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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1949
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOL. 7-No. 22 1 September 1949


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

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UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

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I Hurricane inflicts





Slight DamageMany



<;. :': ..: < .:':: d : Planes EvacuatedAs


)' Year's Worst Gust HitsHit


by winds at times reaching: a velocity of 80 miles

per hour, caused by one of Florida's worst hurricanes: which

swept through the state last Friday and Saturday the Naval

Air Station emerged from the blow with only slight damages

confined mostly to uprooted trees, hangar roofs, and residences i.

in the Dewev Park area

The powerful hurricane which -------- ---

YiO. ....o'A...:. },..a,+aw..a, .. raked the Florida East Coast with I Aboard the station as well H
PR YoSx otNO oaopQpowe} }tKtQDy} !t x ti ro.}' : in the Jacksonville area crew
gusts up to 130 miles per hour went to work early Monday

?'... did not catch the station unprepaiPd. I morning to clean up the debris
o } wwe.dtY a. a. xe Long before the powerful strewn about by the strong winds.
gusts hit this area, planes had al- 'Meanwhile all planes evacuated
readv been evacuated and housed from this area have returned
securely in hangars, and the sta- safely to NAS and Cecil Field
tion was secured Friday afternoon Planes were evacuated in face of
I to await the blow. the hurricane last Friday to
Smyrna Air Force Base, Term ;
Contrast Maxwell Field and Birmingham,
Ala; Atlanta NAS and Hensley
A sight one rarely sees at h Field, Dallas, Texas.
NAS is depicted in top photo It marked the first evacuation

showing: an empty ramp I a<> yp :0 of aircraft from NAS since Sep.
planes were evacuated last Fri- tember J947 when a similar hurricane -
day during: the approachinghurricane. : ,: hit the east coast of Florida .
The crowded ramp is .
shown, bottom, as it normally ., Power remained unbroken

appears. .t"1 '''." throughout the storm except for

.... .' ..Y. ...., .. _.. "I _"..,.,..,.", ;J short pei tod*. Emergency: power
Dividend Seekers r : ''', "'. L ':>" ,Xi" ... was brought in use at the Naval(
-- Hospital The station maintain
1 three power plants that can b
Rush To Secure .rM. : \ 1. t'lnergt'nl'It'put into use in case: of such


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Payment Forms I .. Three Squadrons

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Station personnel 1 eligible for '
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National Service Life Insurance .2s Aboard
> =: MidwayFor
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dividends flocked
in stream to t :
distributing to obtain their : "1' _.,. ., .; .

available application Monday.forms points winch became ney.' ....,.. ..watpC. '.M1t,2'kA. r'' -\".,.*' ,.,.'''.,ti., : ..".".'::1t'1 !;g' 5.sm&Mit. '... .;y'tf- ",

Some 1,150 former and present > ..., ..:,, .,.. ....,.,. :' ",, <<":$\' ;,<., .. ''! : huge am i aft carrier USS
policy holders seemed the forms fiu. .. ''' .. ,YY''''' Midway leaves the
.. 'I't 'Y
; Y : : .d ...... '... ) Mayport are
from the Insurance office in the '*." .: >>:-\I: ,; ::" .x' ",o;. $ & 1t: <, .
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Personnel building up to midmorning <' ."F" ', Air Jacksonville
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'; squadrons
.: '' remaining
: : f r \f.t < ,,,; .\;- :
Tuesday. ( JL. : aboard to finish their
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The forms can be seemed from ii/ / ,' : } ; ? % ttW, k (} $ two weeks training cruise..
department or activity offices un- _" ..--t', ..t.. 't.t! The Midway pulled into May-

til the supply runs out and department port area Tuesday and took on
or activity officers who New Foam the Fleet Air units for a two day
Fire-Fighting Ejector Talent Is SoughtFor
have not obtained their supplyfor training stint. Pilots from Air
distribution to their personnelare Groups 1 and 4 carried on qualification
urged to do so. Hundreds of Proves Worth During DemonstrationForced Stage ShowService landings during the Mid
personnel also swamped the Post way's stay here. while three
Office here Monday in quest of personnel and dependents -
squadrons of Air Group 4VF'41
to do overtime duty result of unforeseen contingency -
as a an -
interested in
the forms. Post Office officials in assisting
VF-42 and VA-45 remained
have asked that personnel obtain the new Navy-pei fected foam ejector system for controlling the production of a: stage play to aboard. The Midway did not inchop. -
hydro-carbon fires nevertheless survived its test
applications from their respective successfully in be held here at NAS in the near .
bringing under control terrific blaze created 6,000 of
a by gallons
units. The Publication and Print future are requested to attend a
Squadrons 41, 42 and 45
contaminated gasoline and oil in a demonstration here last Thursday commanded
1500 the
ing Office which received the meeting Friday at in respectively by Lc-dr.
forms for distribution has also Naval Air Station firemen, under Board Room of the Administration -
co-operation of Comdr. E J. Pel John P. Adams, Comcff. J. R.
fire chief D. E Moran, aftera
requested that personnel follow tier, NAS Public Works officer building. Sweeney, and Comdr. L. V.
the same course briefing of the new system, Those interested in the various
Swanson will
Preceding the test, Dr. Tuve undergo an extensive
went to work on the flame
Some 16,000,000 former and great phases of the stage including act- two-week
S present holders of the insurance emanating from thousands of stressed the versatility of the system ting, publicity, ticket committee, all phases training.naval program avi
workable either by the direct covering
gallons of burning liquid poured
are eligible to receive the dividends advertising, and back-stage work ation. Air Group 4 is under tin
with payment expected to into a specially built earth pit at application or by subsurfacepipe are asked to attend Friday's con command of J J. Souther landMiddies'
lines. The foam
generator
the Public Works Insteadof
dump
start some time in January 1950.A ference.
assembled the Public Works ----x -- -
total of $2,800,000.000 will be the minute or so expected to by Mrs, Roland) White who has had ,
paid on about 20,000,000 policies. extinguish the blaze with the new department, consisted of a trailer outstanding success in the pro MAS. Visit
foam, firemen were forced to pumping unit and a 1,500-gal-
The Veterans Administration duction of plays for Navy benefits -
has reported that swindlers have battle the flame for 20 minutes. lon tank truck containing the at NAS Pensacola and NAS Halted By StormA
foam.
been peddling the counterfeit., The overtime battle was a resultof San: Diego will direct the pro
forms for a nominal fee and such about 1,000 gallons of paint Raymond Neil!, chemist, and J, posed stage play, proceeds of group of 97 Annapolis second
bogus application will be discarded thinner which had been mixed B. Peters, chemical engineer both which will go to the welfare class midshipmen were
without action Persons who with the gasoline and oil in the (Continued on Pace 2) fund, forced to postpone their scheduled :
have submitted phony blanks'' pit. Paint thinner is resistant to ,I trip to NAS last: Friday dueto
prior to Aug 29! will not be con- both mechanical and chemical ., ,---" .._... >- .... the hurricane that tore thru
sidered eligible to receive funds foams i .4 Florida
I. .
.
unless they re-file on the official Versatile System [ .. .. .. ',;":"Air'ry, Comprising the third b-iltil-

