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I 6-No. 35 26 November 1948I

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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville" And Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District

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Scout Troop 60 I i Show Proceeds

, Visits StationHistorical
Aids Paralytics

SiteA ,

visit to one of the oldest''' Mexican Bullfight Headlines

oak trees in the state of Gator Bowl Benefit ShowThe
da and information on Flori-I ztT

historical background I 4 f sr first Bullfight in the state of Florida since the daysof
.lighted the tour at Jackson Y I Ponce de Leon will feature the huge benefit show presented

It of twenty members 1 by the Lori Grotto Dec. 11 at the Gator Bowl for the bene.

of. Boy Scout troop No. 60 fit: of the spastic paralytic children in this area.

Friday.The In addition to the Mexican Bullfight, a Hill Billy Jamboree
Majestic Oak, located in Officers' as elaborate as put on anywhere will also be presented
country, and one of the na-
as the second half of the
tion's most scenic sights. has a ance. perfol'm-I tarn group of nerves that reach
historical that dates
background "' The December 11 benefit showis into the brain with the victim
back to 1812 and possibly before
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one trom which the proceeds go i having no control of certain
then. It was near the tree thai
tikN ,w5R toward a worthy cause. At its convention muscles and nerves.
Pedro Menendez, the founder of
at Columbus, Ga., several
St. Augustine, Fla., met wIth Some 1500 children In the stat
months ago the Lori Grotto adopted -
Ucita, chief of the Timuquanaa of Florida are victims of spastic
rA the spastic paralytic childrenas
The" story U better told on the its i "forgotten children," with paralysis, while, Georgia records
plaque erected near the tree which\ f 4 2000 suffering from the same dis-
J 4 ., K this as the first step to raise funds
} to aid those suffering from the ail- ease.The
"Near this Majestic Oak Pedro m..nL Mexican Bullfight and HillBilly
Menendez, founder of St. '1
Augustine Jamboree will have after
The disease, considered for some
:Fla, l parleyed ith t'('lta. noon and evening performances
Chief of the Tumnqiians." LEAVING I1EIHND MANY FRIKNIJS, Lt Pomdi Anthony J. time as incurable, has now been at 1430 and 2000. Reserved seats
"Here Oglethorpe> established I Rubino left NAS Jacksonville early this week foi the Naval Acad found, after extensive scientific for the performance will sell for
headquarters during his", campaign emy. wh.'i! he will assume the duties as assistant to 'aptain Tom research to be curable But manypart'nt8 $2.50 general admission $l.2'),
whose children suffer with
Hamilton, t' S Naval athletic director1
Academy i Above i Lt. while children will be admittedfor
against the Spaniard at Fort Fic-
the disease, cannot afford the
Comdr. Rubino center, shown "well done handshakefrom
receiving 50 cents.Authentic .
data, up the St. John. river
Captain Alvm I. Malstrom Commander :Naval Air Bases Sixth treatment necessary for recovery.
"In 1812 from the shadow aidedby of Naval District as Comdr. Frederick J. Brush, NAS Executive Officer I This is where the Lori Grotto I and genuine as any
thin oak, American ftl't.t's. looks on steps in. trying to find a way to Bullfight staged in Mexico City
the president of the Republic\ of aid those* stricken childrenA
1 : the feature attraction at the Ga-
}.Florida who owned the surrounding sort of c'M-ebial palsy the tot Bowl Dec 11 will have wild
acres, launched an attack LT. COMDR. RUBINO LEAVES I disease causes paralysis/ of a i ,M Btahmas from South FloridaAs
against the Spanish on the east I _

bank The of tour the river.of Troop" 60 also NAS FOR NAVAL ACADEMY

brought back childhood memories

of JohnV, Harrison, assistant 'i Lt. Comdr. Donald L. Jacka Assumes
scout master of the troop and his $
wife Ethel. For it was .on that :
same ground near the big oak that Duties As Physical Training OfficerLt. Eh;
i?the two romped and frolicked
',when/they were youngsters Eth- Comdr. Anthony J. Rubino. who after serving as

'.1el'. p rndfather.! W. G. Terry had NAS Jax Physical Training and Recreation Officer since
y ra frnf 6n the old Camp JohnsonsltJiter coming here in 1015, left early this week for the Na\al!

selling the property to Academy where he will assume the duties as an assistantto
:: the'Na4yP department m 1937.:
Captain Tom Hamilton. l'nited States Naval Academy' '
',. Harrison a lieutenant at Fir' .i.\
,:' (Continued on Page 2 )i athletic director, in the Academy's huge physical training

r" bg 'Qa's I' program.Lt. Comdr. Donald L. Jacka as-

1 sumed the duties as station Physical -
Training and Recreation Officer -
when Lt. Comdr. Rubino was
detached Lt. Comdr. Jacka reported k .t
aboard NAS last July who
; he took over as Head Football
Coach of the Jax Navy Fliers
1 Cooperating fully with Jackson Y t 4

ville sportsmen as well as militai r >'
athletic directors Lt. Conuir. Ru-
I bmo gave Naval Air Station Ath-
letics a shot in the arm which
1 sky-rocketed into the national
As head boxing coach Lt
Pomdr. Rubino one of the nations

; x f : top-flight boxing instructors -- ...-' A' IOI"V'I ."- '
worked tirelessly with the TIn; FIRST TICKET forh*, l 101't'\ benefit show t..
r 4 up and coming youngsters and be staged Dec 11 at the (iatm; B"a I w.-nt ; .> v 'apt A I Malslrom,
coached many of them to regional i Il'f'ntE'I'I.> commanding ofrnvt ot the Jacksonville :Naval! Air Station -
I 1 titles and several of his shown here making thr pun has fn.m Mar (C. "Frank, Whitehead I
boys copped Golden Gloves titles chairman of the Lori Grotto spe> inl cumimU'-o, while J. L.
after competing in local Golden j Schloss chairman of the spastic' committee looks on.
Gloves tourneys. i -

IN A TOUR OF THE; Naval Air Station last week Boy Recently. Lt. Comdr. Rubino, TOTS TO ATTEND
aided "Spike""ebb,
of Troop 60 got first hand information on one of the oldest Annapolis
historical oak trees in Florida during their tour of Jax N : Boxing coach with a group of
I Navy ringmon who were shooting STATION XMAS PARTY
Friday. John W. Harrison i right) assistant scoutmaster
8)I for berths in the 1918
troop points out the historical data enscnbed on the plaque I
(<'r'ol1which several of the
base of the majestic oak. located in Officer's country. boys TOY MANUFACTURER DONATES OVER
were very successful against
fighters from other countries. For A THOUSAND GIFTS FOR CHILDRENSanta
Taxes On Personal the efficiency in which he handled
Property that job he was commended many Claus will have a busy time when he visits NAS

times over, but the highest! trib- over the holidays to make his appearance at the annual
Military Personnel Is ute came from those men he had Station Children's Christmas party this year.
helped so much overa short period
is issue of the Navy and from them he received a Not only will he be lending an ear to future sailors,
QT A LEM A "jcate General, in commenting plaque as their token of giatitude. but 353 other guests will get to whisper those often quoted

