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: September 16, 1948
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Vol. 6-No. 25 16 September 1948

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command

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'rStation Jewish t At i I Free Admission

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Personnel Asked I
MR. ,.

';;:;" To Jax Services Grid Games

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High Holy Days Will Must Be In Uniform;

Be Observed In First Dependents Also See

Two Weeks Of October Tilts Without. Charge

,f Personnel of Jewish faithat I'
Afraid high prices will
the Naval Air Station have
leave budget too
l been j invited hv the Jewish i your tightto
provide for football tickets
community of Jacksonville to +t i 81l
...... this year ? Has the problem
with them in celebrating
join : of transportation
the High Holy Days of Rosh Municipal
l Stadium i been worrying you
-, Hashonah and Yom Kippur
grid fans without automobilesof
J< p& which will be observed the own ''

. '{ k**.' first two weeks in October. your

:."' ", Rosh' Hashonah, the traditional Forget it! All your troubles
.i' Jewish New Year, will be celebrated } c have been taken" care of! Physical
ht:, from sunset Sunday Framing and Recreation has
Tuesday Yom Kippur, nought of everything! You'll be

t 1"1"through; the Day of Atonement, is observed o : ; able to enjoy every Jax-Navy home

\ r from sunset 12 October to sunset e. game. at the Gator Bowl, and it
13 October, .. mi i cost you one penny-except
i .a -' ,nl' cokes, hot dogs, and peanuts
No Jewish religious services areS
;S ,: scheduled at NAS since there are t e z t ) Y tS, all hands will be able to
t, get a Mill quota of top-notch football -
{ ; not a sufficient number of personnel -
again this year at no costpi -
of this faith aboard to P
a t
>\idi'd uniforms Your
are worn.
i .S. warrant such services Instead, .vi i( : .
unit! >tm will be admission
': Navy officials have always facilitated A your
:':..../. the attendance of Jewish l tl< k't to the stadium, and your
} dependents will be admitted
.; personnel at services in town and free,
r't ;. too, upon presentation of their dependents -
have granted leave, if practicable '

?;' to servicemen and women of JewIsh .._._._.____..______n__. cardsMmessful,
'' tJ::: faith so that they might spcrd TR.\1MNO IV \RLlN-SPIKE seamanship is again being given at NAS, the fIrst time since Jast tear
'j I'j.IJf' the holidays at home with their the boot amp here was closed four years! ago. The instruction is gin seamen intuits now undergoing I. This is the second year that

r, ;+ ,.. families, two weeks of annual training duty at NAPTU Here. Cliff Reinheimer TD2 shows the reservists servicemen in uniform have been
permitted to attend the
it...:...: Reformed services' will be held how a fender is spliied during a class m seamanship at the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit face of Last games)
: at Temple Ahavath Chesed, Laura The group now on active dutv: is the largest in the: history ot the local unit charge year's policy
was so successful that officials decided
: and Ashley Streets, Rosh Hasho- '
.,.... nah services are scheduled on 3 Duties to adopt it again this .year
4'-, ; Captain Robert O. Minter Assumes General admission tickets will
.-'i October at 2000 and 4 October at
bo on sale at $1 for civilians and
1000 Yom Kippur: services will
he held at 2000 on 12 October and service personnel not in umfol m.
As Station Overhaul And ChIldren's tickets are 50 cent
Repair Officer
' (.; from 1000 through 1800 the following ;
.9\ / day, And getting back to that tl an>lpOl'tation -
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Rob rt O Mmt ---
: :-t I I Captain i assumed deal, It's free, toO! bp sual -
Roth orthodox and conservative
) : services will be conducted at the FILING CLOSES FOR( Repair the Othitr duties hen of 0t'l last haul week and, ALL HANDS URGED TO bowl express is being service arranged right to Navy the

x Jacksonville Jewish Center, Third 'edni (orndi, E. Dud- I
sin c } Joseph busses will load on the station
",' < and Silver Streets, as follows APPRENTICEFOURTH I'I for RENEW NSLI BEFOREEXPIRATION up
: son wh lift last month dUlY i and whisk you right out to the

\. f .' ROSH 1HSIIONAIIC'onervntii 1 1I I ."""", ... ,.. stadium They wait around fur i
CLASS EXAMINATION DATE you until the game is over and
., J ; 3 October--2000
7 j take you back to the station if
4 October 0730
# 5 October-0730- I The deadline for filing applications I All National Sei\ue Life Insurance vou're too worn out from cheering -

'';. .g::,, Orthodox for the Apprentice Fourth term policies now in force to go anywhere after the
Class examination passed last
S 3 Octbbor- 1800 I which were issued prior to 1 Jan- game
{. ; Monday, it was announced :yesterday -
4 Oct, 0730 & 1800 The pick-up point and the schedule -
: uary 1946 expire eight years from
, by the local Board of U S of haven't been
I departure arranged -
\ the date of issue station
Civil Service Examiners personnel -
' : yet, but they will bo announced -
1 'ti: TOM KIPPUR Applicants who filed their appli- were reminded last week by prior to the first home

(Conservative and Orthodox-) cations before the closing date the, Benefits and Insurance Ofnce | game on 3 October. On the return

r 12 October-1800 will be given a written test and No provision has been made for trip, the busses generally" load on
; ,' y. 5- 13 October-0730 through 1800 I will be placed on an eligible register the automatic renewal of these I the north side of the stadium.

-1 :: Traditional orthodox service according to the grade made policies, it was stated, and they | At present, four home gamesare
'l:i :: have also been announced by the in the test. From this! register, expire rather than lapse since they scheduled at the Gator Bowl,

/; Etz Chayyim Congregation, 1243 the new class of apprentices will are on the term plan No grace j jpt'riod with arrangements for a fifth, at
Boulevard, The New Year services ..
be selected is under this '
.',. possible system the close of the season, still un-
are scheduled for 1800 on 3 In the event that a sufficient i

fL, October, 1000 and 1700 on the 4th, I, number of applicants fail to attain In order to renew these policies, i derway-- -. -
,f. ." and 1000 on the Mh, Yom Kippur .I an eligible rating in the written the insured must execute a renewal rent policy, to cover payment of
:,: will be observed at 1745 on 12.I test, the examination will be application prior to the expIra- premiums based on the new' in-
October and from 1000 to 1800 on announced again, it was stated tion date of his current pohcv At : surable age
the 13th, I Persons selected to take the train- with the Bureau of Aeronauticsin the same time, he must registera All hands were also remindedof : I

