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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 23, 1948
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Navy Plan For Jax Is Outlined



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I Vice Admiral Price Reveals ; -



t Details At Civic i Luncheon

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w The Navy's plans to develop the Jacksonville area into .
a major fleet aviation center were outlined Tuesday by Vice ,- --
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t Admiral John Dale Price, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations Vol. 6-No. 26 t. S. NAVAL Alit STA'lION. JACKSONVILLE, 1"1.2SepL19B" :\ -
Air at luncheon the local Chamber ,
, for a civic sponsored by --- -- - --- ---- --- -- -- ----
II of Commerce in the George Washington Hotel

A; record:: : crowd .of .785 people turned out to hear the Jox-Nnvy Meets Fort Bragg In N. C.
J aJmtral--tn largest civic lunCh- I -- -- ---- -
'4tOn In the history of Jacksonville lent flying weather most of the
.The end of the war and subsequent time, it also was superior.
t. international events Already approved by Secretary 'Sunduy To Open 1948 Grid SeosonCoach
f r brought back into sharp focus our of Defense James Forrestal, the
urgent need for the additional plan calls for greatest expansionat -
Fleet Air Base in the Southeastern Mayport, he said. Cecil Fieldis Don Jacka will unveil -, -- --, .
United States which was originally scheduled to be operating in i ners Sunday, In the fullback<< slot ward wall so tar this season, At
his 1948 Jax- avFlier
recommended by the Hep- time to receive the first new car- i Jacka will have Gus Kinnoar a Rollins College last week, Sweat
burn Board" Vice Admiral Price rier air group about 1 November, eleven in North Carolina; Sunday former Miami University of Ohio stopped the college gridders short
told the gathering of civic leaders and enough training units are expected afternoon when the local ace I of the line of scrimmage: many
"As a matter of fact, the ex- to vacate NAS for Corpus blue and gold pigs>kmnets I At the end flanks, "Tizzy" Tis- times in the course of the afternoon '
pansion of facilities which took Christ! by the beginning of De- dale and Jim Vance will open the ,
meet powerful Fort Bragg
place here during the war makes cember to permit another air a tiff on Sunday. Tisdale, a big Orin Ford and Bill Malonoskiaie
Army team to open this year'sgridnon 190.pound six-looter. was a mainStay -
the Jacksonville area an even group to be established here slated to start in the guard holes
more desirable area now than it'' Admiral Price described the I campaign.The ( in the Naval Training; Station against the soldiers. Both have
was before for such a base," he' woo k to be done at Mayport to Naval Air Station squad, I Great Lakes, forward wall! been working well at their positions -
added. accommodate carriers of the Midway \ ,40 strong, Is scheduled to takeoff I irt 47 Vance, who started at tac- I I in scrimmages and will see
by plane tomorrow morningfor : kle this season, turned up at the I plenty of action
The former NAS Commandant class and spoke of dredgingthe on both offense
oj declared that Jacksonville offered St. Johns River, the entrance the North Carolina Army flank post one afternoon and has and defense Should the Fliers
more than either Norfolk, Va., I Ii I channel to Ribault Bay, and the base All the local' griddn'* will been snagging passes ever since elect to kick off in Sundays
or Quonset Point, R. I? in the way entire tinning basin! to a depth of take the field Saturday for .final Tackles set To tie game, Coach Jacka will probably
of adequate targets for practice, 42 feet signal drill and grooming before Jacka will have returnee start "Tiger" Ray Adkins and Joe
i. and that from an operational and ,I As to the number of personnel tacklmg the vaunted Army eleven George Kerstetn at one of the Sinko at the guard spots in place
;' training: standpoint, with excel- ((Continue- on Page 2)) on Sunday. tackle spots and newcomer Wil- of Malonoski and Ford Both. Sin-
-- --- | In making its debut, the IS bur Sweat, a 230-pounder from ko and Adkins are powerful defensive
I t BACK AT NAS FOR VISIT I Fliers will reveal an outfit not Live" Oak, Fla., holding down the players, which may b., a:
:. .. ._ ".,_.. as star-studded as the '47 com- other Kerstein played a lot of good reason for the switch
bine under "Tuffy Thompson tackle stt St Marys Pie-Flight Out lo Keller Record
., 1 but one of the station's hardest- before donning the blue and gold This year the Fliers will bo out
t working and most highlyspiritedteams of Jax-Navv' and S'veat is the to better their 1947 record and
-' in its eight-year history. The outstanding man in the, Flier foi (('on tinned oil Page 4))
( line will probably tip the scales '-

f fI the around backfield the 200-pound will run about mark 185llarkselale while-. TWO NEW OFFICERS JOIN THE RANKS J

I To Captain
.I k Dave Barksdale. a former Naval I 1
Academy and University of OF THE NAVY'S FAMED BLUE ANGELS

North Carolina ace who will be at i
the center post, will captain the : There are a couple of now faces
Fliers in their initial outing. now with the> Blue Angels Two pt>rtlllIH i tter being assigned: W
Weighing 1T pounds and stand- recent adhtiIJn'! to tht''a\'\' s .lay 1/1\/ Ill,' And/ i though the
ing six feet tall, he excelled as a famed Flight Fxhibitnn Tam, Anc.-l.- ,ire: all: \< ,'t.'t in ,''>mbatillv I
Comet gndder at NAS Corpus based at ti;AS Jacksonvill". w ai,IPannounced pilots, li'" his : I ', glltl >n his

l Christl last season and was instrumental this week ji''''a:., ':'::':. '
in the Comets defeat of : Into the announcer's and nmentatni -
lax: last year-the only loss suffered -' 's spot has stepped 1 Ltc t
by the Fliers in '47. I c Ijg) George W. Hoskins. hi :-' J'
The Flier mentor will have an I
experienced backfield to open the
gnd clash Sunday Johnny Biene- "
t man is slated to start in the right fb'

halfback post with his sidekick. .
Pat O'Rourke, in the left halfback .
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position. Both of these gridders <\ .,' ,;
are fast and possess blocking skill, .,
and they should prove troublesome < '
ar y to the Fort Bragg pigskinLATK \
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: BULLE'l'iNPrecaution.
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damage by the impending hurricane .... .' ,..;. ,
Here rushed jeslerelava I : : :,,,, .." '
I planet Mere pushed Into hangars >
I alai all liM>ie gear lied ;, '4 I. ti.
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down 1o weather the ee led "" ,. ,.

