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 26, 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 )
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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; HolidayFor All In Observance Of Memorial Day .j

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Graduation Set Second SessionOf 1

For Swim Class

,., Two groups of intermediate and : Forum Today :
senior boys from the Jacksonville ;
schools who have been trained In'
advanced swimming at the Jax-

Navy Boys' Advanced Swimming Three More High OfficialsTo
School will demonstrate their progress -
in a "graduation" program :
at. 2000 Saturday at the Indoor. Speak At Final ProgramFollowing
Pool where the training has been

conducted. an auspicious first-day presentation, Tuesday
Parents and friends of the students the second session of the "Know Your Navy Symposium"
have received special Invitations i -"""""'" a
from the commanding officer FORUM IltiADLINERS forum designed to familiarize citizens with current topics a

for the final night's program, The i Continuing the discussions at pertinent to the Navy, will be held today with afternoon

...,. program will include exhibition the "Know Your Navy Symposium" and evening sessions scheduled at the NATTC auditorium I
diving by the Red Cross Volunteer, )
the first session of which
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I Navy personnel, and civilian
i' life-saving corps a water ballet was held here Tuesday, will be
: by the Junior Red Cross girls' three more top-notch Navy officials employees can attend the after. i Insignia Contest J

swimming club and demonstration who will feature today's I noon program at 1500 while
I of skills and various techniques by program. Speakingtoday will members of Duval county civic I Now In ProgressPresently 1

{- the student themselves be Rear Adm. William S. Parsons clubs and their families and special
I without
d Conducted by the Duval County (top left) member of guests will be on hand for I the Naval Air an official Station insignia 1
,. chapter of the Red Cross, with the weapons evaluation group for I the evening portion which commences 1* I
conducting a campaign to obtainan
cooperation of the Navy, the swimming the National Military Establishment I at 2000.Speaking 'j
". school began here April 23 insignia depicting its present 'J
;i' ; Capt. William A.
will be Rear
IL tonight
mission; $)0 Bond
a Savings
with successive classes held each !
Schoech, (tup right) Bureau of ,
Adm. Daniel V.
Gallery, in to be awarded for the
Saturday morning In the five
and Rear Adm.
of the
, charge Navy's guided missile sketch
, -
weeks the Jax school ,
preceding Daniel V. Gallery (bottom) in
operations, who will talk on All drawings to be .
I ale submit.ted
:: have been trained by
youngsters of
charge the Navy's guided
"Current Notes On Research
and 8
on x 10'! white
Red Cross instructors, all of them missile operations. JI plain paper
Development; Capt. William A suitably colored and accompaniedby
qualified life guards. Rescue -- --- -- --
_____ ___ Schoech, director of
skills, artificial respiration and I h : plans, co- a brief explanation of the design .
using a line ordination division, Bureau of Contestants may submit as
wading rescue rescue Base To Observe Donors1
qr. ..or ring buoy will be part of the 7 Blood I Aeronautics, who will stress "How nany drawings as they wish. Opento
Much It Costs- and Why" and
work undertaken ; all Navy and civilian personnelhere
Saturday morn-
l Ing before the final tests I Full Legal Holiday rAid Life Battle I Rear Admiral William S. Parsons, the contest will officiallyclose
;: member of the weapons evalua- June 15. All entries must

, Bates Red will\Cross be awarded proficiency to Certill-I IOn Memorial DayA Heartfelt thanks for blood tion group for the National Mili- be forwarded to Room 237, Ad.
tII" the donated by seven Air Station I II tary Establishment, speaking on ministration Building.The .
who successfully pass "
, s' ". session this Saturday morning. members, in the battle for life !| "Atomic Thought Today. mission of the Naval Air

..... - - 21-gun salute from the new I of 11-year-old Arthur Joe Salter At Tuesday's forum Rear Ad- Station, officially changed as of
battery of twin three.inch guns I I of Jacksonville, has been miral Charles R. Brown defended I November 1, 1948, Is as follows:
will highlight brief ceremonies extended by the child's foster 1 sea-power. pointing out the past, "Support of carrier air grouter,
Shore Golfers mother, Mrs Lillian Lunce- present and future roles of sea- Reserve Training Naval Air Tech-
Monday as the Naval Air Station I
iford. power. The Chief or Staff to the nical Training Unit, and Aviation
joins the rest of the nation in | 111 for three months of lu j President, Naval War College bitterly I Class 'A' Overhaul and Repair, Air

Snare Honors observance of Memorial Day, I( kemia the 11-year-old Jax ladI attacked the shrewd cam Supply activities Provide facilities \ -

which has been declared a holiday I died Sunday at Jefferson hos- paign being waged against Naval I to support regular operationsby :
for military and civilian I pital in Birmingham, Ala., Aviation, reporting that the vital 2 carrier, air groups, NARTU
|In TourneyIn personnel i where he was moved when his role naval aviation played inContinued 'and Fleet Logistic Support Win{
I condition became dangerous. ( on Page 2)) I Detachment."
Manned by a Navy gun crew, The local men who contrib .
one of the biggest single the holiday salute will be firedat uted blood at the request of
, day turnouts of the year, the one-nunute intervals begin. the blood bank while Arthur Blue Cross Plan Enrollment

shore station aggregation captured ning at 1200. Colors will be at Joe was at the St. Vincent's I
" the open golf meet sponsoredby half.mastlnm the last shot is hospital in Jax include Clifford
! ., the Navy Relief Society at the I fired. Dodson, ACM; Roman Now Available To Workersweek
local layout Saturday by annex.
Kusmanski SN James Patterson
Station personnel will also ;
'.... ing 58 points to a total 54 regis- par- ---- .
SN Sinko AN2 Enrollment in Blue Cross hospitalization -
services off the ; Joseph ;
in reservation
ticipate l in their respective sections.
,. tered by combined forces of and Blue Shield medi-
The Marines will providethe Harry AL3; Howard This Is the first
Fleet linksmen color guard while 48 Navy Trammell, AD2; and George I cal insurance is now open to civil- have had opportunity employees -
with a handicap of 35 since May 194*
will color Messer, AE3Poppies. Ian employees of the Naval Air
personnel serve as J to subscribe to the
Lcdr Edmund Foster walked off plans Appli-
3. I Station, it has been announced by
bearers in the of colors
massing cations will not be
: with low medalist honors with a the Employee Services section of open again until -
the Memorial at
-: neat 65, one stroke better than during Park Jacksonville service On Sale the Industrial Relations division May 1950 However, new employees
,:-- Comdr. Tom Hillis, Capt. David Hemming in are given 30 days after
;.. Green, Comdr, Chet Briggs and The Station band will also par. Members of the Veterans of Present members of these pro- employment to subscribe.
. tective services now take
Lcdr Tom Getchel, who all finish ticipate in the Hemming Park Foreign Wars branch 7909 and may Huge Enrollment
ed the day's play with 66's. services which begin at 1630, con Ladies Auxiliary of the American vantage of the present enrollment : The Blue Cross on December 31,
to make
Chief. H, D. Tannhill Doc. Hen. ducted by the American Legion Legion will conduct their annual period necessary changes. 1944 reported a membership of 3.-
to existing contracts and for addition
(Continued on Page 2) t Post No, 9. Poppy sale at the Air Station I of dependents. Employeeswill 370 in the Florida region and to-
- Friday from 1100 to 1300 day boasts of a membership of
fill out application forms supplied I
Poppies will be sold at the over 183,000 state m mbel's. Near.ly .
by respective supervisors. I
Ship's Service, the civilian cafe 800 employees of this activity
Each department will designate a
Academy Midshipmen! teria and the station bank, Pro- j representative to handle the drive, I I have availed themselves of the In-

