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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1949
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".'. VOL. 7-No 29 20 October 1949 :r

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


UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

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.. Pay Under New Measure! J
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The biggest news development within the past week, in \\J::

fact probably the best news servicemen have had in a long ,q

> time, was the passage of the Armed Forces Pay Bill, signet "

r by President Truman October 12, and which provides an increase

j,., in salary for every member in the Armed Services. -
The first revision of the
major 1---- --- -- ----
-, military pay structure in 40 years, I|: Some enlisted men with large famIlies -
!" the bill became effective for pay stand to lose under the new
i. purposes Oct. 1, but It was not until I measure with the eventual dropping .
'" Wednesday Oct. 12 that Presi- of family allowances The
dent Truman affixed his signature' slash has been made as painlessas
to the bill. The new pay hike, possible with the extra emolu-
however, automatically became law I merts continuing In some cases un
Oct. 12 with work already begunto : til 105.:",

pay the new rates on the Oct. I Tabbed also a* the "career compensation

31 payroll. I act of 1949", the new
-. Amounts Vary pay hike measure also serves as a

:, ..' mt '9'oi'j ,'i&'(><' ""' I. Slightly altered from the original : weapon to attract and retain prscnnel .
bill and with minor In the Service adequate both
; ANNIVERSARY ClmE1\IONY-NAS commanding: officer, Capt. Alvin I. Malstrom performs the ments Ironed out between adjust-the in numbers and capabilities.Employees .
/' traditional cutting: of the cake in observance last Friday of the station's ninth birthday in the presence
House and Senate of the
I ,.. of civilian employees who were around when the station was in its infancy. Gathered around are versions
bill, the action affects personnelof
I left to right, Arlington Bennett, Ethel: Swiler, Eugene Griffin, Aubrey Wilson, Francis Gardner, Ma- Choose
the Air Force
Clarence lovey, Cleve Loveland, Robert Garth, John Inabinet, Theodore Tritdi and Noble Farmer. Navy Army
rine Corps, Coast Guard, National

All-Saints' choir Guard Geodetic, Air Survey Nathnal, Public Guard Health Coast 4 Board Members'

1" Community Chest Drive Service and many Reserve components -
Four
of the various services. new members of the
To Give
ProgramA Board of Directors of the Employees -
Service pay will be boosted in
Association Civil
for Service

: program of sacred music will widely varying amounts ranging employees of the Naval Air
Gels Underway TodDY be presented by the All Saints' from $5.00 per month for recruits Station were elected in secret bal
Chapel Choir of 40 male voices with five months' service to $300 lot Oct. 7 to fill the expired terms
Sunday at 7:45: P.M. at the St. or more a month for Admiralsand I of foui encumbents" of the nine
t "Everyone for l"-That's a slogan heard repeatedly Johns Presbyterian Church Herschel Generals will over 30 years' man board.
';. via press and radio in announcing: the 1919 Community Chest street and Shirley avenue service. For more detailed explanation Elected to the board at the recent -

: fund drive to benefit 21 Red Feather agencies served by Du- The public is cordially invited to consult of the the pay pay scale, readers printed should in :I II election were Frank :M
of Public Works
val County. The Naval Air Station put the cry into effect the presentation, the first off-sta- I the Oct 6 issue of the Jax Air William Ironmonger D. Potts of Supply and;
Monday afternoon 11 delegates at "kickoff" tion appearance of the season for News. I
as gathered a Fiscal; Thomas P. Roberts Over-
the local choir. The choir has
'' to for the drive. ap- The bill also eliminates the haul end and Grace C.
meeting map plans station wartime Repair
,. peared in many of the city a I
_. __ .__
, u The Community Chest Is Jacksonville churches since its organization in family allowance\ system for Hamrick, General Group. The
-. I 's and Duval County's No 19USunday's. enlisted men which was based on newly elected" members who will
,[ Cast Chosen 1 civic obligation. It is not just I the number of dependents and in I< represent their respective departments -
't another campaign It is 21 cam- program will include, its place substitutes a flat quarters on the board will replace -
\i ; II paigns rolled into one to save the "Praise Ye The Father", by Gou allowance of $6750 a month four members whose term
.;.h For Kongo'Presentation citizens time and money. The drive nod; "Stilling The Tempest", by I tor thope in higher enlisted grades. expire next month. _
Wilson "Recessional"
; by KiplingDeKoven y
opens today and concludes Nov. 3, '

tr<; I I will VIce-Presldent deliver the Alben keynote E Barkley address D\orak; and; "Heart"Eternal Divine"Father. by : Station Observes Birthday

Strong to Save", by Dykes.
I
; \ I at the Community Chest Drive in
,r The cast for the station three- The 40-male voice choir is directed -
j I Jacksonville today at 7:30 P.M..
I Lcdr J. M, Hirst with With Cake-Cutting RitesNaval
t. act drama production "Kongo", a at the George Washington Hotel by
1f.f. .stirring play that ran for a, year Mrs E R. Olney as organ/ ac
I No quota has been set for the ---
An meditationwill Air Station Jacksonville --
I : on Broadway has been officially companist. evening
'i announced by director Mrs. Rowland station drive, held for civilians and be given by Station Senior marked another milestone in its Friday. observing the ninth anniversary -
t
I White, with Capt Frank T I any servicemf ho wish to contribute Chaplain Charles A, Dittmar short but significant history! last of its commissioning with
t 'i- Ward playing the leading role of but the 11 delegates at __ __ ___ a short but impressive C81( -cut-
"dead legs" Flint Monday's meeting voted to put an ting ceremony in the conference
a ; all out effort into the local drive. k r rf room of the Main Administration
:, The stage production, utilizing Delegates in turn will select and Building
j \:. local station talent, is sponsored meet with various workers in their Although the actual anniversarydate
::1'''''": by the Welfare Committee of respective departments and divisions fell on Saturday, Oct. 15 Naval -
r. NAS with proceeds going to- officials and- the
/- to aid in soliciting and collecting Air Station
: :; wards the welfare! fund. It will NAS civilian
funds. At-rangements cue oldest m-pomt-of-service -
. ... be presented in a five-day run I being made to have employees cash employees gathered a stay
beginning Nov. 17. their pay checks throughout the i earlier for the ceremony, with
As "dead legs" Flint, a rubber I day Friday aL specially set-up pay Capt. Alvin I. Malstrom cutting
and ivory trader in the Belgian offices. Pledge cards will also ne + the huge 40-pound cake baked for
:,: Congo where the play takes place, made available, the occasion
Captain Ward comes to dramatic 21 Character Builders On hand for the occasion, most
grips with his rival and protagonist Representatives attending the __ of whom were around when the
"Kirk", played by Dr. J, R. initial confab, headed by Chair. station first opened, were 'Oil-
Weaver. man of the drive Arnold O. Anderson timers" Theodore Fritch, John B
Secondary leads are cast as Industrial Relations Officer Inabinet, Arlington W. Bennett,
that played by Dr. Kingsland, a included Theodore Fritch, Ad. Francis R. Gardner Ethel M Swiler -
British hashish addict who later I ministration; Harry Jarratd, Jull- Noble C. Farmer, Clarence A.
reforms, played by Capt. LewisR us deR Quina and Daniel A Whid i Tovey Aubrey F. Wilson, RobertM
Daze, USMC, and Annie who don, from Overhaul and Repair: FIR Gaith, Eugene L. Griffin end
. came to the Congo in search of I Forrest and Phillip D. Myers, 3 T > lj } P2i C O Loveland Others who wen
1 her father and contracted serious I I from Supply and Fiscal; Ralph T Invited to the ceremony, but were
fI oif'" illness, played by Miss Grace Mosely and Eugene L Griffin, absent due to leave, were John

