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Jax air news
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August 5, 1948


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ol.-6-No.: 19 -U. S, VAL- ::- AIR STATION:-J AC'KSOM ILLE,- 'LA---: 5 August 1918)

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J.\ New Fleet Aviation Center


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.;r:;"* ,': Will Be Develooed Here

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Elaborate plans for the expansion -
I ditional fleet air operating tat ill- fur (ctil Field and Mayport wire
and development olNAS ties on the" eastern" aboard. with not firmly established! it was announced -
Jacksonville and auxiliary every in JU'at ion that this mid that carrier air groups

v i. stations at Cecil Field will become, mot critical within would gradually replace advanced
the immediate, lutui" training units hero This Blown
and :Mn\poit: into a major
Y'J I While it was revealed that plans asserted, would begin on 1 November
fleet aviation center were .

& : made public this week by I Although the reactivation of

.. ...... ._ John Nicholas Brown Acting LT. COL. WILLIAMS Cecil Field if carried out is also
if"r; lI> at -
: set for November of this
I for
ADMIRALwERNEST Secretary of the Navy year
KI.\K: : W. L1TC1I, new Commandant of
Brown letter disclosed that plans
: the Seventh Naval District and Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training Air. '
SUCCEEDS BLACK AS I for the reactivation of Mayport
j' held his first Personnel' Inspet tion at NAS last Thursday mornI I The announcement of the Navy's call for action early in 1950 sim'eConrE'ssional
ing He IH shown (top photo i inspecting the first division of one plans for Jacksonville was made I
,:; approval would be
i of the battalions members of the letter from Brown to Honda -
accompanied by
inspection party. in a
HEAD OF MAD HERE I needed, The Navy budget for 1930,
In the bottom picture the Admiral presents the CNAAT Single- s Congressional delegation he declared would include a request -
Engine Safety Trophy won by Vft'-2, to Lt. Comdr R. F Thompson which was given to both Jack-
for funds to the
the squadron's Training Officer. The award immediately preceded sonville daily newspapers .. -" channel from the mouth improve of the
the inspection Station officials offered no comment
___ h__' the St. Johns River to Mayport, to
on plans, explainingthat
I construct aircraft carrier b'rth-
no word of any changes had ing facilities, and to make other
Ship's Service Announces A I yet been received from Washuig- necessary improvements.
ton It is expected that definite
I information would be forthcoming The Acting Secretary of the

Revised Special Order ListA I when details: are ironed out In Navy for Air predicted that the
execution of these plans would
the Navy Department and it is:
new list of local merchants who will sell available ready to begin actual work on mean an increase in the Nat'y's
: payroll here and that it would
merchandise on special order to naval personnel at a dis- the proposed project.As
I outlined by Brown the decision also mean the future position of
count through Ship's Service was announced last week by to develop this area into s Jacksonville as part of the Navx s

Lt. (jg) It. \V. Ilreault, Ship's Service Otficei. a major fleet aviation center was aviation shore establishment

Items not normally carried in stock bv the Ship's Serv- I based on a study of facilities needled would be more secure.

ice Store may be purchased under this plan with only a two | to meet the naval air expanprorarn Local Chamber of Commerce
anon! ,:; recently authorized; I executives were jubilant when
percent handling charge,:; added to I The revealed they heard the news Some of
by Congiess. study
the cost Service Patrons prlrri: Florida Radio tppliinrr. SJJO: q t
by Ship liberty Mrrrt0'",, off retail; .\\oni ''he said, 'an urgent need for ad- t. them hailed the plans as making
select the merchandise at i dale. Radio sale. 3619 I'arLrrr. \. I'Jacksonville the "San Diego of
the supplier's place of business- !0'e off retail; and )lurra. 11111 Mce- ave- :.-. the Atlantic Coast"
obtain an invoice or sales slip indicating I tlc ("';.,; .
<-, 'JO the price, and pay this ( MIIIMUNs: AIl\Krl: VV'<.lf'. NAS For BuAer Duty ,..
amount, plus the two percent surcharge -1'.1111.. Folks. shop, 'JI7 II("ell". l""o oil i Fleet Reserve
to the Ship's Service Store I ,.'lull. Comdr. Joseph E Dodson
Order I ( 1.lrrlll\oli-"ou"C'! Nrn'w vhi.p, ,IH O&R Officer here since November I ,
Special Department They
I .Main sired 10% nil retail.ulr 1946, loft this week Association To
receive two copies of the Special 1IIO/l.-t'\I., \ lair 1) \tMonroe ', "I I, 11 <:NIf' -",;:
D. C. for
Order Purchase form as a receipt trrrt. 10''? off retail I for a&hjngton, dutyin :
Bureau of Aeronautics. Lt. Col. Freeman W Williams
Presentation of one of these copiesto IT I IIT.n-I.: I I : IVaolrc' C.II u I hI. 5100lilierU i the i Install Officers
the supplier will indicate that Street, wholemil prirr; Ult/UHI I Comdr. Chester A. Briggs! executive assumed command of the Marine
furniture ('oni|>.in>'. '7011 N', )I, rile assistant O&R Officer, Air Detachment at NARTU last Officials elected to serve in the
payment has been made and the I
previously-selected merchandisewill \tinuv. wholesale furniture price, 71 ; VVc SouthernMholmalr ..t llaMrott. ). will serve as acting O&R Officer Saturday, relieving Lt. Col RobertA. coming year will be installed
be delivered to the purchaser hitlmitl. price; and >wlndrllrowrll m / until the arrival of Comdr Black who has been assignedto ,:; next week by the Fleet Reserve
The revised list includes the following /, 4100: Main Mr..I. wholesale i Dodson's r'lief.Although the Commanding General Staff Association and the Ladies Aux-
pricer.JL11. no definite date School at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas iliary.
merchants: r:I,r:Rs Hnrlda. Jeweler*, :''10r
AIM'I.I\M'I:X-R. r G* drirh ('urn- .t t'flnth :>Street; l lAm;,, off retell. ; has been set fur his arrival in I James E. Cundy, president of
pan, 1001V Adam strrt. Thor Mural l Jwrlr <;ump4O) III MeinStreet Jacksonville Captain Robert O A native of Macon Georgia':; he" Branch 91 will install the newly-
wathing mafhmr*. and dullwah 15 rf oft r.t.ii, dI'' Minter, now with BuXer in graduated from Georgia Tech in I elected officers of the Auxiliary
li-"fir)' iumpan), :201 I.aura :Slrrrt- ,
); r ('.wholmale mp.n>', prirr*; Rahrnleetrie +\rrrtHbolrlo Ij.I Iir... off rrtlili.)1t'1oJIThfl, Washington, is expected to be 1933: where he was a star on the I Monday evening at 2000 in the
prirr*; (ara) hllr Electric: )1.1001. !Shoppr, :417 the new head of the Jax O&R varsity swimming team. Immedi- : American Legion Hall at San Juan
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('onlp ") W start < ------ --- ---- ately following his graduation, and Lakeshore.
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he accepted a commission in the On Wednesday evening newly-
Marine Corps and has been on chosen officials of Branch 91 will
Eiimancafiions Photo
For All-Navy continuous active duty ever since. take office. The ceremony will