ceeds from poppy sales go to ben. expected to last approximately one I: surance and from all indications,
efit disabled veterans. this figure will be boosted sub

stantially at the end of the pies-
Due For Summer Visit ----------
: ent enrollment drive During
-IyT 1948 it was reported that a total

A total of 756 second class S of $1,039,602.88 was paid for Blue

midshipmen from the U S. Naval ion is slated for arrival August Cross members' hospitalization,
Academy are due to visit the Naval 126, and the fourth battalion will representing 79.6 per cent of th"year's
Air Station during the make its appearance here Sept. 8. ( receipts.The

months of June, July, August and I Visit 21 Stations + Blue Shield plan inaugurated -
September as part of their sum- This year's innovation of the in 1946, U a surgical plan

:/ mer training program. air cruises has been planned as sponsored by the doctors of Florida -
i j' Comprising four battalions, the an important and essential phase | Married subscribers whose
)j, midshipmen will arrive aboard total income is $3,000 or less, or
of aviation training the
the station in the Caroline Mars, will Individuals whose total income is
'. the Navy's largest transport men summer training.receive The midShiP-1 $2,000 or less, are fully covered

H.x plane. The first group of 92 men men will visit 21 of (Continued on Page. J)
of the first battalion is scheduledto key air stations in the
arrive here June 6, while the
the air cruises, which have been'
second group of the same battal- Memorial Services
so arranged as not to interfere
ion is due June 19! aboard carriers. (
with training I At Station ChapelA
of the second
The two groups '
battalion will arrive July. 15 and The itinerary of the first cruise S :
includes Jacksonville; Pensa- special program in observance
the third battal
20 respectively, cola Fla.; Corpus Christi!, Tex.; of Memorial Day will be held Sun

Moffet Field, Calif.: Denver, day at 1045 at All-Saints' Chapel .

Enlisted Dance Colo; Glenview, Ill.; Floyd Ben with station chaplain Capt..
nett Field, N. Y; and Patuxent, Francis Lee Albert speaking on

Slated Md.; later cruises will include ... _, c .,....._. "America's Memorial Day".
Friday visits to naval air stations at .jj' ""''j'r 'n Member of the Fleet Reserve

Minneapolis, Minn.; Seattle, TO THE WINNERS-As captain of the Shore team which captured Association and Ladies' Auxiliary
A crew's dance Is slated fury Wash.; Quonset Point, R. I.; Norfolk the open golf tournament staged here last Saturday for the of the Fleet Reserve Associationwho
, Friday evening at 000. at the Va; Key West, Fla; New benefit of the Navy Relief Society, Comdr. Chester Briggs left, will be special guests, will
Anchorage with the station band Orleans, La.; San Diego, Calif.; accepts the prize trophy on behalf of his team mates, from station parade their colors and place
.1.\, furnishing the music. Plenty of Alameda Calif; St. Louu Mo; Chaplain Francis Lee Albert, at presentation ceremonies followingthe flowers on the Altar in memoryof

:'.j girl*- from ,Jaicill be 'on hand Dallas, Tex; Grosse Isle, Mich,; meet. The combined forces of the Shore squad bested the Fleet departed comrades. anti shiit
;':. ,1" andt refreshments'will! b6 served. Olathe, Kan., and Memphis, Tenn. ,aggregation, captained bjr Comdr, Charles II. Turner, 58-51. mates

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Pope Two JAX AIR NEWS 26 May 1949



Editorial Offices 1 LIFE WITH FATHER .
South Wing, Lower Deck I 1 will be more pleasant. if Mom
Bldg. t>80 I j and the kids take advantage of
Telephone Ext'n..lon--8l84 I I 'I the specials we have in stock I I'at

".dr II. PIsae)', Editor I the moment.
lies IHD..1.| ASH ('hI" l'sa'h..g. AA With June 19th In mind, we .
Staff Writers l put on display just the

The JAX AIR NEWS li published : things Dad will like to receive
weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station from the family.
Jacksonville, Florida, and pi Int. 4 I I Hurry- in and look over the
eel commercially with non-appiopilaico I
new bargains mite, unl.I -
funds at no expense to the novnnmentand
In compliance with !SecNav Circular I forms, shirts socks, slacks, and
letter 45-1918 dated 12 December 1945. \ i the BEST LOOKING TIES ._
Copies are distributed tree of chargeat : At the NOT NEW SHOP in
the Naval Air Station, the Naval i 7
Air Reserve Training 1 Unit, Naval Auxiliary I the Hobby Shop Building. .
Air Station, Cecil Field, and the II Open every Tuesday and S
U. S. Naval Hospital. t Thursday from 1000 to 1400.
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The JAX AIR NEWS U a member of ---

the the Armed Ships' Editorial Forces Press Association Sel\'Ice. and Reproduction !; Blue Cross i

of material from these J4J.
sources must bear a credit line Re pub- Continued from
( rage 1))
Heat Ion of other matter except byservice I Ir
publications Is I pichlblted without under this plan as the participating
permission of Editor JAX AIR I physician have agreed to accept
NEWS. I the payments set up in the
fee schedule as full payment for
r as tltatp :. their services in these cases.

rlN However, those subscribers
whose income exceed the amounts
ii1-ALI mentioned are credited with the .

amount set up in the fee scheduleand

may or may not have to pay
I an additional charge

CHAfTEI Blue Cross hospitalization may
j I be obtained by an individual for
$1.00 monthly while family contracts -
I' are 250. Blue Shield surgical
Attention please' It is time for' I coverage may be obtained

