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: May 11, 1950
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33313438
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System ID: UF00028307:01742

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Headquarters of the Commander Flet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11

.po-. Pilot Of Famous Armed Forces

1919 Ocean HopIs

\... Visitor Here H Day Program Set

The man who piloted the -

first plane ever.to cross the Nation To Pay TributeTo

Atlantic, Rear Admiral Albert I T .
C. Read, now retired,
Services 20th
was a brief visitor at the Naval 4 R May

Air Station last Friday.
Admiral Read's visit was a '0pen House" at the Naval i-Air Station will be one of

most timelyone-coming almost the features of the huge program being arranged for the
.. on the eve of the 31st anniversary
observance of the nation's first Armed Forces Day, Satur-
historicflight May
8, 1919, from Rockaway, on L. I. to day, May 20-a day set aside to pay tribute to the membersof

Lisbon, Portugal,-the first plane the Armed Forces.
ever to span the vast waters of Military and civic officials in -
the Atlantic. the Jacksonville area as well as OriginaCufbac'kPartially
Motoring through enroute to throughout the nation, are pool
his home in Washington, D. C. ing their efforts for a widespread
Admiral and Mrs. Read were celebration with military and RestoredAt
house guests of Rear Admiral and civic organizations set to participate
in the proceedings. I
Mrs. Montgomery, CommanderFleet
Air Jacksonville. I : A giant parade to be held in Naval HospitalPart

Before leaving the base, Admi. FAMOUS AVIATOR VISITS-Paying a timely visit to NAS, downtown Jacksonville will also
ral Read stopped off to visit Cap I Rear Admiral Albert t. Read, (retired) who flew the NC-4 in its be one of the highlights of the of the cutback ordered
tain Frederic W.. Priestnian, day's program, which also in.
; historic 1919 flight across the Atlantic fathers with station personnel
... N ART U commanding officer. i during, his short stop last Friday. Left to right are, Lt (Or) eludes various window displaysand last February against the
Captain Priestman once servedas Frederic Spooner; Captain Frederic W. Priestman, commanding special speakers.Arrangements I Naval Hospital at NAS has
Admiral Read's flag secretaryand officer of NARTU who was once Admiral Read's flag secretary; : for "open house" been rescinded according to a -
aide from 1942 to' 1944 I !.t. Jack llestilow; Admiral Read; Lt. Bill Hall, Rear Adm.Alfred here at NAS are being carried out ,I report from Washington i
when the admiral ,was chief of; E. Montgomery, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Lcdr. Vic I under direction of Comdr. Wil- I which revealed that the localhospital's
the Naval Air Technical Training I Brodeur; Lcdr. Lemuel Tew and Lt. (jf) Frank Coghlan liam E. Kenna, officer-in-charge
Command. of the Overhaul and Repair ,department ; active capacity will
Flight Recalled Priestnian. Leave and projects officer of be fixed at 230 beds.
Captain To Base
A recapitulation of the factsS
the day. The station will be The original cut-back sliced the
of the' historic flight: across the
open to visitors all day on May
Naval here from 500
Atlantic, which is being recalled 20, with bus tours scheduled at Hospital
to 150 beds, but under the revised
along with other Naval Aviation After Long Tenure At NARTU
points of interest at regular intervals order issued by Defense Secretry
firsts during the month of May,
from 0800 until 1700. I
I Louis Johnson, the cutback has
show that Read, then a Lcdr.. leda
flight of three NC flying boatsin I Captain Frederic W.. Priestman, commanding officer of Jackson BOAT TRIPS, starting from the been partially restored. .
the Navy's first successfulspan ville's Naval Air,Reserve Training Unit since its commissioning in boat facility dock, are also on ,'I Up to late Tuesday afternoon, j jI
for visitors.
of the ocean. The three NC's April 1946, has received orders of transfer to duty in Washington, the day's agenda :I Capt. Dwight Wharton, comand- '
left Rockaway, Long Island, on D. C, in the office of the Chief of Naval Operations.In _. These will be made every half- I i ing officer o' the Hospital, had .
to plans.
hour according present
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his new duties, Captain no as yet
8, 919 for New
May Trespassey; I I John S,- Barleon, Jr., present A formal program has been I
foundland. The planes"were des Priestman will assume the title ; on the proposed change in bed '
NARTU executive officer, until outlined for t the afternoon, be-
ignated the NC-1, NC-3 anc\NC- of Coordinator, Naval Air Re- j status. 1'
the Arrival of the new command- ginning at 1400 with the showingof
4. serve, and he will relieve Rear i I. Effects of Re.Study :
Adm. I, M. McQuiston, who will i ing, officer sometime in July. a special Armed Forces Day "
_. With Lcdr Read in the NC-4 I Barleon movie the Mamside auditorium. The new order is believed to :
Comdr, is also scheduledto in
,. were Elmer Stone of the Coast becjme a member of he civiliancomponent's Following the movie a be the result of a re-study of the
from NARTU at ala.
Guard, Lt. W.alter Hunt, Ensign board to coordinate ter depart date. planned tour will be conductedwith case as recommended by a visit
H C. Rodd, 'Lt. James Breese activities between all Reserve visits to Overhaul and Repair ing congressional subcommitteewhich
and E: C. Rhoads, ADC. The NC. components of the Armed Forces. Unit Wins Recognition where exhibits of aircraft spent two days here in
.'. 1 and NC-3 were forced down at Captain Priestman will be detached During the Naval Air Reserve will be observed, and March studying: local hospital fa