I During the early days of the also be held In the Yukon:: Legion

Cool1251 To Be Held III NlI.S Soon war, Lt Col. Williams commanded I Hall Wilson H. Sandefcr will suc-
I various squadrons in the South ceed Cundy as prcsl Jt lit, Clj'
An All .Navy Photographv Con' ,, son lid 1 pi 1111' to 15 Februarv. l tS. Marine ('ol'p4. and roast Guardon Pacific and was active in the Gua- Smith will replace Harvey E
test was announc 'd r'ently by Recitation officials; here are and oft duty; 12)) Landscapesand dalcanal and Bougainville cam- Miller as vice president, and CecilS
BuPers for members of the Naval now making plans for a station I architecture; ((3t) People and paigns in the Solomon Islands. In King will assume the duties
Servu, the Marine Corps, and contest as the first step in the customs; ((1 ) General pictorial. the latter days of World War II, of secretary! and treasurer foim-
the Coast Guard on active duty. All-Navy affair. Spurred jn by the All pictures, it was stated, will and following V-J Day, he saw erly handled by II Melvin D"MUI'sand
Simultaneously the Army and the overwhelming success which be judged on appeal of subject service in the Philippines, Okinawa Sandefer

Air Force are also conducting greeted a local photography contest matter, composition and general and Tientsin and Tsmgtao, The new Board of Directors
I. photography contests and an Inter conducted by the Hobby technical excellence. I China. His most recent assign- will be composed of immediate

Service Content will bo held Shop earlier this year they are Awards will be given to winners ; ment was at the Amphibious War- past president Cundy, M P. Stoph-

In Washington, D. C., in March, hoping to get:; even greater response at station and group levels, fare School at Quantico, Virginia, anz. R L. Kirkpatrick. II. E. Miller \-
1919, to determine the grand prize in this one. and the All-Navy award will be I where he completed the senior A. Szarmanski J. E. Gable. T

winner. A limit of three entries in eachof provided by the Chief of Naval course. A. Davis, W. J. Dobarzinskl and
Rules !;governing the contest four different categories has Personnel Grand prizes will be In addition to heading the MAD W E. Ahl Outgoing,:; board members
call for competition at shore stations I I been set, although color photo- awarded to the winners of the at the local Naval Air Reserve I include Smith J. C. Hall It.

and aboard ship then a com- graphs, including prints and transparencies Inter-Service Contest. Training Unit Lt. Col. Williams VV. Stradleyi G. i:. Parker, and i iHE
mand contest and then selection will be judged Independently Complete details on the contest will serve as inspector-instructor Wyeges.Refreshments.
by eight different regional groups if submitted M a separ- for NAS will be announced as for the "week-end warriors" of I will be served at
which will forward the winning ate category. The black and white loon as plan are completed and Marine Reserve Fighting Squad- both events, according to 1"RA

entries to the Chief of Naval Per- categories include (1) The Navy, the Judges are selected (Continued on Page 2) officials.

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patients muster at Red ..

Cross Recreation Hall 5 August,
at 1930 and try your skill. Mucho
games of chance at our gala progressive

I'F I Donald party.Thibault VA.P., Is

spending many hours making a
shallow-water diving helmet in
O. T. This custom-made plastic
helmet has all the built-in features

i iL necessary, plus a few added
attractions. Donald is a diver a

r Jkay,,, from way back and has owned
.. many helmets, but this one promIses
A to be the best yet. We are all
hoping to witness his first test
'j, I It dive with it.

Plastic photograph albums stem ..
.. to be the fad now. Thanks to the
t { < trusty vibro-tool, many designs

,,,;,'; i it I are being engraved on the covers
T. Nobert, CCS, has been working
an attractive floral designon
the front of his while othersare ,

t Birthday Parties engraving }Mexican, Western,
and various!' other designs on .
STATION' WAVES celebrated r theirs.

the sixth anniversary of the L. J. McCoy, SA, is constantly
establishment of the Women's rushing from one activity to an-
Hw'?rve last Friday Officers c other in O. T. His prize piece of
((right) marked the occasion z work so far, is a blue plastic ashtray
with a luncheon at the "O" with a modernistic design;
Club highlighted by a cake Although made for ashes" it looks
rutting ceremony. Lt. Ellen ,v i more like a decorative' ornament.
' Word, director of WAVES for 7 ::1 + S PATIENT OF THE WEEK -
N.D. and N AA TC, cuts the ;= We introduce you to K. Layne,
cnkta* Lt. Anne Warden, who EN3. Ward B-4 as patient of the
j\as teen ordered to Charleston week. He hails from Chattanooga,
S. C., as director of Tennessee! but most of his life
WAVES for 6 N.D., prepares to a s v h r Zak has been spent in the Navy. That

receive the first slice, i Above i is. he says, "the best! part".
Enlisted WAVES gather aroundto His tour of duty has included

watch Eleanor M Foley : New York, California Missouri: ,
: A S.
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CSS, cut their huge cake at the 4. Louisiana, Florida and the blue
barracks party Friday evening.The i Pacific. Layne says he still hasn't' ,
celebration this year not seen enough of this world: therefore
only commemorated the creation the future holds for him
of the WAVES but recent a fourteen more years of Navy life.
legislation which made them apart As for recreation, his two favorite

of the Regular Navy. I pastimes are dancing and

f playing cards, namely pinochleand
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xe cribbage. But his favorite

i sport is to beat Miss Beck in

cribbage.In .
SUPPLY case you don't know Layne,
f you can't miss him n& he spendsa
:; great deal of time showing the

SALLIESNEWS a, ;+ : : ward movies, and he is a 4.0 movie ,.

