any-
Poor Slim not only leaking
3JM8: Pontiac Torpedo SlUeistreak $:Z" I thing." Betty Young: "Peo
expert on employment, is on a
50 K). Holbrook ext. 211. Leave Jax TomorrowTwo seals but heckling inspectors find. two week tour at IRD giving a ple who nudge you when they; are
Eight: aciei of land In Dlnsmore. Will What does Jack so
sacrifice for best offer, but can't I delegates from Branch 91, interesting in the store room ? hand with applicants seeking jobs. talking to you, or poke you withan
accept less than $2OO. Will also trade Parking places are getting hard elbow in your side when they
Association will has blondes
Fleet Reserve This reporter seen no
lot at beach for house trailer. Call think said
a to find these with they've something
.. Davis, ext.: 553.393K i leave Jacksonville tomorrow to attend but feels there must be one hid days so many
screamingly funny are
two-di DeSoto for $350.: Call the National Convention of den somewhere back there new employees, aren't they? my very

Walpole, ext.: 8165, or after "ol'l..Ing.1 the FRA at Dallas, Texas, scheduled from Ordnance comes rumors EnglnH'rlng-by: Llbbya Boy- special aversions A. Hebert:
hours "When red
at Orange Park 278-t. you're coasting out a
18' Road Queen house trailer, butane I 29 August through 1 Sep. that Johnny Knowlton is buying ett SMILES.: According to a light to keep from coming to a

efiulpid/ with floor heater, asphalt tember. The delegates are J. S. coffee for certain members of the study in psychology, so much can I' full and smart
tile floor, and a" nings See at Ha Kemp and Harvey Miller shop What happens to those be done and won with smiles. Now stop some guy
ley's Trailer Court, Tlmuquana Road I races around you and gets in
with cooler weather here will
will be we
or talk to Chief Weaver at O&R I Accompanying the men five-inning practice games Cope- I front to force ;you to stop, then
Mrs. Anne ? He failed to see more smiles in the office and
Electric Shp.rw their wives, Kemp, land cooks up men- I turn as red as the light." .
: -burner Florence porcelain heater president of the Ladies Auxiliary tion ten innings and a city tournament less "hot weather frowns" and irritability -
$35: ; ladies' bicycle, SIS: 10 foot A. W. Bennett: "My pet peeve is
Few know thata
local and Mrs. Paula Who hides behind people
the .
of group, "
canvas-covered boat, $25. Call Eher- people who have pet peeves (Just
enman, ext. 662. Miller, secretary of the auxiliary.On closed doors when the mailman person's most constant and con- where does that put him ?)
0' Of(leers' uniforms, length 37 I Inches, the eve of the departure of comes by then let's someone else tinuous expression finally "freezes

waist! 3to Inches, l,/'seam 34. Elastic: the convention delegates, it was look at the mail first ? A little un- and gets imbedded in the face, so ADDENDA. Welcome to publi-

blue blues topcoat.$20: : whites$10;, three$5: light new weight khaki revealed that Branch 91's membership finished business ? How was smile and the world smiles with cations section, which moves from

coats. Best offer Lt. P. C. Hutch- now stands at approximately the ball game last Wednesday, you its present location in Building

ins 1394! Cumberland Road 750. Recently, the organ- Johnny? Say Fussell, how SWAB TIIK DECK: Ask Chief"Tiny" 600 to third floor of Building 110.
.r" .. f ofa with wing bucked chair, two mahogany Schassar about his Some of the old personnel who
end tables one mahogany ization installed new officers to do ;you rate these long vacations ? new
the From Instrument the homeof coat of arms insignia for "Deck will seem new, affected by the
coffee table, two Hollywood tingle serve during coming year. ,
beds.! Kenmore washing machine, all happy fishermen and retired Swabbies." Watch out you don't change, are Rita Jochum, John

In excellent condition and reasonable hook batters! comes word that get burned with that alkaline lye, Dillaberry, and Kathryn Crooks
Lt. Cnmdr. Dunn, 2.3602,
or ext. 456. Not New Lake George Is the best place in Also a piece of steeliae wooliae ;)'belle Roycroit's dotter

your metal lawn chairs, practically Florida for bass. The fact thatno might get in your eye Aye, Yap, was married last Friday New-

new, and a Champion' 4.2 hp. outboard I (Continued from Page 1) catch was to be had has noth- Yae! comers: Welcome back to Helen