... Miles. II Public Works, Rod D. Pinney, Operations :; Carson Phillip D. Myers, and
..
.rP.. Others in the cast are: Lt Raymond and Michael Cascone, Miscellaneous Frank H McKinley.Following .
** Lygo, a British pilot staI departments I a short message acknowledging .
:, tioned at Cecil Field for train. >
By having one campaign insteaJ rS the station's birthday.
r (Continued on Page 2)) of 21 for the various agencies, con. Captain Malstrom officially openeJi:
tributors are giving through the the ceremony with the traditional
; "' : Air News Functions Chest to the i\ services of the a cake-cutting. The huge. 40-pound
,
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r' r, agencies tor a whole year The 211 three-tiered cake, an elaborate;
Red Feather services have a' combined thng of beauty specially dccorat
Location
New
From
': t\ total of 700 years of community ed for the occasion was pie work
The Jax Air News editorial offices service to Jacksonville and ; ; .' : of th.> General Mesa NAS Com.
;\ i;It' formerly located in building I Duval County, A quota of $521- missary, with Lcdr. Guy N
: 930, are now functioning from : 905 has been set for the Duval Stroud Commissary Officer, Gen
; a new location in rooms 123 and 'County Chest drive.Organizatl.IUI -GE1T JG -I\DY-Therels always' the preparation n period; eral Mess; Chief Commissary
125 in 'the Main Administration all of them character prior to any off-station movement as these VA-174 lads! plainly Steward James P, Cline; Commissary / .
A if .. building. building units which aid in demonstrate as they go to work on a.nD3 "Skyraider" landing Man first class N. J. Loch;
The phone numbers remain the the prevention of crime, poverty (ear in readiness for the "cold weather cruise" slated to start Oct. I Commissary Man, second cltaii J..
same, 8184 for official calls and and disease. to benefit from the 31. Chief Aviation MeUlsmith J. W McClure Is on the left Aviation N. Curak, and Commissary Man
8230 for'want ad and: circulation llHlJ drive include: the Boy Scouts, MeUUnuth first class F. F. Dyrd.il is: In center, while Airman second class, Luther C I1.)well,
information, (Continued on race 2) II. Uaknza, L'I' the Ud m the right I collaborating on the baking






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ITS A FAcr------ 24000th Landing

TALENT CHIT FOR "KONGO"To



How Pay Raise Affects Aboard RooseveltBy : Building Headquarters 135, Phone"Kongo"562. .., .


U S. NAS Jacksonville, Fla


VA-175 PilotWhat Name ____Rate or rank __..__
Allowance ToldWashington

Family another routine he thought landing was turn-just Dept. _..Unit .....'I el. No,_ a

(AFPSSignificant) aspects of the new pay bill ed out to be.one of special occasion I would like to serve with the committee checked below:
for Lt. (jg) Adam T. t

which affects personnel receiving benefits under Servicemen's Dependents Herman of Attack Squadron Scene Design_...._ Make-up._>__ Tickets__...... Properties. ....
Allowance Act of 1942 are listed below.
175 who was credited with
1. Persons who enlisted or reenlisted - -- --- ----- making the 24,000th landing Stage. _-,. Advertising. ._ Costume.._.._ Usher........ Script.._._
ily allowances until the end of'
prior to July 1, 1946, will
continue to be eligible to draw ; their enlistments or July 1, 1952, : House. _.. .. j jI

their present pay and family allowances whichever is earlier. I T I

until the end of their -- '
7. Enlisted persons will not be ,

enlistments eligible to claim brothers and :

2. Persons who enlisted or reenlisted sisters as dependents after the WeekendWinyTafa

after July 1, 1946, will last day of the sixth month following :

be eligible to draw their presentpay the date the bill was en
and all family allowances acted. f

until the last of the sixth f Notes
day I I Besides varying pay increases,
month following the date the bill major provisions of the bill include J "

was enacted. I : fromARTU : ., "W

3. Married men who enlisted : Longevity-A ceiling on the h: ... IIlI..J "

..r reenlisted prior to the date present system of 5 per cent for 'IEr .....
the bill is enacted but after July : -r N e '
i each three years of service so ,. '
1 1946 Mill continue to be eligible \ f ,I
that a person who fails to win a :\, _: .. ,
to draw their present pay
promotion will not continue to

and family allowances for their :i get raises up to the present 30- LT. (jf) ADAM HERMANaboard I "PI\IL)56-Things quiet Saturday were afternoon.unusually f, Air Wing No. 3. What that &is, remains '" ." "o'I"'!. I

wives and children until July 1, ', year maximum. the carrier USS Franklin I question. .' -
.
1952, or the expiration of their I r I D. Roosevelt during thecarrier's It looked like Monday and Tues- Lt. a Duane Deen' a
Incentive pay for hazardous duties day in the hangar. Some boys reports
enlistments whichever is earlier. '
three-day
operationtour I
such as flight and submarine booming appliance business from
I i rushed in long enough to deposit
here last week
,
4. As soon as the total compensation service-Flat rates ranging from I their gear and were off again. down Bunnell way. Naturally he
to which an enlisted man $100 to $210 a month for officers In the process of making i Their bright uniforms told the claims to handle the best line.

