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: May 5, 1949
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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NAS Historic Trans-AtlanticFli Sunday




Vol 7-No.5 5 May 1949

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

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EH Huge Air Show Set

4 > For Station Sunday

A huge air show featuring aerial maneuveis bv planes and pilots based aboard the

Naval Air Station, plus* a static exhibition of aircraft and equipment, will be staged lucre

Sunday afternoon in conuneinoiation of the :liotli) anniversary of the first tians-Atlantio

} plane ilight.New .

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the u
-- ---- Open! to general public

two-hour piojiam, which gets under -
I I Two-Week Drive
n..1.I.-\J.l :-t\II-'I"-\a\8'::, :' Air :Mall..11 ('ommaiuhii Ofli<'.>r York Visit way at 1400 vill '>e divided

('a)pl.h'lli( I. .MrtMioni right, i>(lll\<-lallv opened| the :Navy' Ielirf rind into two paii AA general" tour of

I Brine litrtultli I the first ',>nti'ilxiUon accreted| liy II (IJ.-I. ) sum II. Nets $150 Profit th station will be conducted during Set To EncourageBond
JJrewer member of the fund luUhig ontmlltee The donation also the first hour'. ollowed by the

.-nl II It-H I the omtrlhiitor to u <'lit iice on the ne'" 1919 ( 'tic\r..lel luIM For Local I ManAt I second portion highlighted by the
raffled. l h.v the :Navy Kelief Society. : aerial display The spectators Purchasers
least one fellow\ is lucky stand will be looted In the area
enough to j/0 to New Yolk and west of hanger 117.
Carrier USS come back with more money I Bus tian.spoi ition will be pro- An intensive two-week savings
.Midway than he left with, $lf>0 mole I vided to the scene of action fioinI Lund Campaign to be held in ronjuni -
'lion with the nation wide
lo be exact I I the gate. while a special pal kingspace Dnve will be
Opportunity ion-
I.t. (jgi Richard It. Allen. for visitors has been aiI "-
dueled the :Naval Air Station
Naval A II' Hrs 'tve Training '.nged near' the a lea,
In Midst Of Troining ; Unit' und Material Of- during the peiiod fioni May 10 to
t Supply: "'
titer got 'his\ 1150 for his ef- in'> i 1 ic .Kiir i,, May 30, with Lcdr Flank J, Hill,
Included on the committee making 'i tivity savings bond ol fleet'. directing -
(Carrie pilots of Fleet An Jacksonville are 'now in then i tor'IK on the. 'adio while p..ogl'lIm"Blluk "in plans fur the mammoth cele- the local drive.
th Bank, i iI
third of bra lion alt :.t. Col. Alba L. Nor- Efforts will be pressed: to encourage -
day practice landing's and takeol horn the Navv's I New Yon < with 1-idr Kenneth
to. !Ltd. James C Ltdr,
i McCoy.
: huge carrier 1 SS ::Midway which arrived off the Mavpoit V, Kppeit: NAKTU administrative .- Joseph Demettee. Lt Noma P. and every civilian officer employee. enlistedman of the

area earl Tuesday moming for a four-day training opeiation assistant. The I Held and Ensign Bert H Miles Navy and Marine Corps' not pmtlcipating -
two weie selected by the Chief
Sundays celebration i in observance in 'one ot the regular:
I I ot Naval Air eseive Training -
'l'htI5IJUOIUI1 caiiier. whith Jacksonville will exercise opera.tiunal to aid in t'.1" Lo ""lil's In- of the 30th anniversary Navy bond urthaaes, to enroll'
n ade Its appearance about dawn control ot the operations off dlOIl of N .VS New York of the (fiat tuns-Atlantic flight. on a voluntary basis
Tuesday is operating b'j to 100 the coast coordinating aircraft mid while- there' took in the I one ot the most: Ii i iituant flightsin The Navy department has been
miles oft coast with more than and ship movements I radio shiw.While, hUtoiy/ It was on May! 8. 1919 a leader in the savings bond program
1.000 landings to be made on its I Pilots tx-grr making landings on I I in New York Lt Allen thai the tine/ seaplanes took off since 19-11! and today approximately | -
deck during its stay neie All five the giant flattop when it appearled was dtleinnneJ to at least Hum Far Kockawav Long Island 58 J pet cent of civilianpersonnel
an groups of Fleet Air Jax One. about t>:5 miles I Mum shore and see the tudit piugiani/ and to begin nuns drat/ successful and 40 per tent of military -

Four, Eight, Ihirleen and Seventeen will continue training operations through the help of local ladio crossing of the Atlantic' by ait personnel air regularly investing -
are involved training with I leach day At night it will anchor | station W1'L>Q, ABC attihate I Ii The planes the NC s 1. 3 and 4 in Ha"ings bonds!
the caniei J ear Adnuial CalvinT in the vicinity of the St Johns the local tfice- leceived lickels took off toi the thghl. making Tht'! tollowlng have been desig '
L>uigln, Commander', Fleet Air I lightship The ship i IM tau large: to I to .. tlhow. slops! al Halifax Nova Scotia rusted IAIi nlllliary departnientai
.. -- .enter' the St Johns river. Master of ceremonies Bert and Newtoundlind Only' the NC representatives' : for lilt )local "Opportunity -
'I The huge vessel: ad its crew | 4 however wax able lo complete Drlvt ; l.t. C. C. Cants! ,
were host to a group of press and i, I Parks was from selecting the the audienceand participants the llighl as the NC.1 was lost!! ('OIllIllUl1ItatIOn.i, Lcd/'. S. 0. CIIU'

Relief Society radiO representatives Wednesdayand when lie asked If anyone (Continued on Page ) 1'Ulillll""t! u. fate !)
another similar group is expected --- -
felt qualified to answer -
: lo go aboard today. The
Fund Drive [ Midway III expected to leave these legal ding the Pacific I
Iwateis I sometime Friday I II Ocean: category" Lt Allen. Southeastern Aerial Show
lost no tune in volunteeringHe
I Commanded by Capl Marcel 1 f<:. ,
Begins Here A. Count the Midway was named and a young seaman were
in commemoration of the historic selected and cl all right on- By
til the ast question* which, I .
Uuee-day battle for the small Pacific ,
Vavy Relief Society 1949 fundraising would have broke, ..he bank for
island. Commissioned in Flawless military maneuveringby Jacksonville
campaign officially got $2800): ( ) Vhat was the island
under way here Wednesda with September 19-io the huge vessel I has : that the crew that mutinied Armed services planes along Flying in combat: toi'(nation

Cpt. Alvin I. Malstrom, NAS been assigned a variety of d' ties fiorn the Bounty founded .'.. with uc"obalu\ precision flying some bO( Navy planes. piloted by
commanding' officer, making the including the firing of a V-2 rocket I Both missed the answer. which by civilian pilots combined to men froth'tar'rier' An' Group 17
first coiitnoution in the drive in 19(7( from the after end of was I'lttaiiDg Island But the i present a two-day display of and 1 fl urn Cecil field. staged": a
which will be l'ondul'hdlntll the deck to test! the feasibility of seaman and I.t Allen, split the aerial mig:it at the fourth annual) simulated attack on the tlel' on
June 6.ln.ereat. launching; *Uch missiles from i $300) warded) them Southeast" An Show staged t'luh of the two d:ys All Group\
will\ be stimulated in ship at sea last w t'k.t'lld at Craig field in 1. led by Corndi, W, K Bungle
staged tier Saturday exhibitiun
The 10l'all'lve\ tie ofa
by rattling
)t "t- while An 17 commanded; : r>
1949 Chevrolet by the Jacksonville 'r-z- : ; 1 group y
., { ; ('olllllHIUl'e/ }o'. Weber/". highI
Auxiliary of the Navy Relief >
I hied the closing! day display
S 'ciely A contributor l'el'ell'eJ a
Saturdays ii. act / :n was
chance to win the cat for emit"
('otl"lbutll, of one Julia, The presented during intei'mitleiitshoweis

lucky winner I' will be r*'eci.:i ed at bul wen oft as sched-
the drawir'g; here June 10 { ulid. The opening day progiuiuuured
the An Forces. -
( 1sof reprssented
( iiiilliiiiicl on 1'age 2)
+ by the Filth Rescue: Squad-
C x r'I n units front Mac Dill ;ie'd; the

Third Swim Meet Navy 60 planes who staged
then mot kat. ick; the Week
I endVamois' of NAKl'U who

Slated Saturday presented then flying I. 11(01( ,{ill
Naval Helit'IPal'k" 1'eac.
Simple turns to enable the Howet and the Florida! An National

swimmer to swim continuously kr I Liuaid in a sensational bOnute -
and at the same time developing aliounday 't.
strength and endurance is on 's crowd eslunated !at

the agenda fir the third sessionof 25.000. witnessed a repeal of the
the Jax-Navy Boys' Advanced I + < :Navy f 60( plan mot k :attack
Swimming School: carded for ;Ji e plus outstanding aerial exhibitions -

Saturday morning at the Indoor < ..) by civilian pilots 1'rec'rsiort
y. ) M t1I
pool here. g flying by Belly Skellon, Tampi

The second large turnout of and Beverly Howard Chailesion
boys selected front the junior and ( ('till till...-.. MI Pag me I)
senior high schools. were put
through their paces by Red Cross I 14 Jax Air News
instructors at the second session!
last Saturday with the emphasis
Needs Writers
on basic, arm and leg strokes, 4b
breathing and buoyancy i : I.rl The Sax t ir News announce

Under the direction of I Red % rl I the need for idllJonalttaf.. members -

Cross Instructor Pete Perdue. ""A a. r.tllt c."OID.. .. 1'eisons with wilting axI .
Saturdays gathering wa divided SIIUW IN'nat1IISSIbr..alc: in the proceedings at the SoiillieaHlern Air Show held I' pet iince are prefeired, but experience
into two age groups. the swimmers lust vtfrlc-encl gate "OIllP of the fealurcd j-uesls Mine I I., relax.. ChoHn here cMkulse...) are Kli-unor: i 1 N not absolutely nepeslaiy -
from junior high, amt It'lC'' ( recii, re| M'Hi>nllii( Ignition llli:li and one of the iiltcmlanls! to flee !show's queen; 0111,1.| ( ]'rrtlcrUj'liestiiiuu teiesteii pelrstnnel| contact *
from the high schools The ladsj I NVKIIi 'o/llnmlllll.", oflht-r; Don sliiinimel, veteran .lr-.li..w "IIOIIIII'.r anti (the "I"IaniieliiHMitli I the lair Air New editor, lit
r-reived instructions In th 4 "fm,:" / Dun' i 1)1 Hid Siniliu' J.ii'k comic .II'lI| ; :f.lid Molv, creator of "suilliii' IttU" comic\ ..lrlt; I hutl+ling 113': ) r c.-1t edt'llIltJ\
'('....11..11..1 l on Page i) I amid SulU Miuray, r.*i'i'...iefitlng IM Us.mvlllrt Itfli. !attendant tn, the <|,,,,..... j81itObserves

Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 5 May 1949


Jax Air News \ r Not New NuggetsFOR

Editorial Office THE LOVE OF MIKE

8(111th'Ing, lower Ie kBIclR s A or Bill or Joe, or whatever you

'MO call that sweet little l'ke-

Telephone Etc*>ion-HIM 4 ,' come in this week and outfit

t.clrw II llanfy. Ether: him with some of the unusually .

l>..n "' "uul, Alit, (hrt Inoibanr". AA. nice things we have for .
Mallrtu'r play penners". This w eek'!!

the JAX AIR NEWS li published I bargains include clothing:. toys
sickly at the U. S Naval Air Ma bathinettes, bassinettes', strollers -
lion, Jacksonville }'lOlldd, and printed
commeicially with non-app+ oprlateu''; and bugJ:' 's.
funds ct no expense to the government The Not New Shop in the
and In compliance with SecNav Circular HOBBY SHOP building Open
Lcltei 45.1918 dated 12: December 1945 I
Copies are dlstilbutcd tree of charge eeiTuesday and Thursday
al the Naval Air Station, the Naval II from 1000 to 1400. .
All Reserve Training Unit, Naval Aux I
Wary Air station, Ctcll Held, eat the
U. S. Naval Hospital.
u Clio "" '
The JAX AIR NEWS In a nemb ut r-- -
the ShIps' Editorial Association and
tie Aimed Forces Press ben Ice Reproduction
of ninteilil from these
sources must bear a credit line. Repub. HOSI'llAI I' A Tit: N 'I' S N J' .rAIJ

llcatlon of other matter, except by IK LA'I'hi)-T'allenU of the

service publications Is prohibited with Naval IIlIhll\tr| \ and NAS I CHA '
cut pel mission of Editor JAX AIR ItTEiQJ'
l"p< ni HM' were td to a
doiilili* little of enterlalnnuat -
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lust vveik when the
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Huge Air Show trlllll'llI&'ll'rlUl" < a in p

ohovv' staged: t their' | 'rfi>rin- Kentucky' Derby has' nothiny -

((ontlnuetl from Page 1) ante 51"4lnesday( anil the : on \III here In fait, weie way

fit i sea and the NC-3 was damaged Moiotto leinple of Jadihonvllle : out in front because tonight is

rear Horta in the Azores presented Ihelr' !' shrlm the big night* c : the horse races'

Piloted by Lcdr A. C. Read ,1 ;tllnstrI I show I'rid.i)'. I'u- i i" the Recreation Hall F\ei pink .

the NC-4 continued: on its wax tli'ltts applauil the larl ('t'ed- a winter ? If not, heies a big opportunity -
11w on to Lisbon Portugal and Q] rT lnt.i" at the '.fliiiin: lump) to try' yotn' luck and

finally to Plymouth, England: \ SK| >V: Mtdiieoiliiy night; (top have fun boNicles Don't for 'etDeMy

Tiavelhng 113> nautical mile at )photo). IVMI of the fiuturidpuforiiK ) night at UMOTheie : ,

average speed of fcr mile pet ;'N of the t troupe, : 1 'a a M'd: colleitloi of

houi. Commander Read took 16 VfiitrlloiiiNtalter| >1'emlters) I ('luII8 <''RI and emi-clasxual records -

hour and 18 mimics to complete ( let Centsaith: ) bU ,''mini available inter ested, Hip'

the historic flight.TwoWeek. v' "\\'Clud,> and KIM' smciklight I b\ the Red 'ions.. recreation (,t-

( I''ntt'rl) InitriinitntttlM rice and well br glad: to let you

tame in for tlitlr share play your favoilte \ the new

Drive >f .ipplaimen act f inn thtMlistnl Phiko rlmbil.ation.

Shovprexdittil by' At last we're to oft
going run
( ( onHnued from Page 1) the Morodo 'T('mpl<* It pUturitl '-
checker tournament
ningham, Dental : Lt. I ijgi I G M. In hu\lllm pit that 'londay
Rhodes' Medial: : : Lt. Hall cribbage sharks will al> Craw ley Operations; Lt. IJgl B. .
-- the opportunity to see how
M Sweat Oveihaul am Repair.
Silk O. E Hand, Personnel I enlitledl keen the competition 1 1'1 these

I : L<'dr. Donald Jaika, Phvsual dayxOn.
Training; Lt G. A. Busbee 'up \1"11.- Therapy--Lest| we
forget:: It'S the merry month of
Public Work : Lcdr. E. S Rhea
May' and Mothei will le
Supply : Lt. W. N Chestnut
X.I : Lt. O. P. Sullivan x-a F here Sunday, Ma" 8. Your mtth-

E Helffenitem, Yard. 1"1'11'ould be pleased! if you iemenibeied -

mold O. Anderson, Industrial a her with ceramic iclaj)

Relations office, will be in charge jewelry N, S. Defioie is row '",e+
working on a pair of *. .
civilian division of the v
it I the
(:rimes tf ,ill deacriplsufn popular .*.. .
which will resemble
drive Designated as c'iviiun 1 md c.ld!>klcal music mm e. kl' puties loses
entativeg are O. L. Owen. with fruit ..h.mll11th mall anti night What Mother oiilcln fI rpl e"t..
sup-I club Itltnl a canteen wiii', e all ae- I'h..r
shot of
ai enlarged -
ply and Fiscal: Julius DeR Classified Bulletin I fiekhmcnt ate tern citall\ thin mall. snap
Overhaul and Rep 'r: R. T. able fur the net Me'eman at the Iv: favorite son, placed in a shiny v

l 1\' Public' WOIks : Bulletins will\ he until I 8i80.IIt tlub new plastic! ante A rug fcimU
; ary Dot, Phy- accepted only space U, tilled Call e\t. .
Meal Training:: and Welfare: F H. It- ""S4I I.Reiki .: DM op In and take, a look ut the bulletin liar to the 01 '8 J, Boldt SN or .r.. ,
Brooks. Co nm mcation; Ruth nublv |;' ;teed I lu;alt ut e 1 1.I\ lnjiloitti fie'en tnd lay I UK Set J M.ulull It aid fix comiiiK attiaclltnii. Egtle!-ton, SA, have create} would '
bedtuom kitchen and t*. !\ lIanl1( i U4: In Ship 4f5 he which Include tilps ilcnlii\ pattieshorseback be well delved by .
fc-eavv: Opeiatioii1; Nora Lee Roberts I ding( lunxek .lieaiiutehunt anyoneThet.e .
celUnl Simmons Hilt wood bed ween Oil)() and I 451'Ml '
Central Office and Personnel; Phone 4&: 01 will tide for bowl C..nlulUult'k Inglnp recently *. and a host of other (lull nil'. ale merely a few' tlUJiUI ? -
and Michael Carcone Industrial on' .,10 lot CoKhlin lebullt Can be keen al Jerry's I ticms
IceUtion 1937 :2-door I'I 'moul h. Good ties Tinein one mile south of Air Billie from StuthKlde Estates tn, new leach ,
I and mttoi $165. Phone extension $11X10 NelHonAiRoflex highway Contact Rucld, extension
55 I 244 01 1 851)6 I II Model f; Camera and cuntdT %5 01 9.il r8 after 171KI
:2 Shot Kuni 1.16 mut-e $.10. 12 Relief
meter and cane Speed gun, fll Society
Hide \\antt-d turn :SouthRlitf' to NAS
S.E. Air Show gautte: single bit I 1'1'11. 510. Two oil lei'*. lank film clips. \\lll kill for
O$(IIInd return 1010: willing to
I I paintings. $1S I 1118! : PI Iv mouth 4
$75 I. F. UP. Shop XJ75 01 4804 !
door sedan $325. 8 tpnuldlng lions Shlrll'81 lake Shoie. tome In eailier (oitlact Jackie ((onllniKd from Tagi 1))

( (' 'ntiniuil from I age 1) I I and \Mliion woodx with hal K, $*>5Nelen '::14 Biilck Sedan dood tl'anlpllliatlon. June ext, :08 I The new Aero Sedan Chevioltt!

S C.. International acrobatic extension: 70, Cecil Held I $150. U S. \'allu.o"lt'nsl(." 5.H Ride \\bnted : Either :(51 h and Main will be on display daily Monday
1942 >oid New tires and mdioeiv '36 Hudson. Good ccndltlon $1110. See 01 :Cith and Pearl to Main GateIBIdg.
impions, headlined the civilian \' good shape ItVl Cash. stm I Neweant.'b'53. I 4M) Hours 0741 to HU!!. : t' otigh Friday' jn front cf the,
p01 ton of the show MIls Skel- i ling W20.B Norman 1'\1.' Call exten Three 6W-15 liter Call Bill Ciane Phone extension, 8193 01 8-2220. Miss Mamside. am':toiium, where an

ten flying her midget Pitt lion 351. I xtennlon 5'1.1; Rile) I attendant will be present to accept -
special. presented a repertoire 5 Room house with bath located two 41.4 loci Buick redan Clean.Fxcellent \\anted : Mauled couple 01 lIne air i | donations
blocks from L c kit" an 1111 Park. Cunning conduit f 411.) st-v'mour2741Aiapah two ladle to help share driving to
that included a wing pick-up at I Convenient to NAS Rented at V>0. : "e. Phone 3120.( rallfoinla during the fist was'k of I I Militaiv personnel the,i dependent
only a few feet over the runway. Will take $"50 clown Phone 51135. Kilt Ill-NT; \ June CtfiiUKht: Green, Cove S272: and civilian employee.
Howard, aviation executive 3140 RavfoidI'Mb Two sleeping loimi CIne bier from anted : Driving to Michigan I-a\lnt
from Charleston exhibited a fast I Chevrolet 4.door edin Radio. Roosevelt hlxhwav Call In the 16 Mav Desire one pusm'ntie* to are eligible ti participate in lIe,
healer and spotlight :-W i ore miles nuinlnnJW: Kohten shame dilvlng Phone tad 01 717: 1.1. drive to support the Navy Relief
routine of maneuvers with his' I Very good condition |10"5 cash ci One loom convenient locatkn 2.\42 Reid Society Donations \. ", te Mini
a lipped,wing trainer, He stunnedthe finance Chief Dnld. extension PilI k. Mil. \Sarfleld 7-5703.; :
found : I K sailor who left tallci made ted from peronne at the Naval
242.Baby. 2 Room fuinUhed aputment LlII'te:
crowd by gliding into the 8l'1laie. $5. Hanugan, 1411 A bedroom EII''ll'lcoe box. 1111. blue In mv cat in tide 11'1111lCS Air Station, CP_'il !iel' and Green
field I upside down and ..hen flipped Childs st NAS. Dove Private entiance Oimlenl\ to will phone' -7"i81 he iun iecov.rthem Cove aiepThe ..
\\ M. Miller Springs
over on one wheel for a dead I'MO Standard Ford 2.dor. My equity NAS. Mil Platt. SWll
Mick landing Howard also dem- $:luO. Balame: 7 notes $31. Cleun. Attractively furnished lotm Renst- --
between ixciO and 1KO: Call K. P. able Near bus line and five 1>..11'1". I
inHtiated a Burkl'r -Jungmeistf'r, BU -K 8-3451.: HZ4? Rlvemlde 1 I11\ Cull 81451. I Society Fund Need Stressed
formerly used by the German Air Have a It runabout with a teed two MM with bath and
lice I bout design Custom built. Look shutter, Utilities fuinKhtcl. $15 a I
J month Contact at extenslun '
this boat shwelghafer Reaogh
All) flying branches of the Armed 1105 Allegheny o\ei Rd. NAS. IFnl''lov..d1a I 375.Unfurnished. ( Not: ThiN U the fifth in a Herl" of articles outlining the almn

