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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 28, 1948
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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l 6-No. 31 28 October 1948i

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I''' Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command

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l UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
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I ,,.. NAVY DAY 1948 FOUND MEN AT SEA AND IN FOREIGN PORTS Novy Doy Observed By




Jf.J HAS With Open House



.7<. .. oi I Visitors See Special Exhibits

I Barracks, Chow Hall, And 0 & Jl


In addition to the giant Navy Day parade in town, NAS

k put on its best bib and tucker yesterday and played host

o A. to the people of the Jacksonville area. .

I Utilizing the Navy Day celebration to give the publica

glimpse of activities here, the station threw wide its gates

i for "Open House" Wednesday. Keying its program to the
--- giant "Welcome Aboard" banner
j hung over the Main Gate, visitors
SERVICE PERSONNELTO
.. were welcomed to its hangars, It
huge Overhaul and Repair Depart-
PAY INCOME TAX ment, its chow halls, and its barracks -
A program prepared by the
1 JANUARY, 1949The NAS Public Information Office) ,
was distributed to everyone entering -
: law providing for $1500! income I the station as a guide to tin
tax exemption of service> activities and events which hal

pay in the case of commissioned )I been planned for the day.
officers and of all service pay in The most colorful event of the
the case of warrant officers and I gala Navy Day program was tin
enlisted personnel: lapses on 31 De-I huge parade which marched between -
e,ember. 1948. Consequently, beginning overflowing lines of Jaxonj
1 January 1949 all servii eager to get a look at today's
,' compensation t pay, as distinguished -| Navy The Air Station contributeda
$t :r AY from allowances) of of Ii- I major share of the marchers
\'err: and enlisted personnel is subj along with sailors from other Naval -
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Y !!i"i to income tax. The law now activities in the vicinity.A .
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a require that tax be withheld at number of elaborate floats depicting -
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s.ur i eFor the activities! of different
each person' on continuous departments aboard NAS were
a< live duty in excess of 30 days very popular with the crowd.
there will be established a single The remainder of the parade

monthly withholding rate, based headed by open cars bearing distinguished -
A"r upon his exemption status and guests, the Air Station
I monthly base plus longevity pay. Band the Andrew Jackson Band,
The withholding will be made on 'I the Landon High School Band the

;$ 0x i ,y4' the pay record in a manner similar i Lee High School Band, the Fletcher -
to the theckage of an allotment of High School Band, the Lion-

r, pa ettes. the Pepperettes. the Fletcherettes. -
'1'-I exact rates of withholding' and sevA"al I eonnanies of
r// will be published in December sailors
I9'8. however, an individual may From 0930: to 1700 "Open House"was
r.;. estimate his monthly withholding in order, with guided tours
I lauby the following formula: continuous movies, displays of air-
I .:' 1;' x i one month's pay plus longevity craft and technical equipment.
minus $56 for each exemption The aerial portion of the program
Sy including himself started at 1530, with a demonstration -
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Fifth Air Force rescue squadron
t c : The Force's contribution to Navy
Enlisted Personnel Hallow-I Day included jumps by "pararescue -
I I men" and L-5 dropping mercy
e'en Dance at Main.xide Au. '
bombs and demonstrating message -

i i iditoiium pickups a giant B-29 dropping -
tomorrow night.1 I sustenance kits, and a helicopter
I making emergency! evacuation -

i Starts at 20:10.: :*,
j I Certain barracks and mess hall
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I a Memorial Ceremony Highlight Of Navy Week Sunday-
: :' Plans For Children's I '-' ... .
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l Xmas Party Underway


Preparations are alreadyunderway
I D. W. Harrigan, Mis ('. M
for another mam- Shaar. Mrs C. A. Briggs Mrs RM.

oth Children's Station Christ- Humes Airs Jal'ob'I g,
.- mas Party. Mrs. F. W. Priest man, Mrs D D.
Invitations have been mail- I Greene, Lt. Noma 1', Reid, Mrs
J. W. Weaver Mrs. Hobt.V
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ed the children of nine
to Goodreau, and Mrs Danny Priest
orphanages in the Jacksonville PROGRAM Chaplain F. D.
r area, inviting them to join in the Hewitt, Chairman; Mrs F. L Albert -
gaiety with Navy children at the 1 Bandmaster O. L McMillan,
1918 Christmas frolic. : and Phyllis Poole, ChSpiS).
Th'elebrat.ion will get un-
REFRESHMENTSLt.Comdr
der Friday afternoon, 24 December : y e
way
au 5f
G. N. Stroud SC USN.
at 1330 in the Mainside
Chairman Mrs Thomas Lach- a
ti auditorium There will be a Christmas .- ;
I man and Ll. R G. Luckie. ,iHCi,
i music program at the gala USN.
affair with a choice children's $
movie to entertain the youngsterswhile DECORATING: Lt. C. C 14$
awaiting the arrival of gen- West USNR, Chairman; Lt
emus old Saint Nick who was In- Comdr. D. M, Rait CEC, USN ,
vited to visit the station sometimeS and Mr D. A. Woods.TRANSPORTATION. a.

S, tWt'en 1400 and 1500. chin: !
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Gifts will be presented to each
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and every tot present, followed by
refreshments served in the Aram- Station Personnel
aide Galley.

