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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1949
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Central Swim Meet Continues Here Today



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VOL. 7-No. 18 4 August 1949



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


UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE .:LE, FLORIDA* '

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Policy HolderiTo




e a 4 3L Get Divdends


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[ '\ St '! Sixteen Million, Checks oo


: .; For Pa rrant ,- To 'El9| bles

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.
\w ,,,,i: or veteran who now hold 01 have Itd.j

Ser vie'JationM' '"e Infcuiarue policies issued prior to January 1.

'' be on the' receiving end of dividend checks ranging

L ,. 11J).4high as $*)()O and averaging$175:') beginning: in 19">0, it

was announced }bv the Veterans Administration in Washington

DCApplication'. .

ILL forms for the divl- Eligible to receive the dlvlJt'ndoia ,

den are expected to be available all personnel who held policies -
by August 29 Naval personnel for three months or more ani
may obtain their forms through who took out their insurance: priorto
benefit! and Insurance ottuers of January 1, 1948, Policy hollerswhr
their respective commands, and will not qualify due to ditto
___ terms will also be available on this of Insurance when begun, will bpi
dan at every Post Office, VA of- eligible for later dividends It has
rice and veterans service organizntions been dec .ared,
(('oiiliiiut'il. on Page 'I)


I \ So. Central Tank NAS ParticipatesIn -


Meet Ends TodayCompetition

---i; : ,L ,v..a; -::>. A' I. .i. .& '" 'W ,.--. Movie Prevue
I \UN\SIM. COMRIN'iION--Juhnny Higgins, I'ensuolas outstanding learn captain is presented in the South

the Sixth I Naval ivtmt swimming: and cluing/: trophy on behalf of his> trim mates, by Ledr. Central swimming and diving A parade through the downtown -
Physical' Training:; and Recreation officer at NAS 1'tnsarol.i compiled 62 points to take meet, which got under way at streets of Jacksonville dis-
Donald Jatka
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the District title m the meet held here last w'k Other team members, left to right are, front row the indoor at NAS Wednesday plays of naval aeiologv equipment -
Robert Mayer.Hob Cowell. Due Moore and Bob lUike Second row, Don :Mussettl, Bob Lancaster wilcontinue throughthis in >>tore windows and theatre -

and Don ;v.Naught Third row, Bert Fox, Hal Stauffer George Tomas and Gene llouslogI __ __ afternoon and close! this lobbies, and helium balloons,
_- evening with squads from the will be the Naval Air Stations
Sixth, Eighth and Ninth Na- salute to Slattervs Hurricane.
NAS r Skeet Club High School Gridmen Prep val Districts vying for placesin the movie featuring the Navv,

the All-Navv' finals August which opens Thursday in a 1 local 1

Here For All-Star Contest 16-18, theatre,
Enters National Held here last year the All- Starting from Church: and Laura .
Navv finals this year will be Streets promptly' at 12:15: V M,
hool football
66
Sonic high *'
i. I\ot; hav'" been Ifctid bv their held at NAS San Diego, Calif :Marines: from the Marine Barracks -
Meet At DallasFacing si plaveis hoolIn itpiesentmg north and south 3)Hotidi high; uspei live coaches to report for the Qualifying events started the at the Naval Air Station,

jaded the. Naval Air Station dulls following which the creamof show here Wednesday after- two divisions from the Overhauland

sonic of the natijris top) \N',' in the North-South tray usion from the Supply Department -
tuipaf
Navv" skeet team Competitionwill
riflemen Jax- s for the Honda scholastic 1 1orthSouth nesday evening
for (aiding/ the North All-Slais will 1400 and cars conveying) naval
stakesin be todaat
will be shooting : higher :- grid game to be resumed
the National Championships played under the lights at the be :pike1'elshinger! Mainland: At :2000 tonight the finalists squadron aviatoix led bv theNavy
High, Daytona Beach while tutor band and preceded by amotort
now in progress: at Dallas, Tex Gator Bowl August 12 battle it out for various titles
ing the ollth All-Stars will\ be 'yelp police escort' will tart
The meet closes: Sunday August 7, Another invasion of football talent Sixth Naval District representatives -
George Trogden of Miami SeniorHigh moving south on I Laura to Duval\
The local bird shooters, captained on the coaching side, will hit During their stay at NTAS in the present; meet From thei the route' continues
bv Com dr, John S Barleon, the Naval Air Station Monday the lads will bi housed in Barracks were selected\ in the Digit its west to Hogan, south To Adams,
have been making a name for when about 150 football coaches "A"l"unds tank eliminations held hue I west to Peai 1. South to irsytlt
themselves recent tournamentsand arrive here to hold 1 their annual last week The public IS invited to the theatre
for the All-Star game g o and east directly
remain unbeaten in service clinic, The Coaches clinic and to support the annual FlorlditStall' to watch the meet at the local here the picture is being/ shown
The local the session will both end
competition Navy boys practice indoor pool
coaching school, whIch begins I ((ontimitxl. on I'aRe 2 11, with the Gator Bowl -- -- -
will be up against tough customers August its meeting here Mondav The
at Dallas: where 30 service grid game as the climax
(Continued on rage 2)) The high school grldiers, all (Continued on Page 2))
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Curresit Hurricane Season Here \



I Calls For Precautionary StepsAdvanced I : .Lrazi ___

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planning to provide .
threatening danger ensuing evacuation, III- \ is a warning bring out necessary gear for protection
against from hurricanes has become I that a Hurricane is expected tostrike .Ml liberty suspended
here and aircraft must be Condition No II means that the
effective as of June 1 and term e ee
evacuated to designated airports hurricane is expected and headed o"S
nates November 1 with all personnel -
advised to familiarize at the discretion of the Commanding this way Preparations to be madeto Shg
themselves with the various Offrcer Condition No II is secure Condition No lis given
: a post evacuation All aircraft un- when hurricane is imminent 01
or condition of alert hand.
Stages .
ed down in the two station bills, able to be evacuted must be safely about ready to strike All department
ConditionI heads are to keep key civilian -
hurricane secured and stored
the Hurricane bill and the -
Evacuation bill is a full secured condition, hur- peisonnel 1 to aid in securing,
ricane is ht I'e. let all others go All military personnel -
The two bills! are essentially the that be will be
The three refuge airport assigned : can spared
same in that they warn of approaching to Jax are, Smyrna Air allowed to report to then homes
hurricanes, but the action Force Base, Term: Maxwell Air and families Normally the wordt
to be taken in each differs Force Base, Montgomery, Ala and return to work for civilians
.. This is not to bc confused with I the Naval Air Station at Atlanta will be given by local radio sta
Storm bill which also requires Ga. lions If the return signal is not

different action I Cooperating with the other services hoard, then personnel should Use

l'ItocIIUIll: : i':X 1'\1 IN1:1): I in a joint military aircraft own good judgement in return wr
m? 4 i
Laving out the procedure to betoken hurricane evacuation plan pre- utg. e
for the evacuation of pared by headquarters flight service .\ thud bill dealing with .

