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Sixth Naval District Swim Meet Set For July 28 29



7 No. 16
21 July 1949

Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air. Jacksonville, and Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District
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F kA' -H::; : ti 4; : P, T i I Naval Officials'Inspect

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-)) M yport

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.. Project Gets OnceOverPrior

( To Senate Hearing

Naval Operations, Hear Adm. L. A. Moebus assistant chiefof
Naval Operations for Air, and Senator Claude Pepper of

t"t.. Florida, who inspected the area Tuesday afternoon.

.. .I Senate approval of the huge May port area project tookon

a more optimistic outlook this week following the visit

'.. I here! Sunday of Vice Adm. John Dale Price, vice chief of
Admirals Price and Moebus --
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-' a' .a. ..... .. were taken on an inspection tour I
I of Mayport to gather informationfor 16,000th Landing
''',: x," ..:* Senate hearings regarding appropriations

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BIG SUIT-Kin LOAD-Expt'cted to be a frequent visitor from now on, the Nave's; huge flying nel and enable carriers to berth Aboard MidwayBy
I boat the Caroline Mars largest of its kind in the world, alighted on the St. Johns river a few hundred there. The bill is scheduled to
feet off the Air Station pier to unload its cargo of 'second class midshipmen from the U. S. I coma week. up for Senate hearing this Lieut.
: Naval Academy who visited here for two days last week ByronAn
Huge Program I
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Senator Pepper was escorted ona Air Group Eight pilot, Lt.
Seven Teams Set To COl pete-1 similar tour of the area Tuesday Lack Of Insurance -1 I by NAS Commanding Officer I tinction of making the 16,0<)0th.
Captain Alvin I. Malstrom. The I landing aboard the carrier U.S.S.
Catches Motorists Florida Senator who is expectedto Midway during the air group':
In District Swim Eliminations : appear at the hearing on be- two week cruise recently completed -
: I Motorists and passersby on ,I half of the project was flown in the Atlantic waters.
I I I Roosevelt Highway ((17)) the over the entire Jacksonville area Lieutenant Byron was ceremoniously -
past few days might have suspected for a view of Naval activities. honored by the ship's crew
: Seven swimming; and diving: teams will arrive at NAS by the large number of'' Accompanying Admirals Price and mates with a specially prepared -
', next Wednesday to compete in the Sixth Naval District All- i cars parked outside the main'' and Moebus on their Sunday inspection cake, which is a customary
gate of the station that there tour of Mayport were presentation: aboard the Midway
swim and
Navy diving eliminations which slated to beheld
are : '
was an overflow of visitors Captain Malstrom; Rear Admiral for every 1.000th flight made.
in the Air Station's huge indoor swimming pool Thursday aboard. John H. Cassady Commander, Air Group Eight's cruise turned

and Friday of next week. Actually the cars belonged to ,II Fleet Air Jacksonville; Comdr. out to be a regular fleet exercise:
Entered in the meet, besides : -- I I civilian employees who had''II G. E. Chalmers. Operations Officer As part of Task Force 87, which
+ Jax Navy, will be Cabanniss AAXl Championships were held forgotten or failed to take ac-I ; Comdr. J. E. Peltier, Public included destroyers anti-aircraft
," Field\ Texas; NAS Pensacola, I there. I tion on the edict issued some Works officer; Comdr. Porter F. cruisers heavy cruisers, submarines -
Fla.; Cherry Point, N. C.; Green I Locals Hopeful I time ago by Commanding Officer Bedell NAS Executive Officer; carriers and other vessels: ,
... Cove. Fla.: Parris Island, S. -C.? The first two NATAC1 swimming I Capt. Alvin I. Malstrom I II J and William Johnson, general the 650 officers and men of the
,t: NATTC Memphis Tenn., and I crews went to a veteran I 1 that no cars would be permiti i manager o f the Jacksonville Fleet Air Jax group underwent an
Camp LeJeune N. C. I Ottumwa squad. NAS Jacksonville ted on the reservation without Chamber of Commerce.The extensive training program covering -
The local pool which has been copped second place in 1946, Ii I liability insurance. enlargement of the May- all naval aviation phases.In .
I'; the scene of past service and i then fell back to the number four' 1 The deadline was set for I port Air Station, amounting to the Navy's effort to get the
'- state meets is located on the corner II position in 1947. Last year, NAT- I July 1, but a two week period | $4,820,000( plus the $3,185.000 project men into port over the July 4th
of Gillis and Enterprise TC Memphis grabbed the crown 'II i of grace was allowed for the for the Trout river fuel storage week-end the local group mail
Streets. In proceeding years, it I with Pensacola taking second and I|drivers to secure insurance. ( facility have received approval Boston, Mass. their holiday port.
.: was the stage for Naval Air I NAS Jacksonville 'ending up1 I The Marines cracked down last I of the House Armed Ser- Throwing little commendation to
:;. Training i i Athletic Conference third. I II j 'Friday, with the result that I vices Committee. Final passage of the Midway and its crew the Air
,. 350 motorists and 'I bill is to the Senate. (Continued Page 2))
swimming and diving eliminations I Well over 60 swimmers are expected about pas- now up on
,.: and last year the Florida to churn through the water I t'in j sengers hitch-hiked or rode' -
the coming meet with nine j 1 Navy buses to their posts of (
i events scheduled to be run off duty. ---J II I : Marine Detachment
More Middies --- ----
; over the two-day competition. The I I
.. 1500( meter freestyle, 200 meter i'!
freestyle, 100 meter backstroke, Policemen Visit !I For It's High Standards"Well
Visit Here 200 meter breaststroke and 400( j
: meter relay will be held on i The cops are coming but
i I Done!" the word ------ -- -------
; The fourth group of Annapolis Thursday with the 100 meter free- that's no reason for the hundredor was given -
observing that "the Marines
Ir': second class midshipmen are due style, 300( meter individual med- by Capt. Alvin I. Malstrom an
f(' for arrival at the Naval Air Station lay relay, 400( meter freestyle, 300 so School Boy Patrol membersnow NAS Commanding Officer to the always expected to start at perfection -
Monday July 25 for a two- meter medlay relay, and three- ,( in camp here at NAS to become Marine Platoon commanded by i and go forward from
:. day orientation tour as part of meter diving slated for Friday excited. The Jacksonville Lt. Kenneth C. Ives. guard officer I there."
their air cruise portion of their evening. Time trials will be run policemen have been extended an and to the WAVES divisionat
A letter of appreciation dated
personnel inspection. July 9, I
I. summer program. i off both days in morning and afternoon
Some 90( middies were two-day with finals in the days invitation to visit the base Fridayto 1949. The Marines had just May 6 had already been forwarded
.. visitors at NAS last week-end, events starting at 2000 both eve- observe the lads during their achieved a 4.0 for the second time. by Captain Malstrom to the