may be entitled under the new and $30 to $75 for enlisted per. routine carrier qualification j' story "The Fighting Gator Everybody feels better' financial
bill exceeds the total compensation !I I sonnel instead of the present j landings, Lt. Herman of VA- i ly. Checks were waiting for us
sys- Band" was due to be on paradein I
he Is presently receiving, he I 1175 based at Cecil Field, was this week-end and also learn
tem of 50 per cent, of basic.Ion. I Jacksonville before the big we I
will automatic qualify for the gevity pay. 1 1I notified of his achievement by Florida-Vanderbilt Those I that the new pay raise for armed -
radio from USS Roosevelt but I game.
higher<< pay and allowances. i : services means a good pay raise r' :
I I
Sea and foreign duty pay for who could, remained on board un-
: was unable to land and
suffered again
5. enlisted man who wewon't have to .
Any for us. Maybe
all commissioned and warrant officers I cut the traditional cake due to til 1700 but after that it was hard I II "j
'
in total
a reduction compensation drive that car another
year.
has been eliminated. Enlisted to find member. All
the elimination : the tight flight schedule, How- a squadron ti
upon allow pay on sea or foreign duty ever Lt. Herman was ceremoniously hands who did .go saw a good -x- 1
all of his
of family
any or will range from a low of $8 additional ; honored later at CecilField game with the winner undecided
he Chosen .
which
from that Cast
benefits
I
ance enact per month for the lowest where he landed on his until the last few minutes of the I
to ,
was receiving prior enlisted grade to a high of $22.50 I game. It was then that Florida I
return Jet pilots aboard
ment of the bill may upon application a month for the top enlisted trip. lost 2217. I'I| (Continued from Pace 1) I
the carrier
obligingly partook
be discharged from the ing with Carrier Air Group 17,
tervice. grade. of the cake baked for the occa Lcdr. Chuck Rogers is absent I I who will play "Whippy", the -
I Physical I disability requirements sion. this week-end. He's none to Norfolk -
under
.
(Family allowances paid I cockney; Wild Ray Farber, castas
the Servicemen's Dependents Allowance -Compensation to be basedon I A native of West Branch, I to represent the squadron I I "L'il Mim", a half-caste girl;

Act of 1942 are entirely degree of disability. It has I : Mich., Herman is Public Information I and receive the nationally coveted I,i Dr. L. H. Rofenbarger, as "Zoom- .

separate and distinct from quarters been the practice to retire officers I officer of his squadron. I Noel Davis award. VHML)56( ) bie, a native chieftain; A. W. ,
- -- has to be of their i i
for and cause proud
allowances which are pay physical reasons give I I I Ferro, YN, who doubles as a native -
them 75 per cent of baselongevity. I IVartu-ettes Meet squadron to have received suchan i I
able to officers and qualified enlisted and as Prince God of the '
personnel. Under the new The Nartu-ettes Club wives of award and our guns are now I' Voodooes.Mrs. '
*'
award '
trained for next I'
I year's
pay rate, quarters allowances are Bonuses for enlisted personnelwill enlisted men of NARTU, will I Frank Gingrich, besides I
substantially increased for enlisted be made on the basis of meet Oct. 26 at 2000 at the NAR- I "First again" is VPML)56( with acting as scene designer, book

personnel.) years to be served rather thanon T:" enlisted men's, club. Meet. the successful completion this holder and properties chairman,

6. Enlisted persons who do not the old theory of paying $50a ings will be held twice a month, week-end of the first fire drill also plays the part of Mrs. Mob-

have dependent wives and child year for past service. Reen- on the second and fourth Wed ever to be conducted by a reserve rev, a missionary. Chief Petty '

ren, but do have parents dependent listment bonuses now range 1 nesday each month at 2000. squadron at NARTU, Jax. Being Officer H. L. Barr, is cast as the

upon them for chief supportwill from a low of $40 for a 2-year L---x- Fire Prevention Week made it an "leopard man", and John I3ryon,

continue to be eligible to enlistment to a high of $360 re'l appropriate time for such a drill. I II I civilian employee Supply d .

tlruv their present pay and fam- a 6-year enlistment. BREEZESShe I All hands took part with each I partment, plays the role of Wasb,
. : That was lovely proposal [ person' carrying out his duties a henchman of Craig.

Traffic Violations/ darling, I've taken it all downin with dispatch. Captain Priestmanwas .1 Mrs. White, who has directed
ClassifiedBulletin board to observe the drillas
shorthand< ; now If you'll Just on I the same play at the Naval' Air ,
sign it, I'll file It away for future was Fire Chief Moran. The Station Pensacola and has had
Show ,
Decrease Here '
reference.A Fire Chief addressed the squadron extensive professional experience .
I at muster immediately following
a
Apprehension of traffic viola- ]; with her husband, Capt. Rowland -
of tourists I the drill at which time he I
party came upon
tors showed decrease I White in producing amateur
FOR SALT: a slight per
reviewed the drill and
enlltsed men' unlfoirno. an Indian brave riding a pony compli- will be assisted
Two lallor-m&de during the past week with 12 formances, by Dr.
Baigsln. McDonald. 2-0377 or violators issued tickets four A heavily burdened squaw trudged mented the squadron on the manner Weaver.
see Hi 825: McDuff Ave. on beside him. 'I in which it was carried out.
machine. 49 counts from the period Oct. 11 to I I' -x-
Pot table Dewing Murray "
doesn't the ride?
Executive Officer Lcdr.
Cumbei land Rd. Oct. 17. I I "Why squaw Our Community Chest
'4(1> Plymouth. White wall thru. Radio. asked the tourist. I Tom Ray rolled in from Monticello ,
$4 (( Woolbilght. Ext. 593 befoie Charged with speeding were I "Ugh", said the Indian, "che! got about 2400 Saturday night to''i I (Continued from Page 1) .

]f(Il. Arthur H. Lauer, ADC; David C. | no pony". i be ready for a day's duty Sunday. Boys' Horne Association, Biewstcr
old.
2 months
Resists Boston Pups Skeen, AN; R. Ct Pfeiffer, HA; Chil-
Catholic Charities
Smith. 4845:>> Tlmaquana Rd. Pho. We were still "up" after the big Hospital ,
8-2013. Virginia Markham, Clifford R. Belle was sitting in the breakfast I football game and glad to see him I dien's Home Society, Clara White
Ladles fur coat !Size' 15 *"*> cash Calllifter Hubbell, Leo V. Duncan, and S. nook shelling peas, when she again. He reports that his new' Mission Council Social I Agencies,

GE Deluxe 5 or Model 6, Pho.Wilnger!5-5H82. type Gently wash- Green. heard a knock at the back door. I' car does very nicely will roll at I I Daniel Memorial I I Home, GUI

Ing machine\ with ltPIi6t.. 8163. I Col. N. J. Wiley (USA), H. M. Thinking it was her young son, 80 mph, without putting the gas I Scouts, Hope Haven Hospital,

Mtttcnetlc Jiff saw Bleyea, ADC, and C. G. Santuicci the, called, "Here I am, darling." I pedal to the floor. I Jacksonville Urban League Jewish

Baby Training Bassinette Seat, Dog.Pad Male Liner.Dalmatian Child I were apprehended for illegal Silence. Then a deep voice answered The big question this week-end ,:I Welfare Society, Legal Aid

1 year old. Pho. Ext 8163. I parking, while David C. Skeen, : "Lady, this is nut the : is who's going where. The reorganization 'I Association. Nursery School Association
Mill fell equity in 3 bedim, home. All AN, was charged with reckless I regular milkman." of the squadron means I Old Folks Home Oppor

Benson Eleo. Kitchen.Pho. 24)108$30.81 5248 per Linwood mo. Mr. driving and possessing faulty a much smaller complement but'tunity House, St. Lukes Hospital,

Aw, Wesconnett.Siottlen equipment.See I The weaker sex is tM strongersex I Lcdr Doug Epperson reports that Salvation Army, Traveleis Aid Society .

