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Creation Date: October 6, 1949
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I Plans Underway Now For Presentation Of "Kongo"



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}r"r.; : :, +'1O" 7-No. 27 6 October 1949.

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'w < "- : 'V" in an eight-day run here beginning November 17.
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The stage presentation will be -- -
-: .fi.- f sponsoied- the Welfare Com signing, make-up, stage construction
>> f? 1.il0 mittee of NAS with proceeds go- and other crafts atfili'sttJ,

Ii. in 'l'I1JIDUrID'm-: ,, ili ing to fill the coffers of the wel-'I i with the stage are invited t.
t\\ fare fund, which is used to ben- participate
efit enlisted naval personnel. (Continued on Page :31

__ Directed professIOnally by Mr*.
: ; Rowland White, who has successfully -
,. ,. i r ; directed similar! productionsat VF-43 Celebrates,

>: ,' '. 4'r;:;: ; ".'''''' .... .., ,. ,.:,.: :. .:....., I other naval establishments,
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r.: <: 'AA" : r .. ..,t '' the drama "Kongo" is the same
... : : I play which enjoyed an original Initial Birthday
run of one year on Broadway 1
SKY GIANT: GETS: A'"ENTIOS-Tht' Navy's KbO. better known as the Constitution:world' several years ago. Production of Just one year old but well -stih-"
I largest lommerc'ial-tvpe airplane, opens wide its doors for on-the-spot visitors during: its recent of the drama will be under the lished, Fighter Squadron 1'J ,tt
short stop-over at SASS The sky giant has a IBS-foot wing spread with a fuselage length of 150: h't't.I management of Capt. White. Fleet Air Jacksonville tounleil out

The setting of the exciting one full year ot significance wttU
ComdrKelleyTI / thiee-act drama unfolds 11the the celebration] of its first anni.eitjriij .
Early Discharges Slated teeming African jungle. Capt. \ last Friday.Comniiasioned ,
Frank T. Ward, Chief of Staff of in October of HH
I Now Directs Fleet Air Jacksonville, will be aboard: the USS Franklin D
cast in the leading role originally Roosevelt (CVB 421), Squadron I'J:
Certain Personnel I played by Walter Huston. An exceedingly was based on the Roosevelt until
or Air Group 13 difficult alignment, the January 1949 when it was transferred
role entirely "
leading is played to :NAS Jacksonville 44 [part
In a move necessitated by immediate and sizeable reductions in In an Impressive change of command from a wheelchair: and involves of Carrier An Group 4,
ceremony last Sunday afternoon expert manipulation of a 14-foot During its shipboard tour of duty
enlisted personnel strength certain Regular Navy enlisted personnel -
I Comdr. John C. I Kelley, former African bull whip.Opportunities, VF-43 visited the French RivieriNaples .
may now be discharged as early as three months befoie expiration commanding officer of Fighter Open Italy, arid other Mediterranean

-' of their enlistments. Squadron 134 took over torn- Casting for other roles is pi o. ports The squadron r,,.
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.. -- me new instructions, which WIll mand of Canter Air Group 13 of ceeding rapidly with rehearsals turned recently from a crime be
Fleet Air Jacksonville, relieving expected to get under way in Halifax, Nova Scotia where it
be at the discretion of the commanding -
Hunt Comdr David C. Richardson earnest this week-end TemporaI joined British: and American foruiM,
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Talent officers are limited to Comdr Richardson, skipper of plans calls for an eight-day 11th(' Bi-Centenmal cel"brntlinthere
((1)) personnel who do not intendto Air Group 1'J since September run of the play, according to ,
re-enlist or extend their enlistment 1949 will assume new duties in the Lcdr G. N. Stroud.. business Coininanding the one-year oil 1'1'
Is UnderwayFor board (21) Office of Chief of Naval Operations manager/ of the piodiution cal unit is Lcdr C. B Conn-illy,
on or personnel
in Washington, D. C. Aside from acting roles. there who assumed command In May of
who will not be recommended for Air Group li was reactivated In are many opportunities open to 1949 from L<'dr, Robert C. Coati
'Kongo'Announcement teen list mt'n t. 1945 and made cruises' that tookit I personnel who wish to use their In couimernoiation of the birthday .
: Anticipated budgetary liinitaI to all parts of the world. Participating creative talent in aiding in producing event all hand joined in calibration
I lions call for the immediate re- In the largest task force the drama Personnel who at a party at the Mv
of the forthcoming I idiKtion of enlisted strength. In since the cessation of hostilities, have had experience. m scene de- lower. Hotel l in Jacksonville.
thiee-act stage production I maintain the -- ---------
order to Navy at the the group was successful in a mock

"Kongo"/; sponsored by the best possible level, only personnel surprise attack on Pearl Harbor Civilians To Vote October 1 13
Welfare Committee has perkedup I of high caliber and well qualified ''originatlngfrom the deck of the
the ears of practically every- | career men shall be recommendedfor ; carrier U.S.S. Pilmeton ( C'V :i7i.I
one aboard the station who' reenlistment. The departing Air Group 13: com
For 42 CommitteemenNaval
boasts any' talent whatever, for In accordance with the early mander served in the Pacific Shop
possible opportunities to 'try discharge provisions as announcedin aboard the carriers Yorktown,
out" for the various tivities 89 the Naval Air Station Ranger, Wasp and Saratoga and Air Station civilian employees will go to tht' 1..111
connected with the play. I command policy reveals that participated in the inVaSion of 'Thursday, Oct. 13 in an annual election to elect! Vieommitteemen thop(
Not everyone can act! But act the following personnel shall not Guadalcanal; : and the battle of the to represent them during; the corning year
ing is not all there is to a stage 'be recommended for reenlistment Eastern Solomons,
Time and place for balloting will
lot more-the
There
play. is a I'rotUloti'i JjstMa
people who set the stage, the ( i Those convicted bv morthan be announced by department[ *.It"! ,:.
fighting, paint the scenery, take one General Courts Martial Hon officers and auperviaor Each
employee, regardless of hourn >r
of the clothing designs
care (tbl i Those convicted bv morn than
construct place of work will be given in tII'
backgiound painting two Summary Courts Mar ttalsI !
of other pOl'tun1to: cast a ballot for hivandidct
sets. and number
stage a I id I Those convicted bv mon- than .
important capacities that all go three Deck Counts; (dl, Those: con u rrbttiavit t e,
into a stage production of this vu'ted by more thai a ombina Ballots will i ontain the nani.'s of
tion of one Summary Courtlar t qualified candidate, plus enough
sonThe Executive Board of thet tial and two Deck Courts or the space for a write-in candidate! if
,stage show mints out that while equivalent thereof; lei Those i the employee does not desire (t,i
t previous experience is certainly awarded punishment at more than vote tor any of the candiitiltMtinted.
.' t lpful, it is not required. Any- five Commanding Officers Masts, Ballots naming more thin
Je.naval personnel, dependents unless a review of the service record three candidates or those defnocJor
.6r civilian employees of the indicates reenlistment! wouldbe altered in allY way will f hI in-
Navy within the Jacksonville beneficial. to the! Naval service: valid and will not be counted. If'.
area--who wishes to aid in pre- In) Those whose quarterly marksare cording to officials
senting this production, is eligibleand below the standards required .l < ('IUltl i.llllt'M 1.I..t..1| |
welcome I t, for reenlistment IndiiJilrial Relations Officer Arnold