Chaplain Francis Lee Albert haj Invited To Social
been appointed Chairman for the

celebration with Chaplain Arthur The young people of the Riversido -
C Boyer as his assistant 1 Baptist Church extend
Other committees selected fork I a cordial invitation to the Air
individual duties in connection I Station personnel tit the Baptist
with the party are: faith to attend their H il- "
STEERING Mrs. A. I. Mal- lowo'en Social at 19.W: on Saturday I R V
MtlnI.ns: OF VKIOI'S' "t.TEn.organizat: tons throughout Jacksonville\ are shown loading A
stroni, chairman; Mis. F. J. October :30th at 3217 DJI-
NARTU PBY with flowers from Navy Week memorial services An impressive ceremony was heM
Brush Lt Ellen Word, Mrs. A. Vinci Avenue, just off Itoosevelt -
Kettles, Lt. Comdr. A. J. Rubino, Highway and Ortega Blvd under the wing of the Catalina on the NARTU ramp prior to the flying boat's departure, with Chap-
f. ';;" Chaplain J. M. Coyle, and Chaplain Those interested should call Janis Arthur C. Boyer and S. A. Meiring of the Naval Air Station and Rabbi Sidney Lefkowltz. former -
-: A. C. Boyer. Mrs. Stewart at 3-2125 or the Army chaplain, officiating The flower laden plane was piloted to sea by Captain F. W. Priest-
GIFTS Lt. BeUi B. Weat, Church Secretary at 2791 man, Commanding Officer of NARTU. where the blooms were scattered I>" the waves by the threiI

Chairman; Mrs E W. Litch, ).(rlt. ---- -. chaplains: (;JVol



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. Jax Air News INSIDEPUBLIC bTHEgA16t r -'Wj>

F..dltorl' Otfieeie SUPPLY

Suf.h1n Lower Deck WORKSAROUND -

We quote THE the following DIVISIONS paragraph : I AROUND-O & R- 1r" '

which was sent In from the
Fire Department: "In the last f .
Aceesawrlca Division" by Jerry I ness' of Emily Harden'a sister *
Public Works column of this pa- '
Net tie Since reporter is she will be well This is V
*- your hope .soon
: per It was noted that the Station I
tion ill and unable to fill this column, about it until next week. I j
: Fire Department hadn't contribut-
tit I will try to take her place. Hopeto Engineering& by Llhbja nO'fftf'What '\.
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j ed any news. I have noticed in this
I see her back soon. kind of a bull fight:: did
and I column that most of the news
PROP SHOP: Since Mike is you get into, JOHNSON ? That "
1s about men going fishing, hunt-
; being called "Inspector Mike" he far we mean Engineering Dee |
ing, etc. The truth of the matter
at has been strutting around with his partment was well represented at
Air to three fire stations are so far fetched -
chest out. Rumors out are that the Civilian Dance by Proxy. None
that it would be insulting the
:: r r I he was trying to buy a badge in attended from this department.What .
intelligence of the entire station
AVr Woolworth's but luck. Willsomeone folks? My fi
no goes, rough Job .
to put It in writing .
"' please bring in the required was selling tickets, and the chief >
''. I "When men start catching salmon amount of box tops or a complaints were: "Who Is going to
the in the St. Johns River and Superman's cape would serve the take care of my kids?" Suggest a

the' I spotting deer in the magazine areaThat's purpose' j Just as well.Jack nursery at the next dance ,, A...
a i, all brother! If you don'tbelieve Wenston wants to thank TINY SYMASEK bought a, s" '"
they tell these stories, Just Lola Trent for the bouquet of house in Venetia last month, and A i
(' ",\ i 1 drop by Station 2 and ask for roses. Since he was accused of most of her time now Is spent in !

out': ,Capt. Anders, Hicks, or at Station Jealousy when she brought Mikea furnishing same Chief E. L. (
''I 1, C. G. Edwards or C. L. bunch Guess she! wanted to WHITE was transferred! to Engineering \,
McCormick. "Believe It or Not" make amends. He enjoyed them from Engine Overhaul. .:=:,. '
I One man insists l that he caught a much and also his landlady, but We know he will like it with us .
red snapper in Lake Lock: loos a-- yes! He said landlady.HYDRAULIC Welcome also to Mary Ellen
: His wife believed it which provesshe SHOP--The hy- HAZZARD who was transferred toTracy's
is also GREEN!" We thank Mad House from
draulic shop seems to be exceptionally I Supply.
you for the contribution and hope quiet this week as newsis She has been with the Navy Department -
; for more.Lt .
for two HERB
very scarce. Can it be that Mr. years
Comdr Rait gave a speechat Ziegler is keeping his people" so I HALL came back from his vacation -
1! the Woman's Club If we let Chief SCHAS-
} on Navy busy that they are out of mischief -
\V> Day. And of course, the Navy I' most of the time ? They I SAR take over this colunryt just
Day parade wouldn't have been Welcomed several new arrivals and one time--hl"l1 really fix us all up
.. i complete without our own "Commandant" I hope they like It in the shop with a lengthy !spicy' column. How
I ) I Griffis. Comdr. Johnson about it ?
l I INSTRUMENT: Frank Delrose!' I
is still playing the role of housewife riHintlng by Wjnona Spiirlook
our beloved Inspector is going I
I and mother while the Mrs back home Wisconsin to stay. There are many thoughts, feelings -
Is out of town. Monday morning I', and words behind the
Or, We are sure going to miss you, one
t he looked whipped. word, "Thanks" that' I can to
lf' Frank. bin Archie Voss Is back I say
I Louise Bragg in Transportation with us. All his old friends are all you folks for the kindness and
welcomed) a visit from her brother I glad to see his smiling' face. Also!' I thoughtfulness you extended me
Winifred last week. Winifred is our old "Mighty Mite" Muscles in the bereavement of my father
this I j in the Army and this was his first McGuiere driving a Cadillac witha I I wish to take this opportunity to
visit to Jacksonville and his last built-in bar extend my thanks along with those

was' I for a few months as he left Thursday C P. Carr has climbed a stepor of my family.