-. arriving aboard the world's largest (Continued on Page :) program here. Later the Skipper was heardOFF Marine Barracks Commanded by

flying boat, the Caroline -- Lt Col. A. L. Norton, which stated
:,. Mars. Arriving here last Friday I\
afternoon, the Academymen departed I : "The Commanding Officer d"t
Sunday for Pensacola to sires to express his appreciationto

, .\ continue their training program i I you for maintaining the general -
I. While here the Middies took in excellence of the
,, points of interest at NAS and viI:I and the efficient manner in spaces which
\ r, ';, cinity. I I personnel assigned to the brig
i, Among the group, the first have performed their duties
I1' : part of the second battalion were which is indicative of the 'can d>),'
e. '. two Floridians, W. A. Williams, 'I attitude which is so character
,..' .Jr. of Pompano Beach and P. E. i I tically in keeping with the high
.:" O'Gara of Tampa. ,, est traditions of the Naval Serv-
., The Caroline Mars,lagrest'( fly ice."
ing boat ever to land in these
At present there are about lH(
waters is operated by Air Trans-1
7ffl:; port Squadron Two of the Navy'sFleet I I 4 i a enlisted Marines and eight officers -
aboard the station.
They per-
1' Logistic Support Wing along
I form guard duty, patrol the station
with her sister ships the Hawaii .
)0. Marianas .Marshall and 5 ,, and man the brig. Recently
T'Sgt. Ansell L. Goodale relieved
Mars.WAVES .
Philippine I
I T'Sgt. Z. T. Hadley as brig war,,
den. The latter had held that post,

.' Planning i ir' six at NAS years.Jax and Cecil Field for

Malstrom inspected theWAVES
Anniversary Party <
Barracks following the
A planning committee began personnel inspection, and commended -
preparations this week for the cT the WAVES for the ship
1 WAVES seventh anniversary to shape appearance of their quar
be observed nationally Saturday, ters. He commented that too
..w July 30. a c WAVES have always maintained'
+i" number of events'are on the high standards for their barracks.
., agenda to help the NAS contin- The number of WAVES now stationed .
gent i celebrate the anniversarydate FOR l\'IANEUVER.S-1\ltmbf'fI of Marine Air Reserve fighter squadron VMFrlll are shown at NAS Jax is increasing
including cutting of a large ;inside a Curtiss Command troop transport just before their takeoff for the Marine Air Reserve steadily. To date there are 43
.* birthday cake an outdoor program maneuvers being staged at Cherry Point, N. C. The "Week-end Warriors" wilt participate in the WAVES aboard, with 15 more j and,,dinner. two weeks exercise with 12 other ,Marine Air Reserve squadron jxjcted this> week ,

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Two JAX AIR NEWS '21 July 1949

Jax Air Hews Naval( Hospital Chief Nurse

Editorial Office

South Wing Bldg.; Loner 930 Deck Receives New Assignment

Telephone Extension- 184 Lcdr. Rosalia Jorgeson Chief --- ----.
Andrew Ii. risof-, Editor Nurse at the U. S. Naval Hospital Chief Nurse since July 16, 1048, .

The JAX AIR NEWS I II publishedweekly here, who left Monday to assume will officially assume her new duties
at the U. S. Naval Air Station her new position of Senior Nurse at Oakland in the middle of
Jacksonville Florida and printed Corps Officer at Oakland Hos- August. ;
commercially with non-approprlatou Both nurses served in the Navy I
Oakland Calif. has been
pital, ,
funds at no expense to government I
and In compliance with SecNav Circular relieved by Lcdr. J, D. Hodge, Nurse Corps during World War
Letter 45-1913 dated 12 December 1945.: formerly attached to the Naval II. In the first group of nurses to
Copies are distributed tree of charge Hospital Corpus Christi! Texas get to Kodiak, Alaska Miss Jor
at the Naval Air Station the Naval .
has been at 13 stations dur -
Air Keserve Training Unit Naval Aux. > : ::'! In taking over her positionas geson
nary Air Station. Cecil Field and the ; Chief Nurse at the local Hospital, ing her nursing career.
\). S. Naval Hospital. Miss Hodge will be in charge of Miss Hodge has previously "r

; ; approximately 55 nurses in the served at NAS Hospital at San, ...
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member ot \ I 15 active wards of the main'Hospital Diego, Calif., N A S Memphis,

the the Armed Ships' Editorial Forces Press Association Sel\'Ice. and Re- ,' and five wards in the Dependents Guam, New Caledonia, and the

pi eduction of material from these .',. \ >.if.t division. Miss Jorgeson, Southwest Pacific,
sources must bear a credit line. Republics '
!Ion of other matter,, except by :t: ';.: ';>. 'j "
service publications I III prohibited without Guards Lend Richness
permission of Editor JAX AIR <''' .'r f > j
NEWS.Don't. "':'
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r---- ., t. : :... ....,. .jt To Ceremonies And Parades

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Always a familiar sight at all I
I Leonard Wallace, ABM2 receivedthe
JNQ # *I ,.' I (four-man ceremonies color and parades which is bearson the special commendation of Cap-

guard tain Alvin I. Malstrom for their .
high the national emblem and I poise and aplomb.
I eRA appearance
TEAif I the flags of service, lending an Station color guards have ap-

; i impressive feeling of courage, peared in Moultrie, Ga. where
L valor, national esteem and love
J they have participated in the annual -
_ of country.
Tobacco Festival: In St. Au-
forget to save time to attend I ?I Certainly always 'conspicuous gustine, Fla. on the occasion of ;
the Outdoor Party tonight': CIIIEF NURSE "ES-Dfpartlnr to assume her new duties and of prime significance, are the traditional blessing of the "

(July 21)) at 1930. Comeon over I as Senior Nurse Corps Officer at Oakland Hospital, Calif., Lcdr. i these lads who bear the colors of Shrimp Fleet, and on numerous
and practice roasting hot dogs. Rosalie Jorgesen left, welcomes her replacement, Lcdr, Jessie i the color guard. Aboard the Naval other occasions in Jacksonville.

