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Baseball Clinic Will Open Here Saturday

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Vol. 6-No. 49 10 March 1949

Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville And Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District

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4JOC.aMP y' Va
tiC- Navy ReservistsUndergo


Naval Air Training Chief

Gives NARTU 'OnceOver'In

is the most colorful ceremony of its short but outstanding

career, Jacksonville's Naval Air I lessen1. Training,

I'nit based here converted months of rehearsing: into atUial-

ity last Thursday as some 1,000) ) af its members stood at right

'attention dining an impressive annual inspection by Hear:

Adm. Richard F. Whitehead! USN, Chief of Naval Air 1 lie-

!serve Training.On .
nationwide tour of all the
27 Naval Air Reserve Training commanding officerand Rear
Units under his command, Admiral Adm Calvin T Durgm., Commander -
Whitehead gave the local :NARTU l Fleet Air' Jacksonville, the
members a close anti minute scrutiny duel o{ :Naval" An Reserve Train
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by more than one thousand
-1J. 'ITIt11'" the big day of the spe( (,tatorsJeN< .
} year for the loc'al Nasal Air Keere ( Iteitl \Velcitme 'Division Heads
The Admiral. ompamed by
\ ">> Training 1'nit ni.-rnberi
eleven members of his start, tame
\I h"I "I'" shin the "once"0er"iy aboard to the accompaniment ot a Making Rounds
'jI.l .1". : > Iear ,\din. Kl< hard r. \\hile- boatswains' pipe. and Mittles and
IV LBrief .'I head C'lilef of Natal Air I Keser\e nourishes of the station band and
> became the first visiting digmtar\' For Red Cross
raining:, during the annual I In-
to be tendered a salute fi orn the
j "'I pe<'llon here I Iis I 1'h 1I1.II.r. :Naval" An Stations now saluting
:: ( With <1'p. Itiii.1 'ntaI l I ipieieiiMtie.s '
>..arl\, 1.000) nf S.\lC1'IJ'' battery of twin three-null' nuns
;. i husen to milii, it Hinds ici
"\Vfck-.'iil \\urilorn" come to Offii mllv greeted bdipt' i'redet'Ir
r utliillon ( loi photo) In the hangar ) \\', Piiestmnri i onim.indmj then. respettixe (departments, the
; for I lilt Admiral'* inspection. officer.. of NAR'I't' with annual Red Cross fund drive, nowin
Part of I the crowd of ocr 'apt Alvin 1 I. MaMrom, NAS the middle of its second week
H thousand people \\ huI Itmssvilthe
1 here, is expected to gain momentum
< \ "-11' stay lie Hi-tii In Hi.
rlt:lil fori-tfround. Admiral Civilian WorkersJob ,
\\liil.-lH-ail presents Hie Noel |Ia->> tinier the ('hllllnlli/1shll) ,of
\H| Tropln (ilrft1) dining I the Chipl.nn: 1-'r'antis Lee Albeit, the
t''' to the ri.t and! Descriptions
1'1'1111111.) { piesent tine held in conjunction with
coinni.iinl.Ts. of TasronH.. \ .
i the nationwide t / appeal I for fundu
( onidr. I.eroy 1'ohn.on and
.' Being Classified Ii onducted throughout the!
l.f'cI lr. Robert 1.. ditting, { iiig
15S: non the award its the mustoulstan month ot March[ ,

.lnir I'leet Airrtic.| .* 1 Funds raised by the Amend
Rf\ ii-w d lid! la.ssihi "ition 'nt |>osilion -
:S<{Hi! .fir I |{eser\e TniinliiK ( ornnr.uid.I Station 'nil Scrii" 1 ice employees: in i/ed by the national orgurii/.ati.m
itioup:r 1 iVb category, aie being/ and by the various chapter fur
undertaken b\' the Area Wage and countless number' of services, chief
Jax-Navy Baseball Camp I 'Irismtti I Ion office, with every of v\huh is to coordinate and ,direct -
possible" classifier. assigned to the the resources of the nationin
lob in order to complete the sirrvev time of natural disaster and tit
I at the earliest possible date '! meet primary and fundamental
In First Session The deadline for the return of Red Cross responsibilities to the
SaturdayArea position descirptioiiri has not been nation's armed fortes and to veterans

specified, but the Area and Wage and then families
rMassiticatiori Office will give The funds raised will also pro
:, ample notification. when the date VldfOl' medical I use, without
Teen-Agers To Flock ISOXINI(; TONKIITJax (; Ins been set. charge for the products suftici
Job sheets as they were formerly eat blood derivative throughoutthe
-Navy v.s 1'Pnsacla Sl Main[
known will be returned to nation to help save lives an,i
To Mason Field For Play 'side Auditorium. at 2tltl< Eight The station in one group and not prevent needless suffering This i I"
K .i>d bouts, specifically by department or ac the goal I ot the :National" Bloo-l
Some :IQO young baseball enthusiasts in the KM': )'t>:lr'eUge (Continue on Page 21 Program.

group from this area will lw uti hand Saturday inorn- -

for the initial season of the newly created, Jax. av\'

Hoys' Ua.seljall Training (Camp) to bo held here at Mason

FieldSevenDay), ,

ceremonies have been planned
for the opening day festivities .
Week with :Naval Air Station and (cify
/ack-sonville officials puticipat- I
inx in the formal opening of the \ '
Begun At O&RTo school/ at 0o.Although! :! -V *4; "V2Z

some 200 vounsti'is

enable th..Jd. \' tI All at.iti iii have already "tetiu'ned theirappli
cations to attend the camp hereit
Overhaul and Repair .
is expected that the figure, may
tnaintain.Its enviable record during considerably by the lime t tr .
the third quitter of fiscal year the first ball U thrown out S.ituid.iy