Interested personnel are requested (gi Habitual shirkers and those ..,, : 0, Anderson! :yesterday urge)
to fill out the chit on whose performance of duty does :, : all employees to catty out their
page 2, place in envelope and ad- not warrant a recommendation for M. I'part in the forthcoming: election
dress to the Welfare Committee, I'l"enliHtment. In this regard, division "Shop committees are for *m.
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Physical Training and Welfare and or personnel officers : i.J ployees' benefit and each employe
office, building 726: via Yard shall submit a written report out- "': ''i Should make an effort to lit>" that

...t.r _. Mail. Appointments will be made lining in detail all reasons wherein ." the election is a success," h" sill
'''1' to committee membership with- the man concerned should not Candidates for the three Hisser'
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,( in the next 10 daysu be recommended for reenlistment. laneuirs Shop Committee, post tMFloree
-Ox--_ This report shall be forwarded to I Barden, Hugh A. Brut
Ft: ,,::; Charlotte Ecker, Robert W. H.U., )
the Commanding Officer via the
*' Carrier USS ht Grace C Hainriok, Harry A. H'K.
; Saipan
Station Personnel Officer : (h) ,- .., t9L (
Those who me repeatedly absent' F ton/Rhzubeth L Lynch, Nora Lea
Here Over Week-End from duty due to hospitalization e Y Roberts Fred M. ZakNominees W. WeintMrg. irnfElizaheth |
resulting from unclean habit .
\. i for the four PuUlty
The aircraft carrier USS Sai- In addition to the above provisions Woik.Committees include, MoririMI.

pan ( m due to arrive the Commanding Officer, rb [I. Driver, Frank 1 M Ironria.nler{ ,
Mayport hz
at the area Friday fi>r a will utilize the authority contained Hernmn R Luttson, George A, M <>,'-
three-day slay during which time in reference (b) where such action (Continued! on Page. :3)
it will conduct routine operations. Is considered suitable .ind de .. ..:. .
".in :' r.'Y-l.-' .1.- no .. \_ :,. .'.i. .
Escorted by the Destroyer Escort I .sirableThese'articles outline the
Winslow, the carrier will : procedure for ridding the set vice CHANCE OF CO\ll\l.-\NU-Carrier! Group: 13 of Fleet Air Pass For Servicemen
chor about two miles from the )0-1 of personnel considered until t for Jacksonville, welcomed 4 new coiiuiunulMg officer I last Sunday aiI'omclr. All ,service personnel ill, tmr .
Johns river jetties. No fiirther, retention regardless. of the Ditrid C, Kiclufdxii. 'left, turned over his command toComdr. form will be admitted free .1'HIC!
will be allowed aboard the V : normal I .date' of expiration of >n: guest, to all NAS hlt. iu<>
el. I ., ',. "" k, I ardtou gees in the office of CIM*( ot Naval o Iler=1ti" "'1. I football 'lines



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Two JAX AIR NEWS 6 October 1949


TIME WELL SPENT .

Classified TALENT CHIT FOR "KONGO"


I Lcdr. Smith Leaves Navy'After. Bull lin To: Welfare Committee i

Physical Tr. & Wei.] Office Bldg. 726.

FOR SAI.K U. S. NAS Jacksonville } la.
30 Complete YearsThirty :26! ft. C..tln'I'I'ulsl'r. sleeps 2. 550. Ty. ,

j! Center fon. 2700 Ext.Grand 8333.: Ave. Ortega Boat Name _.....___._.:....._....__...........Rate or rank ... .. ......?_
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years Is a long time to -
Utility.trailer. $10. Roger 400? D. '
spend in one branch of service! but Dewey Park.Basalnelte Dept. ...__._.I-........_.Unit ......._.._......__.-....:... Tel. No. ....__
if the years have been stimulating Mrs.. Schultz 3 ml. so
and illustrious' as those of Lcdr, from NAS. turn right at Fla. Dr. I would like to serve with the committee .checked below:
/ Club, then turn left 2nd house on

Stephen Smith, who left the Navy left. Scene Design _. Make-up...... Tickets. Properties. "
here last week after 30 years service Matching baby crib 4chest, highchair

-then it was time well pent. J land ,Rd.ranlngr.Ph. 8-0482.Berger. 1307 Cumbei- Stage. Advertising ... Costume. .. Usher Script..

Officer-in-charge of the Utility Gas range $45. Segat, 1130: A. Alle
Unit at Operation.1'* Department i I sherry House ..
and also Assistant Operations Officer : Baby cilb. Inner spring' mattiess. $10. ,_
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Mrs. Hawn, 1342 A. Randolph St,
Lcdr. Smith bade bon voyage NAS
to the Navy he loved so well I '33 Buick 4-door, $125. Fllllnglm,
exactly 30 years and 14 days after I Marine Baitacks. Eat 370 or 8371.
,3 burner table top oil range. Gloves, Weekend
he enlisted. At the age of 46 5 I 4633 Wheeler Ave. Ph. 24275.:
he is one of the youngest men ever 30 gal. lank kerosene hot water healer
to retire after so long: a service. I $15. Occasional rh. $2. 2 Chester
I I drawers. Weir. Ph. 20837.
The departing NAS officer's career II Model Ford. $60. Cicero shop 3414A. Notes
l is chock full of inspiring and ,I Ph. 82564..Baby Winq7f/
impressive years. He made his' crib, mattress baslnetfe 1111
I a yt \. I matt i'ens. folding table and Ch. Reasonable from ,
first solo hop in August 1927 and i FT I I Mrs Buresh, 3813 B. NorI -
has been flying ever since-that is : I man.

up until he was discharged last' 2 pr. dress Nary blues, .waist 34.
length 33. Dress jumper sl/e 36. 2 NllRTU
Friday. Ten of those
years were I undress. jumpers Pitcher, 4557 Post.
spent with torpedo planes, from j Ph. 24759.: ,
A&37 to 1S47. ..A'A:. :L' Washing machine. 1.153: CumberlandRd. .
C. H. Murphy. : FASRon <1A8-FASRon 158 mustered means that we have a chance to
Outstanding Reword I LCDR. STEPHEN SMITH House. 3 bedr..m. elec. kitchen After once again under murky I do some additional ; _.. _
The outset' of World War II 6:00. Cash price' $7100. 4616 Ulmer. definite
---- I(I 1 skies October 1 and most, of the FASRon 158 does have a
taught Commander Smith aboard the U.S.S. Owl with which he Gobay 9-3807. flying was secured for the after- I need, however for one .
the carrier U.S.S. '; 12 gage shot gun. single barrel Cuedcondition ,
Enterprise just served until May 1923. He graduated : I $20. Ext. 526. noon with the enlisted personnel i fleer and two electronics officers.
100 miles from Pearl Harbor the! I as a naval aviator in May Luggage: trailer. 2 wheels, '4 ton. reporting* to Ground Training while I If anyone is interested, or has

day it was bombed by the JapaJlt"tIt' 1928, then assigned to Torpedo Mounted Spare' tire and coupling: I others carried on their in-service friends in this category, please notify *
His aboard the U.S.S.Entt'rprit'le hitch for 48 Hudson. $75. Godwin
duty Squadron 2 at Pensacola, later '1 2819 DorM Ave. j l training in Hangar 113. Sunday j Chief Hector William in the
and later U.S.S. TI- .
the
transferring to Torpedo Squadron FOB RENT ,, morning turned out to be quite -a NARTU C-2 .Personnel Office in
c'Onderoga carried him into some L 6 aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise. Room with p.t. bath Write Murray : different atmosphere with) "Old ; Hangar 113 and have him reserve,