AKC Registered. Distemper because of the weakness of the most of the personnel will not be Visiting; Nurse Associationand
Shot: 5 months old 125 and $.15. at 1.134 (AI) Randolph.New stronger sex. dropped but transferred to Fleet Y W.C.A.
G. Spear, Pho. net of Lyon Stainless Steel Solid _
R'I'Io&;nb. RCA. 16mm i 2\l'n and wheel Trim Rings. Flu any 15' L
Howell. Auto Load, Kl-9. 1950 Model wheel. R. R. Lewis 1223 (B) Han- T >.'
Also Baby Sltoller. Ext. N<8. ChiefSrhwleghoffer lock St. Ext. 349. I 4 a .1 o

Household good All Steel Ice box.
S twdl'oomIome.. $7200. !Substantial' ) Bed, Elt'<'. HeBI r. Other Items Bent
Cash payment desired Mr. A Trailer cash offer takes any or all Halt.Pho. ,
2150 Phyllis St. 2-0660.
Mew Metal Bathlnett Eleo Sleilll/er '46 Buick Roadmaster Sedan. Fully
with Rack Also Teeter Babe All for equipped. Reasonable offer. Led r. I
$:lO. Cull 84171. 5281: Atlleboio. Miller Kxt. 429.:
Sofa Bed and Co\er Maple Desk Orrnslonal '40 Koid. 2 door Sedan, Radio. Cox.
Chair Library Table Glider I Pho. 2-4115.
and porch Chain. silo or will sell' FOR RENT
5248 Lynwood Ave. '
Man separate Daik Blue Suit, Woolen Size House. Modern 4 rm. unrUI n. $,.0 a
:aft worn twice. $1V Zenith Connote I month.Rd.I'utfished Smith.. 8-2013.: 4845 limaquana -
Radio $15 Collapsible baby carriage
Bedroom.
apt. Llvlngroom
fK. ( ho. 8.42\1.269 Cumberland Rd.
' Heater. Laundry room and gaiage. Hot
41 Sludebaker Radio. water Adults only. $50 a mont h.RooRt'.t'lt .
sacrifice. Ext 515,
dilve Must 0\1'1"1' .
to Collins left to N. Y.
1timt>o. Home rho. 9-6071.
Mmmonn Jn net'spring Mattress Room 2nd,house.bath. Hot waler Kitchen
Monarch Elec. Stove $25 \\Mllng- pvt.
house Klec Refrlg. 6-1/2 ft. $100. : prlv. On bun line. Mil Blown. 27J9Lowell 4vs
---- 'Ave I'ho. 8-0162.)
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--- 3 room apt. Fum. Couple only 2339
Oak. Tho. 20353.: Convenient to NAS.
Jax Air News 3 room apt Furn. All Elec, Kitchen.
Utilities furnished. G. W. Graham {,
Editorial Office 5221 Wesccnnett Blvd. % 4 c
South Wing, Lower Deck 2 dingle rooms In congenial l home near''I y51
5 Points. Mil. May, 831: Oak St. Pho.
I I
Bldg. 930 7-6061. '
Telephone' Extt'nHlon-8IM 3 I'oom' apt Kuin. Couple only. 2639 .

Andrew H. I'Untjr, Editor i I -Clean College attiactlve.St. Cundlff 3 room apt. for ,

Tb JAX AIR NEWS If published J adults.! 4229 Marquetle A\e. Pho.
weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station 1 23771.Room : i I
In Rlverfiont home. for couple.
Jacksonville Florida and printed j
'J03 Woodmeie Drive.
with non..pproprlal.l
commercially I Room for rent Kitchen pilv. II de-
nment
to the KOVM
funds et no expense
and In compliance with SecNav Circular I shed Garaee 2-6527.Couple only. Near fi '. a0. J
Fho
Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December' 1945. Small NAS.house, Jo urn. $30 per mo. L. B.
Copies are distributed free of chargeat Foley, Pho. 81124. Rt 4 Box 4<*D
the Naval Air Station the Naval Seaboard Ate,
Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxiliary
Air Station. Cecil )Field and the ut.r.r

U. S. Naval Hospital.The Wanted--Model Train Gilbert Trains. .. .a
Gape 3/16 In. track. Jnfoimallon.Pints. y b L
Or trade appieclated. Chief y
JAX AIR NEWS l la a .urmbpr ol Rlckhurg Ext. 772 or 58'! -- i '
the Ships' EdItorial Association and Lost-Cat In Orange Park. Named NAKTU WINS ANOTHER-Capt. Frederic W. Frlestman, commanding fflcer of NARTU proudly I
the Armed Forces Press Sort Ice. Reproduction Pele. bellow and Pinkish Tom Cat. displays the Noel Davis plaque he accepted on behalf of patrol squadron VP(1ML)5G(! ) in a special .
from these Slkeir. 4-Olbl./
sources must of bear material a credit line. Repibllcatlon Lost Mrll.or Vernon Stolen-12 ft. low boat horn ceremony at Norfolk, Va. Assistant Secretary of the Navy John T. Koehler made the presentation to

of other matter except by (Oitetf River Sat. night. Gray and the NAKTU squadron, adjudged the finest of its kind in the Naval Air Reserve Training Com-

service publications In piohltttfd with I Red Champion motor. Rewaicl Pho. I mand. Interested viewers of the plaque are, Joseph Uavin, left, Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce
out permission (it Editor JAX AIR H-WW' J. H. Copeland Jit. 4 Box
NEWS. I 477-N Os tea' faiira Blvd. president, and Mayor.1V.;.. _Hay don Burns of Jacksonville, lifbt.NOW .