1M9! H temporniy rescheduling: of morniiiji
working periods begin Monday. to In It gllth.IIITllt'sldY, : ot the
!board, members ot the school (ponsoied
piovide a seven-day woe k week
jointly by the Naval Air S hz i,
for th. assembly division
Station and the City of Jackaon
The work week has: so been arranged ville, Rear Adm, Durgin. Com
that it will not necessitate niander, Fleet Air Jacksonville
_hiring of additional employees, outlined the purpose of the school. '
ith each group maintaining a 10- its plans and the benefits derived. .:
hour-wf'ok work schedule, staggered t Irolu the program
o\er the even day week l.lilit( I'lrst S......l.iu
Recently the local, Oveihaul nnd Ac'cordmg to I 1.1. leorgBoer/ -
Repair department was commended 1'1. USMCfl, who thought up the
as the only Overhaul and Repair idea of the school and wit will .
department in the Navy to !I direct Us activities! the first session .
complete all overhaul and modification Saturday will be devoted AKTKKMXKV H'\'IF.W-'ltlt'r: of :'tI'aval1, Keerve Training/ n..uelm.. Richard F. Whitt'ht
schedules dining the second strictly lo extreme funJiment pastes Ilirongli (the rank of NAICTII active duty personnel. In (the afternoon portion ot )list Thursday'ia
quarter of the fiscal year 1919 (i(loiillniifii on 1'iH 3)) miniMl ,,,,,1..,,,. .%<'c

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Poae Two JAX AIR NEWS 10 March 1949

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The JAX AIR NEWS U published
weekly' at the U. S. Naval Air Station .
Jacksonville, Florida, and pi Int.J .
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funds ct no expense to the government -
and compliance with SecNav Circular -
U-tter 45-1918 dated 12 December 1943: ,
Copies< are distributed free ot charge
lit the Naval Air Slut Ion, the Naval
Air Reserve Training 1 Unit Natal Auxiliary 4
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U. S. Naval Hoapllal.

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the Ships' 1-:dttol tai Association and
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ot other matter, except by
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Chatter a'i'

If your birthday come' in

March, there's! a special treat in
More for you. There will be & gala

birthday party Thursday night
March 10 at 1930. All hands please

accept this as an Invitation since
the affair i*. in honor of those
"March babies" No RSVP la necessary.
SI; 5t r,

Recreation hall activity on Mon tt
day March 14 will feature a floor

how presented by Jack Cummingsof
radio station VVPDQ. Those who
saw the last show Jack Cummings

presented know that a 4,0 event

if in the offing, and those who 41

missed It. can make up for It by '" ,
seeing Monday' performance.Don't .
pass this one up! Learn II >'ART IT'S RIG DAV Months of training and
how reparation came into realization at the annual mill.
to play bridge, Friday after 1--L;;
noon in the Recreation hall at tary Inspection of JaokHonvllle's Naval Air Reserve i
Training Unit Rear Admiral Richard F.
1300. Instructions by qualified by Whitehead : A
bridge players) chic of Naval Air Reserve Training, last I r( fA

Thursday, Here' a pictorial summary of the event.

((1) Admiral Whltehead U greeted by ( apt. Frederic y
%3'. I'rleMinan, romamndlng officer of XARTU" 1C

SUPPLY I he alight from hits plane upon his arrival here. (2)Immediately )

upon his arrival, the visiting Admiral
Inspected the honor guard, comprised of NAHTfa

JsALHtsSIOKTS Marine Air Detachment, under command of Capt.J. -
R. Griffin. (3)) One of the gi e"t upraker of the ra

r evening, Rear Adm. Tallin T. Diirgln, Commander
| Fleet Air Jacksonville, pays a high compliment to -

I the work of the Reserves in the past year, during Is
SPOTLIGHT Supply his "ddrf>NlI. ((4)) Each !squadron of the "Weekend
Warrior, Hlmcat\ rigid attention all the chief of
keglers. loping home on their last s
lap have experienced several upsets Naval Air Kexene made his Inspection In the evening. >

during the season but none ((0) On hand to greet Admiral Whltehead upon
that seriously impaired their his arrival wan Ca|>t. ,\. I. MaMrom, NAS com

chances of bringing home the trophy mandingofficer ( right ) ahotvn with Capt. Priest-
to the depaitment. At this man (renter), Cnptaln Malwtrom was one of the

point it is still possible that OAR guest speakers of the evening ((6) fart of the huge

may slip throuhg: to grab the honors aMcmhlitjre dignitaries are caught during threception a
but with a flve-gsme lead overthe following the inspection. Left to right ar
nearest O &, R team competitorit ('ol. Frank II. Wlrtlg, chief of staff of Marine Air

isn't likely that their stream of Reserve Training,! ; Capt. Frederic I). Prle1nnanNAI5TI"

wins will be equalled by Supply'sstream commanding officer; Admiral Whitehead ;
of losses. Admiral I Diirgln, Commander Fleet Air Jacknomllle'

Lust week Freddie Quinna push and Lt. (:o1. Freeman \\', Williams, commanding officer ; 4 >

ed Bill Coby out of high individualfame I I of NAKTU's Marine Air Detachment.Commercial at -e :!.

honors with 274. Tentatively
a -

members planned and is a their league gUf'IIon party! for II I Bulletin I II i Not New Nuggets CiviliansContinued

