Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 1949
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Basketballers Open Campaign Next Tuesday

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VOL. 7-No. 34 J ,ate.e 1 December 1949

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

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fi Advance_ Party Of

s New Units Here( '

Q pt.aioe : 6 Fleet Air Jax Squadrons


x : Complete DecommissioningTransfer

of the new units due aboard the Naval Air

Station in the reshuffle of Navy forces which resulted in

f'I Fleet Air Jacksonville's loss of two Air Groups, began taking:
; shape with the arrival last week of an advanced detachmentof

55 5 !t ,. some 10 men who will set the administrative wheels turn-

.5 ing in preparation for the arrival of the remaining contingents

c.. .: around the first of February.
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early contingent of depen-
t dents of Fleet Air Wing Elevenhas I with them the newest type of
I 1 e also been flown here from Navy patrol plane, the P2V3, a
Puerto Rico in the Navy's large heavy patrol bomber which played -
transport ship 'Constitution". an important part in the
They are being housed in one of Navv's demonstration of aircraftin

__________mm.n....... __ the station's barracks pending late September. Largest planeever
to take off the
of suitable deck of A
"KONGO" CAST FETI.n-1t: was a special night of honor for the members of the cast and director arrangements living carrier, the P2V-3 Lockheed Neptune -
of the three act play "KonsV at the Forest Inn night club last Wednesday evt'nlngThe: cast, quarters. is an improvement of the 1
along with director Mrs. Kobel White is shown here "takingbows" after receiving congratulationsfor Select personnel of the units "Truculent Turtle" which set the
a magnificent performance. Left to right, front row, are Jack Byron (\\at t>), Conidr. Joseph ttansternng here, which include world non-stop distance recordof
Weaver (Kirk), Capt. Frank T. Ward, USn1lnt:\ ( ), Wilda Rae Farber ((1.1'1 Mini), Capt. Louis Daze, Fleet Air Wing Eleven, Fleet Air 11.236 miles in 194t
USMC! (Dr. Kingsland), Grace Miles (Annie), Comdr. Lynn Kodenbarger, (Zoombie), Mrs. Isobel Service Squadron 109, VP3 and -- x----
White (play director), and Lt. Raymond D. Lygo, R.N. ( Whippy), who acknowledges: his honors witha VP5 have set up an office in han-
few lines from the play. Partly obscured, in the back row. are left to right, Mary Bess llalley gar 140. The new units which are Reserve Officers
(!Mrs. :Mowbray), Frank Barr, A.MC: (Choloman), Comdr.. Davis Henderson (Kreggl, and l.l. (j jg) expected to arive here the first of
Dan Roach (Fuzzy), February of next year will total
640 officers and men They were Close 10-Week
formerly based at San Juan, Puerto -
1O- uHolida Ini'o and Coco Sola Canal
y Respite Has Your I. D. been Zone,de-activated.where Navy bases have Supply School

Card Expired?
Leaving This Week
Thntv reserve officers from
For Overhoulli Repair The check for enlisted men's Decommissioning of some three Naval districts have concluded
here will be
I L D. Cards, which explains the I squadrons completed a two week trclininll'OUrSl' !
this week, with
traffic jam at the :station gates i personnel being for Reserve Supply Corp
Employees of the Overhaul] and Repair; department at the past few days, is now in assigned to posts from Argentiato officers conducted here at the: Naval -

the Naval Air Station will observe an 18 c-aleniiar-day shutdown progress. tour Key of duty West.here Completing this week their are Air Station.

over the Christmas holidays, beginning Dec. ]T; and Personnel whose I. D. cards Fighter Squadron 82, of Air Conducted from Nov. 6 to 19th
lasting through Jan. :3. i it officially announced have expired are warned to Group Eight, and 132 and 133 of bv Lt. Woodall and his assistantLt.
was yesterday.
::. : obtain new ones All I O. cards Air 13 Attack ( i ig) J. M. Jones, the travel
1 ne snuiaown period win per- :should be necked for expiration Group ; squadrons ing school ill a branch of the Navy
mit adequate time to effect a 1 accrued annual leave will not bo dates to avoid undue 84 and 83 of An Group Eight and Corps School, Bayonne.
embarrassment Supply
Attic k 135
squadron of Air
complete overhaul of equipmentand required to take the long respite Group N. J. The session held here was
13. The rest will be decommissioned
plant facilities, according to -
but will remain aboard to the tenth such course conductedby
officials assist the maintenance crew in Land Mines LectureSet in February. the traveling school since its
Employees who lack sufficient carrying out plant duties.A I Fleet Air Wing Eleven one of inception.
maintenance crew will be on For December 7 the new! units coming here, is The course, which has proved ,
duty to plant facilities and commanded by Capt. George C. to be a very effective and economical
Cast Of "Kongo"Feted install new repair equipment: requiredfor Naval personnel, reserve offi Montgomery and is composed of method of training reserve
cers and National Guard members a service squadron and two patrol officers, included I
efficient operations.. The ma- general resume -
have been extended an inVItatIOn *q uadrons. FASron ]109 is
of supply and
overhaul of R4D, F4U4 and disbursing
At jor
Special to attend the lecture and
FCLD aircraft engines and R-2800 commanded by Comdr. F. T. Butlets subjects with emphasis on the
illustration of land '
mines conducted and
of 12 officers
is composed
new developments the end
engines, however, will be sus by the Third Army at the and about 120 enlisted men. I of the war. The since covered
I Informal AffairMembers pended. activities Emergency will service be continued to operating John Gorrre Junior high school The patrol squadrons bring' (Continued on session Page 3)
next Wednesday Dec. 7 at 2000.
of the cast of the at all times during the shut- The lecture by a team from the -
three-act play "Kongo" which was down. Third Army headquarters in Atlanta Glen Gray's Casa Loma Band
presented in a five day run from The 18-day respite from work will include installation, detection -
Nov. 17 through Nov. 21, along of the Overhaul and Repair workers and removal of land minesas
with Mrs. Isobel White, directorof plus the annual planned vacation well as: the latest developmentsand Coming Here Dec. 1112Glen V
the play, had their "night" asthey periods of military personnel pertinent characteristics, according -
were honored at an informal will bring activity aboardthe to Lt, Col Anthony Tar- Gray and his nationally I 1- --
gathering last Wednesday at the station to a minimum duringthe antino, of the Florida Military popular Casa Loma orchestra is at the Naval Air Station, Sunday
Forest Inn. Christmas holidays District, sponsor of the affair. scheduled for a two night stand Dec, 11 and Monday, Dec. 12,
Also in on the festivities which playing for the officers at the Of-
S put a fitting climax: to the NAS a\ N .e ficers' Club the first evening and
welfare-sponsored stage play \ T performing for the enlisted danceat I
were members of the executive Mamside auditorium the fol
board of the play, committee lowing evening. I
chairman and guests. Long known for smooth, sophis- -'
As master of ceremonies Comdr K ticated dance rhythms, Glen
Porter F. Bedell. NAS Executive Gray's Casa Loma orchestra i H
OffICer, congratulated the cast for r. the top dance attraction t<> appear -
its fine performance, expressed at NAS this year. His appearance -
gratitude for the fine work of the here Dec. 11 end Dec
committeemen, and paid tributeto 12 is expected to draw one of the
Mrs. White, director of the f h z largest dancing crowds in many
play. tl moons.