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TRAINING COURSE GRADS-Public Works department supervisors who recently completed the Supervisor Training: Course of the Navy's; Improvement
Program,, conducted by Training Operations of the Industrial Relations department, were presented with certificates by Public Works officer, Eugene J. Pel1,1 -
tier, left, in brief.ceremony. Left to right are, J. II. Gwynes, Luke M. Johnston, Charles W. Landiss, Clifford II. Murray, Joseph Henry, Thomas Cowan, Lcdr. Don-
!'aIdRitit, (assistant ) Thomas F. Andrew, Walton S. Fritch, Frank II. McKinley, Clement C. Flanders, James I). Bridges, Donald Butcher, Edward J. Megoni- I
+t: , f'\d Sam A. Graham.
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.iel> Davis; Trophy Awarded Five Squodrons Rendy


.. NARTU: Patrol SquadronThe SUPPLY


Noel Davis Trophy, awarded .--. -- .- I i For Northern Cruise

to the most outstanding squad way trophy to the outstanding I

ron of its type in the Naval Air, Naval Air Reserve activity in the'I Anyone who has ever hooked a
Reserve Training Command was command and presentation of the blue marlin knows he's been in a Personnel of five Fleet Air Jacksonville squadrons were among
to "Weekend thousands of personnel'preparing for the forthcoming "cold weathercruise"
formally presented Noel Davis Trophy to the five battle, and knows also, that he'sbeen
Warrior" Squadron VPML)56( ) of the best of up against a champion. into the Northern waters with the Second Task Fleet which
NARTU in ceremony last week each squadrons type, adjudged namely-fighter, attack ': Which reminds us of the recent will set sail Oct. 31 with a mighty assortment of naval power.
at Norfolk, Va. I "Hook and Sinker" true Purpose or the operation into I '
Lying I
and FAS I at
transport 'I
Present at Norfolk to receive' patrol I fish of three Anglers the "chilblain belt' will be to1 and 174 based Cecil Field.
the Coward for the local reserve Ron.NARTU The Conway Norfolk with trophy.NARTU wentto I us. Jack story Moccia.Tate and among Henry test cold weather equipment on !I I'mustered I Men of the local squadrons
this week for orientation
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FredericW. planes, carriers, and fighting
squadron were Capt. I Jacksonville placing second I I Behrens were fishing out from I'
officer ships and work out tactics for on the coming exercise
Priestman commanding the 27 activities. the jetties near'the mouth of the
among which will find local men experiencing -
NARTU and Lcdr. CharlesW. Arctic conditions.
of St. Johns. Jack had caught two
Rogers, commanding officerof i Fine Record i bass, one weighing 28 Ibs., and II Squadrons from Fleet Air a sudden change in
VPML)56.) VPML)56( ) was awarded the Tate one bass, weighing 26 Ibs. Jacksonville that will join the climate?-from the warm and
The Noel Davis Trophy is presented I honor following a year of near But the surprise catch of the day I I'I Second Task Fleet are Fighter sunny Florida climate to the icy
annually to the finest Na i perfect drill attendance on week was a 350 lb. shark, which put up Squadrons 41, 42 and 43 currently Northern waters. Individual prep-
val Air Reserve squadron of its end drills and the annual two 'I I a hard fight for nearly an hour based at the Naval Air Station aration and training for the cold
type in the command comprising j week active duty period. This before being licked by our three I and Attack Squadrons 174 weather, plus proper handlingand
27 activities located throughout combined with excellence in sportsmen. use of equipment is being

the country VPML)56( was acclaimed : flight and ground training and a | Next Monday night, October 24, Flight Changes Noted stressed as the units look for-
the finest of Naval Air mark of outstanding achievement another bowling league gets un ward to their new experience. .....
Reserve's 25 patrol bomber in the annual military inspection : derway at the Southside Alleys I For Fleet The five squadrons are expected -
I squadrons. It marked the second I conducted bv' _the Chief of Naval with only two teams from the LogisticsSeveral to depart sometime next week:
year in a row that a NARTU I Air Reserve Training last March, Supply and three from O & R. II major changes in the in order to join the Atlantic
I squadron had won the coveted I put the locaf squadron in front Another good team is needed, so October schedule of Fleet Logistic Fleet in time for the northern
award last year FASRon 158 for national honors. The Conwayand all bowlers who haven't yet signed Support Wing, Atlantic have { sojourn. All five of the squad-
was accorded an equal honor. Noel Davis Trophies were up are urged to contact Henry been announced by the Commander rons have had experience in
I
Occasion for the ceremony at presented by the Assistant Secretary Behrens before Monday night. Air Transport Squadron One. cruises to various parts of the
Norfolk was the annual presen of the Navy, John T. Koeh- The stork has made two more Effective Oct. 1 flight leaves |'world. The local contingent will
tation of the Edwin FrancIs Con. ler. and the entire ceremony was visits to the homes of two for- a include two- Battle Efficiency
-n by Rear Adm. Austin NAS Patuxent River, Marylandeach VF-41 and VA-175.
presided over mer employees, leaving a boy at Monday and Friday at 0900 :, winners,
K. Doyle, Chief of Naval Air each home. Known to many of us EST for Norfolk, Va., Jacksonville i I Vice Admiral Donald B Duncan -

ii Reserve Training. are the proud parents: Mr. and Flat and Guantanamo Bay, Commander Second Task
%5O I I Commissioned on July 1, 1946. Mrs. Sandy Stronach, now of St. Cuba. This flight will return to I Fleet, will command the operation -
the Noel Davis cup winning Pete. (Sandy worked in O & R Patuxent on Tuesdays and Sat- ;, Canadian observers will
squadron, composed of civilian re. and Leora in Stock Control) and urdays. The trip from Guantanamo i witness a part of the Navy sup
servists of Jacksonville and surrounding i also Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Malloy to San Juan will operate onlyon port of an amphibious landing,
areas, consist of 13 (Judy Mathews of Tab. Section). : the 21st of October. while high Navy officials will be
ground officers, 35 pilots, 1 med 1: Receipt Control welcomes two i Other changes are the flightsin present throughout the entice
ical officer and 135 enlisted men. new WAVES Mickey Rosalyn I II the Wa&higton area. Planes de- "cold weather cruise."
"Weekend Warriors most Virginia'
These and Isabel Peso NAS Patuxent River for -x-
of the last war, with her part
of them veterans Shaw is well pleased
D. C. and Norfolk
Frances Theus left last week attend drill periods one weekendeach I new home in Avondale, having Va Washington, twice each, weekday. Planes, NARTU SquadronsPut
with the Mayor's permission, for month and spend two weekson moved recently from Springfield. also leave Patuxent for Hart is-
North Carolina and that long dE-: active duty each summer in i, Virginia also has space in her
Pa. three times and
weekly
burg, PacesOf
vacation. Her hubby is on maintain their Through
to few
layed the endeavor new Plymouth for a passengers for Atlantic twice
City weekly.
the Jacksonville Police Force.F. wartime proficiency and keep and is an excellent driver-
H. McKinley spent several abreast of changes in Naval Aviation I never drives over 70 Best Although Patuxent and air transportation Quonset Point from has Fire FightingIn
days in Pennsylvania. E L. Grif-I; and its allied sciences. Non- wishes to Gordon Bat ber, (Equip. been reduced there three
are
fin took day off last week to of NARTU are trained who has and
a I I veterans Shop) resigned I flights weekly each direction. keeping with the observance
paint his house. Good thing the I'' from the ground up, with all men I plans to establish a business for I Twice weekly a 4-engine R5D of Fire Prevention Week last
series was over or probably he I[ paid according to their rate.x himself. The Tab. Section misses I Ii operates with the return trip the week Naval Air Reserve Training -
wouldn't have gotten the house I I i Holland ill foe the last
I Helen I I and Tuesday the 1 Unit Jacksonville began the
painted or would have paintedthe I I Marine: "The girl that I marry three weeks, and hopes to see her i I following R4D shuttle day is extended on to Quonset training of its Organized Reserve