VA-Fonn 9..MO.IlIlp'JrtalU'e Operating four hoses and work- l .'.. I.. ; '. ..'. "..' .', 1M. i.t' .' I| ion, the group aboard the Caroline
: 'f. !Mars turned back
in filling the torms .'. : was <: it
ing close to the flaming crater, I ,
r. {f
out correctly has been stressed. the firemen poured the mermgue- .'t' :: Charleston' S. C. but continual
incomplete or erroneous entries like foam on the surface of the > : > ,.: on to Pensacola. The final group
will delay payments. Entitled to burning liquid in steady streams :: Ji of middies 's expected it) arrives

payments are owners of policies Despite the unanticipated presence 9iM' '; : here September. 8.
issued between Oct 8, 1940 andJanuary ; ----x-
of the paint thinner the __ __ ;
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I 1948.! ,0 "' '
d"
I provided
policies demonstration proved to be an Base To Observe _
;;: Were'ltept tor at least 90 days important step in modern fire "it V-J DAY-Sept. Z marks the
l Holiday Monday
x I fighting. It proved the practicability Ith anniversary of V J Day On
.. Scout Mothers Needed of the application of the Dec. 7, 1941! the Japanese pull NAS will observe Labor Day;
: new fire fighting apparatus rn ed their sn ak attack on Pearl Monday Sept 5 as a 1 legal I holiday
;:'L!Any\ mothers with past experience combatting hydro-carbon[ fires Jlarltor, left, and if was :.1 years; with a full day's respite)
Z'- in Girl Scout work or who I The system was developed by Dr ;and 7 months later on Sept. 1, from woo k. '
Ii;. 'would like to be a Girl Scout Richard L. Tuve, engineer from I1)li! that the articles of unconditional Only the necessary guard, ,ajmniistrative I .
&
Jf!: + leader of a station troop are ask I the Naval Research Laboratory, I 1 !surrender were signed I and maintemnceiduties
ed to. call the Protestant Chapel I, Washington, D. C., wh. was on (top| ,aboard the battletlii| will be performed during!
tension 445. hind to direct the test, with the lliasouri. 1 the holrdiy





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Two JAX AIR NEWS 1 September 1949


NEW DEFENSE SET-UP-





I Dept. Of Defense Supersedes- NME Weekend n Notes




--President Truman recently signed into law levt'l nd-Fk: ;; :- ; ; ;
L.
the new military unification bill which substitutes Elmendorf, vice presidentof
the Heller firm; and two other members of
a Department of Defense for what formerly -
the same company Fred E. Raach a cost accounting -
was designated the National Military
specialist and Frederick O. Robbins
Establishment, and gives Defense Secretary ......... 1
an expert on organization. With the Weekend Warriorsof -- --- ---- ...,..
Louis A, Johnson additional administrative of
Increasing the efficiency of Armed Forces VP (ML) 56 flying daily for RON men. In the Lt.
authority over the three Services. two weeks on their annual train (jg) Paul C Hoffman. The gang; ,
management may result in estimated savingsof has been headed by Lt. (jg) -
Under the new law, the Service Secretaries ing cruise they certainly filled

retain their titles, but lose their status as members $1 billion to $3 billion a year, Defense officials the air around north Florida and "Chick" Haynes, the FASRON '.

believe. Efforts to increase their with Ordnance Officer
of the President's cabinet.In management log books bombing, --x- '
efficiency were in line with the recommendations rocket, and strafing runs, for ""' -"
one of the first orders issued by Secretary mation ] and ,
of the Hoover Commission flying,: navigation :
Johnson to put the law into operation, on Government instrument flights, night flying' ClassifiedBulletin

Gen. Joseph T. McNarney, USAF was named reorganization and a variety of special joint

chairman of a National Committee. Other The new legislation changes the makeupof exercises with a submarine and ,tf

the National Security Council by adding the surface craft. Not only] have the ...
members will be Army Secretary Gordon Gray, pilots had "never a dull moment"but ,

Under Secretary of the Navy Dan A. Kimball, Vice President to it, and dropping the Secretaries the ground crews as well FOB SA u: ,\ .

find Assistant Air Force Secretary Eugene M. of Army Navy and Air Force as mem have taken pride in being a self. '37 2 door Denolo sedan Fair ('(In..
dltlon. C. E. Lowe, 9029
Zuckert. bers. sufficient outfit doing their own Ave. Phone 8-W73. Appleton

\ line work and with the close co- Used bed and mattes, $20. Good Con
Advisory Group The Council, as constituted by the National operation and help of FASRON dition. Phone 8-OWH.

Mr. Johnson also established a management Defense Act of 1947, was composed of the 158, performing engine checksas 3 bdim. home. Munt sacrifice for ,
$6975.. Downpayment ind bll. leas
advisory group composed of paid commeicial President as chairman; the Secretary of State; well. than Cent GOblll' 1U8: Hendilckl .____.k

experts. Secretaries of the Military Departments, and By the end of the drill most Ave Phone 9-3807.
3 rnta. furn., good cond.'Iuaard
Head of this group will be Robert Heller, the chairman of the National Security Resources squadron pilots 1 had logged motor, 6 H. P., slightly uied. J, S.
around 55 hours flying time, as McGltllcuddv 3MO: Dewey Puilr.
President of Robert Heller and Associates, of Board.-AFPS) : l'l
__ _4l __ __ w__ ___ _____ well as keeping up a rigorous Baby turn Maple and chest, high 1
schedule of technical training chair play pen, bathtnrtt, carilnye.
1 Mrs. Berger( 1307 Cumber l land Rd. .
Quarterly Clothes Allotment I classes. One special operation Pho. 8-0482. ,p

I consisted of five planes rendezvousing TI) for tot R. J. Pnrlnl. 34W B. Tty.lor ,
I ;; at sea with the British St., Dewey Pai k. Pho. ext. ,

l SUPPLY Available After 9 Months I I H. M. S. Snipe and making bombing '39 242 Buick prior Sedan.to 15.10. Motor fair $123- '_#

and rocket runs on a special rash. Eat 403 or Photo 8.31.KI.: DUMB. ,.4
: I towed while '41 Stude. Comdr. 2 tone. O\eirtil ',' t
---- -- --- ------- --- target providing '
A change covering the payment I radio and heater. Sacrifice $.V!t\! .
____ _n_____________ I of quarterly cash clothing become eligible for the allowanceas i live targets for her radar plot. Palumbo. 930 Gary St Pho. 8-t>07l
allowance to enlisted personnelhas of October 1 of the same year. ting and gun tracking. Another after I7nn. f I