I ?,.. ".<, odors Civil Relief Act of 1010 as .words: "Santa, can you bring me this, that, those and these:
Lt. Comdr. Rubino instrumental .
was his
ears -- -- -- -
tlu Service Act of 1918 made the in I minn
by : in sending teams from this The long l awaited event will take a result of a
.Biaj/ks, set forth in substance below, which are of station to various playoffs all place at the Mainside Auditorium, personnel on the base at the present :
to the members of the Naval Ser ice. over the country in addition to beginning at 1330 on Friday, 24 time the income for this year's
"The law provides that Naval -- the expert planning and direction December The other guests invited 'celebration has been greatly reduced
and other Military personnel may rents a house in the city I t of the All-Navy Swim Meet, Tri to the party besides personnel and has posed difficult fin
not be taxed on their personal sonville, moves his family District Swim Meet and other depernts will be over three ancial problems regarding the 18
property In any state other than er with his furniture ant. I aquatic events hold in the huge hundred children from nine orphanages fun-feaC.
_heir permanent residence or homey mobile to his rented house. NAS indoor pool. in and around Jackson- But, because of the thoughtfulness -
reasorupf their presence in such er the state of Florida I Wally Pritchett, Jacksonville ville. of Rear Admiral Ernest W.
other state in compliance with mil- city of Jacksonville\ may Jour na I sportswriUMused Che Inviting the under-privileged Litch and the highly appreciated
itary orders; however, such propel personal property tax on right words to express what many orphans to participate in the generosity of his good friend, Mr.
ty, if used in a business, maybe nitre or automobile sport fans want to lay "Annap grand event, has been an annual I C. L. Edward, President of the
... taxed in the state where the he registers his car in olis is gaining a fine:! gentlemanand tradition along with the Christmas All Metal Products Company, Wyandotte I I
property is situated.To purchases license plates officer. There is no doubt frolic for a number of years Michigan where maiw
illustrate: A member of the uses his cur as a public about the kind of job 'Tony'' will and Is expected to continue as a I production of American toys talus! ,
Naval Service whose home .is In Florida could hwy a ,' Jo at the Academy. It will be Ji station custom for many Xmas place the station has received :
Texas reports for duty in Florida, (Continued MI I".a;., good tue" seasons to come i (Continued on l'>s;e 2> -,


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Air News SUPQ .YiiiEs1 INSIDE b'ffE Z/

Editorial Office ,r PUBLIC WORKSA
South Ring, Lower Deck "

mill. 930 little bit of conversation was f -
Telephone K\tens!>lon-3184 : AROUHO-O 1f
Dan lannzzt..Editor overheard the other day between & R .
Pete and Mr. F. H. McKin-
Chet Pa chang.... ....... .. Sports Capps 11
we'd it to
ley. Thought on
Hob Roberts..Staff Writer pass Accessories!' Division by Eli/a is in. Guess that is the reason
It something like this.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published I you. goes beth 1\Ia'h.-8ay, have you noticedall folks are trying to get up a paJt'
NEWS AND VIEWS. Charlie Pete asked Mr. McKinley if he
weekly at the C. S. Naval Air Sta
haunted faces of Shmoos to to him.
these looking give Mexlell
t!<>n. Jac.-kson\'lIIe. Florida, and pilnt- Pait opened in one of the leading were going to Gainesville to see
ed commercially with non-appropriated roles In the Little Theatre pro- Miami play. Mr. McKinley's reply lately? It is off to the races for plans a hunting trip into the
funds at no expense to the jtovcinrnent! Foxes" all the sports fans each night, and north woods in the near future.
duction of "Little which was "Yes, I'm going to see Miami
and In compliance with SE'eNaC'lreular
of them find that Luck have lots of
Lady Hope luck.
some you I
letter 45-1918 dated 12 December 1943. started its 10-day run Thursday play. I wouldn't go that far to see
Copies\ are distributed free ol charge night. Reservations are availableby Florida play." Were the odds real- deserts them at the gate. There'llbe put my bid in for the antlers of
et the Naval Air Station, the Naval plenty of shirts lost before thisis any deer shot. I want actual proof
calling the Theatre ly that bad ?
Unit, the Headquarters
Air Reserve Training -
all that
over. some one really went hunt.
of the Naval Air Advanced Hobby Lobby will fol-
Have you heard that Jeanette
Naval Just think, Thanksgiving is past ing and bagged something when:
Tralntntr Command. Auxiliary low the cartoonist display with a
Air Station Cecil field, and the U. S. coin-collector's exhibition next Riley is a hunting enthusiast? We again. Another year, another round they said they were going to.
Naval I Hospital' understand she often goes on hunt- of
week. All hobbyists please roast turkey, pumpkin pies Personnel AdmlnlM/; !!; ratlin by
you with her
ing trips husband. Last
The JAX AIR NEWS 1. a member of contact us for a display of your week J. Lee with lots of spice and all the trimmings Dot Dlckson-Mr. Starr's been off
H. went to the Fair
the Ships' Editorial Association and Then it will be a week be- now and then using a little of that
favorite pastime Tiny garments
with the hopes of winning the new
the Armed Forces Press Service. Reproduction fore from
everyone recuperates
excessive leave. Hear Rose
: Carl Reiter returned this Shashy
of material from these bathroom they were giving away
sources must bear a credit line. Repub- week from having a baby girl for inclusion in his new house. overeating.I is taking off next Friday. Wonder .
Jlcatlon of other matter, except by understand that there are five ? Lt. been
why Harper's
<( service publications Is prohibited without new trainees over in the camera side
permission of Editor JAX AIR Wood is pacing the floor anxiously as yet. Guess they are using little This will quiet recently. Safety says
waiting for news from the ma- and department. keep Cope- "use your head. Stop and think
pans. land and Mr. Morris busy for That's one to avoid accident.1*
ternal front (which may be pub- way
In Maintenance it was reportedthat awhile. Which will to work
to have
Hope some cartoons
lished by the time you eye this) ; on
MEWS.CHAPLAINS' and Lila Greene goes on extended Mary Rodgers was seen at with you in the "Penthouse" Mr. safety in the near future.
the City Zoo Sunday giving the Morris ? I guess that you all know -
leave the middle of December to Understand the NAS civilian
monkeys the once over. that now is Almost The Time. Its
prepare for her bundle from heaven are going to cook up a grand -
rice and old shoes for
to use a trite expression Mr. Coggins from Transportation Shorty show to put on sometime in January
CORNERThe has resigned and gone back to Williams. Rice to throw at the
"Tatlock Millions" which opened for Navy Relief. There stems
bride and old shoes to throw at
West Florida. We will miss him
Thanksgiving, is a must-see oneverybody's to be plenty of talent around here,
and wish him the best of luck. Mr. Shorty. J. H. Elliott of Ordnance
list. It is oeof: the so let's all get out and show what
private and personal blessings Simcoke is Shop ((754):> ) wants riders from
taking over Coggins'job.
funniest movies of the year and is O&R has to present They needsingers
we enjoy, the blessings of immunity i That's all for this time. Southside Estates and Atlantic
sure to add to your holiday pleas- dancers, gals for the chore
safeguard, liberty, and integrity -
you readers had a nice Blvd or points enroute to South-
us or kind of show
: deserve the thanksgivingof ure.POST Thanksgiving! side. Any one living in that direction any you can
put on. Contact Joe Blanc.
life. MORTEM. That
whole pre-
a and
J I needing a can see
Jeremy Taylor Thanksgiving turkey put on last him over at 754. Wonder why Gladys Edmonds

