Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 26, 1951
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11
Headquarters of the Commander Fleet_Air Jacksonville_, ___ _

Celebratel9th Italians Accept

Waves { 44 :' 'WJ '

f Anniversary J;;"" l Vessels At NAS

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Big Dinner Party To Be Colorful Ceremony Marks


Staged For Observance Historic Event YesterdaySix


t. About 225 WAVES-triple the number at the Naval I LSSL's recently withdrawn from mothballs at
Green Cove Springs turned over to the Italian govern-
Air Station Lost year-will celebrate the 9th birthday of the were

acceptance of women into the U. S. Navy, with a dinner partyAt ment Wednesday by Hear Adm. Glenn B. Davis, Commandant

a downtown hotel Sixth Naval District, in a formal ceremony at the boat

The anniversary falls on Mon- l facility, Naval Air Station.The .
were serving the Navy here a -- gift of the vessels was part
.30 but the
day, ; .. command of Comdr. Atho Frater
are cutting the birthday cake on year ago.Within tool.t' ,,"IJ!: ;';'- of the Mutual Defense Assistance nale, who had received instruction -
the past the enlistment Acceptance of the ships
Sunday. For sentiment's' sake year Program. in the operation of the ships
the cake will be baked and decorated age has been loweredto 1l was made by the Honorable Mario naval within the
from personnel
.# 'v with nine candles in theNavy's 18 years in line with other -- Lucielli, Italian Charge d'Affairs, several weeks.
commissary. services. Recruit classes are con- To observe the unexpected on behalf of the Italian govcrn- past
vening at Great Lakes every Forrest ment. Welcomed by Opt. Day
celebrantsare death of Adm.
Included among the and
20 reserve recruits who are week; WAVES are now on dutyin P. Sherman, U. S. Chief of The ceremony, which was one of introduction After words of welcome D. Turner an
And the by Capt.
at the station attending the second many foreign lands. Naval Operations the ensign the most colorful ever held here
been commanding officer of the
annual Recruit Training recruiting program has on the flag pole just started at 1045, when honors were Day
.t School for reserves within the 6th sharply stepped up to meet a northwest of the NAS Administration rendered to Admiral Davis and station Admiral Davis made a
to brief address in which the six for
goal of 10,444 women
Naval District. Building was Signer Lucielli. The latter then
be met by July, 1952. mer LCIs were turned over to the
Five WAVE officers will par- flown a.: half: mast Sunday. proceeded to inspect the guard Italian government. The Honor-
ticipate in the festivities. It was The 51-year-old naval offi- and the Italian crews, under the able Avery F. Peterson, acting
in July 1942, that the Navy first cer succumbed to two heart
NAS Unit ArrivesIn deputy director of the Office of
WAVES. attacks in Naples Italy
set out to recruit 10,000 Affairs
300 Hats'Visit Western European spokefor
Three years later there were while he was touring Europe's the State Department and for-
Flooded Area
in 900 Atlantic defense area.
86,000 on duty serving
mal custody of the ships was then
shore activities ranging from Early last week he had conferred OpeningOf
assumed for the Italian
law to radar. Of Kansas CityThe with Spanish offi- Lucielli
Valuable Service cials about setting up American AnchorageDining by Signor KeehrlsteneJ

When hostilities ceased, the impact of the Kansas naval and air bases in Ships that haJ
The ships previously
majority of the WAVES, with City flood disaster reached as Spain. dancing and relaxlng- been designated only by numerals,
t women in the other services, these featured the grand openingof
far 'as the Naval Air Station were rechristened the SEGUGIO,
-4 released from active duty Monday evening
a were the Anchorage the MOLOSSO the SPINONE the
Out so valuable had their services this the Malaria when 300 'White Hats" visited the

proved a small nucleus was retained and Mosquito Control Unit New ScheduleFor new recreation spot in the six BRACCO.ALANO, the As MASTING the Italian and colors the

o by the Navy. was ordered into the inun- and a half hours it was open. were hoisted over the vessels the
At the beginning WAVES werea with flies Protestant The rendezvous nestles amongsta Band
organization status. dated area to cope Florida Group Navy playedthe
reserve grove of trees directly behind Italian national anthem, and
But in 1948 they were incorpo- and mosquitos )
men's barracks on
HAS the enlisted
Worship At the Italian Navy sailor's prayer
rated by law as an integral partof The order followed a request the banks of the St. Johns River. and benediction was given by Lt.

the Fill U. S.Important Navy. Posts made to the Navy by the U. S. With the expansion of NATT It is being operated as an ac' Eugene I. an Antwerp, Catholic
Public Health Service, which expressed of the Navy Exchange.:
In 1949 records show that Center and the arrival of new tivity chaplain, NAS Jax.
.. there were only 44 enlisted concern over the rapid chaplains for that activity, an additional White Il.1bfnl.e Merry As the last words were said, the
breeding of the diseasebearinginsects
WAVES on duty at the Naval in the animal carcasses Protestant Worship Ser- Free snacks and beer were given Italian crews marched aboard
I 'Air Station.' It was after the out- rotting in the mud and slime left vice will be' held each Sunday enlisted men who called at the their assigned ships.
in Korea that beginning August 5. The new between 1630 IIlglOrt'ldaJ* Present
break of fighting waters. The recreational spot
by receding
the Armed Forces again issuedJ" overflowing of sewers added to schedule will provide services at and 1800 in celebration of the opening The ceremony marked by simple

'The call for women to enlist and the problem, it was said. 0830 and 1045. In this short time approximately dignity was witnessed bymany
Beside staking of the ex-
care officers and officialsof
high ::
fill the important 150 made
many merry
I Lt. Comdr John M. Hirst, officerincharge at NATTCenter the ad-
for which their aptitude and pansion the Anchorage building and both the American and Italian
ability has been so well proved. of the Unit, left ditional services will make it outside on the patio, governments, most of whom had
Today the number of WAVES about noon Monday with Lt (jg) possible for personnel who wishto arrived by plane the preceding
aboard the Naval Air Station is Joseph McWilliams and six enlisted go ashore for the day to wor- N.\TTCt' tf'r Orchestra day -
increasing constantly and already men, all trained in the lo- ship before leaving. Chaplain Music for dancing: was providedby Representing the Italian government

.. has tripled the 70 who"Eager" (Please Turn to Page 4,, Col. 1))_ Charles A. Dittmar, of NAS, and the 10 piece NATTCenter were Signor Lucielli
" Chaplains Milton G, Koult and Dance Orchestra, under the direction 'Brig.. General Eniico Cigerza, Air

Goes. "Over The Hill" Robert E. Elliott, of NATTCenter I of Ed Hartman, DM3.: As Attache: Colonel Umber Da

{{ will conduct the services. I (Please Turn to Page 3, Col. I) I Martino Military Attache; Capt.

