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: June 2, 1949
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Lucky Ticket Holder To Receive New Car June 10


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VOL. 7-No.9 2 June 1949

Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville And Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District

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'Citizens Oriented

nN? taleiR, At Navy Forum


: Visiting High Officials SpeakOn

Wr 1 __ Yt Vital Current SubjectsHow

the Navy operates, where the money goes that is

I appropriated for its use plus the latest strategic plans and

developments was defined thoroughly by six high ranking

I Navy officials for the ol"dinary.citizens who sat in on the

two-day "Know Your Navy Symposium", the final session of

which was conducted last Thursday at the NATTC audi

t01'1 u nl.

Designed to acquaint the citizensof --- -- -
t f this area with information of I|I The Germans discovered "fis
vital Interest the "Know Your sion" in 19.">9, but not realizing the I
Navy Symposium" was the firstof potency of harnessed atomic en-
i its kind to be held here. The (Continued on Page 2))

two programs of three lectures i, _
each, featuring three speakers at I I -
each program, was divided into' Competitive Basis

afternoon and evening sessions,
May 24 and 26, with Capt. CharlesL
Lee, acting Commander, Fleet Given Divisions
; RESERVES' : ABOARD-Called to duty for a 11-day cruise at the Naval Air Station four Air Jacksonville presiding over the
few moments of relaxation to notes ol the In 'first' session and Rear. Adm. Calvin I'
reserves get: together for a compare day's duty. keeping 'In Bond
I : Informed on current trends of the Navy and working along with regular Navy personnel, the T. Durgin, now Deputy thief Campaign
four WAVES placed in various sections( are from left to right: Marion K.: Boyd, YNT second class of Naval Operations (Air), planner
: E.: Lt. ) ; 1.. Glover and and arranger of the forum' ,
who has already completed her tour; Lt'dr.Iary Sdilayer (Ijgl Mary I'ruella Buoyed up following a "pep"*
Withers YNT first class, who has also finished her cruise herr. presiding over the final day's program -
talk by Ixdr: Bruce W. Challen.i .
- -- --- --
Atom HxMight K\pre: : .i.ml i astern representative of the Navy
Back for Lowdown I I I
New USO Center I Speaking at the final forum, department's office of savings
Rear Adm. William S. Parsons who
To Be Available i I chose as his topic "Atomic bonds, Naval Air Station bond
Women Reserves
I Re-Acquainted ; Thought I Today" delivered an oration representatives buckled down in
I In which he pointed out that their effort to increase enrollmentof
Cruise ; For Servicemen the people today have become Navy bond purchasers dining
During 14-Day Training frightened at the very word "at the current "Opportunity Diive"
| A Salvation usaServin'men'lI
new Army "
om. As far as giving away the I Extended until June 14, the local

Continuing on the heels of two other U. S. Naval Reserve members 'Jacksonville within club will a few be open weeksto in secrets, the member of the w eapI drive has been placed on :a

who departed following the completion of their training stintat members of tho armed services, :I oils' evaluation group for the National competitive basis among various

the Naval Air Station last Monday, two more Reserve WAVES. I it has been learned. 'I Military Establishment military departments and divisions

I Lcdr. Mary E. Schlaver of Harrisburg Pa., and Lt. (jg) Mary E. Located above the beach and'''mount clearly' secret remarked of the that bomb the para-was with suit the civilians I.cdr.o'l'anlc expected J. Hill to, follow
activity -
Glover of Scranton Pa., now in the midst of a H-dav training cruise
AirBase bus station, the
new divulged with the first actual ex- (savings\ bond officer Is directing -
here remained to complete their assignments as education service service center will be ,
inspectedthis plosion. Whether it would work /: the military drive while,
officer and Air Transport officer, respectively. week-end by Brigadier L. W. ''or not was always the question I Arnold O. Anderson, Industrial Relations -
Bal k.for the second time in the -- I iTuirel of Salvation Army USO Admiral Parson continued, and I officer will be in charge IIi