Pride slays thanksgiving, but an Friday night laid several beauti- Welcome back to work Cath- and Mrs. Clark were laughing no

bumble mind is the soil out of ful eggs, but did manage to hatchan RECREATION erine Cleveland. Maybe it won't be much the other day? Could be

which thanks naturally guws. occasional chicken worthy of I too long before all the rest of the crossed you know!

-Henry Ward Beecher. note; the costumes were lovely, old gang will return to the shop.It Jean Snowberger is back to ye

:Many favors which God .;.vtS us and indicated a great deal of I ASHORE seems to be Red Tag day every ole grind now feeling fit as a

ravel out for want of hemming time and effort in their assembly. day with certain inspectors, eh fiddle. Already Sane. Eyrrmn'H

through our unthankfulness; for Prize-winning Indians Turner and 11 HEN: ON T.IHKKTT: LOOK VI Til K Snuff? hubby U leaving for Memphis. Understand

though prayer purchases blessings -. Murphy got more war paint on SALVATTON ARMY Pearl Jane will !stay on and
Hey, the election
giving praise keeps the quiet everybody else than they did on SERVICE MEN'S CLUB is over. hold the fort down. See Alice Fel-
You can
possession of them. themselves; champagnewinnersDay MZ \* KST! ADAMS ST. button stop time wearing. your Dewey lett is taking Friday off. Bill, how

-Fuller.A and Newton, the apache and Phone 4.2104Jacksonville any now.From are the figures coming along) these

grateful thought toward copper, were happiest with thzir Fla. the Bombsight shop comes days ? Ole "Figure-head Bill" they

Heaven is of itself a prayer giggle-water; and Virginia Bragg FKI1IAY, NO KMItKK; : Jfith the word that Andy (Laughing call him! '
took home record-album for 13.Sightseeing until 1COO.; Boy) Anderson "sworn off" again.Isn't We're
-Lessing.O as finally getting exclusiveup
1630: -Horseback il l Lord, who lends me life, lend the skipper said, "putting the Shortv and the gang." In the club- this getting to be a habit? here having our offices en

:me a heart replete with thankfulness. most into her costume." Personally Handicraft class. Also I understand that the song."Dolores" closed. At the moment just call us

I we figured she got the most ...An'RUANO\''': ltnR: I7lh is getting to be a certain I "hamnH r-heads."

-Shakespeare. out of it Hope you didn't 1330-Pigskin parade by the radio. Ordnanceman's theme song. rrocfHM and Production( (,...trol
Lend an ear to the big ARMY-
He enjoys much who is thankful overlook our gypsies, harem girls, NAVY game. "Hot dog fea!t." Dolan, could this mean you, by any I by JhnmleImond'ho is the

for little: a grateful rrund is botha Spanish senors and senoritas, Mr. 1930--Club Party with a disc Jockey I chance ? The Prop shop news proud father of a bouncing baby

great and happy mind. and Mrs. America, and the Mex- special sleuths came up with the news I boy ? For 304 it's C. E. Logan But

Seeker.. ican charro. Pirates and farmers 8t.'NIJANOlI"tX; : :28th I that with the pay raise now in listen to this, seems like 304 ion

(and the farmer's daughter)" 1000 Ft om Waffle Breakfast 1200 To effect Barney may be able to buy' the march. H. %V, Pinney ful

rounded out a diversity of cha- 1400 :::::'Home Town Hour":::::: 1600 I other things after his beer quota I filled the blessed word of matrimony

rades. Park & Clifford 1700 ?......... _. Vesper Time .............. 1730: -- ---- -- --- as well as J. E. Edwards
a iu in. .t>r.UJ CFB were 1800 _..._.... Spaghetti Supper _........ 1'JOO Three New ,
., the two performers from the Pea- 1930 ......... .. Date Time ................ 2-JOO Rating: Good luck to the both of you and
cock Club who astounded the stay- Musical Program Insignia Modified your new "Skippers." : !
At tfc* Matioa Chapels RirmlnfbamB I up-laters. MONDAY, >()\'''; lInR 29th J. Womble has a chicken for',3 sale
sad Matt la Avenue 1930-Bowling Party until 2100. In the (SEA)--Specialty insignia forphotographer's
rrt .ta.' A million thanks to all who club-Handicraft class-Make a present mate and machin- and I don't mean his girls" iA'fiS.

CW.10) -Sunday School. helped, and especial appreciationto for the folks at home out of ery repairmen have undergone record has been broken nnel"

1045-General Worship Service, Chap- Margaret Kilcrease, of the Jr. leather plastic, wood or fabilc. modification, changing them froni H. W Clark of 200 was. I'c d .
ITKMJAlOKMHKK: : ; ,10th ;
lain F. L.C Albert th.U. BOQ, who gave time, money, ef- Sightseeing-Beautiful, historic Man- the previously announced design. to take sick leave, but cl.|.G&n ,. > I. ,

0700-Mass I fort, and helped garner the prizes darln. The photograher's made out. ",' .JI"
0030-Mass I that were distributed. Any- 1930--Skating arty until 2100. "Sing aviation mate and It's a joke: From a 1'"
Chaplain S. A. Melilnc I will officiate ing Wheels Club" membership open.: photographer's mate Insignia of information it told'that ". Ie.;
at both: masses. way talks, we did it and we're KDNKSDAY: :! DKCKMHKK: : ; It* were originally designed! to was W. .
cc. GLAD!!!! Weekly Part)'-"All hands on deck show three white of light a comical sight to see "Big- Foota
An outdoor Nursery for small children pretty girl In sight." rays Reynolds ride his mare. The suggestion
Is maintained between 09U and Stunt Night-Your own circus, musical passing through a lens. This has that
3200. quiz, pulses, fun food and friendly now been modified and the rays was Big Foot wear
folks i of light will be black dotted lineson roller skates. All I can say to

