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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 24, 1951
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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A Reminder WeatherFriday


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Drive Carefully, Remember J'fl X S showers cooler. slightly ,I

The X life Saturday Mostly

yoi{ save, may be Sunday and mild.
Partly
your own. cloudy and
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'. VOL-9 No_8 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA May 24, 1951

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Headquarters_of the Commander. Fleet Air Jacksonville. ., Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Win; 11
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Relations Group IVP-5| Takes! Part !{


From WashingtonIn : In "Convex-T\vo" -:


Local ConfabA Tests In Atlantic :


team of experts from the fr Some 150 officers and men

Washington, D. C. Office of of Patrol Squadron Five returned -

I" Industrial Relations held a late I last week from

series of conferences last three weeks of i intensive i

week at NAS Jax for the pur- training in conjunction with
'pg y 5< ? "Convex Two", antisubmarine :
pose &t discussing recent em-
: warfare defense tests
local
ployment trends, employment -
la r
held in the Atlantic.
and clar-
; problems,
directives recently The mock war maneuvers un-
ifying new
der command of Admiral WillialM.
issued. Fechteler, Commander in Chief
Heading the team was Comdr. of the Atlantic Fleet, saw the per-
Qscar E. Loesaer, Jr., who called formance of VP-5's efficiency bothin
together representatives of naval air and on the ground. Con
Establishments within the Sixth stant readiness on the part of pilots -
Naval District. crews, office force and mess
Representative of the Naval cooks was the keynote of the local -

Station Green Cove Springs, Naval squadron's success.
Air Facility, Glynco, Ga., the Around Clock Flying
Naval Ordnance Plant, :Macon, Around the clock flying kept
Ga.,'Office of the Supervisory Inspector plane crews and mechs in a stateof
Atlanta, and officers and expectant trouble-shooting. A
key civilians in supervisory posi- complete engine change was recorded -
tions at NAS Jax, were in attend- by one VP-5 crew in a scant
ance. 21 hours, a remarkable feat.
Anderson Visit A total of 600 hours was flown
by VP-5 pilots and crews, 400 of
A member of the Washingtonteam 'M'iitm n; &Ja1<-&;::- K :Z _.. J.t.U H{ : them at night. Competition among
was Arnold O. Anderson, DESTINED FOR CHARITY-Moved under armed guard, this load of greenbacks and silver the men contributed to the out-
former Industrial Relations offi- taken in at the Navy Charity Carnival last week, is delivered to the station bank to be deposited in standing achievements attainedby
cer of the station, and now head the name of charity. O. L. Brown, left, assistant bank manager, hands receipt to Lt. John Nuck, VP-5. While one shift restedin
of the Employment Policies and Carnival disbursing officer, with Chief Pasquale DiTursi looking on. Total amount derived from the preparation for their leg of the
Operations Branch of OIR. Carnival will be announced later.Charity battle, other crews were on the
Others the team were: Marvin -
on
In
wing quest nf "pncmv" tAr
--- ---- ---
J. Ottlllte, head of the Employee gets.: .

Management Relations CarnivalIs Commendable Work
Brief
Branch; Ray S. Crosley, Training CeremoniesSet All hands of the squadron per-
Division; Edward A. Sonpayrac, formed
commendably throughoutthe
head of the Progress and Field for Memorial
maneuvers, with Lcdr. Jerome
Coordination Branch, Wage and Rossillion, Lcdr. Charles Weiss and
Classification Division, and Alexander Huge SuccessThe Day ObservanceA Lt. David Zimmer, acting as brief-
Turnbull, Jr., head of the Ing officers. Radar operators and
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 2) 21-gun salute from the bat-
radiomen did fine
especially a Job
is But it
Carnival
1951 Navy Charity now history. tery of twin three inch guns will In making successful their attempts *
i is almost certain that not one of the many thousands of per- highlight brief ceremonies next to locate the "enemy",

Big ResponseTo sons who attended it will soon forget its color, its first class Wednesday as the Naval Air vPis commanded by Comdr.
i entertainment, or the truly holiday spirit that pervaded Station joins the rest of the nation Rex W. Warner.
in observance of Memorial
The Atlantic war games involved
NARTU'sBoot tnrougnoui. Day.Memorial 100 naval vessels, several
would be difficult, if not Im-
It Day has been de-
hundred naval planes and 50,000
civilian and mili-
possible, to say which of the eration of both clared a legal holiday for mili-
officers and men. The maneuverswere
School and features most tary personnel, who generously
booths was pop- tary and civilian personnel.
designed as one of the most
donated their time and talent. We
with the milling- crowds
ular Manned
by a Navy gun crew, realistic tests of anti-
th-Navy's
are proud, too, that no major
which poured through the gates the station battery will fire
Recruits are pouring into this gun submarine defenses yet conducted.
problems or complaints arose
All seemedto
both carnival nights. the salute Wednesday at one-
the Jacksonville Naval Air thanks to the recommendations -
be equally busy. But there can year minute intervals beginning at
Reserve Training Unit in response be no doubt of the huge successof made by those who worked 1200. Colors will be at half mast Adm. Stone Inspects
to the drive currently Klddieland, where children of with the carnival last year, and until the last shot is fired.
entranced the which made It possible to avoid The theme of Memorial
underway to' obtain young all ages were by Day Medical FacilitiesInspector
nursery book atmosphere, the many pitfalls will "be carried out at services
men for the eight-week Air- gaily decorated booths. this Sunday at the All-Saints General Rear Admiral
man Recruit Training Course Many Attractions Share Your Air NewsDue Chapel where the local chapterof Leslie O. Stone, Bureau of Medi-
that will commence at NAR- Kiddieland was developed in its Fleet Reserve Association will cine and Surgery, completed a
TU June 20th. entirety by civilian and military to the limited supply of attend in a body, parade colors routine inspection last week of
personnel of Overhaul and Repairin Jax Air News, personnel are asked and prepare the altar. Special Naval medical facilities here as
The sixty successful applicants part of his tour of the Sixth Naval
answer 'to the need for chil- to share their papers with services honoring the war dead
youngsters 17 and 18 years dren's entertainment made evi- their buddies. will be held at 0900 Wednesday District
old, will receive naval uniformsand dent last carnival. It Due to the rising costs of print- morning at St. Edward's chapel. During his visit, Admiral Stone
be paid $140 for their eight by year's from the results ing, it is impossible to supply Station personnel have also Inspected the Naval Hospital, NAS
weeks. They will live in the was apparent had their each individual at the Naval Air been invited to participate in Dispensary and the Medical De-
that all concerned
put
NARTU barracks and be fed at Station. services off the reservation.by nartment at Green Cove Springs.
their skills into
hearts, as we.ll as -
the Naval Air Station mess halls.
the project.
NARTU's recruiting office, lo-
cated in Hangar 113, processed was The right animated out of merry the comic- go-books.round Uncle Sam's Overall Plan At NATTCenter
34 young men last weekend in I

'" Armed the height Forces of the Day Carnival observances.All and. The See thousands Prize Winners of youngsters on Page who 3 Makes Sure Lads Get Rate Best Suited For

applicants were given classi-
fication tests and physicals as rode the ponies-and the single If your kid brother were one of the student counsellors.He I week of the scheduled eight-week
part of the processing.It donkey-in the "live" merry-go- coming to NATTCenter could is given an opportunity to fill course and a chance to fill out an-
is expected that the highly round, was proof enough of manya tell him which i out a form stating his choice fora other form for choice in rating.
popular eight-week prograt will youthful desire being fulfilled. I you rating rating. He is then transferredto This time he gets a chance for I
have all its applicants in theM Dual Treat would I be best for him? the "Rate Shops" for one hour's first, second, and third choice.
very near future. Chances are you couldn't, but instruction in each of 12 courses. THE LOGIC IN this is 01>-
that Another was fulfilled desire, was more the obvious changeto there are people in NATTCenter This brings him up to the thira (Please Turn to Page 5, Col. 4)

"Dip the Cop" in another hangar. who can tell him.. I "
Lost-Television The wholehearted way in In fact they will make it a
which the sailors hurled the balls 'sure and meet : .::'"
to be your ':
point "
Set Ducat HolderA that sprang the trap, dropping brother and have a talk with him. -'i ....... : .
station police and high ranking This is not a special consideration ......' yam
>: :
.. hunt is on for a television officers into the tank, representeda it's part of "Uncle's" overall "'; : Y .*:
set winner! The television set previously hidden urge. vicari- plan to be sure that brother given away at the Green Cove ously shared bY';many* a civilian' gets the rate he's best suited for.
from Jacksonville *
Springs Charity Carnival last The dual result is a happier, Sat
week is still without a home. The hundreds lot I ear" bearing more satisfied sailor, and "Uncle"
The winning ticket was call- visitors from)town Ito the Armed gets more work for his money.CIIARLES .
Forces Dty *b.owv has failed to
ed, but the owner *
claim the prize, and no one flying.The twejJiFMIi. ;whlch they s yt
: HUSSUNG, gradu-
to know the where- watched the roo8t'd\r; bomb attacks -
seems abouts of the winner. on, the field..,end the terrific ate of the State Teachers' Collegein
powerat.,the, eta"as they Illinois and World War II vet-
-4 The winning ticket was No. flew over," revealed a 15385, bearing the name and pride in the:mttltary;might of this Co u n 8 e l"'at NATTCenter. The
address of Anne G. Clark, NAS, nation. counsel, composed of 11 trained r
AS, Jax,'Fla. technicians, interviews each student
c pt. ';'u 1ui1"O. K rly, general
Whoever holds the lucky
ANP Schoolat
recruit in the ) -------------
chairman. of toe 7arnival Committee -
number, or 'knows the whereabouts NATTCenter. How do new re- WISE COUNSEL-Students the AN (P) School at NATT-
this eased the sat-
holder is year <'s
of the ticket ,
cruits in NATTCenter get the rat- know where hI they
Center are
'of.''tb he
isfaction' station when
asked in, to'wK with Lt. \ < "
to
get '
overwhelming success Ings? Here's how: they receive from eleven train d technicians. Charles IIlISSun:.
said "The
JS) Kenneth fcG y| Green. of the: carnival attrfcuUble di- In the student's first two daysof right, director of NATTO studen it counsellors, explains the sixth::
Cove Springs,#, 41f1'f. Is addressed week que&tionaire for desired rat tints to William Kirkland, A A,
his
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A Reminder'" WeatherFriday



.. Drive -Carefully, Remember .f-l X s Ji o w-e r t,Scattered slightly

,
Saturda
The life and Mostly I

yo\j save may be clear mild.
Sunday Partly
your own. cloudy and warmer.
1 "' w
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'. VOL-9 No-8 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA May 24, 1951

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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wins 11 :


Relations Group VP-5 Tales Part j!



From Washington : ro In "ConvexTwo"Tests -1;



In Local ConfabA M_ s In AtlanticSome


from the 150 officers and men
team of experts
Office of of Patrol Squadron Five returned -
Washington, D. C.
Industrial Relations held I a A1 :; late last week from

series of conferences last three weeks of i intensive i

week at NAS Jax for the pur- 1 ',\ training in conjunction with:
"Convex Two" anti subma
-
jof discussing recent em- Ib
pose
rine warfare defense tests
ployment trends local em-
,
} held in the Atlantic.The .
ploymenj; problems, and clar- I- :

ifying new directives recently s>,. der command mock war of Admiral maneuvers Willial, un

issued. s .. M. Fechteler, Commander in Chiefof
Heading: the team was Comdr. : the Atlantic Fleet, saw the per-
Oscar E. Loesser, Jr., who called formance of VP-5's: efficiency bothin
together representatives of naval air and on the ground. Con
Establishments within the Sixth stant readiness on the part of pilots
Naval District. crews, office force and mess
Representatives of the Naval cooks was the keynote of the local -

Station Green Cove Springs Naval squadron's success.

Air Facility, Glynco Ga, the k 34! Around Clock Flying
Naval Ordnance Plant Macon Around the clock flying kept
Ga.,.Office of the Supervisory Inspector plane crews and mechs in a stateof
Atlanta, and officers and expectant trouble-shooting. A
key civilians in supervisory positions complete engine change was recorded
at NAS Jax, were in attend- L by one VP-5 crew in a scant
ance. 24 hours, a remarkable feat.
Anderson Visits A total of 600 hours was flown
by VP-5 pilots and crews, 400 of
A member of the Washingtonteam
them at night. Competition
among
was Arnold O. Anderson, DESTINED FOR CHARITY-Moved under armed guard this load of greenbacks and silver the men contributed to the out
former Industrial Relations officer taken in at the Navy Charity Ca irnival last week is delivered to the station bank to be deposited InNn standing achievements attainedby
.. of the station, and now head the name of charity. O. L. Broi, left assistant bank manager hands receipt to Lt. John Nuck VP-5. While one shift restedin
of the Employment Policies and Carnival disbursing officer with Operations Branch of OIR. Carnival will be announced later.
battle, other crews were on the
Others on the team were: Mar-
in tar-
wing quest of "enemy"
vin J. Ottlille head of the Employee

Management Relations .Carnival Brief CeremoniesSet gets. Commendable Work
Branch; Ray S. Crosley Training CharityThe All hands of the squadron per-
Division; Edward A. Sonpayrac formed commendably throughoutthe
head of the Progress and Field for Memorial maneuvers, with Lcdr. Jerome

Coordination Branch, Wage and Rossillion, Lcdr Charles Weiss and
Classification Division, and Alexander Huge Successarnival Day ObservanceA Lt. David Zimmer, acting as briefing
Turnbull, Jr., head of the officers. Radar operators and
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 2) 21-gun salute from the bat-
radiomen especially did a fine job
The 1931 Navy Charity C is now history. But it tery of twin three inch guns will in making successful their attempts

is almost certain that not one of the many thousands of per- highlight brief ceremonies next to ,locate the "enemy".

