Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 18, 1950
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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I'" Open House, Big! Parade Headline Saturday's, Program!! i.

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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet__u Air_____Jacksonville__ __ ,_Commander___ __ ___Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District_ and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11

I Armed Forces Day Saturday I

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Program .. :
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Is Scheduled

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'For Occasion

x Observance

tkr 3) NationwideOpen i
House at the Naval .

... Air Station and a

gigantic parade in down-

tow n Jacksonville will i 1

.. highlight the local observ- !! I

ance of the first Armed ;

l Forces Day Saturday, as I II NAVY
MARINES. Symbol Of Sea Might
Proud FightersPresident's I grateful citizens through \

the nation tribute'
-- --- pay
I to members of all armed "We Give Thanks" '

ProclamationWHEREAS I services. :;' That Unto
Liberty Bequeathed Us
I The giant parade, which
k commences at 1030, will fol-I
I low the line of march throughJacksonville's May Be Continued Unto Our ChildrenArmed
the Armed Forces of The United States serve the
Nation with courage and devotion both in war and in peace; and downtown section -
WHEREAS the Armed Forces, as a unified team, are currently per- It is expected to be one Forces Day; Prayer
forming, at home and across the seas, tasks vital to the security of of the largest in the city's
the Nation and to the establishment of a durable peace; and history. Lord God of Hosts, in whom our fathers trusted : We
WHEREAS it is fitting and proper that we devote one day each The parade will include I give Thee thanks for all Thy servants who have laid down
.. year to paying tribute to the Armed Forces as the servants and pro- I
tectors of our Nation: 'bands from the services and their lives! in the service of our country. Unite all the people

Now, therefore, I, Harry S. Truman, President of the United Duval 'county schools, plus I of this nation in a holy purpose to defend the freedom
States of America, do hereby proclaim that Saturday, May 20, 1950 numerous civic organizations I II and brotherhood for which they lived and died. Grant, we
shall be known as Armed Forces Day; and I invite the Governors of and military units and equip-I
the States, Territories, and possessions to issue proclamations calling 1 I ment. More than 100 aircraft !, beseech Thee, that the liberty they bequeathed unto us
t:+" for the celebration of that day in such manner as to honor the I may be continued to our children and our children's i I
Armed Forces of the United States and the millions of veterans who will fly overhead as the parade I II
have returned to civilian pursuits ,moves through the streets. i children. .
As Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of the United Open House here at NAS
0 God our Father, we commend to Thy keeping all the
States, I direct the Secretary of Defense and the Secretaries of the will feature tours speeches, I II
Army, Navy, and Air Force to mark the designated day with appro- men and women serving our country in the Armed Forces
priate ceremonies, and to cooperate with civil authorities and civic I displays and demonstrations and win for the whole world
land air that
bodies in suitable observances. (I with the station open to visitors I by sea, they a
I call upon my fellow citizens to display the flag of the United I from 0800 to 1700. just peace, and that the sacrifices which they offer for our
States at their homes on Armed Forces Day and to participate in : Varied Program Planned country's cause may be acceptable in Thy sight, and that
exercises of our recognition of the skill, gallantry, and uncompromising -
devotion to duty characteristic of the Armed Forces in carry- 1 The Navy, NARTU and the an entrance into Thine eternal peace may, by Thy pardon
ing out of their missions. ''Army Organized Reserve ing grace be open unto them.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused Corps have combined their
the Seal of the United States of America to be affixed. efforts in arranging the dis- And Thine shall be the glory forever and ever.

Signed HARRY S. TRUMAN play of weapons, aircraft and Amen.AIR .

technical equipment to be ..-..
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One of the features of the l '.,
,day's program at the stationis .J ,
a tour of the giant Overhauland "'- ;
Repair department shops
where the entire process of r .
aircraft moving through the I
tiS shops will be traced. A display -I I
of every type of planeat j k5
the station will be held in I
i tile hangar area near the Op-
erations building. Special Yb'
movies will be shown at 1400
s Mainside auditorium.
General Speaks
f. Also to be viewed by visi-

... tors is a demonstration of an
APS-4 mobile radar unit, operations -
x I of the link trainer, a
pyrotechnic display of ammunition "

emergency signals,
f- flares and foam fighting .
equipment, and pilot's sea survival -
I and rescue equipment.
I Boat rides on the St. Johns .
'river will also be offered to 55

,guests. Buses operating on
: Half hour schedules will convey
/I" ''1
i visitors to the various exhibits -Wfoa
and displays. Snack
bars and mobile food units
ARMY i t Quean Of Battle* I I will provide food to guests FORGE a s ''i Air Mastery !
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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 18 May, 1950


Jax Air NewsPublished -' Report From Washington

Station. Jacksonville. every, Fla.Thursday for Navy activities at Naval** Air WW 2 Promotion Failures Given ReviewFrench

NAS, JacksonvilleCapt.

Comdr. ,Alvin Porter I.F.Malstrom Bedell Commanding Executive Officer Officer Military Men Begin Study In U. S. .

Fleet Air Jacksonville -

Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery .__...... .. ... ___Commander By Armed Forces Press Service two plants, effective July 1, 1950. The move ,J
Fleet Air Wing Eleven Legislation has been introduced in Con- will result in increased joint use of equipment ...
Capt. George C. Montgomery Commander gress authorizing review of the records of Na- and space.

Comdr. Charles Robertson.._..__... ...Chief Staff Officer vy officers who falied to advance in grade .
Naval during World War II, to determine if error, Zone of Interior Army Commanders will
Hospital delay, oversight or injustice was the June 7 and
hold a conference at the Pentagon
Capt Dwight J. Wharton.____ .Commanding Officer .
Capt. Guy E. Stahr.__..... Executive Officer 8, to discuss current Army problems with
Naval Reservists must remain active in
Gen. J. Lawton Collins, Chief of Staff. At-
NARTU the Reserve Program to continue eligibility. tending will be commanders of the six Army
Capt. Frederic W. Pr estman.- .Commanding Officer for the Naval Reserve Medal under a direc- Areas, the Military District of Washington .
Comdr. John Barleon.. ___ _.. ....Executive Officer
tive which becomes effective July 1, 1950. Any and the Commandants of the various staff
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration break in continuity will cancel previous sen- schools.
building. Phone extension 8184. iority toward the ten-year requirement for receipt *

Editor-Andrew II. Planey of the medal.* The Navy has modified aircraft marking
Staff Members-Chester Paschang, SN; Virginia Rogers, SN, specifications to authorize painting the word .
and Shirley Ritoch, SN. National Guardsmen now may qualify as "Navy" or "Marines" in large letters on botk
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. expert Infantrymen and win eligibility to sides of the fuselage and the under surfaceof
Jacksonville, Florida I and printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat wear the Expert. Infantryman's. .Badge. left wings.
no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS F-35. Rev '
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the A Women's Interservice Athletic Leaguehas *
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field and Duty Status is now authorized for Euro-
been formed
Washington to integrate
the U. S. Naval Hospital. .
athletic programs of servicewomen in the pean Command military personnel delivering
The JAX AIR NEWS 1s a member of the Armed Forces Press Sen'Ice. Re- Capital area. Representatives of each Ser- automobiles to ports of embarkation for au-
production of material from these sources must bear a credit line. Republication
thorized shipment, or picking them up after
of other matter, except by service publications is prohibited without permission vice will hold membership.
of Editor JAX AIR NEWS.Captain shipment frpm the U. S. Previously, person-
Approximately 150 French Army, Navy nel picking up or delivering cars at ports-
and Air Force personnel arrived recently at were required to use leave time.
Priestman Holds Norfolk, Va., for assignment to U. S. military .'
I training schools as part of the Mutual De- The Air Force's Extension Course Depart-
fense Assistance Program ment, formerly part of the Continental Air
Final NARTU InspectionIn Command, has been transferred to jurisdiction -

The Army, Navy and Air Force will con- of the Air University, and redesignatedUSAF
one of the most impressive solidate six field printing plants in the Og- Extension Course Institute. The new I
change-of-command ceremoniesseen Thanks Men den, Utah, and San Antonio, Tex., areas into address is Gunter AFB, Montgomery, Ala.
here in a long time, Capt. At the close fo the inspection

Frederic: W. Priestman, command- ceremony,which was taperecorded squadron as an associate vclu> "' J
ing officer of NARTU Jax since
and re-broadcast by radio sta- I teer. We understand he teaches*
ItV'U established here in
July down at the University of Flori-
1946, passed on the reigns of) his tion WMBR, the departing da and flys his own airplane.
.. command to Comdr. John S. Barl NARTU skipper read his orders of WeekendWincfTafk All Seaman Recruits in the

eon, Jr., last Sunday. transfer before making his final squadron who wish to take the )
Saddened by the departure of remarks to his men. eight weeks training cruise start-
their skipper, the only one In making his final speech Cap- Notes ing June 19 should contact Chief
NARTU has had, men of the unit tain Priestman thanked his men Hector Williams in the NARTU ,-
bade Captain Priestman farewelland for their loyalty and support and from O-2 Prrsonnel Office.
vice versa as he moves on to congratulated them for the honors Preparations are being; made
higher command in the Naval Air they had brought upon NARTU f for the annual cruise which this
Reserve Program, going to the of- and themselves with their own In- RIfflRTU year will be held at Norfolk, Au-
fice of the Chief of Naval Operaon.'TheGi'e dustrious efforts.At gust 12-25th. Officers and men
are urged to make plans to par-
the close of his address he
CV FASRon 741 Welcome, manship training a new incentive ticipate as this will count a lot
moved into ranks and
personally aboard *o John S. Gaster, PII has been added for Seaman Recruits towards the Noel Davis Trophy
shook the hands of in
every man The rate designation seems to I to stick with it and qualify which we won last year and hopeto
ranks, many of whom were with
stand for pie inspector, but 11 t as AA without missing a drill keep.
the outfit when it
was first formed -
for at least six months proceed The following Lieutenant JG'shave
really means that Gaster is a ;
Guide : at Cecil Field in April of 1946. first elms printer. We hear that ing the date of qualification. To been promoted to the rankof