Mother Birthday Party. If your under a family coverage of $2.00
birthday comes in the merry monthof ', per month and $.80 per month per
May, you're invited to the gala ":: Y. I. individual. The family contract
Birthday party, Thursday night, e" includes a husband wife and &n
May 26th at 1930. All hands,
_. unmarried children under 18
please accept this as an official '" ;36vfft.._.: ..Y_..'sa "i.tYk yearsof
t age
invitation. I f TIME FOR DUNKING-As part of their six weeks indoctrination course, these right newly
A last minute, though most Important -I commissioned Navy Nurses undergoing swimming instructions here are I left to right Laura Fedon, I
reminder. Be sure to join Pen Argyl, Pa.; Jessie Rae Franklin McKenzie, Ala.; Elizabeth Sabestyansky, Raritan. N. J.; : SecondContinued
the crowd for the Hearts Party in I Virginia Faeth, Cincinnati, Ohio; Bessie Arnold, Baker, Fla.; Dunelle Westbrook, Cordele Ga.; Hazel -
recreation hall Monday night Horton Wilson N. C. and Bobbie Henley Wetumka Okla. ,
the ;_ ( from Page 1))
May 30th at 1930. It will be as -------- World War II can not easily forgotten
Will rent or share home. Large( rooms -
cut-throat as you like. I Room and board or abate Lucy Ebel, .
It's Big Dance time again! The II I Classified Bulletin 1 i 2973 Downing.I i i Rear Admiral Herbert S. Duck
monthly Red Cross dance will be 6 Room furnished apt, 3 bedrooms, worth, former NAS commanding t
I dining loom, kitchen. H, Peterson,
held in the Mainside Ouditorium I Bulletins will be accepted only until space Is fiUe at the Shir's Service Building, at FOR SALE 7 room house furnished. Screened : tary Educational System", empha.
2000-May 31. Everyone is invited i kitchen: ;;;pt"t I ; porches Quarter of bUx:k off Roose- sized that more will be needed to
40 Olds 4-door sedan. Good condition
1'42 Plymouth, 4-door sedan Good --I' velt. $125 a month, Delcomyn 1166
and for you patients on crutches, Call Chief Gore at 729 or see at 1008 t numerous .C.501'11'1. $650., Scotten Rd. solve the problems of unification
hobble on over. There will be Barln St.. NAS. I can be financed. Mrs. Hansen, Apt. near buses and stores. Will accept of the services than legislative-7G7"4
orchestra May flowers '37 ley-Davidson. motorcycle Contact !I 268.: I one child. Miss Tuich. 2.7300 t lion. chief
girls, an Dale at ext. 233. ', Comloitable room In private home. Garage Presently of Naval ad.J *

dim lights and chow McAnult Ladles' writs watch, 17 Jewel l, white Used Mlxmaster, runs good. Motor and hot water. Mil Warfleld, 2342 visoTy group.. Air Forces University .
and Fetkenhour took the pinochle gold. Radio phonograph RCA Vic I'I St.stand. Dewey$5. Paik.Shackelfoid 3115-A Barr I Pal k. 7.5703.Furnished : Maxwell }Field Ala. Admiral -
tor. K. McCraw, Ext. 8231 or 2-3637: 3 and
last 17 apt. large room
tournament Tuesday May Duckworth
12' runabout boat Stained marine ply 33 Buick 4-door sedan. Good condition Utilities also pointed out that
bath Newly decorated. Incxluded
at ward P.I.Occupational. wood. Built for 5 t o6 hp. motor, I $125. Shackelford., 3115-A Barr S!:i. Mrs, Clancey,2-68tt0.: I i various joint-operated exercises.are .
Paik Ext. 662.
St Dewey
Call Bridges at ext. 286
McKinley or
3572 Heroine)
TherapyTricky Humidifying: type car cooler Ideal for ; doing much in giving each
tells have been the rage this '47 or Olds 97491.Hydramatlc convertible, Excellent desert driving. $5.: Apt. Ue portable Nice furnished room with kitchen privileges -. I service an opportunity to study
U dertied. In Rlveislde section.J318
week. True they are made of I mechanically.) Good ladlo and I.I Hewitt.washing,' machine $10. 8309. Chapman' Oak St. Apt 1. Mrs, OHaia. 7- 'the other's methods.

.; this popular plastic lacing but they '41 heater.Studebaker Ext. :229.,2-tone$350 down.Commander Two keiosene t&Ag". One 75 Ib Ice 6242. Director of Personnel division,
Bedroom and kluhenetl, suitable for
have a new twist to them, and box. KftKoTabl 4502 Irvington Call Bureau
Overdrive, heater and radio. Will sellequity II couple only. By week or month. 240 of Aeronautics Capt. Alvin -
are made on wooden frames. O'Dell, Phone 9-9071. Mi. Palumbo, 2-0853. W. 9th St. I O. Preil last speaker on Tuesday's
Baby carriage: In good! condition, $12.
Pfc. has completed two brightly Ext. 515. Ideal two-family summer home large
I: M. Con Call 2.9564. program outlined the work
Play In good cond and stroller,
pen Call I Fold
attractive at 9-60.
himself anda I
colored belts one !
Landola deluxe 29. Ultra-modem. 7 of the
Reasonable. Weir, 20837. Corner bedroom, twin beds. Phone 7- Naval Reserve, which has
matching one for his wife. J. One baby bathlnelte, deluxe. $27 value months old. special built sleeps four. | 8338. Holsonback, 2315 Paik St. become an integral part of the
Glatcow SN has also made one, for SIS. Ext 425. VV. Banks. Can be I Inquire Cdr. O. R. Tn'ad"'a, Laik-i Small apt.. Magic Chef stove Utilities and
dale Farm Rt. Cove. stressing the work
a looking belt, red white and seen at 14.(2: Cumberland Rd. iie.rn/'l'::: 1 furnished. Mis. Roy J. Miller, 24178. ,
Child-Gills' roll-last bike. Cheap. 8- 7 ru. ft. Genets) "8tor. board being done to replenish the ranks
One large room. or justroom.
1 Hue for his wife. 5710. $160.> 'Estate" electric range, 11"0m'.n. :. Twl i daMa Code, 7- of the Reserves.
built In $165. Both for
Roberts AL3. has '38 Plymouth, good tires Good iunnlng griddle 835: James St.
T. W. just 4489. _
condition. Reasonable. S. D. JOO. Call Lt. (jg) Allen, ext. 576 or 'I -x
: 3 bedroom home In Riverside Manor.
fetching bath mat in 8385.!
completed a
Gi oves, 24275.: Completely uinlshed. For 2 months Shore
a deep green and white. C. W. 16' cjpiess boat, 7 hp. motor. Just FOR RENT from June IMh. Call 2-4Jb6. Mrs
McDonald has been a busy man painted Excellent condition. $275.: R Rooms, Rlveislde section. Lovely cor Embiy.
his toe trouble. First it Carmody, Shop 3270, O&R. ner. Seml-pilvate bath Also double Beautifully' furnished master room.Adjoining I I (Continued from Page 1))
despite Equity and 6-room brick veneer bungalow room, seml-pilvate bath. Kitchenprivilexg ath. Ideal 1 for two. Near 5 derson and Lt Chet Briggs Jr.
is a chenille rug, and now has Electric kitchen. 2'i acres of es, Near bus 81f nAr- Points I Reasonable., Airs liugg. %54
begun' on an unusual wallet.A land. Close to NAS. 2-0059 after 1700. nade, 1648 Osceola St. .a Riverside. 8-3451: I compiled scores of 80 to share
One enamel steel topped kitchen table, Front sleeping: room, downstairs. Cool Leaving appioxlmately June 7th for top honors in low gross. Some
S3. Turf-master lawnmower, $10. and clean. Mrs. Korcus, b22 Msy St. HELM 1112 station golfers Navy and civilian .
girl be aa fit as a fid- Steel lawn chair S3. Capt. Dum- Call 78183. Memphis Tenn. Desire
may the
participated jn huge
bauld Ext 8150 Small apt, for business couple. Four aenger.
dle but it takes the light Selling: equity In :3 bedroom house. 1.0I I looms for ...nt. Twin beds On bus Holt, tournament.In .
beau, to make her play i t sated at 1388 Dancy St All erectile<< I line Miss Houston 2601 Paik. 82770. Wanted: Ride to 5UO mile Indianapolis I the individual contests heldat )
-i race Plane or autombolle LI. T. the course during the tourney