So it's September! So Sallies been announced, reducing the If he were to enlists, or re-enlist I day, squadron planes located nt '.18' Buick coupe. Ch. \\.181 l Kxt. PICK. ',t.
sneaks back from its summer under broken service after 90 i I sea, and made runs on the USS Living rm. couch ft chair $IS. C. S. < J
time enlisted men must remainon Vtr/o, 3441 A Taylor St.. Dewey ;! :'
siesta to do business at the same active duty before becoming days from date of last discharge I Pickerel, a "Guppy" type submarine Pai k.Cooker, e.'f '

old] stand under a new heading.To I eligible to receive the allowance on March 1, his eligibility wouldbegin I with Snorkel underwater spaniel, 9 week old. AKC ifK. .. ii,
I on the following January engine breathing tube. : Method 4026 C. Dewey Patk Fho. !
\J.
catch up on the doings of the from 12 months to nine. .I e\t. MM.Enisle '- $ "
summer of some of our Supply-] i I Cash allowances three 1. Pilots aboard for the two Heatrola. all circulating heater \
ers whose activities have come every I New regulations handed down weeks cruise are: Lcdi1. C. W.: Tank A metal span Crews, 1027: ',,.r:
to attention months call for $20 for Chief in Secretary of Defense order No. Chuck Dancy St. Pho 2-54/7.: ", : -
our we present ( ) Rogers, Commanding :
1 Petty Officers and stewards, 10049 calls for discontinuation of 2 turn nouneii.. 1 rented. Steady income ', '
Births: To Commander and Mrs. I Officer Lcdr. Tom W. Ex- '
; Ray, Owner leaving L.. B.
$16.50 for WAVES and $12.00 for I ,
O. B. Porter a son, Jefferson- certain items of clothing as pre. ecutive Officer; Lcdr. Bill Chit. Koley;, Route 4, Box 4% 'b., \\ enconnelt. .t-r
their second. Engagements! : Mar- I all other ratings. i scribed apparel and small stores ty; Lcdr. Harvey A. Smith; Lcdr. I. :
I| Allowance payments start with 1 for enlisted men. Items eliminated House tialler. Good cond. $:IItO.A / I!?
garet Roberts to Orville Booth, George R. Tamalis; Lcdr. Harry equity. O. N. Smith 4008 A. Dewey '
in July Wedding plans to be announced the first day of the quarter following are the whisk broom, shoe I I M. Nearing; Lieut R. W. Johnson I Park. \

later. Married: Norma the quarter in which the brush, handkerchiefs jack knife, ; Lieut Henry Anner; Lieut. Ladv'ft long coney fur coat $50 cash ,: :t
I nine months active duty is com I toilet kit, and bathing trunks. i Call 5-5<<82 between l.WO and 1400. .
Nix to Ralph Hendricks, last Fri- Ira H. Mackie; Lieut. Bert T. !I .
Mrn. Tu..l' 231
I II ) W. Adams St.
;
day night; Ruth Linn and Vonice pleted.] Thus a man enlisting for I Uniform regulations are to be Saymon; Lt. (jg) Bill Snelling; Blcvcle Prac. new all extras Included. _, ,; '+1"

Taylor were bridesmaids. Anna : the first time on January 1 would amended accordingly, it has been Lt. (jg) Harry C. Ragsdale; Lt. $40 cash Owner leaving city. J. ,(.,

Wear in Receipt Control changed i announced. (jg) G. B. Tabelmg] ; Lt. (j jg( R. I. G 5-9112 OWf'nl. 129 Maikel St. Pho. 'a'..y

her last name to Mercer; and -x- I, Dick O'Reair; Lt.. (jg) W. B. Boxer. AKC, 18 mo. Red f8\l n. JlV G''f1r

Lt-ola swapped Noguera for Bru- Capt. Priestman Winter, Lt. (jg) J. A. Morotn; Lt. lA'dr Mclaughlin 3865 Concord .

baker; Jane Dinmore left Accounting FirefightingI (jg) Leander M. Green; and Ens. St Pho. 2-1254 :
last week to be married Forwards Letter Jack E. Colsen.] Streamlined type taylor tot. K. Good
I ( from Pare 1)) condition. Mr*. Keller 1107 Cumberland -
Friday and take up her residencein I Dan O'Leary, ADEC, reports Rd. Pho 8-5190.
I
South Carolina; Helen Hall, Of AppreciationA from the Navy Research Laboratory (I that his men on the line are too '49 Stud '4 ton Truck. Canopy Top. '
who came here with Dr.i i, Uhltaker. Ext. 8230 or 4.127: Hla.WHthH ,
of the same section, became Mrs. I tired with day and night opera-
I Tuve also hand St. ,1
to
G. W. Hollod at the Chapel hereon letter of appreciation for the were on see. tions to provide any good stories' "
!
results of their efforts. Also
the base. Ensign Hollod is Naval Air Station's cooperationand present but that several of the men are HIK RENT: f' j
to witness the local test I I
turently assigned to Squadron courtesy extended during the' members of the Jacksonville) were Fire not far behind the pilots on New 3 rm. apt.lnlul'n.. Near NA!!. 1'M'I.
VF-81 Dan Lane reported to eight week Seaman Recruit flight time. Webster and Teas- Rogers 3531 Post St. Phone '
Personnel recently that his next Training Program at NARTU has' Department, state deputy fire ley seem to be leading the field, Garage 2-!<>aV ij
marshal G. E. Wilson district fire apt. Living im. kitchen bath ,
of kin was now Mrs. Pauline O. been received by Capt. Alvin I. with Binns and Davis close behind utilities! Near NAS. McClelland. JF'h. "; '
4
i marshal Hart and his
Lane, his bride of last week. Malstrom] NAS commanding officer Lloyd assistant I all with better than 20 27994. "\
Marion Fulcher and Alice McCormick from Capt Frederic W. H. F. Harding, fire prevention hours airborne the! first week. 2 rm. turn apt. tt.l entrance, hot ;;',
M. M Duboseof < Hater Vacant :
engineer Giovel. 633 '
tied the knot last Fri Priestman commanding officerof I Bourrie hasn't been on the Wheeler AlP Phone 24275. ,
.
the Sixth Naval District andS.
day night. NARTU. ground all the time either. Wilson :S mi. bungalow. Aval) Sept :3 $75.
L. Stevens special agent with | Hallmark, and Gray are Airs. Turner 2152 Bertha Phor.t "i' .'.
Vacationers: Henry Behrens j Captain Priestman's letter the National Board of Underwrite 9-91\S9. ;t.j,
returned Monday from an extensive states: ers. dividing their time between flying Kuin, brick bungalow connect Vlu

