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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1949
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Since it was commissioned nine years ago, NAS Jacksonville has had, nine commanding I

.. officers, with Capt. Charles P. Mason serving as the first commandant from Oct.
1940 until 1912. I

'. x Since then NAS has had as its CO's Captain J. D. Price, from May 1912 to March

,. a 1913 ; Capt. S. J, Michael, from March 1913 to Aug 1913; Capt. Arthur Gavin, Aug. 1943

1 until April 1914 ; Capt. W. W. Smith, April 1914 to Nov. 1911) ; Capt. H. E. llpgan, Nov.

1911 until June 1915!) ; Capt. A. R. Brady, June 1915 to June 1917 ; Capt. H.. S, Duckworth, '

who served from June 1917 to June 1918, and the present commanding officer Capt. Alvin \- :
I. Malstrom, who took over command in June 1918. : '
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., :: i'c:..... Station Officials Tender Salute Naval Air Station Notes

As Naval Air Station Jacksonville prepared to observe its
,, ninth anniversary messages of tribute and salute have been
.), extended by Rear Adm. John H. Cassady Commander Fleet I
.1" IItw{ \\o': Air Jacksonville Commanding and Officer.Capt. Alvin I. Malstrom, Naval Air Station Ninth Birthday Oct1 15

; Naval Air Station Jacksonville has in the nine years

1""The, since it was commisioned, become one of the most important ---- --
air stations in the Navy. As headquarters for operational
I training during the late war its contribution" in the way of From a training activity to a major fleet aviation operating: base in nine years-

highly skilled naval aviators was a major factor in bringing that's the stride taken by the :Naval Air Station. Jacksonville, as it observes the ninth
about the succesful: conclusion of hostilities. At the presentthe
largest concentration of carrier aircraft in the world is I anniversary!'; of its commission} on Saturday, Oct. 15; with the actual ceremonies in commemoration -

based here In case, of another war these air groups would of the occasion slated a day earlier at loOO) Friday. .
form the spearhead of U. S. naval offensive forces and a platform .
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of
expansion
for Many Trained Here huge Naval Air Reserve TrainingUnit
Each of us should consider ourselves fortunate to have mally commissioned Oct. 15, 1940
a unit of NATTU, and the
As the station prepares to
duty in such a choice station and to be doing our bit toward Naval Air Station and Fleet Air ) U. S. Naval Hospital..
keeping the Fleet ready for action" place its ninth candle on the
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Jacksonville officials will gathera A chronological: report :
Hear Adm. John II. Cassady, USN birthday cake, history howsth.t Air News files shows that President
in the conference
Commander, Fleet Air Jacksonville day advance it was on October 15, 1940 Roosevelt signed the bill for
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"On 13 October 1949 the Naval Air Station: Jacksonville building Friday at 1300 to participate Naval Aviation. Construction be- 1939; Contracts were let in Miy
will observe the ninth anniversary of its commissioning It is in the traditional "cakecutting" 1940. The first planes were 'u-
f" this time to review the activities gan in 1939; when the land was
considered appropriate at signed in July 1940 and the station
which: have been instrumental in the growth of this: Station. ceremony.In acquired from the Duval Airbase was formally commissionedat
*-Its role began by training Aviation Cadets who were to be- its nine years NAS Jacksonville Authority after local citi- high noon, Oct. 15 with Capt
0 / con'teour fighting naval aviation pilots and who bore the has risen to, become one tens voted to issue $1,000,000 in Charles P. Mason as first: commandant
: brunt of the fighting in the early days of World War II. During of the most important air stations bonds to purchase the necessary ,
the War, combat exeprienced pilots were returned to in the Navy. Today it can acreage in addition to' old Camp -x-
Jacksonville as instructors to teach combat techniques: to the Foster: Since the beginning much
rhore advanced students. Combat aircrewmen were also trainedfor be referred to as the Navy'splane has been spent here in construc- Air News Moves
their vital duties in handling the flexible guns of the air capital of the nation.A tion and equipment. During the
craft. After the war strong emphasis was placed on advanced most important step in the days when it was a training base.
training in readying newly designated naval aviators for their development of the Naval Air 11,000 Naval aviators were trained Editorial OfficesThe
place in the fleet. Refresher training was also conducted for here as well -as 10,000 air
those naval aviators who had by necesssity been away from Station was advanced just a little crewmen. It has been the headquaiters Ja< Air News editor!,il
active flying in type aircraft for a period of time. Within the less than a year ago, November of the Naval Air Operational office is moving into its new
past year this Station has taken on and in its stride an en- 1948, when, Fleet Air Jacksonvillewas I I Training Command (later quarters today in room 12.1n
tirely different task-that of a major fleet aviation operating established. Originally the changed to Advanced Training the first deck of the Administration
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, f base, This new role ha not been necessarily difficult due primarily base was one of three laid out i' Command), the Seventh Naval building
g, to its previous years of efficiency production safety, from the beginning for .air purposes District, and a huge Naval AirTechnical Formerly located in building
and quality of training. This Station will continue to'mamtain and that plan came into Training Center 931): the JHK Air News office :\
a traditional record of achievement in keeping with the highest realization with the establishment Located aboard the Naval Air will function from its new home R
5. '1' standards of the naval service. As in the past, devotion t<. of Fleet Air Jacksonville Station, commanded by Capt. Alvin I hereon, The phone extension remains
Fti.. duty, initiative and the cooperatum of all hands will insure [deal weather conditions plus the I I I, Malstrom, are' the headquarters the same-81114. 'j i a
continued success." strategic importance and location of Commander, Naval Copy for next week's issue: 1H1\'
Callt. Alvin I. MiUtr.mi: USN to the Atlantic makes Jacksonville I Air R Comnunding Officer, NAS.. Naval Air Station the I' and Commander, Fleet Air Jack- or brought to the new office .after \.
ideal base. tonville. Located here too< is a i todiy.L ,

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,.' S. Atlantic Fleet, the Second Task Fleet which will include

"iO:{ carriers bearing five squadrons from Fleet Air Jacksonville,

is scheduled to depart for its fall maneuvers in northern

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display of Navy power will be on .
_.::<.:, carriers, destroyers, supply shipsof Fleet Air Jax planes will,,- provide .,.... I
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: all types and sires subma- cover for landing forces They .I.. )
t rines, and other vessels. The exercise off Labrador will last .'! :
.. ,f operation, known as "Cold approximately four weeks, '\vith '

\; ; Weather Cruise", will have five Canadian Army officers attend-":', I
squadrons from this area partic- ing as observers. .
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Rear Admiral L. A. Thackery '
pating, including Fighter Squadrons ,
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: 41, 42 and 43 of Air Group will be in overall command of
Four based here at NAS and the Oct. llth exercise.