Mrs. White, whose ability in directing .d Glen Gray and the Casa L<>nn
the play has won the I orchestra, featuring the exquisite
praise of many, was presented t musical patterns that have earn-
with a'souvenir scrap book containing 7 : ed them widespread acclaim, will(
a' complete pictorial and bring a repertoire of popular
clipping record of the production S. tunes the ever-standard melodies,
which helped to swell the NAS :
5 j plus an array of danceable old-
recreation fund, used to, support 5 : ; time tunes
health and moral building activities .1 < ; tis
Led by Glen Gray, the Cast
men aboard the
5 Loma orchestra is distinctive for
station. 4i' 5Y its versatility. First of the lead-
Capt Alvin I Malstrorn, NAS
ing swing bands-three years before -
(Continued on Page<< 2))
Benny Goodman's rise t > '
fame.--the Casa Loma instrumentalists
TB Seals On Sale are noted for their terrific
The annual sale of Tuberculosis change of pace from romantic nil-
Seals is now underway at NAS. \ lads to bounce tunes.
Seals are available at each de- This all-star orchestra coming
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partment where special boxes WINS ACADEMY APPOINTMENT: ] was a happy!> day for Pfe. Richard: E.: C'lapp., Jr.. shown here has: appeared at the leadm;
have been set up for donations. !second from the left, of Marine Air' Kerferve squadron VMF-1U of NAKTU's Marine Air Detach entertainment palaces of the
portion of the proceeds used to went, when he learned that he had won an appointment to the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. A I country and. has been seen In
.A the disease, remain in the few of his wtII-wishers drop In to discus! the entrance exams he must pass next April before he I iuch pictures as "Jam Session"for
while the remainder goes' titters the Academy. Left to right, ate I'fc. Harvey Duke; Clapp; Pvt. Os to the National headquarters Von der Hyde, VMP enlisted training officer, And Pvt. William Damato. fur l1niversal..lnternati'I.llNAS

Two JAX AIR NEWS 1' December 1949' !)




Better Housing Looms For ServicemenBy I WincfTcifk Note.

( Armed Forces Tress Service) fromNIfR7L'tT

The Defense Department recently set up a new housing commission whose purpose

will he to eliminate "disgraceful living conditions" among military personnel. Secretary of

Defense Johnson said the purpose of the commission is to work out housing plans to enable ..

] Armed Forces personnel to live "normal family lives." I -.IJ-

Unification of the Armed ForcesJUOVt'8 -- ------ AU hands of NARTU thoroughly I three sports at the University ol

a step closer in Washington Coast Guard Headquarters ;|:Mississippi river and ---I I enjoyed operating on a Holiday I Florida and coached basketball at

where the familiar brassard of studying a plan which, if adopted, Ohio and Potomac. ." I routine Thanksgiving; week, 1 Bolles school before he enteredthe
the "MP" and the "SP" soon will I would result in changing pay days The Organized squadrons ol service?
dUwppear In their place be for CG personnel to the ftth and of -
may Coat, jacket and troupers I "Weekend Warriors" were excused
an arm band with the designation ,,20th of each month. At the present -' the new Air Force Shade 84 from drill last Saturday and

"ASPD" the initials of the time personnel are normally Sunday, so one of those rare Classified
Aimed Forces Police the 1st and 16th of each blue uniform will be considered _
Department.The paid on a weekend off, befell the
controlled term an will lie made gems ; '
new arm band is now being month. men of NARTU.By j"t. .
designed. The new organization ise'xpeted available to Exchanges for !sale Bulletin
In an outline! In AF Letter 67-41, far the most popular form "L: .I .
to start operating i Coordinated travel of dependents of relaxation indulged by the l
September 21, 1949. All other O(
about two months. WANT AI!S FOR THE: ('r.ACCIfED'4!;; > j
with Service! is NARTU "Stationkeepers" was
personnel now '
Items will be procured and
HI'I.I.KTI.N: w 11.1. H): ACtKI'TKI IIY";
Th announced authorized to the Philippine) Is. stocked by Exchange in the fishing. Many trips were takento rilOMMi ..XT. tit, WHICH "'As1"-1 ,
Army recently lands, the Army and Air Force normal manner, except overcoats the "favorite fishing hole", rKKtlOl'SI.Y: : EXT, U3. :. \ .
plans for construction of 76O fam-
have announced) The new forecasts I (everyone seems to have a better .
which Mill he procured on .' .
SAI.KWasher ,
ily housing' units bringing to a FOR : ;
of delay in oversea- movementof one than the next man.)
total of P.410 the number, of quarters I a nuule-to-meajiur haftis, and Easy. $85. Lt. Foss. 514.1 Attle.boro .
already slated to be built un- dependents are contained in I Mill not be stocked Exchanger I The west coast of Florida was Ave. Ph. 8-6250 or ext. 8164.
SR-756-6 AFK 75-23. invaded by at least eight NARTU Cement block house on 2' acre waterfront
1T the provisions of the Wherry
D. L. Brown, 6245 Ortega
Att. j The Army will launch a safe nimrods. One good trip to the Farms Bind

U'" going to cost servicemen a driving campaign: in all commands Fenholloway River saw Lt. Col. Palace Royal '47 model house trailer,

.li..tf'l: I men being tried by gen- little more if they plan to travel ; for personnel who operate private I Freeman Williams, M-Sgt. Fred awnings$500 down., refrlgldalre.Hutchinson.Butane Ph. 2-3775.}1950! .

