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Pay Boost Bill Awaits President Truman's Signature


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7-No. 26 29 September 19'49tifie


': ::;:':\ ;. Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District


.tnConstihition: Pays : Gridmen Oppose

Station Visit On I

Trip SouthwardThe I I Ed en ton Marines

Navy's R60, better known
as the Constitution, the world's Scrappy Marine Combine
-< largest commercial-type airplane,
roared off the runway in a picturesque .
'W" takeoff Monday morn- b I Here For Gator Bowl Tiff
ing following a 90-minute stopover

here at the Naval Air Stat __ s Football takes the spotlight this week-end as lax-Navy's

tion.The gridiron stalwarts, victorious in their opening test aganst

foot wingspan huge aircraft and ,50-foot whose rudder 189. ,, '_1n, Corpus Christi! last week, make their home debut Saturday

dwarfed other planes and night under.the arc lights at the Gator Bowl against a beefy

even buildings nearby stopped Edenton :Marine aggregation from North Carolina. Kickoff

here on its way from Patuxent time is set for 2000.

Md. to San Juan, Puerto Rico. It Although little is known about

will\ fly through the indies, com .. the leathernecks, they are expected practice for a number of weeks
circuit at Ar- I' to sport one of the heaviest returned in time for last Satur-
gentia. e. forward walls in Southeastern day's battle, and will take partin

set Pt., R. I.Equipped service football. Size, how the proceedings when the locals \

with four engines, ever shouldn't mean anything to tagle with the Edenton com-
which generate 14,000 horse. Jax-Navy's stalwarts as they bo.

power, the huge sky giant can withstood the test when Corpus Joe Sinko, veteran guard, who
carry 180 persons. The ship can Christi threw in several big 230 made All-Navy playing with the
cruise at around 265 miles per r. pound masses of brawn in the I (Continued on Page 2))
hour and reaches a top speed of season opener last Saturday. And
300 miles per hour. It has a 189- with veterans like Joe Sinko, Bill

foot wing: span, with a fuselage Molonoski Ted Daum, Norris 3 Mine SweepersOf
length of 156 feet. q o a i} Thomas, Neal McGeachy Chuck

Carrying a crew of 17 the Con ______m_ '._ ___.____ ___ _.__ Moore, John Coxon, and Joe
Buonasissi waiting the call to ac- Division Four
stitution was commanded by :
CHAPLAIN CHANGE-OVER-Captain Francis I.eeIbt'ft,
tion under Jax-Navy's colors,
Lcdr. W. B. Oliver with Lt. S.
right, senior chaplain at NAS for the past 46 months who leaves
R. Tetreault Lt. K. K. plenty of fireworks are in the
as pilot his post for a new assignment at the Fourth Naval District, con
the touted To Dock In
when Jaxi
Jones, as co-pilot, and Lt. V. A. offering highly -
Lilekes, navigator fers with his successor, Captain Charles A Dittmar, left Marines bump heads with the

As the plane swung into vaunted Jacksonville line Saturday -
destroyer mine
(Continued on Page 2)) Captain Albert Leaves Station under the floodlights.Big i I of Mine Division No. 4 sweepers of the-

I Wilbur Sweat a favorite Atlantic Fleet will dock in Jacksonville -
tackle of Jacksonville football Saturday, Oct. 1 for a 5-
Jets Of 171 fans, suffered a leg injury in the I in
: day visit conjunction with the
. Captain Dittmar Assumes Post opening fray, but may be back in : regional/; Kiwanis convention to<
action for'the initial home melee 'be held in Jacksonville, it was
In ExerciseEight I Saturday. learned today
Captain Charles A. Dittmar has assumed his duties as senior Sinko CaptainThe The USS Ellyson, USS Fitch,
I station chaplain relieving Captain Francis Lee Albert, senior sta- addition of Ben Adams
F2H Banshee jets j piloted and USS Hambleton, three of the<
tion chaplain for the past 46 months who will leave here to undertake former star tackle at the Naval four
of destroyer
by men Fighter Squadron mine sweepers
his new assignment as district chaolain on the staff of the Commandant Academy will put added strength
171 of Fleet Air Jacksonville, I (DMS) which make up Mine
of the 4th Naval District at Philadelphia, Pa. I defensive wall.
in the local
Division No. 4
based at Cecil Field, participated are due to arrive
A native Pennsylvanian! Cap : Adams, who is slated to see ac-
in the maneuvers aboard the car- I and illustrious naval l career Saturday to tie up at Commodore
tain Dittmar preached his first i tion as tackle or blocking back
rier USS Franklin D. Roosevelt I Point, located in the McGiffen
which dates back to 1918. His
sermon at the Naval Air Station this week-end, showed up well in section at the foot of Adams
held at Norfolk Va. Monday and St.
long tour of duty has sent him I
I here last at the All- i Ted
Sunday the against Corpus.
The three vessels will
witnessed by high ranking U. S into where he held remain
faints Protestant chapel. The I many ports absent from
Daum. who was
Military officials: and civilian down and variable here until Oct. 5,
new station chaplain served in many pos- I -
dignitaries Guam during the last three yearsas I t itions.. Boost A wailsPresident's I being Welcoming planned for ceremonies the vessel with are
The Navy task force, to which area chaplain. Attached to the Youngest chaplain to enter the Pay
'I ,
Naval Air Station and city officials -
the Cecil Field pilots were assigned I
First Marine Division during service in World War I, Captain participating. The will
gave Secretary of De- World War II, Captain Dittmar I Albert spent 25 months at sea SignatureThe be invited to inspect the public visitingvessels
fense Louis Johnson and other
official first aboard the
served aboard several during the war
first general boost for from 1330 to 1630 on Oct
military officials, along with 80 i pay
his He
before Carolina.
stations North
civilian representatives of labor, ships I battleship the armed forces in 40 years pass I 2, 3, and 4. Facilities of the Naval -
term at Guam. A veteran of 24 wears nine service ribbons, in-
education, industry and other ed the Senate Tuesday and now Air Station will be at the disposal -
years in the Navy Captain Ditt- luding the Bronze Star Purple
Truman's of of the three
awaits President crewmen
"bird's eye" view of signature
i mar entered the service in Octo- Heart Philippine Liberation and
law. at the invitation of
to become ships, Cap-
how modern
seapower operates. I
d. ber 1925 Asiatic-Pacific with four battle President Truman's signatureis tain Alvin I. Malstrom, NAS
The Fleet Air pilots from VF- 'I
I '
Bright Career stars He was awarded the Leg
members of the officer.In
needed to commanding
171 based at Cecil Field for give I'
| The departing station chaplain, ion of Merit for outstanding service
armed services a hike in income I charge of the Atlantic contingent -
about months led
nine were Captain Albert, has had a long as Seventh Fleet Chaplain I
Squadron commander William effective next Saturday.On /; will be Comdr. A. C
W. Leonard. They included Lt. 1----- -- -- during World War II. i' the docket for some time, Williams Jr. commander of Mine