Those desiring home hospitality I ing will receive $.76 per hour and Washington new allotment effective priorto then privilege to convert their
during this period should /get in I will receive an increase in pay as The new head of O&R, who the expiration date of the ur- I insurance to a permanent form
touch with Rabbi Sidney M. Lef- their training progresses each hails from :Martmsville, Virginia, -

"" kowitz of the Temple II year Of course, since the apprentice received his commission in June, I EXPLAINING NAVY CUSTOM i
4 ,-Il. r' I program here is recognized 1924, following his graduation _
AI>\''\NChllNI; ) I3EOINNIItS' by the Veterans Administration, from the Naval Academy During
I I will World War II he served on the I
veterans under the program
i be entitled to subsistence under !staffs of ComSoVVesPac and Com-
Spanish classes' for beginnersand I the G I. Bill of Rights, if eligibleto Air 7th Fleet. He holds: the Legionof Ii
advanced students, sponsoredby I receive subsistence Merit
the NAS Educational Office,
I i It is' anticipated that approxi- From 9 June 1944 to 15 August
are now in progress, Interested mately 100 apprentices will start Hit, he was officer-in-charge of i
personnel may obtain detailed information the new class sometime in November the aeronautical engineering curriculum .

by phoning ext 618 or I Training is offered in a num- IT.s,N.P.G S., Annapolis I
by calling in at the officein
person i
ber of skilled trades, and persons
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Progress ReportedIn

'I Fund Drive For ;I'A

A Baptist Hospital I

1 The Baptist. Hospital Fund
Mm',' nt VAS:; got off to a flying
a t air i 1 last wt''I k as 2J;;) departmental
: pi *x. ntiti\'es began the task ot ,
""I1"ta\tln ; every cIvilian worker
here" tm' contributions

Although less than a week has

passed Suite the launching of the

campaign here, Michael Cascone )J.il.; JAIL is-iin- : > c..1.1), ( nut of iVavait>ei u u :: : is
general chairman, reported" that pictured here with Army and Air Force generals when the Navy ;

Official V S Navy Photograph *!>0t has already been collectedand moved into the Pentagon Building in Washington recently. He

that pledge cards amountingto is explaining to Gen Hoyt S, Vandenberg, Air Force Chief of Staff,
: N.VVY'S the carrier.based XAJ-1, ha* two reciprocating have been signed by em
;; (left) and Lt Gen J, Lawton Collins, Army Deputy Chief ot Staff: ,
'. engines and a turlm jet engine. The plane, eaimhta of carry- ployees.At the Navy's tradition of using miniature desk flags: to indicate

roil a heavier bomb load faster than carner-hased plane now in the close! of Hi* first week when officers are "aboard" (in the building). The Admiral is holdingthe

operation has completed urcrsfully Its first a"ri 4 of t_t flight.I (Ct!Ullt limed on 1'age :3)) flag of Uu Secretary of Defense


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Poge Two JAX AIR NEWS September 1048






(Tide weeVl column b devoted *. Fleet Alt fttrvlc S > t.C
the two we+k-+ad vertlre .gu dr.. .t NABTU.-Kd.)
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;, \ all end Wingtalk has received word

j guys who like tb chomp on a' that our old shipmate, J. F. Culver

\::.' cheroot and even those of you is in St. Luke's Hospital, andwe're
: : who ordinarily don't but would
,, he'd be
: sure considerably
like to try as long as they're being:
:" ';,J handed out for free here's the cheered by visits from his friend

r, tip! Our boy, Rosenkranz, has I For those of you who'd like to
been advanced from ADE2 to I drop in and chat awhile with him,
t ADE1 and he's fair game for Hav- the visiting hours at the hospital

a-Tampa handouts. Those who I, are from 1400 to 1600 and from

1 expressed wonderment at his con- I 1800 to 2030. It look as

tinuous happy smile of late now though we're going to have another

know the reason. Wonder if the I member for our deep end

smile will still be there after all club. Don't express too much

you guys hit him up for cheroots ? amazement, but it does look as

ROVING REPORTER Week- though our shipmate Jacob,
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ADE2, has one only.
The date is 10 December and, from .'

Rainbow Girls Y what we gathr, it', going to bea

big church affair. All the squadron
FOR MANY TEARS the joins in wishing him and his

Rainbow Girls from Jackson- intended: .the very best, and don't
ville have trouped out to NAS forget to save about 140 slices of
each weekend to attend enlisted -
cake for your shipmates, chum.
dances at Mainside Auditorium -
While we're dishing out congratulations .
Although the personnel -
let's not
of the has changed
the back to those in
stilt slap on our
many times, the girls are
who recently the
squadron passed
ever ready to come out as danc-
examination for advancement
ing partners for station enlisted or
change 'in rate. Here they are:
men, rain or shine. (Above)
D. E. Kemp W. A Smith, J. H.
Surrounded by her girls who
Little, C. G. Posey, W. H. E have off
just stepped a Navy
field, F. H. Driscoll, W. T. Davis,
bus which brought them out
from town, Mrs. Pauline Becker and A. D. Henley.

has been in charge of the group PAY DIRT-We'd like to talk

since early in the war. Priorto about money and we'll bet for

that, she served as a chaperone I once that you lads are willing: to

(Right) Between dances V listen just as long as we keep the

the girls and sailors flock to topic of conversation on that green

the auditorium lobby where zfQ stuff. Were happy to state that

Welfare provides free cokes. i L most squadron members will be

The Air Station Band providesthe receiving a little extra change on

music for the regular weekly their next pay check. The Muop, ,

dances while big-name bands according to Chief Williams of

are hired, when possible, for the Organized Personnel Office, IB
gala occasions. that longevity will be paid for

your week-end drills and that it's
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retroactive from last March 25th.

Funny, we don't hear any squawksthis
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HOBBY SHOP leave with you, My peace I give time.

unto you." Peace for our hearts UP THE GANGWAY Say

NOTES Hospital CHAP-LA I that are broken because of sin; "Welcome aboard" and shake

peace for souls that are twisted the hands of the new squadron

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We notice that attendance has j peace for the ceaseless strivingsof the past month. They sic L. C.

doubled since re-opening last Chatter :I men and the endless strife ofnations Wenham AMEAA. T. E. LJde. SA,

week. Could It be the "New -- --- "My peace I give unto R. B. :Manley RMN3, and B. A.