1 fp'r.:"'1>." .",,..'i.., I Attack Squadrons 174 and 175, of -x-
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) < I Air Group 17 of Cecil Field.
The task force will employ all' All Hands InvitedTo
elements of a wartime force, plus
the latest methods of modern ;

warfare. The unit during its Enter 'Kongo'
northern waters tour will go all .
p f a out in conducting the maneuvers, I ,
with bombing, strafing, rocket | Poster Contest '
attacks, amphibious landings and I I
anti-submarine tactics, and I
K strikes against shore establish- A "Poster Contest", open to Naval .
ments. ... I personnel dependents, and civilian
The three Fighter Squadronsfrom I I Navy employees In the Jacksonville .

.. Air Group Four will be area, will be held in con.
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commanded respectively by junction with the three-act stage ,
BLIMP PAYS VISIT-The Navy blimp which stopped over long enough last Wednesday to disam-( I Lcdr. John P. Adams, Lcdr. J. I presentation "Kongo", it has been ,
I bark passenger Lcdr. A. R. McCausland, foreground, is caught by the cameraman just as it is about I R. Sweeney and Lcdf. Clem B. announced today.DE'scrlptive .
to lift into the sky again. It marked the first visit at NAS of a lighter-than-air airship. : Connally, Commanding Attack I I material and pertinent -
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Squadrons
data of the play for those who '
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Group
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Lands Talent Pittman and Lcdr. John E. Ken- obtained from Head- .
"Kongo"
NAS Gridders Big Blimp Sought *
nedy. I quarters In Building 135: -or by
I In conjunction with another

Make TV Debut Here At Station For Drama exercise, commencing Oct. 11, begins phoning November Extension 562.17 and The runs play

this time a cold-weather exer- I[I through November 21.
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Naval Air Station Jacks n- | The call continues toemanateand ; Sport --I I Style of posters, and Ideas of
ville scored-another first when i For Initial VisitFor i the search continues for I t ti i I II Sampler Is presentation will be strictly up to
it's football team became the I talent I for the forthcoming Still On Sale Here I I the "artist" entrant But, posters
first to be televised from the the first time in the his th e-act stage drama "Kongo" i iI must be made on illustration or
Gator Bowl with the play-by-; II tory of Naval Air Station, Jack I which will be presented at NAS Copies of the "Sport Sampler", 'j' poster board, measuring either 20 I
play of last Saturday s game sonville, a lighter-than-air airship beginning November 17. I the $40 bargain for $2 can still x30 or 22x30 inches. ..
with Parns Island hitting the the be had at the Ship's Service, civilian j
Navy's L.W2, made a Anyone--naval personnel, dependents Prizes will be awarded to the top
video sete in a test television landing here last Wednesday : or civilian employeesof l cafeteria Physical Training of- ] seven entries, with a first prize
broadcast: I' I disembark fice, Building 726, and from division -
an officer of the Sixth I the Navy within the Jackson- of four tickets to "Kongo" good
The game was the first to I Naval District at the landing ville area, who boasts of any officers. |I. for any night of the production,
be televised locally, but no one i ramp. talent whatsoever are eligibleand A novel" bargain in entertainment to be presented the grand prize
got to see it, that is, no one I and recreation, "Sport. Sampier" '
The huge airship did not stay welcome to lend their services winner.' Second prize winner will .
but the men at the controls of here in is a booklet which contains net two tickets while the
fact ,
long, just long in producing the play, pro- next
the apparatus who were test- disembark 18 passes' of admission to sports five will be ticket each.
enough to Lcdr. A. R.McCausland. ceeds from which will go to the I prizes one
ing "live action". ComNab staff and recreation activities In Jack Posters will be In the
6 in- station welfare fund\ which is displayed
Conducted by radio Station sonville, totaling $40. It can be j!
spection officer and lighterthanair used to benefit naval personnel.As I I theater lobby and also will be :seen
WMBR, the Jax NavyParrisIsland obtained now for the Introductory ,
Operations Officer for Sixth has been pointed out time In downtown stores. .
action was a test which Naval District offer of $2.00. Entrants must send their
then turned her I and again, acting is just but plac-
will set the pattern of many nose upward again as she glidedoff one part of a stage presentation I ards to "Kongo" headquarters,
more such telecasts, to be sent to her home base at Glynco, of this magnitude. Various oth-'I Cecil Skunk Hunt Building1135: prior to 1500 November
the the lo-
over waves soon by
Ga. 3. Prize winners will be
er activities are connected with j announced -
cal station.- --. --- I The visit here of the airship as the production of a stage play j I Nets 20 StinkersA In the November 10 issue -
of the Jax Air News
it turned out, marked a first ---such as script l writing
: and a last. It was the first visitof prompting plus loads of work hunt at Cecil Field to rid A three-member committee has
Comdr. Rynd a naval blimp to NAS and it to be done in costuming, and I I the area of a large population of been named to judge the contest
'I was the last official flight of still much, much more to be I Skunks\ (the four-legged kind) : including Mrs. H. F. Gingrich,
Comdr. McCausland and pilot of done back stage. A stage play has decreased the number' of incensed chairman; Lcdr. A. J. Beaudoln.
HeadsVF-132 : the ship Lt. Tom Young. Both requires team work, all the way critters, but the hunt still offic-er-ln-charge of NATTU, and
have since returned to civilian I I from the usher in the audience I goes on. Mrs. Kathleen Sutton, NAS civilIan -
i to the leading star. Precisionand Lt. George Patterson, Yard Se- '
life.All ____
One of the oldest Navy cus- naval airships are now be-* timing are not things of ac- curity officer, who organized the I
cident, they are a result of teamwork hunt, bagged ten with a shotgun
toms, a change of command cere- ing equipped with the new-type ..
mony, was performed Tuesday propellers which relieve the needof a lot of which emanates from long range. However, a USS Roosevelt Here -
Oct. 4 by Fighter Squadron 132 handling by ground crews to back stage. more daring member of the party,
of Fleet Air Jacksonville, with I bring the ship to a full stop.x Interested personnel are requested J. H. Bond, SN, bagged anotherten For QualificationsThe
Comdr. R. W. Rynd taking over to fill out the chit on armed with only a stick. Surprisingly -
command of the squadron from page 2 and send via Yard Mailto enough, Bond is still ) .. .
Lcdr. Quentin C. Crommelin. 21 More MotoristsGet Headquarters "K 0 n go", allowed he works.in' the firehouse where Franklin giant D. aircraft Roosevelt carrier(CVB U.S.S.42)

