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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1949
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; Jax-Navy Gridders Open Campaign September 24th









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VOL. -- 24 flrtiri 15 September 1949Headquarters


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


UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA


f Four Dept. Heads: '. New RegulationsFor


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Are Commended
r: FORADAYj

c. For EfficiencyFour E ES Ev Es s Ship's Stores


'
departmental heads of'ANAS -.d
received letters of commendation Authorized Stock Curtailed
at last Saturday's per- ,
\ '
sonnel inspection from Captain 'K
Alvin I. Malstrom, commanding Price Limitations Are SetNew
_
officer of NAS, for the fine man
ner in which their respective departments EHIER CON1ST U9J regulations governing; the operation of Ship's
have been administered JP I Service stores has gone into effect here at NAS with certain

as reflected in the report of stock items curtailed and price limitations placed on author

th Commander Military Inspection Naval Air held Bases by ? < ized items in compliance with new Armed Services Exchange

y:'. Sixth Naval District on June 17. regulations brought about following an agreement among

Singled out for their fine efforts # the... Armed Forces._
were Captain James L. Holland After January 1, 1950, Ship's :1I 1--- -------
Senior Medical Officer; Service Stores will be designated ,I identified by the present Ship'sService
Y. Comdr. George E. Chalmers, Operations as "Navy Exchanges while ef ,'I Cards. The new card: ,
Officer; Lcdr. Frank J. I fective October 1, 1949, the Spe- when issued, can be used at any
Hill, Enlisted Personnel Officer, cial Order department will be discontinued Navy, Army, Air Force or Marine
and Lt. Col. Arba L. Norton, commanding : Exchange. Reserves performing
'i'. officer: Marine Barracks Ships Service officials here an- ,,, active duty for a period of
over 72 hours, are now entitledto
iL .
I nounced that all present stock
full use of all departments:
rr : Captain Malstrom's commendation now declared unauthorized will .
p. to each man, in part, read' I If be sold, all outstanding orders i i I while on duty.Although
but the items will not be I I a list has been drawn.
filled
f "In the administration of yourdepaitment ,
A sales slip will up of items to be sold in armed
: you have demonstrated replaced special
; &kMb$ be issued for items costing services stores with the maximum
: : outstanding ability and initia- single each
\ chargeable on
The will price
tive which is so characteristicallyin $5.00 or over. purchaser
... to the item, it will ,take some time be-
keeping with the highest traditions "" "" 0 I '"W'''' be required sign slip certifying -
of the Naval Service MILT AT USO Naval Air Station Commanding Officer that the item is for his individual fore such a list is available here,
!:: Capt. Alvin I. Malstrom, right, and Junior Chamber of Commerce use, or for use as a bona according to Ship's Service otficials -
"Your devotion to tot
duty '
The highest items on this
president Scott Lee extend greetings at an informal inspection fide gift.
gether with your knowledge of. of the Salvation Aimy-USO Servicemen's Club in Jacksonville Standard Card (Continued on Pace 2))
details administer
the to
many requited last Wednesday, at the same time witnessing one of the
,I: a department of this All service stores except Army
finest of the season arranged at the club.
-J magnitude has made the Naval programs --q and Air Force commissaries will Navy "E" Flag"
', Air Station Jacksonville, an outstanding be operated on a self-sustaining
'I'*:;, example of the Naval Nominations For Committeemen basis, while the types of persons
," :bhoie: establishments" I authorized to buy at PX, shop's Awarded VA-175
Y.. --xAlphonse- I stores or commissaries wIll be restricted -

h< In A Fit, Begin As Annual Election Nears tification. A card standard for active official duty iden-per- During CeremonyA

''1' sonnel of all branches of the services -
Stuck In Ink Well has been and will
approved Battle Efficiency Pennant,
v: An annual election for shop committees will be held throughoutthe
: be issued the future
near
station on October 13 with nominations for committeemen to in emblematic of outstanding per
: Alphonse of the Air News, Pending the issuance of these formance during the fiscal
begin today and ending at 1200 Thursday, September 22, it was year
the character of the cards, all will have to be
Alphonse announced this week by the Industrial Relations department. patrons 1949, was presented formally to
f' feature series appearing recently -- Attack Squadron 175 by Rear
n in the Jax Air News has While in previous years only I H. Daley, John G. Chester, Fred Armed Forces Day I I Adm. John H Cassady, Commander -
had his share of difficulties, four committees were allowed, L. Roberts James H Vaught, Nathaniel Observed May 20 Fleet Air Jacksonville, in a
d but now he is really up against this year 14 shop committees are : Quarterman, and Thomas ceremony last Thursday at Cecil
barrier-he can't h authorized. A breakdown of the President Truman has approved -
a tough get B. Smith. field
committees show that seven will I the third Sunday in Mayas
into print. be established for Overhaul and I Public Works election supervisors the official date for Armed I I Lcdr John E. Kennedy commanding
,' Dan Iannuzzi, AD1, who i of VF-175
officer ,
4 the "snafu" creature, Repair, four for Public Works, are Turley DeBevoise Paul Forces Day, unifying all "days"previously I I accepted
penned behalf of
William Mills Bennett the pennant on
Johnson, ,
two for Supply and Fiscal and observed by the Army, '
has been transferred to Lake-
Day, Joseph Mote, Louis Bowen, I his squadron, one of 13 Naval
one for the Miscellaneous group Navy and Air Force.
; hurst, N J. Although the stories Alonzo Hall Leslie Bennett, I II aircraft squadrons and 65 shipsof
which will take in all other departments I Perviously Army Day had been
: can still be written, the Faunce Gem- the U. S. Fleet to be awardedthe
McCully, George Oc-
observed April 6. Navy Day
+ humor the I '
is lacking without
officer coveted banner. VF-41 of
while the election
,
ming ;
Petition tober 27 and Air Force Day September :
By
cartoon. I Fleet Air Jax has also been
is Lt (jg) Bert H. Miles. I II 18. All services will com-
'4 One of the most readable Nominations will be made by awarded the Battle Efficiency
,' features in the Air News, Al.i the submission of a petition naming I Eligibility Stressed i f jt bine their observances for Armed Pennant.
. 'i ; election of Forces Day, to be observed for the
Fiscal's
and
would like to back t Supply
phonse get one or more nominees, signed A yearly award the flag goesto
I' u in, but he'll have to have a by not less than 5 per cent of I ___(Continued on Page 3)) __ first time May 20, 1950IM.NNANT -- -.- --- Naval units which prove out-