, .ti ,. sea, but the NC-4, after a short from his present NARTU Training Unit's 'four year exist repair Operations where a display of cilities.In .
repair-stop at. Horta in the post Monday, May 15 and will ence under Captain Priestman it (Continued on Page 2)) its conference here the committee
Azores, landed in Lisbon, Port report to his new position on May I has progressed from the paper headed by Rep. Mendel
on May 27, 1919 the first 17. Temporary command of NAR- (Continued on Page ) Feature Rivers, (D-SC), met with hospital t
pane ev' to cross the Atlantic. i i ITU will. be assumed byr Comdr, I New Appears: and Navy officials to outline -
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In Today's Air News{''a restudy,a six-point of the program order pushing curtail
Derived Carnival.
516,000 From '
A new feature, "Short ,Chips;" I ing Navdl Hospital.
makes its 'first appearance in to.,1 The: congressional subcommittee \ -
day's- issue bt the Jax Air, News. I which conducted similar
Destined for Approved Charities The colu'mn1- contain! 'narrativeshorts hearings at other installations affected
2)z about 'golf, at the NAS by the fcut-back r I lent a

.. .. ._ ... course v > sympathetic ear tht'ougbouttheentire
. wa-s -- -- '
Approximately $16,000 ,
proceedings !
I lterdin.Marche, Jt
the proceeds<< are Community Also to be found inside the 14
realized from the first Navy Chest, 25 per cent; Navy..Relief, pages of the Jax Air News are x -;.t'
Carnival for charity held April I 20 per cent; Red Shield Club 15 national news of interest, station Initial Inspection .*, 1i1"/;
!28 and 29, it has been revealed per cent; March of Dimes, 15 per news, and two and one-half pages .
by officials. cent; Cancer Fund 5 per cent;, I of sports. Here's! what you'll find: In Whiles Is Held
I American Heart Society., 5 percent Breezes Page V I
J The total sum derived from the and 'Other charities,' 15 per Calendar of Events: Page 2 I It was the first inspection in "
carnival means that the approVed cent. Classified Bulletin Page 8 whites for station personnel whr
charities in the Jacksonville area Huge Success CPO Notes Page 5 mustered at the review in rank's
.which will receive the funds will Terr..ed as the finest undertak Divine Services Page 2 I last Saturday, two.photos of :,
benefit much more than had they ;!: ingot I.j kind ever staged here,''I Inside Public Works Page 4 I which are shown across the top ', ,
held their own separate cam- the carnival was a huge success, Parachute Loft Page 3 of the page, +
\\paignj aboard the station. with all hands, both military and I 7aT. Recreation Ashore Page 2 ,Captain Alvin I, Malstrom, commanding
X The two-day affair .was staged : civilian cooperating on all fronts.i t r J Report front Washington Page 2 officer of NAS inspects
f', :Idltstablish a central fund' from; The carnival received the gen Sports ? Pages 6, 7, 8 on the left while Rear Adm Alfred '''\:
which contributions to the approved I: erous support of thousands of cit. Supply Sidelights Page 5 E. Montgomery, Commander'
charitable organizationswill izens: of Jacksonville and adja-l Captain Priestnian I I Theatre Guide Page 8 Fleet Air Jacksonville, inspect
be drawn. To benefit from : (Continued on Pare I) Traffic Violations Page 2 ranks on the night

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 11 May-1950 I.

Jax Air News Report From Washington

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air Navy Enlistment t Requirements RelaxedPay 1

Station, Jacksonville, Fla.NAS, JacksonvilleCapt.

Comdr. Alvin, Porter I.F.Malstrom Bedell __Commanding.Executive Officer Officer In Advance On Change Of Stations _

Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear -- "
Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery __.._ __. Commander By Armed Forces Press Service ence and quarters allowance after October 1, \01/
Eleven Visual, dental, and height requirements' for 1949; and those who lost entitlement to allow-

Capt. George C. Montgomery Fleet Air_.Wine_...._._._..__ -.Commander enlistment in the Regular Navy have been re- ances when they ceased to qualify, but--re-
laxed to spur recruiting. qualifications mained in saved pay status.
._.... Chief Staff Officer
Comdr. Charles Robertson remain unchanged Many areas are without p M *

Naval Hospital waiting lists and have unlimited. quotas until A'recent Navy directive provides enlisted

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton._..__.._ Commanding Officer further notice. Navy and Marine Corps personnel may be
Capt. Guy E. Stahr -- Executive Officer paid a month's pay in advance on permanent
NARTU President Truman has nominated ArchibaldS. change of station, when the change is not incident

Capt. Frederic W. Priestman Commanding Officer Alexander for promotion from Assistant to separation or Court Martial trial. The ..
Comdr. John Barleon, ._.Executive Officer Secretary of the Army to Undersecretary. payment may be extended to three months' '

Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration During World War II, Mr. Alexander servedin basic and longevity pay, less, income tax,
Army Intelligence, and as supply chief for
Phone extension 8184. where circumstances warrant and on appro-
Headquarters, Seventh Army, and the Sixth val of the commanding officer concerned.
Editor-Andrew H. Planey
Staff Members-Chester Paschang, SN; Virginia Rogers, SN, Army Group. Such an advance pay arrangement has ap- ,
plied to commissioned and warrant officers
and Shirley Ritoch, SN. Fewer than 60 of 2,000 top-three-grade for some time.
The JAX AIR NEWS I. published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. Army non-corns in the European Command *
Jacksonville Florida I and printed commercially with non-app a e.gvfR
for because of
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS : who were eligible discharge The 376th Heavy Bombardment Group Vet-
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the pay disparity under the Career CompensationAct erans' Association will hold its fourth annual
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxiliary: \ Air Station, Cecil Field, and of 1949, requested release.
the U. S. Naval Hospital reunion at Detroit July 27, 28, 29 and 30. This
croup was one of the most decorated for World
The SAX AIR NEWS la a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Reproduction Naval and Coast Guard personnel applyingfor War II service in the USAF, holding 14 bat-
of material from these sources must bear a credit line. Republication the metal pendant authorized for wear
of eth-r matter, bv service publication Is prohibited without permission tle stars and three Presidential citations.
except with the Navy Commendation Ribbon have .
of Editor SAX AIR NEWS .
been advised that the pendant is not yet avail-
able for distribution. A "flying laboratory," a specially-equipped
: : ,, : H'" ;. _.: _' .:". B-29 capable of testing jet engines, radar, armament -
Legislation has been introduced in Congressto and other aircraft appurtenanceswhile
increase the number of Air Force three and in flight, will be a feature of the land-
I Calendar i four-star generals from 17 to 27. sea-air demonstration to .be held at' Boiling
AFB, Washington, D. C., Armed Forces ''Day,

l The House has passed and sent to the White ... May 20. .
Of Coming Events House a bill authorizing fliers who participated .
in the Berlin airlift to accept decorationsfrom Combined Armed Forces strength as of
France and England.: March 31, was 1,476,800, a decrease of 13,500
i'A from the February figure. The Army had a
The Army will make pay adjustments for strength of 603,100, compared with 607,700 at
i two classes of personnel subject to possibleloss February's end. Navy strength at the end of
\ br of allowances due to operation of the Ca-' March was 383,700 compared with 388,500 in
reer Compensation Act. Those affected are February. Marine Corps strength totaled 77-
personnel whose saved'pay status was termin- 700 in March compared with 79,500 in Feb-
ated and whose family allowances were dis- ruary. USAF's March strength was 412.300,
continued because of entitlement to subsist- compared with 414,600 at the end of February.

1 Quartermen Leadingmen I I r r

Here's a quick glance at what is in store in the way of> enter- ,

tainment at the Station within the next week or so.

Affiliate with Defense
FRIDAY, MAY 12th-Camp Lejeune's baseball team invades Dept.Editor's .
NAS for a game against Jax-Navy on Mason Field at 1600. '
( Note: The following Is a report submitted by the I
FRIDAY, MAY 12th-Variety Smoker for station personneWwill
Quartermen and Leadingmen Association of NAS to acquaint per:' ,
begin at 1900 in the Mainside Auditorium. Boxing bouts and other sonnel here with the workings, purpose and policy of the organization -

acts are on the program. ). I VISIT THE RED SHIELD .
SATURDAY, MAY 13th-The NAS aseballers play host to In keeping with the presenttrend I cum OVER BEACH & AIR
Stetson University on Mason Field at 1430. towards unification of the visory ratings of Quartermen and BASE BUS STATION OPEN

SWIMMING-The Station swimming pools are open from 1000 armed services and their facili- Leadingmen. 0930-2330 DAILY

to 2100 daily. ties, convention delegates of the I Members of Local No. 11 of
National Association of Quartermen THURSDAY, MAY 11TII
!\IOVIES-Consult Theatre Guide. Quartermen and Leadingmen Association -
and Leadingmen of Naval I'' NAS Jacksonville and 1 1930-Bowling, transportationfrom
Shore Establishments recently club. 20002100 dance class
--- vicinity attend meetings s once ,
PriestmanContinued voted to change the name of the i each month at a central location.l no charge, instructor, easy to
Capt I organizttion to "The National Association -i This local has enjoyed a healthy j learn steps. Television show- ".

from 1)) of Supervisors, Department -i increase In membership since its Kay Kyscr. Informal dancing.
( PaGe "
I of Defense. i
organization in 1943 and anticipates FRIDAY, MAY 12TII
work stage to the full-fledged It is believed that this is the I additional growth through 1930-Miniature golf, transportation *
training unit that placed secondin first organization of its kind to I affiliation of supervisory person- from club. In the club-
the annual competition among receive national recognition 'I nel employed by other defense, bunco party, prizes, partners. Fun
i the 27 activities of the nationwide through affiliation under the De- establishments and agencies in for all.
Naval Air Reserve Training partment of Defense. this area. -
0 0 Command for the past fiscal year. The association is found on the i SATURDAY, MAY 13TH