Look", the bargains offered by the"NotNew" Yep-We've got the buns, dogs, Tin LEGACY OF PEACE you." Felton, SA. We'd like to officially

Shop, or just more I and all the makings All patients This is not his name, but this Will the world never learn! welcome them Into the fold anti

personnel taking interest in va- I muster in the Grove just outside is what he did. When John Smith I % Chaplain A. C. B9yer. wish them a most pleasant tour

rious hobbies? From the looksof Hospital Ship's Service Building died in my home town he left of duty.

things. Chief Cammlll of Inspection tonight at 1930. You can cook 'em $ 4OOO and no will. That's how Captain LEGAL EAGLE None clhr
& Survey (O&R) wasn'tsatisfied to suit yourself. A mighty fine I
he wanted it. "My relatives, he than our maintenance officer. Lt.
with a new model Ford. party, fellas- girls, music, and I I said, "can fight for it" He wantedto I Md. (Prior to reporting from Page to 1)NAS Comdr. L. R. Baxter, has lettivtd
He installed a supercharged car- dancing. leave them of strife I
a legacy his L.L.B. from the University of
buretor and if it doesn't work he Jacksonville he was director of
Now hear this! Bunco Party and contention. I Florida College of Law. His license
knows who to blame Poking 20 at the Personnel Division of BuAer
I Monday night, September
That's what the world always to practice law in the State
through the Carpenter Shop who 1930 Red Cross Recreation Hall Washington.
leaves us! The world never' gives i Comdr. Dodson served of Florida awaits an official investigation '-
did we come across but Lt. Kingof Southern Bell Telephone girls I
substance or cold cash. into his character. We'llbe
or reality Officer here from November
PT and F. A. Mueller of- I&S : from Jax will sponsor the party. 1916,
character witnesses if he'll
It leaves only shadows and'is- until 1948.
deep in the intricate mystery of Mucho fun! Prizes. Refreshments! August,
ions and notes. The promise reduced rates on a case
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how to build a book shelf. Well, .
their ; world knows only a giving that we have coming up. Seems we
they accomplished project
ends in strife, a heaven that endsin e were caught with an overdue library -
anyway and each came out with a Filing s e e.
hell. "My relative can fight card.ALOHA .
masterpiece Ask Chris 4
Sprowles for whom he made that (Continued from Page 1) for it. Don't forget the next
I How different is the giving of At the Station FASRon 58 week-end drill. Jt',
leather hand bag. Must be his I competing in the written test will Chapels, Hirmligham
!1 Christ! "Peace I leave with you, Road and Muttln Arena.l'rotei.taat on 9 and 10 October and we'll: lie
mother, or perhaps some girl backin be given an opportunity to indicate "
My peace I give unto you. When I I seeing all your smiling fa'fat
Pennsylvania their trade preference. Trades 0930
| --Sunday Small Chapel
Christ died and rose again He left that time. By the if something .
With so much going on around i! in which training is offered in- l045t'nt"'itl'OIJhl- Set 1 \ ice Chap way
the legacy of peace. lain Fmrv-ls, L Albert.CatkolU paramount in impottance
here, it would take someone with | elude aircraft instrument mechanic i
And was there ever a time when
four hands and a dozen eyes to aircraft mechanic general, aircraft : 0700-M as. comes up and you're unable to
'mankind needed that peace mote make one of our drill period. JM-
with We electrician 09.30MassChaplain
keep up every project. motor mechanic, ,
I desperately than now? On the J. A. Wldman will officiate rangements can be made for
do hope see more personnel i machinist, metalsmith aviation,
I faces of and old, at home at bolh nutcfcet.
young equivalent duty. See the Senior
of the facilities
taking advantage !! electronics mechanic electropla- ceases
offered them at the It is mechanic and and abroad, everywhere you hearit Type Training Officer, ComdrF
shop. | ter, automotive An outdoor Nursery tor ..mHIIhll!l
getting close to Christmas, so let'sget carpenter.The clamoring for expression: dren If maintained between 09(>0 andTHEY'LL E. Schrader, on the north suit of
"Peace! We want pence-peacein 100.I : the hangar
started on some of those handmade I station's!! initial class of a... '
our world, peace in our lives: ..
gifts. How about it ? We apprentices completed their first ..
have the tools, machinery, and ': year of training under the pro- i peace in our hearts! I HANDLE GRID BROADCASTS
And ;yet, here it is. "Peace I
material; all you need are your : gram in April and were then pro- I .. ...
hands, an idea, and the will to I moted to Apprentices, Third Class. "

do something. I This has resulted in a need for a Jax Air News a

There Mill tw a meetiug of the i new apprentice class which will ..

Hobby "Shop riM.lo Club this evening | be supplied by the recent examination Editorial Office .
at 1JMK UVU-4MW, J,lM t ;g- which was announced for the .
South Ltmer DerL
\Vi"K ,
ra.oIwNi, I' purpose of determining those eligible UkJaSfI: :;;
Hour ,
Hobby Shop for such training. Trlephuue 'u..1uu--SJ. 8-1 '
WH-kda-1700 to 21ttr.Saturdsy1510 | No date has been st for the ,. >
Arthur M. Greene Julltor
to 2100.Wednesday written test, but it i. expectedj ,. cr .,J K,
"ynt-4eN" tu'f'" (Inure The JAX AIR NEWS is published ,, ,
Tuesday and Thuikd; j the test will be given some weekly at the U. S. Naval I "" .
', idP
-1001 to 1400 i time in the near future. Air Station. Jacksonville. Florida I
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> and printed commercially with :.rh"

non-appropriated funds at no expense -

to the government and in

compliance with SecNav Circular

Letter 45-1918 dated 12 Det'.amber >

1945. Copies are distributed fret-

MAINSIDE AUDITORIUMS of charge at the Naval Air Sta- Syb
tion, the Naval. Air Reserve Train

S Mntiea: "'s.da-n30 anA 2400; .idii-I4SO M..I 21H1. i ig Unit the Headquaitei of the

Till-KSDAV I Naval Air Advanced Training

s 'TRAIL TO LAREDO", starring Charles Starrett and Smiley Command, Naval Auxiliary Air ..

IJuimlt Station Cecil Field, and the V. S

FKII1AV Naval Hospital.
"SORRY, WRONG NUMBER", with Barbara Stanwyck and Bert .* PLAY-BY.l'LA1'uescripl ion of Jax-Navy home football
TU, JAX AIR NKUg: \ rmnUx-r .,1( ,
Lancaster. a games will be broadc-Mft from the Uatnr Bowl thin radio
the WilK: ljU rUI AHUM !lylkn l urul! season by
I >
.SATI1KIJAY the Airmd K MH Picas S'ivl I.,.. Jit- station WOBS Lt rvmidt Centhnn ]j.,Iunat \". NARTU Public In'foimatineia -
featuring James Stewart and Joan Chajxlkr. !><-o
MO.VUAV nouicei mu.l tsar. It "EODVGUARD", with Lawrence Tierney and P. Lane t ;eivlfe: of olifhDlloIf nlhei matter e'Mjt too> Sr8r bot otl h. rmpulMr dit jockeyof newscaster, will be in charge

TI)} !nAl' AMI UEONt: >'lAV t without> |..|>, nl, ,l.n .,) K 1tt..i piiihlbildl.I< X AH; I (>'flfludi'n. This will t*. the fin M time since 1014 that Jax-="7ay

"GOOD SAM", starring (;IiJ'> ('. r)per and Ann Sheridan. 1'loWS }aid ioiiie, "t,- t ttJt"n unttj ovu r i I a I local<< radio Mation.I .