NAVAL HOSPITAL CIIAFKL: ,e'!'.<'I.VI. a background of white, still someone help the poor ole horse.
Ward A1)Pr.tesaat HOBBY SHOP Join the handicraft classes now-a new, conforming with the size and The question still remain I whois
stmethlng; that has been added to the
1000-Divine Worship. Chaplain F. club. Classes on Mondays, Tuesdays shape of the earlier adopted in- the Boss in the J. E. David"
D. Hewitt Jr. NOTES and Thuisdays. Expeit teacher signia. household and who sweeps the
pleasant hobby shop Special Instruc- floor?
Insignia for
tions offered If desired. Make an machinery repair- Maggie
Scout the original billfold your own design men will now have the handle of Quagliano sure locks)
Highlighting happenings in
style and size. Assemble purses, paint the micrometer pointing down- perk since her return from th.
the Hobby Shop this week are our fabrics, make who knows what and ward and parallel to the honeymoon. And a word for Wal
(Continued from Page 1) entries in the second annual Jack- why out of plastic and wood. Drop In left edgeof lace-Just don't
Station No. 8, served seven years sonville Open Miniature Auto now and see the gang. the chevron instead of in a hor- you worry your
pretty little head. The
In the Navy reserve and regular Races. Van Saut of ground schoolis NOW AVAILABLE; AT TIn: CM H izontal position as was shown in "Is Almond slipping?" The question
Newest reading previous illustrations. answer
Navy. He has been a member of material-Dormitory
now overhauling the cars in "
is "No
Information-showers-electric Iron- Is just wising up.
the life-saving corps at Jacksonville preparation for the contest. Two Sewing kit-Checking service-Fish- Sam Crawford .
Beach for 14 years. heats are scheduled with a large ing rods-Wrapping st'rvlce-Plne outfielder
and with for the Detroit Tigers, hit 312
pong a canteen cold drinks,
The scouts of Troop 60 spon- number of trophys to be given forth hot coffee and tasty sandwiches triples in his big-league career.

Mud by the Trinity Baptist best performances. Both Proto -- -- _. -- t !
Church: opened their tour of the and Spur runs will take place, the HospitalChatter

base with an early morning swim races ending with a consolationheat 15 Million Civilians Readied

at the indoor pool. In tSrir gen- for slow cars. Saut will have

eral tour they visited the Chapels, three cars ready for the trials to I

the Overhaul and Repair Department be run off Saturday, 4 December. Under Plan For "A" AttackWASHINGTON I

: V. U. Unit and lunched in Racing will begin pomptly at 0900 I Who are the champs in ping: \
the matnside hall. 5 December. In (AFPS i About ------ _u__ .
mess Sunday, past % -- i I pong and checkers? Last! Monday
meets, the station miniature cars 15 million civilian workers will use. night in*the recreation hall there

Taxes have placed in upper brackets and be prepared and equipped to meet 5. Special planning to meet the was a Ping-Pong and Checker

those representing the station this any possible enemy A-bomb at- "particular hazards of atomic or tournament. The fellows! fought .

Continued from Page 1) time, two owned by the Hobby tack against the United States under other modern weapons of modern hard battles and till the very end

on his car and the city of Jacksonville Shop and one by Saut himself, are the national defense plan recently warfare.." and the winners were as follows. :

could impose a privilegetax expected: to take high honors. announced by Secretary of 6. A peacetime organization for Ping-Pong, Fitch, Corpsman; IB!.

on the taxi cab. <(
the State of Florida has no Per- the miniature track near the cor- program would embrace every from the catastrophe of war. : Preston Haye; 1st. S Y.

eonal Property "<'IlX I. ner of Margaret and Forest level of government from federal The civil defense organizationis Parks, C-2, 2nd e

A person in the service may Streets Frank Turner and to the smallest village. needed, according to the plan's There was much Thanksgiving

t. 'tr his automobile at either "Lj'l Abner" Monroe, Hobby Shop Major points of the plan call outline, not only because of the atmosphere tn the Chow hall hurt .

his permanent home or residence, instructors, are using up their for: A-bomb, but because of other I Thu -"uti.

or at the place of his station. The I whipping over time roving through 1. A National Office of Civil new and "special weapons" as fully

applicable tax or 'license fee must' the wild outdoors. Turner is game Defense with a small permanentstaff well even down '

be paid in the state where the vehJ hunting in Pennsylvania while to organize and train Civil As an example of how the or- cloths. A dellciou a i. r..

4e is registered( and need be Monroe is tramping through nome defense task groups. ganization would work should a dinner with all the trimming* was '

pAid in no other state." unknown brushy section of the 2. State and community responsibility single A-bomb hit a large' city, served to all the patients.
U.S.A.: (behind) the of two for "basic" it
I baying operations, was explained that despite! an Ward D-l had a special Thanksgiving

deer hounds.. supplemented in emergencies with almost sure 100,000 casualties, of, dinner all of their own tJn
--'-- - ---- mutual aid
1,200 plans and mobile sup- which 40,000 would be either in- : the ward. A big family style table
Iced to be present again this year
porting stantly killed or dead
(Continual/ from Page j) when the gifts are distributed and 3. Maximum few within a was set up on the ward to all patients -
use of volunteers, weeks, many of the Injured I could eat together. The
1,440 gifts gratis. An as ortnf>nt will take a hand in the proceedings existing: agencies' and organizations could be saved and "countlessothers table was decorated with flowers

of vari-colorrd playthings: another d J ; ( such' as police and fire departments would be protected from I fruit and Thanksgiving fav. .
items the gifts will be suitable 1 Thanks to the generosity of Mr. ) and "all available further suffering." ors. '

for nil age groups, us in I>re-I Edwards'!, Santa's toy making assistant skill' and experiences" The proposed' mobilization of 'I During the afternoon fruit was

vious years for colored and and other who have helped 4. Trained and organized unitsIn civilian workers in detailed In delivered to all the wards by the

children of NAS personnel' and thetinderprivileged j procure various gifts! for the' little communities across the country nearly 300 pages of a manual on Red Cross workers.On .

kiddies now makIng i I j folks, the more than 1200 tots cxi and In territories and possessions "Civil Defense for National Thanksgiving night a big

their norms in the orphanagesin peeled to attend the gala: affair capable til meeting any attack cur it}.," It was prepared in party was given in the RecreationHall

the Jacksonville area I will each: receive a suitable toy asa the enemy might make or of months! by the Office of Civil 8e-1 for all ambulatory patientsleft

Jolly old Saint Nick has prom- memento of the occasion!' handling any w Bpon hf might ffnsp rtonninir, created! last on the compounds.Jax .