vacation which took him to "This command is concluding and serving as- O'Leary'sright Chen. Refined couple. !Sue Parka, :':
Oak Arbor, Washington, to visit i Crossroads- I hand men. E. L. chambliss 4520 Delta St. Murray Hill. rhrn j
an 8-week Seaman Recruit 2-1428 after 1!NX> during vtk. ,
Program 'is charged with the SNB line ,: "J
his and thence to Vancouver
daughter, i Training Program designed to j AS'all. Oct. 1, 6 i'm. apt A p\t ball <;;;;;
. Elizabeth Slade, who familiarize select of Changes Air Time and it's crew and it had run on second floor with pvt. entrance. 1'';;t;'
if; noted for her unusual trips I a group without a hitch. Jack Harvey Pho. Orange Park 2371. i
also trekked to that neck of 100 high school and college "Crossroads," the radio pro- had done a good job of running Con tm. In pvt. home, Single and "
up i '
students with naval aviation. double Conv. to NAS. Mrs ue '.ot\\
I dealing with the problems the VP shack. G. S. Chichesterand
the woods, stopping over at Can i, In order to gram Srhultz. 1447 Avondale Ate. Pho. :
efficiently
ada's fabulous Lake Louise. carry of juvenile delinquency has I Farrar joined the squadron 2-5930. '
Bobbie Dixon slipped off for a out their training program, it moved from its Thursday eve- I just in' time to get in on the All modem house trailer Electricity: j "
was necessary to call on various water, etc, furn. 29, i'
the ning spot to Friday evening at i cruise and already they've prov- 'i'H.lot ,
few days to most glamourouscity I Azalea Trailer Park, Ext.
in the w.orld-New York. departments of the Naval 1900. It will continue throughout ) ed themselves assets to VP. By 6 tm. flat, 3 tm. apt., two 4 tm, arts. ,.?:'
Shorty Siegel enjoyed his tour of I Air Station for support. In ev- the season at its new time over mutual agreement with Fasron MlM Herring I 627 Edition Me. Pho. :

Florida with Mike Romanoff, ery case, cooperation and .courtesy radio station WPDQ ((600 on the I 158, five of their mechs, Holton, 2 4-3248. ",;- w
BunKalowi, turn and unfurn. :Near
were us.
given dial). Morkin Merriam Tison and Mc-
professional wrestler and promoter NAS. Mr*. Harris :2919 boric Ave
Estelle Boyd and Alice I I, therefore, wish to take this I With Little Theatre membersin I Lean have mustered and worked, Phone 2-5221.

Salyard let the steamship line opportunity to thank you and the cast, the program will air and flown right along with VP, !5 rm. Bungalow Klee: equip. Oft
I the heads of actual that been heard' Edttpvvood A>'e. on Emerson; Rd. Sir
have and
their Habana your depart. cases they also are getting in
plan guide tour of I Putnull Pho. 5-j}(IO.
merits for the interest and aid in Duval County courts. plenty of flight time.
Cooba where they were suitably : I II t.r.I''anll'd \
.
in this program. The Naval Air --x The ordnance is making
impressed with the spic-and- I I gang I \\ to lent: 2 or :3 bedroom" ht>UJfI.unful'nlaihl'd ,
Spanish. Sue Adams spent her Station contributed very materially -I Hotel: A place where guests often a /great name for themselves] I i( Chief Grlmsley, ext. 405:

leave in St. Pete, visiting her to its success._ I give up good dollars for poor'' with the closest of cooperation I I or Phone 8287.:! .
Lost black male rocker spaniel. White _
quarters. between the VP and the FASY I II
dentist every day!. We'll catchup -- -. spot on neck wearing MAStrtv. tat;
--- -- -- --
on some of the other Supply] I :6. Capt. Minter; ext. 5<>8.
ers in later issues Wanted house cleaning work on MOJ!.
I Tue.. and Thurs, Mae Jenkins, She,
S-8856W,
1 Baby litter wishes po ltlon. Mis* .
Not New NuggelslHave I Bowen, 2245 Park St. Pho. 7-7274.: {

Available: house day worker Call! ext, N
you visited our shop I 2,50.: f
lately? You will be surprisedand ---- -- -

delighted to note the Max Air News
changes made. We are proud to

present the New Look in decoration Editorial Office

display, and depart- South Wing, Lower Deck _

ment shopping. I Bltl(. "30 a;
The racks are filled with Telephone Extension-8184

dresses suits, coats for sun and Andrew H. Planer, editor

rain, skirts and blouses fh. JAX AIR NEWS I* published ,
these for Mom and the girls. weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station .

The men's department boasts k Jacksonville Florida and print

splendid] buys for Dad-uniforms ed commercially with non-appropriated
I fund it no expense to the governmentand
suits, shirts and ties. In compliance with SecNav Circular
Infants and toddlers department Letter -1918 dated 12 December 1043.

is overflowing with everything Copies are distributed free of chargeat ..
needed for little 1. the Naval Air Station the Naval -
Air Keierve
Training Unit. Na'aJ'Au.
folks and our furniture department I iliary Air Station. Cecil\ Field and tbe

features high chairs buggies FIRE-FOAM TESTED: : -AeritaUv iu.\rno was supplied U. S Naval! Hospital.) ,

cribs, houeshold] items for the test of the Navy.perlf't'tfd foam
and the larger toys for chil ejector system The JAX AIR NEWS I I. a .ncmbsr of

dren. for combatting hydro-carbon fires which was demonstrated the Ship Editorial Associationand.
the Aimed Force Press Senlce Reproduction >
At the NOT NEW SHOP in here at NAS last week. The flaming pit is shown, of material from ,- these

the Hobby Shop Building every -I I left, as it sends up treat billows of smoke, while NAS firemen sources must bear a credit line. Rtpub. ,
Thursday from 1000 until Ilea lion of other matter, except byService :
1400. j right using the new foam, battle the surging flames. publication I* prohibited without
permission I of Editor JAX AIR
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1 September 1949 JAX AIR NEWS Page Threw


f'! y/, '/,:, "w/' ,:" '"1',,''., '1B 16 Marines Post

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> > High Rifle ScoreSixteen


;, : NAS Marines will be
drawing extra pay for the next
12 months as a result of their
.. ability with the M-l rifle durirg

.. firing qualifications at the Camp
Blanding
u range.
I Four experts and 12 sharp-
shooters were produced out of 34
Marines who completed firing

t j, last Friday establishing a record -
I ri of 94 per cent qualified. This
figure is considered exceptionally -
high among Marine groupson
>. x Ma< : ': the East Coast, it is reported.
: Qualifying as experts were Pfc.
s'a Walter A. Bennett, Pfc. Donald
A. Carver, Sgt. John O. Dur
ham, and Lt. Julius King.
Sharpshooters were Pfc. Shelby
,E K II Adkins, Cpl. Drew Clark Sgt.
Robert Hillhouse, Pfc. Alfred
Loria, Sgt. Joseeph Ezell, Pfc.
{ Robert Cooper Cpl. Edward