f little push with the paintbrush the employees in the group which ..... standing in overall performancesin
'I ,, Any and all cartoonists they are to represent. These petitions + -., all forms of exercises assigned
:: are welcome to make a stab at may be obtained from the ; duties and materiel and organ-
it. Alphonsewould appreciate election officer or election super a izational readiness. The award
it, and so would we! visors and should be returned to entitles the crew members of the
them by the closing date of nom squadron to wear the Navy "E",
inations. Names on petitions will symbol of efficiency, on their uniforms
,;a Away be held in strict confidence by until July 1, 1950. They
;
VF-131. all persons handling the petition. also receive special prize money

f} Each department head has des- as a bonus.
.ToPartlclpate ignated an officer and a sufficient The beginning of the period for
number of civilians to act as elec- which Attack Squadron 175 of
tion supervisors. Lcdr. Nelson E. Air Group 17, won the award
;:' In Maneuvers : Sweet has been chosen election found the squadron on a Midshipmen -
officer for Overhaul and Repair 's cruise of the Mediterranean
k' Some 80 enlisted men and 18 department Chosen election supervisors Sea aboard the USS Coral
officers of Fighter Squadron 131''t! are Robert K. Lambing, Sea. The squadron returned from
t. of An Group 13 of Fleet Air i Alex S. Dennis, Frank Havener, the Mediterranean via Gibraltar,
Jacksonville left for Eglin Field I Dorothy Dickinson, Charles E. Guantanamo Bay and disembarked -
Fla. Monday to participate inI I McPherson, James H. Dye, at Quonest Point, R. I. in August
,Air Indoctrination Course II, Charles M. Edwards, Samuel R. I In January of this year VF-
joint Air Force, Navy and Army Kent, Edward L. Kaiser, Leo V. 175 moved to NAAS Cecil Field
training[ maneuver involving approximately Duncan, William Yates, Francis a 2S where it has since been bast>d.
n 250 aircraft and 4,000 -- --- \ s During the fiscal period the pennant -

troops. Traffic Violations -r: winning unit suffered only
>The Air demonstration course, \ one minor accident.
formerly known as Operations --x-
?t Combine, is expected to get un IdetJway i Charged To NineNine Sunday School
October 10, with all'
service units conducting rehearsal violators of traffic regulations Reopens SundayThe
&'prior to that time. An all- aboard the station were Station Sunday School will
out tactical maneuver designedto apprehended by Station Police I reopen Sunday, September IB at
put into action hundreds of' during the past week, five of II I : ) 09JO: it has been announced by
planes and thousands of ground them being caught speeding, the Station Chaplain's office.
troops, the exercise will be wit while the other four were charged ,I : The Sunday School bus: will
nessed by approximately 3,000 with illegal parking. d ,r # a leave Dewey Park at 0900, arriveat
S student officers and observers!' Charged with speeding were the old NATTC administration

from armed service schools. four civilians, IV V Dartigalon- building at 0915 and arrive at the
The 14th Air Force along with gue, D. D. Tapin, N. Bien and W. CEREMONY-Rear Adm. John II, Cassady: Commaiider Chapel at 0920. It leaves the ClM;
.
;1' : numerable other Air Force supporting H Anderson, and one enlistedman Fleet Air Jacksonville, left, presents I.cdr, John E. Kennedy pet at 1020 and arrives back at
" //11; units will participate m Hi Biodenck, ADI Given I I I right, commanding officer of Attack Squadron 175, the Dewey Park at 1030.
the indoctrination course along tickets for i illegal parking were ,I I I Navy Battle Efficiency Pennant awarded to the squadron, at impressive Chapel bus leaves Dewey Park
r', with the 82nd Airborne Division Lt. D. L Wilson Lt (JIt) A. L. ceremonies held at Cecil Field last Thursday. V AI1Sl at 1030 and arrives at the Chu-
combat team, and VF-131 which Sptott, Lt. (jg) A. D. Crawford, 1 l was one of 13 Naval: aircraft squadrons and Sf ships awarded the i pets at 1015. It leaves at 1UJ:
will represent the Navy. an,! Lt. J. W. Krasuaskai pennant for outstanding athievemeaU during the fUcAl year 1919 I to return to Dewey Park: at 1200.(




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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 15 September 1949


PAYMENTS BY 1950 -

Week' ndWirujTafk


Any Queries On NSLI Dividends? Notes





VA Is Providing- All The Answers MffillTW from N



Following typical questions service -- --' -- ,
are veterans --- -- -- ----
are asking--with the answers as supped WHAT IS TilE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION FASRon 158 FASRon 158 -

by the Veterans' Administration: ? mustered for its September drill 56 with our crewm-en- 'ho .
IOW MUCH WILL I RECEIVE? There is none at present. one week after its tour of active averaged more than 50 \ '
There is no way a veteran can figure how WILL ALL WORLD WAR II VETERANS RECE1VE duty ended. The group was greeted each.
slice) of the melon he will Even CHECKS .
large a get. the by the first cool breezes of -x-
Veterans' Administration doesn't know yet. Most will. Any veteran is eligible who took fall which usually heralds the
WHAT IS THE: BASIS FOR PAYMENT? out a policy prior to January 1, 1948 and held it better flying "weather in and ClassifiedBulletin

Each veteran will receive a certain numberof in effect for three months or longer. around the area of Florida.
cents for each $1,000 of insurance, for each SUPPOSE TilE POLICY LAPSED
month it was carried. That does not mean thata Lapse of the policy would not affect eligibility Our two weeks active duty pe-

veteran who carried the largest policy for for refund provided it was in effect during riod was a complete success with

the longest time will receive the greatest refund the prescribed period. Likewise, conversion of almost 100 per cent of complement 6 Rm. house FOR Ranch SALE Style, Lakeshore

The age at which he purchased the policy the policy into commercial insurance will not I reporting aboard for duty. $J\IJO Down Pho. 8.5610..J.lra., S. R. ".
will have an important bearing. affect eligibility for refund. Duties this :year were numt'rous'and \VMte. 4742 Sunderland Rd.