window: panes. We were indeed must be able to take a joke." back at work soon. I II I Point from Washington, D. C., Squadrons in the art of fire fight
sorry to hear that C. H. I i Wave: "Naturally that Is the I Among our excess leavers are returning the following day. ing.
Murray's mother passed away, only kind that you will be able to Gladys Ward (Fiscal) who has I Further information desired i First "Weekend Warrior"
and also of the serious illness of spent one week already as a baby I squadron to be put through its
get. be had by calling the terminal
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Parker.. W. .- -- !I may here. I' paces was the Noel Davis Trophy
Bassett resigned to take a job in : .Unit VPML)56) which put to
Graduate Now ---- ----------
Chattahoochee and advised he Boys Town sitter; Madge Addison (Procure- I 1 practice its new fire procedure
would make reservations for ev ment) enjoying her favorite hob- II outlined during its last drill period -

eryone. I I Here To VF-43 by, gardening; Sally Gardiner I in September. The VPML)
We hear the Public Works Assigned who might use her leave for her : 56 fire procedure was worked out
bowling team is well on the l'oa.dto ., annual trek to Washington, and i by Lcdr. Walter S. Morris and *
fame Most employees wee Municipal Judge and Public Phil Myers (Fiscal) just relax ': Lt. (jg) Walter R. Welsch.
. bnxiously: awaiting their first pay Relations chairman are but two ing in his Lake Shore home. I! The drill fire warning blast>
: less day, but at the last minute of the former positions that Sea- Out of town guests for the Flor- I I blew without warning during
Congress gave the okay nod. Local man James A. Messer, Yeomanof & ida-Vanderbilt game included Mr. Sunday exercises with all hands
grocciymen seemed more Fighter Squadron 43 has held, and Mrs. Fred Mattox, Jr.. guest proceeding to the scene of the
worried than the employees.The but before the inquiries start, let of his mother, Mrs. Edith Mattox hypothetical blaze, a large red
date for the Public Works us begin by saying that it was I Fred attends the Law School at flag on an F4U Corsair. Within
was erroneously reported while he was one of Father Flan- the U. of Florida. ,,70 seconds after the alarm, every -
_., .e) in last week s col- agan's boys at Boys Town, Nebraska i :" I THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: one of the 42 NARTU fire
The dance is not over, folks, that he was of such esteemed Genius is one per cent inspirationand bottles and other fire fighting
ho buy your tickets and come to service.A 99 per cent perspiration" I I i equipment was at the scene of
the Mayflower Hotel at 9 P. M., graduate of the famous Boys i Thomas A. Edison. : the "fire". The drill was conducted -
on October 21 There will be Town at Omaha Neb., Yeoman ------- ----.- under the watchful eye; of Cap-
things going on that you won'twant Messer also attended Dr. Brown's "Jane: "I want a shorter skirt tain Frederic W. Priestman, com-
to miss. Laboratory, Inc., in 1948 but decided than you showed me." manding officer of NARTU and
that he was better suited Clerk: "Have you tried the collar assistant fire chief A. M. Evansof
Local Association for clerical work and joined the department?" NAS fire department.
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Navy as a Yeoman striker.
Dance
Sets Barn
,A Barn Dance for local ,Quar- ,r The Boys yeoman's Town school alumnus and attended is THEATRE GUIDE

tl'rroeriand Leadingmen Association .
:,
of personnel rec-
and will be now in charge
members guests MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
re-enlistments and discharges
ords
held !Oct.. 28 from 2100 to 0100 ,
I I in the Personnel office of THURSDAY, OCT. 20
1 at Post,137 American Legion Hall ,'his squadron. MASKED RAIDERS, Featuring Tim Holt and Richard Martin.
: Avenue and LakeShore -
atl San"Juan
I I .While serving with VF-43 of FRIDAY, OCT. 21
Boulevard it has been announced
: ,
I I Halifax, Nova Scotia, where in SATURDAY OCT. 22
Music'president.'will be furnished byMilo' the company of British and American I MARRIED A COMMUNIST, Featuring Robert Ryan and Lor-

Jones and his orchestra, i I I forces he observed the BiCentennial mine Day. SUNDAY, OCT. 23
celebration there.
with music provided both for THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIFE, Featuring Fredric March and
round and square dancing. Enter I: While on the cruise to Halifax he
tainment committee chairman had a chat with Admiral William Myrna Loy. MONDAY OCT. 24
Hart has requested that I H. P. Bland yy, Commander-in- ,
Atlantic Fleet. BORDER INCIDENT, Featuring George Montgomery and Rkardo-.
Chief of the U. S. .
.arliE. nts dress in keeping
Montalban.)
occasion. Uniform for "It gave me a great thrill to be } r
." ... TUESDAY, OCT. WEDNESDAY OCT. 26
I with
able to speak personally n YrA
the evening is calico for the ladies ;
Ms.rseLanza.
Katherine and *
l THAT MIDNIGHT KISS, Featuring Grayson
and overalls or dungareesfor such a high ranking Naval, officer I I
.
SEAMAN JAMES MESSER
the men. jemaiktd: Seaman Messer. I
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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 20 October 1949 '"