Forces participated in the"two- Amel'lclina.'olumfs: two hfdc'onII j ailment and purposes| of the Navy Kiliff Society, which\ begins. U animal

day) aerial hhow In'ludln6 \llum.-IIlaIOI')' (jfol'IS I Kitchen elettiliallv equlned Avail appeal) for funds this week 'I'hi* vents, us vitll aw dfallng with the
\\ \\'ar II In matched binding Mile 15 Mav $85, Fowler. Call
I (peratloiiN" of (the Society, nlll also make manv :Nayy )personnel moreaware
Kleclilo tialn Chief Skaxx, ('omI 8 :2514 slier 1800
mlxnuiv Ktoie extension, U1 I :1 Bedroom i unfuinlohed house In of the services rendered by' tin S'.IH'II.f; itt'iety ) .
Swim Meet i 12' (cStbuat \ plv \\'Ml sari UI'I' fur lakenhoie Call D C Oleaiy at 1-'iti.IN front 111:urc
91J3: for quirk nule Call Ueneflel >.5474 I II' 2,27!10. | During UM8( the Jacksonville Auxiliary of the Navy Relief Society :
u extension 525. 2 Room fuinUhed apartment In hilII'homl'
((ontlmied from Page 1) Recur IhtiHuajh. Excellent c' .nclitic 8t'ml.lIhlltl! lath tuilcnuCall I made 1148 new loans in the amount of $9:1-8.24.: : At the beginning .
Nick the 'I'awl"I and "flutter"kick. n. $1(10. Phone :2.>H*>0. 7-4112. of the year there were 1062 loans outstanding totaling $4.1166 (16.lIbtral'tjl1g .

1'41! 5 passenger Buick Couje Clean Foui rooms with tile bath Hit wateihealei '. necessary wntectfs of 3116 uncollectible loans totaling
Hobby Oliver from John Got ieschool good meihankal condltkn NerdX250 : '. $75 a mtnlh Biownelt Call
( I ( cash for doss n pavment. lolul 2.:.bbj. IK.15 yaneit Ate I $13, 06.8t, plus lepavmentH dining lfM8( there remained outstanding -
copped the "iO meter swim *()>0 damaihe. extension 8217: Fun fished I thiee mm a puatnient vtlth as of January 1. 1P40. 6"9! loans in the amount of $24,638 "56.
chase in 31 seconds Charlie Mc- lU'l! : HudHon 2'itfcor" Kedun ExcellenttrHDkioriallon bath Elect I ;iletil' equipped. : kitchen 1 i I The loans written off as uncollettible er e made dining the tart.
Manus of Andrew Jackson high I $250: Jleldemnn $"5. Call 8.:2"21. Mi *. Thompson| ,
of the and
years war some few since Due to early discharges and
8.27 !6 aflei 1400 278' Fui test si
placed first in the /senior group M: gauge double bmieled shut gun Two Mini eftieiency' a iui Intent fmnlkhed '. men being discharged before their regular enlistments expire for
swimming the distance in 32 :W" Bat tell On full 'hlke. One Kan Stove and I iefilkeinle i iI I Various reasons, these men left the service with the balance of their
Hfconds Jimmy Julian of KHby- I mi dlfled In excellent '(,n i unpaid. a reasonable
t'1 1'.d'42 Ate.l amount of effort it made to ullfctt
hi lit. 1344.A Randolph st Johns
Smith placed second in the junior Si NAS or phone :th5l't11 Phone 2.61Mil.. \\'Intel'. : ).cue loans they are written off as uncollectible This is one of the
class, while Jim tiidell of Immaculate Ii Iv mouth 2.dooRdllln and i Barge font ninei t 'an I rain "It had. main reasons why cortiibutloni are needed! every year The )loans
i Conception took runner I' heater: 1!N8 molol'i ReastnaMe ('anIP joining bath RI"IIII..nable. Ntai)' hula written off ($1140681): ) exceeded contiibutions t$5W002l by torn
up honors in the senior division named I Mil lAe i-xtenaltn line*. sieve :eMH: : bluest: SI.I I $'74679. .
8121 01 phone 11.1'NKMtoiMle >. Call 7.7 lI.
r Assisting instiuctoi Pete Perdue I'H2 Hailev',r>a\ II1M.n 411'. 2 Room i'ailment Rl'lIlIt.nuhll' Mi *. I There were 14 liana converted) to gratuities because of the inability
k at the se('ond session' were rood condition nl.1I i1 bu> a It. l.oun 1M1 Uan St (nil fj 2.1(17. : of the borrowers to lepay This amounted to $3ri( 60. Gratuities for
.._ John Sandin of Lee high school 1'hone a.1U7J 01 contact tietke; I Itsrge "I'I1I'omlIh twin .ledi. find
hospitalization amounted to $42I.M. Gratuities\
for other than
Shop 63JJ: (Test telli I I. iilvate bath Htlween 3 bun linesIn puipo en
and Bob Sweat and Kichttrd Sleap Kitchen \ hospitalization amounted to $23880 These mad
One new Banlum r1 ton tiallerOillnul Atondale<< uttllin jillletie gratuities weer
from Andrew Jackson place $20(11111 I ) Mil fur ( | llonal Phone 8.S 02 after I when rep yment would have caused extreme haicUlim to the families
I I $125.! hone extension :* 1. Cl H inn( ) Robes rain In111'11
, brush Three mm furnished apartment $50
lInk i221 Seiionnet blvd i month. di bav 8<% Hinlilck A\e I The Jacksonville Auxiliary Navy Relief nurse made 2,70S home ..
\r... Eand To Participate I I dresser and cheat (,f tliaueil A Phone 9.J/ 07: : visits in addition to other duties at the Navy Dependents' Hospital.Contl'lil .
illnitle table and other fuinlltiirS Four and thiee room u|'ailment*. Hei
I to the
fi'y In Relief Carnivals 'lllnK out Phone 2..IBJI; Mmneven I ring t>.>7 Edison; Ave Phone 41218Tiallei : I y argument that some pope continue to bring
and 143 its se J. M mace (,n leaullful I ht'l flclnl. forth, that officers can and do receive more aid from the Navy Relic
s Naval Air Station Band New mahogany end tables and! matchIng $12 a mi nth. 12 mile truth of bUMt' Society than the enlisted men--utatMlcs show that in the twelvemonth
ci,ffee tablti 1 111'1. ReiiHcnalle, ('n highway 17 and Black Cieek period ending November .
will take )art in the huge Navy on I, 1918, ofhceis and heir families
W. \\adnMoilh 46:1'III: dln..1 \ II. Bull. Phase lateen; ( ne :21nklnn
Icthff Carniy 1 to be held! at Naval I 1111 d. Can canted at hobby slap \\' tidy will shale nicely f'nnUhecl '' received 3 per tent cf the total assistance granted: by the Society.

Air Tr air ng Command, I't'n- fxtennlt, 771. home will refined! ('tiileKIUInn .. The annual report it the entire Navy Relief Society shows the
SMC i.la Sat 'day, May 21. Room he use. One and c.ne.hull t'nth* elettiltHllv t'quipp( d. Mil! I following figures: : <'111I"11 Amount
InMilnted Two sctrcncdporches. /I'r. )70"1 n i' 1700
AHo) en the day* program will I Comiletelv. 4922 Dundee! Kcl! Like 2 lie\ .iln cm Null ..p.t.lmfl.t unfuinlKhttl "- : Outright giants 3.(vso, } 175,106

wr' \x a demcnstiat on (.f aerial) acio \hol'e. hone 2.2353. 1.1.t I I bl'H2 : 2 11 ill I 01 m uI'pt'a aputmentfi I Loans :2V61 1633340
,xcl nUMd i 1 In ;iihtite hail Is tnKlveixliU Converted
I 1 tie by the famed Blue Angels llvm< uth club < onc In to GiatiiititB
Mis II light II t fc8!HMM .
"lent iindllltn will ti nonce (nil I
01 written off
who were foimeily law l here at l.t Dark eM"'nllh.n MO: ir 1KJI!' :! : .I. 4218 180328Ncn
NAS Ja.: v M'it-| il Chit I ii, ,_.hitciCis.. lout n. ,is tumid Can liiiulle ft,ui iltleii j financial cases 5l.lirI ( > ............ ..... .

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5 May 1949 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


1 Numerous Diversified Tasks Carried Out

I Unit Historybook Fasron 6Commanding I

i By Local Fleet Aircraft Squadron Six

he Altho. modest : ------ --
I gh piaesse.e: u a --
t EK' a i mull t 1 lulled beginning, Flee Aircraft Service its ownhangar 115 I ed in aCpa/ that it ould ('lintasE'tall
KOASTS Ot''r l."rKS! .
FASKON"' Six ID Squadron Six based at the Naval I.
Air Gioup i itht am1 I on the
I'dr'lIlh'r fi. I 1 I
Air Station if becom-
gradually the first two .veekt MKN GLAD, TO UK; 11 bit K
scene during
Barnes, left, who ing one o' the larger and most ;
ii November 1948. from Norfolk, Fleet Aircraft Service
h I Squadron
Jf: e togetherhere | responsible et aircr.t service
for a confab I squadron" the Navy. Va., Air 1i up Four came herein b x is commanded by Ll'dr"sl

M I 11 h executive I I| Originally irtendec' to be a February* also from Norfolk, ter G. Barnes, a native! of CoJora-)
Va. and Thirteen the
officer' Led r. sized ir Group, ,
medium sqcadron with an
do. Commander Barnes attendedthe
'I third Fleet Air acksonville
Clem II. ('onnul.h' I group
alto; ance of 12 officers and 213
Tlie local unit v'hick FASRON Six services University of Colorado for
enlisted men to be respons ble for I I
it growing Into the support of one air group containing has just arrived from San D'ego, tire yeais and then went off to
Calif. During the last six months, I
one of the largest five squadron"" Fleet Aircraft Alaska as a gold: miner duringthe
and moat FASRON Six has also 1 fc:: : supporting !
responsible Squadror Six at the present Air 3r "p Seventeen and middle 1930's. While there he
a KONS' In the time which supports three fifteen air groups! I Air Group One through its augmenting I attended the 'nlverslty of Alaska

comprise squadrons unit t at Cecil Field,
"atf \' ', up Entering Naval Aviation r.s a
Four and Thir
Jt Air Groups Eight
__._ but FAiJROj; Nine has recentlyarvived
teen. cadet in 1 93 C Commander
to relieve the local unit

STAKTKI IN VIKGIMA of that respon. oilit.v. Barnes has serv as a carrier

')' S A total of 22 officers and 3 81 I Men" of FASRON Six stand out torpedo pilo' instr-ment Instruct -

', enlisted men carry out the multi- in athletic competition as w.ll as I t I navigator of a carrier VPB

ple and intensified tasks of the technical" achievement.\ Ensigns i ( PV ) Squadron commander and as

local FASRON Six and there ale Paul Pett;, and David Doll, two 'Operations officer at NAAS Chin-

'! prospects that an additional au- < .' the units ithleitcs, were stare I cot'ag'ue'a.

gumentlrig unit will besigned on the varsity: basketball: team. I I cdr, Om E Connally, FAS-

, I in the near tutu! e". I The squadron's golf squad finished RON's execut1 officer, is a

FASRON Six ignally\ ; c'ameI In the runner-up spot for thel j Texan who has served most (If

TO IX ALL he I i paper: | lurk\ there IHalua into exirte..ce in September station golf 'ionors. losing to Hospital | his naval career in carrier avia

> H the ufilctaloft" shown here 198 at NAAS Oceana, Va. The in the plavoffs. Officer ) and tion. ]Ie[ graduated from TexasA !