of the thickest fighting of World Aboard the U.S.S.S Enterprise he Hill Post Office Box 6772, M. P. Sol" peeking over a cloudless hoI your man for FASRon 158 excusively. .
War II. As a member of Torpedo was assigned duties as leading Daniel. '
4 rms & bath. Hot water, new oil I rizon causing the usual hustle .
Squadron 6, aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise chief to organize and train squad heater Davis, Ortega Farms. Ph. 1 around Hangar 113 to get our aircraft j Let's recruit all of our friends
he participated in the first rons. He was appointed Chief Ma- 85136. _
in the air.
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raid on the Marshall, Islands in chinist March 1942 before going I 4 rms. turn or unfuin. Brick. Rea 'who would like to join the Naval
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the Pacific, ..the historic battle of to Norfolk to the Advanced Carrier !I sonable.) Ortega Farms Blvd. Hei- I Quite a number of enlisted per- Air Reserve. It works like a chain ,_
man. Ph. 8-1257. sonnel reported to ground trainingto letter, the more recruits we get.
Midway and was in the task force Training Group, the forerunner !'Furn. 5 i'in. apt. Noel, Murray Hill '...
the carrier Yorktown 'I I Ph. 21173. take examinations for advancement f the more advancements in rating
escorting on of NATTC which later came
.
its bombing raid of Tokyo. Duringthe I to Jacksonville.His I Single, & double fur:'\. rm. In pit home. in rating, having been found Mill come to us because open billets
( omen. to NAS. Reasonable Mrs: eligible by the Division Officers of can be immediately filled and
I
battle of Midway the local officer : plans for the future are still ,i !Schultz, 1447 Avondale Ave. Phone
vacated billet of: the whois
FASRon 158.- Those men taking the man
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of three 2-5 UO.
was one. torpedo pilots indefinite. After he goes back to : .
I all conveniences. Close examinations this, past quarterI advanced can be taken by the
out of 41 of Torpedo Squadron his home town of Mason Iowa i 13 rm. apt. to
City,
NAS. Call after 1500 Ph. 24918.: Mrs. I I Fhifer Ambrose which add. '
were: Clayton C ; new personnel we
.
& that got back home.Indefinite with his wife and three children, I Baitholf, RFD 4, Box 760. 'I .
| j. Waldeck, PR2; John F, Mac- "
Plans he will rest a' bit and will be "in 3 rm. unfurn apt. Bus to NAS. Roe- I I "
I der Ph. 75673. i Cree, AMS2; Harry A. Newman, :
make his mind.
Entering the Navy in Septem- no hurry" to up Rm In Ortega! pit home. Pvt. entrance, Jr., AT2; Arthur Mansfield ADE3;
lr 1919 in Chicago Ill., he reported : "It's been 30 swell years. If I bath hot water Near bus. Breakfast Beckham AMS2 FrankL. I' ;
( John S. ,
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to the Great Lakes Train- could, I would do them all over husker, 4327 Hiawatha St. I
remarked Commander Rm & board breakfast lunches packed Cline, AMH2; and Harlan Christopher SUPPLY j
ing Center for training and received again
I I transportation at door. Eve. ADEAN. Results of this ii
Smith he left for Iowa. '
his first assignment aboard as meal Mrs. Richardson 621 RosselleSt examination will be posted In
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3 rm.. apt, *. Summers, 5418 Ground Training at our next drill If i I II
I 103i;d St. h'n2.:5: ; week-end, November 5 and 6. In
FIRE PREVENTION WEEK 915Naval Corn. im. near bath, hot water p\t.
I the officer's conference, Lcdr. Rob-
I', home at bus line. Mrs. Johnson I Bobbie Mae Epting, whose pic j
I 22V Park St. near 5 Points Ph. ert L. Gillings'announced a change 'ture you may have seen in Mon
1 7-8341. i'In policy concerning consideration
Air Station Jacksonville tions involving welding.In ''Ljr.( 'm. with pvt. family. Nice neigh for advancement in rating, those day morning's paper, is the daughter *

and Its personnel join the rest of the last decade fire has killed hot hood. Gentleman.Crocker.. 4149 : whoa re eligible for advancement, of Zola Epting, in Receipt Con
Iexln ton Ave. Ph. 7-5210 between trol. Bobble is at Washington
I
the nation in the observance of more than 100,000 persons and 0800 & 1700. through service in present rate as
Fire Prevention Week, being held burned or disfigured many hun ; L'kot5'e' house A bath eleo stove, 'required will be allowed to take University In St. Louis, where the ..;.
from Oct. 9-15, with the usualstrict dreds of thousands more, late statistics heater Firestone Rd. So. examinations regardless of their has begun her study in medicine.'t.
I $55 mo. Mrs. Smith Route 4, Box Two wedding anniversaries were .
adherence to all fire protec- show. Each year about 11- in the .
575. Ph. 2-119.:! short-comings previous examination -
observed last week the McDonells'
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tion and fire prevention regula 000 Americans die needlessly in I Le. cor. bdrm.. elec kit. utilities A Taken. '

lions fires and more than twice that j I linens turn I Navy couple o:6x pee. I In the past, If a man had takenan 13th. and the Ray For. ;
tent mother. Mrs Rhodes, Birkenhead recta'/ 14th. The McDonells invited
Each year, one week in Octoberis number are severely burned or disfigured exam during one quarter and
Rd.
set aside to focus public attention for life. 3,500 of the annual i I 1 Lawn Mower 25 cent per hour. Mur ,t failed to pass it, even though he a few friends, including someSupplyerr

upon the fact that fire is casualties occur on the natlon's phy, 133 Cumberland Rd. had time in rate necessary for advancement to have tea and crum- .
causing an unnecessary drain on farms. More than half of Furn. apt. Kitchen living rm.. 2 I pets with them. Castles in the I
he not to
was eligible
I'I'I closets bath. $45 mo. Miller 2111 air, it has been said, are grE'at-
our natural resources killing thousands I, the fire deaths are women and Ernl'lIf. Ph. 7-839:1: In evening.: I take the exam until another com- 1
of people and costing millions children. :5 im. Riverside turn apt $65 mo. ; plete quarter had passed. Now H until you try to move into them. 1

in our country annually I Every day there are 700 home I Mrs Durham, Ph. 7-7510 for appoint man eligible for advancement in One of the best ways to' keep
scent healthy and happy adds Milton
,
fires 28 deaths fire- 130 store I
-- by
The Navy Fire Protection and .''':I.P rate who has failed his examination -
Fire Prevention program operates fires-100 factory fires-7 church Wanted to buy a violin second hand. the previous quarter can takeit Berle, is to wash your face in the : .
fires-..7 school fires and 3' nospital Good cond Ste\erman. 2706 Merwyn morning and neck at night.
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at
full speed 365 the succeeding
days a year. I Rd. I once again quar1ter. I
Ph. 9-3998.
There can never be any easing up fires. So, it can happen anywhere Lost. Tricycle, led trimmed with Instead of waiting a quarter 1' Henry Behrens has asked Side

of the program, and, it is proven cream bell on handlebars. Lost in before becoming eligible once lights to announce that the first