he can do a good job of printing help them celebrate the occasion Lieutenant: Norman L. Dixon;
MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM with a typewriter, and so his an all clay flight to Key West and Paul C. Hoffman; Mark Hulsey,
MOVIES: WEEKDAYS, services will be most welcome in return is arranged to take place, Jr.; Robert E. Lambert; Sylvester -
1730-2000 Divine the administration offices. JackR. usually on the Sunday drill fol- J. Mehringer; Orvall D. Men-
WEEK-ENDS, 1430-200 Yawn, AMS2, also checked in lowing the drill period in which. dehall; Edward W. Nelson;
THURSDAY, MAY 18 for the first time with the squadron they qualified. Clemons and Stal- Homer C. Ragsdale Jr.; MerdithC.
"Outcast of Mesa," with Charles ServicesAt during this drill period. vey took off, with Lt. (jg) Whit- Shaw; and William II. Snell-
Haven't learned much about Jack worth piloting, in a TBM last ing. Congratulations are in order '.
Starrett.FRIDAY, MAY 19 yet but since metalsmiths are Sunday morning. A beautiful for these officers and next drill
"No Sad Songs for Me," featuring now required to qualify In hydraulics trip, especially that part out over we will be looking for the cigacs.
Margaret Sullivan. the Station Chapels we hope he knows his the Florida Keys. Next drill for VP-741 will be
SATURDAY, MAY 20 Protestant oleos. Our administrative personnel June 10th and 11th All officers
i The Unconquered," starring 0930-Sunday School. Subject to final Bureau appro- have had some trouble from drill and men are urged to be presentas
o? Gary Cooper and Paulette God- I 1045-Services. Chaplain Char- val, the following men succeededin period to drill period because of we want to boost our attendance -
r- dard. les A. Dittmar, All Saints Chapel. getting one rung higher on some papers and things not stay- I to 100 per cent.
SUNDAY, MAY 21 0915-Hospital Chapel Services. the ladder leading to Admiral: ing put. This made it hard to take
"The Gun Fighter," featuring Chaplain John E. Hollingsworth. James F Burnes to ADEC; He is up immediately where certain Vast ProgramContinued
Gregory Peck. Catholic due for a dunking, isn't he? paper work projects were left off.
MONDAY, MAY 22 Henry W. Wells, Jr., to AOU1; The FASRon metalsmiths have from Page 1)
"Beauty on Parade," with Robert 0900-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL Willie E. Dobbs to ADE2; RobertG. come to the rescue and constructed (
Hutton. Chaplain Brian D. Mahedy Schultz to YNT1; Winston D. (in one day), 25 lock bar assemblies throughout the day.
TUESDAY, MAY 23 1100-Mass. Black, William H. Clemons Jr., for installation on those Another highlight of the
Dance to Shep Fields and orchestra 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel and William W. Stalvey completed desks assigned to the O-2 squad- observance here at NAS will
at 2000.WEDNESDAY. Confessions, Saturday-1830 to seaman training and qualifiedas rons. Those boys remind me of
MAY 24 be an address by Brig. Gen.
Airman Apprentice. the Sea-Bees. Show them what'sneeded
"The Skipper Supplies His 1930.Novena x and they come up with Frederick A. Irving, chief of
Wife," starring Robert Walker. Wednesday-1900. the problem solved.
IN CONNECTION with sea- the; career management group,
-.- I "'" general staff, Washington, "D.
TilE DOPE published in last
W months column about this falls C., who will speak at a luncheon -
4 training cruise needs some modi- at the Officers' Club at
? S.J fications. The trip to Saufley 1200.
'S ry: Y Field near Pensacola will start The Army ORC, which has
-1 sooner and last longer than origi-
recently moved to the south
nally scheduled. The departuredate
____' is now set for 1300, September end of the Air Station, will .
; 1' : 2, and return on September open its display with a retreat
; 10. This should turn out to be a at 1600 in its area. Cadets
most interesting and instructive
from Bolles School along
training period, with some fun
'. ,S also involved. See you June 11 with the band, will participatein
and 12.VP741. the retreat Infantry weapons -

Chief Dan O'Leary ,- artillery pieces, and armored
made the local headlines twice in equipment will be on
recent weeks. He was elected 3rd .
Vice President of the Jackson- exhibit as well as a fully
ville Junior Chamber of Com- equipped airborne glider.
merce and he was also chairmanof Comdr. William E. Kenna of

% the committee which recently NAS is military project officer
staged an outstanding JayCee
K1x' S convention here in Jacksonville.Mark for the day's observance,

J.< nk Hulsey, Jr. was elected a I while Nathan Mallison is gen-
I member of the Board of Directors eral chairman of Jackson-
tI '.of the Jacksonville Junior Cham- ville's Armed Forces Day
ber of Commerce at the same

-- ; ____:G9 t s Iw flection.The following advancements in committee Lt. Gen. Alvan C. Gillem,

rates have been announced: Jack Jr., commanding general of
4 < W. Cheshire to AA; Joseph W. the Third Army is area coordinator
x Mead, Jr. to AOF1; Turner E. for the celebration
Jones to AOUAN John C. Dun- ,
gar to QOUAN; ;ana Robert E. while Col. R. G. Howie is military -
:::4& Morris to ATAN. project officer.

y William A. Hallmark has been Armed Forces Day, which'
recommended to be advanced to carries as its slogan "TeamedFor
v ADEC. These men are to be con-

.-- I 'K ... ....J.w .- .' --...------ gratulated. Leon C. Starling, Defense" has been desig-
YNT3 1.".. Personnel has a new nated as the day to pay trib-
I DEPARTURE CEREMONY- Captain Washington. Priestman, commanding officer of NARTU addition to his family. Congratulations ute to the Armed Forces.
'who left his post,last week for duties' in was bade farewell in grand style by NARTU Heretofore each branch of
station keepers. Here the captain cots the cake prepared for the occasion of his exit. Left to right are, *
Captain Priestman, Mrs., Priestman, leading Chief Cloviss Canterbury, Charles Jenkins, DC2 and THIS WEEK we welcome Lcdr. service was honored on its
Henry; Hunt, AD3. Personnel also presented Captain and Mrs. Priestman with gifts.' Leonldas H. Roberts into the own particular day.I' .

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18 May, 1950 NEWS Page Three

."b VP-3 Back From --r--iT: Air Group 4 Returns

Joint Maneuvers _

Held In CarolinasA rr Soon From Long CruiseCarrier

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detachment of Patrol Squadron __ Air Group Four, operating with the Sixth Fleet.
Three of Fleet Air Wing % in the Mediterranean since
area January of this year will'return
Eleven has returned from "Opera-
y tions Swarmer", a joint maneu- + to NAS Tuesday, May 23 for immediate decommission

ver conducted in the North and Q c ,6,1.0 ing.The

South Carolina area. group went aboard the carrier -
During the operations, VP-3, USS Midway when ,the big cruise occured in VA-44:, with
which joinec. forces with the Air ship relieved the USS Leyte. Air Lcdr. Robert N. Miller becoming
Force, was designated as Second Group Four was originally slatedto personnel aide to Vice Admiral
Squadron, 41st Regiment of the I returr sometime in June. John J. Ballentine, Sixth Task

Aggressor Forces. Lt. Edgar L. 7 The decommissioning of1' Car- Fleet's commander Miller was
rier Air reli vec:. by Lcdr Forrester C.
McNett and Ensign Jackson B. Group Four will mean
Reaves headed the local crew the loss f one of Fleet Air Jack- Auman, former executive officerof
which spent more than two and sonville's oldest units. The group VA-44.
one half weeks operating with joined Fleet Air Jax in February Other squadron commandersare
the Aggressor Forces. 1948 and is composed of Fighter ; VF-41, Lcdr. John P. Adams;

"Operations Swarmer" was de- 1s Squadrons 41, 42, and 43, and vr-42. Comdr. John R. Sweeney;
VF-43, Lcdr. Clem B.
Attack Squadrons 44 and 45.
r .
signed to that a successful
and VA-45
Comdr. L. V. Swan-
The only change in squadron
invasion of a coastal region could I
F commanders during the entire son.Air
be accomplished when supportedby Group Four will set up
a Berlin-type airlift. I operations in ground training in
Thousands of Navy, Air Force Fasron 109 Receives building 168.Former.
and units participated in
Army -x-
the exercise. Casualties: during Surprise InspectionFleet
the maneuvers reached five dead Catholic
and approximately 75 injured. Aircraft Service Squadron -
1C: based here at NAS,
The airlift which provided sup- Chaplain VisitsComdr.
whose primary mission is to
and for the
plies equipment men
CONDUCTS INSPECTION-Making his rounds during the recent service to Fleet Air Wing .
moved a total of 21,468 troops and James M. Coyle, for-
.. 15,758 tons of equipment into action surprise inspection of one of his units, Capt. George C. Montgomery Eleven units was given a sur- mer Catholic Chaplain at St.
., during the maneuvers. Commander Fleet Air Wing Eleven, left quizzes Edward I prise administrative inspection Edward's Chapel, is visiting hereat
J, Eaton, AM3 of the machine shop at FASRon 109. lie was accompanied recently by Captain George C. NAS this week.
by Comdr. Charles Robertson, Chief Staff Officer of the I' Montgomery, Commander Fleet I Father has
Coyle been medi-
WAVES father wing and Comdr. Francis T, Butters, commanding officer of the Air Wing Eleven. cally discharged from the ser-
I Captain Montgomery
squadron gave vice and is now on recuperation
-- the FASRon a complete going
For Initial Picnic over, passing through all eche leave.
Upon completion of his visit
Planes of Local Units : lons. F..SRon 109 is at present here the
Play Catholic priest will
Practically the entire comple- I II supporting two squadrons of visit friends in Corpus Christi
ment of 66 WAVES stationed here P2V type..aircraft, Patrol and Pensacola .
.. were on hand for their first pic- I Squadrons 3 and 5.Skeetmen before reporting

nic the of the WAVES year held area.last Tuesdayat Role In Armed Forces Day ; -x-Blast a N.to new the J. whire Arch parish.Commissioned he Diocese. will be at Newark assigned, .