NARTU Jax trains over 200 Na- policy of cultivating and main-I Local No. 11 invites petitions who I OPEN HOUSE. Ping-pong,
from Defense
cordial relationship between shuffle board: Saturday night
val and Marine pilots and ground taining -
William :
members. -
wish to become
officers and nearly 800 enlistedmen all levels of supervisionand dance, 2000, music by Naval Air
Purcell of Lo-
L. president
who have earned the nick- management and to promotethe Station Band. .
cal No. 11 has expressed willingness -
mrncVIOLATIO welfare of service. National
name of "Weekend Warriors" due -' to with SUNDAY, MAY 14T1I
cooperate supervisorsof
to their method of training on officers were mandated, at' other Defense agencies who 1000-Java time. Open House.
week-end, and for a two-week the convention, with successful"enactment desire to organize under the De- 1400-trip to the zoo. 1730-Ves .
of 26 resolutions'
Fourteen motorists were given II active duty period each year. which are of vital importance to partment of Defense. Request for pers. 1800-Buffet supper. 1930- ..
these "Week- Television
Two squadrons of information or petitions should Community singing.
traffic violations,
tickets for all Defense supervisors.
end Warriors" have been awarded be addressed to Louis LeGrande, I show, games, newspapers, mag- .
aboard the station during the pe- Noel Davis trophies in the past Organization Growing Secretary Local No. 11, 1110 Cum. azines.
2 to May 8.Illegal for overall excellenceof Existing by-laws are rapidlybeing'tevised Fla. MONDAY
riod May two years and amended in or- berland Road, Jacksonville, ; MAY 15TII
Parking: C. L. Stone, performance by the Naval Air -xReporter -
der that a far greater representation 1930- Singing Wheels Club,
,: AMC: J. II. Nelson, AN; N. E. Reserve Training Command. of supervisory personnelmay I : "I've got the perfect transportation from cllb, in club,
Vaughn, AE1; R. D. Rees, AN; J. -x- become eligible for member- story!" -informal dancing, television
C. Haney, AM3; J. C. Gatlin, ship, which has previously been Editor: "Man bite dog?" shows, games. I
ADC; E. Gray, AN; T. W. Butler, $16,000Continued limited to personnel who had: Reporter: "No, a hydrant TUESDAY, MAY 1GTH

a AN; H. Shoemaker, Jr.Speeding served in the Group IVa super- sprinkled one." 1900-2000-Make a record, Jun.
G. H. Tomlinson, ( from Page 1)) ,
: ior hostess to assist. 2000-
_. _, __ ,, .. ,, ., square
A-AN and B. h" """," "' -
AO1; R. L. Quirk, cent communities. They poured n'" '" dancing, partners, caller, televis-
,. N. Field. through the open gates of the sta- ion show table games.WEDNESDAY .

Reckless Drh'inR./ Settles, tion to participate in the wide P : & : MAY 17TII
C/: SN, and R. O. Williams, ADAN.x 'variety of games, and entertain- \ : : : .. ; : Weekly party, floor show, informal -

-x- ment offered at the two-day fun dancing, door prize. .

,, For your convenience show-
Armed Forces carnival spirit and atmos- ers, checking service, S w i m

F phere prevailed at the affair. : trunks, typewriters, writing ma-
(Continued from Page 1) Good: crowds were in evidence 'S f terial, magazines.x.
typical aircraft and equipmentwill during both nights.In _

be arranged. addition to the fine entertainment ;$5 ;
of the tour will be
Brief stops provided, many fine I
'. made at other points' of interestas prizes were given away including DivinSelr'f '

well as the indoor swimming a Chryslyer New Yorker conver- .. t is
pool where exhibitions of equipment tible, a complete: motorboat, three a

used for training pilots In refrigerators, three electric CeS
survival tf sea will be witnessed. ranges, two washing machinesand e

NAS .JACKSONVILLE will corporate I two television sets.

air the local observanceof I' Plans are already being map-. At the :Station: Chapels
Armed Forces Day with'civic I ped for next year's carnival
leaders and organizations, and which is being planned on a larger -
V military personnel of the Naval I scale Proceeds will again be School.
i Hospital, Naval Station Green I used to support approved charit- 1015.-Services. Chaplain Charles -

Cove Springs, Florida Military I able organizations. A. Dittmar, All Saints Chapel
x the recruiting services, -- 0915 Hospital Services.
District, Chapel
National Guard. 1------- Minchew, u.1., .w h. "<\
"id the Air Chaplain John E. Hollingsworth.
chairmen named boat trips; Lcdr. Millard Snyder,
Committee Catholic
Daze refreshments, and Vernon Erickson ROCKET SLED AND TRIGGER SEATSpt't'ds up to 1,100
nclude Capt. Louis Chcnault R. AMC. movies.Lt. miles an hour} are obtainable with this boat-like sled. Built for the 0900-Mass, St. Edward's Chapel. -

boats: Lt.Comdr.Josephine David W. Wat-, Col. Arba L. Norton com- Air Force, It is used in supersonic ejection experiments on a two- I Chaplain Brian D. Mahedy
speakers; ; Sub committtee manding officer of the Marine mile railway at Edwards Air Force Case in California's Mojave 1100-Mass.OG45 .
km, officer Desert. The ejection seat I is triggered and tossed into the air while
ehairme named are Lcd Barracks, is military projects -Mass at Hospital Chapel.
the sled travels at high stieed. Instrume": ts record what happensto
George Null, dunker and dive ex- for the celebration, while Confessions, Saturday-1830 to
I' it and its dummy The sled's cockpit: simulates pilot's
F, Bedell, Nathan Mallison is directingthe passengers.
'hibition :tomdr Potter 1930.
; I F-83 all-weather interceptor, twin
Lcdr Edmund Foster, civilian participation for the compartment of the Scorpion
floats; Novena, Wednesday-1900.
? tow .Comdr We.vrr: first aid; I occasion. jet successor to the Black Widow night fighter

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It isn't often done by a beginner -' l 4-1Ilk.
but Comdr. Joe Weaver,
a divot-digger with less than two
months experience, scored a birdie -
on the difficult No. 8 hole of
the NAS golf course. Weaver was >" ,
going over the local course with "
Comdr. 'orter Bedell when he 4.,' ,: i '

birdied the dog-leg hole whichis '.' .', ., .\
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four. lot :'r< -
par {! AIA :
I Goll:; is All ; ''.:: "
; a very eas game. ..
''r you ve got to do is hit the ball dil
AWAITS PITCH-Ernest Ingle, shortstop for the CFO's Intra off the tee for 250 yards down I I ., .. "
mural Softball combo, is about to swing: at a high hard one tossed the fairway drop the next shoton
by varsity hurler Russ Cummings in a practice tilt. The varsity the green and putt the ball CLOSE PLAY-Fasron 109's Frank Fitzwater is tagged out at J
nine copped the fray 21-2. Into the hole.. Comdr. Fred Gage I home by Fasron Six's George Rogers in action during an Intra
commented: recently. Comdr. mural fray. Fasron 109 took the fracas, 7-6.