The departing skipper of VF- Building 135. -x- I and Its two escort vessels will
132 of Air Group 13, Lcdr. l leave the Mayport waters today
Crommelin, was In command Traffic Tickets following a three-day carrier qual-
since June of 1948. Under his Two Local Men Are CommendedFor ification training period.

command the squadron completedtheir I I Evidently not heeding the lessons Escorted by the minesweepers
training phase after taking U.S.S. Ellyson and U.S.S.S. Ham-
of others who have been
part in the bombing of two ves- prehended for violating traffic ap- Work During Hurricaneperformance bleton, the U.S.S. Roosevelt made

sels rendered useless by atom regulations aboard the station 21 : its appearance here Tuesday, when
tomb tests and also participated j :i I it took on planes and men of Carrier -
II more drivers were handed tickets I Two Fleet Air Jacksonville enlisted -
Naval The Air of duty during a hurricane
in war games. Air Group Four, Thirteen and
during the period from Oct. men, James E. Hudson and ,
and the sent evacuation of planes from
Group squadron was
Seventeen of Fleet
Air Jackson-
W. Mills aviation mechan
I 4 to Oct. 10. George ,
to China, Japan, Guam and Pearl the Naval Air Station to Smyr ville, for qualification .
Ics third class, of Attack Squadron courses.
Harbor before being transferred Eleven have been charged with : na Air Force Base, Tenn. The
training was a routine re-
1t Fleet Air Jax. I I speeding, two for reckless driving 135 at NAS have been presented AD3 Hudson is a native of Greer' ,' fresher course in carrier landings ..
and illegal parking, and three letters of commendation for he attended' Greer :
S. C., where
One of five brothers to grad- designed to keep pilots of
I their performance of duty duringthe .
each for having no driver's li-1 I High School. Ha enlisted in the Fleet
Air
uate from the Naval Academy at hurricane. Jacksonville's squadrons ) ,
Annapolis, Lcdr. Crommelin will cense and having faulty equip- ': August Navy in April 1946, receiving his ;, peak of training Night landing .
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report to Pensacola Naval Air ment. j r recruit training at the Naval and take-offs were also included in
Training Command for his new Guilty of speeding were Nor- ; : < 'Training Center, Bainbridge, Md. the operation.'
IIssj nmer.t. I ton Tumlin, HM1; L. W. Trous-' I Mills' who halls from Arlington, {----- --- -- r
The new skipper. Commander dale, AN; Ronald R. Brodgen, I Tex., enlisted In the Navy in October Said the lie-fly when he backed
Rynd, reported here from the Charles W. Miller, Adele D. Kori, [ 1946 and received' his recruit Into the lawn mower -"I'm; de
Navy Department at Washington, Walter L. Rhodes, Parker Hen- (' training at the U. S. Naval TrainIng lighted. No end." .' '? ,""
derson David Johnson, Max Martin Center, San Diego, Calif. :
D. C. His past duties include j -- I
fighter squadrons aboard the USS P. Marshal, and L. L. Bradley I NewsEditorial
Ranger, USS Saratoga, USS Hor- I j :" Jax Air ,

iifl, USS Enterprise and the old I E. D. Bailey and V. M. Seeley, : Office"j ;'I; r '
USS Wasp. He graduated from AOC, were ticketed for reckless ; South Wing, Lower Deck .
the Naval War College and from'' driving, 'hile Rose Kurtjian, ,
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the Naval Academy, class of 1938. YN2 and Brown Long were BIdg. J1 .. l
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-x- charged with illegal parking. and ra a Telephone Andrew II. Daney, Edit.e"f).
I Norton Tumlin, HM1; Parker
Dance At Anchorage i Henderson and E. L. Griffin were The JAX AIR NEWS ll published
driver's li- weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station -
caught without their I
; Jackionvllle, Florida, and print-
.l crew's dance for enlisted menanal cense. | id commeiclally with non-appropriated
l women of NAS is slated for I Faulty equipment was found i funds at no expense to the government
Friday evening at the Anchorage on cars driven bv Thomas E.I' and In compliance with SecNav Circular

with the Station Band providingthe i Parker, AFAN; L. W. Trousdale, ; f Letter' 45-1918 are distributed dated 12 December free of chargeat 1943.Coplei .
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music. AN, and L. L. Bradley. I I vc.-: the Naval Air Station, the Naval
The affair gets underway) at 2000 -x- Air Reserve Training Unit, Natal Auxiliary -
And concludes at 2330 with the 'I' Medico: "Is there any insanity Air Station. Cecil Field and the" ...
Rainbow Girls from Jacksonville among your relatives T" I GEORGE: W, MILLS; A 1)3 U. S. Naval Hospital. 1 "
invited us special guests. Refreshments : Seaman: "I'm afraid there I Is | Both VA-135 men were presenteda !
will also be aened.Policeman ; They keep writing and asking for j letter of commendatory remarksat the The Ships'JAX 'AIR Editorial NEWS Association li a member and of
Meritorious Mast held Monday
-x- money. I a -
the Armed Forces Press Sen Ice. Re-
\ : (To gentleman lit i Sept. 26, by Lcdr. L. C. T. production of material from these
tffilng home at 0300)) : When the ot-r' fellow looks that Niehaus; commandnig officer of sources must bear a credit line. Repub-

art you going at this time of ag-I way, it's because he's dissipated. :the squadron. Hudson and Mills service llcatlon publication of other matter I is except by
bight When you look that way, it'a because were commended by Commander, out permission of Editor lb'R\
Man: "To a kctuie." you are working too hard. J Curler Air Croup Eight for their JAMES F. HUDSON,. AD3 I I EWS.Page .
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Ancient Craft Of Pottery Bulletin