This one takes place in the Grove. I Hodge, right, who comes here from the Naval Hospital at Corpus I Air Station there are always -

Let's hope the weatherman is I Christi, Texas. ready two or more such color
good to us. -- guards, trained and drilled by BREEZESSailor

"The score; is 20 to 20 and it is I Chief of Police A. Hinson, ADC, '
my add",-when you heat thatit I Classified BulletinBulletins II| for appearance at any formal occasion : "I'm a better man every a
means there's a ping pong tour- observance of national time I kiss you." 1

nament. Seven days are left to will be accepted only until apace Is tilled. Call ext 8230. i holidays or similar occasions. Chick: "Boy, you must have

practice for the coming ping pong FOR !SALE troilomical-ter Men of the color guard are been a low" brow before we met
tourney slated for Monday night One Merge circulating heater In faircondition. lion. Very 'v leason- chosen men-selected from othersof last week! I.
able Call Eat 8134 23420.
Julv 27 at 1930 at the RecreationHall. 11W: I Murray. $25.Drive Mr. Truer Ext. 8193, I FOIl JtKIST:or the station police by reason of ';(.

l. 1940 Meiriuv 2-door sedan Radio and 1 master bedroom 2 double beds 1 single size, late and general appearance.In Then there was the ex-Army \
It may be time for another heater $650 or bent offer Call R. W bedioom Innl'l ring mutt less. every respect they must do man who applied for a job as '
I Newly clerotated. 26 E, 15th: St.. Miss
dance before long. A squint; at the Goodieau. 1436-A Child St. Ext. 8335. I Rose Thompson. Phone 3.0587. honor to the flags they carry. The "Human Cannon Ball" at the c'iI'I .,......
calendar tells us! we must get 1937 Parkaid. 12 toot boat trailer with I
Green is t "
COSprln s, 2-stoiy coiner color guard a glamorous part
C. F.
ready for the July dance. Evenif Parish body and 2-8743.out boa d motor $300. and house 4 bedrooms$100 ,unfurnished 2 baths laundry Mis.John of the Navy and constitutes a I cus."Yes," said the Big Top boss! .

you; don't dance, come over 1941 Plymouth deluxe with 1947 Dodge garage.McMahon, 15 W. Ashle>'. Phone duty for which there are always "I think I can use a man of your
anyway and enjoy the fun. The engine. Radio and new paint. $700. :5-4610. ready volunteers.At caliber."
Rainbow Girls from Jacksonvillewill Ec'kels. Ext. 763. I Share large country home on edge of
Excellent condition recent personnel Inspec-
be here plus the NAS station 1935 Chevy coupe. I Ckxtors Lake Turn light at Orange a
28 the $150. Chief Glbbii. 528." Pack traffic light left after 4 blinks.go tion, a unit composed of Raymond "What made you give 'our' ;
band. The date is July taller !Sideboards and
utility 2 miles and through white board Howard BM1 Jack Anchors "
Reasonable, Field : alarm clock away?
and the taipaulln
is the auditorium new
time place 2000-2230. 3419-B Elllfion St. Dewey Paik. fence. Mrs 2 ,room\'oung.Furnlshpd Murray. Hill garden BM3; George Kasnias, AD 1. and "Oh, that thing! It kept goingoff

and best wishes For dale. Sport hop In Yukon. Mil. apaitment. Lights and water $25: a when I was trying to sleep." ,
Congratulations Field. 3419-B Ellison St., Dewey month. R.V.. Bauldiee. 5363 Harold i I .
are in order for C. H. King(, AA of Paik. St. Call 29885. I -
Cozad, Nebraska and Miss Lois Bassinet, good an new $4. Chief H. M. 2 flats. An upper and lower 2236 Pout. '' I Not 'New. Nuggets 'I An old maid, who was self-ap-