Gage had just played the first
Jax Navy Nine round of golf] in his life.
I FosloR 6 Volleybollerts
Capt. Frank Ward, who recently
departed from NAS, was
Grabs 4 In Row unfortunate in losing the last two
round of golf he played on the I Nana I Notional ,
Iocs''_ links. Ward and his part- e Tourney

Double triumphs over both Camp Gordon Ga. and Green ner l mdr C. H Turner were

Cove Navy started a four-game win streak for the Jax-Navy defeated by Rear and Admiral Comdr..Alfred Buz I I FASron Six's title-seeking volleyballers will be after National ..;.
Montgomery ,
baseballers who have evened their season's record at 13 wins, Borries in a best-ball match. The '' honors in Knoxville, Tenn. this week-end when they swing into action .
in the U. S. Volleyball Association's 20th Annual National
13 losses and two ties.- winning duo scored an except I' Championship Tournament.
Th local nine was scheduled to ionally low 74, two over par for I
meet a visiting camp Lejeune er Webb his third victory of the the eighteen-hole layout I gional Representing and inter-state 48 states champion, 22 re. elude Isaac Finnell, captain;

combo on Mason Field yesterday season. I ren Sti:ren, Carl ,
r Braces of runs in both the When Lee High School and ship teams will compete in the
evening in the first of two scheduled Charles Messimer, John
three which
home tilts against the Ma. first and fourth frames were Bolles military Academy met on Knoxville day tourney beginsat Haines Cunningham, Willie War:1:1
rine team. The second fray enough tallies to give Jax-Navy a the NAS links for a team match, I'' Friday. win, Tom Abbott, Ralph I
against Camp Lejeune will be 4-1 victory over the Camp Gordon Lee golfer Billy Haas, son of I FASron Six, which is the only han and Bob Weber.
. Friday evening at 1600 on the nine in an earlier tilt last I Chief Haas, shot 41 going out anda service team Competing and the
local apple orchard. week. par 36 coming in to take top only.Aggregation representing the I -x- ;
. BE'cke1'scattered five hits over honors in the meet. Not bad fora I, state of Florida, will be one of
Today, the NAS nine is play I }
but eased in lad In his mid-teens. the first teams on the court. The Skee'imcn Cop .
eight innings, up I
ing at Eglin Field. Other games j local souad Des .
opens against
the ninth and the Camp Gordon I A BIT OF ETIQUETTEWhenon
schedule. within the next few ,
Moines Iowa :
Friday morning.
days af< Stetson University hereat horsehiders garnered four safe I a golf course a good thing to :
1430<* turday; Brunswick, Ga., ties to score their only run of I practice is consideration for golf- Los Angeles Favored : Service Title
Arco Club at Brunswick Sun the game. I ers following in your wake. Even though Los Angeles Y M. ,
day; and Stetson University at C. A, 1-st year's thampion is a I Paced by sharpshooter Wayne ,
Deland Fla. next week Tuesday. 4 Clubs Hold Clean SlatesIn pre-tourney favorite, the local Eddington, who broke OB out of
- Bob Becker, one of coach Mc FASron combo is being recognized I a possible 100 clays, the Jax- ,
Caffrey's ace moundsmen who i by other competing teams, as I Navy skeet team captured the ...
has won five games in seven Intra-Mural Softball a strong contender for the Na- Service rown in the State skeet
starts, slid into a flashing spike at ,, tion's top volleyball honors. I shoot at Daytona Beach, Fla.,
third base last week and suffered At the close of four rounds of Bolstering the Navy team, is a I last week.
. a'hand injury but is expected to play in the station Intra-mural ) thFSron 109 combo edged out former West Coast star, Russell I Ken Pcndergras and Bill Art-
return to action this week-end. Softball tournament last Thurs mighty FASron Six 7-6 when the Cummings. Cummings, who is in hur each tallied 97x100 scores
Duvall Wins First day, Ordnance and Gunnery, latter team's ace chucker Dean VA-15, has been drafted by the while Nick Gallitano posted 'a
Jake Duvall won his first victory FASron 109, Security and Hospital Miller suffered an injury on his FASron Six team for tournament 96 and Herb Pistole finished
of the season as he hurled remained undeTeated-m com- throwing hand. play. with a 93.Pendergras. .
five-hit ball to pace Jax-Navy petition. Fleet Air Wing 11 downed VP. Besides capturing the Jackson- hit 50 straight birdsIn
to its recent 7-1. triumph over I Ordnance and Gunnery, with a 3, 7-2, the same day while Ord- ville All City-County crown last the shoot-off for top honors in ;'
Green Cove Navy.The 4-0 record was sharing the top nance and Gunnery defeated VF year, the local combo took run. i the Class B 20-gauge champion-
sailors garnered
local Nichols Green spot in the American League 11, 10-3; O&R toppled VF-171, ner-up honors in the Florida ships after he had tied :for :first 5,
.ight hits off Al to score, three with FASron 109, undefeated in 9.5k' and Operations Flight Line I'' State AAU Championships.Other place in the regular shooting
three games. a forfeit from VA-15.: members of the team in with a 95x100 score. ,.,
times in the initial inning, twice
_ in the third frame ana two more In the National circuit, Security
.. in the fifth. Green Cove scored held a 4-0 slate for first place
once in the fifth. while Hospital boasted a 3-0 rec
Joe Gushanas, lefthand hurler, ord.
played in left field against the NAUTU was toppled from the
Green Cove team and led the lo- i unbeaten ranks last Thursday
cal batting parade with two when the Chief*Petty Officers ex-
singles',and a sacrafice bunt in ploded at the plate to defeat the 7 OR
four trip:: James tWoolbnght ,and reserves 17-13

