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To Participate In Air Indoctrination Course II

VOL. 7-No. 23 8 September 1949

It. Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District .


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,;;I" Noel Davis Cup


.t,\ ., ;amN To NARTU OutfitHigh

!1 Award Goes To NARTU

. -. ,.to.,}". v'," > For Second Straight YearAn

\ organized Reserve Squadron of Jacksonville Na-

.1- .[. [ val Air Reserve Training Unit was awarded the coveted

Noel Davis trophy for the second consecutive year whert

1 VP (ML) 56 was adjudged the finest of its type in the entire\:

.. Naval Air Reserve Training Command which'comprises 27

I- + I activities throughout the nation.
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The Noel Davis Trophy, which I --
I posed of civilians from Jackson
I will be presented vllle and vicinity who attend trainIng -

I ceremony October 8, at Norfolk'i sessions one weekend every
Va., is awarded annually month at NAS where they maintain ..
their wartime service skill
squadrons adjudged the best of
and military occupations and undergo
t its type throughout the Command. other training

Fleet Air Service 158 .
Squadron --- -

of NARTU won the trophy last
t I, year. Fleet Air Jax Unit

a of near
Culminating year per.
I feet attendance at week-end drills To Join ServicesIn

_....._ .. ... and at the annual two weeks active

""i1iII' < : ;. TWO YEARS IN ARROW- NARTU's commanding officer Capt. Frederic W. Priestman (right) training period Patrol Bom
., congratulates Lcdr Charles W. Rogers, commanding officer of the "Weekend Warrior" patrol ber squadron 56 displayed excell.! Huge ExerciseFighter
squadron VI (ML) 56, winner of the coveted Noel Davis Trophy. It marked the second year In a ence I In flight and ground trainingand
I '\ row that a NARTU unit had won the trophy, awarded by the Naval Air Reserve Training Command also at the annual military
f to the squadron voted the best of its type. Lcdr. Robert L. Outings, commanding officer of NAR inspection held last March by the Squadron 131 of Air
TU's Fleet Air Service Squadron 158 (left) holds the plaque of the Noel Davis trophy won by his Chief of Naval Air Reserve Train Group 13 of Fleet Air Jackson
, ; men last year. ing. ville will represent the Navy at
-- KfrUlently Trained Air Indoctrination Course n.t..
major Air Force, Army and Navy

..4 166 Station Employees Local PreviewOf commissioned Patrol Bomber along squadron with NAUTU 56 was joint to begin training October exercise 10 at Eglm schedule Air

r : Jax on July 1st, 1946, and Is now Force Base, Fla.
'Task Force'A commanded by Lcdr. Charles W.
Rogers, the first Jacksonville man as Operation
1.Victims Of Cut preview of the Warner to join NARTU as a "Weekend combine the air demonstrationand
Economy Bros. movie "Task Foice" which Warrior" Executive officer of the Indoctrination course is an
all-out tactical
of Naval Air maneuver designedto
depicts a story Noel Davis Trophy winning squadron
'. Aviation will be held tonight is Lcdr. Thomas Ray of Monti- put into action hundreds of
The first effects of the economy program announced recently planes, and thousands of combattroops
(Thursday) at 2000 at the Stu- cello Fla. The squadron has 35
by Defense Secretary Louis Johnson realized at NAS last Friday in simulated combat drills
were -
fora .
Officers' Auditorium mt'd.ical
dent pilots, 13 ground officers, one
: with 166 of the Overhaul and to demonstrate the united effortsof
I' employees Repair Department selected group of guests. officer and 127 enlisted men
land, and naval forces.
receiving notice of reduction in force effective October 1. Featuring Guy Cooper, Wal. VP (ML) 56, along with Flt'etAll' air
ter Brennan and Wayne Mor Commanded by Harold S. Bot-
The cut here Is but of the Service Squadron 158, com
:" the month of July was 67. These ris, "Task Force," is a story of pleted two weeks of active train- tomley, Jr., VF-131 will depart:
/ many installations beingmade following at government the announcement were dropped owing to lack of the birth and progress of Naval I ing duty at NARTU last week. from NAS Monday, September: 12
funds or resignations without replacement Aviation, emphazing the work While on duty the Patrol Squadron to prepare for the main opera..
of to cut II
civilian a program in anticipation of fur done by the Navy and its I II engaged in a mock battle with tions which will actually get un.
government ther cuts in appropriations In aircraft carriers during the past derway October 10. Some 80 enlisted .
the visiting British frigate HMS
to the Defense Secretary's
According I
A'I 'August an additional 86 civilian war. It also Includes the progress Snipe in open sea near the St. men and 18 officers of the
economy program an. employees were discharged and I of a Naval carrier pilot'straining. John's Lightship and held joint Fleet Air Jax squadron will participate .
nounced August 24, some 135,000
in the exercise. .
through September a further de- Squad.roe
maneuvers with the Destroyer Escort
civilian would be discharged
ir employees crease of about 50 in the Public I A good many of the scenes USS McClelland and the sub. 131 is equipped with K8F
with cut from theNavy's
Bearcats considered to be the
Works and Supply Departments for the movie were taken onboard marine USS Pickerel. i
payroll, 41,000 from the will be made effective. the carrier USS Antie- fastest climbing conventlal typ-
Army, and 18,000 from the Air Organized reserve units are comV -
I tem. Lauded as one of the best fighter in the world today.
Force, which 377- A nt hurl ml Oiling Set
employ 359,000 I of the post war films exploit Hundreds of students from
000 and 169,000 civilian employees I Last Friday's reduction in force ing efforts of branches of the Efficiency Pennant armed forces schools, plus high
respectively. : was in compliance with the directive Armed Forces, "Task Force"is Army Navy and Air Force officials
Commanding Officer of NAS from the Bureau of Aero I slated to open Sept 20 at Ceremony Slated will witness the joint exercise .
Capt. Alvin I. Malstrom has stated nautics which states that the ac. the St. John's Theatre in which Is slated to hut
, that employment in depart. tion was based upon "revised Jacksonville. Attack Squadron 175 will officially through November 15.
ments other than Overhaul and planned workload schedules for be presented the Battle Ef- The 14th Air Force is charged
+ Repair already has been reduced 'the balance of the fiscal year," Admiral Thurber fflciency Pennant for 1949 at a with the logistics supply an.I
owing to lack of funds. The total which began July 1. When the formal ceremony scheduled todayat maintenance mission for the combined .
reduction in all departments in I full cutback will be in effect, the Visitor At NAS I 1130 at Cecil Field with Rear operation. The 14th Air
.---- -- -. Station will have an authorized Rear Adm. H. R. Thurber Adm. John H. Cassady, Comman.der I Force along with numerable oth.
Personnel Moves I civilian personnel ceiling of 4,966, Chief of Base Maintenance Fleet Air Jacksonville mak I er Air Force supporting unit