: Now You See Him, Now 'You Don't; .:? .. -- Attache Luca member Gorettl; Capt.of de Ugo the Flamini Italian Giudice Naval,Military : Naval .

'. Mission, and Dott. Enrico

; He's Returned To His Master Now New Ailiau.Orleans.Italian Consul stationed in

c:i This is the story about a dog I From the State Department ia
. finding the dog. A story ap- Washington were Mr. Peterson,
who more than lived up to his peared in the publication 12 days Luther Reid public relations ad
_ name. His name, "Eager. after "Eager's" disappearance, vlstor, International Security Affairs .

,( ',_ It all began June 1, the day and the officer's wife noticed the Vm ; Gene Caprice of the Italian
I "Eager" became too eager. lie story She immediately contacted a II desk and several others.

ran away from his home here on Hester, who later met the maid. The Department of Defense representatives -
NAS. And that's when the station He had to pay her $15: to retrievethe # r ; ,.. included Col. Peter

r. police department's troubles pet. Hains, III deputy director of the
only began. Chief LeRoy Smith, "Over Th IlUf Again Office of Military Assistance; Lt.
e t of the department, will attest to The dog was returned last Fri- Frederick Cusik, USN, radio-TV

day to the Naval Air Station and branch. Office of Public Inform

that.The owner of the dog: C. H. turned over to the station police 7 tlon; John B. Adams public relations

Barden, ADI, of Fasron 106, had The police planned to send "Eager" : advisor and others.
I been transferred to Argentia, to his owner in Newfoundland Formal Banquet 1I 'U
Newfoundland, shortly before "Ea- via a scheduled Navy flight The visitors were entertained at
ger" disappeared. He had en- But while preparing to house the a formal banquet held at the Offi

trusted the pet to a frIend', J. dog a few hours in a make-shift cers' Club Tuesday night, and a
D. Hester, AD2, of Fasron 109. kennel "Eager" broke away. Once I luncheon for the visitors and oth-
Notified of the disappearance, station again the police had to look for er guests of the station wad hell
I were alterted to be on at 1300: Wednesday.
I .
I him.Several
the lookout(tot the dog. hours later, the law en-

1 ')IaW., Gets ."Eager" forcers recovered the animal in f'le3ther Outlook

', However, unknown to the police the Bldg. 801 neighborhood "Ea- w f
back to police It'll be hot with scattered show.
was th* ''fact that "Eager" had ger was taken
headquarters where he was pennedup \ ers and thunder showers for the
wandered to Bldg. 801 in his trek
until time. The plane week-end so the weathermansays.
around U1'8 station, picking up flight
J. left evening, and now"Eager" Here's the outlook for the
food wherever, he could find it, Saturday
the la once again delightingthe
!'An officer in neighborhood
J$ children .____ Friday Very hot, southerly
thinking "Eager" Was a stray dog, owner's three small IIIIr --- -
the animal to his maid She who had asked "about their 'Ea- WITH A COMBINED EXPRESSION OF CONTENTMENT and winds with scattered showers and
" gave the long-sought by station police, 'Eager", poses thunder showers afternoon and
took'the dog to herhome, in Jacksonville gr ever since hu disappeared. Indifference dog / "
. Station police officers also, are with Chief LeRoy Smith shortly after the animal's "capture. evening. Clear skies night and
"Eager's return to Eager had given both the police and his owner some restless early morning.
tM owner1 happy over
'. Meanwhile, original
. And why shouldn't moments since he ran away June 1, The pet was returned t. it* SaturdaySamll.SundaySam. .
, '. 4 wife,, .Mr.. ;Barden, wrote to, aJax his owner. .
'' new8jper soliciting( help in they be? ,owner'last weekend,
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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS .. July 26 ,"
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r ---V'.JJ.-t. .'; ,'-'-' i Scouting The Squadrons .

;. Published every Thursday tor Navy activities at Naval Air -

Station. Jacksonville. Fla.NAS VF-671 Since the word came out thai '
Jacksonville .All the phases of pilot refresher ,
f 10m e active duty personnel ; 'rk,
, marked
t Commanding Office! training have shown a
CaDt. Douglas T. Day
this week with I may be released, a number of
. .-Executive Office: improvement
F. Bedell -
Comdr. Porter :
I those who really have a "
l: Lt. Gordon D. Walker ........-._._................Public Information Officer Lieutenants James Butler, HasI discharge people date approaching, have ,\"
kew Brantley, George Triplett, \
r,. Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear been writing letters home and : ::1"
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f Adm. Osborne B. Hardison .. ... ..._...... ...__.. ..Commandei; John Virgil Beall Forsberg,' and Vaughn Ray Woodall, warning their: friends to be ready ,
i'I Capt. Alien Smith Chief! of Staff' leading in gunnery.In to move Over. Of course though
Fleet Air Wing Eleven a' 'these men are all assured{ of $20)00 I, ,

, Capt. Jesse S. McClure ......_.._.._...._..............._............... Commander; the upper concerned bracket where and higher incomes. (Asjc .4, "'

Comdr. Joseph T Thornton. ... ........... ......_. ...........Chief Staff Officer 'a rocket Geo.firing Triplett is Bob George wereLt.'s hem: !) VC62VC62's / &:I..'

Naval Air Technical Training Center James Butler, Thomas Thurmond, ,
Capt. Lester K. Rice ......._.._....-.._......................_ Commanding Officer < Tom Johnson, John Beall and hallowed halls are resounding "
Comdr John A. Gamon, Jr. ..._.....'.............._.........._ Executive Officer v. < Jack Duncan. Those holding the with the praises of the
lets now that a large portion of
Naval Hospital better bomb scores were Lt's Ray
heir pilots are qualified stovepipe "'
; Capt Dwight Wharton__ Commanding Officer Woodall Jr., Turner W. Ivey, jockeys. Very evident was "
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer Tom Clary Jr., Bob George and he lack of joshing when' the
. Virgil Forsberg. Everyone has '- -
fledging jet men ran through
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer been working to better the results their cockpit checks last Satur-

Comdr. Anthony Trusso. .. __...._....__........__Executive Officer and this end is becoming an accomplished .
fact. laLt. (jg) Bob Holmes has returned -
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration Several of the original crew from Washington where -

building. Phone extension 8184. have served twenty four monthson ic learned that his long awaited
Editor-Andrew H. Planey active duty and have been ailroad tracks will be shortly
Staff Members: John L. Almond; Barbara Rickman. SN; discharged under paragraph 7 of 'orthcoming.

