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Creation Date: April 27, 1950
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VOL. 8-No. UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 27 April 1950

Headquarters' of the Commander Fleet Air' i ;kson..I1Jlei Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval nIst'ict'and -Commander' Fleet Air Win;: 11




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highways and byways lead to the Naval Air Station
I Friday and Saturday as the gates will be thrown open to accommodate -
,thousands t>f visitors expected to invade the base
I for two big nights of fun and frolic at the giant Navy Carnival
for charity to be held in Hangar areas 115 and 116.
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here, the huge carnival is being held to establish a central fund
tr from which contributions to approved charIties of Jacksonville will
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swing open at 6 p m. Friday, I vide everything in the way of
of k r' b April 28 with activity running entertainment, fun and frolic for
; 'I -The famous Blue Angels.th.Navys' ,until 12 midnight. On Saturday. I'the publiv::It is open to the pub I
; team, shown in flying formation here April 29. festivities get underwayat lic and admission is free.
.. ; be seen In a thrilling aerial exliibi 4 p m. with closing time set Several outstanding attractions
; : in one of the feature attractions of the at 1 a. m are in the offing, including an
charity I The two-day carnival will pro exhibition by the Blue Angels, '
; -- I the Navy's famed daring pilots
: who were once based at 'NASi .
I Here's List Of f Carnival Prizes i, I The Blua Angels' performanceis
I i slated for 5:30: p. m. Saturday
Here is the list of be at the KM! carnival atmosphere will
) : prizes to given away giant pievcul There will be rides and
r'i; Navy carnival for charity, with the scheduled times ford games galore band concerts
; wi special entertainment" both
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of ; c lo Fridayprit :2 i array of booths for thrill seeker I a
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7 P.M. Electric Range I
: : : ; A BIG MIDWAY, completewith '
c : [ what a P.M. Electric Uefngerato ride for the kiddies and
rl ,D- P.M.2fcB'; t.-, .-. .-. ? .. _. .... x.,drtr V shing Machine grown-ups too, free acts plus
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:';. 6-7 5 I one dollar. Winner must be present to win tnfe household .. PATRONS* ATTENDING* the
4 I prizes, while the winner does NOT have to be present to two-day affair will find enough f ,
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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 27 April 1950 "


Report From Washington J&(
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Grades Set For WarrantsArmy
Station.Published Jacksonville every, Fla.Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air Higher Pay


NAB, Jacksonville
Capt. Alvin I. Malstrom Commanding Officer To Enlist Partially Disabled Vets
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell- .__Executive Officer .. _
Fleet Air Jacksonville By Armed Forces Press Service 615-125-1. -

Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery-...... Commander The Secretary of the Navy has approved) ,. .
Capt. Frank T. Ward Chief of Staff placement of permanent commissioned war- This summer will see the largest National

Fleet Air Wing Eleven rant and warrant officers in higher warrant Guard encampment in history,;- with 300,000
Capt. George C. Montgomery Commander officer effective in most cases as Guardsmen from 4,800 units in the U. S., ,

Comdr. Charles Robertson _____Chief Staff Officer of last February 16. Officers now servin gtemof Hawaii, and Puerto Rico undergoing two
last February 10. Officers now serving tem- weeks of training in 37 states and Federal
Naval Hospital ever, may not be paid on the basis of their installations.
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton .Commanding Officer warrant pay grade assignment until termina- .
Capt. Guy E. Stahr ___Executive Officer tion of their status. Information is The Army has directed that all members of

NARTU contained in Burs Circ., Vtr. 35-50 (NDB, the Officers Reserve Corps not on active duty
Capt Frederic W. Priestman Commanding Officer March, 1950). use the component identification term"USAR ,.
Comdr. John Barleon .Executive Officer in connection with signatures on correspon-

Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration The Army and Air Force will meet the dence and records. Other Service Reserve
building. Phone extension 8184. charges of cleaning or laundering issue type components already follow this form.
... .
Editor-Andrew H Planey clothing abandoned in dry cleaning estab-

Staff Members-Chester Paschang, SN; Virginia Rogers, SN, lishments and laundries by enlisted person- The President has approved the findings of j
and Shirley Ritoch, SN. nel, under provisions of Joint Regulations a Marine Corps Selection Board which recommended -
32-20-4-AFR 67-42. of cleaning of Marine Woman
The JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station Proprietors promotion a
Jacksonville, Florida I and printed commercially with appropriated funds establishments will be required to turnin major to lieutenant colonel, and two captainst.
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. the garments with a statement of charges major.
Nov. 1949. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the due. The clothing will be picked on Stock .
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field and up
the U. S. Naval Hospital.The Record or Unserviceable Property Accounts. The Defense Department is publishing a
No record of the name of the individual aban- "Speakers Guide," for Armed Forces public
JAX AIR NEWS if a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Reproduction doning the clothing will be kept. speakers and information staffs. _
> of material from these sources must bear a credit line. Republication _
of other matter, e service publications Is prohibited without permission
of Editor SAX AIR 'JiJ The Army has authorized enlistment of par- Air Force personnel may wear on the new
tially disabled combat-wounded veterans of uniform only the unit shoulder-insignia per-
Need World War II who possess or can be trainedin taining the World War II combat unit to
Cited For Sore ResearchIn certain critically needed skills, and who which they were assigned in an oversea thea- '"

meet eligibility requirements set forth in AR ter. No other unit insignia is authorized.


Navy Antisubmarine ServiceWashington Week-grid CLASSIFIED


BULLETIN I
(AFPS)-The Navy has room for much mOre skill, I

new inventions and trained personnel in the anti-submarine service, Note FOR SALE.
in the opinion of Admiral Forrest P. Sherman, Chief of Naval.Oper WincfTatk r
ations. 2 bdri... house with garage.
--The- Admiral, who has alreadywon from Monthly payments 4490. Corner .1\
an additional $78 million for ditional destroyers, two destroyer Quincy & Meteor. Lt. (jg) ,
anti-submarine work from the civilian escorts, three submarines and a Prothro. Pho. 8-5862.
planners of the Defense Department submarine rescue craft. I NIIR'nJ_ 3 bdrm. home garage. Bal. $7200,
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hinted at a press conference .... $1500 down, $57.75 per mo.
that he would welcome ad- I Wm. Redcross, 5218 Astral St.
CarnivalContinued VF-741 VF-741 missed Lcdr about any desired RON spot In Pho. 8-6720.
ditional Increases for this purpo&e.Admiral .
Sherman answered Lloyd G. Barnard who worked In the country. 6 rm furn. bungalow. B. M.

questions about his recent ten-day ( from Page 1) a 5-day leave last week-end. I We welcome Lt. Otis A. Hamm i Jones, 8-1345.

inspection of Naval forces in the charge, to keep them fully occu- Saturday's gunnery competition who reported aboard Saturday. Lt. i FOR RENT

Atlantic and Mediterranean.The pied throughout the two days. reached a new high when Lt. Ray- Hamm was previously attached to i i 3 rm. apt., unfurn. $50 mo. Mrs.
Admiral said that he hopedto The various booths are stocked mond Peach pulled down 66 hits !I VF-173 at Cecil Field. 1 Warren, 2263 Park. Ph. 7-5237.
achieve a better state of readi- with worthwhile prizes donatedby out of two hundred rounds for a I The squadron thanks Lt. (Jg) Furn. bdrm. Murray Hill. New-
nee at such Natal facilities as Jacksonville merchants who 33',4 per cent average. VF-742 Joseph H. Elliott for the cigars; it i man, 4508 College St. Pho. 8-
those at Bermuda and Argent, have cooperated greatly in arranging take note For the VF-742 I was a 7 lb. 3oz. boy Con- i 6634.

Newfoundland lie said that any the carnival. I Gunnery Officer's information our :: gratulations.We Jax Beach- 3 & 4 rm. furn. apts.
future shifts in expenditure to A galaxy of amazing prizes gunnery hop on Sunday finished I of VF-741 appreciate the 1/2 block from Ocean, near
operating) forces would have to be will be given away to lucky tic- off at an average of 10 per cent I NARTU Stationkeepers that worn I Ponte Vedra golf course. Mrs.

accomplished "by minor reductions ket holders. The grand prize, a per pltot.! .I. along with our men to make the ,: Nezillj, 114 12th Ave. So Jax
In many places.. convertible Chrysler New Yorker Ground School reports that all planes sate for our pilots to fly. Beach. Ph. 2-5986 after 1700.
Commenting on the announce- will be given away Saturday pilots review their link Jackets.We I'Our men -work on the planes on 3 bdrm. house, Mrs. Shoemaker,
ment that routine rotation of Wes- night. An outboard motor boat, need one link hop for every Saturday and Sunday off drill | 2427 Blanching Blvd.

tern Pacific Naval forces would complete with motor and trailer, month of the calendar year in order I' week-ends but the stationkeepera Apt on old Orange'( Pk. Rd. at
begin May 1, Admiral Sherman goes to some lucky ticket holder to qualify for overnight cross' work on them seven days a week I the Iron Kettle. $37.50 mo. Mrs.
said that the addition of several Friday night. I countries. That means all pilots'' and around the clock when we are Arflm, Rt. 4, Box 413 A.
vessels to the Seventh Fleet wouldbe Five other big prizes will be should have at least 4 link hops on 14 days active duty 3 rm. furn. apt. for couple. 3225
at the expense of units hithertoIn given away each night, including j through April.In Mayflower St. Ph. 2-9783.

home waters. three refrigerators, three elec- following through with RONs, I Furn. rms. single & double, sirs
The relieving force going to tric ranges, two washing ma Lcdr. ,Fred Wolff, VF-741 Commanding : I B. Shultz, 1447 Avondale Ave.
.' Western waters will have two ad- chines, and two television sets. I Officer advised the VlineSemvices Pho. 2-5930.