(cluckulae|", ) lt. Ole J ) Ralph Junes"" |>erMtiinel stay at Cceana was rioit however enlisted bowl"-8 of the unit placed & M In 1938 and from Pensa-"

ofiicer; Hamilton Hughes, VNI ; and the sq..adion departedfor high In intra-mural impetition / la in 1940.Carrying .

Whit I', :Saljcr, VN3; HUliard I). Datls, NAS acksonville on November with the officers losing out in out their varied and

,. Y.VSN: ; and Jonenli"" 3, Waselew, 1, 1948. lnstr irs' Aviation the finals to Overhaul and Repair manifold tasks foa responsibleoutfit

1NSN. I Trainin-r Unit was still occupying while the .nlii:ted keglers" finished I the men of FASRON Six

t the spaces thr FASRON was to third in their lass.! With the have almost to the niun expressedthat
r If) .. '
r .\ tx occupy so it was not until the v 1 of summer spoils, a arrl'l it was great "to be stationedat

( middle of November th; t the of FASRON Six men will be Naval All Station, Jackson

newly arrived squi dron was nous- peting in tennis, swimming and ville." ,

Colored WorkersBanquetDance iu-end f fIIIinqThfA .,

f,1i:, f Notes

",, Being ArrangedPlans I L fro m


are under way here for : RlflRTUi

all-siatlon C'olort'd'emploY"fs

...-ti. .. ...... ...... an .
< "'''''-' :>- banquet and dance to be held'

May 27 at the Two-Spot club in i' were organized scheduler'" reserve for squadrons drill last Lt 1 ijgi Frank Coghlan and Sey

I. All oterull "shot, of the ",lulIr" Jacksonville.: : ek-end with the result that mour Toole, AF1. Toole had a
: A recreation committee has
r of the 1'A O.Vn< home nun, been selected to assist the Employee Saturday and Sunday were rather big time assisting the photographers -

gar 115 Services Section of the i quiet for most of NAR1 J, Many from Life magazine who

of the active personnel< participated -
covered the initiation.At .
d li dustrial Relations division in i 1
l [ or had the opportunity to
isac making preparations for the af- the Sunday show, Don
attend the Southeastern Air Show
fair The committee, headed by Strummel, who nnounces most
j held dUI ing the two days in town.
chairman William A. Ford of the of the count'y'a laiger air shows,
NARTU joined with pilots of Air I
Public Works department, is composed I was made an honorary "Week-
Groups one and seventeen to -
.. of Frank Courtney, Supply pre1 I endVarrior". Don always speaks
1 sent the combined Naval and
A crew goon department: Harry T. Williams. I well of the "Weekend'airiors"
Naval Air Reserve aerial
to work In riiak-\ Public Works; I* L. Edwards, O j par- 1 and was impressed with the decal
i tlclp llon. NARTU's contribution
f enginetliange. ; and R : George Anderson, Supply i that so many NARTU men have
lngHit ; was the displ: ly of the flyi.ig slogan 1
t ariment; Elliot Bryant, Public on the windshield of their cars.
': ( li I efHerbert in close) format'on of five
Works; and Jeff" Biunson, Captain Priestman had one r.fi
F61Ht"Ilc" >ats, "Naval Reserve
,} Ie 0andB i the decals mounted on plexiglass
Packs Peace Power", The five
(True (left) ov Baron McLeod and his band I | and made into a medalion which
feet high letters were painted
,r", -rt'wH the work has been engaged for the dancing under the wings he placed :around Strummel's neck

and arrangements are being at the ceiemony.
;;, '"' 'I'IIIIIlIna.:: I I
h Captain Priestman was guestof
made to have a floor show for i All of NARTU and squadron
lone. A U8. (atop I the affairINSTKl'MKN"1 honor at the ai- show along VMF-H1 in articular was shock-

I plane\ ) and left I to with other distinguished person- I ed at the news of tne death of Lt.
itlities. He had the privilege of
right, DanielKouYrlck i Thomas R. Heisel. Heisel, a Florida -
owning Miss Mar ilyn Oveiby
AU)('; of Gainesville! as Queen of the U. student attended drills ff
the Marine Air Reserve regularly.
\Villaril Ilalk p d t-.iow. The Captain and NARTU's
He met death in a midget plane:
good friend, Zack Mosely, creatorof
AIM and Cuhln
; race at an air show in California.I .
__ SN the aviation comic strip,
Byrd, A l>2. Heisel was making quite" a
"Smilin' Jack" at
were judges i I
name for himself in small plans
the selection" of the Lil' De-icer
racing ci cles! and haU: recently
queen" at the aviation ball held
placed third in the Continental
Saturday night at the Roosevelt
Trophy race at the Miami Air
Qi Hotel. The winner, Miss Ellen
,.. ; ; SHOPThe show in January. The plane in
Sumrall will Jacksonville
which he met death" that
was one
shop looks almost like a spring
at the Miami Air Maneuvers ,
garden now that winter is onlya next January. he and Curtiss Putts!, well known

memory. All those pretty pastels I designer, had built themselvesand )
One of the highlights of the i ievening's
that the ladles ale wearingt' I which Heisel had flown to

jse days make you think of a festivities in conjunction NAS Jax the last time he stft\ll
with the air show the
ed drill here.'
bouquet of bright colored posies.
Q Florida Gators' Initiationball .
Flying ,
I I Rumor has it that Chief Stack I
I at the Peacock club Eight:
i Is going: to have to pay rent in I Old Hen: "Let me give you a bit
members of NARTU
>' These lade area the Gyro Room. Just what, old put of good: advice."

w 1L hard at it building b",n is the reason foi- so much ; through the r-raising initiation, I Young Hen" : "What Is It ?"
| which included walking through
up 1 a quick\ time spent there as if we didn't I II an aligator infested swamp barefooted I Old Hen: "An" egg a day keeps
i know Daisy Williamson says the axe away.
engine" change I II (Of course the gators'mouth
i "she, is just an old fashioned girl,
,, were wired, but that wasn't --
# unit Left to rightare
; 1$ but Florence Barlow has been I
known til later. I Those brave Tout: "I told you Peripatetic
t a Win. Chandler suggesting a change Just what
enough to join the popular fly would win in a walk.
kind of did have In'lind
S.\! James" you ing club were Captain Priestman, I Trackman: "That so ? I thoughthe
Florence ? Dusty"Scrooge"
WalUer. ADS; Comdr. Jack Barleon, Lt. Col.! lost."
-" RhoiK has started"
Robert Kduards, Fieeman \Williams; Comdr. Tout : "Yes, he did, but that was
crurging a :nny interest" on every I
t Francis E. Schrader. Lc'dr. LloydG. because all the other hol'FE'In-
ADJ; and ('hidlArnold nickel loaned out. He's planning I I "
Barnard: Lt. Jack Hestilow, sisted on running.
ltlythe I on making; lis first million .
-- -- ---- -- ------- ---- --

it ho Is (' soon, but it seems u little unusual r ., .... .. n.. _. .". -or ,_ .. __
checkingI to go about it in this way. I J '
ft ( ; dTr..1
I progrcs of )
"l.t( ll draiilic Oil Leaks Congratulations ", '

I the" stark, are in order for the P. A. r" '

McLeoils. ]t't. :a bouncing baby
I.l..l.d.J .I. I & .11'
boy Does't C C. Riddle everworry

at all when he fines: that

Crayton Garrett '. his passenger MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

0 In that plane ? .News Flash! Miiiiem,, : Weekday1730 and 2(100) : .k..ntl"-t.l30 and 2HHI.

Our new groom, i.. A. Dowling,:: TIH'HSDAY"HOME !

reports" that he can live on J6 00 IN SAN ANTONE". with R y Acuff and James Thorr.fta.

''a week. Either he's planning to Fit 11)AY
-- -
A noted meat pat her named Seaman: "You \look AS if'ou: leally live on love and not much "PRIDE OF THE YANKEES" featuring Gary Cooper and Teresa

Young didn't get much IIIttptHt) night." else or he's found a grocery' store 1\'r igh t.

: with ante-belli'rn prices The KATUKDAY AM SI'NDAY
Ore till V when his newts were unstrung : Friend: "I didi.'t. The couplenext entire department 's saddened! by "WORDS AND MUSIC", starring June Allyson and Perry Como

: door were fighting nil night, the death of stand operator Bob MONDAY J

r Pushed his wife's ma, unMin hammer and tong," Marshall, wlo W )s killed when a "MUTINEERS", with Jon Hall and Adele Je.' en..

In the chopping nl lI him". I Seaman: "Who won ?" Steatman PT-19 he was piloting TI'KSDAY' ;: \\KIOiKSDAY

He canned but and labeled Len Friend: "Sr did, the )had the trashed at Hart airport, last !SalUKHV. "THE YOUNGER BROTHERS", featuring Janig Paige and

Tongue hammer." Wayne: Mattes


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Two JAX AIR NEWS 5 May 1949

Jax Air News Not New NuggetsFOR

Editorial Office THE LOVE OF MIKE

South Ulng, Lower Deck or Bill or Joe, or whatever you

Blelg. 930 call that sweet little tyke-

come in this week and outfit
Telephone E\tenMon-8184
.drew II riaary. Iditvr: 1LL 4r him with some of the unusually .

nan "*''laul l, Alit, (hrt I'michsnc, AA, nice things we have for .
>! t aft H rllers "play penners'. This week's

The JAX AIR NEWS I II published bargains include clothing, toys,
weekly at the U, S, Na\al Air Station bathinettes, bisslnettei, strollers -
Jacksonville, Florida, and print
rd commercially with appiopiiateo and bugpvs
funds tt no expense to the government: The Not New Shop in the
and in compliance with SecNav Circular HOBBY SHOP building Open
Letter 45-1918 dated U: December 1945 and Thursday
Copies are distributed free of charge eveiv
at the Naval Air Station, the Naval from 1000 to 1400. .
Alt Reserve Training Unit, Naval Aux,
Illary Air Station, Cecil: Held, and the
U. S. Naval Hospital $

The JAX AIR NEWS U a member ul r---- '
the Ships' Editorial Association and
the Armed Forces Piess Service Re

pi'od notion of material from these IIOSI'llAL I'ATI1hN'r5 JN r.'t-ALl
sources must bear a credit line, Repub. :
llcallon of other matter, except by 'l'lCtA'I'tU-Y'&tlll'n' of the
service publications Is piohlbltrd without iw.-3 Naval 1I1t.111t"i i and NAS. II' N7rI

peimUslon of Editor JAX AIR |l"lwnlollrr| is erat'd ton

Nb\\S ;' V'i double eloi.e of enterlalitment -
-- to ., I [
; L.
last" vvee'k when the J
) tttts.rts_.has .clr..wn
Huge Air Show \ trouping Veterans! Camphov
t # < staged their pe-rform- The Kentucky Del by has nothing

((ontlniifd from Page 1) ,tnce1'wlnrlttlay' and the on us here In fact, weie way

at sea and the NC-3 was damagednear Moroeee 1"11I111.| of Jaekheinvllle out in fiont because tonight l is

Horta in the Azores presented their shrlner the big night: c: the home races .