J. E. Darden Lt R. M. Talfair 1I I GED Tests Slated I Before returning to the states' congressional action was com Division No.4. Skipper of USS
Lt. T. S. Harris Lcdr. R. I. Myers, during World War II, Chaplain pleted when the House agreed by Ellyson is Comdr. H. G. Gallagher
Lt. L. F. Harrison, Lcdr. C. Fer- General Education DevelopmentTests Albert flew over 50,000 miles on :( voice vote to accept Senate commander of the USS
nandez, and Lt. W. C. May I j 78 spiritual missions, visiting I i amendments to the measure. It Fitch is Comdr. T. A. Clegs,
A four-man from this high school and college level, :, Navy chaplains on 30 different'' provides raises ranging from while leading the USS Hambleton <
teamt participated in i will be administered In Building 40 Pacific Islands. He participated about $5 a month for recruits I will be E. F. Woodhead. The
squadron I
same the Cleveland Air Show by rac- next Wednesday and Thursday, 1 in the dedication of 46 new Navy I with five months' service to $300 USS Ellyson escorted the Battle-

ing to Cl ,veland from the decks Oct. :5 and 6, Personnel Interested 'chapels in the Pacific war zone. and up a month for generals and ship USS Missouri during the
of the USS Midway, a sister shipof : personnel are to report to, Build- As senior chaplain in the Allied admirals with more than 30 years peace-treaty ceremonies in the

a the Roosevelt t ling 40 at 0900, Oct 5. i! (Continued on Pace 2)) service.. Pacific. in September 1945.
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MAKE HOME DEBUT SATURDAY-With one win under their belts a 6.0 Moore, right end; Marvin Weldon, right tackle; Joe Sinko, right/ !guard; John Co ton,
verdict over Corpus Christi in the season's opener, Jax-rV: .vy's gridders entertainthe center; Bill Malonoskie. left guard; Jim Patterson, left tackle and Jack Duncan:
Edenton Marines from North Carolina Saturday night/ at the Gator Bowl.! left end. Racks are, extreme left, Harry Epperson, right half;'Rama Hucthinaon (be..
t Here's the starting lineup that will face the Marines. The line: left to right Chuck hind center), "quarterback; Glen Schara, left half, and Gu Kinnear, fullback.

Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 29 September 1949

540 Worth Of Pleasure I U PLY Civilians To Elect Four MembersTo

I In eLl CIIT 5j Nine-Man Board Of Directors

For Small Token Of 52 i .

Civilian employees] of the Naval Air Station will go to the polls

A novel bargain in which Na. -- -- j LEAD LINES Last year's October 7 to elect four new members to a nine-man Board of Di- "

val Air Station service and civil- civilian personnel. I SUPOR Bowling League, comprised rectors of the Employees Association for Civil Service Employeesof

ian personnel may attend or participate I The "Sport Sampler" is a book i of three teams each from this activity.Constitution. ,_, _
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in some 18 recreational I let published commercially for this department and O&R, is cur All employees by virtue of their -each-group. At the close of the

und! sports events, which total $40 I the purpose of acquainting personnel rently being reorganized with the I employment at NAS are memo election the ballot boxes will be
through actual participation
in admissions Is being made -
bers of the Association it has sealed and ballots will be countedin -
available beginning this week for I with the fine recreational expectations of getting underway ,

the low price of just $2.00, in the facilities that are available in the early in October. In a close fin been pointed out, and are eligibleto Relations the presence Officer.of the Industrial?'s." a, .

form of a booklet called the I Jacksonville area. Officials of ,I ish last l.Ieason-too tight formanagt'd take part in the election. I ,
"Sport Sampler". The booklet |I the Naval Air Station, along with I of the Employees.nominated to .fW.l! 30. :fi
comfort to The Board of Directors are' 'i! ; f
will hit the Ship's Service counters many progressive firms are making ---Supply bringthe the four existing vacanciesRobert '' c'
this week and will be also this booklet available now. I trophy safely home. But the Association comprises nine memo B. Robertson and Williams ': ") ',
available at other activities.The Considered to be the greatest O&R lads are eager for revenge, bers, three from Overhaul and ] D. Pitts of Supply and Fisgtl t r.

only booklet of its kind to entertainment bargain ever to | and consequently all interested Repair and two each from Sup- I Thomas P. Roberts, Arthur.j-,':, ,II'

be found anywhere, the "Sport be offered in the Jacksonvillearea '|' Supplyers-military and civilianare ply and Fiscal, Public Works, Lynn and and Robert L.Grace Brown C.:
Sampler" is a 50-page booklet "Sport Sampler" will be on urged to contact either Henry Repair;
and the General Group. The General Lee
which contains passes of admission sale at the Ships Service hereas Behrens ((482)) or Kenny Wilkins I Hamrick and Nora RobE'rts.Ge"1eral ,

to many sports and recreation long as the supply lasts. The ((621)) for details about the league. Group includes Industrial Group, and Ronald But.

activities in the Jacksonville supply is limited. Personnel may | In handicap play, that awful score Relations, Administrative, Medical cher, Lacy E. Combs, Mark A.

urea throughout the coming fall purchase as many books as they of yours can't hurt-and it might Dental, Communications and Atkins, Arthur L. Stonebanks and Her-,
and winter season. like for family or friends-but help. Besides, with three teams Frank M Ironmonger,
Included in the 18admissionbook !; only one booklet may be used by to fill, it's gonna be necessary to the Operations departments. schell Lee, of Public Works de-

are passes to two Jax Navy anyone person. The pamphlet pick 15 out of the 10 who'll volunteer Membership on the Board ro- ,! parttnent.Classified.

home football games at the Gator must be carried at all times, with I so get your name on the tates in part each year. Although -x-
Bowl tickets to the auto races at passes to be detached at the box roster. members serve for a period of

the Speedway boxing and wrestling office. It will not be on general PURELY PEfWt ONAL PIFFLE. two years, one group is elected V

shows at. the Arena, skating I sale in Jacksonville.x Gilbert :Moore's brother, Benny, each year. The coming electionon
October 7 is for the
rinks dances horseback purposeof
special -
who finished his fifth and finest I Bulletin
riding golfing at the city courses, I replacing four members whose
year with a B team of the Brook !
and even includes dancing lessons Enginemen Class terms expire next monthone
i lyn; Dodgers has earned the name FOK SATE
and a cocktail facial. Someof of "Big Timber" around the ball each from Overhaul and Repair, 6 HP \Vlzzard' outboard motor\ VA.
these events or services alone Supply and Fiscal Public Works, New washer $50. Dr. SlUeiman, 410
parks due to his long-ball hitting 1st St., Ortega Farm Blvd.
ConductedAt and the General Group.
are worth more than the price of Being '
The thing most often opened by Pink 1'drtsli.. size ]5. Worn fnce.IS. .
the entire book of tickets. I mistake, they tell us, is the mouth Secret Ballot Folki. 1412 A. Child St.. NASor