Dick,;Clark, fIlcl1 c fleeted. ,I jw4. The same afternoon, VF-13
.. hits In- four"1(1 a 4-1 defeat to
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.AnI lL.. nine ,

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ground, .
with the locGushanaa .
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hit hurlmffiWhiiV, .tlsc:' of e
men tagged Green ,Co.< tt',
Krokroski for fourteen saeUC', 3In' thr; d .
Chuc: Webb, lead-off batter, Thursday, the first "LIeUt, :' 'rtr
scored tl first run of the game defeated VF-12, 17-3, for its first
he singled into right field win in four starts J
.when second and came home on In competition last Tuesday
a single off the bat of Don Manning ILL Ta

local centerfielder. NAS I
scored twice in the fourth four i Tars'Engage I
times in the fifth, two runs in
the seventh one in the eighth I
i and thre; in the ninth to completely Macon Tonite:'
dominate the Covemen I
Defeat Camn Gordon Twice Hal Gruber's Jacksonville Tars
Charles Webb, gave up seven play host to the front-running ,
hits while on the mound for Jax- Macon Peaches! tonight at the'
Navy against Cnmp Gordon's Myrtle Avenue ball park in the
Army'nine last Thursday, but finale of a four-game series between +> a :
the loal team's booming bats the two rivals Game time' t
collected thirteen safeties to assure is 2015. rKr

a 15-4 victory After tonight's fray the Tars go | n Cry djP tyr 14{<& ; r
The NAS nine scored in every on the road for five days, ; c > o
inning but the seventh while the ing next Wednesday May return-I I
visitors notched one run in the open a five-day home -
'. seventh and three in pn eighth Grubermen meet Savannah here, I
immrt: rally. on May 17 and 18, then take op UNDEFEATED NINE-Fasron I09's unseated softball club ha* chalked: up a record of three
":lark and Keith Churchill each the Greenville Spinners in a single victories in station intramural softball play. Team members are left to -Iftht, front row Bill Ready,
tagged Cordon's: Eddie Seymourfor games on May 19 and 20 and Frank itswater, Michael Towers, Hector, 'llaron rind Wallace Sturdivant. Back row Richard Little, J'
three hits in four trips to the I a doubleheader on Sunday May j Clarence Askew Henry Ray, Bill Ztrafoos\and Robert Gabcl. lJissingfrom the photo are Tom Don*.
.olati The win rave local chuck- 21. ahue, Tom Hodgson, and Howard May!! '

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FOR SALE ; sr LArvuDENMAR'k Suffers Initial Setback

House & 100'x100' lot in Mt. Dora. ,

Partly furnished, $4,000. Chief I __
Oren, 1014 Barin St. Ext. 454. I '
? s OLANO i Knocked from heir undefeated perch in the City ..
FOR RENT League by Sargent Seat Covers 2.1 last Monday evening, the NA.varsity "
: Lg. bdrm., twin beds pvt. home. + T' LITHUANIA sof.tballers will go., after wip number seven when they f
Mrs. Wehner, 2777 Park .St. V Ib. CoPen Bollix $tM.Imo. with Happy's Sport Center at Lackawanna Park tomorrow evening -.1

2 rm. furn. ,apt., $12.50 wk. Mrs. \ in a nightcap! tilt! which b gi.ns.at 2130. '
Miller, 2031 Herschel St. Ph. II melocal nine recorded us.
76023. gsr iisalleh.q.n borq perMrOtN \ sixth triumph in succession last 1 j team;;h-DQn1 Sayino, star

t Furn. apt., 2 bdrm., living rm., -' e KIUNINGRA \ Friday by !downing the O&R Civilians shortstop broke his right elbow
$50 mo. in Ortega. Mrs. Miller, 7.3.Its .6-1 record is still 'I while sliding' into second base on
2854 Corinthian Ave. Ph: 2. untoppe.d in the city loop. Next the last' play of the game. The

H' '4178. I tu.b.ctt E C.ywTi. Q c 1 M.., enh.gen \ Wednesday, the local team will loss, of Savino will leave a big
Rm. for civ, worker, conven. to ,battle ,the C.W.A nine at, Lacka- hole behind second'and third:
NAS. Mrs. Lee Schultz, 1447 wanna Park. Game, time will be Coach Carver hasn't named his<< oJ. "
Avondale AVe. Ph. 2-5930. 2000. replacement yet If is hoped that

Bdrm. & kit. privileges. Francis tr.m.nx Coach. Dick Carver and his the able shortstop will be able to

Newman, 4508 College St.,Murray boys not only lost the game to return ,to action befpre All-Navy.
Hill. Ph. 86634. GERMANYI Sargent Seat Covers Monday, buta I competition. begins.