Taylor: of" Jax, who were married Fla.McLaln, 4547 Post St., J Kitchens furnished Mis. Covlnglon. I I IF YOU LIVE ON A BUDGET pointed supervisor; of village morals ,
July 16 in the Hospital Chapel 629 Ernest St.. 75113. I ] accused a man of being a
You will find clothing
1941 Tudor Plymouth alok.oO1111"1 6 room house 1123 Wjcoff Ave.. three I your I I
with Chaplain) J. E. Hollingsworth Motor front brakes blocks from Post. Phone In house allowance adequate for all' drunkard because she had seen
officiating. The best of luck to Crowther. 1147-A Mrs.: Saundeii, Phone 2-0435.) : Ask forMis. I family needs in the Not-New' I his car parked outside a tavern.
NAS. after 1600. Wateis. The
both. > accused man made no com-
'39 Packard convertible. Fair condition Furnished duplex apailment. :2 looms Shop.i I
-x- I New tires $3.)(). Contact Chief Miller and bath with' shower E. C. Reaugh I I i II Clothing and accessories for I ment, but the same evening park.
Ext. 423. 4802 Palmer Ave Clinton Dilve. Orange Park I everyone available at lowest I I II ed his car outside the accuser'shouse ", .
School Patrol Electric washing machine and wringer 2 room modem fuinlshed apartment for I prices. Household items and : and left it there all
moveable, 1 sidearm kerosene water working couple continuous hot water night.
I healer set of coll springs, sofa bed. E. Shepherd, 2326 Park St., 7- I furniture also included in our I
Albeit M. Williams, 3227 Rlvemlde 8132. stock. '
Nets Training Ave.. 2-1W2. 11 sleeping room furnlthed Continuoushot | At the Not-New Shop in the I "We are having a raffle for a
1 studio couch chair to match. Mil.I water next to bath. E. Shepherd widow. Will Inker" I
I' I Hobby Bldg. 913 poor you buy a -
Shop :
8252. open ,
I I Madden, 1237-A Hancock St., 2326 Pal k St. I II
'48 Cozy coach 24 ft. sleeps 4. Many Small apartment 2 rooms private bath I I every Thursday from 1000 to
During Camp"Safety" I I, ext i as. Molan Block 29 Azalea Trailer I I and entrance $13 week Mrs, J. S. : 1400. j "Nope, my wife wouldn't let 1 "
Park, Roosevelt Blvd. Ext. 231. Wilkinson. 2:>:Bellwood Ave. 7-6028. : ________ __ _---1 me keep her if I won."
'49 Fold V-8. Custom 2-door sedan. Furnished apartment near stores and .--. -- __ : ,
was the theme emphasized 1 R&H and oveidilve. $1750. Lt (IJI) buses. MI.... Tuich. 2.7il6.: :
by the Navy to 114 Jacksonville Maurice Beager. 80482. Avondale: 2 bedroom, use of home. :
Monitor apt. washer, w i Inner t\pe.. :2 I near Edgewood: chopping renter and'
School .
Boy mem I Mash tubs: $35. Gulla;i \
bers who sat>{ in on demonstrations 2 wheel luggage/: : trailer, excellent con- Hudson: 3338 Randall. 8-9102. ,
stressing fire preventive measures dltlon. MS. Can be seen at 4000-B 3 room private apaitment. Near Cecil I .
and good driving principles dur- Dewey Park. C. W. Green I Field. Route No. 5, Box 450. F. W.I I ( ..
S-ioom bungalow. $700 equity Easy Gates Marietta Kla, or Lake City < 1i. "
ing their week's encampment payment. D. C. Salleis, 5230: We>n- Highway. .
which concluded Saturday.The wood Ave., Wesconnett. Large corner loom near bath newlydecoiated. '
second patrol group is cur- Automobile '42 Buick !Super 4-door Single person or couple J;Jii c cns
sedan $525. L. A. Crews 3530>: PhjlII Use of kitchen. Bums, 4423 San Juan. .
its week of
rently enjoying camp I I St.. Jax. Fla. Phone 22959.Conrer } t :
here which concluded Saturday. :2 fog llghti $10. P. G. Weaver.: NL'S2, loom private( home, convenientto \
Assembled] at the drivers' testing 1.109 Cumberland Rd. Ext. 8272. NAS. Reasonable. Single and dOu- "< .
area, the Jax lads watched as Complete set of Walter Hagen matched ble. Mis. Lee Schultz, 1447 Avondale '
Iron & woods Including black leather Ate Phone 2-5930.
I '
Navy firemen put Out a blaze in bag and 7 balls. W. F." Musgiove, Nice loom with 2 meals. private home. J Jt :
short order. In the second feature 1205 Highland Ave., SouthKlde. For gentleman. M... Stlpp 2741 Aia- ,
tit the education program, the '41 Buick convertible Good, tires, good pahoe. Phone 23420.
moor $8.r>0. W. C. Sutherland 4010. One 4-ioorn apartment and one 3-room
school boys were briefed on safe A Dewey Pal k. Ext. 509. at 627 Edison Ave Mrs G. F. Herring I
driving in a lecture by C. G. 37 Plymouth sedan A-I condition. 1 Phone 4-1248.
Starr safety inspector, and a lady owner. M 1'1. Doiman, 4618 Ill.I.I' : !
demonstration by Harry A. Hor- ] Wheeler Ave, Phone 23808. Wanted good home for 2 kittens. K. L. rLfdr
Large two bedroom trailer for. sale. White, 3417-A Ellison St., DeweyPat
ton, motor vehicle examiner.The Modem. Very reuon.ble. M. .. Biennan Ii.
fire prevention demonstra- Trout Trailer Park Jax. Found a bracelet by thlldien'i pool.
tion was adapted from the fire I Black Cocker pup. M. Schioder, 1118 Gold with green! setting Miss Lum- .'

preventive program provided by I Allegheny Road, Ext. 8228. ley, Ext. 8313.

the Public Works department for Pink el'.nlnldr'.s/: with full skirt and -x- ,<
15.: Worn once. $5. Kodak .
bustle, size
its civilian supervisors. It was folding carvers, size 620 practically 16,000thContinued z B! M
planned by the fire department new with 3 rolls film. $10. W. .
under the direction of Fire Chief H. Folk, 1412-A Child St., NAS, ( from rage 1) rt.r '

Donald] Moran, with fireman Q. Ext. 8.M1.: Savage repeater. Group personnel were quite pleaded -t.

W. Cantrell giving a brief lecture. 20!Shot gauge only/: shot 25 times.gun. II:>. V* H. Folks, with meals specially prepared to 1"
The safety driving demonstrationwas 1412-A Child St.. NAS. Ext. 8341. suit the locality, during the entire 1
set up under the direction of 1 Deluxe Balhlnette, almost new. Sac- trip. iv '
I rlflce. Banks, Ext. 425 or 27776. Cofndr. Richard H. Burns, Car-
Rebert F.
Taylor safety superintendent .22 pistol new, 63/4 bH..e>I. Banks, 1432
with the Industrial Relations I Cumbeiland. Phone ext. 425 or 2-7776. rier Air Group Eight commanding
division. I For sale, '38 Fold coupe, In good condl officer, directed the training operations 2t
- -- ,- of his charges. Five squad .4
rons made the cruise, including $ ,
VF-81 VF-82, VF-83 and VA-84

and V AM.Seven.

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Movies: Wt't'kdays-1730 and 2000: wtek-fnc1s-1430 and 2000. nings.
THURSDAY Not too much is known about *

"STAGE) COACH KID", with Tim Holt and Robert Markham. the recently organized JaxNavytank
FRIDAY squad, but with several .