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Division by ElUa-\; -

beth W. Mach There's lots of him he was going to sue it for
news this week, and whether It is non-support.

good or bad all depends on your In Instrument Shop, we have

point of view. Now that I have all sorts of stuff and rumors and

put myself in line for trouble, let's things Florence Barlar is going to

get down to the latest. The other take Vivian's place, we think, on

day Reilly decided to cut downon paper work. I hope you like it,

tL the size of his family, so he lo lort'nceVhere does Lan<'8.e-

t sold one bird dog. Dimes to dough- ter's mind wander off to each

nuts says he'll get two more to day ? He sometimes looks as If

take its place Who went to he's already counting that million

Georgia recently and confiscated dollars he will inherit when his

enough country-cured meat and rich uncle In the poor house dies

peanuts to feed" an army ? Afraid Shame on you Charlie, you

you were losing weight Mr. failed to warn Snuffy about the

s z, Hughes ? The Prop Shop wel- proper line length and strength

comes the following new employes when you went tarpon fishing the

James Ashley, Lucille George, other night. And here I was all

A Pearl A. Cannon Leola H. Kirk I. set to tell the world about our

and Marie M. McCarty Mike, I "Champ". Better luck next time,

what are those jitters caused I I anyway I'll bet we have the
from Is there a manager angle ? : of
------- I youngest looking crop grandmothers -
MKMIir.HS OP Till': WAGE survey committee meet with chairman A O Anderson to discussthe As Whitey Morris said whenhe ever assembled. Just lis-

results ot their first week work contacting local business firms for wage data on jobs similar to4thoe transferred to the Oxygen'I'ten to Ruth Grundmann, Rusty

at the Naval Air Station. Field work in the survey is expected to take at least another week. Shop, "Seclusion is what I like. I Mrs. Evans and Mrs. Owens at

information will be compiled here and then sent Washington for action. Employees are encouraged From Ordnance I understandthat lunch time comparing notes and

to take an active interest in the survey, submit data, and suggest additional business con- congratulations are in order. I snap shots.

cerns to contact. It's a boy for Carver, our new 1 I Personnel 1- Administration by
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I Bubble Club. It's a boy for Ryan
bar now has two men working

I' Commercial Bulletin I SURPLYiLLlES also. Gee! with all these proud I for her! :Mr. Ellis recentlyarrived
papas In the shop and another one I for work In the Records

Bulletin* will be accepted until space has been tilled, but not ,, counting the days, I guess I'll I Section and is a sure-fire life saver

'. later than 1000 Tuesday. Kxt.: 8 >30. have to order some sort of badgefor : Haven't seen Jimmie Log-
veiwaie. dunes , ,, HUt SALE s. IIA' Ialf-sl/e bed with springs mattieiti R. de ,", liUln St.Dewey .: Martin all made mechanic ratings
I the sick list Miss Rich-
f'' and pillows for $2>. Sec Hook at l'al".
I from apprentice trainees Then ardson is lending a hand to
1JJ1U Randolph SIAS.; Jo'IH'-plt'Cp Ihlnic loom suite kitchen now
Thoroughbred Cocker foi sale Call II I table with four chairs and a table I they all got together and broughtone I Personnel Lt. (jg) Sweat took
Annex 8-OJfcl:: I ICI tudlo Cline. 1128 Cumberland Road I BOWLING BITS. Bowlers please box of cigars to pass around. off for Texas last week. She is
l and piano In perfect condition, L.Annei. Ict'-box. three months old, to sLut but for-
Cool 1 ato. note: Supply is planning Smart idea fellows, your driving there to visit with her
'. .2-213J i
I in excellent condition. Call Muiphut its own Bowling League this year, mer instructors did that, too. Is
; Seven and une-half cubic foot 2-6973 after 1700. I new nephew. Her Another will accompany
spot lefiUeiator In new (,,,, COld-I tout-door sedan wllh I which means putting six {-man it a habit now ? Shorty Williams her on the return trip.
1936 Plymouth
t' $175. Chief Van and DPI 1530.en, ext. t 5'J radio and heater75: or best olio teams on the alleys, and in orderto i is back. He is easily recognizable Seems as though that ole saying

twten 0700 -I r. Goodreau, ext. bJJ5. .obtain reservations at the by the usual shiner! men"
I ;._" Baby crib In tiood condition for $15. I "Texas is where men are ,
L. V. Bt'll.J933.: Large and small tilcjvle, $:; each I Springfield Center, it is necessaryto I Mr. King of Cable and Packing I draws more than one woman
v! Three sets ot nliicei's whites, sl/b Wagon $3: ; utility tialler. >75; 65'' begin immediately Ken Wilkins I Shops has been suffering from a the state line. Hmmml
31 Call Mis. St. Elmo Acosta. 9- cubic ft. cllplu lty. Call lllist at across
I extension Is handlingthe : He he has .
at 8144 bad cold
at 1< .( 329. 748 or ext. 343. recently says : Mrs. Eyman the nurse, won-
};: For sale or t..ade--t'11 a Speedgia- 19-U: Bulrk. -four-door sedan, 'u't'l organization, and anyone, civilian i tried so many home remedies that ders how much shimp you should

!..,.,. phlc or a Clown Giaphlc with all only luuO miles since oveihaul. enlisted, or officer personnel ''he feels like a bottle of patent boil when cooking for two. Any-
fit eatraa. Tuinei'. ext 5'!.:3. take $1.'!()(). C. A. Brown 1AJ7B attached to this department is medicine. We said if the darn one who can help her will be welcome
foui-door custom sedan I
4'c :1947 Has radio clock. and a new wt of dolph St, NAS. for rt'asonableI I invited to join. Scoring will be : thing kept on getting the best of and their assistance greatly
; Hits with two-jear guaiantee Will Baby bed and mattress by the usual handicap method, so I that
rice. Also i-hlld pedal car Blown, appreciated am sure
f r sell equity joixi: or ext can a08.Ulbbs .be lettnanced.Chief I 1JJ7B Randolph 5 St., NAS. if you have a very low score don 1 INSIDE everyone wants to welcome our