Piloted by Lcdr. A. C. Read. Minstrel' I Show Trlclat., 1'u- I p' the Recreation Hall. Ever pick

the NC-4 continued: on its way tlintN applaud the proceeclIIIJJH a winner If not heiea a big op

flew on to Lisbon, Portugal and Hi the 'tetfiun: ('1111111 portunity to try your luck and

finally to Plymouth, England. "Shuts "'I'dllt''III.IKht (top have fun besides Pont forget

Tia\elmg) 3.*>35 nautical miles at photo), Ivui eif the featured Dt'liby) night at 11MO

average speed of 85 miles per performers' cf the troupe, Thel e'a a good l'ollE''t1ol. of

hour Commander Read took 36 talit rlluqulat' | Walterultirw classical\ and semi-classical! iecordn '.

hours and 18 mimics to completethe (left tvn't ) with hU ,''un- available. u Inteiested, Mop

historic flight.TwoWeek. "t k m>' ""'oud>'" and Ito>' "smwk' I bv.the. Red :ions recreation c,f'rice -

I I 4sa.rf (right tenter), liiktriinicntaliot and well br glad to let >ou

tame In fur their .share play your favorite v the new

Drive if .ipplaiior An act f om the Philco 'umblnatlnn.

Mlrntnl Shovt presented h>' I At last were going to run off x

(Continued from Page 1) the Morocco Temple U pictured '. that checker' tournament, Monday

ningham, Dental; Lt. Rhodes' Medial; Lt. > V Y.
; (jg
: Hall, cribbage sharks will also
Crawley. Operations; Lt. tjgi I B
have the opportunity to see how
M. Sweat, Overhaul ant RepairS .
keen the competition is there
lk O. E. Hand, Personnel > en tr '
)li lifted ; Lcdr Donald Jacka, Physical (
Occupation Therapy--Lest we
Lt. G. A. Busbee
; forget, its the merry month rf
Public Works: Lcdr E. S. Rhea,
May and Mothei Day will le
Lt. W. N. Chestnut
I here Sunday, Ma;' 8. Your mothers I
:*.! : Lt. O. P. Sulli'an3: F t I
would be pleased if you remembered -
E Helffenstein, Yard
her with ceramic 1 clay')
mold O. Anderson, Industrial
jewelry N. S. Defiore is nO"'I/:1": ; : ,
Relations officer, will be in charge
sot king on a pair of ear'-rirgsj !" !'
( f the civilian division of the --- ----- of all) descriptions popular :' : '
which will resemble roses : xr ,
- --- and classical music tveeklv parties n
drive Designated as civilirn reptesentatives -
with/ floor shows with radio and nightclub What Mother otildn apple,4
are O. L. Owens, Sup. talent ,I canteen ii loutat II tefieshments date of ; ) .
at enlarged snap-shot .
ply) and Fiscal: Julius DeR Quina, I Classified Bulletin[ I arc sorted all this .tall -' "" '
her favorite in '
son placed a shiny .
> t'Hil
OHI haul and Rej: r; R. T. Mose- able for the se \ icemen at' the '
A ailni-l 'R' \
Ij. Public Works; : _ary Dot),., Physical Bulletins will! he ('L accepted only until space I I" filled. Call ext. 8280. dub new plastic ume rug J. $ ..'
Training and Welfare; E. H. t/lit SAL}. Drop In and take a look at 'the bulle- lar to the or 'II J, Boldt SN, or't: ,
Reasonably pi ked furniture Living seven end 145 Ibs See J. MSuiatt tin board for coming attiactlons Egfleston, SA, have created would" 1i
Brooks Co nm nications; Ruth loom bedroom kitchen and excellent Mangel, 124 In Shop" 41'5 between which Include tilps. picnics, paitles, i I be well received by anyone .
St'8Operations: Nora Lee Rob- Simmons" Hullv'wood bed TOO! and 154' horseback i tiding/: classes. tieasuie I
fits Central Office and Personnel; Phone 4J8: 01 Hill lade tot bolt 1941 Centuiv Bulck Engine recently hunts, and H host of other outings I These are merely a few auggeb-

and Michael Cascone, Industrial mi' ?i, ten Cotthlan lebullt Can be seen at Jerry's -- ---.- .- -- lions
Ph'mouth. Good; tiles Ta\ mile south of Air Bake i
1937 2dx el n one from !Southslde slates on new' beaihhlghwtiv I I I
Relations I and niutoi $165. Phone extension $IIMiO< Nelson '. Contact Rudcl extension,
I I I 244 01 8- 136. I Aigtflex Model F Camera and rase :1J5 or 9.1!;*8! after 17K>.
2 Shot nuns. 1.16 Muxe10, 12 GE meter and case Speed gun, filters Ride anted : From :Southklde" to NAS Relief SocietyContinued ,
gauge single bat tell. $tO. Two oil tank film clips.s'lll sell\ for
S.E. Air ShowContinued 0800 I and letuin 10.10llllng: to
I paintings $15. 1938': Fly mouth 4 J75 1. F. )..('P. Shop" 3J75: 01 4804 come In eailler Ccntact Jackie I ( front Page 1))
door sedan $:\X 8 Spauldlng liens
Shirley St lake shoie
( from Page 1)) and \\llson woods with ha if. $65. "34 Ihilck: Sedan Good transportation. Jones ext :UI8. I I The new Aero Sedan Chevroletwill
s. C., International acrobatic Nelen extension 70, Cecil Held $150. L S. \'alla.o"ll'nslon\: 5.1U Ride VAtinted : Flthei :ttth and M.ainI be display dally Monday
ludlo :l"th and Pearl to Main Gate : pn
1942 lot d. New tires and or .
36 Hudson. Good condition Jllto :See
champions, headlined the civilian! Very good shape $1V Cash Stai New cant. \'F.83. ( Bid*. 451> flours 0745 to IbH!' : t sough/ Friday in front of thMainsule
portion of the show. Miss Skel- I ling :\820.B Norman St. Call extenRlon Three 6r)0-15: titer Call Bill Ciane I Phone extension Hl'i.3 ui 6-2229. Miss am':tor'mm, where an

ton flying her midget Pitt 331 I Extension 591: Rile)'. attendant will be present to AC-
t'clal. presented a repertoire' 5 Room house vilth bath located t\\o 41.4 dear Buick sedan Clean.Excellent Wanted' : Mauled: couple 01 one 01 donations.
; I II Ilht"f'n
locks from Lackawanna Puik tunning condition *'((K), Seymour two ladles to help share dilvlng to
that included a wing pak-up at Convenient to NAS. Rented at $60.vili :J741 Aiapahoe Phone 23120.) rallfoinla I dur first week of I I Military personnel, the.i dependents .
only a few feet over the runway. I' \ take $750 down. Phone : -J 135. stilt lUVr June Cefuught Cove 5272VAanled and civilian employer
Howard, aviation executive 3149 Ray fOI d Two sleeping looms one block from : DiIvlng to MUhlnan/: leaving
exhibited fast 1<46 Cheviolet 4.door edin Radio, Roosevelt hlghuav( Call In the 16 May Deslie time passengei to i are eligible participate in *
from Charleston a heater and spotlight :W CHK1 miles mar nlnll.2.367. Kohlen share dilvlng. Phone Gb 01 717: It drive to support the Navy Relief
routine of maneuvers with hn I \er\ good condition $1075 cash 01 One room convenient location, 2342 Reid Societv. Donations > te jl\olil.
Dciddn, extension Park. Mii \\'lIrrt..ld. 7.5703. I
c'hpp'd.wlng trainer He stunnedthe flnllnChief found : If salloi who left tailor made ted from personne at the Naval
2 Room futnlihed tm.nt.
crowd by gliding into the I 242.Baby ('an laKe. $5. Flanagan, 1411 A bedioom Elect spun Ue box. Large gas blues In my car on tide from lies Air Station. Ce':II fiel and Green

Held upside down and glen flipped thllds st NAS. RlO\'t. Pilvate entiance Cen\lent to will them! phone VV. M.9-7581 Miller, net tan recover ; Cove Springs area.
over on one wheel for a deadstick 1 f. d also demonstrated $.lOO. Balance 7 notes $31. Clean fut slatted loom Reasonable
t. landingHOWRI Between 08UO and 1100: Call Eo P. Near bus line and five points: : i
a Bucker -Jungmeister, BUKK 8-\451.:\ 2054 Rlveislde Axe Call 8-1451. Society Fund Need Stressed
formerly used by the German Air Have a 11 i runabout with a speedboat Have two looms with bath and I
Jo''J'e. design Custom built. Look shower, Unities fUI nl hf'(1.( $35: a

this boat o\ei J. chwelghafer. month Contact Reaugh at extenslon Notes 'I'Mu \U the till It In series of articles the* alms
, .'. All flying branches of the Armed 1105 Allegheny Rd. NAS. V5tnfuinlshed! ( : a outlining:
Forces participated in thetwo- Encyclopedia: Ameilcana V) volumes. two bedroom aiailment I and pin')pone'H of the Navy He'lief Six'iety, which- IN'gin:, U annual

day aerial show. Including \olum"I-Hlalol'y of Kitchen electilcallv equlpied Available appeal for fund IhU week, 'Hilt erlcH, as well an dl'ltlln<h the

I i \oildSar II In matched binding I 15 10111$85.. owlei, Call' (operation eif the* "soeletj, ,,1\1111..0\ make man Nat a' personnel moreassure
bleedIr tialn Chief skaggs, com 82514 after 1KOO
mltxai\' stoic extension :<19. 3 Bedroom unfuinUhed, house In of the r\lee-n rendered l>>' tin- >.I\'' Idl'ef: >oeletj'),

Swim Meet 12' catboat \" ply. Will cart 11fil't' for lakeshoie Call D. C. Olewiy ut I'uc.In front I''1.:tires
$II:!: fur quick sale. Cull Benellel 5."5474 e'r 2.i7 10. I During ltH8 the Jacksonville Auxiliary of the Navy Relief Society -
extension :5J5 2 Room fuinlkhed apartment In II ate
(Continued from Page 1)) pi made 1148 loans In the
Recorder-Phonograph. Excellent ten home t'II1I'1 II ale bath uilong new amount of 935821. At the beginning .
lock the crawl and "flutter"kick. dlllon $!(M). tlione 2.li050.! Call 7.4112. of the year there were 1062 loans outstanding, totaling -\3,166 ('6.