that the best defense against fire Deaths and property losses from NAS Honslng. Ares Segat, 1130 A. I again. There has been a lot of real organizational meeting of the

is attack through fire prevention fire are Increasing mainly becauseof Allegheny.Ride wanted to Ridge Blvd. I Trout scuttlebut on these facts in and : SUPOR (Supply & O&R) Bowling

methods, which are carried out the careless smoker. Out of the River Blvd. In Beverly Hills. 07.10: 'I'' around the squadron, but this is 'League will be held at the South

here actively at NAS. The local approximately 650.000 fires which shift. Kennedy. Rt, 9, Box 584. Ph. j the latest word as confirmed:" by side Center next Monday night at

fire department every day is at- attack buildings annually, about Wanted 6-4593 or Base ext.singer 358. for male I'I Lcdr, Gittings. ,17 sharp. There are still several

tacking the potential fire hazards, 87,000 are caused by the careless Classic t sacred conventional' u8l'1..t'I'I Lt Jack R. Herndon announced vacancies on the three Supply --
and according to Fire Chief Donald I smoker. Smoking in bed accountsfor Call Powell 1 5-8056 W or 'today that 22 flight skins will be! : teams.and interested Supplyers areurged

Moran, such rigid inspections the largest loss of life. i 4-9826 after_3800. : issued to those men involved inflying -- nay, beggedto attend .
--xNew -
conducted here have resulted for the Tomorrow is the world's greatest
In' --- --- -- --- coming quarter
extremely low fire losses. i ij' starting October 1. Those who are labor saving device Accordingto
Local fire department members Calling AH GirlsA -Not! NuggetsSay to receive skins will be notified several impeachable authorities

are briefed from time to time on I Mother Dad, Kids- i' in time to get their required 1 I Ethel (Smoky) Perritte establishes -

fire prevention and protection Navy Junior Girls Scout troop Hallowe'en is just around the amount of flying time. a broad-jump. record every time

methods which they pass on to and Brownie pack will be organ- j' next corner! I Lcdr. Robert L. Gittings an- she gets in-- or out-+of the auto-

other division and unit representatives ized at NAS for girls from fami- The NOT NEW SHOP has I nounced that due to the cut in appropriations -. matic elevator. The electric Guillotine -

of the station, thus alerting lies at NAS, Dewey Park and oodles 'n oodles -horns, whistles !! by the U. S. Government has apparently met its

all) to the Importance of a Orange Park. 4 I rattles, etc. for Spook I for the Navy, as well as the match Sarcasm: "I love

"watchful eye" for any possibilities : Girls from 7 to 9 years of age, I Night- noises. Naval Reserve, that our own FAS- every corner of your head."

of fires.Much who have reached their seventh I I Come in as soon as possible I II Ron 158 will definitely be effected, I I I Midday movies return the

Damage birthday by Jan. 1, 1950 may bre-I j | for these--just a few penniesI but only in the number of officersin I! a 3-day weekly 'basis till the

Chief causes for fires have been come Brownies. Girls from 10 I I for all the noise you'll need I complement. Officer comple- of November and will llrfota

attributed to careless smoking, 14 are eligible to become full-',F | October 31. ment will be cut to ten, five of, of April or May A man is

electrical short circuits, overheating fledged Scouts. I IOrganisation | At the. NOT NEW SHOP in which must be pilots. The enlisted a worm until a chicken gets

of electric motors, stoves and meeting for both the Hobby Shop Building every complement requirements will'be '''of him And finally: 'A good

heating devices, carles ness in using groups will tie held Thursday Oct. Thursday from 1000 until 1400. |'I increased from the now required way to stay poor is to pretend you'

flammable liquids, and opera- 13. at 1600 in Building 601., 105 to over 125, which are rich.P'age .
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ENLISTED; MEN'S FROLIC-it was time ,.

out for relaxation and a little bit of "trip- > I.' .....,... .. ,;..
4 ping the light fantastic" for personnel of NASat 'i ; .j;

the enlisted men's dance last Tuesday at 'I

the Anchorage with music provided by Dean

Hudson and his popular orchestra.



6 October 1949 JAX AIR NEWS Page Threat




I f"FiftyNine NAS Employees Net $2,330 For Suggestions I



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: 56lSoggestions'
ivilians'
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l1 Kenzie and Walter Riviere, all
'4" from Maintenance. From Group k Ay .4 U' 3. Offered In 1949
" JVb are Joseph M. Cibulskl. GeorgeJ.

Gemming, Curtis L. McCormick,
Faunce R. McCully, Albert D.

( ennett, J'ark,. and Frances Theus. Nomi Under ProgramIt


k J nelius L. Mauldin, Joseph J. Mote,
Russell K Tyson and Arthur W. z r w, was an "extra pay day"
Wilds. Utilities, Lesly M. Bennett, Tuesday, Sept. 27 for some 59
James W. Burkhart, Edward W. Naval Air Station civilian
Crews Alonzo T Hall Johnnie
,
employees who became
Leavine, Guy H. Leonard Jr., Walter the recipients -
E. McMahan. Robert D. Mel- of cash checks total..

calm, Louie H. Richie,. Gerald W. t. < s ing 2330.70 for ideas sub-
"! Robertson, David B. Sargent, and mitted 'and adopted under the
Sammie A. Whittington. Beneficial
Suggestion Program
Aspirants for Supply and Fis-
.", ;:" cal'a Shop Committee positions are .
George Anderson Eustace P. Carter It was a special occasion for
Frank Courtney, James B. Davis I eleven of the top money winners
Frank F. Donalson, John E. A who congregated to accept their
rfl arson and Phillip "1. Stubbs, suggestion awards presented by
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"\ croup II and III. Charles J. Cullen NAS Executive Officer Comdr.
Olie M. Highsmith, Kenneth D. r'k Porter F. Bedell in ceremony in
And E. Stevens .S the Board room of the Admmis-
King Lloyd Group i<. c 4S W o
IVb.I station building. The remaining

I'., E'eryone.01....* checks have been distributed to
the employees by their .
:;' Overhaul and Repair Department respec-
tive
N. employees will choose 21 committeemen department and division
.P'' i\\ .' for their 7 committees from heads.
'r h ;. a slate of 49 nominees. Committee Suggestions submitted by the
:. ; 'b; No. 1 candidates include Austin 59 employees will create a sank -
I T. Drinkwater, Milton R. Fulton I ings to thejtoipon of $108.723
S when put J''ru| ?eration. A total
Lester J. Sellers and Helen M !
Styron. Committee No. 2 nominees of 56Lj4ar1fvieas| been submitted o
are William J. Bristow locally so lar uses year, with 50
\.. Gerald T. El more, Peter A. Groh I per cent adopted from the 541 already -

. \,, Glenmore C. Monroe, Eric E. processed. .
,.' O'Brien, and Robert D. Price. I Duncan Nets $275
Donald H. Bryant, Alvin C. Cone, Top winner in the recent group
,\ Roland W. Cusack Frank P. Du- is Joseph E. Duncan, snapper ma-