WHAT WILL THE AVERAGE PAYMENT BE? MUST ALL WORLD WAR II VETERANS APPLY the flight schedule was kept Apt. Mouse Washer In excellent fond.
The average will be about $175. A young FOR THE DIVIDEND in continuous operation by the $8,00.o I""C. Heater $2,00. Mrs
Brlggs. Bldg. 800 Apt. C ext. 8261.
veteran who held a $10,000 policy for as longAS They must in order to receive a refund. I constant efforts of maintenancecrews
Bd Rm Set. Living Rm. Set, Kitchen
under the capable directionof
five years would probably receive more WHAT IF THE APPLICANT CHANGES AD.
Set. Odd and ends Mil. R. R.
Lt. (jg) Karl W, Reber and his
than the $175 average. Dividend payments will DRESS? I Parrls. 1319 B. Randolph St.
range from $1 to approximately $350. He should leave a forwarding address with assistant. Ensign Guy Gilliland. '38 Ford Coupe Good Cond. 150.: S523103id
IN WHAT ORDER WILL PAYMENTS BE his postmaster. Otherwise his check. will go All 14 days of duty were blessed St. Pho. 2-2897. v|.. .
!MADE? back to the Treasury. I with sunny skies filled with NAR- '40 Pl>'mouth. Tudor Sedan. Call between '
Present VA plans are to pay on the basis of ARE DIVIDEND PAYMENTS TAXABLE TU aircraft manned by the combined 9:30: & 3.00: Mr. Fun el. 1423
San Mil 1'0. Pho. 9-5221.!
forces of VPML) 56 and
first come first served. This particular dividend is not taxable, be- Double Barrel Shot Gun. $25. A. D.
WILL ANY CHECKS: BE MAILED BEFORE cause the Treasury has ruled it is a refund of FASRon 158. We are more than Kent 3543 B. Craven St., Dewey
CHRISTMAS? excess premium payments and not earnings on proud to report that in these 14 Park. .
days the pilots which we kept in Estate Heatrola oil Clrc. Heater. Heat
A few veterans may receive checks in De- investment. .
:3 room Crews Pho. 2-5427 1027
cember. It is not certain. Present plan is to WILL THERE BE MORE DIVIDENDS the air through our constant effort Dancy St.

start checks going out in January. Probably starting in 1951. After that, annual in maintenance and repair, Camera. 35 mm Mercury-2 3000. 4623;
WHEN WILL MOST VETERANS BE PAID? dividends for those holding policies still in effect were able ot accumulate an av- Merrtmuc AJoe Arab.

In January February and March, 1950. After are planned. These subsequent paymentswill I erage of 48.2 hours each. Duringthis ,6 Corker Spaniel Puppies.. Black AKC
Reglsteied. Mr Sheshlie.
1019 E.
checks start going out. they will be mailed at be smaller than the present refund and time, which was chocked full 15th St. Pho. 3-0088W.
the rate of about 200,000 a day will not be paid on lapsed policies.-AFPS). I of flying not one single accidentwas Baby Cilb. Maple. Kan't Wet Mat-
- --- recorded, which is definitelya tress 1 drop Leaf Dinette Tablc-2
"well done" for the maintenance Chairs. Pho. 8-3420. Carry Edge!
Nominations division as well as the pilots 1403 Cumberland Rd.
r| NOT NEW NUGGETS Used Piemler Delux Sweeper Mm,
of both VPML) 56 and FAS- leaner Klepper, 1860 Rlverla Pkwy
DON'T WAIT UNTIL WIN- (Continued from Pace 1) 'I Ron 158. Pho. 2.79O5.! .
'48 Kozy House Trailer. 24'. ::Sleeps'4.
TER IS HERE- take advan- ficer is Lt. Charles Becker, with Our own FASRon pilots, Lcdr.
o Ip('. Refilg, 11. Gas. $2,(>!#. 1st
v tage of our full stock of wool- Raymond Hurst Jack Moccia, Robert L. Gittings Lcdr. WalterE. $500 takes It. Mrs. Molon. 1251 Plymouth -
ens while they are available.We I Otis Owens and William Coby as ; Shinn, Lcdr. "Goodie" R. Tay- PI.) Ext. 314.
supervisors. Arnold O. Anderson Herndon 2 Cribs & Mattresses. Pair cf FOR
have splendid buys in lor, Lt. Jack R. Lt
I 1 Lights. Paclnl. 3436 B Taylor, Dewey
warm coats and suits for every Industrial Relations officer, has I George E. Sutton, Lt. John C. Fulton Park. Ext. 242.
member of the family, been named election officer of the Lt. (jg) John Daniel and Lt. Radio & Phono Comb. Also 54 LatH
I This month we are featuring Miscellaneous group, with Nora ; (jg) Rex E. Hardin were scheduled Records $75 Complete. Pho. 2. .tJo.

NEWS FROM THE FIRE BOX: women's coats in fur and Lee Roberts serving as election daily, doing a majority of I Model Mrs A Bramlltt Ford with Air Trailer lag $75.Pk. MotorBike

In and around the three fire stations I\ fabric from $2.50 up. Suits supervisor of Administrative, their flying on instruments train ',hp $15. Pho. 8-2564 Cicero
there are definite signs that for both men and women in George Polites Industrial Relations ing under the direction of Lcdr. Shop. :3414A

the summer is over. Lum Hudson! Fall colors from $2.00 up. All and Ruth Seavey, Opera- I Vic Brodeur Lcdr. Brodeur pro I House In perfect 2736 Iroquois condition.2 Includes Bd-rm rtous EI.*....

who ordinarily has that far away are in good condition and each tions. I vided these pilots with an instrument I Range. White Picket Fence Phone
lake J. M Cibulski is now a bargain. All employees in a pay statuson syllabus identical to that 2-1923. F. Y. Blown.
quoting statistics on football instead f Save dollars by shopping at the date of the election are'' used in Corpus Christi, Texas, 5 Tires. Good Condition. Size 650x13i
$.xI. Binder :5121: Attleboro Ate.' PM>.
of baseball. F. R. Simpson ,I lis NEW SHOP every Thurs- eligible to vote (except supervisors which is used to train regular 3-6332.
has taken himself a wife and I from 1000 until 1400. In and those employees appointed Navy pilots in the fine art of Baby Bathlnelle. Baby Buggy Beth
Buddy Norton has bought a fresh Hobby Shop Building. for periods of less than one instrument flying. for $15. 22-cal hl-standaid target Jil...
supply of vitamin pills Nor I tol 1st $40 takes It. Banks. Ext. 429.
i ----- year) and each is entitled to cast I In order ot accomplish the completion 1432 Cumberland Rd.
ton and Yarborough just returned one ballot. To be eligible for nomination I of the entire syllabus, I Reasonable. Living loom suit 2 BoV
from their two weeks military Ships Stores and election as a shop'' Lcdr. Brodeur introduced it to the loom suits Dinette Suit. Radio,
leave at Fort Benning. From the Washing Machine Mis McMvsters,
committeeman, an employee must I pilots during the active duty period
round of their conversation the (Continued from Pact 1) be among those eligible to vote when all pilots would be 410:3819 Shot A Gun Norman Good St.Condition $25. Ext.