Bucherich, Cpl. Charles Powers,
I n Sgt. John A. Miller, Cpl. James
> E. Tillman, Cpl. Donald Johns
:1f" ton and Sgt. Herman H. Braw-

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Purchasing IsBeneficial
KEEPING THEM HAPPY'rfY few idlers are
'.Jf.W'
'-" found among the many children who keep busy at theIt. -

: station Nursery while mom and pop are away. A few
.
+ IIf the kiddies partake of outside recreation on the r. :,', An appeal for the strict obser-

I"I swings, left, while the smaller tots who must bear closer vance of rules governing the use

; ri.... watching: relax inside the Nursery, top right. A croup . i of commissary cards issued to naval -

of youngsters get together, bottom right, for inside recreation i1 ..., '. ". the personnel Supply Department has been ,made which by

of games and the like. ; "!' holds the
,'. jurisdiction over station's -
j'. "
.
: ':' ,
sales stores.
j .
i j '
; l' ,,.., ." "' Any infraction of the rules,
.'. ,\ -, -- .- which limit purchases in the
stores to Naval personnel and
,,r t Kiddies' Retreat Future Of Station J Officers' Wives Club MeetsOffict'rs' their dependents, will result in

\ I cancellation of the privilege and
Cub Pack No. 131
Wives Club luncheon disciplinary action by the com
Care At Nursery RelievesParents' Hinges On Support meeting will be held on Wednes. manding officer, it is pointed out.
day September 7, at 1300, at the I At the same time it is stated
With its dwindling Officers Club NAS. There will that of
., membership I any complaints customers -
Worries Of Junior i due to advancements and be a fashion show. No reserva- or suggestions for improvement
Q 'transfers, NAS cub pack 131 tions accepted after noon Tues ''I in the services rendered
1.\ ', faces a gloomy future unless it 'day. Call extension 8154 for res ,, should be brought to the direct
T If you're a Navy wife and I' .1 fullfills the many vacancies by ervations. attention of the officer-m-charge,
;: mother and wonder what's to be Arline Cheshire, in supervisor; Mrs. I! Nov. 1 when the pack charter l i A hillbilly, seeing a motorcycle : either by memo or note droppedin
Benton of infants
Cricket charge
; t" done with Junior when you want i, expires. rider going along the road I II the suggestion box inside the
Mildred Bedard Mrs.
Mrs.
r to pick up some gizmoes on sale I ; Chartered here in Novemberof I below the house (and never having I entrance of the stores.
t; in town, don't fret, but tie on Nell Scanbo, kindergarten group last year, cub pack 131 until seen an automobile or mo- I I The primary mission of the
"t., your shopping bonnett and drop and Miss Frances T. Talley, help-i 1 recently had a' membership of torcycle before), grabbed his rifle I Commissary Stores as declared by
I y! ,J the kiddies off at the HAS Nur- I er. At the accredited kindergarten I' 21, but now is down to ten. Six I and took a shot at it. the Supply Department is to pro-

....J-, } Ft'ry. for,the the children teachers in plan the recreation same line I, cubs have advanced to Boy I His wife called out: "Did you vide for a convenient means for
,1 r' Whether your offspring is schools the base. Scouts, troop 131, with six moreto get the varmit, Zeke?" i the procurement of necessary
.1">; three weeks or seven years old, I as off be advanced in the next two I "No," he said, "I didn't kill it. items' chiefly provisions, for
J,'Jt: he will romp in delight inside 1 I| At present in the summer list months. By the end of October, I I can still hear it growling, but i I II members of the naval service at
: ,"t a managerie of stuffed elephants, of charges are 39 of the older I II unless replacements are forth- I I sure made it turn that man the lowest possible prices. Leader
; .J'. gingham dogs, calico cats, amidstf' i group and 15 in the younger. I II coming, the pack will dwindleto l loose." items, such as* are provided by
and i i Topside there are 24 beds, 5 4 members.The chain stores to attract customers
't swings.hobby Or horses, might playpens leave him bassinetts, and 2 playpens. Below : cub pack will need 1 cub- Parents of boys in the eligible'age are outside the policy of the
\I"I in the sand you pile outside to build I is a large kindergarten master, 1 assistant, 1 committee group listed are requested to Commissary Stores, it has been
in I room for the older children and chairman, 4 new committeemen, I attend the meeting !Sept 8 at : pointed out. But on day to day
,. his sand castle, or a swing,
him kitchens. Rooms topside include 4 den mothers, 1 chief den building 601 at 1930. It has been' sales the Commissary prices
t. <>r on a see-saw or push 2 rooms equipped with mother and 15 to 20 of stressed that it is to the
.' ; down shoot-slide that is. Under nursery boys ages up parentsto prove to advantage of then
r r. x':" the supervision of trained wo- bunks, kindergarten, cribs anda 8 through 11 years.In keep the cub pack alive. steady customer.
:
service
playroom. Diaper is -

j" vi.' .1.;c;, per Then cf for hour he the will until nominal be the well parents fee taken of 25 return.cents care provided I I Donations for for the expenditures younger group.of I!I. Alphonse Shows How It's Done In Tug-o-War Battler II

the made offirers'
organization are by -
.
.
Self supporting, the two-deck
--
wives and the Not New
1 ',f, building 1101 near the Alber- ..'Shop.. The Senior kindergarten
,..".I:: marie gate, first opened for busi- : group will begin classes on Sept. > V ";>
Tiess on Jan. 13, 1947, was estab- 8.