Enlisted Personnel division has only three above the 4,963 pro I, Washington D. C. was a two day ing the presentation. I will participate in the maneuvers
'.. moved into it's new location in posed by Secretary Johnson. Actual visitor at NAS this week. Admi- i VA-175 was awarded the pennant along with the 82nd Airborne Division .
,' the east wing of the Administration employment figures will be j ral Thurber, accompanied by along with VF-41 last month combat team which will
building and will be considerably below the ceiling fig. : Captain F. Close, arrived here I II for outstanding performances in represent the Army, and VF-131
ready for normal operation today I ure allowed on this date, due to i i Tuesday and left Wednesday following all forms of exercises and assigned which will carry out the Navy'ipart

I (Continued on Pace 2)) I j a brief orientation. tour. : duties for the past fiscal year. in the operations. _
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'* National Jlnlhem Birthday Denotes War Methods Strides II

+ !I', 135 next Tuesday
. ago
So in the years early dawn of September everywhere and later adopted as was not until 1931 that the hymnwas ments may be obsolete by newer collected more than $l,000,0t( )

13, 1814, a young American the National Anthem. Key, who officially proclaimed by Congo I applications of scientific principles tribute from the U. S.
.r? lawyer stood on the deckof visited the British fleet under a as our national anthem. In secret laboratories. I, That was enough for President
the British HMS Minden, I flag of truce in an effort to save But there Is small comparison Fast Pacing: World John Adams. The country went to
his drink in the ''a war-prisoner friend of his from between the rockets and bombs of I Every new weapon Incites the
letting eyes work and the Constitution
beauty of his country's flag still I a voyage to Halifax, had been de. that era and those developed dur. 1 development of some means to the UnitedStates
tamed by the admiral for eleven ing and since World War II. Norin neutralize it. But the principles always I. Constellation and
above Ft Mc.tenry
streaming gallantly tIt
the night's furious 1 days as the fleet tried to slip past this day of long range artillery, I remain the same with the slipped down the ways, .
# despite other Finally
Ft. McHenry and up the Patapsco fast flying jet aircraft, high altl.I forces of air. land and sea finding be followed by ships.
the British fleet.
shelling by 30, 1798 the U. S.
t "e War of 1812 was still be. river to capture Baltimore. I| tude bombing, the atom bomb, and ways and strategies for of. Navy on was April organized.The ,
lag ',fought, Washington had been \Word InuiHirlallxAd: I II I guided missiles can any combat observer tense I and defense I
burned. Now as the bright colorsof I The effort was unsuccessful. be moved emotionally as Only once in our history, between lesson learned then has not

J tf le flag, graced by 13 signlfi- I Though the night "became a soothing -, was Key, War today is a cold- i 1785 and .1793 in the period deterred later enthusiasts' of economy .
t Can( stars hung high, the young sea of flame and the harbor blooded calculated job, its 1'regies I I following the Revolutionary War or Ignoring the contributionof
mart heart filled with emotion. was lashed to fury," the fleet re. charted by military minds of I his this country been without a the Navy in the last war. Thimportance
Suddenly from his jacket pocket he treated. But only In the dawn'a' genius. with little if any 1'0011for Navy. At that time Congress de. of maintaining a fully
personal emotions.. cited I in : Interest of equipped naval organization in war
took an old envelope on which he early light could the anxious Key the economyto
began scribbling rapidly, I Ibe assured that Old Glory was I I America, !and the world too has disband the,Navy of the United and In peace, will be apparent to
His name was Francis Scott flying over the land of the free ', come a long way In- the race for Colonies. The Immediate result was the student of history of weapon
Key and the hasty lines adapted to with new victory and grandeur. weapons since those early days. the rise of the Barbary pirates a* long as the seas exist. The roleof
the tune of "Anacreon In Heaven," I Thanks to Key "the rocket's red New development have revolutionized who .aucceiwfiiUy: waged the first I' the Navy may change, but gave birth .to the "Star Spangled I I glare and bombs( bursting* . Banner," ..>on sung. by Americana were immortalized. Although It each day even modem develop-' country. The pirates In ore year fliN.VF131 .

Two JAX AIR NEWS 8 September 1949

Four Squudron Pilots '''Navy For ParticipationOf Commended I Weekend

Assigned To Air Force Its Athletes WtnyTaf/i Notes from {

I Tribute for the fine sportsmanship

displayed by the Navy teamin lt), ;

Fleet Air Jax will exchange! pilots with the Air Force in con. the recent Inter-Service Golf "

junction with the new Defense Department program aimed at promotion i I Tournament, in which Lt. (jg) flTIUTU :

\ of better understanding: between the two services and to train '.Anthony Grego of NAS competed, ,

the pilots of each in flying the other's planes it was revealed here': has been forwarded to Capt. Alvin .'v... .'
this week. I I. Malstrom, NAS commanding of. CVLG-52, VF52L, VA52L The ,
( ficer by Rear Adm. Herbert S. I Air Group is performing its two new hot rod, making a pretty'

Four pilots. two each from VF. Duckworth, former commanding weeks annual training duty with good horse trade on his Plymouth.