HOLDERS OF TICKETS need squadron that RONs are now per- MJ1 15 rm. furn, Riverside apt end
not be present to win the Chrysler -I missible up to 1200 nautical miles I I garage. $85 mo. 2044 DellwoodAve.
>- or the boat, but they must be! that is 400 more miles than P. D. Fuller, Ph. 4-1(C43. !
present to claim the other ten our previous syllabus allot'ed. I, i Furn. 2 bdrm. house, Mrs. J. W.
electrical I Turner, 4821 Palmer Ave.
household appliances. 1200 nautical miles covers just ;i
------ Concrete home, Phillips highway,

At the Station Chapels i U. S 1. Henry George, Rt. 8,
Auto Racer' Bill HollandIs Box 561, Jax.

Protestant 4 rm. apt. 1-3 rm. apt unfurn.
.
"t>. Brief NARTU Visitor 0930-Sunday School. I Miss Herring. Pho. 43248. .,.,

< 1045 Services. Charles MISCELLANEOUSBaby
Chaplain j
VISIT THE RED SIIIELD
sitter. Consider staying
CLUB OVER BEACH & AIR I Shifting from his more pop:liar position of race car driver, A. Dittmar, All Saints Chapel. premise Mary Cprtis, 1007 on ,.
BASE BUS STATION OPEN Bill Holland, last year's winner c>f the Indianapolis 500 mile auto i 0915-Hospital Chapel Services. .. Acosts..Apt. '1, 'Jax. Ph. 7-7770.
0930-2330 DAILY I race, was at the controls of his o wn Beechcraft Bonanza plane as Chaplain John E. Hollfngsworth.. d along 'and alterations.

11 he dropped in for a short visit to ]VARTU Jax last Saturday, .. Catholic,: ... "" ". .. ;e,'.1237 B.. Hancock
THURSDAY APRIL 27 _
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Holland dropped in to see an .'" .
1930, bowling. Transportationleaves old friend of his, Chief Ernest. when you can enter one big race) 0900-MatsBt.HE ,
club. In the club-2000, Kehrt, now an, active duty Trnem- for big profits," Holland,will now e1, lp1ain. ri hie woman for gen-
dance instruction. Kay Kyser on 'make the Indianapolis cia is 1 rk: Mrs. Turner,
ber of NARTU. .Kehrt was. %participant "
AS.'Ext 335.
r. television show. Informal and of "
dancrjng. one Drily"eff opt ic.
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: in tbe bqto ; o- .
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a His. hh aby sitter, 1211 B
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FRIDAY, APRIL 2
'I Date'',*lIgbt,, jjuke\a': ,, oupte to share brick
.j .
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.' ..k@ c e4 1' e- Kitchen, privileges and
c ,\\jrarage. $60 mo. Mrs Stnnden,
722 Ramona Blvd. Ph. 83407.Thirteen .

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14 prse% on.ron1"'Chief i 'Itehrt.td stop
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fi, swimming, eoftball, here, _was .rQbst impressed)/-'with
a.. sit 60 "cents. Sign up now. the '"Weekend -
'&:*\7eekly dance cancelled because Warriors'"squadrons
holding'Drills hef e.
, of NAS Carnival.
'Trains For "500"Now
;
SUNDAY, APRIL 30 in training for this year's
1000 Java hour. Open house, "500", Holland has shed 23 0 0TRRf
J 1300. Trip to zoo transportationleaves pounds in order to be fit for the a.
club. 1730 Vespersspecialmusic big grind. The "500," he explained -
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under direction of Youth
most arduous that
is a grind
for Christ. 1800-club buffet sup- takes all the training that a WL

per. 1930-Community Sing and champion prize fighter,does. The FICvio

television.MONDAY ."500" is not as tough on the o
MAY 1 -
driver mile as dirt track
1900- Singing Wheels Club, per kY'
Holland stated but
racing is, motorists were
appre-
menbership open, transportationfrom there are more miles. The
many 6A hended for traffic violations by
club deck
club. In shuffleboard -
terrific speeds attained duringthe station police during to period
,
contest, prize to winning
Memorial Day classic nec-
April 18-24.
team. Select partner now. essitate petfection in driving, he Y
b TUESDAY, MAY 2 V Illegal l'arklng-T. P. Dleffcn-
asserts and as he put it "if you k bacher, AN; Kna. R. M. Bellinger;
1900, make a record, no charge.
2000-square dancing, television, get in trouble in trouble"in that. race, you'rereally R. V. Miller, AD2; :MIdn F, For-
informal dancing syth, and V. Crews.
WEDNESDAY, l'tIA3 Holland is presently in the -. Speeding-C. D. Elliott, ATAN;
Extra special floor show Re- process of gathering a team of LIKES SPEED-Bill Holland, last year's Indianapolis Auto and A. M. Corbltt.
serve table in candlelight club drivers and cars to soon open his Race winner is shown being checked out lit the cockpit of a F4U-4 Reckless IJrI\'lng-E. W. Farrell,
for some of the best entertain own Thrill Show that will tour Corsair at NARTU during Holland's visit here. Holland, who ap- CSSN; R. D. Taylor, ADAA; G. O.
ment in Jax followed by informal the country .. likes speed whether on the ground or In the air, is Scott, AD3; A. O. Jacobson, AOC;
dancing. Stating "why beat yourself up shown with Chief Erne Kehrt rf1htr an old friend of the racing W. D. Tahl, SD2; and M. E. Tuck-
-x- Ion dirt tracks for small purses profession. Kehrt was at one crew member. erman, ET3.

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'... 60-Ton Seaplane Passes I

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; Initial Naval Flight TestA I


60-ton experimental Navy -
seaplane, built by the Consolidated marine[ patrols.As .
Vultee Aircraft Corporation and yet unnamed, the XP5Y/ 1 la
4.QI powered by four Allison turboprop designed for quick takeoffs" speeds
i engines, passed its initial flight in excess of 350 miles an hour
I test recently after taking off from and< a range of more than 3,000miles.
I San Diego Bay, California. It will carry an 11-man
k The large flying boat, designatedthe < crew, heavy offensive and defensive
XP5Y 1, is the first seaplanein armament, and the latest electronic
this country to be powered by devices. In addition, It has
the Navy-pioneered turboprop engines an entirely new hull design that is
It was built for longrangesea fabricated to withstand high seas.
search missions and anti-sub- The Consolidated Vultee Aircraft
Corporation has a contractto
I. construct two of the experimental .
i planes for the Navy
Grand Prizes 9'u" 4F The new patrol plane's four T-40(

turbine-propeller engines, built for
A the Navy by the Allison Division
i 1 These two fine :aa' %atdi. a: tr < < S ,o U, 9f'S: ..'.. tr of General Motors Corporation, de-
tr < b q ': s velop /5,500 horsepower each to
r ., <. {(t t L x $Agto < oyc u 7taYf' y )
I, M : provide extra power for takeoff
prizes go to lucky. and emergencies. This horsepower -
: 45' 4 can be reduced one-half in flightto
ticket holders at : permit the plane to cruise for

long distances at a considerable
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" goes Friday. 4 there Is the story about
the wife who caught up with her
husband in a bar, sampled the

i Blood BankGrateful highball, he"How was can drinking you drink, and such'demanded _
Fleet Eleven To Conduct
Air Wing horrible stuff?" "See," said the

husband, "all the time you've
r For thought I was out having fun."

Full Scale Antisuli Exercises HereExcited When the little* grain. of wheat

All Accounts woke up Inside a loaf of .bread It
cried: "My gosh. I've been
4 Certificates of appreciation are onlookers whp see bright flares in the sky next week can now be duly pre- reaped."

being forwarded to 83 organizations warned that the off-shore illuminations will be the result of full scale antisubmarine war- f "

maintaining currently active fare exercises being held May 2-10 off the coast of Jacksonville! by Fleet Air Wing Eleven. when"How the come Chief you told didn't that joke laugh?"
reserve blood accounts in the Jack- I, Squadrons VP-3 and VP-5
"I didn't have
to. I'm
sonville Blood Bank. Capt. from NAS Jacksonville will seek Eltook off from the deck of the transferred." being*:
The awl'rds bear the emblem of Ward Gets out the "theoretical enemy" sub Navy's scout cruiser, U. S. S. *

the American Association of Blood with flares during night opera- Birmingham and flew two miles Tenant: "Why raise rent
Banks of which the local bank is New tions. Another unit of Fleet Air through fog and rain to Norfolk, when my room 1s all the my way up
a member. They are being made AssignmentAt Wing Eleven Squadron VP-23, Virginia. in this miserable attic?"
.. "in recognition of the unselfish devotion known as "Hurricane Hunters", FIRST landing aboard ship on Landlord: "You use more stairs
to saving of lives" among Air will also participate in the exer- January 18, 1911Ely flew 13 than anyone else In the building!
the members of the organizations UniversityCapt. cises. All units will strive to miles to land on a platform built *