" Pont, Bennett F, Jackson, Dewitt __ _____ ._w-__ _._ chinist at the Overhaul and Re-
,.' i :: T.: Jewell, William P. Johnson, August pair department who has been
fi
: : C. McCoy, Joseph A. Mc- 1IAPM' DAY-Eleven of 59 civilian workers awarded a check of $275 for designing -
':' Swain, Joe W. Parris, Joseph F. who received checks for beneficial suggestions a sleeve to accomplish the
; !{; remit, Jack H. Plew, Carl I* took time out last week to formally repair in the auxiliary blower '
Richards, Edward I. Tlson, John .x.Ytj case of Pratt Whitney 9900-8.10.
accept their reward in ceremony: At the top, engines. Prior to Duncan
M.: \\0. G. Turveille James U. Tyler, Har- s meth-
: '" ley O. Whitt, Frank Woloszynow- Capt. Robert O. Minter, Overhaul and Repair od it was estimated that approximately -

., '- k8i and Herbert R. Wright. Jr. officer left, reads the adopted ideas prior togiving +i" } I 7 per cent of those blower -
are nominees tor Committee No. 3 ; the checks later to James O. Gaulden, } cases would be considered
in O and R.Committee. beyond repair and would be
Richard V. Holden, William F. Gouchnour
I t' No. 4 will be chosen I scrapped because General Engine .
I !' from Marcus L. Chapman, Thomas I I I Josef Lankes, Lucille Hutchison and Joseph : Bulletin 189 could not be

i: A. Feaster, Joseph H. Joiner, I Ij Duncan. Lcdr. Edward Foster, assistant Public 1/// I incorporated.
iI': Anthony J. Lukaszewski. Max J. Works officer for ComNab-6 hands over the e. + Francis H. Bell, also of Overhaul
i r., Martin. Mounterville W. Pugh awards to PW workers Albert D. Dixon, 4 f and Repair snagged down
,r- Dennis G. Steadman and Asberry Herman L. Steyerman, Kenneth L. Sparkman, vy :< .. $200 for his adopted idea, a devised
1 ", 13. Weathers. Candidates for Committee and William C. Mills. Comdr. Porter F. Be stt ., masking tool kit whkh t
;'"t No. 5 are Dudley Boat. dell, NAS executive, congratulates Joseph E. proves i.ivaluable to his work in
f! wright, Thomas F. Bourrie, war. Duncan of O ,& R, left, for his suggesiton for ''' the vapor blast booth in Engine
i". ten C. Chesser, Edward L. Duke, which he received top check of $275. Overhaul. Other employees net-
William E. Marsh James McCauley ., ting over $100 in the latest pres-
1 William B. Smith. Junior F. ------1--- entation of awards were JamesO.
Teske and Colon E. Williams. 34 More Motorists vis. ADL and Leon R J. Leonhard Courses Gaulden. Aircraft mechanic
.} ." ., Choice for committeemen for AMI, failed to stop for a stop sign; Training of Overhaul and Repair department -
''Louis H. Purdy, AL3, was caught who received $150 and Her-
Committee No. 6 Include Walter I* Feel Traffic Pinch without his Information ReadyTen
and f driver's license; R. J. man L. Steyerman, electrician in
I, Dunce James W. Edwards Leonhard AMI, and Robert E. the Public Works department,
William M. Pittman. while Thom. I Violators of traffic regulations more new Navy training
Moody, AA, were picked up for winner of a $100 check. Gaulden
r M P. Roberts, Harold W. Schetter- aboard NAS continued to be speed faulty equipment and Sgt. Nor- courses have recently been printed designed a rack to accept valves
I t, fr, John W. Seegars, Gordon W. ily apprehended by Station Police 'man G, Beebe was arrested for and will be available for dis- after removal from engine cylin
Vail. Henry P. Voltz, Theron D. with 34 motorists issued tickets passing a school bus. tribution in the near future, according ders. Designed for installation on
i. ? Whidden, Sr., and Carson J. Wilcox for violations during the period to the Personnel Office. cylinder stands, the rack has
t are candidates for Committee Sept. 27 to Oct. 30. | I Following are the courses to be eliminated damage to valve

t No. 7. I Charged with illegal parking I.j i: 3-Act available: Seaman (NavPers 101- stems caused under the previous
; --- -- -' were Dale Smith, ADAN; M. Ben. 20) ; Fire Controlman 3, Vol. 1. method.

field. CRE; D. R, Frock. AOIX: ; I 1 (Continued from Page 1) (NavPers 10163) ; Workbook for Winners Listed
r NAS Wins Thanks : Burton E. Meyer, AN; Sidney E. An executive board has been Basic Supply and Basic Disbursing Richard V. Holden, instrument
.. Zareski, ADC; John C. Bakley. appointed for the production, (NavPers 10271)); Workbookfor mechanic at 0 & R also came in
i : Hand AM2; Mack M. Murray, TD2; Rob- with Lcdr. C. G. Strum as executive I General Storekeeplng Course, for a bit of cash $140 worth, for
f For Helping j ert C. Martin, ATC; W. J. Hoken- manager and Lcdr. G. N. Vol. 1 (NavPers 10272) ; Workbook designing a puller to safely and
son, AA; R. M. Mahoney, AN; Myron Stroud, business manager; Capt. for General Storekeeping, economically remove rotor shaftson
," .....t. Assistance! given a representative Pelech PH3; William C. Howell White, production manager; Mrs. t i Vol. 2 (NavPers 10273). the Kollman Dual Tachmeter:
j y from the Aeronautical Engl.meiing AN; Russell F. Parmenter, White, director; and Mrs. D. D.I Workbook for Disbursing Afloat Indicator.
t B; .. Group, Overhaul and Re- Herbert Moyer, and W. C. Merritt. | Green, assistant director. (NavPers 10276)) ; MetalsmHh 3 Other employees' receiving
+ ;.r,u.. i pair Department at NAS Coco So- I Ticketed for speeding were For- i I The following committee chair and 2 (NavPers 10565)) ; Study awards for their beneficial suggestions -
..',1.' lo, Canal Zone, during his week'stour rest L. Cassady ADAN; James R. men have been appointed: Mrs.H. Guide for Dentalman (NavPers include James H. Dixon,
; has won a note pf thanks for I Green, YN3; Robert E. Moody, F. Gingrich Scene Design; 10675)); Study Guide Dental Tech- $75; Kenneth M. Sparkman. $60;
NAS from the commanding officer AA; Chester A. Rineer, TE2;'! Mrs. Frank T. Ward Publicity; nician 3 (NavPers 10676)) ; Study William F. Gouchnour, $57.50;
of NAS Coco Solo. James L. Davis AD1; Lt. L. H. i Mrs. John Marshall, House; Mrs. Guide for Dental Technician 2 Albert D. Dixon, $39; William C.
H. W. Filbry, DM2, the repre- I McMullen, R. J. Leonard, AMI; :,I Howard Greer, Mrs. H. F. Gin- (NavPeis 10677)). I Mills, $36; Lucille W. Hutchinson -
wntatlve from Coco Solo was on George S. Duckworth, H. C. Rob. I grich. Properties; Mrs. J, J. -x- $60; Joseph Lankes, $62.50;
temporary duty from Aug. 20-30 i er son. and T H. Fuss. Southerland, Mrs. W. Floyd I ? Robert L. Way, $86; Freddie Wal-
a to secure information on aeronauical Reckless driving ducats were Bringle, Tickets; Lt. C. G. Beck-i "Because it feels so good when I ker, .Sr.,. $15; Robert J. Car-:
methods, procedures, and given to James L. Davis, AD1; er, Prompter; Lt. (jg) Ralph'' vacation time comes!" mody: $25; Malcolm A, Moore,
technical directives from the Overhaul I Andrew J. Stewart, AD3 and Elaine Cooley, Stage; Mrs. C. G. Becker, I> $10; George L. Bond. $15; Elias L.
and Repair Department at Moss. I Make-up; Mrs. Mary Thornton, :' metree, Ward'r b ; and Mrs. C. J Waldron. $10; Walter M. Grouse,
NAS Jacksonville. In other violations James L. Da- Technical, Advisor; Mrs., J. De-1 I L. Denton, Advertising. 1 $10; George L. Bond. ,$1 S: Elias E.
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i-:.',:" NEW PAY SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1 $20; James A. Lancaster. ,