night for a trip in the Pa'cific. so on the ladder to success.! I What's this we hear about >ou,
/ Boss on night shift. We miss you, ; Leo ? Leo Duncan that -along
of I Miss Wewer transferred to night shift people.' We lost our about February. Didn't you )know
five Maintenance from Design this friends from the Green Camera we'd find out. CongTatul tlons.

i week which! makes Merry A cuff I Dept They are not in the Ordnance Dot, many people In the OAR
and I (' 1 go back to help the boys in Material Shop.A have asked me what happened to

I and Job Order Units. Seems I certain Smith, who is In the your column, this past week
was I, Merry is making a tour of the shop kinda messed up the looksof Should I believe my eyes ?

I a i Department these days. Never his Chevy. We were paid a visit by Chief .
lent know where she will light next. Amelia Hall is shifted from the Hintz this week. Seems good to

!'! Mr. Tovey and Joe Walpole attended Gyro Shi>p to Graphic Arts so often see familiar smiling faces. Visit
a conference at the University until the Timekeepers can't us more often, Chief.
ning I of Florida last week and keep up with her. She's hoping to The Time Section lost
of its
one
have a regular place to work soon.
Saturday on Survey. hands last wef'k'illiam Jenkins
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:\ I If ;you hear some awful growls
Gabby King, Snapper Upholsterer and we sure hated to we him
lize I from the! Gyro room don't get excited. -
has put in a. transfer to Cali- go, but when "Uncle Sam" calls
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We're trying to work on
or fornia, guess he thinks the field is { you, you answer. Good luck, fella,
different
some Instruments and i
:' greener out there. in your new job.
'' believe me and all the rest we ]
in I I, From all the talk on Monday miss the /good old Gyro Days Get I We now have a Drinkwater and
Our rMw..r'S morning, the fish were really in fora ready for a roaring party around Broadwater in the O&R; all we
been lot of trouble over the week-end. 13 November at Simpson's Place. need now is Rainwater and the set

( Several parties were made up to Don't miss it, lots of fun is in will be complete.
travel North East, South and storefor you. .
won
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i l. ht> West. Somebody apparently told Our bowling team is doing a
ages Bo Rountree where they were bit- swell Job keeping the pins flying. I Navy Is Studying -
ing became he immediately hand- Now
the I that Simpson has joined the I
ages I ed in a leave slip for Tuesday. team it's in the bag. Have you New Methods For
I Wonder what fish tale he came noticed Waterman's has a new rider

the home with. Huh? several afternoons lately. Female I Streamlining Chow
it Sorry to report that Al Park too. From what I hear he'?'
with (Time Section) was called to planning on buying a wolf whistlefor i SEA I How now,' brownedcow
Washington, D, C., last week due his station wagon. What next ? I' ? Gone will be the minute
l to the illness of his mother. We're sorry to' hear about the jll- steak. Gone will be the three
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ca minute boiled eggs. The Navy is
the experimenting with a system!
? iJ + ? whereby foods can be cooked ina
II. matter" of seconds.

won Using radar in the form of mag-
will. natron tubes, food can be cooked
been thoroughly inside and cut in a

> fraction quired. of the time normally re


Technically, the process works
like this: Innumerable waves of

est energy, known as micro-waves, are
of : given out by the tubes and penetrate
in I J << : the food in a matter of sec .
i : onds. A violent vibration is caused
when the micro-waves come in
I contact with the food molecules.
'' This vibration causes immediate
heat which cooks the food.

Further studies are being made
with premixed foods such as cake,
4rh I biscuits, muffins, and bread, and
0 a I precooked frozen meals. These experiments -
have proved satisfactory -

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pital of the station were opened for inspection -
!! in the afternoon, and
:aA a throngs sifted In and out to see
Hall how the blu('Jackets lived and ate.
from All through the day, while eventson
&"' the planned program were taking "
ing i :" place, many people were carrying '
ie -< out their own programs. "I.
a A ROYAL 8F.\fOrrS l"i'ln'hi") Marguerite Ostcvrman Sailors walked around with their
a and Al Quaplmno bnth from the hroduI'n t (put' ml! Office Division wives, relatives, and friends, showing
: of O&R, who arr shown( above /<<' they \%.Mf, ptrsfiiiid with wedding off the station and explaining
: > 'rnts from thnr ft'How the functions of the
uled : pr vvoiketfi in the division Miss Os- I various departments -
see, I terman, whom!'> I'f''rf.tary for Production Control Officer. Lt. <'Jg| and organizations
() Jones, and Quaghano: were presented with the gifts prior to their I At 1400 Sunday, a Flower Memorial -
flare )having' the station for New York where thr wedding ceremonywill Ceremony was conductedon

tr! I ; take place In the picture, AI it holding a two-pound bag of the NARTU apron and at 1415
Ward toffee: presented as a surprise gift, while Lt. Jones has just given t the plane took off to scatter the
r,('rTI ) two packages containing; a pop-up toaster and a coffte-maker. to flowers on the sea. The ceremonyas