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Danny Kaye'B whiz-bang antics

e- MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM netted plaudits during his recent
1'10\14': Weekday! 1730 and 2000; Week-ends 1430 and 2000. SALTY HUMOR FROM command performance before the I

ritlDAY HERE AND THERE British Royal Family where a
CREW'S DANCE AT MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM Starts at 2030 limited audience scrambled for a P

Bubbles Becker and his band will set the tune. few $84 seats. Danny climaxed
Teacher: "Bobby, why was it
his act by dancing with Princess
I I. "THE PALEFACE," starring Bob Hope and Jane Russell. so hard for Paul Revere to make Margaret Rose. RUSSIAN JOURNAL is an II-
MONDAY'BLONDIE'S his ride ?" lustrated account of a brief tour

SECRET." with Penny Singleton and Arthur Lake. Bobby: "Because he passed a I of Moscow Stalingrad, and other
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY lot of houses that had forgotten to Amos 'N Andy have always been ; cities, as well as the countryside
down the shades." radio favorites in Canada. TWfnty of the Ukraine and the Caucasus,
-A DATE WITH JUDY featuring Wallace Beery and Jane pull I
made by author John Steinbeckand
Powell years ago, a listener purchase I

I ____ __ ____ Boot: "Say, Conductor, does this "dead air" on the local outlet so I photographer Robert Capa.
N. N. ?" the duo couldbe I The book is an impressionable
train stop at Ferry incoming comedy
I Conductor: "Well, if it does not heard. Today, they have replaced survey, simple, personal, and
Commercial Bulletin I there is going to be some splash" a four-year-old Canadian without political implications.
. Broadcasting Company program Steinbeck reports what they saw!
t Bulletins Mill be accepted only until space fo ftIk(1. Call eat 8230. in the text, Capa in his photo-
__ __ __ Whatever trouble Adam had, enabling fans!! to tune in on the chosen from
h some 4,000
,t. FOR SALE Comdr MacDonald, ext 206. No man in days of yore ever-popular' capers of 'de. king- raps
which he managed to despite
V-fi for only $175. Looks good, get
ford .
Adam told fish.
Ride from Park and James Street Could say when a joke,
, L. Boyett ext. 739Jlrfilgeralor difficulties. While learn
more you may
to NAS. Hours 0800 to 1630. Betty "I've heard that before.
: and range! In good con. Prim, ext 379. gag I little that is new from this book,
illIon Koolerator .ven and one- Ride from Stockton and College Street So you think you have it rough I i the pictures< are fascinating and
halt Rang for 9129, Box fur
to NAS. working hours 0X00 to 1630. The hovering stork is a I
$225. Porter txt 439. Mrs. Lancaster, ext. 379 Well, pity the poor staff designerwho the account is written with dear
TVrslon kittens, pedigreed, beautiful Job! as baby-titter Janet Schroeder, has to make Jane Russell tinction.
I'rrslan kittens, pedigreed beautiful 1021 Barln Street, ext 8350.: That frequent visits our resident look like a man for her latest A new volume in the "Look at

2311 Ernest StreetThieebedroom districts. picture, "Montana Belle." Sighedthe America" series is the one on THE
bungalow furnished or It doesn't tunes furnish hat
unfurnished. Small down payment unhappy miracle-maker: "I FAR WEST. This book as are the

for rqult Also! Mine furniture. plumes hope Miss Russell is not facing the others in this series, is a "hand
Biomlflt. 8-1162 Not-New NuggetsThe But It sure helps our vital sta- camera when we shoot the scene." book in pictures!!, maps, and text

S-v-nty-fUe Ounr Icebox for $18 tistics. I for the vacationist, the traveler,
Mil Game. 4502 Irvington- Mreet. old prospector says and the stay-at-home." Coveringthe
Gal range, apartment size Mrs Also Mc.a "Gold Is where you find It." We :Mother: "Marie, what are you AAF vet Edmond O'Brien, re-I Pacific Ca) Washington
Ive-room coal heater. found it and want to share it wed to San Juan has
Millan. 8-2541 after 17.40. or all day reading ? cently Olga Oregon, and California this
Sunday with you. The "paydirt" wagon Marie: "The Police Gazette. traveled from low to high in his guidebook gives you a good picture

Twelve aluminum Venetian blinds all brought in quite a number of Mother: "That's all right, dear acting career. In Fighter Squadron of that part of the country

aie standard size Will take $40 fort pieces of furniture-beds, chests I was afraid you had gotten hbld most of his acting is at a points out places of special interest .

j works Johnatn. 7-7(401. of drawers, a table, etc., etc. of the Jax Air News." 28,000 feet height aboard an Air and describes the industries
Thire-to'dioom bungalow with all elec- Force plane, but his first acting If else the
tlc kitchenlll be sold famished No assay agent is needed to tell nothing photographswill
or unfurnished. WIegand, IM.U.: you that these are nuggets of There was a young lady named role was that of a grave diggerIn give you a desire' to "see
Upright vacuum cleaner with all attachments grand value which could fill in Banker Hamlet. America first." ,

oft Tlmuquana. While Road 5505 Arva Circle, that unfurnished apartment. Who slept while the ship lay at THE GULF OF TIME by Robert

15Ki: Chevrolet Tudor sedan. Rebuilt Don't be late-file your claim anchor "The Jolson Story", former nationwide Standish is a thrilling adven
motor Will take $t95 or best offei early. We open at ten on Tues- She woke in dismay I move smash, is being ture story about a white man who

Kemp ext 8185 day and are prepared for the When she heard the mate say, followed by its sequel "Jolson rules over a tribe of Stone-Age
loo Seivel in Ipl.ndid
Eight refrigerator -
condition. Townsend ext S13: ; or "rush." Incidentally, the "nuggets" "Now hoist the topsheet, and I Sings; Again; ," Larry Parks and natives in New Guinea. The news)
2-t>1 65. which were introduced in- spanker." William Demarest will enact their Of his discovery of gold in the
'< Eatiman camera, 33 mm, with carrying roles.Officers uplands leaks out and prospectorsand
o' cignito last week now includea original .
case, 1M Also projector businessmen come in. The !savage
Aag.Dcm Sailor "I'm that I
stroller. BATHINETTE and PLAYPEN : so hungry .
Baby portableradio
... could eat horse" but so far unspoiled' cannibals
It'alonable. Roble 1247B Hanootk a
f Street NASFiveroom both in excellent condi- Norfolk waUrt'fls't'l1: you revolt, and the discoverer sees the

tramp house, completely tion. couldn't have come to a better Wive's Club bridge he has been building between
famished Located between NAS and East and W *t, the native
Jacksonville. Am leaving state. Arab place Will Meet December 1
and the white
man, to in
:Black 1940 Ford convertible with radio Navy Grid Title Helen: "Father announced last The Officers Wives' Club will the mad craze for wealth: There is
and heater clean and In fail condi action, suspense! and romance in
night that he was the king of our hold its semi-annual election of
lion. Remlay 4-5169 this novel the author
At of "ThreeBamboos"
To Be Decided by
3!<* Plymouth sedan with good tires house" New Officers at & luncheon at
and "The Small Gt-ner-
motor, batteiy.! Body needs minor Salley: "Well)), what happened?" the 0" Club Wednesday, De- '

