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. .' Congratulations To "Weekend Warriors" On 3rd Birthday

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VOL. 15. 14 July 1949

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

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:r Three NAS Men i Jax City Council

Commended Here

i Decontrols Rent
I For Rescue WorkThree I

Despite Appeals
Naval Air Station men ]!

: were commended by Captain
I Failing to heed the appeal of
I ; Alvin I. Malstrom NAS commanding -
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I Navy officials in this area, plus
gii I officer, for their alertness hunreds: of other citizens: the
I I Jacksonville City Council voted
I and excellent performance I almost unanimously in favor of

of duty as members of the crew I removing rent controls affecting
some 52,000 rental units in the
of the PBY search and rescue' i Jacksonville area.

plane which was dispatched to Landlords and tenants heatedly
I argued over the case at a public
the scene of the crash of an in
I hearing a jam-packed council
F8K aircraft eight miles northof I chamber Monday night at which
time Lcdr. Donald Rait who rep
Fernandina on May 26. I resented the principal commandsof

: (i. the Jax area, presented a pro
Commended were Arthur R.I test of decontrolling rents

Seibert ADI; T. M. Henderson, Rent Control in Jax is now up
to Gov. Fuller Warren who is
I expected -
AL3; and Raymond R. Parris to
approve the council'saction.
ADI. A copy of the commendation .

will be made.a part of their,) I Speaking for Rear Adm. John
current service record. I H. Cassady, Commander. Fleet
I I Air Jacksonville and Captain AN
.. .. __ I : vin I. Malstrom NAS Command
roJf1., L.'t I r.tL "':"' '''''''''''''''' .--.. -.... : I ,
ing Officer, Commander Rait
.t.!''" presented -
'. ,. the opinions of both by
'" TIIRKF: YEARS OLD-Rated letter to the huge throng at Mon
' i r at top of the list among; the day's gathering
P"':"':: nation's Reserve Air Units, Naval Admiral Cassady's letter staled
Jr Air Reserve Training Unit, that housing shortage here has
r :: .. NAS Jax: helps to celebrate l the not been met and the removal of
third anniversary of the Reserve rent controls by an "unsound decision
Air Training: Command now would be highly unde
L this week. Organized Air Reservists sirable from the civic as well a<
from the local unit's air Navy viewpoint." ,

t,... group, CVLG-52, pose before Arguments Presented
the large sign set on top oft "The personnel of the Navy
} : NARTU's hangar in top photo. have decided an easily under
": 'f. ?; Pilots of CVLG-52 proceed to stood desire to make their homes
! .;, their planes (first photo right) near large naval installations
',. :\"" ; for regular gunnery training while on sea duty" Admiral Cas
't. }(.f flightswhile VA-52-L pilots sady's letter said. "That is, whenour'

'i ...... pause a few minutes for briefing air groups go to sea for 6 or
: :. (right). 8 month, their families will remain
,,: that
in this area provided
f1 living costs for these dependentsare

".F'!;'}, Middies Due Naval Air Reserve Unit citv not of Jacksonville prohibitive.should I think benefit the

by the experience of such
}( Here I fleet centers as Norfolk, San Die.
: Friday go and San Francisco. These cit.
Observes 3rd Birthday ies have finally found o I.t that) a

,' Another group of second class I considerable number of families
,9: the and family incomes will come
7' midshipmen from U. S. Naval
1 from scratch with handful of the Naval Air Reserve Training
Academy are due to arrive at the Starting just a men, I permanently to any Navy city
:,,if/.. Naval Air Station Friday aboard i Unit based at NAS, Jacksonville joins 26( other strategically scattered units throughout the i when local citizens are'Villmg to

.,.;:}i '. the huge flying boat Caroline j nation in celebrating the third anniversary this week of the Naval Air Reserve Training meet them halfway."
.; Captain Malstrom's letter which
: Mars for a tWo-day orientation Command
I I .
reminded that 2800 Navy families
tour as part of their summer pro-
t ----- -- Although it was not until September reside Jacksonville
> now in greater -
+"' gram. James Morrow of 1946 that NARTU first area, said "If rent controlis
The Caroline Mars took off 3 I
came being, the local unit
.' removed it seems reasonably to
from with its
Chesapeake Bay 89
with the others marks
along its
(Continued on Page 3)
midshipmen and was expected to Attains AwardJames anniversary with the Command. _
make stops at Floyd Bennett i
Field, N. Y. and Quonset Point, W. Morrow, AMC, has !\\1ANY UNITS i
R. I., before coming here. \ :I From its humble beginning the Junior Patrol
been awarded commendation
a by Naval Air Reserve Command has
The group due here this weekIa' I "
,. :end is the first part of the second NAS commanding officer Captain ,: made great strides until today it ( '
"'i 1. ,battalion, the second group of i Alvin I. Malstrom for outstanding; consists of enough aircraft and Studies Plans
) h' which will arrive July 25. Two i i accomplishments and performance I trained men to man 55 carriers.
''w groups have already made their j lof duty while assigned to the I I In addition to this the Reserve ,
; ,'" summer visits at NAS, the first Ground Training Division. !: has 27 patroland reconnaisance ? d During CampThe
'" l' ', '. trriring here June 6 and the sec"I' Chief Morrow has been commended squadrons, 25 transport squad
,..... ',i>n4..* ade a two-day visit hereJljuie for demonstration of out- I, rons and 45 service squadrons in
\ 19. ,A total of 756 midshipmen 1! standing ability and Initiative in I Ii readiness. This vast armada is first of two groups of
: .;. .., \ members of the class whichwill j improvising modifications to nonstandard I augmented by 35 more squadronsof Jacksonville Junior Safety Patrol
graduate next June, are due devices, when standard the Marine Air Reserve. members assembled Mondayat
for summer visits at NAS. Stillon devices were not available, in or- Reservists are currently main the Naval Air Station for one
the docket are visits in August der to meet the demands for the taining their flight and aviation I week's encampment during which
and September |showing of training film. In addition skills in more than 60 major cities time they will learn how the
' ,;,k Air cruises are a new part of he has been cited for exerting I throughout the United States. The Navy protects its personnel from
!' !.f.: the middies' summer training I tremendous effort to reestablish Naval Air Reserve Command embodies every type of hazard.
: '. program which usually includes a the Central Aviation Film 22 Naval Air Stations, four About 126 youngsters were included
,",' "''if! sea cruise. The middies will tour Library after the transfer of the training units, and one lighter in the group arriving here
I 'fL',. _21 of the Navy's key air stations. equipment from this command.I than-air (blimp) training unit, Monday under the guidance of
i ", - plus 30 Aviation Volunteer Units. their mentor police officer Thomas

5 ?$ :;- District Swim Meet Slated I this As command a very the important"Weekend part War.riot's" of of a A.week's Parker.duration Two encampment are planned

although a number of those in the
\ causeto
of NARTU Jax have

, X""" For Indoor Pool July 27-29 : record.celebrate The local with unit their has excellent done a s present through group the second intend week to remain