Army sure ain't what it used to list are watches, cameras, and radios in the election and must have available to fly every day insteadof 526.
be. I' which have a cost limit of been employed for not less than'' just on monthly drills. Lcdr. Large Clrc. Heater BTU. 4048 Ray

In the Mail File Unit we notice 3500. one year such service need not Brodeur used FASRon pilots as Handy fold St Hot McDonald U asher. $10.Ext. Mis.fill. Grim.

Betty Herrington with a new I Service stations are prohibitedto be continuous. Shop committeemen I an experimental outfit In orderto land. Pho. 8-28"8. 2849 Herschel St.
hairdo and must say it is very handle any merchandise cost : serve for a period of one determine whether the syllabus 6h Kenmore outboard M W'm'*5.

becoming. Helen Johnson of the ing over 500. This means no', year. could be completed with Farms Washer Blvd., $55. :

Administrative Section has been I merchandise such as batteries, For the election to be valid at benefit to all pilots. At the end Child Ortega.i6ll top writing k.8S'b(\,
off sick but we are glad to see her tires, and other accessories may I least 50 per cent of the employees of two weeks training Lt. GeorgeE. 25922 J. E. Cundy. 4672 L'lmer Ave.
back at her desk and happy at be sold. However, it is believed reporting for work on the day of Sutton was checked out a first '41 Dodge' Club Coupe. Radio Heater
Several the election must vote. If the in the SNB $685. Ext. 217. R. H. McGuIre, Cot
her work
again (1) oft I that civilian shopping centers are required pilot and a large majority line Rd. RFD 4 Box 413.
the girls in the Administrative percentage is not obtain. of the pilots were able to
not close enough to ease the needs I 3 piece Bed-rm. ault. Walnut. 119 Wy
Section have returned recently i i of Air Station personnel and in ed, the Commanding Officer will ) achieve their "Standard" Instru- coff. Mrs. A. B. Emerson. $50.
Jrom vacations, among them i accordance to certain declare that no shop committee ment cards. Lcdr. Brodeur con- Studio couch platform rocket: ('o.ft"
were Helen Roberts and Merry j i tions within the authoriza-j exists in that group and no com sidered his experiment a success table, lamp table and misc. household

Acuff and Cathy Johnson who j I is being recommended that permission mittee will again be voted in that and this instrument syllabus will 1149 Cumberland articles Mis.Road DeGiaffenrelri, .

now have their noses back to the be requested to handle group until the next regular annual be given to all pilots in all squadrons >'<)!< RENT; .
grindstone J. H. Lee, Acting I these items. election. during their two weeks active 3 rm. apt. furn. pvt entrance A klt

Chief Clerk, recently returned' -jr- Detailed information concern duty periods.Lt. I chen 2-0852.4443 Heischel. Nichols Shone

from a nice trip to North Caro- I' I ing the election will be postedon J. R. Herndon and his as- 2 im furn. apt. Eva Plcke. Fhor
ina. We understand Lee was offered REWARDA bulletin,boards in each depart sistant Lt. (jg) J. S. Daniel, although 2-3866.
a contract with Western fine feeling of security is ment. logging over 50 hours fly- 2 rm turn apt. $45 a mo. Elec. Kit.

Union when the telephone opera hereby offered to any man or woman -x- ing time in instrument training, chen.I'ho. 81461.Mrs. Chesser. 2560 Herschel St. t,

tor overheard him singing "Happy who invests in the future by She: "Is horse racing a clean [ still found time to supervise suc- 4 rm fuin. apt for two adults. JlJ '.
Birthday" to his little daugh-I buying U. S. Savings Bonds. sport?" cessfully the operations office of a week. Utilities. 77510. Dm hum. -

ter who was five years Starting when? Why today, of He: "Well, it cleans quite a FASRon 158 which meant man- 3 231.rm house Azalla trailer Trailer, couple Park only\ *.U f

day. Congratulations Lee! : course: I few every day" ning the aircraft of the VPML) :5 rm all modern house In Murray Hill
I
In Transportation we understand I .- Dlst. Unfurnished. $75: a mo. Gilbert "
-'- '
; = : : 76i6 Concord Circle 'ho. b-4OT3.
that J. H. Boudreaux GM3
; 2 im, apt futn. Lights and Valer.Filg. .
and C G. Monroe, MMC, are having ; $37.50. Orange Park Fh ne
to "batch" it for a few days. : 2521
1221 Hollywood Ave, off Rooeewelt
Their wives underwent
opera- I .3. Blvd. Nice' Bedroom, Single .)>ti*(>n
tions earlier this week. We are $7,00 Couple $10,00.
sorry to hear of this and hope ;f. x Widow would like couple to share (.
they get along all right. -cvy' \ e home. Elec Kitchen stake ('onv.to .
I I.. '\; NAS. Mis. Dot man, Phone 26
X ,
4618 Wheeler
\. Ave.
,
'
frdknown "
"Sweetheart, that I. Rm. for rent. Kitchen pr Iv. A all house
$10 week. Pho. 4-5.MO) Mrs. Pi at her.
tunnel I'd .
was so long, have given
,
dG
2 .
ims. Pvt ent. utilities fuinlchrd.Conr.
t
you a kiss." / dc's f r t to City and NAS bus. Mrs. ; '
Gio\ei 4633 Wheeler Phone
; Ave. ,
"Gracious! Wasn't that you? : 24275.:
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.:" >\,. Lovely 4 im apt. Tile Bath. Pvt ent.
"'" <' Garage $85 mo. 1267: McDuff, Jax Air News : Park Mis. Cairy. Pho. 2-0933.
.' ,. Rm. Adjoining bath Bieakfast Frlv.
..ell tort&l Office '-'" '. $600 ...
Wk. Ext. 582. Anne Sill Itl. .
South Wing, Log jr Deck Tiannportatlon' to NAS tut'nlahed.,, ..
3 rm apt equip. .!
Bldg. 930 p J refilg. B flurI7nl'KII NAS. )toederJ: .
Telephone Extension-8184 7-5b73. '*f4.'- f.i :
Aadrew H. 1'1...,., E Pho. 7-t>'J50. Mrs Sheppard. ',2323' 1
The JAX AIR NEWS 11 published Roosevelt Blvd *<*$; 4r .
weekly at the U. S. Navel Air SU- Attractive Rm. In lively nl'wt rtfll" ',f .
tlon. Jacksonville Florida, and print. near S I Paints' Single Glil or couple (. ,... '_
*d commercially with non-approprlatea Phone 74492. Qulnto. -f8*' .l' \'' ', .". '.
fund at no expense to the government 4 rm turn house. Clone to NAS. FhoTsf "1'c'* "? ;
.Ml in compliance with SecNav Circular ,> 8-1257. Slheiman. Ortega Farms .. > Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December 1843.: Blvd. I i
Copies are distributed tree of charge 11.1.1' .
at the Naval Air Station, the Naval Share Ride. leaving for San Franc la-
Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Aux- co between the 22nd and the 251 th.
tuary Air Station. Cecil field, and the I Will take 2 passengers to shaie expenses.
U. S. Naval Hospital.The Write to Lt. George VanS
lnt. 4.ri04 San Jose Blvd. South Jax .,
--- -- -- ---- }o'iIA.'ant.
JAX AIR NEWS I* member otth GAIN RECOGNITION-Captain Alvin I. Malstrom, NAS Commanding Officer, right reads \\ 1 Bed-room turn apt, by Oil
Ship Editorial Association Sen and the letter of commendation at last Saturday's personnel inspection to four department heads who I tat Bud How ell. Ext. 4. Box 406AA.
the Armed Forces Prettt Ice. Reproduction Want
position as Baby sitter. Jeanttt
of material from then were praised for outstanding administration of their respective departments as reflected in the Stewart. 1147 B Allegheny St.
sources: must bear a credit line.\ Repub. report of the Military Inspection held by Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District in Want Baby sitting position. bliss ;