big blo\\ '<- .J ,'1 .; \ ..
Iheir Neusvent to 'l "
f' I AH f' t, =- --'-
I press t'lvllia"or..r.. .. at OAK I 'k u.i( > :. 1'. Koth
I 'had alrt'a lv been sent home, '" ;} .. chance to fly with than) and describe -
'and otht'r' departments were" h. : then: maneuvers to thspectators <,
MCK An lm.\I. JOHN ))AI.I'; 1'RKr.: Deputy Chief of Naval expected; to follow unit. Mar- i r t at an shows and exhibitions
I .. Operations for Air, left, looks around after being, greeted upon his tied 1 military personnel only I : ,
I arrival here Monday morning by Rear Admiral Ernest W Lllt'h, were to he granted liberty. last I I Lt I I Edward
___ ", ",_ ___,,_,_ _Yo '_m jgi F. Roth will IH
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training, center, and Jack Kava- night, \\itli others slating! '. a new flYIng member of tin Blue
chairman I t. (0;) ( \\ IfosKlnsa
of the Naval
naugh Aitairs Committee ot the Jackson.
aboard for station neiuritv.lioth Angels, joining the tanks of the
yule Chamber of Commeice The view was familiar, too athe military and tiUliantersonnel fighter pilot. Though he was provision fliers who have gained
Admiral served as the Air Stations second Commanding Officer | living ashore were toM I too young to see any combat flying nation-wide attention foi then
from May, 1912, to March, 191J Admiral Price spoke at a special > > Informed b\ radio when to in the war, he still wanted to stellar performances
luncheon in the George Washington Hotel Tuesday, outlining the report back for work. I be associated with the group from The team uses Grumman F8K
Navy future plans in the Jacksonville aiea the very ftist mom..nt ha saw it
--' -- -- ------ Bearcats
the fastest conventional -
single-engine fighter plane in

r Open Meeting Called I II Telephone Operator Commended: tin world.flYing Demonstrating in close formation precision .,

- the team's maneuvers look like

Monday On ScoutingAn For Averting Possible Tragedy acrobatics and stunt flying but
I ore really an essential part of
open meeting for patentsof Navy tighter tat'In.s. The quality
For }her alt>}'tnt's: N, qui 1.,1 i l\
,
pro pt'( live membiis ot the a " proposed! Naval: An Station Doy thinking, and speedv: action) M is vra # the skill acquired by pilot in
,Scout Troop has been schedule which n>.ulted in a\'l'Iting a, 1 he Naval I Air Training, Command
at Mainsule Auditorium for 1900 -. .
possible tragedy, firs. AII1t
:Monday evening by the recently-
G;' Steenweith, a Naval An'
appointed troop committee. 1 Enlisted PersonnelAlso
Station telephone opera( u' .+
Highlight ol the affair will be
the showing of a movie called was commended last week l he Eligible Under

The Scout Trail To Citizenship. Captain A, 1. MaUtiom( \ A.'
A representative from the Jutk 'Commanding Ofticet', New NavCad Program:
sonville otfki' of the Boy Scouts
At 2000 one nigh last .V|n I I
of Ann rn a will be present to explain Mrs. Steonwerth answered a t III II t Enll"t"j: ,1 P"'sollll..1 i on l.tIV"jIJ
Boy Scout work I coming through the* Jacksum. t in the. K" gular Navy thoP
This is the first action of the 'exchange In a weak voice. t U'-> >ere, the Marines. and the' :Mane
uniltt'e, headed by CaptainF party asked to bo ttmnectoi \, 1'1I \ I Reseivt.' who meet the re-
rancis L. Albert, to form the new the Naval Hospital When she al-l kod I 1 urcmerits may apply for flight
Boy Scout Troop here Its purpose -I what part of the Hospital \\ ... : r ra nmjj under the Naval Aviation
is to acquaint those Navy wanted, no one answered Thin .'n. Cadet i program as well as civilian,
families having boys of Scout a trying tone, came the* plo'\ :t was announced this week.
age ((12 years and older) with tho Please. operator, ge't* a doctor M The requirements for praapec
advantages of Scout membership once, something terrible: has happened rive I candidates are as follows
It was pointed out that no prospective to my husband." i a) Shall be a native born male
Boy Scout Troop ever had Mrs Stee'iuviMth asked the N. ss R iti/en of the United Stated or
bettor futilities for all types of man's name whether or not she jp naturalized for a period oC text.
Scouting than those available atNAS was a Navy dependent and her .years
The committee, therefore, I address and phone number Ait 0'r I ib I Shall have satisfactorily
expects a large> and enthusiastic some delay, the operator learned completed a minimum of two full
group of boys to apply as soon a-i I that the woman was Mrs R L acadeniK, years (60 semester
the charter is obtained Carr, wife ot Lt R L Carr, and hours or 90 quarterly hours*) at
In addition t.) Captain Albert, I that she was calling from 8-l 9H! an accredited college, um verity,
(Continual IMI Page 2) I (Uontinuu'd en t'ae: 41) (Continues txn IA;., 4) ,







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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 23 September 1948


. SJ.ATOnED I! AVU At CharlestonIs

v .-1k, WM' .__,,, Weekend
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I Now Operating ..