Veterans Bonus Bills Strike Snag In Some States I WantedRide Bloskl:, Cecil to Field Bldg.Ext.110.67 0745 tin I I I Lcdr. Felix Ballenger copped the
16.10. Mis. Riley Horn Peail & Main. hole-in-one competition with a
35th St. I drive three Inches from the

While Others Ready Legislation For Easy Payments I Baby Cjuthlu Have sitting good: ,Want,'erem'u baby, Phone sitting 8130.Job. I I was Runner Capt.up in H the L. hole-in-one Ferguson. cup Joe try

Here Is a bargain. 6 mos. Heinz puppy. Valaitis slamed the pill 282 yardsto
after information -----
Much sought Yours for the rick I
) asking at
concerning state If voters approve, p ;'m.rts-tc. ; I 14.)2: Cumberland RdV.. Banks up post the longest drive of the
cluding legislative I 'I New Yorkers in exile can start Wanted : Riders from lake :Shore; mea day.
and action pending In Jan. 1950.NORTH 0175 to ICtiO.(; Phone Mills, ext. 361: The winning shore team was

herewith by the \ I | DAKOTA Applications Baby or 2.7897.Sitter: Jeanette Sle" ard. Call I awarded a trophy, while members
l Center of Jacksonville. I available April 1, 1P49. Payments ..\t, 8373. of the winning combination
tion includes action I to start July 1, 1949. Ex- -x- were awarded two tickets each
May 1949. I iceptional liberal resident requirements Very often it's the mink coat In good for a chance on the new .
", ILLINOISLess ; permitting vets to collect the closet that is responsible for Chevrolet being raffled by the
C remain for Illinois I| even though they left state priorto the wolf at the door! Navy Relief Society during its
vets to make : ; I induction. However legal residence I present drive.Presentation.

us. Deadline for I| : ; must have been maintained. Little GE'orge'as saying his of awards were
t' : 30 Thousands of t $12.50 month for domestci ser- good night prayers.in a very low I'made at the luncheon held at the
failed to file for this I vice; $17,50 for foreign service. voice. club house following the coin ,
INDIANA Governor Service\ dates Jan. 1, 1941 and "I can't hear you, dear," said I pletion of the tourney with station -
f r signed bonus bill I Jan. 1, 1946 Inclusive Survivors! i his mother. I Chaplain Francis Lee Albert
t fit more than 360,000 of veterans dying in service receive I "Wasn't talking to ;you!" said acting as master of ('(,ceremonies. "
t. JI veterans. The bill I not less than $600.PENNSYLVANIA. little George firmly i -x'i,

I.-: payment of $10 per I Proposed I "Do you dame?" \ J
{ mestic service\ and $15 but not passed yet. Bond issue There are two kinds of sailors! I "I love to." n ii
k for overseas duty of $500,000,000 to be voted on If you can't trust, those who wear "Swell, that beats dancing anytime jIij
i" ments under the I passed, no payments until 1950. I II mustaches and those who don't.\ I !" .
Totally: disabled vets OKLAHOMA No bill has ---- b
kin of deceased vets I been passed through Legislatureat : f0t
maximum payment of IIi'I. this session.
$100 extra payment SOUTH DAKOTA Paymentsto O Oho \,
nt least 10 per cent begin July 1, 1949. 50 centsa 00
a ey must be raised day for domestic service and
before bonus may J>e 75 cents per day for overseas ser

1 may delay payment vice. Domestic service limitedto ,
: IOWA-Pel sons who $500 maximum payment not MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
i native duty at any to exceed $650. Must have served Movies: Wf'ekdays-1730 and 2000; week-ends--1430 and 2000.) i
Sept. 16, 1940 and from Dec. 7, 1941 and Sept 2, Tl l l'RSDA Y .
who at time of 1945.WEST "SUSANNA PASS", starring. Roy Rogers and Dale Evans.
resident of state, and VIRGINIA Bill up to FRIDAY
': maintained such voters in 1950 election Proposedto "FORBIDDEN STREET", featuring Dana Andrews and Mllurun
period of at least 6 pay World War I and II vets O'Hara.
M mediately prior $10 month for domestic and $15 IA'ft'IlIJA'- AM .SUNDAY
-+ ntitled to receive I per month for foreign wrvice. "THE LADY GAMBLES", with Barbara Stanwyck and Robert
jH 1 trt $10 for each Maximum of $300 for home and Preston. .
\; service and $12.50 for $400 for foreign or combination! of MONDAY"TUCSON" .'
foreign service, all I home and overseas service\ starring( Jimmy Lyclon and Penny Edwards. ::
.P 31, 1946, not to WISCONSIN No Mate bonus TUKMIAY AND UKDNKSDAY ,

t t k cf $500 provided that I I law f>atlSed. "AFRICA SCREAMS", featuring Dud Abbott fond Lou Costello.I' Y'

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26 May 1949 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three '

I First Post-War Boots ':

J! iIw : ,17 Newly Arrived WAVES ') ','

Undertake Station MissionsSeven


WAVES, recent graduates from the Great Lakes Naval

2:.. f Training: Center have arrived here as part of the first post-war con-
tingent to be sent to the Naval Air Station to assume their first duty

a* full fledged seamen apprentices.After .