Festivities got underway at in the Navy in

' two 1700 selected with a teams Softball staging game a with fast Fleet Air Jacksonville and Fleet Air Wing Eleven base at NAS Jax. Triggermen early January 1942, the retired
A Lt. Jacksonville will "lend a hand" to the nationwide observance of commander served as Catholic
squad, captained by
scrap. Chaplain at St. Sdward's from
Armed Forces Day Saturday May 20 by dispatching aircraft for displays
Elizabeth Reeves WAVES administration Jax-Navy's h
a r p- shooting November of 1947 to June of
and demonstration cities
to throughout six southeastern states.
officer took the measure skeetmen added another victory 1949.
4-L of an opposing combine cap- Bearcat F8F's from Carrier Air to their skein when they outshotthe I
tained by Lt. (jg) Mary Winter, Group One of Fleet Air Jackson- cus public attention on the Navy's Jacksonville Gun Club by a Personnel InvitedTo
Naval Hospital administrative ville will be flying this week over anti-submarine weapon, the P2V five-target margin on the latter I
officer. Orlando and Gainesville, Fla., Neptune, scheduling displays of team's home range over the week-
The et-together closed with while other fighter planes jour- the aircraft in 12 cities of the Special PartyStation

group singing. ney to Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama Sixth Naval District, including end.The local triggermen popped
and South Carolina this Jacksonville. 243 out of a possible 250 targets friends personnel and their
week and on May 20 to exhibitthe Patrol Squadron 5 will have a while the Jacksonvlle five man- invitation been extended an

Navy's aL arm. Neptune on display at Mobile, aged to break only 238 clay birds. USS Catawba by USS personnel of the
Skippy Makes On Armed Forces Day. aircraftof Montgomery, Ala., Sumter, S. C.; Wayne Eddington and Ken the Naval Reserve and
Carrier Air Group One will tied Armory to attend
Nashville, Tenn. and Panama Pendergras for high gun
Quick also ma: e a group flight from City, Fla. Neptunes of Patrol honors in the Navy's ranks as Place a weiner roast at Manning's
MagazineSkippy Armed
on Forces
Jacksonville to Charleston, S. C. Squadron 3 will be available for they each tallied perfect score of 20( at 2030.( Day, May
via Brunswick and Savannah. public inspection at Macon and 50x50.
the black and
white Transportation will be
Fleet Air Wing Eleven will fo- Bill Arthur provided -
part spitz and fox terrier, Savannah, Ga.; Selma, Ala.; Tam registered a 49x50 to the party, from a meeting
pa, Fla. and Biloxi, Miss. score while Herb Pistole and Nick
whose talent was exploited in point at the VFW in Southsidenear
Visit of the Neptunes and the Gallitano each fired 47x50 for the
the Jax Air News has won national Visiting Ships Hold th- Lobster House restau-
-. ... recognition. He and his planes from Air Group One will .. NAS team. rant. The last cpr leaves at 2000.(
Warren Folks BM1 give residents of inland cities an
master House
appear on page 27 of the May Open SaturdayThe opportunity to inspect aircraft of of Tools
15 issue of QUICK magazine. USS Basilone, anti-subma- the Navy. Simplified
rina escort vessel commanded by I -xChief c.l.I
Appearing next to the cap-
tion "Pictures of the Week", Comdr. Mark Edwin Dennett, By New Set-up at Fasron 6
the photo shows Skippy jump- and the mine sweeper USS Jef- Allard

... ing from a building into the fers, commanded by Comdr. E. With a new mobile ready issue '-
W Russell will visit Jackson-
arms of his master. I storeroom, FASron Six has reversed Presently located in hangar
ville and in observance
The Jax'Air News is proud Saturday of Armed Sunday Forces Retires After the usual process of going 114, the trailer can be easily

to reveal that it's exclusive Both vessels to Day I I. to Supply for parts by bringing moved tj any space desired. Ail
story complete with picturesin rive are expected ar- high usage parts such as nuts, issues ..re made on signature of
the April 13 issue brought I will moor early at Friday the Williamson morning. They Tie Twenty YearsLooking bolts, gaskets, and other paraphernalia the recipient and stub requisitions
about the fuss over Skippy. : directly to the men are cut on daily summaries.
Tho feature article caught the Company docks, Riverside via-I forward to a life of working in the hangar. By having storage close at
duct. Visitors will be welcomed
eye and interest of others who 'I leisure after 20 years of honorable The trailer, conceived and con- hand, squadron personnel are less
aboard the two both Saturday
were prompt to follow up with ships service in the Navy Is ClarenceJ. structed by FASron 6, as a meansof apt to hoard usage items to avoid
and between the
further exploitation of the Sunday Allard, chief engineman of NAS cutting loss of the mechanics' the trip to the storeroom there-
hours of 1000 and and 1330
r ". dog's bag of tricks. 1630 when house noon, will be Boat Facilities, who retired May time by making these parts avail by making it easier for supply
held. open 15: 1950. able without the usual trip to the to keep an adequate stock of the
... Allard's 20 years of nautical life Ready Issue Room in hangar 115.. needed parts.:
'began January 17, 1930 when he or- _

Fields To Here'enlisted' in Springfield, Mass., and
Shep Play was sent to "boot" training at '

Newport, R. I, During the years I \ :
prior to World War II, he servedon ,
several destroyers, includingthe >,
Next Tuesday Wednesday USS Manley, Converse Ham '
,ilton and the Blue.

-. - ._ With the advent of the war, Al Aft rQ
Shep Fields and his Rippling lard was transferred from des-

Rythm orchestra will appear at The dance for enlisted will be troyer duty to the subs first i ,

the Naval Air Station for a two- held at Mainside auditorium, aboard the USS Sniper. He was ,
- while officers will conduct their also a member of the crew of the :
stand next week, playing for
I day affair at the Officers' Club. Dancing USS Parche, when she received ] :T11 I
dancing for enlisted personnel commences at 2000 both the Presidential Unit Citation for I

Tuesday and for officers Wednesday -, nights. sinking fur ships and damagingseven j

._ I One of the top name bands in 0:1 one run in the South
the land, a great favorite with Pacific.
radio networks, Shep Fields 20 Good Years I

comes here from engagements in Following the war, Allard was
New York, Holly-rood, Chicagoand at Philadelphia for shore duty, .... .
other leading amusement aboard the USS Nemasket, auxiliary -

Y l la centers. oil and gas tanker. He first :., '
Fields brings with him his en- came to NAS Jacksonville in 1947
'. tire group of entertainers, includ- and was assigned to the Boat N ,
sE ing Thelma Gracen, Tommy Lucas Facilities. From Jax: he went
and the Ripplers. aboard the USS I lay nes worth fora

Always a man with new ideas, six: month's Mediterraneancruise
Shep Fields tired of Rippling Ry- and then returned to Jacksonville k C ".ls a, 3. i..nt
thm in 1943 and started a new for discharge
idea in popular musi and calledit Allard described his naval careeras

"hot .music". His new music "twenty good years of duty, al-
became > instant hit but it died though hectic at times.'* But stat-
down gradually and by popular ed he would gladly do it all over r ',k a '
demand he switched back to his again..

old style of "rippling rythm". Originally from Spencer, :Mass., -- -. --
The r.an who parlayed a soda Allard and his wife are making
., rtraw into a million dollars their home in Jacksonville and as SPEEDIER READY ISSUE-wme F. Whitley, aviation machinist 1f
Fields features a style which has for the future, he has no plans yet first class of FASKon Six Issues a gasket to a squadron ''I
become one of the most easily except to take It.easy and spenda "mech" from the new mobile high usage parts storeroom designedand
lot of time fishing witi. the 125 put Into use recently the
-' recognized musical signatures in by .squadron r
Shep Fields I the band world. pound boat to recently built. 1




Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 18 M"Y. _1950

I Armed Forces Greatly- Merit Praise and Support 'I f

-- -- ---

On The Sea ) On The Land In The Air I


175 Years Old j Army Of Today Air Force Shows

Navy Is SymbolOf 1 Always Primed J; Vast ProgressIn

Sea Mastery For Any OccasionA Last DecadeWorld

solid line of khaki en- War II }proved that

The United States Navy circles the globe Germany United States air power
looks, back on 175; years of I .
Trieste i Japan, meant victory power. In

progress., From its conception Guam, Hawaiian Islands. i the post-war era, the Air

in 1775! to the Alaska West Indies. The I Force is confident that air

present day, the Navy has United States Army is on power means peace power.