::rIIlro: Williams. Hld,. 160. Will Norfolk This Year Helen: "Mother crowned him." cember 1.Highlighting. a1.New ones for the mystery fans

Baby crib Cull size bed and baby car- the luncheon will include ARMCHAIR IN HELL; by
ilage. All very reasonable. O Brian Commander Service Force, The left-fielder missed three be the warding of door prize Henry Kane, MY SISTER, GOODNIGHT .

One 4K)1D ndROniho.lnt.or: Dewey Pe LltoKvlnrude k. U. S. Atlantic Fleet, announced easy balls He returned to the Come and maybe you will be one by Gordon McDonel, and

outboard motor. Has 30 the details of the 1918 All- bench and said to the coach. "I of the lucky ones. I SUDDEN FEAR a novel of suspense

bourn actual u'e. Will take $40 Also Football finals recently.The guess I'll have to get glasses." Phone for reservations at 8154."Bubbles" by Edna Sherry.10M : .

,a, .*a Detrola table top radio. Condrey, Navy "Glasses" ? roared the coach, -- -- -------n___--__-__ -___- ______ __.
ext. 416. Howl of
"Rose Game "
'., "what need is radar.
1947 Ford, Super DeLuAe four-door you
sedan with radio and all extras. Service Football" will be heldat Becker And

Priced at 1795. Can be financed at Foreman Field, Norfolk, Va., SR: "Why are you scrubbingthis
$795 down and 18 notes at $70 each. December 11 1918. The field work again ? Is this
Mary Doty, ext. 59:J. on paint
FOR JUST has a seating capacity of 21,000 compartment going to be inspected Orchestra Plays Here

Guest house for discriminating people. and a huge program has been ar- ?"
Large rooms, laundry and bieakfastprivileges. ranged for the tilt. SA: "No, It has been inspected"
f c i Craft 7-bfeOJ. Tonight And Tomorrow
Furnished room with or without cookIng Among the activities slated are: .
: pilvlleges Located at 2743 Vernon reception dinner for both teams, A young midshipman l reportedto
'retrace. Llkter 2-6050. the comma.ndingorft'er of a
Coast-to-Coast broadcast of the
the Goddess of
Wm share home with couple. Allread, battleship for duty. The captain Terpischore,
47012. game by a well known sportscaster 'I Dance will reign here at NAS Jax
and sized the
gruff youngsterup
BIte front room with twin beds for bands, newsreel coverage, and this weekend when station per-
two young men. In private home. civilian and military digni- I with anything but a friendlyair.
Long 21073.Twobt'dtoom many sonnel will be dancing their

apartment In duplex. taries. I ""'t'II," he said, "I suppose MI troubles away to the melodious
All electric kitchen. Colthln 96710. Among the West Coast elevens usual, they have sent the fool of I strains of "Bubbles' Becker and
Six-room apartment, furnished. $15 I
who candidates for His Band.
are likely a i
/ per month. Sajers, 2W>8 LakeshoieDlvd I the family to se! *.
berth in the playoffs are. Despac, I "Oh, no," the mKUhlp quickly With one of the nation's outstanding -
Furnished room near Roosevelt High 1948 Pacific Fleet Champs, Ford responded "They've changed all bands, "Bubbles' will
way. Also share rest of home. Hertz- Island Hawaiian Area Champions, I of that since time sir."
man. 8.9192.Tworoom your spend a tw o day engagement here,
furnished apartment. Quen- and NAS Alameda, who to date I playing at the Crew's dAnce in tie
dy. 8-9282. has a record of seven wins and no Boatswain's youngster: "Daddy, Matnside Auditorium' Friday night

Private Harrison home 21418.Bf'dl'oom will. take couple of men. losses I gimme a nickel to buy an ice and then at the "0" club Saturday

; and glassed In sleeping Here on the East Coast, Jax- cream cone." night.
porch Mill Uke two business wom Navy rates among the best!! pro- Boatswain "Shut up and drink
The band has a tine of
en. Dinners optional, maid service. vided it can' get by the strong jour beer" array
Palmer ;2-3658 both old and new tunes playedin
Furnished room for couple or one person Pensacola Goslings on November a tempo best suited for dancin
Morefleld, 75703.: 27, the Quantico Marines 1947 "Will your wife hit the ceiling and romancln' and features the
Fire-room furnished house with three All-Navy Champs and Norfolk when you get home tonight?
bedrooms, dining room, kitchen ajirt NATB. I "She probably will, she's a helluva very lovely and talented female
living room. Landage, ext 8130. shot" vocalist, Toni Young.
Will share home. convenient to NAS J
Along with his music!! for dancing -
Will take couple or single person. Seaman: "Where'd you all git
Miss Neal 28126. that Southern accent?" Chief: "How many times haveI "Bubbles" features novelty+

Double room adjacent to bath. War Gal: "Honey chile, I've been told you to fall in for musteron songs and comedy skits which willkeep ]
before CttOO
ring 2-1021 phone or "
after 1600. drinking out of Dixie Cups." time ? you laughing and in good
Double or single room with or with' I New Recruit: "G e. I don't know.I spirits all evening. "Bubbles" fIrm-

out bnth. Hlnson. 7-754.2: Sailors who wish i to be a hero\ < thought you were keeping the ly believes in letting every member lUl'\O:
Wu.,front house. colonial style, fur I. score."
of his band participate in the
nlshed Including phone. Located on Number practically ZERO So wath yourself, you map be
rlverfronrr 51X: per month. Miller '', Those Mho wish to be civilians merry antics of his orgalnzatton, next.
5-34-tO Number In the MILLIONS A woman went to buy a drinking .
way lip "Bubbles" pecker has two very f
' Attrnctbe room next to bath In private I :t trough for her dog and the shopkeeper ;
O..S homo. convenient location! for asked her If she would like unusual hobbies one that he
M-rvlce couple, or business girl "For gained his nickname by, and thatis New Squadron'FasIon
Shiiltz. 2-5'AU: lie ruthed Into the house, excited one with the inscription, being able to blow smoke filled
\VANTKICMIditn > and out of breath The Dog.
to nit with Convenient to "Our marriage In Illegal" he "It really doesn't matter," she bubbles with just an ordinary Six
NAS. Lakeshore and Murray Hill husband drinks cigarette, the other is hypnotizing -
didn't have replied. "My
screamed. "Your father I
Mrs. Glandon 2-07S5 I his friends and other people. NAS Jax
can't read.
water and the dog
Two llrfcefs to Arms -!Nn\y game a permit to carry gun
Another newly commissioned or*

STALEMATE By Ed Hugh, SN Stew- Bad ganixation which recently came

,.,... 'aboard NAS Jax along with Ate

..'\... I Group Eight wa Fleet Air Service .
! t 4 I I Squadron Six: whose job will be

; .. tt to provide service for Air Group
S nN"41 L
i 'alwPy
I (a Comdr W. G. Barnes is the

C y yr I Skipper of the new Service Squadron -

1 rt,,, and Lt. Comdr. C. B. Connallyis

the Executive Officer Fifteen

swum Officers and approximately 250

men will be calling NAS Jacksonv111e

I home port.