Taught At Local ClassesWith FOR BALI

Kiddy Coupe Baby crib Fold away
r. _,_. t>pe. Martin 2345 Post St. Cecil
72 'un i
only more shopping days I field Ext. 250.
left until Christmas, and with most I the next class scheduled to beginin Girls 3 piece null Size 3. Pho. ext.

of us with gift lists a yard long, two weeks. I, 3:38a Mrs. \V. C Smith
pick-up truck O0.
enrollment in the bi-weekly class Ancient Art .Tlmaquana to Center St (Left) Sib
in Ceramics here at NAS may'bethe I I I house across 110th on Center.
answer to the spirited but eco Ceramics is not a dainty art just Kenmore Vacumn Claner. Uused core
'I for women alone. Men are also entered $50.! Bohannan. 1368 Cumberland Rd.
nomic-wise gift giver. in the class. An industrial Full sUe Crib and mattress, Pair rl
,, ? '.All it takes is just a few hours i I I arts teacher from Jax I Fog Lights. Parlnl, 34.W: (Bl 1 Tsv
t-"of' instructions and a small feethen i I a high for St. Dewey Park Ext, 242 before
\school has received the Navy's per- 330.
such '
personally sculptured mission to attend classes to Honey and Black Cooker Puppies Excellent
4 pieces'.as beer figurenes i it' t I pre- bloodline
p 1r mugs pare himself to teach the art to I $20-$2S. Seen at
.. pitchers vases and ash trays be- 5221 Weslconn Mrs. Martin
students at the high school. Solid Black Male Cocker Pup. 8 weeks
: ,, \come yours to keep or give away :
t' ,. *M.RiftS.'Jflfc I,f As explained by Instructor Mrs. old. ARC Rd. Mr Registered. Scultl. 1117 Cumberland

'., ; By popular demand the Physical Rhodes, Ceramics is the ancient art 33 PI/)mouth. 5 good tires! $250. MIR.

rr Training and Welfare Department I If I lot pottery making with a clay base. Shrr\e. Ortega Farms Blvd. Rt. 4, .

f 1'' inaugurated the first class in Ceramics !(I Furthering describing the firing $ I Box 4768.
I' $ Large Elec. Stove. fltbbs. 3213 (iB)
,;-t',' in the Hobby Shop in July !'process of the kiln oven, the temperature L : Dewey Park Ext. 528.

of this year under the tutoring of I reaches 1950 degrees Fahrenheit Drill V In. HlRh Power. Electric. Includ.es -
with the fired ranging case and Bit. E\enten. -
Mrs. Zoe Ann Rhodes, who spent objects 1315 <(13) Randolph I St.
nix: months studying the art at the twice before the completion of the 3 Bedrm. houH,, tlec. kitchen. Cash
Studio of Ceramics in Miami. baking. Before the first firing the /1-T price reduced to $0950. 4616 !timer,
... Gobay Pho. 9-3807 after 6:00.
clay base products are allowed to :
Classes held and
are Wednesday
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Complete Set Watch repair tool 4007)
Thursday from 1000 to 2130 at the dry for two days and then in the .. (D) Dewey Park. Rogers EAt. 225

A Hobby Shop, with $1.50 chargedper first firing the pieces bake for Circulating; Oil heater. 55;: gallon d.(1P.
two and.one-halfjiours after which Small coal stove $.1. SIKermun. Ortega .
lesson or $9 for six: lessons,
plus $5 for supplies. they are allowed to cool for 10 I Farms MIR Blvd.KKNTFurnished 8-1257.

Classes are of three-week duration hours. The following step is thi'glazing A LITTLE DAB HERE, THERE-It looks easy the way instructor : I 3 rm. ant. Lights t gas (79:
which consists of the per month. 22.W Post St. Norton
with the present class one- I ap- Zoe Ann Rhodes, standing top left, does it, but the art of 15 room house turn. Slopping porch,
week old. All station personneland plication of a layer of liquid glass Ceramics becomes easy once you jet the hang of it. These students, I Bath. Large Front. 2H6 Belfoit M.

dependents, with the excep- with coloring. Again the objectsare who seem to be enjoying themselves in the present class of Wilson. Ext. 676.
tion of children who might', fired for a second time at a twice Furn. sleeping toom. Suitable for 1
younger Cramics being taught at the Hobby Shop a week
or 2 or working
| men :236J
.lower couple
temperature and allowed to ,
I be injured by the glazing toxic -- -- -- I
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cool for 10 hours before the fin-
1 a he invited and welcome to attend .
.. __ __ ._ ,fished product is completed. side.
I u. -- Pleasant rm In pvt. home Single or
t' ., '. :I The art of Ceramics Is not hard Weekend f double Mrs. Ix* Schultz. 1447 Avon-
dale Pho.
2-39:10.
After a few lessons, the student
3 looms. Single with double beds
UPPLYIDELIGHTS becomes quite proficient in scul- Riverside. 8-2384. Mrs. Benfleld.

ptureing pieces of his own choos- f Notes Mauler' bedroom. Kitchen 1'1'1\1If'Il's.!

$ ing, It's a hobby that can pay off! 'lIIint'j71t I i 3 Cox tm. Kitchen Pho. 2-2496.EqulpBreakfast N4..kr

from Stieet.Room Refined. Couple Colder .2638 College

ri
'' ,,' with Twin bed for Navy Cmipl
,; or two business clrl*. Home prMIcges -
NEWS CAPSULES-The most I"NflBTU
j 2 meals Mrs. Goodman 2fl3r
i "; distressing news to hit the depart Collier Pho. 2-6017.