'nil l court martial in the European by train on furloughs or )leaves In ly-owned civilian vehicles. In announcing I Johns, T-Sgt. Donald Johnson and 5 Collie puppies. Sable & white" AKCrrRls.
Command have asked for other enlisted the eastern United States. A 12.5 I[, the safety drive, the Army : Ed Page, YN2, bring back over 6 wks." old. Miss Jeter Rt. 2, ." ,
men to sit as members of per cent increase in railroad passenger pointed out that military drivers 50 speckled trout. A few miles up Box 2438. l h. :50J12.
3 bdrm. home Lakeshore Lt.Callun .
the court in only seven per cent c-f : fates has been authorizedby operating military vehicles the west coast, was another par- : 1747 Seta near Circle west In.: '

the cases tried a recent report has the Interstate Commerce Commission have a safety record unexcelled in ty. T-Sgt.: James Jackson S-Sgt. 8-4773.
ive&led. In the area east of the the nation. Frank Saxon S-Sgt. James Weeks 2 bdrm. house. $B50 down. Collins Rd.
__ ___ I and Lt. (j jg) Frank Coughlan were First paved street south NAS turn

i really pulling the trout out of the '40 right" Ponllac 5ih: house 6 sedan on,rlg Dod.ion ht. 1211 B.

coca[ Luke To BecomeFishernuin's Tennis Club Plans ( Iconfeny River. Their catch in- Hancock St. Ext. 5r>6.
cluded 67 speckled trout, 3 red Used portable elec. phonograph Ith 30
: sea bass and about 20 other I popular records. Value 149 50. Will
HeavyToughCardPossibility sell for $.15. Speer. Ph. 8-3256: Jax.:
I smaller fish of various types. I Washing machine. $20. E. Hubtaid.
This group ran into a school of I 1112 Dyal St. Ph. 3-O516-J.
Paradise of a heavy array of specs that saw over 50 fish ladles diamond ring over 1/3 karot avid
college and service teams as tennis I boated within an hour. That's one I i I 2 Ph.IK-9-0078.side diamonds. Sacrifice Hill
for the NAS tennis
opponents hour that will never be forgottenby ':38 Oldsmobile $100 cash KlnRsbmy,
squad was discussed at a meeting: I 1281 Cumberland Rd. Ph. 2-3NM I.
C:f lInda Lake known to some any of these men. I
number would 'of the 1949 tennis club Tuesday. Mat Malic Automatic Iron. $.'>. Remlnfr
of the Naval Air Station'sH'tnic pretty high.
as use; I The Marines of NARTU were I ton .shaver $5. Plocher ADC, Hangar
sights but remembered as However when the new projectis j In order to present formidable really busy. As soon as Col. 123.'Front.
hazard by golfers who play the completed, there will be more opposition to the planned heavy I Williams and T-Sgt. Jackson re- end Chevrolet. 2 wheels ties. A
Jotal links will be turned into fish pulled out bv local "IsaacWaltons" schedule it was deemed necessary turned from their fishing, they I tubes Suitable for boat trailer 120.
Rhodes Ph. 9-6132 after 1630.
recreational fish pond, if present than golf balls. that players meet at least twice a hit the road to Georgia for some House with garage Ortega Ricer.Ten..

plans, being worked out by I Before restocking the lake with week to prepare for the season. bird hunting. Col. Williams visited I nlng, Ortega Faims Blvd. Ph. Mf! <>.

the Public Works department and bass and bream. Howard Biss- Personnel with court experienceare Capt. Roy Dasher, of Squadron i '41 Col.Chrysler Williams.: I coupe Kxt. Orlg.T28 or owner 8235. Lt.

Mosquito Control Unit No. 1. are. land of the U. S. Soil and Con- welcome to try out for the VMF-144, in Hahira Geor- Gas Icebox elec box gas lange 2 pas
cttiried out. servation Service in Orlando who squad. Practice days are to be : gia and bagged a limit of quail water heaters 160 gal. 6 130: Jill I. 2
The reclamation project will has been aboard the station the announced later. | both days of their hunt. S-Sgt. .I wet boxes, chow case, 3 Home gal, coffee
urn. Coward. Ph. 8202. 24703.
Move; a real benefit to Navy personnel I past several days consulting with | Squad members present at the Jackson visited his brotherinlaw Sir. wood chairs ;.16' tables

; who fancy themselves as officials, has advised clearing meeting were Comdr. George E. in Kite Georgia and was '38\ Buick Sedan special Mrs. Gaidner. -
experts with rod and reel. away most of the plant growthnow Chalmers Lcdr. Bill Elliot, Lt. '! equally lucky. 2779 .So. Woodmere. Ph. <-14Bf.,
'Mink Russian Marmot fur Ollt.I .
dyed (
Constructed long before the smothering fish life. John Crocker, Lt. Leonard Curtis, I Ij Clovis Canterbury, NARTU New style, medium size $5(10 coat

Navy took over this area as a permanent Also included in the reclamation j Chief Bill Willis and Owen Williams leading (chief went on a mixed.I for $2i*. Mrs. Roger Ph. 2-302,

installation the lakecovers project, which has the full ADY.Kongo. hunting and fishing expedition to Champ. 4 hp 39 lb. outboard motor, 15.
his Good J '
about 10 and is fed running as new. <)
acres of NAS ----- Hawthorne Florida." His bag was I
support commanding ner. P. W. trouble desk Ext. 325.
l>y artesian well and surface cer Capt. Alvin I. Malstrom, are I filled with 6 quail, 2 squirrels ..3 hdrm. home A 2 bdrm. furn. home
drainage. The dam was rebuilt beautification plans which call Cast 4 large black bass. I I $50 mo. on 5 I acres land. JlO.ViO! total.

by Public Works several :years for a row of citrus trees to give Seymour "Flash" Van Toole, I 2-30X6.Mrs Johnson Rt. 4, Box :575 D. I h.

JlfU. the area that "Florida look". I (Continued from Page 1)) AFI, and Eldean Rowell YN3. New baby carriage. Bathlndte.I J25.Turcotte. .
As it is now the lake, which --- -- X---- I enjoyed a days fishing in the bldg. 801 F. Ext. 675.
lit s between; number 1 and two -- Commanding Officer on behalf Indian River at St. Augustine Reconditioned washing" machine. $\'\.
holes and borders number three KNot New of the station, presented to Mrs. I Their catch included 15 whiting I I 82548.Mrs. George 1167 Scotten Rd. Fh.

on the local golf course, contains Nuggets | I White a large silver platter engraved 5 blues and one flying fish. I Man's dread blue suit. Glee 38.Vc>ifl
more golf balls than it does fish. i with the autographs of the I Chief Ernest Kehrt is all excited I twice. $13.SO.! Griffith 1269 Cumltrl
Babit's cold outside; cast. Grace Miles and Lt. Raymond i I land Rd. Ph. 84239.
There has been estimate -
never :
any I Time for woolens on the hide. ; I Lygo members of the cast because Bill Holland, winner FHA approved lot 60 ft. X M ft. E.
made of the number of balls We have sweaters coats and I of the 500 mile race at I 54th St. $:; fished out of the pond. but the' skirt or two. a also received gifts. i Indianapolis this year and other arranged Wood 2370 3rd A\... f n-
I Each member of the ext. 317.
was I II drivers
big name race are coming
Keep snug and warm from I FOR KKNT
t I your Not New. I individually honored for his and ''I through Jacksonville) on their Will share 6 rm. home with couple *r
y Y We've Christmas pretties for her fine performance in the play, way to Tampa where they will I Kills. AntiDl'c.\ 1. (50 month. >'u lt,
3145 10: nest St. Ph. 8-1614.
which has been described as a race next weekend. Kehrt used to
your tree I 2 rm, turn, apt pvt. bath &: tntr.
For the price of one take twoor "tremendous financial success, I work in pit crews at these big Stetson 2741 St. Johns Ave
three. The "Kongo" cast included Capt. auto races and has many friends 3 rm. fum, apt. Pvt. bath & entr. JM

