Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 2, 1948
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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I Hobby Shop To Reopen Tuesday

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"Not-New" Shop Will Have

Grand Opening Same Day

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The doors will be thrown open next Tuesday to a bigger
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_- _- and better Hobby Shop as well as: to the "Not-New"
.. '.,,1 I. b-No. 2J:] I.; S. NAVAL AIR ST \TIOX= JACKSONVILLE: FLA. 2 Sept. 1918 I Shop, it was announced this week.

----- -------- ---- --- --------- Completely redecorated, and sporting a "new look",

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N; q.- M'M sY..r .wyy{ vww. ",' t the Hobby Shop, which has been closed for a number of
weeks will make available. to station personnel and depend.

--- ents, increased and better facill-

Seventh Naval Located in Bldg. 913, near the
Post Office, the Hobby Shop will
tr be open Mondays through Fridays
District Passes from 1700 to 2100 and Saturdays
from 1300 to 2100. It will be cloyed;

Sundays. Included are a Carpenter -

t .g.... Out Of Existence Shop Machine Shop Metal

f I \ re-ortfuni/ulion meeting i M
Th.S."venth ;Naval I District isM the Hobby Shop| Photo Club
k 'I
ii : > mote Ette tue yesterday, it v> lll be held at the llolibshop,
1 i 'y
J 't. :,C' : ;\ was absorbed bv the Sixth :Naval : Kldjr. 911 next Wednesday

.: district! with' headquarters in "\ at ]1'!) L r i e I Charleston. S. C. In photography are I I't'nlng
.t a0
Seventh Naval District headquarters I' invited I.t attend
\w -
- -
have been located aboard
t the Naval Air Station for the past Shop, and Plastic Shop. Artcrafts

two years Previously, headquarter offered are leathercraft: woodcarving
were in ;Miami weaving, metalciaft, lapidary -

Rear Admiral Ralph Davison.Ohi. jewelry, and drafting. Clubs
>f of Naval Air Advanced I', include photography, model cars,
1i.ii, mug here, assumed the additional I I model planes, com, and stamp

I duties of Commandant. Sev Staffing the Hobby Shop wilt
,'nthJaval: District, when Rear be the same crew of capable instructors -

4. ....,. .;t Admiral, John Shafroth did not which operated the facility -
I ', : i accompany the shift of 7 ND so successfully before the
"S headquarters to Jax two shut-down Heading the group air
-, ---- ..,..........- "...-... ... mow........ .. .... .... -.. ago Rear Admiral Ernest years\\'. Chief Ted Newman and Chief
( :VPIIN .A. MVI-slKOM: :\(. ( "?mm ndm\>, Ofti er of :NAS 1"ld" the inspeition! party pasta Utch who succeeded Admiral Da- Frank Tanner. Others are Chief
I rlllllllttl"n II t men\ ii mi All <9 ,atllldHY'S I't-I ..nll'lllI"'r"\I"'I..n 1 the Facade Grounds, \'i tlherE'\ has been serving* Walter Reeves' Chief John Ar-
Fur ph t ,. ,,' aw ails< IIIjol" at Insp 1 tun hire I > pitf 3 both Commandant of the Seventh nold, Chief Al Hance, Abner Mon-
Naval: District and Chief of NA- row, Edward Orange. and Bill

.VTC. H,' is remaining at NAS as Cooper
Local Radio Slulion Will Air All head of the Naval Air Advanced A new stock room chock full if,

((onlimied on Page :3)) hobbv materials will be a featureof
.. the reopened Hobby Shop. Everything
Grid Tills at ialor Bowl
JJax-Navy will be offered at sub

Contdr. JohnsonSucceeds stantial savings to the hobbyist.
All! Jilt kSI n \ ilJ"! will he able to I IUMI, the .)Jax-Navy gt idIt'rS I The coming months are expected

( ill action till is Year for+ the lint: time :since I 1'XtAi Captain to be busy ones at the Hobby
Lt. (jg) J. A. Widman I
'tansi'ments are heing made with 'ufl l'ials ol station. Jones As PVVO Here Shop Station personnel 1 are expected -
to flock to the to
Assumes Duties Of \\'OBS to lioidcist) all Jax-Xavv: home games which are work on things which will make
scheduled at the C.ator; Bowl. :Some\ are afternoon games Captain Horace B. Jones NAS handsome Christmas gifts

Catholic Chaplain and the others are night tilts under the aics. Public February\ Works 1047 Officer, left the here station since In the meantime the Not-New
I Shop committees have been
Games with two of NAS Jack- busy
early this week for duty at Annapolis -
sonville's arch rivals, Pensacola | ium but they have not been broadcast I attending to last-minute detail'sin
Lt i jgi i John A.'ldl11on as- Maryland, where he will
and Memphis. are being played I over the radio. 'I preparation for the opening of
tin duties Catholic
sunu'd of serve us Public Works Officer ,
the shop Tuesday The PricingCommittee
Chaplain at bt, Edwar d's Chapelhere away this year. However. unless Of course, the public will be I Comdr. William S. Johnson
the assistant headed by Mrs M
last Friday. relieving Corodr I cost is prohibitiveOBS may able to see the Jax-Navy elevenin Public Works Officer !
broadcast since 1 Smith has been setting sale price:
M. who" has been 1111 I even tht'IItcontl'sts.! action Tickets will be I
James Covle again. on aboard }
Few teams boast coming in February 1946. on articles donated to the shop
I service can
will officiate sale downtown and '
for several Wt'k tie civilians willbe
has Jones
such replaced Captain as and tagging them for sale Other'
I an arrangement station of-
et all Maws at St. Edward's in' welcome at the stadium. The :
I Public Works Officer Before ladies
ficials out. Hut because com are sorting, repairing
the future. i I of Jax-Navy's the broadcasts will be for the benefit ing to V-XS Captain Jones served pressing, and putting all merchandise -
reputation on '
A natlof Buffalo, New York, of those who can t get to the stadium '
I'uhhc'orks Officer Peatl
: gridiron as one of the outstanding I as at in first class condition for
he attended St. Andrew and St.BemaI'd' 11 vee! the game, Harbor. the
service elevens in the country, I opomng)::
Seminaries in Rochester --- ---
WOBS has expressed keen intereat
ordained to the
He was r.

priesthood and pastor was of St.immediately on Andrew's 18 December Church appointed 1943 in I',' encounters Station The in last airing football time the that stations games Naval were grid\u l1. :1 ; : : : ': "

Rochester, New York Later, he broadcast over local radio stationswas : : ;
was appointed pastor of Saint! M I- lJ
back in 1944 when homegames ,, rf9 ;
phonsus Church in Aubul'lW were played on Mason ...* .., ,
York officiate at ht 'V.J ",
returning to I : < '<
Field. Lt Mark Bartlett of the
.. .
;.f" >
Church at Rochester : ,.
PhIlip1'1 ,, 'f .
Radio Section of the NAS Public "' .. .. >'"
'< :
before the Navy on 9 ,' ;
entering '
Relations Department. announceda <) .: I. M-
1948Following I :. .
August number of games that year. i t. : ii: .. '>>,. .
his entiance into the Since 194T:' horn games have t] :: .. ,.,,\ .
Navy, Lt. < jg I Widmnn was assigned been played In the Municipal Stad- < ;)<
to the Eighth ,1\ al Dis- ,
trim at New Orleans, 1 L '
awaiting, his transfer hue. Ar- ("a t ho'lw Chaplain, othciatmg at rt Z 1
ruing! \ aboard, the station last his fii-t Miss here last Sunday