"ONE FAST FLING", starring Alexis Smith and Zachary &'ott.> i brilliant hopefuls practicing daily,
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY! local mermen may again'star in e
Paulette Goddard and Fred the proceedings. .
"ON OUR MERRY WAY", featuring --- '
-x- CONSPICUOUSLY PRESENT -As: : n-h rii Cprl'vilit.- "li
MONDAY I Marriage Consultant: "You men of the color guard, such as this foursome, bear the colors at

"LAW OF BARBARY COAST", with Irene Dunne and Adele must remember that marriage is all formal ceremonies, parades and other functions on and off the
Jerct-ns.( a matter of give and take." base. Only one of several available color guards, this unit was '.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Disgruntled H uband: "Yc-Bh, caught during one of the recent inspections. Left to right they are

"ONE WOMAN'S SOCIETY", starring Claude Rains and Ann but what she' got to give, 1 can't William E. King, 71ASN1; Rudolph !McKoy, AL3; Melvin C. Ilalnrs,
Tc.dd tahe" ADE, and Leonidas Partlue, A I)3.Page t

21 July 1949 JAX AIR NEWS. Page Three1



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>i', ENLISTED MEN FROLIC-Turning out in

of enlisted men took advantage of the opportunity :
of Dean Hudson and his orchestra last Friday at

rA chestra also played for the officers the previous

ef.-end Notes I Join Marine Forces I|


.' WncfTafk 'from 2-Week (' I

The Marines have landed : ; from-

.t and the situation will soon D.
-r rI' NARTUFASRON hand as 13 Naval Air I I

east of the Mississippi I

f 58-Good news for all during drill period is not permitted NARTU's Marine Air I: I

: :' naval reservists! Public Law 108 j according to NavResMult.. Squadron VMF-144, I :
provides that reservists called to j upon the Marine Air Corps ,
I Officers are reminded that the Cherry Point, N. C to
for 30 who suffer :
"' duty days or more i
I' disability or death from disease article 'Leadership.m; Relation toPunishment" : maneuvers which will I in-

; or when on duty any period I by Rear Admiral I II til July 30. I' Wjn-in-

t- of time suffer disability or death Hewlett Thebaud, is required I A total of 85 enlisted men ; I ; B.
from injury, shall in all respects I I 21 pilots of VMF-144 took ;
See the personnel
". be entitled to air last Friday to join
receive pensions
vi ( At-
; article.
the of this
> get text
I leathernecks the Marine
& .:retirement Flight orders have been issuedto I ; II
I largest peacetime
/'J ,
/ a number of enlisted men -
: ; and and allowances as if they neuvers. Embarking with
: t pay
k whose duties require flying in na- ;
tier were in the regular Navy. We are regalia in three huge Curtis : Dis-
> val aircraft. The flight time necessary
oJ''4" now fully protected in case of accident mando troop transports for '
of -
for "flight
t;{ while performing weekend payment be obtained 440 mile flight to Cherry Jr.
: r' skins' should ordinarily ; ,
drills. the local contingent had an
;9y1:.>."y'r If think are seeing I in the course of drills regular But of 11 Corsairs manned by ,
:- you you I duty at the scheduled 144 pilots led by Maj. I [
double latelhere's the reason:
to obtaining
is no objection Jr. : for
) The squadron recently acquired a I! additional flight-time during the Mobley
The other of the
I portion :
Executive Officer. Lcdr. scheduled I I I
new weekends other than inac-
Marine Reserve
James A. Tew Lcdr. Tew hails will receive exercise is I
I drills. priority ';
held in El Toro Calif for
\ from Sanford and at present is on available flights if you present west of the Mississippi. :I
taking a degree in Civil Engineering authorization chit.
your '' ,
VMF-144 made of
is up
I. at the University of Florida. I I
officers should have thor- I from
All a sonville residents, honorably ;
He the brother of Lcdr Lem
is City,
of Naval Courts
'' Training ough knowledge charged from the various
".1.!', Tew', NARTU Volunteer I I and Boards. Such knowledge is and men between the ages play"R
r; \' officer. essential to the proper performance and 32 with no previous I '
ifr," Lt. (jg) Arthur Lewis Sprott of duty and is a pre-requis- experience. Reservists : ,
has been assigned! to duty as .
FAS- ite to promotion. The correspondence week-end a month to
1"1" :', Communications Officer of course! in Military Law offered training drills, plus 15 K.
RON 58. Sprott is a student at .
: : by the Naval Correspondence year on the annual summer
Florida U. Other new squad. Course Center is highly recommended
ron officers include Lt. (jg/ ) WilLiam officer who takes
_Iv Maintenance-J Wegman,officer who is and assistant Lt. the course in International Law It's A Big Is1! I

will find that he is better able to ,
Trufant, Ordnance
William P.
(jg) understand the daily world news

: .r, officer. at a time when the world situation
,'t At the July drill period, we I is so confused.
welcomed to the squadron the -x
following new men: Harry L. I

Drake, SR; John S. Davis. Jr.. N. Y. ServicemenReminded
CSG2; Dobbie L. John ADE3;
t and Darrell G. Prentiss RMN2. To Vote

Navy conespondence courses
lire available for officers includ- Members of the armed forces :

ing reserves on either active orS I who are residents of the state of

inactive duty, and for enlisted! New York are reminded that a
who have been recommended
held in
by their CO's. These general election will be
8, 1949, at
courses include Navy Regulations, that state November
which eight proposed amend-
Military Law Seamanship Communications -
r Gunnery ments and three propositions will
% !', Ordnance and
Navigation, Naval Engineering be submitted to the voters
,, ,
Llectncty, International One of the amendments has to
Law Diesel Engineering Elemen- do with the payment of a soldier

Nuclear Physics and Foun- bonus to former service men who
e1ary of Naval Power. These were residents of New York at

may be used in earning time of their enlistment but havesince I What I went through the I n,e
credits toward naval retirement. taken up residence elsewhere day 'shouldn heppen to & I .>M.t

: r.,. Work on correspondence courses, -- -- I, Alphonse of the Air News to go
down private
I' roaming my
Points Of Courtesy Expounded early one morning when I I I :
High alrf,
l { someone veiling, "Kill it I '
'down his throat I Let s
.' In First Officers' Training Period I Smiling at the ,anticipation *\'g-

