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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 1948
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Vol. 6-No. 28 -f'IOr': 7 October 194$

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Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training! Command

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I UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
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\> -Clashes With Corpus






.Christi Comets Here Saturday


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". Fliers Will Seek


To Avenge Lone
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a 4 ?z Defeat Of 1947



Flushed with their 31-0

,i 1 ae a victory over Eglin Field)( the
Jax-Navy Fliers will try to

J make it two straight Saturday

night when they meet
: the :NAS Corpus Christi Comets -

.4 at the Gator Bowl in the

.; t lust i Naval Air Training Athletic -
Conference clash of the

I >.Mson. Kick-off time is slated -

{ for 2000.

One of the top service grid
battle is expected to unfold for
t the local eleven will be out to re-
v.'Mge the 7-6 loss it suffered at
the hands of the Comets in '47.
r The local forward wall will face
I its I grimmest test when it locks
horns with the big Comet line
Both are about even in weight, the
Premiere At NAS
Hollywood Jax-Navy linemen averaging 195

.1LTllO1'II '1IIK: 1)RIN'IIIN; (, ))O\\' ..ot'lt made klieg and Corpus tipping the scales at
\ lights: and lobby f<....ti\ tits. lI11PIHdl"1.41.l the :Naval Air Station 198 The Comet barks are lighter
than the Fliers by 22 pounds with
) staged); a real Hnllvvvuod pi.mi-i last hiiilay night at the NATTC
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the four Jax-Navy backs weighing
auditorium fur the showing of the movie "The Secret Land".
); in at 187 and the Comets, 165.
I Above ) All eyes are focused on the screen as the house lightsb
Comet Coach Tex Kassin will
< gin to dim. :Naval dignitaries and prominent Jacksonville citizens
I' probably send J, Edixon into the
f ate seated in the foreground. (iLefti* Lt. Comdr James C McCoy" aveteran
to direct
fray the "T" from the
South Polar explorer explains to the audience some of the
( quarterback slot Edixon is a hold-
Mines. they are about to witness in the motion picture filmed by 1 '
over from the 47 Comet eleven
-Navv photr graphers. Captain A. I, MaUtrom and Rear Admiral
Ernest Vv. Litih are seated at the left. I that topped the Fliers. Making up
II the rest of the Comet batktield
will be V. Kravnaik at fullback,
Hollywood Opening H, Hargrove at right half, and A.
.. or
.ew Hubbard at left half Hubbard Is

t1L Prevue At NAS Of the fastest man on Kassin's squad
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Staged and has been showing his heels to

Comet opposition this season.
Navy's South Polar MovieA In the tackle positions, O John
aton and D.
Englett; are the most

i DANCES ARE PLANNED NEXT WEEK BY real h wood-style premiere was staged here last likely B.starters Scott will, while get the M. nod Weaverand for

Friday night for the pievue of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer the guard slots G Russell appear

f CREW AND EMPLOYEES AT AUDITORIUM release) "The Secret Land". to be the choice for the pivot spot,
! Held at the NATTC Auditorium the affair featured and C Mallard and G, Brall wilt

double-barreled dance talks by Hear Admiral Ernest W. Litch, Chief of Naval Air share end duties. .

is on tap for next Air Station Raises Advanced Training, and Lt. Comdr. James C. McCoy, a veteran Another scatback in K811 in',.
stable "Rabbit"
I is Hickman an
when both station en of Antaictic exploration, I -- --
I t't'A} personnel and civilian S3,630.23 For 'New Captain A. 1. Malstrom, Com ture. In a special section were elusive Comets'halfback 14-7 who win spearheadedthe over NAS
manding Officer of NAS, was introduced many civic leaders" of Jacksonville -
.\ stage dances at New Orleans two weeks ago.
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to the audience
de Auditorium to thin Jax Baptist Hospital John D Shea. Statt Public byI'omdr The movie itself was a breathtaking I I probably Flier Coach start the Don same Jacka team that will

Information Officer who actedas record of the of
"I to' l LUptiM: Hospital Fund exploits took the field against Eglin last
I '1- ,\ i I'>''>'d aliAS last wI'd'all' master of ceremonies the Navy during the recent South Sunday "Tizzy" Tisdale and
: a Gal, t 1 ut $,bJO: Jo! wall\ i ais' Lt Comdr. McCoy, who flew Polar expedition known as 'Oper Chink Moore will be at the Jax-
'I [" "aid I Jacksonville proposed Admiral Ru'hard E. Byrd over the ation Highjump, It was narratedby Navy flanks, "TIger" Ray Adkini
i II>""piial on the Southside.t South Pole for the first time, three well-known movie stars, and 'Gorgeous George Kersteinat
pointed out that the movie, was Robert :Montgomery, Robert Tay-
t hal.1 1 l'all.'olw, thanpit the tackles, Orm Ford and Bill
"" i, \ Sited his thanks ton all filmed in I oloi ta\ Navy photogisphrc lor, and Van Heflin. Both :Montgomery Malonoski: at the guard slots, and
+ 'ph n vvoikiis here for their i and ht olf"lt'd to answer and Taylor were on Bl't"'t'I I Dave Barksdale at center
am (jin':.t i inns 1 vi hi h the audience duty with the Navy during WorldCoutturns I Lt. Comdr Jat'ka's
111,111 i I ni, *ctturts In making; the startingCiMitfnueil
011\\ a 1'>11.1'111. He also thanked might wih i In a-"k ab'nit the pic-I ( t on Page 4)&) ( on Page 4)&)

,I Ii i 11'1'1"Y"I'S'i l and military person
,i tIICII'' generous conlnbui NAVY DAY COMMITTEE: : CONFERS I
__ m.u...__ ._. .__u.u.u____.._
\ ?I] dud their loyal support.
I'> .-<'i haul and Ilepaii Depait
II' It led the way with conttibutoi .

