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. 1949 Community Chest Drive Reaches $5,100 Mark

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.' VOL. !-.No. 30 27 October 1949

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*i i ',* ,t;>: 4,Headquarters- of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and Commander Naval: Air Bases Sixth Naval l District

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t. Huge Response

To Chest Drive

N+ r I a t'- ? Present Count Of $5100

.t wEiwr' *\i} > Exceeds All ExpectationsAlthough

the Naval Air Station Community Chest fund

ry drive }has about one week to go, the last count shows that

approximately $:),100 has been contributed in cash and

pledges by station personnel in an all-out effort to make this

year's drive the most successful yet.
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civilian undertaking --
Primarily a -
the drive already shows signsof The 21 Red Feather services. benefiting -
being one of the most success from the drive are all
ful concerted efforts of any one character building organizations
group or organization in the en- which aid in the prevention of
tire Duval County campaign. The crime, poverty and disease. A.
already exceeds quota of $523,905 has been set
presentyear's total contributionsome for the Duval County drive.Hollywood .
two and one-half times. -x-
Civilian and naval personnelwho
have not yet contributed and Stars
I wish to do so, can voluntarilyturn
"VEEP" COMES TO JAX-In Jacksonville to deliver the keynote address opening the Community in their donations to the respective
Chest Drive last Thursday at the George Washington hotel., VIce-President Alben W. division or department Take Brief LeaveTo
I Berkley, takes time to confer: briefly with Rear Adm. John II. Cassady, left, Commander Fleet Air representatives.The .
Jacksonville, and Capt. AlvIn I. Malstrom, right, NAS Commanding Officer, who were honored station drive under chair-
guests at the dinner."Kongo". man Arnold O. Anderson, began Visit NARTU
last Friday when the 11 depart-

mental representatives began Penny Edwards and Helmut
Rehearsals their drive with the' aid of
Poster Contest other selected aides in Dantine the Hollywood star: who
headlined the first big vaudeville
Now UnderwayEntries soliciting every civilian employee review to hit Jacksonville for the
on the station. past 23 years, showed what troop.

Get Into Full Operation are still being accepted Many PledgesNo ers they were by rushing out t,.
in the "Poster Contest" quota had been set for the NAS in between shows to b.
being held in conjunction with station drive held for civiliansand 'guests of the "Weekend War
Amid a Hollywood-like atmosphere which has all the props the three-act stage play "Kon- any servicemen who wish to riors" of NARTU last Friday.
and the hustle and bustle that goes with it, members of the cast of go" contribute, but already the present Penny Edwards, lovely young
the three.act stage presentation "Kongo" are being put through : Open to Naval personnel, total exceeds all expectations.The singing and dancing star, and
their rehearsals with zest and enthusiasm, with every prospect dependents and civilian Navy over-all total is expected to Dantine, billed as the star of tomorrow .
pointing to a sell-out,for all five_performances. of the Broadway hit. employees in the Jacksonvillearea rise by the time the final tabula- left the Palace Theatre
-- ---- tions are reported between shows at the
The stage show, to be presentedat the contest gives entrantsa request ofa
NAS for a five-day run begin rehearsal, it was evident that chance to display their ar- I Organized not on an entirelycash friend, Lcdr. Frederic C. Wolff
ning Nov. 17 is being sponsoredby much talent has been uncovered tistic talents and aid in the : basis, many civilians have commanding officer of NARTU's
the Welfare Committee of NAS I publicity of the show plus found it convenient to contributethru fighter squadron 52L. The two
civilian enlisted and officer
with proceeds going to the Wel- among j reaping several prizes for their the pledge system wherebyth enjoyed themselves no end as
fare fund personnel of the base. Set I efforts. 'y can pay their pledges overa thev were conducted on a tour of
Talent GaloreAs tings, costumes, tickets and publicity Descriptive material and period of time during the calendar NARTU activities
early as the first week of ,I committee plans are in the I pertinent data for those who year of 1930. Civilian employees Although attired in a neat
final desire to create their poster still have a chance to spoils suit, Miss Edwards knew
stages may be obtained from "Kon avail themselves of this opportu- exactly what to do, and obliging.
Plans For Annual Capt. Frank B. Ward is cast in go" headquarters in Building I nity before the drive closes Nov. Iv too. when posing for pictures. a
the leading role of "dead leg" 135 or by phoning extension 3. The two Hollywood stars wel-
Flint. Kregg, played by Comdr. Quite pleased with the outcome corned the chance to relax from
Christmas Party Dave Henderson is portrayed 562.Style of posters and ideas of of the current drive chairman their arduous stage appeaiance.I .
I as presentation will be strictly up Arnold O. Anderson has already I I I Most of Penny Edwards' filmappearances
having the same beastly and tenacious to the "artist"' entrant. But expressed appreciation to all em- have been in westerns -
disposition that "dead leg" posters must be made on il- ployees who have cooperated in but she is a talented young
Being ArrangedPlans I Flint possesses, but withoutF'lint's lustration or poster board, making this year's drive a huge actress with a bright future. She
courage. Comdr. L H. ; measuring either 20x30 or 22x- i success. has played the feminine lead in
have been drafted and Rodenbarger plays Zoombie, a I 30 inches. Posters must be By having one campaign Instead "Two Guys From Texas" and her
work already begun on the 1949 voodoo priest, while Lt. (jg) D. I. sent to Kongo headquarters of 21 for the various agen- latest is 'Tuscon'. Helmut Dan.
Naval Air Station Christmas par M. Roach has the role of Fuzzy, building 135, prior to 1500 cies, contributors give throughthe tine already a well established
ties to be held for Navy juniors the jungle runner. Nov. 3. Chest for the 21 services of actor is being groomed as one of
along with about 350 underprivileged Mrs. W. }', Bringle now heads the agencies for a whole year Hollywood's future stars
children from nine orphanages the ticket sales committee which
has been working diligently since '
I and homes in the Jacksonville
the plans laid. Mrs. R. N ., r; r?g\ ,,i
area who will: be special guests. were >: .v\, '* '\t 5b e KX \k a\\y v i \,b \ Jr', aR(+'t A \1';
r.iller is assistant chairman of yr ?.0. id.:2 + :
This year's patty for the Navy I x .i; :.\
the ticket ,
I committee and assist tt, \a\S: '+ rah ?
the Air station Cecil
juniors from
ing in the selling of ducats at \+
Field Naval Hospital, Fleet) Air downtown booths are MesdamesR. I \