Big ResponseTo sons who attended it will soon forget its color, its first class Wednesday as the Naval Air VP-5 is commanded by Comdr.

entertainment, or the truly holiday spirit that pervaded Station joins the rest of the na- Rex W. Warner
tion in observance of Memorial
The Atlantic war games involved -
NARTU'sBoot throughout. Day.Memorial 100 naval vessels, several
It would be difficult, if not Impossible Day has been declared
hundred naval planes and 50,000(
both civilian and military
eration of
to say which of the a legal holiday for military
officers and men. The maneuverswere
School booths and features was most pop- personnel, who generously and civilian personnel.
designed as one of the most
donated their time and talent. We
ular with the milling crowds Manned
by a Navy gun crew, realistic tests of the-Navy's anti-
are proud, too, that no major
which poured through the gates the station battery will fire
gun
Recruits are pouring into this submarine defenses yet conducted.
problems or complaints arose
All seemedto
both carnival nights. the salute Wednesday at one-
the Jacksonville Naval Air But there year thanks to the recommendations
be equally busy. can minute intervals beginning at
Reserve Training Unit in re- be no doubt of the huge successof made by those who worked 1200. Colors will be at half mast Adm. Stone Inspects
children of with the carnival last year, and is fired.
to the drive currently Kiddieland where until the last shot
sponse
entranced the which math it possible to avoid The theme of Memorial Medical
underway to obtain young all ages were by Day FacilitiesInspector
nursery book atmosphere the many pitfalls. will "be carried out at services
men for the eight-week Air- gaily decorated booths. this Sunday at the All-Saints General Rear Admiral

man Recruit Training Course Many Attraction Share Your Air NewsDue Chapel where the local chapterof Leslie O. Stone Bureau of Medi-
Fleet Reserve Association will cine and Surgery completed a
that will commence at NAR- Kiddieland was developed in its
TU June 20th. entirety by civilian and military to the limited supply of attend in a body, parade colors routine inspection last week of
personnel of Overhaul and Repairin Jax Air News, personnel are asked and prepare the altar. Special Naval medical facilities here as
The sixty successful applicants part of his tour of the Sixth Naval
answer 'to the need for chil to share their papers with services honoring the war dead
youngsters 17 and 18 years dren's entertainment made evident their buddies. will be held at 0900 Wednesday District.
old, will receive naval uniformsand last carnival. It Due to the rising costs of print- morning at St. Edward's chapel. During his visit, Admiral Stone
be paid $140 for their eight by year's from the results Ing, it is impossible to supply Station personnel have also inspected the Naval Hospital NAg
weeks. They will live in the that was apparent all concerned had put their each individual at the Naval Air been invited to participate in Dispensary and the Medical Department
NARTU barracks and be fed at Station.If services off the reservation.by at Green Cove Springs.
their skills into
hearts, as we.ll as
the Naval Air Station mess halls. --- --- ----
the project.The .
NARTU's recruiting office, lo-
cated in Hangar 113, processed was right animated out of merry the comic- go -books.round Uncle Sam's Overall Plan At NAT T Center
34 young men last weekend in I
of who
The thousands youngsters

't Armed the height Forces of the Day Carnival observances.All and. See Prize Winners on Page 3 Makes Sure Lads Get Rate Best Suited Forweek

applicants were given classi-
fication tests and physicals as rode the ponies-and ,the single I your kid brother were one of the student counsellors. of the scheduled eight-week
part of the processing. donkey-In the "live" merry-go- coming to NATTCenter could He is given an opportunity to fill course and a chance to fill out an-
It is expected that the highly round, was proof enough of manya tell him which out a form stating his choice fora other form for choice in rating.
popular eight-week prograi will youthful desire being fulfilled. I j you rating rating. lie is then transferredto This time he gets a chance for I
have all its applicants in the Dual Treat would I be best for him V the "Rate Shops" for one hour's first, second, and third choice,
of 12 TilE LOGIC IN this is 01>-
very near future. Chances are you couldn't but Instruction in each courses.
M < that Another was fulfilled desire,was more the obvious changeto there are people in NATTCenter This brings him up to the thira (Please Turn to Page 5, Col. 4)

"Dip the Cop" In another hangar. who can tell him.

Losl-Television The wholehearted way in In fact they will make it a''
which the sailors hurled the balls point to be 'sure and meet your
Set Ducat HolderA that sprang the trap, dropping brother and have a talk with him f ,
station police and high ranking
This is not a special consideration -
.. hunt is on for a television officers into the tank, representeda it's part of "Uncle's" over-
set winner! The television set previously hidden urge. vicari- all plan to be sure that brother i
given away at the Green Cove ously shared by.:many. civilian gets the rate he's best suited for.

Springs Charity Carnival last from Jacksonville" jgl; The dual result is a happier,
week is still without a home. The hundreds"}of fears" bearing more satisfied sailor and "Uncle" .' <
visitors from.towuto the Armed work for his )
The winning ticket was called gets more money.
Forces Diy how>.WM, also grati-
failed
but the owner has to .
claim the prize, and no one flying. The .w u5wfwhich: they
to know the where-, watched thanw>SeJ:*ve. bomb) at- C'UARI.ES'IIUSSU G. graduate
seems of the State Teachers' Collegein
tacks on tilt-mH.sand the terrific 'VIM
of the winner.
abouts b3'the .jets as they Illinois, and World War II vet
..... power-
The winning ticket was No. flew over; revealed:a deepseatedpride eran, is the head of the Student
15385, bearing the name and in then t? i trjr .might of this Co u n I e l"'at NATTCenter. The
address of Anne G.Clark NAS nation. counsel, composed (It 11 trained

AS, Jax'Fia.Whoever .. ) y fc. ''Early technicians, interviews each stu-
general
Capt.'Julius
I .
holds the lucky ANP Schoolat
dent recruit in the ) -- ----- -
number, or 'knows the whereabouts chairman this )of'ear the eitjreased Carnival Committee the satisfaction -- !: NATTCenter.. How do new r'.1 WISE COUNSEL-Students ;at the AN (P) School at NATT-

of the ticket holder, is .'of ,the .station whel\ he I cruits in NATTCenter get. the rat- Center know where they are h eading as a result of counseling:
asked to in to'i,'K with Lt.
get "Thi'oYei'' I1elrnlng success Ings T Here' how: they receive from eleven ,train ed technicians. Charles Hussung.nt .
(Jg) Kenneth ifialiL> Green said: of NATTO stude! counsellors explains the sixth
carnival directly In the student's first two daysof right director
of attributable
Cove Springs t HBtMMU; the '' A A,
t to William Kirkland
his la addressed week questionaire for desired ra tings ,
to the .school group
;
'I.. extension 361l.,( fK\,J\ tf/ wholeheKt14'1coop

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: '''I : (Items offering for sale articlesof
Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Ail property such as washing ma-

Station, Jacksonville. Fla. chines, automobiles, furniture
NAS Jacksonville radios clothing and the like is
Capt. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer t 8S prohibited by; Defense Depart- .
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell Executive Officer ment regulations. This column
Lt. Lorenzo W. Baldwin Public Information Officer will, however, list such servicesas

Fleet Air Jacksonville available housing, rides want-
Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery .Commander ed, lost and found articles, and
Capt. Allen Smith Chief of Staff other similar notices.)
H
Fleet Air Wing Eleven FOR RENT

Capt. Jesse S. McClure .........._.........-..._...__....-.__- Commander 4-rm. apt., 2 bdrms., 2777 Park
Comdr. Joseph B. Tibbets ...._...._..._.___ Chief Staff Officer St. Mrs. Wehner.
Naval Air Technical Training Center Duval, Ph. 25986.

Capt. Lester K. Rice .__..___._._._ Commanding Officer Furn. rm. for single man, Mrs. t
Comdr. John A. Gamon Jr. ..._.....'......... ., j. Executive Officer 1ft Baker, Ph. 27981. ,
Naval Hospital (Correctly Identify These Aircraft And Win A Prize) 2-rms., some use of kitchen
Capt. Dwight J. WhartonCommandin Officer Avondale, Mrs. Black, Ph. 2-
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer 9946.
NARTU Fans Fail Again To Answer 3 bdrm home, partly furn., $75 J
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp. Commanding Officer per month, 5328 Appleton Ave
Comdr. Laurence D. Ruch- ,-Executive Officer Mrs. Ramsey Ph. 95406.
Weekly Aircraft ContestAnother 6 rm. furn. apt., apply 2315 College
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 123 Main Administration St., Mrs. Robins, Ph. 7-
building. Phone extension 8184.
first was added to the annals of the Jax Air News aircraft 8215.
Editor-Andrew H. Planey 2-rm. $12.50 wk.
apt., 1511
Staff Members: John L. Almond; Barbara Rickman SN; identification contest last week when participants failed for the Barrs St., Mrs. per Nelson. ,Spur
Gerald II y nes. SN. second successive week to submit the correct answers to the quiz. geon Ph. 8-2407.
The JAX AIR IVifcwSs Is published weekly it. the U. S. Naval Air SUtlon
All hands will be Couple to share home Riverside
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds gunning toda.ytor ,
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXGS P-35, Rev the $9.00 Mainside Navy Exchange prior to 0000 Friday morning and 1 section, Mrs. Schrunk, Ph. 2-
JMOV. 1945. Copies arc distributed fret of charge at the Naval Air Station the credit coupon, and a pointto 5007.
contestant to beat
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field and any attempting
5-rm furn.
apt., to sub-let 6
remember is that while
the U. S. Naval Hospital. no answers the deadline will be disqualified. mos.
The JAX AIR NEWS J* a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. to the contest will be ac- from May 20th, $75 per mo., ,
AFPS material in this not be without 3. Answers may be phoned to 2742 Riverside Ave.
appearing publication may "reprinted cepted prior to 0900 Friday, the Apt 12
the written permission ol Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other contest doesn't close until 1600 the Jan Air News offices in the Mr. Willis, Ph. 8-4490.
matter, service la of
except by publications prohibited without permission
Editor, JAX AIR NEWS. Monday. Main Administration Building, or Share 5-rm furn. house, $50 per
Here's the rules governing the submitted in person. Phone num- mo., Mrs. Kelly, Ph. 2-9780.
Serves The Navy- I contest for those who might bers are Ext. 216 or 8184. Pvt. rm, 1313 Wolf St., Mrs.

have just!' arrived on the station. 4. In the event of more than Brown, Ph. 26577.
1. Identify the aircraft fully as one winner a series of questions Furn. rm., pvt. College St. Mrs.
Annual Call For ContributionsTo to type', designation, and national pertaining to aircraft recognitionwill Clark Ph. 76249.
:2 rm. furn. apt., 1431 Silver St.
ito
ity. Incomplete answers will not be used to determine who
be accepted as correct. receive the Mainside Navy Ex- Mrs.. E. McCarrel, Ph. 62018.
Navy Relief Society BeginsThe 2. No answers will be accented. chance credit coupon.hcekend 3-rm. apt. 3622 Riverside Ave.,
Mrs. W. J. Lafferty Ph. 2-

period from :May 4: to June 6, commemorating: the Coral Sea 3720.
and Midway World War II battles, has again been designated by the ( 1-single & 1 double., 2 meals, 7 -
Navy Relief Society for its annual call for contributions from officers days a week. 3118 Oak St.,
and men of the Navy and Marine Corps. Mrs. Greenwood Ph. 27121.
Relief will receivea Double furn. rm., 1815 Oliver St
Navy society
percentage of the proceeds from The Jacksonville, Florida aux Wine T// Notes Mrs. Cail. '
the Navy Charity Carnival how iliary made 315 loans amountingto 6-rm., unfurn., house, 3 bdrms.,
$20,000 the four contact E. H. Boerner. ADC
ever, personnel are still urged to during past ,
make contributions to the society. months, as compared with 166 f from Bldg. 600 or 4314 Garibaldi
loans amounting to $11,000 of last Ave., Venetia.
Contributions be made at the
may Build year.A. _. ... .w ..1'1III.' .... 7rm. unfurn. house, children
Navy ing 750.Relief Society office, larger number of casualties, ....., ,L"lIn.lrUI welcome, $100 per mo., 3804
instability of family life incidentto Boone Park Ave., G. C. Gentry -
The is the
society Navy's own
Ph. 2.1660
2-8037.
private organization supported unexpected transfers, sudden VF.741-0n Saturday, May 19, I two "brand new" Chiefs in the Private or
rm.. 2601 Park St.
entirely by private funds, chiefly departures of ships, non-receipt of Armed Forces Day, the squadron squadron. They are Archie King, Houston, Ph. 8-2770. Mrs.
contributions from service person- allotments and related difficulties participated in the Air Show at I ADC and A. W. Rhoden, ALC. 1bdrm. furn.
nel and civilian! friends of the have given rise to real distressin the Naval Air Station and flew Welcomed were three new members 4503 Duplex apt., $100

Navy. Its sole purpose is to assist which the society is the only recourse dyer Savannah, Ga. and StewartAir into the squadron over the per Circle mo., Major Richard Ortega Ph.Farms 2-

in times of need, personnel e Force Base. Pilots made two week-end: Robert William Boat- 8617 or ext 8102 NAS. ,
of the Navy and Marine Corps, passes over the field here at NAS. ick, Ocala, Fla.; Lamont Pharmer 1-rm. in pvt home, Southside
those truly dependent upon them Orders to active duty of reservists The first was a high level strafing Ocala Fla., and William Harrison Mrs. Johnson, Ph. 9-4227. ,
and the dependents of deceased with consequent necessity for nin and the second was a tight Bunting, Jacksonville, Fla. Share home with couple., 1319
personnel. radical readjustment, have also formation flight.A All are recruits. Hamilton St.
Mrs. Gordon
created problems, particularly with crowd was greeted with per Lt. Oliver E. Daugherty of Marcus, Ph. 8-3829.