Supply Limited Lucile McDowell and Polly I Members who are ext. 8341.
The new booklet with all its Great LakesA McDowell are the suggesters-a their seats and will be replace 41 Pontiac! convert 'Ourt' Weaxer,
which total 1309 Cumberland Rd. };xt, 5t<5.
18 admissions, $40 in year ago-of the new heading for are Charles G. Hart of Over-
tickets sells normally for the new service school designated this column Character is not haul and Repair. Leonard B. Eu- 12 ft. bout, ply-wood. 95 IDS., equippedwith
regular price of $2.50. but publishers jas "Engineman Class C-l" is now Il'alll'r'pl'uum type car top
made banks General ArlingtonW.
a crisis-it is only exhibited Group; carrier, MurdlX'kal; \' se Yd. Ext
of the novel pamphlet I being conducted at the U. S. Naval Kenneth McDuffie, Bennett, Supply and Fiscal, 292.
making a special introduction offer | Training Center Great Lakes, whose bout with the fever has and Charles D. Green, Public Kitchen set chrome $25. WasK mach
of $2.00 to local service and [ Ill., providing special training for kept him numbered among the Works, The remaining Board $tE Double rollaway I M. $20.;! Mis.
---' -- -- --- Pan In. 1319 B. Randolph St.
----I I' enginemen in the theory operation, shut-ins for the past nine weeks, members, who remain in office 25 ft. cruiser $550. D. L. Dick Jr..
Gridmen ; maintenance, and repair of large returned to the fold last Monday are Ralph T. Mosley, Public Ext. 248, or Jack Holt l'h. 2.(!>27.
OpposeContinued i propulsion diesel engines, it has looking pretty fit, but feeling, he Works; Ruth C. Seavey, General '49 Chet y deluxe xt.2 door Under lift

( from Pace 1) I Ilocals (' cation been revealed Office. by the local Edu- says, a leetle wobbly Group; Ernest L. Rodeillat, Supply Baby'price. bassinette Davis, :, carriage 8-28B.: play pea

Unless and Fiscal, and James'L. stroller. $20. C.rundig. 4602 AtU-
last will captain some enterprising organization
season I Only regular Navy men with at takes hand Fleming and Eldon A. Rutten, boro St. Ph 2-5077.
the team in the coming fray. a pretty suddenly -
least 18 months serviceare Overhaul and Repair. Ice box small flee radiator. j>lcnle'
The starting backfield for the' Jacksonville's concert seasonIs table bench set Mil. Holt. Pho.
NAS eleven will comprise Bama | eligible to register for this going to be sponsored only by Voting in the coming election 2-OWiO.;
Hutchinson quarterback; Harry' school. Men with high school or Civic Music, the others withdraw- will be by secret ballot, with '48 Mercury cont'l t. 1 owner' $1595.!
Financed or take over car In tmrte.Brookshlre .
trade school
Epperson right halfback; Gus'' shop train Ing this year with badly burned each employee required to mark OD office, Cecil Field
Kinnear fullback: and Bill Hul- ing or related experience are pre fingers. Margaret Truman was his own ballot, voting for a candidate BaRsl nett,. Mil. Schultz, turn light
sey. who gained 75 yards in last ferred. Interested personnel desiring to have been among the artists from his respective group at .'18. Drlv. cl. then left. 2nd house

weeks scramble at left halfback. to attend this school must slated for a Jax appearance, but, Time of voting and location of Love on left.sent $75, blond table $10, end
Chuck Moore and Jack Duncan indicate in their request the specific as one concert producer put it. ballot boxes will be announcedby table! $3 ea.. 2 mnhogony end tables

will be at the end posts with : engine or engines on which "Jax is a tough nut to crack." the election supervisor of $2 ea.. desk lamp $2.50, tia\el nlh.
desire four I $.10. dies table & mirror, $12.50
they training, allowing -
Marvin Weldon and Pat Patterson An old-timer is one who remembers ,I 1-ahallH mat $10. 2 hassocks $1 fa.
weeks for
at tackles and Bill Molonos-I training per engine. i when ladies wore nightcaps Twin Simmons brts. $.'<0. Lt. DeLH
kle playing at guard with Sinko. Engines installed: at the schoolare instead of drank them It may I Mater ;3157 Post St. Ph. 8-S771.: ;
John Coxon will fill in at the one each of the following: GM, come as no news that Virgil Price Pi'ao. new motorola auto tadlo. Cost
(Continued from rage 1)) $80. Sell for $35. Call after 1700.; A.
pivot post.Saturday's. Model 8-268A; GM, Model 16-278A; I electronics Storekeeper' is now an Rat ley Jr., 278 11)1'110AlP.. Wes-
fray is the first of GM, Model 12-576A; CooperBessemer ,ordained minister and is currently I ition for refueling of its four connelt.Balhlnelte,

five home games to be played Model GSB-8; Alco, Model conducting church services for a tanks which hold a combined total I !' ,$7. 22 cal. Hi-Stand. Automalic -

it the Gator Bowl. Other home I 589 Fairbanks-Morse, Model 38d8 i little community known as Pine- I of 9,600 gallons, representatives Banks Taijjet, 1432 pistol Cumberland first I $ 97t..takesIt. Ext.

games: include tussles with Par- 1/8. .grove, near Fernandina Remember 425.
ris Island. Oct. 8; Chatham Field I Before personnel become eligibleto : a handkerchief manufac- of the press and radio stations '37 Hudson Terra pin re 4-door sedan.265i .