.jratt, and or safe :.tlln.l ;e of all'-I at Washington, the Navy is weather is the) Storm Bill When kilN
cralt and valuable government playing an important part in the :storm warnings are issue J, these' x
equipment, the Hurricane Evacua- overhaul plans for the evacuation are the conditions that prevail
,, and action should be taken at
tllln bill has live stages! or con fur all armed\ toicesVCIIOV
diti ms, Condition V is the n,nn '- '1O III: 1',\KI':N I cordmgly Storm Condition HI ; a
bill call for denotes tint a storm n m the >
al otf.season from N,>v, 1 to The hurricane procedure
of vicinity, take pieliminai prec'au
June 1 1. Condition IV n assumed of protection government
and safetv of personnel lions: Condition II is a report
tioin June 1 to Nov 1 I. denoting:; property
Condition Condition No V in this lhit the storm or high winds are
I.. tin hurricane thrW season III C condition bill is also the off or normal sea in the immediate vicinity and ht I
III has :stages, I hem Preliminary ,.: 3 tio. i BI
denotes tint a hurricanehas son from Nov 1 to June I Condition may hit pie r: I assumed, from cautions to be taken t.> insure
IV
been reported 11the Caribbean No. is and personnel IHOItt! : SHIM WINNI':RS-Comdr, Porter I' Keelell, NAS Teeulive \
Gulf of Mexico or West June 1 to Nw., 1 with all peronI! I! safety Condition of property I when tV( Officer, presents John Garret of Camp. eJeune., N C
and state of general : nel required to review the situation rs given medal at last week'
Indies a instructions.Condition 'I I storm in question is imminent (0'-1. with the MU meter breaststroke l'Ium..ion..hil'
readiness should be assumed and prepare SiKtli Naval District swim meet Looking '1)1lre Robert Slaver ,.(
be taken to
I t in-
nil ire )
III-B means that the pith: \ of thehurricane N''), HI denotes: that steps lf vein meritproperty \ 1'ensacoU. l left, who took third j place in the event and Gene I?..u'i'
U headed toward I sum C piottfction gi
is headed toward NAS hurricane path hug, HM' l"tn'i:1cuIJ.: second place winnerSouth ,
and aircraft should IK readied for NAS sod units and division must



Two JAX AIR NEWS 4 August 1949 .


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Jax Editorial Air Office News 4rh Classified Marines Prepare ;;;'Y, ';' :


South Wing, Lower Deck .iMa V? To Sight Targets '

Bldg. 930 Bulletin

Telephone Extt'lIslon-8184 On Firing RangeMarines
Andrew II. Irlaney, Editor
FOR BALK I
The JAX AIR NEWS li publlsheu .. x Or rent. Completely (urn. or unfurn I of the Marine Barracks .
weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station 3 bedroom solid brick house $3.00
Jacksonville. Florida and print .r for equity termsR.. E. Duitan: 632 at NAS are set to keep the
rd commercially with non-approprtatcu Colonial Ave Phone 2-8992. bull's eye placard flying on the
funds ct no expense to the governmentand '42 Plymouth. Two door Sedan. RAH range during August and Sep
In compliance with SecNav Circular 1400. Lt. (J. it.) Cramer. Phone 8271 .
tember when
Ltttei 45-1918: dated 12 December 1943. Completely] furnished home, SS500. W. I they engage in firing
Copies are distributed free of charge 17th St Contact P. W. Lou;;)'. Phone : for requalification on the Na-
",at the Naval Air Station, the Naval 3-0148. tional Guard rifle range aC Camp
AKHeserv ;Training I eeV1"er.s v AuxJiwryvAir Kitchen, living room and 2 bedroom Blanding. '*
Station. and the suite Also washing machine and '
U. 3. Naval Hospital. \e other household equipment. Sprulll, The Marines, commanded by Lt. / '
( 3209-A. Col. A. L. Norton, will hit the ; ?;., ,*

The UX AIR NEWS It a member 01 J 1938 Buick coupe. I.. J, Weiss. Ext. firing range from August 8 ,;*' 1

the Shirr Editorial, Association and 8100. through 12, August 22 through 26, ,; '" -|

the pioductlon Armed Force Press Service. Re- Trade.All extras 1947 Plymouth Excellent station cond. For wagon'41 and September 7 through 9. Ap- ", i

M>urce. muss of hear material a credit line.from Republlcatlon these. ...2ri.ti or '42 Passenger car. Button Ext. proximately 20 men, firing M-l '*, ..i,
of oxfcer matter, except by 592. CPO Barrack rifles will be shooting for expert ;;
Service publlcatXp, u without I $ Large coal and wood heater. Brown and medals '
prohibited enameled steel. Excellent cond. $:10. sharpshooter ; yj
permission -<. Editor JAX
AIR during each period. The public is
NEWS. Coolerator Ice box. $29. G. Psota ;I"I ;

--- -- : 1049 Nelson-Ave. I warned against trespassing on the -Kt(:
Modern pre-war bungalow. 3 bedrooms, range especially near the impact A
2 baths, large back yard. Just deco
rated. L. F. Sadler, 3221 Genoa area<< during the firing. v *t rAfter
Employees Unit! r Phone 20068. the 'range is cleared And ;" ', f
'48 gilder tandem house trailer. Elecrefrigerator. ] expanded to 500 yards by the Na- ;) "

' cereals 1St Ht\ trade for equity. Electricity: of 2 or water 3 bedroom Want tional Guard, the Marines will r:

,.J home In Ortega area E. G. Gill, have a new course "/." at which '" 1t
\ Trout Trailer Park lot 24. to aim their sights. ,, : ;
'36 Plymouth sedan. A-l shape. $;,0 '
Financial 1 S\a\us\ down $25. month. Racing bicycle _x"L; (