: I'm :5 passenger Buick Couie Clean Four looms. with tile bath Hot waleihealei ', i Subtracting necessary wiite-ctfs of :{''6 uncollectible loans totaling .
Oliver from John GonieMhool good mechanical condition Need $7a! month Biownell Call
Hubby $1350681, plus repayments during 1918, there remained out-
I Hint cash for down puvment Tc'tal 1&tol: : 18.15! Vaneit Ave. '
copped the IOmeter swim $6.\1 Ciamaihe, exlennlon tU17 Fuinlshed three loom a standing as of January 1, 1949( 6f'9 loans in the amount of $24,63836.

chase in 31 seconds! Charlie Me- 10J1) Hudson 2-(k>or sedan Excellent!! bith tleclilcnllv' equipped Thompson'! The loans written off as uncollectible were made dining the lat
Manus of Andrew Jackson high trankportatlon J250: Heldeman $7etlll! 8.l729.: Mrs the and
ears of war some few since. Due to early dischaiges and
8 :27J6: after 1400 27PIIl>t' St,
placed first in the senior group, 12 gauge double liaueled shot yun Two room efficiency split lment furnished : I men being discharged before their regular enlistments expire for
swimming the distance in 32 I 30" 0.."ell, One full rhoke One 1 .gas stove and lefilueialoi:::: various reasons, these men left the service with the balance of their

e-conds Jimmy ,Julian of Kirby- I modified In excellent condition lights fuinlHhed Convenient to bus i Ictns unpaid. After a reasonable amount of effort Is made to collect))
l Reasonable Biltt 1:144.A: Randolph lines and NAs. 4244 st Johns Ave
Smith placed second in the junior St NAS or phone .(65 Phone 2.61Mill! \\'Intel'. I tl,ese loans they are written off as uncollectible This is one of the

< lawhile Jim Fndell of Im- 1
maculate Conception took runner heater 1'HH motor Reasonable Con hath Reasonable Neai bus written off f iU40681i I exceeded' contribution t$56P002)) bv some
up honors in the senior division I be financed Mis. Ue ixtenslcn; I lines Sieve es, :IAFinest: St I S"j'46.79.
8121 or phone 1I.IMI6! Call 7.7210.
a Assisting: Instructor fete Perdue Motul'l') l'Ie l't-12 Hat ley DaUdson 45'. 2 Room apartment Rt'lIsllllabll' MisIxun There were 14 loans converted to gratuities because of the inabilityof

at the second session were (;(1011 condition Mist $l'iS: buys It. I 1511 Bans St Cull 8210. 1 the boirowe.s to repay This amcunted to $35( 60. Gratuities for

John Sandin of Lee high school hone J-1417J 01 contact l.oelke- I Large bedie>om with twin eels andspate hospitalization amounted to $421.Vi. Gratuities for other purposes than
bath 3
Shop 3JJ: (Test cells ), Between boa linesIn
and Bob Sweat and Richard Sleap One new Bantum ty ten hailer.Original I Avondale lection, Kllilun iilvllenes ;' hospitalization amounted to $238.8'. These gratuities weer made

? from Andrew Jackson pi Ice JOOlll I sell for optional Phone 85762 after when rep >ment would have caused! extreme hardship to the families
.Y I I $125. hone .extension J02 Cl>RHi 16(0( Robei 1ann. InvMved,
'ush Three loom fuinlshed apartment .
Zink 221 VAesconnet Bldelitssei \. I I month dohav, 8Jb:! 1It'n"l h'k. Me.I I The Jacksonville Auxiliary Navy Relief nurse made 2708 hum ..
Band To ParticipateIn and chest of eliaweis A 1'he ne 0.:1807 visits in addition to other duties at the Navy Dependents' Hospital.

dlnl'tItable und ethei tilt nil II'' ''. Four and three room ftpuilmenl. ilst'-I I Contrary to the argument that some people' continue to bring
Relief CarnivalThe SI'I II nil out fhone 2- 1631: Mrs ; ling iJ7: KdUon; Ave hone 4-: : ,
sexes and 143: H>., See J. M Tiallei apace| on beautiful list funt. forth, that officers can and do receive more aid from the Navy Belief

Naval Air Station Band New mahexanv end tables and malehIngeiffee JU a month 12 miles south of bnseen Society than the enlisted men--statistics show that in the twelvemonth

tables, 3 nets KexNonulle, I Hlghwav 17 and Black Cic-ek period ending on November 1, 1948! officers and ..heir famtlinreceived .
will take part in the huge W. \\adswoilh 46A5 ("aidlnal13Ud \'. H Ball Fhone seen ('ove 4W1oiklng : I II
lifhef Car 1\ 1 to be held at Na\'j Can contact at Jlebb> ship I \\ lady will Shale! nicely furnished 3 per tent of the total assistance granted by the Society

val Air Trail ng Command, extension 771. hlmelIh refined ('llu|le, The annual report of the collie Navy Relief Society shows the
Room he use. One and e'ne-half baths Kitchen electrically c-quljiid :Mel following figures: Cases Amount
sacela Sat" rday, May ('llm >It'trly Insulated Two scieenedroiehes -ct. 'J7CT1 a r 1700 '
Outright grants: !
3.010' 175,106
Also on the tlay'i program will I 49J2: Dundee Kd Luke, 2 Hcdioom levcei apailment\ unfuinlsheel -
1Jf'R demonfctrat ;an of aerial act 0I Shoit hone 22.153:: Lt.1 I bb1'M2 2 l,,'dicK>m utter nptilmentfn Loans 21<,r>61 1,633,340
1'I m'lIth club come' In txcclitnt nikhed In i.i hate Ihiilex In Conveitrcl to GI bhulil SIr
l tics by the famed Blue Angels"who eonclltionMII llnunee Cull Hlveixlele Mis Afltchtllt t-M"ilIII1 ( written off 4,218 (
1 O.3Z8
were f 'i rnet ly l-axed here at | It Claok extension lIO fr :l.SI:2f1.Si : .ITt .
Non financial cat thI Mi .::
, f MAS Jas I stilts! ef Chic'Is Ahltts Hit but is wanted Can handle fc ur lidos >


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I Unit Numerous Diversified Tasks Carried Out

Historybook 6

By Local Fleet Aircraft Squadron Six

... Commanding the I Altho.gh p"srelllle.. o a modest
.. .
It 1 i mil' I dotted | beginning, Flee Aircraft Service its own-- hangar 115. ed in aIpa! that it oul l call
FASKON Six Is i Squadron Six bas<*d at the Naval BOASTS OF'r ::1.r'rEIo\ baseball.
L(' lr. Walter G. 1 Air Station If gradually becoming Air Group i If'ht am 4 on the

Barnes, left, who one o' the larger. and most scene during the 'list two A'eekt' MKX: GLAD TO RK IliCKK

gets togetherhere I responsible et aircr. 't service ii November 1948, from Norfolk, Fleet Aircraft Service SquadronS

for a confab squadron the Navy. Va., Air ":1 up Four came herein :x Is commanded by Lcdr, Walter -
with executive February also frorr Norfolk,
) Originally irtenderf: to be a
officer I* e dr medium sized sqi'adron! with an Va., and /ir Group, Thirteen, the G. Barnes, a native of Color ado -

Clem n, Connal- ,I allowance of 12 officers and 213 third Fleet Air .acksonville! group Commander Barnes attendedthe

I Iv. The local unit enlisted men to be respons'ble for which FASRON Six services University of Colorado for

U griming Into | the support of one air group containing has just arrived from San D'ego, ttiee yeats and then went off to
one of the lur.Pllt .-- Calif. During the last six months,
five Fleet Air-
squadrons, Alaska as a gold miner during
and moat"" responsible '; I FASRON Six has also to. : sup-
craft Six at the I
Squadror presenttime !!
Y AS- porting Air 3rc"p Seventeen and the middle 1930's. While there he
supports three air groups I!
RONS In the which comprise fifteen squadrons, I i|I Air Group One through its augmenting attended the 'nlverslty of Alua.Entt'rlng .

Navy Air Groups Eight, Four and Thirteen unit t up a: Cecil Field, Naval Aviation r.s a
but FAiJROi; Nine has recentlyarvived
I i I to relieve cadet in 1 93 the local unit
I" STAKTKD I [VIRGINIA i|iof. that respoii." oility. Barnes has !serv! as a carrier

4 A total of 22 officers and 358 I Men of FASRON Six stand out torpedo pilo instr-ment instructor -

enlisted men carry out the multiple I'''in athletic competition as w.ll as I navigator of a carrier, VPBPV
and intensified tasks of the'technical
r achievement. Ensigns ( ) Squadr'IefJJ11mander and as
local FASRON Six and there ale Paul Pelt: and David Doll, two Operations officer at NAAS Chin-

prospects that an additional au- c; the units ithleitcs, were stars.on I coteague, Va.

,._._ .. gumenting unit will besigned | the varsity basketball team. LcdrClem E Connally, F'AS-
in the near future"I The squadron's golf squad finished I RON's execut' officer, is a

I FASRON Six originally; came :! In the runner-up !spot! for the j I Texan who has served mot of

TO IX ALL the lul't'ru'k there Is !: into exirte..ce in September i station golf 'lonora, losing to HOBpital i I his naval career in carrier a,'ja-
ala>'M the office staff, shown, here 18'8 at NAAS Oceana, Va. The in the pla ''offll Officer and j jI tion. lIe graduated from TexasA

(clockvtlM') Lt. (Jg) Ralph Jones personnel stay at Cceana was r'rot t however I enlisted bowlers of the unit placed & M in 1938 and from Pen a-

officer; Hamilton Hughes, YNI ; and the ttquadion departed high in intra-mural jmpetition II t )la in 1910.Carrying .

Whit I'. :Siilyi-r, Y.\3j: Richard I). Ia\N, I' for NAS acksonville on November :j with the officers losing out in out their varied and

.. YNSN; and Joseph 3. Waselewskl, I, 1948. Instr -Ijrs': Aviation :, the finals to Overhaul and Repair manifold tasks fog a responsible!

YNSN. P Training: Unit was still occupying i while the .nlisted keglers finished i outfit the men of FASRON Six

1 II "7 4., .... .. thj spaces thf F A RON was to ; third in their lass. With the arriv have almost to the mun expressedthat

,. ... occupy, BO it was not until the 1 of summer spoils, a numberOf it was great "to be stationedat
1i >" middle of November the t the FASRON Six will
; .,. men be competing Naval Air Station, Jackson
newly arrived sqUl dron was hous- in tennis, swimming and ville."


Colored WorkersBanquetDance Weekend


1IIina i 7 fii Notes

Being ArrangedPlans from

t I
are under way here for NART'J

an all-station colored employees
.1' ;..1 ;.::r .t..aT'L banquet and dance to be held .