I'., ment in recent months was the 3 room apt. Bath and shower, Modern
Kitchen. Reh Ig, Gas Stove Hanks
i of the automobile accident
'. report FASRON 58-This column was ; ;;-;; 1218 Challan A\('. :2-Oiffll.:! after 6-M: ...
I., ,. which took the life of Al- I as yet, "tentative" previously Nice front room In pit. home, board
> vin D. Cosby, of Tabulating. The I sorry to learn that Lt. (jg) New : indicated and no one need suc- I for mother and child. Will care for

!.::r.' department's condolences are extended ton J. Whitworth was involvedin cumb to panic at the present time. child\\alker.during day Reasonable 2-1109

.: to Cosby's Margaret an auto accident on the nightof there is to be if
7. : family. Actually little Master bedroom, double bed with box:
.: Roberts and Orville Booth the recent hurricane. Ap- any, reduction in the total per- I springs and Intersprlng mattress,

.I "r plan to exchange their wedding parently the accident was in no sonnel allowance of NARTU, and I I 1443 Avondale Ave,

t",. vows Sunday afternoon at 5 p.m., We were glad to see our PWO, way his fault and we're mighty the squadrons themselves will House-5 rms with or without kitchen
., Comdr E. J, Peltier back at glad he was driving and not flying equipment Butane gas. $85 without
November 6. The ceremony will merely have to get used to anew kitchen equip SilO"Ith. 1129 Hhmll.
.: be at First Christian Church and work Monday morning after a at the time Whitworth and set-up. I ton St Mrs. Cragar 8-2155
-' week's leave of fishing and rest I his wife were both injured but Small apt In tut home \Mlkensoit
will leave
; the couple directlyfrom That chief ;2591 Belwood St. 7-608.:!
theiri ing up a bit. However, we were : are recovering nicely. Which popular yeoman I
the church to go on If Ei.r
Herbert Ellis is to be congratu
i honeymoon trip, in the southern sorry to hear that he hurt his gives this columist as good an op- I lated. A Elizabeth. \\'sntt'd-A ride for <12. from Jacksonville -
daughter
,
ankle while fishing. portunity as any to sound off on I toward New" Orleans on or
< State. Borow- ;
: of the Serge
part I favorite ("Betsy") Myrna Ellis, was born .I about Nov 2. Will share expenses
I Wileva a topic. Many people do
. ;I';,' sky is coming to the rescue of i I Evans resigned last I to the Chief and his wife, Sophie and dihlntc.: Call Boudreaux at Fat,
',: .i i.IJ" Jax music lovers with the presentation week and Mrs. Lillie Simpson is not realize how very little extra i; Cecilia, on September 20. I I 724 between 8.4 3311 iBI Dewey PU.
'
< filling the in the Material I it costs to carry high-limit automobile Wanted to buy-Used porta't'trpt': .
of the Don Cossack Chorus vacancy .
I II In the September issue of "All, writer. Late model. Royal or I'nder-
on January 15, and the violinist, Unit. We notice Helen John- I public liability insurance Hands" is an article of interest to I i wood.: Reasonable. Phone 7-4748. Julia -

; :.. Mischa Elman schedule date not son is kept pretty busy these I as compared to the cost of mini : officer and man of the 1 I E. Norton" Unit 432. Planning
': yet announced. Borowksy also days helping J. H. Lee out in the mum coverage. Your columnist I I every Division 0&R.
,. carries "100-300" insurance on the squadron. It contains a complete Baby Sitter wishes position. Miss Cecil
expected to present a series of Personnel Unit while Olive Flem- discussion of the BO"'l"n. ...
i,... approximately ? 2245 Park St :r.4.
: .It, three concerts of young American ming is on leave. From Transpor- I theory that the usual 5 and 10" 50 correspondence courses offered Lost on Base-Bluck Corker Spaniel,

artists, to be held at the Friday tation we understand that Chief I coverage will not be much good to naval personnel. Completion of : Comdr.. Tuiner Quarters 1 Pho. Kt
' Musicale. The latter series Berry is now able to rest up a bit I if someone gets a judgment 3.WWanted:
; correspondence courses is required -, to buy-Blue Uniform W \long,
.
','. .... serves a two-fold purpose: To after his tour of duty at home I I against him for $75,000. If you before naval reserve officers I Lt ijg) Godwin. txt. 8012 and (o.iI6.;

: :.r opportunity for washing diapers and doing house la- --- -
provide an young I can be promoted, and of I -- ---
heard work. His wife is now able to ,
be
\ but talented hopefuls to I
\ course correspondence courses; I
{I.' publicly, and to provide a sE"rit's. take over for him. Have you mium will not be 20 times as II i earn credits for retirement. CPO's Charity Grid Tilt
1 seen Tom Andreu lately? He's high (as is the truth in the case'I'
: concerts at
; of a price more com- I apply directly for the courses ,
missing a couple of front teeth. of fire insurance), but actually I may
: ; patible to the average pocketbook and other enlisted men who are Set For N :>v. 12
I His theme now is "All I only about 20fi higher. Juries
; song
:, than having nationally I recommended by the CO may
, I are bringing in higher verdicts II
artists will want for Christmas is My Two
known permit. I take them. Any personnel of the The Jax Navy Little Creek
than
ever these days. Even if
.' Tommorrow is election day- Front Teeth. Jennie Kopec says you who be
: : squadron may separated Amphibs grid tussle Nov. 12
. a'- when, balloting will be taken for she saw quite a few of the Trans- think you are "judgment proof, ;I from the active reserve in the has been selected as the annual
i i.
:' :. the 1950 shop committee. The portation boys at the football e., have no property or money future retain full i
may reserve charity game {sponsored
which t ,
We can be seized, allowing an
I,'. (committee can serve a very help- game Saturday. were sorryto status by completing correspondence by the Federation of American
: ful purpose, when properly used hear that Jennie's husbandhas unsatisfied judgment to stand I courses from time to time.Mainside Legion Posts of Jacksonville

;rTM,:'. by the employee groups they rep- been sick and wish him a serious against you may have the most I -x- with proceeds from the game

resent and it behooves us to electthose speedy recovery.Lt. consequences. Your com-
: mercial and 'II going toward a Y. M. C. A.
ltd..''. whom we think can adequately Comdr. E. R. Foster, Jr., be business credit may LoungeFor I building fund.
ruined. You
.4 fill these positions. . Asst. PWO for ComNAB-6 is I real can never own I In an Unprecedented move
free of the lien of
r. Speaking of elections sometime still the No. 1 Coffee Drinker of such property And Relaxation last year, the station, turned]

.. ,. between now and the first of the the Department with Lt. Comdr.D. I judgment. when, years over the entire proceeds of the
hence
that rich
year, we'll nominate candidates I I'I. M. Rait, Asst. PWO, closing in. leaves, uncle dies and : If are tired and for Jax Navy-Fort Benning gameto