-'...,.........-'-. 1"11" .tiling $1I66IS. Public
\\11 t k,. vas next with JStH) In
,''to t thu ,I place wan Supply with
M> >- :,0. i 'ontr..ibution* from other '
e.*
-...'\.. d'I l |>ii tin,'nts were Industrial- I" %

I : IMI> I .11..j! i I':, ilW( it i' and i hiOi :;> !.i tams and Area Wage and (,Ias- I
; sun ilion Office $11;:;, Execiuifill \ ,'
r ) In-ti.i. ..-,0, Communications $'tl: > :
1 'i i,1! HI t he 11 h'dill.) i I'; :i ('r'w's ,yd, and Aviation Training: $16 _':>
Ijam in':\t TIIIII.oIay night The A complete breakdown on contiibutiuriB '
Kai ibou! (;nl.s from Jacksonville trom the various dcpaitments
will tome aboard as usual a* dancing follows:
{ partners and all enlisted personnel '- Utp.rtnMt. I'lftdgn* ('.*h lulul A
\ .. are invited to join the fun. I'uhlu. '
1t IJ/'k. .. \:1:1./10:: : ) "111.1)) 5i'11)0);
In addition to pr'u\"III/Ij; the mudi,
:-ullJly.. :fil.ji) fl'fJ.OO Uril: ,
the onhistia will present a revue

entitled .AMtunnlillla. coinmunlcarioiM _......_ :Ii.'IIr: ; > wi) )'1, VN's 1OH A G.\I.\ cilebiation of Navy Day at NAS and In Jacksonville. wrv discussed l last
On Friday night the Employees ,\via. Ting. :WJ5 26 2 t Fndav atttinoon in the Cixiterence Room of the Main Administration Building' by membeis ot the .
i Association will give a dance at I PxcHullveDivision; I Navy Hay Committee and representatives of RONS. The committee, headed by Lt Col A. L. Norton -
the auditorium for civilian personiiel I I ..__ M0) gt.:3t) lit 3) left, includes Lt Col! K \Williams, Lt Comdr E. J, Muriaty, Lt N P Reid, Ll Igl) T. L. Farrell -
working on the station andthetr Overhaul A: Mr A, M Greene, Lt. Comdr. l{. C. Doe ( representing Staff Public' Information), Lt. Comdr. A.
R p'llr _.._ rrro\ ) or*.'w U..i.'J I
guests Tickets can he obtained j I J. Rubino, Mr George V. Salzer, Jr, Lt. Comdr' G. E O'Neil, Mr, Dean Boggi. (obscured), Mr. K. R.I'.oblntt f
IRE 3c WOO 3MI)) 64H( ) 41100
from Employee Services in I Jr Mr Harold R Clerk Chaplain K. L Albert, Lt. W E. NiemlAnn.Inj/ Lt Comdr N, E. :
(ConliriiMHl 1011I l1sv+ I>)> I Total $t\JUtjf\ ) jti}




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. BALLY DAY AT STATION SUNDAY SCHOOL ,

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(Thin **.*'. olnmn I* devoted U \\MF-144 the Marine IIr fluids. .i
qmdrwB, and FASRun! 16H, the squadron which, won the. Noel Datln I Trophy. I
far briar tll, beat squadron of It* type In the Naval Air Reserve TrmlnUf ('..... t
n..oI.-tI1.; ) .
Q4a THE "OLD CORPS"-Wherever
vtY..a .' P Mr qyl'a Marines get together, there is always ganization. Every man's effort .
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9 k mention made of the "Old gained us this distinction. Now \\1 1I
< Corps." Lt. Bill Thompson of I let's win it again this year and i
I VMF-144 decided that he would I'double our honors. It only takes
e 4 ( try to gef to the roots of this 'a conscientious effort on the part !
d { matter and find out just what of everyone, and the honors earned -
constituted the "Old Corps." He are well worth the efforts involved .

first consulted a sergeant with .
c- I I! enough haahmarks to denote 24 PROMOTIONS-We are proudto
a a years service and was assured thatit announce that through the cooperation -

-->..; ; .-.... .- .. .... T' I ,,,--- referred to those leatherneckswho of NARTU ground
had seen service in China, school and our ground school UI -
IN SPITE OF TilE INCLEMENT weather, the Station Sunday School set a new record in attendance Haiti or Nicaragua. This theorywas I ason Officer, Lt. (jg) McNamara
last Sunday when it observed annual Rally Day. A total of 118 Navy Juniors were present blasted when he ran into a I the first group of our enlister
I for the event which was held in the Interdenominational Chapel The youngsters are shown outside men have officially been
I Marine who had seen service in
the with A. C of the Sunday School and of the teach-
Chapel Chaplain Boyer superintendent some World War I and referred to his .! advancement in raUng as follows) ;