-- I was going to see He
In the first of a series of ]lectures perhaps
servilityor 111
: one-hour in thinking, a form of gruesome bit of mayhem and
: to be given at the for all humbleness of juniors forr [der before breakfast (that' the
in-service training period I' imi
:1" seniors i way I save money I lose ,
of the rank of Commander I I
that of these me
and below. Comdr Porter F. I Emphasizing many : petite), I listened for.
; \ and customs although knot.
courtesies I peeked through a I
Bedell, NAS Executive of "Navy I definitely known by all officers the back fence and much I I I got
delivered a message '
and enlisted men prior disappointment all I saw
__ Tradi
Custorm and
I to
j War II, were practically discarded guys swinging a pair of
direct bearing I
lions" and their I'I during the war, the Executive Officer out, ventilated baseball bats i .. But
'\> und importance. at I stated that efforts should be ting a ball back and ; !!! a
In his talk to the officers to
made by all hands to familiarize a fence. I
the Student Officer Auditorium themselves with these traditional What Gives : I
Tuesday afternoon, Commander I II
customs. I, naturally being nosey
that military
Bedell pointed has been out handed down Stressing the "Salute", how and nose full of quarters, I I !
{ by generation after generation( of when it should be offered respect I tire) I ask one"of the : ac

men and although various for rank, wearing of proper "What goes on. He says I ;
fighting tennis. I thought it was I I
uniforms and off the ,
y : periods of history have seen on !
v\ hat a the game all
Commander Bedell on
changes and gestures and mannerisms !
ask "Do ;you know what
the spirit and meaning the overall picture of courtesy II
is? he asks me.'ho '
of military courtesy has remained and customs both on and off the quet '
unchanged. reservation, at military and social know more about rackets s I
I retort. (Not
functions.The Alphone,
Military Courtesy", Commander I buy-
Bedell told the group, "is a officers were given a "re- phonse you're thinking I If
method whereby one fightingman minder" placard of the Code Of thn!) Wishing to learn the '
expresses his respect to another A Naval Officer, penned by John I plead for instructions. Me : I'I .
"(,kay take jour place, let'i
for framing.
It is not, as some; persist Paul Jones
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Four JAX AIR NEWS 21 July 1949

r aj Jax-Navy Crew Leads r'

Area Baseball Playoffs

Victorious in their first two outings in the Jacksonville

area, AirLant baseball eliminations, Jax-Navy's baseball

aggregation will be seeking its third straight triumph and 't,

the right to represent this area in the AirLant tournament >.,1"1

at Norfolk, Va. The locals meet the winner of Wednesday's' : ,

Cecil! Field-Key} Wes fray this afternoon at Mason field.Scintillating __ ;
---- -- ------ ---- h -
: mound performances WiP
v5r by Gus Gushanas and Navy lineups, hurled 3-hit ball ..

S Bob Becker gave the locals a pairof to blank Key West, 3-0, and give
a shutouts against Key West and NAS it's initial win in the Fleet

a Cecil Field Monday and Tuesday. Air Jacksonville baseball tour-

Gushanas blanked Key West 3-0 nament, Monday.

on three hits and Becker halted The local lefthander gave upa

Cecil field, 5-0, on four hits in scratch hit in the 2nd and a
r the second clash. pair of hits in the 3rd to the
Toeing the rubber Tuesday af- and then proceeded to

BENEFIT MITT ACTION-There was plenty of action for the most avid boxing fan at last I ternoon, Becker rationed a total i' them in check as his mates went ',". "

week's Coast Guard Memorial Chapel benefit fund card at the Arena, sponsored by the NAS Physical of four safeties to Cecil Field's II to work on the Key West chucker.

Training Department. Can'Quillen, NAS lightweight, (right photo No. 1)), showed signs of a long batsmen to record a sparkling, I The station nine drew first .
I layoff, but still had enough to whip Alex Barrego of Jax. Eddie Martin tosses a jarring left to the 5-0, triumph. The NAS twirler I blood in the third inning on
head of Jax's Raymond Dingman (No. 2)) who was was awarded an unpopular verdict over the Navy I fanned nine without issuing up.a singles by Don Manning and Bob

lad. Heavyweight John McKay (left No. 3)) dropped a tough 3-rounder_ to policeman Buddy Wester. single free pass. Becker, scored on two more safe.
Jax Navy batters collected ties by' Burris and Gushanas in :

: a tally in the 2nd. 4th, 5th, 8th I j the 7th. Nelson's four-master accounted -
Doughboy Jones Bests PattersonIn | Foulk Paces Field !. and 9th innings in chalking up I for the lone tally in the

their second consecutive tourney I 8th.

I Navy Sponsored Mitt ShowThere With Top HonorsIn 1 win. Gushanas BLnks Trample Cecil Field

Coach George Boerner's crew "
I "
Tourney'Bill Portsider Gus Gushanas, NAR-
was a robbery In Jacksonville last week, Wednesday night CPO TU's contribution to the JaxBucherich's all behind Ace Woolbnght m an h-' "
and the 900 spectators on hand weren't able to do a thing about it because --- ------ -, -- -- Jax Navy marathon to trample i"";
three guys had all the artillery. Foulk tallied a low gross of Cecil Field, 14-2, on the nome It.,
What made is worse they almost --- 80 to cop top honors over a field turf, last Thursday, It was the ',
punk the Navy with some of the in the eyes of the three Judges. ; of 23 linksmen competing in the Local Netter local slabman's sixth victory of r:,.,'
:Martinln: ., monthly CPO golf tourney playedthe defeats.
poorest decisions ever handed down Trophy I trre season against four "
here, at the Coast Guard Benefit Like a pair of mastadons John past week-end over the local I Woolbright gave up five hitato ri:": '

Boxing card at the Jacksonville McKay, NAS heavyweight and | course, Gains Finals the losers, four of them in the :

Arena. I Buddy Wester, Jacksonville, pawed I I The kicker prize was captured 6th setto when the visitors tallied 1,1? '
at each other over the full three- by Bill Turner who finished witha I Cecil Field collected it's "
Out of the six Navy contestantsIn Of MeetOwen on run.
the Air Station sponsored" pro- round distance with Wester winning net 71. A 275-yard drive on number -, City other lone tally in the 4th on ",.'