Jacksonville and NARTU and H. Burns, L. V. Swanson, R. Jfr
their underprivileged guests, will C Coates, E, E. Ludeman, L. G.
be held Dec. 23 from 1300-16.10: at Peters, Willis Parker, A. B. Shepherd
the Mainside Theatre and MainIstatlon J. P. Adams J. R. Sweeney,
\ mess hall. L. A Tomkins. D. I. Thompson,
; party for children of colored E. H. Loftin, R. P. Kline, Hawley
and for underprivilegedcolored Russell, A. B. Conner, D. C. Kidd
children will be held simultaneously W. H. O'Neil, F. C. Auman, Paul ,
at the "804" club. Lovelace, L. E. Burke W. R.
General chairman for the affair Pittman, J. D. Shea, and C. L.
la Capt. Charles A, Dittniar, se Lair, Jr.Heading. e ,

'\.'.I.- 'ntor,'atatlon chaplain, who will be the committee/ to
assisted by various committeemen peak before women's clubs in''
; 4 who., were named at the initial Jacksonville is Mrs. J, L. Holland
meeting of the general committee .
't'.1or Oct,,, 12. Mrs. A. I. Malstrom -xHolder -
4' has been named chairman of the
,. gift'wrapping, purchasing and dial -
tributlon committee, assisted by Of No. 107

Lt Noma P. Brice, Lt. Settle West
and Chief Carl L. Morris Lcdr., "King For A Day" ,
Guy N. Stroud will be In chargeof t't
the refreshment committee. In
The winner ,>( the USO-Jun- :,
charge of other committees will be S '
for Chamber of Commerce
Lt. Oscar F. Nicholson, .
sponsored "Kim For A Day"contest I
; Chaplain Charles A, Ditt-
holds stub
I ;, a bearing
mar, program; Lcdr. Donald Jao
the number 107, it has beenI
ka, decorations; Chief Alfred G.
tjaas, special project of CPO Club I revealed by contest M: k..,
The holding ... .
person -----'---- "-
-'.t' \\an< Chief C. O. Dozier, "804" Cluh.I I I ning ticket is asked OfrlCials'l HOLLYWOOD STARS VISIT-nle time vaudeville came back to Jacksonville after 25 year
Invitations to the annual affair to the servicemen's ( and with it come a visit of two of Hollywood's bright stars who dropped by for a visit with "Week
will be extended to children of I above the Beach Bus stationin end Warriors"' of NARTU, Jacksonville Helmut Dantine, in cockpit of plane, and pretty Penny
Navy personnel up to and including Jax, before 19i<) today Edwards: perched on the cowling;, stars of the show, enjoyed their tour here immensely. On the!
10( years of age and .t.> the (Thursday), left In l.t. Frederick C. Wolff, commanding officer of VT-SII! and on the right is. Comdr. Will,
350 underprivileged children I 1.0- Schant, Florida State aviation supervisor currently on active duty at NARTU.

gage Two JAX AIR NEWS 27 October 1949
"We'd Do It All Over"

I Benefit Game Week-grid

Two Station Men Retire '

After Long Navy TenureTwo 'Slated Nov. 12 1t tllint'f 7 l/ f Notes from

Naval Air Station officers I

with a total of 50 years service 'At Gator BowlPlans
l>id farewell this week to the nrnacavCVI.G52VF _

:Navy they have served so long.

Leaving the service after long have been formulated for !I 52LJ.VA; ML The success even though it did get

tenures are Lt. Willie Chestnut, the second annual charity foot- Air Group completed its two I somewhat "shrimpy" for Ens.

trmanent> Officer-of-the-Day for ball game to be played Nov. 12 at | weeks arrival cruise between I Dave Lewis. Our squadron is

the past two years, who has com- the Gator Bowl with the Jax- Sept. 3.16 and all hands report now equipped with. -F4U'4'Sw I II

jilcted 30 years in the Navy, and Navy gridders opposing the Lit ., a very successful cruise Final Though; this plane is not the'latent I

Lt. John E. Brice. assistant tle Creek Amphibs of Virginia. reports indicate that much of the I in Naval Aviation, it M'ar) pleasant?.

communications officer, who departs Sponsored by the American year's work was accomplished change from FG's and i6Fs,3A; : v.
after :20! years and 8 months Legion Posts of Duval County. I II i and that the Air Group as a I p I Lt. (jg) Christenson;,'a. ..dCr(eted v' ri ,1-

H'rv ice. L'\ 1' I the game has been selected as'' whole is well on its way towardsa F6F: pilot, would say "the Corsair ,
A familiar figure around the I : this year's charity tilt, proceeds iI | very good record for the fiscal !I 4 is tops." iit f

station for the past two years. il&l \/ r, : I from which go toward the $100- year.C I it, (jg) KennethHaiF/; Ho n'ns'1 '
Lt. Chestnut is Jacksonville born 000 pledge made to .the YMCA \'LG had' 12 officers and 13 I .
Lt. Jean Paul
proud (jg)
and bred. He entered the Navyin I \0 building fund. enlisted men aboard for the papa.

Sept. 1919, getting his first ,".... ,1W t; .., Plans for the benefit fray were I (cruise. The staff pilots ((3) averaged son VA is now Glad organized to have memberof you
assignment at Pensacola and : outlined in a meeting held last I 41 hours of flight time
since then has visited many ports Thuursday afternoon at the each and 26 hours of ground aboard Mr. Paulson. Lt. (jg) Bill

and numerous stations.In Windsor hotel with American : school. The flight syllabus was I' Schicklen recently joined the
Chain his newly
Gang, acquiredwife
Earhart Hunt .r" : J Legion club officials >and Naval adhered to and the proficiency of i holds the other end of the
:;::, _
; : Air Station representatives in at
Until he was made a lieutenantin :, Cl'la1n
June 1945, Lt. Chestnut had Lt John E. Brice tendance. D.. Byron King is serving -enhanced.
served aboard the Lexington, and as the chairman' of the game I I' I VA complement of pilots has

the USS Saratoga, among other committee, assisted by a host of 'ground officers and 46 men been increased to 20. Seems like

Khips. While aboard the Lexing- committeemen.. aboard for the cruis The pilots enlisted men in VA are all going

ton, in 1932 the ship was suddenly I i Last year's benefit game saw averaged 48.5 hours of flight up for rates. Everyone is gettingmore .

ordered on an emergency trip to the local Navy: crew defeat Fort I time and 29.5 hours of ground education '

the South Pacific, where the Benning, 13.0, with 10,000 fans on school. VA squadron had 12 pilots -x-