171 and VF.172 have already been 'officer' here who served as the the help and support of FASRon I Administrative personnel are
selected to be Assigned to the Air Navy To Sell : Navy member of the rules committee 58 and all hands have turned to in I breathing a little easier after the
I I landslide of work incidental to ,
Force for one year In exchangefor during the tournament. commendable fashion. j

a like number of Air Force 105 Vehicles'i Admiral Duckworth's messagein 1 CVLG52 has 11 officers and 12 aboard. '"

men i part reads: men on the cruise VF52L has 28

Lt. Dean S. Laird and Lt. Thorn. "It was extremely gratifying; to officers and 47 enlisted men a-

at Sedaker are the Fighter Squad. On Bid Basis see the fine sportsmanship demonstrated board. FASRon 58 has 13 officers Classified

ron 171 men to fly Air Force air by the entire Navy team. and 105 enlisted men on board. ,

craft for one ;year, while Ledr Their manners and conduct reflected ,I A number of the officers and :

William F. Heavy and Lt. (jg) Bids will be opened at 1000 credit to the Navy at all'' enlisted men have had to give up Bulletin ,I, ,, ,

Charles R. Bishop are the pilots I Wednesday September 14 by the I times. their annual vacation from their
from Fighter Squadron 172 slated I Naval Air Station for the sale of "Lt. (jg) Anthony Grego of your regular jobs in order to make this FOR SAI.F.Innersprlng :
with the Air Force command participated in this tournament I studio couch and irrnhhlnK
for term
a 105 vehicles in accordance with
cruise. Some are using only a partof chair, 125. Mr. Cassldy, 3419-A K1Ijnon -
Lieutenants Laird and Sedaker will : Public Law 600. All vehicles will with credible performanceand their vacations, while a few I St.

be assigned to Hamilton Field, be availabe for inspection by prospective I would like to take this opportunity ;i lucky ones were able to get mill- I Royal portable typewriter. Kxrellentcond

San Francisco, Calif., while Lcdr. bidders from 0900 to 1200 'i to thank you personally I tary leave from their Civil Service .. S33. Clausen. Ext. 679.
Heavy goes to the 20th Fightersquadron and 1300 to 1530 for making; it possible for turn but for KI'kf'r.hor... Johnson lute made<< ).
Monday through I jobs. training I Good ('(>nd., ITS. John Roche, 2143
Shaw Air Force Base, Friday after September 6. I him to do so. cruise is and we know .
i splendid Woodnle St. Ph. -6326 or Ext. ftI2:!. ,. _
tC.., and Lt. Bishop is headedfor Arranged on a competitive Grego, station champ for the that the few who were unable to Collapsible bassinette. $10: pad J3; "-
the Fourth at past two was one of the wale $5 14' chicken wire, 12*
Fighter Group ;years make the cruise are going to be baby : .
Langley Air Force Base' Va. sealed bid basis, awards will be survivors of the All-Navy finals wide. II: 1 !tt-iral. fuel tank '5, F.
behind in their work.
made to the highest bidder for to in I Y. Brown 27J6 Iroquois. Ph 2-1P23.
I compete the meet held at
The exchange of pilots is expected each vehicle While the provisions Maxwell Quite a few men nave come a '41 Willy Jeep. Good motor and tidy
Field. Ala. He was the
to be effected the latter I! of Public Law 600 do not per. second long way from home in order to D G. Bagenstos, Ext. 565 or V*.
part of this month. A quota of 25 mit granting of preference to veterans N highest Navy golfer in the make the cruise. The morale of Baby's high chair upholstered, lay
pilots from each service! will be meet which was won :, table with rh. on wheels Rr*' R.
I state or local government by the Air Force.Squadron the Air Group is very high. The Lew U. Jr., Aoc, 1223 B Hancock
exchanged for a year in ranks agencies or other groups, all persons j __ I Air Group is operating as an in. Ext. 349.
ranging from first lieutenant (jg) J I firms officers unit and the watch bill
or except enlisted dependent House for sale Gotwy, 4534 BlountStiwt. J
through major and lieutenant com II men and civilian employeesof 171 Men ; with duty; assignments was pub- I
:mander. ] Montgomery Ward deluxe fiR .' ,. U.
Navy or Marine Corp. and lished the first day of the cruise, \ ;.
VF-172, based at Cecil Field their immediate families, are eligible Race To Cleveland as all of the men stood regular Dewey refrigerator Pit Ext.175.! 771.Rt'flItl14 A. ,!
also 1 has to it British' bid.Ninetyseven watches like &
assigned a to An operating squad 650x13 the with tube. Good i-rnd ,
pilot Lt. Raymond Lygo, who will |"I of the vehicles up From USS Midway i iI i ron. I J.10 Binder, 5121 Atlleboro. Ph. 2. 'J'
remain with the local unit for at I There of few 6332. f
for sale are located here at NAS were course, a i,
least one year to observe methods I!: while eight of them are at Naval I I Five veteran Navy:jt- pilots of ', "kinks" to be ironed out but these 4 Rms, of furniture, cheap )olIN!

find techniques of Naval aviation. '!I 1 Air Facility Glynco, Ga Included Fighting Squadron 1771 based at 1 have been taken care of and e\'t'ry.1 Lane Park, 3819 A. Norman' St., I>wey ii S

------ --- | on the sale list are station Cecil Field joined in the huge: I thing is going along fine. Boston terrier puppies. A,K.C. r TK ,

i wagons, sedans, Jeeps, busses, | Armed Forces display of aircraftat lone Is.t'ry disappointed that the Toy stud service.\ Robinson. K188th I
i pick-ups, carryalls, panel trucks, the National Air Races at Cleve. i proposed trips to Oceana to work I Ave.. RJvervlew. ,;
90 Middies dump trucks, ambulances, searchlight land, Ohio, over the Labor Day aboard a carrier fell through. All Baby bathlnette, baby buggy-roth ;
I for .2'.l sl. hl-lIl.ndard
aviation enlisted 115 ta'tet
personnel in the
weekend off the
trailers, semi-trailers, truck catapulting car I pistol 1st $140 takes It. Banks Ext. ,
tractors, stake and canopy trucks, 'rier Midway for a race of some Air Group have flight "skins" and 42" 1412: Cumberland Rd. t
Due For Final I i one of the main interests of the Custom
amphibious cargo carriers, tractors 500 miles to Cleveland. radio for Plvmouth. fledge t
l DeSoto, '40 thru '4* ndels.
( is to in their Chrysler "
men time.
l and one concrete mixer. I.I I The )local pilots, Lcdr W. D. Big- get flight I $45.: Auto heater, fits an* car, r
\ Eligible bidders obtain bid ', gets, Lt. T. S. Sedaker Lt. D. C. t( The pilots are "on the ball" and Sutton Ph. .;xt. 5*"2 or '352.:
Visit TodayA forms may Laird. Lt. E. A, Buxton and Lt. t hope to get in enough flight time Outboard motor, 16 H,P. Johnson, ,
I by contracting the Disposal I'during the cruise to take off a I $115: Comdr. Batleon, Box 4.
Officer, Desupply Department, R F. Regan, flying their F2H Ban. 'little during the remainder NARTU. Ph. Ext. :n>. I'I'SIS.
some I shees landed aboard the pressure '34 Kmd, two-door. $H5: cash. Phone
fifth and final group: of NAS, by poet card, letter or in of the fiscal YE'ar.I < -6978House. .
while she was operating off Jack-
W) second class midshipmen from ,
person Ground school is 5 Bungalow Beautiful
'1 a busy place rms
sonville for two last week. As
the U S. Naval Academy are due : days I and all of the seamen are gettingthe landscape' Owner leaving town 2736
to arrive at NAS today aboard I the Midway sailed up the coast for word the various Iroquois II
166 Norfolk, Va., the Banshees took on subjectsthat FOR HI"":XT
the Caroline Mars lor two Employees
a day
them become
help proficientto 3-rm. cottage, Turn for couple JfO)
when the carrier within
orientation tour, concluding the I I IInadE'quacy came their squadrons. The pilots are mo Barrett, 3235 Mayflower St. Fh t.
summer visits of the station which (Continued from Pace I) 500 miles of Cleveland and the in 3-9783. :
five Fleet Air Jax pilots" conducted getting enough ground school House.VIII share 6-rm with 2 is'.