I ,G t


the first time III ninny
l t r
months. a 'big-name' band will l a r st
jiiilo its appearance at NAs; > Wit 8 -- .
Alvino Rey his talking *;; .it ti
and his orchestra will play at "
lamsido Auditorium Sunday ait-
einoon at 1400. The nRiinilys -
}li.,duled Sunday after'mx n movie ,
has been cancelled to make j>.>ssiblo -

the concert by AlvIno I le' Baby Party

:>Mimlav night, the orchestra, will I
b' featured! at a Labor Day Blllh'uppt'r ;. .
t AV 1(1.; ( IU.: AM and cake Vt:
Dance at the "0" Club
:; pmtv was held in the DeI'MiderUs -
ThAhmo Rey orchestra ha.. Unit ot: the Naval e 3 '
played engagements in the biggest 4 1 e H":spital last Thursday ai'.ti t- < : : .'
hotels. night clubs and tllt'oi- 4 Jw 1'001in i honor' of the 3.000th
t'J'S, in the country J including su h baby born th..reValt.'r L.

lamed spots as New York's Hut'l 1 t'hllds. Jr, and his parents Sgt. > .
Astor and Biltmote, Chicago hotel Hnd Mrs Walter L Childs.

Sh.-.r man, New Yorks Paramount Among the special guests. were.
and Strand The>,tt'rII and Captain C. M Shaar, C, O ot

Minh.ittan( Beach Frank Dailey 'U___" the Naval Hospital Comdr :Vn .
;\1.'adnwbl'Ook at Cedar (:rove, N \l\ Mill. Ii<'V R. Smith, O-in-C of the Do-
.J I Hollywood Palladium, and To- pendents' Unit and Lt r nl..1 l ,
t "III Pole; in Boston the Rustic\ guitar al1d I 1 ninii huii-.< It as aj>-pt L :Norton C. O of the Marine \ '. ..,
( ibm just over the George Wash- at playing it as ho was in inventing Barracks here. Shown above at < .

...& ,nt: >n Budge in New Jersey, and it. His first proi,'ssional ap- the cake-cutting: are, lent( t to -..4 '
',., n: 11'\ others from toast to coast pear'am'f, however, was as a banJo I right, C'omdr Smith, Corp. A, p61i4ehrsY
H ipiUJl reonlmss an popn- player 11Phil Spitalnv '>r- S, !Iunt.>r', the godfather I i St.i I II
lusith! juke box fans and discj hestra, replacing Eddie: Poaoodv I Child, ;Mis. Childs, It ('ol l.
Y' K. ys. and he hall appeared in In 10TI 1. Harare, Heist playing at Norton, Km; Patricia :\1. Doherty I
u number of movies the Golden Gate; Theater in San and Chaplain F D. Hewitt .
M l',Sin )'s career as a band loader ,; Francisco, Calif r.. persuaded AI-j Jr. (Right ) The proud parents \ j

really began when hr invented an I vino to join the Musical ICmghU" : gaze fondly at the cause ., ::. J
el., tin t guitar at the age of 12 I as a featured artist It was: while of all the excitement while tlie '::; : \
year-., In order to improve! HIM in-1 I playing with H">idl tht h.. m.-t : infill'\ (>>".'* his present with .".....,
V nt' ,..11, h'1 took Ui' the !sttn.lv ,nt (('oft inued oft Page: :<) \v "nt.'I.I minim. .liul. .1'l his IHIII,' :,",.,


Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 2 September 1948

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ONE OF THE STEEL BIGGEST DINOSAUR pieces of equipment used by Public CHAPLAINS' I

Works is this giant Bay City crane with its 60-foot boom, being:

operated here by T. H Hooker. At present;, the crane is being L CORNERIn

used,to unload freight cars of lime rock, sand. and.gravel which are

,4r used for station road building:, repairing and parking lot sufacing.
o the South Pacific jungles,

one of the men in our battalion .

: devised a method of. trapping -

s : 1 V Via, rz I monkeys. He prepared a leather

I V bag with an opening at the top
Just large enough to permit the

I' entrance of a monkey's paw. At

: ,4" the bottom of the bag, he placed

.. a couple of peanuts and then
.of nailed the bag to a limb of a tree.A .

i monkey trying to get tbe peanuts -

'k a.'f would place his paw inside
$) : the bag and grab the peanuts

Refusing to open his paw the

monkey could not get free from

s the bag and was thus trapped and

t :.. ": easily captured.
Sometimes we find people who

t. "" : miss' out on the great things of

.!"" 'f' life simply because they 'are holdIng 1- .

1 on to things that may be of
/th145i'[ 1t'U'alue than a peanut. Because

their hands and life are filled with

> ; non-essentials' there is frequentlyno

room for the rich blessings that
could be attained. In the wordsof

sr.r ,.,' the "Master of Life," "But ._a
seek ye first the Kingdom of God

r and His righteousness and.n

rComme1 3 these things shall be added unto

you." ( Math, 6.33) ,

Chaplain Thomas G, Mitchell

Bufleth )

Bulletin wilt be ac f pled until space has ben filled, but no

Inter than boo TiM.(la>'. Est.; StSO.FOU .
At the "M.lU. (haprtft, Kirminliam
SALK Coach-t,pe. folding baby .n'la"e s K..d sad M.lla Area*
with. pad perfect condition Mrs I
1MO Packard 120 foui-rtoor sedanIn
perfect condition Must be seen I D. T. Gallltano 113bU Allegheny 09..,. Worship i! Service Chaplain \
359.Tricycle :
Road. NAS. Ext.
10 tIP appreciated. Price f 85. Phonefc0451 I A C. Bo>ei.
leatherette )
folding baby
alter J.@(). \\UUiil ; I J04S-.nel. tVorchlp Sl'nh..e-'hap.
Home' t>A St. Johns Ihe..f.ont., Imme curiae ext. ithioom 247.ll.17 heater $2.50. Week-end I' lain T. C. Mitchell 1.
dlatt'UpSrI'y, convenient to NASUo Nazal.Buick sedan In good: condition. O&'JO Sunday School Small ChapeU .
out Roosevelt; Bh d., turn left lin Catholic
V185. M. R. Fulton Z:>S Lake Shore
Collins Road. jto to St. John Itlver. Bhd or Bldg. IbO. Suppl, I 0700-- Joilil
turn right to home. Mi. J. R. Glad- OT3O-MassCluplAln 1
Five acres wILh i a Iwo-ottlioom" completely '
Notes .
in tllilZ'l71t J. A. Wl man will officiate
furnished and -
Elnia taller, 19' lone sleep foul, equipped stone house on electilcallj rx. utlfull\ I' at both masses.
fully equlpiied. $700. Also a John- landscaped piete of jciound. LocatedIn An outdoor Nursery for small chit
r*n outboard motor, 6 tip. $50. See back of \\. .a Nursery oft llmu-i fromNARTU dien'is maintained between 01)00!) And
kt 424 King St., 01 rail ;-';'02: and quana Road Has utility house and t! VML
ask lot CIC'f'ro.Wllsil.ln Located foul th -- -
I tar ge chicken house
machine In condition
guod house east of Seaboard on north I
Mm Shanlev, 134-IB Randolph St. side of Moth St. See Paul O. IA'I e. Sunday Services And