E-, with airBrlxgsStratton Have too many Jun.-lil.'llIni these: mind that a bit-come on out anyway new O&R Officer, Captain Minter,
skiff 16' long an -
; sea \\lncheMei M-1917, JO-Ob Spotter, Call Ken and give him your
Will aboard. Welcome and we-
motor Captain,
; cooled i Winchester, .2JO: Swift WORKS
r. vg. WO. and where to reach PUBLIC
take 3123 lot both. Can be seen at weaver scope ex $l:1S.:: Stevens 12 name you- hope you will enjoy your tour of
.P';. Cedar Rl\ei Fish Camp on San Juan I .VJ-41U: or come out to Springfield next
; double, as new $43. Stevens the Administration Building duty with us.Inspection .
':,. Ave Ballard. ext. 11l7.: I new, Tuesday night at seven o'clock for In
(not piastlcl i. piucUcally : Helen Bur
Group by ?
t 1'011..1'olllk..r.. and ;f.d the "new car" bug finally bit I
Wicker baby lit maple $, Mdnton JO double I'eicunolon. establishing handicaps, getting ,
high chair McKayl: -:1M55.Tailormade steal for $.10. Rogers & SpenceiUimplnx Laurie Rosenburg Have you seen n..lte--Sorry to report the )Ollt
set of blues, juniper sUe! .44 Percussion Match your arms limbered up, and so on I his Dodge ? Pretty! Helen Johnsonis of four chiefs in the group this

M". liouws site :W x 33. Will Tar get. new, t*>5' leglei-Golchei full SASSIETY NEWS: Last Saturday leave this week with her week" G. F. Bergin AMC, C. J.
take JJO. O A Hemphlll. ADi.: ext Percussion J4.. $"iO, on
stock Kentucky
}, night at the Lobster House, I Flynn, ADC R. H. Zerba, AMC
bti1. I Ammo extra for &11. Lt. Comdr. hubby Paul who is home from
Two-'bvdiooin house completely fur. I Hunter, ext 458.1'OK: Vera Simonds was guest of honor school on vacation. 1 1I were transferred to Memphis

J' nlshed. Located lour 17. mile south enclosed of KENT at a delightful dinner, given b;) I Leftovers from our Scrapbook: where they will be instructors at

.; NAS backjaid on Highway and gaiage.large$500 down Foui-ioom apartment for couple 'Mrs. her cohorts in the Cone pondence Mrs. Perkins found a cabin vvay I II NATTC, and C. J. Clifton ADC

payment.. Call Oiange Perk J-J43.: Ll. I Alvls. 2-14JJ.: : Section. Night Blooming cereus. back in the Everglades where ;tie who transfers to ATU. We'll miss

Va) ne.Cocker Large: loom with pilvale bath. Ideal from Elizabeth Slade's garden I spent her Labor Day week. Geo.Clark having you men with us, and wish
Spaniel puppies. Mis. Magee, Jot two ladles or two gentlemen. graced the table, and Vera wa of the Labor you the best of luck on jour new
screened poichSwedebuis formerly
Quartets TT or .'\t. 4t>7rentable Also I'OOR"lth
I presented with a traveling bag assignments.Two .
electric Singer: sewing ma- 75346. Section and now of the Salvage
condition. Lt as a remembrance of the occasion new inspectors are wel..
c'hln In excellent Three-ioom duplex apartment down- Yard, came over for a few min-
t.. a (jgloulen' rat 312.Bedioom I stalls, with private bath and en- and' her friends. Vera joins hei utes lecently. As usual, he gaveus corned into the group H. M. Hel-
set. Including sanity I chest I ... $1250: per week. Mrs JUwa- husband, also an ex-Supplyer, ir tale something merich AMS, and A. D. Kent,
: bed, spilngs, and I innerspring a
of drawers rah. 741
Bermuda soon after her departure ADC. We hope will enjoy be-
' maUieis All for $100. Jackson Two-bedioom bungalow with venetian about a dog or cat scratching him you
1141A Allegheny Road NAS. blind and space heater fui.nlshed. from here, next Friday Lt I in the and causing an infection ing with us and working with us.
Mr Four rooms of furniture lor $:\:)0.) S. J. I vVlied for an electric cook Comdr. KlIese's farewell shindig Looks eye like human fingernail I Chief J. E. Revier's sister, Flor-
cigar'. ext 1'tb: ..tl1Bl'o"n. 2-0095)( held at Adeeb's Green Turtle, was, a ence is spending ten da 'sI.ith
condition to M. G. For- ,
Maple vanity In excellent Large room with pilval bath in apiivate scratch us.
fur $20 Mia. \\ulson. 8-0371. home near .Air Bane a turnout wow, accounting for I sythe is back on the job after : him while on her vacation Miss
Three rooms ot fuinltuie. Chief Ha nee.1U5B bus loute. Mil. F. taM ) 2-UU35 I mote than 45 well-wishers.' The three" weeks nursing a sore toe.I Revier is from Rochester N. Y.
: Allegheny Road NAS. Single ot double looms In convenient former Fiscal Division Officer i is, O&R Bowling League opened
912. R. H. Certain Glad to have back. Watch'
1 Baby bed and niatliess. location near the All Base you
i Hanlgan. 1411A Child St. NAS pilvlleges, reasonable Mrs. Hill, :2- to be stationed in Saipan for his, where you walk now J. E. I i iI Wednesday night at the Southside
Complete home ot (UI nlturt'. cheap 5930. I new duty Marie and Joe Nie I Francisco extends" an invitation to I Bowling Center. The Inspection
B, .'. Welch 14B: Child St., NAS. Widow will share home. convenient to set" at last held their looked-foi I' Group team was there in BIG let
Wedding ling, Mis' }O'. H. Newman, :J.M7U. i NAS. with couple. Kitchen electilc-: all to come out to Post 7909, Wes-
ally equipped 101.... Poiman. :2-J8UU II house warming last Saturday connett, and play Bingo every FrI- tern All seven members of the