represented, and in recognition of main their high proficiency required on the deck of the Navy's U. S. Boy: "We sur'had a good time
"support rendered to the princi- Frank T. Ward, Chief of by the Navy for its primary S. Pennsylvania in San Fran-
last night for a quarter!
Staff of Fleet Air Jacksonville
,
of life saving. mission-to control the high cisco.
ples and purposes
Girl: "Sure did! Wonder. what
will\ leave his here to 11
The first two certificates to be post Monday seas and protect shipping supply ) FIRST flight to the North I the kid brother spent it for?"
duties Chief Na-
awarded were presented In person assume as of the I lanes from "aggressor" forces. Pole by Lcdr. Richard E. Byrd, ,
val the Staff of
Advisory Group on
Pilots and crews will train in now a Rear Admiral, retired
on behalf of the Blood Bank by the Commanding General, Air Uni- I "Don't put that money In your
the bank's "treasurer, I. Beverly various( phases of antiSubmarine and Floyd Bennett on 9 May 1926 mouth-there's germs on it."
Maxwell Air Force Base,
Nalle. Accepting on behalf of versity Alabama warfare tactics and doctrine. ir. the "Josephine Ford", a tri- "Don't be silly-even a germ
their respective organizations were I The U. S. S. Conger is the motor Fokker monoplane, fromKing's can't live on the money you earn."
Chief of Staff of Fleet Air Jacksonville theotrical submarinethat
R I.. Brown, Quartermaster A. M, aggressor Bay Spitzbergen.
G., Naval Air Station O & R Department since June, 1949, Captain will operate with Fleet Wing FIRST flight to the South Doctor: : "We're going to operateon
and the Rev. H. M. Ward will relieve Rear Adm. Herbert 11. It is expected to tie up at the I Pole on November 28, 1929 by you. What will you have-gas,
Liechty, pastor of the Franklin S. Duckworth, who once serv- Mayport Section Base sometime I Lcdr. Richard E. Byrd, from his chloroform, or ether?"
.. Street Baptist Church. ed as commanding officer of the in May for supplies, fresh water base at Little America in the Patient: "I always believe in
Naval Air Station. Duckworth was and liberty for the submariners
Antarctic. patronizing home Give
Any religious, fraternal or civic industry.
officer here aboard.
commanding from The Conger will make "
me a local anaesthetic.
, organization or group of employees July, 1P47 to June, 1D48. some twelve dives each day and FIRST radar ground controlled C S S
: may set up a reserve account, ..A I will spend approximately 30 to approach landing at NAS Quonset oJ
I Nalle explained, "simply by ar- 35 hours a week in submerged Point, R. I., 22 December 1942 Women are fools to marry!
I.
t ranging with Mrs. Smith for the operations. < by Lt. Bruce Griffin, USN. Yes,?but what else can a man
! of the account. Such reserves marry
\ opening: I If X sir *
'filiI enable an organization to w NAVAL AVIATION also recordsa
ELABORATE PRECAUTIONS Two
obtain blood instantly for its mem- national altitude record from stuttering blacksmiths had
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have been to insure finished
prepared
I
heating a piece of pig iron,
[ bers in time of emergency. standing start at 10,000 feet in
i safety during the operation.( Sev- :! and one placed it upon the anvil
\ eral naval aviators are scheduledto one minute and thirty-four sec with a pair of tongs.1st .
. onds set by Lcdr. M. W. Daven-
board the Conger to act as ob- : "H-h-h-hit m"!
1avy.To that further port, in an F8F Grumman "
'lI' Buy servers, relationship "W-w-w-where: ?
s Bearcat fighter at Cleveland,
advances the
sub-aircraft 1st"Aw, h-h-eck
i we'll have to
Ohio 20 November. The Bearcat
combination as a potential and h-h-heat it "
again.
798 New Aircraft I deadly sub-hunting team. is a conventional pr ope 11 a r -x-
I Fleet Air Wing Eleven will thrust ''aircraft. Not even today'sfastest I
: The U. S. Navy will purchase utilize aircraft from squadron jet planes can compete
: 798 new aircraft at a total estimated VX-4. Their operations are held as I with the record. Luggage Of All
I cost of 557.5/ million dollars confidential by the Navy but it I Naval Aviation's record in
j from the 1950 fiscal year air. can be said that they play a World War II reveals that naval
' craft procurement fund, it was role in the Navy's vital aircraft 'destroyed 15,401 enemy Types Seen At
(t.. announced by the Department of mission. aircraft of which 12,263 were destroyed ,
, Defense today.Approximately, I I by carrier-based planes '
1 one-half of the Naval Aviation Firsts Are Noted and 3,133 by Navy land-based Navy Exchange
1 expected expenditure will to These exercises conducted by aircraft. Naval planes destroyed
airframe manufacturers and go the Fleet Alt Wing Eleven come at 62 German submarines, 172 Japanese When getting ready for that
remainder will be spent for engines an appropriate time for.t-Naval. warships of all types and long awaited leave, or if Uncle
communications equipmentand I Capt. Frank T. Ward Aviation. May 8th marks a 447 Japanese merchant vessels Sam decides to send you else-
other related Items of pro- double Naval Aviation anniver-. .totalling 2,333,597 gross tons. where,-don't be caught short of '
Recently selected for promotionto sary-the 39th anniversary of i" luggage.
tS curement. Rear Admiral, Captain Ward Naval Aviation itself and the 31st THE ;A'ORLD'S LONG DIS- A quick trip over to the Navy
i. will assume his new rank upon reporting TANCE record of 11,236 Exchange will solve
)' anniversary of the first transatlantic non-stop j your move- y
.
Local Skectmcn Place to his new assignment at crossing by air. Lcdr. A. in 55 hours and 17 minutes was ment problems, with some
In Jax Shoot Maxwell. C Read, now Rear Admiral, re- set on October 1,' 1946 by Cdr. mighty good values in luggage
High
Captain Ward In the fourth Naval tired, commanded the 'NC-4 from Thomas Davies and crew from being offered.
Local skeetman Herm Pistole Air Station officer In recent' Long Island, New York to Lis- Perth, Australia to Columbus, Among the many styles you .
captured runners-up honors In the years to receive a high command bon, Portugal. Ohio, in the Navy: patrol plane will find there, includes ladies' '
Class B division of the Azalea and promotion. In June 1018 Captain Other outstanding U. S. Naval "Truculent Turtle, a Lockheed train cases, overnight bags, two-
Shoot held at the Jacksonville Gun Duekv. >rth, now Rear Admiral Aviation "Firsts' include; P2V Neptune. It is the same type suiters, utility bags, and ward
Club 'last week-end with 96x100 went to Maxwell Air Force FIRST take-off from a ship on aircraft that Squadrons VP-3 and robe cases. These and other use +'
tally. Base for his promotion; Rear Adm November 14, 1910 when Eugene 5 will be using in the forthcoming ful items are available in the
Nick Gallitono, another local Calvin T. Durgin, the first Com ASW exercises. Jacksonville famed "Samsonite" line as wellas
shooter, became Involved in a mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, 1919. He graduated with honors, 'citizens will view this record in nylon, in all the latest
three-way tie for first place in the was promoted to Vice Admiral and and was commissioned Ensign *+, :smashing twin engine aircraft as colors too
made Deputy Chief of Naval Operations June, 1923. it flys over the local area. Its The fine assortment of luggageis
A when he broke 98
Class 'roup for Air In May, 1919. He After winning his wings in May, I distinguishing features are mark- available at the Mainside and
out of a possible 100 birds. He lost
out in the shoot-off, however, when later become Commander of the 1926, the departing captain saw I ed by an unusually high tail. Naval Hospital Exchanges.
I First Fleet. lie wa followed' by service aboard the Navy's earlier -x- When making that trip by 'car
Marie Ellis broke 25/ to
straight I Rear Adm. John II. Cossady, for- carriers. He saw action in the Pacific Milwaukee\ (AITS i ) Pants- don't forget car beds and: car
take first place. mer Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville during the past war. In 1943, less, 66-year-old George Hauf seats for the small children. Bottle
Scores of other local shooters who 14 now Vice Admiral assigned to the Bureau of Aero- boarded l a streetcar When police warmers that fit in the cigarette
eutered In the meet were as fol- I and deputy Islet of Naval Operations nautics, he served as Director of ajrested him they wanted to lighter are also available.
lows: I for Air, relieving Admiral Naval Aviation training. lIe served know what he meant by "riding Lap pads, shawls, crib sheets
Bill Arthur 96; Gene Varner Durgin. -' as Commandant of Midshipman 6t around on a Tuesday morning Even-flo baby bottles and baby
00; Herb Howell, 91; Wayne Ed- Captain yard attended North the Academy from 1947 until June, wltout any pants on." "Tuesday!" blankets are also available at the'
dington, 01; Sam Klncald. 00; Mac Carolina State for one year before 1919, when he came to Jackson Hauf exclaimed. "What happened Naval Hospital branch .of the
McElroy, 88; and< Sam Helms, 8}. entering theNavaJ.Academy in ville. to Monday Navy Exchange. '


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elected at the General Assembly! )

meeting Monday, April 24: Robert If.
Thiel, secretary; RoM: Goodreau
The Supervisors Club of the treasurer; Richard Simpson Alvin
Public Works Department held Skinner Edwin Farraday, Pete
their regular monthly meetingat Tortoricl and Lawrence Willard--
Doctor's Inlet Tuesday eve elected to the' Board of Governors.
ning of last week, 17 April, Before
the business meeting was The Bingo party originally slated
for Friday will be held tonight inI .
department
called to order the culinary
of I I I stead. The club will be closed during -
composed Eugene '
Griffin, Sam Graham and Jim- the station carnival, and there
mie feed fit fora will be no dance Saturday night.
Gwynes put on a '
fried ---' '"' I The club softball team got off to ......
king, serving fish, french ; 1
FIRST OIL-LADEN TANKER ARRIVES-The Tanker Tonti, carrying 30,000 barrels of aviation
that a fast start by copping their first
and hush
potatoes puppies. gasoline, nears the new Navy's Trout River ,terminal as it arrived here last Saturday. The Tonti was
two The CPO'c tangle with
world.
were out of this the first tanker to unload at the terminal storage tanks of which can be seen at the. left. The terminal I games
this afternoon at 1500 at
During: the meeting: four new is located 16 miles up the St. John's river" from the Atlantic, .t Trout river on Jlerkscher Security .
members were elected to the drive. Diamond No. 3 With a little
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club,-Slim Barker Dick Dixon .. more moral support, the team J
Barney McCall and James "World Power Not Diminishing"British could acquire the incentive to stayon
top of the league.
Bridges. All Officers of the Public
Works made SchoolBands It was a full house as "countrycame
Department Mere
:Members unanimous Back"Says to town" at the "Faimer'aParty"
Honorary by a Family Life Coming
vote of the Club. last Saturday. The entire
To PerformAt crowd frolicked througout the evening