.._ previous Informant as "that boot." I I II I James C. McDonald, from SR to
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I In a fine quandary Lt. Thompson ,' AA; Van O. McLean., rom ADE3to
ers.CHAPLAINS' 'went to the home of aged ,'ett'ri i ADE2; Raymond I. Mockin,
: ans and found a retired corporal'I from ADE3 to ADE2; Roger J.
HOBBY SHOP : who fought In the Boxer Rebellion. ': Feco, from ADE2 to ADE1 ; El-
He referred to the first two informants liott E Lune from ADE to
''At the. Matlon Oh.p't, Hlrmlnfham
NOTES ADE3 and Vincent
"those 'uns". ; A. Degeorgi
as
CORNERThe Road and Muslin Attnue young
j 1 Protestant Thoroughly disillusioned Lt. from ADE2 to ADE1.Congratulations f
0930) -bund< \ School Small Chap l. / Thompson is now of the opinion are also due
1045 .t-neial \\oi-thlp' -i\lre. Chap-
man who first said "all of lain Kixnti' L Albert. Mrs. Cooper kept the leather- : that the only member of tha "Old to former Ens. John S, Daniel,
us have our problems," has long I CatholU craft bench jumping this week Corps" in any conclave of leathernecks I now sporting' the silver bars of a ,
been dead. It is highly possible 0930MauChaplain 0700 -Maw I while hammering designs Into Is the man who entered the lieutenant I ijg) and former Lt.
that some other primitive cave- I J.A. Vtldnun will officiate those purses and wallets she is Corps first Walter Shinn, our new executive \
dweller solved his immediate difficulties at both massel.I making to help out Santa this i I FOOTBALL SPECIAL VMF- officer who is now a lieutenant .
with the stone-axe treatment I outdoor assessAn Nursery tor small children I Ii Christmas B V. Sealing of 141 seems to attract high school, commander Lt. (Jg) Stewart, 'our \j(
applied diligently to the side i is maintained b twon 0900 and O&R has also been working dil- football stars, from undefeated I maintenance officer missed two
igently in the leathercraft department : stripes by Ingle month.
cf the head. It does not mutter because 1200. teams Practically the entire first
of late team of the Robert E. Lee i ANNUAL '
we each still have our prob- :NAVAL MOsriTAL! CIIAfrL; squad ; TRAINING The
lems. In solving them we spend a Ward( A-l Making use of the drafting table has joined up, including Ken Be- last two weeks active duty whichbegan
considerable part of our time, to Protestant here at the shop' Is K. B. Corwin, thea, Bill Bolin Don Gladden Jerry 4 September and, ended 18 .A
pay nothing of that of our shipmates lOno-D.Dlvln Hewitt* Wor, Jr.hlp. Chaplain T. AA of O&R. He is drawing upa Green, David Jones, Brooker September, was marked by beautiful M
j' net of plans for a boat. ': Kelley, Lyle Schmell Charles flying weather
and superiors. -- ---- ---- I resulting In
All of us would like to find stand clearly what our problem is In the metal department R. P. ; Smithera and Dudley Thomas : lots of flying hours and smooth"
ready-made pre-fabrlcated ans and how it is related to other Stephens ADC was building an Members from the undefeated St duty for all. Eleven men and two
wers. We would like to do in things and other people we can all-metal trunk for the back of his Paul's team are co-captain Billy officers from FASRON 158. who J
life the same trick we performedin ''I begin to forecast!! possible' solu car over the weekend.A Damato Doug Eller Randolph I could not make the regularly- '
high school math-look in the tions. This forecasting is a process glance into the carpenter shop, Wilkins Jody Strickland and Joe scheduled FASRON active duty in t
back of the book and work back I,I of using one's mind to figure reveals the usual size group cf Kohten I II July reported for duty in September -
ward from the solution. It is very out how the thing ought to be building enthusiasts R. J, Sharp I' FASRON PAYOFF is certain 'I / During this period each tour
pad that it can't be. To life's problems -I done. We cast about in our minds ADC of VF2 Is putting the finishing that all hands remember the I II men had the opportunity to
there are no pre-fabncated we draw on our experience, and on (I touches!! on a luggage trailer Annual Inspection' held last Feb- take an R. O. N to Guantanamo
what have read to set tentative while Mike Vrboncic, ADC, from I Bay Cuba New I
proved, and absolute answers. The we up ruary when Admiral Whitehead or York City. C
solutions we so earnestly seek and ways of doing the job. The I I&S is making a neat coffee table. and his staff gave us a thorough F. Peters chose New York City
absolutely need are not laid down smart man is he wino can devel- Another shipmate who makesuse I review We want everyone to know and for the first time in eight .
jn advance. The problems are there. op the greatest number of workable of his spare time is Chief Chip- I I that all our preparations under I II years had a chance to visit his
Other men have had similar but I alternatives. The alternativesare paroni of the Psysical Training I the capable leadership of Comdr. I parents and relatives there E. E. "
not identical problems. We can see each in turn examined until I Department. With the help of his I 11* P. Johnson our former C. 0,, Lane saw the lights and the taU
their solutions and be guided by lone seems to be more right than wife, "Chip" is now engaged in the arid Lt. Comdr. L. P. Glttlngs I buildings in New York for his
them, but we can't take their I the other. This one is tested by the I process of making a handsome and 'now our Commanding Officer I first' time, and C. F. Crowell, ,..t. I
chest of drawers Mr.
findings and make them fit ex- fact that there may be a better I Mrs. Mueller made for complete success., We'I eran of a Cuba hop last spring,
are now weekly visitors -
actly. I and a quicker way of solving the I \ here and are constantly turn- I are very proud of our record and I actually made it back to Floyd
Successful problem solving is problem. He remains alert. He ing out articles in the woodworking appearance proving that the preparation I Bennett in time for a prompt .
primarily the development of an I''I broadens his vision. He studies : department' A E. Home- I I period was not in vain. takeoff and surprised everyone '
.. adequate method-a proper tech- carefully what the other men have wood, ADC, another man from I&S i I The Naval Reserve Inspection Reviewing I The Cuban hop passengers offer
nique. The smart man knows how I i done. He never lets himself be ''is shaping some smooth planks into Board, after spending : ed no comment but the Inferencewas
to tackle any problem to find the I I narrowed down to believing a prob- I a nice fishing tackle box. months of compiling and comparing that a good time was had
rotation that is particular to that I lem unsolvable if, the first attempt I A check of the machine shop figures on inspections all over by all.
problem. While the details 6f our fails the other day turned up a model the country, selected our own I If you have seen!! two husky Op-
methods may vary there are some I How can another person help in engine being assembled by R. S. 'i FASRON 158 as the best of all the erations Officers rushing around
elements that remain consistent. I solving one's problems ? It is certain 'II Lake. AE2 A. W. Olds. ADC, forty odd Fleet Service squad-I supervising- our plane captains in
1. Analysis- Most of us can't :I that he can't reach down in of VFl Is also busy in the machine rons in reserve stations I the process of getting our VP "
pee the weeds from the trees. We his lucky bag and bring out a sug- I shop making parts for a the country. As a token of our type aircraft in the air. you may
can't understand our own problems 'ar-coated pill that will act as a model locomotive. I success' and excellent showing the t have wondered about their back-
because we never sit down cure-all. If he trys to, and you Chief Al Hance of the -Hobby Board has awarded us the Noels ground. Lt. and try to analyze them objectively ; accept It, you are tricked and I I-Shop staff says business is really Davis Trophy for being the best I and Lt. Comdr. Walter Shinn both
and dispassionately. All too weakened He can however, if he picking up since the re-opening. I j Air Reserve Squadron of our type, played football for the Naval Air
often we are so busy feeling sorry is sympathetic' and interested, aid .I He should know being in the stockroom Lt. Comdr. R. L. Outings, as wellas Station here in Jacksonville doting 1
for ourselves, blaming a cruel in the process of analysis. He I Here's hoping we see! his !staff wish to commend their active duty with the
fate, casting the burden of blame'I may listen and suggest His questions still more hobbyists coming .in the each and every man who took Navy. Lt. Comdr, Shlnn, before enterlng .
on another becoming emotion may help to fertilize your door of our shop. part in the inspection. In earning the Navy had distinguished -
ally tied up inside that we become own mind to produce additional al- nouns I the Davis Trophy we have not himself as an All-American
obsessed by our own problem. We : ternatives. Make use of all the resources Monday through Friday-1700 only distinguished ourselves on during) his'! college years while Lt.
magnify it out of its true propor- that are open to you. to 2100. I this bas', but we are nationally < jg) Daniels was a member of the
tion and see it as a distorted Chaplain F. D. Hewitt, Jr. Saturday-1300 to 2100. .__ recognized as an outstanding or- I Stetson squad'
pter. The first step in mon-I I
solving! is to train oneself to weigh NEW- SCOUTS HOLD FIRST MEETING

and analyze each difficulty to .., .. -i a
know why it is a problem and I ; 'w 3xp .,

