Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 14, 1948
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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) Fliers Will Seek Third Straight Victory At Parris Island

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6-No. 29 14 October 1948

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command .

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Air Station Will Celebrate Eighth

. Anniversary Of Cornmis&oningleave

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'i NAS By Air Tomorrow To C. O. PRESENTS CHECK Cutting Of Cake

. I Face Marines In South Carolina To Mark Event

A flashy Jax-Navy eleven which shot into the national+

grid limelight last week-end as a result of a smashing j J8-0 .

A t victory over 'a powerful NAS Corpus Christi eleven will 9 Here TomorrowIn

. hit the air trail tomorrow afternoon for the second time

this season, headed for a clash with the Parris Island Marines :

._The game, a Saturday afternoon affair, will be playedat the midst of a major
,____ transformation from a train..
the leathernecks' home field I -- ---- --- --
in South Carolina. and Ray Adkins at the tackl ing activity to a fleet'avia.

.l i Victorious in their last two out slots, Bill Malonoski and Onn p tion operating base NAS
of three grid battles, both played Ford at the guard posts, and Davy f.r ,
I\ at the Gator Bowl, the Fliers, under Barksdale at the pivot post. Jerry Jacksonville will pause momentarily
:.. head coach Don Jacka, will Walterskirchen is slated to bf tomorrow to observe
: match their record against a Marine calling signals for the local huskies the eighth anniversaryof
: eleven that is undefeated in with Andy Anderson and r its
J "Hop" Holden handling the tail! commissioning.
" its two starts this season.
back and wingback slots. "Bull In view of the vast amount of
The local blue and gold dropped Bailey will handle the fullha, k work ahead, ceremonies markingthe
their initial fray of the '48 campaign -
" chores. occasion will be brief and no
"j to Fort Bragg, 12-7, but r x'S. elaborate plans have been made
-f came back home to cop two for the day. Highlight of the celt.
straight tilts, the first from Eglm I w > Mz
Field, 34-0, and the second from I LT. S. A. MEIRING ANNIVERSARY* STATEMENT"Tomorrow ; :
Corpus Christi, 180. I the .1 <.)..<>lit II Ir Naval .
l Air station oWrtr the riftlilhunnivprhary
Jax-Navy will be looking for its II'IS NEW 'CATHOLICCHAPLA.JN ... v- ,- "( It. roniniixioiiing.It .
third straight win of the season |began II.* nil l In \i1l'1I1 Avi-
and its second consecutive victoryover CAPTAIN A. I, MAI.STKOM, f ommanding OfhVei ol XAS, tion hr.t b) training Aviation ('.-
presents a check for $1696 73 T.O Charles C Mi-C'ubbin campaign ilrl.. During the war" pilot wire
the Parris Island leather-
AT NASLt. director for the Baptist Hospital Fund, which represents thr cash taught romhat trr hniqur* by raperlenced -
necks. Last year, the Fliers flattened a,I.t..r instructor rtitlirdhark
raised at the Naval Air Station for the new hospital. The presen-
the Marines, 27-13, in their from tinI'arific I "' .1' torn.
Bowl. S. A. Meiring assumed duties tation took place last Thursday in the Commanding Officer's office. Airrrvwmra aUo wrrr" Irainril, for
at the Gator
opening game as a Catholic Chaplain here In addition to the cash contributions, station personnel also pledged their tital 011111.... Since J..inT.
Jacka's charges will have a total capitulation, rinphati. bay' l Iree.
$1933.50, making a of $3630.23 from NAS.
last week, relieving Chaplain J. ..
stiff test to meet this week-end, I placed n advanced training for Naval i..t -
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A. Widman who has reported Aviator dr-ntined for the flrrl.
for the Marines boast size and ex I back to the District Of- i i'e.:- ... this aridity i I. tint LI I..aaum. .
perience. They have a good pass- ;Navy Day Observance Will I ( an entirely different ,.......
fice at New Orleans, La., after
; ing and ground attack and their I It will. he the huh ..f a fieri a,I U-
"' temporary duty at NAS since 27 I lion rentrr. an operating rather
". kickers have been averaging closeto August. I Feature Parade I th.n. training h..... Hut with eight
forty yards on all punts so farm SpeakersThis ''''1'.1' 'enlllihm.nt| behind. it,
this season. This is Chaplain Meiring's first I MAS Jacksonville will. we are' a,ire,
assignment since, returning to active celebration take thi new alignment in it
Bib Huzver and Lobb I year's ol Navy Day promises to be i *
,1 t George duty in the Navy. He tride.. Aiwa' >* .a leader. I. eflU'lec .-
11 a pair of 180-pound backs, will to Jacksonville from reported Fort I the greatest ever held in the city of Jacksonville, provided production, nalety. and quality
J : handle the punting chores for Marine i the weatherman doesn't mess things with rain. of Irainl6g, thi ttalion ...116e.\ .-
. up
Wayne Ind., where he was assistant time to maintain' .a traditional re<-
r1 Coach George Stallings while pastor of Precious Blood Preparations are being made for a gigantic parade, the wrd .( achievement In keeping with
Russ Picton will do the
'. passing Church during his two year pe- largest since the record-breaking one staged in honor of the the. highext. .tandard..1 the Navalervice.
( from his quarterback slot behind I > A* in the punt the demotion -
,:" the center. Another back who will riod of inactive duty: Air Station's fifth anniversary on 15 October HH;). At least I to duty, the. initiative, and the I
The Catholic is cooperation ol all hand. will insure
of action Jax- new Chaplain a t
see plenty against -
|112 floats from various depart the auct-fk. of thi. new niitkion."
! Navy Saturday will be Len Aloy, native of Ohio and attended Pre- : and Mary College at William ments are contemplated along j Captain A. I. MaNtront.bration I
paratory Seminary School at : I ___ ..: __
165-pounder who was one of the I burg, Va., and later reported to with marching men the Air Sta
leading ground gainers in the Fort Brunnerdale College in Canton, tion Band, local high school band I will be the cutting of a
Benmng-Parris Island, 12-0 bat- Ohio, From there, he went to St. 1 NAS Noifolk. After serving as a | and drill outfits, veterans organi- huge birthday cake, topped by