3724A Norman motor Street 47 model., Dewey Beshears Park, I reation Department, expressed his ing to do with it. Well, Pat and HOT STUFF. You all should Holm; who comes to us from Mem-

Ti Icy tie. folding baby carriage.side appreciation for the fine spirit Mike! Sue went to Fulton last have seen "Mad House Tracy" phis NAS and before that was
walk tcooter, and a bathroom gas, shown by the ladies in getting week and brought back four big turn on the Java friday the 13th! on this station with the Supply .

Street Iwnter., or See call Nazal ext.: 247.at 1338 Dancy behind this project. croakers. And -in less than an I After getting a cupful of boiling Officers' School. Welcome, also\ ,

Apex washing; machine, ringer t> pei; I "Under such capable manage- hour, too.Per.onael. Java, he couldn't turn off the to Ward Harris in Disbursing,

Zenith radio and phonogiaph 1 comMnntlon. ment, I feel sure that the Not- and AdminUIration soput. Amidst some good hot George McMillan, Mail and Mes-

and leuthei. table five-piece top model bicakfast; chrome set : I! New Shop will be an overwhelming by Dot 11k'k..on-Mr. Cribbs, the words, jumping around like a senger division Lincoln Coats,

funull tublr. bi edge lamps) pliii I I success" he said. lucky man, is on a week's vaca kangaroo, getting a big pool of fireman in Salvage Yard, and Roe-

--- -----.-- ---.- --- tion. Think I heard him say he steaming Java on the deck, even I eey L. Weeks, a tab operator in

was going down the State. Maybe; getting scalded, he finally succeeded Accounting. Vacationers: Sadie -

': he'll have some good fish tales to in turning it off. Murphy and Jim Turner-she

a o o Dlo D0 tell us on his return. Anyway, LOS E S I) M K 1'ONT11' tli to North Carolina and he to Mary-

have a good time, :Mr. Cribbs. BRIDES: Joining the staff of land, each to visit home folks:

Sandy Altman has been out on lonesome post-war brides is Mrs. Jennifer Vance--to Baltimore and

the sick list. Pappy Warren has Helen Steward. Her husband was New York; Norma Nix and family

MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM been out sick, too. Whats' the on maneuvers in California andis are "camping out" near Gainesville

Movies: Weekdays-1730 and 2000; \\t't'k-f'nc1'1-J.l30 and 2000. matter, "Glamour Boy," too many leaving for Japan this week. Georgia; Hartley Steevefl,

TI 11'ItSDAY.r programs lately ? Helen took a trip with relativesto with his squaw and papooses, journeyed -

4' "THUNDERHOOF," starring Preston Foster and :M. Stewart. Spurlock, we've missed your col- Waycross, Georgia, Thursday. to Key West for the week.

ritniAY umn lately, so I'll do a little ad Helen's' H. H. (hunk of husband) ------ -
Perhaps chemist Bill "Wolf" Early
"SO THIS IS NEW YORK," with Henry :Morgan and Rudy Jibing for you. Miss Brooks has was peeved at her once becauseshe is expecting some high school

Vallce. been to New York on >a two cut off about two feet of her i tour again.

MATUIUIAY AND SUNDAY week's vacation. From all accounts hair! .

L "STATE OF THE UNION," featuring Spencer Tracy and Katherine she really "painted the THE CHEMICAL LAB: The I

Hepburn. town red," so to speak. Spurlock Chem Lab underwent a spectacular Eng: "Why does that cow eeem

MONDAY has been off for two weeks, too, change in decoration last so happy when she's being milked

"MELODY TIME," with Hoy Rogers and Doris Day. tripping the light fantastic. These week. Note the cream colored ?"

TUESDAY ANI WEDNESDAY people with all this money for walls and white ceiling. Every I Ag: "She is a baseball fan and

"TAP ROOTS" starring Van Heflin end Susan llayw nl. vacations ,should pnss it around. thing Immovable was painted likes the Yanks." .