Financial assistance to those In respect to medical care, pay situations haps the most interesting eventof Ocala, Technical Training Officer 2-rm. furn. apt., Mrs. Platt, Ph.
immediate distress takes the form and similar financial crises. the Air Show with the entire has a new sideline, which is moving 8-9011.

of an outright grant a loan with- The society stands ready to assist squadron participating in the pictures. 5-rm. furn. house, Murray Hill
,
out interest or a combination of promptly, effectively, and "bounce". For the uninformed Lcdr. Roe M. Martin, squadron Mrs. Groves, Ph. 24275.
the two, depending upon the degree constructively, in a 11 legitimatecases "bounce" means field carrier land duty officer is going to have his i 2-furn. cabins, $12 to $15 wkly.,
of hardship involved and the brought to its attention.JacksonviUe's ing practice. Under actual conditions hands full when we get to Pen- 6765 Lake City Rd., A. Almond
ability of the individual to repayor Florida Auxiliary the regular landing signal sacola for training duty aboard .
not repay a loan. Assistanceto furnishes the service of a registered officer gave pilots a '"cut" for a I the carrier. (Lt. (jg) Harvey L. Share home with couple 1622 E.
dependents of deceased person nurse among other services, good approach and a "wave off" Gulich from Orlando will not talk Monroe St.. Mrs. M. B. Patterson -
nel U almost invariably an out and has during 1050 made grantsin for a poor approach. The VCLP about the troubles they are hav- Ph. 37915.

right gift.During the amount of $1,126.70, and was performed on runway nine, ing at Rollins College. He is a Single rm., conv. to NAS, 1471
1950 the records show loans for hospitalization numbering barely 200 feet in front of the student there. : Murray Drive J. C. Brown
that financial assistance was pro 137, in the amount of $9- crowd. Ph. 2-1019.
vided 706.75: as well as 474 loans for e 2bdrm. furn.
to
thousands of personnel. Coast Guard to IncreaseIts I apt, Mrs. Cowart
Outright grants and conversionsto other purposes, amounting to $30- Lt. Frank C. Johns "the potato Reserves Ph. 78516.

grants numbered 4,072 and totaled 384.15. king" gave members of the squadron Organized I 3-rms. for single or couple., 2601
$209,683. Loans, totaling a lift on their bills this weekend Washington (AFPS) The Park St., Mrs. Bessie Houston
52,209,751 were given to 34,539.In by distributing a carload of Coast Guard will increase the Ph. 82770.
addition, the society pays the Relations Group cabbages and new potatoes. He strength of its organized reserve, 2-bdrm. furn. house $75 per mo.,
salaries of 29 Navy Relief visiting says that he can't sell them so he for use primarily in a port security 1284 Cassett Ave., F. F. Muel-
nurses who work among the families (Continued from Page 1) Is giving them away. program, it. was recently ler Ph. 2-9779
at the principal naval centers Accident Analysis and Injury No news on two lieutenants who announced.The Furn.! rm., 4638 Wheeler St., Mrs.
providing articles and cloth Compensation Branch, Safety Di are up for promotion. So far, we age limit for recruits will A. Long.
ing. The society also employs 17 vision. have received a good number of be increased from 30 to 36 yearsof 3-rm. furn. apt., 3219 Nolan St.
social workers and provides advice Valuable InformationAssisting requests for our two weeks traIning age. The Coast Guard said it Mrs. Williams. Ph. 2-4163.
and assistance with all man- were Harris G. Her- duty and we hope to make it is especially seeking "mature 'menwho FOR SALE
ner of personal and family prob lot Personnel, Sixth Director Naval District Civilian 100 per cent. Perhaps the trip have had experience in firefighting 2-bdrm. bungalow, $2,000 cash
lems. Some 64,000 such cases director Fifth ; O. E. Myers, aboard a carrier out of Pensacolahas police investigation assume payments, $59.15. 2152
:were assisted in 1950. Civil Service Region something to do with these work, and are familiar with waterfront Bayviewr Lakeshore, Mrs. En-
Atlanta; and A. F. Silvey, requests. I activities and the handling zar, Ph. 85805.Housetrailer .
station Area Classification
With the outbreak of hostilitiesin Officer.Wage and Congratulations are In order for I of dangerous cargoes." 27 ft. eqpt, 1947
Zimmer, Lot 80, Azalea Trailer
Korea
and
the
comparativelyrapid John W. Carson
acting Indus Park, Robert Bunch.
expansion of the Naval establishment trial Relations Officer
of the station 3bdrm. brick home 4728
Rp-
the calla upon Navy expressed much satisfactionover Blvd.
mona Murray Hill Mrs.
Relief have increased 50 per cent the results of the conference Gordon Marcus Ph. 83829.MISCELLANEOUS .
during the last half of 1950 and statingthat the informationand 3
have continued to go up at an advice concerning recent directives .
alarming rate. "came at a most opportune Ride wanted to NATTC. 0730-
time." 1410, Riverside & Lancaster,
Mrs. Reed, ext. 8220.
In previous a single
years conference
DIVINE of all East Coast industrial Ride wanted for 2 girls from
Spring Park Rd.
relations personnel was held section 0730-
at Norfolk. In view of the heavy 1600, Mrs. Johnson. Ph. 93-
SERVICESAT workloads 1627 or ext. 717.
resulting from the
Ride wanted .
from St. Nicholas
present conditions, it was decided
TilE STATION CHAPELS that hereafter smaller conferences Center to NAS, 0730-1600, Edward
would be Gray, ext. 626.
held in locales.
Protestant key
., Ride wanted from Sou.thside to
0930-Services. All Saints' Cha. The team headed by Comdr. O SSr "O" Club. 0830 -1630, Miss
pel (Sunday School) Loesser will visit Key West, Jones, Ph. 8164.
0915! -Naval Hospital ChapeL Charleston, Camp LeJeune and Riders wanted to Washington, D. _
1045-All Saints Chapel. Cherry Washington.Point before returning to C., leaving around June 3,

share expenses, C. H. Swain
Catholic ,
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0830-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL Stubborn About It! of Mrs. 627
GREET NATIONAL OFFICIAL National president the Baby sitter, Herring,
0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism Providence, R. I. (J\FPS- Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve Association: ,. Airs. 'Gladys Edison Ave., Ph. 4-3248.
Class). Eight thousand starlings were Iluttcrhoff second from right !stops off aC. tW Naval Hospital Ride wanted from Cassett &
1030:! -Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL routed by 1,500 rounds of roman during her visit here in Jacksonville.. Left. to right are Mrs. Merrimac tq USNH, 0730-1600.
0845: -Mass at Hospital ChapeL' candle fire in'a Chamber of Commerce Paula Miller president of local Unit 91; airs*Stella. LotUsfty, Hospital 1.. P.:' Tiailfiyv Ph. '86119.B' .
Mormon project. to get rid of the chairman; Mrs. LeVonne WiteonV national hospital chairman; or night, 1217

Wednesday-1930-at Small'' Cha birds. The starlings returned Cpl. Oscar Weeks: Mrs. Burterboff, and. Out: Guy It Stahr, Naval .,;" Mrs. RigisI ..
pel. after the last shot was fired. Hospital executive officer U

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Nothing:: was lacking in the way of fun and entertainment at the liue
Navy Charity Carnival last Friday and Saturday. The various booths
manned and sponsored by departments and divisions at NAS were a
distinct hit. Kiddieland, sponsored and developed by O & R department,
and which provided everything in the way of entertainment for youngsters -
was especially a big: hit. Thousands got a dual treat Saturday afternoon
as they witnessed the Armed Forces Day Air Show and displays
before taking: in the Carnival.Traffic .
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19 Lucky Ticket Holders Claim Marine Is Honor ;Technical Sewick was High graduated School from, Detroit Cass

where he studied aeronautics, and

ViolationsListed Prizes At Big Charity CarnivalCarnivals Student ANP( ) I attended two years Wayne before coming University to Air-for
below are the traffic violations I man School.
committed aboard this are wonderful.-especially when they give away such The average which won for
station for the period May 11 to extravagant prizes. The 19 lucky winners who claimed the prizes I I Graduating ClassFor i Sgt. Sewick the honors of gradu-

May 11.Speeding. ,given away at the Charity Carnival last week, think there's nothing II ating class 3-D was 94.14, closeto
:: Mrs. E. M. Bennett; like the Navy Charity Carnival. the second time in three the all-time high of 94.89, attained .
Pfc. I. J. Vlach. Just last week by the hon
Over 510,000 in prizes! were weeks a :Marine has been the hon.
Accident C. E. or man of Class 3-C.
Involved In < :
awarded at last Saturday's drawing make, model and color of his prize. or man of his graduating classin
Rogers, C. M. Airias. I Sewick, a Marine Reservist recalled -
with Oscar K. Hill, Western Winners of the other top prizes ANP) School at NATTCen-
S .4 to active duty, nearly be-
included
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Union plant field clerk in Jacksonville -
Dancing: Recital Friday claiming the 1951 Chrysler Refrigerator 'Bob Brooks, 2137 ter.This time it was Sgt. HermanE. came a rookie patrolman on the
Detroit police force, but his orders
and Albert ,A. Parent ADC, Herschel St. Sewlck of Detroit, Mich. Sgt.
At Mainsidc AuditoriumAll of VF-173 holding the ticket on Electric Range-Louis French, to active duty arrived just
Box 1774, Yukon. In other special drawings held, before he was accepted. Now
hands invited to at- the Chris-Craft motor boat, com-
are Television Set-Grover E. Morgan the following were the lucky win. he doesn't know whether or not
with motor and trailer.
tend the annual recital of the plete SN, NATTC. ners: he will have another chance at
dancing classes, under the sponsorship Hill, -who won the new car is a Washing Machine Eugene Portable Bar-Verne E. Small- that job he wants.
of the Navy Wives' Nursery firm believer in luck and that the Koester, AEAN, NATTC. wood, 848 Hickory Road. The sergeant was wellpleasedwith
to be held Friday, May 25, month of May has a special influence Zenith Radio John B. Hoffman Cocker Spa.niel-Mrs. lone K. the Airman School course he
at the Mainside Auditorium. lor him. Besides being 6828 Lucky Drive. Austin, 1610 River Road. was given. He stated: ..It.. a
The program will be approxi- born in May he was married in Outboard Motor- Robert Cab- Mixmaster- Mrs. L. F, Tuso, good primary course for airmen." I
mately two hours long beginning May;'his first son arrived in May; bott 538 Claude St. 3725 B Dewey Park. Sgt. Sewlck was assigned to the
at 2000. he was transferred from Syra- Chest of Silver-May Porter, Portable Typewriter Ruby school! of his choice, the AOA( ) ,
Fifty pupils, ranging in ages cuse, N. T, to Jacksonville just 5535 Post St. Huddleston 128 W. 6th St. School for further training before I
from 4 to 14, will participate in one week ago; and on his first Man's Watch-Jame.s 1C Simpson RCA Radio-Peter W. Blank, assignment to duty
the various dances scheduled. day here he bought two chances, 3019 Herschel St. (no address available ii ,
Tickets which may be obtainedin one of which won the car. Ladies Watch Camille Frye, Mattress-W. A. Wilklson, (no "Why do you want your littla J
the lobby of the Mainside Au- Hill .who ,did not own a car of 232 E. 21st St.. address available). | boy to sleep in that high bed T" I
ditorium are 25: cents for children, any kind, stated that he was "per China Set-Thomas F.: Archer, Wrist Watch -Mr. West, (no "So we can hear him when h.
,60( cents for adults., fectly satisfied; ;; with botji the 252\$ Forbes St. : address available). falls out." I

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The pilots of VF-41 who
Savory are the memories from After partaking of scrumptous
participated in the filming of the squadron party held recentlyat dinners and enjoyable times ,
the "Frogmen" wen invitedto I the Cecil Field recreation area. through the goodness of the various A

attend the special previewof An entire half of a barbecued beef married couples of the squadron .L n.. 4
the film at the West An- went the way of all good thingsby the bachelors of VF-22 de- ,2.
the time the officers and crew cided it was time to make a return -
nex Theatre, .U. S. Naval Am- I had finished the festivities. payment.The .

phib base at Little Creek, Va., After the chow the men beat net result was a fine partyat a
on the 24th of this month. the officers and chiefs in a tight the skeet club aboard the sta- :

Those who didn't participate In softball game, 1-0 with ,Sanford tion. Prominent by their absencewas
the production will hear all about Garvin AO2 pitching one-hit ball the skipper and his wife. For Lir >3 "
for seven innings. In an impromptu -
it from Comdr. Charles C. some reason, the skipper's new
Lt. George Rutledge AtnS-j horseshoe contest, Comdr. Bill silver leaves had no authority over
worth
Chase and Lcdr. Dave Mosier took
Charles Babcock and Ensign his wife's appendix and the latter
(jg)
Warren Ackerman their return on all the local competition and became so ornery, an operation
upon j beat them hands down 'til Elmer needed.
from the premier. was ENLISTED RECREATION COUNCIL- :Discussing a motion oJ
in the I Gustafson, AK3, and Joe Kachik All of the air above 20,000 feet which has been made concerning purchase of additional television
VF-41 participated celebration in AN took .them over the hurdles and within 200 miles of Jacksonville sets for crew's quarters are these members of the Enlisted
Armed Forces Day F-4U's 23-21. I'I is claimed by VF-22 as pri- Recreation Committee Left to right, committee members are,
many ways. Squadron The party committee including vate property and trespassers will John II. Hook, I1M2; M/Sgt. Youry A. Stcherbinine; Alvin L.l1CAUleYi .
were sent to Glyrco, Ga., Birmingham Chiefs Guy Fuller and James be prosecuted. One of the main AOC; William E. Barclay, ADC; Dorothy Jacobs, PN2;
Ala., Savannah, Ga., and Herndon Bill Murphy, ADI and factors VF-22 depends upon to SDC; James C. Hearndon, ADC; T/Sft. VilmerW.
:Miami, Fla. for display. Eight Clyde Willis, ADE2 assisted by make this challenge is the hard Skavdahl, and Douglas J. Hugard, JO1.
planes joined with CAG-8 for the Clarence Askew AD3; Bill Tucker ---
work of the enlisted
and
aerial presentation Saturday and AD3: Ed Pettit AN; Hal Bur- due credit is herewith personnel extended to Serves Thousands: I
Sunday afternoons. ton, AN, and Tom Tabaka AA, received them.
rounding the drums in full war a "well done" for their fine '
paint was Nicholas Colesanti job. I I 4.S Enlisted Recreation Committee I

HM1, at the concession that used Chief i Ed H. Carpenter who .
Fasron 109 Man .1
archery for its main attraction. served as Chief Warrant during
Russ Courtney, ADAN seemed to the last war, was recently pro- Serves As "Voice" For All EM
enjoy slinging the hash in one of moted to Warrant. Our con- Makes WarrantEdward
the hot-dog stands, even if he was gratulations to Tom Sanders, who I Who Is your representative 01 i the Enlisted Recreation Commit-
heard to remark: "How can I took unto himself a bride last Hugo Carpenter. ADC, tee? How can you as an individu lal help arrange added or expandedand
make anything when they use week. maintenance chief at Fleet Aircraft recreational facilities for yourself i your shipmates How are the
coupons ?" Ernest Marshall, SN, Service Squadron 109 has profits from Navy Exchange activl sties expended?
left an "Over-Under 7" dice game VP-741 been appointed Warrant Machinist. Can you answer these questionsor
still convinced that you can always Armed Forces Day saw 'two VP- are you, like hundreds of ether lem relative to the health and comfort -
beat 'em if you're I 741 static display crews deployedfor Carpenter was first appointed enlisted men at NAS Jackson- of enlisted personnel is assured -
lucky. public inspection. One wentto Machinist while with HedRon ville, unaware that there Is an organization the attention of the com
John H. Byrd, SN, departed this' Keesler, Air Force Base, Mis- Nine in 1943 and the Chief Ma- that is designed to mittee.
week for the separation center sissippi and one to NARTU Jack- chinist in August 1944. He re- serve as a voice for all the en- ,...
verted to ADC in 1946
and the squadron wishes him the sonville. The Keesler crew brings August listed personnel based here'lServing
and transferred to Pensacola. Af-
motion is introduced
best of luck in the future. back tales of an "open arms" pol- thousands of enlistedmen When a
ter short tour of duty there he
a committee members discuss the
icy in an air force town. Mercer, is the Enlisted Recreation
Fasron Nine Crawford ADF3 and Wes Hart- was transferred to NAS. While Committee which is composed' of advisability of such a proposal on .
here he built up quite a reputa- the basis of the number of per- "
AOT3 found to be who
are
ley, were
pho- twelve representatives
Plans hue materialized for Fas- tion as a coach with the Waves sonnel that will be benefited and
togenic, as they were snapped in charged with the responsibility of
ion 9 personnel to move into barracks basketball and softball teams. whether or not existing equip-
with P2V of the
29, the old Junior Bachelor many poses equipmentand Carpenter became attached to evaluating the expenditure ment can't be utilized to answer
Officers' Quarters, accordingto the local Mississippians. Fasron 109 while the squadronwas profits of the Navy Exchange ac- the problem.In .
Sunday, May 28 will see three insofar the welfare and
tivities as
stationed Roosevelt Roads
Lt. (jg) C. C. Varner. at ,
the event a majority vote
more gallant southern lads Lt. Puerto Rico. recreation of the enlisted personnel -
The plan was originated by (jg) George Frost, Joe Barrow is concerned. favors the motion it is submitted
Capt. Carson Hawkins, Cecil Field ADE3 and Glen James ADF3 He enlisted in the Navy in with other business to the Senior
commanding officer and will be marching on Yankeeland. This Cleveland, Ohio in February 1931 The basic purpose of the com- Recreation Committee, which is
carried out in order to make room time for the latest word on turbo- and has served on the USS Ne- mittee, which meets once a month composed of eleven pfficers, for
for transient fleet activities which jet sponsorship at Indianapolis.Lt. vada, with VP-6, VP-1, VS1D3 andat ..Is to consider the leisure time action before being presented for
sometimes require quarters here. Jim Fulton and Lt. Sy Meh- lied Ron Det, Fair Wing Nine I needs of the enlisted men and to final approval or disapproval.
Pearl Harbor.Nurses .
Although individual berths will ringer have returned from Quon- I I Insure that within their scope of "While any motion considered by
not be issued to the married men, set Point where they participatedin Invite I authority an equitable distribution the enlisted committee is subjectto
they will be assigned bunks to be operations with VP-5. Both Extend I of existing welfare funds is the approval of higher authority -
used on duty nights. The single agreed that it's a fine outfit and To Friday Dance I made to provide maximum bene- the preponderance of resolu-
men will move into the various that they were shown every cour- fits for all hands.. tions made by the committee are
rooms on the newly reopened bar- tesy. The Junior class of St. Vin- Any member of the committee, favorably acted upon by the senior
racks and will sleep two to a room.A Since the arrival at the sea- cent's Hospital extends a hearty I which is organized along parliamentary council. ..
note of commendation is due plane ramp many sighs are heard welcome to Navy personnel to at- I procedure lines is free to Since only a dozen people serve
the 20 men in Fasron 9, who offered from the former PBM-PBY air- tend a dance to be held Friday, present a motion for consideration. on the committee in relation to
their aid on the clean-up de- men about the "good old days" cf May 25th at 2030 on the pier. I Ordinarily proposals sub- the thousands of enlisted person-
tail at the NAS Jax Charity Car- shooting the buoys and how sim- The hospital is located on the mitted concern purchase of new nel on the station it is impossible -
nival. ple this land-based aviation is corner of St. Johns and Barrs I equipment such as athletic gearor for representatives to indi-
John R. Elliott TEM1, recently compared to float types. streets.TALES television sets but any prob- vidually poll each man on his de-
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reading morning: newspaperand sires and problems. The only way
suddenly broke out in a cold the committee can fulfill its true
sweat. Reason-the ship he had OF WILDCATS. DEADLY I WAKES. WEIRD purpose is by each enlisted man
just been transferred from was who has a problem relative to welfare
rammed by a coal ship shortly aft- and recreation facilities on
erward and nine crew members CREATURES COME FROM SANC WARY AT CECIL the base to personally contact one

from his ship were killed. Elliott I of the representatives.
stated that both of the compartment When people of Jacksonville and -- .
where he might have been Its vicinity refer to the men from The feeling of being followed stood motionless then hunchedits Personnel attached to NAS can
at that hour were completely the Naval Auxiliary Air Stationat engulfed him. By peering back, spat defiantly, turned contact either Alvin L. McAuley,
flooded and aealed off in a way Cecil Field as "the boys from through the shadows of the tall abruptly and ran into the sanCtuary AOC, at Extension 479; David,Allison -
that would have kept the rescue the farm", it is agreed the nameis grotesque pines, the Chief finally of the thicket.As SDC, at Extension 342, or
cr.vr from 'reaching him. appropriate.If caught the glimpse of a 40-pound only one of the many true John H. Hook, HM2 at Extensions
The squadron insignia contest however, they investigatedthe wildcat matching his every step encounters with wild I 415 if they desire any information -
closed the 15th with a fine show primitive surroundings (dis- circling around and around, and aboard the base, this is quite dif or help concerning recreational
of unit Interest and several out- Include the jets), the isolation and moving determinedly closer with ferent from meeting another species facilities.
standing entries. The final choice each spiral. in the for
lack of contact with any nearby locality, every the
has narrowed down to two entries communities it would be even Freezing in his tracks, the Chief night the surroundings!! come alive Representatives'for fleet units on hen' committee James-
and the winner will be announced more fitting to christen them "the was afraid to even attempt to with gorgeous little creatures with I C. Hearndon ADC Extension are
799
next week. inhabitants of the wild ref- reach a nearby pile of debris to white streaks down their backs. ; ."
game find a weapon for he had the .. .. Douglas J. Huggard, JO1, at Extension

uge.On occasions in the presence of mind to realize any Skunks have been so numerous 681, and Eschol Frost,
many past
AMC (AP) at Extension 504.
CPONOTES the sentries have amused or rather such move might I provoke the that during the last war, men: ,
kept themselves busy by the beast to attack. would organize polecat hunts and I NATTC personnel are represented -
I I dangerous task of killing rattle- check out shotguns from the station by William E. Barclay, AOC,
snakes.In Fortunately, after only a brief armory. at Extension 8280; T/Sgt. Vilmer'
fact, one can take an after- Interval, the bright lights of an Naturally, in such surroundings, W. Skavdahl, at 8390 and J. ?.
May 26 will feature a dance dark stroll and upon returning automobile knifed through the wildlife stories are often heardat i Carter, ADC, 8289.
with Ed Hartman and his orches- give an hour-long elaboration o ri blackness and he realized he would Cecil Field and with them one Dorothy Jacobs PNW), at
tra furnishing the music, start- how many wild animals he encountered have a chance to escape and he reminder appears constantly. "A 8360 is the WAVES' representative -
ing at 2030 until 0030. without raising a single -. I had better make the chance word to the wise should be suf- NARTU's committee member _,
Sunday, May 27, will include a dubious eyebrow among the' good. ficient. The skunks will only', is H. W. Haley, ADC, at 611,
dinner-dance, juke box music pro- listeners. Especially is this true'I Stepping to the middle of the make you smell bad, but the rat, and the remaining member of the
vided. among those who have been road, he jumped aboard the vehicle -. tlesnakes can kill you and 'the i twelve man committee is M/Sgt.
The next General Assembly and around Cecil Field for a time and which had slowed for him wild cats would just Jove 'to feast; Youry A. Stcherblnine, Extension .
Board meeting will be held Monday are familiar with the surround-II and rode to safety while the cat on 'human pork.." 385 of the Marine Barracks.

May 28th. I

1 < ings.On a few occasions, wildcat
Bell Chroal Group Gives have been seen wandering,nonchalantly
about the premises, await ,
L ku
Concert
Free TonightA ing perhaps the return of a nice,,
one-hour recital will be juicy, young sailor, who will walk
given by the Southern Bell Choral along the fence looking for hit
Club of Jacksonville, Thurs- "liberty hole" after a few illegal .
day (tonight) at Main s i d eLounge hours on the beach. p *o '

Building 955. Just recently, one of the chiefs f 4 >z&
There' will be no admission from the station was reported
charge: to the concert, with enlisted walking up the road outside th
men required to wear their main gate, gazing at the star ,
dress whites. sprinkled heaven and enjoying the I- -
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The 40-voice Bell Choral soft, tranquil environment when I CECIL CATCH-This deadl ly eight-foot diamond back rattler', was dispatched to "snake heaven'
group la well known In this the natural, inborn instinct of sell f by an alert sentry while making',his rounds at Cecil Field. Failinj g to kill it with a stick, the MarineS
area, having appeared at many preservation Interrupted his rev sentry ran over it with a bomb ruck.1 1I The diamond back's rattler number 21, making him an old
functions erie. I timer in these parts.

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HUNT ON AT'F.916 FOR A\'OE 1'II1'JBCRSYPODIDAL

up operations for the

,: Charity Carnival were final- OF THE TIMID ENDETAL DA.

ly finished Monday in the ...
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Fasron hangar. From the Has anyone 'seen Tom Will- -

. "' debris of the two-night event ferro? We were saddened to learn that

and the happy faces of the Tom a member of VF-916, has Gus Haefel of Design Division received -
gone AWOL. Nobody has been
well the
participants, as as word last week that his
able to find a' trace of him and
satisfied grins on the facesof public aid has been requested. son, a jet pilot, is missing in action -
the Fasron personnel who After only a few days of squadron P in Korea. Doc' Melshelmer,

,enjoyed a 31j' -day week-end, life, during which the new a Records Section, returned to work
it would seem all hands had a member received a bunk, was last week after a recent illness.
given duties in the squadron, and
fine time. checked out on the location of x fM Congratulations to Dub and
"" Congratulations to the AAs and chow'and the source of beer, Tom f l Mary Faglle on their new arrival.
the AN from Fasron Six, who Willferro disappeared.' r r&&V 2 St r )c f The little fellow arrived last week
were fortunate enough to get ANP Some people say he has takenup and weighed in at 8 pounds, 2
( ) school at NATTC. August a new billet under the bar- ounces. Mary was formerly with
Klingblel is the AN, William Beh- racks No one seems to be sure Maintenance.
ling, William Coulson, Stuart though, and if it was determinedhe _, ...m Vacationing this week are Helen -
Fleming, Ken Holt, Thomas Buskins was under there, it would be WHERE IS HE?-Above is I I the last available photograph of Roberts who is in New York,
and Wallace Miller are the next to impossible to take him Tom Willferro, the unique cot. of VF-916 who has dissap- Esther Huffman and hubby who
AAs. into custody. peared. Tom is believed to hai ve sought sanctuary underneathre have gone to Virginia and other
The magic mark of 20 years the barracks, but no telling whei he's at now! points north. We understand from
will have been reached and passed You see, because of his build Housing that Bart Dockrell is also -
when John R. Zwatschka, ADC, and because he has done it all about their. acquisition, the cessation. of*action.M vacationing this week.
comes up for reenlistment again. his life, Tom Willferro is able to
With 17 already in, John Just recently dig faster than a man with a There they found he was a Many questions were asked by If Willie Dauphin of Transpor-
tation
shipped over for four more. shovel and only with special member of the Edentala Dasypo- interested bystanders, includingas can make the news with
tools can one dig fast enough to didae family of the nine banded to what he was, how old, what his loud ties, Shirley Piper of the
Melanson, YNT1, and Loren capture him. Dasypus Novemcinctus race, is he ate, what kind of sex: life he Power Plant, wondered if he could
Edmondson, PNA2, who have been Tom Willferro, as you may not omnivorous, (feeds on roots, insects had and how come he was there. make it with his loud shirts. That
-, recalled from civilian life, have have suspected, is an armadillo, worms, and reptiles) and Naturally the uninitiated four was some shirt Shirley had on last
nocturnal habits. couldn't of the week, really loud! So loud in
reported to the Fasron 6 his name is composed of frag- has Believing supply many ,
personnel
office for duty. ments of his owners' names' and that figured right in with a Navy answers at the time. fact, he was heard all over the

Dave Eckerson, ADC, has returned until .lately was the squadron man's code, they tried it on beer When the four brought the arjnadillo station.
to Fasron after a stay at mascot. Found in St. Augustineby and found to their delight and aboard the first night, We welcome Mable Glover Into -
the hospital. Bill Fehrs, AMC, Will Rogers, ADE1, Tom Uci- Tom's that he thrived on the they couldn't resist testing the Public Works this week Ma-
\ formerly on TAD orders to our ferro AN, Lloyd Hubler, ABU1, beverage. reaction of other squadron mem- ble Is a, Photostat and BluePrint
squadron, has returned to Com- and till Gilman, ALl, during A When discovered, Tom was bers and dumped Tom on one of operator.
FalrJax for resumption of his nor- brief visit the mammal was im- minding his own business by the sleeping bodies. "Curley" Wemp of the Key Shop
mal duties. mediately adopted as the squadron catching a quick snooze under a I The weight woke up the was really loaded at the Carnival,"
Ken Holt, one of the transfersto pet and at the first oppor- table. Rudely awakened and snoozer who took one foggy lookat loaded with groceries, that is-
NATTC for school, has been tunity the new owners retired to hoisted to the table top of the the unnatural visitor and he had won. Joe Wilson of
selected as "White Hat of the the nearest library in order to four VF-916 personnel, Tom im- naturally vacated the premises, the Telephone Office is taking a
. Week" for his outstanding workas find out the necessary details mediately caused a sensation. and waking up the entire barracks few days excess leave this week..'

office yeoman in the First Lieu- while doing it. I We were certainly glad to see
tenant's department.A Since then all hands have be- Mildred Fowler back in Contract
native of Knoxville, Iowa, come a bit attached to Tom Will- 'I Monday morning after being on
-.. Ken joined the Navy nine months ferro and would appreciate any I an extended sick leave Con-
ago and received his recruit,train- /tiJ OIttY t'BY news of the mammal and the return gratulations to Elmer Attaway of
Ing in Great Lakes, Illinois. Before if he is found. Tom is not Transportation and his wife who
dangerous for like the rest of his
joining he was employed at were presented with a 9-pound
the Photo Mural Studio In Holly- = ARTHUR I MURRAYFamous clan, he depends on his fleetnessand baby boy last week We are
wood, Calif., for one year. During digging ability to take him sorry to report that Willie Dauphin -

his spare time, he played a mean International Teacher of the Dance away from harm.. of Transportation was calledto
trumpet for his own dance band. Alabama due to illness of his
Ken has found Navy life very ftVMftA BREAKTOSlDe. father
Interesting so far and welcomes SLOWLY Uncle Sam Thought for the week: Errors,

I the chance to attend the ANP) s smro \ (Continued from Page 1) like straws, upon the surface flow;
School in NATTC., After graduation .RIGHT vlous. The student has gone he who would search for pearls
from "P" School, he hopesto must dive below.
through a slight indoctrination in
.
further his
Navy schooling in all the aviation ratings. Now he
Class "A" Photography School. \
Satiating his athletic urge witha BACK fORWABD O*SlOe Lit \ has the 'know-how' to choose his tion and that previously recorded,
few rounds of Ken ON YOUR SKIES LEAD. ratings. the counsellor must evaluate the
golf, natur- LEFT 3
tH 5TlffttHO BACKWARD I After filling out his second student's capabilities and limita-
ally enough has hobbies
and music. of photography ORWAftOTOH WOT TOES LEAD. questionnaire, he is again assignedto tions. This must be carefully done
1 the rate shops for four more because assignment to the schoolsare
RIGHT hours of instruction in each. This
on a competitive basis. That
Eleven men from the USS Val-
rour have reported to Fasron Six LEFT h gives him a total of five hours of is, the student with the higher
for a tour of Welcome fONT intensified instruction in each rat- overall average has the first i
duty. 'ii 7" ing, bringing him to the sixth
aboard is extended to Carl Ohler 4 up choice of the particular school he
week where he fills out the third desires.
SN; John Cleare, SD; Roy Fields, "
TOES LEAD and final form for a choice.
*
SN; Charles Gibson, SN; Robert
Q Ry You're probably beginning to
Hahne, SN; Dave Kochever, SA; fORWARDAMIs'Qt/1NROdVfARwARDON STEPPING think that this is a lot of forms.It IT ALL BOILS DOWN to the
Raymond Lewis SN .# R4 0r. trNQ L eACKw RDeQ fact
: Murray k hOOraR/m ist but now look at "Uncle's"side that NATTCenter will give a
Metzger, SN; William McWhorter, R POOTFROK L.F00r, fr0OrFRON of the ledger. The taxpayers student every chance to get a rate
SN; Ray Veihl, SN, and Thomas are paying out billions of his choice, but he has to work
per
Walsh, SA.Robert for for it. There are no handouts.This .
year a top flight Navy. Au-
Hamilton, AK3, one of thorities at NATTCenter is stressed from the first day
reason,
the two storekeepers of entrance.But .
arriving and have
WHEN they proofs to back this
aboard recently, has been sent BRINGING up, that a top flight Navy is com then you say, "Suppose
,TAD to Sanford to relieve Joe ( fOOt IN posed of men that are working in brother doesn't want to be an Air-
Naguski, who has received ordersto INtT FRONT' DO the rating of their choice. The dale?" That's taken care of, too.
MtSi.S
report to the Navy's Under- MER ANY NOT WEIGH1 PLACE Student Counsellors are insurancethat Brother is interviewed in his sev-
water Demolition Team Training ON IT. the man gets his choice. enth week If after the Interview
School. John B. Thomas, SKG2, the counsellor can't convince

is the other storekeeper who has 5... AN. -/ THE TRAINEE IS interviewed him that he is better fitted for
reported for duty. in his seventh week. During the an Aviation rating, he is wishedthe
.
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LESSON 8-The Run nba Break and Turn interview, the student supplies best of luck, and held for the
Break fol lows the first half of the Rumbaer [formation first draft
local Marine The Rumba usually about his age, physical! sea available. -
See last week's for the artist's drawing of the characteristics
Box Step. chaptc his home and back- There have been cases when
Receives Award Box Step, and do steps 1, 2 and 3. I'ground, school credits, civilian brother returned to the ANP( )
." '\ Then, (1)) the man steps slow- ing dance from Rio de Janerio. work experiences, and his plans School a year later eager for any

Pfc. John R. Seymour, presently ly to the right and pauses, (2) (Next week: The, l Fentllum for the future. aviation school that he can get.
attached to the Marine Barracks! back on his left foot and (3)) for- basic step of The Samba. Plus Pn the basis of this informa- However, those cases are few.

here, was presented the Letter of ward on the right. more Dance Hints, Illustrations 1

Commendation with Combat "V", and drawings) ', ,, ,,!'."'*,<;ry ,IP:!:.. ,,.', "
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for meritorious service while Serv- As the man steps to the tight r"VJ
ing with the First Marine Division the girl steps to her left and they ,<'< ; : ; <"') : ;;
in Korea, by Lt. Col. Harvey break away from each other. Arthur Murray Says: /. .
+ ": :
B. Atkins,' Commanding Officer of The girl steps with her left \ -
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1. The ability to a tuneis
the NAS Marine Barracks, at a toot on3, rejoining her partnerIn not a necessary carry factor In ;' \ 1-
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formal a closed position.
ceremony last week. learning to danre. To dance, i
The citation reads in part: "For __Practice' this Rumba Break for you must simply be able to ,, ,
excellent service in the line of his an hour, then go on to the Rum- keep time to the music. If you ',' '. :' '
profession while serving with a ba Turn. : t(
can march to band music-you
t !
Marine 4.2" mortar company dur- can keep time to dance music.
, ... ing operations in safety, he fear- Here is an easy way to dance 2. here, are two simple waysto
lessly exposed himself to direct this step in a typical Cuban man- train yourself to keep Ume:
enemy fire to bring the fire of his ner: (a) Beat time first with your
mortar to bear on the enemy, As you take a step-whether feet (b) Walk In time to foxtrot
"He succeeded in destroying an forward or to, the aide-let your music.
enemy mortar and eight man knees lead. S. Listen to dance mut lr.
crew, two enemy troop concentra- But, when stepping backward, Then, limply beat time with
tions on reverse slopes, an enemy let the toes lead. Try not ,to let your foot on the floor as '.
observation post and an enemy your weight go with each step. though you were hitting the '
machine gun emplacement with Hold back )'cUr.weight.; Study pedal of a bass drum. x s :
-" supporting troops." the diagram showing how the hands, the ,2' :
4. Tap your on I.
Pfc. ,Seymour Is a veteran with Rumba Turn is executed and arm chair at the same Ume. t \i: IR:4: j
21 months )in the Corps and hails when to pause. 0. Keep tapping to different
from San Angelo, Texas. The Break and the Turn are types of music until it becomes
.
/ ," two highly enjoyable steps. You automatic to follow the drumbeat GETS COlIlIENDATIONPfcthe c. John R.; Seymour, attached to
"Daughter, you tell that marine will have a lot of fun if you perfect Then walk around to Marine Barracks, is present*ed the letter of Commendation "
: \ to take his arm from around your the steps ,by practicing them several different song Soon, with Combat "V" by Lt. Col. Ha irvey B. Atkins ,left command*
.
waist faithfully. your feet will ."carry the tuae" ing officer of the Marine Barrac ks, during ceremony last week. I
't t "Tell him :yourself, pa. :.He's r a And now, you are ready to go easily. Seymour was given the award foi r I: meritorious service While witit
total stranger to me." on to The Samba-that tudriatI the, first Marine Division, in Kon ea.

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Being FormedThe


call has been sent out rI

at NAS Jacksonville for
can-
ll>' Armed forces Press Service
Information from the Pacific Coast Bays Insiders out there have, didates for a new station box.

been scoffing at the behind-the-scenes efforts of Oakland's Brick ing team which is being form.
ed under the tutorship .
capable
Laws and Seattle's Totchy Torrance to bring: Happy Chandler into "" .
of Chief John Colson at
the circuit's picture. NATTCenter.

The argument goes this way New York Yankee first sackers, Colson, a former coachingand

The objective was not to have the may go into the restaurant busi- boxing instructor at NAS,

near -ex- commissioner supplant ness in Gotham Memphis, may be reached at
I Clarence Rowland as PCL presi- the NATTCenter gym, build.

dent, as reported, but to make the Late Harlem basketball Globe note Trotters: When met r: : ing No. 563 Monday thru Friday
Chandler
a I after 1600.

_.. public relations I the college all-stars at Pasadenaa Anyone interested in joining .
e short time ago, the cage game
chieftain the team is welcome. Na
whose drew its biggest gate and largest _x previous experience is neces-
crowd. A total of 31,648 fans
major assignment- d ; sary, and boxers will be matched
.attended the contest, played: at equally in experience 'and

would be to the famous Rose Bowl. a ? : we 1 g h t. The team is being
I J a e
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win surcease 3 al *! formed in preparation for com

'i' from; ShortsThat : x'S vli ing station smokers and JaK:

the major Sport Navy's boxing crew.

league .
the stolen base Is nearly
draft
i extinct In the American Leagueis
One West
indicated in the 1950 records.
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Coast writer J(_ -=_,_
Dominic DiMaggio of the Boston

states Red Sox, was the league leader READY OR NOT HERE I COME-That's what Elliot Newallof
"The
a flatly whole: with 15, with only three other ComFairJax seems to be emphasizing as he heads for the

will thing players stealing more than. ten plate being: guarded by Maurice Tevault of VF-41 in American

come division NAS loop action. Newall was tagged out In this action SALTY HUMOR FROM
Jackie Jensento
Luke Applmg, who called it a which saw VF-41 winning, 13-9.

naught. Chandler can hardlybe career after the '50 season played HERE AND THERE -

expected to make headway In 2,218 games at shortstop for the :

the Coast League's behalf since he Chicago White Sox over a 20-year No-Hil Game Features Stage Manager: "I'm going to

couldn't win payoff support for period. He won two batting make yob go on that stage wearing

himself." championships, made 2,719 hits less than any chorine ever did ,
"
for a lifetime average of .311, and before.
Jackie Jensen, Yankee left fielder hit more foul balls than any other Chorine: "Ha, ha! How can I
NATTC Circuit Action
against southpaw pitching two players combined. wear any less than I do now?"

marched into the Stadium the i Stage Manager: "Tale that

other day with a .500 batting average Eddie i Waitkus Phillies' first grin off your face!"'
The first no-hit no-run game of the season featured play in the .

He .had made six hits, includingtwo without baseman even hit into lifting a his triple bat play oft NATTC softball league play during the past week as Frank Fleming, If jour wife laughs at your
lean right-hander from AN (P) Students mowed down the AO Students I
homers and a pair of doubles; his shoulder. (Richie Ashburn jokes!, It's probably because somebody
in his perfect mound performance.
and driven in four runs. To our and Granny Hamner were both told her she has beautiful

way of thinking this is not bad' picked off the bag after Eddie Fleming threw just 32 pitches MAIlns Second teeth.

for a young man who a month had fanned.) during the game, walked no bat .5' *
The Marine Air Detachment
ago looked as if he might be get ters and with his teammates play- "A thing happened to
funny my
Ing errorless ball behind him, allowed Permanent Party ended a seven-
ting a ticket to Kansas City. You How fleeting fame can be Tom no batters to reach first game losing streak as they outlasted mother in New York."

can't tell which youngsters are my Henrich won the first gameof base. The final score was 24-0 Air Craft Maintenance, 17- "I thought you were born In
liable to develop a mighty swat the 1949 World Series for the Ohio."
12 for their second 'sin. Griner
virtue of their win over AO
By
record .
and knock the cockeyed. Yankees with home in the
a
run of the Marines was the winning
Students Chief Barnett's crew of
ninth to win 1-0. He was re- hurler, while Wallace hurled for A sense of humor is what make
ANP) Students closed the
Branch Kit key refuted all moved from the World Series eli gap Air Craft Maintenance you laugh at somethnlg which
to behind the lead-
thoughts of ever trading Ralph gible list in 1950 to make room just one game The game, a free hitting affair, would make you mad if it hap:
Ing 1st Lieuts in the red hot National
Kiner when he spoke at the Pitts- for Johnny Hop p. When he tried The American saw the Marines collect 16 hits pened to you'
League. .
burgh Baseball Writers' dinner to visit the Yankees' \\It
dressingroom while Air Craft Maintenance
lead is still held garnished
League being by
recently. Rickey said he intendedto he was stopped by the 11. Leading the attack 1st dog "Do you have a family
the fast stepping AN(I ) Ship'sCo.
end his baseball career in who him tree'"
guardian greeted with for the Marines was Cassady with
Pittsburgh guiding the Pirates, "only ballplayers are allowed in In Monday's National 4 hits and Johnson with 3 hits. 2nd dog: "No, we're not pat.
League
added that hard work is "
and here. tlcular
necessary to success. encounters AN(I') won on forfeit Sullivan, Hoffman, and Wallaceled ,.
from the Aircraft Maintenance attack
Training Facilities. Mean-
Then touching on Kiner, who The most grueling game In while AE with 2 hits apiece. Drunk to M.P.: "Just becausemy

was the honor guest of the writers baseball history was the Brooklyn- the ladder Ship's a bit by Co.beating moved AE up Blasting 23 hits for 24 runs, eyes are red is no sign that

.., Rickey declared: 'Kiner's Boston marathon on May 1, 1920. Students, 11-7. Cornett and Rob- Personnel turned back the Dispensary I'm a drunk. For all you. know,

success Is the result of hard work. The starting pitchers, Joe Oesch- ,ertson formed the battery for theShip's DentaJ, 24.10 in an Am- I may be a white rabbit., .
Probably no other batter in the ger and Lion Cadore, worked the erican League encounter. Schwartzwas -
Co. with
Cornett
receiv-
In the all important gameFrank
National League ever worked bo entire game Each team was shut the winning hUller, while Au- ,
credit for his fifth
ing win of the Fleming of ANP) Students
hard before or after a ball gameas out for 20 innings. Each scoreda try suffered the loss. Leading1the
year against two setbacks. Na- hurled] his team to a 24-0
Kiner. run in the 21st. The game was whirled for assault at the plate for the
gril; the losers with AO Students. Rum-
over
lie had the desire to excel asa called at the end of the 26th inning Personnelmen was third baseman victory
Doyle doing the backstopping for I was his catcher ANP( )
sey
batsman and hard work
only with the score still, 11. Iozakith 5 hits in 5 times at
has made him the best in the' the Students. Heavy stick work blasted out 17 hits in the amepa'ed
bat. Three of KozaK's five
by first baseman Marrs of Ship'sCo blows Messersmlth two circuit
league. In my mind there is nothing During a Boston-St. Louis for extra bases he col- by
gamea ., with three bingles was the were as clouts. Marshall also belted a
more tense in a baseball game sea gull flew over the infield deciding factor. lected two doubles and a home master.

than watching a great" batsman and dropped a fish in the pitch 1st Lieut Hold run. Cook also hit for the cir- four

face a great pitcher. ers' box where Ellis Kinder of the Dave of cuit for the winners. Mat.Supplylnt
Davenport the 1st
Red Sox was at work. Lieuts. scattered ten hits and Joe Cople's AO Ship's Co de- In a replayed game :Materialand
Bobby Locke, South African was edged Personnel, 2-1,
t touched for two runs as his team cisioned Athletic and Recreation, Supply
and British Open golf champion, downed AO Students, 53. Cuth- 12-7, as Cople himself pitched the in an American League encoun ,
has decided after all to compete ter. Bob Ownby of Supply was
bert took the loss for AO. win. Funk took the loss for Ath.-
in the American Open tourney at Gene Guziak of Rec. Heavy stick men In the con- the winning pitcher allowing but
Birmingham, Mich., in June. Dispensary Schwartz took
two hits.
Medics garnished his third win test were McCoy of AthRec. with just
Locke has left Johannesburg for as the loss for Personnel. The high-
he limited the Marine Air De- three singles and Tex Hopkins of
England. He is now in Britain tachment Students to AO with two hits. light of the game was the sensational ,/
and will fly to the United Stateson just three catch in the outfield by
runs on hits for ANP Student lA1klWednesday's
eight a 5-3 win. ( )
June 2. Tom Martin off the bat of big Mac .
Henry took the loss for the Ma- National League
Before in the catch in
playing Open, McGiffen. ;Martin's came
Locke will play in the roundrobbin rines. games saw ANP) Students, Ma- the last half of the last Inning
'
AK "A" School won its fourth rine Air Students, 1st Lieuts., and
tournament at Wykagyl, N. Y. with a man on base.
He won that one in 1949. Incidentally (Visit The Red Shield Club, topside straight to outlast Athletic and AE Ship's Co. winners in games NATTC Softball standings as of ,

Locke rates Ben Hogan, Navy-Beach Bus Station corner Recreation,. 14-6. Barksdale of 'nla- ved-". May 20th: -
the Marine Students
Storekeepers won his fourth The smarting
himself and Australian Norman Clay and Adams. Consult the AMERICAN LEAGUE
Von Nida as the world's three bulletin board in the club on your straight game without a loss for from an earlier setback duringthe '
the winners. His tterymate was week blasted Training Facilities Team ". I-
best golfers today. next visit to town).
Thursday, May 24 Hatley. Red Harriss: took the loss 22-9, with Stang on the ruo- AN(P) Ship's Co. .._".'_ 9 9

Bob Fetter has collected: $600- Singing Wheels Club Trans for Ath.-Rec. with Gordie Lassilla ber. McDonald took the loss for Personnel ...........--......------." 6 3

000 in wages In the 13 years he portation to the rink. doing the catching. Yarbrough of Tra Facs. Saunders of the Ma- Supply & Material .....__ 5 4

has been with the Cleveland In- Friday, May 23 AK "A" collected three hits to rines had a perfect day at the Athletic t:: Recreation..... 5 4

Informal Excellent lead the hitters. plate with 4 for 4. Lewis of Tra AO Ship's Oo ......."....._.. 5 4
dians. On a September night In Dancing -
1927 Gene collected television shows. Action Tuesday night swung Facs had three hits. Dispensary Dental .........._ 3 8
Tunney $990-
2 8 back into the American Leagueas The 1st Lieuts. downed Ath.- Marine Air (PP) ..........._. 2 ?
000 for 30 minutes of fighting Saturday, May
against Jack Dempsey Colorado Open house Ping-pong and the pace setting ANP) Ship'sCo. Bee, 14-5 as Alf Schudel notchedhis Air Craft Maintenance -.. 1 8

license plate No. 1111111 Is shuffleboard, 2000 dance. downed Supply and Materialin seventh straight win of the

owned by Golfer Bill Jeuffe and Sunday, May 27 a hot contest, 11-8. Zeb Laza- year. Harriss was the losing pitcher NATIONAL LEAGUE

the seven holes-ln-one 1000-1200-Java hour, 1930- rus gained his fifth win of the for Ath-Rec. Wegs had three Team W. I- .

represents he has made. Community sing.Monday. year without a loss. His catcher hits for the 1st Lieuts. as Lassilla 1st Lteuts. ..._._.,...."._'".. 8 1

Branch Bickers error enabledthe May 28 was Brten. Fisher and Stone and Edtes belted two for the ANP) Students ....."__. 8 2

Washington NatAl to buy their Bowling Club-Transportationto were the battery for Supply and losers. Marine, Air Students ."_,_.'1 3

star outfielder Irr Noren from the alley Material with Fisher taking the AE Ship's Co. turned back the AE Students ........_....__. 5 4

Medics ............ 5 li
the Brooklyn farm system Jn Tuesday, May 29 loss ANP) lashed out with a Dispensary Medics, 10-0. Cornettwas Dispensary

1949 for $50,000: cash and two Miniature golf-Transportation 13-hit attack in winning. their the winning pitcher while Ll- AE Ship's Co. _...____ 5 5 ...

Now he's of at 1930. ninth straight game. Bearer got end took, the ,loss I for .the,Medics. AK "A" School ___ <4 5 I
players. one '
Uw most dangerous hitters la the Wednesday, May 30>> three hits, and Murphy, Adams, Hitting1 star was George Lennie AO Students ........10..4. '3' T

Junior: hostesses la chargeInformal Lazarus, and Perry collected two with four hits In four times at Athletic Recreation...... 2 8
American League. Johnny hits apiece bat for tht Medics ,Training Facilities ."........... 1 9Page
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Jax Tars Meet Only One Winner In Sports QuizSports I Fliers Balance


Cards Reds I
fans went scurrying This week's question con- '

The high flying JacksonvilleTars through record books to find cerns a man who holds many Season's Slate :
records of them known
remain at home for the i the answer to last week's query many
by most sports fans:
next four days before shoving : "Who was the last National -
off one) a week's road trip. I Leaguer to hit two home "How many home runs did The Jax Navy Fliers split a t\win bill with the Eglin Air Force
Babe Ruth hit In World Series
Ben Geraghty's charges, mak- runs in one World Series I Base Eagles last week-end, winnin the first one 6-5 in ten innings,
ing one of the best showings the game T"-but it was of later competition? and dropping the second, 5-2, to ring their season's record to nine
Tars have enoyed in many years, I instance than supposed. The first correct anlwerto victories and as many losses.In .
take on the Columbus tonight in I the quiz gets two free ticketsto the first game, the Fliers
the final of a three game series. Vincent Moylon, SN, of Communications the Jax Tars games, while jumped into a five-run lead in a Coughlin walked and Saunders
The fray gets underway at 2000. I Department NAS, the second winner wins a full big third frame. Walks to Welz beat out a single. A single anda
was the first and only one to I course meal at tha CivilianCafeteria. triple Fannon Fliers
by the
Becker and Wilson single gave
Friday night the Columbia Neely, a
provide the correct) answer to
Reds move into town for a three I by Fannon, fielder's choice by another score in the ninth.
that The correct answer
question. No answers will be accepted Neely had a field at the
and Gennero day plate,
game series. Single games with I Ziegler, a safety by
the Reds are slated for Saturdayand Boston was Braves: "Bob Elliott who hit of two the I prior to 0900 Friday, the day netted the hosts five tallies. collecting a double and two sin-

Sunday. Sunday's is I after publication. The winning score came
game game gles.Gushanas
set for 1430.Norton homers on"Oct. 10, 1948 against i As a Up to sports fans-It in the tenth inning. Neely walked, was' charged with the
Cleveland. I will pay to try to call the Jax Coughlin doubled sending Neelyto loss and gave up nine hits. Collins -
Moylon thus wins two free Air News as late as Monday, third who scored a moment again took to the mound for
Marchel Share passes to the Jax Tars home for the two answers may not later on an error by the Eagle's the Eagles and got credit for the

Blind Bogey Honors games as first prize, but since' have been delivered as was second sacker. win.The
there was no second winner, the the case last week. Answers Fliers were handed their
Court Norton and Leo Marchel Civilian Cafeteria meal chit '',will be accepted until 1600 Successive one base knocks by second straight set-back at the
wound up sharing top honors in went unclaimed.Action 'I' Monday. Moore, Sheffler and Herring gave hands of the Patrick Air Force
_
the visitors two runs in the sixth
blind the station Missleeers 7-6 last
UU'elruT: bogie *i Wednesdayat
course last Saturday. Both inning. The Eagles lied, the score Mason Field in a game clustered -
men had nets of 78. in the eighth.An with many errors, and

Ties were registered in the run- In NAS Softball error single and homer by scratch bingles. ,
rer-up spot by Rear Adm. AlfredE. Moore produced three runs for the Again it was the visitors who
Montgomery and Capt. Albert I Air Force lads. broke the ice in the first inn-

Smith, who had nets of 77 Drop Second, 5-2 ing, scoring one run on a single,
Tom Lymenstull had the longest Loop Enters 2nd RoundIntramural Becker needed no help in chalk- followed by a two base blow.
Four' and -
singles two Flier mis-
drive of the day on No. 17, blast- ing up his third win of the year.
cues produced a pair of in
scores
ing one 275 yards down the mid-
Collins started for the Eagles and the fourth fra.me. Patrick tallied
... dle. Softballcrs with half the season under their. took the loss. He was relieved two in the seventh and scored

Longest putt of the day was belts head for the second cruise with Naval Hospital and In the ninth by Gallant. their final two runs in the eighth
scored by Bill Chase, Jr. on No. The second game turned out to inning.
VP-5 in the driver's seat of their respective leagues. Both
18. Chase tapped In a 20footer. be almost a picture in reverse to The Fliers first scores came in

John Appolo's pill came to rest are undefeated._ in competition., the opening stand. Two big In- the third inning when Neely and
Play in the American: League nings gave the visitors a 5-2 win
six feet from the pin on No. 18 2 for 4. Bill Martinyk walked Gennero sacrificed
safety by swinging
the: past week has been hot and in a Sunday afternoon .
to claim top honors In closest to I took the loss for Fas game.A and Fannon singled in a
the pin competition. furious. VP-5 returned from ma- Klmgheil pair of walks and three successive pair of runs.
neuvers to resume play this week. ron. singles in the second frame An eighth inning rally by the
VF-41 dropped its first game of Kisses!' Wins 10th racked up three runs for the Ea- Fliers fell one run short as Bill

the season being edged by Fas- The National League also gles. A walk wild pitch, error Ziegler opened by hitting safely
I SHOW BIZ. I ron Six, 4-3, bringing its recordto showed intense competition with and a double wrapped up the game through the box, Wolz gained
71. Bill Glaub, the winning Hospital still on a rampage, gar- for Eglin in the seventh as they first when he was hit by a
hurler allowed but four scatteredhits. nering win No. 10, by downing a pushed a pair of runs across the I pitched ball, Webb walked fill-
.'. Willy Williams of'VF-41 allowed rough Operations Flight club, 10. plate. ing the bases and Gennero lined
By Armed Force Press Sen'Ice but five hits to Fasron. Ben Kissee pitched a brilliant 3- The Fliers scored a single tally i a single bringing in Ziegler and

HOLLYWOODVELCOME: VF-41 shook off its only defeat hitter to post his tenth win in as in the fifth when Neely doubled, Wolz. An error by the left fielder -

Hollywood studio doors, closedto to drub ComFairJax, 20-3 in five many starts this season. Fred permitted Webb to score the
the general public for years Innings. Bob Browne, hustling Tuso also-got.into the limelight by the league, Bill Bevin posted his final run of the game.
excellent five-hitter third win in four starts for VA- I Martinyk took the loss for the
,
are now open to Servicemen In centerfielder, had a good day for pitching an
bad breaks took 859, while Paul Moon dropped his Fliers and lifted in the
uniform. Military personnel in ComFalr at the plate getting two but with a few was
second loss of the
the the loss. season. I seventh when Righter took over.
area can contact the USO Information for three. Dick Broadbent and
Center Terminal Lab in League standings as of May 18: Righter gave way to Webb.
Subway Maurice Tevault combined for four Photo a slugfest slappedout AMERICAN
I Rinks started for the Air Force
15 hits to beat
Bldg. Operations
of VF-41's hits with two apiece.
Team W. L
i V 117 S. Hill Chuck Shock posted the win for Aerology, 18-15. Allen of Photo Vp-5 .... .... 4 0 I the men and was who relieved credited by Reed with in
I st Tours, VF-41 while Paul Pohoniak suffered Lab, had a fine day at the plate VF-41 : ::::::::.:.:::::::::.:.:.... 7 1 : the eighth win. was

arranged the loss. getting three for four, driving in Fasron 6 ..__._.>............._ 6 2 see
by the Los Fasron 109 Wins 7 of his team's runs. Fasron 109 ._...._................ 6 3 For the first time in baseball

AngelesUSO Fasron 109 subdued Faetu 14- VA-859 Newcomer VP-10 ........._....>................. 6 3 history, three members of a pitch-
are 13 in an 11-inning fray, one ef Winning pitcher Don Archen- O & G ...._.-._.__..........._..3: 4 ing staff won 60 games between
conducted the most hotly contested tilts of bronn also helped his own cause Faetu .............._........._....._ 4 6 them and their club finished no
1 n limitednumbers the season. "Spitz" Spitznogle by slapping out a commendablethree ) Mar Air Det _.._......._......... 2 7 better than fourth. It happenedto
and Bob McHugh of Faetu tied for five. Selly Selvaggi suffered 1st Lieut. _._................ 1 :5 the Boston Braves In 1950.
though all for shillelagh honors, with four the loss for the weather ComFairJax _._................ 1 7 Warren Spahn won 21, Johnny
major stu- apiece. The Fasron bats also .
Sain won 20, and Vern Bickford
NATIONAL
dios boomed loud with Slick Sturdivant men.A tough NARTU nine edged won 19, but the Braves finishedin .
Lovelysinger getting four hits. Dick Clibbery Supply, 8-4, on five hits. Willy Team W. L. fourth place.
was the loser while BUI Ready Williams batted and pitched his Hospital ?_......_.................10 0 >
Rosem aryClooney notched an important win to keep way to the victory by allowing 10 O & R .........?....................... 7 2 Bill Ezinicki of the Toronto
Fasron in the first division. well scattered bingles and drilled VA-859 .._........._................ 3 1 Maple Leafs spent 144 minutes in
,4 recently on VP-10 nosed Fasron Six, 10-9. out 2 for 3 himself. Billy Smith NARTU __.._................. 4 3 the penalty box in 1949.Theuhe. (
.;; ? the "Armed The seven hits collected by VP-10 and Chigger Watson of Supply got Supply ...................._........._ 4 :5 .
j Forces were due to the hard hitting of 2 for 4. Chief :Maloney took the :Mar Sec ..............................- 4 5
Yma Sumac Hour," DuMont Phil Hanna, Clyde Firestone, and loss for Supply. Oper. Flgt. Div. _................ :5 :5
.. TV Bob Dryman. Don Harkins took Newcomer to the National Faw-11 -{.._.....-..............- 3 5 h
.. show, has been named at MacDill the win for the patrolers. Bob League, VA-859 polished off run- VP-741 ...:.._..._............._. 2 6
AFB as "The Girl With Whom Dryman and Bob Hontz were the ner-up O&R, 7-2 to show that hot Oper. Photo Lab. ................ 2 7
We :Most Like to Share the Air- only men to get more than one) competition has been added ton Oper. Aero .......................... 2 7 Guide .
ways" Next production at
Larson AFB Wash.: Shaw's MAINSIDE
"Arms and the Man." Davis- Thursday, May 24

Monthan AFB, Tucson, Ariz., "Heart of the Rockies" .___..
made a. hit with their "Bomb-Bay .? ....._........_............? Roy RogtiftFriday
Frolics" and the polio fund at Fort May 25

MacArthur, San Pedro Calif., "Her First Romance" __ ? ?.._ .,.
was swelled by their Post Variety .... .................. Margaret O'Brien '
Show. Saturday, May 28
a "Rocky Mountain" ....Errol Flynn
'1
BAND DATES r A Sunday;, May 27
The Phil Regan Camp Show, "Mr. Imperiam" .......Lana Turner ,
now in the East, played :New York 141t ". 2 Monday, May 28 "
Naval Shipyard, April 29. Next: p 'QN 3 ll "Coming Round the Mountain" _.* 4;
Samson AFB Auburn, N.Y.; May _..Bud Abbott and Lou Costello 'j
13 Tommy Tucker and his $L Tues, and Wrd. May 29 and SO .
band play U. S. Naval Training 4tP "House on Telegraph Hill" ?_.. .

Station, Newport, It. I., May 11 ..?.,_.._........ Valentina CortegsaNATTCEXTER as
Fort Campbell, Ky., is in the
throes of selecting an 11th Airborne Thursday, May 24
Div. Marching Song. Mu- '4 "Co for Broke" ........Van Johnson
,
sic is by Cpl. Paul Bordeleau. Col. ....""' Friday, :May 25
,
Bryon L. Paige, CWO Carroll H.Grumraish 1. "Rocky Mountain".JSrrol Flynn
and CpL Andrew B. 1. Saturday, May 2 6

Ledwith are up for the lyric award "Her First Romance" ....... ........._
Record fans can really hear if ?...............-._.. Margaret O'Brien
vocal gymnastics in the apitol Sunday, May 27.

album "Voice of Xtabay of Pe- BOWLING AWARDS-Teai and individual trophies for in:ilra-mural bowling competition "My Outlaw Brother" ......_.._ !
ruvian Yma ..._...... ......_ Mickey Roomy
singer Sumac. were presented in ceremony last >week by Lcdr. Harry Knickelbine, Physical Training officer of NAS.ie ? ? -
i ,Receiving trophies were, left to j right, Charles Saunders high ram winner; George Lillicotch, who Mon. and Tnes., May 28, lutd 29
i Twenty-eight .Amerkart :League : 'accepted trophy for the thampioing n CPO entry and also high averai je winner; Mike O'Shea, representng "Mr. Imperiam"_T.ana Turner
pitchers, working ten or mote I Fleet AlrlVlng 11, station run ners-up; Roger Reiser, represents Fasron 109, American league Wednesday, May 30
x games last year laad: a> perfect I runner-up; Frank Saxon, of NAR][U, which was National League run iner-up and S/Sgtj L rpr Lieneau, "tromi;})g Abbot the Mountain"-,-.
fielding average of 1000. high series winner. -JBuU ana Lot Cut.eUMay <<

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The Commanding Officer and the entire military and civilian personnel of the Naval 'z





Air Station Jacksonville, Fla., take this opportunity to sincerely thank the following :. '





merchants, professional men and others of the city of Jacksonville, the Beaches, and ,', ,' i


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surrounding territory for their generous' donations to the Navy Charity Carnival. '.'' .f:




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Wright's Supply Co.Smoak H.I.,,'* Gift ShopMurray "'
Fai'l Service Station
Jar Co. Cash Produce Co. T. T. Adams Co. Domestic LaundryLaundarland
Drug
Hill Electric Co.
Co. National Distillers Corp. Davit ft Ninon Co 1"-"
K.leelSemon's Hershey -

Colliers Sn Marco Market ShopWilll.m Goo Bicycle Shop Handy Dry Goods Co. Thelma Tyan'i Hair Stylln g United Food Stores Gram Mennen ft Service"Grarnp' StationJ. Stokes Odom t Drug Sons Store Floor Servicing ; I i
Tee's Sewing Shop
t Sons Lovetti Waffle
Moods Shop
Catlin Son Sean Service Station : s. S. Lee t Son Drug Co.Pridgen's '
Wadkini Hardware Store A. Lanp
Soft Water ServlI Capitol I I Concrete Co.General .
Claude Nolan, Inc. 10th Street Sundries Culligen Jacobslllingworth Food Store t MarketBinghem : .
Glass Co.WIlIi.m Mr. R. H.
Southern Art
.
Food Corp.Horn .
C. I. Capp Co. H. M. Bucky I nd epandont.laundry Seed Co. -
I t C Cities Service Snap-On Tool Co. Appliance Co.Rahain Auto Service Engineering Co.
Store
Jlmm, Package Whlppl Model Sales, t Si,.:Ice Mr. G. S. FagentromJ. Otaaco Co.Southsld. .
Air Co. GroceryA
State Trailer Park Linda Product .
Interstate Induttrloi Empire Hardware Co.Shorty' ., .
ft P Food Store Christine Beauty Shop A. Catttdy
Virginia; Paper Co. Avondale Service Store Jewell Tea Co.
Co. Herschel Point Service SI.tioll! Monarch Food Clark ft Lewis Co..ushn.1I Thomas Pottery Shop Temple Barber Shop Radio Service
Dealer Equipment ::: Twin Des Self Service LaundryC.
The Loft Antique ShopA.
Co. Steel, Co. Clement Package Store
Piano Co. Wilson Mfg.
.l Co. Reynolds
Duv
Cigar Candy
D. Nawklrk ft Son D. Hoka Service Station
Jones Chemical 'Inc Leveretti Grocery
Faint Jewelry Ce.Graybar ,
Jacksonville Numbing' Co. lob Johnson Uniform ShopN.
Weitrich ft Ltd.
Crowthar Marble ft Tile Co. Boyd
Electric Co. Seven Sea Restaurant India Wood Book StoreSouthern
Marshall ft Spencer Co. J. Travaiiot
Motor Co. Forestry Equip. Co.
Seminole
Electric Co.
Service Station Southtide Billiard p..lorS.
H. A. Pike Co. Lake Forest Beauty Shop Teiaco Co.Ch.pm.1I Ton Head to Foot Vaughn ft Johnson Co.
Harvey J. Barnwell Johnnle'i Service Station I i Belote Hardware Co. Napoll Downtown Oldsmobile Shop Radio Service
National! Inc. Sparks "
Irownie'i Drive-In Bent ft Jack Beach Amusement Ca. Jeweler Airlines
Tavern
Norm Byrne Duval Jewelry Co.n Letters, Inc. Retell Drug Store
Lillian Inc. The Still Duval' Produce Co. Foley lumber Co.
McCollough. St.tlc I D ft J Store Gllttoni StudioW.II.c. Almond S ft 10WINred'e
Service
Rufus Wilson Pearl St. SundriesLynchDavidson Smith ft Sponholt.W.lk.r Ivet lenaco
McCalli Paint Store Green Motors, l lBugbaaRaye Inc, Grocery
'
Toattla Inn
Produce Co. Tatty
Motors Inc
G, P. Coyle t Sons Co. Fraiien Service Station
Mrs. William RichardionPurina Aboodi Produce Co. Cotes Lounge Nancy ScottSch.nl.
Whit... Inc. D lit rib. ,lee Cardinal Photo Flntihar Pace Pure OH Service
fatten Sole Co., Inc. Chow Store W. A. Haygood Vera Roberta DaughtriMri. Broi. r
Huntley Grocery
Inc.
McCormackFred Francis Duguid Tire Engineer
Co. Amy
Riverside Manor Beauty 5.101 Cohen Broi. Leak Produce PrinterDependable Florida Jeweler
Winters One Stop Store W. L. Hick A. Rankin Ce. Mlramar Bar. Ambrose the
Mayfield ft Son Co. Insurance Ci Harry A. Pierce Ins.| Co.South..st .
Diiion Electric
Motel Court
Co. Mom 1 Pupa Bar Jan Fruit Dirt Arden
Suddath Moving Wheel ft Rim Co.
Mock Machine Wa,miss E. D. Attain Biieri Restaurant Time Square Furniture Co.Peggr'n Bergman Supply Co.
Earl V. Wilson <<
National' Home Co.
10tl Dawaikln Johnioni Motel Court Tiny Tot Shop Milligan ft BurkeR. Equip.
C' Royal Crown Co. J.
Williams Brokerage
Hobbs 'It. Co.
Peril
MarketHolantheck't M. Simmons Rug
Hollii Motel Court E A E Food
Rand Angelo
Colonial Service Station Remington td. Station Shell Service G. W. Parmtllee Hayes Package HouieSatchwell
WheelAirport W. W. McMillan Co. Furn. Co. McCarti Service
Wagon t p.ctrlc Ce.
Service StationFairfas Peter G. Ward Co.Scotty's McCrainei Furn. Co. luck Real Estate Co. Pearl St. PharmacyJacbsonrflleiGift O. J. OottarhoudtA. Shoe s
Springfield Factory
Fishing CampDuval Mather Furn. Co. Dr. Stanley ThomasNorman ft Heating W. KnightJ.
Theatre
\ Waters Stanley Horn ProductsMundy'a
Fulton Fish Co.arbtr Welding i ft Supply Co., Hamilton Jewelry Co. MlnchenWllkerton Shop B. PharmacyPenlniular
Sid Mack Co.Houston Vogue Beauty Sale
Realtor
Paint Store
Cleaners Kites
Terminal StatioiDlckeriont Vogue Dry
Stop Glass
Co.Stone .
Consumers Ice Co.
Co.Alllt.t. Griffin Amusement Par k Drug StoreH
State Diit.
Service Station V. I. Vaughn Metal Shop Ca. '
Beaver St. ft TrimFlorida Brokerage Co.Orange Palace Motor Court ft H Auto PartsBreneman William A. Ogilivie ft See Exterminating
Laundar-Hara Sail S..vlc.Norm.nd Molding Flower Shop '
Window Shad I Ca Moedi Transfer Co Edgewood
Blossom Co. Inc Gates Hobby House "
Blvd. Lumbar Co Deiiel Eng. Sales ,
Normandy, Mote, Silver Package Storo Fairfai Variety Kemp Variety Store Bo-Kay Perfume Co.. Merle Meadar Beauty ParLuca ,r i International' HarvaiterLaw
Fitzpatrick, Florist
Restaurant Rhode Furniture Ce. Paint Co.
Mri. Cobb
DUll lock Case Co. Griffin Pharmacy
Cocktail
San Juan Lounge Martinet, BakerThomas
Co. Harthavan Grocery SlotNewsome Spiegel Dress Shoply Canto Cafeteria .
Title Jewelry Co. Leion Bottle Get 'w
Hardware
Normandy A. W. Knklni Outdoor Theatre A: M. AveryGermain Gator Post. V. F.. W. Lumber ft Sup, C*. Starchl Furniture Co. Beau Monde Beauty Salon HardwareHawkini ft Market j jStM.
Grocery
Woolworth Co. White Way DelicatettenKing
F Sons Lumber Co.E. Harry Flnkalttain t Co.Hot.1 Arthur Conner F. W.
atiatt Sweeper ServiceBurwell Dana Johnson t Co. China t Glass Co. Reel Silk Hosiery, Inc. W. T. Grant Co. St. Bicycle Store Bryan' Market I
Chevrolet Fuel Ce.
ft
All Season Ice
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Salon Shaffar'l Upholstering Co. Hope Harris Shoe Store Graham Boat Yard Mine Rote Style Shop Ch" Southtide Packagi *
Cohen Brothers Beauty S. Miirakl
Credit Clothier Greyhound Dry Cleaners !
SalonWhaley'l Allan Drug StoreDuval Leeds .,1
Studio Rhudy I White, Inc Murray Hill I Beauty
Maria Aiar Photo Shoe StoreW. Edgewood Barber Shop Furchgott'i Dapt. Store "
News Co. Family
Tropical Overall S.nlc.W.th.rln9ton Burkhot ers Drugs I Berber. Shop Pump Co. T. Farley Harrlioni' Pet Specialist l Mildred' Budget Shoppe, "Fees'
Barber Smith Broi.Thompion Deming
Service
City Service Shop Wade Groceries Halls Wastes Teiaco Service Sta ,011 Western Auto Store No. }
Shoe RepairBobby's
Con Flower Shop Quinn R. Barton BsWashlend Landau Pharmacy City Supply Hardware Co. Hunter Battery ft Tire Ser,!,;e Jai Tractor Corp.A. .

Adaabi Steer Room McDanial Gift Shop Beauty Community Groceries Stanley Leff Motors Chases Drive In M. Burrs Furniture Ce,

Surrancy Service StationDr. Crawford Electric Co. Photo Service Williams Venetian Blind Co, Simmon' GrocerySilverman's
Blocks Sundries Trucks Service Station, Charlie Riiha Grocer i Rapid
Jack Griggi' Laundry
Lakeside Service Station
Jason Optician
Gift
Station Shop
Florida Cycle Supply Shall Service Ortkyt
Bailey Drive-In Roy Graallth Plumbing Co.
Lakeside Cleaner
Clothi Pelican Bar
Credit .
Motori Inc Seymour
Lee ( Catat Glass Co. Huntley Broi. GrocaryFloridaGeorgia San Marco Studio Capitol Men' Shop J.,'* Sarvic StationSet Marks Lake Shore Gown Sh,Dp Jai Yacht .toto.
Tractor CIt Bon Art
James M. Grady Co. Hudson Florida, .
Artic 'roductaScotty'
'n' Sundries Penguin
ClaanariPitton Olin F. Wolf Co. Sips
ft Co. McDutf
Florida Roofing Supply
Barber Joi. H. Walsh Co.
Ortega ShopEd Goodwin' Service Station
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ft M k.t Grocerytesters
Jones ft Hall Rings Sales t Servlc Weather Grocery "
M..rlhMcL.ughlin NurserySwicord t Paint Co.
Store Hartley the Florist
ft SonsNoel's Plantation Foods Inc. Banner Food Stare Package nlrJi'dPo';
Lumbar Co. Atkini Davit Seat Cover Mfg. Co.. Bob'i
Hallmark Electric Co. Drugs
National' Pressed Steel, Barr.United Sundnei Alford Broi.Mootehead .InnNewman's Long Grill Pate Bar t Grill Barbee Motor Co. Harold Ashley Co.
Life Insurance Co. Avenue Shoe FactorySouthern AC Pawnbroker
W. H. Rivet Co.E. Jacksonville Journal
Hat Shop Adair House of Flower
Goods Stora
Airport I Inn Restaurant Dry A. Martin Seed Co. Duval Marine Co.Golf.I Universal Dept. StoraTaegle
ft Seefoo Crltwall Tire Co.
Riverside Poultry
Alemita Co. of the South..s.M.rk'
Melody Club Mercantile Co.
Feed Co. Beauty ShopLynchDavldian
Watrlng
Alchel Steel Co
Riverside Gown Shop Kramer! Pharmacy
Saatlda Fish t Poultry Clark Fruit Co. Charm Dress Shop Motori, In Van H. Priest Co.R. .

Mcllawalnt Motor Dlckton ft Earlay J"r, TavernBarjunVl Little Gallery Crawford Cycle Co. M. O.: Huck t Co., Inc. Roienberg Clothier
Mr. Padgett* GrocaryDeVene'l Jones ft Hammond Furn. Co.GlOrll.1 Drive-In For Jewelry ft Loan Ca.
Sunoco Service Holdtn Tire Co. Okeechobee Conttructii !I Co. Benny Mem Store Grayio ShOPS
Southern Wholesale! Furn. C*.
Diiie Paint Store Peggy Inc
Caruso Electric Service Brinion ft Blountlinllh.m Roberts Pecking Co. I'R
Strickland BrotharlRufui Seed Co. General Electric Co. Mack Furniture Co.'p Lowe Drugs Fishers StudioA
Young College St. Bicycle ShopStlllm.n' Jacktonvlll Marina Standard Brand Inc. R. Cogtwall,
Supply
Sha
Electrolui Corp.J. C. A. Melville Radio i
The Friendly Shop ConfectionaryAmerican Acoustl Co of Fl A. Mecheda
Work H. Churchwell Co. F. L. Fleck t Co.- Camera EichangaHogan Eng. *
John G. Lana Linen Mattress Paint Co Jean Van Daraee, Inc. St. Ciga- Store H. J. Helm CoMartin' Leroy Joyner
Sherman Williams Paint Store Woolie
Gulf Station Edison Five ft Ten Co Ryder Truck Rental SyttAtkint .,m i i Rubber FabricatorKnauer's Garden Store Al-Bae Pipe Supply
Man N. Obardarfar Towar'i Hardware Co. Clothier Hardware Martin Office Equipment I ICrabtraa C,t. George Kelly Cigar Co.
A. L. CoffeyBurwell Mullani Credit Store Jones Cash Register Corp. Lumber Co. Jai Bottle Gas Co.
S. H. Kan Grocery Co Palmer' Appliance Co.E. .
Lamb Paint ft Hardware Co,, Olin Stagg Sundries
Motor Co. Co. Eddie Bland Motor Co. J. Whitney Co. Melon Lumber Co, Willo/ Battery ft Part Co.
ft
Tent Awning
Special Services Associated; Mention Hardware Ha. Broadway Dept. Store N ft L Auto Part W. E. King
B t S Shoe Co.S.
>avii St. Pharmacy
Bond Howell Lumber Co.
Gulf Oil/ Station
Vainadoai Shop Newiom Furniture Co. Kings Sale Co
A. Atella Co.
5.", ', LiquorsWhite Gardner SundrietWegon Snows HardwaraSea Florida Liquor Store Backer Dellcatetten H ft M Part Werehoui Handy Amby Drive 'In
lo Wine Dili.
Machine( Wheel Davit St.
Sawing Lino Food pharmacy
Sp.cl.liltlInd.p.nd.nt
The Counter
Bargain
Powell Venetian Blind Co. Handy Amby Drive-In Kitty Kelly Sheet SeaBo Wine Ollt.Jlmm .
Motors
E. O Clifton Furniture Co.Glatiar'i .
Hill Drive ''nL..son'
Murray
Coleman Linoleum FlooringFriendly C::0. Silkalite Products Co. Furniture .....rtMcCrory' The Luggage Shop Restaurant Pen Hoadquarte ,'. Sundries ,..'
Duval Ice ft Coal Co.Gater S ft '10 Store Martin' .
d:1i: Furniture Mart
Grocery Retail. ;,* Wolcott Portrait Studio Dr. E. S. Barrack
Iron Kettle ReitaurentA.
Coin Machine Co.Binkey
Co. Snows HardwareJoiaph _
Zion Equlpmtnt Hamilton t Well
M. Burrlt Furn. Co. Radio Part Co.Dowling Hlntont School of Dancing
Dilt. CoW Aleiandar
Dixie Super Market ft DouglaiLongbrench Delchar Broi. Co Early t Daniel Feed Co.
Bottle Gas Co.
Co. F. Weaver Jan Goodwin Plumbing
Food Harry
Joseph Imported Inn Sharp' Amoco Servlc Georgia; Supply Co.
Carl W. Llndell Co. Jai Tractor Corp. { ft 10 Store
Store McCrory'i
feeds Grocery Drive-In
Machine I C.. Piper ft Massey Liquor
t Uniform Co. Singer Sewing
ft Johnson Dist Co. Jai Apron
Tompion Lumbar Co. Pierce StudiU. Ralph Little Jeweler Sm.II'* Pharmacy
Woodward
Woolworth Co.B. Dlihlnger
F. W.
Golden Gate Cocktail Louni 1 I Jos. H. Walsh Co. : Hartley'. Grocer
Chai. R. AllanL. George' StoreD.but.nt.
Port F. GoodrichIngram S. Laundry ft Dry Clear r. ;
Edwards Ornamental Iron Wo rka Bob'i Trading Catco Prod.
Lurla t Son, Int.Mac't Plumbing Co. Smlttyi Cleaned ShopAntoln.tt.
Harold Co.SiIYlrm.n' .
Southern MusIc Dilt. Ashley Seller Appliance Service
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ShackKally'l .
Or. Shop
Jai Electric Motor Co. Beauty Shop
Food Store Alan Ford Products Laundry Wolf Little Folks Shop Tyretolet
Simmons Industries
Security Construction I SuppUtiay ,t Co.Adamt Automotive, Inc. Roy Greellth Plumbing Ce. Jay Pelican A. Smith StoreGolfalr Bill Naval Uniforms Chelft Drug Store Jones Cash Regttter Corp.J. .

ft Kerni Co National Home Equipment" C.. Jan Yacht Storage Liquor Sundries/ Rock-a-Bye Diaper S ce"lIlls Powell'i Little Folk Store H. hurchwall Co.

Petroleum Engineering Co., I I"IC. Persia Rug Co. "Tooley Myron StudioFarrel Co.W.st..n Rivervlew Seed Store Seminole I Televition Co. Hugh Sellari Pharmacy Deltel Marina Engineer

Panama Service Station Hayes Package HouieSttchwell Jawelery Co. Inc. Kosher Restaurant Economy Electric Co. Wooltey Paint Ca
Store No. 3Walgreen Otaeco ,
Co.. Auto
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Sev-A-Battery, Inc. Tina Oil Co. Lemerle Service Station Byron Thompson t Co.
Holt Equipment Corp.Gutiarra Florida Jeweler Drug StoreUnivanel Florida Rubber ft Suppl! lo. Adrian HotelKings Franco American Beauty S.lOll Edison I t 10 Co.

Florist ShopBob'e Harry A. Pierce Insurance Co. Dept StoreAI's Lawrence E. Pearce Co Service StationL.Mee San Marco Pharmacy Edward Ornamental Iron Work

Tavern Southeast Wheel ft RlmCe.Friden Pawnbroker The Florin Atlantic Motor SalatMurphy' Southern Music Diitr.
Van H. Priest Co Newman Millinery
Calculation Co.
Curry ft ThomasPower Setier'l Warehouse Elite Cleaners Fishing Hole Jerry' Tv..11I.rium'
Sundries Silver Grll.lOP A. MechedaTarretui Fro,,'. Drive Inn'
C: Victoria
Stewart Kramer Motor :0. Beauty Shop
Dish ft Spoon Restaurant S ft 10 Store General Sale Food Dlt.lOp .
Dradrlich Outboard Motor Sh Andenon'i Grocery G. L. Lewis Crabmeat Plus Underwood Corp.Norman's .
The Stag Shop. Inc. Hotel Windle Gulf Oil StationsLeroy Lakewood PharmacyWilliami Lanak Studio Cycle : Radio !51.illup' Wilson ft Toomer Fertiliser Co.

J. Ct Crumall Hat Shop Petroleum Carrier Corp. Joyner Hardware Draper New Way Poultry Mr. L. Van Da 1:1I Arthur Murray Dane Studio

San Jose Furniture IParnell't l.nor Tavern AI-Bo 1 Pipe: Supply Worsens BakeryR. Service StationSloterbeck Scott Co.Fulton .
Groff Hosiery
Restaurant Mr. O. C. McStevanionMr. George Kelly Cigar Co. Store S. Evans Motor Co. Service StationFlo Fish Co. .-

Inc. Hoke Eberherdt: Sellers Appliance ServiceSmall's Key Jewelry t George Pottery Shop Bernott National Bank
W. S. Hill Reliable Jeweler Graze Dempsey, Inc.pHil |
DaSoto Package StoreAtlantic H. B. McDaniali h..m.cyOowd'i Hardware Bowen Refrigeration SliP| Inc. General Boi Co. Mr. E. K. Rachalt Whitmor Tank Co., 'Inc.

} I Bag I Paper Co.P. Elmer LutzProfessional S ft 10 Co. Davit ft Co. Pawnbroker"I Cuss Barber Shop.ProctorBurnett Drive-In' Fruit Stand Young Auto Sales

Newman I Co. Optical Co. Perry Display CoCharlie' Sign Hall ft Auberry Office Eq! iment Grelgi Restaurant
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Farquhar Machinery
Willo t Part Co.Simmons .
Claude Nolan Inc. Battery Frailer' Flowertand RorMtDiior'l
W. J. Jones Sales Co. TavarnSurplui Mayfalr I Optician" Jonas Furniture Cn.
Hart Furniture Co. Reynolds t Manlay Lumber C o. GrocaryMildred' Trading Co. Mae Pool Hall. C. H. Brown Co.Mark'n Cleaner
Consumers Finance Co. Budget ShoppeS. Swan Service Shop
Gown
Domestic Sawing CantarJacktenvllle Fletcher Bargain Canter Shop
ClubAmerican
Paint Co. Smith Ivy H. Co.L. Mitreklan Store Faya-i Seating Co. Florida: Cut Rate Auto Par I Eattarllng\ Pharmacy Joy Beauty Shop

Co. Inc. C. Smith ft Corona TYP.wlTaylor Furchgott'i Dapt. R. Mangel' Package tore Rose JoelAtchlay'i
Diila Supply Leo Fitzpatrick Florist L..,, Restaurant Clyde Mobley Service! StationR.
I Adams BrokaragaJacktonvilla Antique Jackionvllla Paper C*. Florida Trailer ft Equlpmen Co. M. Zeff ft Son

Seed t Feed Cop Wm. McGinnit Antique Shop Martinet Baker M. Ziff ft Sent Fiber Sheet Metal Work Scott Furniture Co. W. GrantMaud'

Bill Terry I"c.t Victory Shoe StoreJ. Thomas HardwareHawkinl StoreSportland Florida Metal Products General' Electric Appllanc" Beauty Salon
MarketBryani Surplus
\ Army t Navy SurplusRivers A. Rupert Grocery ft Arcade D. L TankJ. Florida Food Sales Barco I> Page Service Station/
Bilt-Xite CabinetsHolland MarketAll General Electric Co. Fletcher' DeSoto Plymouth SalesFord
Body Co. A. Mfragll
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Graham Jones Paper Co. Self Service laundri Harvester Co. Harry Hindin Shoe RepGreyhound '.if Smith Steel Construction CI I. Barrett'* Sundries Roofing Co. Ce .'.

Georges Tavern Melon Lumber Co. Mem Shop Southern Welding ft Repel Co. Griffin Electric Co. Quick Service Mattress .
Toot 'N Tellum Drive In Peninsular Glass Co. LouIs Kunfflcei Duval' Shoe Co. Al'l Upholstery Ce.Plate .
Farguton'l Jr.
Dr. J. E. Anderson
Co.Edge .
McFarland Stone Eiterminatlng Glass Co.
Elder Fan Sales Co. Mr. : Florida East Coast LawStrahan's Colonial Press Progress Furnltur Store
wood Flower
Anchor Fence Co. ShopPlundy's Hart Swift t Company
Morrll Portnoy Co. Laundry Pat'l Bar ft Grill Furniture Co.
\ ft D. R. Bowen Pharmacy Howard' Store Modern Electric Co. Joe Hubberd Hardware
Butler Saylar Variety
I Shop
The Glass House Drive In Springfield Shoe, Factory Evelyn' Beauty L. E. TerelStewart's '
White Sa Grocery Clifford R. Fore Realto Mahoney Termlnli' Co. Quality Cabinet Shop '
I Point Tavern Griffins Service Station Stanley Home Products Bottle t Can Supply CBrtntwood Miller Mach. ft Supply Co. Duval Lumbar ft Supply Cc I ft 10 Store
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Inc. Casper Jungle Concrete Pipe Ca.Clllo
Co. Shandi ft Baker, Conway Inc. Sherman
Duke Lumber HardwareCO Southern Piston Ring CBillupt '. Tribble lee t AttoclataiGuaranty Iron
Chilly Co. OittributoriBalla Beach Toggery Cordova Service StetsonWalt Lean t Invaitmai't Co. Van B. Simpson Co. ft Smith Ornamental

-Say Contractors, Inc. Parrots ft Ridley Atlantic Sit Amavon Shop Mr. Blaylock, Automotive Supply, Inc.' Phllllpi Optical Dltp.

'sr: Ina Bro Grocery ft Market. Southern Dairies, Inc. Pilgrim G.Shoe WilliamsHowarda StoreMartin GarageStandard Service; StatioMeiwellt Estate Life 'Insurance Co. Farris S t lOc Store O. P. Woodcock
Co. C. D. Hoko Service Station Wash Fit-It Shop Alden Del Mar Court
Jet Refrigerator StandParkinson's Automatic Cl r National Cash Register
: Toledo Scale Co. Dunn Tire Co. Hot Dog Tim Grocery Morrlton 'I. Taylor, Inc. Robert Furniture Co Courtesy Ct. ReitaurantBlue I

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Service I Station Dinsmore Dairy Co. Tenth St. Groc.ryFinch Copper Kettle
Fowler Universal Jeffrey Mfg
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It Lake Forest Berber Shop Pedrlck Motors Firestone StoresService Norman C. lee Jewelry, Co Three Friends hl hlMetro

Lake Forait Service StationWassOMat Finch' Shoe ServiceGreyhound Dardeni Grocery Jack ThalerJ. Kapllngari, 'Inc. Wallpaper Store '
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