WincfTafkTkl Notes Under Jax NARTU "

An aviation volunteer unit at
fromNARTU
Charleston South Carolina, .
been operating under NAn fa .
Jacksonville since 1 July of
F year, it was announced by NARTyl!
4\ officials this week. Prior to Jol&,

( wek'" ..1.! .>. Utqnadron de.teda 1'I'("I.) .. the ...1'1.1.. patrol the group had been under the administration .
C 4 ra .( wek-rB warrl... a& AUTl'-td' ) of NAS, Atlanta.
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I Lt. Julian R. Simmons' Jv
(Jg) *,
ANNUAL SWAN SONG Well when Ltx Comdr. Rogers pinnedan : chii
the two weeks of active training air medal on the chest of Lt. is the sole! stationkeeper on
duty are over and everybody feels Jesse Baumgardner. The award II at the volunteer activity at pent r
pretty badly about its winding up was made for the missions and but 38 Navy pilots and 111
so soon. Although we made lot reconaissance flights which Lt. Marine fliers have signed with
iTY. of progress, it seems that we were Baumgardner made in the face the Charleston A VU. They rep
back in harness for just long of grave danger in the Wake, Po- ceive no compensation for their

te enough to feel like full timers nape, 'and Iwo Jima areas.
again when it became time to return GAINESVILLE SPECIAL It

to the civilian job or to go was a sad bunch of lads who \.
back to school. Reviewing the two boarded the Sunday night specialto
weeks, its easy to see the im- Gainesville where they start to ,
provement which has taken place hit the textbooks again this week. $ ,t'f 1 x
in the squadron by virtue of our We have a hunch that more law- f4

being together every day. The yers are being educated in our
I : : musters are as sharp aa a tack squadron than there are' in any
and the military bearing of all law school which has a smaller 6
.. hands made VPML)56( ) look likea
that Llnden- number of students than VP has .
JUST WHAT THK COMMENDATION Capt.
well-seasoned outfit. The RONto
J Rone Is displaying IS as much a mystery to him a* it is to you. New York did much to boost I squadron members. Seems that at > r "Y
least half the is takingup
The Marine officer. who flies with VMF-144 at NARTU. received squadron
the morale of those who made the
law at Gainesville and is intent -
M from the Chinese government along with the medal l he's wearing, I trip and it's believed that Broadway' the other half
the Award of the Breast Order of the Cloud and Banner for some I upon teaching
loss
is and
our gain vice-
all about writs and torts.
such thing I Though he isn't quite sure, Capt. Rone thinks it's for By grad ..A-
if know what
I versa, you we mean uation time next threatento
being one of the first pilots to evacuate American prisoners of war year we
Anyhoo some of the menmusj have more sea lawyers than
by air from northern China. I
have visited Island
Coney
any other outfit in the Navy.
I because on the return trip their THE IRON MAJOR For a
arms were laden with kewple number of months, Lt. Kavanaughof
dolls. Coney Island may sound like the Brooklyn Kavanaughs has'
HOBBY SHOP small-time stuff to some of the I I been an associate volunteer of
CHAPLAINS'i boys but at least they were smart I
VP. Now we understand that he'staken
L NOTES enough to keep away from Greenwich a billet in the VA squadron. week-end training Joining solelyto
i Village. Of course the really And now we're glad that the remain affiliated with Naval
--- -- big trip was the one which was Braves have ruined the Dodgers' I Aviation and to keep abreast .<
The Gingrichs" are really a "hob made by the PBY and the PV to chance for the pennant. Nobodycan current developments.
THE STATION by tamil}' Almost every night Guantanamo. Most of the lads do that to us even if he is Training gets underway on the
SVNDAY SCHOOL you can find one or more Ynembers<< who made this one were enthusiastic from Brooklyn! When one mem- second: and third weekends .d
of the Gingrich household busy about the great gifts for the ber of the squadron referred to 'each month when NARTU personnel -
Chaplain Arthur C. Boyer is the working on various projects. Mrs.
"little woman" which they,were him "the iron he hastened here at NAS take train-
as major",
new Superintendent of the Station H. F Gingrich is making a leather able to at
to
procure bargain prices. to correct the impression Ing planes on "hops" Municipal
Sunday School and already he purse while daughter Janet is Top flight perfume sells there I that he was the former grid coachof I Field, Charleston, where the volunteer -
has worked wonders by his efficient square knotting a belt. David Gin- for fraction of what it costs I
I a Dartmouth Boston and unit is baaed Lt. Comdr
College,
administrative his time in the Photo I
supervision.There grich spends
around these here and I Naval
parts some Fordham. However, despite possible i- "Tuffy" Thompson of the
is a staff of twelve volunteer I Lab.W. of the boys who had a little extra objections from Frankie I Air Reserve Training Unit here
teachers, so class has' E. Morris, ADI, of the Shore ; in their wallets found
every I sugar some Friach, we can still call him the !I is a usual passenger on the flights
qualified leader and there areI Patrol, has just put the finishing I excellent in And
a ; buys handbags. "Fordham Flash" because thatis and acts as inspector-instructor to
assistant teachers for the little touches<< on two end tables and a the I
incidentally chow out of
was his alma mater See you I the Charleston group. Followingtheir
coffee table made from fine clear .
lelks and for the larger classes. this world.
i I all next month. arrival at Charleston, the
oakwood Lt Comdr. E. M.
Last Sunday, there were 94 pres- PAGING SHERLOCK HOLMESA planes are taken over by the
has taken interest
fOnt at Sunday School, and the Padget quite an -- dastardly deed was perpe "Week-end Warriors" there and
number is expected to climb in the Photo Lab. being one trated and committed sometime i ViceAdmiralContinue utilized for training in flight and
of the regular customers within the past month, and all
above 100 next Sunday. navigation over the weekend.Lt. .
Comdr. Brough, Asst. Staff Legal loyal VP'ers are asked to forward I ( from Page 1) (1jg1) Simmons describes the
Three years is the minimum age Officer, turned out a fishing tackle whatever information they deeded to operate the fleet airbase
small but enthusiastic
as ,
at which children are accepted group
box with an ingenious estimate of 13,000
arrangement a rough
which will assist in
may possess the belief that it will
fw f'nro11ment--and there are now | I I expressing
of compartments Even the apprehension of the culprit. military and civilian workers was '
classes for children of all ages I j I the shop staff is working on vari- The picture which had been adorning I I given in his talk. Of this total, 'I continue practically to all grow ex-Navy in size and until Marine -
With the impending transfers ous projects with Chief Frank our bulletin board of Lt I it is contemplated that 7,000
in the Charleston area
I pilotS
to Corpus Christi, there is bound Tanner making: Christmas gifts Comdr. Chuck Rogers and that renowned would be civilians and 6.000 mili : have "caught on" and become attached -
to be some disturbance in present when he's not on duty bathing beauty who was tary. Fleet personnel from carriers I to the aviation volunteer
enrollment and some temporary] Chief Instructor Ted Newmanhas selected to be squadron queen at and auxiliaries were not includedin I unit.
disruption in attendance; but, by just returned from leave and the anniversary party is missing.To this total. ,
Christmas-time we.expect the is raring to go. You never saw some guys nothing: is sacred. "Skilled labor, transportation,
number of children to equal or exceed anyone with such pep and vigor. ,I AWARD-AU hands felt pretty and housing are all available (tat I Open
: the present enrollment.In Chief "Chubby" Reeves, another I proud at the Sunday muster Jacksonville)," the speaker as
3 Oc- serted. "Never have there been (Continue from Page 1))
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1ober is designated as RALLY I hard-working member of the staff, ; any but the best of relationships the committee includes Comdr. F.
DAY, and all fond Mamas and is still working on various boat between our people in the Navy : J. Brush Comdr. A. B. Smith Lt.
Papa are urged to see that their I Hospital and plane models besides keeping and the citizens of Jacksonville. j Comdr. A. J, Rubino Lt. Mac A.
:line Navy Juniors and their little his outstanding coin collection up Navy people like Jacksonville and j Graham Chief Wallace J. Baxter,
friends are enrolled in the Station -I to date. like to be stationed here." I I and Chief Walter W. Reeves
Sunday School. I A new face will be seen at the .
I ChatterDoes tool shop window with E. Orange SPLINTER FLEET
"Of such is the Kingdom of
Heaven I (our Eddy Arnold fan), on leave. --.....-- -
your: birthday come be-i: Don't know what "HI" Abner
tween the months of January and Monroe will do now. Wheneveryou