Public Lcdr. Works E. R. Foster.Officer Jr.acceptedfor Asst. Former Parliament Member the year.in one Everyone of the best present parties tried of.r:::::..

the Officers. All members of
CarnivalThree
I hard with appropriate attire and
the Club are requested to watch Speaking before the enlisted personnel and officers of the Naval actions to be "country" while
this column for the next outingat high school bands will Air Station, Mrs Beatrice Wright a former member of the British others made it without trying.
Gold Head Park. Big thingsare provide the musical background Parliament, told of present day life in post-war) England, ttressing' Square dancing with real country
in store. There will be plenty during the giaYit Navy Charity the necessity for the existence of a social welfare state In Britain'sdeclining caller WAS the highlight of the "
of food drinks and good en- Carnival to be held this Friday and economic power. evening.
tertainment. Saturday at the Naval Air Station. I Mrs. Wright, who spoke beforean
I enlisted men's audience last some even with refrigerators, 1 but ,
The Duncan U. Fletcher High simple homes with no labor saving
Ethel Huffman. Material Sec- Wednesday afternoon and addressed To "Train2,100
School band of Jacksonville Beach
tion, returned Monday morning. the officers in the evening, devices.
after two week's leave spent in directed by Owen Esslinger will stated that the purpose of her 1 !Mrs. Wright emphasized that
Maryland and North give a two hour-concert Friday to 1 the British do not rate tlieimelve
Virginia, speech was an attempt bring Air Reserve Boots
in the han'gais.
Carolina. Ethel says she had a night the two countries, Great Britain as a second, rate |poser although ..
grand time and hated to returnto i The Robert E. Lee High school and the U. S. closer together materially and economically they r
band, directed C. Hulick Approximately 2,100 Naval Air i
by O. are "Britain's influence IU a world .J
work. Helen Johnson. Ad- through better understanding of
and the Bolles School Reserve recruits will be given'eight
band under
ministrative Section, is in New each other. power haH not diminished except In
the baton of Capt. Orville N. I, weeks of indoctrination
Sny- the economic sphere, she Haiti.I .
York two weeks leave and 1
on der will play for the patrons Saturday Pointing out that the war pro I training at Naval air stations J
to visit Washington also Born here In America, in New
plans evening, vided an opportunity for Amer- throughout the'country this sum \!
We received a card from Helen _. icans and British to come to know j Haven Mrs. Wright studied atOxford
and she says she is having a wonderful -- where she met her first mer.The
and 'understand each other, Mrs. recruits, who are new members
time and isn't missing a HAS Boy Scout Wright described the war years in.I' husband John Rathbone Member, of organized squadrons of

thing. The temperature was Britain as lean years, monotonous, i of Parliament. 'A bomber pilot the Naval _Air Reserve will report
pretty low when she and hubby with the element of fear always during the war, Rathbone was, to their training areas at
Paul, arrived and they had to Troop 131 WinsAdvancement prevalent. She asserted that when I I I killed during action. Upon his Various dates .In June.
wire hcme for hubby's topcoat. the Americans came they were 1: death she took his seat in Parliament -I The first full-scale summer
Of course Helen said, they had more than Welcome but were welcomed I in a bye election. She later training of recruits for the Naval
to forget something and it wouldbe Cup in a British way. 1: married Major Paul Wright of Air' Reserve program was con-
the top coat, of all things! ', ; the Kings Ro'al.Rifle. Corps. ducted last summer. Results

We were glad to see Edith NAS Boy Scout Troop 131 cap- THE END OK THE WAR. Mrs. Mrs. Wright called it vthe magic I showed that the trained recruits
Wewer back to work after her tured the Advancement Award Wright reported was the beginningof of Great Britain" the fact that were the best potential material
recent illness and we hope she Trophy presented last Thursdayat another War for Britain-a fight people are perfectly happy to be in their respective squadrons.
continues to improve. Mearle the monthly meeting of the for economical survival. She pointed : there, and even though they grum- I The Naval Air Reserve pro.
Crumley of the Design Division Court of Honor for the Musko- out tthat Britain must now pro- ble, they are all part of the family gram, launched in July 1946, hat
attended the 95th Session of gee District held in Riverside duce 60 per cent more than before with no desire to be anywhere but an active membership of more
Odd Fellows in Pensacola last Park Methodist Church. with food, fuel and gas still rationed : Great Britain. "Faith in themselves than 29,000 enlisted personnelwho
veek. John McMahan, Jr., spent I Boys receiving advancement in British family life is coming saved them at Dunkiik andit attend tegularly scheduled
the week in Fort Lauderdale and rank were Joe Stauffer to Star back, she revealed, but wealth and Is the only thing that will save drills. The membership was Increased
informs us he caught a. 30 pound Scout, and Bill Bessette and Don- power has changed hands. But despite them now, and is a quality which by more than 2,500 during
dolphin ald Veghy to second class scouts. all this history is being made, they couldn't do without," she the last year.
Merit badges were awarded to she added stressed" i I Air stations tentatively designated .

Roy Joiner of the Trouble Gene Peliter swimming and per- I ..Explainingthe social welfare u recruit training centers
Desk has tickets to sell on an .-sonal health; Jimmy Lyons and state as one with free medical and "1HK1U LOVE OF )'.JU.ACMrs \," are: tVnacostia, Washington, D.

electric range television set and Jimmy Litkey, swimming and dental car, old age benefits, and Wright informed is probably C., Jacksonville, Fla., Norfolk. V....
other articles. Roy says anybodythat public health; Danny Hartmanand rationing of sugar, meat milk the hardest quality the British' Memphis, Tenn., Seattle Wash.,
wants to take a (chance he'llbe Gene Cox art and angling; margarine and butter, Mrs. Wrignt for the Americans to understand.I Atlanta, Ga., Columbus Ohio, Dal.
glad to sell them a ticket. Ralph Grimsley carpentry and went on to say that three of every "High hedges and high walls Are las, Texas, Glenvlew, Ill, New Or.
He hopes to have all of his sold swimming; John Grimsley, art four houses built are rented at $4 one example. British are not being leans La., New York N Y., Oak.
prior to the Carnival. I and wood carving; and Joe Stauf- to $7 per week, to be allocated bya unsociable, they just don't wish land Cal., Olathe, Kansas, St Lou.is .
Jeanette Sayre of the Material fer cooking and first aid. local council. She pointed out I II to be intimate. The English preferto Mo., Grosse Ill', Mich, Los Alamitos -
Section is strictly in style these I The Cub Pack of Troop 131 that these were model houses be respected rather than loved," Cal., Miami, Fla, Minne
days. Have you noticed her new held its monthly meeting Friday I I--- _- -..- '- she stated. apolis. Minn-, Squantum. Mass,
short haircut? It certainly is becoming evening, April 21, with Lt. -Carroll Asa Carter; Den 3, Mrs. Billy I Ii I When asked what In being done and Willow Grove, Pa.Lel'FuAnd,
Chief i Sullivan of Ev Cox, Institutional Representative 1 i Harkins and Mrs. Joseph W.I I with all\ our precious American tlol- '
Transportation is on 30 days present The highlightof Weaver will remain as den lars, JMr Wright explained that
leave. Plans on going to Spring-- the evening was the excellentskit 1 mother of Den 4. the MH-lal welfare state In Britain I IIII Frolic

field. Mass. Jennifer Vance presented by the cubs of A grand outing is planned by I financed through taxation of the
spent the week-end at Kingsley Den: 3. the cubs to be held May 6 beginning British people and all American ,i
Lake and was still bubbling over Other Events Held / at noon at Gold Head dollar are going toward setting up i AI r
Monday morning from the won- I Advancing from cub to wolf State Park. All cubs and parentsare machinery, tools and equipment ,, ,
derful time she had. .Willie Dau- scouts were David Paschall, Gary invited to attend. necessary to keep Industry at a lop I It .:.:,' .
phin almost broke his leg but Alcorn Larry Emmons, Arno Scouts and cubs of the North pitch. "' "
made no comment other than Harkins. Morris Williamson and Florida Council will hold their In this country with her husband, The Navy Charity
"Ask me no questions.. I'll tell Douglas Grimsley. Registeringat big circus at the Gator Bowl on who Is director of Public Relations i I
you no lies". the meeting were Wayne Mc- May 5 at 2000. Anyone wishing for 'the Festival of Britain 1951. i
Let's all go to the Carnival! Mahon and Ben Fosch. ,I to buy tickets may contact any Mrs. Wright was! the guest of Carnival
Fun is In store for all who attend Den Chief Certificate! 'Tor attending cub scout. Admission is 50 cents Capt. and Mrs. Alvin I, Malstrom. "

and it : a big; help for chairty i a prescribe six week I 1 per adult, She will return to England in May. .
.' of Jacksonville. Let's help ourselves course to scouts -- -
by helping! them-Come on John Grimsley, Hintbn Carter: .
out Friday or Saturday or both. Jerry Carter and Joey Stauf- f. ''il 1'1 .IIIY'UUIi.
You're bound to enjoy yourself. ferr Three other scouts Jay Fuller .1
Ilringyour family, and bring Robert Bessette and'Willjam .
your friends. Everj'bo* y is in- Bessette finished the course also ,\. .
tiled. but were not present at the meet ,.
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New den mothers were'elected
The .for three of the four dens; Den 1,

tre.1.Mrs. Gordon Alcorn; Den "2,.; 'd.V r Rs
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"Belle of Old Mexico". with E.I I
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Rodriquez.
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;. "Connecticut fling Crosby.SATURDAY Yankee" featuring t LU.1. f 8

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Ticket: to Tomahawk," with
)+, Dan Dailey. I .