.. for the King and Queen of Sup Mr. H. T. Dent is still leadingman be you seized-for money, your legacy I a nice you quiet place to yearn relax, the Legionaires. The same;

ply-to be crowned at a Sham-I of the Coke Drinkers. The may good against judgment in .this remains i, square that whitehat and take I course will apply for this Yf'l1r'scharity
you I
March 17th. in the Fire
rock dance next boys Department
say state for 20 years. So don't get a short trek to the Mainside contest to be played
That should give us enough time they are anxiously looking for I 'Nov. 12 at the Gator Bowl.
caught with insurance down! Lounge, located in Building 955,
your .
ward to the Public Works I
to do this one up right. coming \ just across from Ship's Service. --
Oleo ( Dance. If it's half good the At of officers -'
Marvin ( ) Highsmith one as as a meeting squadron Available to all enlisted men
*.. t>f the future senior editors of last one it will be a huge suc on Saturday 8 October, Lcdr. i and their families and guests VA Data Available

.. Satevpost) has kindly consented cess. The Dance Committee is Victor Brodeur revealed to the Mainside Lounge is from At Red Cross OfficeSt'r'irt"men
... to take over Sidelights for the working earnestly and putting squadron the details of a tentative open
. 1000 to 2100 seven days a week I
I.
- while forth lots of time and effort to of
:next two issues your cur- new complement officers I
I Available are books and latest being discharged at
rent reporter takes his annual make the dance a big time for and men for NARTU so far as.it NAS
periodicals and a selection of who are eligible for Veter
trek to Yankeeland. Claire all. Don't miss it! Plan to be will affect FASRON 58. When' an's
records for music lovers. Administration services after -
Jordan is raising eels in her there. There'll be door prizes anda the new plan goes into effect, : '
The at the of leaving the Navy, contact
lounge, disposal!' may
spare time for pets.ROUNDUP nice floor show. Fun for all. there will be a substantial re- :
the Red Cross field
enlisted men who may get together director' office -
A is when Buy ticket from mem- shuffling and of
hobby re-arrangment
I your any
with their friends and Building 39 between the hoursof
I' I.,' .you.go goofy over something in ber of the Committee. Don't for- personnel. Many men and a few': I amidst atmos- i 0800 to 1700 :Monday through
." .i particular to keep from: going get. October 2. 1949 at the Mayflower officers will have to be dropped I family a quiet
I i i phere, js also available for wed- : Friday, to fill necessary forms.
Hotel Roof Garden.x the ,
from The
nuts about everything in general. squadron. :necessity I '
I 't'" ', ." :If. you need some exercise try for a complete shake-up becomes ding receptions. Personnel wait I Assistance in filing Veterans' ap-
1..tiG0C',! '. I takes the out of evident when ing for transportation to the plication for pension or compensation
;1 _It following: a rumor around. Experience Nothing ego t you con
''f.' is what you think you person like looking at photographer's sider that the squadron comple- Jax-Navy football games can also ,I for disability resulting from

> fhave until you ,get more of it. proofs of himself. ment of enlisted men must be pass the time away in the'lounge. active military service, Is Just one

r of the services rendered
'n' cut almost half. The | many by
T -- in
present __ _-j I !
:: 1, the Red Cross office here.
( I 16 officers will be reduced to 10. n ,.._ ___ _
One of the 3 associated volun-

o teer officers will have to. be dis .

D& associated. However there is a I TALENT CHIT FOR "KONGO"To

bright side to the' picture. Many

if not most of those,, dropped will I I : Headquarters "Kongo"

MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM be assigned to billets in other I Building! 135, Phone 562.

WEEK!: DAYS 1730 and 2000 WEEK-ENDS 1400 and 2000 squadrons or in a new NARTU i i I U. S. NAS Jacksonville, Fla.

.., THURSDAY, OCT. 13 "Staff' to be formed. Those retained i i

The Daring Cavalier-Featuring Duncan Renaldo, and Leo Car- : in FASRON 58 will be I Name .._._._.___...:..,_..... 'm, Rate or rank ..._ _.. ....
, selected mainly on a basis of I

rillo. FRIDAY, OCT. IS past drill attendance. The recommendation Dept. .:: Unit .... ...... : ...... Tel. No.I .
.
..".. BargainMartha Scott and Jrffry Lynn. of each man's .division would like
... Strange to serve with the tommitue checked below:
' officer will also be consid-
J. .! Playing at Student Officers Auditorium).
< SATURDAY, OCT. 15 SUNDAY, OCT. 16 ered. Scene Design Make-up Tickets Properties.

Everybody Does Featuring Linda Darnell and Paul Douglas. Every effort will be made to

MONDAY, OCT. 17 plate each officer and man declared Stage. Advertising Costume '" Usher Script

Arctic Manhunt-Featuring M. Conrad. in excess of FASRON 58's House .

r TUESDAY, OCT. 18 WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19 complement in an available billet I

Madame Bovary-.Featuring Jenifer Jones and Janus Mason tlbewhere. The whole plan is,





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Four JAX AIR NEWS 13 October 1949




I xNavy.Falls Before Parris Island' 15-7 f .



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Ringmen PrepareFor 17 'Fumbles Blemish Otherwise Ov. (, .


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Team Match : '.

Hard-Fought Gator Bowl Contest :

At Maxwell Field I

An alert Parris Island Marine eleven handed Jax-Navy t: .

Jacksonville Navy's boxing his j I footballers their first setback of the season as they scored 'i '

tory will see the opening of an a two touchdowns in.the first half, and a safety in the final' ; '
other
evening page when next the 1949 Wednesday Jax-Navy VxwMOttOf period to gain a 15-7 verdict under the lights at spacious ;' .,

ring squad makes its season de Gator Bowl Saturday nitrht.NlfJHT .
_____ _
but against a group of tough Air One of the best crowdpleasersI 1- h .
Force: sluggers at Maxwell Field, I in the Jacksonvile stadium !t left end to go all the way" for'JaxNavy's '
Alabama.In only score. Ace place :
good form after weeks of kN this, year, the struggle pitted ;;i kicker Joe Buonasissi made the" .

rigorous and tedious training under Coach Don Jacka's single wing | extra point kick good and the;"' ', '

the watchful eyes of Coach { formation against PI Coach Ted score read Parris Island 13, Jax: 'r.