gram; only two emerged" triumphant the verdict McKay was the I three hole gave Harvey Tan- two Jax Navy miscues: and one .
aggressor All the way, but It was nehill the honors in the long drive
one lost via the T K O route Williams, Jax-Navy ten- single. : :
West who the undeservednod I ,
got division while Bill Ruscetta gained
and the remainder failed to the I "-- -- "
get II nis coach, battled his way into the
j mention as an accurate driver by ,
nod. final round of the doubles in the
Jacksonville's Gaspar Henderlcks dropping the ball within five feet" NAS Skeet Club tt
Junes Convincing Duval County tennis tourney re- N
scored a one-round T.K.O. win over of the pin on short hole No. 12. > ,
In the show stopping middleweight I Green Cove's John cently concluded on Jackson ;
Perkins. The The blind bogey award, given for ,
scrap featuring NAS Jax's referee halted the action when I,the best scores on the six hidden i ville's Riverside courts, only to -
'J :Pat Patterson I Again Rates High :<:.
and Lawrence Jones, Perkins suffered a cut ear after holes of the layout, was taken by lose out in the final round last
Fort Benning's All-Army champ, : Monday.
than a minute of action Bob Grant.
the latter's experience took a toll | Williams and his partner Leon :
Apparently not in as ;
good .
shape :
Bill wound his ad- In SE
I Hayfield up TourneyJaxNavy's
the local warrior With Jones '
on 'as he was in their first meeting the with'' Wilson, top man on the Florida
gaining the decision The Fort which provided many thrills, ex- vances down fairways Frosh squad, went into the dou- '
Benning Doughboy showed why he i!Navy Joe Martin dropped a three- excellent putting to register only ,' bles finals by eliminating the sec high-powered skeet ,":;
has piled up 76 wins in 78 battles. round decision to Johnny Craven ,,23 putts, the least course number over theeighteenhole ond-seeded pair of Wood and team added. another crown t<) the ..

Jones was awarded a pair of Golden (II Lacking his usual sharpness, Mar- Ralph Mat- Zeibe last Sunday afternoon. : list as Bill Aithur's top 149x150 -:

Gloves as the night outstand-' tin hit the deck twice during the tix also drew considerable atten Dropping the first game 3-6, they tally paced them to victory in the ..:i
stroked beautiful
tion he in
as a
ing mittman. I melee. came storming sack to take the service division of the Annual ,
30-foot No 9 hole Ray "
putt on
Jax-Navy lightweight Can QuitJ The Sportsmanship Trophy was next two 6-1, 62, with Williams Southeastern Skeet Championship
Skinner ended with the most .
n, had to go the distance to get awarded to NAS Jax's Eddie Mar- up sparking the victory i staged at the Jacksonville\ Ours .
putts, 43 all told, while Ray Peterson -
two of the officials' vote in his tin, who lost his match to Ding- took the most strokes on 18 I, Going into the final round with Club last week-end t'> ,

:match with Alex Borrego, Police man, I holes for a total score of 130. : even chances of winning the Wile I The local aggregation, fill tig 12- "
an.l Fireman product. After two hams-Wilson duo met their waterloo 'gauge shotguns took the Service Y,
I Prizes were awarded at the Chief
fast rounds, the two settled" downto II Petty Officer's Club Immediately: as John Ross and Richard I crown with a 17x750 score, also '...r
a well-timed punching duel with'Women's I Golf Meet following the tournament Clarson downed them 6-4, 6-0 for placing second to the Jax! Gun

Quillen getting the best of it |'Winners I AnnouncedOlive I the crown. I Club for top team honors in the.e
Glover Cameron, Green Cove In singles play earlier in the entire r'eet Arthurs, who tied .
middleweight won a split decisionover Boston (AFPS) The Boston tournament, Wilson defeated two for second Lace: laurels in scheduled
John Rosser Cecil Field Blythe and Joy Grego annexed Bruins of the National Hockey I other Jax-Navv entries before he shooting. won the shoot-off r

gilist, after three rounds of free pu- top Golf spots Club in "throw the Officers'Wives League recently signed John teamed with Williams He downed I I for runner-up spot by banging outa
swinging. out" George "Buck" Boucher as coach Jay -Brauer, 6-1, 6-0; then perfect 25x25 score over Lester
I tournament at the local layout for the coming season. A member:' I Varn Jr. member of N RTU .
Young Eddie Martin, NAS featherweight July 12.Loretta. trounced John Crocker of NAS a
: of one of Canada's first familiesof Jacksonville for the town .
6-0 60.Locals shooting ;
after Jabbing and Jacka Kirk I' \; .
Horton and hockey, he selected froma I t' '
hooking Robert Dingman Crocker and Williams club, who had to be content with
/ Cathy Thorpe finished in a three- list of to ;:
long re ,
I applicants third place. S 1'-
three hats (See fight both won their initial singles
pictures) tie for .
way runner-up in the A "
Dit who ;
place Clapper
failed to get the judges' nod at the class, while Betty Connelly Aubrey MauhMoion1 matches, Crocker defeating Bill Wayne Eddington: and Bill Hart.'r''
final bell. The up and coming I tured the Class B play with Fuze cap I I resigned in I Van Reenen, 6-3, 2-6, 7-5, while ley each registered a 143x150 tal '
Martin outclassed his older and I Weber as runner up Donnie -x- I Williams posted a victory over : ly for Jax-Navy while the two remaining .

more experienced adversary to a Bringle led the C group, followed ,'I : That which, in the wintertime :' Henry Anthony 6-2, 61. Williamswas ; NAS gunners, Gen Val'f., f.7'
point of definite triumph, but not by Nancy Craft.SPORTS. women wouldn't have so, I' eliminated in the singles by ner and Nick Gallitano\ banged .' 'it.(
------ ---- ----- --- I II 'many colds if they put. Richard Clarson 6-0, 6-0. out identical score of 141x150. ,'