Five-loom NAS. bungalow Just redecorated mlah. Immediate occupant. Fun Offered By ChurchAn
011 u 100'x4u)' lot. adjacent to NAS. FOR KENT (This. wrrk's e.lmuti I* devoted to ktatioakrrprrii, the fult-tlmr. active
Completely modern kitchen. Call Two-bedroom furnished<< $75 per daty IN'r..1 at NAUTV "b. keep the pisses ..* furililMi. rr4im .. lot invitation has' been extended
James Crosby, 2101 Orange Pal k. month J l rt'seln Cull Mrs I has arek-end aarnun-I.l: .) I I'by the Young People's Fellowshipof .
B.by bed play pen baby rcale and Holmes at 2-7JS2. PICNIC i'Timolt! successful -
bassinette, all ieaM>nable. Mrs J. T.Campbell Single and double rooms In a pilMite annual picnic Has enjoyedby I ver screen, Robby is treated to a the Riverside' Presbyterian .......
\, 13-16 Cumberland Koad. home. Convenient to NAS ieaon- all hands at Camp Blandingon full view of the motion picture Church to servicemen and women
One-wlx! luggage trailer In food con- able. Mis. Schultz 2-59.W. attached to NAS to meet withthem
without his
dilion. Chief Abieu, eat S.8. New house with one bediooiu. all Kingsley Lake last ueek. No I ever leaving Sundays at 1800.A .
New' deluxe set of Encyclopedia Ameri- electric kitchen completely fut fish- I one took an accurate count, but are complaining that when on .
tans, including six volume about ed. Just off Blandlnic Rd on Clack j estimates of as high as 600 were they visit Robby now he v/anLs half hour of fonga and entertainment -
the war Will take $100. Lt. Stang, Creek Has two-tar. garxge. Mrs.l 1 !1 to charge admission. is followed by'supper
made of those attending. A vote
ext. :-JXO! Ebersol, 9-6537. at 1830. Vesper Services are scheduled -
)reliable washer In good uoikln con Apartment with pil>ate bath or will. \ of appreciation goes from all I ROD AND KEEL-Chief Rocky ,I for 19OO and afterward the
d tlOD. $10. Alv Thayer colUpklbleUiby hare house, utilities Included. In NARTU to Lt. Comdr. "Tuff "" Rivers is now resting his weary I
carriage (or $3. Lt. and library Mrs. Pur ls. 2-55141.: I recreation
13U Cumberland Road. the church room or
Coiner bedroom next to seml-pilxate I committee for staging' such a successful 'George where he has gone to do I Ii .
Two one-hall bedroom house the home of of the members.
stucco or block, just redecorated bath in a pi hate home. Gentleman I affair. Probably the only j a couple of weeks fishing. Rocky, I II --- .-- one- .. ---
Located :NAS bus .
inside and out. Daily bus ervlce to prdened.. 8-1162. on loute.Bramlett. I personho didn't get a chance totnjo'y !I who refuses to live up to his name Timuquana home. Mrs VirginiaHansen

town; neat church chopping (center Living room bedroom, and bath for the festivities was "Tuffy" maintains that absolutely the best I our other gal secretary' ,
500 1 TOO down.
and school Price 58 $
$65 a month. Also a bedroom for $S himself who: was' kept too busy' : fising in Florida may be had on favor
did the
01 ?)>50 plus closing costs to O,!. See really boys a big
week. Call J. R. Jlaiilton. 2-UHi.
Tlmu- a dishing out hamburgers potato 'the lakes rather than the rivers
Ford lit 4629 Blount Axe./ Double loom with pi hate bath and providing transportation for the
tUuru Manor, phone 9-9931 or !-& WJ1'iJJs will share home with congenial I salad, and baked beans I or the deep blue sea. We hope NARTU picnic. William Busch,

condition four-door with, Chrysler excellent wdan tire In paint good pie. Eula Hinson 4029 College St"l COLLEGE BOUND Those he makes out a bit better than I another civil service employee at

and ladio. Can be seen at 4425 Hiawatha Sleeping or phone room 2-3663.In a six-loom four 17-year-old NARTU mermen Sgt. Weeks of the Manne Ale De- : NAflTU, just returned from his

St.. in.. Ortega after 1700, or house with kitchen privileges: all who have done so nobly by theJaxa'y tachment. Brother Weeks believesin two weeks vacation. NVhete did he
call Williams, ext. 621. electric kitchen. Mrs. J, P. Tenne, team the string-tied-to-the-toe method of
swimming are spend it ? Why at NARTU
1.17 Zl mover house trailer, sleeps alx.
equipped with butane stove, tandem Furnished 5123 San ihtee-room Juan Ate., apartment phone 2-4600.withscieened all college bound. Latest dope is i. which proves effective only if course where he participated in

wheels, and electric I brakes. Frank porch and semi-private that Ray Trindade and Billy Clin- the toe is sensitive enough to wake two weeks of annual training

Register 2-8333. bath, newly decorated, near AirBase genpeel will go to Purdue, Char- I you up when you get a strike. duty as a member of the Weekend -
months old. $16.
EIt-eUic H.asttr..uJ'
Complete with vegetable and meat route. J. J. Dunne 2-4818.. I lie Carroll will enter the University -I j{ Speaking of Marines we'd like to Warriors :Mr. Busch holds the
Using room and bedroom with semiprivate
dishes. Call Mis. Truesdale. 95758. bath Will be available 6- of Virginia, and Tom Priest- I report that Capt. Ben Griffin is warrant of Chief Electrician

Eit-akUikt set ironing boaid with September. Jo>ner, 20908.Fuini ( man will head for Wake Forest helping the Jax-Navy coaching George Overby spent two weeksas
electric Sad rollaway razor.. All bed reasonable.and Sunbeam Mrs hed room next to bath withkitchen where his dad Captain F. W. i iPrieslman. ',' staff along with centers." Ben was 1 Ens George Qverby and flew

T. M. Delehaunty, 1407 Cumberland (i853It.Fiteroom. privileges. Newman 3- was skipper of the I'a pretty hot pivot man a few fighter aircraft heie. Ens. O\er-