Selected from the sixth through,
\ One of the station's biggest 40 job in establishing and maintaining --- the
eighth grades from 28 school
and Enterprise Streets. But, since and I
sporting events of the year will an organization ready
. take place at the huge indoor NAS Jax is no' longer a Naval willing for emergency operations.The AWARDED l1F.n.NAS in and scholarship on a basis, the on conduct lad

swimming pool July 27-29 when Air Training activity all ,Naval Organized Reservists are the commanding officer, Captain will make daily patrols with thestation's
the light is flashed for the bases in the Southeastern sector modern Minute Men of Naval
green Alvin I. Malstrom, pins the Air I police officers and in.
Sixth Naval District swimming will converge here to decide the Aviation. |
Medal on Kyrl O. Woolbrlght, spect safety devices and method.
i and diving eliminations. Sixth ND championships. j NARTU Jax has six organized I in use here which have won con -
I' Keen competition Is expectedfrom I A02, in ceremony during last
This is the fourth successive I Reserve squadrons of "Weekend i mendation from the Industrial
season that NAS Jacksonville has all entries with NATJC Warriors" who drill regularly, week's inspection. Woolbrightwas : Relations department in Washing
.. been chosen as the stage for early jl Memphis and NAS Pensacola! delegations five Navy squadrons and one Marine awarded the medal for ton.
4 All-Navy eliminations which lead holding don the favor- I squadron. Three, Associated meritorious achievement I n During the afternoon of their
'I" toward the final battle. The three ite spots. Other teams besides Volunteer Units 1 located at aerial flight as gunner of a torpedo arrival here, the patrol lads: were
-1, ;." preceding years, the Naval Air Jax-Navy, which will chum the I Charleston, S. C., Orlando, and taken on an extensive tour of the
plane aboard the USS Saratoga
/ water in the coining meet are [ I
i Training Athletic Conference Jacksonville, Fla. are also under base, and enjoyed a cruise on a
,. '" meets were held in the huge< Indoor Cabaniss Field Texas; NAS Pen- the local unit's wing. .' in 'operations against the Navy LCI to Green Cove Spring
pool on the corner of Cilli I ,(Continued Pate 2) (Continued on Page 2) I Japanese. Tuesday. w

Vdge Two JAX AIR NEWS 14 July 1949

Jax Air News Facility OfficeOf '

Editorial Office

South Wing, Lower Deck ;

Bldg. 030: Barnett Bank

Telephone Extension--8184

Andrew II. rianty, EdiUr ;
Has 6th Birthday .
The JAX AIR NEWS It published
weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Sla-
lion Jacksonville. Florida and printed
commercially with non-appropriated s 4 Ip\ its six years of service ren.

funds tt no expense to the government ? a dered here, a total of 1,180,482 customers -
and In compliance with SecNav Circular have been served by the
Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December 1943.Cepit' .
Naval Air Station Facility Officeof
are distributed dee of chargeat
the Naval' Air Station. the Naval the Barnett National Bank

Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxiliary which observed its sixth birthday .. .
141 '.,
Air Station. Cecil\ Field and theU. : Tuesday, July 12. f 'I' l
S. Naval Hospital.
In marking the sixth birthday i' j' .\( r
F the local branch Manager wEd
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member ot It' ,
the Ships' Editorial: Association and 4Y t Clements pointed out that "We ..r.r i\ ; 4 {
jyrE jy
the Armed Force Press 811\'Ice. Reproduction t grateful for the wholehearted & P.-"f v 'J

of material from these x port and cooperation received front ..fall .
tources must bear a credit line.
Republics '
s hands and certainly gratefu)| to R '
)Ion of other matter except by .
kcrvlce publications I Is prohibited without < all those who have made our* orl(*l, )
permission of Editor JAX AIR f here a success. We hope the same ,

NEWS. i r 'wt mutual cooperation will contlnu.In ..'!-
I E _
{ N A 'A a 4' its six years here the facility ?

v' office, aside from serving over a
million customers ban 200,989 total -

__ ..- .- c ........-....__ deposits to date, has handled
BANK FACILITY STAFF-Manager Ed Clements of the Naval Air 'Station Facility Office of 2,068,128 checks and has sold 7,264

the Barnett National Bank displays to the staff the 1,180,482nd check handled by the office. The New York drafts, 3,034 money orders

staff of the local facility office, which observes its sixth birthday this week, includes, left to right, and 38,318 American ExpressTravelers' .,

Catherine Marta, Era Nichols, Judy Richard, Irene Moore, Ed Clements, O. Lawrence Brown, and Cheques.The .

Lola M. Icing only remaining member of
-- the Ed
I original staff Manager
WHEN ON !B Jt\LObK I'P THESALVATION Clements is assisted by a staff of

ARMYSERVICEMEN'S I r---- 1r,84 II. Classified BulletinBulletins I II six, Includir g Assistant Manager

CLL'B O. Lawrence Brown Catherine ',;

ATOP BEACII BUS STATIONx Marta bookkeeper: ; Era Nichols, .
WJ Mill be accepted only until space Is filled. Call ext. 8JJO
I bookkeeper; Judy Richard teller; .

Naval personnel who always FOR SAI.K 3338 Randall St. Phone 6-2012 Irene Moore, teller; and Lola M. ",