a two weeks leave, the :
Alrcrafts and Weapons Naval History ,
young women having completedten
weeks of boot training, report- Naval Organization and )
) R, : station, the I Physical training at the Lakes.
I de to their new duty
first arriving here on March 25, I Varied Occupations .;
the second on May 2, and the re- I Reasons for the boots entering .:'
maining WAVES making their the service for three years differed
appearance here May 12. as! much as the Seaman Ap
Placed in their various depart prentice's and Airman Appienti ,s;
a a ,
; L < 'ments by Lcdr. William Marring- ce* civilian occupations. Margery 'j
< 2 ton. personnel officer, the five A. Shaw, Seaman Apprentice .
most recent arrivals began work- from Huron, South Dakota,
Ing Monday May 16. Civilian oc graduating from boot camp, Feb
cupations prior to the novices' enlistment 4, was previously assigned as typist -
in the Navy varied from in the Naval Reserve at
the clerical to the musical. Sent Charleston and arrived at NAS on
from wide flung areas of the Unit- March 25 for MAA duty. An entertainer -
ed States for recruit training, the prior to her enlistmentIn
enlistees attended classes in Jobs the Navy, Miss Shaw was vocalist -

I and Training, Personnel, Ships, with Jack Teagarden and
his orchestra. Continuing in the
---- musical line, the recently assigned
Seaman Apprentice, worked up
i SUPPLv her own radio program in clubs
and units in the middle west and
; West Coast, featuring herself as a
SALLIES guitar player and singer.
I With A "desire to become flight
wTOURNAMENT orderly," Seaman ApprenticeShaw

I joined the WAVES becauseshe
recognized the service as being
TIME: The "the best and most practical
way of getting into an aviation
Supply and Fiscal department announces I "
career. Further she contendedthat
its second annual golf
tournament, which is open to any she wished to acquire a i
broader human interest as well as
one attached to this department,
NEWEST WAVE ARRIVALS-Now settled since their arrival here two weeks ago, these seven military or civilian, male or female self education. Seaman Apprentice -
WAVES are undertaking their new assignment at NAS with rest and enthusiasm. The first post- from Supply, Fiscal, Commissary Shaw's hobbles are singing
war boots to be assigned here, they are left to right, front row, Josephine Lazzaral Marie I St1 P's Service, or Commissary I and playing the guitar. She par-
Tlch, Marie Luptowski. Back row, left to right, Virginia ogees, Maty O'Connor, MaTjofle ShaW, sTore. It'll be conducted I hcfpales in swimming:, bowing,
and Mabel Mitchell. Belittle difeiently this year, ex- Softball and tennis
1 I cept that Bill Coby will still act I Want A Career .
as tournament director, because it :I From the graduating class of
WeekendWincfTafk will be a 72-hole medalisthandicap April 27 came the following five
I [ CPO Notes J I II I play, so that demons, duffers, I girls: Marie B. Ignatovich Pleasant -
II .
and divot-diggers will all have an Mount. Pa.; Marie C. Luptow.ski .
__ Bay City, Michigan .
Noto.'t)1 y equal crack at the first and second ; Josephme
.,; I I prizes. The qualifying round M. Lazzara, Sandusky, Ohio;
A big fishing trip is being
from which handicaps will be established Mary L O'Connor, Kenmore, NewYork
from I planned for June 4. The Americana should be In by Monday ; and Virginia B. Rogers,
I at May port will be charteredfor I June 6th, and each round shoulde : Binghamton, New York.
I '4t!'" ',"- the trip. There'll be refs reported to Coby by the next I In comment for her reason for ,
,f. t NARTU 'ments and prizes for the fit londay of 4 consecutive weeks. I joining the Navy Seaman Ignato-
: :: men. For further details see Jail Bill Coby, 438, Personnel, to I vich, in civilian occupation a telephone .
t f "" club manager on duty. Let's, mane I get your name on the list and a operator in New York City,
VP-ML-Sft-It seems that the ball when it comes to getting the it a big affair! copy of the rules before you play offered "I wanted a career, some-
nquadron 'II blessed. It is now latest dope on Anti-submarine The 27'-pound red snapper I!I your qualifying round. So. whether ,; thing to do that I was interested
Chief Bernard A Barry warfare Lcdr. Dough EppersonIs I caught by Chief Haas provided a you shoot a 72 or 172, you've I I I In. My sister was in the second
(AOUCA), who joined the reserves I I in Norfolk, Va. gathering the wonderful snack for all present at still got a good chance to come load of WAVES to go overseas.
I when he was released to inactive Info The rush i. on---com- the club Sunday. Thanks are in in on top.BRIEF I' She served in Hawaii and made it
duty in February of '47. He prehensive exams, rating exams, 'I order for all the volunteer dish BITS: "Dream Girl" I look glamorous. The New York
joined the squadron in July of classification rating, !: washers and helpers who preparedthe Pheebe Sapp is going to realize telephone workers bet a banana
1947. Since then he has missed I Lts. (jg) George R. Frost and chow. another one of her dreams in June ( split that I wouldn't join the
only two drills and has a 4.0 average Walter R. Welsch were running i i The pool was just light for the by vacationing in New York and Navy, so I joined the Navy for a
across the board. A fine record around on the hangar deck with I week-end guests. This makes a New England. While In the Big I j banana split." Miss Ignatovichwho \
We understand that his wife: an eye open for someone. Finally wonderful place to spend these I Town she expects to take in "Mr. is Interested in swimming,
Jean and daughter Linda Anne they ran into each other and immediately I lone hit days. Also a good opportunity I Roberts" and "South Pacific" i horseback tiding and dancing is
were just as surprised as he at the issued the other an or- to meet your neighbors and The Department's condolences to now stationed In the Separation
announcement, der, not realizing each had just shipmates. i Lizzie Mac Long, whose father suffered Center at Personnel
Chief Barry will remember the been promoted. When last seen, > a cerebral hemorrhage as | Freddie Mitchell from Drayton
past week-end for a long time, they were headed for ground I II I The big Jackpot was taken last a result of a fall, and passed on> Plains, Michigan, formerly a secretary -
having gone through the traditional I school trying to find an Ensign I i up. There are two more comingup last Sunday I I I to the owner of a Steel
chiefs' initiation mixed to issue an order to. I Friday at 2000.COMDR. Production Firm, after completingBoot
food and dunking New men -- Camp December 18, went to
arriving to the squadron to whomwe Get New Norfolk radio school and from
extend a welcome hand are Chaplains Coyle, Meiring thence reported to Jax May 2.
Samuel J. Herndon ( SR) ; EdwardC. : Participating in all around sport,
Englehardt, ADE2; Robert E. Miss Mitchell, who is presently assigned -
Procter, ADE3; and William L. I to Communications and the
Googe, ADE3 The squadron Administration Building, gin
wishes to extend congratulations singing as her hobby.
to Lcdr. Bertram R.- Ba\t- :Navy Has Appeal)
lett and wife on the birth of a Joining the Navy for the "edu
girl.It. cation and adventure," Airman
seems we are full of good Apprentice Marie C. Luptowski,
news this week-end. Word has Z:1L!: I one-time waitress in the Empire
just come in that William W. I Grill. Bay City Michigan, is presently !-
Grissom" AA, has been approved I assigned as MAA at the
Chief of Naval Air Reserve" i : r : j rL'p I WAVES Barracks. For sports
.1'Y I for' reserve Officer Can. e Miss Luptowski enjoys roller skating -
training. We are hoping : : swimming and softball and
,that approval from Bupeis will be i SAw takes up reading as her hobby
in soon Lt. (jg) Norman L. Seaman Apprentice Rogers,
Dixon. Lt. Elbert L. Murphy, Lt. i I prior to entrance in the service
(Jg) Walter J. Wrentmore and I was admitting clerk at Massachusetts -
Lt. i tjg) Robert E. Lambert, were I General Hospital, Boston,
. nil issued standard instrument Sao8t joined the WAVES to experience
Cj t
_. TAca v JJA I I
cards In April. Navy life as did her brother who
The gang that went to Bermuda, LT. MAIIEDY COYLEsas LT. (j jg) MEIRINGand I was killed in the Admiralties during
report having an interesting as I Following the departure of Lt. and Des Moines. Ordained In Seton Hall college.( He was World War II. Horseback
well as performative trip. They (jg.) Stanley A Meiring, whoIlt'ft December 1933, he spent 10 years ordained to priesthood in June riding, hiking, swimming and
returned by the direct route It'sthe I the base Tuesday and Comdr. I giving missions throughout the I 1928 and after 13 years at St. bowling are favorite sports and
first trip of this kind we have James M. Coyle who is scheduled ; midwestern states as a memberof I John's church in Cliffside, N. J., knitting a choice hobby to Miss
had We will all be on the I to depart June 5, the duties of Passionist Mission band. he was called to active duty in Rogers now working at the Jax
-- ---- .
Air News."I
--- -- I las Catholic Chaplain of the Naval April 1942.Joining .
Sunday School Tots Air Station will be underp I COYLE LEAVES the Navy first in 1945, plan to make a career of the
II taken by Lt. Brian D. Mahedy Chaplain has been Chaplain Meiring was sepaarted Navy, while enjoying the travel
To Present ProgramChildren who arrived here last week. I at NAS since November 1947 will from -the service in Sept. 1946 and experience," is Airman Apprentice
of the station Sunday I A native of Des Moines, Iowa, I i leave June 5 to assume his new and rejoined in October 1948. O'Connor's reason for en-
school will mark the conclusionof 'Chaplain Mahedy served on the duties as Chaplain at the U. S. Now on his way to take over his listing. The former telephone operator -
another successful year of Sun- island of Guam before coming to I I Naval Hospital St. Albans, New i new assignment at Coco Sola, I now assigned to the Personnel
day school work with a piesenta- I Jacksonville. The new Catholic York. Prior to his arrival here Canal Zone Chaplain Meiring Office participates in tennis -
lion of special Childien's Day chaplain entered the Navy in I Commander Coyle served with I+I served at Norfolk, Va, aboard swimming, softball and has
program Sunday June 5 at 1045 June 1943 and has served as I Ijl Service Forces, Atlantic and also the USS Roi and USS Sperry. He varied hobbles.
at All Saints' Chapel. i chaplain at the Naval Hospital, : had tours of duty as chaplain at I was assistant pastor at Precious To "see some of the country and
Parents and friends of the Navy jl Corona, Calif., aboard the hos- I!" NAS Corpus Christi, Tex., aboard Blood parish in Fort Wayne, Ind. receive more education," is the
juniors are invited to attend the pital ship USS Hope during the the USS Lyons which took part I before rejoining the Navy reason Seaman Apprentice Laz-
program, prepared by the teach I Philippine and Okinawa campaigns I'in the invasion of Sicily, landingsat I A Toledo, Ohio native, Meiring zaro, employed as a telephone op-
. ers. A special feature of the Chil- and Naval Air Station Salerno and the invasion of attended Brunnerdale Seminary later in civilian life, joined the
dren's Day program will be the San Diego, Calif i Southern France; at Naval Train- I at Canton, Ohio and graduatedfrom ( WAVES. Miss Lazzaro, now assigned -
. christening of children. Parents Chaplain Mahedy studied for ing Station, Newport, R. I., and St. Joseph college;: Indianain to MAA duty at the bar
who have children they wish to the priesthood at Dowling High aboard the USS Kearsage. 'I 1936. He also attended the major racks admits that swimming, basketball
have christened are invited to school and College at Des Moines I Hailing from Jersey City, New I seminary of the Society' of the and softball are her
communicate with the elation and in the Passionist! Seminaries Jersey, Chaplain Coyle attended Precious Blood at St. Charles sports, while reading, fishing and
chaplain. in Louisville, Ky., St Paul: Kan- St. Peters Prep at Jersey City I Seminary in Carthagena, Ohio. railing are her hobbies.r" .