Navy undertook its search for the hand for the occasion. This year's 4 ground officers and 61 enlisted

lost woman aviator Amelia Ear- two opponents, Jax Navy and men aboard. Its pilots ClassifiedBulletin
hart who presumably went down Little Creek are about evenly I I averaged 48.5 hours of flight

lit sea. The searching cruise took I matched with the Little Creek i time and 32 hours of ground

in 200,000 square miles in and 'probably ruling a very slight I school during the cruise.
wound the Solomon islands in favorite! by game time The Air Group held a party

mx weeks but the search was in | for all hands, Thursday Sept. 15
The invading Amphibs who 1 CALL EXT.: 8230 FOR AIS
vain as Miss Earhart has never 1 on the river near the Anchorage.If .
come here for the Nov. 12 fray did not attend then
teen found, nor her fate definitely you you FOR AI.K
draw their talent from the
will not understand why everyone -
established.In Sofa bed Mrs l{, B. Ludwlf.uen. 1I .
Navy and Marine Corps which I Cheup,
forward to I
present is looking
Officer-of 1'ho.
1933 the retiring
the'! represent the amphibious forces our next arrival cruise. Needless >t.Jl or exchange 1 Winchester irpeat
the-Day, was re-assigned to : i located' at the base.
Virginia to say the party was a success and !Ing shot gun. 12 gauge. Model 12I
later transferringtack
USS Ranger, : .' I I Tickets for the at even the "new" chief, who wentin :I Matted till* bairel. Chambered let
to the Lexington on which i ihe I game priced | 3' shell), Pho. 8-34,10.
Lt. Willie Chestnut $1.00 for admission and the river enjoyed himself.
served until it was sunk in
Bedroom suit 3215 the Battle of the Coral Sea in -- -- $1.50 for reserved seats, will be We are all looking forward to 1! lime after 4:45.: : Ottaia.. ,

1947. After participating in the ferred to Pensacola' in 1935, Lt. on sale soon.Everyone. I our next pay check since the i increase '34 Fold 2 door sedan. SCO cash Pho.

battle of Pearl Harbor, Lt. Chest Brice has been attached to communications -x- in pay bill was passed by ,, 96978.hltaker..
nut was ordered to join the An- and aviation ever -------- Congress and should be reflectedin Oil Rfnue' Circulating wood and coal
of Australia since. Continuing in this specialized In Dither a small way in our next quart"erly heater. Heats 6 room, S2S.: Good con-
zite forces off the coast I ctltlon. Pho. 2-9773 lUitman. 4629
then to the Fiji Islands field, he went in 1938 to Except Kitty Who check. I I 1 MenlmHC A\e.

where he instructed to the Army Bombing Squadron Six, attachedto I The rumors about a "wing" Thor Glad lion.. $iO, 1185 Cumbeilundi

in handling of torpedoes. After the USS Enterprise then being : ,Has The Kittens i I setup for the reserve program at''i: Pho. 8-H893.: :!
1 baby stroller, 1 baby auto
n short assignment back in the placed in commission.. The departing I Medical Department personnelat I this base are not just rumors. We i I I fir seat. Smith.; Mil (E'n'Ch\l) \ .
states Lt. Chestnut received orders assistant communicationsofficer : don't know when but we believe Set of golf club. 8 lions \\ I Inert put
for NAS, Jacksonville in participated in the Solo Field Dispensary were ,I soon we will be a part of Wing I I ter, :Sanimv Snead" wood.* & cover,
confronted with an also Ext. ttJr
10000. I.
bag Finley
Islands and emergency '
mons Bouganville 74 instead of Air
an Group-The
Portable sewing Machine cabinet 1147
that had them stumped for a :'
campaigns.Both details have not all been workedout .
Cumberland Rd. Chief Munay.Ribv
In Solomons while
CampaignLt. but let nature take
Lt. Chestnut and Lt. as yet but some of the plans Carriage, $S 00 Eire, SU>se $..10wcod )
John Brice to his its course and the problem was and coal II,
prior ar- i heater. P. Uellen.
Brice "would do it all over again"if include dividing cur present' VF I Isquadton
solved. I I 52W 103id \\esconnett.. 2nd huut
rival at NAS, Jax in April 1949 I I
time could be into two
turned back. I equal components I on Il'rt.Modl''n .
fc* Assistant communications officer Lt. Chestnut, who is quoted assaying I The emergency arose at the to form a neucleus of the kitchen cabinet 2 rock chatty,
attended Aviation Electronics that he has loved NAAS Cecil Field Dispensary two new VF squadrons which :2326: Park, Pho. 7-8IS2. 5. Shepanl.

School at Memphis, Tenn.Previous day of his duty as Officer-of-the every :, where "Kitty' the tabby mouser will include a complement of 24 Coleman! I\'wood. SI. :: J'8c :1 Zlmmeinrwn.oliculnllni: ;

to that, the retiring local Day, exclaims that "Of all my of the Cecil Field commissarywas pilots, four ground officers and I I heater Cent. $89,95 VIII sell tor

officer was attached to Air duties during my Navy career, I "expecting". Not normally 76 enlisted men each. More about S.tS.00. 223 Dellwood Are. .
Group Five, in San Diego, Calif. providing obstetrical the the at later date. GllUeit Trains No. 312. 3/18 Cause
have enjoyed my duty here at' services! wing a i 4H Model Reasonable Rlrhbuix Ext:
s*! Group Electronics Jax best of all. I am glad I : Dispensary officials were In a | VF 52L-The new fiscal year'for 772 and 5149.
Attaining his boot training at started' early and thus completed dither, but "Kitty" herself solved our with Good S piece Dinette Set $15. 3411A I
squadron began
Hampton Roads, Va., Lt. Brice a ( ) Ell).on, Caakldy. I
the problem by giving birth to
I wish ,
served the first five of early. my successor the bang. All hands made an out \Vilrxer type Nor,. washing maihlnp.
his enlistment aboard the years battleships same cooperation, I have had sextuplets in the stretcher of Dispensary standing record during the an- !' 4924 Tlmaquana. Drakes I'ho. E xu4W.

since I took over my position ; field ambulance. nual 14 day cruise. There was no'damage I
Texas and Virginia. Trans- 41 Studebaker Cum Original' paint,
- -- .- .-- here. I II Kitty and her numerous off to aircraft or injuries to : SriciUIre $450. 1'ulumbo: Kxt. 519 orPHo. i

I As to the future of the two retiring springs, her record crop of kit personnel. The cruise ended with 9-6071. ;.
BREEZES"Look officers Lt. Brice an invigorating talk Rear New, unused Remington NclielrMlioitable
"will tens since her appearance at Cecil I ( by typewriter' wllli CrrlI'M.
I I probably go to school", while Field some months ago, earn Adm. John H. Casfcady, ComFair ). for S7.V Cdr Baileun. case Ext.; 2Cofi. ;)0,

here," said the irritated Chestnut "will stay in Lt.1 their rations by keeping the commissary Jax, GUI rlrcuJlltlngh..81t'r In excellent coiv

chess wizard, "you've been ville and learn to be a civilian. free of rats and mice. i The squadron party was a huge'!'i .14l dltlon.: ttaiy Hi Sty 00. Pho. 8-4773 Chester. 'i.'