March 26 at FOE Home on *thsheet. ( from Page 1)
A report of the affair will Bulletins will be accepted only until space In niled. Call ext. 8230. The bargains of the week at tivitiea. Following review c>f descriptions
be published here, if and when it I the Not-New Shop are baby by the Indutrh1.Ia\
FOR $Ar.EKitchen : going to the home of Mm, Rlobu at I
comes off la the friendly feud act. $10 frullai $15.: waffle, 5O04.E\ near hospital or railing exl. things- Tads, diapers at twei .- tions Division here, the wheels will
between the editor of the Air New Iron 52 electric heater with, fan J5 I 8386 i for-five cents and robes and be set in motion for returning
and your reporter, regarding the i I bookcase $5: and tricycle $5. White I 2 Ihlnf room sullen. for sale, for $V> dresses' five-cents each. Come I | them to employee Station policy!
3417-A Ellyion SI t Dewey Park. and0: respectively. Thompklrm,
elU'lwhllt these items last.'
of times
Supply girl specifies that a 30-day advance
ragerr Collapsible baby carriage, good con 1214-A Hancock St. Fh. R'VW
were beaten by the WAVES, dition $$.M. (:age, 3.108-B: Glbb, Dewey 6 ft, CollI pot refrleiBlor) $110. also" With another touch of chilly I written notice be given employees
we'll allow the editor to insert a Park. a Karryall 2 wheel" luggage trailer weather ;you'll be looking for an whose positions have been reduced
1937 "74" Harley Davidson! motorcycle $121\. Berry' 1020 Bar'iri St. NAS or
final statement on the affair. I Ed-I and 19.15 Both I ph eat 724 I extra wrap. Come see our newselection :, in grade, but in cases where j>(>si-
itor's note: Completely; unaware of ; dilion.: Two, bertroom home stucco, has tile of coats and jackets- lions remain the same or are advanced -
any feud but our Sports Department Baby stroller I play pen, car seat. Will I I balh I7Kr cash or J18.VI: down and I excellent buys for now or next in grade, notification to theemployees
I Hell nepuraleiy or together also '48 complete payments on tcrmi. HeShalne. fall.
was misinformed the will be .
on mat- custom' PeSoto convertible.. Older I 4WV Colonial Ave. Ph.I 9- approximate.
ter. The WAVES defeated the NAS 13.H.VA: Randolph St. NAS I 7915. Commission sales are handledon I' ly one week prior to the effective
Civilians twice during the season! Female Rnnton pup. six month old. Small house. on !5 carp lot. JZVO ca,hi Tuesdays\ only; Donations date of action by Personnel Action -
Our humble apologies lash to House broken and nicely marked. i( or "would, r('niilayl are always wE'komf"i j Form NAVEXOS 1200.
i' Reaaonnble. Hamilton 4620 Burkln i ment. West Rt. 7. Box B86H.i I ____
the ;yardarm and give us cream Head Rd. Fh. 2'; 215. i '37 Plymouth 2-floor\ with '42 rebuilt i In the event it is necessary to
puffs at twenty paces.) Baby lender, almost new, excellent ,, motor and mnKler brake c> Under. determine an employee's qualifications -

There is no question, however, condition St. 28858. 915. Slang, 1204 Hollywood '4fi$22 Chev..>, DHils 2.dlllr, ext.nedan.244. All nrrewoileii, CPO Golf Meet- to fill a position the time

about the way Supply boys are '49 Ford cuslom rlub coupe with, all i Inl'ludln1'111110 and healer J1ZVI.Kannln. requited to determine his eligibility -
doing on the court. As of last extra' Must Hell Immediately, will, (1(11\ Bniln St. NAS Ph. exl.! Over Week-end will) vary; but will be completed -
day, with one game remalnin Mon-I forfeit for 51695.! Parker. 1431-B Child 1 SCO or $162. shortly after notification
St. Ph. ext. 492. Guitar, "KII Kxoellentcond.
this half, they ate unbeaten anda 2 bedroom bungalow, neat and I Worth trade name SP..Vi!! : will y.sell lor ICM.Cnll Chief Petty Officers will viei The worker's pay check, in the
playoff for the championship' is tive. Near Sun Marco and 1'111.11111'111"1: I Mrs Hnni-cn. ext. :2f>X.MIK i for club honors in Their second event of any change, would be affected
still a good possibility. | clown' $:"SC! per month rh. : : ItI tNT: I monthly golf! tourney which getsunder the first pay period following -
ODDS AND ENDS Walter 1I.61OO! + ,*('. Roonvwllh (win, hcriM! bath eonnt-ctlng. I way Saturday at 1300 on the the personnel action.
2 3 old.
Rodgers! and Ollie Dutton wf'rt' Reeve*, 3-10.8 r l'wt.v Park.yean i j I $12 one
two of Supply representatives at '48 Chev. convertible F.xrellent condition JU<1. J The meet has been arranged especially may be given an "Ye Mystic; Revellers" ball a couple Sofa ,bed.Neal good Ph. condition 20N'4Iftpr! :JOO 16W.: 5-pc. Four u...m bonne 9'M\: \ month iicvlrtiri ; for any member of the | trinity to fill other vacancies for
furniture In house foiJ2OO.
"p, of weeks back Sue Adams was twin bed net $100 Haunt)', 1407 Cumberland i gnu ,J'\lI'h""Smith.' Mil South Water St. armed'forces) who enjoys,the priv- I which he may be qualified. But thisis
an attendant at former Supplyer JVI. Ph. *-fM14. IDI i ke. Kin. [ lieges of the local CPO Club. matter to be handled by ea hjppartml'nt
Cory home trailer 21 ft. will" mirilflce 'I
2 rll""mI ltJI 't..
Marjorie Herring's wedding;: this .' i>| electllrhlly I Awatds will be ( and such reassignmentas
;" for SI "(1 rash or terms, pearnon. equipped' kitchen. S7. monthly. NOchllflirn presented" for
-, past week-end in Thomasville) Shop 3282. I (""' II.flr! 1 after 14.'tf': the lowest! score, longest dt h't may be necessary will be left
The second and final Kiddie Revue Blue upholstery' day bed, gad condition I Two, three ream furnl t\l'd l "pt. Roth | least putts, nearest to pin on No. to the discretion' of the department
will be presented at 32:05 next $ 5. Connelly, Station I.ltnary In some tiullillnp J') : j Generally the
ext. 8224.A i !)..3Wi7.S 12. kicker win. most :.Vg\ In K row, speaking employee -
Tuesday, March 15. All who have ? ft. house trailer' newly palmed ieconditioned. roam < II11'Jlt n\ |is Tialler rouit. most 6> in R low, and! the highest has the privilege of resigning -
rot turned! in their pictures, but | lrepi 4. Soiano. ext I Yukon Corinei. shop :.VI75.HANTKK M or e, accepting, or appealing the .
who intend to must get them to 5O, e a action taken by the Area and
42 MI''uImclor hot rod with Lincoln -
your reporter not later than Monday Rely ullter Jinnnelle Slcwait. J147Ail.hl'ny Wage Classification Office.
UnnxmlMlon and dual I'lIlhu'.1 I
SI. Th K173. Driving;: up to the house to de-
afternoon. lion. Will ..-.11,1'' $425 cash. Slit A veteran entitled
1..c ifl. iililit'Od task loot 1 Sunilnytw 101"- to special)
livir the
Salute to Intent ijry With a J Anyone Ininested in household itemse I I the doctor almost ran over a lurk
b Informntlon. :
tough Job to do and the i.lldl Vnlunl.l. Veterans Preference
Act' of
object ( .
ahisln lh
at low cast
an m a h1 '
VVAHU U .' { ,,"idll. VK-M. ml t $:ft"1 "Is that duck out front ?" !
many friendly jokes, the spirit (-f Three illicit I'flwifn Mcliilf "'''1'. ymir may appeal either the classiflca-
camaraderie that the outfit maintains ': among whom are Lucille McDowell I slntlunV king hours' ham attic< he .Bfrlud the, father."It's lOll or the administration action
In enviable to say tht hast Amy Wilmot, Irvin Tale Flank to 11111)I. ImiUiia: hiililwln., >>xt.74.r> I Inlll.y I MilS, but it ain't no
Several old-timers) pillar <.f Supply I Barnett, Marie Nieset and oft I itadson shirr K'15- AvHlluMt I'.nln SI Cull NAS('acme'cat !I It'! a stork with his ]legs worn off I i and/or the Civil Service cornmis-