Gerald Hynes, SN; Terry Ziegler, SA; Mary Bixiones, SN,, AINav 62. They were Ralph Duf- Returning from TAD to VF-42, .'
Jacksonville.The JAX Florida AIR NE\VS, and ii printed puoasnea commercially weekly st with the U.non-appropriated b. Naval Air Station fund fey, Jr., Clinton Bannock 'Miles 'A. (jg) "Moon" Mullins has just

at no expense to government and In compliance: with NAVEXOS P-35, Rev. Hipps, Giffors McAfee, William inished a very pleasant 26 day
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed tree ot charge; at the Naval Air Station, the Rolison and Clint Vining. lea ve. .
Naval Air Reserve Training. Unit. Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field and VF-671 wishes to welcome the vr711Eightyeight '. ,
U. S. Naval Hospital.The
JAX AIR NEWS \I. a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. following back after their well of VP-741's ambitious -
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe } deserved leaves, Lt. (jg) Bob white hats have taken '
matter written, except permission by service of Armed publication Force, Press Is prohibited Sen'!Ice. without Republication permission of other of Smith, Ens. Sid Herring, Dwight fleet examinations for 3rd, 2nd,

Fdltor: JAX AIR NEWS. AI'Py Allen, AA; Crawford. Armstrong, md 1st class petty officer recenty -
ADE2; Wiley Casey, AA; 'Ellison while the 1st class PO' are
EditorialSalute Cheshire, AN; Walt Drake, ADC; eported to be cramming for the
An Sid Garrett, AMS2; Don Har ;PO exams to be given later.
-- ADEC; Mel Herrell, AA; Chief Bob Morgan signed up
If You MustOf TRIM, PERT, COOL SHAPELY Warren Jackson, AA; Richard mother hitch to clinch the argu-
All these adjectives well Keleher, AK3': Robert Post, AA; rent for the Navy. Just reporting .
all the military customs, the one most frequently seen describe vivacious Debby Rey- Luther Rose, AMI; Bob Warfield, aboard are Clarence Up- '-.

is the salute.It nolds, lIG1star.. Debby's recording AOUC; Charles Wilburn ADE1; Linger, AL1 and Bill Fischer .
is which has been observed for centuries by made with her running Hoke Wilkins, AA; Edwin Wil- IT2 who will remain for duty.
a courtesy male, Carleton Carpenter, of liams, ADE2 and Sam Wise, After his long stint in the sickbay
of nationality. In the Navy it exists more returned to
military men every "Aba Daba Honeymoon," was AMS2. Jim Reed, YTSN
by force than custom, for the occasions and methods of salut- one of the hit tunes of the na While returning from a special help relieve the work load that ...

ing are required by regulations.Yet tion.. liberty in Atlanta. Ga., Rufus at present rests on Chief ClarkeChitty's

saluting appears to have become too bothersomefor Dyer AA, and Will Rogers, ; capable VA-175 shoulders.'

some personnel-both officers and enlisted menaboardNAS ATAN which while had an totally auto wrecking accident the Lt. (jg) James A. Shannon andLt

Jacksonville. Evidence of this was found in the text ofa car left them unscathed. (jg) Robert E. Marker, have
week. The third paragraph read, in eported aboard for duty in VA.
plan of the day last Determined that this one will 175 as personnel and electronics
part: it has been noted that many personnel on the sta- be the biggest and the best, preparations ificers.

tion are lax in the observance of military courtesies, such assaluting and suggestions are Harry P. Steiner, ANt and
being put forth toward a squad Richard J. Meneilly, AN signed
or returning of salutes. .
: proper ron beer bust to be held in Wed- this week which
Why some officers and enlisted men have deliberately nesday 1, August. shipped papers them over' for six more

neglected to observe the matter of saluting is indeed perplexing. FASUON-9 ears each of Navy life. Both

For, as military men, they should take pride in comply- Let's all get set for the big Public The raiders coupled their win men are taking the reenlistment ..
ing with the established customs and traditions of the Naval Works picnic on Saturday, of their 13th game of the first leave; Steiner will visit his home &
August 11. It will be an all-day half of City League play. to another in New Castle, Penn., while
Service. affair at Camp Blanding on 13th win last week, this fleneilly will do the same in Sy-
After all, the rules of military etiquette and their strict Kingsley Lake. The price of admission time their first win in the sec- acuse, N. Y. .
observance form the integral part of effecting functioning $1.50 per family. Tickets ond half, which occured on Fri- Instead of shipping over, Jack

discipline. And saluting, however small, is an important partof will be on sale shortly and can day, 13 July. Three days later A. Alridge, AM2, voluntarily
of though they were right back in xtended for two years.
'be obtained from any member .
etiquette.How .
.. grueling 6-5.
and lost
the Recreation Committee. for. a
to curb this laxity aboard the station is the problem From Transportation it is reported eight inning contest to-the VFWGator

But perhaps the simplest and most effective solution that Joe Howard is on Post squad.A .

would be for each individual offender to analyze himself and sick; leave-mumps! Still in the big difference of opinionover ixBits7.b

review the do's and don'ts of saluting.As hospital are Raymond Polak, the standing of Jacksonville :
Ronald Butcher and Robert liberty town has crop-
enlisted salute as a
directed in Navy Regulations, men Townsend. Roy Howard is in ped up among Fasron 9 person
officers (and junior officers salute senior officers) when Springfield, Mass. visiting his nel. Some die-harders place it ina The group of midshipmen

meeting, passing near, addressing, or being addressed. The daughter who la ill. .Roy Durham 'dead and very poor' status who visited the station last '.
salute should always be initiated, by the junior when he is at and Clifford Hubbell are on whjle some others rate it as the week wanted exercise badly
The saluter military leave. Eugene Tippett, second best on the Atlantic challenged the'asron
be saluted. when
officer to they
least six paces from the ]UNI, just out of the hospital, has coast, right behind New York.
should turn his head and eyes toward the officer and hold the returned to duty. Oyt of the depths of Consho- softball team to a contest -

salute until he is alongside the officer. Margaret Saia of Contract is hocken (on the banks of the for the locals' powerful