Read house completely fuinUhed. football team 24 years ago. All I years back at Mississippi. Joe by who is employed in the maintenance
Two one CIX blue uniforms practically, one new.white Coat and size 1 am in the Army so tent of $!O plan to stick with the Navy by Kohten of VMF-144 looks like a I office as a civilian, plansto
per' month must be paid six monthsIn Week-end Warrior sure bet to pull down a regular :
..18 trousers 3031. Also Sealy box advance Immediate possession Ifdesired. retaining sta- enter Emory University and
springs and Innerspring mattressKleterrwjer. Pick up key at Satev'a Cafe, tus at the Naval Air Reserve activity guard berth on the St. Paul's eleven study for the ministry Robert
Park. :3422B Ellson St.. Dewey 2516 Main l St., Jacksonville.. o.r phone nearest their respective' this year.Ht'II.Hlsn. Crandall spent most of his vacation

Three chairs cocktail table, end ta- Six-room S-t<639. furnished apartment with schools. Folks at NARTU will be SI.'ICIU4It: any bringing/ his boat from Connecticut -
i>le. three-switch floor lamp and elect lcallequipped kitchen large looking for this quartet to render of you fellows need any masonry to Jax.
i.idio. almost new. Chairs and table yard, and s rage. Immediate pos- I some hot competition for the I work done at moderate rates, justpass --- -

oil mahogany.St Dewey See Park.Replce at 40070Yukon liesklrin.P. Three miles 2-1.T73 from NAS. Mis U.S.A. during the 1952! Olympics I the word along to Mrs. Caro- HEADS MARINES
1-inht:' acres of land In Dincmore.VIII Two small rooms coned ed with private and we're not just fooling : lyn Mclndoo the skipper's secre I I
Sacrifice for $:f(). Will also trade living room. One block off NAS either. tary. Our spies have reported that
'iwo. connecting! lots at beach for a I she did ;
bus Meals a workmanlike in
route. optional men only THE HOT =SCOOr SeymourVan very job
how trailer or sell them. too. Call
I toil*. 8-1260. Allen 93994.Tworoom furnished, apartment for Vorst' Toole Jr., NARTlTs building a couple of walls at her : ..
3r"'\6 Plymouth four-djnor sedan with working couple. Mr*. Shepheid, 2326 intrepid photog who also doubles -- -- f
ladio and heater $3CO. Gooditau.ext. .
Park St.Sleeping .
a reporter for Week-end
8335. room with double bed. Mrs. as Jax Air Hews
four 7((>Kl6 LIe Guard tire tubes In Buckland, 2318 Park St., phone 1 Wingtalk states that it's been a
excellent shape valued at $10. will\ 5516. 7.\\I great month for the boys. Yes yr <
lot '25. Can be seen after has Editorial Office o
Fm'llIdlt'd In a private home In !
sir, it's been a boy at the homesof
at 1413B Child St. NAS. V. M. Port- \'Ond"e, section. On NAS bus i South Wing, Lower Deck f
Tumbler AD3 J. W. .
Tommy ,
iirvwa.V'.tlker route, one block off Paik. Continuous Bldg. 930:
% baby stroller $5; "\..burl1C'l hot water and telephone, breakfast I Campbell ADI. F. J. Burden, .
kerosene .10\'e with attached O.n.fj optional Mrs. Smith 2-336. OM3, and J. J. Moore, AM3. The Telephone Extension8184Ardor
; ftainiec steel electric: washerand Large housekeeping apartment electric M. Greene Editor .' ?, '
wringer $15. See V. E Undo cooking and ptivale entrance Burden lad is the heavyweight of ,: :
ber? at Shop No. XV: ). O&R. Walker 23657. the quartet, tipping the beam at The JAX AIR NEWS is pub- :.-,; ; P
'cl6! Packard. four-dfJOr Super Deluxe sedan ,See eightcylinder. : at Nice room for adults In a ptivale 8 Ibs., 8 oz. Who says it's a woman's I lished weekly at the U. S. Naval *'"';,' < v
him Near ." AS. three duets from "
1J1AA:! Hancock St. NAS. Can be finuriCYd. bus. Eva Davis. 2-R86O after 18.10.WAXTYU world ? Don't answer that Air Station Jacksonville, Florida, / (
M. C. H> ne ,. question Hanlon. and printed commercially with .
your looms of furnituie Including! : t
four-piece using room suite plus aMVfnvry Ride prom St Johns Bluff Road and LOCAL ENTERTAINMENT -- non-appropriated funds at no expense
floor lamp, tAciu, and I Atlantic Blvd to :NAS Working Chief Mark Robinson says hedoesn't to the government and in '
0700 to 1545 F. J, Smith. OAR
iletk.j ; three-piece maple tw 5-O4MW after
426. Call
suite tiers with kitchen extra table single. lied torn and chairs mat- Ride Shop from Park and Avondale to NAS. Jacksonville. For that matter Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December ,;, *: ... .
: .y.
not later than 0745. Mrs Nevilleext. he rather it won't. It '.' ,
dish**, llverwai. and uUnelis All I hopes i 1915. Copies are distributed free "
for 273 eath D R. Anderson ;3fB : 8184. certainly would kill the best racket of charge at the Naval Air Station J "
I teach I )
Twin, St., Dewey PilI k. Tbree->eai old girls so can <: ,, ;,
he's had in Here's the
Studio couch with maroon slip cover classes In rhythmic pantomime Um- years. I the Naval Air Reserve Train- _
Mrs Parker 1I31B Child. NAS it eight plrls. Mrs, Hans B. Lud- inside story as related by C. V. V.I' Ing Unit the Headquarters of the LT. COL. A. L. NORTON succeeded -

Sx-n! :'*n house with lath 'nd running wlnen.teacher 8-1754 of piano I am an accredited the newshound who stops' at nothing Naval Air Advanced Training Lt. Col. T. C. Moore Jr.,

/. water. corner Also ol""110th>-IlOm. and houce.rvMown. Weal -. Late model light car Will trade '47 to get his story. It seems I Command Headquarters of the early this month as Commanding -
I lonrw-tt Sis House on 110th St. Buick with radio and heater In on that an open air movie is in Rob- Seventh Naval District Naval Officer of the Marine Bara.
l \Vlrw-f,kired. Ih'H"oC'ulohlcoft -u -h for It, Wilson 912. by's neighborhood and when the I Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, racks. A native of San Antonio, .--
j:*). S"e Patterson,4M.ne 2-1J52 2749 \\..tLake Jobs of references.ark babv-sltter.Ma.> ran Glandon.furnish 2-V719. shades of night begin to fall)) and and the U. S. Naval Hospital.The Texas Lt. Col. Norton was Communications -