,'- "Cargo to MONDAY Capetown," stairing

Brodcrick Crawford.
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY"Big ; !
Hangover," featuring Van

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"And so I told her that we would HAPPY l\IERRY-GO.ROUNU-PaUt'ots at 'the Hope Haven Hospital wasted no time 'In trying
get married In the summer," I out one of two merry-go-rounds presented to the the Hospital playground by employees of the
"July" I!"This'll gi< you the basic fundamentals I Process Division of the Overhaul and Repair_ department. The employees are raising $1,000 to equip
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Cans containing thousands of assorted insects are loaded aboard the Navy's IUD before taking The automatic aircraft disinsection panel is examined by Capt.
I. off here last week to test-flight the custom-built automatic aircraft disinsection equipment installed II. C. llensley air surgeon of MATS, prior to commercial testing
in the plane. equipment perfected in the laboratories of the Malaria and Mos-
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automatic disinsection equipment for aircraft, made at the

.c s;;? ; i: $ Naval Air Station, three installations of the device will be ""!

, .ft made in Military Air Transport Service planes operating: :',

, : the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and in South America.Two .

tests of the equipment, one on the ground, the other in
flight, won a favorable opinion from representatives of government I
public health, agriculture and miltary services, as well as members :
of the 'Civil Aeronautics Association, who were present on the occasion A

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{ The visiting experts recommended immediate installation in the !1!

military transport planes flying in various parts of the world 'in ,-
order to obtain information concerning maintenance and biological y

evaluation over large areas of_service operation. .. :,
-, The equipment, custom built by "_':
two manufacturing concerns and De Malariologia, H. S. A. S., Ven- -
assembled and 'installed for the zuela. South America, plus several -,

first commercial test at NAS Jax. officials representing commercial
has received the full attention of manufacturing firms.
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health and agricultural agencies :
It is considered as a valuable future -
a :.r aid in preventing the introduction -

I II in this country of such SUPPLYIDEI.IGIITS

I ..._ ___.__._unmuuun.. ------- crop destroying insects as the
Oriental' fruit fly, and in con-
'r. 2nd Lt. Carlyle Nibley, Jr., Preventive Medicine Division Surgeon General's Office, Washington :- trolling insects causing epidemicsof ,
I). C., opens the first-- can of insects which were, released in the plane testing; the new "insect yellow fever and sleeping ---
killer" equipment.
sickness. .,
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Considerable enthusiasm Is being
Commercial air lines of the
"r United States and other countries shown for the coming Carnival,
Employees To Select Candidates t' operating overseas flights are interested and particularly] gratifying is 'he f.
the automatic feature fact that nearly every Supply-er
in
which will both time and is giving his or her full support .:
For New Review Boards save and cooperation. For Example, the' :
Rating costs viously in the spraying disinsection the planes., compul-Pre- donations for the Country SU rehave ,--4
IfI' mounted to a sizable] sum; In
Nomination of candidates for election] to the seven Efficiency Rat- sary for all transoceanic aircraft both cash and articles and the desired -
ing Boards of Review to be established at this activity in the near I It; YAM has been accomplished manually goal of 3,000 items is as least :

O future, 'w ilr be held next Meek, it was revealed today by station e ,Several thousand insects of various in sight. Don't get the idea it's
officials.. types, released in the Navy's too late to add to your previous '.'I'
The opportunity of nominating R4D plane in which the equipment donation or to make a new one, if
members to these i To conduct the election] at this had been temporarily installed
and electing you haven't already: The Committee -
.., Boards Is being offered employeesin activity, the Commanding Officer for the test met almost is prepared to accept contributions -
the recent has selected a five-member com instant death when the control
keeping with changeS right up until] four o'clock '
'\1 regulation concerning the ilefntralization mittee, members of which serve as button set the spray nozzles into Friday.The '
election supervisors in their respective simultaneous operation. Strate-
of Efficiency Rating
colored personnel, w ho have
Appeal Boards. departments. This committee gic location of the nozzles] assures
p their own booths at the Carnival,
composed of Michael Cascone, In- treatment of part of
"Ii These Boards of Review will j i dust rial Relations] ; 'Ralph T. Mos- the aircraft. every have contributed generously in
function under the cognizance of ,'ley i Public Works; Thomas P money and items for our booths,
the Regional Director, Fifth U. S. Roberts, Overhaul] and Repair, Officials On Hand and a way we can show our npfpieiiation -
Civil Service Region, who will furnish Raymand S. Hurst, Supply and After each test, the insects" were is by patronizing their
the chairman for the various gathered up and taken to the concessions.. .
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laboratory of the .Malaria
Boc refs, Works, has been approvedby All of the booth operators will
Unit for "kill"tests.
;a of NAS Jacksonville Mosquito Control
Employees ,
the Regional] Director, Fifth U. wear some sort of "costume" over
Area Wage and Classification] Office I S. Civil Service Region. their regular clothes, and some of
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NARTU and COMNABSIX Attending the experiment here
; the willing workers whq helped
will] participate in the nomination I i Election] supervisors in each de- last week weer l some 48 militaryand make the costumes
are BettyHardy
... members, pal tment will have gene : and election] of civilian including -
I I'I r rf'rrest'ntatiVE's. Helen Mclllwaine NVttieKickehghter.
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vision of the nomination of and
Boards John S.
Seven fisted! I Delmar MorehcnW
, election of members and will an- I z. ,
Health Service
Public Washington .
The seven Boards to be esta'blifrhed and Betty Lieksle.!
nounce places] where necessary D. C.: Capt Howard C. Hens- )
< and the employees who will
f I Al] Szarmanskl and his crew
forma be obtained and also .
be under the jurisdiction of each may i' ley. Jr. USAF M. A. T. S., AirSurgeon's including] Jack Moccia, Joe Grift,
the time of the ] the
( Board are as follows Group IVb.- ', electipn.withm: Office, Washington! fith and others who will be named "\
department.
';' all IVb employees of NAS Jacksonville -- ..;-. C.; 2nd Lt. Carlyle Nibley, D.I here later, have outdone themselvesto
AWCO NARTU, and. Preventive Medicine ,
a make Supply's booths as attractive -
COMNABSIX Group IVa--all JVa ::1\1' Surgeon .eneral's Office Wash- i
find
; Green Cove! Base j as you'll on any midway -
employees] of NAS Jacksonville]] ; t i ington, D. C.: Benjamin' Sorin, A few more volunteers] are
PW Group II and III-,all II and Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington f still needed to serve the booths "
III employees] : of the Public Works' Acquires New CO D. C. and. Juan Gomez, Div. I themselves] but the committee is

Department and NARTU; S&F V5 a mighty grateful for all those who

. Group II and III all II and II employes Capt. Kenneth Ekelund] has as- New Turbine May have agreed to take a turn.
] of the Supply and Fiscal'' If you can contribute nothing
Department; O&R Group II-all II sumed the post as commanding of- Add Speed To GraftSthenectady else] but your presence as a guest
ficer of the Green Cove Springs Na.
employees of the Overhaul and Repair at the Carnival], make every pos-
,. Department; O&R Group III, val] Station E. Aldrich, succeeding Capt. Clarence ] y_ rHMMMI' N Y. (AFPS) sible effort to come and to stay ;
who :
was commander 1
Board No. 1all group III employees I of the base"sine' June 1947. The experimental destroyer Tim- as long as you can. You'll havea
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] of Aeronautical Engineering merman, now under construction, swell time, and be serving a raft
Group, Planning] Group, Pro- I\, Captain. ,Ehelyn duction Control Office, Repair and airival I at' GreeneJOove, had an'' I ] methods overnight accordIng POST MORTEM: The enlisted :.

Salvage Division, Process Division, overseas assignment: for the Bureau : to Rear Adm. David H. Clark, personnel party, held last Friday ;
t and Flight Test and Transfer DI- of Ordnance. Captain' Eke ', Chief of the Navy's. Bureau night at the Jax Gun and Tackle]
vision of the Overhaul and Repair I lund is no'strange'( in this area, ; Ships. Club in Southside, was an occasion -
1 Department; and O&R Group HI, having served there at NAS Jax Here to check on the progressof to be remembered. Rodriquerand
Board No. 2-.-all group III employ-1 during the past war'before going I does turbines being made for the Peso showed their ability to
I ecs of the Accessory and Equipage into action,'W the Pacific, what fewconfronted hen Timmerman Admiral] Clark said dance the rhumba, as did Lt and .

Division, Assembly] Division, Power I I Captain ,AJdrt b''lit leave rz 'this' they would enable the vessel witha Mrs. Becker; and the ,music furnished
Plant Division, and Plant Division for his .Jae\\', .assignment IS type of xl sheyawns much smaller power plant to at. by the Station Band pro I
of the Overhaul and Repair De I manding Wottl er'oT the naval soon'l S the tain higher speeds than present de- just the right setting,for the

.,,' ." partment. 'rating baiie, at'C1utf1oa:1' ,:;'.; lorthcom in" stroyers. buffet. j"1vided
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Boston Meet In City Loop Competition .