{j.,1: : Jished as the result of fundsraised I I Though the nursery is self sup 4 >r
by the Navy Wives Club. porting the Navy furnishes the N"T
Jn contrast to the five children organization with utilities.x '
s, placed at the nursery that first I --- -
(, day there are now sometimes as I
.. '. many as 90 youngsters to care 14 Receive WordOf
I
for in one day. Open Monday
/.'" from 0700 till 1800; Tuesday, Rate PromotionsFourteen
: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday ,
'1' :-r from 0700 to 2400; Saturday I NAS enlisted men
:, from 0730 to 1300; Sunday from have received promotions in rat-
'. 200 to 2230, the nursery is divid- ing effective August 18, it was re- -
td into two groups. The lower ,. vealed by the Personnel Office. )t14
deck consists of children from Receiving advancements were "fMIt'7.'J.\
'
_ 2 to 7 years of age and topside Thomas M. Henderson, from ,AL3 .._
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weeks to 2 to AL2 Lauro M. Cifuentes Ben- one of my more relaxing
from 3 years. ; didn't
event got a village idiot not sleep in Along the
Competent StaffIn nie J. Farrar, Robert T. Gallagher moments I, Alphonse of the Air way
since I left They wanted I passed the race track where
News, chanced to glance at the anyway.
book ofapplique and S. Horace all !
,
atmosphere Harry ,
a fairy I
in the the fair the horses reminded
local (Yes, there are me to act play at were running. It. -
camels BM3 Donald newspaper
SN Dus-
clowns, nursery from to ;
(' others besides the Air News-so once but I wouldn't do it. I didn'tlike me of Churchill Down'
characters and the chen from DC3 to DC2 William
wagons ;
1 the role they handed me- Great track that Churchill
bulkheads the little H. from MU2 to MU1 I they say) and noticed a note
like the
: 1. on Hagen, ;
there was no meat in it. I like a Downs. Beautiful grass all over
about the coming county fair.
: charges are provided with color- William J. Brown, Jr., SN to PN3;
with in it. the After the
part some meat They place. fourth raceI
Now the feature of the day'sprogram
t-d clay and toys as indoor Dewanee H. Butler, from PNSNto
\,0" crayons hot had of it
and sent for lunch
it seems was to be an gave me a dog me some .
weather
when PN3
diversion ;
home! Feeling the urge to place a betI
Old Settlers' the
prohibits play in the sunshine.' Robert D. Sweet, from TD3 to ; tug-of-war -
game of sport where two teamsof !! Off to the fair I traipse (coin- put $2.00 on a horse called
TD2 Donald D. Pladson, from "
;
f.t t Working in 2 shifts, 5 .mem "Dark Victory. That's when the
v beefy, brawny, strongbackedmen ;1: bination of a farmer's waddle
TDAN to TD3 Richard A. Babb I
; :, ': ., hers of the staff include Mrs. from YNSN to; YN3; Lois W. Ne-, (mostly guys who have the and a cowpoke's stride) with my horse came in-at 9:30: p, M.
.I? SN to DC3 ,I day off and who were pushed into I dog Herkimer and my mule Alice I reach the scene of ac ion, gota
Some women grow up to spread vin, from and Elroy brilliant idea and bet the crowd
'ht't-'r-otht'u just spread. A Luedtke, HN to HM3. the thing by their wives) pull ona trailing along. Herkimer saves
that I could
://1' : rope opposite directions. After me a lot of trouble-I never haveto compete alone
.. ', the (contest is over they take look into a mirror to see whatI against a team. So we went at it,
THEATRE GUIDE I the rope and throw it to the dogs look the opposing crowd pulled)) and
-there's enough meat on it left I like.A Dirty Trick i pulled and I wouldn't budge.
j ti", : MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM by obliging participants who I On my way into the fairgrounds I i Suddenly there's a jerk from my
Movies: Wf't'kdays-1730 and 2000; wffk-ends-1430 and 2000. think nothing apparently of <> (Pay?-silly boy! I've I I end and the opposing team ends
THURSDAY walking around with a meatless been to fairs before) I notice a up flat on the ground. "Our hero"*
"SOUTH OF DEATH VALLEY". starring Charles Starrett and hand. bunch of jitter-bugs going at it. cries the crowd I go outside
Smiley Burnett. To the Fair Oh, for those old fashioned the fence and release Alice my
FRIDAY County fair, what memories! dances when the boy would tim- mule who was holding on to my
I "WOMAN HATER", with Steve Granger and Eunice Feuillere. Takes me back to my old home idly approach the girl, bow stiffly I end of the rope. I may be countrY'but
SATURDAY' AND SUNDAY town. It's a small town. When and say, "May I have this my head ain't full of hay!
I I' "EASY LIVING", featuring Victor Mature and Lucille Ball. you enter, there's a sign that says dance, please?" Today the hep- I,I On my way out I pass the ani
MONDAY "Welcome." When you leave the cat grabs his jitter-bug and i' mal exhibit.And for the first
:. "HOUSE ACROSS THE STREET", with Wayne Morris and Jam'sPaige. town, there's a sign( that says screams, "Come on, snake-let's time I saw an oboi. You know
1 "Come Again." The town's so crawl!" You won't believe what an oboi is. It's a wild ani-
.
":" TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY small "Welcome" and "Come this but on my way to the scene I mal that eats garlic and onions
"ROSEANNE Mc'COY", starring Raymond, Massey. and Steve Again" are both on the same of the tug-of-war I actually sawa and every time it passes )'OU-
Granger. sign. It's so small they haven't bed that George Washington OH, BOYJT






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Pave Four JAX AIR NEWS 1 September 1949 t

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Softballers Cop First Tourney Tiff I i..
Action ResumesAt Grid Squad Due For Cot"

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Rain Holds Back County ScheduleWith Golf CourseNAS


hurlers Paul Franke and Earl Gulledge combining their i golf course will be re- As Berth BattlesCoaches Begin .
i
mound talent for a Nur-hit victory, the fourth seeded Naval Air opened today following a four-
Station softballers racked up a 11-2 win in defeating King Edward day inactivation period causedby _
Cigars in their initial meeting in, the Duval County Softball tourney j slight damage wrought by
still underway in Jacksonville. The win was Jax-Navy's thirteenth the recent hurricane. Sifting Material t

straight, and gave them a record of twenty-seven wins with only,I Numerous trees were up-
four losses for the season. rooted and debris was strewn
i Although rain has held back over the course, necessitating a During Daily ScrimmagesWith : J'
I I progress of the tourney, some clean-up which was expectedto .
Boerner Burris teams have reached the quarter- be completed early this a paring in ranks due near the latter part of this "

: final rounds. The local combo morning.The week, the 70-odd candidates still battling for berths on the ,',1 ;

Set Pace For '49 1: was rained out Tuesday evening, I driving range at the 1919 Jax-Navy gridiron squad have tightened their pads, ',/',
but was slated to meet Sargent will also .
course resume opera-
I replaced worn-out cleats and are now sending the sod flying ,,':
Seat Covers, fifth seeded team, tions. The range is open from
Batters at Lackawanna Park last night, 0800 to 2200 seven days a on Mason Field. ::; .
Jax-Navy weather permitting. week Head mentor Don Jacka along single wing set-up in the corningcampaign. i, '' r

I Franke began on the mound for with his assistants Ben Griffin, .
Inserting himself into the line I NAS in Dave Barksdale and Walter Shin, .::'
the tilt against King Ed Paul King, assistant mentor for F. ,
up during mid-season, George : ward's aggregation and gave upi has been making up for the prac- Jax-Navy last season will be in ,:*;.t
Boerner Coach of the 1949 Jax- i the only four hits garnered by / SPORTS QUIZQUESTIONS I tice lost during the hurricane charge of Pensacola's line this '

Navy diamondeers, went to workin the Cigarmen who collected two alert by sending their charges year, and hopes to assemble a .1
earnest at the plate and when I runs in the third inning. Gulledge through a rougher grind than strong forward wall for the Gos,1
the season was concluded he set I took over the hill for NAS in the some of the candidates anticipated. lings with pivot-man James 'If!,
the pace for local sluggers with a fifth canto and finished the gamein 1. Do you know what horse Although not one of the I Gleaves as the nucleus. Joe MolI -