i '" .. COMMISSIONED OFFICERS; $50.James 0. Hughes, $25; Marion
:&IJIIIIII\I4! \ ( A 110a n.'t" I J. Rogers $15; Lewis E. Cheat-
1 C1'ML'LATIVE YEARS OJ' SERVICE Wllh Withoutdf'lof'ndf'nll / ham $25; James R. Witmore,

l'nllt'r Over Over Olf'r'r Over Ou'r Over Over Over Over Olf'r Over SubIua.. dependents SubQuar.. $20; Edward L. Duke, $25; Hugh
Pit)' grade 2 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 2'1 2t ::10 .I.pn'f', tens .1.If'nl'f' If'n' M. Gunter $15; Edwin D. Win-
Gtn"'lil 11 ....... ....... !Y.ti.25! !126.25.26.2:1: !Y16.21.I625! :. \26.25 Iti.2I:! nJ6.25: Y.6.2:1: Iti.2:1:! : !Y262IJ6.2:1! : n\4.1:1: : 42.110 13(1.10 4200 120.(0 gate, $23.40; Frederic Shienle,
Lit ult'nant >Jf'nel'oll .... 1126 2:1: 42:.(;,2S !IUI: !: "26.2:1: f/26.25; 9 '6.2n26..15! : '9J6.2:1: : 926.25 fl'2625 92625:! !(262S! "54.75( 42.00 15000 4200 120.(+0 $15 T. J. Sheridan. Charles
.. Major Jlf'nf'rlll .... 1'6.25! !IJ6.25: 92: (+.25: : \26.li: : 9.16.25: l26.25 flZ625 r16..15: !r.6.25 9.16.25: fI'.I625 IIZ6.2j: 954.71! 42.no 1\(100: 42no 120.110 ; $25; >
", ,', HI/adlt'r general ... ?(.9.50! 761.50 7t'\(1! : 7ml.5O 761.IO! 769.50! 76\O! 769.:>0 769.\I: 761150 761.'IO! 718! (1(1 5.16.50: 42.00 130.(0 42.00 120 00 M. Head Jr., $35; David G. Skid-
;c ('olon! 1 . . . . 570011( 570.011 :170.1'0 570(1(, 570m) ::170.00 :17000 570.(10( 51+4.25 612.75 641'25 669.75 618.2.42.00 1.10(1(1: ( 4:100: Jo\OO more, $15; Van McLean, $15;
4 't. J.lf'ult'nallot colonel .. 4WO 456; (1(1 4S5 (+III t 4".00 4;>6.00 4\6.oo! 470.:15: 4JJ4.\! 4m1.75 :I:17.2:1: : ::1:15.7511425: :?>R4.25 42.1+0 12000 42.00 90.00 Walter C. O'Heir $53 W. .
; ,l ftl.ji )4alor ... . . . :($ .75 :IS4.75 :ill4.75 :3$4.75: III.OO! 413.25 427M 441,75 45(1.(1(1 484.50 411R.75 51\(10: ::113(1(1 4200 10511f1 4200 52.50 ;, ; Edgar
... \ (i+ptaln . . . :U3.\O! :il.1.M 327.75 :142.00 356.13 370.:11I475! : :II9.(1(1( 413.25 427.50 441.75 44,1.75. 441.7:1: 4200 0000 42.00 75.00 Buell, $25; Walter M. Lawson,
-, 1'Itst lieutenant 249.:48: 263 7171x' 202.13 3(0 18 'oo.a9 314 8s ( (44.13 '449.13 349.13 344,13 42.1,0 82.50 42 00 67,50S $55; John Z. Kaczetow, $25;
: ; .S.y Sw.on(1\ lieutenant' :: : : : : 213,75; 228.r 242.25 2n6:5i// \\\'ARRA. T O"FICER: VJ 313.511: 313.50: H( 313.5(. 313.50: 42.00: 75.(0: 42.00 60.00: William F. Shaughnessy $15;

: 4 . . .. .. .. . .. '(20.10 :120.10 320.10 :t14/1/, :149.2011375: 378.iO :lro.f1.5 407.40 421.115 4,16\0:' 451.MJ 465 ItO 421tO ]MII(1( 42.00 112.50 Nash C. Andrews. $15; Raymond
I. 3 :. .. .. ; .... ......... 2I.W 2l1 (1(1. 291.011 21H,2I+ :305,15! 312.1t.1 3'lO .127.38 ::1.14..6.3411.20 36371: 378.iO: :i9:1.8.42.100: !IO.OO 42.00 7\(1(1: 'A. Johns $25; Roger L. Sibley,
2 . ..... ....."...... 254.63 2546.1 254./\ :c.4/\:1: 26Ulu( 269.8 2711.4J 2KJ.73 29IW :405.55) 3'6'0 ::1:146.34'lO: 42 (CI R2.\O:' 42 (0 67.50 $25; James W. Nolting. $25;
1 ...... .. .. ."...... 2JO./S! 210.9 :21'O.JK :n8.l5: 225.53 232.60 24005 247.3:1: :z. e.6t: 269,114 :lH.1.73 28.2t! 21t.2S 42(1(1 75.11(1 42.0\ 60.00m.l.ISTFD 'James M. Tripp. $29.70 FrancisH.
Jo :i : PERSONS'F7 ;
....... ........... 1AA.45 11fi.45! 211KI 213.15 m.50 227J15 :135.20 242.\! 4HIO! 26400 279.30 2fI4 00 294 (1(1 31'iO! 67.010 31.\0:' 4100a Bell, $12; Everett E. Pearson,
a "- .. .. ..".... .... 161.! (') lea Os 176.411<.1.75 191.10 18.45! 21'51(' 213.:1 2'JO.'iO! 235.2/1/ 2411(1+ 241'10! 249II'! 31'iO! 67.:10: 31.0! 45.00 $15; George L. Gray, $25; JamesM.
":-5 .. .. ..". .... i9&5 147.10 134.35: 11).71611.05 ]7640 1 fli.; 75 IIIJ.1O HIR.45 :l1t.15: 227"727.f!!\ 221.8.\ 31tl7.5h: / 31.\CI! 45.110 Davis $15 W. H. Ross $25
14 117 50 124.(1% 1:42.10: 134.65 154.:15: 161.70 169 05 176.40 191 193.10 31.5 '45 (0 31.50 45.00K3 ; ;
:: :: : :::::: :::: : : 03.5.5 102.0' 310.25: 517.6(1:::( m: 132 30 ]14 65 147.(4)) 147.Kt: ml: 147 :Z ml: 117 00 31.50 43.(0 31 tXt 45.x: ) i i2 Aaron K Taylor $35; ThomasM.
. . . tc2.\I1! N) (0 l17.HI 105.00 l2.M 12000 ]2011(1 120./10/ 120m 1201111 JXJIIO 20.(11)) 1:1(10(1: ..1.511 45.0' 31.50 45.001, Keene, $10; R. J. Wo1ff,,J50;
Fr 1 (over .. monlh.. (41, (N) 7.50 ()5: ICI 05.110 tl\.OO! 1I1i 00 05.1(1: !I\CI! !15 00 b5.(4)I IIW! 45 (JI) 45 (II'' U.\I! 4\: (C) 31.\(1: 45.(0F1
I . .. .. .. . .. ( C. J, Joungeman; $15; Harvey B.
(under 4 months) 75.00 . . . 3:1 1 45(1 31.50 45.00 Edward
Eby, Sr., $15; J. Megonigal. -
I///(4. I'' 'Amounts baser! en fi'sed rates f'1't.ahIIJ.h IIY prop.-# '\'III.t'of''Pllil and lieutenant "nf'rlll also t'nllllt'll to J''rKinal, money .1I0"8n' of U.200 and D0xKr : i $25; William H. Joiner, $10;
, year, respecllvety. 'Prf'tllt'nl'c on similar wlt"ant officer programs> for Itlllnll(1I11,1.1 I 'Ol<'t'l. 'Allocvanee 1t1'1'8bl' (' 10 personnel "uthurlott'd In 111110n and Willie W.
Lloyd. and J. .
live aepurattly generally Intended for mllrll1lf'rllfWlnt'1 /lrl"t"l1 7.6 and JIjt(1( 4. vIth" ot tent '7 )1'1111' total stitiU. 'lncrea.rd to ati7.r.o. alter '7 )flU' total J $10; B.
: r/-e. The new pay latex shGHn apply to '(\1'1 t'1I11Orldlnii ranks In other 1,1'1 nches Cit the lit!,,\\ot'. Kennedy, 850.