.. tie two weeks ago. Joseph's College in Collegeville Catholic Chaplain there, he left zations, and a cavalcade of auto- eight candles by the CommandingOfficer
Coach Jacka will probably have Ind. In 1936, he left there to com i for sea duty aboard an escort car- I j mobiles with naval and civilian Captain A. I. Malstrom,

, the same starting line-up in this plete his religious education at St. I r rier. Following its decommissioning I II i dignitaries. in the presence of departmentheads
" encounter as the one used againstthe Charles Seminary in Carthagena. I Ceremonies marking the occa- and top-ranking officers.It .
in 1916, he went aboarda
Ohio, where he was ordained a April 15 October 1910 that
Comet eleven at the Gator sion are being planned for Hem- was on
Bowl last Saturday. "Tizzy" Tis- priest in 1942.Commissioned. ,I submarine tender and served on ming Park in the heart of down- the Jacksonville Naval Air Station

dale and Chuck Moore will be at In May 1915, the I it until August of that year when ;t:, town Jacksonville. Speaker for the assumed its place in Naval Avia-
the end posts, George Kerstein Chaplain was ordered to William I he was released from active duty. ,|I event Is expected to be Vice Admiral tion. Construction began in 1939
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I ..a LEARNING HOWw i: Chief of Naval Operations for Air, the Duval County Airbase Author
who recently outlined the Navy's ity after local citizens voted to
plan for developing a fleet operating issue $1,100,000 in bonds to purchase -
base here to a joint civic club the necessary acreage in
1 luncheon Admiral Price was Com- addition to old Camp Foster. .

a mandant of the Jacksonville Naval Since the beginning, over $IOt>.-
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Air Station from May, 1942, 000,000 has been spent here In
to March, 1913. In addition, various construction and equipment About
displays will be set up in 11,000 Naval Aviators have been
Hamming Park, store windows trained at NAS Jacksonville &a
will have Navy themes, and Navy well as 10,000 atrcrewmen. It has
a' M \ speakers will be featured on- the been the headquarters of the Naval
programs: of the city's civic organizations Air Operational Training Command -
during the week. At the station, an "Open House" Training,:: Command), the Seventh
uiii b> held so that visitors can Naval District and a huge Naval
observe the Navy at work. Air Technical Training Center. At

On Navy Day Sunday, a special present, a Naval Hospital is located -
worship service will be held at on the reservation as well
All Saints' ,Chapel. The Navy as a huge Overhaul and Repair
Hymn will be sung and the ser- Shop.
Y rati mon will have a Navy Day theme. I .
a Memorial services for Navy and Dedication Of ChildrenSet

Marine I war dead, with a plane For Sunday Service
si altering flowers on the waters
Dedication of children will bea
2S ot th' Atlantic is also planned
S. feature of the 1045 Worship
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Service at All Saints' Chapelthis
Sunday morning it was announced
SS, I I'URS.H: : \* HOURS yesterday by Captain
i On Mondays, Tuesdays Thursdays Francis L. Albert, Senior Chap

_t>..l>.,.-oi.-_:_...'hai. .. .. ,," ?,._. ,,__u.;,'',>',' '.>.<',;:.A: ;,;,ei3a,,tie. ,,,".. ,.. "-rN___ Nursery, and will Fridays be open, the from Station 0730 lain.Parents who have little ones<

FIRE PREVENTION WEEK: : was observed at NAS with demonstrations by the Station Fire to 1800. On Wednesdays, it will : whom they would like to presentfor
Department of the use of various types of fire extinguishers and how the stations fire alarm operate from 0730 to 1400. Saturdays dedication to God and to the
box system operates. Since the time required prevented the Fire Department from conducting demonstrations hours are from 0730 to 0100 Christian way of life were asked
for all hands, only Supply personnel were indoctrinated last week and other activities Sunday morning. On Sundays, the to contact Chaplain Albert at the
will witness similar demonstrations In the future. Here. Maybelle Roycrott tries using a C02 extinguisher Nursery will be open from 1200 to Chapel Office by telephoning ext.
on a gaaoline tire while other Supply employees look on. 2200. 425.:

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h The story has been handed
o down that Alexander the Great -r

,' n once had a /soldier in his army
N whose name was also Alexander. .
P ) This soldier was not a credit to (This WKk'i column J In devoted to the week-end wrrUri .( Fleet Ale .L
$er Ice !Vnumlron 58 at N'ARTt'-I'd: ) fIIX"I'lA'I'IOX
the name. He was cowardly and
: Our shipmate,
dishonest not a good soldier. One M H. Jacob, ADE2, moved his The new retirement for
day he was brought before tie wedding date up to 11 Novemberso serves of the Armed Forces makes

general Alexander the Great. The all the gang can attend. The it more to our advantage than "

general said to him, "Young man, wedding will be at 1000 at the ever to attend drills regularly. I

you must either change your waysor Holy Rosary Church Jacob would Those of us who have completed
your name. I like to send individual invitations I an aggregate of 20 or more Years "

a This young man's disgraceful to all hands, but since he is very of satisfactory service wilt, on
ire life cast a shadow over the name I 60 be
e busy and nervous these days, he reaching age entitled to retired -
Alexander The Great Alexander extends an invitation to be pres- pay. A minimum of 50 points
could not afford to have his name ent to all via this column. must be earned each year whichis
BO disgraced to be credited. Here U how
c This parable could be appliedto HERE ANI GONE FASron" 58 I points are earned: ((1)) One point

the name "Christian." To those welcomes- aboard the following for each day of active service; (2): )