have had that )yearning to dance, I TEA1I I. NEWS and : : I 2 bedrooms and use of home Business. King, exchange teller. '
baby carriage mattress. i couple or single man. Near EdgeI !
but have missed out on the fun Child tialnlng. chair Ith tiny. Both I wood shopping center Mis. Hat tmn, Banking hours are 1100 to 1500on
because they know not how, now I $10. Kenmore Washing machine. M.... 3338 Randall St. Phone 8-9192. Monday through Thursday, 1100 I
have the opportunity of free dan -J W. C. Albnn. 1333 B. Randolph St. 1 Room and board 1 or 2 ladles. Private to 1700 on Friday, and 1000 to
1940 comettlble. A 1 condition. Mr. home, large loom, beauty lest matHess. .
cing lessons offered at the newly 1200 on Saturday.NARTU .
July 14th marks the date for Inadlnet, 2012 Orange Pt., route 4. I Convenient to NAS bus Mrs _
USO Salvation Servicemen's -- -
opened Army Foster 2-4870. -
the Indoor Track Meet All ath- box, 408. Eat 494 ?
Club over the Beach ,,2 loom apartment furnished, concenlent -
combination slioller and
Thayer baby
I letic around and will
Bus Station in Jacksonville.In J men come we buggy. Chief J. H, !Smith at 1411-B.. to NAS. Utilities fur nllll1t'd. $.10
I see who can do the best broad Child Street or Boat }'acllIt y. I per month Mis. A. L. Barnett 4521
order to receive the free' 100 dash etc. The \\heeler 1.\.... Phone 2-1743.
Jump, yard ,
For Sale or lent, house. Sale $1500 (Continued from Pate 1))
lessons i i" fuinlshed. $55
dancing with teachers room upper apartment
I track meet will be in the Recreation
down mt'nt. For lent $100. 3 bedrooms
pa) .
month. Mrs Belle) Geoige. 2363 Myra FULL PROGRAM
from the ,various dancing schools I Hall at 1930, Thursday, July 6 room house. Mrs. K.: M. St. Phone 74738. I'
Commanding officer of NARTUis
in Jacksonville instructing, servicemen I 14th. Spell 5218 Astral St. Phone 8-1816.
4 furnished Utilities
room apartment.
must register for the I I. Pokeno night in Recreation Hall '47 Chevy, Aero sedan. $1500. Contact furnished $12.50 weeklv. Mis Durham Capt. Frederic W. Priestman, :
Mr. Lowe building 118 Opt'.allon.Phone .-, USNR. who arrived at Cecil #,
classes schedule for which will Monday July 18th. Come one, 2615 Gieen St. Phone 77510.:
8298. Home address 4030: D.Dewey Field to
a unit
be announced later. Bedroom for organize t
come all let's see what gives! Park gentleman or lady.
A weekly dance every Saturday I Here's a hint--Pokeno is a gameof Kayak null boat. Reasonable or tradefor Shaded. convenient to NAS. Mis.Dor I for this area, then moved over to ;6'
low boat. Contact Lloyd Gmdan. I man, 4618 Wheeler Avr. Phone NAS to set up NARTU in Sep-
from 2000 to 2300 chance and it will start at I 2-380K.
!Shop 3226 or lout No. 4. box 4K8-.A I tember of 1946 of the same year i {
with plenty of pretty girls/ is on 1930. 3 looms ot. fuinltuie. Will sell all or : 1 master bedroom 2 double beds 1 Comdr. John S. Barleon. Jr. is F
tap now at the new club. Over I I The children In the Pediatric I part. M... Hartley 1312 B. Randall single bedroom innerspring mattress' Executive '
200 were present at the first section of Dependents Hospital St.. Ext 697. 1: Newly dect..I.d. 263 East 15th. St.. 1 Officer, while Marine
Welsh sleeiomatlc) collapsible baby car Mrs. Thompson. Phone 3-0587: J. Williams commands the
weekly dance held last Friday pass much time looking at the riage. Good condition 3214 B. Blair 2 story cot ner house 4 bediooms. 2 i Air detachment and Lcdr. Kenneth \.
when the NAS band provided the Walt Disney characters which j Dewey Psik. Ask for John CtI'")'. baths laundry and garage. $100 un I Eppert is administrative ,!.
music for dancing.The have been painted on the walls by 1 porch and extias. Real buy. Rusty W. Ashley.' Phone 54610. to Captain Priestman. A"
new checking room service C. Schrantz. SA, patient from Moron ext 231 or Azalea Trailer Front room single and double In pil- total of 21 officers and 231 Navy f.
has proved a life and time saver Ward BHe is now beginningto Paik. Roosevelt. vale home. Convenient to Base Reasonable. and Marine stationkeepers are included ';'
paint Snow White and the Seven For Sale. Cemetery iota. :3 In better Mrs Lee Schultz. 1447 AI- '' '
sailors and lockers '
for on liberty ... in the unit. ,.!::
Dwarfs In the other unit I section of Riverside Pal k M landale Ave. Phone 2-.19TO.:\ ':
and bunks for the weary serviceman I: I Groves 4633 Wheeler. Phone 2-4275. Nice room with two meals, piRate Fitting their many outside requests .
on leave will be offered OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY '41 Desoto. 4 door la/llo. heater fluid : home. For gentleman Mrs. Stlpp. into their : "
I drive over dilve. $TX). H. Gielf. 1626Cheny. 2741 Arapahoe Phone 2-3'JQ.' right regular .
M: on. A snack bar reading room, L. Cahon, SA, invested in a hide I schedule the "WeekendWarriors
Phone 8-9701. 11 to:I.I" training ; ,..
game rooms plenty of fun is of red c6whide leather and a good Second hand Tavlor.Tol for sale. 3436 Wanted to lent 2 bedroom house In are also experts at
available to the serviceman whore investment it was. He has just I B. Taylor St. R. J. Pacanl. Lakeshore or nearer NAS. LTJG E .
cooking 'special displays
Slightly used Reveie 8 millimeter' magazine ,I J. Adams 3347 Post Phone 2-2588. up par-
all welcome to drop in on completed the first ladies purse
with F-1.9 and 3 hour. : ticipating in numerous civic and if
movie camera \\ants job as baby sitter by day
their next liberty. and has begun on his second. II. (i. Har.ber. r ,
I X Telephotn lens Ensign 01 evening 01 week-end. Best of leferemes. community projects. Recently initiated '
COME IN AND CONSULTTHE They're smart looking bags- Cecil Field. BOQ Also bridge Miss Dorothy Lamb 4441 in the training program is ,.
BULLETIN BOARD FOR tailor made. I coat size 40 never vvoin. Lexington! Ave. Phone 20514. "
for 100
such 10 horse power Mercury, new motor, anted. 2 passengers going to San a training camp young
I Several ambitious lads as
CURRENT AND COMING AC- guaianteed. $10. Chief Schwelghofer. Diego leaving Monday morning.! July i recruits, the first such an under- ..
TIVITIES. YOU'RE WELCOMEx Vaughn, Snyder, Robert. Deason 1105 Allegheny Rd. Ext r>l'8. 18. Dilvr 1 and share expenses PhoneH. taking by any Reserve unit. 't '
have been putting their time in 1 collapsible baby canlage. $3. 1 Deluxe G. Box at 8-9081! before Saturdaynoon. ,
DID YOU LOOK HIGH AND making ash trays for their wards. BHlhlnetle almost new. $10. i The best tribute to NARTU Jax ;'i..
wanted Atlantic Blvd and its be best des
2-7776. from or
I Banks. Ride operations can :
'" LO\ -ritMneie; can you find an Variety in ash trays is provided .22 pistol, new.6s: barrel 1 $,.0. Banks, San Mairo South Jilt to NAS. Hours 'cribed in words uttered by Rear ,
earner way to gave than throughthe I by clay or wooden trays. The 1432 Cumberland' phone 27776. 0730: to 1600. Miss Morris building) / ;
automatic Payroll Savings Ward nurse will be pleased when '49 blue Cht'pi...... up! II uck.'v tin.Chef 155. Ext. 8346 'Home 1534 Atlantic Adm. Calvin T. Durgin. Deputy ::.
Coffey. NANT building ]61'. Dh'd.I i Chief of Naval Operations (Air), .:
these arrive. ,
Planit is sure saving. gifts
Phone Ext. 225. who commented "In time of
___ peace
'36 Chevrolet. $70. Fair snap< *. Call I
time of I would be
or in war,
11 Pays To Stay '47 Krllll Howard)'. 8-239.:House Trailer 27 ft.. 3 :Swim Meet proud to have the Organized;: Re-

looms fur nlshed. leeUilcllv( and gas serve squadrons of NARTU, Jack-
4 new Hies. Will take $KOO fur IllliO) (Continued from Page 1) sonville take their place alongside

I Key West Chief Retires At 46 1 equity.<]66.A. Lot Contact 14. Azalea R. A. Trailer Samuclson Talk at : sacola, Fla.; Cherry Point N. C.; the regular Fleet squadrons(

Overhaul and Repair. Green Cove Fla.; Parris Island, under my command"