May 27 at the Two-Spot club in I No organized reserve squadrons
.I Jacksonville.A weie I schedule*' for drill last Lt (jgi I Frank Coghlan and Seymour -
1 An <>Null shot of I the "flour" ek.end
/: with the result that
/I....... recreation committee has Toole AF1. Toole had a
I I i>f the FASItOX'n home hangar and SlJndlwt're
: been selected to assist the Em- Saturday rather big time assisting the photographers -
: 115. quiet for most of NAR1 J.
of I Manyof
ployee Services Section the from Life magazine who
!M: the active personnel participated -
.- -- -- li.dustllal Relations division in covered the initiation.At .
:<< making preparations for the af- I I or had the opportunity to the
" Sunday show, Don
'l. r fair. The committee, headed by attend the Southeastern Air Show
I Strummel, who nnounces mostof
held during the two days in town.
t WM7 chairman William A. Ford of the NARTU the country's larger air shows' ,
joined with pilots of Air
Public Works department, is composed "
I was made an honorary \\'eekI -
Groups one and seventeen to -
of Frank Courtney, Supply i pl'eIIl'nt I end Warrior", Don always speaks'
A the combined
crew goesto Naval and
department; Harry T. Williams I Naval well of the "Weekend Wairiors"and
Air Reserve
work In making Public Works; P L. Edwards, O I aerial par- was impressed with the decal\

I MR enginerluinge. and R; George Anderson, Supply I ticipation. NARTU's contribution that so NARTU men haveon
; was the lisp: ly of the flyi.ig! slogan many
t ChiefHerbert I u artment; Elliot Bryant. Public : in close format'on of five the windshield of their cars.
Works; and Jeff Brunson, I Captain Pnestman had one of
,le Io'6IHf'IJloats, "Naval Reservei
O and R.Baron .
the decals mounted
on plexiglass
Cruel i I Tacks Peace Power". The five
(left) McLeod and his band and made into a medalion which
i letters
mi-en the \\ 0\-1 has been engaged for the dancingand Meet under high the wings were painted he placed around Strummel's neck

of Tilli.wn + arrangements are being I at the ceremony.All .
made to have a floor show for Captain Prlestman! was guest i
lone, ADS: (atop .. the affair, '! of honor at the ai- show along I of NARTU and squadron

i plane) and left to I 1 with other distinguished person- ,I VMF-141 in articular was shocked -
at the news of the death cf) Lt.
right, DanielICod.rUk I alities. He had the privilege of i;.I
Thomas R. Heisel. Heisel Florida
crowning Miss Marilyn Oveibyof a -
AJ)('; Gainesville! as Queen of the U. student, attended drills cf
the :Marine Air Reserve .
Willard Balk h.iow. The Captain and NARTU's regularly.He

AnSi and Cahln good friend, Zack Mosely, creatorof met death in a midget plane
the race at an air show In California.
AD2. aviation comic strip,
L Heisel
was making quite a
"Smilin' Jack"
were judges all i
the selection of the LiI' De-icer j I name for himself in small plans:
1 racing ci des and ham
queen at the aviation ball held recently
_._ _... placed third in the Continental
"'nu.un.v iiigiii. itL mr noosevcnI
P LIL Hotel. The winner, Miss Ellen Trophy race at the Miami Air
7 C INSTIUIMKX"SHOT The I' Sumrall, will represent Jacksonville show 'in January. The plane in
-- shop looks almost like a spring at the Miami Air Maneuvers which he met death was one that

garden now that winter is onlya next January.' ''he and Curtiss Pitts, well known

memory. All those pretty pas- I designer, had built themselves
tels that the ladies are wearing '| One of the highlights of theevening's | and which Heisel had flown to

i t' .!se days make you think of a > festivities in conjunction NAS Jax thr last time he attnd.
i bouquet of bright! colored posies. I[| with the air show was the i ed drill here.

I Rumor has it that Chief Stack j Florida Flying Gatol'S' Initiation t ,
'ball at the Peacock
is going: to have to pay rent in club. Eight Old
Hen: "Let me give you a bit
members of
These lads are NARTU" were put
the Gyro Room. Just what, old of good: advice"
rw fe t hard at It buildIng ,I b"'\n is the reason fo" so much which through included the har-raising initiation. Young: Hen: "What is It?"
time spent there, as if we didn't I walking through: j
up a quick Old Hen: "An egg a day keepsthe
aligator infested
I know Daisy Williamson says an swamp barefooted "
engine change j I axe away.
s ; she is just an old fashioned girl, course the gators'mouth
: unit Left to right I but Florence Barlow has been were wired, but that wasn't

*z are Win. ChanI I ;suggesting a change. Just what known tit later.) Those brave Tout: "I told you Peripateticwould
enough to join the popular fly- win in walk."
kind of change did have in a
g filer, S.V; Jnine you
I I rind, Florence ? Dusty ing club were Captain Priestman, I Trackman: "That so ? I thoughthe
Walker, ADS; "Scrooge" Rhode has started Com dr. Jack Barleon, Lt. Col.! lost."

| Robert Edward; *, ; (charging a nny Interest on every l<'rf'ernanY.. Williams; Comdr. Tout: "Yes he did, but that wu>

I AD:; and Chief I< nickel loaned t out. He's planning I Francis E. Schrader Lcdr. LloydG i because all the other horses insisted

tas I Arnold Itlytheu I I on making Its first million I -, Barnard; Lt. Jack Hestilow, on. running.. "
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'soon, but it seems a little unusual!
j ho U checking I :to about it in this n
go way.
I (the progress, of j Hydraulic Oil I enk. ;
< Congratulations

tire \\(,rk. I McLeods.I are It't in order bouncing for the D.baby A. f@ i o L o n o f o j .

boy Does't C C. Riddle ever ,
worry at all when he fines: that

i Cray'ton Garrett 'I. his passenger MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

In i that plane? News Flash! Mo\le": WeekduyK-.1730 and :\\l't'k-t'nd'l-t-lSO and 2000,

reports that he can live on $6.00 "HOME IN SAN ANTONE". with R y Acuff and James Thomas.
a week. Either he's planning to FRIDAY

A noted) meat pucker named Seaman: "You lo k"I I' really live on love and not much "PRIDE OF THE YANKEES", featuring Gary Cooper and Teresa
Young didn't get much sleep lat night." I else or he's found grocery store\ 1\'r igh t.

Friend: "I didr.'t. The with ante-belli'm prices The SATURDAY AND SI'NIIAY
One (Jay when his nerves were un couple I Inl'xt
entire department 's saddened by "WORDS AND MUSIC"
door starring June Allyson and Perry Como.MONDAY .
strung were fighting: nil night, t the death of stand operator Bob

Pushed hiii .....ift''? ma, uriMin hammer and tong." J Marshall, who} was killed when a "MUTINEERS", with Jon Hall and Adele Je.- en.,
In the chopping roar hine Seaman: "'''ho won?" Stearman PT-19 he was piloting TUESDAY: ANI WEDNESDAY:

He canned her and) labeled' ItT Fiiend": "She did, the had the ([lashed at Halt airport, )last Sat "THE YOUNGER BROTHERS", featuring Jan! Paige and
Tongue. ,urday. Wayne Moiiis.


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Page Font JAX AIR 5 May 1949r ,

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4 i eQN I Local Nine Splits S

lOuring Road Play.

q s k Tampa U. Crew Comes Here

; t : For Week-End EncountersA

.. Ir t l l'S lS

slow starting Jax Navy nine is starting to catch fire

if the recent road trip is evidence of things to come. During

l.tUSlsnn: : RIGHT W\Y-Three of the hundred or more youngsters! from the junior--'ami' :I the past week the local diamondeejs split a pair of two-game

senior. Schools in Jacksonville now' undergoing advanced HulniinlngInstruction* at the Jax-Sa\'y: 1 series with the Green Cove Springs Bullets and the Florida

I Boj.' Swimming !School, take n few' "flutter kl 'ki during the second| Nion at the Indoor pool I Southern Moccasins.

In it
sutiirdaj I The locals c ad:ed two ictlms to I : : :
!a-e-b;;; ;
-- the Coxemen first wlr in two appear
the list by dumping ,
I I heartbreaker I ".nct's. Webb took over with Jax-
Tigers Clash 7-3 after dropping a

Home Sports Slate 35 AspiringFor I by a 8-5 count, to the neighboring I Navy a single tally behind and
Mason limited the losers to three singles
: nine last Wednesday on
\ With City NineIn Sports calender for the com Field. At Lakeland the local team I and two. runs (in the last three

ing week Varsity | dropped the first game of a cantos. The Boernermen put to-

BASEBALL University of double header to the Mocs, 2.1'but ? ther four Florida miscues anda

Jax SundayNaval Jax at Mason the brace of singles to send 4 runs
Tampa vs Navy came back to cop nightcap,
Field, 1600 Friday May 6. Softball ClubApproxlmatt'ly 10-8 over in the 6th inning and added

Air Station's baseball another run for good measure in
University of Tampa vs and the Jax-
crew w make t'.eii local I Friday their half of the 7th .
Navy at Mason Field, 1430, .
35 softballeis men will play host to the University
debut Sunday afternoon whenthey Saturday 7. i i In his first start of the seasol
May club at Mason
have been working out i'nder the of Tampa
clash with t..e Harlem Harlem Square Giants vs NAS- : John Goodens posted the 7-3 win
Field with the first getting
at the Power Plant diamondin game
Square Giants on the latter dia- Jax Tigers at Harlem Square, arcs over the BIII le's at Green Cove
at 1600 and the next
mond in Jacksonville. Game time Jacksonville quest of a starting berth on underway Springs, last Thursday. Goodens
at 1430 The Navy nine takes to
is 14 M, I 8.SO"'TBALL. the 1049 NAS varsity softball limited the Covemen to 6 scattered ;
May nine I I the road again for a pair of games ;
The locals, who were slated tot Intra mural with the Georgia State Teachers hits.
at Pensaco'a: : diamond From the roster Lcdr George I SCOlt.nLY L LI i
ay Wednesday in games on Hospital : College, Tuesday and Wednesday.
the seasons' opener have been : Ordnance and Gunnery dia- Nulf of the Physical Training department 'I I Russ Burris, doubled to left to
holding: practice session at Mason'' mond and fields 2, 3, 4, and 5 who has been puttingthe 1 open the game and scored the
twin-bill with
field for sever'a' weeks under I simultaneously Monday thru men through their paces in In the ,Saturday first run on vVebb's single Wool- t
Florida Southern, Chuck Webb,
the direction, of Chief Stokie Thursday All games start at intra-squad games, expects to car- I : bright then tripled down the ,
I JaxNathlrdsacker,
Mott i 1530 ry enough men when the regular regular rlghtfield-hne sending Webb in .1

Nat Caatille, ace pitcher for the SWIMMING -- Three outdoor season starts to make up two pulled twirling the the iron-man and stunt servingas by with the sr .,d Jax tally. 1
teams opener
Tiger nine is expected to handler pools for recreational swim fireman in the nightcap. In Goodens kept the Covemen

the hurling duties in Sunday's encounter I ming Ma:nside, ChIef's and All the positions are open Aspirants his first mound Webb away from the plate for 8-innings
WAVES wishing t' try out for the appearance but couldn't hold them back in '
Castille, besides being an pool are now open I dropped a sensational, 2.verdict

outstanding; pitcher, swings a pow- [ for Personnel and their dependents team may do so by showing up but came back in the second frayin the 7th when ey jumped him .