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Movie: Weekday*-1730 and ZOOO; FROM from

THERE ,

WAGONS WESTWARD", with
FRIDAY -r NIlRTU
goldbrick
HALLOWE'EN DANCE with the
3030. All hands invited Rainbow Girls accidental
Thli 1t' eolnmii In dn.tl'4i I.1'1'Ml)54 1- ---
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SATUPDAY AND the. multi-engine patrolquadra 1I I Anyone who is interested in a
*A SONG IS BORN", starring from St. .( week-end carriers at trip to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, on
MONDAY N A BT l'-Ed.) I 23 October should get his chit in

"SMART GIRLS DON'T TALK", dress to a ATTACK AT SEA-Hold on to early. Lt. B J. Saymon and Lt.

Bruce Bennett I your hats, hearties, while your (jg) W. H. Snelling are flying

TUESDAY AND fire I roving reporter rambles along on down in a PBY and there shouldbe
a
"GREEN GRASS OF WYOMING", the "attack" which our squadronlast room for a few passengers toaccbm'pa

Charles!! Coburn. and all. week-end perpetrated on our ny them.

STUDENT OFFICERS surface reserve brethren who man On the Jacksonville sporting

FRIDAY that's It. the USS McClelland. It was a front, the squadron can report

$', "VARIETY TIME", with Edgar hair?" joint sea-air operation which proved both triumph and disaster in regard -

only, squirt it most beneficial to both air to representative members

-- all my and surface Naval Reservists and, Coach Walter Welch's cross-coun

while we're handing out credits, try team at Robert E. Lee High

Cmmercical let's add a word for the two divisions School overwhelmed. Fletcher High

'l. : She: "I of Marine Reserve Cor at Cawthon Field, 68.15: for a perfect

e. Bulletin will be accepted until I ty, do you sairs from VMF-144 which also score. Not quite so happy

later than 1000 Tneiwlay. } xt. 8230 participated in the aeiial attack. 'about recent happenings in the
a I : haven't I To start at the beginning, the athletic world is Lt. Comdr. Harry
FOR SALE I you
t er Reserve DE got underway from Nearing (the one with the shiny
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Two bedroom suites. Also a divan two : ; r :!
Ashcrnft chairs, Sunbeam. Shavemaster a : I' its Southside home on Saturday oak leaves) who is assistant foot-
and an Kasy Splndrjei R.V.. I r afternoon and moved down the St. ball coach at Andrew Jackson

.J Boys 1214A Hancock St.. NAS Baby : I now" pro- I Johns out into the open sea. An High In four starts this season,
Three-hedioom frame house with front wife.
and hack screened IIOl'chf'lI.'m \\ Now where interesting note is that she was Jackson has yet to taste the fruits -

take 39.(XX) rush, or $1.9SO down and : manned by an "all officer" crew of victory. If they don't soon, Har-
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real At $l8.XVpei month. Mis. Lan- allotment even Including the black gang. ry is afraid that he's going to
tls :5134 Astral Ave.
Modern, two-bedioom house' with all Aboard to represent VP<(< ML)56) have to start selling fruit on a

futnlshlnics Includingenetlan work In your and acting as its!! commanding street corner. ,
blind\ and water softener 0110L Lt. Gould Sadler. His
officer was 'SAY HELLO-Ens.!! R. L. Carter
jMixatO( feet Can be KHA financed \\' '
small down payment Located 3'4 i last words, uttered solemnly at has joined the squadron as assistant -
mile from NAS. ('rllln, 3318: Sen- pei :you saving noonday chow prior to departingfor personnel officer. Two more

: .; .'., hoard Ave.Thtcebedroom, .' '" \?" the ship, were, "T tis is prob- pilots have also joined the squadron
frame bungalow at 1935 : get that ably the last meal I'll try to eat
in Organized Reserve stat
an
2822 Cherokee" Ave. In Ortega Hal tli' "
", two baths and Is partly furnishedt before we get ashore again. : us. They are Lt. (<< jg W. H Snell-
.: In<<'ludlnjtenE'LIlin blinds space heat (Note: Who says that DE's ride ing, who flies commercially)] for
... tcr. attic fan continuous hot water 117.Copy night: "Hon than PBY's ?)
more smoothly
and Lt.
lank and some furniture. On double medal is National Airlines, <( : lot 100x150 feet. Can be bought for 2JO: The air portion of the "attack" L. Orealr, a former squadron member -
S7fK>0. Will take .1.UiO: down and didn't get underway until 1000 on who has returned here from