Enlisted men should also render the salute, under certain transferring the last of this weekto Schuylkill River), with marry atting attack and effective .

circumstances which follow: When reporting covered, on Charleston, S. C., where she tales of luscious lasses and readyto pitching' definitely kept them .
leave has come
will work in the Finance Section go on. another
every meeting of the Captain, on the first daily meeting of 6th Navay District as Clerk- Bob Haines from his annual va- usy.

officers. If safety conditions permit, the salute should also typist. M e r i a m Denmark, cation. Bob even took the last Dean Miller and Jerry Glaub,
be rendered to officers in vehicles. Maintenance, returned to work fastest train back in order to ace hurlers, permitted only 7 hits

]More detailed rules of rendering the salute are listed on Monday after several days leave. stay longer. ron uring sluggers the set-to blasted while the out squad-eight

Pages 15-21 in the Bluejackets' Manual. Station personnelare runs, more than enough to win. ..
advised to refer to them.It James E. Carter, AN, of the
rules for salutingthe arachute loft, a former Air
can be seen from the few foregoing Force man and a native of Beck- -

importance the salute plays in the Naval Service. And I 1y, W. V.. is the "White Hat o{
that importance cannot be ignored. Saluting is required of the Week" from Fasron 6. '
Carter, who is also a former
all Navy men. it is always better to salute too much I emi-pro: baseball player with :' t..
. In the last analysis, the Kingston Grays, (W. Va.)
than too little-especially when in doubt. *: ow holds down a position on -' 0the
,--- squadron softball team. and "' .
I has proved to be an ardent sports .
NARTU enthusiast in all fields. 't
Warriors" from Or- Due to his past service in the
I VF- Air Force, Carter was subjected l
ganized Reserve squadrons ct
to I only a three week indoctrina-
741, Fleet Air Service Squadron- tion' and refresher course and
Staff-74, attached -
741 and Air Wing then transferred to Fasron 6. j
capacity crowd enjoyed the to the Jacksonville Naval luring his first tour of military ,
buffet dance last Saturday with I I Air Reserve Training Unit returned service he accumulated the Phil-
music by the Johnnie Jelinek orchestra last Saturday from NAS Liberation and Independence ':,0
and a grand time is anticipated Pensacola, Florida, where they Medal, the American Vic.
for our dance next Sat- have been serving their annual tory Medal and a Good Conduct .
music furnished weeks of active duty. '
urday with being two iward. ,. .
by the Eddie Hartman Combo. Highlight of this year's active Robert Needham, AM3- who
Bingo will be held as usual duty cruise was ,the five days has been 'a member "of Fasjon: IIfor
next Friday at 2000 with some that the "Weekend Warriors"spent the past 32 months land a ..
really nice merchandise prizes aboard the aircraft carrier crewman on the hydraulic crew '

N making it very enjoyable.On USS Montery. During this time DOCTOR RECEIVES LEGION OF MERIT-For his meritorious for: a big part of that time, has ,
Sunday, we will of course the pilots of VF-741 requalified conduct as regimental surgeon with the Marines in Korea, Lt. (jg) been transferred VF-171 for
again have our Dinner Dance at aboard the Montery and conducted has been with Willie W Godrin. -
reminiscent Edward G. Byrne, now of the NAS Naval Hospital, duty along
IbOO and Monday 30 July we squadron operations ,
awarded the Legion of Merit. Capt. Dwight J. Wharton, command- ADI. .
have a Board of Governors meet- of wartime. of the citation Merald+) Woods, ADC who hoi
ing officer at the hospital, made the presentation .
ing at 1800 followed with a Gen- Id to VF173, :
Lt. "demonstrated outstanding been report
winter Byrne
week. Last ,
eral Assembly meeting at 2000. Ralph Kiner, with nine grand- last 'spot' the
slam home runs to his credit, is ability and skill in the treatment of casualties resulting from subzero wi11 leave a vacant \
will be bardto
and enemy action, the citation read. During volleyball
Ottawa. Kans. (\Fl'S-When) crowding Rogers Hornsby'sJeague worked ceaselessly in organizing a combined r fill. Olin Mapes, ADZ,. of engine -
her nest of record of 12, made in 15 one evacuation: he
hen deserted
ft turkey and Nelson Fox,
<< frostbitten and build-up,
f is in medical service to care for and treat over 1,400
17 eggs here recently a Tom turkey seasons. The Pirate slugger treated over 600 casulties In DAN, have also been tJ'a4is'a
wounded men. Lt. Byrne personally .l
He made his ninth
tool over lit broke All but his sixth year. I erred. r' i"
two of the eggs. four=run blow on July 4. four days. .. f. ':; :
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300 White Hats s. Captain Lund

(Continued from Page 1) Leaves NATTC
many as six: couples ,and more fox
trotted, waltzed, or jazzed to pop- Captain John A. Lund,
ular tunes, while many more men
(MC) USN Senior Medical
looked on or listened to the mu-
sic. Officer of NATechTraCen,
.' \ "' To most of the men, the biggest was transferred Monday,

r surprise (other than free >, July 23rd, to the Marine Air
: "v beer) was table service. Six efficient Station ElToro California.
' RK ,
. *
w: waitresses served the men
t ,:( a} all evening. Table service will be Captain Lund will be replacedby
": ,11" a permanent feature of the An- Captain Sam C. Bostic, recently

. .', w: chorage's facilities. I transferred from the
:" '" "J,;; Unofficial estimates put the f I Naval Air Station Chinco-
H ;"-: number'of visitors during the evening ,
' '* at 300. By 2000, all but'' a teague, Virginia.
". few of the 48 tables inside the Served in War I
" 'M building and all the eight tableson I Captain Lund, a native of Harmony

the patio were occupied. Minnesota, entered the
General reaction to the Anchor
service as a private in the Unifed
." ." age's opening was highly favor- States Medical Corps. He servedfor
'able. Many of the "White Hats" one year during World War