Furn. bdrm. & use of kitchen, greater blow was dealt to the Suffer :First Setback .. -
.... Ed Bucherich hurled.. four-nit
near Edgewood shopping cen BERLIN'O r, 'WARSAW --- ---
ter. Mollie Hertzman, 3338 Ran table ball for" NAS in Monday's fray,
dall. Ph. 8-9192. : Tennismen but timely hits by Tommy Bishop .

S & 4 rm. furn. apts., Jax Beach. WHERE RUSSIA BUILDS ARMED CAMP--Shadd: area along and Jess Petty paced the Seat

,' Mrs. Neville, 114 12th Ave. S. j 600 miles of Baltic sea coastline is territory involved in Russian To Hold' Finalsin Cover nine to its 2.1 win:
Ph. 2-5986 I fortification system. Some key spots Include:((1)) Schwerin, loca- Sargenls' J a c H. Culveyhouse
Furn 1 bdrm. house on river, 3 i tion of Soviet Marine and plane engine workshops; (2)) former drew a walk in .the fourth inning
mi. from gate. $75 mo. Stone, ferry lanes between Germany, Denmark and Swedtn, now sealed stole second base and came
Eldridge Ave. & St. Johns Riv ,1-off; (3)) Warneumuende, sub and torpedo center,; (1)) Rostock, Singles PlayCharlie for the first score when Petty
er. Ph. Orange Pk. 2784. shipyard and rail center; (5) Arndstrasse highway between Stet- I singled The second and
4 rm. turn apt. Mrs. Hamilton, 461 | "tin and Swindmluende; (6)) Boizenburg, site of engine plants; (7) i'Redti'bbet i and''Aquilla run came in the fifth when pitch.
Merrimac Ph. 20864 after 1800. Stettin, major Navy base; (8)) Schwinemuende; hdqrs. 2 rm. turn apt. Mrs. Grove,, 4633 Baltic fleett; (91' Deep, site of Radar station; ((10) Kolberg! bridgehead fast-serving artists, will 'battlefor second base assisted by an error t
the station
Wheeler Ave. Ph. 24275. 1 in fortification system; ((11)) Henkenhagen, seaplane base; singles table-ten and scpred on a single off the bat
24' trailer, sleeps 4. Ruth Mul- ((12)) Kalingrad, railroad terminal; (13): Memel, sub harbor and nis championship in a threeoutoffive of Bishop
vowney, Butts Trailer Court, ((11)) station. match at the Physical
Insterburg, experimental arms The NAS
varsity nine scored
Yukon, Ph. 23775. I "' ._ __ Training Office, Building 930, its lone run in the sixth lnnin'gwhen

Corm rm. 'in pvt. home. Ph.Mrs.2- Con er-Haas In DeadlockFor this The evening"nels at match 1600. will write Dick Bradley, George Tir

r -Brooks 3129. 4740. Arapahoe.. : finishto the station snglps-tour: out pak and Jack Boyei.each banged(
",.. MISCELLANEOUSWanted ; 1st Group Ringer PlayA nament since. Aril has 27. ,A been doubles underway affair Bucherich Allows Lone Single
Jeannette One-hit relief hurling Buch
job as baby sitter is scheduled to begin soon, by ,
Stewart, 1147B Allegheny erich gave the local nine its 7J:
final computation str.okes, -- -- -'- ------ --- Tibbet .battled his way through
St., NAS. Co-winners in the Second triumph over the O&R Civilianslast
handicaps and par figures last four Other opponents in the ear.:
'Baby sitter, Cecile Bowen, .2031 i week revealed that Andy Conner j Group were Earl Reed and Andy Tier rounds of the tournament Friday evening* at Lackawan-
Herschel St. Ph. 7-6023. and Haass co-winners while Allen reached :.ne finals by na. -
Billy were
1 Leschak with identical net 64's.
to help with Sam AJexander'starfPtt'on the '.
Wanted 3 passengers in the First Group of the Men's way' .of a default after chalking
; i
Vic Middleton mound for NAS but the
driving and expense en route was runnerupwith Civilians
I Ringer tournament held through up three victories in the' first,
to Yakima, Wash about June a n't 66. tagged him for two hits includ
second and
i the month of April with identical quarterfinals rounds.
2. Mrs. Lane, 2938 Yale St. Ph. net scores of 59. i. Third Group honors went to S: ; Hot Semi-finals ing a home run byJack, Plew, in
29852. I ,t A. Fuhring with a'net 71 while In his semi-finals duel, Tibbet the first inning and Bucherich
sitter Both of the top divoVdiggers'l ,' was sent in to finish the frame
Wanted, position as baby in Bush Bringle Frank Lusk and I
; outoointed veteran "slammer" ,
r ,. evening. Mrs. Driver. 4505 Bir- l finished, with a final total of 63 'Paul Hendrix tied for runner) Ace Woolbright in a match which I and hurl the rest of the game.
kenhead. Rd. Ph. 8-5195 after but handicaps of four accounted : up honors with net 75s. i ij went the full three-game distance. ,1 The local batsmen collected .
| for their 59 tally Their scores on \ eight hit off O&R chucker Bill P
1600. Ray Sampson won the Fourth ,: Tibbet took the first 21-17 I
game ,
each individual hole were as follows
Luciw to' three the
Wanted 2 riders from downtownto Class trophy with a net 68 while but dropped the second tilt 16-i score runs in
1600. Row 224 : fourth, three in the fifth
NAS, 0730 till more
St. Ext. 432. j Par out 5 4 3,4 5 4 S 4 4 Frank McClurg came in second j 21 to his game opponent. The rubber I and a lone run in the ,sixth inning
r Market
with net of 71.
wife two Conners 433T53335Haas a tally j. game was an extra-points af 1 '
Wanted officer and or
432353335 Tronhies will be awarded' to fair with' Tibbet finally
in | winningl Frank Girardeau the locals
women to share expense I paced
M to El Mrs. Par in 444444354-72 the winners at a near date, and': out 26-24. Tibbet I' .at the plate with two singles
driving PasoJTexas.
Elliott, 2834 Grand Ave., Or- Conners 33533425 3- 63 :, plans are already underway 'for I Weber 21-19 'and 21.14, in his in four trips.ChurchliTHHs".
Haas 3 3 5 3 34 3 :; 3 -63 another Ringer tournament to.bei I quarterfinals match after down I I
tega. Ph. 2-7622. stroke handicaps w.ere I held in the near future. ing Bill Molonskie 21-15, 22-24
Single '
---x- I and 21-16 in the second round.: i .338
given on the fifth, ninth, twelfth -xThis -
: ThealrGuide and seventeenth holes,- judgedto over His opening Tommy round Tombler victory, 21-12 was 14- 'i
be the toughest on the course. I To Dominate BattersPrior
u. 21 and 2112.
Runners-up honors in the First Question Allen took a default from Charles !, to meeting Camp Lejuene '.
Group were shared by Bill Foulk Webb in the semi.finalsafter I. on Mason Field yesterday evening
and Leo Marchel who each registered Little Easier I I
,. defeating Jack Duncan 21.18, 21-. the Jax-Navy baseballers
STUDENT OFFICER'S j I, net 60's.. I 17, in his quarter-finals match. I were' in 28 games and Keith
AUDITORIUM I The Jax Air News has He scored over Pete Oleynick, 3J.1 Churchill, rightfielder, was lead