Iteatlon of other matter la except without byftervicc June. Left to right are Lt. Col. Arba L. Norton, commanding officer of Marine Barracks; Capt. I Bowen. 2245 Park St. Pho. 7-7774. ;

permission publication ol Editor prohibited JAX AIR James L. Holland, Senior Medical Officer; Comdr. George. E. Chalmers, Operations Officer, antI Found-Black Cocker Spaniel Owner
NEWS I Lcdr. Frank J. Hill, Enlisted Personnel tfficrr. I can have by Identifying. 1144A Allffhrny -
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15 September 1949 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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Future Seamen SUPPLY I



Some 40 apprentice seamen have been 'I t

hard at it for the past two weeks preparingfor

'_ the coming Seaman Examination. In BRASH FLASHES An old

Photo No. 1 Mabel Mitchel, Frank Ilennin- cookbook, apparently jblished
ger Josephine Lazzaro and Jack Harrison about 100 years ago, was a sort
of almanac to the families of 1850.
lend an ear as instructor Nathaniel Dunn, z d r
y p The tome, recently unearthed in
GM2 explains operations of engine room the Polly McDonell household

telegraph system aboard an LCI. David i contained, besides food recipes,
Gordon (right) Photo No. 2 tries his handat such beauty aids as this gem:

assembling; a .45 caliber Colt along with I "Face powder preparation: Equal

Lyn Jaques (left). Josephine Lazzaro, Mabel parts of bay rum, snow-flake
I magnesia, bergamot, and oil of
Mitchell, Harold Gadsby and lone Zell practice ..lemon. Mix pint bottle and fill
tying knots in Photo No. 3. I I with rain water." (Two jiggers
of that stuff should fix anybody's
i cQmplexion) John Derek is
the new 6 1/2 lb. boarder at the
Jack Sharpe residence. There'sno
,' connection with the movie star
k of the same name-but it's always -
.
handy to have another
Johnny around the house .
I The South Atlantic Cocker
Spaniel Club of Jax is holding its
5th annual sanction match of the

6_.,'. -.A wistful-eyed pups next Sunday
the 18th, at the Riverside Wo-
man's Club. Delma Morehouse's

r brother, who prexys the Club, an-
nounces that a pedigreed pup will

; ... be given to a lucky ticket holder
\9/1,1 .' "Pre-Accounting" will go into -

,,;. effect Monday the 26th, and
:
while it calls for some few-and
r I easily made changes in process-
It ing paper work, the basic handling
,. is the same. Pre-accounting
r' which is akin to prepostmg,
merely means that papers will go
t'' through the books before-or co-
; 4a ., incidentally with-the issue of
s It { the material. Complete instruc-
J tions are being circularized now.

? I BRIEF BLURBS "Psycho ,.
Ward 3" is the title of an inter-
:
esting Collier article in the issueof
it September 10th, and Flora
Funkenstein's son, Dan, is the
head doctor of that ward-being
mentioned as such in the story
Cast Off The Painter 1t ] BREEZES"How The current issue of the Sat
i Naval; Reserve urday Evening Post (17 Sept.)
I now'on the news stands carriedan
Enter Study I about two of them?", article written by Procure-
Apprentices (Pilots Headline
t asked the
:, druggist of the man ; ment's Marvin Highsmith .
who was buying a toothbrush.

r In Quest To Become Seamen ; "One"No for thanks your, when wife?"I buy a new National RacesThree I : Joe trips the Palumbo's to notice Cedar of Keys week-end the columns have attracted fishing even-