erf bat. Backstopping duties in 1000-2100 Weekdaysand at practice The team is planningto relief of Gus Gushanas in the for three markers on a brace of

:Canday: meeting with the Giants Saturday's and 1200-2100 play teams from the City of fifth canto to score a 10-8 singles! and a walk,

will probably go to Edward Holiday I Sundays. Jacksonville iiile the intramural triumph I Woolbrlpht on the brink of

season is still on, then followingthe his initial win of the current sea-
I A pitching duel between Webb
close of the all-station t- nnanient I hon, had a crasl with fate here
Chief Mott will start ChuckCarter and Southern chucker, Ray Spit- '
Winners NamedIn the local varsity nine expects 'I when the Bullets pushed across
at first base, George Gilbert tel ensued in the initial fray
Woman's to schedule games with other three ions !in the 9th to tie the i,
at second, Harvey Jackson Play The local moundsman limited his
powerful service teams 'n this score, and take the game in the t
at short, and Walt LassUter at opponents to a pair of safeties and
Boots Ellison was declared Inner vicinity llth when they scored another j
third base
for the comingtilt.. I blazed his fast one across to send '
of the Officers Wives Club The local a.sity softball nineIs trio of runs
From seven candidates for the 14 batters down swinging while .
outfield, the three picked to taketo golf ringer tournament in pi'ogres also slated to compete'. in the I I Spittel erased 13 Navy batsmenvia .

the field in Jacksonville this and with all-Navy play-offs and e Jack- the strikeout route, in eight
during March April, sonville City tournament, which 6th Naval District'Golf
\ eek-end are Har"y Peck in left Cathy Thor't.e finishing in therunnerup innings of a scheduled seven
will be later in the
staged season
hell, Luke Moffit in center and frame contest.
spot.In I
Several hurlers for Eliminations-
promising Southern broke scoreless
Harry heeler in the right field up a
last week's club play Boots the 1949 NAS team who have been -
corner tie in its half of the 6th on two ,

In 'I Ellison won low gross and also working out in inlrasquad games walks and a sacrifice, but Jax Underway July 3
reserve will be Dick Walker, I
Paul nke and Earl Gul-
Luke McDaniel Ed used the fewest number of putts are F't came back and tied it up when
Stanley, Ray I ledge Ed Bucherlch of :Marines; Station linksmen have another
Buchanan in the 7th
elstron and Willie Nelson for a double and Buzz Brostrom for crack at the
now pitching and tallied on Ken Werners opportunity a
I I division Terry "* i th won net for the Police Texas leaguer over third. With All-Navy golf crown if the:/ successfully -

: Pt. Bows in the A class I Possible candidates for back- two Mocassins on the sacks in the pass the test at. the

Cherry I Low gross in the Class B group stopping duties art John Walsh, | 8th, George Hionides, Southern Sixth Naval District eliminations

To Local Golfers was garnered by Marilyn O ; L try LinJgien and James Till- :' first-baseman drove a base hit scheduled to get under way July

Keefe, with :Tsobel Minter taking' i an of the Marines: and Roy Cole- into deep center to knock in the 3.

man, Par'alot't backstop. winning marker. I i Last season Jax-Navy'a divot-
Jax-Navy linksmen scored their l lov net and Erma Sthrader grab I
dgging: crew composed of Tony
second bing least number-putts honors In the contests with City teams \KliU SCORES KKLIhK MIX
straight win over the
Grego, Erwin Scott, Joe Mac
\ :.tith: are expected to begin soon
Point In the C Thelma Lee finished A fine bit of relief
Cherry Marines, 229! to 7i., group hurling by Donald, and Sam ShanguU, cop
at the local layout Tuesday with low gross while Louise at least three games a week are I Webb in the second tilt, after the
: ped the Seventh Naval District
Tony Grego of NAS was low Gingrich took low net and least expected to be played The power- Southern clouters had chased
nting by sting Key
medalist plant diamond will 'e the scene Ace and Gus Gushanas
with a 74, while Amil putts_ Woolbright
West. NAS took the trl-district
Fury garnered a 77 with Jim I of nearly all the varsity tilts. I from the mound, enabled him to I
.... crown in a mad scramble betweenthe
T a' ---- ----
the ---------- --
JTC:: a ii best effort lor me
Seventh, Eighth and Ninth
:2 irines In Full Swing na.al district representatives

A hole in one by Harris of Ma-
The local quartet did not fare

lines on the seventh hob went to so well in the All-Navy finals
Intra Mural Softballers Continue Hot Pace
avail -
no as arrls and his mate and only Erwin Scott was selectedfor

Cosely dropped their match to the All.
a post on Navy squad.

Amil Fury and Bob Thiel of the ,I As Circuit Competition Enters Third WeekFour With Scott, MacDonald and Shan-
locals 8' to ,
Mi Grego and Bill gula since transferred from the

Coresel paired to take a 7.2 win I base, the brunt of the locals' efforts
clubs, the Chiefs and Marines -- ---------
from Beverly and Lee I of the American league and IVJo'.133 I i, the mound fo: the victors, strik- I will fall on Tony Grego.
Doc Henderson and Bill Will. and VF-43 in the Na In_ out 13 bacige-toters and allow- Lost 1 All-Navy finals this year, which

iams took a 7-2 margin from Ing only two hits. Charley Hine Chiefs 4 0 will be held
tional league circuit, boast perfect Marines 4 0 I at Parris Island, S.
Rouche and Price of the visitors, I garnered a double to drive in its C from with
skeins of four victories to VU ,1 1 August 10-t3, members -
wl lie Marine Mulane took the odd set the pace in their respective winning runs.FASRON VAH 1V..Ul f of the 1948 Navy team who I

match fromI Stevens, 3-0. j another stiff : ::1 competed in the Inter-Service
I Six
The locals intra-mural loop competition. I v A.35' J 2 .
tined out in their I Old Jupe Pluvius applied the competitor in the National circuit V F.42 2 2 I tourney, being made eligible with

match with Stetson here Saturday brake to scheduled games Monday I notched thPee last Com 'l.Ilr i 1 3 out participating in eliminations.The .
will meet Florida State at I taking Dirpenett'y J 3O'dllluI'e
TalL.hassee for the first time since the week by a close 7.5 tilt lit Gunnery 1 3 twelve top most Navy links-
"ay and return softballers began action over two'' from Overhaul and Repair. In the V F.15 0 3 men will compete against Army
home to face Camp LeJeune May l'h'llt' Lab 0 4 I and Air Force clubs .
11. weeks ago, causing postponementof remaining game last Thursday, __ In the Inter
six American league frays. 'F81 captured their first victoryby 0-- I Service joust at Maxwell Field,

The Chiefs chalked up win num- defeating VF-82, 3.2, I Ala, from August 170;

"SPORTS : ber four over VU, 11-5: to retain In the Ymerlc.n league last r cPoNteL I .

[ ; QUIZ J first place along with the Marines Wednesday f>mFalr lost to VF4 I 'Baseballers Eye

who in the meantime disposed I ", 9-0: Chiefs beat VU il-5, Paul i ___' _
1. John McGraw one of the of Ordnance and Gunnery, I King registered a home run trio | General Assembly meeting- of All-Navy Finals

greatest baseball managers of all 7-5 I pie, two doubles and a singleto
the CPO mess ( on Monday
time, is claimant to the title, I Racking up their fourth consec- lead Dispensary In downing I open The sixth Naval District baseball
\9 May *t 2000. All members are
"Most u.lve win, undefeated VF-133 Photo 14-9 VF-131 tournament the first in
pennants by one manager. Lab : whipped requested to at ,nd BINGO'! step
Can you name the number I banged out a 16-4 victory over VA-44, 6-2' Marines downed O&G the march to the All-Navy festival -
will te
Bingo 'ayed! on Friday
2. The original Jack Dempsey i Supply last Thursday. The win 7and; VA-85 registered a 1491win I slated for September, will be
I- 6 May at 2000. Big Jackpot! .
(there were two yell know) of threw them into a first place tie over VF-45 the I I held during; the week of July 24 at
GOLF! Plans for CPO golf
t ". boxing fame was active before in the Natioial League with VF- In the National last Tuesday, a site yet undetermined
for May are
the 1900s Do you know his famous 43 also boasting four wIns. Red Williams hurled NARTU toa tourney way I The winner of the Sixth Naval
All intereste
golfers please con-
nlcknare3. ". I The same afternoon Mack Mur- 20-0 victory over VF-81; VF-41 district will advance U the South-
tact Chuck Schode at extension I
The most famous football ray pitched NARTU to a 3-2 trl- i defeated ''ol ce, 5-4, FASRON Central group eliminations which .
6tH. New atmosphere -
combination of all time was the Uiiiph over VF.135, allowing four'' picked off VF-82, 13-4; VF-43, created at the Chiefs'pool begin August 7 at New Orleans

"Four Horsemen of Notre Dame." hits in seven frames. The Re- humbled Supply, 7-2; Hospitalsank the beautiful lawn furniture (- I La The winner 0: the South-Cen

What were their names ? I serves softballers gathered seven VF-135, i3-0; and VF.133 by cornplet' with multicoloredbeach I tral meet will win the right to

4, Who set what is believed to hits in the fray. bl-sted out a 0-0 win over Over- battle for the East coast title at

5'G be the longest hole-in-one in I Herb Landers tallied a fourth haul and Repair umbrellas Bring your best the Inter-group tourney at Nor
and cool drink aftera
a'' golfing annals What was the I inning home run, driving In two girl enjo folk, Va the week of August 23.
in the 1.
NATIONALWon dip spacious >
distance men, to lead VF-43 In a 7-4 viet Lost pc The East coast winner goes up .

ANSWERS y over VF-41 Red Nth, an- VF,m 4 0 I I against the Pacific Area titleholder .
Vs'.4i: 4 II
'.101 qUI PJ0...: .q1 uo aae I other powerful VF-43 slugger collected Hospital :I 0 I LITES AND MIKES In the September finals

tug Sues ae.tnoa '*& '>jy '...\1{ "II t 3S two of out three hits in KASRON 6 3 0 Errol: Flynn's clash with the with one of the Paciific Command
the tilt NARTU ;S 1 New York constabulary had its teams playing as host '
UI.t8d( iu.rD tu !itVHI |[! \ 'J I Vt4U j 1 .
While I Whiff 13 uncomfortable moments, but paid I >
'up"tI"J .I.WI ( ) :J"mYI uoa tlm) Undefeated Hospital chalked up VK-8I w 1 3 off In notoriety Opined the swash Frank Morgan tries the ott.por'i

:.r"4JJPIl1'JS e.t.teif (b I 'C its third win la t. Thursday with Oveihiul & Repair I I 0 0 :3 iI'ollfe buckler' [lrelJlJ agent: "That valuable trayed Buffal Bill role next In 'i.J;

'U"JuJuoN .L I 2.1 triumph Over the Police 3u[ |tlir 0 4Vt front page' publicity can't be Movrelands version of Annie Get .
starred bought. Your Gunr .
White on V 4
4C squad Henry IVi
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