MOVIES: WEEKDAYS, 1730-2000 Tennis stumped the experts and narya 9, 21-11;. and Don Kiester, 21.11' ing the batting parade with a
:r WEEKENDS: 1430-2000 i Navy Tourney soul supplied the correct answers and 21.15 in two earlier matches. I .338 average. .. t:
I to the Sports Quiz: contest -
Close Matches Hurler Charles Webb in
1 + "Military Academy," with the : Commences!: July 16 i iI questions for last week. The results of all four rounds front with a .278 last week, but
10th Avenue Gang and Lloyd Ty- Answer to last week's two-. of the tournament follow* is now in third with a .244 average -
Jer' Elimination tournaments i n part question "How much playing Seml-finals-1'ibbet over Wool. '
FRIDAY, MAY 12th fight area and Fleet commandsare time is there in a game of bright 21-17,* 16-21, 26-24; Allen Churchill, who has played in
Smoker. No movie.SATURDAY I retting: underway to deter.'I. lacrosse' and what is the pitch over Webb with default. 20 games, garnered 24 hits in 71
MAY 13th mine participants for the All ing distance for men and women Quarter-finals Tibbe't over times-at bat.. .
a "The Accused," featuring Loretta Navy tennis championship which on.. a standard horseshoe Weber 21-19, 21.14; Allen over '! Jerry Livingston, who has con- '
Young.SUNDAY. j will be held the week court" are (a) 60) minutes andb Duncan 21-18 21.17; Woolbright i verted from second base to the.
9" t' MAY 14th July 16 at the U. S. berlnnln'l ( ) 40 feet for men and 30 feet over Kidd 21.16, 22-20; Webb catching position, Js second in the

"Fighting Man of Plains," starring emy. for women. Very simple-just over Hale on defa lt. batting lineup with -a .260 .ave
Randolph Scott Two singles players and one calls for a little research Second Round Woolbri ht rage. Bob Becker, a righthand r
MONDAY, MAY 15th doubles team from each of the This week's'question is not a over Franke 21.14, 21.17; Kidd hurler, is fourth with a 242.

"Kill the Umpire," with Wil- command groups are to be selected hard one if you know your over Lucousky, 21-18, 21.19; James Woolbright, who sportsa
ham Bendix. for the final elimination tour I baseball. Weber over Paterson 21.19, 21.16; .117 batting average, is leading
TUES.-WED., MAY 16-17 ney. These will be in addition to I "What*two pitchers had the Tibbet over.M lonsk1?, .21-15, 22- in the RBI division with 14 to
"Secret Fury," featuring Claudette eight members of the 1949 Navy lowest earned-run average in Kee'han.24 21.16 Webb default Me- his credit. -

Colbert. team. 1949 Jn the Americari and National G, AITRHRBfAr.
_x-' I All-Navy tennis championship I I leagues irsp tpveiy1) ? I Duncan default over Livingstonand Churchill., :20 71'14 H U5.338:

,;' AlUdwi Calif. (AFPS) rX' I(participants will ,be, eligible' t. ?', "; ttl( .ns".r w1DeI' 21.11, Allen over Oleynick. 21-9, ..w Livingston'." ,, ,..'.;:HlfTtTv, t,a.wlJ': .260

husky, musically minded burglaris represent the Navr.J,, tb, .Jot ofHe'(: >'i <..1betr .j--* '-v* .' .' .
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over 'Daley, default; Allen Wojecik 7 22 4 3 1 ,138 '
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1 uIi Oleynick over Paschang 22-20, I 15 44 45 1 .114
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