Jax Navy Meets Chatham Field Sunday I



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READY FOR CHATHAM-Fighting to get
Opponents From Georgia Boast back into the win column after two straight

losses, Jax Navy's grldders are prepared to .' aflt
shoot the works against Chatham Field Sunday e <
afternoon at the Gator Bowl. At one of the ? Y 2J
Of Beefy Line Fast Backfield halfback spots will ,be speedy John Penyak,

left and at end will be Jack Duncan, right, < .
both of whose work In past games has beenoutstanding
With their record now even at two wins and two losses .
:
following: the 1 t-0 defeat at Cherry Point last week-end, the I ,. ,-,.
Jax-Navy footballers will play their first afternoon home ",,.. "'" c.' S 4

game in the Gator Bowl this coming Sunday against a Chatham "
.
Air :Force. eleven l fr
Two top backfield men will be II
missing from Coach Don 'Jacka's I ning attack. '0> !
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eleven when the locals struggle I Four big husky linemen boost ", :' ..... 1 3 tZk 't:...
the Chatham line well the "
against the Airmen Sunday. over : ,
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Bama Hutchinson, who completed 200 pound mark, and make it one ;"
16 aerials for 207 yards and of the brawniest service forward 'I ': -i; ':'l.y: ,.
picked up 38 yards rushing in walls in the Southeast. The quar- ,
the first three encounters _Jhis tet of junior giants are Jerry ::.;6 '+Rf :
season, has played his last foot- Whittaker, 240 pound pivotman; ; ..
ball for NAS, at least this year. Enrique Avaloz, 210 pound guard;
The big 190 pound quarterback 'Ed Robinson, 210 pound tackle; f .
from Bessemer, Alabama, han- and nig 2 pound tackle Charley ) ,I
"\ chores Jackson. I
dled the sig al-calling ,!
for Jax-Navy in 1948, and it finally With. Hutchinson and Hulseyout ": ,,,* '!
k ,,::
took a badly injured shoulder t' t'
of Jax-Navy's lineup, Chet "" .
,
tji at Cherry Point to put him Kimball, Ben' Adams, and Marty I- iJ. \: (""

out of the game. Bandler will be called on to do ; ;;>!
Bill Hulsey who is still nurs- most of the passing. Bandler connected r \i'

ing an injury to his right shoul- with a pair of short_ aerials '. ..; l i : } ;
der which he received severalweeks .t
I in last week fray besides $I> "Le 'I
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handle some 01 .
ago may picking up 22 yards rushing. | ""
the as he did last Sun- ; 1' *'
punting Busses to transport Naval per- ,* t. Q
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but isn't expected to startat i
day, sonnel to the football game will .:
the left halfback post. leave the Mainside Lounge I ,>":,.. ''i'I'

A major change in the new Building 955, at 1300 Sunday afternoon 'I
lineup this week-end will find '
General Admission ducats -
r No. 1 ground gainer.John Penyak are priced at $1.20 per adult,
starting at right half. Penyak, a I and 50 cents for children, tax in-
., speedy 160 pounder, has ..collected cluded.
208 yards rushing in carryingthe Probable starting lineups: \' -
pigskin only 22 times in the .J.Vtvr P"a-; ('halham
four games'played.. Valalll LE Nettles Pendergras Cops
Suffer Second "
Bond 'LT Robinson I Locals Straight
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Opponents Heavy Davoll LG Reynolds
The Chatham eleven is coached Buonaaliftl C Whittaker Sheet B Laurels

by Captain Marion Felts, a Roskoskl Acurt RT RO Jackson Avaloz I Ken Pendergras, NARTU skeet- I As Cherry Point Wins 14-0 TiIt'J

former Georgia University grid- i Marr MeNeat RK Mueller Rulain man, captured Class B honors Inthe
der. Forty huskies are expected QB Capitol Gun Club skeet shoot '
make the here this week- Bandler LH Sauer football combine fell before another strong Marine
to trip Penyak RH Van Wafer at Columbia, S. C., last week-end Jax-Navy's
end. Roger Mueller, 190 pound jSchaia i'B Nelson with a 97 tally Jax-Navy's two eleven last Saturday afternoon at Cherry Point, )N. C., when the -
the Air Force Point leathernecks turned blocked kick and a fumble into ,
signal-caller on I -xCivilians teams shot it out for first and second Cherry a
\ combine, will handle most of the 1. Set For place honors in 'the service division two scores to, sink the local squad 14-0. The loss balances the slate I,
passing chores in Sunday's fray I; of the annual affair. Pen- for NAS at two won and two lost. .I;
with two other powerful backs, dergras tied for first, then took The Marines weakened the locals I YARDSTICK-- ---- '.gip;j+}

Eugene Nelson and David Sauers, ': Golf Title Tourney the shoot off with a 24x25 score. in the first quarter when I".. Navy Cherry !'.i.t! ..+).g
both weighing 175 pounds, expected 7 First Down 10 .
Although other service NAS ace signal-caller 'Bama .
Plans have been for aggregations I
to spark the Chatham run- | completed ,1M Net yardage gained rushing 12:1 n"
the annual civilian golf cham- I were expected to enter the Hutchinson was: injured after re- 28 Net yardage gained panning 7I ;,
1 I' pionship tournament to be playedat meet, they failed to put in an appearance turning a kick-off 20 yards. Run i I 9 Forward passes attempted 7
and NAS Jax took first ning from both the "T" and sin- | 3 Forward c PHSKM completed 1
Marchel Cards 80 the NAS golf course with "
I .4t Average yardage of punt :32
place with a 474 tally while the gle wing formations, the Marines
qualifying rounds set to begin i SO Vaidaee 'penalties 70 i iI
Monday NARTU Jax club registered a runnerup gained consistently from time toI .1 Number Aft fumble 2 :,. ,
To Pace Chiefs I I I and scored the first 2 Own fumble recovered 0
score of 464 out of a time in period -
Any civilian employee of NASis pos- I
i 1 Fumble recovered by opponent 2 :::1I
then struck dirt againin
eligible to enter the meet. A :|sible 500 clay birds. |I pay .--- .
Leo Marchel carded a low grossof Wayne Eddington. another Jax- the final stanza. I tooK downs. .-"t'I ...
Satur- green fee of $1.00 will be chargedfor over on .
last
80 on thelocallinka honors in the the tournament, payable by i|: Navy triggerman who shoots for i t' Jax kicked off to open the I A Jax fumble early In the final
day to cop top | each participant at the golf the NAS squad, took runner-up game and failing to pick up i stanza gave the Marines the oval oJ;
monthly Chief Petty Officers' golf course. Golfer desiring to enter I' laurels in the Class A division with enough yardage for a first down, ,I on Navy's 39, and with Joe Shep- .:",
tournament. '! the meet can contact the Em- I| a 97 tally. I I the Marines punted to Navy'stwelve. i hard and Joe Bond lugging the
Charley Miller took the "kicker" i ployees Service Operations Industrial 1 I The local bird-busters will re- Jax-Navy picked up five I I pigskin, the Pointers moved to .
prize with a net of 79 while Guido Relations department, turn to action Sunday when they I, on the first play with Gus Kin- Jax-Navy's 6. After three unsuccessful "
Ruscetta unleashed his driving building 450 or can apply at the fire for honors in the annual Jack- near carrying the mail, but was: attempts to score. Shepherd
power to send the ball 290 yards golf club house.Qualifying i sonville Gun Club Open skeet shoot halted on the Navy 17 and Chet '. slipped around left end for 7
for the longest slam of the day. rounds will be play- ,''on the city club's firing range. Kimball punted to his own 35'' the second TD of the game. Kape- J