December? If so. you're invited', saw Orange you were sure to ,.

to the gala Birthday Party tonight see Monroe. I a '
at 1930. All patients please ::

accept this as an invitation, no
At the IiotaUet. Chapels, Rirmlagham RSVP necessary Sailing Returns To
...41 s.d MuU. Areas
t'rleita A Red Letter Date, Tuesday :::";,
003O-Sunday School Small Chapel. night. The Red Cross Dance will NAS As Recreation
1045-(;pnt'ral Worship Seisice-Chap get into full swing at 2000 inShlp's
lain Kiancti L. Albert. AbsenceSailing i,..
c..11.1.. Service Auditorium. Music After Long I
07UO-a.laN I by Mainsule Band and Rainbow I, _
011.10M as. girls from Jax will be guests. It's :i long absent from the fl"C<- \
Chaplain J. A.. W Idman ,111, officiate the big event of the month; you ,,, station scene, will return in force ; '
at both masses.An I
. can't miss it. under the leadership of Com<*r. C. :
outdoor Nursery for small children I Everyone enjoyed "Woody"from A. Briggs, O&R Officer, it \\'as indicated I .
i. maintained between 09UO and' the Embassy Club last Wednesday this week. I

J2IJU. ___ on the wards. He really ;I!I Despite this activity's locatic-n I
treated the patients to piano which makes sailing a natural re-
Jax Air News "Boogie." Besides he brought a'' creation sport, interest in sailing'
I mighty cute vocalist along. You i has waned because of a lack of

Editorial Offices were just what the. doctor or- 1 organization and leadership. Now, ,
dered, "Woody." Thanks to you under the direction of Comdr. I
Tooth: \\inp, Lower Deck and Virginia for your visit. ,I Briggs, it is expected to becomeone
Itltlff. 930T..It'lthe.n. O. T. Talk of the more popular forms tf

.. K\tei: >*iun-8184 N. L. Prather V. A. P., has recreation at NAS. 'Tf
Arthur M. Greene, Editor been a faithful patient in the Interest in the art of saih.ig ;

The JAX AIR NEWS is publish Occupational Therapy Departmentfor will center around a sailing club !
*d weekly at the U, S. Naval'! quite some time. A day never now in formation. A booklet containing -
Air Station. Jacksonville Florida passes that Mr. Prather isn't the fundamentals of pioper -I
and printed commercially with around in some Corner workingon sailing, small boat handlingand I
non- pprcipnatc-d funds at no ex- his leather wallets! and banker's nomenclature, and rules of th' I

jieiu to the government and in billfolds. If you drop around and road is being planned for distribution N.n .
compliance with SecNav Circular take a look at the showcase, you to all enthusiasts who join ? '
Letter 45-191& dated 12 December will see what patience, fortitude, the club. All personnel will be ?
:3IH5. Copies are distributed free j'I and leather will add up to. required to be familiar with these : ,
of charge at the Naval Air St'aI I' It seems this is the season for phases of sailing before they will i i

tion, the Naval Air Reserve Training belt-making in O. T. N. Baird. be permitted to check out boats. ,w,.._

Unit the Meadquarters of the'' EN3, has made a very novel belt I The St. Johns is being studiedto "' ,. ..
Naval Air Advanced Training of round and flat plastic lacing I determine the best sailing aria : ma'r'
Air and adjacent to the station Comdr. .
Command Naval Auxiliary combined. As fancy complicated I ;
Station, Cecil Field, and the U. S. as the work appears, it I Briggs revealed, and the tower >s :

Naval Hospital.Th really isn't difficult to figure out. I being considered as an observationpost ) ,...At JIIt//If-"
Mr. Lenard is still the master and lookout. A series of recall -

JAX AIR I NEWS In a member of producer of Square knotted belts. signals. arc being worked out THE TWO SAILBOATS SHOWN above tied to one of the
the $t.li.s' KdilciUI Aoiuflatlon, and : Our two types of leather "trouser for use in the event of foul weather boathouse docks have been made available for use by the newly-
t.... AmwO I Foice Prow Ser>l le.. nt" supports" have been going over or other e;cmergenci formed NAS sailing club. Interest in the sport is expected to Increase -
i>i'4UM-l* If'must,n of leer maleilal u "t'dlt line.from Kepub-thwcftoiiHt big. In fact we have very few Ten NAS'ers have already joined hue now that a regular club nas been launched for sailing

llcnllon of other mallet, except by kits remaining, pi() those wh >- the outfit which i is being formed enthusiasts.' Autumn weather is perfect for sailing on the St. Johim '1
ftrrvfce I'lbll4'IIthntI |III pi ,hlbllrtl '" 11t\. haven't yet madE one bad better fur pleasure cruising rather since there if generally a good breeze during the months of October
Nt.e oat I"'uxi'vU-n; \ ..r bltloi JAX AIRS I get started ..(}On. than ulcing.u and! N(In m tit"r.'h .