ore nunrilmeil In its new, {(IITIOf', Marion Fulchc-r himself 1'15.. 'I' from making *n many (11118. mon through proper channels.I .


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10 March 1949 JAX AIR NEWS __ Page Threw

I INSIDE ",' 7 "s'." \
I School Patrol
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Public Works Department welcomes I Displays Poise

< Comdr E, J. Peltier, who
wlll\relieve Comdr. Johnson Rome-

r .. time in the near future as Public During Review

Works officer. Lcdr. Rait is enjoying
R nice week's leave in Fort
Some 250 members of the Jacksonville -
Lauderdale School Boy Safety Patrol
Helen Roberts of Maintenance agrT
assumed their positions along
expresses sincere appreciation for of Navy personnel for formal inspection -
the sympathy extended in the rev i .
1. during the monthly personnel
tent death of her father, and also --i and review last
i inspection
"j for the lovely flowers. Designand _
Engineering now has a new Saturday. attention with
Standing at rigid,
.. reference library complete with all trained naval battalions the
the latest reference material (including smartly dressed Patrol members
art studies not von Government of .
drew the open approval Capt.A.
"t requisition) I. Malstrom, NAS commandingofficer.
Only one more week to buy : With military bearing and
your ticket for the Public Works aplomb, the boys'' battalion also
employees' dance. Tickets may be passed in review along with the
purchased from any member of the naval personnel.The .
recreation committee. The danceis r a ,
< a school boy battalion, composed
informal with a big turnout
4'x of five companies was commanded -
'I expected for the big evening of 4' j by Donald Sistrunk, with

fun.All Charles Kline as adjutant and John
interested In organizing a Weaver Thomas as honorary drill
Public Works men's Softball
team master.
contact Mr. Hall of the Power' TIIKII.L 'OF A -LIFETIME.Memhers- :; ';." tinJacksonville; School 'tiny,' '- 'aiiarf.; "(; The five companies were headed

plant No.3.Ell'anor or Mr.. Wright of Fire Station on!" a'* ('apt. A. I. Malnlrom, NAS commanding officer, and his Inspection party, IUt.... between their by drill masters Johnny Duncan,

rank during last Saturday's" station personnel inspection The Patrol, 250 strong, stood the Inspection James Ford, James Thomas, Mike
Womeldurf of Housing: jointly with naval Moe, and Pinkey Foster. The Jacksonville -
has been warned to keep her fingers personnel. - -- lads were led onto the field
: out of the safe door. Seems by Police) officer Thomas A. Parker -
she was just about to become A assistant patrol director.
casualty recently' when she got',' (Ikekendf4hinq7&fk Entomologist *-

her finger (caught Mr. W. F. i. I
Miller of the Furniture warehouse Review
has acquired a new outboard motor f Note, Here On Duty

., and he's been trying It out in (Continual from Page 1)
'.. preparation for his journey to the fro m ing began his visit here with tn

r happy fishing grounds Speaks FridayOne Immediate: inspection of the honor
Tom Cowan went to the 1 Ice show guard composed of Marine Air' Dctachment -

,' last Thursday. It must have been I I NARTUI of the outstanding entomologists ': members from NARTU.

f ,1mighty good show for Tom took In the country, Lcdr. B. V.j i jTr Col. Frank H. Wlrsig, chief of
- ;. annual leave Friday D. R. Rogers I II avers, MSS USNR, assistant di- staff of Marine Air Reserve Training -
has been making some weekend'i itilps I FASKON 188-The annual inspection like squatting pelicans in a gale I 1'lector of the Orlando Station, U. who arrived shortly after Ad-

lately to visit his "('ousln ." ':, is history now, and with All Fasron 138: men desiring a i j is. Department of Agriculture, who miral Whitehead and his party opened -
(We like cousins too.) 'its passing Fur'on8: can hold commission in the Naval Reserve or I I lis serving two weeks active duty the day's series of reviews
J I Iits head high and mighty for haling \'- desiring to become an aviation cadet at the Naval Air Station, will be with an inspection of the entire

I received the Noel Davis trophy, In the Naval Reserve are asked ;!; the guest speaker at the weekly' Marine Air Detachment of NARTU,

Civilian I! emblematic of the finest fleet air to nee Comdr. t", E. Schrader, |',, gathering of the Engineering Pro commanded by Lt. Col. F. W. Williams. -
Workers !j! service squadron in the entire Nav. training officer" of NAKTF an soon fessions Club Friday at the Seminole -. r
al Air Reserve Training command. 1 ad possible. Hotel. I>etH>led Inspection

Study Methods The unit, aside from receiving j We deeply regret having to an-I i!' Attached to the Bureau of Entomology In the afternoon, the active duty
the high award, won for itself -'bounce the death of Lt. (jg Low- and Plant Quarantine of personnnel of the Naval Air Rei '
plenty of recognition in the 'ry's father. We want to take this :i|(I I the Department of Agriculture serve Training Unit, 19 offf'rllend !