Oct. 23; Little Creek, Va., Nov.I attend any service school they turer is the only fellow who likes i in Jacksonville, along with New bl'lrk'I'nt'f"r Post Ph. 74171.bungalow Kimball

12. and Pensacola Nov. 26. must meet the following requirements for other people to stick their NAS personnel inspected the I' 4144 Marquette, Fairfax Manor. Ph.
Servicemen i in uniform. will be'' for obligated service: I'noses in his business. huge two-decker plane. 28739.
Elpc. utmhrealifa, t net JlflrvflliU"
admitted tree There will DC one Length of school, obligated serv- ----- Despite its huge size, the Con- robe trunk $S. Matta; J271 Comtei....
price admission, a general admission ice 18 months; 21-40 weeks (except I stitution can use any normal run- land Rd. Ph. 8- 185.
of $1.20. At (b) school) 24 months; FOUND way for transport planes. It uses Studio couch; bed; buggy; laundry
its low 85-mile tub: mlscell. Items. Reasonable iNrr.
-- 41-50 weeks30: months: over 50 Found. a golden opportunityto landing speed Anderson 47W! Myitlewood Rd. Ph.
20 Local Drivers weeks and AT (b) school36 and reversible propellers on two :2-8284.! :
months. make money while you save. inboard engines to stop it in Car top fishing boat A':,' Ion*. 4' wide
Absolutely safe U. S. Savings short distances. The takeoff run I1/ deep, cjprus A plywood lm-1. carracks
Are HO. Kent, 3543 B. Craven St .
ApprehendedTwenty Bonds pay you back $4 for every is equally short, varying with Dewey Fk.Rexlslticd .
Chaplain AlbertContinued the load. Jet-assisted take-off : Cocker' Spaniel. $20 or J25.
motorists were given $3 you put in them, after only 10 I bottles are mounted in the wingsif,.,. Cheshire 1019 E. 15th St. *'h.

tickets by Station Police for traf- ( from Page 1) years. needed. Thor ironer $35 & a !Singer treadle'
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fic violations on seven counts Command, he supervised 200 naval sewing machine $.'10. Clendrnln 3535

during the period from Sept. 20 chaplains in caring for the 14th Pilot In Air F 8 cu.Craven ft. Hot St.Point Dewey refrlp.Pal k.Contact Har-

to Sept. 26.Charged religious and spiritual needs of klns. 34:27: B. Dewey Pal Ie.
with illegal; parkingwere 250,000 men from Australia to Elec.) stove' A I"pfll/l: Kxcell. crnd.

Lcdr. J. M. Hirst. K. L. the Philippines. I Exchange Leaves For Shaw Field 1'x Johns.:: 379.1334 A. Randolph St. !\AS.t .

Davis. RM2; J. H. Thomas AF- SpeaVs' at ConventionAt Hand carved' Chinese chest. SlHtf.
AN: H. J. Hallis. AOC; C T. the 1949 Democratic National I Exchange of pilots between the Spanish Tupeslry. 1350 Mrs. Row.

Murphy. ADI ; J. M. Davis TN, Convention in Philadel-I'Navy and the Air Force under the Air Jacksonville pilots transferred Tot land stroller 1132 A. Allegheny St.
tilc cle child'scar
and civilians J. Y. Farrar, and ,I phia, Captain Albert participated on an basis ; play pen; > :
new Defense Department program j exchange The others ; rocking horse. Wood, 1231 B.
W L. Rodgers. Jr. :I in a memorial service for the late aimed at promotion of better understanding "' are Lt. Dean S. Laird and Lt. I Hancock txt.:: 8132.
Apprehended for speeding wereJ Franklin D. Roosevelt and war of methods and techniques Thomas Sedaker of Squadron 171 48 Km/ler sedan overdrive. 11375.:

E. Lindberg L. H. McMullen I dead of World War II. Chaplain |: employed by the two cervices and Lt.
W M. Hawkins, O. D. Hale and I Albert was designated to repre- :i was effected here when Lcdr. ,lot Squadron 172. Laird and Sed- $ 25. or 118 trade on pickup truck. .
L. N. Garvey. Reckless driving sent the Navy Chaplains corpsat William F. Heavy of Fighter aker have already been dispatched Stafford, Lot 25 Azalea TmUtr

tickets were given to V. E. Manifego. the services by the then Secretary r Squadron 172 last week became the I to Hamilton Field San Francisco, Court. FOR KXT: A
AA, and E. V. Grant who of Navy John L. Sullivan. I Calif, while has 2 bdrrn. house '
fourth Fleet Air Jax man to be Bishop been assigned with refrlir. A f\\(1\e ...
was also charged with failing to I A native of Elmira, Iowa, Chap assigned to the Air Force to the Fourth Fighter Group In Lakeshore S75 mo. Quina, f'rio. .

Mop for a stop sign, obstructing I lain Albert attended Cedar Val I Lt. Comdr. Heavy has been I at Langley Air Force Base, Va. 2 rm. turn house. Robeitson, Box

traffic and not making the proper ley Seminary, George Washington detached to Shaw Air Force Base To further solidify the argument I 489 on TlmuquHna Rd $60 mo. Th.

signal. C. T. Murphy, ADI University, University of : in South Carolina where he will I of armed services unification, Lt. 2-3-18.1.
was ticketed for obstructing traf- Commander 5 rm. furn. house 2 bdrms In Rlt fI'-
Richmond Union i Theological Heavy it the of
I join the Air Force squadron of jet lde. Mrs Durham 2615 Green, Pho
fic and J. M. Davis, TN was I' Seminary and the Divinity planes He it but one of four Fleet I Brig, Gen W. F. Heavy (Ret' ) 77510.
caught without possession of his School of the University of Chi ..- and graduated from the U. S. Na- 4 rm. Turn brick house. Com('n. to
drivers license. He licensed : at NAS. J75 per mo. Dr. Sllteiman. Ortega -
cago. was to preachby h. jval Academy Annapolis in 1941. Farm Blvd, MX & 1st. Phone
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the First Baptist Church ofj There you have it: A Navy offi- I 8-1257.

Jax Air r News Chattanooga, Tenn. in 1915, and I' Pcer r: the son of an Army general Widow wants' to share complet. fuin. ;
ordained by the First Baptist 'who will serve with the Air bungalow with couple. Mrs. riot irls,
812 Acosta St. R
Editorial Office* Church of Richmond, Va Force 3 bdrm. house, Mrs.eislde.Florv,Ph.22271-7-57i9.
South Wing, Lower Deck i -xPersonnel Expecting to be welcomed back J lege. J'nhiul 7-4.130 or 6-3278\ '