Shrne. or | Navy couple to look after threejear4d the shadows flicker across the eilekt Officer o'f the
Mulching. dhan and rV>lr for VV) Alsoa i in.fJrl'
nc'ubHft'lt matlieeit and three < child during day Ute tent-free JAX AIR NEWS Is A member of Fourth Marines Second Marine
heel pilk/w.. $13. K. R. Burns lZ36B In tad room and living room with 537. Reward. | the Ships' Editorial Association and ,
H"n.- ,,'k St.. NAS. Mmlprivate bath kitchen privllet.es: A.)... hatl.r ..t 1"r..a ..110._, the Aimed force Press Service. Re. Division' at Camp Lejeune, N.
1')% Piyrmiuth iHidlneMn ,,,'ur'" In gsr.dc Call Mr Arrx.ld. 2-2345. drraars. .r aajIbiBg they M lontrr I I Ihatr production of material horn these C., before reporting to NAS. ,...t. .
n. tst.> Call G. B. Hi''''&. )1I .tI.IAXtOl'S sac fr f'h. l: still in g sadeusdilia I i sources must bear a credit line. Republication Col. Moore left in July for dutyin
2HHI IdJST-In Dcwey Park, small light sad WMI .. to pat Ibm of ether matter, except by the Personnel Headquarters -
27 house, trailer" with" (hit* mtttt-in I tan realer. A now. em to the nanw- of .p f.r resale .r 4.mmtt ttttm 1.1 I service Mttllratlona, Is prohibited Division
,<*-r. C. II. Horn. Sh.i> "!-t9, utter rallot, Call) Srt ijtUtrpr Marine the .N..N..." I MM.. |> .b..Ul ktlmgIbrtn I without 11 rotation of Editor JAX AIR Marine Corps Wash
r duo!; In tl nai 123 1 Bui racks, "110'. Kf.n. M Mrs. La- .. I". .h." in Isldx. !915!' NEWS. ington. D. CI .





2 September 1948 JAX AIR NEWS fa aThr


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'!'. Captain. Jones told us all fare- AROUND -

well Monday, and we certainly 1 0 &

will miss him His new duty will .

be TWO, Annapolis, Maryland. I A('<-eKM. >rle Uh'b.lonby Elisabeth f ,

Feel sure he will enjoy his new llauhThere's lots of news
and the station band for music.
I duty but that he will also miss I this) week. From all over the place Poor Joe wanted to put en a
this Florida sunshine. Comdr. came rumors an' gossip. Everyone -
clown show but his other partnerwas :
: Johnson, our new PWO, Just arrived seems to have had somethingto missing.

from the next office. Glad tell me. Gee, all this coopera-
Lt. Harper says he isn't lonesome -
to have you aboard. tion is liable to go to my head. I
more now that Mr. Starr
Pete Capps is sporting a new might get to thinking I'm a big any
has joined him. We should have
car, but he hasn't given the girls wheel or something.From .
[ the safest place on the base now
J a ride yet General Lee reported : the Prop Shop comes with two star safety gents.
tl in Monday from a trip to r'". C. word that Whitey Morris is the
Saw Jimmie Logwood standingon
ii.<. lookingfat and sassy We all proud papa of a baby girl. Con- the corner the other right
told Gladys O'Malley goodbye with gratulations, Whitey. this auto-
holding the Couldn'ttell
up light post.
tears In our matically makes a memberin
eyes. you
whether he was in condition
From Transportation, we hear y, good standing of the Triangle
1, 2, or 3. How about an explanation -
Chief N. O. Baird of the V-I DI- '< \. Pin-Up and Bottle Warmers Club. ?
vision is transferring to the Fleet Some ask why John Heath has
: Heard by the that
I' and : the fairer
Reserve planning on running stopped watching sex Lt. Comdr. Rucker was called
a chicken ranch somewhere in Jax at noon. Heh, silly boy his man- up
t at his home last Friday about 3
T. F. Andreu came to work .. ager has come to work out here.
t o'clock in the morning and had
with lipstick on his collar, or may- You know, some people seem
t ( I to come out to the base for an
be he said' it was ketchup :".., to have an affinity for trouble. emergency call. At least it wa

r Louise Bragg almost made a cer- '" Our pal, Mike, seems to come In a Joke, but what an hour to getup

tain chief have a smash-up the SADIE MURPHY, one of the Supply lovelies entered in the- for more than his share quite !

other afternoon trying to attract Beauty Contest a couple of months ago, gives us a last look atwhat's often. It seems that anything can "Butch" White is becoming
his attention she drove .
as by
happen to him and usually does.
been prevalent on the beaches all summer. Since Labor quite the card shark.
I Some of petting the men used are to having their difficulties Day is coming up this week-end, and this holiday marks the un- His coffee i It salty, his lunch mysteriously -I Engineering Lllibva llo>elt

new official end of summer, we thought you'd like a reminder of what disappears, and so on PEOPLE: AUK STRANGE: Mote

glasses. Some of them missed the you won't be seeing in the winter months. (All in favor, of 12 It seems that recently Mike I people ask me NOT to put their
front gate and were all the way borrowed bike from Test I
months of summer !say "AYE".) a Flight names in the raper. Yet, they like
to Green Cove before they realized to help him get about easier and
---- --- -- to read about someone else. And,
where they were. to save his already tired feet.
reader, how come YOU are read-
Maintenance reports Hot Spot While he the
stopped by Prop ing this now ?
... Johnson' (the welder) Is going on SUPit1i Shop, the thing never left his CONGRATULATIONS: Con-
two week's tour outside of the r/ Hospital
t. a ? sight, except for two short min- gratulations are in order for two
Naval Air Station (Geoigiat I .
utes. Feeling triumphant over the members of Engineering who were
E. O. Harpe ( Paint Boy) is spendIng SALLIES fact that he had outsmarted; the 'promoted to higher ranks in the

the week fishing down at Astor w ChatterPATIENT shop pranksters, he merrily rode I U. S. Naval Reserve Walter Morris -

Florida Mr. Ironmongeris I away. Everything went hunky I made Lt. Comdr. and Chat lea

; taking a flying trip down to OF THE WEEK: dory until he wanted to turn. The I Littlejohn made lieutenant Yes

the Everglades Friday P. M. He Choosing our patient of the week handle bars and Mike did--but the sir!

pure does get around. Says he's i not too hard task when : bike didn't! Does have
was a one anyone THE OFFICE HAT: Ask Mr.
going Just to take some snap NEWSWEEK 19th is the :date Friday.for Supply'sCostume November of the quieter personalities of this I any idea of who could stoop so I Hoard about his pet mouse who,