one I give her the old one". I Naval Reserve pilots, ,
--- ------ in our city newspapers Vir-
i1f. Eye splice, bowline clove passed the class tests. The 20 enlisted Several other customers in the all flying the same type Navy ginia Markham'S exciting tour of
..: hitch, ground tackles, deadline men in the present class store gasped, and then he added, plane, walked off with the first Nova Scotia was marred only by
will conclude their study today. "She uses it to clean her shoes." three top places in the featured seasickness 3-hour
: markers all old stuff to a ferry
buoy ,- I
-x- Thompson Trophy race of the boat ride! Maxine Park's address -
k;" you old sea swabbies, but justa \ Cpl.: "What do you know about National Air Races in Cleveland until Monday week is Ash-
I'; a few of the many new terms' Station Couple Norma?" during the Labor Day land, Ga., where she is visiting
;. picked up by Seaman Appren- I Sgt.: "Oh, she's one of those 9 holiday, establishing not onlya her mother Best news we've
tries attending outside instruc- Exchange VowsAt by 12 girls. You know, you feed rare occurrence, but a record i.j heard, best sight we've seen-is
tions in preparation for examinations Local ChapelOne 'em at 9 and" by 12 they're hun I Cook Cleland, a Lieutenant the recent return of Lila Greene!
.j', for promotions to Seaman. gry again. Commander in the Naval Reserve
I QUOTABLE' "With
QUOTE:
:.:: Sdne 30 Seaman Apprentices in the
won top prize
voice he had his
mighty
of the year's most impressive say;
She "I'm afraid
dinner
'c< :
finished their course of instructions your Thompson while I
trophy race I II
weddings at NAS was sol She meekly bowed-and had her
will be burned little I
5 last Friday with still another : All.Saints' a tonight, Ron Puckette and B. W. Mc-I "
emnized last Sunday at I I way.
group now undergoing a dear. Kellen, both lieutenants in the I
:.' training period of indoctrma- Chapel with Lt. Noma P. He: '"What's the matter? Did Reserve, finished second and TAG LINES: A heel is the
:' tion this week. The Seaman Reid, Public Information Officer they have a fire at the delicatessen third respectively. Each was kind of a guy who goes into a
will be held Monday and WAVE Administrative Officer ?" F2G Cor- I. library with a hammer and flat-
examination flying an (Navy
r and Lt. John E. Brice, Assist'j I tens out the Braille "My: girlis
l(, September ..19.'r' sairs). Cleland set a new speed
Communications "
ant ,
The narrow roads where two a pla e.kicker, said Milton
record of 397 miles hour.It .
the I II per
classes held at
Attending administered
t' changing vows by cars could barely pass without Berle, "and I'll show you the
I
;:'II'I' Boat Facility dock under the Francis Lee Albert Sen : marked the first time in I "
I i Captain touching each other are being replaced place. An optimist is an 80-
supervision of Chief Gene Turner I ior I II Air Race history that Reserve I
Chaplain.
I by splendid wide highwayson year-old man who marries a 25-
the future Seaman started The bride was given in marriage pilots from the same service i
'I which six or eight cars can col- year-old girl and then starts look-
( out their preparation period in' by her brother, Mr. Harry lide at once. piolting the same type aircraft ing for a house close to a good
"/; instruction in various knots, followed Fouch Reid of Battle Creek, I finished one, two, three | school.
s, by ground tackle mech- Mich. Maid of honor was Lt. Former Public Official: "I was healthy tribute to Naval aviation. -xAs -
;: anisms, and orientation in small Katherine C. Doe of Montclair, I dog-catcher in my town for six a'i i the new barber nicked the
; ,. arms, gunnery, splice wire and IN. J. Junior bridesmaid was Miss I II years, but recently I lost my job." one-armed stranger for the second -
.>' manila seamanship, and navigation I Diane Malstrom of Jacksonville, I Sailor: "What are the chancesof
1 Stranger: "What was the mat time, he said, "You have
,f as well as plenty of time while other bridesmaids were Lt. I II ter, change of administration?" getting a kiss I been here before?"
,N jft aboard vessels to study various I, Bettie West, Lt. Josephine Che- Former Public Official: "No I Gal: "What do you think I'm I "No," said the stranger sadly,
'J, t. equipment and methods of ope- nault. Best man was Lcdr. AmilE. finally caught the dog." running here-a punchboard?" I "I lost this arm in a sawmill."
ration. All apprentices must pass Fury, while ushers were Lcdr.K. --------- -.. --------. ---- ----- ----- -- -
.. A' .' _. .,. .'- .. ," ",. ,
through this preparatory factors C. Maranette, Lcdr. E. W. Dai- ; ..
indoctrination before becoming ley Lcdr. C. G. Strum, Lt. W. P. I .
eligible for Seaman examina- Kiser, Lt. (jg) Sam Brewer and'II flli.

tions. They also were brought up !Lt. (jg) W. F. Brockhaus. |I .. -cL .. .. .,
., ,.,,,,,, .. '''' "A""''''' '' '-
to date on deck equipment, safety Following the double ring ceremony ... '.. .>.; "" '' "'= NAVAL .AI
precautions, and organizations of a reception was held at \
....
,.. 4 divisions and ships. the Officers' Club for the wed. I "

According to the latest reports ding guests. In charge of arrangements .;
the were Mrs. C. L. Den- ,
all Apprentices taking
16 J: ,: examinations have successfully ton, Mrs. F. L. Albert, Mrs. H. F.
Gingrich and Comdr. George E.
:. TEN YEARS FROM NOW Chalmers. f
1"' Will you be able to fulfill all Lieutenant Reid is the daughter
i ,:: your dreams? You won't if you of Mr. and 'Mrs. Francis Reid''
'.;:'"; squander today's profits on overpriced :Df Allegan, Mich. and Lieutenant
purchases. You will if you Brice is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Patrick Brice of Ashland, '
salt away every cent possible in
safe, lure U. S. Savings Bonds. Va. u
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FRIDAYS

. "MAKE MINE LAUGHTER", with Ray Bolger and Anne Shirley

p, ,
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY > _-=1"" '" _"I>.._<>IP "" 8 illEI8Si! _
"FATHER WAS A FULLBACK", featuring Fred MacMurray OFF TO THE BLUE-These 'Weekend Warriors" of NARTU's Squadrons VF-52L and VA-52L,
: .' and Maureen O'Hara. presently on active duty are Just about to hit the air in one of their training flights. Among the
MONDAY 71 officer and 227 enlisted men now taking their active duty training, the pilots, left to right, are,
-HOLIDAY IN HAVANA", Lt. (Is) Robert JI| Ossowski, Comdr. Edward S. Gwathmey, Air Group Commander; It. (J Jg) RobertF.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Chaison, Lt (jr) Randall E. Vaughn, Lt. John L. Rages, Lt. (Jg) Bailey Welden, Lt. (Jg) William

"TASK FORCE", starring Gary Cooper and Jane Wyatt Pumphrejr, Lt Henry Nawatka, and Lt. Joseph Elliott.



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Of Duval County TourneyAfter


downing: its first three opponents in the Duval '.

County softball tournament to gain a berth in the final

round of play, the local Jax-Navy softball aggregation was

; edged out by the Jax Police, 4-2, in the nine-inning champion

ship contest at Lackawanna Park last week..