the watching past three over shoulder Why don't for _..-..::_ m c ,- t-, _-.._-....''-'''' 'J M.O: "'... ..-.."___,_ ,,,...___ ..... .. ....u__ ..uu I Child's:5824 San bicycle.Juan.Laige. Palmer, 8-3710.: 1

;you "try playing a match yourself I Hiving Other room household suit. Krome articles bieakfaM. John

? son 5 hp motor, 1181 Cumberland Rd.
"Aw drawled the kibitzer, "I Pho, 2-5715. Rent.
.in't the 18 ft. apeed boat with 1933! Fold ..n>
got patience.
sine, 1400. O. N. Smith Ell Util.
I 4I)08hIP A) Dewey: Paik.I
Little Georgie received a new Easy Spin Di>'er 1/2: year-old. Lt. FOM.Ext .
drum for Christmas and 8164 or Pho. 8-6250,
shortly ",' { ,
H Z :'r $ rl Fye. Drill. High-speed. 1 quarter Inch. Else
thereafter, when father came < I Including Bits and carrying .-a.t'. .
from work one evening, mother New, K\enson. 1.113: IBI) Randolph.
raid: "I don't think that man upstairs 12' pll-wood bout. B. Hellly, EII(. :233,
I Bllg. 800. Apt. G.. NAS.
likes to hear Georgie playon 29 foot J941 Liberty' House Tmller
c> his drum, but he's certainly with complete bath. $700 under ll"tin 1, '
Subtle about it." I k'.. Lot 1:0.I/ Trouts Trailer }''k.
a T1, e s, 41.t In Roone\elt Ulvd
Father: "Why? Crib & Mattress. $12. Girls hat scat
Mother: "Well, this afternoon .t,,. <. :4 t legK Ingo. sUe 1M.If.. Cochrane, 122B : : "'
he gave Georgie a knife and asked Hunrock, NAS. I

him if he knew what was in- FOIL RENT I
fide the drum." r4 1 sleeping' room, with without board,
I I Couple with 1 or 2 thlldien.. Mrs
6 4 tyif 92 j t ;F sn e? Young. Pho. 8-4806. A09 Mel be.,
Judge: "You've been coming tome t t\ Large room In pI t hoine. 4)60: St.
in this court for the past twenty ': ;z Johns A\e. Mrs 'lurknelt. Ph. 2-f2ia
C Two loom efficiency apt. 4214 St Johns
years. i i ::4 .b. ; Aver Pho. :2-6455. Mis. VMnler.
Culprit: "Can. I help it if )'OUtIn't Nice room. rho. 2-25SIO: tilts. W. H. 4
/ get promoted ?" I Clapp 3570: Valencia RJ,
3 room' furn apt, Kluhert and Porch
Pho. :2-102. :Mis. George y Ciiahnm.;
Bedroom' couple or single!: pet IICI' M
Jax Air Hews I C4'e for single Kitchen, pilxllettes. Pnu,
2-0367 Mrs Konten ,
Editorial Office t5tt4r Nice I 3 loom apt :3819 Heruhett.S1i* 1
South Wing, lAwn Deck 3 room apt. SV) per mo. Pho.J' 3-3103,
K. Wainwright 323QH i.
Bid*. 930 -....... -.. ..-.,.."'.............. -......-. ._ '" :tee elli i St: -
Telephone Extension-81M t'" Would like to share home with'rouyTav.
{I Floc. kitchen Pho. 2-38i 4'1'
Aodrtw II. fleecy, I I wheeler Mis.. Doiman '
JAX AIR NEWS U published CIVILIAN HOAKI OF DIUECTOIIS :2 Bleeping looms. Couple' 0" itngla
weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station Four new members of the nine-man Hoard Kitchen Ivlleties" optional. Room toe.
< Jacksonville, Florid, sad. pi Int. of Directors of the Employees Association! couple., Kitchen\ privileges 2x16 jCOJ.leg
ed commeiclally with non-apj/ropil Pho. 78J78.Muxier !+ Ts4ul
funds at no expense to the novcminent i imd for Civil: Service employees were officially bedroom and small room for
In compliance with SrcNav Circular I installed last week Pictured here are the Mid. Kitchen privileges Mortar
Letter 45-1i5 dated 12 Pec ember 1045. I new members along with several of the out Small Hill. turn Pho. ).24v5: Couple, Cox. preferred J-JO
Copies' are distributed fr.. c'( charge I IAtr joins; members. Left to right seated Ralph ,per mo. (Nov 11111 Pho. 24178. 254Coilnthlan
kt the Naval Air Station the Naval
Keaeivt Training Unit,,Naval, Aux1!! MO!>t'tY.-' newly elected president; Grace C. Ave Miller.
Large room In home. Gentleman,
lilary Air $tattnn, Cecil )'field and the Ilamrf, Harry C. Burn (commanding- Refeiences Mis.pot, Loulu Crocker
U. S. NavAl l Ho.pllal. eer's advisor) and Frank M. Ironmonger \' i'k 2 Pho. 7-5210:

t Standing left to right, Charles G. Hart, retiring :2 riHim apt $::1:1: per month. Mr. Nichols

The JAX Am NEWS If a mrrnbjr ftl/ president; Ruth C. Seavey. Leonard 4443 llerxhell. Pho. 2-08.12.
the Ship' Lditorlal: AasocUllon and I). Kubankx: JAmes I.. Fleming William D. UK;I.1'
the Armed Forces Preen Senlt. Reproduction Potts, Thomas P. Roberts and IHdun A.itntttn. Ixml-, ladles gold Cruet thin Mrl,twatch
of mateilol from lhe, In i>r about Chauel or Amtil-
Douicei must bear a etedlt tine Repuh.Jlcatlon : On the right outgoing president can legion Hall, Near San Juan A>r. '
of other matter, except 1>)1lIervlr. diaries (!. Hart right confers with his and Lake lime BI\ d.. it, :2.12.1'es .. .
publications la prohibited without lIuct't'htIOr Ralph T. Mo&ley, left. 't)'.
permission of Editor JAX AIR Riilfis'WantedNeUhboiriood! : of Five
NRTVS. INilnts., H7'IO: to JWiO. J'\ Jacobs UUI': '
M.EJlt, 358.I .