what are the several elements I r---
that make it up. .- I
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Arthur J\(. Greene, Editor
The JAX AIR NEWS is published -
) weekly! at the U. S, Naval.
Air Station. Jacksonville Florida.
and printed commercially with I 'I
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v non-appropriated funds at no expense .
to the government and in :
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Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December
]!i45. Copies are distributed free
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Unit the "eadquarters of the
Naval Air Advanced Training I : .
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Station Cecil Field and the U. S.
Naval Hospital I,
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the Ship JMllioiim ABMnlntkiR and1 I' Tilt: S\\\' YOl'NGSTEiIS "htwn binrvth, f'hmta \\altpf \\ Rer'-, !O1'1'f'fHi f"lm IIft, unaV.1\1. Fuxtri >{ and from l'IJIht, ,
the Armed of Fence material Pi CM Service from three Fliproduction : ;' and 'twe' EnSr: ; f"'lt"' an thr el-tart""y nieirhi'r- the '1111'' \situl An !-:''': .1 s' ('"1)t! Tloop, tiiuh/ hdd II'' 1IIIItHI mpf'ltnglast Fl'ltlay ivveiling
source must bear a credit line, kf'J'ut.- Jr Bldg tWJ Ir th1 IP..IIIJ" hI' s'I I If', it 1 Nit ht fir 'i "IA. (' ul" l:" ct.l ; .I.) ,!lut, : I d"hallili, Wilkes Brinks, Charlie KauJiH (-
lit itlnn (,f other rn.itur xii-pt l try. \ Mite ,11.'h "" iii, tarter ('!J.I.:; ., H'mu,' anr! :,,'II 1;, ,,, bill' k row, EiigII 8ltut, Jim Aj' AIlRuttHnt, S'outmas.tt't Beeves, Bobby
servkr perms puMtintioni+!"Iln of i*Viiitm piohiblnl, JAX without Alit BrytlflTI Bin HaaiEugene:: Flannagan lark ; "man Jta.1Jh. rim5, t':} E.rinny t'lltiun, Lavid rbJJWIC, Cravtd tingnt-h. Scoutmaster
NEWS Ea":.ttrt: 01)11 Eagit Sri:ut .hmm'Y Gill, Jt
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I i I I Cacrid l!Mari .J SUPPLY E


f Bulletin will be accepted until space born .tilled, but 1- lff fi .1.1A.orlt"H

.. Mt _.later than IOU 1000 Tuesday SALE Ext. 8230. IV2 SALLIES = AROUND -

1" 0 i
Wicker condition.settee with Mrs three W.cushions T. Dim-Vn bed four.with Bottle Innerspring gas /:lights mattress, and sleeps water ,

good Lot 50'xlOO'. Will sell both for I I
Ilk, 2-7640. ))1\l"lon by Elizabeth ; -
lied and mattress In good condition. $1,150 or will sell separate. Mrs. Math Seems that I have
I Crouse 8-9653. I pened to "Wesconnett Fire!
1407 Cum-
8-9412, or
berland Delehaunty Road. Revere movie camera 8mm type. Mil THE WEEK'S WASH. Otis, Ow- been overlooking something Wagon" that you were driving to
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3939 Plymouth business coupe in goodi take $100. G. H. Robertson. Ward ens is sporting a new car which, mighty important recently.: My work?
condition. Whitaker, Bid 053. or B-6. Naval Hospital, ext. 214. into the apologies to our division bowling
Portable stainless steel electric washer dike your reporter's, got Did anyone notice Ralph Hen
Zenith phone car ext.radio 578. complete with an. and wringer for $15.: or will trade horseless carriage class by the team. I know everyone is interested derson- very much In evidence at

1 tenna. Built tor Crosley car. Will for equal value In t,4'I or V'x4'x8'sheetrock. skin of Its teeth. As a matter of \\n knowing that the Equippage the Shrlners Circus ? If he wearsa
E. Lindberg,
John Shop
take $40. Also a new table broiler fact, It snorted at us recentlywhen : Group, Team No.3 Is captained peaked look these days, it can
: 0&R.
330
never used, $7; ala II-tOP coffee table other than Charlie Adams
In condition 94. 1:. U. Martin Three complete rooms of furniture he passed us on the road. by none be blamed on that.
good blind dishes, etc. All In who happens to hold the highest"
1336A Randolph Street, NAS. rugs; very Polly Ann Scattergood advises
good condition. W. B. Tletie 3543ACraven In the whole with We want to wish Mr. Pick good
Marlln pump shotgun, 12 gauge 30" that her latest flame is an average league
modified choke barrel, In good con- Street, Dewey Park.Men's 170. Also on the team are Ray luck in his recent venture. lt'.
1 \ In condition for Annapolis grad of 46 and a former -
good
dition. Link 3216A Blair :Street, bicycle really his wife's, but I think he deserves
Paul Dreibelbis Jr.
Park.Threepiece $20; electric poi table record player basketball star Chaz Fri- Kennedy, : ,
Dewey bedroom suite, coil spring In carrying! case, $10; guitar, $10; dell reeled out of here last Fri- Barrel Haley, and Johnny Moore. come credit too. Hope everything

and Inneisprlng mattress Mis. Newman bed springs, one double and one day being presented with the The team expects to walk away turns out wonderfully.
single $2: each. Crowell, ext. 433,
Hancock Street. NAS. Everyone welcomes Hugo Fluc-
1213A or 2-6808. Shakespeare as a memento from with the honors this year. So far,
lots, doe 70x156 feet High and
Four kelger back from leave. He
well\ drained. Convenient to NAS. Blonde Cocker puppies, thoroughbred his associates Another on the they have won every point; lo tnonf' spent
Priced by owner at $:100 to $250 Mrs. Bennett 2-9675. list to go is J. B. Stafford, who and have a percentage of three months in Switzerland sightseeing -

tier rsti6: Von Ebersteln, 2-2504. Lake property 200 feet on Lake Opal. plans to transfer to Charleston 1,000. We females have gottenup and visiting old friends
] ). runabout with halt cabin. : In condi and relatives. It's good to have
Priced to sell ttin" be seen at Cedar ifon. in the veddy near future. "Tis the courage to organize our
River Fishing Camp on San Juan bed complete for. $10; three coil rumored your Training super 'I own little team and we meet oncea you back, Hugd.Planning .

Ave. Lt. Pi indie, ext. 8362. springs $3 each; two end tables, $2 doesn't know the difference between week. Any other women's team by Wynonu Spurlock
fishtail wool gabardine coat each and eight-tub Majestic radio,
S Aqua ,
refuse disposal and a fuel wanting to play against us or chal- ---We have an engaged couple In
Full, size 14, $IS. Also set of tailor In reed of repairs $8. Davis 8-1260 a
made blues, size 34 waist, (12.50.Zvolokl Whitney steeromatlc baby buggy 5 i tank ( perish, forbid!) .. FBM, lenge us can contact me in Shop the O&R, I am happy to announce
ext. SSI.: months old two-toned grey leather, who likes the idea of the forth- 742 Optical Department.By -Miss Lillian Baker of Finish
German Luger 9mm. Some ammunition like new! Chief Hubbard. ext. 444 'I
& Fabrics and A. D. Williams
of
coming hobby-lobby reports that the I think I have in-
holster and extia clip. Must or 4032A Dewey Park Annex::. way
sacrifice. Smith 7-3307. Noige electric lefrlgeiator, six cubic she could never get her hobby In advertantly put someone in the the Ordnance Shop. Congratulations.