Bldg. 930 aboard the station in a year, Lt. 4 rm. garage apt. Bath, llilt- i.
Commander (Chen dinette. Mrs. Schofleld;;'41" .
Telephone Extt'n"lon--8IM Inspection Heavy upon leaving Shirley. Ph. 23146. 'Y.?',
Andrew H. Planer, Editor remarked "An officer of the Air Rm. adjac. bath contln. hot wcter't4)a'
I Force will be serving with the bus line. Mrs. Johnson 2259'tarlt '
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published near 5 pt. Ph. 7.-8341.
weekly at the U. S. Naval Air St.. I Scheduled SaturdayPersonnel Navy for the same length of time 3 rm. apt:. 1 large porch, furn. 'ff.IIlov .
Don Jacksonville, Florida and printed that I will be serving with the ,. $12. 2 im. apt, Mrs. Green, ?
commercially with non-appropilatcu I Air Force It Is in this manner 306 Fhelns. Ph 5-2146 J.
funds st no expense to the government Inspection by the that each of us will gain some Rms. near NAS. Meal If desired tall
and In compliance with SecNav Circular Commanding Officer of NAS will of after 1730.: Mrs. Wilton, 5d02 Colo-
knowledge the other
Letter 43-1918: dated 12 December 1943. service and nlal Ave. Ph. 20290.
be' held 1 at 0730 "
Copies are distributed free of charge Saturday profit by It. Pvt. res rm. A :2 meals. Adjac. bath.
at the Naval Air Station, the Naval at the parade grounds at York The broad program of exchanging $12.30 ea. for 2 or $14 for 1. Miss
Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary town and Gillis streets. y officers for one year between I>pllln I 2720 Iroquois Ave Phone
Air Station Cecil )Field and the Departments will muster in accordance the Navy anti the Air b-494l.
U, S. Naval Hospital.The I Force, involving iir.i.rVIanted
i with paragraph three of yMa some 25 pilots from each passenger to Phonlx. At lions
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tFirst Hand Info-

t. Mobile Training Unit Orients

,. uadronsOnADTechniquee

mobile training unit from Na-
Air Technical Training Center, and maintenance crews operateand

Tenn., is now temporarily study for effects. In addition
r based at NAAS Cecl Field to members of the training unit have

instruct pilots and crewmen in the specialized information on opera
,maintenance and operation of thea tion and maintenance of the AD

AD-4 Skyraider aircraft which has which they have gathered at Mem- : ,
been received by several'! squadronsof phis and at the Douglas Aircraft
Fleet Air Jacksonville factory in El Segundo, Calif. t,716> qf s Jf

The mobile training unit has Completely mobile the unit is j V ;
mock-tips of the electrical armament being equipped with trucks for r # s ;

hydraulic oil, and fuel sys1em '! '!- transport of equipment and per U4 I 6
., mechanisms of which pilots sonnel.! Prior to its arrival at Ce- 4 t.
.. cil Field the unit was on tempo wf.

_f rary duty on the West coast where
its members oriented ComAlrPac bit .
t'S\Ot":: squadrons in their transition to & r F

AD Skyraiders. Following a brief

t refresher course at the Douglas 'Af ,, t
L\ 'QI' 4' fwd t f g ',,w r
U I I plant in California the mobile unit wroM
was Bent back to its home port of
Memphis before coming to Cecil.

W. I I Comprising a staff of eleven enlisted -

.I men, the unit is in charge of
I'e.W \ Lt. H. J. Henderson
.. 'the Administrative Division -.- -- '<' f. .____ "" '" ..

ivere glad to see Lcdr. D. M. I SOMETHING NEW-Gathered around a cut-away section of the new AD Skyraider power
t back at his desk after his plant, members of Air Group 15 get instructions in the operation of the unit from C. E. Brown I
30 days leave In the Time Comdr. McCoy'sArctic ADI, of the Mobile Training Unit now at Cecil Field. This mobile unit is here to instruct pilots andground

Section we understand that Walker crewmen in the use of. the new AD Skyraiders.
--- --- --- -
Crevasse and party, which included SojournIs

Cone Revels and wife, went to Takes
Davis New
Gainesville Saturday to see the I Cut ShortHeaded : Week-Snci

t Florida-Citadel game They were
greeted by Frank McKinley and I j I for his third trip into Post At NARTU

wife upon their arrival Olive the Antarctic Lcdr. '
Fleming of Personnel attended the I I Lt. (jg) Delton E. Davis has Note.l
; James McCoy, wound up with a tfJinq7fi. .
also. Says she had wonder-' been assigned as Assistant Maint-
game a rather shortened cruise after he
I ful time, but made no comment on left NAS Jacksonville, June 24 enance officer at Naval Air Reserve from
the itself.Congratulations. | Training Unit, NAS Jacksonville -
game for the South Pole with Rear I l
relieving Lt. Chester V.
are in order for ]I Adm. Richard E. Byrd
Anderson who has now become the
'; '. Chief Berry of Transportation. | The expected' two-year trip to Maintenance officer. f PJ/1KTU
His wife presented him with a'' the cold regions was cut short
last i j The new arrival was" former Ordnance -
baby girl Saturday morning. by the Navy "for reasons of
I I and Photographic officer (VPML(56)( ( )-News is apparently -- --- ----
They are getting along just fine, economy" and now Commander I
all)) three of themVe! understand McCoy has repacked his parka, I at NAS Olathe Kansas, anotherone I at a premium this month. Shifting from a 12 to a 14 hour
drill weekend in an effort to build
that Chief had > back of the 27 activities in the Naval I!'Several have
Berry a photog- reporting to NAS this men advanced in drill attendance
and time
i up flight
rapher taking his daughter's time with Fleet Air Jacksonville. I Air Reserve Training Com
picture mand. I,, rate this month. Lewis H. Brooks records, they have been working,
when, she was just 5 hours "Since the polar trip has been i: from SR to SA The- following sometimes through their lunch
t (..Id'e are to learn that I Lt. Davis, who joined the Navyin
cancelled", the former assistant I men were advanced from SR to hour in an effort to bring more
,1/ \V. L Nipper Is on sick leave suffering operations officer at NAS said, August 1942, was graduated i iI AA: John N. Darby, John G Fer- glory to their already decorated
: from a severe heart attack.j I from the Ordnance Schools at I T. I
"my wife and I are naturally very i rell Wisely Morgan HI Sam- squadron. '
j We wish him a speedy recovery. I IG ; happy that we could return Jacksonville and Pensacola. He uel H. NasMff and Louis M. Setf- ;
We've been told that it's
M. Smith is in the Veterans : here' Commander McCoy will served 16 months at Guadalcanal i lick; while John V. Strickland advanced I' almost
t Hospital in Atlanta, Ga., for a J return to Washington for a brief with the Air Center and 36 months I from ADEAN to ADE2. I a sure thing that members! ofJacksonville's