27 October .1949 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three YhttI

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":;. It

bb t. '' of +t t i midnight ride of Paul Revere .
4 had nothing on the ride that
\ Bill Braxton, Dick Dickerson
t Y t t y t Phil Pilkingtoon and Betty and
Erwin Lischke made back from

w LJ tI Montgomery night. With only one a recent few hours Sunday to

make the bell and with fog like

snow all over the road, the boys
S t. were driving all over the road
seeing black cows and men en
ks\ horseback not five feet'in frontof
} N Z y d ?t ti A'b A $ frw+ ( them. As morning approached
d5E <
.. our sleepy crowd encounteredmore

Ii k : and more fog. However,

, everyone made it safely to workon
Monday morning. Ask Betty
what Erwin did to cool Dick's romance -

5' T ;V9 > than! in the bus station in Do-


i, :'. The Lieut. Beckers are enjoying -
a trip they have been hoping
-,.: S for since March to New Orleans,
Mexico, and then on to his home

I in Dallas. . A trip to Chicagoto
visit relatives to see what
OFF TO THE BRINY-Oriented the past Yankeeland was all about was
fr few weeks on forthcoming "cold weather enjoyed by Martha Roberts.
cruise", personnel of the five squadrons of New Hobbies eventually find
I : Fleet Air Jax prepare for the maneuvers with their way among us-this time
: fervor Lcdr Willis Parker, executive officerof we find Emily Burnett and Anna
VF-42 demonstrates in photo No. 1 use of Thomas (Stock Control) diligently -
certain equipment to Ens. Frank Cheek of VF-
cocktail tables
making in
.5 .5 an
43, Lcdr Eugene Seitz of ".'.41 and Ens class offered Lee
evening at
-ir t. 1 __ Ia Charles Waring of VF-42. Pilots of VA-175 High School. We hope they finish
congregating for latest instructions In photo the tables soon. We wonder if
$ : No. 2, left to right are, seated, Ens. Gerald their next course might include
1 > Warnke, Lt. (jg) John N. White, Lt. Harold new recipes for cocktails. .. .
F Lang, Lt. (jgf'red) Lewis; standing, Ens.
a Robert !Martin Lcdr. Stanly Stancz>k, Ens. 1 Of interest to many of the new
David Vaughan, and Ens. Theodore Herman. friends of Chief J. J, Schmidt,
The issue of "loll( Johns", photo No. 3 pro- (Tech. Pub.) whose last tour of
h voked smiles from Leonard Golia, SN of VF- duty included Newfoundland, if
43; Robert Graziano, A I)AN, VF-42; Chief his marriage to a Newfoundland
Ambrose Taylor, VF-41 and Norman Mullen- lass who recently arrived in this
lore, AN, of VF-41. Usually a photogenic/: fellow country. Congratulation to Mr. &
Ens. Herbert Geweher of VA-174 is almost Mrs. Schmidt-we hope the bride
lost behind the "cold weather" suit in will enjoy life in the U. S., especially -
photo No. 4. while in Florida.A .

china and crystal shower
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!! More Local Drivers honoring Roberts, whose bride-elect marriage Margaret to Or-
Fleet Air Jax Force Off
I .
ville Booth will be solemnized on
Apprehended November 6th, was given in the
home of Mrs. Bessie Joiner. Last
I Thirteen auto drivers felt thepinch
On Chilblain Bell' Tour"Full of station police from the Friday night folks found enjoying most of Procurement's the-

I five period Oct. 18 to Oct.for 24, with good hospitality of Sarah Gardi
j apprehended spe.ed-
ner at her home in Lakeshore.The .
Speed Ahead' will be the watchword for some 650 I ing,reckless four for illegal parking, two occasion honored the depart
for driving and one each
men of five Fleet Air Jax squadrons who left yesterday for for faulty equipment and failingto ing employees from Procurement
Va. to board the U.S.S. which will Monday morning the office was for Lizzie Mae Long Lil Kil-
Norfolk, Midway join buzzing with talk about the won. stop a stop sign. lough and Bertha Polak. Chief
hosts of other vessels of the Atlantic Fleet in the "cold derful dance held last Friday Arrested for speeding were E. Sartor, who worked for Procurement -

weather cruise" maneuvers_ in the Northern Atlantic waters.included evening. We were delighted that Durham. A 0 C; H. Wohlert. has retired after 23 yearsof
in this display or Navy the Commanding Officer, Captain MUSN; E. C. Englehardt, AD3 active duty in the U. S. Navy.
power' will be carriers, destroyers, sonville, Fighter Squadron 41, 42, A. I. Malstrom and the Executive ''and Pfc. Walter C. Dederick. The Chief is making Jax his
cruisers, supply ships, submarines and 43 of Carrier Air Group 4 Officer, Commander P. F. Bedell Charged with illegal parkingwere home and lives on Blanding Blvd.
and other vessels, who will leave baaed at NAS and Attack Squadrons and their wives were able to at J. H. Powell, AMC; Ens. with his family.
174 and 175 of Carrier Air tend. The of K. H. Woodbury; R. H. Eadie,
their respective havens and converge word everyone pres- Supply is proud to announce
in the Atlantic for the trek Group 17 based at Cecil Field. ent was that it was the "best" ADI, and Lt. (jg) R. E. Lieurance. that total contributions for Com-
The local contingent left by train and to have in 'i Pfc. Walter C. Dederick and
Into the Northern waters. 'I yet we hope more munity Chest Drive totaled $857.-
yesterday for Norfolk, Va. where the future. Those of who John R. Nolan, AA, were given
The operation, known BS the you 46 in cash, and $81.50 more in
"cold weather cruise" will include I they will be briefed before their were not there certainly did miss tickets for reckless driving, Melvin pledges so far.THOUGHT .
five squadrons of Fleet Air Jack- actual embarking date, Oct. 51. the time of your lives. It was fun. L. Davis, RM was charged FOR THE WEER-
-- -- -. -- Frigid\ Atmo |>here- The Fire Department made a with faulty equipment, and Pfc. "You will find that the mere resolve
:Men of the local squadrons have good showing and we were gladto Walter C. Dederiek was picked up not to be useless and the
Change In Masses been undergoing briefing and have them along with the for failing to stop for a stop sign. honest desire to help other people -
training both in technical and material rest of the Department I -' will, in the quickest and de-
; For NAS Catholics aspects to be encountered lightest ways, improve yourself."
I Overheard J. H. Lee, Chief'Enlisted Men Learn
the Individual
during maneuvers. -Ruskin.
K Beginning Sunday Nov. 6 Mass preparation and training* for the i Clerk, saying this morning that I'I
will be said at the Catholic cold weather cruise has been given i while shopping in a downtown ,Film Operations --x-
store Saturday morning (how did
Chapel at the Naval Hospital at to all and
personnel, pilots ground Dance To Highlight
make it Lee?) that
0645 while the Mass schedule at you ever
crewmen alike, who will experience At Special SchoolEnlisted
Lady him thinkinghe
'St. Edwards remains unchanged
Chapel a sudden change from the
was a sales-clerk and asked Navy Day CelebrationSome
it has been, announced
nice warm Florida climate to the I personnel of specified
by Lt. Brian D. Mahedy, Catholic frigid atmosphere of the maneuver him Boy if what he had a any question interlining.! That ratings are eligible to attend the 100 couples are expected