John Lafferty the lad from lo- Still undefeated in City League competition, the local varsity
cal Fighter Squadron 12 who was softballers chalked up wins over Happy s Sports Center and the
awarded the St. Johns World Tele-I CWA nine last week. The locals were slated to meet Duval Motorsat .
gram-Ten Mile Road Race Trophy Lackawanna Park' last night. .
earlier this year, added another Tomorrow evening at Lacka- -
trophy to his collection when he wanna, the locals take on the ers,until the team travels to All.
finished fourth in the fifty-fourth Cecil Field combine. A twin bill Navy elimination tournamentslater
0 annual Boston Marathon Meet will be played, the first tilt start- this summei.
With
Chct Paschanp
r which was run last week in Bos ing at 2000. Third Straight Win .
Coach Dick Garver has shuffledhis Bud Boyer and Gene Hortonare
ton.The long'-winded distance run- lineup recently, and Dom Sa- still battling it out for the
Much to the surprise of many spectators who came out I I vino who starred in center field starting assignment at first base d' \
to see Jax-Navy's baseball team get a drubbing from the for the local nine in 1949, is now In a six-inning affair last Fri.1 ji
the nine brandof playing shortstop. Charlie Wheeler day which was cut short in orderto
Flint, Mich., Arrows, local played an improved I.
meet the midnight deadlineset
has replaced Savino in center
ball against the Class A Detroit-owned team. I.I and Bob Royal, who is handicapped on City league tilt!'. the NAS

i Except for a 'Pair of errors in the seventh inning, the I : with a weak throwing arm,, nine took a 9-2 win from CW A. ;. .
is the lad who to Sa- Dick Cummings hurled three-
) score may have read differently when the game was com- i gave way
vino between second and third. hit ball the first three innings
: pleted instead of 9-1. \ Sixteen men compose the pres- but developed a leg injury and

A second inning double play from local shortstop Bill > .' ., ent team, and according to Carver was replaced by Ed Bucherichwho
first N ;' he will keep all of the play- pitched the final three
\ Crane to Itoland Cantin on second to Wpolbright on ,"" ,'" frames without
giving a single
set Flint Coach Gene Desautels wondering just who was go- ). I"" safety. In the meantime up local .

ing to win the game. However, the better class team opened Here's One For batters tagged C W A hurler ..
, its hitting pouch and assisted by the aforementioned er- Jimmy Drew for eight hits to .

.' rors managed to chalk up a comparatively slight victory. You Sports FansEither score inning,five two runs in the in the second initial and '

'r Desautels; Liked Gushanas lone runs in both the fifth and

f Desautels, who is piloting the Flint team for the first on station their sports personnel or are"up" the sixth George innings.Tirpak each Cummings garnered two and .
.I
i time, was very interested in local hurler Joe Gushanas, even questions are getting easier in hits to lead the local nine in ,
though the lefthand flinger gave up fifteen hits to the Flint- the Jax Air News weekly sports batting. .t
i behind quiz contest. It took less thanan Dump Happy's 2.1
is leaguer who worked
ers. Desautels an ex-major
i hour for the correct
John P. Lafferty AMI answer A clean single over second base
,
the plate for Detroit, Cleveland, Boston and the Philadelphia to reach the editorial offices. by catcher Dick Bradley with two
Athletics several years ago. He put.in his first-two years of ner beat out a field of 130 of the First to supply the correct men on in the fifth frame gave
1 managing with Williamsport of the Eastern League in 1948 world's best marathon runners in answer to the question "Who replaced the NAS softballers a 2.1 victory .
t and 1919. Last the Williamsport nine finished in a tie the recent meet and wag the first Babe "Ruth in the Yan- over the rugged Happy's Sport
year kee outfield? was Frank Gir-
American to cross the finish line. Center nine earlier last week.
for second place in the circuit. The three men who finished aheadof ardeau, of X-2 division. The The Sport Center nine scoredone
tl When asked if he had any boys on the Flint squad who him were aces from Korea. answer was George "Twinkletoes" run on d single and two er-

i may: make the long climb to major league ball someday, the The speedy Lafferty an avia- swered Selkirk tight, which but too several late an-for rors in the first inning and held .
the lead until timelyhit
Bradley's
tion machinist mate first class
Carl Linhart who
three of his
1 ex-catcher named players. wound the grueling 26-mile honors. brought in Frank Stewart
up
I got three hits in four trips off local hurler Gushanas, was Boston run in the time of two This week's question whichIs and Boyer,
the first mentioned. Linhart plays centerfield like a big- hours, 39 minutes and 52 seconds, a tricky one, is: Sam Alexander did a neat job

r 1 leaguer and Desautels said, "The boy is plenty fast and Lafferty, only Navy man entered player"Is there throwing a penalty his glove for at a a on ing the the mound Sport for Center the locals, giv-

;, a quick thinker." John Phillips, left fielder; and Lamarr in the meet, has been in Bostonon fair hit ball?" Explain your tion only four hits in seven aggrega-inn
Weeks, first baseman; were the two other boys Desautels temporary duty from VF-12 affirmative or negative answer. ings of work.AllNavy.
and also competed in the first
The rules are simple Just
; out potential big leaguers. -x-
pointed
as annual Dilboy-Post 20-mile road bring in your answer to the Jax .
j Players Recall Duty Here race recently. He finished sixth Air News office or call Exten-

Willie Scot and Tom Keenan, a pair of moundsmen who among 65: entries. sion 8184. First correct answer SportsTo
Springing Into the local lime Is the winner!
are putting in their second year with Flint, found several light for the first time last Janu-
familiar sights around NAS. Both of the lads were sta- ary when he was announced as Be Cancelled 4

tioned here during the early 1940's. Scott, from Miami, Fla., the winner of the mile and half. Spring Cup Links

was in the Marines while Keenan, who is a Hartford, Conn., mile Track events and in the Field All events Newfoundland Laf After# '50 GamesWashington '

lad, was in the Navy. ferty has high hopes of makingthe Play ScheduledPlans ,
The Flint club will open its 1930; schedule against U. S. Olympic team in 1952. (AFPS-The All.

.- Charleston, West Va., next Wednesday. The other four teams He was also victorious In the are underway for a Navy sports following program will be discontinued

entered in the Central circuit are Grand Rapids, Saginaw, mile and half.mile events of the ,. Spring-Cup Medal Play tournament 1950's championship completion eliminations of
Feildian Meet which was held at '
:Muskegon: and Dayton. St. Johns last year. 'I. to be held on the sta- leading to the designation of "All. ,
Many sports scribes are putting the Detroit Tigers in While stationed at Cecil Field tion links the latter part of Navy Champions" in various \. J

second place behind the Red Sox: in the American League this before his squadron moved to May, officials of the local sports.Announcement cancelling the

year. Perhaps they have forgotten that the Yankees boast mainside, Lafferty would run the golf course announced this annually conducted championships ,.
plenty of spirit, determination and skill when it comes to distance from Cecil to his home on week. is made in BuPers Circ. Ltr. 45-50
in Naturally the Red Sox should be I College Street in Jax. Several The tournament, with four (NDB 15 April 1950)).
winning a pinch. ,
times ff'week. He made the run classes for men and three for While the Navy-wide sports
ranked first because of their close battle last year and their from Cecil to his home in aboutan I women, is expected to%be playedover program is cancelled as such com
smooth-working ball club which includes several of the best hour and one-half. He is only two week-ends. The first petitive sports will continue-but .
fielders and sluggers in organized ball today. 32 years old.Local. will be the week-end of May on a district and area-wide basis
Hed Sox and Dodgers Kate 19-22 and the second the week- with emphasis on local leagues in
end of May 2629.A softball basketball baseball, vol.
But, don't deprive the World Champion Yankees of sec- Golfers full handicap will be used in ley ball, boxing and bowling. Football ,
ond place unless another team does move in. Incidentally, the affair and only those withan wrestling, swimming, golf and
why couldn't the Cleveland Indians squeeze into the same established handicap at the tennis competition will continue to ,?
.
Beaten 14-4 local layout. will be eligible for be encouraged-subject to avail. ,
spot they did last year? We think they can. entry. able recreation funds.

As for the National League, that's a touchy subject Jax-Navy's golf team suffered a I With approximately 250 golfersnow Inter-Service competition within -
when it comes to guessing. The Dodgers, Cardinals, Phil 14.4 setback at the hands of a I boasting established handi- districts and areas is being en. .
lies and Braves are all good hard fighting nines. They each powerful Rollins College squadon caps at the local links, a large couraged. Army, Air Force and I.
the latter team's layout at turnout' is expected for the May Coast Guard 'activities will besought II>
Robinson
Jackie
for the But
have fair chance pennant. ,
a
affair.
Winter Park, Fla., last Saturday. as league members.
and a few other assets put Brooklyn first on our list. The Only four men from each team Eighteen holes will be played -x-

Cards may depend greatly upon Stan Musial, Marty Marion were selected to play in the each of the two week-ends. The Tars '
but with few breaks in divot- maximum handicap for men will Play TigersFrom
.and a few other "ageing" players, a match. Rollins' quintet of be 36 while that for will
women
;.. the right spot and some good managing by Eddie Dyer they diggers ,are ranked high among be 72..
in the
should finish second. the Southeast.top Collegiate golfers First Flight for the men will AugustaHal I
for 1950 consist of golfers with handicapsfrom
:
Here are our prognostications
NATIONAL Rollins' .Clyde Kelley Jr., and zero to 8, the second with Gruber's Jacksonville Tars
AMERICAN: Jute. Arnold carded 7:! and 74respectiveb' handicaps from 9 to 16, the third close their present home stand
1. Boston TIed Sox 1. Brooklyn Dodgers ;- to take five out ofa 17 to 25 and the fourth 26 to 36. tonight against the Augusta Ti- ..
2. New York Yankees 2. 'St. Louis Cardinals possible tine points from JaxNavy' Ladies with handicaps ranging gers before hitting the road "tor
3. Cleveland Indians! 3. Philadelphia Phillies Tony Grego and Wright from zero to 32 will be in the Columbus] Ga.
4. Boston Braves North. Gregd cored 73 andNorth' first flight, those with handicapsfrom Tonight fray, the final of a
4. Detroit Tigers carded, rJ 74.. 33 to 48 will be in the sec- four-game set with the Tigers,
5. Philadelphia A's 5. New York Giants NNJ. era Leo Mar- ond flight and the third flight gets under way at 2015 at the
6. Chicago White Sox 6. Pittsburgh Pirates chel failed to gar- will consist of golfers with handi- Myrtle Avenue ball park. '
7. St Louis Browns 7. Cincinnati Reds nee. t as they were caps from X48,to 72. After tonight's fray the Tars
8. Chicago Cubs d ,Rollins' Billy An entrance -'of $1.00 per will be gone for seven days, re-
8. Washington Senators Kcv! &.( y Brass. Key person' .will".bt,.,charged. The turning to the home park on Fri-
readers of this column will remember the mention pa r" Park course money will be used v to purchase day May 5 to open a
Habitual wi rasa fired a 74 trophy i .for winners and run- home stand aganst the Columbus
of track sports in this corner not long ago. Here is an- fori combine Mar- ners-upr in each flight. Cardinals and the Macon Peaches. '