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'. Large practically new Montgomery- and semi-private bath. Renter can v4
Ward washing machine. Four sheet ride to work at NAS with neighbor \ ;5 $ 5'i
. ..: si**. In good condition I : R. T. William who works there. Mr. Aper, 4564
at Trout's Trailer Park Crescent St.
'r' ", 1041: Chevrolet two-door sedan New Two-room apartment convenient to
tire and in A-l shape. Elliot ACM. NAS. will accept one child. Kick-
Metal Shbp. Hangar 115 lighter. 7-7274.
:Maple bed mattress and springs; Hollywood Will abate steam-heated apartment 1vH k .
s bed with Innersprlng mattress with refined girl. Mrs. Lee, ext.
; electric blanket full Ue.' Mrs. 8121 or 8-1906 after 1800.
'< Llbby.. 1316B Randolph St.. NAS. i Will share bungalow In Brentwood
fen Vann canvas covered outboard with couple. Mrs. ),MacNamara 5-
runabout and Inrude 9.7 hp. outboard 2784 after 1800.
motor. Boat mahogany ribbed Desirable room, single or double. Con-
& planked but canvas need repairs venlent to NAS. Many privileges
l_ Motor I* In perfect condition and Mr*. Schultz 2-5-VK).
1 alone I* worth low price of $175 Furnished room for officer and wifeor i
; ..; for both. See at 4551 Blount Ave. two officer Twin beds and private
Tlmuquana Manor or telephone bath. Mrs. Myei. 2-1695
Greene, ext. 8184.Girl's Double room with the pa exposures
Columbia bicycle 1250. Also Private entrance and bath, kitchenprivileges

i e//., hllds table and chair set $5. M. Mrs. Fortson. 21363.
Talbert. 3-1785. Furnished room with private entrance
semi-private bath and breakfastand
Three rooms of furniture In best of
cocdltkTn. Include kitchen living laundry privilege Gratham, 2-
room and bedroom suite $250 take* 3815.
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\.. all Including cuilalns. Also baby bed WANTKI1 ,
with innerspring mattre and
New Sewer Line
drawers 'Wil Ride from Atlantic Blvd and South-
matching sheet of $40.
side Estates Blvd to NAS. Hour
son, ;3804A Norman St.. Dewey ParkGeneial .
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..I ., 0744 to t6iO.: Bill Mines. ext 8213. PUWLIO WORKS HEAVY
L Electric washer $50.:) Stack.
Ride from vicinity of Baltic and Aiap-
v 4003B Dewey Park Annex. i equipment was pressed' into
; ... LJvIng room suite In good condition I ahoe to Main Gate Working hours, service
last week when the
0800 to 1630. A. J. Richardson ext.
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'if J- / .lIu'l1 B Allegheny Road. NAS. ,
3!M7 Ciokley sedan My $800 equity for 684.- maintenance division began run
Ride from Klngsbury NAS. Hour
$250.: Also five-loom prewar bunga Jo ning a new sewer line to the
I 0700 to 1545. M. Mlllan. 8-2940 after
low. Completely furnished. S6.5OO. 1700. river. The new sewer line is being
Can be G.1. financed or arrange Two riders fiom Southslde Estates installed to help relieve the
meals can be made. Arad. 27480.
Gtbb Seatklff. 16 long. 150. Also a I or Lewis vicinity., ext. 539.Hour. 0700 to 1545 load now imposed on the old

15' motorboat for $125. Both with aJr- J Someone to shaie room with a young line. Above, an employee ride a

cooled Brlgga-Stratton motors Can man. M.... Buckland, 75516. large cast iron sewer pipe as it
be Cedar Fish
seen at River Camp
nn San Juan Ave. Ballard, ext. 8127 RideIrom vicinity of Macclenny.Fla. is guided into place by the crane
to NAS. Room for five
Platinum diamond wedding ring, rea pailit'llHouri operator. Left, maintenancemen
gers. 0745 to 1630. J. Row,
sonable. Newman, :2-4H74.
ext. 8J16.: in the ditch ease the large
3MO two-door Ford just overhauled
I $875. Can be financed, privately MISCELLANEOUS pipe into position as it IE low-

I owned Call Steyerman 34116. Baby sitter available near Five Point ered.
. a 3942 Studebaker Champion In good I Have worked, for people In that sec
-'L.ft" condition $300 down, take up payments tlon. Miss Cecil Bowen 77274. rl5cva
of $583 B W. James. ext. I
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Children boarded In private home ,
8206. with mother ('.... By day. week, t '$c ,maya INSIDE
'.:i\ Bathinelle with mattress and stand. or month Mr*. Annie M. Hall 1250 4
t' Miller 1442A Child St. NAS.Mailm I E. 10th St. ? l
l' plywood and V-bottom PUBLIC WORKSHave
1 1 c.vpie I For dressmaking and alterations at I I
1 ." car-top boa I. 12 feet long Car racks reasonable prices, call Seager. 2-
\ Included. Sawyer- 3K5A Norman St. 5776. v8t
Dewey Par k. you ever been in a ghost:
. Matching chair and divan. Alto double I f town No ? Well take a look. in

felt mattress and thiee pillow the Ad. Bldg. down Public Works
k F. R. Bum*, ext 8383 0.rt
Inrxxtrd 16' runabout with half cabin. way There is a reasonable / c-

t: Priced to _II. Can be seen at Cedar 1SUPPl.Y | simile of one. Everything is tie

y ){ River Fishing Camp on San Juan quiet you can hear the roaches rn
Ave Lt. Prlndle. ext. 162.I .
I! Helen Johnson's desk cif-ping
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Gulnsborough chair, two Hollywood rrb
: style I Ml a bed with Inner-npi SALLIESQUICKIES. w from drawer to drawer and the

muttieiuies. upholstered rocket and 1! ants splashing while .Dimming in
', four metal limn ('hllh'K J. Ploch- ; Comdr. Johnson's coffee. That's
I I T. 2twy: Hellene! St. Apt. :2, 1
Heavy. duty, two-wheel luggage trail. I vcJ actually how it is since Com 7

er, like new. llealy. 3213A: Blair I l:( vacated their offices. All kidding

Av!.. Dewey Pal k. Born to the Robert'' aside Herman Griffis' mother Is
;c: Living loom suite, set of bunk b.ds. C I'
to Jacksonville
moving this week
Stilwells, a bouncing baby boy.
breakfast room suite, cheat of draw-: ,
era and baby bed. All for $125 W. Red is the storekeeper pictured in I and we know Herman will be glad!