"who are Christian in name only, new men: Fitzpatrick, C. B., I one point for each drill or equivalent
Seek PromotionsAS the words could and should be AOU2, and Jones, R E., AMS2. duty; ((3)) fifteen points for
paraphrased: Fitzpatrick Is a Junior at the University membership in the Naval Reservefor
A RESULT of the cam- .
of Florida College of Law.
"Either change your name or one Each of
4c year. year servicein
paign to have all enlisted I
per- '" Jones is employed at the O&R
change your a reserve component prior to
sonnel always preparing and A. C, Dept. of the Naval Air Station I
I Chaplain Boyer. enactment of this law will be
studying for the next highest n .. ___ Others taken in since the last appearance -
deemed to be
a of
rating and the recent announce- of this column are: Fel- I year
service. To
ment that advancement wouldbe ton, B. A, SR; Llde, T E., SR; total compute the retirement -
pay, of
granted regardless of existing R. B. RMN3 Windham
Marley, ; earned
points during the
; entire
vacancies here, station examinations G. AEMAA E. D.
L. ; Waldtep, : period of service. Since each point
for advancement in AOF2. Less cheerful news is .the
the SUIloa' Chapels, Birmingham is the equivalent to one day's active
rate have been crowded with ,
., fact that the followinghave been
f.u Read anil M ttn AUDueProtf'Ua. service, divide the number of
candidates lately. Here are some .
dropped from the rolls for nonattendance I '
of the who Sunday School Small Chapel. points by 360 to obtain the number .
men sweated out : Smith, J. L., AA;
1045 OneiaJ 1 Worship Sen'Ice. Chap- of years and fractions there
the last for ad-
exams Friday Cannon "W. D. SR T.
; Murphy,
lain KinncU L
of. the
vancement to Pay Grades 3 and I.AlbeI'L. I II I", SR; Peek, G. F., SR; Sale S. I 2'"r Multiply of annual resulting figureby tI
4 at the Main Galley. At left, I 0700--Maw A., AEM1; Williams, H. D., PR3; : active' duty
L. P. Helms, BM3, ponders one 0930-Maas Wyatt W. E, HM3. The squadron I base and longevity pay of thehlght'st
of the questions asked in the Chaplain S. A. Melting will officiate I wants those who attend reg grade, temporary or permanent
at both
held during the entire
examination for BM2. masses.S. :
ularly. Those who do not do so
An outdoor Nursery lor mull children must make room for those who i period of sen' ice.
-- -------- 1200. is maintained between 0900 and STORK n.unAt the time dO'1 I Pile up the points, men! They t.

.. this writing, Lt Comdr. S. will be money in your pocket someday '' .

>A> AL HO-MTAI. CIIAIhtaid : Jones, Executive Officer of FAS- "

HOBBY SHOP HospitalChatter (\rroUtUat\ A.1) Ron 58, was expecting a new recruit -1 I Don't forget the Personnel Inspection

1WO-Divine Worship. Chaplain F. "momentarily". It is said which will be held in
NOTESChief D. Hewitt, Jr. that he hopes for a "WAVE" but j dress blues on Saturday, 13 November -

thinks it probably will be Just an- I at 1300 ..

tience. Yes, and a little skill is other Naval aviator. | Prospective recruits in their 17th

Ricks of ATU No. 9 was Attention, all hands! Report to thrown into the project. too. All THE UNGAIUILKU WORD year who signs up with an Organized
filling the Carpenter Shop with the Red Cross Recreation Hall on this adds up to a dainty plastic The next legularly-scheduled drill Squadron and maintain t'O'(, .; ,

the whine of saw blades and lathe Sunday afternoon at 1400 for Bob cigarette box. period for FASRon 58 will be 13'' attendance record and make the '

wheels this week as he started to Booker's Variety Show from Jack- Have you seen the latest in and 14 November. At this time" two-week annual cruise, may be

rebuild his trailer Rice AD2, sonville. You fellas who have seen "Figure Eight" belts and head quarterly examinations for advancement : exempt from the draft pending
uf ATU No. 4. has Just finished his hilarious shows know what en- band sets? M. J. Lane, V. A. P., and change in rating clarification of directives. ReI ei:;

hi* fourth table lamp made from tertainment is in store for you. has started the rage. will be given. i! cruiters should note that this J.i a .

old bowling pins. He takes the discarded Come on down and let him chase I! very good sales point. J'

pins, gives them a new those blues away. Believe me, he's | SQUADRON NOTESChief P. ..
finish, and after a little work, the good. L. Cannon, AEMC, is to be con* .

remit' is a nice looking lamp Big doings at the hospital Monday ,' pratulated for having brought in

:Miss Mercer a WAVE lieutenant, night at 1930 in the Red Cross five recruits' for FASRon 58. Can-

who knows all about weather records Recreation Hall. Yep, it's none non will be rewarded with an RON

in Aerology, was occupiedwith other than the Southern Bell Tele- MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM trip of his choice anywhere within -
making a record cabinet. girls Bunco an 800-mile radius. He will also
phone sponsoring a '
Modes I : 't'4"kday-1'730 and 2000; ut'k-f"ndU30 and 2(KM).
Now and his receive additional
Tommy Dorsey swing party. Confidentially, they're plen- THURSDAYCREW'S an reward la
pals will have a roof over their ty cute. Besides they're bringing heaven. This is fine recruiting'
DANCE with Bob Astor and his Orchestra. Begins at '.
heads Chief!
Guy Turner AMC, of plenty of prizes and the game, 2030.