other item of interest. c Navy's Foulk Interested personnel are being Fans are again reminded that
fin le with a to,sign foe the affair buses for all Tars home
John Lafferty, a member of the local VF-12 unit, was go urged up special
the finish line in the Boston 80:. as soon "as-poasibl;,A deadline games will operate throughout -
the first American to cross is scheduled tome date will le set later' the season. Buses leave Hemming
Marathon Meet held last week. He finished fourth out of a : Park beginning at 1815 and re-
field of 134 of the world's best marathon runners. He made teamAin links nurl.9w'l bowj ;Where everyone turn to downtown Jacksonville

the 20-mile run in two hours, 39 minutes and 52 seconds. M Is 't'-. ; '" immediately following the game.,11"7 .
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3 Classes Decided Jug Rovy Loses Four


In Station Mixed .


. .r-'} 2-Ball ,,FoursomeFour Of Lost Five Contests;


gruelling rounds of tour-

nament play on the local golf Becker 3-Hiller
.. course were concluded last week Drops
when six couples engaged in final -
round battles for honors in

the three classes of the Station Unable to match the timely hitting power of their opponents

Mixed tournament.Two-ball Foursome ,Handicap Jax-Navy's baseballers suffered four setbacks in five

Joy and Tony Grego, who, had outings over the past few days.

reached the finals by defeatingWI' The NAS nine played better
_( Kathy and Bill' Thorpe 6 and 5, than par ball, but fell before the in five trips to lead the locals in

captured Class A honors by de- try Flint, Mich Arrows, a Class A batting.
feating Shirley and Franklin ; ball club 9-1, last Wednesday.The Drubbed by Parris Island

Rixey 4 and 2 in the final round. following evening" Jax- Parris Island's baseballers open
#I
a e. The Rixeys captured a finals Navy's diamondeers defeated Par- ed up on three local hurlers to
berth when they beat out Leo ris Island 3-2, but lost a second bang out 15 hits and grind outa
and Jean Marchel one-up in the game to the PI Marines 19-3. A disturbing 19-3: victory over
semi-finals pair of losses to the Little Creek Navy on Mason Field last Fri-
In the Class B group, Nana and Amphibs, 4-2 and 8-3 were re-
Dave Henderson took a close 3 corded last week-end on the lat- day.While the
visitors notched a total -
and 2 match from Alexis and m. ter team's home grounds. of 19 five
runs in separate
Steve DeLaMater for top honors I ATTEMPTED STEAD-Jax Navy second sacker Dick Clark This evening at 1600, the Jax- innings with the help of two
v. while the latter duo had to be prepares to tag Parris Island's Gerald Peters who attempts to Navy club plays host to Eg- home runs, Jax-Navy scored

... content with the runners-up trophies I steal second in a recent tilt played here. Backing up Clark is NAS lin Air Force on Mason Field. I three times in the,third inning
shortstop Roland Cantin. Friday and Saturday the Georgia when Bill Crane banged out a
a
. The Hendersons advanced IntQ State Teachers invade the station triple with two men on and
Khe finals after downing: Cookie and Sunday the locals travel to scored after
and Blackie Kennedy 2 and 1 Infra-Mural Softball Lara Loses Out Raiford Prison. The first home. soon on'an error.

while the DeLaMaters semi-finals games next week will be against Webb hurled neat fur-hit ball

triumph was over Bush and Don- Schedule RevealedThe Camp Gordon Wednesday and I. to give the. locals a 3-2 victory
nie Bringle 2' and 1. In Atlantic Fleet Thursday. over Parris Island in an earlier
takes I. game with the Marines. The Marines -
Betty and Porter Bedell played National League Little Creek Wins 8-3
a close but fast as they over the intra-mural softball I tallied two runs in the top
game Local hurler Chuck Webb was
defeated Mary and Harold Kiser spotlight today, with the Amer- Mitt TournamentJoe tagged for eleven safeties as the of the seventh, but the locals
3 and 2 to capture Class C honors ican League resuming play next Little Creek Amphibs recorded came bajck: in the bottom of the

last weekFasron. Tuesday afternoon. All games Lara, the only Jax Navy their first victory over the local same inning to score three tallies *
----x- are scheduled to begin at 1500 mittman to capture a title in the nine last Sunday 8-3. and ice the fray. "

TODAY'S SCHEDULE I AirLant tournament, failed in his Singles by Cantin and Don
6 Volleyballers I bid for further conquest when he While the Amphibs tallied twicein Manning, coupled with a few Ma-
Supply vs 1st Lt.-Field No. 2 the first frame, twice in the
became a KO victim Roy" La- rine miscues, accounted for the
.. CaQlur Second Place Security vs CPO-Diamond Nor I max from the USS Diablo m the third inning,_ once in the sixth local nine's runs.
and three times in the seventh,
3.
Atlantic Fleet bouts at Norfolk
,
The powerful Class A Detroit-
FASRon Six's volleyball squad, the locals scored one run in the
VPvs VF-12 Diamond No.
Va.
recently. owned Flint Mich.
nine got off
,
runners-up last month In the FlorIda -\ I first and two more in the second
State-AAU tournament, gained 4.NARTU In capturing the AirLant wel- inning.A to a slow start, but collected five
vs Photo Lab-Dia- terweight crown several weeks hits in the seventh frame to score
round-robin second place invitational in a four-team tourna- mond No. 5. I ago, Lara,; who is with VF-13, trio of singles in Bob the second six runs and cinch a 9-1 victoryover
by Ace Woolbright, Lopez
ment in West Palm Beach last Fri- VF-13 vs Hospital-Held No. 6. went the full three-round dis- and Richard Henry were the only the locals.
de- hurler Joe Gushanas
tance to take a unanimous Navy
day.The TUESDAY, MAY 2 cision from FASRon Three batt- safeties the local nine garneredoff gave up 15 hits to the veteran
local volle bal1ers, who
Line VA-15 Diamond Little Creek's John Herubin
Flight y's while
and Wer-
twice defeated the West Palm ler Fred Heinie. players Manning
No. 2.
Beaches YMCA six in the earlierAAU However, tougher competitionwas Errors Prove Costly ner collected Jax-Navy's only)
meet, couldn't repeat Fridayand Fleet Wing 11 vs VP-3- Field found when the local leather- A costly error overshadowed a two bingles off Flint hurlersCommence .

were stopped by thelatter in No. 3. pusher advanced to the higher- ttyree-hit pitching performanceby -x--

a close two out of three finals VF-11 vs Ord & .Gimn.-Field classed Atlantic Fleet Affair. local hurler Bob Becker as the
Little Creek combine chalked
affair. No. 4. Lara, who is a Madera, Calif., 4-2 win over the locals. upa PlayOf
FASron 109! vs FASron SIx- product with a hard hitting south-
Little Creek tallied the
once in
Chlllml Nation: One that is Field No.5.VFI71 paw attack, was up on points
first inning, and after Jax-Navy
horrified by other civilized nations vs O&R-Diamond No. when he became careless in the Table Tennis
tied it up in the top of the sec-
6. second round of the quarterfinals ond frame, the Amphibs made
- ina
bout and Lamax slipped good use of two walks and a :1 Ten singles contests and three

few quick hard ones. Navy miscue to score two runs doubles duels will be played off
6 Clubs Boast Unblemished In accounting for his loss, the in their half of the inning and I in the first round of the Station

local welterweight answered, "I take over the lead for the second Table Tennis tournament whichis
figured I had Lamax in the sec time. The Amphibs tallied slated to get underway in the
ond round, but became carelessin once more in the seventh inn. recreation room of Barracks 'G"

Slates In Intra-mural Play trying to' end"xn,f hurry andgot ing on a walk and a single while this e\'enlng.l'hysical: Training of-.
KOd .1J'&ft..illori.l + \\I: the locals scored their second run