-r iot' R Matrix lOA:!: Hancock St. NAS3M7 : a recent Air News and she is a'' h I to have her with him We

DeSotu<< Custom bour -door sedan former Supply-er Reborn: The [ welcomed Lt. Comdr. Ralt in our
wlh) radio. In perfect condition $2-:! II :
*.. 375. May be seen at Golf Shack passenger elevator in 110 New .5 S\ + office this week as Asst. TWO. We

i: Thursday, from 1JCO:! I to 1500. Chiefflolloway. addition: a 1948 Chrysler for Amy : missed him while he was in Bldg.

: .w ext. S1S7. Wilmot Vacationers: Just returned :{ I... J'a .* +.. 136 and glad to have him back
E Large: extia-heavy duty tricycle. $2.5. .
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like new. Also electric floor henter -* Henry Bryant, in Disbursing !-

for $5 T. L. Hughes. 4001C Dewey who has been motoringwith In Transportation, we welcomedEns.

Park Annex. a friend all over the South B. H. Miles as Assistant

3HI new Plymouth motor1, tires four, :;dr1I sedan covets.with )I and Central-Southern States; now ffEEi7,1tl E: Transportation Superintendent .

Will take $1(115. pop Glover Golf gone-Lamar Scott, visiting a fishing A newcomer is Miss Jessie Carter

'::3,. Shack ext. 8157a I camp near Tallahassee, and I= who is working for Mr. Cogglns
); machine, left I -- -
asy Splndry washing I Polly McDonell, who, with the AROUND0 RW' in the Parts Room. Hope you likeit
; than one dear old $125.:! McKenzle.fxt. ,
.. 8122 Mr. McDd., is taking: life easy & Mr. Dauphin has been fieqxienUng -

3M2 Nash In excellent condition. $:);>0tush at Lake Kerr near Citra, Florida the dentist's office hereof

or SJ.)() for equity plus balance. Contributes E. Bohannon: "A Personnel and AdmlnUtration r i late. Old age Willie, or cute
A A. Skaggg: ext. 319. high set in the League. Nice rolling -
LMdicR 1 bicycle In perfect condition politician does not make his bed by; Dot ])\ick! on FLASH fellows! i nurse ? Sorry to hear of the

Watson 8-O.T7H and lie in it. He just makes up his FLASH! The Civil Service War illness of Arthur Gregory's mother -

LMIUP( sturdily constructed folding bunk and lies out of it." The I Thanks to O&R for "lending" I in Rockingham N. C. Gregory's -
1llIy.ard.l with draft boa id 6 Inch.fiom Veterans are giving a dance on : us attractive Ruby 1Vooly'handwho
Kuik Kafc's you've been hearing I been on emergency I leave for
floor Lai 1347B Randolph
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1 October at Timber Inn to help so efficiently helped us with .
also slated for wish '
St.. NAS3wa about in O&R are I I 15 da's.'e her a Fjw dy
two-dooi Chevrolet, excellent Supply, as soon as the manufac- raise funds to send the child of one the clerical work in the group. 'recovery F. J. Wagner jour-
itindllk.n St 75. Also 1940 Ford $100. I I We'd like to her! Chief
> surely
keep
to the Sta- : to D. C. last
'all Schloredt: or Sanner, ext. 727 turer has some assign of our employes to Johns Hop- neyed Washington ,
niter 16U: tion. They dispense coffee auto- kins. There will be a nominal ft'e. I Hunt, assistant group supervisorin I week for the wedding of his

f- #,'!\.. Frame bungalow at 2822, Cherokee'I I.J. matically, and provide cream and and all proceeds will go towards the Aircraft Assembly and Re- J j nephew who is a medical student

Ave.albs, Ortega. Three furnished bedioom_IthE'ne, two sugar also Ask Bill Fudge this fund to send her to the hos- pair Division has contacted the"wheels" I there Catherine Kavanaugli
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partly -
tlan Mind, attic fan space heat- I about his ball-bearing mousetrap. pital for treatment. Everybody's I|I i I trying to make ar- I was welcomed into Transportation

t'r. and electrically-equipped>t'd kitchen D. L. Dicks was just elected welcome so let's turn out 1big I rangements to keep her in the Monday. She just returned flora

Double lot. 1(0x150') : ) Ten minutes' Cubmaster of Troop 118, and Ruth crowd for a worthy cause. Inspection Office in Hangar 123 ; an appendectomy
from NAS Mrs Bennett, 2-0514 aft- where he is stationed. Now Chief!
<., jnuo! his wife, is Den Mother for Den Welcome to Safety Rose Sha-I, I In Maintenance & Utilities an-
From confusion to chaos-Sandy -
3042! Packard Clipper two-door sedan No. 4 in Norwood. Dick's oldestson ship. All smiles in that office these I other sweet voice has been added
is back the throne! How
$ III won : to the job of telephone answeringjtnote
days since our two safety mE'n'ha'e
can he tlnjnced. See Yacewych at was Norfolk and the "old flames".
and back stroke races for Alice Pellett has 1 4 Mary Rodgers)I. It is the
4(nA Dewey Park Annex or Hang- a secretary. ? And did collect
Sandy
ar 114. ext 71t.Wrintrtype I cubs at the Labor Day picnic been ably assisting Personnel and ? you any i voice of Merry Acuff Anne