3>>42: fold coupe, $R30.) Knslgn Wolfe, feet In good condition. Will take a showcase. Regret to learn dog house. Please Myrtice, that .
cash. A. G. Haas 1331A Randolph
Two ext.and 298.one-half bedroom house on $100 Street, NAS. of the death of Betty Payne's isn't your Mike I have ,been writ- Guess it won't be long before

three acres of dry land all fenced. TOR tNT: sister and of Papa Brack's grand- ing about lately. So don't make the timekeepers will be coming up

,': ; Six miles from NAS. Fully fUI nllhI" child. Condolences of the depart- him wear the old worried look any and asking you who you are,
ed, also livestock If desired Selling Attractive apartment In Riverside.
ment are extended to both. The other Is Inspector when come In, and whete
f k : for $3,000 cash or new car plus Living-loom, dining-room breakfast you more. one an I you you
6.' cash. $5,000 balance on mortgage et$33per nook kitchen and one bedivom. J. S. Kemp, representing in the Prop Shop I work since there are so-o-o many

month. EM. Wolfe ext. :298. Bath with shower. Fuinlshed, nochildren Branch 91 of the Fleet Reserve, And talking about the Prop new faces.

Six white uniforms suitable for maids, r please. Partridge 28951.Furnished I announces a dance October 29th Shop, we understand that Slim | Many, many thanks to you fel
waltitsses.\ beauticians and noses four-room apartment on I
t'V' Cheap. Mis. Cox 2-6U93.! NAS bus route Ha tiled bath shower I at the Roosevelt Ballroom. There'll finally had his dream come true. i lows for your blood donationsfor

Photographic light meter Western Mas and kllcht'n.0 per month ga be door prizes, and Kemp will He made the governor bench.: But Mrs' Jennie Bunn. You au

ter 11, with cusp. Like new. hns, rage Included with sale of fuinl- I have a supply of tickets, if you Mike says your elevated position swell people.If .
Marshall ext. 248. ture. Can be seen after 10 October -
't Antique cuckoo clock, cheap. Also E. J. Plocher, 2819 Herschel are interested Sign in manufacturing does not warrant special privileges you see Mr. Drinkwater run

rtuidy hlghohali. Palmer 7-0188. Street plant: "Girls with loose such as having all the fansin nlng around with a blank look on

Bienkfast set with four chairs, anda Dt'Slrable room, strictly private fam- sweaters beware of machines; the Prop Shop turned on you his face, think nothing of- It. He'
Manning-Bern automatic toast ily. Nice location, on bus lines. I girls with tight sweaters bewareof at the same time. only trying to catch the "roving
El I
3-10'JA! St.
o er. I3uigvr, )son Meyeison, 7-4169 In the evening. I'
Dewey Park. Two-bedroom home with electric machinists" More useless Pop Fuller also is there with timekeeper," and do they ever

f Two men's bicycles. One for $20: the stove and watl'''*hMtt"I'. Has adjoin information: Hosiery mills are Slim. But now rumor has it that team!

other for $25. Ball bel U, 3723B Riley log garage, screened porch. Mis. S. putting out men's sox with the he is repenting. Seems that Pop We welcome Joe Fagan back

1 New; 'ilem ,Dewey sewing Paik.machine, portable I Large M. Turnage room ,with 5-5310M.semi-private$70 per month.bath.: owner's initials instead of the Richardson is working him to from his long vacation. Your buys

electric recently overhauled, one I Working couple preferred Jnslnger. usual clock designs Bowlingbits death. are glad to see you back. How

years guaiantee. Rlrhaidson, 1137B 82538. : The SUPOR League (Supply John Forlau, E. A. Nichols, L. ever, as luck would have it, Joe

Five-loom Allegheny bungalow Road, NAS., c mPleteIY'futis.lehed. i Thiee-bedroom Located at 2725 house.Kimwood unfurnished.Road. and O&R) got underway last D. Braddock, and E. L. Miller I i had to get sick last week and stay

Phone (.,.11 nt'r. Orange Park Malmbouig. 2-.T672. Tuesday. The three teams which have joined our shop personnel.' i home for a fey; day'!
i
2821.3W Fuinlshed three-bedroom house with Supply furnished are Supply No.i Welcome aboard! Personnel & Administration by
t ,, ; *> Plymouth sedan in good condl- two/ baths and large closets. Has
1 Behrens Chuck From Ordnance Dot DU'kMm-
,' Uon; ,motor recently ovei hauled. outside shower, new elec : Henry captain, Shop comes the I Anyone borrowing a
Very* reasonable. Uooditau ext. trle garage left Igerator, electric lange, au- Hawkins, Irvin Tate, Aubrey Wilson word that St. Peter nearly met cigarette from C. Sweet nowadays

IM1K 'ortt1430A11Chlld: ct,. NAS tomatic hot water heater and builtIn and Jack Richardson; Supply Lou the other da y. Seems that he i I has to roll his own. Those Irish

.circuiting;:heater. Also with a tank complete endmetaLsland.L$85. cabinet sink. $75: per month. Will No.2: Frank Relter, captain, Carl wanted to drive where the other strings hanging out of his bach
rent until 15 May 19-19. Family with
ad of AtwrcdlUon Encyclopedia Am- one or two small children piefer Reiter, R. Register, Tommy Williams car was. Careful, pal. You may ; pocket told on him.

.lerlea8aPttr4$190 l and a set of Funk red. W. R. Powell, 8-1015, or 1812 and P. Potts; Supply No. 3: find yourself being fitted for a I I Another dance is brewing. The

'.W..ilt"sn.e\opf'dla.\ $J5. J. Glendale Stieet. Fred Quina, captain, Al Betan- halo and a harp. Employees Association is giving a

L Cr'W'h 2-5127.. Two or three-room furnished apair court Pete Garvey, Jack Byron Is Dolan from the Bombsight I I big one at Mainside Auditorium
+ '''';rlnJfr-t, ) ..iu hlnt machine. H. E. menu Adults only. Mis. Austin, 2- on
w ,':'Andenon* 1XUB! Hancock Street, 33i2 after 1600. and R. Robertson. The teams hopeto Shop planning to take a hip to I I October 15th: starting at 2100. Bob

NAS ext. 8333. Nice furnished room, steam heated. be wearing shirts (the lettered California soon ? He has already I Astor and hU orchestra will furnish -
Four.flont use ciruulatlng heater In Hu gang: S7 per week. Mrs. Lip- I kind Mabel) before the the under his I the music and the
good condition Will lake $22. Richnidson plncott. 2.7616.Threeroom season packed bags eyes. ; charge is a
8-2008. furnished garage, apait gets too far along. Come out and Maybe he is planning to travel dollar a couple.