The NAS combo scored earlier -_ -- /I
4 triumphs over King Edward Cig- sets and copped third place in the

ars 11-2, Sargent Seat Covers 8-4, County tournament, while Creel
and the City Engineers 4-3. The ibh Plumbers, one of the few
loss was number five for the locals teams to hand the locals a setback II.!
but the red ink slate is ,i this year, finished in fourth. W
1. headily outbalanced by their -xTwo -

skein of twenty-nine victories for :
the season. The setback last week TourneysOn

,bF aa, r J i na also broke a fifteen game win I
ning streak the NAS squad had WeekendTwo

started.A :

free pas j, a long triple by tournaments are on tap at ..;
Bill Durrance and a pop fly the golf course for the corning
scored two runs for the Police in I week-end with qualifying roundsin
the bottom of the eighth to breaka the annual Junior Dependents

BACKFIELD MANEUVERING-As the season's grid opener nears, Jax-Navy's jridders stage 2-2 deadlock and provide them I I Tournament slated to be playedoff
I hot battles for starting berths. .Tailback Chuck Rhoades is taking a handoff from fullback Jim with their winning margin in the Saturday morning on the
Grass in backfield sessions under the watchful eye of assistant backfield coach Ben Griffin, cen final battle; I back nine and a Junior-Senior affair .

ter. Chet Kimball, left and John Coxon. keep a sharp lookout. Bucherich Loses First scheduled to take place Sunday -* t
Ed Bucherich, top-notch NAS afternoon.

moundsman, suffered his initial Following qualifications Satur "
Battles For Starting Berths defeat of the season as he lost the day, the Junior golfers will be as.

tourney clash, having piled up an signed to either the A, B, C, or D
I envious record of twelve consecutive Flight and match play will begin
victories during the cam Monday morning.. The four .

Heightens didders' Spirit paign recently concluded. Buch- flights have been so arranged, ...
erich held the Police to seven that even those who haven't had

bingles, the most hits ever garnered a golf club in their hands mom
-- ., -- off him in a single tilt. than once can play in the De.I .
With only nine days remaining bhis last year, is showing promise j'Prescott. Hollod and Coxon were I Gene Horton paced local batters I i I pendents'; tournament.
before the Jax-Navy grid sea- on the Jax-Navy gridiron on Jax-Navy's roster last year by-collecting two of the team's will be to
son opens at Corpus Christi on :, with Lloyd Nelson, who played while Prescott played,the snap- total of five safeties. I winners Trophies in all flights presented and the affair
September 24, the local pigskin- with Quonset in 1948; John "Cur- per-back post for Quonset Point After the City Guardians tooka to have,several "
ners are careening down the 'ly" Penyak, a speedy wingback, the last two gridiron seasons. two-run lead in the fourth ona promises top
Juniors entered the
practice trail full tilt with plenty 1 serving his first year in service The first home game will be single and two doubles, Jax- petition.notch Among them in are com such
of polishing and smoothingout ball; Ray Hinkle, a spirited fullback played in the Gator Bowl on Navy came back in the top of hopefuls Joan Peltier Barry
I I as ,
remaining to be done dur- ; Chet Kimball and Chuck Oct. 1st with Edonton Marinesas the eighth to knot the score and Helfenstein Haas Joan
Billy ,
ing the next few days of work i Rhoades doing their share of the the opponents. drive John Chitty, the winning
Bedell Joan
Minter Joan
Furry,
Although the roster has the i ball carrying. Marty Bandler I -x- I team's starting tosser, from the Dianne Malstrom and Dianne
framework of a first class team" along with Nelson and Hulseyare mound. Gene Bacon, however Holland.
opposition will be greater this proving very adept at punt- : SPORTS QUIZ who came in to relieve Chitty
year than ever before, according ing. As far as flinging the pig- I I pitched no-hit ball the remainderof All players will have handicaps
to recent" reports from the campsof skin goes, nearly all the back- I the tiff. Then the Police had and trophies will be award
Jax-Navy foes. But, whether 'field candidates are connecting ; QUESTIONS their big rally in the last of the ed to the winner and runner-up
: with their throws. I eighth which netted them teams. Entries fur both the Jun.
this be another great season like 1. Who was the first pitcher in the
last year or one filled with dark i Chuck Moore and Jack Dun- the major leagues to become a County diadem. 1 ior Dependent and Junior-Senior
affairs should be to Jack
shadows, every member of the can, returnees from 1948, along 20-game winner this year? |! Bill Alsobrook of the winning given
Station Pro before 1200:
Navy team will stick to the John with Vince Anania, Jax-Navy I 2. Was Australia's quest to aggregation/ made a jumping Jug- Harvey, .
Paul Junes Motto"I have not letterman in 1947, will probablyI the Davis Cup from the U.S. this cop I II gling catch of local slugger Dom Friday noon, September Itf.x
yet begun to fight". I handle the larger portion of 1 I I year and take it "down under"a J Savino's hard line drive to right ------ -

Head Coach Don Jacka has 1 flankwork this season. Anania i success? in the seventh frame, to save the Hospital Annexes
been toughening the practice I! made All-Navy end when he was 3. How many tickets would you ,, day for the Police.

grind day by day, and holding : here before. I say were purchased last year by I The City Engineers, who Jax- .
inter squad scrimmages from The tackle spots are being Americans to witness sporting Navy defeated four times in the Touch Football
time to time.. At least four backfields | closely contested with no less events? I past season, scored several up- I
have been set up and take than six veritable battering rams ; 4. Can you name the members' "
alternate turns at running any I proving well versed at handlingthe of the 1941 championship Brook "DAUGHTER, said the mother, Win Over O&RA
one of forty plays which will be posts. Ted Daum, Marvin lyn Dodgers who are still play- "didn't I tell you not to let
used this season. Weldon, Jim Nugent, Pat Patterson ing with the team? strange men come to your apart flashy Hospital combine
16 Lettermen Tom Henderson and Wilbur 5 Do you know the nicknamesof ment? You" know things like that opened the 1949 station intramural

Sixteen top-notch lettermenwill Sweat are returnees from last these three collegiate football worry me. touch football season in top
action this and year while Nortis Thomas, an- teams? UCLA, Colgate Rice. "Don't be ridiculous, Mother! fashion by handing Overhaul and
see
with such again backs year other 1947 lettermen, is also turn- ANSWERS; laughed the girl. "I went to his Repair a 6-0 setback in the initial