.372 average. I top style as the losers failed to won the 1949 Hambletonian trot: coaches will make any commentson I nar, field general; Dan Musetti, ,-'
However, the mentor was not touch him for a single bingle. I ting classic held recently at the j this year's talent situation, pilot | halfback;' Freddy Kovalchuk, ,

the only talented stickman on i Heavy Hitting: I I Goshen, N. Y., track? Jacka did announce that a I halfback; Roy Littlejohn, guard; ,
the squad, for six other NAS 1 Jax-Navy's batsmen tagged I II 2. How many pennants would practice game during the middleof I and Jack Burke, tackle, are several -- "
horsehiders were hitting the I King Edwards' two hurlers Hut- you say that grand old man of September is on tap, but no I returnees from last year's
hide-covered sphere for better I cherson and Williamson for nine : baseball, Connie Mack, has won? definite date or foe has been I Gosling eleven. '.
than .300 averages. Russ Burris, i safeties over the seven inning 3. Most sports fans know that named. The Parris Island Marines are 4
who starred at the platter in All- : route with Paul King registeringthree Frank Leahy is head football Berth Battles Waged slated to come up with the "T" 4
Navy elimination tourneys neat knocks and Dom Savino coach at Notre Dame, but do you The local grid aspirants are formation again this year with '.J :I
the close of the season, ended the and Frank Stewart adding two ;I know who the chief grid mentor I again fighting tooth-and-nail, 1st Lieut. Ted Stawicki serving x .,'

campaign with a .317 mark. Hip ,I apiece to the hard hitting attack. is'at Michigan? II some to regain berths held on the his first season as mentor of the
Buchanan was third with .312, Scoring three markers in the initial i 4. What baseball player re- aggregation last year, and othersto khaki clad gridders. Bill Weis-
I
Dick Nelson followed with a .308 frame the locals collected a i cently set a new major league make the NAS combo for the i mer, Jack Kramer, Bob Macke- c
average, Joe Buonasissi's .305 put lone tally in the third, three more record for number of games I first time. In the backfield divi- wen, Tony Beatrice and Bob Keller .
him fifth and Bob Becker's .302 played? I sion Gordon Kent, George Kin- service
in both the fifth and sixth, and ; all well-known grid.
average proved that pitchers can I another lone run in the final in-I 5. Who won the recent Tam I near, Andy Anderson, and Bama I I ders, are 'expected to develop into .
hit. Dick Clark. who failed to fin- I ning. The local infield puHed offa O'Shanter All-Amencan men's Hutchinson, all Jax-Navy letter- ,I top-notch linemen for the PI ,'
ish the season with Jax-Navy, snazzy double play in the latter I, pro golf tourney? man last year, are. finding leathernecks before the season's
was batting .342 at the time of chances for their former r
copping +
I part of the game. With the play begins. -tf
his from the combo.In I ANSWERS
departure with stalwarts
bases loaded, third sacker Bill berths a little doubtful -x- f.
the extra base division, Nel- I Crane took a slow grounder, toss 'a){ojjs auq Xq peaug Xtuiueg like Wilbur Dominy and "

son and Don Manning each notched : ed home to Ken Werner, back ; tOO pasou umj8uBj pXon5( i, Marty Dandier proving powerful Local Skeetmen ..
a pair of circuit clouts to lead stop, to force one runner out, and aiueg, MUSI[ 2siq ; I not only in running but pass .
the home-run department while Werner then fired the ball to'' ut paXejd au; u.J4.am ueJe1'l ing and punting, as well.
Bill Crane, Ace Woolbright and Gene Horton on first base to retire I VqqtJU! Xq Pla4 piOal Plo Last season's All-Navy guardsmen EnterCompetition 1 1In
Burris led in three-baggers with the batter. a4} 35joaq{ 'doisjjoqs xog 3Htt.'r,08e4 ) \ Joe Sinko and Bill Molonos-
three each. Crane was credited Frank Stewart, slugging second I, ; ; ::> 'uIddV! a 14{ n 'I 'yueegJasop kie appear alert and spirited as

with the most doubles eight in baseman, continues to pace station aluuaQE! they grope for the positions they Gulf TourneyFollowing
all. Boerner pilfered sixteen sacksto batters with his mark of .437 I '1 C61 UI! tsar am held on the Jax-Navy eleven of
I lead in stolen bases while in 22 games. While pasting the'I pue 2061 u! JSJJ! 3MX 'auN! 'Z i last year. However with John '-
weeks of intense
two
Crane led in RBI's with 28 and sjeaqq8iBJS Wareing, .Ski Roskoski and Ted
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ball at such a clip, Stewart has ;
Burris scored 37 runs. !:1 notched 23 hits in 54 times at bat. : } ut UOM '\lI.L! SSW! '1 : Daum also trying to capture the NAS practice and, members NARTU of skeet both 1

With a total of 2497 times at In addition, he has knocked in -x- guard spots a bitter struggle is who in teams will open fire at Pensacola, s;

bat the team finished its cam- 14 runs and scored 30 markers Touch Football progress. Other linemen Fla., Saturday as they seek hon '
paign with a .255 batting average himself. Other NAS softballers ;: have shown promise in practice ors in the second annual Gulf J.II
while a total of 127 stolen bases 'wielding the willow at better sessions recently are Chuck ''Coast Service Skeet Champion-
were recorded in the 56 encoun- than the .400 mark are Red Tib- I Being ArrangedAn Moore, Roy Acuff, Pat Patterson, I ships. I..
ters. I bet with .413 and Dom Savino Vince Anania, Frank Henninger, ,
with .405 intra-mural touch football Jim Nugent, Norris Thomas and The triggermen who will represent '
Batting averages of players a average.Centerfieldef and the two activities here will \
is now being planned by Pivotmen John Coxon
: Savino leads in program
batting more than 33 times are I' be chosen from a field of '
and Recreation Hollad. prac-
the Physical Training George
lIsted belowPlayer : I runs batted in and extra base .
i ticing aspirants today.
: AB It R RBI Pcl.B"'n..r knocks with 32 RBI's to his credit department with hostilities I; Foes Practice i
51 19 21 18 .372 I and five home runs and three slated to begin early next week. i I NAS Jacksonville's enemiesare i i Not less than ten service teams
('lark 76 26 11 1:2: ,342Burris : doubles. Tibbet has pilfered 18 Three squads had already announced also girding for the coming : in the Southeastern part of the
Buchanan 1N 1tN: H 3-4 37 22 2'l 17 .317.312 bases, including home three I their intentions of playing campaign, according to reliable I country will be entered in the ;' '

N e''s..n 113 34 25 18 .IOt times. in the league up to Tuesday, sources, with Pensacola NAS, tournament. In the initial shoot
Duonnls,1 64 21 13 1:2: .305 and more were expected to enter : Corpus Christi, and Parris Island I held at Tyndall Field, Fla., last "4;, ,

Becker 109 94 .12 25 20 11 2'l 8 ..:.342Rodgers l64> Brooklyn N. Y. (AFPS) A before the deadline closed last expected to field powerful year, the Naval Auxiliary Air .