PT-1 turned out a very classy"whatnot" Bunco, is exciting.OCCUPATIONAL, FRIDAY FASRon 58 puts FASRon 158 em

shelf. THERAPY CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES' DANCE with Bob Astor and his Orchestra. notice here and now that we are
The model shop was frequented after that this .
Each and every day, C V. Reid, Begins at 2030. year.If
quite often this past week by Cor- have been wonderingwhat
V. A P., steams into the O. T.
poral W. W. Turner of the Marine C. L. Ennis, SR was looking
Shop with battered suitcases, hand "BIG CITY", featuring Margaret O'Brien and Robert Preston
Delathment. Turner is assemblinga MONDAY for all week-end. Just ask him Did
bags, etcs., in tow. He makes
swell-looking Piper Cub air- hinges, straps, and trays, and does "VICIOUS CIRCLE", with Conrad Nagel.TUESIAY 1. you ever find that "Bucket of Prop
plane model W. F. Payne, AND WEDNESDAY; Wash," mate ? :
all of the installing.\ The final
AD3, is well along the way on his touch is added when he takes the "MISS PATLOCK'S MILLIONS", starring John Lund and Wanda We don't want to complain, but "!"
Christmas gifts with an increasIng Hendrix. the next time a squadron member .t
in hand and the
paint pot gives
number of leather hand-bags comes to' a drill with free gum for .
completed y,. L. Edwards, well-placed all hands, we hope it will be the i '
AMC, is putting the finishing Then, my friends, before your very THURSDAY everyday variety and not bubble ', .

touches on his luggage trailer eyes, the battered cues are trans- DESPERADOES OF DODGE CITY", with Allan Lane and E. gum. We hear enough popping off ;
Chief is also formed into new. Ask Mr. Reid Walker. 2000 only.
King building a trailer without the dull thud of bursting
in the metal shop. about !it as he is a past master.W. FRIDAY bubbles. Besides, we don't want ;( ,
H. McKay, AE3, has been a "SEALED VERDICT" I
starring Ray Milland and Florence
The Boy Scouts of the recently Maily. the lads in Engineering getting:
second Job when it comes to pa- 2000 only
formed NAS troop invaded the U the planes all gooey_ i

week.Hobby The Shop Scouts in are full making force their last ON THEIR WAY TO TEXAS ::j

knot are essential boards articles and placards for all which Scout I : : :\ :;t ,; :::"" S. ,

tflJl's. I 1
The Hobby Shop mourns the ;

loss of four instructors who were a

It(t'ntly.transferred.. td ,
Chief Hance iaiaa
1 t4 is it
? MlL
went to Norfolk, while Orange } M SI'P
;,. ,
Camgan, and Noll left for Corpus

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Jax Air News

Editorial\ Ofnrea a

South "'lng, Lower IKk,

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Telephone en'llon-8IS.f.); ;; :. *: :" : : : : '
Arthur M. Greene, Editor -_ .. : *' > > '
The JAX AIR NEWS is published I ;

weeks; at the U. S. Naval Of

Air Station Jacksonville, Florida .- .
and printed commercially with

non-appropriated funds at no expense
4 }
to the government and in

compliance with SecNav Circular

Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December

1945. Copies are distributed free I r

*>f charge at the Naval Air Static I

,i. the Naval Air Reserve Training I I
Unit, the "eadquarters of the
Naval Air Advanced Training
Command Naval Auxiliary Air I .

Station. Cecil Field, and the U. S.

Naval The JAX Hospital.AIR NEWS Is a member of a w 'L 1 1. .

the Shi i*' 1-dltol'lal: I Akclatlon and '
the Aimed Torres Picas Service.! R."- ;
picxIiMllon of material from thecae .- am > v' ..... :
+rifm yg-y y ffPP f Hffllflt.JftlL 4 q.
..ouu.... must Ic?.r n credit line. KepubItcntlun I THE MO\K Ot Tin: Ad'ant' 'O Tra'rung of ocher mutter, rxrtpt bywrvlct" Corpu* i'hrn r.1 began .narn, "=i la-: : week ai Na v \ an. began the tom photo the out the Main, rate last Thursday In the bot- f'' :;:
publication innhlbilffl! with largest draft or men ,vet to be sent to Corpus Chnsti "
task ( i needed maunale from Jai'-onviHe the
> hauling tc T
'ut p*"i mission of Editor JAX AIRfcVVS I I "xasA shown outside the Station Personnel Office .
I "i Sta- ion f n,> ut Hit vanguard of trucks to make the trip are pletion of the final details before as they await com
beginning the flip by plane.

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SUPPLY ROWLING TEAMS have started their annual conflict with Administrative Officer ,Supply T. Williams R. Register and

... three teams from O&R: In the "SUPOR" League. They- play every- Tuesday evening- Frank Reiter- captain kneeling. i Right > Supply No.3: R. Robertson J. Turner, J. I
at the Springfield Bowling Alleys Eight veterans from last year- are included in the
Byron, W. Coby, and P. Garvey. captain, kneeling ('. Reiter, a member of the No. 2
three squads. I Left I Supply No.1. left to right; C. Hawkins, A. Wilson, J. Richard-

;w con, and I. Tate, captain, kneeling; I Middle I Supply No. 2: W. Potts, J. R. Sharpe team, was not available when the photographs were taken.

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!Commelt'cial Bulletin I VPivi ,- _- BREEZIrYlLaeauxoO&R

Bulletin will be accepted until space has been filled, but not f I

Utter than 1000 Tuesday. Kxt. 8230. SALLIES -

FuR sAI.E NAS. I (
Six white uniforms size 12. Suitable w
:Large gas range In good condition. I' for waltiesse, maids, etc. Mr*.
Sherwin, Shop. 3201 OAR or call Cox, 2-6993. I 1I
2-8201. AirwtMtrle' Division by Elizabeth -
Three complete I rooms of furniture
Eight registered black Cocker Spaniel I MachUnderstand-
curtains, dishes, and
I, pup. six: males two females LI. Reasonable. Fallln, 3207B Blair Ave.rugs., Well, here it Is Thursday again, I that Mr. Trlpp Is In other day, I wonder. Here was Mr.
I Comdr. Epperson, ext. 561. I Dewey Paik. Chapman with a flat tire. He was
Three-burner oil In good condition. and another busy week of throat the hospital recuperating from an
: 1942 Ford Jeep with new Willy mo- supervising Jack Wensten and Mr.ZleglE'r .
$.33. Also a two-burner ell tor, new top and curtains, five good cutting ( the only known means- of I operation. Best luck to you, and who were doing the
heater for $15. Mrs. Kuika, Route tire*. Perfect mechanically, will take getting on in the world) is almost hurry back That
4. Box 420. Collins Road. changing. was a dirty job
$565. Also Oldsmobileautomobile Wensten the
finished. By of a helping from Prop Shop,
liaby carriage! In good condition for radio Including: aerial for '42 Olds, way too.
hint to the working wife we suggest reports that the inspector, Mike,
$15; also apartment-size Mashing machine $18.75 and man's bicycle, need
with wringer, like new, luc some repairs, $10. Newsom. 2-0789. that you ask Katherine New- goes in for a well-decorated desk. Planning by Wynona Spnrlwk-