.' Girl'sesiein FI)t'r bicycle. 26" i, Working: woman will abase nve-room night playing host and hostess to 'I day night at. 8 o'clock A I team report that their bowling
: wheels Pi Ice $:.'0. Evans, ext. Ci: house with Navy couple. Call Mis about a dozen of their Supply would be much better if they could
the Shop
", or 21549. hazel Noiman at 4. 49Q before 1700 : Moates of Typewriter
the crowd the "cheer
friends who presented pah see a larger on
110 volt. t" and
Universal) elecliic lange, or 3-1577 after 1900. headed for Tampa some good
burner. Almost new will sell lea-. Thiee.ioom furnished apaitment at with a shag rug for their new Gulf fishing. C. L. Davis has ing" line to spur them on. All you
-,j t"Pla\ '. ('. Yale I Shop 1316C I 2767 Lydia St Mis Robetls. 2-7622 home. You'll remember" It was reported I I visiting him from inspectors how about showingsome
: I
Power Division.I I O&R. unfurnished house with
Redecorated I; here last that Joe interest in the team. You
ach-lpe folding b.ib> carriage with I electric stove and irfilgeiator. Located year Richmond, Va. .We regret to
pad In perfect condition. Mis. D. TC'.dllltano halt way between Jax and and Marie ( mostly Joe) built then learn of the death in James R. know. Inspection won the cup last

ext. 359. NAS. 30 per month Mis. Mercer, I castle themselves, for the most Merkle's family. "Curly"Wemp's year in addition to quite a number -
Gills bicycle with 16" wheel In pet- 4620 Astral Ave. part Viola Le Jeune, her ia- ordained of individual trophies and
feet condition for J13.: Chief Schwelg.hofer. :- Will shale home with couple. Near son has been a
the I the team has the same idea this
then and spent
ext 588. bus line and NAS teasonable. Mrs. Baptist minister. It happened on a
Baby carriage. training seut, and con Groves 2-4275: week-end with her nephew recent Sunday at Woodstock Baptist 'ear-they'd like to keep that cup!
sole radio-phonograph. Diew, U16B Coiner room with running water and George (Dean) Landry of th Understand he is I H R. Parker, PRC transferred
1. Hancock St? NAS prhate bath. Two block from }'ht'I Geor'gia Church. going Personnel Office last
", : I in Macon to the O&R
' x Macon Telegraph
edsuom suite, living I : loom suite, and Points shopping centei. Rogers, 7- I, to be pastor of the Baldwin I
kitchen set All In good condition. 5234.Coinei. where they witnessed the defeat Baptist Church Geff Mims is week. Chief Parker wasn't withus
Also cuitalna for all looms \\llnon, bedroom single 01 double, In of the Jax Tars by the Macon after I long, but we hated to lose him
:W04A Norman St., Dewey Park. a piivate lesldence Two blocks to I I Teaches, 3-1. back on the job spending a and wish him the best of link in
3Ml:: Chi.'IIIlr \\lndsor foui-door. se- NAS bus line and leslauiant. Lewl.l31I1'pl.rn week finding the true value of
t den with radio and heatei In very 'I 21>821 or 2055b.I I I Poor Papa Brack needs a tighter "Splc & Span." Girls you could this new assignment.
i Koo l condition Contact Lt. tjg : Ave, lakeside Paik.TwO'ioom belt, a lower electric socket.,, I tell him. Anne Smith is i I Planning> .. -We 81'e1'
Cl I nn. Senior BCKJ. fui'nlshed cottage. Available I I of the -
) to hear one timekeepers
L:; Two-bedroom flam house off Roosevelt 24 Septembei loW I. Bauldie, ,''or a longer teach, if he is to keep minus ten finger nails. She took ry
BI-... Neat new and nice Pi Ice I 2-98R3. out of the limelight. Pop gets 1 a clerk-typist exam and bit her is ill.'e heartily youa

J7KX). $1000 will handle) It. Mr. ."'>I'd. \\',\;'\'[1':n our vote, however, as one of the nails off. Alfred Riehle has speedy recovery James Gill.
9-9931, 01 'V6iteO at night. Woodstock Park sectionto individuals have Seeing old faces back to work
Rides most poised been spending a month in the
:3941: Chevrolet conveitlble with new McDulf. to Hemthel I and out to I here again sure makes one feelgood
top and paint. Good Mies, \\lll take Uouis 0700 to IbOO Vaughn i ever seen, retaining complete composure Naval Hospital Surely hope he I
NAS. all back
.' 9 95. L.I i jg) UiUllth Senior BCXJ, I after catastrophe. We welcome you
ext. 717 dill In.: work houis. I a can soon be back in the Typewriter -
between 1WO and 1800.Chi's I and extend a welcome to those ft
; Beaches to
like Also lion rot Ride from Jacksonville Sudden tragedy: Wholly unex i Shop. A. P. Vaughanwent
bicycle, new \\oiklng hours OHU to 16.10Ml : I who are here for the first'
Klisl' offer lakes all : the Lee to Hampton, S C., for some you
and matliens. s Dcnxfoid" ext bl>:2 duilng woik- pected was death.of i time in the large O&R family.
", P. G. Flores. 11N5 Cumbei land Road how's.Ride Moore who had been connected of that famous "hoe cake and
with V-8! leg: i I We to lose Mrs.: Roy
Model: A Void 1929: coach from Atlantic\ Bhd. to NAS. with seveial activities In Supply white bacon." Sounds good to us. are sorry
wheels and Dies! Good condition and that in but since
Bryant Kitty ,
.. Working holds 08 Leo Loraine Baxter and hubby headedfor
paint Will lake $175. S. B.llll.im- at Ships Seivlce, Call N. A. Mori Is for a number of years. passed so many chiefs are leavIng-the
Kon: 1101 hand Center St, 01 Bldg at 9-1116 after 1800Flvlng on from a heart attack last Sun- New Orleans, an anniversary wives will soon follow. Good luck

I Ownei-bulldei 125: will sell two bedioomotucto to Westein N. Y In a Stlmion day night After a brief illness celebration. Sam Graham visited I .

ovei' confute blink bungalow foui-place plane. \\lll Have leave room cn torthree 01 I and an absence from work friends way off in Live Oak Flor-

Has nice screened pooh Convenient about paxsengeis:21 Srritembei See Chief Keller I about two weeks, William Lee ida. Wonder why he didn'tgo ProgressContinued
to NAS and eveivthlng else: at IAIU hangar; 115 between an old Suppl.ver who worked in fishing ? Do you suppose thefellow's

Quirt.. J. DtChjIne and congenial. 9-7915 nelghhoihotxhl. 07:10: and 15.10.: : I Receiving passed on last Friday have lost Interest in the ( from Page 1)

1'Hfi! Cheviolet business. coupe, rear Ride Peail from to 16th NAS.and U 01 Blvd king or hoots 16th (and*OOto I. Equally distressing' to hear good sport or are they telling the lof canvassing, Public Works led

we. .Hnnable Can Ix- seen at southwest. 1 I 1K10 Call Edith. Brooks at ext was the death of Tom Redmon's truththe water is too high ? all other departments in cash:

end houis of l.t Hiingni rind 115, C'M during t. 8452 vioiKIng close I 741 or 31418vMIM'KLLANKOI'S\ : mother, who also passed away last Tom Cowan off for a week wentto I contributions with $350. Supplywas