The Not New Thrift Shop, located Frank T. Ward, USN; Comdr.I! among the "lead foot" fraternity.George mo.or O Graham& R shop, :5221 3375.\\tsconnett Bun d-

in the Hobby Shop, open Davis Henderson; Comdr. Joseph I Messer, AE2, and his 3 rm. Turn "pl. $45 mo. M.... Crny.
Thursdays 1000 to 1400. Weaver; Comdr. Lynn H. Roden- wife are eagerly awaiting the arrival 4502 n'lnltton Ave.
__._ __ u ] berger; Lt. Raymond D. Lygo, of their first child, which Furn house. Mrs. Doonan, 471? Ramona -
Blvd Ph. 2-73Z1.
As the doorman ran down to Royal Navy; Capt. Louis R. Daze I should be born before this reaches 2 bdrm. furn. house 4506 Wheeler Ave,
Visit the USO Servicemen'sClub open the limousine door, he trip USMC; Lt. (jg) Dan Roach; print. $75 mo. Connor. Ph. 2-0259.
above the Beach and AirBase ped and rolled down the last four William Ferro YN; Frank L. Many divots were dug out of 6 rm. bungalow) furn. $90 mo. Gaiatt

Bus Station. Open from 0930 steps. I Barr, AMC; John Byron, Grace the station golf course over the Combined apt. $85: mo.apt Harris for 2. Bdrm.Ph 2-5224.and llvlr.f

1 In> 2330 daily. "For heaven's sake, be careful" Miles, Wilda Rae Farber, and holidays. Biggest offenders were: rm. Mrs Hlntze, 560 lx>max.
Thuid v. Dec 1. Bowling.Ktlria.v cried the club manager "they'll Mary Bess Halley. Lt. Jack Hestilow, Lt. (jg) George Bdrm. In lovely home near river Mr*.

I ilnfrft I and Dec prizes.Saturday. 2. .Bunco puil.i 2M* think you're a member." I -x- Spooner, Lt. (jg) Frank Coghlan, I, Efficiency Hlntze. 560 apt.Lomax Mrs St.Harrison 331: $

Dec. 3. Dance. )Navy' Band and Jack Piva, AD2. i i Oak St. Ph 8-M81.!
Uiylnp. ChiefRetires CDR Jack Barleon, NARTU' Share 7 I m. home. Mn. Kasterllnf,
Sunday. Dec. 4. Stock car race W45.Titiixtportatlon Cecil Field I Exec., put his racing runabout I 349 Woodlawn Ave. Ph. 7-6051.
1 leave club. Waffle sup- 3 rm. upper rear apt. Cundlff, tftCollege
into 'water for the first time this St.

T.Monday.. Dec. :5 I. Skating 1JI30. season. This beautiful little speedster Room. Mrs. Wreath 2683 Oieen St.
Transta.riation dub In club- After 20 Years Service that he has worked on so Ph. 7-5125.
Trlt: vlnton. Know Il-alt d'n rwoids.TiM4 I t hard for the few months is 2 rm. furn. house; '>(, ml. south of TIm-
past ,
Rd Seaboard Ave Foley, t
>riay. Dec. 6. Dance class. No local uquana on
tlHIKt. i Another Navy enlistedman powered by a 9.7 horsepower Rt. 41. Box 4% D. Ph, 8-1124.
I 'IBizny.
Wuln."dllrJfo<'. 7. Floor nhow. Can. Chief Radioman John J, Evenrude outboard. Comdr. Bar 2 cms. with semi p\t. bath. Rent .s..r.
ilitllnht, club Surprise! till rac'Uon. of Cecil Field has retired' leon had quite an audience as he \nratrly for $60 mo. ft $50 mo. Sirs .
make \oloe recording Nee 1529 Oak St. Ph. 8-6464.
( "ml- earls to
of Christina, greeting to folk at home. from active duty after 20 years churned up and down the St. Murray Hill rm. for 1 or 2 girls. Cone
Still lime to make Christmas girt In | Navy service. Johns. speedometer showed a to NAS and city bus Ph. 2-1606.
cur CHft Shop Snack Bar- food at j Transferring to the Fleet Reserve speed of 27 mph on these first Rm. hot water & bath. $7 per wk, :Man
oat (.'''U''I'l't'nll1! Conduit dub' now that he has put in his | preferred. Parnell 15.16 Laura M.
bulletin board for added iittractloni i trial: runs. The worlds record for I Ph. 6-5884.
and, Kiwlitl ( vents. 20 years, Chief Hizny started his runabouts of this type is 28 mph, II KM';
-- ---. -- -- career in February 1930 when he so he was trully burning up the Wanted Rider between McDuff .r.d .. '
Naval 0730 to
enlisted in West Wyoming, Pa. water. AII'Iollon.! }Hour
1610.( Baldwin };xt, 745.
Jax Air News Since that time he has wanderedfar Lcdr. Ken Eppert, NARTU administrative Infants hoarded In licensed home. Infants -,

editorial" Offices from the coal mines of Pennsylvania assistant kept himself I from 6 mo*. to 5 yrs. $12 wk.j" \
where he first worked. His Powers :2937 Algonquin Ave 'v Pr:
in condition over the holidayperiod .
South Wing, Loner Deck 1 Ph. 2-53K5. '*' &:'- .
Prior to the war he served on the by officiating at two high .-x'n'
9.10Telephone :
niclg.ltl'n"lon-8184 cruisers USS Trenton and Minneapolis school football games. He worked I Father (impressively: : = tit

and served for two years the; Fletcher-Lake city game at I pose I should be taken away sud
askew II. I'Uaey Editor cm the Island of Guam. Duringthe Jax Beach on Wednesday night I denlj', what would become of you'