began' in June.Originally of actual funds available t
to make our "Chart Man" work.
I ults. Seml-pvt. twin. $12 seek I'ttli
six groups were it has been pointed out. It I a special race among them There is a rumor afloat that we ties fum Ph. 7-7510 2615 Gieen St., \

scheduled to visit here during thesummer will permit an employment of approximately selves. i are going to have an Air Group Mrs. Durham. '
rl The Midway operated off the 4-rm. A -rm. Apt. Unfurnished Mln 1
but one group expectedto 4,828. Mayport area Tuesday and Wednesday party before the cruise is over. Herring, 627 Edison Ave Ph, 4-334f.:
arrive here August 26 was II Receiving reduction in force letters for More about that after it becomesan 2,rm. Apt Gas cooking.: Child steep. fed. ,
landing :
"turned back due to the hurricane.The last Friday were 39 aircraft practice accomplished fact. Last year'sparty Ph. 7-7J74. Klckllithler.t |
by Fleet Air Jacksonville 2-rm, Apt, Cone to NAS. p\t. enlt ..n.-.. S '
first made its I mechanics five aircraft Instrument was of the best .
group appearance planes. Three squadrons, VF41, I ever Semi-: rO\f'II, 4633 ti
here June 6, followed by visits mechanics, five aircraft mechanics VF42 and VA45:', all of Air Group I Ens. David L. Lewis, Asst Acrjology \\ rrt.St.h.Io1tm: Lj
of other Middies on June ordnance, 10 electricians, Officer for the Air Group Apt Downstairs 2 bedrooms kitchen, Melectilcally
19'1 4, remained aboard the Midway to equipped heater j
space 1
July 15 and July 26. five painters, 15 radio mechanics, undertake a two week carrier received his LLB from the University f\l"!. Year-round rental $il.! :"K 5 1N
Planned as an important and three gas welders, five aircraft qualification course. of Florida September 3, 11t'g"R Jar Beach $ie Fri ,..rjor
essential phase of aviation trainIng fabric workers, three helper radio 1949, and expects to bring out his Sat. Jordan W"
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3-rm. furn. Meant heat Ue t
the middies will receive during mechanics, three helper aircraft shingle soon The Septemberdrill phone. In apt.pvt home. 2251 Post l<.. ; "
their summer training, the visitsto I Instrument mechanics, 53 I Navy Names New for the Air Group is being fore! 9 or after 6. Ph, 7-7"i21 Mrf. ,1 r 1'} *
NAS were just part of the helpers general, 16 laborers and Chief of held on the 17th and 18th to make Biesuell. i i
3-rm. ifrlK. i
ChaplainsCaptain unfurn. kitchen Elec.!
Air cruises which include four aircraft inspectors. the cruise really 16 days long. The ., breakfast nooken equip. Minos. i I<)
21 of the Navy's key air eta.I I --- ---- I Stanton W. Salisbury, working hours for the cruise are I Pvt, ent Roeder, 26.T8 College St. :4 1!
tions. Chaplain Corps! U. S. Navy, has '0700 to 1730 daily and we have 7-56T3. On bus line to NAS *J

During the stay here, the MidI I Bus Tickets Available been appointed Chief of Chap- six nights of night fI'ln; sched Widow home would Conv like to NAS couple 2-3Si' >Mrs h/"* ..' ,

dies will be conducted on general i lains of the Navy and Assistant I uled., I II DornrtHn. 461R/ Wheeler Ate "1

over-all tour of the station and Students riding the Jacksonville Chief of Naval Personnel, it was I Ibe in top shape insofar as our Furn. Rm 2318 Park St. Quiet pvt.home ,

Its! various activities Coach Company bus to and j' announced this week. I'' training schedule is concerned Ph. 7-5516.. Prefer man. Mrs Bucklarx,

school II| He will succeed Rear Adm. W. VA52L boasts of 60 percent enlisted 5-rm. unfurnished house Screened In ,4
from school :may purchase N. Thomas, who will retire in personnel present for two porch; Kitchen equipped l. The Murray }

Jax Air News bus tickets" at the Housing Office, i September after 31 years of ac- I weeks annual training duty. All Hill section Venus, 2-3762. $
Editorial Office Building 1050 between the hours !' tive service. At the time he assumes hands offer congratulations to Top Will take passengers Leaving 16 Sept.