... operator, also.
Lj In 14 :years, Layne plans to ,
have in operation a tavern among
the hills of Tennessee.
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Kohler departs Supply-life August dar called women's intuition .
syetem -
l!th for Pennsylvania where she'll Airline Tickets I III
learn to be a Yankee Special ? Well, whether ;you believeit Lt. Col.

privileges: To Clara Speer, who or not (and we understand the CHAPLAINS'CORNER I II Delivered AboardAll I "
induced the bus driver recently to psychology professor now lecturing II (Continued from Page 1)
top long enough for her to get I station personnel, including ron. 144,
board has to
on quite a bit I
oft and mail a letter, then hop j civilian employees, are now able Lt Col. Black, who built up
back on Higher education: say about this) there are some I ; to obtain tickets and reservationsto VMF-144 from a mere idea to a
I. mighty striking examples of its I travel crack fighting squadron which
Dan Sharpe pouring over the I via air to any point in
pages of "Personal Romances" operation. For example, Hector RELIGIOUS FOUNDATION the United States and to all International boasts a long waiting list of men

Lexie Courson has a new, Hidalgo's wife told him I at the loon MARRIAGE locations without visiting anxious to join, is a graduate of
I time in Texas that she I the Naval
they were ) the Central Office in Academy at Annapolis
glan H>n- her first The Clyde town, it
was sure something was wrong Marriage has been influencedby A Pennsylvanian, he served during
Whit akere i Supplyers' manager) ; was announced this week by W al-
week-ending at Silver Glen Lake with a member of her family (the religion through all the ages ''ter E. Long, a member of the Air the war on Guadalcanal and
I family was here). Within a dayor Early in life, the church beginsto Traffic Conference of America : Okinawa.
Softball Stadium at
tonight: letter confirmed the mold the child's attitudes to-
so, a
Long represents Eastern Air Lines t tI
2 p. m. Rained-out game I that mother ward God others! and the NEW
thought, stating her I meaning National Air Lines, Delta AirLines HOSPITAL :EXEC
Overheard: Two Supply femmes had just undergone an opera- of life.Outside I I .
Florida Air Ways and connecting '''
talking about another ""She claims I tion And Mrs. M. I. Bailey I the school, the Churchis I!I carriers. II )If':
she eats like a bird, said one
tells about the time her husbandwas the largest organization which "
"Yeah," replied the other, "and I about to enter a business venture I i I attempts to guide the standardsand As an added kervice, the tickets I f;:,:: \
1 know which bird-the which she had a. hunch was attitudes of youth. It not only I will be delivered to any location ",J '
1 the station free of I .
NEWCOMERS. on charge.
pelican''j none too savory. Following partof ;: oversees their spiritual develop- ;\ \
:, Long can be reached at the Civil
the welcoming day for her intuition, but not all of it, ment but also teaches them how I II
i aft. (If new Supplyers, he was able to salvage out of to use such positive forces as love, Readjustment Office, Building VI6. ,
on the station for the first time, extension 233, between the hours !
the deal only that where he had faith, confidence, and service in
and quite a few from other departments of 0930 and 1030 and 1300 and
followed her advice; the rest wasa everyday living. I 3
: at NAS. A very few loss Bertha Mehlman relat- | Where the church reaches into 1400, Monday through Friday. I
even' were here before. Most of ed that one time she was workingin the home and influences parents ,

them went to control, however, I the garden when suddenly she and children, it creates an atmos- I SEA) Goods which are '

and included Margaret Bennett was sure something was going to phere conducive to good personality thrown overboard to lighten a' !
Carolyn Bragg, Betty L. Colgan, happen In ten minutes she received -I development. In such homes, vessel are called j jetsam. *
:Minnie L. Collins, George G. Davis i
a telephone call to meet children develop wholesome atti- -
Jake C. Cates, Margaret M. someone on a blind date, and they tudes, confidence in themselves, its best.! I ..,
Roberts, Regena G Sears, Dor- Chaplain Edwin R. Hartz
liked each other so much that cooperation with others, and a I
othy W. Touchton, and Maida E. they went "steady" until he was positive attitude toward honestyand ---
Williams Disbursing got two: shipped out several weeks later good sportsmanship.
Jax Air News
Penelope A Angelo and ClarenceB. As recently as last week, Ma Where religious faith is lack- .1
Tompkins: Accounting got two; I Perritt "got w feeling" that it ing in a home and where parentsare Editorial Offices '

Charles J. Cullon and James L I was unwise for her daughter to not interested in the church, South Wing, Lower Deck, .
Pi u den; Material drew one: Garth I go out one night. Peggy, her children frequently grow up with BMff. 9SO I ,
V Winstead. You're coming to I daughter, followed her advice, and the idea that there is no wisdomor"rACARL M. Dl'M-
a swell department, lads and lasses Ma tells that the next day she help in the universe beyond Telephone Extension-8184 IIAVLD assumed the duties of

} PC welcome! learned that the car in which Peg- themselves.! n they come face Arthur M. Greene, Editor I Executive: Officer at the Naval

SUPER GUESSERS. Do :you gy would have been riding was to face with a crisis and discover I The JAX AIR NEWS is published Hospital here recently, succeeding -
believe in that little built-in ra- badly wrecked. their own human strength to be weekly I at the U. S. Naval Captain Bruce M. Summers -
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insufficient, they are so often unable Air Station, JIt'kson'illtFlorida,
I to use! the techniques for and printed commercially with Hospital at Camp Pentlle-
mastering trouble handed downto non-appibpriated funds at no expense 'I I ton" Calif. The new hospitalexec"
those who walk in the religious to the government and in'' came to Jacksonvillefrom
tradition. i compliance with SecNav Circular I the !Naval Hospital ai Mc

| Actually, religion at its best I.a it Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December Clelland. (;a.
great motivating force, a dynamo -j 1945. Copies are distributed free ---- -

MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM that energizes the high of charge at the Naval Air Station -:
moments of one's whole existence.It : the Naval Air Reserve Training -
Movie: Wt"t'kc1a11730 and ? TIICiLSIAY"GALLANT II for service! ; the discovery of truth Naval Air Advanced Training
: LEGION", with William Elliot and A, Booth and insight and good living. Command, Headquarters of the At the Ma HUB ('h.iU, HirutiBkn0930Womhlp
FRIDAY Where such an intimate and I Seventh Naval District, Naval Road sad J'retco Mu.tia fa at Ana..e .1. .