: washing machine H. K.Anderson while his second son Wesley was the Record Section brown bags .Smith is on vacation in Texas to
1233B Hanctcotk i jWe | Sorry W. H. Thompson and O.
St. NAS.
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in the breast stroke
runner-up meet her in-laws. Oh! Oh Ethel
ext 8335 I' also have two new assist- N. Smith have been out sick for
and back stroke events Recently Huffman is out of the
Two end one-half bedroom house on on account
1 $ here
ants in Personnel, Milo Jones the past week. We truly hope both
Three acres of dry land all 'fenced married: Bob Gotzh and !i recent eye operation performedon !
six miles from NAS Fully fuinlsh- Ethyl Miller but not to each oth- and Anthony Fragale. You'dthink of you are much improved and will her husband. Hope he is tttttr:
-d. also livestock If desired. Selling I school has begun for children be back with us soon, if not at this
d er. Ethyl is now Mrs. Khnefelter
,! lor1400 cash or new car plus but these two males have reading. now.
rash. $5iliO balance at and Bob, the DKlc from Disburs- i
,, $55 per monthFans. on Wolfe mortgage ext. 218.'I ing, married the girl back home really been studying orders of all i| A(.(...%.orieN Division, by KM/a- Design & Engineering reports
3934 Df'Scto sedan' 1946 Cuyhman motor Wilkins sorts and other interesting topics. beth W. J\ladl- Jack Wensten the that J. H. Vinyard returned to
Ken enters night
work after to Missouri to
sroter and frmm movie a trip
cam- Iit" Mftion iironp by Helen liurnitte sleuth of the tells I
era. All In good condition. N M. I school this week as does Or'illeBooth | news Prop Shop, attend the funeral of his mothei-
,
Brown ext 458 Sporting spots: It'is Quite a few newcomersare me that there is something about
in.law. Mr. Garth
Regrets. .
4 Thru automatic wdhlnp maihlne. less not too late to enter the Supply welcomed into the group this the Prop Shop that appeals to I
than C"epal- old $0150.' Lt. Oi( 1 gave a speech last Monday at the
week and would you believe it, him. He tried to make me think
r Bowling League, which is still in '
1 bilft; ext :229.StMHYibcrgCailkon. : University of Florida.
. two of them are civilians! L. G. that it the
console indlo \al- its organizational stages. Contact was only pleasant
; \. .
." 't'J.' sod ut JKK.I. Will take $'lO. Jn excellent Ken Wilkins at 8144 or come out McAlister came to us from Planning working conditions and swell bud- I Hope to have more next week .... .

, ? condition, KnM>nblum, ext. 203.3fM7 to the Springfield Alleys at seven i i and M. P. Stephanz came dies he works with but I happento : _
Ford tOUI -dotl/ sedan like new.
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Has leas' than UlOiiO mile Radio o'clock next Tuesday night. There to us from the O&R Department. know better. He has been stand wish to roll out the welcome: mat

htittfi and cpolllKht Included Price was a warm-up last Tuesday and i I From Aviation Training, we received ing near that window again. And I: for R. I. Lanier, A. W. Giant, and

\1.7Sft' Cull Pop Glow' lit H57.JW7 I it is time the season got underway I the following Chiefs: E. G. with all the pew help that has I I Mr. Pugh. The latter is back tm

'hoi In JIf"\f'1 uutomdglt\! t (t:.ndllli washing>n. Will,; take machine The final matches in our match- Jones, ADC: A. G.' Haas. AMC; I been streaming' in lately, he has a 1 a return visit. Now that just

V 11.> Alsn'hue mulched golf woods play golf tournament should !be: B. A. Madden AMC, H. A. Simmons wolrseve'Iew of the whole situation I about all of the old gang is back,

lot i $! n ;. exL S240. completed within the week, and ADC: and C. A. Jones, in general. Now you know things will start to hum and we

FIR la:ST we hope to announce the winners ADC, joined us from "S" Division why he wears that "Cheshire! cat will really put out the old work

'Two 6-norn h.u".1, It hot watt'lj' in the next issue The Sup- and B. A. Yuscka. AMC came up smile" all the time. I understand : Say Mike what is the fatal
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and bath $(<0 per month. (.,111111:. Inliulcd
<' Also a two-loom house with\ j plyers expect to exhibit their softball from Banana River Glad to have there are several others wishingto I fascination that you have for all

running water anti ('l('ctrlclly\ nobu trophy in the lounge in the you fellows with us! and sincerely trade places at the work bench the young women arowd the.

}.: IJfth ri. St.$21. UlwunVthconmtt ir month. LocHttd Blvtl all very near future, when they ic- hope you enjoy being In our group. with him, but he threaten'! them shop ? First you receive ice cream,

and Ulandlng/: lid. Mi, AndeiM.n.Tionm ct'IIt from the Recreation Department Latest reports from the OAR with nothing short of a massacre. then fruit, candy, and coke tit-ata

lit' 'Of for couple with Mom!I.1'1 Ivate WOBS will carry Bowling League in' that the Inspection I Well Jack ? I have it on good authority How do you do it ? What gave you

t 't bath Othei nilvllrLt1*. Mi*. May.227M ', the six Tech games in Atlanta Group is doing "all that Barney Fuller has a this wonderful following? FJtase,

,( 1-ii'tc loom with private, enii.mce) t.n4' here locally. tight John> F"hwnt.(> played third new name. Hi'ya Pop! We let us in on the secret.:










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: ; AUK: :SOME: OF TIIK: MKX:' who will carry j tacklers Middle i center) George Kerstein, who play.