South Wing, Lower Deck of 0745 and 1600 daily. the new position, Chap I'Norton. Lt. tjg) Norton is the for Pa Room for 2 or 3 to fhxie I
--- -- -- expense. Choate, Extension 454.! ;
930 lain Salisbury, who has servedin proud papa of a baby girl. Opera Wanted. Position as baby sitter rh.
Bldg.Extension 8184 both Army and the Navy, will tions have been moving right 2.9785. Mrs, Glandon, 4616 CieMentSt I:
Telephone be promoted to the grade of Rear along with a minimum number of -
Andrew It. Msney, tditor: Admiral. Captain Salisbury is a gripes. Lt, Cmdr. Sthrn-n, Com. Colored woman wants work t,>v o 1I1' '
or week. Best leferences.' Albfrata\
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published native of Decatur Neb manding Officer of VA52L has a or Dorothy lC>lItJus, Ph SIESI'W,
weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station
At tb* "..u.. Ckape's Birmingham -
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed sad MmtlB A.e.ue 1"
commercially with non-appropl'lateo ITotectaat I t :
funds at no expense to the goveinment 1045--General Worship Service, Chaplain -
and in compliance with SecNax Circular Francis U Albert.
Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December 1945. Clk.U* o.
Copies are distributed free of chargeat 09 the Naval Air Station the !Naval --.Mans '
Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxiliary 07110-Cecil Field | ..
AIfipf.L11: : Field and the !i Chaplain B. D. Mahedy will officiate I
U. S. I +s tr, s ss
at both ma-. . I I
I .
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of An outdoor Nursery for small children I
the Ships' Editorial Association! and U maintained between 0900 and I II
the Aimed Forces Press Sen Ice. Re- 1300. .'' .
of material from these I _
sources piudurtlon must bear a credit line. Republicatlon I, NAVAL HOSPITAL CHAriX ,I ;.-i
of other matter except by I I (Ward A-1) I
service publication Is prohibited without Pr.teatast1000Thine '
permission of Editor JAX AIR i Worship Chaplain John I'I'i :
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Frontier", with Roy Ropers FRIDAY and Gloria Davis. j \ I I

"Blu Lagoon", staring Jean Simmons and Dan Huston. i / ."'f.. .
........_ ", !
"I Was A Male War Bride", featuring Cary Grant and Ann -.. .. -
OFF FOR CLEVELAND-These four Navy jet pilots of Fighter Squadron 171 confer before .

Shc'ridan. MONDAY their take-oft last Tuesday from Cecil Field to the USS Midway, from where they flew In their

with Dennis O'Kreff' and Gale Storm. wn special race to the National Air Races in Cleveland, C). held over the Labor Day week-end.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Flying jet nil Banshees, the pilots waited until the carrier came within 500 miles of Cleveland.

Columbus" starring Fredric March and France I Left to right are, IX D. S. l.alrd. IX T. S. Sedaker, IX E. A. Kuxlon and Lt. R. F. Regan. Lrdr
"Christopher W. I>. hiprers who also was in en the rare is missing! from the plthue.Page .



-8 September 1949 JAX AIR NEWSTCUPPLY Page Threw

I 1 Anchors In The Sky


Report For Active Duty StintNaval

.o -a report from Employees Ser- Air Reserve Training

a Ices Office, the annual station Unit's Carrier Air Group C4 LG- Donaldsonville, Ga., Sunday, September
vide Shop Committee election will 52 reported aboard last Satur- 11.FASRON.

be electing three to represent the day for its annual two week active 58 which will supportAir
department. It is not too early duty period accompanied by
to be giving consideration to a Fleet Air Service Squadron 58 Group CVLG-52 is command.*

possible candidate < Hartley which will provide support in op- ed by Comdr, Leroy Johnson of

I Sleeves, who was once a regular erations during the two week Atlantic Beach. It will hate the
cartoon contributor to the Air training.The .
gigantic task of keeping all NAR-
f News is currently having his work Air Group, commanded by TU
appear several times weekly on the Comdr. Edward S. Gwathmey of carrier type aircraft ready

editorial page of a local evening Clarmont Fla., consists of two for.Clight throughout the opera
paper Rip Brown checks out squadrons: Fighter Squadron 521. tions

,.,. tomorrow and,.after taking a little -r commanded by Lcdr. Frederick
f.. time to dispose of his attachmentsto C. Wolff and Attack Squadron
; our city, will move the first 1 52L under Lcdr. Warren, Schoen. BREEZES
of the month to Nashville, GA., Total amount of "Weekend War
l'': where he has purchased and will riors" reporting for the annual -

operate a" grocery: store. The (cruise from the Air Group and ,I Mrs. Henpeck: What would you
{ new Five Points Theatre advises "' FASRON will number 71 officers do if I were to die?
t that the much-awaited "Hamlet" is and 225 enlisted men. j Mr. Henpeck: It would driveme

!, booked for an October Major part of the training by crazy, dear
Jf you believe in Mother Nature'sweather the two units will be devoted to I I Mrs. Henpeck: Would you marry .
prophets--and there are carrier. qualification. in the form again?
.- "-' who swear by 'em -you'll be the FLYING while ANCHOR-This is the formation seen frequently in i of carrier landing practice at the I Mr. H.: I don't think that I'd
out your fall clothes early. sky Carrier Air Group CVLG-52 is on two weeks active local. airstrip. be that
'W1ofle duty with NARTU. With their precision flying the Reserve Air crazy.
season presager, the fig tree, In Air Show
already shed her leaves Group pilots have won a niche for themselves in this area, having Original
!! and, training plans were to WAVE You
also : remind of
originated the me
flying slogan "Naval Reserve my
Packs Peace
they tell us, fig trees have never Include a three-day qualification mother.I .
been known to be wrong. Power" painted under their wings and easily visible in the high I period aboard the carrier U.S.S. Sailor How
blue vender.Government. I' : come?
CORRECTION, PLEASE-Pres- .I.. Franklin D. Roosevelt, but the I WAVE: She told me never to
ident Truman once defined a col. 1-- I huge carrier is not available at be seen with like
umnist as a 'reporter who was ; Life this time, thus putting off actual anyone you.
fl oo well off he no longer need dig tr' carrier. qualification work until I
up the facts. That pretty well Insurance Holders I a later date. A woman was buying a drink-

inscribes us: Dan Lane, whom we Get No NSLI Funds Pilots of Fighter Squadron 52L ing trough for her dog, and the
,'. reported to be a blushing bridegroom and Attack Squadron 52L are shopkeeper asked if she would

of last week, gave us to Holders of U, S. Government well known throughout the area. 'like one with the inscription:
T' understand that he's been blushIng for their aerial the Dog" on it.
+* a Life Insurance are not eligible | precision. The I "It "
f bridegroom for six years! for any kind of rebate from National squadrons are the originators of answered.really matter, she
b'e j can announce with some as.I" I! Service Life Insurance it NARTU's famous "Flying An- "My husband never
', purance. however that chor" and the drinks water and the dog can'tread.
Charles "Na-
F has been revealed by the Bureauof slogan I ."
..' "Chuck" Caffrey was married a. Naval Personnel. Tilt'RSnAY SH-T.: I val Reserve Packs Peace Power." I _
I"; .- few weeks ago --. Chuck told ]100 I The two will exhibit
us I -Bowllnic Club. 21TO-Membership squadrons I
The two of insurance
1' ;" himself. types open In the club Game night some of their close flying formations Machinist: When anything goes!
t ;I is: DID YOU KNOW: That Polly ,i National Service Life Insuranceand Plastics Informal' dancing Plexiglas, Leather, at an air show slated for wrong around the house, I always
\:: McDonnell has U. S. Government Life Insurance fix it.Wife.
just returned from ,I FRIDAY, *.H'T. f --------- -- ---- --
: tr serin" the sights in New Orleans? are systems of "gov- 1830 Horseback Iding Magnolia : Oh yeah? Since you fixed
l JP: She sent several typical Polly I ernment insurance", but are entirely Stables Transportation leaves Club the clock, the cuckoo backs out
( yj1' cards while enroute That John : separate. Each is supported ]&10.display Visit of the beautiful Hobby Shop gifts.I and Bunco seethe and asks, "What time is it?"
S 'p. Cohin can recite all the U. S. by an independant trust fund games prizes, paitners. Informal i 1