"STREET WITH NO NAME", starring' Richard Widmark and sacred union as marriage is concerned Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, I' SeiN it*--(' i'lilln A. C.
Mark Stephens religion provides! a firm and the U. S. Naval Hospital. I Bo: >ei1w5General.
SATURDAY ANI SUNDAY foundation upon which a lasting --- I F. L.Wvithlp Albeit. Service ChapIrfln -
"B. F.'fl DAUGHTER", featuring Barbara Stanwyck and Van comradeship in love may be built. Th JAX AIR NEWS In a member of I 0930-Suniluy Srhool Small Chapel.
Jleflin. In marriage, religion supplies the Ship Jodltorlu\: l Assa-ialion and l<*Ile
the Aimed moires Fiens Seivkce. Htpiuductlon 01(10-Masi
MONDAY Home of the essential values to
<>( material from there laa'NMastChaplain l
"MAN EATER OF KUMAON", with Sabu and W. Corey. successful human Jiving It givesto nourtei must U-nr a vieilit line. Aepubllrutlon J. M. Coy)* will officiate
T17E8UAY AND WEDNI!$IA Y any man and woman in love a of other. mutter, except by bt I both M unties.
"GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT", Marring Gregory Peck and sense of social' worth and enables without ri'vlrr I publication EJlor: > b An outdoor Nursery: for small chllilien -
pviutlsolon of JAX
Alit j li maintained between WJOO and
Dorothy Mcrt.: \ them to express their affection: at NEWS. CIOO.Pace .

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4N.t-Tbl* wrrk's column i* drv td t. .taU<>Bkf.*|.*rs, the fall-tint active
duty pe r".DB ft tl at NAKTI1: : who keep the pi..... and fiM-ilitlr In rudi.t". for
thA lveek-end Warrior*. .Kil.k


Mack :Murray, our undefeated 1 to work aligning the necessary 4 Yk

softball hurler, has joined the steps to be taken for NARTU to .

ntation baseball team and should come into exislence"hen he reminisces a;

f bo clue to make an appearance on about those early days, he

the mound coon. A great deal of describes NARTU'S meager beginnings k n

(speculation has been aroused as as one officer one typewriter

to whether softball helps to makea one desk, and one tough pt3

man a better baseball player: or struggle to get a telephone.

vice 'VN sa. This ought to prove' SIGNOFF-The NARTU park-

the chance to find out, because I ing lot had a classy look the .

everyone knows how effective old other day. First Comdr. Schrader ,

Mack was on the softball mound I'| and Lt. Comdr. Randecker pulled z

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Mercury sedans -
this past season, but even more | up new
'' Interesting will be how this hitting I followed by Don Johnson in A LONG LINK OF parked: automobiles stretched for nearly half a mile down Roosevelt Boulevard -

pitcher does with the stick. his new Pontiac and Bob Dunhamin from the Main Gate early Monday morning as admittance to the station was cJt'nled'e.

!.. II The other day when we were his new Hudson. And; speaking hicles lacking the new station auto windshield stickers. Deadline for the new passes, was 1 August'

Yr" ,1" Ing our ears lowered at the'' of cars, have you got your new A check of the old metal license tags revealed that the majority belonged to military personnelwho I

r- tion barber shop we heard the \ "Week-end Warriors" decal for presumably" do not have insurance coverage. Under the new regulations, public liability and property

; i:. arbor at the next chair regaling i the windshield? They'd even make ''I damage insurance is required on cars owned by service personnel before a windshield sticker

: ai;J his charge with a number of sea a 1924 :Maxwell look good. will be issued. .

i'J.;' ,; 'tories Taking a closer' look, we

'J recognized him as G. C. Schott,

: an ordnanceman in FASRon 58. 1 1I Commercical ul1etin ] ISALE

:' We don't know how hot he is with :ffffEEiTf'g :

}: the tonsorial artistry, but it's Bulletins will be accepted until ptue has been filled. but nt

\s.. Veil worth the price of a haircutto i= = AROUND __ later than 1000_ Tuesday. Ext. 8280.
hear him tell how he learnedto 'W'Plans _.
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{ give brush cuts to Jap PW's on I 0 & R i Two Simmons mlln Beautviest mnltiessts stucco on block just ledecc'inted
Dou- Inside and out. Daily l! bus tetvlre) to
both In good condition
f friends
\ Okinawa. Don i worry" jir !
1'erMMinel & A.Jmlni..tratiuD- II II blr-ttd size, Jl?:"50 each. Mis Rav town, neat church ehopping' 't'Do
t" assures>1I aUU.tomt1l s that the sea 8-12ti tei. and school Also furniture. for
Dot DUkfcone t.
by all
y stories the house. I are sorry $400, Fold 4629 Blount Au '. Tlmu-
are on MONEY: Those were nice-size Seventeen jewel Elgin dt'luxe110 l'l"t/ *
r Yeoman Ed Hanloit Chicago to see Comdr. Dodson go and checks we received the other day watch, Just put $7 50 worth of le- quana Manor, or phone 9-M<31. If no
wish him the best of luck in his ansxxet 9-6i>60.lf46 .
I >abe c>n H, Including new cij lal.
flash and the who holds the )
I man -but they only toolt'dIS for a \'F-2: Studebaker Champion comtitfdto
new assignment. vIIi tell for M2 See Baines,
title of having worked in more little while. When we cashed themIn Hangar 116, Metal Shop. flve-passennet coupe, Radio, tieaU
; f 'offices at NARTU than anyone I Bridge playing has now becomea the grocery stores we awoketo 1946 Buick sedanette, fully equipped E'r. fog; /lights; and other ex tins.
r: fad We have started a game I looks and runs like new.llson/ Runs good looks good. 313! : ; else, was around last week handing the sad realization that a dollar }-
i here in Personnel at noontime 3&04A: Noiman St., Dewey Park. or pay' me $750 and lake over l'\ymenu. -
. "k; out cigars. It's a girl Margaret I with Mr. and Mrs. Martin, Miss in Jacksonville is only worth Couch and chair set, couch doesn't Fur further Information on-
Mary born here at the Naval about 28 cents.NONSENSE. make Into a bed, SJ5.llson. 3KHA tact E L. While 3417A EDyfcon St.,
ride Sweat and myself Mr. Jairard Noiman. St, Park Dewe>'
Hospital. Hope she gets to I asked Mr. Howard Dewey Park.FOR
lends a helping hand now and : Simmons day bed In good condition RENT
,:'i- in that new car before she's old
then too. if he had any "dope" on St.p.te 110 R Hoser. ext. 245.
enough to walk. For that matter Six-piece maple living room suite S':':5. Fh room bilck: bungalow! In Murray:
lately and he told to > '
Heard me ,
i "Glamour Boy" Warren ..,
Hill 'tlon. Will furnished
( tent for
we hope we get a ride, too I write Can be seen at 1335 Randolph St,
on some lady's program at 1:30: [ about myself for a change. NAS Older. }"0 01 unuinlshed for J75. Cull R.
it'ti to be of those I'
going one
the other day. He really musthave Mr. Howard, please, you know I Ice-box with 7* lb. capaclt. Also fan[ ,E. De nllln. 2-9785.
sleek new Fords, and Ed's goingto Two-bedroom furnished house en rlv.
can't do that'! Both In
Mr. "H" signs trailer stove. good condition
made a hit with the my .
front, bedroom furnished cottage
et One
the Windy City to pick it up. Mrs Cainev, 45<<<>2 Irvington
j leave like for afternoon
because she had the funniest lit- papers, Friday A\t', Jacksonville a No. Both t'1'llll'ally ciulp-
BIG CITY BOUND--Chief Bob for instance and wonders Located four miles south ol
tie giggle you ever heard. She Baby' sib and mattress. good condition fled
Duuham'e team won the recruiting was impressed with Psppy's title I where I am going. Could be a Mrs Piebton 10<>4 Bailn :St, main entrance' to NAS Phone Mr.
H. M. tellets. 3911 Orange Park
which wound at NAS. ext. 647.Baby .
contest up I good-looking) dentist -
out here and asked all sorts of anyway, In excellent' condition. Comfortable room for a mUI'I<'al1y-l