Mari Mrml.rr. Chrl Va.i.linnr, !SN' ; war he served at Boston in and the Bolles-Daytona Beach I my boy?" 0,'.V
Virginia' it.' er., !>'oAI; llonna t'n- the Radio Transmitting Station .
game at Daytona Beach on Friday I Irreverent Son-"I'd stay here. :
and aboard the cruisers USS Augusta night. Did you know that The question is, what would become '
J'be JAX AIR NEWS 11' published Station j jweekly I I and Los Angeles.In Lcdr. Eppert was a letterman in I of you?"
at the U. S. Naval
his time the
retiring ----
and spare
Jacksonville Florida printed
commercially with nort-approprlotcu Chief is a radio amateur operator.)
funds at no expense to the government being a licensed operator in the s THEATRE GUIDE .
and in compliance with SecNav Circular < merchant marine. lie also dabsin
Letter 45-1918: dated 12 December 1945.Copies : MAlNSIDt AUDITORIUM .
are distributed free of chargeat police fingerprinting and identification .
the Naval Air Station the Naval the latter earning him Movies: Wf'f'luJays-1730 and 2000. Wf't'kf'nds-U30 and 2006.
Air Kenerve Training Unit. Naval Aux. ''. the nickname of "Sam Catchem." THURSDAY, DEC. 1
lllury Air Station. Cecil Field, and the from the comic strip detective i "Challenge to Lassie". starring Edwin Gwenn and Lassie.
U. S. Naval Hospital. Presently; residing in the Lake FRIDAY DEC2:

Shore district in Jacksonville i Chief John IHzny "Free for All". with Bob Cummings and Anne Blyth.
The JAY: AIR NEWS Is a member ol with his wife and two children, !I SATURDAY AND SUNDAY DEC. 3 and 4

the piixluctlon Aimed Forces of material Press Ser from n ice.these Re- Hizny still hasn't decided wheth-i Chief Hizny was honored in his "That For.sythe Woman", featuring Errol Flynn and Greer Garson.
sources must tear a credit line Rtpublication (T to make Jacksonville or Boston departure in a simple ceremonyand MONDAY, DEC. 5
of other matter, except byset his home. He does, however, plan i by a picnic given( in his hon "The Conspirators"! Marring Robert Taylor. IPage
'vlce publications! I I" prohibited JAX without AIR' for his son, John Jr., to follow |I'' or by the communications department TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6th and 7th

NEWS.permission tl Editor jn his footsteps as a Navy man. I of Cecil; } Fit Id. i"Adams Rib", featuring Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn.



-1 December. 1949' JAX' AIR' NEWS Page Three

!A Dleam Come True

Local Marine Reserve Appreciation Is

Wins Expressed By r

Appointment To AnnapolisA NAS CiviliansSincere

dream that he has nursed for appreciation an eve-
8 long time is about to come true Florida. ning well spent has been tenderedto r ;
.. for Pfc. Richard E. Clapp, Jr., a Upon his graduation from the I the commanding officer of the >s
.,..member of Marine Air Reserve Naval Academy at Annapolis, Naval Air Station, Capt. AlvinI. rj9I
squadron VMF-144 of NARTU's young Clapp hopes to receive a !.I Malstrom, by Ralph T. Mos-
:Marine Air Detachment who has |i Marine commission and enter; ley, president of the Employees
won an appointment to the Naval Marine aviation training.x I I Association for the generosity
Academy. I '.extended on the occasion of the i.i i. ,

Clapp was selected as this CPO "Civilian Night" showing of the
year's appointment by Represen- | Project play "Kongo.!' i, :

tative Charles E. Bennett, representative -i In his letter of appreciation, in i

. of this congressional district Now Totals behalf of civilian employees of \.
14 to the House of Represen- the station, Mr. Mosley expressed
t tatives. thanks to the commanding officer >
1 A The young 19-year-old university Over $837Another and NAS for making the Officers'
! student won out over a host Club and 804 Club available to
()f applicants in this area due to I $227.94 has been col-i: employees for the special dinner
which the NEW HOSPITAL OFFICERS'=Now directing the operation of
his scholastic average, fine char- preceded performanceof "
after, and excellent service record lected by Chief 'etty Officers'Club the play during "Civilian the U S. Naval Hospital at NAS is Capt. Dwight J. Wharton, left,
members in their drive to
Night" Nov. 20. who has taken over as commanding officer of the Hospital relievelag 1
with VMF144. Since his enlistment -
purchase television sets for the
in the Marine Air Reserves I In part the letter stated "I am Capt. C. M. Shaar. Capt. Guy E. Stahr, right, who replaced
nine orphanages and homes for the '
Capt. C. M. Dumbauld is
in December 1947, Clapp has underprivileged bringing the very pleased to advise you of the the new Hospital Executive Officer.
maintained an attendance record total to $837.79. spontaneous reaction on the partof
(''f 97 per cent. presen the employees of their individ- i Changes In CommandSt ff
Especially heartening has been ual appreciation as evidenced by j
Born in Boston Mass., he now
the contribution within the past the statements made of how I
resides with his family at Keystone week by Overhaul and Repair civilian many much and i
very they enjoyed ap-i Revealed Naval
Heights, Fla. A graduate oft" employees who have generously preciated the dinner and enjoyedthe By Hospital
:r K. Yonge high school of
donated to swell the fund. A of ". I
performance 'Kongo'
lit |
Gainesville he is presently a I Capt. Dwight J. Wharton
goal of $2,500 has been set by the former -
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\ sophomore at the University of CPO Club in its special project. executive officer at the U. S. 1928 at Norf ikH -i is a gracl-