$40.. Chief Turner police Dept 1109 Organist Anderson- ,
Cumberland Rd. Phone 8-5190.
The Late model 27 foot Zlmner house trailer Leaves Local
Employees: Association for ---.-.------.-......-.-- Electric brake and box Must sell.J. Chapel.After .
Civil Service Employees, which RIG RANK W. Jones, :2045! Myra St. Phone three years of continued
guards the well being and welfare man Willis, left,aalshed FAS1\\ for being out of uniform, I..edr. New- 7-(608. devotion to duty as organist at
of all civil service employees at )14 SIx: Personnel Officer, who didn't know Living; room Intertprlng coachbed and
NAS, has issued its financial hf' had been promoted, w''a wailed down for Zt hours with (chair $25. Cassidy, 3419 A Dewey All-Saints Chapel at NAS. Gay
oversized -
oak leaves Park. Anderson of I
pinned Jacksonville
01\ 1.\ .. has de-
w
statement for the first half of Leonard Perkins, FASRON ma\n In .an. ,,office. ceremony by LL '36 Plymouth Sedan. '42 _Dodge_ en. parted to attend Florida State I'
1949 and has also listed for pub- "I. fine .ova running; ('on<'lllion. Mrs. q
lication the disbursements ..;. ; ; O'Connor, 3254 Fitzgerald St. Phone University at Tallahassee. ; ,
made ...
... -; l 8-S613. Anderson, who completed his .
by the Officer
organization during the r
: [ g Seven and a half cu. ft. refrigerator. long devotion last Sunday, beganhis
same period and financial statement
a
$70. Mr. Mattlx. 4022 D Dewey' Park. duties
of the civilian cafeteria for Of ASRO," 1946 four door Chevrolet flew tires as Chapel organist '
6I tix while a student in high school
the second quarter of 1949. JH I Radio Plastic seat covers. R. T. t
Mosley. Bldg. 136. Ext. 8268 and continued for the
FiB.Brlal Statement of Kmplo.irrn As- playing :
sec.I.th.1I for First half of IWK Gets Mock PenaV; 5 room bungalow breezeway, attached choir and congregation of All- r rSaints'
Balance In bank account I CRA' I garage. Excellent cond. Landscapedlot Chapel" until he
completed
1 Jan 1949 $ 2(119.01 TERf Lcdr, Newman R. Willis net .. 100 x 200. $000 down' Hutchinson his studies i
at the
X22" Stanley Ave. Phone 40283. Jacksonville
Total for 6
receipts mos 2584.12 precedent here by being: the first
( Profits from coffee |J Koiy ('O ('h. 24 ft house trailer. Junior College.
L officer in Fleet Air Service
machines). ---J Squadron p.Vl: nwlot No. 29 Azalea Trailer
Mr, Anderson
/iiot.Ittto. Six be accompanied the
to put on report. The //r
Total disbursement for 6 mos. 2,215.20 Two bu7nK>.'"'v'ltExt. 231'
Knlnnce In bank account Here's a note to remember. I offense: Out of uniform. Two burners. 'f'lhot RanI/pit. Chapel choir in a number of sac r'

30 June 1949 $2.377.93 will be "Brain He was wearing the bars of burner oven. 1 I'd 188 plate. I"hf'P1 red concerts in Jacksonville city
Value Monday night : a
of Govt. bonds $7 NW.OOTotal 6 inch white churches. He will now his
Ksspst. 30 June 1949 $10.237.93 Teasers" time in the recreationhall senior grade lieutenant when he ring Will sell .U cheep pursue
A. 51, career at Florida
Vsghy. Empire State
IM_h.nmrti First Half 1549 at 1930. If you haven't had a I actually had become a Lcdr. Orange Talk.Registered park University.

For Amount hand in this sort of activity before six hours earlier He was brought : Boxer female R montha w., I -x-

Audit $ 25 00 <, come and see what you've i I to mast and as punishment was Call BollenherK Ext. 225 or Trailer
O R bowling' team ]00 00 Policy ';
'PW Notary Public 10.00PW ; missed. Participants don't have to awarded the privilege of wearing 53 Dewey Park. > i
I kitchen and!
bedroom
Living room
dance 221 00llIlIon exercise any physical energy< but oversized collar insignia for 24 breakfast set, rugs and lamps. Set 1 t tJ."Unutd from Pare 1) d
baethall; team 1.1(0.1x1 it calls for brain work in its best I hours. Approximately three inches as unit. M.... Newman. 1213 Han The apptl .
Supply softball team 300.00SO +Uon form is
a simple
in diameter the oversized oak
cock. Ext. 354.
EM & Chaplain' Office partyfWIR 00 I style, -s I three-fold arrangement
softball team 250.00 I Big deal; Big News: Don't pass 'leaves which weighed down Commander Small house on Cedar River waterfront simple Inform. .. calling for. ..
on eri.al t
of name &
,
lot 60x275.: Electric lights pil-
Pcpoislt for electricityfor Willis' collar were designed
this This will number .
coffee machines :300.00( one up. party really \'all'Jlf'r system. Mis. Mobbs, 1511 policy mber, and ad-
Civilian centre pins 2800 : be a big surprise. It is very much by FASRON maintenance Hyde Park Road. Phone 22250. dress of applicant. In t".s where
Station golf tourney 125.00 like a scavenger hunt in that you Lcdr. Willis reported to F ASI House trailer Sleeps 4. Klec. refrigerator policy holders have died, the Lent-

Registration fee -I 5.:CO II I will have to find certain clues in I I RON 6 on June 13, 1949. He originally 'Trailer 48 Richardson Court. Ext.model.8140.! Gill, Airbase ficiary will receive the payments: -, .
enlisted in 1920 as an
Total) Disbursements 2215.20 order to answer certain questions. I ap- Girl sidewalk rollfant bicycle.\ Two An estimated 20 million policies '
K ....<,i.l Statement of Chilian C'afe- ,I Time: Thursday, Aug. 4. Place: I I prentice seaman and was commis- wheel. Sacrifice Palmer. 5824 San were written for approximately +
Irrla for Scrnnd quarter{ of 194! !* recreation hall at 1930. Come for i siened an ensign in September Juan Nesco. Also 2 burner oil heater. 16.000,000 servicemen. ,
Sales; $31.837.48 1 1942.I He is officer There are
the big surprise! presently personnel 41 Studebaker Comm. 2 lone Radio,
Oit of sales only about 7,000,000 in
20.B68.72 I of FASRON six. heater, cllmallzer. original paint Mr. policies
I -xHigh Palumbo. 9'W: Gary St. Ext. 515 cr force presently. Cost of the dividends -
Total Gross Profit $11.168.76 9-6071 after 1700. is
I estimated to amount to .
Total Expense 12767.63 i Children Dedication Luggage trailer. 1 wheel new tire and three billion dollars
School tube. $45.! See at lot 24 Trout Trailer
Net LossSurplus $ 1.57887; Court Roosevelt Road. Mr. Gill R 4, -------- ----- r
1 April 1949 $ 2.771.61 I Set At AllSaints'j Box 373.Washing Cocker spaniel!, solid blark. 'our
ices 2nd Quarter 1949 $ 1.578 87 (Continued from rage 1) I month Good bleed. A. M. Kuc-
j I of Children to God machine wringer, Ijpe. Good kurk. Ext. 8 67.