only $20.:! Fisher, ext. 8257. Ice refrigerator, 75 Ib. capacity good ton who helps sew up the seamsof But you know what ? I think he's Mrs. Jennie Bunn, in St. Vincent'sHospital
Luggare trailer' all metal, MontgomeryWard : a* new Call Johnson, 7-8266.: jealous of those roses in that lit- wishes to take this opportunity -
I the brand new frock she sports
single-wheel type Hat can 1939 Chrysler Royal six with overdrive to thank in
'. vas tarpaulin cover. Will take $75. heater and radio. $695. Chief to work every Monday morning. tle vase. Leola why don't you you
Lt. H. B. Weal Box 460-A, Tlmu- Wrzos, 3441A Taylor St., Dewey Maybe it's not such a man's bring some to Jack, too? O&R for everything you have don.
Road. Park. You didn't do It for the verbal
quana world after all. of the From 742 Instrument Shop,
)(.nmore washing machine Healy, Will sell house, or trade for trailer Speaking thanks, we know, but the thanks
there to be lot of
3215A Blair Ave.. Dewey Park. as down payment. Completely furnished female sex t(though, perhaps, theydo a
bbUlClCY, tot chair, car bed, and has Norge electric range, enough speaking for themselves news. Our bowling team is back you receive are sincere. No one
high chair. Will cell\ cheap. Bate- and Is bordeled by good fishing ) there are rumors of"fowl" at the top of the list, so Charlie could be more deserving than our
man 3203A Blair Ave.. Dewey Park cieek. Price reasonable, long termsG. Adams reports. It couldn't stand "Mom" of the Time Section.To .
3r refrigerator with 100 lb. capacity.In Schulz Air Base Trailer Camp play in Receipt Control
excellent condition Call Mrs. third from office, corner house on among the stamp collectors. We the thought of being second for you, Miss Dickson, and I do

. Cox, 89121. left with anchor painted on door. asked Susanne E. which came more than a week. mean you, Dot, I'll neither- admitnor
Two lOll on Often Farms Blvd. and Five-room house with double
two on 101st St., near Tlmuquana Will take $4.500 or 1.000 down gaiage.and I first, the chicken or the egg, but Seems like old times to see all deny anything dt'nlal1n
Road. Also one truck tractor, and balance $40 per month. No finance she said she didn't care as longas these folks around that used! to make it more certain, a confirmation

plow. Z. S, Duke 27970. company Involved. Miller, ext. 626 or they both came from the Post work out here. Irick is back and might be a little white lie,
fetal Ice-box with .5 Ib. capacity, in 4-4oJO.< > House located at 2340 Broadway it but it did come from Texas--Jim-
Office in big sheets with mucilageon says seems just same as
J. Car-
good condition $18. Mrs E. Ave.
ney 4502 livlnglon Ave. 1941 Buick maroon, two-door sedan the other side. when he left. mie!

JBIx-room house In Tlmuquana Manor, ette. All extra featuresincluding Receipt Control is rarely heard Our sympathies and condolences The Time Section has been hard
Just one and one-hall I mile from heater, radio, and Will
compass. to Ted. Seems the man just won'tlearn hit this past week. Jennie Bunn
from in Supply Sallies, but it is
WAS. Excellent floor plan I inlerlorbeautifully take 1295. Mr*. Lyman., 25122.
decorated. New wall-to- Baby tialnlng chair tumble bathln- full of remarkable people. It has that there is a right and and Louise Davis are both in hospitals -

wall velvet broAdloom In living and ette, teeter-babe chair and playpen several incipient inventors, an wrong way to do everything, andif I and Pearl Shaffer was
dining rooms New custom-made vejvellan all for $15. Chief Petrie, 3310A you want to make like Sandow, I called home by the serious llrness
Englishman an accomplished
blinds, scieened porch withcuncrele Glbbs St.. Dewey Park.Mossberg 1
better learn how to lift of her mother. Your
a set of looking you'd coworkerssend
door and awnings, weath spotting scope, 20 power. stenotypist, good
er-stripped doors new linoleum In Will take $20. Chief Tanner, ext. 771. blondes, a ditto set of brunettes, things properly.That their heart-felt sympathy to
kitchen' circulating oil heater with Two end tables, coffee table carpet four excellent cooks and a mas- blue streak out on the Lake you, Pearl. We hope your mother'
two outside tank connected and filled sweeper, charcoal broiler, washing
each week-end is .
City highway improves soon.I
for winter, plenty of shrubs, machine, photo developing outfit, and : ter mind. And it did have the
bees and fruit trees tile bath and other Items. Shell, ext. 479. nicest view of pretty blue sky Larry Wilharn going home. He want to thank all of you who

shower tile dralnboard. hardwood Six-room house Wesconnett. Take with white clouds sailing by until says he just can't wait 'til Friday were so nice to me last wefk. Ill
floor throughout. Sacrifice at $7.. up my G.I. loan. Easy pa'mf'nla.1 the windows in afternoon to get there. Who is be back soon.
AOO. : owner leaving town. One look For Information, call they stippled
r Inside will convince you. Greene, Thrt'e.bedroom house with enclosed' tasteful Morse Code dots and she, Larry ?