? V Presidents In order and In less time comprised of premium paymentsand dancing I He: C'mon, give me a kiss. .
: their SATI RIAV. SEPT. 10
.f than it takes to tell about it here earnings. Open House Magazines. TrleBhone She: No. I got scruples .
i A' (Ask John for the recipe of his I Dividends, if any on U. S. Books. Finn Pong Snack I He: That's all right. I had 'em
:: favorite dessert for which he has Government Life Insurance are Specials Saturday night, Dante, twice. Gimme a kiss.

1":1 V:... a ravening appetite) Pearly apportioned and paid separatelyto ly.tO till si 22)10'MAV NAS, SEPT Band It, I
Dorsey, who helps keep the third eligible holders, Bupers states. 1000 till 1200-Java Hour. Donuts I Heredity means if your grandfather -
deck looking the way it should, I I (SEA) 1400 till 1600--Hometown Hour. 1700 didn't have any children
till mo-Vetper Time. 1800 till 1100
,IN' has jut returned from 1 -x- -
i a trip to then father
Buffet your probably
\ .:, Supper. 19Hi till 2110-Around
;' Flora and Canada? the Piano with Mary Smith. wouldn't have any, and neither
-I That Funkensteln is flying' Sunday School Here MONDAY SEPT: it would you probably.
Jl'!| << to "Bahstawn" on her vacation Miniature Golf Ladles I night. 1410!:
( "i, this month Reopens Sept. 18 Transportation leaves Club. In Club- \ f
t. i i Handicraft Classes. Informal Dunclne I Leota"He's: so romantic. Every
;j. ? QUOTABLE --
: QUOTE: Too many I In the summer New RerordlnmTl time he speaks to he
'" : recess during I :S1MY. SE:1: >T. IS: me says
people get too old too soon trying months, the station Sunday School 19)0: Roller Skating Jax Roller 2 s 'Fair lady',"
n :fjt\! ; I to Have stay young: too long: will re-open Sunday September 18 Rink U'SO Night Transportationleaves r 1 VII Eleanor: "There's nothing romantic -
you heard When Jane with the children reassembling in Club In the Club 2000 til210O about that. It's merely)
Russell -Dunre Classes Arthur Murrav'sInstructors.
ti and
Bob Watcrfield were the small chapel at 0930 for enrollment Learn the easy way. Informal I[111 I'' force of habit. He used to be a
married it I
t was agreed that Bob and classification. I i dancing Latest recotdings.WMtMSDAl street car conductor."
would do all the cooking he : The station Sunday School; numbered : ; :o.I"r.: 14
didn't want Jane leaning over a 135 children last and Week I Party. Enter contest "Klnjr I "99,984 stroke, I will keep mj hat I
year Traffic "Don't know
hot For A Day See Club bulletin board you
stove!! and while the
; squared quarterdeck
I endangering her carI i I It is expected' that approxlmate'I'I Jax Air News. Inlander and Jar crossing what I mean when I hold up "
eer. (From "Let 'Em Eat Cheese ly the same number papers Sponsored bv the LSO Nl'ws-1 99,983 I will .!! hand" .y
,f \( cake") and: the jacksomllle Jaycees, Jackpot I ,
.._. Bible studies a week from Sunday worth $100.00. Entry blanks can j Old Lady: "I ought to. I was *
1 X ': -- morning.. he obtained at the tSO: Club I i school teacher for 40 jears."
--- --
j 1;:' He Missed The Nickel

1 I, ..<,f.,;':,'', HULL, QUEBEC (AFPS) The II j New Organizational Set-up of Our National .Security
walked into the cafe "
.,. ; !!t:, waived a gun, robbed Miss Blanche [PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

rt Gendron of $38, and then locked
1 t-'":' her up so he could make n gelRf .r .
;f' way.
f< ", But police nabbed the culprit I
.;,,If', Within a matter of minutes, e .
.:A He had locked Miss Gendron in .
j a Advises Peident en the Ceotde.img asancy For AdeH P.ada't! ell aoa.i.te
telephone booth.THROWN ,.toa et doteeda, sit elites .Hacbny the dete. lI\oJ.\1, ftd.triol
tae.ys.nd T,18.ry, polar et.a'i wnltoy lea's ed etvtlaa aobths.teeCeo'du'etu
A handsome Air Force athlete

applied for the position of football -
coach at MacMurray College ,

+ In Jacksonville, 111. However, there
lhe;inteL1s,, .
r. was one slight hitch in the deal .'tvtes .1 FtCl.... SECRETARY OF'eeseoncemed.thsecwtr
: whkh made him ineligible for the DEFENSE
(>MacMurray is strictly a wonen's -
; school. (SEA).
I o I .


j The Dompsey-Gilbons, fight at I Is
", Shelby, Montana in 1923 certainly
held the interest of the fann One
:, in particular.