Surplus 30 June 1949Operating | 1,192.74 coaching school is a non-profitable and the Christian way of life will condition. $30. Mercury 2. 35 mailmeter Steel frame trailer 4x7. No deck or std,. I

( Capital) organization operated by the Flor- :i be a feature of the general wor- Merlmac camera.Axe. $35. Joe Arab 4623 Chief Wad/l\\011h, Police Station 3M6
Cardinal
NoteThe above figures taken from ship at All-Saints chapel Sunday rocker 2 chairs, Blvd. Phone 8-5140.
ida State High School Association' One bed platform Chris Craft Sedan rtulKer. Fully equlpecl. .
)
the auditor' reports of the Civilian morning August 7 it has been coffee table, radio table tea cart, : -
cafeteria for the months of Apr 11 May for the betterment of athletics and bookcase floor lamp. Walnut bedroom Mr. rutrell :2754 Arapuhoe. Theme s sr
and June 1949. roples of which are onfile i physical education in the schools. | announced by station chaplain set breakfast set and Iron 20937. o
I with the Treasurer of the Employees Capt Francis Lee Albert. Gill refrigerator Move automatic i
Association.The Some of the nation's outstand- board. $117. Mrs. Guy 1223 A. Hancock water, heater J250. Mr. J. t;. Brown 1 '
I ing grid mentors will be on hand Parents who would like to present Ext. 714. 5003) Colonial Ave Ext, 3K7. j
net loss above Includes the Reduced nice 6 bungalow. ;
to $6,975 tm.
yearly
for the coaching clinic. Expectedto their children at this time Three looms of furniture Must 11.11.
premium of $952.67 paid during this Large lot. Cash required $1.475
period for the required Compensationlnatrtsiwe I make an appearance here are are invited to communicate with down. Balance $50 month Gobay, B.Being Norman discharged St.. Mr. Saritacon >14 j
on the employees of the cafeteria. George "Ears" Whitworth, line the Chaplain. 4534 Blount Ave. Phone 93807. nR Dewey RENT Paik. Ext.: 5N5. :
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coach at Georgia; Frank Howard Room and kitchen pilvllegen. Couple I

-x- head coach at Clemson; Bear Of preferred t'r21.BIIIII'II, 3033 Green
Veteran 30-Year Stint St. Phone : t'
Wolfe, head coach at Universityof Leon Terrace 2 bedroom fuinlfchtd I'
Florida, and Harry Conds, basketball home All
NAS Participates electrically furnished l. Accept t
coach at the University of Leaves At Boca Chicathen infants $100 a month. Rot>t. Ail| I
Illinois. Navy I Baker 4759 Cardinal Place l'hon.
(Continued from Page 1) 8-3HC7. r

The Naval Air Reserve Train- Leonard McLucaa. superintendent 1------ ___ ___ Nicely' furnished room. Reasonable for t
of physical education in Duval The middle aged man's voice got his left leg about the business. lady. Convenient! location '
ing Unit, whose planes took part )1... 831 Oak
County, will\ direct .the one-week May. St. 76061. ,
was husky and his brow furrowed waist of one of the survivors.
in the evacuation scenes of the school. Large corner room near bath. Newly, t
picture, will be represented in the coaching as he sat waiting in the commanding Lieutenant McKay held him decorated. 1'011'1. A.V.. Dill n.. 4423
parade by Capt. F. W. Priestmanand -x- I officer's office at Boca afloat while he tied a ]line to the San Juan Ave Phone 22959.
Chica Field."I man and secured it to the raft. Apartment. Beautlfull' lower' garape.>
Lt. Col F. W. Williams, Lt. NAS SkeetContinued I .Strictly private tin bus at KlvPoint .
Cemdr. W B. Baldwin will represent love the Navy and leave it The U. S. S. Pennsylvania sent *. J.V.. Jones. :2045! Mvia St.

the Naval Air Station: Capt. ( from Page 1) with no regrets," he said. Thus boats into the choppy water and Two 630' single I'ooml. Mr. 1,. E. George,
Ouk St. Phone 74238.
I. R. Daze will represent the Marines with a record of 30 years of Navy affected the rescue a short time Two room apartment elechlc tefitg-

; and other distinguished naval teams and the finest civilian Service and a lifetime of memories later. erator, cat Hove.VI11 accept child .

personnel will represent the shooters in the country are vying Lieutenant Donald B. Mc The 30 year veteran has a homein I 77274.Apartment.Mrs. .Klrkllchter. 2245 rill k. Phone

U. S. Naval Hospital, and the Naval for top honors. Kay Officer-in-Charge of the Chula Vista, Calif and intendsto .
Fur fished
Air Auxiliary station at Cecil With their latest win in the Seaplane Base retired from the go into business on the 4 room and bath MU or unfurnl Hank, hfd.1218

Field. Southeastern Championships heldat Navy this week. West Coast. He said. "I think I'll Challen Ave. Phone 2-0291: after I!
All will be guests of the theatre J Jax Gun club July 16-17, the McKay entered the Navy in just sit back and watch the worldgo Rooms and apartments by night, week
I 1918 at the of 17. He took by for a few months then I or month. Mr. F." M Hughes, 21 !So.
for a preview of the picture immediately NAS squad have three straight age 5th Ave following the parade. wins to their credit. In May they nJs "Boot" training in Great II will see what kind of business 5th Avei. Jacksonville Beach Fla.

The background of the picture 'Ii. captured the Military Division Lakes, 111. and has served on I want to go into." j I I Furnished 2 bedroom apartment 2S28:

It. based on the Navy's action in title in the Florida State Shoot at many ships and stations since that -- ---- -- Riverside Ave. Apply Mrs. Hlnison.

determining the course of a hur- j Tampa and copped the military I' time. At the Seaplane Base Mc- I Beach 1506 a Riverside.part ml'nt.Phone Available 8-5322.: balance of ,

ricane, and the hazards f'ncounI[ group honors in the Lordship Kay has been assistant O and R ,: summer. Sleeps 6 or more. Biffiy, ..%e'4

lered by naval pilots who fly directly I Matches held at Bridgeport Conn. officer, and later became Officer- f cool and comfortable. Mr*. Fraser, .

into the eye of the big i in June. jn-Charge of the Seaplane Base. Springfield 218 No. 13th Ave. Phone 7-6880. :t.' .

winds in order to gather data by: | The. local squad left Tuesday The retiring Lieutenant holds Furnished.3 240 room Vest apartment Ninth upstairs St. "

which millions of dollars in property with team captain Commander the Distinguished Flying Cross, Neat room In PI Irate home for yentle- .

and lives are saved annually. | Barleon in charge: The local five Good Conduct Medals. World man. Two meal Mrs! Stlpp' 2741 *': i

Besides the NARTU planes, the squad is comprised Gene Var- War I and II Victory Medals, the I Arapahcie Phone If t;,2-.H420..,. ..'"> ,

Naval Air Station band also took I ner, Bill Arthur, Wayne Edding- American Defense and the American Riders wanted' from Springfield *ee.. ', ,

part in the production last Winter. I ton Bill Hartley, Nick Gallitano Area Medals. lion. 0730 to 1600. Miss Densfoid. Y'
and Herb Howell. HEROIC EFFORTHe 208 E. Second Kxt. !152.
x- ,
Ride wanted to NAS
Ship Service.
earned the Distinguished Working 0730 to J6()(). Call Margaret
Hurricane Hunler I I The* big PB4Y2 Privateer which Flying Cross by rescuing survivors \ Snyder, Ext. 446.