Bob Cantin came within six ed from Oct. 24 to Oct. 29, with ;i Other scores registered In the against a strong headwind. :. lewski made good his second conversion .
feet of the pin on short hole No. the first competitive round to be South Carolina shoot are as follows -, Score In First i I and the Marines led 14-0. ,
I Ben Adams, local blockingback
and Bill Shoalts registered the held November 5. : .
12, on Saturday who handled most of the i With Marty Dandier doing (
least number of putts, 24. The Flights and parings will dependon NAS Sax Cene Vainer, 98; signal-calling on offense, inter- some heat passing, the locals .,
longest putt was sunk by John the results of qualifyingscores. Wayne Eddington, 97; Bill Arthur, CP aerial the Navy threatened to score again late in '<.
cepted a on
Zwatschka on the eighteenth hole 95; Herb Pistole, 93; Nick 25, but a fumble on the next'play I' the final period, but another pen ,
when he dropped in a 28fooer. -x- I no, 91. recovered by Cherry Point. alty foiled them and Bandler I -".
Don Councel took the booby prize\ : CPO: I suppose you wish n I I NARTU Jax, Bill Galllta-I; The was Pointers then 'Opened a I booted to the Marine 26-yard line N:,
for the most number of putts witha were dead so you could spit on my Ken Pendergraa, 97; Chuck strong rushing attack and moved 'seconds before the game ended. :"-,
42 totalFasron grave ? i,,92; Mack McElroy, 91; Bandler the local eleven,
the ball to Navy's 10 where Marine paced
--_ _- S2C: No, not me-I hate to'i I'1 cade* 86. Kin-I signal-caller Bill Edwards !i in yardage with 23 yards gained

Six Heads stand in line. Class AA division. tossed a TD aerial to tailback Joe I rushing, but Marine Joe Shep- ',
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,k Bond for six points. Tony Kape-nard i I stole the show by pickingup
-: < lewski made the conversion good 60 yards for the winners. John ;-, .;

Grid ,, and the Marines took a 7-0 lead. '[ Penyak of Navy collected 20 "_ ,"'
Touch
Loop The second period developed I yards on the ground while Kin- .
into a see-saw affair between the near, Kimball and Adam<< did .'
2 VictoriesThree two 25-yard stripes. Speedy John II i I their share of the ground-gaining. .-
With
;Sr. Penyak, Navy's ace right half, I Hutchinson suffered the only ,,
ripped off a 15-yard gain around,; serious injury of the tilt, but the
touch football aggregations ': left end for the longest sprint of i j hurt shoulder will keep him out -',
remain undefeated after two the quarter. Bill Hulsey, local 1 of the lineup for the remainder ;:f fof .
weeks of play In the Station intramural tailback who received a shoulder i the season. <
j I
with FASron Six leadIng .
loop injury several weeks ago, saw i ----- ,'.
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the field with two victories and very little action because of the I NAS Tigers Meet
nary a defeat. Dispensary and hurt, but averaged 52 yards on I I
VF-133 Enlisted are the other two : ; two beautiful punts in the second Jax Aristocrats
undefeated sevens with a victory stanza. I I The NAS-Tiger football combine

'apiece. Jax held an edge over the Marines !1 I| will be shooting for, its initial
R-l Division is pacing the l leaders in the third Quarter as they tory of the season Saturday Vir
with a two win and one loss never let the CP eleven cross the it meets an Aristocrat eleven .;,
elate.while Overhaul and Repair Is '7 iV 'E4/ twin stripe once and threatened i i Jacksonville. The locals have suffered '.

even with Hospital, each boastingan to score for the first time in the'' defeats at the hands or Albany !,
even record of one win and one tussle. A penalty, however, set I State College and the Pen.
setback. them back when they were within sacola Giants to date, but loom as
The other two teams entered in 12 yards of pay dirt, and CP favorites over the Aristocrats.
and .... .. ...
the loop, VF-133 Officers ----- ----- -- --- -- --- ----
NARTU, have still to gain a triumph ,
having dropped two in a :
f Radio Grid
Log
row.Ace Woolbright, Physical Training .',i
official of the Intramural "
in charge -
More thrills are in store for local grid fans with sonic 'ot'
announced that
program the nation's top collegiate frays brought to listeners this'SaU :"
the competition this year is some "
urday by Jacksonville radio stations. "''"iM ; ,'
,,
of the best ever seen on the NAS 1 f
touch; prc-jfram. Moat: of the tins Heading the list is the Minnesota-Michigan tilt, ..whit- a
completed are cl'Sf'! and bitt-rly I other top-notchers are Penn vs. Navy and Columbia v..., Anny.WJAX .

contested: frays. FASrori'a 19-18 2 -(NBC) (930))-Minnesota vs. Michigan' .at" rln
triumph O'/er R-l Monday was Mieof I r'I Arbor, Mich. Time 1:45.: 4Fi89|$$ a
the jnost outsh.n<'ing tussles! ; WJHP-MBS) (1320)-Columbia vs. Army. Time 1:45.: :. '

seen on the Mat Area for the past: ;: ; WPDQ-ABC( ) (GOO)-Navy vs. Penn at Phila. Penn. 1:45.:
several yea is. I ; High School

Today, Hospital meets NARTUon ,:,. }1 Pen sacola vs. Jackson High. Over WPDQ. 7:55: p. m. Sat
the Mat Area field at 1530 i : _., .....
.. ...:':. urday.ReCreation
with other games for the coming I of Landon-Chattanooga High game by WMQR
week listed a.1 follows: HEAP BIG CUP-There's plenty of room in this huge bowl for
'over 1TM at 8 p. m. and AM at 10:00: p. m. Thursday night,
O&R v.. VF-133 ; whatever its owner Gene Varner wishes to stash away in it. Var- PROFESSIONAL.

day, VF-133 Officers vs. MondaY'1; ner acquired the cup Officially known ax the Thompson Memorial Chicago Bears vs N. Y. Giants. WPDQ. 3:30: p. m. Sundiy.I y
next Wednesday, "' Trophy for copping th
Hospital. meet at.Augusta, Ga.










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