At Dow ChemicalAaron press both locally and nationally.In opportunity to extend our deepest ,I i Commander Travers recently returned 246 enlisted men, assembledfor
';. presenting<< the Noel Nails |sympathy to Lt. (Ijg\ Lowry one .I Io'f I I from a seven.month' tour of an Inspection in ranks by the
', trophy at last Thursday's Inspw- the sq'uadron's newest members, Alaska where he was in direct visiting Admiral. Following this Inspection -
; K. Taylor and Milton R. :''lion, Admiral Whltehead, Naval and his family. ,. supervision of research dealing visiting staff members
Culp, civilian employees of the Air Training chief, praised the I with control of mosquitoes and paired off with NARTU department -

Naval Air Station Overhaul and squadron| liighly. He stated that ,I| other insects'hile there he made heads for an inspection of

Repair department returned last wit of 27 Naval. Reserve bane BaseballContinued a study of plant life and took mimerous each division with the Admiral In
week from a five-day tour of the supported by the Fleet Air Service | colored films of the arctic the meantime inspecting' everyshop
Dow Chemical company at Bay ( from Page 1)) and facility of the unit.
Squadrons Fasron 158 Man Hotel i territory which he will use to illustrate
I City! :Mich., where they conducted tops by the Naval I Reserve staff 'of the game. Each following session his talk Friday. In the climax of the day's activities -
IIn intensive study of the newest will be a progressive step ,, the "WeekendVar 1'1\t8",
The visiting admtrul also 1|I Having spent' 14 years with the
techniques and procedures most of them veterans of World
on -
magnesium forward for the youngsters.
i I commended former commanding : Department of Agriculture, Trav.I -
t welding, officer Omdr. I.. P. Johnson along i Membership cards will be issuedto 1'I ers served with the Naval Medical',, War II who come to the station
w, Taylor and selected week-ends to maintain and improve
Culp were on -
with present commanding officerComdr. all applicants who will receive Research Unit No. 2 in the Pacific
by the to make the their wartime skills, te
Navy came
study on
K. I.. Gllllng, who at the competent coaching in the fundamentals during the war. He was the first to
the basis of their attention Admiral Whitehead
( long as
experiencein lime the award ass won, was ex-: of the game. The camp bring DDT into that infested area
< .. welding and instructing. While and his staff passed' through
i rcuthe officer will be held each Saturday for and also introduced spraying by "
\ at Dow Chemical the two local ranks for inspection.
i employees -
.r the live weeks, with the final (Isliontt'mpo..lly aircraft. Later he was connectedwith
1 I Among dignitaries presentduring
j, in the review of the six
., were constant contact Following
: the annual review was slated for April 9. Presentation the medical logistic' st'l'tion'
with research chemists Admiral Whitth adpl'ellf'nted
were '
I I Rear Adm. Calvin 1, of certificates and an at Pearl, i Harbor.
:.' I ; Durgin, Commander -
: given: access to the research' laboratories the Noel Davis trophy
"".""c I i Fleet Air Jacksonville; all-star fray will top the final ;I I At present Commander Traversis to Comdr Leroy P. Johnson past
'i Capt. A. I. Malstrom' NAS commanding week of play, Boerner stated. Incase studying Insect control methodsin '
\ : Many of the procedures studied commanding officer of Fasron 158
officer; Col. Frank H of foul weather, the gather the laboratories of the Naval
j, which are considered highly important and Lcdr. Robert L. Gitting!!, present
fJ. Wirsig, chief of staff of Marine ings will be moved indoors. Air Station Dispensary under the
l in the maintenance of aircraft commander of the unit. Fan on
Air Reserve Training; NARTU'sown Assisting Boerner will be his direction of Lcdr. John M. Hirst.
f.. will be adopted by the localOverhaul 158 was awarded the trophy u
f./ and Repair department. commanding officer, Capt. staff of ten instructors, This control unit is the pnly; one in j I' the top most Fleet Air Service

;:" The inspection tour is in keeping Frederic W. Priestman; and C. The camp director also reportedthat '1 the Navy and offers opportunity squadron in the Naval Air Receive

I I 1* with the Navy's program planned Frank Whitehead, mayor of Jack- I several major league clubs for training, courses to Reserve entomologists i Training Command.

i,.. to maintain highest Industrial efficiency sonville. I have shown interest when, informed I' > |i ii Many lgniUrle
: at its installations.ThanlcYou Mayor Whitehead of Jacksonville I of the new program, and if it is I During the evening ceremony
The husband who knows where
S.- preftented" a certificate of cllIrritfthlp I at all possible, some of the major i :' medals were pinned on two NAR.
his wife her' nickels has
of the City of Jacksonville i leaguers may make personal appearances keeps TU members. Lcdr. Lloyd C. Barn
Note to Admiral Whitohead and i during the school. ; nothing on the husband' who knows lard received the Distinguished FlyIng -

In doing so expressed hU desire : Dignitaries Listed where the maid's quarters are !;! Cross for completing his 20th

that the Admiral spend his re. : I mission the line
For over Japanese in
Cag-4 PilotsA Expected to be on hand for Saturday's Just because' a girl I is well oiled ,
tired years In sunny i Florid I the Pacific and also five gold stars
opening day festivities are is no guarantee that the won't Isquf'al. i
note of thanks from two It wa rather chilly In Client lew, all the members of the Baseball I' in lieu of his fourth, fifth sixth
grateful pilots who crashed their HI., when Admiral Whitehead departed board including Rear Adm. ( and eighth Air Medals Elvia L.
Camp i ----
plane on a tiny island near Nassau and It could be that the Calvin T. Durgin, ComFalrJax; sonville Journal. ;, Masters, ADI, was awarded the

Sound was dispatched this maj-or'n<< words did carry a little Capt. A. I. Malstrom, NAS commanding Special Invitations have been Air Medal for completing a fifth

;X r week to their rescuers, Lt. (jg) D. more 8(11)4..1.It | l.i l. officer; Frank Winchell.executive tended to George A. Pierce, t'x'i mission against the enemy.