*ctge Four JAX AIR NEWS 26 May 1949


I Dispensary And Fasron Six Makes u All-Navy 1'Local Nine Experiences

Share Infra-Mural HonorsA 9 t lTYS d a

Bad Slump On
newly spirited Dispensarynine 1'--- -- .. Journey t

broke the American intra I clouts Frank Stewart of the winning :. .
mural race wide open last week team also clouted a round :* ., Jax Navy's victory hungry nine will come back to homesoil

Wednesday by scoring a surprising I tripper. Friday and Saturday to meet the Elgin Field Air Fora

6-2 upset over the Marines I ball Sam for Garvin hurled three-hit I If club in another attempt to get into the win column The
behind the top-notch hurling of seven innings to give f
John Farrell. The defeat auto I VA-44 a 7-3 victory over. Dispensary local diamondeers have been on the road since May 10

matically thre\ the Chief Petty Paul King, short stop for I and were subdued in 8 of the 10 outings,
Officers into the front position in the "Medicine Men," pasted out a In the recent contests the -

the American circuit, while the homer. Jaxmen were edged out by a

Marines, formerly tied for first, VF-131 topped the afternoonoff single tally in each fray. Stet I Tigers Grab Pair
have slipped into second placeIn by downing VU- 12.2 while son University halted the Jax nine,
the National circuit, FAS- VF-43 received a forfeit from 8-7 Friday, and the University of
RON Six continued its hot pace Com Fair, Miami Hurricanes tripped the local From Jax Clubs
victoriess dub 7.6, and 4-3 last Tues
by winning two more i In the National circuit last ,

to remain undefeated and boost I Thursday, undefeated FASRON day and Wednesday. Finally hitting their stride aft
its skein of victories to nine. The I Six tallied victory number nine by Becker Hats In 5 Runs i. er suffering two setbacks in a

FASRONites can cinch the National drubbing VF-135, 12.1, behind the NAS climbed all over Hugh row the local Tlgeis' baseball
league bunting with two I outstanding hurling of Bill Hall Whitaker, Stetson hurler, in the team chalked up two successive

more wins.Monday I The game was a sixth loss for first three settos. Jax chalkedup victories last week by downing the
in the American league VF-135. The Station Police chalk- I one in the initial canto on two Harlem Square Giants, 12-11. Sunday .