was used in the production of j of a PBY Aircraft which was Lost two teddy bear*. Left at bus; rio ron

Pays Visit HereA 1 "Slattery's Hurricane" appearing on night maneuvers. His plane II '.' \\ highway. Kate at Dewey Paikcrossing.
Heward. Mr.
Bt-dllld1 3
"
at the Florida Theatre this week
i j and another collided at about o- Lanc.'aKJI'r St. Kxt. 368.!
Navy hurricane hunter, completely and next, was flown up from its 000 feet. Both planes plummeted ; Wanted furnished apartment. 2 or 3 s
base in Miami. 'f 'j I Iig room close to bus tine wotktngcouple
equipped with special into the sea. The entire crew of
> i It Snip'.. Lee, 4633 Wheeler A'...
weather apparatus, radar and I the other plane was killed, while I r I ; Phone 2-4275.:

camera gear, 'will be on public News lead: "A big Australian three out of seven, including Mc- '/ ,,1' 1 #., 1< I; .. Wanted 1 passenger to Los Angela! *.

display at the Municipal Airportall flyingboat was down at sea Kay, survived the crash. Suffer-I.".. '1'1 I Leaving An!. 13. Share expenses
r-
day Thursday, it was announced among the romantic islands of the ing with a right broken leg, broken I ; % f. v I' Lakethoie.Vanted.Phone Mr.. Potter 2-0184 at :2b 3 East

today by the Aerology Officer South Pacific." The war is really left hand and cut and bruises, J ", "'. .. ,::t \ 2 riders lo Chicago Friday, .t

of the Operations Department, r long way off if those islands areonf' he managed to pull the life raft Sept. 5. Chief Albee. ( '0 Barrack ,\.(....
Naval "romantic. I Call ext 777 brtweti" O730 and 1 f *> '
Air. Station. again from the plane and inflate it. He Lt McKay lint Eat 352 After SOlO.kooae ).









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The boys in Electronics have all

gone crazy They are all trying to
be the first to get their television

AMSitygrRSARY s 11 11c Is- receivers built. Every day they

< oo. ., compare notes and discuss tha
t best way to do each thing about
Y Video. But just wilt until theyv
Sv4 get it all done and find that )

they get is a series of .interestij
blurs instead of pictures. Wh
I bunch of frustrated l1.e sE'S
they'll be then.

Frances Antone oft /Radio

Shop certainly has str/ g Jungs

." If you don't believe u*. Just show
: ,( '{ her one of those liU I :;* r1 .w d She can -ltd high C long.
: know of L. Z.
.i'. WAVES FROLIC-Phyllis Poole, PNS, WAVE with the er than any o /i
I .:\ Griffin is lYt!'proud father of an
I
longest term at NAS cuts the huge birthday cake (
f ". photo eight pouw A ten ounce boy, born
[ ...., No. 1)) as the WAVES celebrated their seventh anniversary last Srft day. Q. C. Highsmith
t' Ie;:ft. '. .o ''.: with an outdoor barbecue last Friday at the estate of Roland l. I has h1 to stop smoking his cigars
r ,,, port Seems he recently.tnae"'
.' ,l Bradley, who .tands by watching the proceedings. II .1"

Fourteen of the newest arrivals were on hand to help I in !Lrargwa| : ws advertised thattfft

the celebration. Shown In photo No. 2, they are left to rsf' ._ ... the small'sum of twenty-five
'anl'and cents (paid in advance) he will
front row, Shirley Rltoch, ZHa Randolph, Elizab. ,+ Albina I I compliment any woman for three

Willie Spease. Second row, Marie La> ***' : minutes. There is nothing, he says
itlara-
Wytovich and Terry Macalis. Third row..Jo'II' "// fife i like a bit of flattery to keep t'hefair
1 o .**n*, or wa n sex happy Now what do
,
6leh, Nancy Schofield, At UAFJGloria you
Schooey Mattie argart.re.U ai.. Ramos. The suppose ever gave him that idea?
i..t nt -,Jn bU' t urt'. I John Kilday and Ed Houston
partake of a little reire* _
n_ recently went on a midnight
.?IIW """ : It hadn't
swimming party. started
I Marine Reserves out to be quite that way But
IiEditor's Week'SndWinejTafk t somehow before the evening end

,- ed they decided to take a dunk.
Return To
Base
L Notes Strange that they can't seem to be
able to remember all the details, '
could it be that you boys-er-' indulged
From ManeuversAfter
'from
: a wee bit too much?
.
I ; Chief Howard Parks, Inspectorin
taking part in what has I'
the
Instrument
Shop, returnedlast
been termed the '
i as largest and
'' week from
/ NltRTUkh most successful a sixty day leave.
t ( note This week's maneuver ever Everyone glad to him.
was see
-
I undertaken the .
.
.... by Marine Air
ft...: column is devoted to the memory ., ________ Reserve Just what he did while away he ,
.. __ _. men of NARTU
I
::; : of "Pete" Capps well known p. ..G-52; r-52L, and VA52L u 144 and Marine Air won't say. But he sure wears a
\ t'' Public Works annual cruise aboard the USS VMF-j Cheshire Cat smile if ask
s.: employee who, e weather has been out of this I landed at their home you
::4. passed on recently. "Pete" at ffr world for men on duty with the Franklin D. Ropsevelt CVB-42. port him whether or not he had a
Friday after two-week
,'. time penned the Inside .rublie I Air Group during July. Ground I Congratulations are in order for !I at Cherry Point a N C. exercise I good time. Al Strickland has
Works column.) have suffered most the last Robert A. Luke and John J. Mitchell become quite an expert on auto
... Public Work's department. has two crews days because they have to who recently received their As part of a force fo 2.500 offi- mobile motors. Ahem, something
lost one of its rrp* loyal employees -- in the and the rating as Chief in VF 52L. cers and enlisted men from Reserve about a cracked block is reported
out
stay sun service
loved and respected .by.. centers east of the Mississippi to be the for his
reason
planes. Some of the pilots We would like to welcome the acquiring
contact with him. say the local Weekend
nil who cam m Warriors"
L# that a little relief is to be had following men aboard in VF 52L: a jalopy recently. Are
fain better knownto amassed total
of
u Ernest Capps, Joseph H Baker, AEM3, NewmanB a more you SURE that was the matter
from the heat at six thousand feet.
than 400
all his many friends as just"Pete" flying hours. Each plane with ifQuestion
Martindale SR. Richard A.
Very few of us were able to veri- ,
Wednes took off for four flights and
a day,
L day. fy this and even when you get Pickett, AK2 Charles B. Sum the squadron's planes were of the week! Who is