H. Williams and Ensign F. A. Dan. i is too early to judge just' how secretary, Tourist and commission chairman: J. The speakers' and reviewers'
., irea) of Squadron VF-41, Carrier well Fasron 158 stacks stand brimmed with distinguished
up with Convention Bureau; C. Frank Sweat, president of the city council i
Air Group based here. other squadrons over the country. Whitehead' Mayor of Jacksonville; ; Ray Greene, chairman of the guests Among those present

I .'" The two commercial pilots, John When the unit won the trophy ,',I, W. Daniel Boyd, superintendent of county commission; Jack Aragon, along with Admiral Whitehead
', .. McIntosh and Knox Kruetzer of last year, percentage of compli- ,i!I public Instruction; N. L. Mallison. and Crowther Boyd, manager and Admiral Durgin, Captain MalIIItrom

Savannah Ga., crashed while trying ml'ntAbOR..d at the time of inspection ,,I superintendent of recreation business manager respectively of and Captain Priestmanwere
to. make a forced landing Feb. was better than it was this George Coyle, American Legion: the Jacksonville Baseball club. A : Capt. Watson, CNAResTra's
',' 25 while heading for Orlando, Fla. )('IU. Last year's total compliment ;'; Arnold Finnefrock, Florida Times- special invitation has also been dispatched ) Chief, Training officer; Chaplain
$( The two were spotted after rot was about PO per cent, but Union sports editor; and Joe Livingston to Governor FullerVar] Francis L. Albert, who gave the
: too long a wait by the two local this year with 111 men enrolledthe I sports editor of the Jack- ren. Invocation; Lcdr.. McRobett, Aideto
1fi.' Jliers. ._ CNAResTra ; C. Frank Whitehead -
squadron was only 84 1 3 of ,, ---- --- --- --- -'- --- -- -----
f;;.?.'... In their message of thanks, the total compliment. mayor of Jacksonville: Joseph
Xreutzer and McIntosh pointed Thewe figure, plus our landing Davin, general manager of the
f .: ou the wonderful treatment received on working inspection held by the l Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce -
and expressed more thanks toI' staff during our regular drill, ; Al Cahill, president of the
y the Naval AJr Station and all per. when added together and compared Florida State Junior Chamber c>f
t ftonnel involved in effecting the with oilier Fanron all over Commerce; Col.! R. G. Howie, commanding
Jf'P<'Ue. the nation, Mill lie-' announced after MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM I officer of the Florida Military

I, all dress Inspection have been Movies, : Weeklay -1730 and 2000; "f'4'k.f'nI1-14J1I! HAd! 2WHt. District and Big Gen. Mark
t completed by the Admiral It TIU'RSDAY i \\'. Lance, Adjutant General of the

Blessing Of Children lake a lot to stay on top once "THE VALIANT HOMBRE," starring Don Rtnltdo and Leo State of Florida, representing the

At Sunday Services Son are there, and He all hope we Cnrlllo. I Army; Capt. Frederic Funke commanding -
hale put forth enough effort to FRIDAY officer of NARTU at

Blessing of children will be part retain our top ranking. 'I "TARZAN'S MAGIC FOUNTAIN," featuring Lee Barker and NAS Anacostia; and Comdr. Pal-

After three months of foul Brenda er, NAS Anacostla,
tit the 1045 chapel service Sunday I weather Joyce.
morning March 13 at All Saints' at Fasron 158 regular drills, !SATVKOAY i ANI SI'NUAY .
Chapel, it was revealed today by I sunny skies finally opened up for "NO MINOR VICES with Dan Andrews and Lily Plmei.MOMMY "Out with it!" ordered the pi
1. Chaplain Francis Lee Albert I the last (trill. The multi-engined lot. "If you can't say it, sing it."

'. Parents wishing to have their i birdmen whom we support, were "JU WILLIAM'S LUCK," starring Walt Graham and. Gloria The GI took a long breath and
children dedicated to God and to ruble to pt in their sorely needed March.' sang: "Should auld acquaintancebe

the Christian way of life are flight time. As usual Fasron 158 TI1F.S o )AY AN) UKDNKMIAY forgot and never brought to

vited to communicate with in-I I hummed with activity, with planes "MOTHER IS A FRESHMAN," featuring Lurclta Young and mindthe bombardier fell over-
1 lain Albert, station chaplain. \ip in the blue instead of sitting Van Johnson' board> ; he's half a mile behind."


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Fo JAX AIR NEWS 10 March 1949

Host Of Candidates Rivals@ Exchange Blows

Huge Diamond Squad Is Due

For Big Paring In Ranks In Mitt Program Tonight

With the opening fray with Uaiford prison a little more : -

than a week off Jax-Navy diamondeers are being sent Action Galore Promised

through gruelling daily workouts in order to pare down the WAVES Close

huge soiled\ of aspirants\ battling for starting team l berths.The i In Jax-Pensacola BoutsFistic

first word on the 1919 nine -
his mound staff Boerner has Cage CampaignWith
based on the first week of practice I'I'O'n
will fair capable services of vets Jim warfare returns to the local scene tonight when
notes that NAS have a
"country" ball club. Coach Boerner Daley and "Ace" Woolbiight and the combined forces of NAS Jax and Green Cove Springs 20 Wins

spent a better pot tion of this week I I is expecting the return'48 of lanky"Red" tangle with the strong squared-circle combine from Naval
Doll another Jax-Navy
whipping the squad into shape and twirler. Air Training Base, Pensacola, in an eight-bout program starting t Bringing the curtain down In