Several of the collectors boosted Naval Hospital, Mare Island I uate of the University Indiana
their totals in the individual collectors Calif., has assumed the post of I' and the Indiana School of Medi
'commanding officer of the U. S. cine.
race within the past week SI1PPLYIDELIGIITS
during which time Chief William Naval Hospital here, relieving I During World War II he served
I M Mansfield of the Main Admin- Capt. C M. Shaar who has retired with Destroyer Division 65 andas
istration collected $60; Chief Cush- from the Navy after 30 Senior Medical Officer aboardthe
man Quarrier of Overhaul and Re- years service. Hospital Ship USS Rescue.
I pair gathered $56.38; Chief Pete YULE CAPSULES: I The new Naval Hospital commanding He participated in the Okinawa
I Evans also of Overhaul and Re- (dence and Accounting Correspon-have both officer, who arrived here i campaign and in the invasion of
pair, took in $41.85; Chief George :filed notice that they are in the i Nov. 10, is the possessor of a long Japan.
B, Jones, of the Hospital $36.11 ;running for the Sidelights Award and illustrous Naval career which Capt. Stahr holds a citation
You can well imagine what and Chief Don E. George of Overj j for the best and/or most original' dates back to 1924. A graduate of from Admiral William Halsey, '
everyone had for lunch Monday haul and Repair, $24.50.; ;unit Christmas display. Decorations I the University of Missouri in 1921 i Commander of the Third Fleet,
morning. Yes, turkey: Mr. H. T. The CPO project to purchase television 1 should be up no earlier than and Washington University at St. : for the outstanding service while
Dent's hunting trip was a success. sets for the homes of the ;Dec. 19th and no later than the I Louis in 1924, Capt. Wharton'seducation ''serving with the Third Fleet in
He tells us he'll be eating quail underprivileged children is held in ;22nd. The Department tree will was interrupted by the Pacific.Catholics.
World War I which served
the rest of this week. conjunction with the annual Christmas 1 be centered again this year in in he i -x-
with the 351st Field I
held here at which the Hospital and
party ;Stock Control, but will not be ,
We welcome Mr. W. H. Stem- 'children the 313th Sanitary Train as an enlisted '
will be special guests. considered of the contest. .
H i as part To Have
bridge into Public Works this man.
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arrangements are approved we
}week he as our new his Chief Clerk here andJoPf' at Traffic ViolatorsAre may have a Christmas.Party Fri- Outstanding Records Holy Dec. 8
enjoys duty day before Christmas, consistingof After seeing service aboard the Day
NAS. Ethel Huffman, Job Order I
USS Tangier as Senior Medical
a little carolling, a little enter-
Clerk, and hubbv, along with Apprehendeds tainment, and refreshments. The Officer he became executive offi- I[ The Feast of the Immaculate
some relatives from Virginia, took entertainment include a bar- : cer of the U. S. Naval Hospital at I' Conception, Wednesday Dec. 8,
H flying trip over the holidays to motorists apparently ber-shop quartet may(under the di- I Bainbridge, Md.. in 1942. Later he i i is a Holy Day of Obligation it
Mobile, Ala., New Orleans, and have taken heed' of the large number rection of Francis Gardner), some served at Naval Hospitals at has been revealed by the Catholic -
Fensaeola. Ethel savs one of the of drivers being apprehendedby legerdemain, ;(by magician Hart- ,I Great Lakes Astoria Guam, and I Chaplain's office, with all
flaps came off the bodge so they station police for traffic violations :ley Steeves) and some fancy then Mare Island before coming Catholics urged to participate.In .
touldn't go any further. We with only 13 charged with I t plunkin' by Harold Diggett.. here. addition to the two Mission
were glad to see Geff Mims back violations from the period Nov. Incidently, the Air News will take I Captain Wharton assumed his Masses at 0600 and 0700. the
tit work Monday and feeling pert. 21 to Nov. 28. usual
Holy schedule of
a holiday during the yuletide. new post a little over a month Day
Wooten of Transportation' Charged for speeding were Lt. '! Masses will be followed. Mass
Mary from Christmas week, until after after Capt. Guy E. Stahr took
went to Miami over the holidays. (Jg) J. M. Shoffner; G. W. Harrington i New Year. over as Executive Officer of the will be said at 1200 and 1615
Mary Fullington went to Alabama AMC; R. L. Wodd. AO2, SIDELIGHTS. The Jolson sequel Naval Hospital replacing Capt. There will also be a Mass at the
and likewise Chief Berry. Tom C K. Cook, AL2; F. R. Wynn '! which opens today, is a good C. M. Dumbauld. Hospital at 0645. A bus will leave
Andrew went hunting but EN2; D. Hiers, K. L. Mitchell G. show, but hardly up to its pred-' Attached to the Bureau of Med- Overhaul and Repair at 1155 for-
wouldn't say what he shot besides S. Hefferhne. i ecessor. Elizabeth Slade's Thanks- icine and Surgery in Washington, ''the 1200 Mass.
quail cause he says they're i B. J. Field was ticketed for illegal giving was especially well-pro- D. C. before his arrival here Capt. As announced in last week's
out of season. F. W. Rhoden, C. parking R. D Merrelle, TDC, vided this year, since Elizabethwas Stahr entered the service in June Jax Air News, the Catholic Mission -
WM charged with running a stop -- --- -- ---- '
E. Malloy and 1... S. Taylor bagged the winner of a deep freeze will open on Sunday Dec. 4.
two deer the weekendnear sign, while O. D. Hammerr, AN, unit 250 of
over containing pounds pro- All hands are invited to attend
Lake City. One was an eight and J. M. Cook, A02, were picked'up visions. And speaking of win-t Reserve OfficersContinued the Mission services, with the
joint deer. for reckless driving and speedNOTICE ners, Gus Stillman collected $25 :j I evening service each night beginning -
Torn Cowan of the Furniture ing l the same week at Bingo. John I ( from Page 1) at 1930.
Warehouse went to Georgia to I - -- ---- Colvin's hunting trip over the'' the Navy Supply System, the 1 The Sacrement of Confirmation

visit his in-laws for the holidays. I weekend netted a fine deer-for > National Security Act of 1947,' will be at St. Mathews
with his loaded Local 1630 International Asso- else. Colvin )) and recent given
Tom came back car somebody actually personnel changes. Dec. 16. All adult Cathoi
food and a'I ciation of Machinists will hold its him but another of Class instruction parish -
with good Georgia (,; bagged group rooms was sup- : lies who have not been confirmed -
hog. Nice relatives, Tom!. It's next regular meeting at 1930, I I hunters (and the woods are full i plemented by field trips to sup- i are asked to notify Lt. Brian
reported from Maintenance thatF. December 7, for the purpose of I i of 'em these days) snuck off with'' ply activities in this area. : Mahedy, Catholic Chaplain.
H. McKinley attended the Flo- electing officers for the coming I him. I Thirty reserve officers in attendance -
rida-Alabama football game. Mr. year. All members are urged to'' Aubrey Wilson and Lorene Cables came from the Fifth, -x-
Paul Longstreet, Shop Stores ison be present at this meeting. (she was formerly in Account- Sixth and Eighth Naval districts, I Father: "Mabel, that young
30 days leave. Mr. -x- ing) were quietly married on the and the Potomac River Naval r man of yours stays too late when
gal went on a hunting Megoni-I Maiden Aunt "And what i 2nd. The Frank woods, and seve- Command. I he calls. Hasn't your mother said
the weekend but says brought you to town, Henry?" I I ral other Supplyers were in at-I -x- anything to about it?"
have much luck Dick Henry-"Oh, well, I just come tendance. .Sue Mitchell)), of Even if t fish kept his mouth I you
Leadingman Laborer is on three to see the sights, and I thought I posal Unit, has been critically)) ill shut he wouldn't get into troubleNo Mabel; "Yes, father mother
weeks )leave, that I'd call on you first." for the past few weeks. I but he'd starve to death. says men haven't changed a bit::

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THANKSGIVING PARTV-Some enlisted personnel 01 NAS saw no need tor.O gathers in her flock as she proposes the novel toast "To the thousands of turkeysthat
S ; ashore to enjoy their Thanksgiving festivities w they frolicked at the special will give their lives for America on Thanksgiving" On the right Seaman Paul
holiday part .t the Mainsi.l Lounge here on the eve of Thanksgiving Kay. Mrs. I Settle i I' Personnel Office enjoys a cup of punch and a little chat: with reIn Carter
Paul Lanier, extreme right }left photo, Lounge supervisor, who arranged the party, onr of the many hostrs&rs at the affair.