'' rent on monthly payments One-hall ,:: Sunday morning when the pilots California to work with the Econ
f>I house can serve as Income source "'/ I
_, extra lot he sold 01 built upon : gave" and crewmen of VPML)56'<(< ): manned omy Electric Company.
Phone Mis. Bennett 5-0006 between \ her out ? their PBY's and PV's and .
Itttt and 1!X>II). I buried
headed for off St.
:3J>15-'<7 hits -Davidson motorcycle, }' a point Augus-
DC Luxe model. Can be seen or :: tine. already prearranged as the ,
1 bought bv: contacting Baker, Shop I locale for the "attack." ThejTwei I
3ZW, Hangar 121 01 cHllIng 9-1X56 standard
joined by the Marine Corsairsand TORT1RTc
After laiO.: \ \ fly non
TWO and one-half bedroom house on : it moves', sa with little further ado the
".I. and three of it Well, tellnws\ ,, u." you I .I.W. this l
two quarters acres dry Lai ; move, pick fireworks started. The attacking
land Has electric kitchen 200 foot lion."I column will be a new addition to
. } ; it up, paint aircraft blasted at a towed target
I"- well and completely fenced, Inel'y 4 the paper, and we hope to be able
I.: grad condition Six miles from NAS with both bombs and rockets and,
t on Cecil Kleld Road My equity $1- ( after the sound and fury had died, to keep up on all the happE'nIngs -

': :, 700, balance on mortgage $5.000"at $ the pretty returning pilots indicated that a in the Marine Barracks and
: month Env \\ nlt', ext. 2.))8.
,'\ $55 pei MI" : a kiss" high percentage of direct hits let :you know about them. The
Three looms of furniture, air months
:*' old i Including I cur tains and miscellaneous I II I get my face had been scored. After final interrogation I MB is a small outfit in comparisonto
I Items' All for $233. Call ?" of all pilots, squadron the rest of the base, but we do
d Chaunc>' at ext. :11>6. ing Intelligence officers have a lot of excitement.
l'f'nn'lIn outboard boat and 0.7 hp. pronounced -
Kvlmude light four motor Boat on ; li : i filling out the joint operation highly suc Some of the fellows in the Brig

reeds I lepulis I motor In perfect : : : accident. cessful. platoon are having: a lot of trouble -
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shape*>unt, Sias A\e: ,takes Phone both.29571.Greene 4351Dl In ::> the question, CAPITAL HIGHLIGHT He with their love lives, such as a

Three-bedioom house In Tlmuquana ," he can- just can't be held down our certain Marine Sgt. and a fdlI -
Manor In excellent condition Sacrifice : Hen" commanding officer, Lt. Comdr. I low buddy by the name of Brown.

closets for, hardwood$7300 Large floors: rooms throughout.\ large .. "Chuck" Rogers, that is. He tooka ,i Don't take It so hard, fellows. It

,t Screened porch with concrete floor Iso : hung him- cross country navigation hop to all counts on twenty.

# and awning, Kleclilc: hot water !- Washington, D. C., and while in One thing that we are proud ct

!. heater with" and two Nor connected c clu-ulatlni outside tanks heater }'I< : you cut him the nation's capital was able to and that is Pat O'Rourke He Is

i full of oil. Full' tiled bath : tile drain I .\ .:.: : : see his old alma mater, Kansas holding up the Marines on the
hoard In kitchen. New wall-to-wall L I : wasn't dead University, play the Georgetown football team along with Wilbm-
broadloom In living and room,
,', cost $WO New Inlald'llnolcum dining In kit act I Hoyas. But our busy CO didn't Sweat. There is one perxm that

chen. Intel'lor beautifully decoialed.New stop there. No, sir, he was inter I we don't know too much 'about
custom.madef'nt'tlaR blinds salesman: "I viewed via the air waves betweenthe and that is "Joe."
t with tape to match paint. Weather- : with a halves of the and the
stripped doors; life-time roof. High, $ here." game I If you fellows ever get a )letterin
dI.t; well landscaped Easy terms, Naval Air Reserve certainly came Chinese, just take it to Tech,
only 142 83 a month, best value In B I do for in for some very fine radio plugs. Sgt. Rosenthal and he can fix you
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Jacksonville.' You can't afford to little author- Not only that, but one of the most
:t miss' thin on". Greene, 4551 Blount up. but if It is Russian ,go see"Dick"
pleasant notes was the fact that
.' Ave., phone 2-9974. Wiederhold. Rosenthal recently -
Four-room oil heaterIn his folks out west in Kansas
.r" size circulating : : way
ing I received a letter from Chi
t perfect condition. Will take $22. I my seat' sev- could hear him, too. His copiloton
where of his friends jut
Richardson.' 82098.: na one
'! the trip, Lt. (jg Ragsdale, reports -
" ,, Five months old puppy perfect pet for paid his month's rent. It was J1,-
children. Will glue to an'oneho a man get that scuttlebutt has it that I '
Chinese Dollars). Nowlet's
1";,; : will provide a good home Greene, there will be another promotionlist 500,000 (
29574Motorola. hear some complaints birck
, na ; : : : out for reserve officers in De-
/ car radio) complete with antenna ': here on the high cost of living.
? In good, condition. Bridges or cember. That's something for
, McKinley ext. 286. : became of those who barely missed promo- This week there isn't much
Cofa-bed, slip cover and end taffies ; tion when permanent ranks were news from the MB, but fellows,

X-'iO lamp; lounge$.10; ; chair desk., ottoman chair and, table mirror and, l it long ago assigned to keep an eye out for. if you hear any, give it to Cpl.