.. +. wrt '' ,\the, third,j fcnir*..why '
Six topnotch teams h.. 'e completed two rounds of PlaYJ; I ',1'. I, E."t:; : IotIQ.: ," ',,, -".*. "**,*""

station intra-mural Softball tournament with undefeated records,I ; a v'j
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two more aggregations have posted' single wins after receiving : ; Kef

found byes. 'r...,' .. 1 ,R' s ." 4iGA' .-
the Chief ,- -'t' \..,.. ... ;111 ;' ; .'
Security, NARTU and "
bat in the bottom of the ninth : 'S' g'it.)rI "< : .
Petty Officers are three undefeated qh4le -: >
with the score knotted 3-S.fSotne f{ j"t': '
teams with two victories, apieceIn I 'teid .
the National circuit while FAS neat baserunning and AH J&f'O*. the NAAS' Cell !Y+ f Entered In* et"ing9ts'fi! sIee1, ; ... ?! '

ron 109, VF-171 and Ordnance and however, allowed Flight < .Me'e ,11 combine chalked up its are 20 men representing nine units -
Gunnery boasted perfect 2-0 records T<,m Henderson! to score.!ht consecutive victory in City at the Air Station. _

f in the American league at the mng tally. ,., competition by downing The Physical Training Depart-
completion of the second round of Last Tuesday, the Na :fg'en.,'Seat,Covers 4-3 in a nine- ment has nine representatives
play last Thursday. Hospital and League ruled the diamond*'f g affair early this week, the a shooting for the singles crown. A
VP-5 are two National League entries tho Chief Petty Officers iuu('Hospital 18IIlt O&R entry dropped a close number of the singles participantsare
.' with 1-0 records. were victors in a, *pi a > fICI'" '" lt'to the highly-touted Duval)4torf.nine also teamed for doubles play.
close tilts. From PT are Richard Garver
-s the same evening. ,
sched-
uled The for American play Tuesday League was and the Triples Turn Tide :' i'$: IField; plays the local NAS Jack Duncan, Bob Becker, Pete
A three-bagger pinchRollie Oleynick, Paul Franke Gene Du- '
by th ,
Lackawanna Park "
nine at
National returns to action today y ftjy .
p .
Stack with one' mat vall, Gene Kidd, Joe Sinko and
better than a week of rrow evening.
after "
the bottom of the seventh' k James Woolbright. '
ith knotted 3-3 iniattorn
All tussles scheduled for the score '
inactivity. paced the CPO to a Joe Borcik and Michael O'Shea .
1500 this evening and next Tues- I lo-8.tt of the ninth inning, Ce- '
S over VF-12 last week. will! carry Fleet Air Wing Eleven's -
.
listed 'Obie Aaron banged out a
day evening are elsewhere on >
knocked in the honors in the
leading .of singles battles
able,with two men on to knock Ij I
the sports pages. break a 8-8 tie and came ban j',tbe winning run and finish Mon- while Henry White will! attempt to
In last Thursday's competition, infield hit soon after to 'gl} Some neat three-hit r rI annex: a win for Hospital.
fn game.
the FASron 109 aggregation rec- team a two-run edge Vhiel Ernest Row- Other entries in the singles division -
orded its second straight win by r by chucker I I
never topped. Oustanding }'t RfQed the Sargent batsmen are Floyd McKeehan, George
topping VA-15, 12-6; VF-171 hu- ,
Don Kiester
hurling by Kildahl. h jnost of the while the and Richard Nuttall from
fray,
miliated Fleet Wing 11, 24-4; Ord- losing VF-12 combine to.a Dispensary, Bill Weber from FAS-
? mounds-
mtat i tagged opposing
I
nance and Gunnery took a 6-1 'encounter still in the final innings of p i' Jacfc Ramsey for seven safe- I ron Six, Hal Lewis from NARTU, .
from Overhaul and Repair Hospital's Sam Onal tripl< ", ., Chester Paschang of Adminlstra- '
.
t ,
; Flight Line topped VF.ll, one man on in the seventh { tion, Charles Tibbett from FV-m
4-3; and. FASron Six defeated to knot the score 11-11 i :O&R combine drew first I and Jack Lucovsky representing
VP-3, the First ainst the Duval nine lastevening
Lieut nine and VF-12
144.Ed Krlsty Homers home on a squeeze play to ,' ( by'scoring a lone Teamed for play in the doubles

The O&G team's win over O&R team a 12-11 triumph. \'the initial Inning, but w rounds are AI Mako and Kiester of
was highlighted by ntat four-hit While the Medics collect elm en scored twice in the Dispensary, Weber and Art Allen
rot the second frame to ice
% hurling by winning chucker Jess safeties, their own hurler, ( from FASron Six, Duncan and
/ '\ Allen. A home run by Ed Kristy Oaks allowed only five hi FAILS IN BID -Joe Lara, Fianke from Physical Training,
of O&R in the seventh frame ac- walked eight First Lieut ba r.x Shaw, a former Marine fisticuffer from Fighter Squadron I' Carver from PT and Lucovaky

counted for'the losing team's only In other tilts last week T ;. Airier who was stationederal 13 failed in his bid for from VF-12. Duvall and Kidd of

, .' run of the game. VP-5 won over Photo La years ago, pitched the Atlantic Fleet welterweight I I Physical -Training, Sinko and
One of the most evenlyfoughtljfraYII and Security downed VF-1 ball for the winning Duval crown when he was kayoed by James Patterson from PT and
of the day was Flight Line's 13-10 count. NARTU took, 16, O&R's Harry Taylor Roy Lamax'of the USS Diab Woolbright and Becker of Physical
VF-l1. The tussle appear- feit from Supply when the t another neat hurling per- lo in the quarter-finals. Lara, I Training One of the doubles

be an extra Inning affair failed to make an appear; In giving up only three however copped the AirLant teams will relieve a bye in the

I tu.t the Flight Line nine came to' the diamond. r... welterweight crown. 'first round. j

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j The Commanding Officer and the entire military and -civilian per-




, sonnel of the Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida take this !1) _. .



opportunity to sincere I y thank the following merchants, .



al men and others of the city of f Jacksonville, the profession-I'



surrounding territory for their generous donations to



Carnival for Charity.

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4 Almond ( end lOc Star Checker Board Feed StoreW Orange Blossom Shop tjne Retail Drug Co
S. Miirolel Sons H. Boston Service Station Peer! Furniture Sigh. -
Orkin Exterminator Co. Woodrow Service Station O..oto.Plymoulh Co. ( Sylvia
Il S.v.Seas Fishery Bowden Antique Shop Morgan Dept Store Sablow Renee Fashion
C. F. Salai' Corp Security Mills. Inc MeCrory Stores Corp Furniture Dealer '
Cooper Distributor, Inc: / Colemen Printing Co.J. Aikini Phil Willlami Service Station r
Weitern Auto J. Paterson The Sherwin Willlemi Co < Paramount Dry Cleaner
Kelly 104'0' Furniture Co. Auto Service Station The Glldden Co. Okechobe Construction Co.
r F. W. Woolworth Co. Charles W. '..nm.n Co Drew, Co. Marks" Lakeihore Gown Shop
j. Akra BrothersSpringfi.ld Slot Credit JeweleriMri Teweri Hardware Kepllnqer Interior Decorator
t Jewelori R. L. Peppy Colonial Oil Co Fabric Fair Dry Goods
:' Betty Devil Dross Shop Weather Grocery t Market Crews Grocery and Market Tropical Overall Service
, The Silk Shop Franca American Beauty Salon Feirfa Grocery E. l. louis Crab Company
': Ill Whiskey Store Southern Construction Co Crawford Cycle Co.l. Farm Company of Ja.
t, PheenK Liquor Store Griffin Electric Co. Van DeBeqert Luck Novelty Store .,
Phoenii Cut Rete Drug Sh..'i Merchandise Store Sunoco Service Station Dimon Drug Store "" j
Community Pharmacy Mri Ruby Lee Gordon Fairfax Shoppe Bar Specialty Co.
I Jerry Tavern J. G, Thomas Weeks Dept Store Inc, "
Jimmies Te.ern I Package Store Culliqani Soft Water Service Jacksonville Paint Company Seli.yWilkerson i : Barber Shop
''I Hamilton end Wills Beauty Supply Twin Deck Self Service Laundry H..dltton.Fo..rthr Lumber Co Friendly Popes Service StatonWhittleieye ,
tidier Reedy to Wear (Mm lot) Hollywood Mattress I Upholstery Co The Greet AtP Grocery 1 Tee Co. Park St. Appliance Co.
Werren Complete Strvlc Station Tlllmen t Laundry t Dry Cleaners Edgewood Ave Avondale Radio Sales t Servi e> .e .
Southern Wholesale Furniture Co. A M. Powers, Duval Harness t Supply Co Fla,'Ln: Clearing t" i Equipment Co. Edwards Body I Fender Works
C. A. Melville. Radio 1 Elect Shop Ratteree Standard Service Sla. Whltfleldi Grocery Meet Market Jacksonville i Spring I Alignment CoP .
Annette'I ledle."' Reedy to Wear Suddath Moving I Storage Co.. Inc. Arnold', Garage t Service Station K. I Knight Grocery end Dry Cleaner
Harrison t McCord Auto Radiator Ser Welter S. Janet 1 J. C. Hammond 'Independent Laundry i Dry Cleaners Gray.Seville Auto Mater Servic
Jai Apron Uniform Mfq Co. Geo Robinson Jr (Smcleir, Service) W, L Oodamead (Oodtoni Reitayrenl) Home-ray Sawing Machine Co.Mitchel .
Camera Eichenge A Photo Supply John W. Baldwin Lumber Co Patterson; Scale t Equipment Co 1 Jones Hair Styling Scion
Emil Tube!, tobacco Cindy. Sales Chas. W. Griffin; _Costume Shop Automatic I Kwick Auto y.'lIh..I.c.! Dowd I : I 19 t Hardware: Store .
Edqewood Barber Shop N. Chepenik a> Sons. Inc. Hart ire. Furniture. to Ireecni MarketDavis Sanford Hall Ca Muiielleum Oriental Ruq Co C. J. Motors Center
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Southern Truck Jacksonville Fish Co. Grece I Store Kings Barber Shop .r .ry Store Mr. Soloman Groc: Store: Sash t Door. Co
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Janet Chemical Co. Merck Drug Store Hart S and 19 International Business Machines! stab upend ...ulpm.nt Co. WalcoH Portrait Baldwin Lumber Co.
Oakland Sundries McGae Barber Shop Mr. Letter W Johnson Broad Street Cloaneri | I.rw.IV 1 : .1 Whaley Barber Shop Grumby and Reynolds
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Shady Oak Cabins Crlswell Tire Co. Trotter Gift Shop Slue Danube CJub: //isr i.srwM .. Service Station J. H. Churchwalt Co.
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Palms Machinery Co. Roland Restaurant teach Furniture Store ..:*Conwey Concrete Co JT 'FI lb. .f.... Duor' CleaneriLeunderland Thuran Corp
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