160.10. !' : : Sunday The sympathies! and "Jaw-ga". back on the farm. next with $248.50, then In-
thulm. $IS. Cllne Found--Chain with nveial keys by with $150 and
Sofa and t\\o Cary condolences of the entire depatt- Flom Design & Engineering it dustrial Relations ,
116. See David WilY at Bldg:
1102 Allegheny;. kl'ht'n.lnd Rood NAS.Livingso'm .txilioom 125 Hangar meet go to their: families. is learned that J. S Walpole is O&R with $99. Other activities

i miltm Set ot hunk rils .110. All foi ..'nanf' (hating: uiitgrvun unllnrm. -a a I back to normal now. His boss making cash donations so far include -

.. $175. \\'. R. :Miltlx, U.W: ll.im.CKk II IritkrH. it r anjlhlncM| tlirj n. Student: "Teacher, may I leave (the wife of course), who has Aviation Training-$25, Executive
St. NAS.Fourelect'. loaner have u"e for which I. ktlll ?" been spending the summer in $18, and Communications
sulttwllh In sand r..mlill.. and who .. UU I. I the room
living KM.ITI
resale doublehrm 'No I want Massachusetts! teturm-d L. -- $H..50. O&R reported pledgesin
r- t/fIoI'.I"I' anti dl'Mk. Ihl- ,It'\:" nii14rC pal hem U|I' for >r I Teacher: Johnny
J r rn.im suite with extra UH"king: ( to the "Not-New" "Sliuii. ..h.tul chnli ft small Ud with, Innn. spiln I I.ring Ihrra 1.. the kbu|> 1lIdc. I I ink wells!," in Nebraska '18S J85:: pledged to date.
nr-tii.ss klii h<'11 t,il>lt. ihatiN. all el 3.

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Page Four SPORTS JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 16 September 1948


I Scrimmage Saturday. With College Eleven \'

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Coach Don .lacka will semi menu this week I I mage got under way with a JO- I end front the ld-Pa\fIC All-Star i I opposition from the Fort Benning

his 1918 .Jax- a\'\' grid machine -i U.i< UH show (:.1"IHH yard toss from Hut'h in son to team, has also joined the local Doughboys, the Pensacola Goslings -
For the first time this season, 1.0->Willingham, but no score resulted
into s.ciim- flankmen Braley, a 165-pound and, especially, the :\r mPh.
a pre-season I the backfield candidates outshonethe After two good runs by scatback from Tilton, New Hamp- I Hellcats In addition,
mage session with an undis- classy Jax Navy forward Waltei skirchen that almost reach- shire, bas been going in fine style have to fight to avenge the loss
I wall. Quarterback Bania Hutch- suffered last at the hands of
closed local college eleven since turning out year
inson led the "Blue" backs in the cen-ter I the Corpus Christi Comets
linemen Jacka will be
Saturday afternoon The affair air as he tossed the ball all over kick. Once again passes from Deep in ,
of the nation's strongest Memphis has emerged as the
will the lot to chalk"up five hits in I Hutchmson to wmgback Willing- fielding one
serve as a dress) service forward walls, Guards arch rival of Jax-Navy this year
seven tries Andv Anderson andBull' I ham started to click, but a 50-
rehearsal for the Ford Adkins, Sinko Where formerly Jax-Navv was
season opener Bailey did the ball carry- I yard march bogged down as the I Malonoski, 1 j
at Fort Biqgg: next week ing under "Bama's" signal' call- defense stiffened, I Daum, and Skinner look like the composed of players from NATTC
I well NAS and NARTU now I
Final grooming::; of the local ing and ripped off sizeable gains A long 80-yard drive that failed best of the lot so far. Tackles Nu- as as
Huskies will take place next week throughout the scrimmage, |I Ito net a score before the final I gent, Kerstem, Weldon, Sweat, it will be playing against a pow
when the local coaching staff collects In the red shirts, Jl'rrvVal- whistle blew showed spectators Henderson, and Bayless are all big erful NATTC squad from Memphis
I where the Jax NATTC mowed
data on the results of Sat- I terskirchen did the signal callingand I what the local team has in theI men who will give the oppositiona
uniay's clash which is expectedto was able to shake loose halfback way of ground plays for this rough time this year, Ends Win- | early this year
bring out the remaining rough I Al Warton and fullback Gus I season Anderson and "Mugs"I ters, Tisdale, Vance, Baker, So- Coach Jacka is using the famed
spots in the blue and gold pig- Kinnear for plenty of yardage I Braley, a speedy newcomer paced berski, and Duncan are all fast "Tennessee System where the
skinners offense and defense A last minute heave from fullback the "Blue" team march. I pass-snaggers and excellent on the backfield comes out of the huddle
Results of last week-end intra- .: Bailey to end "Tizzy"' Tis- ,I New arrivals have erased the defense already shifted into the balanced
squad tilt were pleasing to the dale. who was running free in the I'wrinkles from Jacka's brow. Pat I Despite all this progress the single wing formation, Althoughthis
big mentor and his staff, and end zone, netted the only score I O'Rourke, a sensational breakaway job Isn't going to be an easy one, is a hard system to master,
Sown field blocking and signal in the two-hour contest. back on the '47 Pensatola With. opposing teams more pow- it is hoped the boys will prove
drills have been the main dish No Score In 2nd Half I squad, is now wearing Jax-Navy erful than they have been in thpv have done it hv the time 26
on the local huskies' practice The second half of the scrim- i I colors, and Jack Duncan, a big years, the locals' will fare stiff September lolls aiound;
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I Refusing: to take a back seat to football in the station

sportlight, 18 intra-mural volleyball teams donned gym shoes

M r A iI ti I and shorts this week as the station's six volleyball loons

i got underway A vast program in which approximately 300XAS

personnel are participating, the all-station athletic

event has been greeted with the largest tu rn-out in NAS

-- -- --- Jax history,

The only results of loop play
w HAS Ringmen Will \
t : a ro pte available at press time were from
? the Blue League where a strong
Take On Union Bag ATU 6 court team has alreadycopped
consecutive matches .
: Co. In Savannah, Ga. this week three The O&R (IE) team was

a the first outfit to feel the powerof
The Union Bag Company Ath- the pace-setting TU combo

) letic Club of Savannah will be by dropping two straight sets

the first target of the 1948 Jax- 15-0. 15.6.Without.
Navy nngmen when the two losing the lead in either -
., .: teams clash in the Sc\ith Georgia match, the strong ATU 6'ers
city the first week in October. dished out another trimming when