$25. kitchen table, four chairs, dishes Clt 1 BATTING AROUND-If ofyou I Bert Hunter wh owill be your representative ..
and Ironing board, $JO! : and a 6 any for the Air News
bedroom suite for $45. Fallen, 3207U: A1< :: lads have noticed a harried It
Blair Ave. Dewey Pai k. T led .: look on the face of our good Everybody get out and boost
yew seven-foot Cmsley Shelvador and son into a.':1 friend and shipmate, C. J. Barley, the Touch Football team *o the
Western t>''Jltf foui-buiner gas stole, : : here bo"s' I
MB can take the Intramural title -
during the week-end, it was because -
Jackets, Two
sold separately ; boys' sport said to the
size 10 and 12 In excellent condition, ed. the stork had entered the this yea .
rheap. Cuh Scout unlit, same size as "What landing circle around his house Guess I had better "deep Bix"
Jackets, cap size 6S; ;; kerchief, long : I and was prepared for a landing.Don't .
sox and a new chill's scooter. Also I ; sir," replied this for this week. See you next
have a black Chesterfield coat, size in !' of be too surprised if Barleyis Thursday.
]2; skirts, dies es.!' suitable In length geogra-" I already poppa by the time this ,
=E for high school girl all sold very I reaches print. '
It reasonably Mis. Gray Take Tlmu- the
--, '- quana Road to Ortega Farms Road Ito with trigger- I Those extra simoleons in that Plans
left at lioth St., second house on dm* the worst I old quarterly paycheck are for

left-hand, studio side couch of roadDa'Md rug! platform longevity, Mac. That ought to (Continued from Page 1)Bos'n

rocker coffee table, two end tables them.. : make you plenty glad that you S. J. Woods, Chairman.A .
and an extra chair. Lehmann, 5106B on will l l great West signed up early. Another bit of general meeting of all (committee .
Barr St.. Dewey Park any day" good dews is that legislation may members will be held in the
Several pairs of tailor-made blues, also
some undress blues, for further Information :" .1\\ .". run for ?" be passed authorizingflight pay small Chapel at 1330,( Friday, 29
"
call Smith, ext. 8334. don. for enlisted Organized Reservists.Aife October
5' 3999 Chrysler 4-door sedan .. .
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In A-l shape. Must alb Engine/ recently -- : :
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'r, overhauled radio and heater STALEMATE > Ky Ed Hushes, U3;I Substitote1 .
". .' See at 3441A Taylor St.. IVwry
Park. \5'rza.
'
4''ep" e
All-aluminum house trailer 22 feet '"t.SlfV.1
long will take $1600. Miss C. C. .S2
Wallace, Naval Trailer Park Yukon, atl
}'Ia. ,
Tbudloom house with electric
S kitchen Norge heater, venetian M .; n
Minds, close to stoiM, school and
Cecil Field bus. $1600 down and balsnce -
f of $:iOOO at $37 cr month.
Junes O'Bilen, 5214 Trnn.ylvHnU
Ave, Wenconnett. t1,1t a.O .
Suit of CPO tailor-made itiecns. mat
size: 42 trousers .tot. Contact Chief
Bush of Hangar 116. VF2 Metal Shop
do.
or H14H Child St., NAS.
Eight-foot refrigerator $75; kf'HoNne
hot wiitt healer, :% gallon tank, $10. + w
Warier, 2-1133. Q a t
Stroller tiniiby horse, 3S:! mm .::n't.' Nr
man rooms and run \mt: Mine 16 V 4a rrrrJ
cop, 5.15,1".' l I ll.r .nn A rI.U bat- -






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Page Four SPORTS JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 28 October 1948

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') Station Touch Football !
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i Gets Underway As i

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D 't i I Marines Meet 0 & R I M ; .


Physical Training and Re<'rea. i

!.Ion Officials: announced this week !
that the intramural touch foot-
ic i ', ball league would get underway I .

: today on the mat area playing ; .

:i : field at 1600 when the Marine"Bluelays" r 1L

i .... meet a strong team
: from O&H

f For the past two weeks, PhysIcal i .

Training personnel have been
I
I AOJwNau.. n+h3J going through a touch football C N jvts
officiating class and will act as I I

i ; wt officials in all touch football i

.lashes here at NAS.

) a At present the only teams

which have definitely entered the '

I 'league are O&R, Hospital Marine

Blue. .lays. Marine .'Redbuds,"

and an independent team comprised I
of other enlisted personnel ; Jafft. .e )

stationed here. who turned out for

: practice Eai'h team will consist of not ':e .

more than seven players with a I
!ilUt'tlc'lent number of substitutes

and the grid battles will be fought

under touch football rules which

ha' .. been set up by Naval Athleti -

Training Officials.
4Md1s {" 7AYM'iDA10wx. ,
Al) games will be scheduled on -
UN.-H1STIN', FI.IKK FlILBAfK, George Kmnear a leading -
'h' mat area gridiron and are ex
a a i ia .
ground gainer in Coach Don Jatkas local backfield <'01 ps this
pet1'd to begin at 1600. Station'
4y season was one of the' Spill kplugll in the Jo tier's 7-0 triumph over
pt'I'ilonn.1! I are invited to witnessthe
r v r : I the undefeated Parns Island Marines in South Carolina recently I
a games'! free of charge androot
e a y* tor their choite Kinnear has been sharing plunglg bal'k dutie swith "Bull" Bailey

_.. ,_. ------,.., '-- ---.........,-"'...-" t I this seaso, and he 'is slated to see plenty of action against Fort
Benrug in the big benefit/ lash' in the Gator Bowl on 11: November
IN Tilt: ArHMIIMC: "II Kt: v<.u ,an see 'ha1< the WAVES bas- Ret national Swimming
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ketball t t"Hm" i* III rtn..hap.., A,'tlOg. nan" SK PP'r i Mosei has Now At Big Indoor I'ool