,' NARTU a short time ago. The ,, questions. Of course, that's just that is a good excuse! Phone carriage M 1'1. D S. Coicoian, fcH.I6. clined business couple. Inquire. at

boys brought in a total of :50 new ; like a woman! During the courseof I TRAVEL: Tiny is now sightseeing o.lot-dllom house with prewarelectlcallyequipped )J 1128 Rensselaet Axe. Mrs. Feel.
I Two bedrooms In home
large private
enrollees for our week-end squadrons l kitchen, cliculatlnt -
the Conversation, 1 didn't think in Boston and Gloria is with kitchen pihlieges.' Two, blocks)

: to beat out Chief Dickinson's't' Pappy was going to get a word in I! }leaving Chicago this week. Lamb blinds, ; and heater g<*iae.freplact't'nE'lian\ Apply' at 5050 from Alt station bus line, near rhe-

l team which brought in 40. Stellarperflormenp ( edgewise but he finally came did his sightseeing in his backyard Fremont Ate O. M. HlfchsmUh.. Points. Mrs. G. L. Logins, il06Dellvxood

: of Dunham's team, through and kept the floor. Nice I for a week but Is back at his Almost new furniture Including three Txto-ioom a Axe.ltmt'ntlth Phone j.159.:gas Steve
lib- (chads cocktail table, end table,
;. who will be taking a special '
speech consisting of the type of desk now. thiee-swllch loot lamp and miscellaneous Utilities fuinlshed. $1150 per week.
erty in New York for their fine courles onl ". Mrs., ) 7.
workers ) } Klckllghter.
'\ we need out here in AicetiMirlei Division! by };U/- ether Hems. Chahs. and tables
.efforts are "Blomlie" Lightfoot I
A&R all mahOKun) See Replce at4dO"C
beth Math-We want to welcome furnished
Herb Brown Ken Prendergast Yukon .St, Dewey Park upper duplex
I Welcome to Personnel Mary Doris back to the Camera and 1947 Buick conveitlble Black I lowmileage Will take small family or two tow
and Jay Campbell The boys are Gillis. Jimmie Logwood has more > ( chlldien. Ihcne Mis.
Optical department of the Instru- fully equipped price $:J 550.Ccnlact Holloway.
all to make a special l trip ) 2-4403.
going for him than Mr. Lt. Comdr. Thompson ext.
I women working ment Ted Mercuri .
Shop. now
the says Flxe-ioom house on St. Johns Rlv r.
out to Ebbets Field to see 255.:
Quina. Competition is the spice of i all he needs to make him completely '1"hl ee-plt'ce bedroom set Including front, south of NAS. House. partially:
Dodgers. Red Wiggins, who won
I life. I j happy would be for them chest of dl'aH'''. bed. and vanltv. fuinlshedould' prefer couple
although not on vlthout/ chlldten J73: month
lIPf'clalonorll., per S.
I ; Division : transfer luscious redhead into Spring and matties with bed. Also
by aBoy'elleFICTION a -
the winning team is also making ) Ito i boudoir chair110 Ith ottoman to C. Boardman phone 2197 OI1lJ'ieP.lI'k. )
: A deal the shop. tHe and all the .
great match Newlyuphuiateied 10 .
t the trip. A hypnotic expert from July.Will
of commotion was aroused Friday other wolves). sell all for $1(1(). Call at 1241B Furnished lovely. cccl home on lake.
"way back Red is to try Good tiah children welcome.' Located
going I -
when Mary D. started putting Our electronics technician is Hancock St., NAS. Mrs Granger.
miles from NAS
Eagle Eye Fleegle's "doublewliammy" sexen one
Mahogany cam as coveted outboard
on Leo the Lip and his a paper bag into the wastebasket still none too happy about his hull and 9.i hp. Evlmud foui-cyl) I. mile from Blandlng: Road. Follow
r and spied a live mouseon being so rudely and suddenly inder outboard motor Boat needs Route 17 to Orange Pal k. turn rlpnt
"Joints, Commissioner Chandler
the bottom. Amidst all the I transplanted but he thinks that some wAr k; motor In perfect con- at light lowaids railroad, turn' left
take note. at railroad to "Lakeside'lIIa" sltn.;
please screams of Helen Libbya and' he will survive now At least dltlon Combination cost over $4V>
IN AND OUT-Lindsay Fack- \, ill/ sacilfue for J18S: See at 4531 Follow signs to pal k. Ruth Dill
ler. erstwhile NARTU station- Mary and the boisterious laugh- he has his memories.. Blount: Ave, Tlmuquana Manor, or Lane:: furnished room. Axcndale s
ter of the men, the mouse escaped I I Have you noticed Dottie backin call Greene ext. 11j4! duilng workIng lion In a pupate home. One block:
keeper, has been seen behind the houis off PilI k. NAS bus 1 route and two
its and commencedto the ? : after 1700.
prison room Everyone was
gyro buses. has
city Room connecting
bar at the Officers' Club wherehe Hand/-l/ in wander under the tables caus as glad to see her as if Christmashad will sell cheap. Call Palmer, bath. continuous hot water, and
la now gainfully employed .
phone. Nice front orh. breakfast: !
ing a great deal of excitement. rolled around again in the 7-blfcb.
the art of mixing drinks. :
gentle optional. Call Mrs. Smith 2-3.t.:
Mary blamed it all on Mr. Hoard middle of the ;year.A. Horton wilngei-washer In perfect Cool sleeping room within two bks)
Our spies inform us that the condition
mustache he had shaved just and said it was his pet. The rest R. Wilson has gone in for i825.: reasonable Tunnt-j, & of five bus lines. Including NAS