Mrs. Jeanette Darling, 62, of St. ,

Paul, Minn., was granted a. divorce! ; AdvM n U nuoW.D : t. Advises Seeat.ry .f D. Psiwtat vaiow dotes ,n.. Advas; S.cnlar ./ Der
( explanned, cunt Council .lf.cbny the atauJ f_.. wppe.t epl./ al JC5 ing 4hc ... ..... MC""ty
went to the fight and hasn't
Urn home since (AFPS).
u___ .____

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Abraham Lincoln wrote the

Gettysburg Address while travtl- GEN. IRA9111I L1tJ4JAI .
ing from Washington to Gettysburg IMWI

' 1 on the back of an envelope.A I I

a dumb blonde thought that I ARMY CM icr Of CHIEF CF NAVAL AIR Clllii OF


j, aJIRhtS. -

The teacher testing the
.. was I GlN. COlLINS10M.. ENflLO GEN. V"NDENUR6
knowledge of the kindergartenclass.
Slapping a half-dollar on Shown here i is a chart illustrating the new national security set-up with its various chains of command. Of prime importance
the desk, she asked sharply, is the Department of Defense which: is coordinating agency for all matters affecting the nation's military forces. The Office of Secretary
"What is that" of Defense, headed by Louis Johnson has beta strengthened by the addition of a Deputy Secretary and three assistant Seerrtarir -
Instantly a voice from the back *. Another important change is tbt establishment of the port of.. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, a post filled by General
row said, "Tails" Omar N. Bradley,

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Pacre Four JAX AIR NEWS 8 September 1949

HAS Skeelmen Capture

Gulf Coast Tournament' '

A; \\: f tl Ii l ,,4 Trip Pensacola In Playoffs .

: In Tough Service TourneyDespite

a pouring rain which gave more of an atrno;

&k phere of a duck hunt, Jax-Navy's veteran skeetmen con.

tinued to add to their laurels by capturing the Gulf Coast

Skeet Championship at Pensacola, Fla. last Saturday, topping (

a NAS Pensacola squad by three points in a playoff

,>\S. i shoot for first place honors. i

', scheduled Shooting event 476x500, the In local the gunners regular i The-high overall- individual; trophy ; : f

gf.. tied with NAS Pensacola. but I was copped by Aviation Ordnance -
3. 'knocked down 21 out of 25 clay Chief J, R. Freeman of NAS "
pigeons in the shoot-off forcingthe Memphis who missed only one bird
host team to take a second In the match. The team "
,S place. Corry Field Fla. finished championship went to W. P. Kemp Y
third with a 469x500 tally, while and K. E. Field of Pensacola who ,
k Brookley Air Force Base from Mo. I together tallied a 196 score.
bile, Alabama, fired a 467x500/ for Top triggerman for Jacksonvillewas
fourth. Gene Varner who shot a
97x100 score, while Bill Arthur
With eleven teams
was second( in line with a 96xl<).) ,
in the affair, NARTU Jnkson.vllle's -
tally Herb Pistole finished with'
skeetmen made their season
debut in grand style by placing 95 targets while Wayne Eddlngt.mand
Nick Gallitano each knocked
eighth in competition a good position
ix down 94 clay birds.
in a Shoot which boasts some
Leading skeetmen
of the best Navy ana Air Force
In their initial match Bob
the : wa,
aggregations in southern partof
the States. I Kincaid, followed by Bill McElroy.
I Ken Pendergrass, Gil Touche and
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Furys Finish on Top i I Charlie Myers.Edd1ngton.

In 2-Ball Foursome ScoresIn

I Amil and Al Fury walked off Jax Skeet Shoot
with high honors in the Officers' Wayne Eddington one of Jax
.S C Wives Club monthly golf two Navy's highly touted skeet shooters -
$ ball foursome tournament staged finished in the higher bracketat
last Sunday over the NAS greens. the Jacksonville Gun Club in
Sam and Kirk Horton and practice shooting over the week "
Blackie and Cookie Kennedywere end, picking off 48 out of 50 birdain
deadlocked for the runner. the skeet division, and registering
up honors in the first flight. a 44x50 tally in the trap
Steve and Alexis De LaMaterand shoot event.

COP ANOTHER CIIA\IPIONSIUP-Jax.Nuy's: skeet team continued to set the pace among Marshall and Sara Gatchell' Eddmgton's score in the skeet
district service teams by winning the Gulf Coast Skeet tournament held at Pensacola last Saturday. topped the second flight competition. firing put him in a tie for tint
I Front row, left to right, are, Herb Howell, Bill Hartley and Wayne Eddington. Back row, Nick Gal- with Mrs Marie, Ellis while his
lltano, John Barleon, and Bill Arthur Missing from the photo are team members Gene Varner and In the Bingo Bango Bungo trap tally was good enough fora
Herb Pistole play Tuesday three players tied runner-up spot outshot only by
-- - I for the top spot, including Hazel Captain Avery and tied by Herb ,
I Hirst, Cathy Thorpe and Dodie Pistole who registered an identicalscore. t
Grind Toughens For Jax Gridders Marchel Captures Smith. '
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1 15-Hole Handicap 3 Straight Wins Puts Softballers

As Skirmishes Fill Benefit Golf Play :.
Daily AgendaWith

I Accurate driving L. T Marchel In Finals Of Duval County TourneyDisposing ;.