the Marines, burning fiomWednesday's 1: ed up a victory over Supply In a miscues, Bob Becker, Navy hurler and the Jacksonville Aristocrats
defeat shut out VF- 9.7 encounter. Carl Childers went drove a pair home with a 13-9 Saturday. The twin

42, 11-0, behind the two-hit hurl- all the way for the Police, allowing sharp bangle after the bases: became '' tiiump put the Tigers' record at
nig of moundsman Ed Bucherich j only seven safeties. loaded via three passes In' 2-2 for the season.
The league leading CPO's reg- the 2nd and Becker doubled in i j Chief Stokie Mott's Air Statio''
istered their ninth win by tak- Paced by "Arky" Armstrongsciicuit the third with the sacks jammed I squad will open fire\ again Satur-.
clout with the bases load-
4-0 tilt from VA-85. Herschel full to chasfe' 3
ing a across more | day when they play host to FlorIda .
ed, VF-82 won a close 16-15 tilt
l Borden, CPO hurler, chalked "AGGIE" BACK The lead was short lived however Normal here at Mason Fieldat
from Overhaul and Repair. G-ne
up his seventh win of the season Beieszic clouted after tallying a single tally'In 1430. Next Tuesday, the Tigers -
a roundtripperfor
giving up two hits in the the 2nd frame, the Stetson batters meet NAS Pensacola Giantsat
fourth frame.Ordnance I, the losers, with only one man Back Is Selected came to life with a 4-run Mason field at 1400.

and Gunnery drubbed on. salvo In the 4th and 2 more in the In Sunday's encounter against
the Photo Lab team, 23-2, I Hank White of Hospital pitched
6th to take the lead th eHarlem Square nine, Brown
while Dave Busel of O & R gar his team to a 7-0 shut-out victory All-Navy Cager \ Jan Navy tied it up in the 9th le Long started for the locals and

nered two successive circuit over VF-133 giving up three hits : on a brace of singles, but were i j received credit for the win, although -
-- in seven frames. Another tilt
'squeezed out In the 11th when j he was forced to receive
Thursday NAKTU vs VF-43 was Adrian "Aggie" Back, outstanding Stetson scored on two Jax errors -, help from Gene Stanley in the

NAS SoftballersAdd i postponed and will be played at a I guard for Jax-Navy during the and a hit. ninth inning. Between them, the

I later date. 'past basketball season, was recently One Kun Trips( NAS Twlw I local hurlers allowed 16 hits and
I In the upset of the week Dispensary 1 struck out eight.
City Crew | selected as All-Navy all. In Wednesday's tilt, NAS overcame
defeated the Marines with' a 3-run Miami lead by chalk Local hooter Thrice
I the "medicine men" coming up star guard by a board of experts ing up a run in the 4th and two 1 The Tigers grabbed a threerunlead

To Victim ListPaced with six bingles while the MaiiiKS designated by the Navy Depart in the 6th. However an untimely against the Giants early In

garnered two off winning pitcher. ment. 3-bagger poked into leftfield plusa 'the first frame, tallying anotherIn
John Farrell The same afternoon, the third before their .
scratch-single in the home half opponents
by the sterling pitchingof Back was chosen as an out
ace moundsman Paul Franke, VA-44 shut out ComFalr, 9-0; VF- of the 8th gave the Hurricanes the managed to cross the plat
131 downed Photo Lab, 9.7 Chiefs standing basketeer because of his with four in the ,
who allowed a single safety In ; needed margin for 4-3 victory scores top of the"
seven, innings, the local NAS varsity won a 4-3 battle from O & G; V A' top-notch performance when playing A tenth inning double with two I fourth Bill Carter, Stan )Molfett

Softball nine registered their I 85' picked up a win off VF-42, 11- for the Norfolk Flyers All. out gave the University of Miami and Bob Holston clouted homersfor

second win In three starts by 5; and VF-45 defeated VU 9-7. Navy champs, in the finals atBloch their 7-6 triumph over the local the locals.

squeezing out a 2.1 victory overa 1 Last Tuesday, FASRON Six de- Arena Pearl Harbor.Although nine Tuesday. Although the Jax- I Letting the Aristocrats get two
Sargent Seat Cover nine last feated NARTU 6-5; Police lost to men exploded with a 5-run salvo ; runs In the first inning the locals

Monday night at the Power Plant i VF-81. 13-9; VF-135 eked out a he performed in only In the third the Hurricanes gave i took over In the top half of the

diamond. j I3-2 win .OVE'I' VF-82; VF-41 registered six games on the Jax-Navy court up only one more In the 5th while I second with an eight hit, six fun

Tomorrow night at 2000, the a 4.1 victory over VF-133; before being augmented by Norfolk the Canes pecked away with 1 In' outburst. NAS scored once more;
local diamondeeis will tackle a I Hospital sunk VF-43. 8.3; and to go to All-Navy, Back the 3rd. 3 in the 6th, and a pair in the fourth, four times! in the

visiting Southeastern Wheel and I Supply copped their i second tonsecutive notched 61 points for the local in the 7th to tit the game before sixth and put together three singles

Rim nine under the arcs at the I game by winning over team, better than 10 points per chafing across the lone winning for two runs in the eighth U>
main diamond. OAR, 105.Golfers. contest marker in the ninth !!, cinch the game. Jacksonville's I

Hurling hitless! ball for six Innings I Six feet tall, "Aggie" is a fast Aristocrats crossed the plate twice
in the fifth, two more times in
Franke sent twelve Sara Trounce driver on the court, shooting a bid '
Qualifying RoundsFor the eighth, and scored four in the
gents to the bench via the strike !) let-like onehanded push shot when ;
out route. A line dilve Into center j the dead Also at Set ninth Inning rally. Gene Stanley
i on run. good Links Meet
Georgia Annex hurled for the Tigers!, fanning A
by Sargent left fielder Jake Pet- i leaping, lay-up shots, he is excellent '
ty early in the seventh busted up at play making and controlling -I Qualifying rounds for the 1949 and giving up 13 safeties to gain
credit for the >vin.AtlanticTeam.
Franke's chance at a no-hit per NAS linksmen notched a 16.11 the ball In front court all station golf championship

formance. The locals garneredfive triumph over the University of A former Naval Academy star, tourney will be held June 4th

hits.Going Georgia Annex golfers last Saturday Back was picked for A 11-\mel'l. and 5th on the local NAS golf Host-
down one, two, three in at Atlanta. I II
the first frame, the NAS squad I Bill KoiesH of the locals carded can squads two years in succes I!' course
Air Station golf Champ Tony
A he Is
sion. fighter pilot, now
came back in the second Inning to a 72 to take medalist honors 31 Grego will defend his title for To Navy SoftballCoach
assigned to Fighter Squadron ,
score the lust run of the fray. The while Tony Grego compiled a 74, based here with Fleet Air Jax. the first time since copping it
visitors evened up the count by i I Bill Bernard 79, Bill Barnes, Jack i last December. Tourney partici- George Nulf's Jax Navy
making good use of an error in I softballets will be the host
Piva and Bob Thiel. 81s. I II pants will also be vying for among
the top of the third to cross the of Navy squads vieing for berth
the district eliminations
I i I Korel and Grego teamed to berths to
plate once. I|I I take 5'if points, Bernard and Thiel Tigers Looking I which are scheduled for latter to the All-Navy championship but