of the day the girls were wary of fine arts in the photography line. Collapsible lealheielte baby carriage route. Business couple ot gentleman *
prior to leaving NARTU is once Continuous hitva.
; around the He the best of with sun shade 111. Also trlc'cleIn ptefeited. \ !
furry object ankles a
any spent part
4y.: again adorning his upper lip excellent condition 950. St'ecal I ter. See Mis. Sue Rogers, 1018 Barn
and kept looking into the taking flash photos
I evening St., Jacksonville.
Could It be the Tom Dewey influence Navel at Dancy
? waste baskets! to see if any more Night Blooming Cereus fect'nt.1 ville I or ext' 247 at Coiner room for gentlemen rely In

mice were around. Iln case you don't know Steel Ice box 1i() I Ib. CII tsAd'lion'l: private home Pulsate tontran.t. rea
Doug Cro<'ket, NARTU station- sonable. Call 2-4859. Brosky.
'I FASHIONS: Mary D. had the if it is a huge flower with a wonderful I vvlckei Thaj er baby : Two-bedioom apartment with ,
deeper and Jax Air News reporter factory made white "'fom. .
blues the other and .;dr. and it blooms.o l $65 month. Call. Cuctias
leaves! this week for Beantown day bought I ) and stand. 15;; portable electilc< I ext per 8217.Tworoom: Ensign ,
five new lovely creations. I bet at night. washer and witngei. J15.; \
where he will enroll in Bostoninlversity's apartment nicely fuinishoed .
I the blues scampered away real Did you know that some of the nei kerosene cook) stove, $ : near shopping ( bUll
new School of PublicDon't I
fast and won't dare come back 'I Instrument Shop 'personnel have rte Caloilflc gauge oxygen. f\\e'bul'-1 lines Call Mrs. eagle
,.elations. be surprised iffall's tools, $3; Galbialth 8 '-
for a long time. a very large bump of curiosity tIle "alfl"/lil'1t./ Tip-Top Two-bedioom bungalow rcmcnUnt 1oNAS
li8 the B .
press notices on --------1 : Newly constructed cf ct-rntnt\
about mother nature's little nets ? Inette See John E. Llndbetc at
U. grid team carry a Doug Crocket ; '- blocks $55 pet mosjh Orange> !'auleWASTn
-S ;a-n-j.iike Shop No. 330 AiR 'I :
\\ itness Decker, and Realty Co., phone 2261.
by-line Doug was employed by For Future Divan and matching chair $80: double

f", the Record-American there before Yours Truly peering through a microscope felt mattiess J10, three. bed pillows -
at the wonders of the $1 each. See 101.. .. Bums
.' at Position a* maid cook
or ty com
he entered the Navy. re.
hi.r EM AdvancementsAre flower world. A Bachelor's Button 123.'H3; Hancock St. NAS, 01 call ext tent colored woman References it
Comdr. E. L. James, Jr., NAR- J8t.
i no le!'s. Looked teal pretty, resulted, Leila Clock, ext. KM.:
TU Exec., will be leaving here in 1937 Plymouth with 40 motor newtoes Ride from Besent Rood two miles

approximately ten dajs. He'll be AnnouncedAdvance too.Guess and good paint job. WII.ell/ this side of Garden City. 1o NAS.
I who wants to declare an cheap for tush. Call 22S01Sultnn.. Woiklng hours 0745: : to 1630. Call
,.; shoving off for Panama wherehe's information on future open season on Mothers-In-Law? Roval tvpewiltei; late model KMM. Miss Colgan, County :U-M-11. after
no having seen extensive Call I 9t>:25. Mtikel.
stranger 18.K!
BuPers for enlisted Bill Steadman wrote from Japan
plans personnel -
I Kenmore upilKht vacuum cleaner with
service there prior to the Ride from" Rlxuslcle and Marturet,
advancement revealed and tells all the latest all attachments used '
was news. onlv three
near Fixe Points, to :o.
war. The commander was the recently by the Station Educa- j I I His letter is on the bulletin board months, Will sell for $40. U. H. Page at NAS. \Voi'king: hours IU51I lh3.
first to arrive at NARTU I Sites Glbbs A\e, Dee PaikTwo I
person Call Joan Magus KA.<2 '
ext. j.f4W; )
tion Office. Many changes will go for all who are interested. I and .half or
when It was located over at Cecil one bedroom house after working houis
Field. That's rather ambiguous into effect on 1 October 1948 and know all his pals will want to see Ride from corner of Pn&AAtt anA "'no.
will carry through into fiscal 1949. and lead it. wensten reports that the prices larls MurrayHIII: : -'- '; tii1: NAS.

because there was no NARTU Advancement to pay grades 6 Shop 712 wishes to welcome and conditions are so near the Working hours (>KO to 1630.) CallMr.
until_ ho. did arrive.. Then___ he set_ .. Sulltxan. ext.2..
.n. n -- --
I Iq' and :5 will continue unchanged back H. Otis Evans and say helloto same he wonders whether he hasbeen Job as baby slttet. Good references

but current regulations governing new employee R. Kimbrell.C. away at all. If cleslted. Mis Glandon 2-973.

.. Ship's ServiceContinued advancement to pay grade 2 will N. Williams! was out recently "Speedball" Spivak decided the Ride from vicinity of King and E.IU

I be extended to grades 3 and 4 as because of the death of his N'ail better than the Army so son Sts. to NAS.: Working house .
((+(() to 1630. Gene Button
( from 1'age 1) well. Quotas will be assigned to brother-in-law A. O. Hart)) he i is off on a two weeks' cruise. or 77678.