advanced to become: thE'I'ld's the job.TODAY'S. 0 In the early 190C's. the air I
\\ ( largest and most!
v ARMY differs vast arm consisted of one officer

powerful sea force. iaawx..,.. ,,see1'KESIDENT ly from the Ill-equipped rag- two enlisted men and an airplane -
---- ged group which wrote glowing That's when was partof
lintlXi the Revolutionary ; TKUMANCommanderinchief chapters at Valley Forge Ben- LOUIS A. JOHNSON the Army Signal Corps. Toddy -
nington, Trenton, and many others the U. S. Air Force is
Will'111' Fleet consisted
mainly of of more modern vintage. Secretary of Defense ready for defense and offense
C'f some 2,000) individual commanders -
the Armed Forces Chapters written by our present operations and is capable of
and who
dauntlessly sailed privateers into B/'ltl! hwatt'1'II Army are no less glowing, Semper ParatusVersatility t carrying the fight by air into
but the the heart of the homeland
arid attacked merchant World's Finest means of attaining enemy's -
tory have drastic .
shipping. However successful
changes. Washington would NotedIn *
fighting was largely made possible .
by the allied French fleet. Combat ExploitsOf have marveled at our modern, "AT PRESENTstates! Arm-

At the termination of the war mechanized troops. Coast Guard's ed Forces Talk 319, "the strik-
the I' S. Navy practically dis-) Huge tanks, guns, rockets, ing force of the U. S. Air Forceis
tippeared. Marine and methods of combat have made up of 48 groups and 13
Corps made the U. S. soldier not only
Six years' later harassed by the most feared opponent but Important ServiceWhen separate squadrons, comprising -
numbered Air Forces
French merchantmen and Bar-
also one of the best protected.Constant .
I'hry pirates. Congress voted for Fill and the overseas commands.
Many Pages research Is keeping the
war strikes, the Outlined in
naval re-establishment. The Navy Army in a state of preparedness this Talk an-
Department was formed in never before equalled In the United States Coast Guard other in the series" on the Services -
37fi&, and immediately ordered Less than two centuriesago nation's history. doffs its peacetime role 1 is the gradual recognition .

action against the buccaneeringstate leatherneck referredto with the Treasury Department of air power in warfare
of Tripoli. New prestigewas the leather stock in the IX OCCWIKI: ) COL'NTKIKS, and dons and the evolution of our principal
gained by our Naat the :Marine Corps' original uni- the Army maintains a highly battle air arm from its begin-
successful conclusion of the mobile force which can move into paint of t.he1\,')'. ning in 1907 to its present
form. Today it conjures
Mediterranean wars. up troubled 'areas with lightning This versatile service was authorized high position as a full-fledged .

words of courage and speed The task of the soldier by Congress on Aug. 4, coordinate Service. ,

11 HEN THE: WAK of 1812 toughness-thanks to the In these countries is not onlyto 1900, and was first known as the "The Mission of the U. S. I

broke out the Fleet was bolstered Corps' battle studded, maintain law and order. He United States Revenue Marine, Air Force is the air defense of
by 16 battleships. In addition blood-stained history. is a superb example of American and later as the Revenue Cutter the United States," continuesthe
to heroic sea battles, the democracy in action as well Service. It wasn't until 1915 talk "This defense requiresthe
Navy moved inland and won MARINE EXPLOITS in therecent The modern soldier is of the that it became the Coast Guard.COAST maintenance of an active

}.lo"lng'ldol'les: on the GreatLake war are still fresh highest caliber. Only six out often Air Force, supported by reserve -
and Lake Champlaln. It enough in most minds to keep men have the intelligence, : il'AKD niters took fortes capable of Immed-
that of heroism alive. "
was after this war that the administration picture character and moral Integrity to -tiie part In the War of 1813, iate mobilization.
decided on policy Few have forgotten that 98 percent qualify for service with the Ar the war with !Mexico In the I
of all Marine officers and
s.f maintaining a strong Navy. 89 per cent of the enlisted men soldier n1He is trained, not as a IMO'K the ('1\ II tar, SpanUli-" AT ITS PEAK: strength" dur- I

When the North and South became served" overseas record per as In days gone by but American War, World War I ing World War II, the Army I
embroiled in the Civil for Service. as a skilled technician and World War II, In the latter Air Forces had 16 separately"
centages any In the words of the late Secretary
Wr. the Navy began to undergo the Coast Guard reached Its numbered "air forces" and sev-
radical changes. Armor-plat- a of Defense James Forres- peak .strength: of 172.000) officers eral other special commands.In .

H) ships steam power, submarines FEWER STILL can forget: the tal : "The enormous complication and men. The ''om..n'* reserve each theater of operations,
and powerful new-type beach stormmgs by Marine of the machinery of total known as the SPARS, these forces functioned in close
thnnon brought about many "shock troops" at Bougainville, warfare of today rests upon numbered about 10.000. Coastguardsmen cooperation with the land and
changes in naval warfare. But Tarawa and Iwo Jima. It was manpower, not in the mass but participated'| l In every sea arms. The Army Air Forces

even after the Civil War. the the 397,000-man force striking diffused through" thousands of major sun phi bious ox>rallonIn flew 13'r: million hours of com-

Navy was seventh In world from Guadalcanal to Okinawa specialties. Europe: | and the Pacific bat missions and dropped more ,.
strength having'700 vessels. By which materially assisted in Rallying\ under their motto than two million tons of bombs.
Jf-frl. hardly one ship was seaworthy setting the Rising Sun. And ac- "Semper Paratus" (Always Pre- It lost about 22,900 planes-11.-
most vessels] decayingdue none can afford to forget the cording to this system. A vast pared), the men of the CoastGuard 500 of them distroycd' on combat -
to their armor-plated wood 19,500 Marines who died fight- Information and Education program serve the nation during missions but destroyedmore

construction. All-steel ships became ing on lonely Pacific Islands. keeps the Individual sol peacetime by their enforcementof than 40.000 enf'mair. -
the goal. dier informed on International, marine laws, search and rescue craft. .
To handle its new peacetime
national and .
military subjects.He
Our position 1111 a w end Maouer assignment, the Corps has been Is thoroughly oriented with navigational aids operation During 1943 alone, more
]> was confirmed In 1W>8 whipped into a highly trained the weapons and equipment with of lifeboat stations, weather patrols than 55,000 tons of bombs were

when' Commodore ieorjje: Dewey compact body almost 75,000 which he will come in contact. international ice patrolsand dropped on German targets.
defeated the Spanish Fleet at strong. It has been handed a With well-trained, intelligentmen inspection of merchant ma- These bombings led to the ter-

Manila Hay without the loss (if five-point mission which underscores and the most modern weap- -rine- __ -vessels. _h ._ rific assaults of February 1944
single American\ sailor. service with the Navy in ons and combat methods, the U. after which air supremacy over
Further naval advancements! seizing" and defending advance S. Army ig prepared to put a Europe passed into Allied hands
were- made during World War I bases in all land operationsvital "knock-out drop" in any concoc- and remained there until the

when the Navy began develop- to naval campaigns, and tion a potential enemy can i ia ii end of the war.
irjp; an air arm and submarinefleet. in guarding naval installations.! brew.In ii i *

Armed detachments are stationed 1914 Kaiser brought the
a IN TilE PACIFIC, all our
aboard carriers, battleships world to war because he thoughtthat operations in the war against ..
Tin NAVY crowned its gloryin and cruisers" for added
those him
against Japan were part of a vast and
the trying years of World battle power. were too weak and cowardly to coordinated strategy. The role

War II. Tremendous minimum convoys fight. In 1939 a Fuehrer again of air power was recognizedand
were conducted with loosed the'fateful lightning because its potentialities fully util-
Jons large-scale landing operations MAItlNE TRADITION was of the
same reason ized with complete cooperation,
were executed successfully launched 175 years ago, when Today America's Army is an toward the common cause-the
and vicious sea battles whit- two Marine battalion, author unmistakable sign to all the speedy defeat of Japan with a
tied down the enemy's naval and ized by the Second Continental world that Americans are neither minimum loss of lives. The
merchant shipping to nothing- Congress, stormed ashore on weak nor cowardlyx Japanese estimated that
ap- ,
the Bahama Islands to score
-- --- proximately 25 of their
Today, the United States Navy their first victory. On land and
South Pacific deaths
stands as a symbol of the sea." Marines helped win the Active Military Forces war were
caused by Allied air bombardments -
ultimate In sea power. It offers War of Independence. ,
hope and encouragement to Marines continued In the Number 1,501,000
An outstanding postwar
countries combatting the en-
of the
vanguard young Repub- -
troachmens of communism. The Jic's military campaigns. In the In a recent publication of the achievement of the United -
States Air Force in Europe
Star and Stripes! flying from early 1800's their pursuit of the Defense Department, the strengthof
American the U S. Military establish- was its spearheading of the air-
the staff of an Barbary pirates took them "to
and the friendliness of the Navy the shores of Tripoli." They ment during fiscal 1951 is estimated lift ("Operation Vittles") across
the Soviet land blockade of
Muejacket In foreign ports have swung cutlasses in the war of as follows:
stone much to bring about a 1812, saw "the Halls of Monte- Active duty military, 1,507,000; Western Berlin.
greater understanding ff the zuma" in the Mexican War and Reserves in drill pay, 979,000, and During a typical 24-hour pe-
civilians, 725,000. riod, an airplane landed at Tern-
workings of democracy.Sea fought on both sides in the Ci-
power developments) vil War. With its forces scattered pelhof airdrome every 31;' min

transforming the sailing ships! of throughout a tense, war-scarred utes. The peak was reached on
John Paul Jones into the mod- world-on occupation duty, sea Good Friday in midAprilwhen
MARINES RODE: the crest ofAmerica's 12,000 tons were flown to
two-ocean Navy have been patrol, or with missions in liberated
sin almost unbelievable. Charac- emergence as a major countries-Armed Forces Day Berlin in 24 hours When the .-

ttrlstically. we can look Into our power at the turn of the has a special significance It is last cargo flight ,was made, -.
nautical future and see the at century, leading the way to the a !symbol of the American's peoples 2,350,000 tons of food had been
om-powered, rocket-firing Navyof capture of Cuba and helping will) and the Armed Forces carried to Berlin in 277,000
smash the Spanish armed forces achievement with
tomorrow proving to le just goal of helping the democratic >!f fI flights an
under Commodore Dewey in people of the world in their out parallel.
at! rrogrt'sslvt'x the Spanish-American War'lIkey struggle for peace and their own --x--
naval battle-the battle of free government.On .