'46 Pontiac "8" stieamllner.' 2 d'liir I S. C.; NATTC Memphis, Tenn.; --- ----- .-- --- .--
After 30 Years In U. S. NavyOne ": danelte. Radio and heater $]2115. I II and Camp LeJeune. N. C. I'Burton, Dennis Taratas Willhim
Phone 832'J. doling "01 k.
i I hours 6r>6. I The Jax-Navy team this seasonis Driver. Paul Stress. Tyrus Frost,
of the youngest men ever -- '49 :30 ft. Zlmmei house nailer. Can be : again dominated bv NARTUmen Billie Felton and Douglas Black.

to retire from the Navy after 30 seen at 322 Kent !Stieet.' Mis. Mal hl'.. with el ven reserves on the The only NAS man on the team "

years service Fermin Himrod, 46- 41 Chevrolet business coupe Rebuilt list. Included are Dick Peters, is Billie Carroll. Rex King will

year-old, thief steward now stationed $124.(,00.Ext.S.: L.463.Hodges Home Shop JKH 7239 Roselle: mtngei' St.' Duncan MacInnes, Clyde Hoff be the sole Jax-Navy contender '", '.

at NAS Key West Fla. 8 room, brick home. 6 miles h torn city. man. Howard Mayfield, William for diving laurels. .- ." '
will bid farewell to his mates 2 car garage several III II hlf'lI. 3 10llmpitrlmt'nt --- ., ,
now lented. 10 acies. MisTracy __-, :_ _,'. '. .tt' ': ', :, 1 J
when he receives his retirement .t'plodul'llln bop. O & R 1 ;: '. ::1". '...10't. '

Capers this week. Phone 42011. Ii ,. '-
Himrod enlisted in the Navy for For Sale. ':38 Ford coupe In good con .

time 6, 1919 at dltl n. Veiv economical. Reasonable '
the first on May itrt } Call! Kxt. 8184 or' 2-3-120.: ;-
Oibu T'hilippinrIsland" when he Fe, zk Bov's Mke. Good condition. Extras $10 .
r .
was!! only 16. He took his boot r Mr Reedy, 4404 Baltic. Call Ext .' ..) ,

t'ftining at Boston Mass and since 8149
Deluxe baby swing good condition with
men has had 28 years of sea duty f hat d"ood fan. Sells $4. \\'. M Blown ,

His first ship the U.S.S. Mahan, s- 1433 B.'s. Ext. 491 ,
'''fl8 an old four-stack destroyer Sofa. Needs to be leupholsleied.lll \ .

Later when he was transferred to 1It'1i't'ry Butler Dewey HIII\Park.Il.'lIe. 3427 A. g' : r '. uc .

the cruiser Houston he cooked for pyr '47 Sedan Pl>mouth low mllege $1045. 1I \
the late President' Roosevelt when t Lot 5 Trouts Trailer Camp Roosevelt ."tJ.\.
made to y'q 4n5L1Yy Blvd. Chief Machinist Michael I ,
the latter a trip Pago r !
Cecil Field Ext. 71. ( v 'I ;
Pago. 2 pel' feet 3x5 oilentul ruKS. lifetime ,;.
During the past war. Himrod I surouks Sacrifice 1 dining loom .Ii:' .
served aboard the destroyer U.S.S. suite, side board six chairs and table, t

Bathe In then South Pacific. The .c v walnut White 4742 SundeiUnd Rd.
pc Phone 85610. .
U. S. Naval Air Station. K..yWllilt. : $ { '35' Plymouth coupe. Contact RNAD2 r

Fla. Is Chief Himrod'B! first Morgan hanger 117. F.xt. 61. i's
)last shore MIR IIKNT:
and duty.
and one :3 room
One 4 room apaitment
Son Follow Dad CHIEF FERMIN HIMROD at 627 Edison Ave.. Mrs. G. K Heiling. .- .

The first time Chief Himiod saw / Phone 43248.
his home since his Navy enlistment"was nior whether or not he wants to House on 4054 Gilmore. Bungalow Per.
long as dad styaed. Another feet f'"ndilion.J i block from bus
just after the past war when stay in as
son Robert served in the Call Mis. J. R. Tuiner' 2-2H85.
his was a passenger on the U.S.S. Bedroom and hare house. $>> II month
Tyion returning to the U. S. from Army during World War II. tullltles Included. Mis. Ina. 4575 Shelby

Japan. The ship put in at Manila I I| When queried on his future life St. Phone 2-1968 .
after retirement. Himrod said, "I Room with kitchen piIvlieges) and use I
and Himrod returned for a brief
of the ouse. Near NAS, Tunksley r a ., is at
visit to his native Cebu where he I think I will go to San Diego or I'hone 2.3523.

found only a sister and an' aunt Los Angeles and go to work, preferably 3 loom furnished epnitinf-ni J45! per
ulive. The rest of the family had in a cafeteria as a cook." month. Summers, 5418 103.d Sit est.I'tone .
died of ill treatment and starva I As for advice to the youngsters! In Small furnished apartment In River -- :

tion. ;. today's Navy, the letiring chief side near NAS bus line. Reasonablefor ASSUMES: COJ\Il\IANIJ-Uear Adm. J h'"IL Cassady: new ...
1-:. Jacobs. 724 J ckson- I I Commander, Fleet Air Jacksonville formally members of "
The father of four sons, one cf said "Everyone has to learn for I couple. greets

whom, Ffimln Jr., enlisted in the himself, however, if one uses Initiative Avondale vllle St., 2 Jacksonville.bfdiooms. VM Phone of 43331.horn his new command at an Impressive-.changf-of-command ceremonies

Navy In March of 1948, Ffrrnin. he will find the Navy a I Near Edgewood shopping renter undtUnUr. last Thursday. Admiral Cassady was former assistant Deputy Chief

49 says he'll have it up to Ju- pleasant organization." Reasonably Mis. Jlaitnmn, of Naval Operations (Air).

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14 July 1949 JAX AIR NEWS. Page ThIN

Marine Reserves I No Longer An Alien

Plan Maneuvers > Filipino Lad Becomes Citizen I

x .T After 3 Years Navy. -Service
Cherry ..
I A member of the Philippine -- -- -----
!guerilla forces in the early stagesof I I I Joining the Navy on November
Marine Air Reserve Fighter the war, now a member of 16, 1945, Gatpandan arrived in the
Squadron VMF-144 of NARTU Jax Uncle Sam's Navy stationed here i U. S. in May of 1946. His first
will be among the 14 fighting 'at NAS is now a full fledged citi- assignment on the continent was
squadrons based at stations east ki zen of the United States following I at Yerba Bueno Island, San Francisco -
of the Mississippi that will participate granting of his naturalization papers where he stayed for two
in maneuvers from July 16II through the assistance of the months before being assigned
30 at.Marine Corps Air Station, Naval Air Station legal office. I'i I transport duty to Hawaii. Services -
!, Cherry Point N. C. He's Gary Gatpandan, born in 1 at Norfolk, Charleston and
> r 'r The .Cberry Point maneuver is 2 Manila 22 years ago" and a veteranof Panama preceded his arrival to

II f I just one portion of the huge 1949 three years, six months Navy NAS.
.;, mobilization of Organized Marine ,service and presently a steward at The Philippine native in his reply -
Air Reserv Training Command the Junior Bachelor Officers' on why he joined the Navy offered -
; which will hold the largest scale Quarters here.Helping I simply, "I just wanted to seethe