.,' down from upstairs you feel the mers, ADEAN Lloyd J. Crump through the North Carolina roar Alphonse? Make him.slgn his
Pete was born in Ardmore, heat more than ever. BMG3 Cullen W. Wynn, AMS3 I ing work please! Our curiosity is get
skies from dawn to dusk
) Okla March 7, 1916 J and his'family and Charles H. Saucer, SR. ting the best of us. . .
moved to Jacksonville shortly The Air Group was a regularbee -x- I Though handicapped by the loss By Elizabeth Mach
thereafter He attended and graduated hive of activity last weekendas A hopeful writer submitted a of one of its planes, during the

.1' from local schools and wasa it appears almost certain that poem entitled "Why Do I Live*" I last week of maneuvers. the Jack- Capt. Frederic W. Priestman,
member of the First Church of we will get to practice (carrier It was l'etu'.ted with a note from sonville area reserve units scoreda commanding officer of NARTU

Christ Scientist in Jacksonville. landings and takeoffs aboard a i the editor reading We regret we near miss, or maybe a direct hit, spent several days at Cherry Point

h .." t Pete went to work for the Navy large CVL this September duringthe cannot use your poem but we ('an'' in its quest of the trophy to be observing the exercise. He was
in 1939 at Charleston C. S. transferring annual training cruise. All of : answer jour question. It is because awarded to the squadron with the I high in his praise of the work of
J from the Navy Yard thereto the pilots and some of the ground you mailed the poem to us best all-around performance for the Jacksonville "Weekend War-
the office of the Officer-in crew are expecting to go to Virginia instead of delivering it in person." I the year. nors". -
.
for several days in September -
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Charge of Construction at NAS.
Jacksonville in 1940 as Under to participate in the training. ; Enters Swim But He Ain't No Fish
Alphonse Meet .
Mail File and Record Clerk. He Lcdr. Frederic C. Wolf is a new !
i addition to the Air Group. Lcdr.
was the third dvir service employee
.
Wolf his home in '
to enter yet' on this station is now making A
and served the longest: term : Jax and has been on duty with Ftlf i I JOIN

I, fas clerical emr/oj, at NAS.t I the Organized Reserve in New Y't R SWIM'N TEAfl < ,

I In 1941 Pet* transferred to Orleans. More about Lcdr. Wolf "it' 0<<
Homestead w/iere he worked for at j later date. t3ctYi!

the Navy u/itil his transfer backto I Lcdr. Darrell Jones of Gainesville '
\
Jax in,. November 1942. After has joined the Air Group as i"'l NO

Jour more years here, he went to i an associate Volunteer. Lcdr. '...,... 1
work in the office of the Resident Jones was formerly associated :< ;)

Officer in Charge of Construction I with the Naval Air Reserve at .rQ: WATER
' ; at Green Cove Springs. He I If Los Alamitos, Calif. We wish to f t

f I -returned once again to NAS, Jaxr welcome these Officers aboard A -IIf :tL... .__.
r 1947 as administrative JUSMIS- and trust they will enioy being

tent associated with Air Group 52 as ,>
Pete will be remembered well much as "old, hands do

by all who knew him With sincerely I Some of the men have been

we dedicate this column given "skins" and in order to receive ,

1 to him __ -\----- I minutes pay each they month must flying get in 961 4j1)) .

A sailor at restaurant counter
This quite'a problem for
is
timt"1
after waiting for several minutes, '
wait finally approached by the 52L since VA52L they fares are a somewhat i ? .
waitress He Haul he would like squadron. I
better but they still have to work
some coffee without cream The
waitress went back into the kitchen I pretty hard to get in enough time When I stuck me smeller into 1------- -- -- -- -
About five minutes later for the men to qualify. the Sixth Naval District swim I 1I wanted to see if there was any I OJne guy beats-me-j jn the

she returned and said: 1m Miry I Lcdr Lloyd Barnard and Lt. meet held at NAS last week, I water in the pool. There wasn't, : next race-onlv thirteen beat

Were all out of cieam Would I J.fck Hestilow spent two days at somebody hollers "can you smell," much to my regret. him Then I signed up for the

.......yu.jUflt as soon have your ('offeejB NAS Oceana making preliminary only they weren't askin' a ques- LOGGER JIIAD diving event The first thing on
it without mill" arrangements for the Air tion. the dern'd meet II
Group s Entering 'Ha\e you ever bt't'nmder I the list was a jack-knife I did
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wasn't much trouble, but my ears I w ate r" the instructor asks."Sure" a jack.spoon instead-dived like
got tired in the time trials andI i I says "everybody tells 1 a jackass and they scraped me upwith
u had to start paddlin' with m}' me 1 I've got( water on the brain" a spoon; The next rubber-

O o D o d 0MAINSIDE arms, The following night I swam the back did a double-twist and

Lots of people have said thatI 200 meters freestyle Meters everybody stood up, waved their

Alphonse of the Air News hada that's the distance you Ret when hats and sneered My dad was
good head for diving and swimming you lay parking meter end to good in handling dives-he had
AUDITORIUM
-it was pointed An> wajs I I I end. I was off quick in my first the biggest dive in St. 'Louie. .
took the nonsensical attitude thatI race with time, and I came in The next dive I take, something
Movies and 2000 Wrfk.ends-JUO and 2000
: \\'ukdays-J730 ;
second behind time. There is
THURSDAY v wanted to enter the tourney- I seemed to have been missingmy -
with water something about my style that is
ment. So my wings trunks
"TilE BLAZING TRAIL" featuring Charles Starrett and Smiley
like nobody else's That the
(the ones Saint Pete gave: me
Burnett. I I tried a real fancy bit of rub-
when I was drownin') mv )life- one person I can beatnobodyelse.
FRIDAY berbacking next, I lifted one leg,
p. "TilE CROOKED WAY", with John Payne and Sonny TufU coat, liferaft my book on how to then holding it in the air, I lifted
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY swim and a copy of my new will, Finally I do get to race, and after the other That was a silly 'thing

"THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII", starring Preston Foster and I reported to the swim istructor, B quick start I look around, to do. I looked plain silly sittin
Ian Hale. I said I would care very much to nobody is within ten feet of methey'ie in midair with nothin' holdin' me

MONDAY join the Navy tank team He took all out in front. Just so up. Somebody bet me, 'Alphonse
'.d. "AIR HOSTESS", with John Henry and Winela Wright one look and said I would do. I I would have fcomethin to boast' of the Air News, that I wouldn't

::s'!; TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY didn't ask him what I'd do fer about I broke three record-). that ..1 I jump off the high board. I did
"TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME", featuring Frank Si but ran and jumped in the pool. night-they cost me six-blts each and I won the betbut I lost my
natra and Esther Williams. He thanked me and said he just and were ell by Spike Jones 1 teeth.