-- -- Eye National! Met t\' ,
I :
Bill I\\. .
.. Hurling Sparks Ragsdale, NARTU. wh. wa* "
shooting for Jax Gun Club in themeet '
By City Club 9-8 I I } .
was runner-up in the all f
1. In the recent Wimbledon gauge shoot, failing to hit the Jut f
Softballers "
Suffering their fourth loss' of Tennis Winning Ways "
Championships, who was ;: few birds after knocking down '
the season the NAS WAVES went the glamorous American feminine 1 146 in succession. High gunman in f'pF.
down to a 9-8 defeat at the handsof star who made headlines in England i With Ed Bucherich's no-hit the entire shoot was serviceman

the North Jax Baptist Girls at and the U. S., although she hurling again highlighting last of last Thursday's encounter, I Harry B. Stowers of Camp Le .
the Power Plant Diamond, last was eliminated before the final week's play, the Air Station soft- NAS came from behind in the Jeune, N C., who ripped through

Thursday night. rounds of play I ballers registered four straight bottom of the seventh as relief 150 straight targets for a perfect ,.,
The local belles will tangle 2. Do you know how Nevada wins, bowling over Sargent Seat hurler Paul Franke drove in Earl I record

with the NAS Norfolk Flyers ina University's Stan Heath won football I Covers, McGmms Service Station Childers for the winning run to ",
In service team Curry !
2-game series at Norfolk Fri- fame last year ? North Jax Baptists, and Ford clinch his eighth mound victoryof '.
Field of Pensacola
day and Saturday. 3. Who pro golfer was the Motor Company squads to hike the season and defeat'' a North placed sec. _
Ruth LaVere, ace hurler for the leading money winner for all 1948 their win record to nineteen with Jax Baptist team 54. ond to Jax-Navy with 713 bird I
while Field also of thePensacola
NAS lassies, came back to do the tournaments ? only four setbacks | Buzz Bro&trom started on the Saufley ..1.1I

mound chores after being benched 4. Ponder won the 1949 Kentucky The local club journeyed away I hill for Jax.Navy, but after the I I 671 total. area, was third with a II

with injuries. Walton hurled the Derby, but what horse won' earlier this week to play at Tyn- visitors tagged hun for four hits I Said to be the largest Southeast 1i ''

win lor the North Jax Baptist the classic English Derby ? dall Field, but will be back inaction and as many runs he was replaced I ern shoot ever held In Jacksori. .4' s ,
team. ANSWERS on the local diamond tonight I by Franke in the fifth ville, the recent affair featured
Although the Girls in Blue out- 1. Gertrude 'Gussy" Moran when they duel with a We- .. Swamp McGmnisJaxNavy's I such top ranking akeetmen as All I
hit the Baptist team 9-6, the vis- whose playing costume featured Jax outfit at 2000. Although no American Jack Lovett who
softballers drubbed cap
itors scored the winning: marker lace-edged panties. I definite plans have been made McGinnis Service Station for the Lured the 20-gauge laurels in theSE
in the final inning to win the 2. He gamed a total of 1,645 I over the week-end, both Pensacola : tourney with 1O)
_second time Wednesday eveningof a perfect
fray. The WAVES put on a 4-run yards in six games, passing fora varsity and WAVE teams will score ayfi
last week when handed
outburst in the fifth to knot the new collegiate record. i invade NAS next Tuesday fog a they The Jax-Navy bird-buatera still '
; the combo 13-4 trouncing
count after trailing 84. 3. Lloyd' Mangrum with a total pair of tilts. The visiting: WAVES : visiting a I I have their eyes set on the National '

-x- winning of 4589832. play the local belles at 1800 with I Skeet Shoot to be held at *
4. Nimbus won the race in the I the varsity squads clashing in the Paul Franke held the visitors to I" Dallas Texas, this where they
DarnardBeals CoghlanFor first photo finish in the 170-year nightcap at 2000.Bucherich I'i only one hit while handling the expect to meet at least 20 other
history of the English Derby. Has No-Hitter mound for NAS the first four innings I
Nartu Golf Crown service teams from all parts of the
-x- I Pitching his third no-hit win of but the McGinnis squad United States In ,quest of the national -

Going one stroke over par on New York (AFPS) Former the season, and scoring the first I tagged liar!: Gulledge, relief toss- service diadem. Slated t,> ,
All-American football linesman, : and run of the | er, for three more safeties and ,
only three holes, Lloyd Barnard winning game be held the first week In August,
stroked his way to the Naval Air Jun White, stalwart in the Na-, Bucherich paced the locals to I four scores in the last three can the national meet will have, over

Resetve Training Unit's golf tional League Giants' forward their nineteenth win of the sea : tos. Paul King chalked up a ho- 700/) skeetmen competing for: the- ;,

championship as he turned back I wall for three seasons recently j son last Friday night on the local mer and two doubles in four tripsto nation's top honors, Including, a

Frank Coghlan 4 and 3 in the ; signed his 1949 contract. He also field as they shut out a Ford Mo pace the NAS sluggers. squad of top-notch gun mewl fr?'n. '

tourney finals j was: appointed' team captain for I II ) tor aggregation 9-0. ( Bucherich hurled three-hit ball : Hawaii ,m'.

Coghlan pulled the surprise of I the coming year. Facing only 2i: men over the last Tuesday as the locals: defeated __ __....;' I. '\'

the meet when he defeated Jack ;I seven-inning stint to win, his a highly-touted Sargent Seat n I l 11 l as (AFPS) Outfielde '

Piva, pre-tourney favorite, in the New York (AFPSOutfielder) eighth straight pitching victory, i Cover team 8-3 on the power Pete Gray, baseball' most seta-;,
semi-finals The tournament was Tommy Henrich became the 4th Bucherich whiffed twelve, and plant diamond. brated one armed player};'hs4! S iI

open to all of NARTU's 22 officers highest paid Yankee in, history: gave up a lone base on balls. Red Skee Wmarski tagged visiting been released unconditionally by ,
and 235 enlisted men on active when he inked his 1919 contract Tibbet banged out his second homer hurler Harold Sikes for two safe the Dallas Eagles. Gray who is 32 I

duty. Trophies will be award calling for 10000. Only Babe of the season in the sixth ties in three stands at the plate to said he is through with professional p

ed at the forthcoming Captain's Ruth, Lou Gehrij and Joe DiMag- frame lead, local batters as they collected ball and plans to return t > ,

inspection Friday July 22. gio Move topped the ft(jura. Trailing 4-3 in the sixth inning! nine hiU. his home in Nanticoke Pa.Page .

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