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I Jax-NavyMeets Parris Island Sat. Night ;I,


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Touted marines Out To Avenge


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Last Year's Stinging 7-0 Loss .. 1iiii<..' I : ;; ,(;.i 'ii.


A highly-touted Parris Island :Marine eleven from South

Carolina invades the Naval Air Station to do battle with the
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unbeaten Jax-Navy footballers Saturday night under the arc '

lights at the Gator Bowl with the kick-off. slated for :2000

The second appearance for the -- ---
locals in the Jax stadium this year week-end by plowing through a
Saturday's scrap is expected to be Marine squad from Edenton, N. C. .
I one of the toughest in the 1949 30-0. while the visitors have defeated Ai.
campaign with both teams at present NATTC Mt'ntphls.o'Ol't e 4 i t' 1 I I I
boasting a perfect record The Jackson, S. C., and Cherry Point, ,
locals made it two in a row last N. C.
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Coaching the powerful P. I. combine
this year is Ted Stawlckl who

[\ Tigers Drop First famed starred Quantico on the gridiron leatherneck for Juggernaut the

In 1947-48 The former
VICTORY NO. 2 In
38-6 To -
College Quantico player Is bringing over
40 hosky grldders to battle the lo- scenes from last Satur .
cal eleven. He uses two separate day's Jax-Navy conquestof A
Team From Ga. teams on the playing field, alter- I Edentoit; Marines top
nately. However it is not the I
same :
photo shows Tiny Nodoof i\
A smooth-clicking\ Albany State as the two platoon system for I .,: .
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left '
Edenton. arrow ,
College eleven proved too much for Coach StawickI's elevens can play ,k.i., + k'
the NAS Tiger gridders last Sat- both offensive, and defensive ball. I about to be snagged behind -

urday in Albany. Georgia as the : The squads are used for specific his own goal line,
locals dropped their opening game 'time periods and when the ball with tackle Jim Nugent,
of the season. 38-6. to the experienced | changes hands, the team formerly
collegiate huskies in charge remains on the field until right arrow on his way
The local pigskinners swing Into I its time period is up. in to brine him down. I, ,

action again Sunday, October i Both of the leatherneck backfields On the right halfback- 1
9, when they plav their first home average between 170 and back Harry Epperson t
encounter on f k W Ae?'eld: againsta 175 pounds. The line will come the line after ;
powerful Pern elt"MsPen.! Game \' close to the 196 mark and should crosses goal IIII
time is 1430. "f4 8J---- I put up a stiff resistance to Jax- snaring; a pass from i
Navy's forward wall which ,, llama Hutchinson in
Anderson & ( the Wt ii
Led by Quarterback Ray :
about the same. i
the Albany eleven' powered ages 'r-I second quarter.ILocol.
through for touchdowns in every: Snitlrr Rep| rtt h+OChiM1 /
period while Leroy McDanials Looking from the local..standpoint I! .
pulled off the most outstandingdash jonn i-enyaK, aw Hulsey,
of the game to score for the Ray Hinkle Bama Hutchinsonand
Tigers-a 102-yard run of an intercepted Gus Kinnear will be seeing :; Offensive Power Too Much ;
pass. plenty of action in the coming tilt.

Albany racked- up two scores in Hutchinson connected: with five :
the first quarter notched one in aerials last week good for 96 ,
,
the second stanza another in the yards. Speedy Penyak and Hinkle As Edenton Crew Is Beaten 30-0 !3
third and two more in the fourth picked up plenty of yardage in
period. Two Albany conversions the Edenton fray while Kinnearand
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were good. The Tigers' lone tally Hulsey did their share of Unleashing: their power in the early part of the fray and throwing up a terrific

was recorded in the third quarter ground John gaining.Snider a former Montana I: defense to hold their opponents to a standstill Jax Navy's gridders annexed their second '
Me-
Daniel when ace intercepted quarterback an Albany Leroy aerl-I University gridder who played for straight win of the current campaign by turning back a scrappy Edt'ntollIarine club, .