shots. ball at the MayflowerRoof. hospital caught our eye. There low as to do such a thing? overnight, ate half a cake of yellow -
Our Labor will read I I
Day Diary : This promises to be one of was much ado In Lansing, Mich- From Ordnance Shop comes soap he left in his desk. Such
:Mr. Ironmonger--Atlanta. Ga., for I
I the 100-mile auto E C. the big events in the history of. igan, around the year 1927 when quite a bit of news. Mr. Miles has "Cheesy" camouflage is cruelty to
races; I C. R. Gillis first made his appearance returned to work and new em- animals. Next, the poor mouse
Black Creek for weekend the department since there are to
Rogers of- and a Mr.- be favors, decorations in the harvest into this troubled world. ployee Morris is welcomed in to will go to the Chem Lab and get
boating fishing: the first five of work. Just which tastes the best
theme and cordial Invitation Spending years intoxicated on some of that high
a -
Potor Mr. I
Keystone Heights;
I' Fussell dog biscuits" or dog food ? powered, extra-kick alcohol.
Flirt- -"Pensacola, here I come" to come as your favorite /storybook moved .
How about it, Bill ? I understand
character alter- NEW: PERSONNEL: Engineering -
We to welcome Charlie : your
are glad there until the time he the that Mr. Chase wants
joined more help. welcomes the aeronautical
Skillern back to the Typewriter ego. That will result, of course in
1 Navy in 1945. Namely, of the fair sex. It seems, draftsman who transferred
Shop Since the trouble desk and Draculas, Lady Godivas (deelighted was
After boot Johnny, that flat tires are quite I II 1 from Plant Division l Fin-
the motor pool have set up officein ) and Wolfmen who wouldn't taking training at Floy
the Typewriter Shop, it's rathercrowded. | ? ), but there'll also be some Great Lakes, Gillis was transferred common Wesconnett.. Be sure berg. He was a fighter: pilot in the
to New London Connecticut :, you don't let Joe see this Hmmm, Southwest Pacific theatre from
Cinderellas, Prince Charmings,
However the
boys say I
, foot of and Alice Bluegowns, too. The or- for four months of duty. From ;i Farrar was sick again. Tch! Tch! I Ii 1940 to 1946.
-" they have! one square I
.PAC.'.for;Vent to the highest bid- chestra has not yet been selected, there he was assigned duty at i i I In think case you I'd are better interested check George'l In.lieelion l Group by llelt-n
r established -: Key West Fla., and later transferred -
nor the price of admission Burnette Things look mighty
..\t.def........y i but these items will be an- I here to the U. S. Naval I I I next door neighbor, hmmm! We 'II bright and sunny in the Inspection -
':).Ir, .udw.lgo..and Mr. Woods in understand that a certain ball club
nounced here shortly Again be- Hospital. I Office, what with the new
:Deaign ,receiyed orders to report manager has been ill. He has had i
1' Charleston Sho' will miss you cause of seating arrangements, a Being an all-American fellow, Police fever and Naval Reserve I colors on the walls and woodwork.
limited' number of tickets will be he claims his favorite extracurricular Makes working a pleasure ( 7),
011$,}:.:ttVetnon: Barefield will re- I chills. Well, anyway, your team ,:
ulJle.hin"Nle the obedient sold, so keep the 19th open for activities are sports. Gillis and the cool, green coloring on
hUBbAl'ld..lIe' to Alabamato the Costume Ball! EmbarrassIng excells in swimming andls an ex- I put up a good fight and it was the walls is very pleasant to the
going really hard to get them down. '
bring Tils*boss home this weekend moments: While working in cellent baseball player. As for I eye. Yes, our office surely has

Mr. Lawrence is well onthf' Stock Qontrol recently VT slippedout card games, like most of our boys Well, the Instrument Shop is that new look!
well of her kennel to ease' her ach- I here, ia is a "shark cribbage doing a bit of all right for itself. Sorry to report that Chief HughF.
to being a man again
way I
after serious ing puppies, whereupon someone player" We have facts to backit Guess by now that Frances Pem- Scharle is confined to the hos-

a'ry operation. immediately absconded with one I up too. He was the winner of berton is thoroughly enjoying her' pital because of illness. We hope
Hurry back, we miss you .
them and VT was "footless vacation. Mary Markham is back will be back with
Duffy Quinn returned from the of poor I a cribbage tournament held in { you us soon.
and cool I and frantic" for several panicky I the recreation hall. from hers. Hutto seems to have j I Chief.

mountains looking nice moments. She has promised an Gillis plans for the future toexe1'clsE" had a wonderful time while off II | Two new Chiefs are welcomedInto
Mr. Eckels vacationing I I
i and diabolical those few days. Yep, music does the this week-
ingenious revengeon past
his voice and
Mr. Brogden is wearing a very freely '
Jong face since the cancellation the perpetrator of the Joke, so become a clothing salesman in help you to work better. It's a' Carl J. Flynn, ADC, and WayneC.

: here's a clue, VT: You and she Ontario Canada. One other thing, proven fact. Has anyone noticed I Neal AMC. Glad to have you
(Jf.the Golf Tournament ,
? He aIm all the
almost worked together once, but he is swell in Murray lately both with us and hope you will
Ralt one
Glad to welcome Comdr guy case anyone
your schedules were: arranged so wants to know. other famous people wearing enjoy your duties as inspectors.Chief .
back after his trip down state
that one left when the other arrived dark glasses. His admiring public N. C. >\olin and Chief J
Found out that the strangecigar Linden is still just wont' let him alone, so he's
Cre8sM''back Dick I M. Dawson are spending their
aroma was Mr.
pink-faced from the episode of hiding. Snuffy and Smedley have leain Norfolk, Virginia. Home
from being on the sick list. I SeventhContinued
the mislaid letter and case of mistaken some large and slightly loud discussions and home port for these two Chiefs
He must have been sick since ,
identity, involving Dick in I on hunting and fishing we are sure they are enjoying
the series hasn't started yet from
( Page 1)
'I a series of unexplainable incidents plans. Do you boys plan to stick themselves.
Saw a leave slip go through for I Training Command. around this winter or will wfe find
Dan Lane is still looking for John Finenco, Jr. LOUDLY an-
:Mr. Megonigal. The fish must be I For the past month, personnel in duck blinds and coon
I an extra fan for the general wel- you your nounces that he is on the "free

biting. fare and "comfort" of a particular and equipment have been movingin hollows? I grocery" list again now that his

"bldeaweMRC claims a steady stream from Jackson- I Personnel & Administration-by i iI wife and little Beth are in Mas

AlvinoContinued she's buying her own'cokes now ville to the South Carolina city. I Dot IJh'kson-From all the comments I sachusetts. John says he is hoping -

(darn it!) Lucelle Wood is The move was pronounced com- heard around the assembled ,for and expecting quite a

( from Page 1) taking leave of absence until April plete yesterday group during the popularity number of invitations for meals.

; .. the King Sisters and married the ,; while she awaits for the latest contest presentations, it was very He will be available any time your
l eldest, Louise. addition to the Supply's outfield. tary for the efficiency-rating hear- good. Comdr. Briggs really top- table is set! Oh yes, he'll)) furnishhis

After leaving Heidt, they re- Junior- junior he is--will prob- ings Ray and Tom Forest, ped it all with his special com- own transportation to your

turned to the West Coast and AI-/j/ ably take up papa Frank's old po- while sojourning in the Georgia ments to each of the winners. home or meet you at any restaurant -

\ino became musical director of i sition in left field Meritorious mountains last week, took on a However, some of our gals shirked provided you pay the check.

.'.. ._ A station KH.I in Los Angeles. Subsequently service: Elizabeth Slade received square dance, but Ray reports | their duty when they wouldn'teven Chief J. E. Revier has returnedto
.,.t;!"" ..-...., he formed his own special commendation from IRD that he invariably ended up with i let him peck them. Thanks I work after a 20-day leave

dance band, starring the King for her superlative work as secre- the wrong partner or none at all go to Mrs. Martin, Mr. Warren, spent in Seattle, Washington.Sorry .