Paas Four JAR AIR NEWS '1 December 1949

m Pensacola Eleven Hands Locals 55-6 _Defeat I

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Grid Squad : ; ':..' '::1 Star-Studded Goslings Score I

Awaits Tilt 'With Neat Land, Air Offense ..

A A potent Pensacola Naval Air Station grid eleven handed

At AtlantaWhile .rte \wy Jax-Navy its worst beating in the history of football at NAS I

last Saturday night, completely outclassing the locals by a .

55-6 margin under the arc lights at the Gator Bowl stadium.
Coach Jacka's grldders ----- --- -- -
Although the Pensacola foot-
are recuperating from the physical ballers proved themselves tops as the second period, to set up .'
injuries handed them by Fort far as Florida service football is 1- next tally. Molnar went over
Benning not long ago and the concerned, several of the local a quarterback sneak from the l
spiritual burns given them by huskies came in for their share of one-foot line. \
Pensacola Navy last week-end, glory in the fray which markedthe I Bruce Smith's pass to Joe' "
practice sessions are going for- sixth loss of the campaign for Grote, a really neat passing com
ward for the benefit tussle againstthe AWAIT .\TLANTA'FRAY- Coach Don Jacka's chaiges. The : bination, in the latter part of the
Atlanta General Depot locals' record now stands at 4 second quarter good for 32 yards,'
"Flames" at Henry Grady Stadium Guard Jim Davoli right wins and 6 losses with a charity I moved the ball within scoring
in Atlanta, Ga., December will be a mainstay in Jax- 3 tilt in Atlanta Dec. 10 remaining distance again. Jacks then went I
10th. Navy's line at Atlanta next to be played. I over from the 2-yard line.A .
A practice scrap with the Florida Saturday, Gordon Kent quarterback Former !Middies Play 73-yard drive and another
State Prison eleven Satur- left and back Don While former Naval Academy forward movement which covered '
day afternoon is on the agendafor Whittaker, shown above will great Bob Schwoffermann, assisted 80 vards accounted for the visit-
the Jax-Navy gridders this also see plenty of action. by such able gridders as Dick ing eleven's fourth and fifth TD's.
weekend.The Shimshak, Bruce Smith, Shuck Schwoffermann scored from the
December 10th fray will beth Stranley, and a host of other for- two on the first drive and Smith o
second benefit performance Cagers Open 49-50 Season mer Middie and college stars, tossed 20 yards to Kochanski in -
by the local eleven this season. picked up 81 yards on the ground, the end :zone for the fifth score.
The first was a tiff against the I Glen Schara. Chet Kimball. Andy Fred Kovalchuck went over
Little Creek Amphibs in the Ga- Anderson, Bill Buesing and Jerry from the 14, Molnar passed 12
tor Bowl which the locals dropped Jax Junior Walterskirchen were playingsome yards to Kochanski and a wide
4.0.. Against CollegeCoach top-notch ball in the local open pass from Smith to Grote
backfield Walterskirchen, Anderson -
The Atlanta tussle is being gave the Pensacolans three more
Chuck Moore George Kir-
by the Elliot will his edition 194950Tax scores in the final stanza.
sponsored Georgia Depart Ralph present of the stein and head coach Don Jacka
ment of AMVETS with proceedsof Navy basketball team next Tuesday evening; at Lee High School Gym- were surprise additions to the local ----x---
the fray going to establish nasium in Jacksonville, a* the local combine raises the curtain on a eleven in the tussle. Jacka received Paces
scholarships for children of veterans 30-game schedule against the speedy and well-coached Jax Junior an injury in the early min Thorpe
killed overseas during the College quintet. Action on the court begins at 2000 I utes of the fray.
war. Billed as the South's "Little The season-opener will be the --- --- The high-flying Goslings wast- Ladies'
Army-Navy game", the tilt has only scrap on the hardwood for pirants. i ed little time in crossing the twin ; Play
already won the support of all Jax-Navy next week, with the sec- Whether or not returnees Bob stripe mid-way in the first period,
Atlanta Baer. Paul King, Ray Hale and Kathy Thorpe took over the
organizations and encounter of the season slated
then scored twice in both the second I
I lead in the ladies 3l( -hole Medal
Carl Wheeler will the is >
Local guard Joe Sinko and tac- for December 10th against a visiting : cop spots and third quarters, roundingout
yet to be seen, for newcomers Kyle I Play Full-Handicap golf tourna-
kles Marvin Weldon and Jim Pat- Florida Southern combine from the victory with a trio of the
terson are expected to be ready Lakeland, Fla. One more home Woodbury Red Sheldon, Gordon I touchdowns in the final period. ment got underway on
local links last Monday by tallya *
for the tilt, but Bill Hulsey Gus game, December 19th against theCollt'ge Shott and Earl Gulledge are provo Chuck Moore's recovery of a low net of 30 the
Kinnear of Charleston, will be ing; themselves very adept contenders ing score on
and Harry Marr, back- I fumble in the third period setupJacksonville's first holes of play.
field men will-probably be unable played before action is halted over for the opening berths. only 1D. Anderson nine
to see action. All seven of the Christmas and New Year holidays \Voodbury High Sc-ortr I scored from the two. Joe Buonasissi I Nine more holes were slated to
the gridders were out with injuries A clash\ with Turner Air Other hoopslers shooting for missed the extra It was Pen- be played Wednesday an equal
when the locals met Pensa Force on the local court January berths on the team are Bob Becker sacola's sixth win in 10 games. I number will be shot today and
cola. 4th, 1950 will reopen hostilities tor Virgil Hough, Bob Francisco, 1- -- i the tournament will close next
Coach Jacka who suffered an the campaign Ronald Rinard, Oran Austin, Jack Jsi-Nssy Y.4xu., I'K t..I. Sunday afternoon when all the
injury himself in the fray last Sixteen home games which will Webster, Bob Sallee and Pat Horning I 8 Fuel l>ownn 18 participants complete the remain-
total of 36 holes.
turned out for fi't Yards rushing 2.17: ing nine for a
Horning gained
week-end, is hoping that Jerry be played in the NATTC Auditorium prac-
Walterskirchen, Andy Anderson, have been scheduled to date tice the first time Monday, and I '74 Foiwaid Yards gained passes passing attempted 1X4f2 16 I Kathy Thorpe banged out a
Chuck Moore and George Ker- with only fourteen to bs' playedon has seen action with a service 5 i'oiward passed completed 8 gross score of 45 in pacing the
stein will be able to play with foreign soil.ChrMeimen. I i quintet on the West Coast for the I 6 Number of fumble 7 t Class A division of the tourney,
I 2 Fumbles. recovered by Opport. 6 of 15 her the
Will Start past two years.Woodbury but a handicap gave
Jax-Navy in the benefit tilt. The 5 Yardage lost penalties :20!
four gridders from last year's local Only one eager, Lon Christensen, one of the leading; --- -- leading total. Running a close
combine along with big Paul has been assured of a starting candidates for a starting forward I Some neat aerial work by Bill second after the opening round of
Franke were surprise additions to berth by Mentor Elliot. The tall, post, notched 26 points for the lo. Buesing local tailback, accounted play are Kathleen Brockhaus and
the lineup against Pensacola Sat- rangy 6'4" center played outstanding cals in a practice tilt with Cecil for 59 yards passing, while Loretta Jacka each holding a low
urday. ball for Jax-Navy in 1948 and Field recently. Sheldon, another Chuck Rhoades played some I net of 38. Both were shooting
--xNew went to the All-Navy finals whenhe top-notch eager, tallied 16 in the top-notch defensive ball, inter- under an handicap of 14 when
Norfolk scrimmage session. Pensacola aerials in they tallied gross cards of 52.
York (FlISJake) La- was drafted by Navy ceptms two
Motta. middleweight champion of Base. This year's Cecil Field combine, the second period to halt scoring I Boots Greer is in fourth with a
the world, has agreed to fight The guard and forward posi- under the tutorship of Dick Carver drives. :, 39 Helen Daley registered a 41,
Robert Villemam of France in a tions are yet to be filled\ and has just begun practice, but Score Often Dall Russell came up with a 42,
ten-round non-title bout Decem- Coach Elliot in finding it quite a gave the local five a stiff battlein Pensacola's talented toe man, Kirk Horton recorded a 42, Margaret
ber 9 here in Madison Square job in choosing from a group of the first half of play. JaxNavywas Jerry Molnar, notched seven extra I Weber finished with a 43
i Garden. I hard-working evenly-brilliant as- leading 26-17 when the mid points besides scoring a touch- net fcore and Dale Connor was
---- -- way whistle blew, but with Baer, down, to lead the point parade last in the number one group witha
King, Hale Sheldon and Shott doing with 13 counters.A 49 net tally.
Fasron 6 Grabs Touch Crown the feeding. Woodbury hit the 41-yard drive following the I In the Class B Division Arlen
. basket consistently to widen the recovery of a Jax-Navy fumblein Jones made good use of a 28 han
'margin in the second half. the opening quarter accountedfor dicap to gain a low net leading
With Win Over Favored VF-133 Elliot has been shoving the hard I the visitors' first TD as total of 39 Donnie Bringle camein
wood experts at a faster pace from Schwofferman went over from second with a net of 33. Bangle
VF-133 Enlisted team's protestof -- day to day, and is slowly shapinga the four for the six points. shot a gross of 59 but a handicap i-
a final 23-13 touch grid tilt drubbing to win the championship. well-oiled combine out of what Jerry Mitchell intercepted a local of 26 strokes gave her the
which the squadron lost to FAS- was 20 hopefuls several weeks ago. aerial on the Jacksonville 45K1VALS second best score of 33. Third in
ron Six, has been overruled by I the Class B group is Janet Burns
the intra-mural committee there- with a 34 net score. Next was
by giving FASron's footballers an Ann Dittmar, who finished the
undeefated skein of seevn victories 4 first nine holes with a net countof
for the 1949 Station intra 35 while Elaine Hillis was in
mural touch football diadem fifth with a 36 Hazel Hirst regis
The FASron seven was trailing tered a 39, Isobel Minter recordeda
VF-133 by one-game margin before 43 and Etoile Kennedy came in
entering the fray as an under- with a net tally of 44.
dog, but pulled a surprising upset Jean Marchel is pacing the
which set the VF-133 Enlistedmen Class C group with a net score of .
back on their heels with 4 a r.Yso 25. Marchel banged out a 59 in
their first defeat of. the tourna- playing the nine but a handicapof
ment. 34 gave her the 25. Louise
Two early victories in the loop Hizer came in second with a 28,
gave FASron the lead after two a s t Benny Burke registered 31, Roe
weeks of play near mid-October. Lair carded a net score of 32 and
but the VF-133 combine steppedinto Lois Mullins completed the first
the forefront by taking their round with a net of 38.
first three games in succession. Zula Cunningham tallied a net .
The runner-ups then paced the of 39, June McLaughlin came in
tournament until the fighting with a 41, Edna Luckie scored a
:FASron seven topped them in the 42, Florence Hughes got a 43 and
upset affair.In Katherine King finished with a
the _._. of 66.
capturing the top spot in ----------------- ---- -- net score
third week of play. VF-133 furthered ---xGPO's -
its record of a single win f0c Plan Golf
to three victories by defeating IN ACTION Pen-
Overhaul and Repair 39.12 and Macula's Goslings unleashed all .
downing Dispensary 39-19 of their power In last Saturday'sfray Tourney Saturday