minor operation. We hope he is' stay to wind up final details be- at Olathe, Kansas If anyone is interested in know- Marine Air Reserve
I : ... ___ Squadron will be California bound
and around before Congratulations _
up long. fore assuming his new duties at ing how it feels to have just returned -
next for
t come July the 1P5Q{
to Vernon C. Moore
Fleet Air Jacksonville. from an extended 2 months
who took the first step Sunday | A veteran of 23 flying years, I BREEZESThe vacation just ask our good friendLt. maneuvers of the :Marine Air Reserve
morning at 0900 The new Mrs. the Walter Training Command.011\
with Navy, the local officer (jg) R. Welch.'e that has rolled
//1.- Moore is the former Miss DorothyL. made his first expedition to minister had just finished understand it was spent in the September around
(' McClellion M. A. Atkins the when the many of our boys will be off to
in ,
the polar region 1939-41 and I ceremony groom beautiful Catskill Mountains of college, but when drill weekend
is on an extended vacation through in the fall of 1946 he was again a handy man. moved over to him, New York We missed Comdr. rolls around their faces can be
the Carolinas. recalled to the Navy department''I' and in a low whisper said: I'm John P. Ingle at muster Saturday
I I seen with other squadron mates,
I NEWS FROM THE FIRE BOX: j to help prepare for the second sorry, parson, I haven't any money afternoon due to an Eastern Air working
,:: keep VMF-144 on the
.1- Fire Chief D. R. Moran is attend-1 Byrd expedition known as "Ope- ,: but I can stop your gas meter Lines meeting at Miami. Hope to top of the list.
Ing the Fire' Chief's Convention in : ration Jiighjump". Included in from registering." j report that he was with us on
New Orleans this week. Assistant !| this trip were 13 ships including Sunday Congratulations are in Captain Eber B. Phillips'MF..
.. o Fire Chief A. M. Evans has just I It the aircraft carrier USS Philip- I I-I order to ENS Robert T. Carter 144 Intelligence Officer will loon
s returned from his three weeks trip' ;II be on his way to the Naval Air
pine Sea, manned by 4,000 men. who has just been appointed to the I'I
to New York Says he had quite -x- I i I broken scales with the indicator >! regular Navy. Bob is still with us 'Station' Glenview, 111., where he
,i a time. Only trouble with his trip I stuck at 75 when a drunk hap- | but is awaiting,:: orders to his new will attend to the Air Combat Intelligence .

was the high altitude around Dance At St. Vincents pened out of a nearby saloon and t tI duty station. Best of luck to Bob' School for a refresher
Woodstock, N. Y. had a very sobering I I looked over her shoulder. i on his new cruise.. course. He will be at Blenvifw

effect on his usually low ca- I All hands have been invited to ;, "My: "God," he exclaimed, she's' Our good friend Lt. Duane A. from the 3rd of October throughthe

pacity W. B. Wright has also the semi-formal dance Friday hollow. I Deen now has several televisionsets tenth
just returned from leave. His recent i VMF-144 "w 'come bn k"
night at the St. Vincents Hospital. I in his appliance store at Bun- says <
trip took him to the hills of Admission will be "silver do- All the to Master Sergeant J. D. Huggms.
I gals tote little cases, nell, Fla. Anyone interested in '
I West Virginia. We were sorry to I ations" and dancing will be from I Designed for making up their same might stop by when in his Sgt. Huggins spent 21 days in the
hear cf N. L. Jordan's recent accident 'hospital where he underwent
I :2000! to 2400. an
faces. vicinity Lt. (jg I Richard W.
.' and hope! he will be able to I ---- -- ---- operation. Sgt. Huggins was away
[ wish they had some other kind, Copeland recently finished his stud-
!t': return to work before too long. i per couple which includes Federal from the squadron for three and
Designed for making their ies at the University of Florida
It's rumored that big plans art'lnderway Tax. Be sure and buy your tickets up one half months due to illness.
f mind.A and is now teaching math at See-
I If
\ for the Public Works early because of limited reserva breeze High School at Daytona' When questioned about his illness
f :. Dance to be held 21'' tions. The dance is to be held at
on Friday
had this to
Sgt. Huggins
> woman was helping her hus- Beach, Fla. Wonder how it feelsto
> October Tickets can be secured the Mayflower Hotel Roof Garden. taxi PV2 and find haveno say "I wish to thank the men of
band out suit. After a you
pick a new
next week from any member of Those of you who went to the the the Marine Air Detachment and
as approach
the Committee, namely, Jl'nnlpKopE'c Public Woiks dance last :March much disagreement, she finally you
VMF-144 flowers
for the beautiful
end of the ENS
of W will remember the fun and will said, "Well, go ahead and please runway. Perhaps
Transportation, Q. ,
to illness
George R. Frost and ENS Jack sent me during my
yourself.) After all, you're the one
Cnntrell Fire T. want to plan on a big time for
Department: did lot to cheer
E Colsen could enlighten us.We They really a me
Mosely, Maintenance; F. R. :Mc- this one. Those of you who were who will wear the suit. "
Culley, Design & Engineering; C. unable to go will surely look for- "Well, dear," said the man i in VPML( are mighty up. .. .
S. Wemp. Key Shop: Helen John- ward to a gala affair. Don't for meekly, "I figure I'll probablybe proud of the news that was released -
and Frances Theus of Admin- get, Friday 21 October! More wearing the coat and ,'estan'way on September 5. 1949. It r Navy Wives Club
," was announced that VPML)56( )
. .at oThe cost will be $1.00 about this later
had been awarded the Noel Davis
Trophy for Medium Bomber Squadrons. Holds Bingo GamesCash

This is the direct result of I
. cooperation and teamwork of alii prizes, including two jackpots .
Drill are in store for attendantsat
hands in the squadron. attendance :
is half the battle. Let's the Bingo sessions being held

start working now for our rextyear's every Thursday evening by the
trophy. Navy Wives Club at their club

: rooms on Ellison St. in Dewey
VMF144Marine Air Reservesof
the Jacksonville Squadron are I
really getting down to business Part of the proceeds from these

these days. Since the squadrons' : Thursday! night bingo gamer',
Rifle and Pistol team walked away I which get under way at 2000, go
with the championship trophy the to the Station Nursery an activl

boys cannot stand by and see the It) sponsored by the Navy Wives"

trophy for the squadron with the I Club.A .
best all around record in the Ma- variety of special games are
i rine Air Reserve be awarded to also on tap. All hands are eligible
someone else and invited to attend.
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"THE GREAT DAN PATCH", featuring Dennis O'Keefe and
locker", this time the awards taken by the NAS skeet team during the past season Captain Alvin MONDAY
k I. AJalstrom, left, accepts the trophies and Plaiiies front team captain, Com The skeetmen copped the Florida Hate shoot at Tampa, Fla., the famed Lordship meet in Connec Jennifer Jones.
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Four JAX AIR NEWS 29 September 1949