Santiago.As -x- Green Cove Springs
Stories and pictures ap- usual. Marines were Armed Forces Day the

among the first to see combat American people will) rememberthe Plans ObservanceArmed
this i in World War I. They helped Servicemen's oath to ,
pearing on page make names like Belleau Wood bear true faith and allegiance to

and Meuse-Argonne first headlines Ihe United States of America; Forces Day will be the .
furnished by the Armed: then history In the Sec that I will serve them honestlyand I culmination of a week's activities ...

ond Great War, they added faithfully against all their at Green Cove Spring Naval ..
Forces Press Service. Wake Island and Corregulor\ to enemies And the American Base which also will) hold open
the list of American military people will respond as one, witha STATUE OF LIBERTY house in observance of the oc-

landmarks, solemn grateful 5alute. Expression of Freedom casion.r" .


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t f '" NAS Softballers ContinueTo


i Pace City Circuit Play .

I. The NAS Varsity Softball its
[ nine ran city loop-leading record I
:' to 7-1 last Friday when three-hit hurling by Ed Bucherich highlighted -
a 5-2 victory over Happy's Sport Center. I
I z ,. I
I, ti Sargent Seat Covers is the City A four-run splurge in the seventh J
League team which recorded a inning overcame a 2-1 de. I
r, 2-1 victory over the locals to ficit and gave the NA"S softballers
snap a six-game win streak two their :
5triumph over Happy's
With Chet Faschang O
weeks ego. The local nine scored Sport Center last Friday.
f wins over Sargent, Happy's Happy's scored once in the sec-
C.W.A., Duval Motors, Cecil Field ond frame on a walk, followed I
After swapping yarns with several of the players on the 2 and the O&R Civilians before by a triple off the bat of Gerald
r NAS varsity softball team, we finally uncovered the reason suffering its initial setback. Hobby The Sport Center nine

for the team's initial loss in City League competition not long Last night, the NAS combo was tallied again in the third inning J
slated to battle the C.W.A. nine, on a single, a double and an error
ago. 1 I the only team entered in the city I I by NAS first baseman Boyer
As most of you remember, the squad was undefeated in lea cue which has failed to win Garner 10 Hits
six games when it met Waterloo at the hands of Sargent Seat < 1r at least one game. Next Monday!, Navy scored its initial run in I Il
Covers 2-1. The locals had downed the Seat Cover team ear- r evening at 2000, the local team l the fifth frame when Girardeau II
%b' meets the powerful Duval Motors I doubled and came home on a
lier in loop competition, 6-0. aggregation at Lackawanna Park. two-bagger off the bat of hurler

The locals gained a reputation as daring, hard-to-beat : Stewart Replaces Savino Buchench Singles by Hal e,

Softball players when they used heads-up baserunning to an- With Dom Savino on the injury two Wheeler walks Bucherich and and Boyer,

nex several of the wins. It took only a slow-working pitcheron bench with a fractured elbow, Stewart enabled a two-bagger the locals by to .
the mound to set them to stealing bases right and left. coach Dick Garver has switched t ice the game in the seventh
frank Stewart from second to
{ Players Run Bases Wildly. short stop and put Ray Hale on frame when four runs came in.
and Buchench
each collected
That daring baserunning, however, contributed heavily second base. The present lineup a single and double in
to the team's first loss. It was in the seventh inning of the for the other positions is Dick three trips to the plate to lead 1.

Sargent fray when several of the local players failed to look Bradley first base catching Charlie; Wheeler Jack Boyer, local batting.
< ; centerfield -
for signs from the coaching boxes and began running the ; and Frank Girardeau, G AB R H A vg. -
if their lives the next bag. field. Bill Robbins alter- Cummings 2312 .666
bases as depended upon reaching s4JIZkI right Tirpak 8 18 6 8 .444 '
As a result, the three men who reached first base in the final nates behind the plate with Bradley Stewart 8 15 8 6 .400
inning were retired while trying to advance. and Gene Horton shares duties Car Horton 4602 .333
around the initial sack. On
Charlie Tibbet, who had gained first on an error, reached ver's pitching staff are Buchench, Bradley Alexander 612 2 4 .333

second on a passed ball and stole third only to be put out at Sam Alexander and Russ Cum- Hale 3 2301 3 1 1 .333.333

the plate. Frank Girardeau, the second man up, was thrown mings. Tibbet 8 21 4 6 .286

out when trying to steal third. It was a gamble he took with Softball Nine Cards Boyer 6 15 1 4 .267
the cards stacked against him. Dom Savino, the third man to Girardeau 8 20 2 4 .250
Practice Contests Savino 7 20 2 4. ',200Buchench
', be picked off, would have been safe if an injury hadn'f poppedup. 7 19 2 3 .158
Savino overshot second base, but had plenty of time to LEADING STICKMAN-Keith The NAS Varsity Softball team, Wheeler 6 14 3 2 .143
which is leading the Men's City
>' get back when the ball went flying into centerfield. However, gardener Churchill,for tall Jax-Navy 190 pound is outer-lead League in Jacksonville, has sched- Robbins 5800 .000

,. his right elbow was injured and he was in such pain that he ing the batting: parade with a uled two practice lilts to be playedon
I couldn't grab for the bag and was tagged for the third .329 average. Churchill, right- the local Power Plant diamond Allen Snares
{ out ending the fielder, hails from FASRon under arcs this week-end.
the local nine plays
,, Coach Garver wasn't too happy about the whole mix-up, host Tonight to the Fireman-nine from the Table
but he announced that a loss shoudn't hurt the team if the 109.Golfers Commercial League in Jackson- Tenn'isChampionship

boys play top-notch ball and win the rest of their first round Trim- ville. Tomorrow evening. NAS

games. The law of averages seldom misses and the NAS soft- plays host to the MacDill Field ""
softball team. Both tilts will be-
> ball team for loss. Stetson 189JaxNavy'
was ripe a
All Invited
gin at 2000. personnel are A little "english" plus a quickeye
Woolbright And Werner Leaving golf squad, which to attend both tussles. gave Aquilla Allen the station
James "Ace" Woolbright and Kenneth Werner, two boys evened its record at 5-5 by -x- singles table tennis crown

:who are well known in the local baseball limelight, will bid downing Stetson University 18-9 when he defeated Charlie Tibbet.
"farewell" to NAS before long. Woolbright, a veteran Jax- on the local layout last week-end, Call Goes Out For 3-0 in the finals of the station } I
will be seeking another win whena wide tournament last Thursday.
baseball has contributed to the
Navy basketball and player, Guantanamo Bay team invades More Ball Allen, who switched from de-
r ,winning of many intra-mural and varsity championships for the local course at 1300 Saturday.The PlayersBaseball Tense to offense in smooth fashion -
;' the past three years. Werner started his fourth year with Gitmo squad, which consists throughout the three games,
i' the Jax-Navy baseball team this spring. of 12 top-notch service golfers coach Frank McCaf- faltered for the first time in the
Woolbright worked on the mound for NAS in earlier has already split a pair of frey has once more pulled the cryIng final duel when Tibbet took a 5.
matches with the NAS team. towel from his pocket and 4 lead.
Y years, but is playing first base with the local team at present. In the recent match against Issued a call for candidates for the The first game was taken by
Head pilot Frank McCaffrey will probably put Ewing Mc- Stetson, Navy golfers took two Jax-Navy diamond nine Allen 21-12 as Tibbet continuously *
Sparin on the initial sack when Ace departs. Werner, who out of three rounds from the college Numerous injuries, and the missed the far edge of the
golfers. transfer of several key players has table on his returns. Allen won
has been of of the best catchers in service
spoken as one cut the to dozen second 21-13 then .
Tony Grego and Wright North squad an even the game overcame "I I
baseball, is getting discharged from the Navy within the teamed up to defeat Jay Rotan men in uniform. Tibbet's one-point lead in
next few weeks. and Chuck Rae from Stetson 81. I The NAS combo has been struggling the third battle to win 21.13 and

Senecal Captures Limelight Grego scored a 71, North tallied i mightily along for the past take the crown.
few weeks, but without a number Physical Training officials announced
81, Rotan tallied 82 and Rae scored .
Fleet Air Wing Eleven's Dan Senecal, a member of the a 8... I.of reserves on the bench, the team that a doubles tournament
:Atlantic Fleet bowling team which finished second in the All- Jax-Navy's second victory was may be forced to cancel some ofits will be held in the near

Navy telegraphic bowling finals earlier this year, stands a recorded when Bob Theil and Andrew scheduled games. future.
great chance of copping the Jacksonville Journal's Sixth An- Conner teamed up to downtetson's All personnel who would like to i I,! -
join the varsity nine are welcometo
Seeb Wade and Alec I ,
nual Florida Open pin tournament crown. Pirie 8Vi to y2. Theil carded an 82, try out. McCaffrey can be contacted Here's Your Sports :
The final round is slated for tonight, and prior to the Conners a 74 and the Stetson golfers by phone at extension 593
second last round of action which vas held Tuesday, Senecal scored 85s'. or 512. Practice is held on Mason Radio Scoreboard .'