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Four JAX AIR NEWS 4 August 1949



I Jax Navy Baseballers Annex Air Lant Title I h;





Local Nine Wends Way .. d'





1M K # Into Atlantic Fleet Play I


A slow starting Jax-Navy baseball nine, which had plen.

ty of trouble hurdling obstacles at the beginning of the 1919

diamond campaign upset the dope to capture the ComAir .,
,
Lant baseball championship by stopping USS Kearsage 10-3 ;
'
in the AirLant playoffs last week: at Norfolk. Va. 't;,
-- - --
locals thereby earned the
The
decided the issue. The Kearsagenine
right to duel with the Quonset 11-3 in
I' tripped Jax-Navy the
Norfolk titleholders -
Point and area
administered the locals
only defeat -
for the Atlantic Fleet crown. .
in the meet.
Should the local combine i Jn the results, of the AirLant
> tS emerge victorious in the Atlantic tourney, FDR defeated Kearsage

u rJ't. I Fleet playoffs, which begin next 10.9; Jax Navy downed FOR, '>>0-V. .
4u Monday at Norfolk, it will rep- 3; Kearsage:."1"' *' 't:; "F'A1i"Z-0;
\ $ resent the East Coast at the All- Kearsaige dtubbc4: JaxFNtiv3 "U:3.(; I .,

__ Navy finals which will get under and Jai1. ;ci tefallCeYrsage; ,f .
way at either Hawaii or a West' th ; ...+
10.3..f.9 r 'crdwnl "
I 4 '
,
Coast site September 11. i fro

credited NAS hurler with both-Boh wins Becker at Nor-was NA S7. !oflNIers '_,;

u < folk, Becker and his team mates I II uI
halted USS Roosevelt, 10-3, in '
I I
I e: ad the AirLant opener and topped' Add To Record (,
the USS Kearsage by the same

t. I 10-3 count in the final game that 13-0
II With Win
DIVING FINALISTS-Here are the finalists in \*".- I I
week's Sixth Naval District) swimming; and divan meet.c'nft r springboard events at last Foulk Snares Jax-Navy's soflballers boosted
I Jeune, 3rd place; Dal Stauffer of Pensacola, 1st place; Bert K1Vlht, Ed Schwinn of Camp Le- their season's record to 21 vic ,r '
sjcola, 6th; Burt Hoen of Memphis, 4th; and Dan Richenback of C1001, 2nd; Don Mussetti. Penwinning tories against four setbacks with a .
: total of 394.5 points. c'i_ 5th. Stauffer piled up a 13.0 triumph over a Key West ,r'
_
Handicap
I: combo last week. r

I II The NAS combo was scheduledto .II
Seven Softball Clubs '
Battle Tiger .Edges Annexing birdies on the 14th, play last night, and is slated
I I I 10th and 8th holes and needing to meet Pensacola at the Power .:

For Area AirLant CrownRain Fernandina but 34 putts, Bill Foulk finished Plant diamond tomorrow night at
I 3-i \with a total 73 to cop the three- 2000. The' WAVES will take over '

early this week put the _u___ ___ ____ Quarter handicap medal play ben- j the local field this evening.: r 1. ", '
Chief Stokie Mott's Tiger nine L. In last Thursday's shut-out en-
crimp on play in the Jacksonvillearea third and 2 more in the fifth to JVNtwurnament held at the local
Air LaJit softball tournamentnow sew up the game CAG-8 took the registered another victory over links't Saturday. counter, Key West, one of the top ."
in lead in the first the past week-end as they eked Open'IJo' < personnel.proceeds teams in the Jax Area All-Navy .'Ii
progress at NAS, with one inningbut faded I' u Navy '
in out a 3-2 win over the Fernan- fro" softball eliminations, fell before 1
team already eliminated after two the stretch. >p tourney will '
days of play. | In the three games played the dina Blue Tigers on Mason Field aid the Dependerw tournament the superb pitching of Ed Such- '); ".
With seven teams battling for first day at the Power Plant Mon- Sunday. The Fernandina squad to be held the first wtM- ,,in Sep. erich as he chalked uP.his ninth 'i 'j.
honors, the tourney is scheduled to day, NAS Miami's Harpoons trim defeated the locals earlier this tember. A weekly meet w....1 be victory on the mound with nary a "'t!!
season. held locally until the depende defeat. While Bucherich was: tanJ. "
med
wind up Saturday with the winnerof VF-133, 11-6; Cecil Field
the playoffs gaining a berthin drubbed Air Group Eight, 4-0 and 1 Gene Stanley hurled for the Ti- meet. ring twelve Key West batsmen
the AirLant championships at Fasron 6 shutout Air Group One. gers, allowing only eight safeties Foulk toured the course with ana ending; them down in order !
Norfolk next week. I The Miami Harpoons took an and whiffing seven. Southpaw I I I an 80, but his handicap of seven five local or the seven innings played, ?
Rain halted the Fasron 6-Air early lead in blasting VF-133. A Fernandina moundsman Luke netted him the winning score of off sluggers garnered nine safeties

Croup 13 fray in the third canto fcur-run rally in the fourth canto i Holly fanned 16 local batsmen, I 73. John Lloyd and Mickey Vey- and Luke visiting AlltJaxNavy's I tossers Big: Story
Tuesday afternoon after VF-133 gave Cecil Field its 4-0 triumphover ., but the NAS team managed to tis Were deadlocked for run Paul DoltSavmo \
l.roke into the wtn column with a Air Group Eight. Cecil chucker collect nine bingles off the left I ner-up honors with 74's, acquired and for four-master Kvr; 'j each Jack connectE.'d '
10-6 win over Air Group 8 Tues- Ed Sewell was in troube in al- ''hander. Local slugger Cheney I with a nine handicap. Jack I i NAS
Smelley, backstop register-
day morning. i j most every frame, but escaped un Moore collected a triple and a Grant finished close behind with j II j I ed two singles and a of walks
pair
CAG-8 Out scathed.In single in four trips I a 79 garnered with a 26 point iI | in four trips to the plate.
Hurler Jiggs Noe toed the rubber I Monday's top fray Fasron 6, I -x- I handicap. I j A pair of errors and Savino's
in the 10-6 over Air''behind' the one-hit of Joe New Orleans (AFI'S-The '
triumph pitching ) 6th I In the kicker meet, for golfers homer in the first frame gave the
Group 8 for VF-133. The loss Hall, scored its 9-0 win over Air annual Sugar Bowl football classic with no established handicap, locals an early lead in the game
eliminated CAG-8 from the meet. Group One. Fasron wasted no timeas will be held Monday January : W. Reed took top honors with with three tallies. Three more
VF-133 jumped at the chance to it opened up in the first frame 8, 1950 instead of New Year's 83, less six, for a net total of S'I Key West miscues accounted fora
nick Air Group Eight's hurler for with 3 runs and scored a pair in Day as has bean the custom in the J. D. Whittemore copped Jax-Navy in the second
two runs in the initial setto and the third, 3 more in the fourth and past. The grid game will concludea place honors with 96, minus 19, : canto as Gene score Horton went all