Sisters. Their rise to fame was -__" ---'- I PM is starting a rabbit farm: : Mr DrinkXvater, and Mr. Quina i your little boy is sick

meteoric, and within one short { ters, meanwhile, embarked on extensive I She has her first two and is standing j for all their time and effort. and Chief Moore. Do hope he will be

year the Rey orchestra found it- USO tours. After his sep- by. also to Joe Blank for d >t orations better soon.
--- --- --- -- -
Rtlf within the top 10 of the nation. aration in December, 1945 Alvino
again organized a band, the one I AWARDS AT SATURDAY'S INSPECTION _
r _, ......
'J .uuu.u u.m.m
W Alvino his baton aftert i which will appear at NAS Sunday ;
dropped : : :
the Japs attacked Pearl Harbor i j With him will be Jimmy I : t.

and enlisted in the Navy as a I Joyce, Betty Bennett, and The ..X'may

seaman first class. The King Sis- Blue Keys.

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Movi: WHktla3'1730 and 2000; v'f't>k-f'nd l*-14SO and :2000.

"SINISTER JOURNEY" starring William Hopalong Caasidy)

Boy .

z:4': BROOKLYN AND HEAVEN," with Guy Madison and

Dianna Lynn

"ARCH OF TRIUMPH," featuring Ingrid Bergman and Charles

i SUNDAY-Alvino JUy and His Orih tra-1400.

< MONDAY -----
'THE VELVET TOUCH," with Rosalind RusselL THE COMMANDING OFFICER pins the Air Medal on Clifford Bower Daniel, Jr., ADC, left.

TIJtSUAANn' UEDNKSDAY (Right Captain Malstrom congratulates Lewis Hartley' Smith Jr., AD2, after presenting the Air

"KEY LARGO," starring Hurai>lnry Bogart and Lauren Bacall. Medal to him. Another Air Medal was awaHItto) Claire E. Hughes A01.


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I Ja _- Navy _Mermen Star In All-Navy Swimming Tourney .


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:ik : : Team Victory For Group 2

: Charley Carroll, Ray Trindade, and Billy Clingenpeel

NARTU mermen who carried the Jax-Navy spangles into

j I the World Wide All-Navy Swimming and Diving Championships -

at Philadelphia] Pa., brought back three individual

titles, including two new records, when they returned to
-' \ r 3 NAS ]last Saturday.
Carroll broke the 400 meter All-
0rM Navy swim mark last Wednesday. Philadelphia affair.
I I here are the evenIa whlrh the
night when he touched the finish Jus-Navy entries scored:
line in 5:13.4: bettering the mark i 1500 Meter Freestyle: (1) Hob J..t-
I of John Higgtns of Pensacola in (I linger, Group 1, Trr.ivr.. IiUud.
eaUf., Jl7.t (2) H.rold
: ; Ortland.
the 1947 affair the
at localindoorpool
Group 8. Anonpolii, Aid. 11:370:: ; (3>
by 3 seconds. Following this ('hal..y Carroll, irou ., 2, J.*-N uy.
brilliant performance, Carroll I 21:to.t.
splashed his to his second 1 Ont-Mrtcr Springboard Diving (U
way Ray Trlndadr. Group 3, J*'-N.vy,
mr triumph Thursday night in the 800 99.4 puinU; ((2))! I.lt.il. iroup
meter event, 10 yards ahead of I. (.UniUIr, C al llf., points; ((3)
Bob Latsinger of Tampa, Fla, for William Aflon, .roup S, Prescott,
Aria, $:).: point
4R another new All-Navy swim mark. -IIIO Meter Freestyle. : (1) (hrlr
He was clocked at 11::07. ( Carroll. Group. i, Jax-Xav, 5:13.1:
(2) Walt sore. Ray Trindade, Seventh Naval
DiotrU-t>> ((5) Ktx. Chrrryman, soup
District and Tri-District onemeter 1, 1'Jth N. 1J
diving champion, added the MOO deter Freestyle l flay: (1) I..up.
All-Navy title to his list of laurels t (Frank lV.ra., AI )iMI.hwl Hilly
lingrnprrl.'. and John }lllCin) ':Jt.l,
by scoring 99.4 points. His r
brilliant performance drew thunderous -
applause from the spec-
tators. Record Number .

Clingenpeel teamed up with John
Higgins of Pensacola Al Michael : -
of Memphis and Frank Piet- Of Teams Out
''ras of Great Lakes, to take an
overwhelming victory In the 800
MEMBERS: OF THE J.-\X-.\V\' swim team which swept the AI1- a\ y champions in PhIladel- meter freestyle relay in 9534.: For Volleyball
phia, Pa., last week and Dachas Paul King and Bill Menecke tell Jax Air News Editor Art Gre..neall i Group Two composed of ace ,
about it after alighting from the plane which brought them back to Jax Saturday: afternoon Swimming tankmen from the Seventh, i Forty-eight station teams have .
I with Group Two, which included! entries tiom Pensaoola and th. Irnal
Memphis mermen copped Eighth, and Ninth Naval Districts entered the All-NAS intra-mura!
four of the ten events won bv: their group In the photo are, left to right, Lt King, Charlie won ten of the eleven : volleyball tournament scheduled
Carroll, Ray Tnndade, Art Greene, BiU Mem-ike, and Billy Chng'>npf't'1. swimming events in the one-week to got underway next week, Phys
-- ical Training announced yester

Saufley Field I\ !! Gridders Add Speed And '1 day.on their,The with home six-man two courts out teams of every three will afternoon wins play-

Wrests Skeet '! copping the day's contest.

Title From Jax !' [) rive To Practice TiltsI I I six teams The separate in tournament each leagues A is double divided with round eight Into

After copping first place in the I robin is on tap for each league
last four NAATC skeet outings. I defensive play sparked this week's practice ---- 'with a total of 14 scheduled" contests -