was in fourth place with a grand total of 41G3 pins, only 28 Navy's Bill Foulk and Leo Mar- Field at 1530 daily. when no
sticks behind leader Jerry Lefevre. Six games are bowled chel dropped 7J/4 points to Ed games are scheduled.x .-
Reeves and Bill Herndon With the baseball season slip-
each round with six rounds constituting the tournament.At -xTarsPlaylndians__ ping into high gear, local sports
one time Senecal was eleventh in the listings, but Fasron 6 VolleyballersLose fans will be frantically thumbingtheir

his last two rounds brought him within reach of the crown. National radio dials in search of the
In Meel latest sportscasts on major and
The sure-sighted pinman told Time Out's representative minor league baseball Listed below -
recently that'he was using the wrong "spot" in the early Next Handicapped:: by the loss of are local Jacksonville net
rounds of the tournament. But, now he is once more tickingthe Spinners several starting players, FASronSix's works which handle national itemsas

head pin near the right place and if too many splits don't nated volleyball in the early team rounds was of elimi-the well as NAS sports news,
Jacksonville's hustling Tars WI'UQ-600, A15C-John Mac-
intervene he win the pinfest.
may clash with the Savannah Indians U S. Volleyball Association's 20th Lean at 1815 weekdays and
Senecal scored 1074, 1060, 1188 and 1141 in the first four tonight in the final of a twogameset Annual Open Championship Saturdays.
rounds. He fired a high game of 213 in the third round. at the Myrtle avenue park before Tournament in Knoxville, Tenn, VVJAX-930, NBC-World New .'
last week-end.
taking the Greenville at 2300 dally.
Boxers Deserve "Well Done"
However, the Navy six madea WJIll 1320, MRS; 1600,
Spinners in a four-game home
Danny "One-Man-Gang" Kuggerio and Billy Brown are series starting Friday. creditable showing against the Sports>> ; Fred Schilling with

really a couple of grand guys as far as personnel at NAS are T..>nights game with Savannah more experienced entries in the sports at 1800 on weekday
two matches
concerned. The two professional pugilists went out of their which starts at 2015, is the FASron was played eliminated from and Saturdays.
way to put on an exhibition bout in the recent smoker at second ol a short two-game home the winners bracket by a strong WMItlt-1100, CBS-Sport-!* at
j the Mainside Auditorium and the smoker-jroers unleashed stand with the Indians. The Spin- Des Moines, Iowa, squad and daily.1800; Scoreboard at 3313:

such car-splitting applause after the two had gone the prom- ners pull into town Friday for then bowed out of the tourney
the Tars.
battle against Single
with 15-10 and 15-7 losses to
ised three-round distance that they obliged local fistic fans games are slated for Friday and Pueblo, ColoradoFlorida SPORT SHORTS

.with two extra rounds. 'Saturday, while a double headeris State University, the Joe Page, the Yankees' much-
Ruggerio, most fight fans will remember, dumped Jack- on the docket for Sunday.. only othe' team entered from this I heralded relief pitcher, is a very
sonville's highly-touted Toby Reid on several occasions. After First game of Sunday's double state, was walloped in its initial puzzling::: question mark at present.Joe .
header gets underway at 1300. start: usually hurls terrific ball .
in the National Collegiate dur- ,
exhibition last Friday however Air I
witnessing evening:, Following Sunday's home appearance ;Tournament and scored less than ing his odd years, but mediocre in
Station personnel chose Brown as a far better man than the the Tars will be gone ten points total agrfmst: its op his even years. This is another

lad from Yonkers. I for a week, returning lay 29. ponent. even year.


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..' Spring Play Commences Cup Golf Injury-Plugued Nine ::1

.. Friday. Afternoon" Wins 2 of lost Five i

Sundown this evening is the :
... closing time for entries in the V Jax Navy's hot-and-cold diamondeers managed to come
/ Spring-Cup Medal Play golf tournament out on top in two of their five encounters last week, defeating '('

which will move into the Stetson University, splitting a pair of tilts with Camp Le- .1 3

first round of play on the NAS jeune and losing a double-header to the Eglin Eagles. ;i
layout tomorrow afternoon.
Rained out of their tilt
four The tournament, consisting of i141 IYrt the Arco Ball Club at Brunswick, Eglin's Eagles pounced on the ;''
classes for
men and three Ga., last Sunday, the local base- locals twice in one day as they
for women, will for i
run two
bailers defeated
were to meet Stet- Jax-Navy 9-7 and 11-6
week-ends. The first round will son's Hatters at in a double-header i
be Deland Fla., at Fort Walton
played this week-end, start Tuesday The local nine will re- Fla., last Thursday
ing tomorrow and ending Sun- turn home Laird and
Saturday battle the Duvall split the
... day. The final round will be .y powerful R. C. Motors nine from mound chores for NAS in the first
.. played will May 26-29. Eighteen holes !,' Jacksonville on Mason Field at tilt against the Eglimtles, giving
be played in each round. 1430. The Motors nine is one of up only nine hits. The Eglin nine
Only service personnel with the top contenders for the City scored three runs in the first, 'I
established handicaps the NAS
on League baseball three in the
links crown. A home second, and once in
are eligible.Following the initial matchesin game against Tyndall Field will the fourth and two more in the
be staged next Tuesday at 1600. sixth in defeating the locals 9-
the first
round the partici-
$ ''. r s 7. Gushanas paced NAS
pants will be re-matched, according '' Squad Is Diminishing at the

go. to their ability, for the final _"A__:__:_=___:____._C nm._ ..__.. ._ __ the Injuries local continued team's ranks vO pop and up at in plate Gushanas: with two went hits the in four full routeon trips.

.. Flights AnnouncedThe SMOKER ACTION- Bill McDade, right, and "Scrap Iron" present.. coach Frank McCaffrey the mound for NAS in the
First Flight for men will Welch square off at each other in one of the bouts featured at has a playing; zad of one dozen under second tilt, which was played
be golfers with handicaps ranging the station variety smoker last Friday evening. Welch was TKO men. Left hand hurler Joe Gus- arcs, and suffered his fifth
from zero to 8, the second with winner over McDade in the second round. hanas was playing left field for wins.of the season, against three

handicaps from 9 to 16, the third i NAS last Saturday, and when the
.. 17 to 25 and the fourth 26. to 36. Smoker local nine was at bat ._i the fourth The Manning Hits Homer
Variety Pleases
Ladies with handicaps ranging inning, he was injured while off the Eagles local garnered 13 hits
from zero to 32 will be in the sliding into home plate. Jerry portsider as they

First Flight, those with handicapsfrom Full House With ActionLast Livingston is sporting a badly first scored, third their fourth eleven runs in the
and sixth inn-
33 to 48 will be in the sec- fractured right thumb which he
ond Flight: and"ihe Third Flight: picked UD in one of the frays. ,.. __ _
Friday's station
will consist of lady with Variety against Eglin Field. Trailing no going into the
golfers Smoker branded A third decision
was a big suc- was seventh frame, NAS started a
handicaps from 49 to 72. when down when John Bob Becker, just recuperatedfrom
cess station personnel turn- McKay missed rally when Don Manning hit a
An entrance fee of $1.00 has ed out enmasse to pack the Main- putting David Howe to sleep by a head injury; Charles circuit clout, Werner singled and ..
been set for the tourney. The pro- side auditorium to witness five seconds. McKay, who had better Webb and Jake Duvall are the Gushanas doubled. The rally was
ceeds will be used to purchase amateur ring bouts and a five than a 30-pound edge over Howe three hurlers comprising the Jax- nipped in the bud, however, with
trophies for winners and runners- round exhibition by two profes- and doesn t believe in training, Navy mound staff at present, and Manning scoring the only run
up in the affair. sionals plus other miscellaneousacts. sent, the latter sprawling just as Thad Laird, who is unable to with his homer.
-x- the final bell rang and was work hard on the mound becauseof Charles Webb hurled the localsto

Intra-Mural SoftballSchedule Danny "One-Man-Gang" Rug- awarded the decision. a bad leg, was dropped from a 13-9 victory over Camp Le
gerio and Billy Brown, two well- Tommy Johnston brought down the roster last week. jeune in the first of a two-game