N. Adam. 10% 9tt retail Including Commandants of Naval Districts was on the sick-list too. You The mystery of the week was Ride to hospital area cf NAS. Meet

plan... I on a quarterly basis!, and advancements cant do that to us! again solved. Carlson's questionsled me at cornet of Ninth and Fruit
PHOTHiRAI'll't a J'U"rt'us .. Sis. N 01 king hone (4>1S to 1615.
will be made on the multiple I to the fact that he is installing -
It.. Art Mntli.. lob( M. Adam street. Miss 1Vey l le. eat M19 c-r 4-448.'
,.. ..,. J'% elf '....11. computation mark received on' JOHN Jr III.o\rLD IS JUNIOR ;, a 500-gallon kerosene tank. Job as baby sitter working; gill, college
HeAT: 1'IIVERSnrjr.t; "" Seat Covers. competitive examinations. It's hard to believe he has enough giaduate. Any evening. Call

1414 Mala "Mrrrt" 20% oft on lalallr Navy-wide examinations!! for rUTTEK; CHAMPION OF NAS I energy to sell kerosene. We'll just Gwen Meriltt, 2-7121.
l, 40 board u I' Rfglsteied or practical nurse' to work
% a
ad-I' John Dumbauld NAS have to that he
NI'OHTINO 4.O01IS; sport !shop vancement to pay grade 1-A ( junior presume! is going tom }6(1() to 24W. three or four

44* W. >orth ""street tti-lS% off i ing chief) will be held durirg golfer fired a 223 to cop the I to store up a two year's supply. nights a week Navy Wives Nursery,

lintril>rr. ltm ..irvl) ; harry flnhelnteia fall months though no specific Junior Putter Championship of Hargnett in the Cable Shop ext. 368.

4'mpany, >J3: Neat Hay "Mrt-rt" instructions! have as yet been released NAS Jut Monday at the station' now has some hired help tc do all Two riders from Southnlle S: tatm.
.. hours ())7(1( () 154U)
35% .If Jebb..r. Item only ; AII-" allter Working ) to See H,
Tire 4'orapany, til: Broad Mrrrt. by BuPers. Appointments links over a field of 36 entries. the work O. K., crack the Lewis lat Radio Shop Hangar 122.

8eab! ."''',,.rd motors w; to pay grade 1 will continue un- Jed Dodnon and Neal dray tied whip pal. Keep them in the salt Son student at Holies School desires

.ad. Usual Marlae C.Hi|>any, J*I7 Stale der existing instructions It was for the runner-up spot with 332 mines and lon't spare the work room-mate. Living near school: homo
Mr*t, CbarapUa ..&bo.r.l motive (rare school nOvantpgcs. Lt. Comdr.
each. bail
33% elf 111. stated. Jo'tt.d, 94i'JN1. ,


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Six Teams CompetingIn S Loss To Bullets Gives

Shoot TomorrowAt i .Q \ Green Cove Northern

Whiting Field 7ND ChampionshipA

Following: up their recent fine drizzle came down

successes in the Southeastern like a curtain last Monday

Lordship, and Naval Air : afternoon on Mason Field-

Training Athletic Conference ya as the NAS Fliers gave their

Skeet Shoots, the Jax-Navv: final performance of the 1918

bird-busters will defend the 1 1 season. Their exit scene was

Naval Air Advanced Training as depressing as the weather,

Command trophy in their pos s dropping a heart breaker to

session at WhitingField tomorrow soQ F iv the Green Cove Bullets. The

where Pensacola. win pave the Bullets the
Corpus Christi, Corry Field Northern Division Seventh

aufley Field and Whiting Naval District baseball championship -

Field will meet in a Challenge 6NF \r td and the loss was the

Match. > a 32nd for the locals agains

Members of the local squad who season total of 28 \'ictories'Jo'Jlt'r14
will defend the trophy at Whiting Take Two-Run Lead
are Lt. Comdr. J. A. Brough LI S''r Eddie Bouffard led off with a
A. J,,. Busbee, W. L. Arthurs, AOC i single for the Fliers in the home
H. Hartley AOC; and D. Galli half of the first frame and "Zip"
tano, AOC. Lt. Busbee is the newest : Wyman sent him around to thirdon
member of the team, having .j : a sounding base hit to right, Ed
Joined it after the Southeast V F N x NT' Back sent a grounder to short, and
affair, S Bouffard was safe at the plate.In .
At the Southeastern matches the third inning. Flier hurler'
last month, Arthurs busted 195 "Ace" Woolbright reached first
discs out of a possible! 200 to cop : Si : I on a Bullet miscue and went to t!
the Class B Open title, and the second! on a perfect sacrifice by
Jax-Navy: team placed second in Bouffard. Woolbright scored from
the Open Five-Man race, once second on Back base hit to halt
again recovering the George C the Flier plate-crossing for the
Miller Challenge Trophy from *
I day.
Tyndall Field -*-
Green Cove bats connected with
Chief Hartley copped second IILi S King; top three Woolbright's tosses in the
honors in the service indi- I
place Till: Jax soft row) G. E Dick- I fifth canto to knot the score at
vidual scoring;: with 147x150: at the I
two all Two more Bullet' blasts
Great Eastern Skeet Matches at bailers won the y M1M son, H. C. White.
.. in the fifth and Woolbright was
7th Naval District .wa B, J Gibbs W.
Lordship, Conn. Jim the
replaced by Daley on
Last June, the Jax team walked I crown last J. Linsenmayer, I mound. Another Green Cove
away with the NATAC title, out- week when they and }'. W. Both- : single and a Flier miscue netted
shooting a field of eight teamsto LS
two markers for the
I visitors A :
copped In the low-
two man
bring in a total of 1172 birds,
pair of errors by "Pinky" Higgins -
Once again the eagle eye of W L straight wins i er photo, Rear Flier second sacker, and a
Arthurs was good enough to take West ; Admiral ErnestW.
from Key
+ !k base hit tallied onto more for the
high gunman honors after an extra here. Members Lltch, Commandant visitors in the eighth inning The

shoot of 25 birds.. of the victorious fi of the NAS batters went down in older
in the ninth to end the game and
I squad are, left 7th Naval District -
t the current season
New Golf Shack On I.. right, i bottom left presents Locals Ix>s 1-0, 11-".