',,__. expressed the opinion that sucha I.
recreational spot has been needed He left the Army after World
aboard NAS Jacksonville for War I, and entered St. Olaf College -

. Home time. nA. A Northfield, Minnesota. After
Atmosphere Liked graduating there, he did graduate
One man's comment summed work at the University of Minnesota
what others had similarly said. and at Rush Medical College -
1 lie exclaimed "We've needed and
: Illinois.
wanted a place like this for
': months. At last we 'have one. I ___ ___H ___ ..___ I From 1931 to 1941, Dr Lund

only hope the fellows support it MEMBERS OF THE FIRE FIGHTING UNIT of Chapter '704, Coast Guard League, try out the practiced Ill. During privately this time in he Paxton was an,
because Jt's really a swell place. station Fire Department's "mystery nozzle" on an oil fire set for practice purposes by Navy Fire 'active member of the Phi Beta
... I'll tell you this much-I expect Chief Donald Moran in the dump area. The' nozzle breaks the water flow into a fine spray. On the Medical i Fraternity and the
to be a regular patron" here. I I second try, the volunteer fire fighters had the fire out in 45 seconds. American Medical Association.
like the atmosphere.
I The Anchorage is a spacious Station Police to I I I Called To Duty
Going "Dogs"Cats I
building. Extending along the' Comdr FonvielleTo I In May of 1941, Captain Lund
full length of the west bulkheadis I I was called to his first duty station -

a bar, with the cashier's booth and Dogs Wander From Head Fighter I in the United States Navy
Commander in
centered in front of it.. At the as a

east end of with the building a cut-stone is a overhead largetlreplaC'e Masters and Land In 'Clink'Dogs Squadron 7 4 I the Naval Medical Hospital Corps, Great at the Lakes U. S.,

Illinois. In May of 1942, Captain
Commander Charles D. Fon- Lund graduated from the Schoolof
'.. Restful colors enhance thebuilding's are going to the station police and the and
vielle, Jr, Flag Secretary Aviation Medicine, Pensacola
interior. The bulkheadsare police are going to the dogs. Public Information Officer for Florida, as an Aviation Medical
cream-colored with a crimson Actually, the law enforcement the Staff of Commander Fleet Examiner. In 1943 he was desig
trim and silver overhead. Tables
officers are going after the dogs. makeshift cat trap, Air Jacksonville, will leave his nated Flight Surgeon at NAS,
and chairs are light green in They have to. It's part of their room for a cat and four present assignment next week to Memphis, Tennessee, and following -
_ ... color. who live in a pasteboard assume command of Fighter this, saw duty for 18 months

Just Gets outside View the of St.two Johns south entrances job.What laws have the dogs vio- Incidentally, the cat Squadron 74.Commander. during World War as Flight Sur-

is good-sized from lated? None, really. Yet three into the police station Fonvielle, who bas geon and Senior Medical Officerat
a patio, are locked in make-shift ken ning last week. At 0600' been with the Admiral's Staff NAS, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
which can be seen beautiful up
view of the St. Johns a River beyond nels behind the police station on day, she gave birth to since February of 1950, will be Under the new unification plan,
Langley Street. kittens.' (Mother and relieved by Lt Conner M. Pet- Captain Lund .vas sent to act as
a grove of trees Eight ta- are doing nicely). rie Jr. Senior Flight Surgeon for the
bles are situated in the northeast Little Orphan Animals There In the Air Force at Maxwell Air Base,
V Graduated the Naval Acad-
corner of the patid; and the orchestra You see, the animals are or-
In an effort to have Ala. After 15 months he was
in of 1941 Com-
'February ,
stand .is in the northwest phans-literally speaking. Theyare emy
mals claimed as soon as transferred to the Naval Air
mander Fonvielle served in the
corner. 'The remaining space is pets who have strayed away this Technical Center Jack-
the station polce Training ,
USS Cummings (DD365)) in the
their their
the dancing area. from homes and own-
leased the following sonville. He has been here for
Pacific and the staff of Commander
Meanwhile Lcdr. John M. Lewis ers just haven't claimed them as on

of the pets now being Pacific Fleet six months and admits that he
newly appointed Navy Ex- yet.Of the station: before receiving his flight train- hates to leave.
change officer, has announced course, the station police are (1) Medium sized, dark ing at Pensacola in 1943 and '44. "The Corpsmen and Doctors
that the Anchorage will be in- anxious to return the dogs to male dog, with long here", said Captain Lund, "are
their rightful owners. Not that and light brown legs. After his training he contin- some of the best in the Navy.
the dogs are any bother. Nearlyall lie. No tags. ued serving in Florida as a instructor : It has been a pleasure to work
of them are gentle, peaceloving (2)) ,Medium-sized in fighter aircraft at with them and my only regretis
mongrels. But one has developed 'White female dog with Melbourne Naval Air Station. that I could not stay longer"
a nasty dislike for police gy hair. Part collie. From his mentor's duties in Mel
men; now she snaps at anyone Memphis, Tenn., rabies bourne he went aboard the USS DIV'iNESERVICES
Bairoko head of Escort Car- I
who near her. as
goes 7986, 'issued by J. W.
rier Air 38.
Inadequate facilities for prop- Dog Clinic, Memphis. Group
erly caring for the animals con- No. 21173. He resumed his training at the
cern the police. That's why they (3) Small, light tan, Combat Information School at St.
Z YNi .' 0+e. would like the owners to claim haired female dog Simons Island, Ga, in 1946 priorto
their pets. At present, the two wolf. May be part fox his reporting aboard the USS AT TilE STATION CHAPELS
cages available are occupied. A I (4) Female black and Midway as Air Operations Off- Protestant
third dog must be housed in a cat and four kittens. icer during her Mediterranean 0930-Services. All Saints' Cha-

Cruises. pel (Sunday School)

f Navy Widows Can'I completed When his, Commander duties at sea Fonvielle were 0915 i045--Naval All Saints Hospital Chapel.Chapel.