Announced known professional mittmen, ex- the house in the final bout of the Duvall Hurls Four-hitter series last Wednesday, allowing
tended a planned three-round exhibition evening when he sprang a quick Well-grouped hits and four-hit only eight hits for his second con-
Intra-mural Softball diamondswill to five rounds in answerto one-two punch after one minute hurling by Jake Duvall gave the secutive victory.
resound to the whack and the resounding applause hand- and forty seconds of the first NAS combo a 8-4 victory over NAS got an early start in the
swish of bats again when the ed them by a satisfied audience round to knock out John Baxley. Stetson University last Saturday.A fray by scoring four runs in the
.0 National League swings into ac- throughout the tussel. Johnston brought in a hard left double by Ken Werner, fol- first inning, then went ahead to
tion at 1500 today. Next Tuesday, John Wareing presented an- and followed it with a solid lowed by a single off the bat of ice the tilt by scoring twice in
the American League sends ten other crowd pleasing performance right hook to floor Baxley. Ace Woolbright gave the local the second, four runs in the
teams onto the field. All games billed as a strong man act, -x- nine a lone run in the second fourth three in the seventh and
will continue to start at 1500, and in which he drove a nail througha I inning. NAS scored twice in the four more in the eighth.
if teams fail to put in ad appearance board with his fist and bent a fourth, four times in the fifth and The Marines made a desperate
. w they will be forced for.veil 16-penny nail with his bare hands. Who Had High once in the seventh frame. attempt to overcome a 13-2 lead
the scheduled games too their Good BoutsHappygolucky The Stetson Hatters drew 11 in the final ninth inning, when
> I music was fur- Bat Average? walks off local hurler Jake Du- they rallied for seven runs. Bob
opponents.Today's Schedule nished by the Station Band which vall and came through with one Lopez paced NAS at the plate
NARTU vs VF-13-Diamond beat out several fast arrange- Leroy C. McDaniel, TN, of run in the sixth and three in the with three hits in four trips.
No.2. ments throughout the program, X-4 division was the winnerof eighth inning. Ken Werner gar- -xTigers -
First Lt.. vs Security-Field No. with Manual Miranda singing a last week's Sports Quiz con- nered two doubles and a singlein
3.Thoto. few solo numbers. test by providing the correct three trips to the plate to Mow Down
Lab vs VF-12-Diamond The first three-round bout of answer to last week's question. lead Jax-Navy's hitting parade.
No.4. the evening went the full dis- The correct answer to the Errors Lose Game;
VF-5 vs Supply-Field No. :5. tance with Freddie Wilkins using query "What two pitchers had Errors gave the Camp Lejeune Brown Sox 24-8
Hospital vs CPO's-Diamond fast-punching tactics to take a the lowest earned-run average Marines a 4-3 victory over NAS
y No. 6. decision over Buddy Hudgins.A in 1949 in the American and last Friday, over-shadowing a To Balance Slate
Tuesday's Schedule hard right to the solar-plexus National leagues respectively neat five-hit mound performanceby '
O&R vs Flight Line-Field No. of Bill McDade gave "Scrap Iron" ?" was: Mel Parnell of the Bob Becker. I'
2.O&G Welch a second-round TKO vic- Red Sox, 2.78 and Dave Kosloof The local nine was leading 3-1 A second victory over the Jax
vs VP-3-Diamond No. 3. tory in a light heavyweight duel; the Giants, 2.50. going into the sixth inning when I Brown Sox, 24-8, and Ocala to
VF-11 vs VF-171-Field No. 4. Bob Holston decisioned Brad This week's. question Is: the Marines capitalized on sev- Howard Academy in Fla.,
Fleet Wing 11 vs FASron 109- ley Kidd on points in the third What is the highest batting eral Navy miscues to knot the 12-7, enabled the NAS Tiger baseball
Field No. 6. bout of the evening. average compiled in one sea- score 3-3. A timely single and nine to re-balance its record
son by any major league player two more NAS errors gave the 'for the season at three wins and
?" visitors the winning run in the three losses.
t Five Clubs Sharing Spotlight Bring your answer to the eighth inning. The recent victory over the
Jar Air News office in the Frank Masso bettered Becker's Brown Sox was sparked by hurlers
main administration building mound performance by James Watson and Rob Welch.
giving up
,. In Intra-RHural Softball Loopsteam room 125, or phone extension only four hits to the locals, but Watson, a southpaw, gave up four
hits to the visiting in three
8184 or 216. he walked seven men over the nine
Close races are still In progress I nine-inning route. and twd-thirds innings of work
r. In both leagues of the station Intramural a 4-1 record, leaving the while Welch allowed six safeties

Softball tournamentwith "gun-handlers" on the third end ..., the remainder of the nine-inning
Security and Hospital leading of the three-way deadlock for route,

the National League while Over- league honors. ;y .>. ., Local batters hit almost at will
haul and Repair, Ordnance and Other powerful contenders in the O" to garner 24 hits off three Brown
and FASron 109 are National league are the Chief Sox
Gunnery moundsmen. Will :Moffett and
deadlocked for first place in the Petty Officers and NARTU, both t" tt'\ David James banged out four and
American division after five holding 4-1 slates. In the other five hits, respectively, for NAS.
division, FASron Six and Fleet
rounds of play. I Outhit Foes'
Air 11 ....
Fleet Wing are expectedto ..
Security remained undefeated by Last Wednesday, the NAS Tiger
stir of
up plenty controversywhen d aggregation outhit its Howard
victimizing VP-5, 17-9 last week tournament -f
for its fifth win in a row. Hospital Both of the nears com- "". Academy opponent, but costly errors -
.... the other team pacing the 3-2 pletion.records. combines have gave the Collegemen a 21-7

National loop, recorded its fourth Cellar Spots Well-filled triumph. .
winin While the ,Howard nine
succession by stomping FASron Six recorded its third garnered
only nine hits off local hurl
Supply, 13-3.
win defeating VF-11 18-7 last
by ,
er Brown Long, Moffett banged
FASron 109 and O&G, two of week. The only other American
out five safeties in the same num-
the leading In
aggregations encounter last
League Thursdaywas
American circuit ber of trips to lead the Tigers' 13-
were knocked VA-15's 12-7 triumph over I hit
from the undefeated ranks last V{>-3. A tilt between VF-171 and
Thursday. The score) was tied at 7-7 going
Line re-scheduled .
Flight was for
I I into the fourth frame when tho
O&K Defeats FASRON 109 this week. ,. ..yy. ,
Academy lads put the on Ice
The Overhaul and
Repair crew Results of other National '
toppled FASron 109, 5-3, to step League' tilts last Tuesday were ; --:: with Members: a big five-run of the rally. nine
into the three-way deadlock for CPO's over Photo Lab 18-14, and _....: ,
first place. Following the game, VF-13 over First Lieutenant 11-6. which is being managed by Ens.
'1"W' both of the teams held 4-1 recor Long, Bill Evans, Watson, Elgie
Ordnance and Gunnery could have American League which has failedto

taken over the top spot by recordIng ) annex a win losing five in a GOTTA GET THIS ONE!-VIM first sacker Arthur' Seibel had I Cobb Vince, Swindall Bob Smith, Billy Bob White Lucas, Ken,
fell before win, but the powerfulnine row. 'VF-12 Is the National loop to stretch all the way to take a wide throw and retire VA-15's Ed Stewart, Mayfield Mathews, Leroy
Fleet Air
; Wing, cellar-dwcUftr
with five losses on
11, 6-2. The defeat gave the O&G its'peEaord.);. .." the WoJecik fray 127.in a close intramural battle last Thursday. VA-15 won I I Bush.James, Sylvester Brock and ;Ne.d.|


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i Captain Holland To Leave Post! ,

As Medical Officer Here In June '

Capt. James L. Holland, senior -- .. ----
medical, officer at NAS Jackson- graduated from the university of
ville since his arrival here in that state, and received his MD

October 1947, will leave his post from Vanderbilt University in
early in June, it was learned to 1930. Immediately after that he it
We are sorry to hear from was commissioned into the Navy a'
Maintenance that E 7. Megoni- day.He will depart for Washington, and served his internship at the
gal's mother is seriously ill and D. C., where he will report for U S. Naval Hospital in Port-
Mr. Megonigal is now with her 4. duty as Chief of the Division of mouth, Va.
in Atlantic City Jack Row Aviation Medicine, Bureau of Since then he has seen both
went to Orlando to visit relatives Medicine and Surgery, Navy De sea and shore duty in peacetimeand !
over the week-end. We under. partment.In in war. He was aboard the!

stand that Jack's son will grad his nearly three years at USS Indianapolis when the Jap-
uate from the Georgia Military this station, Capt. Holland has anese attacked Pearl Harbor. In
Academy on May 29. Charles Lan seen many changes in the Dispensary 1943 he was designated Flight .
diss also spent some time in Or. over which he has had Surgeon upon cor-pletion of a
lando over the week-end with charge, "ith additional course in aviation medicine at
duty as
the Naval Air Statioh Pensaco. I
relatives.Drom medical officer. Staff of Com ,
] Fla.
Housing we understandthat ---------- mander Naval Air Bases sixth I .
Bettye Ward Just returned Naval District and Staff of Com t Aviation medicine is a comI -
WINS GRID AWARD-Awarded the 1949 Football Sportsmanship
from a trip to New Orleans. Trophy of the Naval Air Training Athletic Conference, Mid-- mander, Fleet Air Jacksonville. I paratively new field, upon which .1.1I !

Bettye had a wonderful time butisn't men Kenneth C. Coston, right, of VP-3 accepts the trophy from Improvements Noted i 1 made increasing demands are being
all We as more and more -
telling are gladto powerful
his commanding officer Comdr Gilbert J. Frauenheim
in ceremony Among the major improvementsin aircraft
1 are produced. It is
Terrell back at work I
see Joy here last week. Cosston won the award as a member of the the achievement of which he concerned with
We missed her last week when she I flight safety
was off on sick leave. Corpus--Christl grid squad during the 1949 campaign. has been instrumental, is the per'lof pilots, and the training of pi
---- -- manent establishment of the Ma-
The SUIH'nlsoMl'l Club held their in the use of newly developed
annual 1 outing and 1)lcnat\ (old Midshipman Coston of VP-3 laria and Mosquito Control Unit oxygen equipment and pressure
Head Branch Park unlay. No. I, This action was taken by I breathing in high altitude
the Navy Department early this
There 175: members and planes.
their families and Sportsmanship year, following presentation of I As Chief of the Division
attending: judging Cops CupThe data and informatio assembled of
from their action! all had a I by Captain Holland in conjunc- I Aviation Medicine, Captain Holland r
well time. at the at is assuming oft
Arriving Lark a position
"'1949 Football Sportsmanship Trophy" of the Naval Air tion with Lcdr. John M. Hirst,
0830 were the cooks and their far-reaching responsibility,
Training Athletic Conference was presented to Midshipman Ken Navy entomologist now in chargeof
helper and the activity around 1
the kitchen from then until 1X00 neth C. Coston of Patrol Squadron Three by his commanding the unit.It I CLaSSIFIEDBULLETIN
reminded most folk of chow time cer Gilbert J. Frauenheim in ceremony last week. ofCt.1 has also been through the influence -
While personnel of VP-3 stoodat of Captain Holand) that
in the Navy. The guwU htattedarriving
R-e-v- J-
I I the services of industrial medical
I at 0930 and by 1030 the attention Coston accepted the an
sports| events (minding; soft ball trophy a black marble desk pen I Midshipman Coston who open- officer are are now maintained ,