the hopefuls started to hit the Coach Boerner himself is no I at :WOO at the Mainside auditorium. I I stellar fashion, the NAS WAVE
and chase flys days .
apple notch -- ----- -- -- -
stranger to the Mason field base- Always sporting a top hoopsters ran their season finalto
with plenty of vim and vigor. Julio in New York
ago paths. In 1945 under Charley Gehr- ring squad, the Pensacola outfit weight Zayas 20 wins and 5 losses, with four
With little more whittling !
a with the Jacksonville Golden
will aboard three and four 1 last
inger one of baseball's most prom come consecutive court triumphs
down of the "dead wood" sevel'alintt'r'.squad
Green Cove's
Glovers Johnny
inent figures, Boerner held down deep in every weight class carry- week.
games will probably be I the initial sack and batted a .338 ing five heavyweights who like 1 Hawkins will probably do the i The local sextette topped all
on the menu before the opener."It's I honors in the heavy class. :
for NAS Jax. action. I I performances this season when
too early to say anything Pat Patterson NAS lightheavy
-- -------- took Standard Oil
With the Jax Navy ace heavy- they a cagers
and I don't want to out ona
now who has piled up a brilliant record I Into tow, 51.9 in the finale. Other
limb before the campaign gets this season will be taking onPensacola's
; victims who fell by waysidein
started" Coach Boerner offeredIn Golf ExhibitionAt 1 best, in sharing the
the last four outings were
query to this year's possibilities.: Louise Suggs 'spotlight with Hawkins.
Norfolk NAS WAVES, by a 46. .
Pitching Strong : Local Links I I Plenty of Action I17: count, Rollins College 41-30
Several of the holdovers have Makes Golfing 1 Con Quillon, NAS lightweight and Southern Bell 4420.

gotten into shape and are looking and wearer of the Jax Novice In the Standard Oil fray, the

like their old selves. With a pairof By Patty BergFollowing I Appear Simple crown is expected to see action. I WAVES were sparked by the scintillating .
good catchers in Bill Crane and Quillon tooka unanimous three point making of coach
Ken Werner. the backstopping I "Golf is a very simple game". 1 round decision from Coco Solo's i "Skip" Moser who collected 18

should present no immediate problem on the heels of two I so says Louise Suggs, one of the Elmer Miller 'in his last outing. i points and Fran Free with 16. It

If Boerner can get some power other outstanding feminine per- I nation's foremost feminine golfers, Quillon has been the surprise of was the locals contest from the
on the infield and in the pas- formers, Patty Berg top-ranking 188 she made the game look just this year's squad. I II opening whistle, with defensive
ture things would be much I that way during her exhibition I Other rlngmen who are expected honors going to NAS guards Ellen >
brighter. professional woman golfer, will ,I performance at the Naval Air Station to see action against Pensa- Duncan and Eleanor 'Stahl

-_. _- stop off at the Naval Air Station I links Tuesday afternoon, I cola tonight are welterweight Hal bush.

Meet golf course Saturday afternoon Combining a true swing with McKinney; George Mills, Green'' 1\lo".r, and Free Star
March 12 for an exhibition per rhytmic body motion, plus poise I Cove Springs middleweight; and I II Putting their undefeated recordin
formance. and grace the lithesome Georgia Bob Russell, lightweight. j i service courldom against the
For Net AspirantsCandidates peach showed the huge gallery at i Tonight's card will be a fine I strong Norfolk WAVES, here on
Golf enthusiasts in this vicinityare Tuesday's exhibition why she is tune-up for the all-Navy boxing <, the local court, the local girls in

for the Naval Air really getting a glimpse of the rated so high in the world of golf. I championships in San Francisco, j i blue hit the bucket from every

Station tennis squad begin their nation's topnotch feminine golfers Accompanied on her tour by Jean I Calif., May 22 when the power- angle to ring up the lopsided vic
battles for team berths in an all. Hopkins, outstanding amateur, laden dukes of the Navy, Marines, tory. Moser and Free again paced
which this week at the NAS layout. Lou. I
station tournament commences -
Miss Suggs awed the gallery with and Coast Guard fly at each otherto the station combo in the point
Wednesday March 9 and ise Suggs the South's gift to golf- decide the 1949 j 19
I her true shots during the clinic champions. making department racking up
runs through Friday March 18. I dorn, and Jean Hopkins one of preceding the tour of the course. The cream of the crop meet in and 20 points respectively
All matches in the meet will be I the annual affair at San Francisco It Moser and Free who led
the country's leading amateurs, Her partner Jean Hopkins also J was
played at the Ship Service tennis I I gave a demonstration of driving with one team from each of the the NAS sextette to its victoriesover
were visitors here Tuesday.
courts after 1600 daily beginning ,
during the clinic. eight Naval athletic competition Rollins College and Southern
March 9, with pairings to be an- Recent winner of the Tampa ,I 'i districts honors,
for Bell. The
vying College
Miss teamed with Compe- hoopsters gave
nounced in the plan of the day. Open, Patty Berg will be accompanied I I Suggs course II (
Jack Harvey to take the measure tition will be conducted under the the local squad trouble in the first
Owen Williams station runneruplast by Betty MiKennon of Texas pro
of Jean Hopkins and Hal Gru- official Amateur Athletic Union half but a torrid pace set by the
year will coach the JaxNavycourt outstanding amateur who set ber San Jose in a I "Rules for Boxing" as derived point making duo was too much forRollins
pro two-up
team in the coming cam- the ladies' course record of 69 in '
nine hole match. I from international boxing rules. In the Southern Bell
paign. the tourney at Tampa. Miss Berg 1'1Two Bouts will be conducted on a single fracas Free hit the bucket for H
Matches have been scheduled for will hold a clinic at the driving I elimination basis i matkers and Moser garnered 13.
the month of March with Univer- range at 1400. after which she will -- -
sity of Florida Mar. 19; Georgia tour the layout with Miss McKen- I
Tech Mar 20, and 21 : and Duke j non in an 18-hole match, accom- Intra-Mural Cage Combines

University Mar. 28. All matches panied by a duo of local Iinksmen.I .
will be played on the local courts. I I Share HonorsIn
Await Shauqhnessy Playoffs