Chaplain. area. Lee for he had Motion Picture Operator's Schoolat to be on hand to attend the Navy
stumped no answer
All hands are welcome to the i Purpose of the operation In the and surely no lining after Norfolk, Va., according to the Blue and Gold dance and buffet>
early Sunday mass at. the Hos- Northern waters will be to test the before. Willie Dauphin NAS Personnel Office. supper in observance of Navy Day
pital Chapel, located in the main cold weather equipment on planes, Foreman Transportation, was at The school at Norfolk offersa tonight (Thursday) at the VPO
hospital building across from the carriers, and fighting ships and his best when he asked Frances six-week course of instructions Club in Jacksonville.
Nurse quarters. work out tactics for Arctic condi Theus for the waltz. Of course, in the care and handling of Mmic for the affair which staits
I A change in the Mass scheduleat tions. The task force, employing this was early in the evening. Has motion picture film; also endeavors at 2000 and closes\ at 2300, will be
Cecil Field has also been revealed elements of a wartime force, will 'anyone seen Helen Johnson's to produce motion picture provided by the Station Band with
f beginning Nov. 6. The go all out in conducting the ma- shoes? It's a cinch she wasn't operators capable of obtaining the special features included on the
Mass will be held at 0830 with '
neu\ers. Bombing, strafing, rocket dancing on anyone's toes. That's best results from the equipment i I program. Prizes will be awardedto
> Hev. Patrick E. Nolan, pastor of attacks, amphibious landings, enough about the dance but let both in training and recreation. the "King For A Day" contest''
St. Paul's church conducting anti-submarine warfare, and attacks us say at this point, there was no Eligible to attend the schoolare winners. Military and civilian
Mass in the future. against shore establishmentswill raidin' with Haydon! Electrician's Mate strikers, guests. of honor have been Invitedto
Tuesday Nov. 1 will be observed be part of the action carried I Electrician's Mates and Pharmacist's attend.
as the Feast of All Saints and is Mr. Miller of the Furniture recreation _
on during the exercise, which will Mates attached to ----- ---- ---- -
.b. t> Holv Day of obligation. Masses be" witnessed by high Navy officials : Warehouse paid a visit to A. E. departments of hospitals. Candi operation of principal types of
f .: are scheduled at the station chap- and a select group of Canadian 1'Parker who is ill in the Vets'' dates are required to have at motion picture equipment used
: cl 1 at 1200 and 1615, and at Cecil military dignitaries. Hospital at Lake City, Sundayand least 18 months obligated service by the Navy, how to care for and
Field ilt 0630. I Vice Admiral Donald B. Dun. reports that Mr. Parker is remaining on their current i I handle such equipment, plus ac-
Masses on All Souls Day (nota can, commander Second Task feeling some better. We are certainly enlistments at the time of assign- ', quainting students with functionsof
:! Holy Day) will be celebrated in Fleet, will command the operation. glad to hear that, and hopehe ment to the course, or must execute the Navy film exchange. Graduates -
St.: Edward's Chapel at 0630, 0650 Comdr. Richard H. Burns will command continues to improve. Tomorrow agreements to extend. will be capable of settingup
And 0710.Cmdr.. Carrier Air Group 4, while Public Works bids farewellto Training objectives of the and operating the projectorand
the three Fighter Squadrons of Air a number of employees who Motion Picture Operator's schoolare other equipment for satisfactory
Smith Honored were reached by reduction in to train students in actual
Group 4 will be commanded respectively performance.
.. ____
enjoyed working
force. We have
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: Lcdr. John P. Adams
by -
With Farewell PartyComdr. 1 with all of them. :. We under-
Lc-dr.: John J. S\feeney and Lcdr. I
Mr. J. F. Nettles' THEATRE GUIDE
Arthur B. R. Smith 'Clem B. Connally Attack Squadron stand that son
chief of the Dependents' Services 174 will be: headed by Lcdr. is making a name for himself in
fit the U. S. Naval Hospital here ( W. R. Pittman while Lcdr. JohnE. football. Something to be proud I. MAINSIDE AUDITORIUMMOVIES
of. . The Supervisors are having
for the past two years was honored Kennedy will command VA-175.
with a farewell cocktail party ----..- a big fishing parly Saturdayat : Week-days-1730 and 200ft. k.f'nds-1430 and 2000
S Lake Lockloosa and are plan THURSDAY, OCT. 27
prior to assuming his new post at
Naval Hospital, Newport. R. I. Spanish, French ning_ ___on_ a_big_ time_", ____ h__ _. "BANDITS OF ELDORADO", Featuring Charles) Starrett and Smiley
Given members of the staff i Burnett.
I by
j Classes Available made available and an enrollmentof FRIDAY, OCT. 28
c>If the Dependents' Service, the
40 is expected\ of which 00pf'r ,
I al lair for the departing Doctor "RUSTY'S BIRTHDAY", Starring Ted Donaldson.SATURDAY .
1 this week cent Is expected to be Navy ,
sand his wife was held at the Registration! begins OCT. 23-SUNDAY, OCT. 30
home of Lt. ((9g) Herbert Shes. for enrollment) in Spanish and i personnel. There will be no charge "BRIDE FOR SALE", With Claudette Colbert and Robert Young. .
Relson Riverside avenue in Jnck- French classes which will begin for the classes. MONDAY, OCT. 31
sonville.) )) Nov 1 at the USO Club at Clay Language study material, including "RACHEL AND THE STRANGER", Featuring Loretta Young and
and Adams struts In records and manuals, have Bill Holden.
As H token of esteem and appreciation
: staff members of, his Mis.; Helen E. '(' J8'kt1lnVlllf"1 teen piocuitd for the organization TUES.. NOV. 1-WED., NEV. t
unit presented Comdr Smith tor has announced. through the NAS Educational "THE DOCTOR AND THE GIRL", Starring Glen Ford and Janet
I St'l VI,8 office, ,
: with a wrist watth. Qualified) :' Leigh.



"j ,

Pave Four JAX AIR NEWS 27 October 1949

I Jax-Navy-Beats Chatham Trek To Eglin !I

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Local Eleven Jaxmen Show

Out To Upset I Neat Offense *

Eglin FlyersJax i In 46.0 Win

Navy's gridders will attempt I.' ;c'3 With Bill Buesing's 88-yard

to further their win touchdown dash highlighting:

ning ways against one of their deW a one-sided grid contest in the

toughest opponents of the sea- Gator Bowl last Sunday afternoon

son on foreign soil this weekend Jax-Navy's football jug.

trekking to Eglin Field, gernaut romped over an outclassed .

Fla. to take on the und fi>at- Chatham Air Force

ed Eglin Field Air Force combine K(>-0 for victory 71 umber .