The locals threatened again in I|I paired to annex 9 points while For More Players part of July. must first weather competition in
the fourth and fifth, but failed1.. advance fee the Sixth Naval District tour na.nent .
Barnes and Piva grabbed a point I Only : green paying
to scoie. Dom Savino started off I which will be held in July
and a half from their opponents. Positions are still avaiable on members will be permitted to
the bix sixth inning f or Jax- The locals play host to the Georgia the NAS Tigers baseball sfuad.Playel's I compete in the all-station meet, i The South-Central playoffs will
Navy by reaching first on a smash' Annex squad here Memoiial wishing tryouts can contact I the entrance fee being set at one probably tallow close on the heels!
to the third baseman, then stole Day i Stokie Mott at Extension 579. dollar per person of the Sixth Naval District, affair,
second, and came scampering home i with Great Lakes Training Center
when Paul King came through I j 'I the most likely selection as host.

with a single into right field to ,, Chiefs' Tourney Navy Boxers Help Jax Win' An Atlantic Area team will serve
put the game on ice. I| as host for the 1949 All-Navy
Ix> e to Reserves" I i! championship series.
Jax-Navy'a softballers suffered Carded Saturday State AAU Crown In Miami Last year NAS Jax's hopes for

their first defeat at the hands of i, the crack at the All Navy title

Jacksonville Naval Reserve Armory 1 The monthly Chief Petty Officers I went up in smoke as they were
7-6, last Wednesday failing; :. golf tournament, originally Contilbuting heavily to Jack Miami-Fla- ---last-week.-- I eliminated in the til-district, play
ents at ,
to stave of a seventh frame Reserve 'scheduled for last week, will be sonville's walk away with the local ? drew offs at Dallas, Texas. In 1917
rally which accounted for held Saturday at the local course Florida A.A,V, boxing tourney Both glovers byes Jax-Navy copped the East Coast\
three of the winners' inns I I'; with 15 prizes available to individual Featherweight Eddie: Mat tin and first night of the three-day feat'val title but was defeated for the coveted -
but to thE'lrwar"s
Other tilts scheduled for next i, winners of the various con- heavyweight Johnny McKay took came on display I crown by NAS Alameda, at
i in fine fashion the two following
week are with WeJax on Monday, s i tests I Ii their place among the ranks of I Oakland, Calif. {.
Atlantic Bank on Wednesday, and I i Play will get under way at 1000 outstanding NAS leatherpushers evenings Colled I'alr I -
City Engineers on Friday of next i with all members eligible to com- by keeping the Jax Navy fistic ;McKay
week. WeJax leads the Indus- I'I pete. Refreshments will be served banner in the ling spotlight witha McKay faced 281-pound Albeit "SPORTS Quiz
League, Atlantic !s pacing the I'Iat I the club house following torn- total of three knockouts and ( Humphery Pennyworth) Addison, [ -1 1I j jBy
I in his initial and
Financial league, and the Engineers i pletion of the tourney one decision over the four oppon-'I Fort Myers go
are in second place in the I,I -- --- -- Robert Milligan, Hollywood, Fla. I Armed Forces Tress Service II
Recreation ', product, in the finals. jvic\ay
City League, All three I 1. This famous righthander in
games will be played at the Power e ;.:,,':, flool e Plant diamond at :2000. .. [ I The following night McKay[ for 20 victories for the fourths
,: : made short work of Milhgan, with
-- ---- g,2 r straight year. Who is he :and
.9 a looping right to the head.. whom does he pitch for
GRAtiS LA UK- .Martin Scorer KO And Den Uloii
Wives Golf Club 2. In what sport can you find
Elect Officers F.I.S Carving The NAB string-bean featherweight the term "ace?" No, it's not p>.
To '' 'I Eddie Martin, exploded in
: himself a niche in ker.
{ the first round of his initial go
3. This South African recentlywon
Tony and Joy Grego took low local fistic circles is
', .. "" :" with a 1.05: : knoclcout over Guy the Goodall golf tournamentfor
honors while Bill and
moss Kay < Jax Navy's top
Hubburd Fort and out
: Myers
for second consecutive
Brockhaus <' : I year
captured low net t'f
in : < heavyweight, Johnny Lloyd Walker, West Palm
;, : pointed Name him.
the mixed two-ball foursome ;
meet staged last Sunday by P / .. "t ,r !.1 :McKay who recently !I Beach in the finals. 4. You don't have to join the
< : ', Joe Martin recently discharged to know what the coxswain
the Officers Wives Golf Club. r won the Navy :
J Jf.
NAS continued his
Finishing with second low net Florida A.A.U. Jun. lightweight i does in rowing competition.
were Carl and Phyllis Dumbauld. I I winning ways with a pair of scm-1 I 3. This young tennis player ha*
.-'" ior division championship victories. Martin coppedthe ,
Friday May 27 the Officers tillating I swept all competition away and
Wives Golf Club will hold an by scoring lightweight championship is now looking forward tu tin
{! 3-round TKO andA when: he dropped Miami's golden Davis Cup matches. Give hiss,
election of officers to serve for :t .
I, buy, Joe Leet, in 1 :55 of the second name
the next six months. A luncheon sensational 1 ,
and floored Willis Orange St. ANSWERS
will be served in the main dining I
room of the Officers Club at minute KO in his Petersburg the second and. thirds '!$<)[BZUOJ) ogaueJ, S

1300. For reservatonis call 8154. only two appearances -:ttos to take a unanimous verdict '(11045( dl1 SJ.H,i3

In last Friday's club play Rose A t Miami< put art')1is aql sues( ,'I1( b
The Jacksonville team took the '0)(O>O'l 4fggoD 'r.
Allen and Loretta Jacka tied for FU. .
!Uon'a share 'of honors in the Senior auo-ur-alo'! {
low net in the A division, while ? ?
Betty Connally took similar hon. I I and Junior divisions, and came a JI)' WHI J'mou8 s.ji ';|op 'Z

ors in the O class Copping C honors home with the two team trophiesand sanu.r11) uojsoi! uoidiueujj!
was Thelma Lee. a pair of individual awards.: 'IN -)m J') ides! .\uul'Jr'Z Z