.summer-training maneuvers in its Gatpandan secure his + world, I guess." .
J three-year history. I --..----
. I citizenship papers is just one of IIII
Thirteen fighting squadrons and the many legal assistances offered
two ground control interceptor'I servicemen by the local legal of-
squadrons from stations west of I It.he fice, which has aided at least 10 I Salute Extended
> 11'11'' c.x.'
Mississippi will maneuver from other aliens In attaining their final -
August 13-27 at El Toro, Santa A CITIZEN NOW-A veteran of over three years Navy service papers. The local legal office To Parris IslandThe
Ana, Calif The two maneuvers Gary Gatpandan, left, a native of the Philippine Islands received first acquired the papers for Gat-
involve approximately 5,200rine his citizenship papers here recently, with the help of the 1 pandan as it does in other cases, Jax Air News along with
,. till Air Reserve officers and NAS Legal Office. Gatpandan receives aid in filling out the necessary from the Department of Justice the rest of the personnel at the
and more than 500 Marine I forms from Lt Howard N. !Moore, Legal Officer, right.tUw14enc1 I Bureau of ImmigrationNaturalization. Naval Air Station Jacksonville
and Navy fighter and transport --- From then on the local salute Parris Island, the
planes. Twenty seven fighting j I j force instituted proceedings to get I oldest and most colorful Marine
squadrons and 4 intercept squad-I I the papers, aiding the alien in fillIng I Corps training camp, upon -
rons based at 22 Naval >; out forms, securing affidavits, I its 58th anniversary this
tions will take part in the f'xerI I and generally speeding considerably week,
cises. 'Notes I the granting of papers. Established in 1891, the base
; Combat Condition* tllina 1 u. Gatpandan was finally awardedhis has grown steadily. In 1909 a
."::' Combat ready and combat I naturalization papers along school for Marine officers was
equipped, the Marine reserves will um with 52 other aliens June 17 by started, and in 1911 a recruit
,' converge on the manuever points I the Federal Judge of the U. S. I depot was established there. In
:..l.v, in two mass cross-country air- District Court, South District of November 1915 the recruit depot -
.,;: flights. The two weeks of extensive WAHTUFASRon 'Florida, here In Jacksonville."Crossroads" I at Norfolk, Va., moved toParris
training during the exercises 1 _____ ___ __ Island, its present home.
l" will be as strenuous as actual com- Heard I
bat. 158 mustered under busy outfit, but we are anxiousto i I AS: "Waiter, I'll have some of

., Objectives of these summer maneuvers cloudy skies this month but the get started. A lot of excellent Over Station WPDQ this Spumtni Fermicelli you have
are designed to Increasethe scattered rain clouds did not keep > experience will be gained by all > t I I listed under desserts."

proficiencies of Marine Air the unit from getting aircraft up personnel involved in this two I "Crossroads", a program dealing I i Greasy apron: "Sorry, Sailor,
Reserve and develop new techniques ,' In the blue as usual. weeks duty in straightening out with the problems of juvenile de- but he's da boss."

._ in close support to Marine !I With active duty cruises only kinks that cannot be done in linquency will be presented over I -
ground forces The Marines pioneered one month off, FASRon 158 was short monthly week-end drills. 'radio station WPDQ ((600)) by the A patient ; ;; insane! asylumwas !
in this air combat specialty > buzzing with activity It was I Do you remember leading Chief I Little Theatre of Jacksonville ev- trying to convince an atten-
more than 20 years ago and learned from Lcdr. Victor Brode- '! Hon metz? The fireball who usedto ery Thursday evening at 1915. dant that he was Napoleon."But .
have brought It to a high state of aur, FASRon training officer that muster the squadron, now is I Material for "Crossroads" is taken who told you that you
perfection.Lt. FASRon 158 in conjunction with sporting the bars of a lieutenant > from actual case histories withIn were Napoleon?" inquired the attendant -

Col. Freeman. Williams, our pals VPML( ) 56 will\ take its > junior grade. Since our last drillin the Duval County courts. These .
commanding) officer of NARTU's complete two weeks active dutyon June Lieut (jg) HonE'metz's'promotion cases! will be dramatized and reenacted "God did," replied the inmate
Marine Air detachmen has been this Naval Air Station. From papers came throughand by members of the Little "I did not," came a voice from
selected to command the advance'and August 13th to the 26th FASRon he is now a ranking officer.In Theatre In a 13-week series.THEATRE, the next bunk.
rear echelon of the entire m'a- 158 will\ be operating out of Jacksonville all seriousness, FASRon 158 asa -- -- -
wnit wishes to take this
neuvers. with almost 100 percent oppor-
complement. Commander Brodeur tunity to congratulate Mr. Hone- GUIDEMovies
--- ---
i stated that this decision was based i metz who is a living and breathing -
,'r. City CouncilContinued upon the fact that the Miami Naval I symbol of the fact that promotions : WE'tkdays-1730 and 2000) ); wtf'k-ends-U30 and 2000(\
do exist in NARTU Jacksonville -
Air Station did not have the I' I THURSDAY
( from I'agv 1) +I facilities to accommodate the FASRon 158. i I "THE DOOLINS OF OKLAHOMA", with Randolph Scott and
I II I force | Ask Lt. Sutton and Lt. jgl 1 Jean MacGrady
that the number
expect ofNavy
Daniels how it feels to spend an
I The July drill found the I I FRIDAY
personnel now living here will be personnel hour and a half over the Air Station I
reduced since many of these peo of 158 filling out active duty trying to discover whether I I "FIGHTING O'FLYNN", starring Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., andi
t: ple-are now obligated to pay in 'order requests, fitness reports getting I' the landing gear in their little i Helen Carter.
excess: of what they can afford shots from the dispensary and SNB was fully extended. They I SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
for housing and with any increasein setting up records in preparationfor made a couple of passes over the I "CALAMITY JANE AND SAM DAWS", featuring Yvonne Df-
rents, Naval personnel on duty unit duties.Commander tower for the boys with the micro- Carlo and Howard Duff.
in this area will be obliged to I Brodeur announced scope to take a look but they had MONDAY
seek housing for their families in quite a strenuous schedule of instrument > Moore and Van Johnson.
1 to bend their heads so low looking "MIGHTY JOE YOUNG", with Terry !
ether areas for no other reason training for all pilots up at the gear that they couldn't TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY"BIG
than that they cannot stretch during this two weeks tour of du- tell. STEAL", starring Robert Mitchum and Jane Greer
their income further. Such a con ty which means that FASRon 158 -- -
dition is certainly not desired." certainly will have its work cut
out in servicing, directing and Ring Fever Grabs Fiery Alphonse As He Grabs RopeRemembering I
Life is just one fool thing after checking the aircraft which are

another: love Is just two fool to give each pilot 50 flying hoursIn ... "".. .'" ..,. .... > -..,.:'... -
things after each other. two short weeks.) 158 will be a .
- jjAT
: : : .1
Florida U. Professor SpeaksOn < "

,A15 44t/ ..
'Egocentric Predicament'Enlivening ."