less than three weeks remaining before their opening grid captured low gross honors in the -, ,. -, -
clash ot the season at Corpus Christi, Texas, Sept. 24, against the best selected 15-hole handicap of their first three muir and a triple by Don Savin.).
Corpus Comets Jax.Navy's football eleven is still far from being in tournament held at the Air Station opponents in sterling fashion, Daring Running S
A-l condition; but recent scrimmages and workouts have been continually links last Saturday by bang- Jax-Navy's softballers won their ','
Both teams went scoreless for
shaping the gridders into what head coach Don Jacka hopes ing out a neat 64 tally, which witha way into the finals of the Duval
will be one of the nation's top service aggregations in the coming handicap of 9, gave him a net County softball tournament By the first thre frames, then Jax-
pigskin campaign.Although score of :55. downing the City Engineers 4-3 Navy opened up in the fourth to '
men are being cut !'1 _____ __ ________ __ ___ __ The proceeds of the tournament't in a semi-final fray Tuesday I push over 3 runs gaining the "
from the squad day by day, still Chuck Moore, Frank Henningerand will go toward the annual Junior night. The locals were slated to last on a triple steal. The Engineers i. -
enough able huskies remain on Vince Annania, all three hustling girls and boys tournament slatedto tangle with the Jax Police for crossed the platter twice in
the Held to build two powerful jug. anchormen who are very be held later this month. I the County title last night at the same canto, then knotted the ...
gernauU to carry the colors of adept at snagging passes. Norris Low net man in the recent affair Lackawanna.In score in the fifth as they registered :r
NAS Jacksonville. While the top Thompson, Jim Patterson, Tom was J. M. Rayfield who cardeda their first tourney fray NAS a lone tally. Daring base *> '
team will battle its way through Henderson and Ted Daum are 70, minus a handicap of 15 took King Edward Cigars into running by NAS in the sixth "
tough competition against outstanding making things hot in the battle which gave him a net score of camp, 11-2, and proceeded to I paid of for the second'time as !i': .
service squads of the 'for starting tackle assignments. In 54. Charley Miller was next in drub Sargent Seat cover'S 8-4 before they pulled off a double steal to -.
fcoutheast, a second team, expected the pivotman spot, George Hoi- line with a net tally of 55, fol. beating City Engineers. The I score the winning run. :
to be tabbed the "Rockets," lad and John Coxon are expectedto lowed by S. W. Reed and W. F. locals now boast of a 15-game I With Ed Bucherich hurling; :':
will take on lesser foes including I see plenty of action this year. Lyons, who each recorded 56's. winning streak. extending their superb four-hit ball, Jax-Navy'j; -
Green Cove and Florida StatePilson. Both men are returnees from lastyear's season's slate to 29 wins against softballers came from behind to ft/
Other scores In the were ,.
:: squad. With such an arrayof 4 losses. I their second win
score of the .
as follows: C. H. Turner, 59; I /
I'awt lw.'kfl"ld talent for a forward wall, line .Mickey Boytis, 59; Glenn Barnes, Ed Bucherich registered his : tournament by defeating the Sar- ,,
The backfield, after a slow, coach Walter Shin is hoping to' 58; Clem Connaly, 59; Cuido Rus. : 12th straight victory of the sea- gent Seat Cover squad 8-4 in the &:
\lnpolihl"dIItart, ia now shaping will build a strong barricade which cetta, 60; A. B. Connor, 60; and son as he hurled the local aggregation quarter-finals round last Friday. r'
into top-notch form with several stop anything thrown at them H. Russell, 60. I to victory over the Sar Paul King's hitting power spark red -
men'! battling hard for each starting coming season.'I'I'II The coming Junior tournamentwill gent nine while Paul Franke I the locals in batting as h position. Coach Ben Griffin, have two flights, one under ; boosted his pitching record to I banged out a home run and twoi
backfield mentor, expects to moulda SPORTS QUIZ 1 12, and the other over 12 yearsof twelve wins and only three los- i i singles to drive in five runs. Don
pair of hard-hitting blocking age. AH matches will be playedon ses by stumping the Engineers SavinG added to the attack byI
backs out of Gordon Kent and Harry I 1. In 100 pro fight Sugar Ray the back nine, one round being Tuesday. Both pitchers gained I collecting two safeties.
Mar'r. Setting the turf afire Robinson lost only one, and had played off each week stalling top suport as the Navy squad The locals fell behind early ia
with his speed and agility is Curly I two draws. Do you know the lone September 17th. Further paiticu- i played erorless ball on the field the contest when the Sargent II
Penyak, an outstanding candidate' victor over the welterweight king? lars will be available next week I and pulled off brilliant base-run I club scored two tallies in the
for the wingback spot. Penyak, 2. What two players are in a'' --- -- -- --- I i' ning strategy.In :1 initial frame and one' more in .,
considered one of the fastest backson i close fight for the career leadership Dover, Eng (AFI'S) Philip the most recent tiff, Franke the third. But, Sargent hurler .
the field, doesn't stay long in I in homers among players now Mickman, an 18-year-old British gave up only four safeties to the Cecil Harrell began to weaken in .
one place when he gets his hands active In the majors? I school boy, recently swam the Engineers, not more than one the fourth and the local combo
un the pigskin. I 3. The first game in the major English Channel In 23 hours and per inning, while local sluggers tallied three runs to knot the
Gus Kinnear, outstanding full. leagues to be forfeited since 1942 I 48 minutes the youngest ever to garnered seven safeties includinga score, then chalked up two more
back on the 1948 squad, is still occurred recently in the National do so. pair of singles by Jim Lang. scores in the fifth to ice the fray._ %
shooting hard for the same post ''I League. What two teams were involved I ----- "
this geadun. but has competition and which was given the !
from Ken Kinball and Ed Grass, I game? I
two spirited boys also battling I 4. How did the recent Walker
hard for the fullback spot with : Cup Golf Matches come out? I -
both expecting to see plenty of action I 5. By what nickname are these
this year. Lucky Nelson, Larry three college elevens known :
Scharr and Cal Rhoades are Wisconsin, Dartmouth, Tulane, ; :
three live wires with plenty of ANMVKKSuonv : S
savvy and speed shooting for the .\If.UoJoJIO 'IiUIIpUr! 'ilJoJofpllg q S
tailback berth. 'punbll lilltIJH (
LliM Tough/ al(1 WOJI JOPI\ l(1UoJ.\( )('} s11! 4'a
The punting and passing depart. i uiH4) .sajBjg Pultun, ; MJ, 't J y
lent boasts a pair of powerful'' "tuna! { glgd'IaPel4J { 3may. -
toe artists in Lucky Nelson and ( (! { ;un ql.J'PlHI{ oIqnlpIf ( .
Marty Handler. Both men have 10 awed PUOJM mJUBIO ( pdpJ8\\1f ,
been booting the ball with accur .1'\\ MzW JoA.oJN: aQL 't .
acy and have equal chances of '.} ( UUlL"( 'UOIJIPP" g .e 5' o"h c
handling the punting chores this >{uvA *qi( puneduiHiu olddeygiQ oIOf 't
Season.' Nelson and Bandler also 'Mil! UI Wn dUO ;
kriow great promise as passers, UI'tlU't"J| Pdl"loj( 'VH"W1l"t llIr v fS
Arid are proving very helpful in 'duin<(> 1dMoJPPW< ( JutloJJd 'I
Scrimmage when it becomes necessary I ----- --- -- \
to gain ground via the aerial KIMI.MIIA.' WU. (AH'S, >)> I. A.

route. "Corky" Corraini went the route o ___ n____________.__._________
Three top-notch guardd Joy recently In i 4'l-inning softball PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT Setting up lays and running tliem through the opposition, : '
Slnko, Bill MolonoHki-j and Ski game. H" pitched 1-9 shutout such as these Jax-Navy gridders above demonstrate, is Just one phase toward. the building! &f the ,
'Kososki are stundouU Rounding which took four hours. and ten 1919 edition of the station's grid DI,, hhie. Quarterback: llama II llutchiuwn (arrow>)> takes the bill
cnU th soda in promising style 'He minute front center to initiate a play '

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