Baby crib with Innetsprlng mattiess, ment. Near NAS. has private bath. support the Supplyers. We're sorry light, eh ? Spurlock, what's all this won
,
,f reasonable. Mis.. Courtney, H'.tt! Cum $35 per month. Mrs Knight. 24146. to lose Kenny Wilkins this season, Mr. Weathers, did you ever find derful news I hear about you ?
beiland Road.I
Room In private home with I
1 a connecting

I RCA Victor mdlo-phonogruph! ; bath and kitchen privileges I but previous commitments force the escape hatch the other day, or Understand I'm the last one to

ation In good condition and It deslied. Mrs Shepherd 76950.! him to by-pass us Your reporter was Copeland going to make you find out about it, but congratu-

Also Teeter-bath. Stanley 8-1913. n.1 Two. double rooms with or without slips out of harness for work overtime ? lations anyhow. I could go furtherbut
Fold station wagon In good
kitchen pilvlleges. Three mileJ'om I three issues, and from the I Mr. whatever I'll let tell the rest.
Can be seen at Peisonnel NAS. Mrs L. Johnson 81187.: I glimpses Say, Long hap- :you
t parking lot In rear of Bldg. 954. Pleasant front corner room single and we had of the coming columns, I -

Shrum ext. 692.! : I double, next to bath. Convenient to you have a real treat in store I SKIVVIES-FEMININE VERSION = =:= _
t
Baby bed and play pen, both In good Isaac In Avondale reasonable rates. for you. Sallies next week will be ,
condition Will sell cheap. See louse I ,
Mrs. Lee Schultz 25930. ,,'
>1> 6t 1413A: Child Street NAS. Large .room with kitchen pl'h IlfjlPS. by Joan Negus of Receipt: Con- I AFPS Cc

t Flve-room bungalow with enclosed One block to all stoies and two trol whose column we have already .
) porches. Convenient to NAS. Will bus lines In a quiet private home. seen and which Is .,,, ,\0'":
a wow. ,
sell for $1.000. C. w. Parker. 7- Working: couple preferred' reference ir% '" ,
I 7975 ,. T. Dennison 3916 Oak Stieet.Laige Joan will be followed by two gals .
$uy'a blue tweed suit else 16. Reasonable bedroom with connecting bath who will only call themselvesPick .
4j I at $3. Also a 9''xl2': fibre( and kitchen pilvllegts.: Mrs. G. L.LolIllln and Peck, diggin": the dirt. ) > ,or
tug no reasonable offer nveilooked. : 7-795'! ...J'ff
,
Mis. P. O. OBiten, 1317B Randolph Double room with kitchen piIvlieges I The last vacation issue will be $ L $ '
Street NAS. and semi-private bath. Renter can dictated by Bobbie Dixon in Ma <\ 't
3041! Buick cot \ertlble In good condition ride to work at NAS with neighborwho I terial. Thanks a million, gals, for
good paint job. Call South. works thete. Mr. Aper, 4S64 out. t
eiland station MAA e\t. 8270. Crescent Stieet.Serviceman's helping
Outboard motor,A..t.i 60. Three wife will share new I I i ,
t t., -months old C. 3810B Norman home with couple baby welcome,
Street Dewey Park. near NAS. Mrs Johnson 26794. t
;
35K18: DeSoto sedan for $:\00 cnsh. Wai. Large;: heated loom In bungalow with ,
pole ext. 8165. hedronma.I I connecting bath. $8 per week. G. T. HospitalChatter
Five-room house with two Rollings. 2- OO2.
'All modem! conveniences. On lot 75'x' Trailer space on rheifiont with modem -
tJ)''. My equity for $1.0no. Past NASto facilities Boats free also cabins .
Collins Road tuin light see sign with or without cooking facilities. ,, t ,
J. H. Buiney. ATf: No 4. ext. 711. Reasonable rates Seven miles south a d
Brown wicker stroller) and "Pal" baby of Orange Park on Highway 17. at

walker. McKay 22085. Black Creek and St. Johns River.Riveiview I Big event of the week! Monte
New house built by owner at the Fish Camp. I I
corner of 103rd Sheet and Bland- \VAXTKI; ) Carlo night in Red Cross Recreation -I 'teC

Ing Road Two bedrooms with bath, Hall, tonight at 1930. Many }: : r.. .
IMIKC space for storage In attic, large Jobs as baby sitter any day, anyevening. l prizes and games of chance. Come
living room kitchen-dining loom) Cecllc Bowen/ 2245 Park. I
end nice kitchen sink. Wired for Street Phone 77274. on down, fellas, and try your

electricity' and water heater Call Ride from 35th and Main Streetsto ,
Walters, at 22797. NAS Bldg 451. Hours 0713 i to luck.Do
.. 3942 houne tiailei I :22" long PermanentKE' 1613.: Miss Riley, ext. 8193, or 3- you want to be a failure socially
0826-J ? Here's chance to .
your pre-
1.. I One suit of offlcei or Chief's Navy I vent such a disaster. Bridge instructions t
sire 39. Thelen. ext. RA'W.
?WA'siru7a Ride blue from Southslde Estates: and At. j are given In ,the Re-

I lantlc Blvd. to NAS. WorkIng hours creation Hall every Friday afternoon ,
me from 0745: to 16.10. Hines ext. I at 1330 by our Grey Lady.

8213Passengeis. Mrs. McRae. Bridge
games may
front of Gdgewooil
',: vicinity : I
Avenue and Hamilton Street to NAS also be arranged for you fellas

Woiklng hours 0745: to 16.10. Oil I who would like to brush up on the ) 1t
Mr. Pierce at ext. 363. game.