I NASGridders- Subdue_. Corpus Comets 6-0 I

,, "

.: :>:':"""'J'IM

For Initial Contest VictoryCapitalizing

: on an intercepted pass which carried deep

'. K a. into enemy territory, Jax-Navy's grid eleven crossed pay

dirt in the third quarter to pin a 6-0 defeat on the Corpus

Christi Comets in a battle marked with terrific defensive

maneuvers at the Texans' home grounds ]last Saturday. night.
z I Showing: improved form since -, m
their pre-game tune-up with Stetson cept a Corpus pass on the Comets'
the locals' entered the fray as 25-yard marker and ran the ball
underdogs but once the "smokeof 'hack down to the ten. Klnnear
battle had cleared away the went through the middle moving it
locals showed a marked superiority to within two yards of the end
O< -0+ # In most departments of the frayto zone and In two: more attempts
{ a ao+ v 0 successfully: launch their" 1949 Hutchinson went over on a qunrterhack '.
"'ampaignStubbornly. sneak for the only TD oC
pushing each other the contest The attempted conversion -
over the field ,Jax-Navy was quick was fumbled The third
(to tike advantage: of a pass inter quarter ended with Corpus' in
'epted in the third quarter by possession' of the oval on / 1r' -
tailback Bill Hulsey who grabbedthe own 23;'
... ,.. ,.
-, .-- W"7' ... : < oval on the Corpus 2*> and
AT Tilt R":. C.uidmf the destinies of the 1449 lax Naxy football squad is this board of brought it to the ten After Yardstick
I strategy, made up of head coach Donald L. Jacka, right, Walter Shinn, line roach, left, and Ken pushing to the two yaid stripe. J.->.vy II (iiritiii' .. (',>!!>..i 0
Griffin, backfield coach, center, quarterback Bama Hutchison ID( Hint (1 1"unx 4
111 Yards Kulncd rushing 73
bulled his way over for the only HI) Yards gained psasing 1\:
wore of the ball game: 11 Passes allemplcrl n)
Tigers Begin 1949 Action Ring Candidates light lefeii..e B'to"! Yardage Pauses implelel by punting 14)Penvak 4

I Winning the toss, Harry Epperson 75 Yards Iwnllll/t'rt Jt,)
team captain for Jax-Navy.
Against College OpponentCoach Prep For Coming elected to receive and fullback I took a Corpus punt nnJaxNavy's
live early In the last
Gus Kinnear took the kirk on the
Pete McClausland will i period and ran it bark to the
20 and returned it to the 41 before -
send his hard working,: Tiger grid Starling in the backfield will Boxing CampaignA he was downed Balked by I twenty Hutchinson then passed tr>
action the be ace signal-caller Less Mc'Dan- ,
squad into for tirst locals Moore for 11 yards and a first
penalties, I the were forced to
time this season when the classy leIs with John Small and Richard large host of boxing talent. down bailing to make anolh
and took
punt Corpus over thE'hall
eleven its 1949 Holston in the halfback slots including three leather. aerial
opens campaign pushers Jacksonville. however. threw good ball was given: toPenyak
against Albany State College at HUlls Welch. : will round out the who fought forJaxNavy last 81'A- up a solid defense and the: Cornets who pulled off his second -
Albany Georgia this Saturday lugger quartet by handling the loon and a former All Navy champ to long run of the game and
managed pick only nine
evening fullback chores at the starting answered Chief Jerry' Hightowt r's yards Tailback] HuNey up took a picked up ::iO yards around lest

The tilt this week-end will be whistle call for rmttmen last week The punt on the JO And swivel.hipped end, Taking the spheroid I on their
Irwin Castille and Ed Dawson candilates' art now '0. the Comets aiivan' .
the first of six games already working out his way to Jax's :U: yard marker own e I to
scheduled for the Tiger aggregation will be flankers in the line with daily m preparation for their Initial The locals: worked their way clown the 42 via the" aerial route Ifr ''i
the second being played Jav Roval and Bill Render in the match of the season: against an the field] to the Corpus 20. but first down their second in ih,'
here on Mason Field October 9th tackle spots Jerry Parker and Air Force team at Maxwell Jo'it'ld 1 1, lout the ball on downs The quarter game Two passes were short of
with a visiting NAS Pensacola Henrv Potter will hold down the Alabama on October l<)th, ended with the Comets in the mark and the pigskin was

S-quad guard posts with Ray Courtney Lightweight Can Quillon featherweight possession of the ball on their punted deep into Jax- a\'y t+'rri-
Coach MiClausland. who vol- in the snapper back hole Eddie: MArtin and 200 own 21.Farly. tory on the five yard line where
linteered to coach the gnddeis Four more outstanding backs pound heavy John Me Key are the : in the second period, John Schara returned it up to the !J.'i'

this season is a former footballer I- who are slated to see action are three returning sluggers while Pemak, speedy wingback: took Corpus connected with a 25yardtoss !
having played end and half- halfbacks John Woodard and Jose Olivovalentm is the lightning- off on a 30-yard jaunt around the and then ran the ball It the
back for Washburn University at Larry Little; quarterback: Hill fisted lad who captured the .\II- left end for a first down After ten threatening to score for the
Topeka, Kansas in 1938 and 39 Thompson; and fullback Dick Navy bantamweight title in 19lb several mole plays which failed to first time in the eontesi B.tIl".1
Managing the team will be Chief Patterson. Quillon who tips the scales at gRill ground Hutchinson whipped on the ten Corpus attempt a
Mokie Mott. who coached the lltrr (rid dale HJ: closed last seasons, campaign; a pass to Penvak. which was completed piss but Hulsev was on the riv,._
Tiger baseball nine during the O Oil< t. 4-1--Peniai Alhunv'nlli Slate e.UnU; allege, line Away in top style by defeating; Alex but it was short of another yard market waiting and mt,'reepted '-
summer; months O.'i. 13--! Florida .N 01 ma I College, Borrego, who represented the Jax first down, and Corpus took over it to break up th. drive
turnedout away Police and hire Department in the oval Once more Jax-Navv 's In one last el fort, the Cornets
Thirty-five aspirants Oct .J2-Aristocrat Club In Ja<'k- the Const Guard and
to battle for berths on the convllleN Benefit match powerful forward wall held opened H passing barrage! completing -
team The starting eleven includes )', -PP"lu'ola, away last July' at the Jacksonville \reni in four plays the Comets picked a 25-vard: heave second4 rn--
some spirited runners and ;'IIn" :J() Dunbai high School at Martin and Me Ivy also fought in up only four yards: Corpus took tore the game ended