> -

I-r. Voter: "I wouldn't vote for youif

7 aN you were St. Peter himself."

Candidate: "If I were St. Peter,
. you couldn't vote for me anyway,
you wouldn't be in my district.




I Jax-Navy And Pensacola' 3 4 5aw

In Grid Meet SaturdayBattle l ll

Of Arch-Rivals both will be fighting tor the Naval x n
I Air Training Athletic Conference

Will Decide Winner In Grid To crown date both teams have impressive -

records with the local

eleven holding a slight edge in
Conference Loop RaceJax the win and loss column The .

Goslings have won 3. lost 2, and .
: tied one this season, while the
Naw's stiffest! grid test of 1948 will come off
Fliers have posted 6 wins and one
Saturday afternoon when the Fliers from Jax tangle with loss in seven contests S. ,:; -'

the Goslings of Pensaiola at the Station ( ;indium at PensaI I Slate lll! the NAs> plg klnner ;

cola, Fla. have won four of the six: annual
One ot the season's largest crowds is expected to be on : meeting with the (loslings. Jn

hand to see the e two top-flight service elevens in action and 1911 I the Filers with present Head
Couth: \ )Don Jacka In their ranks
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dropped a IJM2 de.'Isloil to the
BORNER DRILLS NAS CAGERS HARD I (ioslings. in '4.! the :'\.\S I'lira

evened up the account uith a 10
10 triumph, nil game were st'\h< ilnled :
FLIERS OPEN SEASON NEXT MONTH In 'li and '44, hut the ,Jax

men svvipt o>er tlie tirelessly l and '' 194.1 with a pair of &ISII111.,. ..
Woiking -= -
; V' ---
C'ageis out for the forward spot In 4ij (lie Goslings lifted a 0-0
hard undei the watchful eve this year are whipping it up in I'! de.'Ition from the Fliers and .Ia\:- AMONG: TIIF: FFMs. rapker' it( .H n,'r'" a'lAS\ .Iit.x i is likjuti ; -
of their coach Lieut. ( ;eOl'gt'i scrimmage with Bob Ceaser and :Navy' dumped the 1'en+arola eleven wigni' i 1a MU 'II'' wn.. sulk p''in"ded i isingli ,)1'a i pan ,>r 'wins III turner, USMC, the NAS-Jax John Kokmski showing up very 19-1,1 al the Gator Howl I lastseason. ( night whilt ngin nK in, lei, t tnt' Crly)' a. Ja<'ksonille banner I
Flier cujjers are slowly round- I well. Ceaser played for Cecil Field I in Ieu ngia Mat tni has Ol'o'll!! at UIIIHI! these parts sun" last yaar
I last year and Kokmski was <>n ace when hi' impressed taUoi' snmKei clientele al the [,H"IJIjULtI..
into shape for their com At present: : Jax-Navy hold a
ig on the Norfolk, Va., squad toriurn with his many Wins user local opposition
ing: season with outstanding college I I slight edge ovei Coach Lln Wells' -- -. -
Intei-squad games have dom- Goslings in the NATAC loop The
I and service fives throughout -
the natjon The local quintethas inated most of the varsity practice I I Fliers have posted a 26-7 win
MUllin Wins 2 Bouts
been" cut to an even" number, the past two weeks The I Ihoopstt'rs over the Memphis Hellcat!, and an
have not started 1
16 to be" exact, and from these candidates on 18-0 triumph over the Cot pu* ,
the Flier cage squad for I plays or formations as Yt>t.Sut\ in Christi Comets while Pensacolahas
a week or so the team will be busyat a 72-0 win over Corpus but
1948-49 will be chosen. I
Mentor Borner's hopes soared work getting" ready for its initial had to settle with a 7-7 d'adlol'kwith Loses One Voted Most

when he got the world that "Ace" game against Green Cove the Hellcats ,
Woolbright who starred on the Springs Less than a month away, PlieiH Line Strung
hardwood for NAS last season, the contest will be staged in the I Both teams will be evenly
would be available this year. Wool- NAATC Auditorium here at NAS. I matched with the Gosling ottenaive Popular Boxer in Meet

bright played in the guard spot The local cagemen are workingout powei trying to blast holes in
last year and did an excellent job' daily at the Auditorium and the formidable Flier" forward wall.
at all Units. are hoping to be in shape by the The Jax line has given up -199
Paul King and Chris Christensen first ot next month yards to seven opponents this NAS TIGHTirJ' YEOMAN" BLASTS

are showing promise as good last Coach Borner has his squad season, less than 7."> yards per I i OUT TWO WINS IN FIRST NIGHT
men in the center position wh n working with the fast break and game The Goslings! seven: opponents I
practicing while Doc Reilly and set offf'nse.'Ith a cage team have tallied 121 points whileJuxNavy IJ.v (HhT: .P.-\S'IIA
Joe Kristy are running close com slightly shelter in stature than : opponents have garnered Joe Martin, tancy-stepping. highly touted I leather-pusher: herd
petition for the key-man slot. I I past Flier quintets, the men will 2ft at NAS let fly with his dvnanute-laden fIsts to scorn: two wins in