and scrimmage sessions on Mason Field as the 1918 Jax I II The post-season champIOn- .
Jax-Navy marksmen ran Into Date For
I Outing ship play-off will be held with the
some rough competition and high I Navy pigskinners put on added speed and drive in a con- 'Moved To winners of each leaguefYteTng7fpri
wind at the Pensacola skeet shoot certed effort to reach top-notch perfection in time for the I : the NAS title. AU.cnarapfppshipV'
I curtain-raiser with Fort I Tilt date for the! bigouting; I contests will be heldCatht\e Seaplane "
Bragg North Carolina
Friday busting 465 birds out of : only three I 1 for thearsily baseball softball '
Point courts. J ii'fl/l#. **
500 to take fourth place honorsIn :veeks away; sulmitiing, golf tennis, .'i.> 'jfci.1 -
field Coach Don Jacka now has his I the 47 team, will add his 185 and'I: softball grainy, or- Lt. (jg) Cainlcom. ?!?rtheIrr1',.:.
a of 11 teams. pounds of muscle to line '
1 power manager of '. the "
charges moving in high gear and iginally scheduled for tomorrow Department,
NAAS Saufley Field a constant working with precision-like tim- with Bill Malonoski a short rug- night has been moved up league, has 48 teams reldyto; !! -
threat for the NAATC Skeet | ing. The huskies are getting bet- ged, hard-charging, sentry-post to 1700 tonight at the NAS the opening gun. Teamstjjhavt,
title, finally wrenched the trophy ter every day and at present look candidate. Ray Adkins and Orin Skeet Club.Hear i been working out for'th'past
free of the local bird-busters' like one of the top-notch service Ford are two more potent. i I 'I Admiral Ernest: "'. | two weeks in preparation for their
grip by blasting 474x500 discs ( juggernauts in the southeast. The ,guardsmen. Iih'h, Chief of Saul: Air Ad- I I all-important openers, and it 1 lai
from the sky to take top honorsin line is charging low and the Dave Barksdale back with the \aiiord. Training, sand Captain i: expected that the play this year
the meet Other NAATC team backs, after a slow start this squad after a brief I leave, adds .\. MaNtrom; XAS Commanding I, will be far better than in pre
scores in the meet were Corry ( season, are beginning to eat up strength to the center post. Officer, have been Inxlted I I II' vious station volleyball h>ops.
Field 462x500> NAS Corpus the turf. Barksdale was a backfield mem-
as honored guests at the big | And while Mr. Carmcom has
Christi 450x500, Whiting Field Backfield coach Bill Harrington ber of the '47 NAS Corpus Christi I' affair. 1 been working on the schedule,
448x500, and NATB Pensacola, starved for backfield material eleven that upset the Fliers -- -- rules and general layout of the .
449x500. the first few weeks of j-6. last season. A panther "on Jaika's pjgskinners are in pretty | tournament Lt. Comdr. A. J. Ru-
Tyndall Field always a tough practice, has found talent ina defense, Barksdale will make a' good condition minor injuries still bino has been selecting officials.
nut for the local gunners to few of his prospects and is fit- favorable line backer behind head plague the big mentor's ranks. | A&R leads all 'other depart-
crack, took third place with 471x ting them together like pieces of coach Jacka's powerful line. | But the boys are catching on ments on the station with 12
500. The Keesler Field Airmen a jig-saw puzzle so they can op- Jax-Navy backfield nominees :' fast and will be ready for their !( teams entered ATU No. 5 has
copped the runner-up spot with erate as a unit. who are fast becoming a good first foe.Following. I eight teams lined up ATU No. 4
472x500. Tyndall and Whiting Led by returning veteran tackle all-around combination are Gus the opener with Fort : lists 4 teams, X-l. NARTU and
"B's" shot down 447x500 and I George Kerstein who played a lot I Kinear, a tailback with speed to Bragg, the local team comes home'i I Naval Hospital have three, Dis-
369x500 respectively to take 10th I of tackle for St. Mary's not so burn Keith Bailey, a powerful to meet Eglin Field and Corpus | pensary has 2, VF-1 has 1, VF-2
and 11th place and the Mobile long ago, a host of husky squadmen fullback from the '47 combine, Christi at the Gator Bowl, then has 2, Marines have 2 and Supply
Ala., Gun Club placed sixth with i under the guidance t>f line Johnny Bieneman, a small piece takes on Pains Island and Mem- has two. Station Police Ordnanceand
460x500 to round out the wide coaches Paul King and Ben Griffin ', of dynamite with a short fuse, phis away conies back to the 1 Gunnery, ATU No. 6 and Personnel -
field )1 are forming one of the strongest I and "Bama" Jim Hutchinson a Gator Bowl early in November' all have one team each.
W. L. Arthurs, supreme local' forward walls in station grid blocking back from the University for tilts with Cherry Point and I' Team managers will phone in
disc-buster, was service highgunner history. I of Alabama "Bs". I Fort Banning, and closes the 1 the results of each game to the
of the meeting with 99x100. I Joe Sinko, a fast guard from Although the majority coach season with its arih-rivals, the Physical Training Department,
E. L. Adams of the Mobile Gun --- -- ----- ----- Pensaeola Goslings, away. ext. 593 or 512. .

100 Club for fired high a gun-man perfect score of the of meet.lOOx j MATCH WITH SAVANNAH CLUB ALREADY STERN VIEW

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"Mike" Irving WinsAllStation SCHEDULED FOR JAX-NAYY PUGILISTSThough Hi >.

: practice began only this week, Lt. Comdr. An- .
WAVE thony J. Rubino and Chief "Chip" Chipparoni will lead Jax-Navy
j leather pushers through the ropes In Savannah in just three short
Tennis TournamentAgile weeks to launch another excursion of station mittmen Into fis- '" .
"Mike" Irving stopped tidomThe local pugilists will battle an unnamed amateur team in
Jackie Nail in a strong finish to the Georgia city, and the coaches expect .to have a ring-wise Navy
cop the All-Station WAVE Tennis i group ready to enter the squared circle for its first outing. I
Tournament title Tuesday at'' Ten men will be picked from the 25 hopefuls now working out
the WAVE courts, 6-1. 6-4, 62. daily at the indoor boxing gym in the old NATTC area to wear ..;
Nail rallied in the second set to the Jax-Navy colors. Right now, candidates are limbering up
take a 6-4 win but faltered at then unused muscles and getting into shape. Actual ring work begins I
t in the final set before the later, with no date set for donning gloves.W. .
powerful onslaught of Irving. H. Warner, a Philadelphia featherweight Golden Glover,
joined the local ring luminaries recently. The scrappy 121-pounder w .
Irving the semi-finals stopped Harriet last week-end Primmerin in | lost a close decision to Frankie Sodano in the Olympic tryout fin j rr .
als several months ago and will be throwing plenty of leather '.
two hotly contested sets
Irving :
for the local corner this season.
gained the decisions with
scoresof Mike Herandez prominent NAS lightweight has been rounding Its
7-6, 6-1. It took
Irving only into shape fast this week, and his two paws are as fast as
two sets to halt Eleanor in
Foley ever. Hernandez has several titles to defend this year in service
the first round of play early last and civilian circles.

week. A couple of long volleys Joe Martin, square-shouldered 147-pounder from the '47 ring
caught Foley flat-footed aa Irving corps, has been joined by F. G. Ortiz, J. E. Bnttain and O. W. '1
pwept the match 6-3 6-3.
Mills' in the welter class. .
Primmermade a clean sweep of Poundin' Pat Patterson, Jax'a leading middleweight will '
her match with Mary Rasich in the be getting good workouts with newcomer Royal Hill, a fast ,
first round before she fell victimto and clever ring artist. Patterson's impressive style will be improving r.KITTIN'O HIS TiKTII.: : Bob TI*dalt'. an end on the 1917 Great
the Irving power and drive. with faster workouts as It. A. Elknation and J. Perry Join Lakes Navy eleven, tries to plow through a pair of husky linemen
Nail had little trouble reachingthe the two ring-wise middleweights in the station ring. during a grid drill last week at Mason Field. Heavy emphasis la
seml-finajj with a forfeit win Two classes seldom represented in the local corner la the being placed on body contact work by the coaches to perfect both
in the first round and a win ever lightheavy and heavyweight classes. Rangy W. E. Underwoodis offensive and defensive techniques. The Jax-Navy line will average "
Mickey Blankenship in the semifinals shooting for the lightheavy gloved and big blonde George GeU- above the 195 lb. mark this season and opposing ball carriers may .?1+
6-3, 61. sler Ts after the heavy mitts, find It well nigh Impregnable.] '


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