Jerry Hightower, and his assistant I Stawicki's formidable T, and _Navy _7._.___u_ __ _____
John Marx who is a former despite a case of fumble-itis
New> York Golden Glover. the lo YARU""I'K
which slipped into the tussle in
'.
J.'X. A\'V '''RIPI ISL.l'VIt
cals are ready to take on the formidable the first half, the developedinto
game 7 First Down
., : J.t
Air Forte team. ; + d an action-packed contest I3.> Net yald rushing l> '

The match Is the first of several Mnln< I 0 : .r',
S 14 Forward alempieJ S
which will\ prime the locals U o and playing superb ball downto 4 Forward passe passes romplet, I 0 .... ... .
for the Golden Gloves action the the final whistle. :'J0.2 Average yardage of punts 3.1 .'\..'& 0 n

early part of 1950. Heading the Stage Rally 7} Number Yardage (nf lost fumblex penalties 5t 10; ,'''' _.

quad is a battling bantam who 7 -x. After being held to a minus 12 4 Own fumbled recovered 2
seems to know plenty about the 3 Fumble lecovered by t'xa SLate
the first half rush-
yards in by
skillful art of boxing The bantamweight -
Jose Olivovalentm Ing, the local eleven came onto in the final stanza Pi's .
the field completely changed at Kriever booted a coffin corner' ;
by name tips the scales at 126 ( ."
the start of the second half and
pounds and every bit of the i' to Jax.'s two yard stripe out of .
poundage is loaded with terrific ended the fray with 65 yards ', bounds, and soon after' Navy's
y rushing! to the good. That, coupled Hutchinson intentionally grounded -
punching power. i -. 'oga,,:." with 31 yards passing gave thema the ball in the end zone on an ,I.

Eddie Martin 126 pounds and PUGILISTS iN TRAINING-Two of the several candidates total yardage of 96 while the' attempted pass and PI was given r

Angelo Zangan, 129, will battlein battling for berths on the Jax-Navy ring: squad are lightweightJack winners collected 188 rushing, ''a safety. i .
the featherweight class and Webster left and and failed to make good t. .
lightweight Buddy Hudgins, right The lo- any Outstanding offensive men fUL-
should cause their unknown contenders cals the campaign at Maxwell Field passes.; '
plenty of worries. Mar- open next Wednesday. the local eleven were Harry Ep- r
Fumble-itis struck time after person and Jack Duncan, who< "
tin fought with Jax-Navy before time in the first half with first snagged some difficult ,
passes
and has the .
savvy.A Locals Trek To Cherry PointIn one team tumbling only to have and Penyak, Hulsey and Junkie
pair of bouncing, agile light- the other eleven take their turnat three bilks who did their shareof
weights who will meet Air Force juggling the ball. Jax, how the ball carrying. Penyak led

sluggers are Buddy Hudgins and ever came out, on top in the in yardage with 48 while Hul

Can Quillen.\ Both are near the Search of Third breaks, recovering four of their sey was next in totals with 38 l't?
134 pound mark and while Quil VictoryBurning seven miscues and falling on yards. .
len entered the squared-circle eight of the Marine team's 10
Linemen who shone out brilliantly '
NAS ,
more than once over the fumbles. 1
past year Hudgins will climb in with the 15-7; defeat handed them by Parris' in the tilt included Ben -
Following a slow first quarter Adams Norriss Thomas Sam Val-
to the ring for the first time in Island last week-end, the local eleven will take off by plane the Marines scored twice in the aitis, Ted, Dauni, who ,recoveredtwo

his life next week ,'I tomorrow for Cherry Point, N. C. where they will seek their second period. Galloping leatherneck Marine miscues; Joe Sinko

Welters Ray Hale and Aaron third victory of the season against a seasoned Cherry Point fullback Bob Kaiser: a hard and John Coxen. "
Crandall, both 1 47 ,"
weighing driving lad. scored the
pounds, are expected to give the', leatherneck:!: squad which} they bested _(,-(> last year.The Marines'185-pound first touchdown as he Jax-Navy scored another first

Air Force welterweights quite a Cherry: Pointers, though bucked his way over from the 3 in Jacksonville football history
jolt Wednesday evening.. Hale their 1949 won and lost recordis been stalling regular with the after a blocked Navy kick Saturday. The tussle: was the
NAS team, injured in lastSaturday's gave tirst in the stadium to be tele-
has left not impressive, boasts a was
a jab that would keep very them the ball on the 20. Russ
fray and be via;d. The was not released
fa stand tricky aggregation may un- game t
anyone at a distance while Cran-I i Mavis made the conversion and
dall which hopes to catch the local able to play against the Marines. but Radio station WMBR was
is no kitten when it comes to ,, Parris Island held a 7-0 lead.
Bill Molonskie. 1948 the tilt to make test
I off guard. All-Navy using a run
mixing it up. I i I But the Jax-Navy combo is I guard, picked up an arm injury Later in the quarter, BarnaHutchinson's on their recently installed t'le'vision '

The lone middleweight is 160 back to normal after the defeat in the recent encounter but is pass intended for equipment. "
pound Sparky Sparks a rugged suffered last week-end. The "B" expected to be set for this wt'ek'pnd. end Jack Duncan was interceptedby -- .x -
individual who has had his share End Chuck Moore and Marine Len Metkalawge who
sqi'ad which saw little ac- center -
of fight eXt priencp. John Mc- tion in the Parris very Island fray Jos Buonasissi were also on took it in on the Navy 48 and Linksmen Begin