talented passers in the backfield t;i'cn,>IItunics c meM ere awaiting rmriimaII the benefit affair but both were the ball once more as Jax failed Penyak, tipping the scales :at
with the line. although small ,>n, handed raw decisions when the to gain ground, and registeredtheir 160 pounds carried the bill! only
composed of some tough expu i --- \- judges failed to see eye to eyewith onlv first down of the half five times, but accounted for a
enced huskies The combo will)) Band the spectators Jose, often with the help of a 5-\'al'd penalty total of 101 vaids Hulse-y MS*
run fiom the "T" formation Helps Dedicate called Mike bv his friends in The two dubs threw up stubborn second! with 7*>.
Squadron.'- 3:! where he I is attached defense barriers to halt any serious in the line
Every man play
Waycross StadiumNaval !. weighed in at 120 poundsbut advances throughout the second outstanding ball on both nt't'enaeand
Golf Clinic Held expects to lone enough poundage .I period \\tth only time for defense as the Corpus aggregation -
Air Station Jacksonvillewas over the next few weeks) to one play remaining" before halftime halted
admirably represented: bv.the do battle in the bantam ranksonce Hutchinson passed to Moore was throughout..
Cecil Field
At Wilbur 2 0 unl
I Sweat big :> p'>
I station band and WAVE Ag- again. I for 15 yards to the Jax 30 tackle sulteied the only sen'HH
ties Burns RMS, at the Several other likely contendersfor The second half sported more
injury a sprained ankle, while
Course CeremonyA tion ceremonies of the 'dl'dlca-I berths on the Jax-Navy ring action as Jai ksonville again recehed ,
several other stalwarts are nursing -
ball field at Waycross squad this season are Aaron Crandall and with GUll Kinnear lugging -
A clinic conducted bv Jack Friday night. I a hard-hitting welter; Bo the pigskin, the locals pushed bruises
Harvey and Al Umber, prolession- The station band joined in the Hudgms a 123 pound )lightweight their way to Corpus 45 where the i --- ---
ala from the \AS course and San ceiernonial processions before ; Ray Anglin and Ed Oenest; Comets took over by recoveringa i In 110 regulation three niiriut
Jose Country Club) respectively and during half time of the foot- a pair of agile bantamweights: fumble However, the Texas I rounds, April 6. 1893, in New Orleans -
was the feature of the dedication ball game between Waycrossand And Angelo ?mgaro. a swift and based eleven failed to gain enough: between Andy Bowen and
leeently of the refurnished golf Savannah high. Radioman powerful 129 pounder who is. expected yardage for a first down and Jack Burke. referee called it 'n,)
course at NAAS Cecil Held Burns attached to radio central to be swinging; in the punted to Jax Navv's fifteen where contest," wh1thl' fighters refused
Harvey and Gruber demonstrated a unit of the Communications featherweight division Hulsey grabbed the ball and carried to continue Time 7 hours 19
the proper and impioper department, was one of Assisting Coach Hightower in it up to the 20 Hulsev then minutes
methods of golfing, coveting all four !service women representingtheir sending the squared-circle aspirants picked up 15 more for a first
of the points of the game from respective branches of service through their paces are John down then after a five yard loss
beginning to end. Following the ;Marx of the Physical: Training Hutchinson went through for<< ten Harry Sharp knocked out Fin
clinic' Al Gruber teamed with department and Hal Ewing one A pass failed. and Hulsev minted Crosby in the 77th round, February .
Comjr T W Hillis, executive- last: ( Lansing Mich (\HS-- of last seasons tutors. All berthsare the ball down to the Comets fifteen 2, 1892 at Nameokl, 111
ficer of Cecil Field to deadlock The Michigan State-Notie Dame still open and interested per ( Longest fight :Marquis tI.
Jack Harvey and Comdr. Bruce S, football game. a new rivalry between sonnel are asked: to phone High :Strike 1 Pay Dirt Queensburv rules ever i.> end in
Weber, commanding officer of Car- the schools, became the tower at extension 585 Hulsev then stepped In to inter knockoutS I ...
rier Air Group 17 first 1949 football sell-out in the
The nine i -hole course at Cecil country when the ducats were
Field is laid out for the approaches put on sale June 1.
to the runways of the tiell The i
other aide borders on the pine Oslo, Norway, (\HS-James) S ,. < -
grove out of which Cecil Hill I-uchs Yale track star, set a new 0
was originally carved world's record here for the 16
All hands are invite, to make pound shot as he put it 58'
use" of the course, Green fee is 2'i 4 27' 04" to help the U S track
cents pen' tour, or $1.50 per month team win the "Little Olympics," t

; tw\ : : :

-- Radio Grid Log 4 :

Anny vs. Michigan at Ann Arbor, Mich. i u> the big/ game .
of the week as far as collegiate football is concerned This t' iy
top attraction plus other frays including Georgia Tech Vs :
Tulane, will be aired by Jacksonville radio stations, Saturday
Also.on tap are broadcasts of high school and professional contests .Ms tp ps

WPDQBC( ) (fiOO)-G.'n cgta Tech Vs Tulane at New
Orleans, La. Time 3 P M, Also recreation of three top Southeastern : .
games following Tech-Tulane encounter
WJHP (MILS I ) ((1120)-Aimv vs: Michigan at Ann Arbor,
Mich lime 1.4.: 1 P, M. I a '
WMBH (CBS) ((14' 0)-FIiidj)) vs Tulsa at Tulsa, Okla >A4'x4
Time 2:1:1); ..
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lIi-b School, ,SK. PLAY PAIUICII'\NTS-Oul of this group of linksrnen shown here prior to teem;
Ldniin vs. Plant High at Tampa, Fla Over WPDQ, Saturday off for the annual Junior-Senior Golf championship| ; | tourney held at the local course recently f
October 1, at 7:5'i: P MProfeoinnai came the championship duo of Kill Haas and Hill roulk Front row, left to right, are Ketsie fc oiith.erland .
<. William Ski, Hobby ilryson, Daryle rises Han O'linen, trills lIu Roger Thornton, Rich,
and decree Smith Harry HHIenstein, Sally Soutlierlanel, Johnny roster and Richard
: Omeiicli, ,
: Bears Chic' ,
Chicago vs CdI'd Jig in Chic HI Over .
441 )
Thornton Hack row, Joe Souther),ind, John Hernard, Guido KuscetU. William North, MicktySrytis
wpuq Sunday October 2Purr,. :
6 .JN) P M
Loretta Jacks, Kill l-i ulk, Hill llecMrom, Ca|>t. I.ouU Gm;nch, Glen Barnes, Jack Whit
more. Susie Soulhtrl.nd sod fd: FosterPaqe ,

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