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i {
his lectures with hu- Pointing out that there 'is no iI *
morous anecdotes and vivid \illustrations magic formula in pressuring a potential -
Lt. Frank Goodwin, pro- customer, the professor applied I
fesosr of Marketing at the Univer- the point to public information C7
pity of Florida pointed out the importance before public information rep- y
jtt: of application of sales resentatives. The individual may M 1
.4 principles to a public Information fail in securing news data, just as I

//Vi.. program before enlisted men, comlssioned > a salesman falls in putting over a Ii ; .-. ._._-- -_..,.--. '.. ...... .. ....... .
officers and unit sale. The Individual immediatelyblames i :t1
rtl .... press the words my I ---- - -------
r presentatives in his series of lec- himself for his failure, | mother who always remined me I audience kept; calling me names Can I help it if he wears his
">1- res here last week. when rightfully, says Goodwin, he that "your father was the greatest and when he called me a pugilistI trunks around his chest. We
Speaking on the "EgocentricPredicament" really should not blame himself, boxer on the East Coast, I, Al made a face at him. Now I shook hands on it and finished the
but renew the effort and try a 'I have to pay his widow pension. round, fighting tooth and nail-
Air made
1 defined M the relating phonse of the News up
IJt: ,t different approach my mind to enter the ring I I All of a sudden something exploded my teeth fell out every time he
of external factors to self New Attitude checked up on me old man and i on my chin, then I remembered nailed me
by' means of identification or projection I Various little techniques aid the found out mom was righthe wasa i it was the fourth of July II Wise. Guy
.,. Lt. Goodwin emphasized salesman or news reporter, In his! boxer -with the East Coast and started back-pedaling The Round four must have been a
the fact that In the Navyis task! according to the university ( Fruit Packing Company. manager yells, "Don't back away, climax, according to the next day's
everyone professor and these include friendliness let him see your right." Obligingsoul I papers. Those sports writers are
a salesman. and enthusiasm, psychological The fighting habit comes natu- that I was, Alphonse the pretty wise guys. How do they

',. truism, maintaining a positive ral in our family I rememberwell Air News, I held up my right hand, I II know I couldn't punch my way out
S "I 1. attitude, knowing your aims, un- the first years of my lifewhen I but Instead of looking at it, the of a paper bag, I ain't never
would look ,
... .. 3 3a derstanding your job, using a mom at me i bloke pasted me with an upper-cut tried it!
: : method of indoctrination, and bearing smile, and say: "Nothing "can I I that cut into my uppers ISome j One sports writer says then
in mind that reward is four hurt that face of yours, son! A of the fans were wonderingwhen I arehea'ywelghts, lightweightsand
times as effective as praise. native of a tough neighborhood, I would start my offensive other weights, but Alphonse,
In further talk on "Egocentric the hardships I experienced sometimes Ididn't I guess the longer I stayed around, he just don't weigh at all The
made bitter But
Predicament" Lt. Goodwin Illustrated me the more offensive 1 got. nerve of that guy He didn't knowso
mind the I lovedto
that as long as an Individ- hardships j Hearing my opponent is a South : much about sports before he
ual thinks in terms of,. what another fight. in I always'eln8sometimE's had the fight erner, I go up to him at the beginning started to work for the paper. He
wants and wishes, persuasion ing spirit my of the third round and ""y: : always thought a football coach
I wish I had blood The I
and convincing another "Well shut ma mouth." And he had four wheels
easy school I went to
was so tough
Individual or parties that you- did. Not dazed, I began to fade- I They can't insult me. I came
I held tear drills. I in
have something that will satisfy they gas from red to white Then my man- from a ]long line of fighters My
class. Some of the students
'a tough -
I them, will always win him over. went from ager yells, "feint with a left hook" : great-grandfather fought: in the
Here on two weeks active duty, I school to night directly court. day I forgot the left hook and just : Revolutionary War. He defended
a Lt. Goodwin, a graduate of Vanderbilt fainted. I Brooklyn against the British They
University, who has delivered Keep Punching I Later in the third round the I fired 2,000 shots at him and cnly
many such talks before nu- Anyway I decided to get myselfa > crowd begins hollering "foul", Using : one hit him. He was the original
merous business organizations, addressed manager to guide my new ring my head for something! besides Brooklyn Dodger!
i the commissioned officers adventure. He said one would a punching bag, I grabbed my Look me up at Stillman's gym
Wednesday and Friday and the en- have to start from the floor up. II ( There's nothing the mat-
listed men and unit public information How true! That's where 1 was ab-domens ter with me There's nothing '-
representatives Wednesdayand most of the time -on the floor. > ful faces. I glance over to my the matter with me .
LT. FRANK GOODWIN Thursday. In my first fight tome guy in the opponent and he is doing likewise\ Nothing' the matter.



L Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 14 July 1949


HAS Softballers Continue Fine Play Football. Mentor Tony GregoCoptures

To Stretch Season Record To 15-4 Reveals 1949
F Gridiron Slate District Links Diadei%

Boasting a 15-4 slate after winning two of three encounters

last week, the Jax-Navy softballers will battle a North Jax Baptist A ten game Jax-Navy 1949 Carding a low 307 score for seventy-two holes*, Anthony Grego,

Church team on the power plant diamond tonight at 1800, with the football schedule was announ- station golf champ, added another trophy to his collection by coppingthe
ced Lcdr Don Jacks station District and pacing the local Jax-Navy divot-
the church in by Sixth Naval crown
from the
WAVES meeting a girls' squad same nightcap *
Physical Training Officer diggers to a team victory In the Sixth Naval District golf tournamentheld
at 2000. Tomorrow night the locals will play host to a strong at Parris Island S. C., last week.
Ford Motor Company combo. and grid mentor, early this
Registering a tow 73 on the first
With timely hitting and excellent week. ;i Bill Bernard, of the local l Jax:
to tie the then the eighteen holes of the tournament,,
chief rolesin .score, icing Navy divot-digging team, misled
pitching playing, Five games have been slated
their three frays last week, the game in the last of the seventh Grego stroked a 78 the second I(qualifying for the Southeastern
NAS softballers shut out NAS frame. away from home this season, eighteen, then finished the last I meet by one point as he came inI