Kay, often referred to by his took on a Green Cove eleven the disabled\ t following the galloped down the field untouched

shipmates as the Canvas Kid Sunday, and dumped the Covers Jtussel against PI but should recuperate to score the second Marine i
will be Jax-Navy's heavyweight 7-0 on their own stomping I in time for the clash at TD. The extra point kicked by 2-Ball Foursome
i in the initial match. The 214 grounds. Cherry Point.If Mavis was wide and both teams
pound leather-pusher has taken settled down to. wage a stiff strug-
his hare of laurels in the Although several injuries are Hulsey is out. Glen Schara gle until halftime. Meet This Week
past
hampering Coach Don Jacka at will be a possible starter in the '
While Jax-
fighting under I
year. present he hopes to hit the vic- tailback slot Saturday with i Petrevitli StarsIn .,
Navy colors early 1949 he .
: in captured Thirty-two top NAS divot-di.- ;
tory road once again on Satur- llama Hutchinson at quarterback. the second half. Marine
the Florida AAU heavyweight I i gers are slated to tee-off this '.
day. Gus Kinnear at fullback and halfback Ed Petievich started' .
crown and the runner-up ,: Against the Marines this week I Harry Epperson at the right half things rolling early in the third I week in the first round of the .' 1 ,_
the Jacksonville a'
Golden
.
spot Gloves in tournament.x the locals will be watching Wing-back post. period by pulling a fake punt'' station two-ball foursome golftournament >AM: I'.
I speedy Buddy Shephaid. a pow- On the line will be Jack Dun- and running the ball 54 yards now underway at the <,
-- er-driving halfback. Shephardhas can and Chuch Moore. ends; Marvin I from his own 22 to the Navy 24, :, NAS links. I'I'
Gene Varner Shines given other service teams Weldon and Jim Patterson at the longest sprint of the game. Leading the field of golfers It:

I considerable trouble when round- tackles, Joe Sinko and Molon- Several penalties forced the ball will be Station Champ Tony ti.
In Augusta I ing the ends since the beginningof skie, guards; and John Coxen or back, and when the Marines failed 1 Giego paired with O. B Porter i
Tourney the season. 'Joe Buonasissi in the pivot to gain another first, Jax took for the affair. Grego and Porter :<;

Paced by high scorer Gene Var- Hulsey Out I position at center. over the pigskin on their own 20. will take on W. F. Brockhaus and <*"j 14'
ner of VF-171, who registered a Th Cherry Point line will Backfield reserves who will Bill Hulsey. tailback and Ray E. W. Dailey in the initial round t ,'

perfect mark of 125 targets to average near the 200 pound mark probably see plenty of action are Hinkle fullback then carried the this week. ...* i":

take All-Gauge honors. Jax-Navy and the backfield tips the scales ace ground-gainer John Penyak ball to the Marine 49 where The tournament which is ex- < :\\i,:'
skeetmen walked off with sec- close to 180 pounds to the man. along with Ray Hinkle Chuck speedy spirited John Penyak peeled to cover several weeks p
ond and third place team honors From the local viewpoint Bill Rhodes, Chet Kimball and Don took the ball with superb blocking will be played with selected .\'

in the Augusta Open Skeet shoot Hulsey ace left half who has Whittaker support and raced around drives followed with alternate ",". P .-
held at Augusta Ga. recently. shuts to and on the'green.

Two teams represented NAS in Other pairings and matches for < ,,;....,
the affair: with the No. 1 team this week are as follows: W !
taking second place with a tallyof Glen Barnes and Chet Briggs \ V\
483, two clay birds below the : vs Ray Rayfield and Bill Zwata
first place Augusta team'wtO> ka, Clem Connally and Art Con- -
will battle Foster and
ners E. R.
nmg count of 485 The No 1 team
NARTU E. J. Peltier; Tom Hillis and
captured third with a to.
"
A. Busbee R. H.
tal of 409 clay G will meet ,1fL.
pigeons and W. E. and Bill '
f Dudley Fry; ftTJ ..
Ranking high In individual John ;
a i North will pair with Lloyd '
honors the Jax-Navy shooter expect e to play Guido Ruscetta and J.
to do as well if not better in Lescheck. i

their next tourney the Columbia B. M Jones and W. J. Hughes
Southern States Open at Columbia will do battle with W. G. Reed '
S. C. the middle part of this and W. L. Thorpe: ; B. S. Weber 'If rp i I.

month. who is paired with A. L. Bartens,": ,. ,
I ? '
Varner broke 100 straight birdsto will tangle with J. Reed and' G. ," +

tie L. R. Mitchell of Columbia I A. Turner; J. T. Carter and J, E. '.,
for high gun in the regular shootat Kennedy will meet C W. Nagen- "f", -/Li', .
Augusta then beat Mitchell In gast and E J. Baldwin; and Bill t*" : ...

a shoot off to win the Thompson McWilliams, matched with Joe .. -1
Memorial Trophy a 14"sterling Hill, will play E. H. Loftin and *" .. .
punch bowl. The trophy was J. D. Hicks. : t: '

named after H. L. "Brooksie" E. R. Taylor and S. T. Cornel r 1
'
Thompson of Ludowici Ga.. a uissen are pitted against E.' J. ', "
former top-notch skeetman of the Counsel and H. D. Borden; J. C
Southeast Sutherland and \V W. Tillman
region.
Bill Arthur, second high gunner OF TUB: FIRST LOSS-Although meet J, M Hirst and M. H. Gat- y

first fumbles f chell! and Dave Henderson, with
on Jax-Navy's team, 17 marred play at last
Charles Ditrnar will duel with
registered a 99 to tie with George
Hatcher a former professional Saturday's Jan-Navy Parris Island Billy Haas and Barry Helfenstem,

tnggeiman then went on to take fray under the lights at the Gator two sharp juniors .
Bill Foulk and C. R. Mattockopen
the shoot off and capture ClassA
Bowl, that didn't deter from the action. against A. L. Simmon and a.
honois Arthur also placed
1 C C. Drumwright; W. R Shoalts (....
third in the Calcutta. .r Halfback Kill Ilu-ley of Jan-Navy rips
and C. E. Het'bisofwill combat.
1 Scores of both teams were as If
follows I through Pl'i .line for a short fain In E. R. Rucker and Robert Minter; ;,
: R. D. Blyth and Bob Theil will ,
Gene Varner. 100; Bill Arthur top photo. The ]>ile-uu. on the left '
9d Herb Pistole, 9i Nick Galli- pair to meet Charley Miller and' : ?\ ':--
; ;
; '
;
tano. 9:>; 'and Wayne Eddll1 too, i just I vae v( tile 17 fumble W. R. Mattix; and B. M. Kaplan f / ;., '

and Felix Ballmger will engage .. ,',, .
96 MeKlrov
94. John( Barleon ; | .' w ",
C. H. Turner and Frank Ward in
96; Pendergras, !H, Myers, 92, and I'' the initial round.aae .
I
Kuicade, 91. .._- -






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