I been working v 'th I the Mil on m-sriav and 'Vhuisdav, emng and 'I' All out.:loor swimming pools at FLIERS '48 GRID STATISTICS

she expttts to hay"' a nor! :III'IHd' 1 again this .\ ,'at The girls in the MAS were secured for the Winter ,

picture are l left to light Barbara Eatp, Winnie' J"nis Midge Bryant season recently Recreational

Margaret Peterson and Boot Hardin.LeatherPushers. I swimming for personnel and dependents : WIDE MARGIN OVER OPPOSITION

,----- -- -- -.' is now being held in the
large indoor pool. Bldg 611 on
.
lat
: Navy
Opposition
the corner of Gillis Street and Enterprise -
Bow Avenue 7 FORT BRAGG 12

The indoor pool, scene of many 34 EGLIN FIELD t 0

i Navy swim meets, is open for 18 CORPUS CHRISTI COMETS D

pleasure swimming between 1300' 7 PARRIS ISLAND MARINES 0

From Local and 2100 Mondays through Fridays W- "12 -
.
Sportlightl On Saturday' it is open from --

; 1000 to 2100 and on Sundays. from 44 First Downs 24

1200 to 2100 I 715 Yards Gamed From Scrll11l1\llg. 396
With the tea ns1 ft>, of all but 57 Yards Lost From Scrimmage 133
man, a welter "v'eight,; and Pat I
two members of the 18 Jax- Patterson, colored, outstanding Ned Irish. who promotes basketball 683 Net Yards Gamed From Scrimmage 263

Navy boxing team to Corpus middleweight, are now the two i at Madison Square Garden 224 Yards Gained Forward Passing 13J9H
was once a sports writer. Total Yards Gaine 415
'
to
Christi, recently, Chief "Chip"Chipparoni remaining It'atht'l'.slillgers car- .
TEd 51 Passes Attempted 40
local i ry the colors for N AS.
boxing 1 Delhanty once won the :National 2r) Passes Complete 12
coach is faced with possible:' Through/ the past years Station League batting title in 1899 22 Passes Incomplete 3>)
have held than
ring-men more
temporary abandonment unless with a big 408 and later won the'I 9 PaVses: Intercepted I>
:heir own in ring' bouts throughout
the empty shoes tan be filled soon. American League batting championship 10 Touchdowns 2
Honda and other
against servueteams
Joe Martin the fightin yeo- in 1902 with T6 H ( 'iint'r rsions i)
Now, for the first time since ..
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the station was commissioned,
:VAS Jacksonville is left without a TIGERS ARE TRIPPED BY HASTINGS

sufficient number of men to maIn- ,

:: :fONl tain The an beginning organized of boxing the '18 team season 13.7, IN RETURN GAME FRIDAY I!

CIII.L t .1M 11,1\li ----- ---- -
saw eleven punchers on the canvas ny
I working out for the station I The NAS colored football he waft knocked out of bounds by sion of the ball only once in the
>\'HK::V ON I.110:Ii M' !MHIK II Tilt: team. Included in the rank of first part of the second half, EarlyIn
squad dropped its second : Cheatham and Ford, Jax lineman,
SALVATION; ARMY I the' third quarter, after Hastings -
SERVICE :\IE-'S: CLUB J boxers beside Martin and Patterson game in four starts last Friday : Slowly picking up yardage, the had taken< over the ball on
were Bill Nichols, bantamweight j Hastings team shoved the ball
Gilt( t1F..r. \I\M> M. when downs, fumble reioerejby
night it tangled a was
Phone 4.2101JACKSONVILLE : Walt Warner and E L.I I across the line after tallying up I

: FLA. I Childem. featherweights; Paul with the Hastings Vocational three first downs in their march Tiger" halfback Johnny Epps.