the Jax-Navy i-<>l"is against Fort Bragg at North ed tackle in the Flier front lines in '17. will b* at
the same berth this year. Pnor to.joining the JAX
Carolina Sunday atteinoon. Top i left) Wilbur Sweat,
Navy gridders, Kerstein played tackle at St. Mary's.
NARTU Marine, will use his 230 pounds to open up (Middle right) "Tiger" Ray Adkins, 190-pounder who
the right tackle hole for the Flier backs to come will handle the right-guard chores Sunday will give
through. Sweat is one of the Jax-Navy team's out- the Fort Bragg team plenty of trouble with his uncanny .
standing defensive linemen. (Top center) "Tizzy" type of defensive play. One of the youngest
Tlsdale, a nx-foot IPO-pound end, who was a sensa- members of Coach Jacka's squad, Adkins packs a lot
tional wingman on the Great Lakes Naval Training of football savvy under his helmet. (Bottom) Dave
Station team last year will snag passes for the Fliers Barksdale will start at the blue and gold center po
this season. (Top right) Joe Sinko, a returnee guard sition in the Initial fray. Barksdale played ball at
from the 17 Jax-Navy pigskinners. will be at his old the Naval Academy and University of North Carolina
post again this year. Top-notch man on the defense before his sparkling play at NAS Corpus Christi last
and a powerful hole-opener the 185-pound Sinko will season. Following the Sunday game, the local gridder; :
see plenty of action in the Flier forward wall t Mid- come home to play Eglin Field and NAS Corpus
dle left) Johnny Bieneman, right halfback, is slatedto Christi at the Gator Bowl on 3 and 9 October respec
start at the Jax-Navy wingback post when the tively. Two other home games are scheduled at the
whistle blows next Sunday. Bieneman is another hold- Gator Bowl one against Cherry Point on T November .*
over from last years squad.. His J70-pound, 5-t'oot, 6- and the other against Fort Benning on 13 No
inch frame makes him a small target for opposing vember.
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Volleyball Teams Now FightingFor I Jax Navy TelephoneContinued no longer could hear the party

I although the phone was off trot
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national service honors. At hook. She was told that an am
Station Intra-Mural HonorsOne garner her home at' 831 Timuquana Road.
the close of the 1917 season, Jax- Mrs. Steenwerth immediately bulance had been sent to the address

of the maddest\ scrambles for top honors in station I Navy had six wins, one loss, and passed the information on to the I but she didn't breathe easy '
one tie to its credit but placedfive Offlcer-of-the-day at the Hospitaland again until she was told that both
intra-mural history is now underway\ in the NAS volleyball of its members on the 1947 to the Main Dispensary urging Mrs. and Lt. Carr were safe in

loop with 48 teams in six leagues fighting it out in daily :, mythical All-Navy East Coast them to send someone to the the Hospital responding to treatment

encounters on courts in every corner of the base. i i eleven. And the local blue and :I woman's residence as she was lure I for gas fumes from the hot
gold eleven will be out to revenge that something was wrong. j water heater which had overcome
Play has begun in the Blue, (;reen, Yellow, Indigo, Red, 1
that lone loss with NAS Corpus them.
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and Orange leagues, according to loop officials who busy Doping that it would help her
are Christi when they meet in the Gator I peace of mind, the: operator called The commendation Mrs. Steen
trying to compile the results for I Bowl on 9 October. Mrs. Carr back to tell her that werth received read in .part .
Jacka has been assisted this I its She found Your unselfish demotion to
Enlisted announcement in a future issue help was on way. duty
of the Air News. By next week it season by Lt. Comdr. Bill Har-: that the telephone was off the I in this instance was in keeping 1
(Continued from )Page ] ) rington, Lt. Paul King, and Capt. hook, but she could hear nothing. with the highest traditions of the
or junior college. i Candidates who 'is hoped to have records up-to- Ben Griffin. Harrington was an Verifying the phone number and ,I Naval Service, and the Commanding
are completing their fourth em- date so that standings can be pub- outstanding halfback at Centre the location with the telephone Officer desires to commendyou
ester can be draft deferred for lished. College and was named on many company she again called the and to add his: personal 'well
four months. ) 'In the meantime, the ATU 6 All-American selections during his hospital to tell them that she done' .- "
I football career. King was an ace
IC) Shall have reached: his 18th team is steamrolling all opposi- lineman for the University of A switchboard operator :since
birthday, but shall not have tion in its quest for the intra Pennsylvania, and Griffin was a I Fort Benning Doughboys on Sat- November, 1912, she assumed her
ed his 25th birthday on the pus-I mural crown. Toppling three more sparkling' center at MississippiState 'urday, 13 Nov>ntber I duties here in March 1916.Q I
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his application is submitted. past present : before entering the Marine
record stands at six straight winsagamst
f id) Must agree to remain on Corps. All three were on the 1917
active for four no losses Othersquads coaching staff under "Tuffy"
duty years,
are also putting on outstanding Dlo
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ing the period undergoing tnc1ud-1 Thompson. 00
pel formances on the courts, showing -
,as a Naval Aviation Cadet Game Time AnnouncedLt.
the intense interest in the
, sooner released by the Navy De- / I Comdr. Anthony J. Rubino,
for the title.
1 competition
partmenf. NAS Offtcer-in-Charge of Physical MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
One of the targets individual I Training announced this week
(e) Shall be unmarried and must
to remain unmarried until players are shooting is a berth the kickoff times for the four Movie: \VWU.Iay*-.,mO: and 1000; week-eiuls-11x1' and commissioned.agree on the varsity team which will Jax-Navy home game tilts whichare
: be formed in the season. All mem- scheduled at the Gator Bowl. "NIGHTTIME IN NEVADA" starring Roy Rogers and Andy
tt) Must be physically qualified bers will be picked from the Intra- On Sunday, 3 October, the Fliers Devi ne. .
strongly motivated to fly, mural ranks. clash with Eglin Field at 1500 FRAY -

and aeronautically adapted for the u. ___ and they meet the NAS Corpus THE SAXON CHARM," with Robert Montgomery an.1 Susan
actual control of aircraft. and one-half years required by the Christi Comets under the Gator Hayward
(g) If under 21 years of age, contract are spent with the fleet. Bowl arcs on Saturday, 9 Octo- STUIUNU SUNDAY j
must obtain consent of parents Upon completion of the contract, ber, at 2000. The Cherry Point "HOMECOMING," featuring Clark Gable and L.III: Turrwr. l
Approximately 18 months are a small percentage of the officers Marines come to the Gator Bowlon MONDAY \;
spent in training before candidateswin will be selected for the regular Sunday, 7 November, with the "I, RCENY," starring John Paine and Joan Caulfield.TUKSDAY .
their wings and are commissioned Navy. The remainder may fill bil- kick off slated for 1500, and the AND WfiDNKSDAY
in the Naval or Marine lets in organized squadrons of the final night game of the season at "ONE TOUCH OF VENUS," with Av.. Gardner and Robert
Corps Reserve. The remaining two Naval:' Air Reserve the Gator Bowl will be with the Walker.;


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