4551 Blount Ave.. 29574. porch tile bath and garage.: Can be dashes and colored them a lovelylpoiled.food Notice the bright ties that Dick I
I Penn Yan canvas-covered outboard motor seen at 2746 Bay view Ave. Lt. West Holden has been Bearing lately ? INSIDEPUBLIC
boat and Kvlnrude 9.7 h.p. 4-cyl- 81823. green.There
There, friends, is a man with cour-
Inder put board motor. Motor pelted, FOK KENT I Is a feverish romance go-
boat needs some WOI k. No leason- i WORKSAfter
ing on (not in Receipt Control
able offer refused; must sell\ before Large private room for a young lady, age.Hurray, our Mike Woleshin has
leaving town. Greene. 4551 Blount $7 per week. Coffee and toast for however, as romance is one thingit been made a sort of snapper.Ve I
Ave.. Tlmuquana Manoi. breakfast if desired Murray Hill can not lay claim to) No an absence of several
3!t41 Chrysler Windsor Highlander 4- sector, close to NAS. Miss Barnett, this romance is being conducted wish you luck, pal. You are com weeks because- of malnutrition,
door sedan with lIulddrlveolt'r- 27210. ing up in this old world. It really which Is defined- as starvation for
and afternoons
f drive and spotlight $550 for my Apartment with seml-pil\ate bath:! and mornings on the pays to have an honest face. lack of news, this column is tot
, .quit)". This car I I. financed for 78months i other privileges Including steam! way to and from work, using a Guess I'll close this for and
In perfect condition selling heat Mrs. Blanche or Purvis, at 2- newspaper instead of a fan. R&O now tering back into print this edition.
twcaue I am Iolnlto sea. Jim Hol- I 5584. is attractive run down and have a retread job The items are diversified, ranging
Irnback, Station Post Office, ext. Large! << corner room In front of house certainly a very section done on my own. from fish to football. The fish stories
';'is. with private bath and central heat- and it does have bright blue
W, ''nlC.-tH' washing machine. II. E. Ing. Mr*. Bauett, 81411. come-hither eyes, and blushes Personnel & Administration come first.
Anderson 12.13B Hancock St., NAS Five-room apartment electrically charmingly Curious ? Look by Dot DlcksonWe are very sor- Messrs. Tebbe and Griffin, it
ext. 8355. equipped.u'e modern. Rent to couple ryto hear of the death of Spurlock's is reported, went fishing Saturdayand
:3U.: :<6 Plymouth sedan in good condition children I W. H. Chettser, I through the list of curly-headed,
father. She has to caught 20 trout nice haul.
;/ motor recently ovei hauled. 8-2482. six-foot, Georgia boys. gone : a
Very reasonable. Goodieau. ext.: Nine-room house with two baths. Near ----- --- Oklahoma to attend the funeral. Tom Andreu phoned in to say he
8335. or 1436A: Child St.. NAS. : NAS. hot running water healing1system \ '', busses Mrs. Feagle. 75264. Congratulations, Mildred Smith, I and his brother fished off the jetties
()II.bul nlntf hot water heater with 15.1 I and phone can be Installed. Nice room close to bath In a private The 1 Sunday and caught
gallon tank M. Y. Wllkes, ext. 575.: Mrs. G. W. Crocker 3-1449-J. home. Meals It desired. Mrs. Allen, on your engagement. only I(i so many
New" 11-foot marine plywood Room In private home with kitchen 9-3314. I thing I could find out about this fish they had to get out of the

with built-in Jl.xh well. Also two pl'h 1If'l'el. Arrangement may be Two light housekeeping rooms. $10 man of yours is that he works in boat and push it back to shore
nis jacquets with presses.; Will bollt'l made for other conveniences. Mrs.l II weekly Several' conveniences. Mrs. the Hydraulics Shop. Hear the Tom said all the fish had red and
nil Parker, ext. Emma McCuller 2-4309: after Joiner. 1028 Dancy Street.Room I
"J' :toot'IIC "" with large' Furnished four-room apartment with ,I and board with private bath In wedding bells will be chiming in : green spots on them. To round out
looms. Grand location for schools large front and back porch. Wiredfor situated In Murray December. the fish tales Mr. Woodrum and
stole, bus. and NAS. Kitchen electric stove and has electric fallsulraob'ree for gentleman. Transportation Heard Mr. Quina is practicallya I Cameron went fishing over on the
equipment and healers furnlthed.Lartif hot water, $50 month,
permanent available to NAS. Fleice,
tenants ellfd. bachelor these days with his west coast of Florida-had a successful
shady J. B.
jard. $2.450 Sadler. 82527. '
."' down on $$7.450 and $thOr month Shop 575 OAR. House located south Well furnished sleeping room. Good wife and daughter in Baltimore. 'I trip, too. ,
' "t 4 per cent. Ford. 9-91X11.! : or -6060In of NAS on W Collins Road, two bus service. E. Shepherd 2326 Park I Welcome to Personnel, Gladys Style Trends Ralph Motley reports
the evening, block from highway. St. ,
Washing machine kitchen table and Five-room brick with attached garage Thl f't'.room apartment, furnished. On Hart. that all the gals In Maintenance
eight (chairs maple sofa ted platform electrically wired. Will lent Wesconnett Blvd. Zlnk. 20340. I Guess congratulations are in order have that new look hair
rocker reclining lounge with : for $75: per month. Gladdon. 29785. Furnished four-room house for $.10 per I for Jenkins of the Time Sec-I cut--the short variety. Long skirts
cllo.nan and slip covers, end table Room with private entrance $6 per month. No objection) to one or two ; Uon. A new edition a little boyj and short hair-cuts!
pin-up' lamps maple I week Mrs. Brosky 2-4859 children Must have
or pets. own
' :>( 't.llumd.l"Hollywood. single: bed, Furnished large front room with twin transportation. Adjacent to NAS. See has been added to the family. I arty Announcement: AU of

and two chests of draweis. All for beds and closets. Ideal for two gentlemen M. G. Forsyth at Public Work I Don't forget the dance tomorrow you who like a good seafood din

Sao oi will sell xepaiutely. W. F. Near NAS bus route. Mrs. Electrical Shop. I night out here at Mainside ner <(for< 7Rc: trot on out to Wes
Moss 12Z2B Hancock St.. NAS. Wheeler Moore 7-7130.
:Model "A" Ford and house llt'f. Nice room with twin beds and private WANTKD |r Auditorium. Understand that it's connett and Blanding Road to the