BJ, behind his own_ goal tine and NAT'TY' *.\.r..mnhi.-.. ...,..... in 1948. r.e yv...nrt..A. ", 30-0, last' Saturd a Y n i g ht at the (''ator Powl. .
with superb blocking ran 102 aboard the Station recently and The Marines, balked at every
yards for a touchdown. An attempt 'lis slated to suit up for the coming turn finished with a net yardage Falling to make yardage after Bill Buesing intercepted a Ma .
to run the extra: point tussle. Snider and Hulsey! played mark of nine yard. Playing terrific the kick. Edenton was forced to rlne pass soon after the final period
failed. together in the Memphis backfield offensive ball the Jax-Navy punt and with Glen Schara Kin- got underway and carried it
Tulfiit Sought last season j!I forward wall opened hole after hole : near and John Penyak lugging the to the Edenton 2:;. Soon after ,
Although out-classed the local Servicemen in uniform will be'1 to allow the local ball-luggers to pigskin NAS began another march | despite several penalties Kinnear's 1
combine fought valiantly and ran admitted to the game free of pick up 14 first downs. Scoringa i jdownfield. The threat was foiled and -Peny k's running and a toss
up four first down Bob Holston charge, while there will be only one touchdown, in the initial quarter when offensive pushing on a pass- from Hutchinson to Penyak
pulled a fake punt and running general admission charge of $1.20. the locals came through for two play into the end tone gave the brought the ball to the 19. Hutch-
with the ball picked up 25 yardsin Busses will I leave Ma Inside Lounge more T.D.'s and a safety in the 'ball to Edenton. Once more Jax- I inson then'loosed his fifth suuce.su 4
the third period. Bill Thompson for the game at 1830. second period another safety in Navy'i solid line held and the Marines ful pass of the day which Duncan
handled the passing and archeda : Probable starting lineups: j the third stanza and scored the gained only three yards in snatched and took over for a T.D. h
I '
Jr.-\a.y: I'D*. '.rri. l.l.nd final in the 'as many rushes. Weldon kicked the extra point to 1
pair of aerials to Irwin Caatille Duncan . LE .. . HessPatterson seven points early partof Late in the second stanza Marine put the score at 30-0. Penyak hud :
;
for 35 yards.Other . .LT. .. .. .. rather the last quarter. i
top ball-lug'gers)) on the Tiger Molonokkle .. 1G. ...... Nevus Superb ground gaining by Gusi I Buff Botfenmeir laded fora previously crossed into the end :::
<:o on ... C. ..... Beatrice pass but failed to locate a receiver zone with the ball, but the scorn '
eleven were John Small)) and Sinko .. ..... .RG. ...... Leroy i Kinnear and Bill Hulsey coupled and was ctiaaed back and wax nullified. John Coxen Inter.. -
Bob Welch while linesmen James Weldon ..,.... .RT. .. ... Steven with passes from Bama Hutchinson
Royal and Jerry Baldwin were the Moore ....., RE.. ....... Benford and Hulsey. both into the wait- smeared on the five. On the next wpted: a :Marine pass seconds later
Hutchinson .. ... .. QB ........... .... PlclonHuUey of Jack movedthe play Marvin Weldon NAS tackle but a scoring drive was halted by ,
mainstays.
powerful Duncan
LH ing arms caught Tiny Nodo in the end zone penalties and Edenton took over '
AlovEpperson
Finding the "T" a little difficult ':::::: .RH: ::::: Pelrevlloh :[ oval to the Edenton six-yard for a safety for two additional the ball on downs a short while -, I
Couch McClausland has been ac- Kinnear ..... KB ... . . Lair -, ---- -- --- points. before the final whistle sounded it
quainting his giidders with thesingle x YARDSTICK I Kinnear took the Marine kick- '.
formation and Hinkle garnered 72 yards in sic .
have wing the* Tennessee expectsto I More BingTalent I'I IA"t-SA\'Y:" KDKNTOV; off on his own 45 and advanced to carries to lead In yardage while
systemready
14 J"I''IIt l downs 4 *
the Edenton 40 where two
plays "
to throw at the Pensacola Needed For Team 257 Net yardage rushing 9 Penyak picked up 59 and Kinnear
Giants Colored of talented' 117 Yardage gained pagnlnff 0 later Hutchinson passed to Harry collE'ctt'dt yards. Outstanding! .,
Sunday. personnelwho Although a group [ :
i 13 forward passes attempted 15 Epperson who placed the oval on on defense were locals Joe Sinko. ..
are interested in joining the boxers out
are working daily at 6 Forward completed 1
passes the ]9. Another aerial from
Tiger squad are asked to be present building 513. berths are still openon 410:./ A\t'TItKP yardage of punts M.7 Jim Patterson, Vince Anania, Wil :
Hutchinson to went Into
at practice on the Mat Area the Jax-Navy team which will 115 Yardage lost penalties: 20 Epperson bur Sweat Don Whittaker John
5 Number of fumble 2 the end zone and the locals chalked Coxon
Jack Duncan and Ben Ad
playing Held at 1430: week<< days. represent the station at Maxwell 3 Own fumble recovered 2 up six points. Joe Buonasissi mad 'Uill."i.},.

The starting lineup for Sunday's Field, Ala., the 19th of this .2. Fumble. .recovered by foe 1 !' good the _. .1
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encounter will 'have McDaniel 1 at month. -----1 1 I 1'W Offensive ('Iici'.t.t1|
quarterback. John Small and Richard Coach Hightower announcedhe stripe before the game was well
Still unable to gain ground Ed
Holston in the halfback holes, could use several men with underway. Hutchinson then pickedup enton punted soon after taking the Don Haas Winner .
Welch fullback. five to reach the one and on
and Bob at At more exeperience especially in
kickoff to send the ball out of
the flanks) will be Castille and Ed the middleweight and bantamweight 'the next play bulled his way over > bounds In midfield. Hinkle then Of Junior Tourney f
Dawson with Royal and Bill Rend classes. Those interested for the score. Joe Buonasissi who
1 pulled off the longest run of the
-r at tackles, jerry Paiker and may get in touch with the coach'' handled most of the placement i I, game by breaking through right Smooth-stroking Donald Haaj-
Henry Porter, in the guard posts b> phoning extension! 585 during'' kicking failed -to make the conversion guard and. racing 51 yards down 'I barreled his way .through competition

and Kay Courtney at center working hours ... the sidelines to score standing up. in the Naval Air Station*
.... .. .. -. '''
....- ----- i BuonasiSMi missed the extra point''annual Junior Dependents golf
7 iY vS.Y I kick and when the half ended Jax-: tournament held for the past two S

: y.Yx Navy was out in front 210. i I I. weekson the local course and defeated .
: : : i I Chet Kimball set the Marines Barry Helfenstein 3-and-i1 in
: J back on their own three with a '' the final round of play to cop the

r '' 44-yard punt early in the third period NAS Junior diadem.
and Nodo was caught Behind Joan Fury came out on top In
i the goal line by Sax tackle Jim the B Division by scoring a OIM
I
Nugent for another safety. Score: up win over battling Bobby Bry-
+S Jax-Navy, 23: ; Edenton, 0. ,I son In the final round. Winner of 1.,
the Division was Gen Peltier,
Two-Ball Foursome who had to go three extra holes:
but finally dumped George Smith
Scheduled one-up for the number one .ap'st( in
SaturdayWith the! C Flight. .

the entry deadline set for In the D Class which had junior
noon Saturday the 1949 Station golfers under the age of 12 par. ."
std Two-Ball Foursome golf tournament ticiputfng, Joan Bedell and -Sally
i ? r n will roll Into its first roundof Sutherland staged a cl we final .
play the same afternoon with round match with Bedell coming
over :5i 1) div.ot-diggers pairing off out on top with a Z.anoJ.l.tally.

and opening their drive for the Trophies will be. awarded to winners *

NAS championship and runner-ups at i Inter
3i Jack Harvey, Station pro announced data' The Off ice ns' Wives Colt!
that every local divot-dig-,Club. which directed the Depend
ger is eligible to enter the affair' en tit' affair announced th..tt\ will
T Including personnel stationed at'I remain to be an annual tourm- A
auxiliary base in the vicinity of
merit on the \local links as long u
4L Jacksonville.' Partners may be. ae- i i there are young divot i .diggerai .
lected by participants or: single __ .
5L entries will !be paired before ho*, expected: to run through the next ..-
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< mn '''''' ''' begin. four weeks. A round will I be: completod -
FORWARD WALL STALWARTS-The invading horde from Parr Island will run up against The tournament will tw run off each week with tr*; first ,
a tough Jax.Navr forward wall In Saturday nUhfi encounter at the Gator Bowl, having M with selected drives and alternate matches' to t be concluded bvfoi-J(

C\llj, with such hu"kl" 'I 'U center John, COKO, left, 'Iud tackle, Marvin Weld-.n, rijl.t. I shots counting in play, which! i4 Saturday, October ..5.Faae .




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