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I 'l



,, First Held
Inler-Squad Scrimmoge

,Y. ..ik '-4. By Local Gridders Last Saturday s I



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strides were made
the winners and George Kerateln
last week by Coach DonJacka's Saturday's scrimmage gave the
first real indication of the kind and Marvin Weldon were at the
1918 Jax-Navy: grid of team Jax-Navy would field this tackle slots. At the guard posts
./ huskies as the entire squadset year The careful conditioning, Bill Malonoski and Orin Ford

its sights on the opening. which began early last month, : drew the starting assignments
was clearly evident as the two and John Coxon was over the
t. game with Fort Bragg in ,
1 ball
# teams clashed The men had plenty -
North Carolina, now only four. of stamina, wind, and power. A strong Blue line, with Baker
weeks away. Room for improvement was notedin and Meyers on the flanks. Sweat
s The conditioning exercises nowa hopping to signals, timing, and and Bayliss at tackle Joe Sinko
to. '. thing of the past the g ridden: I co-ordination. and Ray Adkins at guard and Al
are now devoting all their time :! In the Gold team's 28.7 triumphover Lewis as pivot man, fought a los-
I to perfecting plays ant smoothIng the Blue eleven, a moderate Ing battle as the Blue backs were
off rough edges which: showedup passing attack overshadowed the unable to penetrate the Gold for-
in the first inter-squad scrimmage under-timed running plays on oc- ward wall. Gordon Kent Paul
I staged last Saturday. casion. Though several backs Martin, Len Willlngham, and Jo-
"We're all shooting for a vic- reeled off long gains around the Warton made up the starting Blue

: tory in our debut with the Armyat ends, not many plays went- i backs.
Fort Bragg," the towering grid through either line The free use of substitutionsgave
mentor confided, "and every member The Gold team, spirited by quarterback the Jax-Navy coaching start A;-.'
of the squad is putting his Jim Hutchinson and full- a chance to see all its men in ac- .
heart and soul into the daily prac- back Keith "Bull" Bailey, held a tion. But the score indicated th.>
% tice sessions.: You can take my slight edge all afternoon over Its lack of reserves which the coaches -
I IW $ i word for it, there's no loafing riVals. Rounding out the Gold hope' .to remedy before th.
around Mason Field these days," jersey backfield Johnny Biene- season opens.
he said.Varsity. man was out on the wing and From now until the season op(
t ---I Carl Anderson ran in the tailback ens Coach Jacka will feature an
I spot. Bob Tisdale and Homer inter-squad head-knocking contest -
Teams To Enjoy Winters worked the ends for every Saturday afternoon

Outing And BarbequeMembers
FOUR> ENTRIES: in the All-Station VVAVKS tennis singles I of the varsity softball, Keen Expected
tourne\ being played herthis w "'ek on the \\" A V E tennis i baseball. WAVES softball. and Competition

courts daily, stop at the net to, wish each other luck before I golf teams will be treated to a I
I taking to th.' tourt fur thur mat.then. Thi' embryonic AhuMarbles gala outing and barbeque at the For Berths On Boxing TeamTwenty
,, ,
anleft to njjlit n..o KoleMar % Rasu i n Mickey Skeet Club next Friday in recog-
Blankfiiarup, Mild Jai kie Nail.
nition of their outstanding contribution -
Jax Navy ringhouet'tlls
to the Air Station. schedule begins on MO: ) Aug-

Score Of New Candidates Raises Plans for tt party wore released will join three mainstays u.s.t. From this talented gioup
of the 1017 1 I station
I I yesterday by Lt. Com+ir.-1 coaches A. J. Kubino and"Chip" .!
Anthony J. Rubino. PhysicalTraining boxing team: in the: scramblefor

1 1948 Tier'!-' Grid Mentor's Hones. for NAS. and Recreation Officer when: berths the on regular the 18 training squad i ( ten('hipp of the tl'oni best will to handpick wear-