reported to the Office of Naval
Boost PensionsWidows I Research in Washington, D. C., I Catholic
-.-.-,, ------ J 4)I I from whence he came to Jackson- 0830 and 0930-Mass, St. Ed-
I (Items offering for gale ville. I ward's Chapel.
Lcdr. John M. Lewis of Navy men can
of property such as Together with his wife and 0930St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism -
Stalled with all new'furnishings in ceive increases to their pensions, chines automobiles, three children, Commander Fon Class). '..
a few weeks After the building's according to terms of a law recently dies, clothing and the like vielle lives at 4206 Genoa St. I 1030-Mass, St. Edward's Chapel.
roof is repaired, the Interior will passed by Congress. How- hibited by Defense 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel
be decorated, and the exterior ever, to obtain the added benefits, regulations. This t Mormon
widows'must apply for the extra however list such Three-eighths of Montana is
painted.Free Snacks to Visitor income by direct request.A available, housing, rides owned by the Federal govern. Wednesday-1930-at Small Cha-

; From 1630 to 1800 daily, which congressional amendment to lost and found articles, ment. oel.> ---
time will be signified as the Hors the Social Security law sets up similar notices).
., .('. d'oeuvre Hour, free snacks will be these benefits, in addition to the I FOR KENT I
given out to Anchorage visitors widow's regular 'pension: $60 a
..- From 1800 until closing time at month for life, $24 for the first 2 bedrm. furn. house, $
;, 2300, steaks, fried shrimp and child, $20 for each additional ties incl. E. L. Knight, 'I
chicken, sandwiches, beer, cold child, and 25 per cent more if the 2-5874.
:. drinks, and a full menu will be husband had served in hazard- Small .3 rm. apt.,,and 1 ,
i offered Gus duty. ent. 2242 Dellwood Av e I S 'pS
',', .",;:, As Lcdr. Lewis announced ear- Requirements for qualifying Izenhouer, Ph. 7-8208. |I
: ,:\ her, the Anchorage will be open for the increases are, as follows: 1 rin. unfurn. house. 2728
.,.. .'f ":;--i.,10' from 1630 to 2300 Sundays Children must be under 18 years Ave, Ortega, Mrs. ]'
.. ; through Thursdays, and from 1630 old; the husband must have been 8-1451. ,,
I, .; to 2400 Fridays and Saturdays. He oh active duty for at least 18 3 rm. apt., pvt. '
+ .also said that present plans call months from Sept. 16, '1940, to Shawnee St. Mis. '
", '. ;r': tot dancing Fridays and Saturdays July 24, 1947; the family must 23226.
,r with an orchestra. not be eligible for a pension Sing.and double rms., I
'r "." The uniform to be warn Inside from any other governmentalsource Avondale Ave. Mrs. Lee
;, the Anchorage at all times will be except the Veterans Ad- Ph. 2-5930. I
"yy." the uniform of the day. A liberty ministration; the h usb and 's : 2 bedim duplex apt. $75
card as well as an ID card will death must have occurred duringthe :. 1616 Cassett Ave. 1... Pi J !
\"'.' .. be required of personnel to buy "benefit" period (a period 2-4M2.
,;' '.a bt-er. that is twice as long as his active 2 rm. apt. furn. 2601
>, ., duty time), and any com- Bessie Houston, Ph. I
. r., : mercially covered Social Secur- 3 r'm. furn. apt., 824 !
: Traffic ity time must be in addition to Mrs. Goldstein Ph. -

Navy time. Sing. rm. furn. Use of MRS. HARRIET II. HOOD DID A DOUBLE-TAKE when she
ViolationsListed t Valencia Rd. Mrs. saw the TIMES-UNION last Thursday morning: There on the

.\ below are traffic violations There was once a cow named 2-1222 after 1800. front page was a picture of her husband, Lt. Reo M. hood USN,
" I'fJ committed aboard this sta- Zephyr 6 rm. bung unfurn., burning some paper. Out there is more to the story. Mrs. Hood-
-, ,'" tion, for the period July] 13 to Who was quite an amiable heifer call and see 'in person. who by the way, is secretary to Captain L. K. Rice, Commanding
" Colonial Mrs. known for time that her husband
July 19. When the farmer drew near, Ave Officer of NATTCenter-had some
,i\I' !r;'' Multiple Offenses: R. J. Wilson She kicked off his ear, 2-0290. was in Korea, but the cut line on Wirephoto revealed ,
,'';'i' .. .. AA; W. A. Roberts, AA; J. And now the farmer's much Sing. rm. $8 per wk., : something else of interest: lie is a member of the United Nations '
."' :; Moonjian, AL3; P. V Reid, AA. dephyr. St. Mrs Ted Alcock Ph. Peace Negotiating: Team. Lt. Hood has been overseas on a regular
Speeding; D. J, Kowalski, AN; Sleeping rms., fiun., 112 tour of duty for ten months, attached to Commander Naval Forces,
,G. A. Neai, AE3; R. Jackson. ; II. And then there was the fellow ley St., off Main St. Ph. Far East A couple of weeks ago he wrote Mrs. Hood that he was .'
Simmons. ,' who got a black eye from a Mrs. Stradtman. being sent to Korea; however, the nature of his mission there was
J Miscellaneous' Offenses: K. G cough. He coughed in a clothes 3 rm. furn. apt. 418 first disclosed when Mrs. Hood saw the photo and news release
Strickland, AA. I closet! (Continued on Page last week.


Page Four JAX AIR NEWS July 26, 1951 "


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Softball Crown
On The RoadThe : '

Jax Navy Fliers are once Airman School
Ship's Company trounced NAS Hospital
more on the move in quest of a
successful season. The locals have I G-0 Friday at NATTCenter to capture the Jax Navy Intra-

won 11 of their last 17 starts. mural Softball- ----- crown.__ __ _u

Monday and Tuesday, the Fliers It was the third game in a best- ----- ------- -
split with Orlando Air Base, winning ? v C of-five series. The Airmen, Pitching was outstanding in both

the first fray, 15-5, and drop 2 .p NATTCenter champions won the sides; what made the differencewas

ping the return go, 6-4. first two games 5-3 and 5-2 from costly errors in the Hospital
Broke Even: Hospital, NAS titleholders for infield and well-bunched hitting

They also broke even with Eg- three straight years. by the Airmen. C
lin Air Force at Eglin. The Fliers Doc Kissee pitched all three FIRST GAME: Perry and Hurl

lost the opener, 3-2, but blasted games for the Medics; Woodrow struck out 13 and Airman i
the hosts in the second affair Perry and Pappy Hurl workedon Catcher George Breen hit three
15-6. the mound for the Airmen. for three, including a home run,

In last Monday's game with Orlando w Score 53.SECOND.