:MISCKM.AXKOUSlUve ; ;
I Want to win a prize ? And(

)ou any rutgrown uniform? we don't mean a bar of candy )I. All
j ilrrftkrn, *r other articles In good I you have to do is pick the winners! I
t rontlllloa you no longer need. ? Innate -j
them to the ">ot-Xe\ !'Shop i for Saturday's nationwide football
I !some one mil)' need that very .rlirle. .. I games. Contest sheets will be distributed -
It11111 be old at a bargain ?
each
to your wards week t
price and any profit made will ao I
.
You the winners and turn
to the !''Istion.r.er)'. 'all ext tM pick
,4.f ,4. and a reprrkenlnllte of the hop your sheets back into the Recreation -

will I pick up oar donation. Office by Friday, Pnzt.will;

___ I be given each week to those picking -
I the most winning teams.
r STATION BANK
-aer--
_
The Supply Sergeant handedthe -
i )tours1100.1600Monday IE'fmodels the latest in WAC
MAKGAKKTALK1JI.
very
recruit a pair of pants, and the
: through recruit put them on. They fit per- under lathes whil ['81 Hall shows off the newest in unmentionables -

1 fectly. So did the blouse and the for the \YAVEfc The Gl und rthings for the fair sex w.r.
t r Thunxlay
1. enp.; designed by Juel Paik, Beverly Hills lingerie stylist. Frankly, we're

1 1v I !11000-1200 rllflO.170o-l"rlday-Sal unlay* "Gad man!" exclaimed the not sure whether the gals or the guys m blue will be more Inter

I __ Barge, j you must be deformed!' I Ftcil m this plI't.ure''








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Page Foui SPORTS JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 7 October 1948




I Jax Fliers Smear Eglin! Field In Opening Home Game ,;


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HOUGH GOING AT THE GATOR BOWL S

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+ : 34-0 Victory 01.




&ggy Color Bowl Field 1 1A



Sundoy Aguinsl Engles



rampaging Jax-Navy eleven romped home with its '

first win of the 1948 grid campaign Sunday afternoon at

the Gator Bowl when it overwhelmed the Eglin Field Eagles,

34-0, before a rain-soaked crowd of 2,500 spectators.

Speed, alertness, and hustle brought Coach Don Jacka's

brilliant team through its first home game' successfully.With .
_u __ _
such outstanding backs as -- ---
-- -- -
; Andy Anderson, "Bull" Bailey, I 1- O'Rourke teamed up to carry.
George Kinnear: and Jerry Wai- ball to the Eglin 1, and quay'
terskirchen, the Fliers! opened up I, terback "Bama" Hutchinson scor
with a scoring attack that struck ed. Once again Tisdale split the
pay-dirt in every period I cross-bars, and the blue and gold
Two "TOV In let Period I were in front 14-0
Jax-Navy scored the first time I Eglin tried to get back into the
it got its hands on the ball. Nine game in the second period, but
: : plays after the opening kick-off, Jax-Navy took over when center
fullback Bailey crossed the double Dave Barksdale intercepted an
chalk stripes for the initial "TD". Eglin pass on the Flier 27. Anderson -
Passes by Anderson and Walters- sprinted 31 yards for a Navy
kitchen set the stage for the score. first down on the Air Force 42
: Walterskirchen hit Flier end "Tiz- and followed up his run with a
zy" Tisdale with a toss that net- pass to end Don Wachenfield for
ted 22 yards end Chuck Moore another first down on the visit
snagged: a pass of Anderson's that ors' 16-yard line. Kinnear broke
put the Fliers inside the Air Force through a hole in the middle of
\\0.)'ard line, and then Andy passed the Eglin line to go the remaining -
to Walterskirchen on the Eglin : distance to score standing up.
13-yard: line. Anderson battled his Jo* Patterson's kick was perfect
way down to the Eagle :3, and I and the Navy was ahead 21-0, as
Bailey smashed his way over. Tis- '' the half ended.
dale converted and the Fliers led Kinnear Scorei Again
I Kinnear scored parly in the third r
70The local pigsktnners made it stanza, when he and Anderson
.. ... % C .WP JQJ.. H-O five minutes later when halfback | carried the ball from the Eglin 21 ,
Tilt ,JAX-NAA: Jt'CJGEIlNAt: rolled over: the Gator Bowl turf for sixty minutes Sunday I I( "Hop" Holden! scampered 40. where Flier guard Orin Ford recovered -
afternoon to trust the Eghn Field Eagles, 34-0. in the Fliers' first home game of the '48 season I yards on a reverse play that set an Air Force fumble ,l
(ITop photo) Seconds before the Navy blue and gold hit pay-dirt for its initial "TD", a husky Flier up the second tally. Kinnear and earlier Tisdale kicked hn third if' *
back is stopped for no gain inside the Eglin 5-yard line. In the center of the picture, Navy tackle straight conversion of the day to ? ., _--.T.
George Kerstem can be seen about to take an opposing: lineman out of the play (Bottom photo) A : run the count to 23.;2. ,,v : '-"jr ..:;:;
I .
pair of Jax-Navy ladders bring down an Eagle for no gain. In the foreground: Filer wingback Bob Jax-Navy I Ram slowed the ganjjydowrv.for ; -.,.,
Holden ((16)) moves in on the play The Jax-.avy gnddt will meet the NAS Corpus Christi Com- the remainder of the'conUsf wlth>, ? "4
ets in the fit.'U :Naval Air Training Athletic Conference tilt under the Gator Bowl arcs next Saturday (Continued from Page 1)) the field sloshy and slppgy!:, The '':1',
night. Kit'k-ott is slated for 2000. backfield probably will have Jer- Fliers turned the A'1'1'Forctleyeny +f,
Walterskirchen at quarter- back in every attetnpt'-terlget an _': 'Jo>' I
----- -- ry
back, "Bull" Bailey at fullback, offense started. Johnt? :}gleivern.aft.r! .
Tigers Open 1948 Grid Season Prevue \ "Hop" Holden at right half, and Navy halfback, interceptedT' ;, a/* ,

(Continual from Page 1) the hard-driving Andy Andersonat Eglin pass early in the fourth period -
left half This quartet started and two plays later he Rent
War II while Heflin was a mem
With 6-6 TieWith
Against Hastings ber of the Air Force. I the big fireworks at the stadium 22 yards to the Eglin 7, A stub-
Rain made outdoor Sunday, and they will show the born Eglin forward wall held the
only 1a; seconds remaining in the final period of impossible
Comets their wares when the Navy backs for three plays but
displays searchlights pointing
the NAS Tigers-Hastings Vocational School grid scrap Tues:I skyward and other typical premIere whistle blows Saturday night. Bailey bulled his way over the
day afternoon on Mason: Field, Tiger scatback Johnny Epps I props. But the gaily decorated 1 Following the Corpus Christ! 2-yard line for the final score. Pat
I battle the Fliers will have five terson missed the try for the extra
auditorium and
climaxed a 50-yard touchdown drive by skirting around his speakers'stand
remaining on their roster. point, and the game ended, 3(-0,
as well as the station band, games
own left end and plunging over the goal line for a game- The Fliers made
all lent a true premiere atmos- They will engage the Parris Island ] 15 first downs,
tieing "TD". I phere. I Marines in South Carolina on 16 'rushed for 293 yards, and com-