Bama Hutchinson hustling, George Kin-as ing in a top performance in prac- 'STMQ 's-wpjeu! POH 'sumjg! 'q; apartment this time. Now, let his encounter of the season, on the
mother worry!" mat area football field last Mon-
'asaau aaraad 'auo 1quo
near, Harry Epperson and Gordon tice.A
Kent included in the trio of hard-hitting guardsare 'OOO'OOO'Sie: ue4t aJOW 'f:
group day.Eight
Jacka's show some glim- developing into top-notch junoj tot B Xq Xqdoj) Native: "Sahib, I saw a lot oi teams are entered in the
eyes
mer of hope for the current cam- i forward wall men this year with. aqj pauie! ;.}js'n a4.t 'ON 'Z tiger tracks" about a mile northof annual loop with the remaining!
paign. With Ben Griffin assist- | Joe Sinko and Bill Molonskie, ')(OS p uuojsog I here. six slated to see action this week.
ing in the backfield tutoring I Jax-Navy's leading guardsmenlast am jo nauaej pj i I Hunter: "Good! Which way 1 t I FASRon Six NARTU, VF-133 Officers -

several newcomers are also show- year, grunting and groaning I -x- _south_?" and VF-133 enlisted men
---1
ing up well in practice. Bill ,: as they try to prevent Ski Ro- -- -- were scheduled to play earlier ,
i skoski from capturing of the this week with R-l Division meet- -
Hulsey, a triple-threat man who I one Navy Grid Teams
saw action as halfback for Mem- !I posts. Both Sinko and Molonskie Eyeing I ing Dispensary this afternoon on
made All-Navy last season. the mat area at 1530 to completethe
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Clem Running neck and neck for the Campaign With Confidence first round of play.A .
Connally Cops
starting slot at center are George ; i single game will be played
Hollod John Coxon and Frank j dally on Monday, Tuesday Wed
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As football teams
Navy geared
Links Tourney PlayClem I -_ I themselves in preparation for the trict will act as -h-st-fu;; the' nesday and Thursday for the next .
I six weeks, with all battles taking
Connally captured top coming 1949 grid campaign, prac- South-Central Group elimination
place on the mat locatednear
,
honors in a Full Handicap versus CPO Golf Meet tically all of them have set as which will be held November 13. II | the area
corner of Yorktown and
Par Golf the football I I The South-Central Group color .
tournament on station I their goal the All-Navy I Mustin
Roads.
links over the week-end as Carded championship which will be determined bearer will meet the Northeastern | notch Hospital's top
SaturdayAnother aggregation is a heavy favorite
,
I Group champion November ,
he finished with a plus-four tally in the Los Angeles Coliseum this
over a field of twenty-five divot December 17 with Com-I diggers host of prizes and I mander Western Sea :Frontier Naval District. The winner of the ,i the championship last year by f
awards are in store for-competitors Inter-Group playoff will the going through the campaign un
play
host I
Cuido Ruscetta also registered I designated a*-the activity.In I t defeated.In .
in the monthly Chief's golftourney winner of the Middle Atlantic
I order to reach that goal, '
a plus-four in the but I
tourney, Monday's opening tussle
slated for Saturday, Sep however, teams must go through I Fleet Group on December 6, at ,
was playing under a different quarterback Jack starred
tember 17 at the local layout. I elimination contests to determinethe Quantico, Va., to determine the Kemp
handicap. A. B. Connor and Bill for the winners he connected
I as
Prizes will be awarded for low team which will represent the ,
Hughes each with various group and district with
completed play I a number of gtound-gaining
a plus-three while Russell Croft, gross, kicker longest drive, closest championships. The selection of Atlantic Ocean in the All-Navy 1 passes and scored the lone touch
J. J. Sutherland, W. R. North and to pin on No. 12, least putts, the team to represent the Sixth Finals. I down of the fray. Garry Walsh
E R. Foster finished even. | longest putt on No. 18, high score, Naval District, of which NAS isa I' The South-Central Group is.. an outstanding right halfback on
Ray Rayfield and Bill Foulk most putts, and hidden six, Entryfee I part, in the South-Central composed of the Sixth, Eighth I the Hospital combo, helped out
is $1.00.Eddington. Group championship will be de- and Ninth Naval Districts, while in the
ground-gaining chores
each tallied scores to II I by
one-up par .
-x- termined on the basis of season'srecord the Northeastern Group is com- consistent. '
while Mickey Boytis, Glen Bar- picking up yardage by
nes, S. T. Corneliussen, W B. and comparative scores. I posed of the First, Third and ly speeding around the ends for
Robinson Again In the event it is deemed neces- Fourth Naval District. Naval Air short gains. ,
and W. F. Brockhaus
finished two-down. sary to determine a district champion Training activities, Reserve Fleets 1 land Playing a terrific defensive
i Paces Jax Shooters between teams with equally all Naval activities shall com for the Hospital
game crew was
Other golfers who entered in :' outstanding records, a playoff pete in their Naval District play- I pivotman Arthur Sparks who got
the affair finihsed with 4-down' Consistently placing high in I will be arranged by the Directorof offs. Units of the inactive fleet' his share of the tackles and was
tallies. They are B. S. Weber A.I practice shoots at the Jacksonville I Welfare, Sixth Naval District. berthed at Naval stations withinthe I instrumental in holding the O&K
E Leschak, C E. Herbison, C. C. Gun Club each week-end, All activities in the Sixth Na- Naval Districts shall partici- j> squad from coming within
Drumwright, T. A. Wagner, C local bird-buster Wayne Eddington I val District having organized I I pate in the eliminations sponsored -< position. scoring .
Green, John Goodens, Amil Fur banged out a 48x50 last Sun football teams who may desire by these Naval Districts. Fleet I The schedule for next week .I
ry, Henry !:iyk, Joe Valaitis, W. day to tie for top honors with to represent the District in the Air Wings will be considered i finds NARTU clashing with V...
F. Lyons, Bill Mattix: and It. B. i two Jacksonville gunners, Hugh South-Central Group eliminations 1 Fleet Units, it has been pointed 133: enlisted, Monday; FASRon

Dudley Stone and Emmett Lee. are requested to forward all per- out.The Six meeting Dispensary, Tuesday; f .
4. Eddington was a member of tinent data to the Commandant, Quantico Marines capturedthe Hospital tangling with VF-133 '
Sailor: "Every time I kiss" you, the top-notch Jax-Navy trigger Sixth Naval District prior to Sep All-Navy championship last Officers, Wednesday; and R-1 Division
It makes me a better man! team which captured the Gulf tember 24. year and went on to grab the and Overhaul & Repair

Quail: "Well you don't have togo Coast Skeet championship at Pen- Quantico Defenders mythical service title by drubbing completing the second week's
to heaven in one night." !sacola: recently Commandant Eighth Naval Dm* FortBragg, N. C schedule\ Friday afternoon.l'aae .





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