$450 for !lath Zim. NAS Print Shop bath. Meals optional Mr. Volevl. Widow would like couple to share going to be quite a dance. Glam- Hallowe'en Party being sponsored! "'t0

p Node uptight oil burning heater with l. 24931. home. Has electric kitchen central our Boy Warren guarantees a by the Veterans of Foreign Wars!
H fclx-ronm cuparlly. K>5. G. A. 1'ln- Nicely furnished room In Avondale In heat and convenient to NAS. Mrs. I dance to each gal from O&R who
: Starts at 1700 on 50 October If 48.
huUter. Shop 712. OAjR. private home. Hot water and phone. Dor ma n. 23808.
Twelve root plvwn.xl, l boat for $.10. Breakfast optional. Mrs. Smith 2- Baby-sitter would like jobA. Convenient I(I turns up at the dance--and take Personal Mention: Charlie Pete

fall Schvvchel.! t-\t 460. 3386. to Lakeshore. Murray Hill, and it from me, he's a swell dancer. had to go on sick leave---got his
Lots 70x136: well iluiined and convenient Furnished apartment bedroom and NAS. Gladdon. 2-9785. Philosopher Jarrard is busy finger in the of a jointer and
tn NAS Good garden\ noil kitchenette Just recently redecorat\ Ride from vicinity of 16th and Boulevard I, way
/'ner.l;' nom' "s.2io I.. SZV F. Von ed. Mrs. Ogler 43393. or 11th and Pearl to NAS. writing these days. Wonder* what's"How now is minus part of it. This wasa

Jo.lJl''II'111 71w; ". Also' Ii -lennv' Und Two-room apartment, ,nicely furnished. Hours 0801)' to 1630. Call Edith up? home accident L. N. Dickey<<

.=. t k (J., and a set Joidon. 2738 Post St. Brook, ext. 741. or 3-1418-W. ya all" Jones really has returned from a 15-day cruiseon
r .. Room and board, good beds meal Colored maid,
: now working part-time that southern drawL Wonder
the Coral Sea. It
Iwmture. served. family slvle. Mr*. Ciosby, 7- fit NAS wants additional day work. was quite an
... 41 1 In very 4536.Laipe. Kxj.erlcnced Ironer good references.Call where he's from ? experience for Dickey Frank
i :1543Aw' furnished room with east and Jeanette Anderson at ext. 361 Miss' "efficiency rating" Dunbarhas McKinley, who has been at Cecil
I.:", \ ... llal south exposures. Semi-private lath tx'twten 07O and 1530. her nose to the grindstone Field helping to reactivate the
: IJeA, Holly. and gas heater Also want someoneto Jobs as baby slttei any evening. Janet -
.: 7 .w ,,w ,' lbMtslllete wllh erspringr share furnished zoom with young Schtoder. 1021 Barln Sheet NAS. with new ratings. Think you'llever station is now back at Maineide
''''\f. roan who works at NAS. Bucklund. MISCELLANEOUS nee daylight again ? to "reactivate" the work accumulated
: : ,, 'J- ...Ir r ruade 7-5616. I I thought supervisory (hatif'wt're for him. He won't have timeto
... Two-toom apartment tffi one block Will take cure: ot chlldrtn Outing days
tP is6M rte over at 1545, but after seeing talk about Florida's win over
g1YrN1 Home Is
f011.h from Five Point Modem kitchen for a woifclnc rouplr ronvcrilenl I
i 1, 1yph St.. mnvr-nlent to hupping .cvntci and 1. NAS Ilrililrk 8-:'140. what I did in the parking lot th Auburn.

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play for th,' se, mid straight! we,'k finale, the group formed anNAS'
the Jax Na\v' gild
juggiinantrolled "
for Jax-Navy amid cheersof
or anoth i opponent laIC
Saturday night in the Gator Bowlas the throngs, (Below left) 'Tiz

it panned an imprssn'e! 18-o Y zy" Tisdale 1331), Jax-Navy end, .
defeat on the NAS Corpus Christi watches Jerry Walterskirchen
Comets in the first Nasal l An < 55 >. Flier quarterback, snag a
Training;:; Athletic Conference clash touchdown pass thrown by "' lier' .
Qf '48 Entertainment between the bark Andy Anderson in the closing -
halves was provided by Jackson seconds of the first half. Flier
ville'a Lee High School Band and end Chuck Moore (30)) is also seenin

Drum. Majorette, shown during F, w5a: the end zone I Below right)
one of their demonstration of "Hop" Holden ((16)), Jax-Navy ,
precision and formation drilling halfback, reaches for a pass
Performing with the field light thrown by Flier halfback Pat
darkened, the Majorettes led the a O Rourke late in the second periodof

way with a light in each boot while the Comet-Flier clash "Hop"
each member of the band tarried a hung onto the pigskin for a 16-
single light atop his cap. A "CC'T" yard gain and set tHe stage for

for Corpus Christi, Texas with Y ,dr..h. the touchdown play in the photoat
an anchor below it drew "ohs" and v,: b' left
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triumphant Jax-:Naxv boxing Jax-Navy Downs Corpus boasting powerful line

team chalked up a tally of three I the Jax-Navy colored eleven was
wins and a split-dotision\ againstone
scheduled to meet the
the defeat season in with its initial leatherpushersfrom meeting of Christi In 1st. RJATAC Tilt : an independent grid team from

the Southside Athletic Clubof Jacksonville, yesterday on the Mat

Savannah, Georgia, there Wednesday area A game between the two
of last week. I In a bitterly-fought fray in --- --
an earl lead in the race for remainder of the first period with ;( squads was scheduled earlier this
"The two teams
were well which the footballteam's
Ja\-Navv the conference several Flier scoring attempts month but was postponed at the
:matched, said Chief crown.
"Chip" Chip- I
defense took decided
pass a halted by the Comets last minute.
paroni, coach, who accompaniedthe The Fliers kicked off and the
quintet of boxers, "but our turn for the better since Comets took possession on their Ja'- avy Breaks the Ice Looking back on their G-t tie .