Base eleven 1 that has been three in five outings.

ruled as a heavy pre-game favorite. Gordon Kent scored two of

Navy's touchdowns one on a pass

The favored Eglin combine has interception. Gus Kinnear, full
chalked up three wins, and bat back, took a pitch out on Chat.ham's ,
tled to two deadlocks to date 45 and went all the way

They handed Ellington Air Force .... for score number one. Jack Dun- .
can took an aerial from Ben
Base a 20-0 trouncing, defeated R 1
Cherry Point one of Jax-Na 'v'a Adams and journeyed to paydirt,
conouerors 21.6, and dropped a ; ,1 i i Chet Kimball bulled his way over
Merchant Marine Academy team ,,;; I from the one for another Glen
2-6 The ties were a 12.12 sll I Schara swivel-hipped his way
\ &, : :;
with Fort Benning, Ga., and WI for a 16-yard TD and Buesing'sjaunt
a 0-0 stalemate against in the final period accounted -
TO FACE: GI.IS-HuoYt'd: by their 46- 1"1 e
An Force Base from Texas. for the remaining six points.
0 win over Chatham, Jax'Navy's gridmrn
Captain Doug Oldershaw is head Opening a touchdown drive
have their sights set to upset Kglin: Field
mentor of the Eglinites and l bas from the start the locals went to
his from this Saturday. Halfback Kill llulsey, top I (the Chatham
grldders running a deceptive 39 with Kinnear and
left, out with an injured shoulder, will be
"T" toimation. Oldershaw a Buesing lugging the mail. After
for action. Glen Schara
ready top right,
former Pro tackle with the New six-yard loss which set the ball on
halfback who carried of null
plenty against
York Giants was assistant roach r the 45 Nelson pitched out to Km.
Chatham is all set to again. All-Navy r.
at West Point at one time. i iKglm'g go near who went for the first touchdown
Bill Molonoskie, will be of
hllllr..h Record I guard right, one ,
the tough forward wall men Kglin: will haveto --
ace passer QuarterbackJones -
Brown, and swivelhippedLuigi cope with. 1'Aau.'ru'K|
1 Jan >ss y (h.lti.m
Barasxi, halfback, are expected I' Flint Down V
to spark the Air Force -- ::I'M!' Net yards rushing 142i
team in the fray Saturday. Brown i 114 Yardage gained passing !17
and BII ra.4/,1 were instrumental in VF-133 Squad Tops CompetitionIn Arthur Posts 16 8 }Koiwaid'OI wal'd pause passes alien rnmpleleil I pled It 0

holding the powerful Fort Ben- 468 Average yardage or punts 41,0
ningites to a 13-13: tie several 67 Yardage lost, penalties 37
Wide-Open Touch Grid Loop Perfect Score
weeks ago. ;I 4 4 Own Number tumbles of fumble recovered 6 3
Bill Huhey is expected to see 0 KumbleK recovered .
r by opponent ;J
more action for Jax-Navy than her AD enlisted touch football seven With Bill Arthur leading the -- h ___
from VF-133: took over first placeIn lacing to remain undefeated in parade by breaking 200
has in recent frays with his injured targetsfor Chatham took the kick and
right shoulder slowly healing the Station intra-mural touch three starts.Crowding a perfect tally Jax-Navy's picked up 22 yards on two plays,
John Snyder who was a latecomer tournament last Monday by hand- the league leaders Is trigger-happy skeetmen resumed but a fumble on the Air Force 37
to the NAS tanks, will be ing .Overhaul and Repair a 39-12 another undefeated seven FASron their hobby of collecting trophiesas was recovered by Adams and
out for several weeks with a badly Six with a 2-0 slate. Hospital and they walked off with several three plays later an Adams aerial
injured left leg. Wilbur Sweat, R-l each bout two wins and a top honors in the JacksonvilleGun was good to Jack Duncan who
veteran defensive tackle who was GregoPorterDuo single defeat while VK-133: Officers Club Open Championships romped over for another six:
out with a knee injury last Sunday have won a single game and held at the Jacksonville firing points
should be ready for action dropped two. Overhaul and Re- range last Sunday afternoon. After an exchange of boots, including -
against Eglin. Pacing pair has taken one encounter, but Arthur, who fires for the NAS a quick kick by Navy's
Johhn Penyak. who rode the lost three and :NARTU has yet to team, registered a perfect 100 in Nelson which: was good for 62
bench through most of the tussle enter the winners' circle with three the regular shoot to match an yard, Navy took the ball on
last week-end, will probably openin Links MeetStation losses marring its tecord. equal score by Red Boardrnan of downs and began to drive goal.
the right halfback slot for Jax- Last Monday's tiff, which the Augusta, Ga, for high gun honors.In ward. Kinnear and Nelson hauledthe

Navy and is expected to spark the golf champ Tony Giego 133: squad took handily, wan highlighted the shoot-off, Arthur went oval to Chatham's four then
locals in the contest The 160- and partner O. B. Porter remained by a sterling :50-yard' touchdown through without a miss again Kent made a head-long dive to
pounder' played mostly defensiveball at the top among participants dash by Bob Mcl.uiu on a while the Georgia gunner registered score
when on the field against vieing for the Station Two-ball pass! play. Jerry :Noe and Bob a 99. The second period was foughtnear
Chatham and should explode his Foursome championship now underway Leech each: scored two T,D.'s for Jack Barleon. of NARTU Jax. the mid-field stripe with
pent-up energy Satuiday. on the local links by taking the squadron while Ed Juskowskl won the High Gun Handicap by Chatham's defensive line holding
Other probable starters In Jax- : a quarter-final match from accounted for the other tally. shooting a neat 98. the local almost at a standstill.At .
Navy'g backfield are Lloyd Nelsonat Ray Rayfield and Bill Zwat.ska Three extra point attempts made McElroy, also of the Reserve halftime, Chatham had an
left half, Gordon Kent at quarterback last week, good. Squad, tied for the Lewis Class edge on Navy in first downs
5 and 3
and Gus Kinnear at full "B" laurels with Jack and Hal with seven against the local's
In the closest of the
back. Kinnear picked up 73: yardsin Grego and Porter will play :wick, between struggle and NAIl- Boardman, with a 97 but darkness five
the Chatham fray Another i Duke Windsor and Art Connersin Hospital settled before a shoot-off NAS began rolling again in
backfield man who will see his the semi-finals scheduled to TU, the "Docs"squeeed out a 20- I could be held To decide the winner the third stanza when Kimball,
19 what
verdict in would have
share of action l is Bill Buesing. be completed before the end of I Jack Boardman won on the Sihara, and Bob Hooks picked up
been had the Reserve
speedy scatbatk who ran off 117 this week. Windsor and Conners an upset victory I toss of the com. 36( yards with consistent short
yards against the Air Force eleven took their quarter-finals match won An extra point, regiatered Gene Varner of VF-171 Ken gains.. Chatham took over the
in the Gator Bowl last Sunday, from Tom Hill is and G. A. Bus- when Hospital's Peterson Pendergast and Chuck Myers, ball on downs, then Buonasissifell
Probable starters in the line will bee fiveandthree.The snagged an aerial from Jolly accounted both ot the Reserve team, tied on an Air Force fumble on
!>.. Jack Duncan and Sam Valaitls for the triumph Garry for Lewis Class "C" honors with the Chatham 20. Two plays later
at the end posts Norris Thomas Bill North and John Lloydvs Walsh scored two TD.'s for the"Does" two other participants each fir- Schara did some fancy stepping
W. G. Reed and W. L.
and Thorpe and Moon went over after 95. The shoot-off will be
Jim Patterson at tackles. Joe ing a and broke through front the 16
Sinko and Bill Mononoskie in the tiff was postponed while B. S. grabbing a pass for the other. held next Sunday. Art Lagasseof yard line for a score.
guard holes and Joe Buonasi.ssi at Weber and A. L. Bartens took a Sparks was outstanding on the line NARTU rounded out the locals'winning Buesing Goes 88 Yards
2 and 1 J. T. Carter andJ.
center Roy Acuff. one of the win over for Hospital. ways by capturing the After Nelson punted the ball
starting; tackles last weekend E. Kennedy.In I|I Other' victories recorded last Lewis Class "D" trophy with a to Chatham's two, Air Force