Trailing, 6-0, ever since the sec- i "The Secret Land" will be ex- October and then take on NATTC pleted 4 out of 11 passes for 77
ond period, the local gridders under iron with first one team handling I hibited simultaneously In 79 key Memphis for a big Navy Day grid yards. Eglin made three first
Coach George Bomfa went ona the ball and, failing to gain, U. S. cities on Navy Day. clash on 27 October. The local downs, minus 36 yards rushing,
ground-gaining spree in the punting it into the waiting hands 'i, I gridders conic back to the Gator and 33 yards on. .passes.SKEETMEN. .
moments of the Bowl on 7 November to meet the
fleeting
game of the other. Both squads show-I i I
that turned a sure loss into a 6.6 ed a very strong defensive line ,I Dance Cherry Point Marines. They col-
lide with Fort Benning at the FOURTHIN
deadlock. I along with an occasional backfield (Continued front Page 1)
same site on 13 November The
From the opening kick-off, a offense. Bldg. 450, ext. 532, or from members season finale with Pensacola is
see-saw battle raged on the grid- i- In Uie middle of the second of the Association. Those scheduled for 27 November at SERVICE PART
---- -- quarter, Hastings began advanc- selling\ tickets are Rod Pinney, A. Pensacola.

ATU No. 6 Still ing deep! into Tiger territory. W. Bennett, Rip K. Brown, T. V Servicemen in uniform and dependents -
Stopping on the 15-yard! line following Andrew, Carl Wysong, 1O.. Warren with dependents' cards OF NATIONAL MEET
Leads In Station I severe! small gains Hastings' and C. G. Hart. I will be admitted free to all home i
i tricky quarterback, Boynton Bob Astor, a tall scat-singing games. Civilians and military per- The" high-scoring Jax-Navy
looped o high pass to Durant, bandleader, hails from New Orleans sonnel not in uniform may purchase skeet team blasted 1167 birds out
Volleyball LeagueAlthough playing end for the colored school. famed home of swing. Bob tickets at Ship's Service, of a possible 1250: front the sky .
Tucking the pigskin under his recently resumed his career as a I Donaldson's in Jacksonville or at I to cop fourth place in the Service
the Station Intra- arm Durant eluded a string of baton-waver after serving with the Stadium before the game. ] division of the National Skeet .
Mural Volleyball Tournament will tacklers and crossed the: line for ''f he Army for two-and-a-half years. I Free bus transportation will Shoot held recently at Las Vegas,
run throughout October, the ATU the first touchdown of the: game A favorite with young and old, he again he provided to the stadium 'Nevada In the contest the local .
No. 6 team already looks like an i Early in the second half Epps has scored successes at the William t from Yorktown and .w ustin. Buses team defeated the highly-touted
odda-on favorite in the play-offs i i scampered 52 yards down the field II | Penn Hotel in Pittsburgh will depart when loaded, start- 'Tyndall Field squad to take -th
which will climax league competition !j for one of the top individual performances Frolics Club Miami, FJa.) Bradford I ing at 1830. They will stand by at George C. Miller Challenge Trophy
for the Station Championship. of the day. Moving to I Hotel in Boston, and.the Sea' the stadium for the return trip which is always in competition
I I the 15-yard line, the Tigers Girt Inn at Sea Girt, N. J. His after the game. when Jax-Navy and Tyndall Field
Adding three more victories to ened to score but were thl.eat-I orchestra has also starred on var- The Flier-Comet battle will not meet on the range.
its last week's tally of nine wins, I i I a heavier Hastings forward ious radio broadcasts over NEC, be broadcast as station WOBS is : Shooting in a high wind and on
ATU No. 6 battled forward in the : The latter half of the third MBS, CBS and tho Coca-Cola not on the air at night !,!ia dusty range, the local bird-bust
I I
Blue League to bung its total to quarter was a battle between shows. I _-__ era were led by Chief '\'. A. Arthur -
12 wins and no defeats. !I the two lines, both teams occAs- The orchestra includes ten musicians band, not Iy-taking part ;;mu- |I top trigger man on the Jax-
ATU No.4, the htgh-Rcoring ionally slipping through to gain a and a gh r' vocalist. The I sicians, but also as 8howm .-n. As- Navy team, who shattered 239 out
sextet which is leading in the Red few yards Tommy. White speedster revue, "Astol mania", is a performance toi's combination is: unique in that of 250 pigeons. Trailing Arthurby
League, chalked up two more vie- '' on the NAS colored eleven, of all the boys in the it has dispensed with ttombones.. I one bird, were Chief D. T. Gal-
lories last week to bring its tally I II j hit the line repeatedly in an effort --- ---- -- -- litano and Lt. Comdr. J. A. .
I their'f' Brough who tallied 238 each. Other -
to seven wins. Playing i to even the score but was ..
games in Hangar 114 on a solid stopped by an air-tight Hastings members of the group were Lt.
concrete deck, the ATU No. 4 boys' forward wall. Finally changing ': Q o ago sa C. C. West, who shot a 227. and
are rapidly drawing ahead of com- tactics Tiger halfback E. Wallace I Chief H. Hartley who popped 225:
petition in the league. j I slipped around left end for an 13- II I birds out of the air.

In the remaining leagues. Ord- yard gainOpening, MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM Jax-Navy defending the All-
Service title, was in competitionwith
nance and Gunnery "H" &group I the last quarter with a ){.\'Vl'IO'kllay.-1130! : ) and 1000; weik-eii still holds the top position of the I rally, the Tigers once more came Naval Air Station at San Diego,
Yellow League, with the Station within several yards of a "TD" "SON OF GOD'S COUNTRY" starring@ Monte, Halt Calif., took first place with 'S .
Police ahead in the Indigo andM1 but lost the ball to Hastings on .
I'KIDAY score of 118 birds out of a possible -
"A" heading the Green a fumble Hastings, holding the "GENTLEMAN FROM NOWHERE," with Warner Baxter and 1230, topping the Eighth Air
League. The slot in the Or- ball the last
top for. time in the game, Faye Baker. Force group which knocked down
ange League is dominated by the managed to it back to ita
carry SATUP.DAY .ANI. SUNDAY, 1171 birds for second place. Iees-
ATU No. 4 "B" team. own 51-yard line but W Plans will soon b<* announcedfor the now almost impregnable I Bemilx third over Jax-Navy by a marginof
the play-offs scheduled around Tiger line.Taking MONDVY. only one bird. Firing below the
the first of November, league officials I I over the pigskin on "THEY LIVE BY NIGHT," with C. O'Dnnnell and F. Granger.TUKSDAY I local team for the fifth place slot,
said. The two top teams In downs, the NAS eleven began the AND WKDNKHDAY Penaacola pegged 1162 pigeons
each league will compete for the i touchdown drive which tied the "AN INNOCENT AFFAIR. starring Fred MicHfunay. and Made- Tyndall< Field took sixth In the
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