Air Force Base at Orlando Pistol Team To GAME: Outhit 8.7
Fla. the Fliers exploded 15 runs C the NATTCenter men cashed in

0114 hits to blast the Airmen, on three Hospital errors to( win
: t. Perry and Hurl worked again
Shoot In I
155.The locals pushed one run for the Airmen. Score :)-2

across in the first, three in the THIRD GAME: Perry went all
men representing the the way for the Airmen and gave:
third and'two in the fourth. They
Jax Navy Pistol Team will snoot up just two hits. The AN (PI)
scored four more in the sixth, I
in competition at the first annual crew started off with four runt
two in the seventh and ended
their scoring in the eighth with 1 1I. f<< M,<...."", ?.....,- ..... ;..h-.... K-__ Five Flags Pistol Tournament in four hits in the first and col
which will be fired aboard the lected two more tallies
two runs coming home. I IT'S A HIT-Jack Wilson beats the throw to the bag in the 'Naval Air Station Pensacola, single hit in the fourth. on Both a

Becker went the route and allowed final three game series between hospital and NATTCenter for I Fla., Sunday. Perry and Kissee pitched
six hits to( take the win. the station crown. J, S. Chester fails to set the ball in time to Members of sistent con
the local club'sfirst top-flight ball in
Welch took the loss for Eglin I make a play at first. NATTCenter took three games in a row to team, the men are: Major the Medics' infield helped; errors make ""
The hosts the the
avenged loss claim the crown.Curtis. I
Frank M. the difference.
Richard, USMC; Rob- Score 6-0.
following day with a 6-4 verdict I .
ert S. Stringer AKC John H. ,
over The the locals Fliers.scored two in I I Lucas, ADC; Alfred C. Johns, j
runs ODd Wilson Win jGusGushanasToSign
ADC; M/Sgt. James F. Brogdon!
the first inning and came back to
USMC; Melvin K. Bell, AOC; i
tallies in the third and
post single and Donald G. Siebern AO1. |

fourth. Major Richard is officer in- For DodgersSouthpaw
Orlando bounced back with twin
iFinol Tennis Mulch charge and Chief Stringer assis-I
scores in the first frame, netted tant officer-in-charge. Gus Gushanas ace
two more in the second and won I twirler and mainstay of the Jax
The Jax team also will
tire fray with a pair in the fifth. Navy
Webster Starts Fliers Playing under threatening: skies, Len Curtis and Leon participate in the Sixth Naval Navy Fliers for the past three .
will sign contract tomorrow
Webster started for the Fliers. Wilson garnered the Jax Navy doubles championship last District Pistol Matches slated for years with the Brooklyn a Dodgers .
4 and 5
but was relieved by Saunders in week in the final match of tennis competition. The NAS pair Aug.Station Pensacola.at the This Naval Air Gus will be sent to Elmira .a '
the second chuckers who allowed took the but loss. four Thetwo I downed George Daulch and Bob Stevens, both of AN (P) will be a full three-gun aggregate -- Class A team of the Eastern lea

hits, but miscues proved costly in I School at NATTCenter. 6-2, G1. 22, Center, _Fire and .45 1 I gue.Gushanas was handed his release "
the loss. Vince took the win-for Originally, Owen Williams and caliber. The six high competitors
from the
Navy today and
Larnard Munoz. station doubles ceeding several times. Three will be selected from this tourney I
The Fliers traveled to Eglin champions, were to have met the straight games were taken by I to make up the Sixth Naval Dis- will-- -appear- ---on--a-local program.JEffi ---
Curtis and Wilson, thus giving trict team. '
NATTCenter doubles champions
Field for
Friday a twilnight dou-
them the decisive tally in With a hopeful cast
ble-header with Eglin Air Force to decide the Jax Navy title. a eye on success ; 1I
closely-fought match, 6-4. at the Five Flags match. I
and split even in the double af However Williams was recently .
Chief Stringer this week assert-I
discharged from the Navy and
fair. They lost the first tilt 3-2 I
ed: "All members have been
enlisted in the Air Force.
but came back to win the nightcap
looking very good in practice.
15-6. As a result. the runners-up in GOLF GOSSIPA Membership into the pistol ..1

The opening affair found the the station doubles championship team is still open. Chief Stringer

locals pushing two runs across in Curtis and Wilson-were La FemmeAlice added as this station is allowed
the first inning and then go score- paired against the NATTCenter four five-men teai..s plus two {
less the rest of the titlists, Baulch and Stevens. The I
way. alternates on each team for elim- : ,
Snay finally
copped top
The hosts scored in the match was played in the courtsadjal'cnt
one run OR
ination and training. At Ci
honors in the beginners match present
first and two more in the third to the WAVES barracks.
16 the team.
play tournament. Fran Simmswas men are on Eight
to wrap) up the win. Righter was Baulcli won the serve in the runner up. We hope that the more are allowed membership i

charged with the loss giving up first match and took his own. ladies who participated will keepup Anyone interested in joining i i-
six hits. Garcia: took the win. Crisp and effective shots by Cur- their enthusiasm sufficiently.I urged to contact Chief Stringer
The Fliers came back with tis and Wilson soon gave them a at NATTCenter
to join us Tuesday mornings.
booming bats to win the night cap scoring advantage over their op- I a .
easily, 15-6. ponents. Wilson then served, but Emily Pearson was chosen per-
scored three NAS manent hostess for the Golf Waves To Battle
They runs in the he dropped it. The pair recovered -
first two in the second, came backto though, and racked upa Group monthly luncheons and
tally four in the fourth four Decisive score over Baulch and business meetings. Emily be-
in the lieves in the personal touch and Hardware Nine
more eighth and ended the Stevens.
will it that all female
to golf-
with two second Baulch
spree in the ninth. The set saw
Weaver, Fannon, Wilson and take the first serve. He and ers are contacted for the next. Saturday night i at 2000 the
We to have 100'
Neely were the leading stickers, Stevens sent some wellplacedshots meeting. hope Jacksonville WAVES will stagean

rapping out 11 hits. across the barrier, giving attendance. exhibition game with R. H
Becker was the winning chucker them a slight lead over Curtis Statistics to the contrarytheLadies Hall's girls' softball team from St.