went out of the tilt with an ankle the most outstanding matchof week were VF-133 Officers: over 91. The recent shoot had no tro- quaff tcrbac'k Marion Felts uncorked -
injury but may see action in the the_ day Al Marc. : hel 1 O&R by a 3.M2: count and VI'- phies for team firing only indi- an aerial which Navy's
coming tussle i i on me eighteenth: noie giving mm 133: Enlisted: in a 39-19 match vidual prize were awarded. Kent picked: olf his shoe laces
-- -- and partner E J. Counsell! a close against Dispensary. Jax-Navy's gunners will be inactive and bounded into the end zone
one-up triumph over Joe Hill and VF133's loop leaders are also for the next few weeks to put the score at 320.
Tigers Lose 9.7 Bill McWilliams. Dave Henderson pacing the pointlIl'orlnjiparade\ until the Southern States Openat Bjesmg presented the specta.
and Charles Dittmar won by with a total of 91 for the three Atlanta, Ga. which is to be 1 tors with some neat running
To AristocratsBowing default over their opponents.A. games ..played. They have held held near the middle of November. early in the fourth stanza whenhe
their opponents to 43 points left his first wave of interference -
to the Aristocrats of L. Simmons and C. C Drum- : Games for the next week, starlIng Individual scores of all Jax- at the line of scrimmage,
Jacksonville 9-7. last weekend, wright took a two-and-one match today, are as follows: NAR- Navy skeeters were as follows: near his own 12 worked his way .
their third loss of the season, the from W. R. Shaolts and C. E. TU and FASron Six. today; VF- Arthur 100; Batleon 98; Mc- over the 50 yard line, then pickedup
NAS Tiger eleven hav an open Herbi&on to work their way into 133 Officers and Dispensary, Mon Elroy, 97; Nick: Gallitano 9b'; three local blockers to guardhis
date this week to brush up on the semi-finals. R. D. Blyth and day; Vl<'-U3 Enlisted vs. R-l, Tuesday Varner 9.1: ; Myers 95; Pender- rear as he went the rest of
their single wing attack before Bob Thiel conquered B. M. Kaplan ; and FASron meets-Hospital gast, 9,>; Wayne Eddin ton, 94; I the way un-touched
returning to action the first of and Felix Ballmger: in the' next Wednesday All tilts me Bob Kmcaide 94; Lagasse, 91; Aerials by Hooks and Kinnearto

next month. quarter-finals with a one-up played on the Mat area at 15)0.: Herb Pistole, 89; and Tausth. 86. i> Tom. Adams !and Buck. Dominy,
The in another close contest.
Aristocrats scored all nine score
: respectively, along with several
points in the initial period. Alter Matches for the semi-finals ar'e'' 1---- --- -- -- -- -----1 i short ground gains by Kinnear

they hit paydnt once, a Navy as follows' Grego and Porter vs 1 John Snyder and Kimball, put
gridder hauled in an Aristocrat Windsor and Connor; North- : Radio Grid LogFootball I the pigskin on the Chatham one
aerial but was chased into the Lloyd vs Weber-Bartons; Mar- yard line mid-way through the
end zone to give the visitors their thel-Counbell) vs Hendet son-Dit- I final quarter Kimball then bulledhis
needed two points to win mar; Simmoos-Drumwright vs fans in the Jacksonville area have another weekend I I way over for the final score
J! A neat sleeper play! in the last Thiel-.Blyth. of thrilling football in store for them and the games are of the tussleBuonasissi,
stanza paid off for NAS with Bob i as close as their radios. Such games as Michigan vs Illinois kicked three extra
r Holston strolling nonchalantly to 1 --xSnipe and Northwestern vs Ohio. State will be carried by local points and a pass from Hooks to
the sidelines and when the ball Pooch radio stations this Saturday. Dominy accounted for anotherEd
was snapped to John Small he in Eating WJAX-(NBC) ((9U: ))-Michigan vs Illinois at Champaigne.III. I Kmeic, Chuck Moore, Ted

I turn passed to Holston, who was LONDON A local resident recently Time 2:15: p. ri.WJHPMISS Daum, Bill Molonoskie and Buon-
f -
already started on his:<< journey had a mystery on his hands ( ) (1320)N'rthwestem) vs Ohio State at asissi sparked the locals', forward
goalward much to the surprise of h couldn't solve.Loosf Columbus, O. Tune 1 1:45: p m.WPDQ wall while Kinnear Buesing.
I I the Aristocrats. Holston convert cigarettes around the -(ABO)- ((600)) Duke vs Georgia Tech at Atlanta, I I Schara Nelson, Hooks and Kent

ed. I house kept ltuapouring Stubs Ga. Time 2:15: p nr.WMBRCItS I did well in the backfield.
--- ------ ---- -- vanished ,from ash tray*. ( ) ( I4GO)- Florida State: vs Stetson on AM ',it Snyder, local fullback, was the '
Waiter: "What's wrong1 with Perplexed, the resident kept 2:15: acid Georgia vs Alabama on FM nm.I'! l :at 2'35: ) p. m only injured Navy man while the W'
I the tea ? You said wanted it watch. High School Chatham team had more than a
weak!" you i: He found that his 15-month-ol.l Landon vs Jackson. Friday night Over WMBR FM it 3 I few men carried from the field.

Marine' "W "k. yea, hut not terrier Scrappy, was eating them.j ? III, and AM at !9:30: p in. Snyder suffered a possible leg:
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