Other good basketballers now' have to greatly rely upon their Jax-Navy:' ('uadl Don Jacket will Savannah last week" when he accompanied two other Jacksonville
Shooting for the guard berth and'1 speed and power in shooting The count heatily on the granitelikedefensive boxers to the Georgia city for scheduled bouts in the CrackerA
seeming to show great promise ax rangiest man of the team doesn purser" of flankers ('liu<'kMoore C.'a Southeastern Amateur Tournament of Champions stage
future Fliers are" C. T. Fmlea tower much over six feet, while 'll//y 'llsilale, cackles Ray there last Monday and Tuesday evening
whiz on flash passing : Bob Laug- at \eral. are standing at the 69- ,\dklns and George Kerstein" Representing the Jacksonville Journal in his tights :Martin
muier, never caught sleeping and 11h mark guards. Hill \UlonosUI and Male climbed through the ropes twice the lust evening emerging witti
fast couitmun : Bob Roberts. Ford and the sparkling line backIng a scalp both times" but failed to make the grade in the finals
Chuck ClaM.-y Bob \\esto\er" and SHIFT: Originated In 1909 by I of center l>ate llarksdale.Meanwhile ". lighting In the lightweight division, in accordance with lie! * speedy au, e-shoohng Carl Nelson Harry L. William.tlmt! Vale on the other front | imparted to him by !Made (utter, Director of All-Navy: athletic,
: player, as vouch at :Minnesota.rOPHAK Goslings mentor Linells i Is expetted who visited here last week, Joe: started the evening oft for the JtkMonvllle -
-- 1 : trio by punching out an lmprt'.he.tury"" over a I'herry
to give the nod to John
I'olnllal'IIIt": Jim Mnltli. Later in the evening, Martin again worettone
Dias and Ken Cotton for
starting I
I for ,Iiiby: putting at'r,' "I't' t.ful1"n Rudy I. ira, aiuith
end berths Joe
,, lugleinti and
slugger from Cherry }I'oint to sleep with a tl'h"av)' Iov,,-tat>t
lr (.ah jllliam at tackles liontaldwell
1 I from his \\l'r.ltudt",1 l mitts.
and( Kd: Arendain al
Y Gr u Johnny Veates, representing Jacksonville: in the featherweightdivision
+ Hankhittle
guards and al tierpivot
I I gained a T.K.O. bur his effort over Tommy Daneey i>t
postIn the Savannah Fire Department when Tommy failed to answer the,
1 tlie ItacKfield ('m..dl Jacka bell for the second round.

will probably start llama llutcliiiison i, Jax Welterweight" Cecil Johnson, third man on the Jax s-juoxJ,
I at I the signal-tailing allot l posted a decision over a fiery redhead, George Baker, to tally another / -
iiJyiHierson at left half Hop I victory for the Jacksonville representatives.
t Iloltlen at right half and OeorgeKinntar Martin's scrap: with Lara was said to be the outstanding battto
at fnllba<'k. Anderson has of the eliminations. Both punchers had fought earlier in the day
..llppetl. l off >8B jards In six tilts but still packed enough TNT to bring the large crowd in the
this season to lead the Flier bat'Us
Arena to their' feet: more than once:
In the rushing department and Uhuiing four out of the sixteen elimination bout ..ehcdutri.I
has i'unite*.lent with 14 pa-sses In the local trio wan held In a three-way tie with Cherry feint and .
'!8 attemptsI Sa'allnah'Jlllull Bag Athletic ..\.o..II..n.. all three teams h&vluf, ,
I ndet i fo:4l1ng colors in the backfield scored l four \Idlll.I....
will be Veion DeMoas at : Hoping to equal his performance of the night before. M-iitin
I quarterback Tommy Haddock and I went into the ring Tuesday for the final bout with every intent
Tom Musetti at the! halves and toward victoiy But, Joe. didn't know when he met Johnny Biucamello. -
I Jeorge; Veiling at full. Haddock, his opponent" representing Cherry" Point, that several round
will be the big cog in the Pensa- I Ii I ot tough competition was or\ taps. They put up & nip and tuck;
i ola otfense. the Fliers will have' battle, but Biancamello dazzling style proved disastrous to> the
his speed and deadly passing to Fightm Yeoman of NAS. and the Cherry Point pugilist took the.
om' ,-nd with for 60 minutes decision"

Fi\e 1 local huskies will be back .savannah'Union Itag Athletic Association walked off with
ha Jn i heir old stamping grounds' team honors for the Tournament Grady Bragg and tils .Assistant,
when the Fliers invade the Gosling ".:Hollkt y" LtNlge." coaches. of the Georgia group, were fighting I outside -
lor'tie:*, ,, Jerry VValterskirch- the ropes. for their boys and doubted victory only once ttirlf
en quarterback, Chuck Moore, out, the ton me)'-when Joe Martin let loose hit barrage
end halfbacks' Pat Rourke" and The 'Outstanding Fighter" trophy was slated to fall into the
Harry Epperson and pivotman hands of either Joe Martin or Johnny Biancamello because of their
C.eorR.Hollod. They all carriedthe fine showing in the bouts of the evening before when Martin took\
P"II.ia'ola spangles into the' two and the Cherty Marine split, losing one and winning; another
I Oator Bowl against the Fliers ill Because of his win over Joe in the finals, the Marine was awarded

47. but will be wearing the white the trophy
: 11 nn'it' lax Saturday aftetn '- Not forgetting the lH'rforfall't'I put on by lie "fl lilin" yeo
man" I the meet the of fans didn't'
x>n throughout majority present strt'lO'l,: )
.... I 1 with the judges choice\ and gave :Martin the best rotin.l of apjtlnHs; .
., -I OlilDIKON: : o-ralled from the I prompting ('halr'man liwln Price of the ('1'111'1,4"1'C lit award
AM) UEM. KNOWN ail ar',jund .iiz' ''inn a'hl.'" appearance of the stripeof lime him wit II an embleiuulh' trophy' proi'Uliiiinj;,; dim the must ii i.iuuUrmlttinun
\t ,. W1b", ,,gin iidi'i.-o oask-'tbail gvai last w-ek wIth the on the .held. In 190G the lieldas '1 In the loiirnament.
Jax a\'v hoops) ,'t ,i and will appear on I th' local hardwood again' marked lengtlmUe a. hell In five- The on.y remaining boxer on the team at NAB besides. : Pat
this It'USOII. Woolbright' was a member ot the. Jax quintal which yard stiippit. gUing It (he appearance Patterson, tutored leatherpusher; Martin will continue to carry the
l placed in th.All.vaty: basketball finals in 17, Besides basketball! of a clieckeiboanl: but I his station colors into square circles whenever the chance presents: itselt.
Woolbnghl was: :a. pitcher on the Fliers baseball team in '47 and '18, SsU'm of niLtrkint uas ubolishedIn \ Always\ praised by fight fan for his agility and powerful, lightninglike -
and held a fullback berth on the football team this year until injuries 1910, and' I the familiar "Ril.l- I punches. Joe la looking forward to a bright future Injid-j thiPage '
benched him. iron" returnml. :' I


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xml record header identifier 2008-10-20setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Jax air news.dc:subject Air bases -- Newspapers. -- FloridaNewspapers. -- Jacksonville (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Duval County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher s.n.dc:date November 26, 1948dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)579555 (ALEPH)sn 95047201 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Duval -- JacksonvilleUnited States of America -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida