Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1949
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( 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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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Armed Forces Present Flying Power at Air Show

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,f'f' Vol 7-No.4 28 April 1949


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

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Diving Squad ;i'Carrier i Midway

Helps Recover .'Due Here May 3

Drowned Body ; <.,\ ',;

--- i To Operate Off MayportFor

Four Local Men Air Group Landings

: Sent To Branford I I

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\ I I 1 The 45,000-ton USS Midway one of the Navy's largest

.' After probing the Suwanee River class of aircraft carriers, will arrive from Norfolk, Va.,
for several hours, four I
diving team from the a Naval men Air I Tuesday, May 3 to begin a four-day training operation off-

Station recovered the body of Dr. shore in the Mayport area.

J. R. Carver who was drowned Manned by its regular crew, the ---

along with his two year-old huge floating air station is expect.

daughter fallowing; a motorboat ed to arrive in this vicinity early New Car Awaits

accident near Branford, Fl*. _.._-- --- ._- Tuesday morning, when it will begin -

The local divers who partici- ON ITS WAV-The 45,000 Ion USS Midway (CVR-41) one of operating in training and

pated in the hunt for the bodies the Navy'n largest aircraft carrier Is scheduled to arrive here ;May qualifying carrier pilots of Fleet Lucky Donator

at the request of Branford auth. 3. The sister! ship of the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Coral Air Jacksonville commanded by

orities were Raymond Devary, :Sea the hug flat top will operate offshore at Ma.vport for one Rear Adm. Calvin T. Durgin.

I SN, Clinton C. Holman, FN, R.i. j week for training- and qualifying carrier pilots of Fleet Air Jacknonville. The huge carrier, (CVB-411 will : In Society Drive

i i. L. Hall, civilian employee and The Midway Is too large to null up the St. John's river i operate between 50 and 75 miles
its here with
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Richard Matt SN who in the
was I Looking forward to moat
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I charge of the local crew. j jStarting i i'I : : pilots of Fleet Air Jax taking off successful campaign yet conduct
Civilian Luncheon Mars 1' from NAS in practice landings on
' : Marianas ed, representatives of the NavyRelief
their search at sunrise i I the carrier until Friday, when it I
'I final
April 23, the station time men, while descending Reduced In Price Delivers LoadThe is expected to leave these waters.I.CI' preparations Society for are making the Society'sfund :
one man at a I Ohlalnt
drive which will be
one attended the line one manned ] Effective Monday, May 2, the raining
have been
I Two LCI landing craft conducted at the Naval Air Sta-
the and the other civilian cafeteria will second huge Navy fly-
compressor kept begin serving
obtained from R. I., to
Newport tion from 4 until June 6.
ing boat to arrive here, the May
I contact with the diver, brought complete luncheons for :50 and ( and
Marianas Mars, has flown I transport personnel equipmentof A raffling of a new 1919 Chevrolet
I'_ up the body of Dr. Carver at 60 cents, cafeteria managers an the five carrier air sta-
I :i 1050. A member of the civilian nounced. back to the Pacific coast after groups will add stimulus to this
tion here, back and forth betweenthe
E j'1. diving team from Branford had > Serving of the'new luncheon delivering its load of 26 mem-1 I year's campaign. For each dol-
station and the
131 Midway.
I bers of Carrier Air Group lar contributed to the Society
located the of the
previously body will be begun on a trial basis with Commanded by Marcel E: A.
child Catherine Car- and 25,000 pounds of equip- drive the contributor will net one
two-year-old : continuance of the depending '
new plan Gouin, the Midway is the sister
ment. ticket for a chance at winningthe
ver. } on volume. The :50 and 60
I ship of the Franklin D. Rooseveltand
will be
Sister ship of the PhilippineMars new car which given
The body of Clarence Blalock cent luncheons, clearly illustratedon : the Coral Sea. Completed in ,
which flew here April : June 10.
operator of the boat, was re- j the daily menu, will include | November of 194., the big carrier away
13 with and of
men equipment
covered soon after the collision.! entree vegetables, bread and butter Ii has an overall\ length of 986 feet, i Eligible to participate in this
Air Group 13, the Marianas '
Mrs. Carver and a nurse were rescued coffee; or tea, soup and des has a beam of 136 feet and is ca- campaign are all military per-
landed last Friday In the St.
I after the boat overturned, I i sel t. able of 33 knots per hour. l (.oiitliiiied on Page 3))
I John's River off the seaplane --
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Combined Air PowerSimulated I ramp.Flying boats of the Mars'| I

class will be making weekly 100 Take I Initial Splash '

Jet Aerial AttackTo cross-country jaunts carryingmen I
and gear of Carrier Air
Group 13, formerly based at i At New Swimming SchoolDellignt

Feature Annual Air Show the Naval Air Station, San i

Diego, Calif. Air Group 13 becomes -.. -
to teach
I the fifth air group ofFleet ance of instructors provided by
A mock aerial attack featuring famous jet planes of I Air Jaiksonville. I and advanced swimming to 100 'the Red Cross, all of them qualified -
six-week iod, the
_ boys over a per
Fleet Air Jacksonville's Carrier Air Groups 1 and 17 will Jacksonville Navy Boys' Advanced life guards, the hiteimediate
the fourth annual Southeastern Air Show Saturday | i! group took the I initial splash, followed -
highlight CYO Being Formed | Swimming School got off to an 1 the senior class.
and Sunday at Craig field on Altantic boulevard, I auspicious beginning last Saturday by
The mock attack will demon- .- --- --- Plans are afoot to form a as 100 boys hit the water ini 1 On the agenda for SaturdaY'1isession

strate methods of dive bombing; TU will participate in joint dem- Catholic Youth Organization chap i I the first session at the Naval Air the second of six, will be
ter at the Naval Air Station with Instructions in basic arm and I leg
and strafing; as carried out in onstration of formation flying, Station's indoor pool.
the first meeting scheduled for Recommended for the trainingby strokes and breathing and buoyancy -
World War II, depicting how the similated carrier landings and exhibition -
coordinated use of dive bombers flying. | Wednesday May 4, at 2000 at St. city junior and senior high as taught by Red' Cross! instructor -
Edward's Chapel.All school coaches, the swimmerswere s Brure Qua reels Charles
and attack planes can neutralize The two Air Groups from Fleet '
an enemy airfield. The ten squadrons Air Jax, based at Cecil field, are single or married Navy per- divided Into two age groups Peoples, Paul Cohler, John Harrison -
from the two Air Groups composed of squadrons that won sonnel are invited to join the new of 50 each-the intermediate and J. W. Stroup Jody Strick-

I' Navy CYO. the senior Under the guidCOMING ,. land, and Olin Perdu
in the demonstrations (Continued on Page 3)) groups.
participating- ____h_____ ___ _____ ___ Pi ogress records will be kepton
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will also fly Navy Bearcats ,. ., ., hC.' ....w.n _'.c..c ,_, each swimmer throughout the I
(F8Fs) Corsairs (Fills), Avenger -
:J school. The first record established
'*, TBM), Banshees (F2Hs) :?
was posted by William Kemp,
ad Skyratders ( ADs). I
\ 16, of Lee High School who swamI
All flying brandies of the Arm- ;
the 50-meter course in 37 seconds.
ed Forces will take part in the r
I Plans for the school were laidb"
two-day aerial show, which aside
committee "
a special composed
from the mock attack will also
''of E. C. Wright, assistant man. :
feature tight flying formations, a
ager of the county chapter, Red
exhibits and
static a mass para-
Cross; L. L. Lucas, director of
chute jump by a team from the if
physical education, Duval I County
Fifth Rescue Squadron, MacDill j I >
field. The static exposition will\ : school: Nathan of recreation Mallison, Jacksonville superintendent 1

be open to the public at 9 a. m. on j : :
j : and Lcdr. Donald J. Jack, ,
Saturday and Sunday. ..,
Welfare and Recreation division
Naval Air Reserve TrainingUnit .:: ::
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based here, will join the t. .
Air Groups in participation NAR- j t} .. i
t, :;
: 1
: ... Minstrel Show

British j
For Hospital Men

Station VisitorJohn
Is N kt Approximately 350 patient and
cap v
Taylor, Minister of Trade ? staff members of the Naval Hospital

attached to the British Embassy, ..rea and NAS Dispensary will b son

Washington, D. C. and Comdr. A, hand to see the Shriner Minstrel r n

Brooks, Vice-Consul of the show presented by the Morocco .

e' sonvllle British Consulate Temple of Jacksonville at

ere visitors aboard the Air Station the Hospital Recreation Hall'
Tuesday, I Auditorium at 1945 Friday night r

Following a tour of the operating I Last night the patients were
area !of the base during entertained by the Veterans Hoa. =(

which time they were accompaniedby IN FOIl J.SDINONRTU't! landing signal officer, U. Theodore O. Kiiokenmler, pital Camp Shows presentationof

Lcdr. J. C. McCoy Assistant glees, the "('ut" signal to Kniign William K. Thompson piloting Grtiman torpedo bomtf'rv..ngt'r) "Vaudeville\ On Parade". The rr

Operations Officer, the two visitors during; low flying; carrier landing practice conducted here l*'.t wflHcnd by member of two "qu*
were luncheon guests of the com rom ,II' CVM1-3?. An Interested spectator Airing IM practice landing w n'apt.. Frederic W. Triett- I, been scheduled for several ..emi- .

manding officer, Capt. Alvin I. man, left, NAKTU commanding officer Choking plan .unib..r.*. cnU and wave off for llttckenmirrI" monthly performance at the Ntvl :1

MaUtrorn. 1'| (.t. (jq) Rapport| ( J. Smith, right V.k-5'U. AC'I .. I I I Ho..pihl. I


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ape Two JAX AIR NEWS 28 April 1949

Aid To Troubled Thanks Given II Clussified ullefin 8..1

Bulletins will be accepted only until space Is tilled, Call exr,
(Note,. : This l" the fourth In a seriex of articles outlining the Polio Aid
For ion SALK -" "
aim unit pur' !> *('* nf the Navy Relief Society\ which begins UN annual Child,tn'l playhouse formerly $150 fWO: ixhels: : extension 763 0x2.

appeal fur, funds May 4. This series, as well as lulling; with the An expression of appreciation toollle, 9.25. Phone 8754.
4t. (le Pl'ht'ad, ..
Davidson Pet
of the s.,Klctv Mill also make
muliins Navy personnel more
many to all Sixth Naval District
blue uniform, rut new. 185 feet condition Reasonable, R. L.
uwrtrf of the ", er\l k. rendered bv the Navy Relief Society\ )I. personnel- for the dslt: Iet'B par 11>8. 511. $19 lelephcW 11.61160. Oeoige, extension hll
A !r\lreman'N MessageThe ticipation in the "March of apiece living room suite, practically 1 Navy Relief Society is not a new thing to the "(lId men" of new $60 splice heater for 5 loom and healer Guaranteed perfect, J1..
Dimes campaign conducted
house. McDonald 4175 1A'nox't'. 575. Ixdr Ciommelln extension 4JO.,
the Na ,)'. In time of need or emergency it has stood behind the senutmen '- here recently, has been forwarded 1'MO Olds 4-door sedan Good condition :Sen BOQ

300' per cent by Basil O'Connor, $500 Cull Chief Gore, extension 1938 Plj mouth door *sedan Radio Roil
Men aboard this station who have received help when It was National 729 1008 Bailn St, NAS. heater Good lubber and pond paint
the Foundation
president of 6-plece maple living room art $"10. $3 5. J. t"', Nelen: FASRON 9, C".
needed are expected to play thier part in the coming: Navy Relief for Infantile Paralysis Maple bed spring and mil 11 1'1'1'25.' ell Field, extension 70,
drive for funds. This does not mean that they are expected to give The following letter hag been O M. Forrest Vt-41: 1444 Cumberland New Meiruiv convertible, $422 under
more than the men who have been fortunate enough not to need Navy received by the Commandantof Road. coat'artanty .In effwt 1112-A Fur.
One hand.WON'en Belgian uig 10x13. dolph St.. NAS. 01' see Bljlhe In
Belief assistance. It does mean that they should pass the word onto the Sixth Naval District P rkl'r. 1414.B Child St, l"AS. Hangar 115:

their shipmates as to the friendly and helpful attitude of the from Basil O'Connor: Indian 74-48 Roadmaxter Low mileage. Camping trailer and pickup tiuik,
Society in their respective cases "In the name of those whom Good condition Will feor\ tradeon Quirk sale for both 4334 McGlil

Navy Relief Society Is a non-profit Institution, operated solely l I the National Foundation for thla food Gallant car.. 1'f'll'lhonl'749.1.343 W. 5th St.. Dor- Blvd Phone deluxe 2.7684.spoil Hargrave.Chevrolet coupe Tuo

from contributions and investments Money which is collectedull be Infantile Paralysis! has been Thayer baby buggy Pracilcallv new. tone gray Late 1'MK model Hullo, ,
used to help worthy cases, and in the long run might even return able to help in their fight I $25. Mrs. Pant, extension 8U3: healer seat ('covets Excellent I'I'nll\|
house One and one.half baths. tlon Phone 2.7487.
to the conrtibutor many times mviltiphed I against polio, I wish to thank loom Completely Insulated Two ttieencdpoirhei 16' Inboard mahogany runabout Dot

Of course this organization has set rules and legulations Does I you and all the members of I 49.22 Dundee Road LakeShore &">. Ortega Station. Jan,

dour banker take money which you have invested with him and finance the Sixth Natal District for Phone 22353 It 'A ebb. snit HI-NT:

a new "sure catch mouse trap Navy Relief must alllo care- the generous! contribution to Two spring metal and single new Innervpilng bedi with mat coil Will share house with roviple. 34*>8

full)' watch the use of money entrusted to it, (seeing that the money the 1949 March of Dimes treKnen Reasonable I/egge 1515 Randolph St Slkes. 0-3198

goes to the right people at the right time! If Navy Relief had no pol- It is gratifying to know that James St Nicely tie 'Included furnished$12"i 7:'loom per house month, ulDU 3:115:

Kto' follow there would be no fairness in making loans and the I the members of the Armed 1942 Buick super nedanelle Good ft nlitIon Oak St Phone 8-0481 Mrs. Haulstn.
St. Phone
( Sears, "VMi Oak
money would be goneIn many Instances for non-essentials. : Forces appreciate the work of 2-3718. 3.loom efficiency apt. Reduced

It is the wish of Navy Relief that men aboard this station feel the National Foundation and Hollywood bed, full nlx.e Thompklns Patiklan Apis, Mis LJnnei rates;

that if they have legitimate troubles, or if there is an emergency ;( support it so whole-heartedly }l. L. 1214.A Hanoook, NAS. Phone Room Last with 21st Phone twin beds 5-'lW2 1 and kitchenpilvllfKes

with which they are not able to cope, the Jacksonville Auxiliary is "With my personal, thanks 8304 priced furniture. good Phone 24400 after lb:w.
leach and waiting to listen and offer assistance i and best wishes! I am sincerely Rl'UO""bhL'1\ In" loom bedioom con-I I 1011'1. L O MiCuller. ;%71 St Johns

.'_. ____ 1 hen and excellent Slmmont Av*,
joins 6 house Will lent 4 :5
room or rooms
I II BASIL, O'CONNOR. wood boat and bed motor.Phone Frank 428. Will Coghlan trade for to nice young couple. Kitchen pi 1\.

Control Unit I INSIDE President"! \ One Rlrli' bicycle. $10. One boy'i bicycle I lieges Phone 2-J674 Mis John Phikei '-
______ -- -.J $8. Both for $15. One pupae. I 4851 Appleton Axe
6-loom bungalow with sleeping pdrhes .
I $10 Two model airplanes with enftlne
PUBLIC WORKSAccording 3 bedrooms Av llable let c.f
N, Smith. AM2,
For Insects I Baptist Hospital Ion 611.$15.10. t'x'l'n.l May to October 1st Phone 2.2(18.
to the many billboards Shot gun new rendition 12 J, O. Richardson, :27:U Oak St.
model 12 WInchester : Hill shale house with couple Bessie
pump. J6"I
beautifying Jacksonville Fund Pledges I barrel Improved cylinder Dote. half I Houston Phone 8-2770 2601 Oak St.
RecognizedThe country side. spring is here! case shrill, $90. G. King, Phone :JIW76 : Furnished 3-room apt In WI'III'f'>"n..tt.
This must be true because road I 5418 lTid St. Mrs Summeis Phone'
Being Accepted 1437! door Plymouth, good conditionISUPBLY J8S78Trailer .
: are again in demand at
maps space Beautiful river' ticnt. ,
U. S Malaria -
first Navy lunch time as the weekend and I $12 per month 12 miles south t-t
and Mosquito Control Unit has vacation trips are plotted. If all Department representatives hA'ebet'n I NAS, Highway 17 C H, Ball, Cat,
been officially established at the named to accept pledge payments I Green Cove 4621
Naval Air Station under the man planned trips were laid end to for the Baptist Hospitalof bedroom bungalow. completely fur.
end they would probably reach to Jacksonville fund drive, it has ,r I nlshed with" elcnlilc kltrhen On
control of the Bureau
fcgement Reid St Emma VAelgand, In Ouange
Mars and back
f Medicine and according been announced b>' the Employee Park
(> Surgery,
to word received from the I I Odds and EndsHard luck Services Section of the Industrial ? SftUfES 4-room unfurnished apt. Rents lor
story of the week concerns Mildred Relations division. $.18: .V). 627 Edison Ave Riverside
Navy Department by Capt. Alvin Fowler She returned from a M Mrs E. t.. Heirlng Telephone 4-:V4K
I. Malstitm, commanding officer I These arrangements have been Room with connecting bath Kitchen
to California to a
of the station made for the convenience of sta. I privileges Convenient lo NAS.
: position in the Contract division, Phone 261W after 1700 Mrs E. O.
John Must has tlon due to the
Ledi M. MSC, employees apparent \\llllams, 4404
worked two days and caught hte I Beveily Ate
been designated as officer In is I inconvenient location of HEATING TilE liEAIMUXK 1 room In new home. convenient lo
Frances Theirs
charge of the new unit, and will mumps the Baptist Hospital building fund Lt 1 ljg) Paul O'Keefe and Ernie NAS. Cooking ptlv'lieges. After 1&3Q
unusually quiet this week,-has I call 2.65J7. Mil.'ollnll.. 4157 lx-
continue the woiK in this field i headquarters in Jacksonville,
laryngitis. Some of the boys wantto (the major) represented 'Ington/ St. .
which he has earned on since arriving know why their wife can't Department representatives to Supply last week in the westward Quit'rl"a" room near NAS. Coniln.uous .

aboard the station in August ever catch the same thing. Fire whom pledge payments may be Jaunt to Pensacola for a station bciuggj hot wall'Phflnfl J-J771.

1947 made include Julius DeR Quina, Inspection. They brought back
Chief Moran is being called Fireball Room with semi-pilvale bath Will
Dr. Hirst is well known throughout ", At the first sound of the Overhaul and Repair; Ralph T. several interesting innovations, I share rest of house Rosa lint Elbv,

Florida for his laboratory research station fire alarm he slaps his Mosely, Public Works, and Otis L some of which may be utilized lo- 2.1565. near NAS .
Will share, home, 5 house. ,,llh
in means of fighting the : Owens, Supply and Fiscal. Michael cally Incidentally, "Jumbo"RO
white cap on, takes off like a use of kitchen av tlat>le lo (' UJ'I..
mosquito of which there are 70 jet plane, whether in the middle j Cascone, Employee Services, In-
described species in Florida alone. conference conversation or dustrial Relations division, willaC't'pt the expensive side Recently whenhe Ave
of a ,
He was recently elected the -room house, IUI nlsh"l. ('c.rnf'rtilli:
vice-piesi payments from employeesin fell on a family opponent,
chow. Wonder if he works that and Acosta near Atlantic Blvd Fh.Mis .
dent of the Florida AntiMosquito I' missus suffered broken toe I
to get out at night too ether departments which haveno a Graham 93413
association, which held its 20th representatives! Art Fialeys son, Junior by name, 6.loom apt 3 bedrooms furnished,
annual meeting at Mount E. L, Griffin PW Master aside from very ably holding down $'*r). Peoples, Phone 2'b7!7.
Duplicate copies of pledge no-
: chanic, is sporting a new lit.i.r
Iota and \
was guest speaker on the second sack on the Supply
Me.1 tices will be furnished and employees -
the subject of modern contl'olmt' i Alyce Taylor has the new softball team, is known a* Thrush Will trade teglsteied Cocker Spaniel
hair cut nad on her it's very desiring to make payment with excellent pedigree, for sewing
before the Audubon Society I
llIUlel demand
and is in
It isn't as short as Comdr. s may do so by contacting the representative Fraley machine or will sell tog ,.utllJ Sunday at Orange Park of his department as soloist In weddings, funerals, Helen Hill extension 21'I, :JTM Scuth-
I j yet . Olive Magnolia Fleming and the Towne Pumr aide EilatesRld .
.- -- is learning the Contract business ---- "i' wanted. door Chrysler >*riar.
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I, from Cleve Loveland as she subs burning and a hot re-tread. I Katherine Crooks has turned inventor From McDuff A JA'nox: HouI I d)

for Mildred Fowler Herbert Corse and Lecj Combs I and is getting several interested to 1600 Roy Jay met. Public Works
I Double desk extension 325.:
J. E. mixes his own enjoyed their trip to NAS Pl'nlla.1 nibbles from companieswho
I IHt're's Murphy Rldl"lanlt"d.. riom > l<'lnlty( of 5
pipe tobacco, one-quarter of an cola last week but were glad to want to put her latest a I Points. Miss Tennlnglon<: extrnylcn
a timely expression on aromatic kind, one-half of a good return home. For the short I curtain threader on the 650 HnuiS 0800' to 1630
the return of Job Sheets, poetically i J.I(I Norma Nix spends mllket'l I ,
basic tobacco and one-quarter of time he has been here, Eugene
furnished\ by Ernest C. I downat
I sat
She when
I I ''some star strange concoction of Peltier new Public Works officerhas time knitting sweaters laughed
.Fountain of the Receiving SecI I his own. The aroma is somewhatof certainly absorbed this department from the looks of them, must be the piano, but she got scared as

lion, Supply Department I a cross between a pine-knot he knows its details for a model Salvatore Dali or hell when I moved to the davenport -

her two-headed brother Nixs .
A huddle of menU : ..,. .: .
> <1 blocked the aisle, '::4 -- -- kmttin ain't flttin. Norma is the
With fares stern "t: :F" :wf<' excited owner of a new auto or Also. in the mall bag comes". the
>id not smile. <>! "How woman
hopes to be by the time you read query: can a young
"N(.M' look" said one '".y.. this keep her youth"'

"I ,got s two ,., The condolencesto Thats an easy one Don't Intro-
W It h departments)
mv expenstIt
duce hint to other girls YehT
\ II never do: Jane Dinmore who recently lost

The ether replied her father Rita JoC'hum'ls on
with quite t frown, the kind of diet you dream about. 'Did your say you knew' Alt ?"'

"I should\ fto upAnd y 4 +#w' ,sot v. o a Her doctor has prescribed a beera "Art who""Artesian
not rime
,1R' I.s I.t' I. day as a recuperative measure ." -

lot a five Supply won its second official Oh yes, I know Artesian well."

i And They pot(': .three t do that game last Monday night by the I I

><,. not lo me" I close margin of 4 to 2. The next

"I .think I I'll state a official fracas is next Wednesday Openings Listed .

Just ROM I 11",1. night at the Southside diamond.

And send It buck" The first game is with McGinnis' In Civil ServiceThe
With my apfeal Service Station. The McGinnis hel'f'I I

j" I had to smile is Milton whom of well '
many you U. Civil Service
Just ('ouldn t refrain.They Board of S.
I. lost their seats remmeber from the Storehouseand Examiners for the Naval Air .
On the ( 'Train Control Branch "
Station has announced applications

----- -- Schedules for Supply games are will be accepted until May j

v posted on various bulletin boards. I 17 for an open competitive examInation j
4 iLS. "y L Poet Ernest Fountain in Receiving -
for probational (peimanentl S
Jax Air News I 4 \ has whipped out a little 12 appointment to the portions ,

Editorial Offices line couplet on "The Job Sheets of Aviation Pattern Maker with '

South Wing, Lower VeckIUdX which is getting a wide distribution : pay ranging from $3,265.60 to .

All quiet on the pyramid $3, 16.20 per annum and Aircraft j
fHOTelephone :
front x Fabric Workers from J2, '
II, lltney, Editor 329 60 to $2, 79.20 per annum

bas Imnrti, AIM.. staff filers Not New NuggetsATTENTION applications for the assembled! ,

The JAX AIR NEWS 'Is published Miscellaneous Office :Machine
i weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Sta. BLESSED I I Operators examination from grade
/ tlon Jacksonville, Florida, and pilntMl EVENT-ERS: You may be'' ,
a, commeiclally with sppiopilateo CAF 1to7.Appllcants, -
funds tt no expense lo the government doubly blessed if you will come I leaning to competein
rind in compliance with SecNav Circular In early to take advantage of
Litter 45-1918 dated 12 December 1945.COpl1' ae our newest and most .extensive' ,I Pattern Maker and Fabric
are distributed free of charge Workers examination should ]
a.t the Naval Air Station, the Naval assortment of "lnfant-iteai- applications form :W01-ABC, t.
Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Aux mals toddlers clothing and ,
lllary Air Station Cecil Field and the the largest collection of toys and 60 with the Recorder,

U. S. Naval Hospital MILITARY rillFFS AT KEY WEST The Joint ('hlf>h of we have ever had to offer I: of Civil Service Examiners, Build
General I). EII C'nho".r ing 450), prior to the closing date
consultation with Dwight
..3 The JAX AIR NEWS U a member of Staff, Ailed for a i The Not New Shop is in theBobby :
the Ships Editorial: I I Association and President Truman's temporary head of the Joint ('hl..fI of Shop, building 913. Open Form I"iOOO-AB only wll be filed

r the Aimed Forces Prts Service 1 Staff commltlee, are shown as they arrived at the Naval Air su- every Tuesday and Thursday for the Office! Machine! Opeiatois.

sources Ijortuctlon must(,bear f material a credit line.from Rf'(> thin, Key W'..".. H*., scene of the recent conference. Alighting arc, from 1000 until 1400 Please Additional information and

f' licatlon of ether matter except Re'l left to right, Adm. Ixxiift Ilenh if.ld. Chief of Natal Operation; (:ru. note-she.p cones ilt 12(>0, Tuesday necessary forms may be obtaired

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I Sports Quiz I

, .I Station Cagers
1. In golf what is: (a) birdie" ; I

to" an eagle

: r 'k 2. How old art the horses In 'Honored At FeteMembers

; {,nI : the Kentucky Derby ? I

", I 3. What port is the site of the of the Jax.N8IInc!

, : 1' annual Har\8rd.Yale Crew race ? i WAVE basketball teams were

' t I 4. In prize fighting, what U the honored for their fine past ea-
: : i ( / maximum weight allowed for a Ron's performance at the annual

: 1 It e j heavyweight ? banquet last Thursday at the

, r 5. Who is called the "Fatherof American Legion hall on Lakeshore -
Baseball ?" boulevard.'
g Hlghlightlnj the evening's activities -
: 'Xopdqnoi| jauqy -5uiniuixviu was the presentation of

; ? ; f2a ou "I| OIJOI4.L't lettered-sweaters to members' of
1 ,t 4 'uuoa: 'uopuO'J MaH 'J: I both squads, presented by Capt.
pjo 1JBa4C aaJ4.L 'Z Alvin Malstrom, NAS commanding -

'J'8d Jpun i officer, who congratulatedeach
'. OM} 'f al8|! >ta us :J1Id j"pun auo player Individually for excellent

I, ul) p".hld OIlo1( { v III| 9pjq| | y '1 performances on the hardwood -
+ L rr during the past campaign.In .

Old Inmates at a Canadian penitentiary token of appreciation for his

//i; ''.' demanded segregation, fine work, Coach George Boer-
1"' claiming: that the place la contaminated ner was presented with a travell
by "modern toughs." I ing bag by team members, while
It seems that spurt of early war- manager Bill Crane was also
time juvenile delinquency hag left I given a gift for his efforts.
its mark
I Red Doll, guard/ on the 1948-49

.-_ pm__ ____...m.__,,_ I I I cage: squad was chosen most valuable -
player and honorary captainof

last year's team, Southern

CLIMAX-Pot.: Fleet Air champs, Leading scorer
of the local combine Doll compiled -
hunlHftml during the 1048-49 a total of 340 points in 28

rjtmpalgn, member of the Jax games.
S.* La
Navy and \VAVK baiketlwllnqtiiulw During the past campaign the

'" were' honored' at a banquet Jax-Navy aggregation ra<'k..dIP
IIIJllt week Shown In the' 21 victories against eight defeats -

lettered sweater they receivedre against top-notch opposition,
. ; are members of the JII -Na"y while the WAVES, who have not
wigs combine, (top) front rows lost to a service team In six

:{ : left to right, manager Hill years, finished with an enviable
*! Crane', Hay Hale, Ace Wool- slate of 20 wins and five losses

h. I bright, Joe' Flnley Carl Wheeler .
If ,.. and John Caesar. Hack row
' left to right Harry Epperson

I ,: David Doll, Paul King. Ion
r.'" rhrUtemen, 1'aul .'..tty; Adrian HospitalChatter '

, Hack Bob Baer and coh
George o.rnt'r. In the bottom : j

photo, minim their basketball' 1 I

attire', are "'A\11: team members

front row, left' to right,
Barbara Earp. Eleanor $tahl. A fine talent !show! is in the

;, bunch, Midge Bryant, Hack row making for the night of May 2 in
: left to right, Margaret' Peter-' the Red Cross Recreation Hal)

1!*aoe, Ellen. Metier.' Ruth LeVere' ', Entertainment is to be providedby
'Fun Free' and Shirley Mone-r. Mrs. Cook's'arlt'ly show

;Winning from the picture are S Here's a real treat in store for alL
Winnie' Jones, Ellen I>uncan.Margaret < They're off! They'refinished!

Jones, and Eleanor r i Quick race. It'll be Derby nightin
Foley. the Recreation Hall Thursday
night, May 5 at 1930. Come and
see "Seabiscuit" make his return
-- -
r engagement before his retirement

Weekend Navy Wives' Club The stage show "Shrine Min
strels" is set for Friday evening
Bingo April 29 at 1945 in the auditorium.

Everyone la invited and the ad.)
Notes Another in a series of Thurs
WincfTa/l( day Bingo games sponsored by mission Is free.Occupational.

room SALTYHUMORFROM the Navy Wives' Club is on tap 1 Therapy The
tonight at the club's headquarterson beach season is in full swing now.
HERE AND THERE Ellison street Dewey Park. For proof of this come in and seethe

'f Part of the proret'ds'from the latest creations In beach robes

NARTUYPlttL 1 Marital experts, predict that Thursday Bingo affairs which made by W. W. Blanch, MMC Its
2000 the spacious enough for two or three
there will be fewer divorces among commence at go: to Navy
Wives' club Nursery at the Man people to lie and sun on and its
and YAML' former servicemen' i itrailers.
Harvey JJ i sacola., now living
lion.I comfortable The fabric for a
Lush SR, VA52L and Robert E. We have received word that the No room for argument.Baker's '
I a. striped beach bag is also beingwoven
Jlalet, AA YF52L. have i'ubmith'dJt'qUl' Air Group will not take its annual I I i on one of the looms.'hat
tll for training in the Re- I cruise aboard cruiser this
a I would like to make for the
I I Info On Bus Trip you
t-erve Oficers Candidate S('hoo) at summer It is hoped that we will Jane used to help her poor old | beach ?
:Newport, R. I. Both requests were be one of the groups selected for Dad Can Be Gotten Here
latest fad is ceramics. Ashtrays
forwarded recommending appro this training next year. There is But now' it isn't so-
an outside chance of getting : Instead of kneading dough for Navy personnel' planning bus jewelry all plaques and other
val.This training is offered each aboard an east coast carrier this 1 Dad I trips can save time by contacting I items are being made out c
summer for six weeks and a candidate summer. She's kneading Dad for dough. the Greyhound Bus agency at the : plain clay baked and then glazed

must complete two summers | Each organized squadron in the station for information' and tickets : in bright colors' ,

works, He must receive the l Naval Air' Reserve Training com- .
'Daddy, don't they ever give ,
:recommendation of the commanding amnd is assinged a quota of two sho'wers for the ?" I Located in building 39 the agency I
officer at the school prior to NAVcads to be recruited\ and enrolled "No There will be storms managed by Kenneth Hysler. Simulatedi
eon. !!
lecetving his commission in the by the squadron during the I 'Is opened from 0830 until 1700
after the bride to
enough begins&:
:Naval Reserve. Interested candidates present calendar year. CNAResTra reign." Monday through Friday. Phone i I ( from Page 1))
are advised to contact has designated each naval I! number' is extension 8113.: '!:
much praise!! during the war. With
Comdr. Francis\ Schraderm senior aviator in an organized squadron
I i Comdr. William F. Bungle in command -
1 Irate Citizen: % 'h' did you tax
type training officer.Examinations RI a "pilot-recruiter" and has instructed I
Carrier Air Group 1 will
me $8.00 for my goat ? New
will be held for them to invite Interested
Tax Adjuster: "Well, keep' him carry out the mock aerial attackon
all the drill weekend younj men to join, them for a <(I
pilots during out .of the sti ff't.' The law says, l (Continued from Page 1)) Saturday afternoon. The demonstration -
May 28-20. These examinations regularly scheduled week end !! will be repeated Sunday -
'For private possessions boundingand sonnel stationed and civilian pei'sonnel
in connection with the !drill In order that prospective enrollees -
are afternoon Air 17
I a-butting on public property' employed at the Naval Air by Group .,
:Noel Davis Award and must betaken | may receive a first hand
commanded by Bruce S. Weber.
$2.00 a running foot'. Station NAAS Cecil Field, and
during the month of May. I' picture of naval aviation in action. all attached Fleet Air Groups and I!| Air Group 17 embraces the
unable the when Comdr. Edward S, Gwathmey
If to take exam \
1 Two small activities in the Green Cove J first jet-equipped Navy squaclionon .
boys proved that I
scheduled contact l- Springs!! area. i j the East coast and took part
humans are always out to
Lloyd G. Barnard for another date. presented' Lt. Richard D. Gatlin gt't8omt'thing 'I
'I for Funds raised during the drive in the recent Fleet maneuvers.Air .
'a gold star in lieu of his sixth nothing.
The Air is
Group participating
make it possible for continued' Group 1 has recently returned
i Boy: old man's a doctor,
in Air air medal. The ( "My I
the' Show at the Charleston t'Il'mony811 performed
of the local from a five months l'oundthf'
go I can be sick for operation auxiliaryin
at the 1300 muster onSaturday
S. C. Azalea Festival this
I assisting,: Navy men and women world cruise aboard the cat tier
| "My a
week-end NARTU will participate April 23. IV i
who in need of financial aid. USS Franklin D. Rooae\'elt.
'1 l Inter I be are
80 for not h.
ran good
in the Southeastern Air !! A. 2L. was glad to have Lt. .. .
---- -- ------ -
Show at Craig Field next week end. Several pilots from the Air again this week-end. He can only I
s Group will be in the formation. attend one week-end quarter with Notes from the Post Philosopher t

Lcdr. Lloyd G Barnard, type I the squadron. ACI officers : j. I
training officer for VF and the meet on different week-ends each' The mortem girl would rather ,
Air Group, has just re-qualified month and coordinate ACI intoa have beauty' than bruins because

for carrier operations and has acquired working: team. Congratula. i' the average man can see better'
all the latest dope on flat I tlons to Lawrence Tison ADE1 than he can think. MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

tops while on CVI. Cabot at Pen- VF52L who recently became the Motlr: \\1'1'1..1")1'-1'730 and !\\Hk.C'nlhl-J4S0 and 2MMI.
.--- proud father of an 8-pound 15 '< Rastus: Say Sambo what time TIII'KSIVAY' !

ounce baby girl Laurie Lynn. in your life does yo think yo' was "RIDERS OF WHISTLING PINES", starring. Gene Autry and
1 100 Prlots in VA-521: report excellent scared de Wust ? Jim Lloyd.

results on their night | Samba Once when ah wuz call- I FitIUAV"BIG

(Conttiiueil from 1'Mgv i 1) bombing: hops held' April 23. Pilots in 'on a hcn-hou.se an' de farmer JACK", featuring Wallace Berryand Marjorie Main.

director at NAS. making up the flight included come in and caught me. Boy, !o\. 1'11HnAANn Sl'NDAY

A 'gala celebration' 1tI plannedfor < Lt (jg ) Kenneth U. Hoi ton; wuz ah "('81 ed. "FLAMINGO ROAD", with Joan Crawford and Zachry Scott
the final session at which time Ensign George B. Tripp; Ensign I Rastus: How are you shufth dat MONDAY

there will be a Swim Ballet stagedby Thomas A Larkin; Ensign William w tiz de worstest yo evah been "BLONDIE'S BIG DEAL, starling Penny Singleton and Arthur
members of the Junior Red SchicJcler; Lt. (Cjg) Stanley M, scared ? Lake.

Cross, and exhibition swimmingand Conley; Ensign Avon J, Peacock ; I Sambo: 'Cause de farmer grab TTKSMAY:! ANn WRHNKSHAY

diving by mjtiatli- experts <>t Lt, (jg) John P. Crane and Ensign me by de shoulder an' say, "White I "PORTRAIT OF JENNY", featuring Jennifer Jones and Jweh
the vicinity. / Ueorfe C Peebles. troy> whut yo' (cloin beah ?" I Cottn.l .

Four JAX AIR NEWS 28 April 1949


Dispensary Crew' ." .. .. Jax Beats Flu. Southern

Drubs ,

Bowling SquadronFor Title I Slopped By Tar HeelsJax _

Navy's diamondeers split in then two contests this/ :
Dispensary. bowling k
hlgh-powel'l -
I past week shading the Florida Southern nine :5-1 at the

: segregation compiled a rec f J I local park last Wednesday, and then dropping a 1 ()bieaklng total of 2589 pins s I to the University of North Carolina Tar Heels at
against VF-81 on the white hat '
I Chapel Hill, N C ", :Monday,
lanes last week to capture the _, ._ __ _
i The NAS horsehiders '
] 919 station enlisted bowling ry Moore's sacrifice The Navy
on the road this w..ek-i
championship The losers totaled 11: I Florida Southern at La I chucker romped home with the
2307 pins.. in the three game set. I : Friday and Saturday, then winning tally nil: utes' later on
I Florida bobble am an intieli\
The home to meet Green Cove
Dispensary crew gained
by Chuck Webb to enl tin
their berth in the finals when j Monday and the ,
they came out on top in tip first Florida Fiosh, Wednesday. I IPool
round of bowling which was completed I, home games will start at I
in March, while \.F.81 I: fld1mL It will be the first clash Indoor Closed
team went into the last round by Jax Navy.Green Cove
Winning the second half season. The local outfit
j For Summer
Behind the capable kegling of I' after its second win
Joe Glawocki, Louis Novak and t Florida Fro"h, The ical Training- ant
Paul King, the Dispensary squad TAR IIH-I: 1'.AKI-: 1.1', Recreation department announced -
took all three matches with 922, With one away In the this 'week that the Indoor
83*>. and 832 pin total. while the stanza, >;d Goodman, Tar Pool has been secured for rec .
VF-81 team managed to gainer fielder, greeted Jax: hurler National swimming. Three outdoor
840, 770 and 69" pins in the triple I, Becker with a lusty tiicuit pools, Mainside, Chief
defeat to start the ball tolling and the WAVES pool, are now

(.I..%\V ;ing on two free passes, a .
Ola woe'ki wan leading pmman local errors and a brace of
in the match with a "'62 series total was John Goodeng cue to All personnel will be responsible
for an average of 187. Novak Becker for the actions of their ,dependents -

finished with a 55" count and a ,.'T..,,,!,, ",'. Jax Navy batsmen ) when visiting: the pools
]8*> average for three games while 1.41.I IKs FIRST RUN-Breaking a 4-4 deadlock with the HoridA back in the 5ih with a In order to keep unauthorized
King: keeled over 547 sticks for a Southern Moss<< Jug-Navy's dl..molld..r'" based across, thewinning eruption on two walks and persons form entering the swim-
]82 average Bill Tippet and Cecil marker In the final trans to win \.., hick Nelson, N ,is softies but were cut ing areas, all personnel will
Grant. who completed the Dispensary outfielder, crosses the plate with the first, run of a two-run rally Herb Gaston, who forced the be required to show their I. D,
five, each' registered 544 and In the second Inning, With the mask, and mitt I 111I southern John three Jaxmen to DOD out Cards Dependents must show
382 pins respectively <>rH'n. Jax Scores f-urly: passes to gain admittance
I .
Tippet took single game honor In their best performance
by bowling a neat 2U: while Novak season, the Jax-Nayy
was second with 1M: and King Grego Duo Tops Local Golfers Trim eers put together nine hits Top Jax NetmenTo

next in line with a single game intillatlng fielding to
tally of 209. High for the I losers Club Links PlayTony Cherry Point 207NAS 5-4 win over Honda Appear Here

was Jim Lynch with 191 pins I Mason Field last WednesdayOn .
I and Joy Grego chalked team chalked its Jimmy Wiltshire and DiikClar-
upa golf up the mound linger Bob
Other members of the championship .
team include low gross store of 81 to gain second victory of the season by er garnered his initial: win ) two of Jacksonville lIla
Dispenserv honors 11the mixed two-ball tennis players, will 4[II'
the Cherry Point Marines ,
defeating ,
fanning seven and
Bob! Gurney, Ray O I onnell, Jean
fouisome tourney staged by the 20.;, at Cherry Point, NC seven free passes Becker here in exhibition matches
Kirsch, Junior Bieiend and BobHubbard.
Officers Wives' Golf Club last last week. The locals will play crossed the plate with the 1'1'0 lil/lsl the finalists" of the all

I Sunday on the local links host to Stetson University' on tally in the home half of the lion tournament, George Clial-
,! Carl and Phyllis Dumbauld and the NAS links Saturday. anto and Owen Williams, Friday:
at the Ships Service
Torn and Boots Ellison were dead Local) divot.digger Erwin: Scott The locals jumped to the
Glovers Win locked for the runner'up spot behind took low medalist honors in the \ :th a 2.0 count in the
the Grego duo. Cherry Point encounter with a frame when outfielder RUSH'! Wiltshire is an up and coming
Taking low net honors' in the neat 73 The match marked finis: drove Nelson and Crane- professional I, wh, has i
At Charleston Clam A di\',ision with a 71 were to S<'otts successful stint as a with a triple into deep c future, seconding to Oivn
Carl( and Phyllis Dumbauld, yhile[ top.notch golfer' here at NAS He Both Crane and Nelson had star Fred Penv He teamed
the Brine and >'uz Weber were run is leaving for duty at NAS Norfolk ed base on consecutive singlesJax Clarhon. Ponte Vedr Cun.
banners l.eatht'l'-plishel'lI of Jax.Navy carrying registeiedthree nm'up. In the Class B division within the next week .Navv's batters got Club Mt'll's champ, to take
wins while dropping three Bill and Cathy Thorpe posted low Tony Grefio and Scott played another, pair in the third '-up honors in the Jackson
decisions the first session of gross:: with Bob and Hazel\ Link, In the So. 1 team spot last a brace of singles and a doubles tourney
Sam and Kirk Horton and Don week against the marines to garner nnsdie Crane and Nelson Hollowing singles, matches: her.!.
the Southeastern Navy boxing .
tournament and Loietta Jar ka all finishing 71 v points to their oppo- into then second bingles of .. \\ duo will
now in progress atCharleston .
in a tie for second place The tient Jlv Doc Henderson and with Nelson scoring when l'r'O"scollrt action' with
three" couples\ also! tied for low \niil Furry picked up 5'':. out ofa stop Bill Rogers reached VAS pair, Chalmers aril Wil
Copping vii tOI iell ,
were light
net possible nine points for the an error and Crane '
heavyweight Pat Patterson who Winners of the weekly Wives locals and Bob Iheil and Jack over as Roper was thrown --
stored tir&l round TKO over Club tourney played Friday were II Piva took the third match for at second on an attempted
Frank Jackson of Camp LeJeune, Cathy Thorpe, Isabel\ Minter, and Jax Navv with 7 pOInts. Msltorsf\ lilt Aggregation
S. C.: Glover Cameron, middleweight :Marge Bet.ker'. -- Honda exploded In its Florida U.
who decisioned DickShort II
--S.e- the fifth to knot the score,
of NAS Memphis: and ( ollrge Park, ''''I. ( .VI.'ft: ) -- linksmen SoughtAll by virtue of a walk and four Jax-Navy's tennis squad will r'''.
George Mills, winner on decisionover The University of Maryland football hits Becker fanned the next n to arson next Wednesliy
Dick lotowlkl of Atlantic' team will\ Invade baseballs golfers Interested in trying ter and handled two assists, to they, meet the University '>(
.. .
Reserve He
tlightweight domain to play three games in out for berths on the Air Station out the tire without added netmen at Gainesville

Dick Riley, featherweight Griffith Stadium, Washington, this team ate asked to attend the age The following Sunday, May 3,
Eddie Martin and heavy corning seison! : The leips will practice session on Ui. )local links The game quieted down locals will play host to Fglm
Shirley Hawkins, failed to survive play host to West Virginia and! this afternoon at 1600. 01 call' the eighth when Nelan\ (' '., .
the first night's program, all South Carolina' and, will be hosted lack Harvey at extension 81">7, to deep right centettiell to With six games under their
dropping decisions by George Washington University during working hours ,dawn a driving si ish with a the NAS wielders expect: t.>
-- i Ing catch. Hip Buchanan. a the earlier defeat when
Picking Up SpeedMarines I comer, second sacker, in the come to grips with the ol-
Navy lineup made a boys next week ,
catch of a popper along the -- -
I And CPOs Move Into Early LeadIn base foul line to open the What with that br'lllj'/h: '
half of the ninth that plays for hours
Becker led off the home record changes, Img-
Torrid Intra-Mural Softball CompetitionSix o1 the last lanza by .. disc Jockeys can tow tk-
flee pass, and t ok seco i on another job.

Intra-mural softball nines
sport undefeated records a(tel' a three Innings Monday to gain hits. Jim Looney accounted for a
y second week of competition in credit for a 13 S win over the V>'. three-bagger and double to lend v

the all.station Softball tournament 131 nine the winners to victory while Roscoe 4 .p.AL .
now underway 1-ive National Chalking up their second victory Griggs hit a home run tor c
loop clubs and four American VU defeated Dispensary the loaeiM
league squads survived the first 11-4: on Diamond ::''h, 3 early this I KenerteHlii

week without a loss. week with VU hurler Tom Hen- i Mack Murray went full seven t
Setting a hot pace in the Amer- deison giving up only two hits to innings for' NARTU, hurling the "
1 ican League are the Marines and : the "Medicine Men", Reserves to a .5.1 vh tory over *MNry ,' ZiL i
the Chief Petty Officers each In other contests Monday Vi"- Supply VF.43 also triumphed by
with three victories to their credit 42 topped the Photo lab, 11.2; trouncing>> VF: .81 in an 18.7 affair :1ei
V44 and VU are next in line and VA-44 copped a 12-7 win : i
with two victories each VA.44 received from VA-8! Ordnance and Gunnery In the National loop last Wednesday .v
a bye during the first day ,I won on a forfeit from VF- Com>'alr took an 186 'ti' v ac
of competition while VU took a n victory over the Photo Lab: VU
forfeit from ComFau early last In the National League last downed VF. 12, 12.:%: Chief Petty ..
week Thuisday. Hospital downed Over- Officers whipped Dispensary. 5.1 : ifZ:, J r
At present, three squadrons haul and Repair JOHarry VA-85 trounced V".J3J in an 18 : : '
are the leading contenders for White, Hospitals leading moundsman 6 tilt: Marines downed VF ,45 5-2, : {
National league honors with VF- pitched no.hit ball for three ; for their second win: and VA.4J :"'it::"" ; :f Jo\i\
82, VP-133 and VF-43 sharing the innings then turned over the hurl shut out Ordnance and Gunnery 'r ''''
front spot with two victories each ing duties to Bob Ninutz who held 7-0. I :
KASRON Six and Hospital also the losers to five runs White was The preceding Tuesday, five\ ('OflI -
have perfect slates but have only credited with the win. I tests were played in the American
one victory to their relit, each Ken Werner VF-82 pitchingace League. KASRON Six: took a 1
having gained a bye In the first held VF.II sluggers to three thriller from the Police. 3.J : VF82 .
week of hostilities I hits in given innings to win a humbled Supply, M6; VFIl .
SMU: .IKV: uiwr WIN i!I! close 6-5 tilt. 7railing 3 to 4 after I took a clone 5-. battle from NAR. J
The Chief Petty Officers chalked six innings VF( .Bi opened the TU: V".t3 drubbed VF-m in a !
I' up their third consecutive victory seventh with two men drawing will: 18.2 ffaaii; and, VF.113: triumphed -
Monday when they toppled walks. to score later on a double over VF 81 by 4 1J.o MHTHUL KACK: IFNDHCtt-.t flip| (I f the coin to II.! -
I cide the home leant, officially opened IM 1949 lotru-mural softball .
Com Fair', 15 3, Larry Smelley by Jim Gouge I tally I
turned in a brilliant\ mounj performance VF.133 softballeis put togethera I Six: diamonds are now In com, chase with the :Marines. and %',A 8f! >> sqiitul lulling In 1M
for the CPOs, allowing I triple four doubles and two mission with the Ordnance and initial fruy Conferring:, left t., right, are umpire nil! Kydklrh; F'i-:
only one safety in seven frames | singles to take a 9-4 tilt from VA- : Gunnery Held on Child Street near I win (ilast. captain. and oortoli of the Marisa team; red M(-( ulltn,
Daryl "Dumpy"' Shaw, Miilnbutler U!). Fred Johnson went all the Swan Road on next week' : scha.luld. captain .)( lire \ A.HI liewAM.I (hief *:( \',\ .'!5U

', allowed only\ four hits. in ty for 1J:{, allowing only five I Th" Marine look (lire lid tiller, II.::1.Page .