TaCt and Mike Hernandez, gndders on the latter's, rough toward the end zone. An attempted With the powerful legs ot: Royal
Ill'K..n.ocru.uu: ::8'1'11 I Hill\ Epps and Tommy White, rar
I9M: Mlnidtuic golf 2130 weights; along with O Neil and: poorly lighted gridiron, The: I extra' point by passing was
Transportation: provided. is, Green and Durham, welter-I' Hastings squad won out over knocked down by Best Tiger rying the ball in succession the
In the club Reioid. local boys moved to the Hastings
with Junior
--- making -
members of theIS squad halfback The Tigers had the ball
Hostess aitslstlniiJKIIUV. the local lads with a 13-7 score, :20 as the quarter ended.Tigers ,
0("IOHHK: 2 If"11 Martin, Warner, Childeis defeating the Tigers' for the sec- on the Hastings 40-yard line and I
13*)-Finding Ii ip acmes l 1')1'i Trout ols and Taft carried the spanglesfor on time in three seasons of pig- were steadily steam-rolling down ScrireConilng
River Pier. Transportation and gem I NAS in the first team bout skmnery The first Tiger game the neld when the quarter ended. back with tricky strategy -
furnished, )830--Horseback ilding and '
C.T. Havbuinen membership open, |i of the season against the South- of the '48 season was againstthe Hastings scored again in the smart line-busting by
Ford Cheatham Greene and Wallace
S.\l'l'KU.\, 10IUK Seth: side Athletic Club at Savannah Vocational huskies. which ended second quarter with another -
ltc)> Pl itkin 1 xu"\ > Ga, last month. Jax-Navy:' took in a 6-6 tieOnce march down field The Tig. line, center on the Tiger squad,
: dr""
: ; the VAS eleven cored their'
: only
and latent tadlo Ifot
scores
the bout with three wins a split- more the Tigers, although weakened' by the transfer of two
dogs and cotfee--nu chuig I I touchdown of the game in the
X1'1.1111: I I IJix decision and one defeat small in number, gave a good account fast holding mainstays to Corpus touTth
quarter on a line-splitting
)) Hullowe en celebiatlon! ,1300Tianspoitadon ( The Jax-Navy boxers were slat- of themselves against the< Christ i last week, seemed unableto
I run by Epps Johnson, shortest
leave club at MOOand
ed for a match against Pensa- larger Hastings eleven which hold the forward running Hastings -
:MM fur Arneikan legion Hall | man on the Tiger squad, who 'Ii'-
cola last week but the' boasted several former wall. Time seemed to be
on Liberty Street wheie fun feit will sluggers college ties a talented toe, notched l the
bop held In the club Make yourself h- running the Tiger eleven
meeting had to canceled.. I stars I against extra point with a perfect bot.,
at home I whistle blew with the ball .
:oi l'lIo 1)0('roiui: < ai sr I Coach Chipparoni stated that Hindus; Draus 1'lrst nl..ht 1 a* the I Following the score: Johnson
1is' )) to 1:* )-Pancake bi_akf..l. there wouldn't be much action in I The first tally in the game wtUSl'OI..d again in Tiger possession Odd 'kicked off for the Tigers the

140i sightseeing) to 1600) -Hometown hour sni17i the square circle here at NAS for with Hastings rushing the though it may appear, the Jax I kick was taken by Loins, Hastings

)) to 1730-1'esper time the remainder of the '18 season ball down th" playing field Taking lads had the pigskin" and were i halfback who carried it to his

tai)) to 1900' -Hallo we en 'supper: unless he can find more ring-wise I the kkk on the 2tl.yal'd 1 line pointing for a "TD each time a own ir!)-yard line. Unable< to make
14.)) to 21)1)1)-1.el'lI 1 all jinn halt called
was
19Ji to :MM Date time leather-pushers and reorganize! a I Johnson Hastings! : slat bal'l.\tI'ld any further progress against tin
)..OSNOrtlu.I: ( 1> I' Jax-Navy boxing team man, carried it to the 50 bet'ie:: j i The Hastings team had posses- I Tiger wall, they lost the bill, m,
1*)}-Bawling party Champ : Begin ---- --- ---- downs The Tigers hid the ball
n.il: lieiea your chance In the ,, I
club--Game night and were only a few yards froma

'rtJU; .\\'. >OVIMHI-K; tNI < score when the game ended
143').Sightseeing trip. ISJO-Skat Other locals who saw at'tion in
ln< paitv hinging Wheels l Club"
the game were linemen. Maxwell,
open! for member shipWEEKLY
1S E1): ::11-\\; :: ', SUtIUtt; ; UUt '''y\ O'Nel, Djuscet, Demps, MatD<;-
PARTY All hands on deck I al, Brotkman and MatOimelIhe 1.
pretty (lil In tight Door pi lie- .
\ statistics: "u"oA..t111 -
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Double' dinner Floor .how- '
applaud you favorite. _.: ., ; cri First Dow.. ... 7 ,:<
Sign' LJ'IR now for I the bus trip to. ;:,, \ Hushing ......... 9J 117
SPRINGS on 7 NovambeiR
*.rvttlonij neceawr'y We can t Passes: attempted .... ." 3 -rPds >
take the, whole' CIPW : \ :'" completed ... .., 1 2

Fumbles 1 2
Now available at d lib ChacMn. ."< v. 't
la ihowei wrapping. service ..nIInlol'n"on : Yar Is l lost by penalties!! It() 11:

on dnimltoilM housing .

and traveled" i J'U.1' 29ii; uns: TONIGHT .
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I 1h' Or'utl'.rk. American I.-*-

iI gum Pint No. -">'$ will hold 'iChartti
gnlio t I Personnd Hallow I I -seiiUtum meeting tmoiniw '>.
o, r, i "
4i.h.. .. night at 200'> in 'B
e'en" }Dante at Mamside Au-. ; -, building :It oil Moo3ehayen

NOT YERROt;, HUT effective, the Naval An Station Tigers tootbill squad pli lureu above Ihc presentation will\ [ b>j uiii

ditotiuin tomorrow" fligh has lost two out of four games played so far this season\ The tram member abov are left to right by a State Officer", from the FloriJi .

front row Arthur Hendorson, Pennington, Napoleon Cheatham, Tommy White Ernie Wallace, W l- I State D,'pirtmentll .
Bess Maxwell O'Neill, Doucet. Demps, Chapman \ vt'tTaua living 11lht' Vil'lIl-
Starts at :20.50.: ') J111Ford.; McDougal, and Brockman. Secon row )
Johnny ParrUh, and Coach Gt>trgUomta.. Thud row Ha-iej. M-IIUT. Royal Hill, Johnson, ity of Onmse Pirk ire invited to

1--_ Howard Green, and Johnny F ltJi[ itleiijr







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