The VF-133 combine remainedin with Jax-Navy at the Ga- Chief Petty Officers planning on"
the lead by taking its fourth
in the monthly CPO
the participating
tor Bowl stadium pinning
R-l Division
round tilt from bya
golf tournament which is scheduled !
21-13 margin. FASron in the locals down to a 55-6 defeat.
for the local links Saturday
meantime beat NARTU 20-19 for Pensacola's fullback Ken Jacksis afternoon, should register before
its third win. met at the line of scrimmage 0800 Saturday morning.The .
In the fifth week of play VF. by Jacksonville end Chuck usual prizes will b 133 Enlisted received a forfeit Moore in top photo. Other white ed. Bill Foulk at the Golf Club
from the VF-133 Officers com jcrs-eyed locals pictured are, lelt will be in charge of entries.
bine. FASron took Hospital bya to right, nom Savino Jury --- --- --
34-14 count, but the game was Walterskirchen! and Norris :MATTER OF FACT:-
protested.FASron. Thomas. In bottom photo, for . the only floor flu 1ier we
took a forfeit from O mer Naval Academy player Bob I have around here i is the janitor.
& R for its fourth victory. Two Schwoffermann bowls hit! way a secretary is a girl ,who
more forfeits gave them six Then, 'over for a TO from. the two in can add and detract. .
primed for an upset, the FAS- the third period. I you can't feather your nest
ronites gave the VF-133 Enlistedloop by running around with chicken
1'ader the severe %.).13

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