added 5 in the second, one in the 1 in the firth full week of sports activities. for a 77. : the way around on errors. Four .
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telling singles a walk and two
75 Answer Call more bobbles gave the locals five
Records Smashed As Peusacla runs in the third. Halted in the
.
fourth, Jax-Navy pushed over another
For I initial Meet tally in the fifth with a single
Captures Sixth ND Tank MeetPaced and walk, then scored three

more in the sixth as Paul King
Of 49 Gridders by swimming coach John banged his circuit clout with two .
ny Higgins, who broke two All. style. and breaking the All-Navy ing the 300 individual medley, the men on.
About 75 huskies clad in shorts Navy records and took three cham- record with a time of two min- closing event of the meet. No relays I The locals will enter the Jack

and cleats took to the Mason.field pionships to amass a total of 18 utes, 23.2 seconds. The following were run, because the team sonville City Softball Tournament ,I., -
turf this week as coach Don Jacka I points 'for individual scoring hon evening, he went all out and cap- coaches agreed it would be injurious which opens play on the 15th of .;.
opened preliminary football drills ors, NAS Pensacola's swimmingteam tured the 400 meters freestyle, I to swimmers who had I August. The local combo has been ,,, ,'
Monday for this season's Jax Navy 1949 Naval Air Training I and 300 meters individual medley raced in other events the same defeating City League teams since "I tII
eleven Athletic Conference champs, add crowns. I evenings. the season first began, and should k;
The Sax Navy varsity, which ,ed another crown to their collec- His time in the 400 meters free- Group :Meet UnderwayThe I finish with high honors in the '''ifI
tion by the Sixth Naval' style was five minutes 17.1 I
prys the lid off the 1949 seasonon copping seconds coming affair. '"
September 24th against NAS District tank diadem here at NASlast while he broke his second first two swimmers in each "r.:' ,
I individual race, the first two divers .'
Thursday and Friday The All-Navy record by winning the :
Corpus Christi at Corpus Christi
and two teams remained Civilians
Pensacola aggregation, taking four medley in four minutes 18.4 sec- relay Card
Texas, will this year be composedof i -
firsts in swimming and capturingthe onds. at NAS this week to participate :,
gridders from NAS Jax, Fleet
in the South
Central
Air Jax, Cecil Field and NARTU. : springboard laurels, piled up | Behrendsen Wins Group
1'a total of 62 points while runnt'rr r tourney which got underway yesterday Links Tourney
"Although 28 lettermen from the I
Long-reaching Alfred Behrendsen
i!tup NATTC Memphis scored 50 at the indoor pool and is "
1943 outfit are back this season of Memphis started the fire- scheduled to be
completed
points in the two-day meet. i ii today.
nine of the eleven starting posts works off Thursday morning From this week's
competition, At Local CourseAn
have been filled and the newcomerIs :i Four All-Navy marks were bro- ] when he swam to victory in the swimmers and divers will qualify
startingout on the same foot as ken in the tourney with Albert 1500 meters .
freestyle, covering'the for the World-Wide
last season's returnee" was CoachJacka's Machael of Memphis and Bob Co- : distance in All-Navy open golf tournament for
twenty-three min- i championships to be held in San
words in his initial address well of Pensacola shattering the civilian employees of NAS has
utes 44.9
seconds.
Thursday Diego, Calif., starting August 21.
been slated for 13 at the
August
to this campaign's host of other two records. I
night, however, Pensacola took j Awards in the district meet
I local course with qualifying
aspirants.All Third in team competition was over as Higgins chalked up his II were presented by Comdr. P. F.
this week and next the local rounds to be played this Sunday.
Camp LeJeune N. C.. with 22 first
win, followed by Cowell, Bedell, NAS Executive Officer,
The meet, to determine the
pigskinners will be devoting! their points and Cherry Point, N. C., j who established an All-Navy and a group of selected division station ,
afternoons to preliminary drilK was fourth with 10 points. Jax- mark of one minute, 11.2 secondsby I and Carrier Air Group officers. I civilian golf king, is open to
stressing conditioning, Full scale Navy Green Cove, Cabaniss any civilian employee of the Naval
the 100 back-
copping meters Lieut. Paul King, NAS Pensacolawho
gridiron operations will get under- I' Air Station. Employees desiring
Field, Texas and Parris Island, s: stroke race. swimmincoal'h
was a Jax-Navy
15th, when the local entry must notify the Employee .
August
way C., failed to score in any events. ,.
last
John in of .
was charge
Garrett
mentor and his assistants begin to of Camp LoJeune I year Services section, building .
separate the men from the boys. Higgins, the only three-event took the only first place for the I the meet which was conducted by 450, by memorandum or phoning '
yDriving winner of the tourney registeredhis Marines by capturing the 200 the City Recreation departmentand extension 532. Applications gall!
-- -
first victory Thursday eveningby breaststroke crown, finishing in a number of volunteer offi phone calls wil be accept |d
Range taking the 200 meters free three minutes, 8.0 seconds to con. cials. until 1500 August -5. tfJS '

elude the first day's program. Entries in the tourney may put| ) '

Open EveningsArdent t Behrendsen' opened the second a practice round at the station4'
day's activity by registering his course Saturday with all reg&r, :," ,

golfers, or those who second victory as he swam the I trants required to post qualifyingscores !
300 meters freestyle event in Sunday. Score cards must
like learn how to a
to swing twelve minutes, 20,8 seconds Fri I I be turned in to the station pro
club can now swing: to their day night, Higgins scored againas Jack Harvey.The .

hearts content at night at the he took the 400 meters free. j first competitive round is

NAS driving range which will style championship. Albert Mach: t scheduled for Saturday. August
ael his took the 100 meters t 13, the second and third round .
be from O3()) until 2100seven
open 'mk freestyle in one minute, 2.4 Sunday, August 14 and the final
days a week beginning" a seconds to break his own All. round Sunday, August 21. Partici.

Monday Aug. 3. Navy mark of one minute. 3 sec pants will be divided into flights,

One of the finest to be found onds which he had set last year I 9 /4 with pairings to be made by a
Dal Stauffer of Pensacola took designated committee followingthe
anywhere in this part of the rounds.
the three-meter springboard qualifying
country, the Class A driving irijj championship( by piling diV-1 W'u'u' :<;': Prizes'will be awarded to the

range is located at the N/VS-golf/ .. total of 391.5 points. Higgins d, ... !i..S:... .- I winner, runner-up, and consolation
course. 1- AiM --1 captured his third crown by Johnny Iliggini. winner! of each flier'i I







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