"," .)olb'llht 134 35 2'l 20 .261 fan identified as Harry Atsales, i night. A Dispensary club, and juggernauts this fall. Corpus 1 Station, Saufley Field Fla., walk. _
Crlln" 186 47 34 28 .252 witnessing his first major league I two teams from VF-133, one officers ; Christi, Jax-Navy's first foe of ed away with the trophy, and will ..'', \
went 9tI 21 1.1 10 .214 baseball leaned out of a I and the other whitehats, the campaign is expected to be be out to defend its title in the' .
'Go..dpn 59 1l: 11 1:4 .20.1 game '
the three aggregations which' built around two outstandingbacks meet this week-end. ,
are l
Werner 00 18 22 10 ..201)uahanas 'right field box: at Ebbets Field 44 '
( 60 12 9 9 .WO and snagged a fly ball hit by have entered competition. | and three top-notch line I Other clay-busting squads in- ."..:
Manning 1H8: 31 17 ..1901x Duke Snider. He was arrested and A meeting of the managers to men. The backs include Bill Mc- I i vited to enter the tournament are '-.x4 .
-x- I charged with disorderly conduct. decide schedules and other particulars 1 Voy, former Naval Academy star, 'NAS Pensacola, Fla.; NAS Corpus '

His actions held the Dodgers' outfielder in regard to the tournament'' and Allen Grover, who saw actionin Christi. Texas; NAS Key ")
to a double and cost hima ''is slated for tomorrow evening past years with Pearl Harbor ,, West Fla.; NAS Memphis, Tenn.; ;
run batted in. In court Magistrate I at 1400 at the Physical Training and New Orleans. James Snider, Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.; Mac- .: f',
Soffer fined Atsales I office. former Naval Academy end; Bob Dill Air Force Base, Fla.: NAAS ', ..':: '!j .

$10 but Henry said it might have been I I Caldwell, who saw action at Whiting Field. Fla.; NAS New \ pa:

more if Brooklyn hadn't won Chicago (AFPS-The newly i guard for Pensacola in 1948; and Orleans, La.; NAS Dallas, Texas; ,,,'
the anvwav. I merged National Basketball Association Fred Etherton, also from last ;i Keesler Air Force Base, Miss.; 4 .
game has been divided into I season's Pensacola combo, are Tyndal Field Fla.; and a Reserve '- 'J '

Eenie, meenie, minie, moe. I two divisions-the National' and I expected to be mainstays on the I team from Tampa Fla. '." ,,: f.I f.
Pipe my doll now out with Joe: American. The 18 pro teams are Corpus Comets' line this year. | Each team will be comprised I.
TIIURSUAY 8MT. 1 Joe is bigger, so I figger further split up into Eastern and I The Texas based team will use of five men, with extra hands in I
1499) Bowling Club. 21W.: Membership She just ain't my doll no mo'. Western sections of each division. both the "T" formation and, the.. case of emergency, and the event :,:' .
In the Club game night. --- -------- ------ -- 1 "
open
Plastic Informal Dancing. Plexiglas Leather. -- : ._---::::;: :::... -.-;;-.. ::., .. ---.-...--... _.._.._ i I trophy will have, individual 100 targets. prizes Besides and the ,

rKIOAY, SM'T.: t team awards will be given along
18.W Horseback riding. Magnoliastables. with brassards for the winning
leave Club
Transportation I
five-man team. Shot concurrent.
Handicraft. VUlt
18.W In the Club.
the Hobby Shop and see the display of f ly with the All-Guage competition
'
beautiful (irtt. Bunco Game Prl/e will be a two-man team
Partner Informal Dancing. :
event. .
A1IKIMY, M>:Pr. t I .,
Governed 1949 National
Open House Meet your friends by
Magazine, Book. Telephone. PinK I Skeet Shooters Association rules,
Pon{. Snack Bar. Special 19TO to iiIA 'fir r 6 yy 1t.d the All-Guage event will beginat
J2.JO: Saturday Night Dance. Music ; Y oaoo.
by Bi ure Thomas, 'I 1
SllNIMY, M'T.. 4 : -x- ,
1(100 til 1201) Java Hour DonuU. j;
:1401) til 1600 Hometown Hour 1700 J
BREEZESGirl !
.
tll 17::*) Vesper Time. 1800 tit 19OO Buflet. .
Super. 1\MO til 21:1/:/ Around the r ; l''
Plano with Mary ..mlh.MOMUV. I w : Are mine the only lips .. ",;1 J
S'
KHT.
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you have ever kissed? ; 1'.
Talk,
ii))) Picnic at La.kawanna
Came. Swimming Hot Lunch. Tian I a a : I Sic: Yes, darling, and the nicest. *a r.
poitallon leaves Club (71)). Miniature ; I (
Golf I Shady Oaks Coume. Ladle .\ ""
Muht: Transportation leave Club.
In the Club. Informal Dancing. Music She: Your heart is beating like '
AppiwUtlon Classiest and Sf" a drum. ':
CUniilcal. Handicraft Exhibit, Vlalt'the He: Yeah. That's the call It
Hull Shop
TUhNDir; SM'T: C :: arms.
19W Roller Skating Jax: Roller
Rink USO Night. Tianspoi'tatlonleave i y :r 4 ,4f,, ,Q g.,4c WAC: How are you doing in
Club. In the Club. 2i>X) til w ,,
:2100 Dance CUs Arthur :Muiray"* ) your race for matrimony? I
Instructors. Learn to Itd nct hp easy ; $ 4 e WAVE: I think I'm on my last
way Informal Dancing Latest fte- y t A lap.
folding. p
WM :NK;!', ),*V, ....:I.T. 7Wevkly y -
Party Special Floor Show. a Doctor: Drink water freely; it a
One hour Vaudeville! Show Music\ for I will keep you from getting stiff '
Dancing' by The Scat, Trio. Door la.w in the joints. ti i
l'ilDinner for TwoS
.,." Clul Bulletin BNewi. '. Jaw Air Patient; But, doctor, some of iIt: -
InUnder. IIn.. Jacksonville' the joints don't serve water. f, \
Sponsoredville by Jackson.
N"W'Pdpell.Jaycee and\ .USO Club Jackpot --V ,EYIJAI.L CHAMPS _These FASRON Six members reign as volleyball kings of NAS '
worth hundreds of dollai Ot entry or their triumph in the championship playoff' with WARTU't courtnien. Front row, C'IOCucius-he who sits on a -/.1 4
blanks 'In US/') Club. las-kers ere now.vdltll"I. br virtue' Charles Messimer, James CMhnn. {Merald Wood, Thomas, Abhett and Joe UM. needle in the haystack may not p w
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