allowing seven hits. Hobbs was and Wilson. This lead grew in Golf Group lays claim to Petersburg, Fla., winners of the .
tagged with the loss for Eglin. the next moment when Curtis fame for the longest drive on any state tournament last year on thepowerhouse
their fairway. Alice Lusk drove one I
and Wilson broke through diamond at the Naval
from Jacksonville to Connecticut
Air Station. i
MAS Unit serve.Serving next was Curtis. From- several weeks ago. Truth of the The WAVES will battle with +

then on. the NAS pair came back mattes is-when Betty Holton Curray Thomas Hardware nine tomorrow : t.e,
returned home to New Englandshe
(Continued from Page 1) strongly and played more of a claim night at Brentwood Parkto a
ball she
forgot to a
cal Unit. Taking 6,000 pounds of net game. 3aulch and Stevens had won in a Tuesday match. defend..their second .place posuion
equipment, consisting of four fought brilliantly to catch their In the City Girls Softball --- -- ---- --
Alice tucked it in her bag and Gushanas
almos Lefty Gus
off guard sue-
large fogging machines and four opponents delivered said ball to Betty. I League.
space spray units the bug hunt- Some drive! Such service! Last Friday night acMichael'a at 1815 over WJHP. Arrange
ers took off in two IUD trans- Classified BulletinContinued Winners in last week's matches Sundries dealt the WAVES their ments are being mad to hav

port planes for NAS Olathe. were Fuz Weber and Elaine fifth defeat of the season. Guidedby the actual signing of the con-

about 20 miles from the strickenarea. ( from Page 3)) lis for low net and runner Hil-I the no-hit twirling of Smith, tract televised.
Sundiies held their first has
Mac's Gushanas a variety of
Steadtman. Ph. 45676. was almost a case of the
Although only ground control I place honors in the league with a pitches but his most effective
4 rm. and bath furn. duplex apt.. of the fittest for the heat was
equipment was: specified, Comdr. Church. l'auHoward\ terrific. I final score of 7-1 plus winning a offerings are a sharp breakingcurve
Hirst said that they would be 117 E. Golf Don't linger the previous tussle from the WAVES, ball and a fire ball: closeto
Tips: on
Ph. 3-3507.::; I
able to handle aerial spraying 12-0. the handle.In .
and of If are a camper at
Sing. and double rms. use greens. you
and even rodent control if it the Girl Scouts. The WAVES again defeated fourteen starts this season.
Osceola St. Ph. heart join
should be necessary. Lt. Edward home, 1613 I their Pensacola rivals in a return Gus has racked up eleven wins<
Chapman assistant to Comdr. 7-3110, Mr
Hirst, is remianing here to ren- FOU SAI.K: Alice Snay Wins to bring their total wins and losses He has a record of 121 strikeouts
der field assistance a* required.Two 5 rm. bung. 3102 College St. A. to 16-5. to his record for the 1951

From Green Cove H. Gregsby Ph. 2-6107. season.
The six enlisted men, two of 6 rm. brick home. 1040 Brierfield Beginners TourneyAfter Several Major League scout

whom are from the Green Cove Dr. Mrs. Cunningham, Ph. 8- have been eyeing Joe all season
Springs Naval Station, and one 9274, after 1700. one week's delay In the Shiene WinnerIn in his tOlling on the mound with

from Camp Lejeune were to act 2 bedrm. home near NAS on fight for the ladies' beginners'golf the Fliers. Gushanas will sign

as technical advisors to eight or Lakeshore Blvd. $6,951)" Call crown, the winner has Blind BogeyCharlie for an indefinite period with the

10( teams to be organized at NAS Burke. Ext. 575. been decided. Brooklyn club.
Olathe. Logistic support is also MISCELLANEOUS; Alice Snay downed Fran Shiene copped the I .

being furnished the control unit Simms, Saturday to take the weekly blind bogie with a net
by the Kansas station. Baby sitter available, Carol Dod- championship diadem 77. He shot an 81. picked seven Still Slugging it
Bon 121 IB Hancock Both contestants came
Those from NAS Jax who
by for a handicap to make it a
now are no doubt squirting lethal 556. the hard way to meet in the
winning score.
doses of DDT broadside, while Riders wanted-Vicinity of South- championship play. Bob Wallace scored runner- Out at Press TimeLast
side and Riverside. Betty Wood, Snay emerged victorious over
struggling to keep afoot in the
with 78. He
honors net
Ext. 5S2. Marianne Cogswell in her first up a minute word front Parns
mud in heavy hip boots and other
80( and two for
foul weather gear were Walter 1.o8t-1D card Railway pass passport meet bested Joann D'Orsay in shot an picked Island site of the Southern Are

R. Lowry, HMC; Eugene L. Clan- Italian driver's license. the quarter-finals and defeated his handicap. baseball eliminations shows then

cey UN; and Albert M, Dipatri, Finder contact Domenico Tefa Marie Sourbeer in the semi Wallace also stole the showin are three teams entered in the

AN. From Green Cove Springswere In Bid*. 168 or 911, finals match nearest the pin honors competition Jax Navy.. Green

Joseph Satanek, Jr., HM2; Driving to Calif leaving 1st Aug., Simms reached the quarter when his ball rolled to a halt Cove Springs and Parns Islandare

and Alexander S. Nudo, HM-1. Frank Oliver, 4305 St. Johns, finals in beating Phyllis Bain, ten feet from the pin. slugging it out on the diamond .

Lester C. Avera, UN, was pickedup Ph. 4-5169 or 8-3815, downing Harriet Toof in the Billy Chase Jr. blasted a'265 ,
at Camp Lejeune, N. C. Riders wanted-Driving to Louis semi-final and finally losing to yarder down the middle to The series opened with a gam*

ville, Ky. by way of Atlanta, on Snay in the last round of play. wrap up competition in that between JaIC Navy and Parri

Richie Ashburn of the Phil- Aug. 18. Will take 2 passengers a department.Lou Island and the Islanders emerged.

lies became the first player of the J. A. Gillisple, Ph. 3-8211 Piloted by chauffeur Chuck Chaff sank a fifteen victorious 5-0. i

league to make his 100th hit of or 4-7650. Roberts Connie Mack is motoring footer to claim honors in the There was no further word re.

the season when he singled in Baby Sitter Janell Schultz, Ground the league with the longest putt play. ceived at the time' the paper wentto 1

the third inning, July 12. 1215B Hancock St., Ext. 8326. Athletics.1 press.