Twenty recent< addition the NAS Jax TijjeiV list Hear Admiral Ernest \\'. Litch, the Jax-Navy colors ia\ the
Chief of Naval Air Advanced
of candidates hate raided the hopes of coach "Ace" \\ool- : squared circle this season.
< <
Training, and Captain A. I. :Mal- LOCAL SKEETMEN
hright fur another sucre'ssftll Tiger pigskin sea.xon.With I strum NAS Commanding Of ticct, Mike Hernandez husky lightweight -
leads the trio of veterans
almost double the number, of candidates he had i have been invited as honor guestsat Hernandez, who will make hi-

for the initial practice session last week the Tiger[ mentor I the big affair DEFEND TITLE AT third appearance wearing the

now has a host of experienced talent from which to pick a NAS spangles, was awarded the
fast, powerful eleven I JaxTakes Earl :NATAL: Sportsmanship tr'II\
Coach Woolbnght and his assistant Lead In :\IINavSwir PENSACOLA FRIDAYThe last year for his outstanding c'< ntributipns -

Tom White, are devoting Teams Sign Up .\ powerful JaNusulm to the athletic program
this week to calisthenics and conditioning team took the lead in the Jax-Navy: skeet team will at NAS Jax. He is a former Gold,
exercises.: Body contact For Intra-Mural i opening night'. event* of the be out to score another: Naval Air en Gloves champ and holder ot t :a
work !11; expected to begin soon. I WorlllWhll'lI-\IiSwlm- Advanced Training Command Florida A.A.U. championship N A-
The local colored pigskmners! Volleyball LoopSixteen ming uiitl Dltlng Clianipioiixhipx victory when it takes on the TAC crown, and Sevf'nthrD.. title -

will work out of two dilferent for- at Philadelphia, I'a., '...11.i ..,- !I sharp-shooting: quintets from five .
mations this season with prefer- teams have already entered day when It topped the: 300 nll-I j other training command activitiesat Pat Patterson will enter the
ence for the "T" in the forefront. the NAS Jax Intra-mural ter medley relay title and held! | Pensacola tomorrow. ring this season as Jax's leading
Coach Woolbnght has been working volleyball loop which is scheduled ''a leading margin in the onemeter Once again the local bird- middleweight contender. "Pound
the single wing formation, to get underway on 6 Sep- I' dUIng event.Splashing I busters will put the NAATC fckeettrophy ing Pat" made a clean sweep of
but the colored lads have been tember. Deadline for the Florida Colored A.A.U. championships -
: signing on Ih..lr3)' to their : on the line, defending: it ,
having more success with the fam- teams has been set for today. and the Regional Olym-
->t "utep of an \II- *\'y championship. for the third time since June. In
ous "T" Teams will play each other several (harlie Carroll, Hay : the last two outings, the challengers pic tryouts in Jacksonville )last
The local grid tutor has been times during the season, and I frliulade. and Hilly ('lingenpeei, j jN.11t'fl' were wIthin reach of the June
Joe ;Martin hammer-fisted U 7pound..r -
giving special attention to his the top winners in each league I mermen wearing Jav-: title, but Jax: gunners drew
who will lead the welterweights -
linemen this week, and the line will stage a round-robin for the I Navy colors, finished strong/ in sharper beads to come out on into the local is
talent is shaping up in fine form. station volleyball title if more I I the 300 meter medley relaysuini top 'ITNAS
I the third holdover from the
Napoleon Cheatman, two-year than two leagues are drafted. A to register 10 Importantpoints. On the firing: line tomorrow In. Jax Martin was
Tiger veteran, will form the nucleus "Little World Series" will decide I addition to the Jax-Navy will be'' ring corps
the sensation of the Golden Gloves
for the forward Tiger wall the station champ in the cost of Trindade. NATAC and Tri- ; teams from Whiting Field, Sauf-
this season. i only two leagues.Although I Distrlft one-meter diving I here last year. scoring rapid
'! the schedule has ley Field Curry Field, NAS Corpus -I knockouts in his first two outings
The biggest man on the lot is not 'tampion., took the lead over Christi, and NATB Pensa- and taking decision on the final
John flow'len, a tackle, who tips yet been: drawn up, games will be ''a held of highly-touted Nat > I i-ola. Saufley Field took the run night in spite a of a hand injury.
the scales at 220. Dan Lemon played on hangar volleyball courts I !springboard artists with O'J.l I I ner-up spot in a match last week (! Competition will be strong and
and Lou Bright another pair of and are, expected to start at 1630 point. Carroll tuok third placeIn I but was edged out by the local keen in the three retuinees' weight
tackles over the 200 lb. mark, daily Any department which has ': the 1500 meter freestjle, I I'dod.lug Leapt by three discs. berths since several men answering -
not entered so far may do so by distance in .
off the
will be pushing letterman Cheat- Chief W. L. Arthurs, crack-shot the call of Chief "Chips" have
calling or by submitting .
man for the starting tackle post :1:41.1.Log 1 : will lead
roster at Bldjf T2Envin : ---I it the Jax-Navy quintet applied for these berths and have
this season -- the local skeetmen to Pensacola. I had considerable experience
For a fast backfield, Tommy In[ his last outing, Arthurs blasted i| But ring talent In all weights is
White will join Milton Turn!';'. Scott Of Jax Named : 99 birds out of a possible: 100 still needed. Light heavyweightsand
Johnny Best, and Ernie Bulter front the sky to take high-gun- : heavyweights with experienceare
a group of veterans White was I To '48 All-Navy Golf Team :man honors, Lt. Comdr J. A. > an objective of the local coaching -
a standout end on the '47 Tiger I' trough, Lt G A, Busbee.,, Chief : staff. All station personnel interested -
gridders. I Erwin Scottr A Jax golfer I D. T. Galhtano and Chief H. have been asked to contact
It was learned this week that fired a 305 In the 72-hole All- .40., and Mi-l>onald ,i oppetl the I J Hartley make up the remainder of Chief Chipparoni at ext. 59.5: : A8l
the NATB Pensacola Giants. the Navy Golf Tournament in San I I runnei-up spot with a 312: !: I:he local talent or to report in person to Bldg 7
only other colored service eleven Francisco, Calif., last week to ; -
on Tiger roster, will field a big I qualify as a member of the All-I TIGER NINE TO WIND UP SEASON I