Supply, lost a close fray to Green Paul Franke hurled six-hit ball the other five will be playedin days competition with a 76 and 80. I I fifth with a 321 at Parris Island..
Cove then finished the week's Jacksonville's Gator Bowl. i NAS golfer H. D Tannehill was
A 1294 tally the Jax-Navy '
for the locals while NAS second- gave '
'llth in witha
by defeating the City tilt team competition 332
competition Only the Edenton Marine aggregation the district
Saturday evening. Backer Blackie Stewart had a per. count, while A H. Stephens, fourth
Engineers at the Gator Bowl October 1 championship.In I'
locals' thirteen safeties for Jax
of the man Navy, garnered a
Bucherich Hurls No-Hitter is pending confirmation.The winning the top spot over a i -
his feet batting day, collecting four i score to finish thirteenth.
Ed Bucherich chalked up field of 23 other wellders, Grego
victory last Saturday I I As the combined hurling of Ed local campaign opens NAS Pensacola took' second in -
dixth pitching i with NAS Christi at gained the number one berth on
''Bucherich and Buzz Brostrom held Corpus
Stadium diamondin 'the team division with a 1301
Jacksonville night at the as he hurled a no- a visiting NAS Supply team to Corpus Christi, Sept. 24; Eden- the 4-man team which will rep score. Camp Le Jeune was third
I in the South-.
resent this district
allowing the one bingle, Jax.Navy sluggers garnered ton Marinesat Gator Bowl, with 1303, Cherry Point, fourth
hit six-inning
game eastern All-Navy play-offs scheduled I
Oct. Parris Island Marinesat
to defeat the thirteen hits off Supply ; i with 1329 Memphis fifth with
NAS aggregation 'chucker Hank White to out Gator Bowl Oct. 8th: Cherry to be staged at New Orleansnear
pound ,
6-1, for their fifteenth ; 1362, and host team Parris Island
City Engineers the 18th of this month The
I the out-classed Point Marines at Cherry
I a 20-0 victory over I finished in last place
of the season.
victory ten Supplyers early last week. Point, N. C., Oct. 15; Chatham four best golfers in the regional I .
While Bucherich whiffed meet will proceed to the All-Navy _.
1 I Field Air Force Base at Gator I'
and allowed only two men Mainstays Return Pistol Team .
batters I Bowl, Oct. 23rd; Eglin Field, at finals at Parris Island August 10- Preps
to reach base, the 5lavy mentagged I Two mainstays on the softball 13
hurler Eglin Field, Fla., Oct 29th; For Coming Meet
Engineer 'squad, Paul King and Jim Lang-
'Camp Lejeune Marines at Sergeant W. A. Beverly, representing
for five safeties, to to action Chiefs Homer Tohill of FAS-
returned recently
Montgomery muir,
LeJeune N. C. Nov. 5th Cherry Point in the recent
tally a lone score in the initial inning after being absent from the line T RON Six and E. Snyder of theO
Little Creek Amphibs at Gator matches, finished second in individual
four runs in the fourth canto for several weeks. St R Inspection department are
up Bowl Nov. 12th Fort honors with a 314 card and
; Benning
and another single tally in the leading contend4rs for berths on
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i Doughboys, at Fort Benning, will be number two man on the the
fifth frame. The losers scored I i Jax-Navy pistol team whichis
Ga. Nov. 20 and the Pensacola district team. C. D, Schleter, of
slated '
their only run of the encounter in I to enter the Sixth Naval
Gator Bowl Nov. Pensacola, who registered a third
the fourth inning. iSE SkeetmenTo I Goslings' District shoot at Parris Island, S.
26th. place 318, and D. Spencer, of CampLe
The NAS combo gained their C., the early part of August.
first two forfeits of the season Last year the Jax-Navy eleven Jeune. who copped fourth in Three or four men will com-
the district meet with 320 will
when after a trip to Pensacola by Compete compiled a record of 7 wins, a pose the team representing NAB
discovered 1 loss and 1 tie. They defeated complete the four-man team representing
plane last Thursday, it was with the selected group being
the Sixth Naval Districtin
that Pensacola couldn't geta Eglin Field, NAS Corpus ordered
to temporary duty at the
team on the field for a single In Jax Shoot Christi, Parris Island Marines, -I the- Southeastern- tourney--, P. I, Marine Depot from 1 to 6

game, much less two. ; Memphis NATTC. Cherry ,| August when the meet will be
Point Marines Fort +i
The Jax-Navy team suffered a ; Jax Gun Club nosed out NAS concluded.
and Kindley Field. They lost I II WAVES
setback on their first jaunt away Jax by four points for team hon Paul Zimmerman of Supply, A.
the to Fort and
I Bragg
from home as a Green Cove squad ors as five teams in this area gathered )pener 'I P. DeHiley from Ground Train-

eked out a 13.12 victory by com for competition here at the I' tied Pensacola. In I Two Tilts ing, and J. G. Kearsc from FAS-
ing from behind in the sixth inning local skeet range last Friday In Initial grid drills are expected RON Six are also. ranking highin
with seven un-earned runs preparation for the Southeastern I to get underway August the field of seventeen men attending

Skeet Championships 15th._ ___._ __J NAS WAVES went down into daily practice sessions
Jacksonville Saturday and Sunday i double defeat last week, dropping from 1400 to 1600 during the

HAS To Be Host Teams participating in last Chiefs All ReadyFor I a 10-9 decision to the Jax Baptist week
week's meet included NAS Jax, Girls last Wednesday and finish Capt. Frank M. Richard, coachof
Jax Gun Club Jax Rifle Club. Jax Golf ing on the short end of a 23-8 this year's pistol squad, announced *
For Jax Vicinity Beach Skeet Team and NARTU. TourneyChiefs I count against NAS Norfolk Flyers that Cecil Field pistol-

High individual point gatherer i from NAS, Cecil Field last Saturday. eers are eligible to- try-out for
was Chief Bill Arthur of NAS i The Jax girls in blue will entertain the Jax-Navy team, and can do St)
Softball TourneyNaval with a 99 followed by Emmet Leet and Green Cove Springs will the North Baptist Girls:'! tonight i by contacting Chief Jones at Cecil

of Jax Gun Club and Comdr Bill._compete for honors at the monthly II at 2000 at the Power Plant 'I' Field, Phone. extension 60.

Air Station Jacksonvillewill Ragsdale of Jax Beach with 98. : Chiefs' golf tournament to be I diamond. The locals travel to -x__

play host to several Navy All-American women's champion, play'ed Saturday at the local I NAS Norfolk for a two-game se-
Softball teams the first week in Marie Ellis, of Jacksonville shot I i course. ries July 22 and 23. TPORTSlUIZ"QUESTIONS I II

August when NAS Key West, a 96 and Mrs. Clyde King shot a I After posting their entry fee of I In Saturday's fray, halted at the _
Green Cove, and Cecil Field soft 93. $1.50, the Chiefs will battle for end of six innings because of rain,
ballers converge on the base to de- Jax Gun Club aggregated 480 the numerous prizes to be awarded I I the visiting Flyers pushed 10 big I 1. From what two teams was
cde the Jacksonville Area Softball) points, NAS Jax, 476;; Jax Beach, for various scores and individual runs across in the fifth frame to the 1948 USA Olympic basket-
diadem. The tournament will be 452; NARTU, 427; and Jax Rifle, accomplishments. I' win going away. The visitors collected ball squad principally composed?

the first step toward the All. 405. |I II Entry blanks and entry fees 24 hits in the abbreviatedfray i 2. What two well known tennis

Navy softball finals which are I Comdr. John Baileon, captain of must be submitted by 1400 Friday while the local belles gar- players participated in the finalsof
slated' to be held at an unnamedAtlantic the NAS Jax skeet team, who arranged nered 13. i this year's national professional -
coast base the week beginning and conducted last week's I -x- A three run rally by the Jax tennis championship, and who

Sept. 4. shoot here, reports that the Navy I, Chief: "An'ya got to salute Baptist Girls provided the mar- won the crown?
All entries in the Jax area tournament squad is rounding into fine shape I Army officers also:' ?" gin of victory over the locals in I 3. From the time Joe Louis
are to be in the hands of for the Southeastern Skeet shoot I Boot: "Why, Chief?" last Wednesday's contest. NAS 'turned professional in 1934 until
Commander Fleet Air Jax before to be held this Saturday and Sunday -' Chief: "Because they're our allies catcher Alice Larrick homered in he retired from the ring, he suf-
July 25, with the entrants slatedto at the Jax Gun Club. \ too." the first inning with the bases fered only one defeat. Do you remember -
arrive at the base prior to the I empty. who beat him and how?