Jax-Navy Basketeers Pin LoopTaking With the Shaughnessy playoffsIn -
the station intra.Jn ulal basket- auditorium yesterday afternoon.
ball tourney slated to get under- I FASRON: will battle the Marines
an early lead in the sec- today on'the NATTC court In a tilt
way next week, quintets in the
ond round of competition Tn the enlisted that will also decide whether or
American and National loops have
Conclude Season PlayJaxNavy's men's bowling league Ma- been setting a blistering pace on not FASRON will hold the undisputed

rines and VF-81 pinmen forged the hardwood this past week in i possession of the top perch.
their way into a first place dead I FASRON: has sailed through the
making their bid for a berth in
l basketeers bowed out from the 1948-49 cage lock by downing NARTU and Overhaul the title round. second round unscathed with win

scene in winning form last Saturday night, drubbing the and Repair respectively.Both The top four combos in each over the Dispensary Police, R>1,

Olsen quintet from Daytona Beach 60-56 to take consolation now have a clean slate of league will be eligible to competefor and Operations.

honors in the Florida American Basketball Congress tour- four points each. j i the NAS court crown with ,I In American loop cage contest
Hospital in the meantime splita Supply in the National and FAS- this past week the Marines halted
nament staged at the Jackson high school court.In I
match with the CPO club and RON 6 in the American race prac- the R.I quintet 42.31, Operation
downing the club -- -
Daytona took a 3.1 decision from Opera the dumped O&R 31-25, FASRON took
Coach Boer ner'a score, knotted at 56-56 with just tically sewing up top spots
George cagers I tions to the second place a forfeit from the Police, Dispensary
', a minute to play. The Cavalier capture with their victories last week.
win (II
registered their 21st in 29 '
the club clinched the verdict with two slot in the tourney with a :;.3 Supply went to the post in the I tripped O&R 44-33, FASRON"
games played during season. I I I
ecord. second round decided I trimmed Operations 44-24, ant
well placed long heaves In the dy- a underdogbut
Top seeded in the ABC tourney
who reversed the tables and scored the Police forfeited to R-l.
ing waning moments. | Andy Mirabito copped
which was won by the Terminal I In the
Club of Jacksonville, Jax-Navy Wesley Paxson tallied 26 pointsto single game honors in the first successive wins over the Hospital, NARTU loop (chase
met defeat In their initial take scoring honors for the winners half of the intra-rnural contest Maulers Com Fair, Personnel and walloped Personnel 53-
I the VF-81 VU outfits to remain at the of 44, Supply copped a forfeit from
while Ace Woolbright garnered with a 268 tally paced top
fray at the hands of an experienced
Cavalier Club 68-63 However I 16 and Red Doll registered crew to their victory by compiling I the heap. Supply was scheduled to the Maulers and VU edged the
total of 530 clash with NARTU at the NATTC Hosital in the closing second, 50-
tne locals salvaged some 13 for the Navy. a series pins. 49.
-- -- --- -- -
honors by regaining their form in J I
.. ,
the consolation fray by disposing: I :"t. c.: "''''.'., I __ .... .f '
...... "J. w4.m.
of Daytona. Hospital Combine

The tournament consolation fray

was nip and tuck throughout with 1 ; Setting Hot Pace 'r
Jax.Navy Daytona swapping

leads numerous times. Several rap- rR In Golf CircuitPaced
Id field goals in the dying moments

put the locals in front and gave by smooth-swinging Doe

them the eventual win. Henderson, who posted a neat 37

Paul Petty sparked the Navy over nine holes, Hospital golfers
with 16 markers while Ace Wool- F bested Overhaul and Repair to gain

bright and Pat O'Rourke aided the a tie with their victims for top

cause with contributions of nine spot in the National League division
and eight points respectively. Po- in the station intramural

litz and Brooks shared Olsen scoring golf tournament now in progress.In .
t honors with 14 points apiece. the American league, Fasrou
Shooting with exceptional kill six is still leading the field of six

j.,... at the outset of their first tourney squadron teams, boosting their lead.
clash with the Cavaliers, to 47J,1 points by swampln VF81in
r Coach Boerner's lads hit a snag their last outing.

'. midway in the final quarter to'i Operation's National loop divot-
,'i i allow the Jacksonville quint to I I L'riia diggers now in second place, gained -
close the gap, and finally fell be. additional points behind the
hind in a rough-tough final few powerful driving of Erwin Scott.
j minutes of play. 4, z Y Paired with Amil Furry, who reg.

-; NAS went into a 25-17 lead In istered a best ball of 31, Scott(
the first quarter by connecting on finished with a 36 for nine holes.(

50 per cent of its shots, but still Hospital NATIONAL' I.KAM'N: : Point .

had to stave off the determined Overhaul 1 and Repair jfi',4 22tt.
Cavaliers to remain in front 31.31 -, Operations pi':.?
I' at half-time. Jax-Navy went on a Supply & 1 I'emnrinol 4
scoring: spree in the opening minI RING DOWN CURTAIN"-Compiling a record (of 21 1 wins and 8 10..ltl"6, Ja-Navy' 1918.49 cage! X-l NARTU DlvUInn 2
rl ute of the third canto to go ahead ,squad cloned IU slate last Saturday l h.V capturing the consolation honor In the ABC tournament In AWKKK'AIS' (: J.\I1( r; <)
47-39, but the Jacksonville com. Jacksonville. The squad also Southern Fleet'Air rhantpw. Include, front row, left t<> right Hay Halo, FASRON SK 'I' 4f!/
bin once more burst forth with George Tlrpak, "Arky" Artmlrong. Kill Carlton. Ace YYoolbrighl, and Joe "'Inlt",. Back row, left 1<' VI<'.1J2 2-,;

II. another rally to finally overtake right, Coach George Boomer, l)U-k Nelson. Bob Ha..r. Paul Petty, Lon ChrNteiifen Paul King, Red VF-8J V F-l:3 .9!,4

the locals, 5352. A fast and bit- Dull, John Cea *r sad .fiMn*< r Rill ('"....e. Minnlng from th" picture are Pat O'Kourkft, Curl Wheeler VF-HI ftI

terry waged battta ensued, with the And Harry Eppr*<'". n'-8Page :\. ()




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