For some of the rctuinees from they took the measure of a weak
last' year's mitt squad it will mean X-l 1C) club, 15-1, 1V4 Following
off with up its first two victories,
; equaling opponents they
I faced earlier this year in the Du- ATU 6 notched its third stlalght
val County Armory during the match from a strong O&R I tJ)
Gulden; Gloves campaign The bigpaper combine 15-6, 15-10. The secondmatch
into a bitter
company fielded a ICl'appyt shaped up
in the tourney which challenged battle for supremacy, but thc
NAS boxers again and ATU lads had the added power to

again. come up the winner,

: I Lightweight Mike Hetnandez With 14 games scheduled for
& ; 1:4 1:4A I will l lead the station talent each team in the six leagues,

e through the ropes on the eventful many outstanding matches ale m
night Holder of service and civilIan the offing; Although only a few
rlltitles, Hernandez has results ale available, intense competition -
11 mimed himself down to fighting is evident, and when the
A weight and is sharper than ever 48 volleyball clubs come into the

Jl\ MIOOIlNi; IN tape'1 iW'j'I'n.' .' "'ati\ ''' ]ph"t".gTaph"I't i ui};ht \tk lien/ ii'i..n pli)/it"s ot a siii.,1; 1", with his one-two punch which he stretch of their respective leagues,
play d\"loPlllg, in A ""J1/11I11ag./ ""' ,"11 Iii} : t a t',: at :\l,is"n Y.'j"l 1 Id. At 1 i., It. the ttilha k i tan l hs :-1"11 will use to defend his lauiois, action Will highlight every match.
I moving up 111 t th,' hoe 0/ s' in/ \ this art }b ing 111'101 eierv d.i\ 11"as th' squad; pin epat "' Joi its opening gtllll' at o'nrt i 1 Bragg; '"''I i 26 who broke into the station loops will be consolidated -
Septemb. ring spotlight last season to form the varsity team for
NAS Jax, This outfit will play
--- -- with his powerful right hand, will
be teadv to go against the Union other naval activities in this area
Tiger Eleven Opens Grid Season Next Bag boxers when the bell rings -- ---- --

I F, C!. Ortiz and J. E, Britain will their quest for new blood recently,
also be in the ring; in the welter I M expected to be ready for the '
Week Vs. Vocational SchoolAnother '
Hastings class, backing up the highly-tout- curtam-iaising tiff in two weeks.A .
ed :Tlattin treat is in store for local
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of NAS Jax's elevens ped from the very start ol tin remainder of the schedule is as W H. VVamer. the Philadelphia fight fans in the near future. Following

takes to the gridiron next beason Without a permanent follows: Hastings at home, 6 Oc- chloiotormer, will be taking out the matches at Savannah,
week when the colored NAS coach at the beginning of the tober: Pensacola Giants at Pen- his loss in the Olympic, tryouts the station Jeather-pusheis will

Tigers tangle with the high- season, Lt. Comdr, Anthony J. saiola, 17 October: Edward Waters on the CJeorgla scrappeis Warner, begin working out for a smokerto
Vocational 'I Rubino, NAS Ofticei-ln-Charge I away 22 October: Howard a fast 121-pounder, hits hard with be staged at Mamside Audi
ly-touted Hastings of Physical Training, appointedChief Academy, away :'H October: Pen- both hands and can take a punch, tonum, A series of smokers last
School team at Hastings, George Bomfa to the post sacola here, 28 November Another Bill O'Neill, a scrappy 135-pound year were overwhelming successes
Fla., Wednesday afternoon. Once under Bomfa, the local colored home game is still awaiting golden glover tiom New York who with the auditorium packed to

This will be the first of four huskies began to master the I eon f nna t jon. joined the local rmgmen during the rafters every month.

home for the Tigers I famous "T formation, and will -----.- -- -- -
be ready with an array of fast WILL DEFEND NATIONAL TITLE
this season, ; plays for the Hastings game next' '. ., .,-
The Tigers have been handicap ; week

The backfield took a turn for
Skeet ShootersTo the better this past week It will
be fast and forward
a a heavy
Defend TitleIn wall that will be opening the I

hole, Milton Turner, a veterantt
Service MatchThe 'om the '17 Tiger combo will

be handling the signal-calling
AII-St'n'II' Skeet Cham- duties again this season, Royal i Tt
will be at stake next .1
pionship of
Hill and Johnny Epps, a pair
week when the Jax-Navv bird- fleet-looted leather-luggers will
busters pull the triggers of their be running from the halfback
shotguns in the National Skeet posts, and holdover Tommy White, I
Shoot at Las Vegas, Nevada, 2i: I a hard-<'harping: line-buster, will ,
2i, and 25 August The local handle the fullback ('hores.I I
gunners copped the All-Service i
Parrish has
At Johnny
skeet title last year at Syracuse, I
a firm on one of the starting
grip I
N Y, when they edged out a
Tyndall Field berths while" Bill Ford Hnd I Al DII- I
sharp-shooting chot battle for the othM spot :
quintet Ernie Wallace, anothet returnee
The local skeetmen will leave
from last years squad, will tov"r i
for Las Vegas Monday morning -
with his I In >-
the center post
ao they will have time to famil- I II
I pounds Wallace ia one ot the tin t
iarize thf'msO'lvps with the range
''I"at linemen Bornfn has ''HI t the
where will shoot it out
from field, an apt snappt'i -ba('k an,1,1 a
with skeet teams every
smart man on the defense
ranch: of service and every part
pf the country, I Biightman, Mi'Dong al.I and I
Brockman are the leading c,Hld.-
Chief W A. Arthur, Jax-Navy '
dtac-blister who copped highgunman dates for the tackle assignments\
honors at the Naval Air Advanced All three of these boys' are 0\1
Training Command Skeet 200 pounds and l tan dish .,lIt dI

Championships recently when he: I rough time to opposing Inn nien r

blasted 90 birds out of 100 from I Maxwell and Green will ,I.bat the __ __ __________.-n______ _
the sky, will lead the local talentin ends when the whistle blown pit ,- \ tl\l' National Skeet Championship !shoot
JAN \"Y'S sKii/r; team will leave Monday lot ( (
the big how. Other Jax-Navy Hastings next the Wednesday.Following tilt next scheduled at Las Vegas the latter part of next week. The: high-scoring birdbusters will! fire in !a 250-
keetmen making the trip are Lt Hastings their round contest to defend their' title a d All-Service Champions, Members of the team, shown above.
Comdr. J. A. Brough Lt. C West week, the local grid.erf1l with play EdwardWatr are. left t.> ri ht. It C C. Went, Chief D T Gallitano, Lt. Comdr J. A. Bmugh, Chief H Hartley
H Hartl.. and Chi. D. 'first/ hmntgame
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