hand hall, and swimming Mere in with a bronze figure of a football i I ed the season in the Pensacola at the station. FOR SALE
player,- along with a commen- Native of Mississippi.
full swing.The later in the 3 bedroom
season moved house. Nice lot, gar' .
dation from the Chref of Naval Captain Holland, a native Miss-
softball game betweenthe Air Training Admiral J. W. i to play with Corpus Christi It''! issippian born in Meridian, wasLi'l den and flowers at 5362 Stan.
Fats and Leans was a dead. __ was his outstanding sportm 'n'I I[ ley Ave. Gilbert tiller, Shop
lock the called i iI 8185 O & R Ext. 372.
game being on I ship while playing or Corpus' i ,
account of chow. There was one against his former Pensacola Abner 30' house trailer. Buy equity for
casualty In the gameSam Fritth Can You Swim? I teammates that was instrumental : $1300.. Gilkin Empire State a

was hit by a ground ball and had in winning the award. Coston is' Trailer Park Orange Park. '
to- retire from the game at 1330. A survey to determine swim- a native -of Bessemer, Ala. DiscoveredAboard FOR KENT
Dinner was served, the menu consisted mers and non-swimmers CommendedThe I Furm&hec room share home
of fried chicken french : among personnel of NAS is to Avondale. Hertzman 3338 Randall .
fried potatoes, lettuce, sliced to be l'onducted-by division officers commendation from Admiral NAS I ) Sti-eet, Pho. 8-9192.
matoes. relish, pickles, rolls and it was announced this Reeves, in part reads: "It is Furnished house with 2 bedrooms:
butter.! Hotdogs and lemonade week. with sincere pride that the Chiefof They sty Li'l Abner hails from : near NAS. Mrs. Bennett, P. O.
officers will check Naval Air Training notifies -
were served throughout the day. Division Dogpatch, but the latest word is Box 752, Jax.
The door prize for the ladies was personnel records and those you of your being chosen for the that he comes from JacksonvilleAir Clean efficiency, 2 room apt.
won by Mrs. R. .L. Hodges. It was I I who are not classified as swim individual first'place award for Station in the form of one Available May 15. Neil Pho.
a. beautiful white and gold vanity mers will have to pass a test. outstanding sportsmanship dur- Richard Schroeder, AMAA as- 2-6480.
I Those who cannot swim will be ing the 1949 conference football
case. Kathy McKinley won theI signed to the NAS Officer of the :2 room furnished apartment. Mrs.
prize for the young girls, a beach given swimming lessons. season. You were chosen for this Day's office. I Grovj:, 4633 Wheeler Ave. Pho.
honor by the vote of your oppo- ,
ball 2-4275.
McDaniel the
; Randy was
lucky boy, his prize was a flashlight Baseball Camp Lads nents against whom you played | Dick will for exchange native Dogpatch his lIailor'suniform at- I Furnished 1 bedroom house on
member of the
as a Corpus Christi -
of river. month.
prize the day was $75 Stone El-
tire next Friday evening, May ;
won by none other than Eugene Guests Of Jax Tars Navy team. 1:, and court Daisy Mae in the Bridge Ave. and St Johnj
Griffin, Master Mechanic of Pub Chief of Naval Air Advanced "Li'l Abner'' River. Pho. Orange Park '278.1.Will ,
stage production
lic Woiks. He won a mechanicalfish Members of the 1950 Jax-Navy Training, Admiral Ernest W.I] Comes To Town" share home. Electric kitchen,
To Mr. Gwynes. Chair- Boys' Baseball Training Camp Letch, adds to following note to':' ted at 2015 at the George presen-Washington :convenient to NAS. Mrs. Dor-
man of the Arrangement Committee will be special guests of the 'the commendation to Midship Auditorium.The I man, Pho. 2-3808. V
the cooks and the Club as a Jacksonville Tars at tonight'sarc men Coston: | play also includes the famous 3 room apartment private bath
whole we wish to take off our light fray with the Savannah "The exceptional sportsman- comic strip characters, I furnished. $45.00 month. 563

hats for a job well done. I Indians at the Myrtle avenue ship displayed on your by''' Mammy and Pappy Yokum, I Delwood George, 2363 Myra J
Congratulations are in order for park. I playing with Pensacola Navy for r onbeam McSwine, the Scragg Street, Pho. 74738.
LTJG R. W. Mix Transportation Admittance to the game will the first part of the season and boys and Marrying Sam. Efficiency apartment garage, use
Superintendent and Mrs. Mix on given upon presentation of mem- I winning the sportsmanship award With Schroeder acting is justa I of house. Mrs. E. L. Neil 2067

t the newest arrival to their house-i bership cards, according to Crow- as a member of Corpus Christi "hobby", having performed in Selma Street' Pho. 2-6480 af.
I hold. A baby girl was presented ther Boyd, president of the Jax 'Navy against your former teammates several high school and club pro. ter 1600.
i l to them last week weighing in at Baseball Club. I is highly commended. The ductions. As "Li'l Abner", he has Small apartment, furnished. Util
I, 6 Il>s. 14 oz. The invitation was originally ability to carry on, win or lose, donated his time and talent to a ities urniihed. $8.75 wk. Mrs.
NEWS FROM THE KIRK BOX: offered for the opening game of is in keeping with the highest worthy cause as proceeds: from '! Durham. 2615 Green Street
Rill Sweet of Fire Station :No. 2 the season, which was rained traditions of the Navy service." the production will go to help the Riverside.
has hen "|>-ji rime a. an extra In UM Universal ville. I near NAS. Mrs. Cheshire 4535

Picture being made here In Florida. Those interested in seeing "Li'l Melrose Ave., Pho. 8-5127
i iI
Bill !has been of 5 room unfurnished apartment
placing the part Abner" obtain tickets at
may |
convict's father He lit "Stanford, 675 WillowbranchAve.
a now I $1.00 each from Schroeder in the .
Pho. 2.5490.lIISCEI.LANtOUS.
known an 87634.VJ, Sr. Emory Til- OOD Office NAS Administration
II. ran't understand all the recent building.
talk about flying saucers. He Hays w Child care. Day or night, expo
he hat hen awing flying saucers Violations I middleaged woman. R. P. Sunp

.,. (and cups) since| the day he got Traffic son 3819 B Norman St. Dewey

married. i v iki. violators aboard the Nation Park. ,
Traffic ;
t Room for riders to vicinity of
Claude Starr of Fire Station No. the period 9 May to
Ama:illo, Texas about June I.
2 is back to work after his recent include the following:
15 May j Lt (jg) Bacchus, 648 Meteor
operation. He has ptomaine < r Illegal Parking: C. R. Spoon ,
poisoning and the doctor had to AD1; J. E. Fulk SN; R. C. Cimmings Street. Pho. 2-4905.
cut his toe off. Chief Moran reports AD3 C. T. Woodburn ,I Middleaged woman will sit with f i
that his twins are doing children at night: Mrs. Hart,
very TDAN; R. C. Stanford, ALAN: T.I
4521 Blount Avenue, Pho. 8-
well Those mld-mOlnlng watchesare A. Hixon, SN; F, F. Korzekaw, 4924.
beginning to get him down. HM3; J. W Stancil: Z. Kevor-
Wanted 2 3
He. says the boys on the Fire Department kian; S. C. Holcombe; W. R. with driving or passengers and to help I

have no legitimate com Hayes; S. N. Hazourl; B. B. Bur : route to Yakima, Wash.expense about en- ..
plaint at any the time. His only comment meister; W. H. Ange; and N. R. June 2. Mrs. Lane, 2938 Yale ,
in morning when he Anders. I
comes in is "Boy, I'm tired!" "r:a Multiple OftenA, W. Hav- Street, Pho. 29852.
Care for child by the week. Mrs.
1'11I. AMAN Ladaffe. 1237 B Hancock St.
tee'klC'iM" IMvIng: L. C Milroy, Ext 8130.

cpO DAN.. Babies boarded in licensed home.
I I Failure to stop for stop sign; F. I Mrs. Parrish, 2937 Algonquin,

NOTES J. Non .roma. Pho. 25355.'C-

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Another big bingo party In the .'

I offing going on Friday aale at night 1900 with and bingo cards: Send Your Jax Air News Home

beginning at 2000. Big and little

;' .., jack pot prizes with special games 1

for ladies and men. Cash awards FROM:._..._ PLACE
and merchandise for each game.
An Armed Forces Day dance TWO

will be the attraction Saturday CENT

1 night with dancing getting under I STAMP
way at 2100. Music will be furnished HERE
by Milo Jones and his or-

ch lItra. There'll be something .
special for the ladies. |
The next general assembly I) ,
J meeting will be held Monday May KNOWS A BARGAIN!-These beautiful sunny-days with all t.,:',
29 at 2000. 1 this nice Florida scenery are not going to be ignored by Carroll
Chief and Mrs. R. W. Dreher. Ilinton, AEC right, who traipsed over to the Navy Exchange to
Jr., are the proud parents of an purchase a neat camera to record the scenery by photo.. Camera
eight-pound 2 ounce boy, Leonard 1 of all types, plus photographic equipment, are available at very
Allen, who arrived May 15th. reasonable price at the Nary Ecchange.: .

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