row* T to Cap- J At Camp Lejeune last week
Mustin Road Opens Smith, K. J. tam n Alvin I. Ward Whitten NAS hurler en-
gag cf in a pitching duel Thursday -
Werner D. J Malstrom, Com-
Next Week Says PTThe ti t with Bob Johnson from Le .
Shaw, R. A manding Officerof jeune, losing out in the< ninth in.
+ golf shack will move into Sveikovsky, and NAS, the 7th I ning. 1-0, The local lads had men
Its new home on Mustin Road I Coach E, H Carpenter Naval District in scoring positions in the second
opposite the "0" Club next week, I and ninth frames but couldn't
middle Softball Cham-
Jack Harvey, the station pro, announced ; ( ; pinh one Across. In the home half
yesterday. row) A. E Hay- lonship trophy ,I of the ninth, a base on balls and
Many comfort features have alaka, J. Hosa- M1Y. following I last three singles gave: the leather
been incorporated in the new 'I flook, F W. Ma' Fridays game necks their lone and winning run.
clubhouse. A Ship's Service snack v' I The marines tagged "Red"' Doll
Keehan F. A which clinched
bar will be in operation for the S 55 5 : for II 15 hits, including three
convenience of the golfers, and RetrieM, and I* V the series. I! doubles, to halt the Fliers 11-2, on
one wall will contain a huge fire- the previous day.
I .
place decorated with trophies won ; ito *
- ..
by local links teams. Lee McCluny, who was a star
In order that players may tee I i football player at Yale and an
off just outside the new golf -- - AIl-Amrruan in 1890-'91, was the
shack, the holes are being renumbered -' first man to use a cutback through
Number six hole will become -I Jax-Navy Defeats Key West Nine To Win tackle He later became Treasurerof
number one and number I the United States

five Included will be, also number, will a golf I Seventh Naval District Softball Diadem iEi''1F.c: Tl"3TT4)" Tr

shop offering a complete line of
clothes and equipment, and a re- Spotting more hitting power the East Coast champio.i&h oat s i I turn when, with only two base
pair shop.OLYMPIC, than the 1917! Jax-Navy Quonset Point R. I. The All- hits and a beaned batter, they
i Nay championships will be hold were able to got a pair ot runs. .
WINNER : Softball team that reachedthe f ': in New York during the wo k of The Jaxmen collected one more
. : All-Navy finals in Alameda 5 September I din the third and fourth innings

last year, the NAS i soft- \I Losing little time in getting I and two in the fifth to end their

} bailers blasted out a 10-1 win started last Friday, the local nine i I scoring for the day.
I I I collected a of walks, two I the
pair The visitors failed to solve
over Key West here last Ft i- I batters hit by pitched balls, anda pitching of "Dumpy" Shaw until
Yo day to garner the Seventh sharp single off the big bat ofMcK"ehan the fifth canto when they nicked s
Naval District Softball crown. "Beachhead to chalk the local mound ace for two passes -
The victory automatically puts I up four tallies in the home half and a base hit scoring three ,, _
the locals in the Tri-Distnct playoffs ,I of the first frame '! runs. A hit batter and iw, ei- i
scheduled between 16 and! In the second canto, the NAS : rora gave the Key West nine Its I II I
19 August at Dallas, Texas, i softballers_ lost a little momen- I only other tally in the second in"* I
k among the winners of the 7th, I I nlnl;.
8th and 9th Naval Districts Th'ictorious Pistol Team Takes -- --- -- I
team will then I
\ gn on I
-- -- --- --- Supply Civilians '
7 N. D. Title Last i

: Gridders To Don : Clinch Jax City 5 ,
Week In Match HereA I
\ 'Uniforms Next I II five-man Jax-Navy Pistol : Softball CrownKeeping

I team chalked up 1031 points out of
I the colors of the NavalAII'
Week Coach Says a possible 1500 to blast its way
Station ever prominent
Aiming to have his charges in'' Pistol 1' downtown Jacksonville, the NAS
top shape by the time the opening last Wednesday and Thursday Supply Civilian Softball nine DOUG CKOCKKT SA Jax
\,4e whistle sounds against Eglin Green Cove Springs had a five- clinched the City Recreation Soft- Air News sportswriter for the
..,; .... Field 3 October NAS ball loop title Monday night when .
-- on grid man team entry, and NAS Miami past two years, waved farewell ..
BRUCE \KLAN., who not tutor Don Jacka will have his boys sent a lone representative.J. the Florida School of Watchmaking to NAS this week as he
so very long ago graced the don the pants and pads nextf week A. Ceresna of Jax-Navy was failed to show up at the Lack- departed for Boston Universityto
NAS indoor pool with his diving for body contact work and dum high man for the match with 211x: awanna diamond. study journalism and public
ability while attached to my scrimmage.This 300, and his teammate, G R. Hunter The station civilian club coppedthe relations Well-known and well-
NATTC, was the first American week, the 60 local huskies totaled 223x300 for the run- first round bunting with only liked by both athletes and local
to have the stars and stripes have been pushing the charging ner-up honors. Scores of other lo- one load, but the watchmakers and sports editors the station .''''..
hoisted on the victory platformat machines around the lot in rain cal entrants were L. E Seversen the Horton club both had a mathe- sports scribe has covered such
the 1918 Olympics in London. and sunshine. Ball handling and 211; A, C. Abrams!, 207; and D.Gallitano. mathical chance to cop the second major sports as basketball, football
Harlan and his Ohio State team- timing have also been stressed to 152 round from the local softball and baseball for the Air
mate. Miller Anderson, finished iron out the usual pre-season difficulties Green Cove collected 833x1500 ers They lost thai chance Monday News, the downtown newspapers
first and second respectivelyIn points, with N. Armstrong get- night and the wire services,
the men's springboard diving Too early to single out any out- ting a 207 for high team man and Both the runner-up and third and has helped publicize station
Olympic championships at Wem- standing performers, the team on H. P. Johnson taking team run- place teams have lost four contests athletes In their hometown papers .
bley England, Saturday. The ex- a whole is shaping up well and ner-up with 193x300. Remainingscores this round, and the local Sup- Dan Ianuzzi, who joined \
bluejacket's victory gave the U will be tested in two or three were A. J. Stinson, 143; plymen are sporting a nine-game the Air News staff early in
S Its first gold medal in the practice tilts before the season Is W. H. Hubbl, 169; and N. Walters winning streak with only three May, will take over all sports
Olympiad. officially underway. 151. tilts left on the schedule. coverage for the present.

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