boys were in top condition and its game with Fort Bragg own 37 Kraynak and Hickman I With 35 seconds remaining to I with Hastings Vocational School

took the match," I several weeks ago, the fliers carried the ball to their 45 but I be played in the second period, I lip their season opener here last

The first fistic performance of I pinned an 18-0 defeat on the were forced to kick Andy Anderson I Flier halfback Anderson connected week the Tigers were out for
with a 16-yard aerial to a
the evening brought together Jax- brilliant Flier halfback, Jerry I
Christi before
Comets decisive
Corpus victory yesterday. In the
Navy bantamweight Bill Nichols, I took the ball on the first play Walterskirchen in the end zone
who tipped the scales at 114 1,000 fans last Saturday night from the Jax 38 for a fiveyardgain 'I for the first score of the game. As initial game of the season the

pounds, and Larry Alkoves, an- I: at the Gator Bowl It was the and went 25 yards on the the second period opened, a determined -i I NAS squad came up against a
: near impenetrable line, broken
other 114-pounder. representing : first Naval Air Training Ath- next play to the Comet 31 The Comet team made every I
I completely only in the last quarter
the Athletic Club Nichols went all local eleven failed to make a first etfort to score but the powerful
letic Conference tilt of theseason : of play The Tigers themselves hada
I Flier line turned back all
out and won the bout handily, I down on the Comet 23, and the possible
flooring his opponent twice in the for the local blue and ball went over to Coipus. Flier threats The touchdown drive very powerful forward wall,

opening( round and once In the I I gold, and it gave Jacksonville tackle George Keistein recovereda came as the second period neared I holding the Hastings team from

third, to mark up the first victory ----- ------ -- Comet fumble on the 20 and the end. None of the 4,000 spec- II scoring after threatening touch.
downs in the last half of the well.I
for the NAS team fought under the Jax-Navy ban once again the local eleven were tators were conscious of the. timeas
I matched battleteiskirchen .
The second match, with E L, ner for the past two years and held for four plays by a stubborn the Jax-Navy eleven, sparkedby "
Childers, Jax-Navy featherweight. was the holder of a string of titlesin Corpus Christi outfit Play seesawed I the playing of Pat O'Rourke, --
pitted against Sonny Rivers, a amateur boxing circles back and forth during the I "Hop" Holden, and Jerry Wal- paraded down the
gridiron, touchdown bent. A sen
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126-pound Georgian, resulted' in a
I TIGER-HASTINGS TILT I sational pass from O'Rourke to
split decision I
Holden netted 16 yards to the
Warner >\'Iii, ....
Walt Warner Childers' .... ball on the Comet 22 Rourke
punch- carried the ball to the 18, and
ing partner, took the nod for the .
I Anderson followed with his
-: : up
third bout :
in .
a slug-fest against .. :
toss to Walterskirchen as the per.
Carl Christy, a 126-pound South-
iod ended. Tisdale's attempted
side boy The two .. $! II I.S.
free-swinging 4 >"""1- .II conversion missed the cross-bar,
punchers had the spectators on !
I and the Fliers led, 60.
their feet throughout the fight. I ,
In the classiest bout of the evening It was all Jax =Navy in the .

loe Martin, the "fightin' third and fourth periods from the.
kick-off to the end. Anderson took
yeoman of NAS, was matched
against Joe Howell, a Savannah the Comet kick-off on the Flier
welterweight. Staggering his op- 10 and was almost away fbr a
ponent in the first minute of the touchdown when the last tackler
initial round with a powerful right nailed him on the Flier 38. Anderson

cross Martin gave Howell a terrific Bailey, and O'Rourke led the
beating in the two remaining t ro y. r 6, x third period touchdown drive, with
rounds Howell never fully recovered y49r.t O'Rourke running at his best whenhe
from that blow in the first started on the Comet 30 anllral..d

barely managing to last nut the to the 7-yard line before
thud round w", being knocked out of bounds Two

The lone loss suffered by' ;die plays later he scored standing up.
NAS mittmon was in the fifth and rsrrrww1 T-isdale missed his second extra
last battle when June Levy, drawing .8 ,. point try of the day. So it was the
Fliers 12 the Comets I 0.
on his extensive experience in '
the took the decision Midway in the last
ring over WI.$ quarter,
Paul Taft of Jax-Navy. Ben-g a Flier center Dave Barksdale intercepted -
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wcomer to the boxing game, a Comet pass on the

Taft was at a disadvantage y::: .. Tax tl-yaid line to start the local -
against the ring-wise Levy ,... Navy eleven! on another "TD"
To1 t'.'t IVn-iKoU thrust Bama Hutchinson and

Preparations are now underwayfor \ George Kmnear paved the way in
a match with leather-pushers the 6-yard march On the Comet

at Pensacola on 22 October. The ,.t- 27, Kmnear hit end Jack Duncan .
tram will be in full strength for v with a to WWi Comet" 15-, .
j' /
the meeting with Patterson, After onajunaueeessiful' Fasetat. .
O'Neil, Ike Lewis, Greer and Duh- tempt Fl'' qna; tc .
ram wearing the Jax-Navy colors I inson hol..9 : J>pn '.
along with the five who went to. i Wachenftld? n .IH: line 4.

Savannah i, -- I. who stepped' '*. '
The station boxing team suffered 1 t ;THE NAS TIGER COLORED eleven opened i its season early last week when it tied 6-6, with stripes -ffor S .
a serious blow when Mike Hastings Vocational School, traditional rival In the top photo, Tommy White, sensational quarterback Sweat'u'KlckVaji: di o;;the goal ,
Hernandez, a popular local favor- on the Tiger squad in going around the left end with half the Hastings team racing after post andithe.,!localflwert,ahead1\by ><.

ite, was transferred to Corpus I him He picked up 15 yards on the play. Bottom photoBoynton, Hastings' signal-caller! t* tackledby 14 point/ny,h tjl&o lead 4 ,
Christi this week Herrandez Wallace Tiger backfield man, Just after he snagged a pass It was good for a first down I ir until the whistle bl..wPage


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