and fast group of pigskinners this Navy Team which opened the y opao.rov.r
season. ter-Service Golf matches at Pl'bI I miYrrrr

ble Beach, Calif, yesterday I _

The Tn-Distnct team of Tony : +rowwwYr+rwwi ,4... w.ru.wrwwr
Jackie Nail Is I Grego, Joe McDonald, Bill Whls-I
ler, and Gerald Robertson
First To Reach the runner-up team spot over a
wide field of talented Navy links-

WAVES Net Finals : men. 1M'I

I Grego of Jax-Navy took 11th :
Jackie Nail, playing a polished place, McDonald of Jax copped'
brand ot ball for a beginner, became 15th place, and Robertson of Cor- I
the first entry in the All- pus Christi came in 20th In the
Station WAVES tennis tournament one-week All-Navy affair. ,
to reach the finals this week Scott remained in California I
when she topped Mickey Blanken- with the All-Navy team which
ship, G-3, 6-1. in a pair of fast entered the Inter-Service title
sets on the NAS WAVE courts, matches yesterday. This year, the
Nail and Dlankcnship reachedthe Navy was selected as host at th'
semi-finals in their half of Pebble Beach tournament.In .
the tourney bracket when both of
I the Tri-distnct 72hidematch
their failed to show
opponents up
at Ponte Vedra last month I '.
for the scheduled first round
I four men from the Jax-Navy team
matches earlier in the week. f k
placed on the inter-district com- I
Harriet Primmer won a bo. Grego set the blistering pace
finals' spot: in the only semi-I in that affair with a scintillat-
match of the week by blasting out I !
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a win over' Mary Hasten, 6-1, 6-1
Primmer took the lead in both Supervisor, winner of the first AS TilE TIGRIS Glun" RS donned their moleskins last week, the Tiger baseball squad prepared
,sets to gain her first round vic- Preakness in 1873, received $1,800 to wind up another successful diamond campaign. The team, shown just before the start of *
tory. Eleanor Foley and "Mike" for hi* victory, while Citation, recent game with a local colored nine>, includes, left to right top row M. Williams T White
Irving had yet to play their first the 1918 winner, collected $91,870 (manager), E Buchanan, and C. Creer; bottom row J, A. Johnson, S L. Collier, D. Morris, I.. C
round at press time. for his owner. McDani l. W. N. Lomax, and D. F. Matloy.I .

II -1Pape