31st of this month. -x- 4. "Plain" Ben and Jimmy

The winners of the local tournament Baseball Nine Hits Doldrums Again Jones, Calumet Farm's famous
will play a double elimination Sport ShortsCat trainers, are either brothers, father -
contest with winners from and son, or first cousins.

Quonset, R. I., and Norfolk, Va. the After Enjoying Temporary Revival Cay, Bahamas (AFPS) Which
second week in August, with the Aksel Wichfield of Palm Beach, 5. Do you remember in what
top team in the second round remaining I Florida, set a new world record way Fred Boys>en figured in the

in Norfolk for further i After burning up the diamond', -- -- ---------- i| while fishing near here recently, spoils news this spring?
competition in the Atlantic Fleet the past few weeks with startling of toil. The Jax battlers smackeda I hauling in a 742-pound blue mar- ANSWERS
tournament which begins 15: Aug- victories, the Jax Navy nine pair of Air-Force chuckers for I i Im.. It took Wichfield 47 minutes 'patearpuraalel !
ust. showed a reversal of form as they 12 hits in the overtime contest. I of careful battling to land the sw au; )nq '.male;) llegeseqso5Z
dropped three of four tilts played Successive, three-baggers by Bill I fish on a 39-thread line. ) pud 3M1 aq oda \ pat ade
within the past week. In their I Crane and Bob Becker in the I sitixspunojo! '' olod aujsjaapoQ lit
Navy CourtmenIn lone triumph Coach Boerner'slads I 10th sewed up the game. i : aqi pus slueD! 0)4' uaaM}
In losing by a 3.2 count last I Washington (At'PS-The second
tripped Chatham Field, 7.6 -aq awe 8 agile WfupPPI! (
County Meet after dropping a 3.2 verdict to the Tuesday, local Navy twirler Bob inter-service golf tournamentwill jo jau.>o.injae ,..\ddn" OO'J pasna
I Air Force club, then proceeded to Becker dropped his 8th game: of I' be played at Maxwell Air -; oq/w uttuu alt st uaslog "t 5uos
Two of the three Jax-Navy en- fall before Raiford Prison, 7-3, the season by a one run margin. ,Force Base Alabama, during the pue .t.nnes cue IanossV! (
tries survived the first round of : and Cecil Field, 9-4. Jax.Navy took the lead with a period August 17-20, 1949. Golf Uiojj s,Voq sauof snouiaj a4.L t.
play last Sunday in the annual I Fort Bragg comes to Mason run in the first but Chatham I teams representing the Army, J.
and doubles erased it when they tallied 2 in Navy, and Air Force will com )4MAeea4
Duval County singles Field for a two game series. Both I -paid Auiuiif, wail UMOJDUOAV !
tennis championships now under- : the Saturday and Sunday games the second. NAS tied up the game pete for the Forrestal Cup donated alt srnOZ! alosq
way at the Riverside Courts. j will start at 1430. I i with one in the 3rd on two hits. I by Jaies then, Secretary of .1lfa.\ 8 '9Cji '6( aunt uo'iagwoQ
Owen Williams, the only memo i A Cecil Field 4-run 7th inning In the 9th the Air Rorce nine Defense A. Forrestal when W\\Olg am SAO jno>{wun punoi
ber of the Air Station's 1948 net rally gave the neighbors wide pushed across the winning run j the tourney was originated a year ii f 8 P.JJOOS Juijaiuips xeW 'C ,
squad, drubbed Jacksonville's enough margin to coast over the on 3 hits. ago. I 'amt\ \ oJd am joj adpnquoQ "

Henry Anthony, 6-2, 6-1, in the' locals Monday. The visitors pick I -__--_-c.___ .. ..._' .... ,..._.... ._... .R_-_ .Y"s.<" .A. ... .y._k.. '_. paieajep s8Jm! Xqqogjeqia .1
opening matches Jax Navy's ed up 2 runs in the first and 3 in I "M Y9 f: r { ', ,;, { a$ r43,:.fwL 'wea ( >\iseq :adW! .{{O
John Crocker defeated Bill Van' the second to establish a 5-0 edge. .i. J" alt uo uaiu ant! paaqd( IpC Uf,91)

Reenan, Jacksonville, 6-3, Jax-Navy chased across 1 in the x di' -1O! ., dIHtM! alt pue sle,)plrM!
Jay Brauer, Jax Navy lost to second and 2 in the 5th to narrow f5 L>pnluaf jo /fjisjaAmn! a'U 'I

Leon Wilson in two straight sets, the gap. but a bad NAS 7th set -xI -

6160. up the Cecil victory. NAS collected I
Results of Tuesday's quarter- a lone tally in the 8th when BREEZESJudge

finals, in which Owens was scheduled Ken Werner reached first on a _
to meet Richard Carlson and Cecil Field miscue and scampered \ :: "Come now, you don't
Crocker pitted against Leon Wil- I, home on First Sacker Ace Wool- l really think this man tried to put

son, were not available at press: bright's triple. your eye out?"
time. neat Chatham I Man: "Well, I wouldn't exactlysay
he tried to it out but ha
---- Raiford jumped portsider Gus put -
Gushanas for 4 runs in the initial sure tried to push it further in!"

Loretta Jacka, Joy Grego canto of Sunday's ame and were i L- ava
Womens Club Golfers blanked until the 7th when Tony r+ c w. i a'dy Feeling] pretty discouraged with
Pace I Alverez hit a 425 foot homer The I f C :aY s eiw 4rdWr the work his new yeoman wa

Loretta Jacka and Joy Grego Prison outfit picked up another getting out, the officer decided .

finished in a deadlock for top spot ; pair of markers in the 8th on 3 test his intelligence. ""Did Yl .
"vel' hear of he asked.
blows. The Navy
in the A and B division in the: consecutive "
Officers Wives. Golf Club "No Ah- I scoring came in the 4th when it "No. 1
bl T urnamt nt" heM Tuesday, Ju tallied 2 runs and a single run .-.--..-.. I "No"
I in the fifth. I )
ly 5. runner- In turnin back the Chatham ItKATS TilE THROW-Coach George Itoerner, inserting him. "Lincoln?"
Harris captured
Elaine honors in the A ,and B class, I Fielders, 7-6, last Wednesday, Ace self into the Jax-Navy lineup, is about to beat out a bunt in the 'Is his. last name Nebraska, ,
up while Donnie Bringle copped the Woolbrigltt chalked up his 5th seventh Inning of last Wednesday's same with Chatham Field, I .' '
C division with Sarah Gatchell as triumph in 9 starts. Woolbrlghtgave Ga., won by NAS 7-6. Rrachin; for the hill it! Gus C'.earine, Air My buddy H: 'very' broadminded, r. -

ruiirter-up. up 7 hita.during 10/ innings! Farce first baseman. ,In fact, that's all he thinks about l lf f

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