Reserves since December of 1948, their cruise, were assigned: to headquarters in New York and that question, hence the secret' the civilian division of the c cam
Personnel covering each section of Major C. L. Andrews of the Salvation was answered with the explosionof paign.
Commander Schlayer began her the department during their stay. offices in Atlanta ''
Army the first bomb. I I (Continued on Page 2)
cruise :Monday May 23, while Lt. Prior to their 14-day C'ruisethe Ga. I __ __ --

(Jg) Glover started hers on May Reserve yeomen were employed in The Servicemen's. club, now operating I
Commander who government positions in Atlanta, 'I at 602 West Adams street, '!
]1. Schlayer II Georgia. YNT first class Withersas First Midshipmen I
plans to study for a Doctor's de. Insurance clerk in the Veterans will be in operation until the Group
gree, is assistant state director { grand opening of the new center,
Administration Insurance Division
I ,
of the Pennsylvania area college director Mrs Helen E. Becker le- I
and YNT second class Boyd as Due To Arrive MondayThe
center. Economic Consultant for 'I clerk-typist at the office of pro vealed. I;i
legislation on post high school education curement Naval Office. When in operation the new center I
and educational commandant I on Adams street will boast a first contingent of second --
representative for the Navy. I Aid NavyOn spacious dance floor shuffleboard i class midshipmen from the U. S. / group's summer program.
14 n"ys Duty leaving the base Miss Withers courts, ping pong tables, and :Naval Academy, 92 strong, are Monday's group of Academy arrivals
Miss Schlayer. senior training i!' remarked that she liked NAS many other recreational facilitiesas I due to arrive aboard the Naval Air the first of a total of 75U
officer directs ten colleges In very much and that everyone was well ad lockers and shower Station Monday in the Caroline who will visit here during the
Pennsylvania, and serving in the very exordial to the Reserves. In rooms for convenience of servicemen. j Mars in the beginning of a series months of June. July and August,
capacity of Administration Supervisor (Continued on Page 2)) of visits planned as! part of the ''is part of the first battalion. The
passed on legislation of the'' --------- ------- ---- --- -- -- --- second group of the first battalion
4 atate before the vote. In the ,. ,.,.. er' .. < <.,e---" .-.... ,...... ...': ...N'V..V..v x. ..-..... I ...,xeE :...'''''t. \". I 1114 scheduled to arrive here June
WAVER from 1942 to 1946, the : ; i ill'! .

.I reserve officer served as education I Two more groups of the second
service officer of the 14th I I battalion are due here July 15 ant
Naval District Pacific Fleet in 1 126 respectively( the third battalion t
Pearl Harbor for two years. "'" i I August 26, and the fourth battalion -
Meeting flight planes and checking slated for arrival here Sep
the cargoes and passengers are tember 8.
of the of Lt
some responsibilities While here, the midshipmen, whare <)
Glover to MATS
assigned since
expected to be aboard justa
11. Miss Glover, who plans'to
few days, will be oriented I>"
return to college in the fall to
various functions of the base andwill
work for her BA degree was stationed
be conducted on a generaltour I
at NAS from the middle of
of its activities
1946 to the middle of 1947 at the I
Air Transport Office during her NAS Jacksonville Is but one of
four year enlistment 21 key Naval air station which
Both officers graduated from -- the midshipmen are expected to
NRMS North Hampton with Miss visit as an important and essential .
Glover furthering her training at ? i phase of aviation training .dur

Communications School at Mt ing their' summer program.The .

Holyoke, Mass .. ,... Kri (,cruises are expected to enhance -
Pruella Withers, YNT, first class, r. the development of a sense
and Marion E, Boyd YNT second .i <(.l,'' : ot responsibility, and to crystaltze
'\ '
class, who have already completed ,..1..'> "..'f..(..''.,' ..:t. .it., ',t,;: ." ....<.,j,' !i I a professional indoctrination
-- --- ... ; I> : the
/ {;: j' ..; ; : 4 : through blending of theoryand
Navy Women Eligible > <. ,"r.'i; i' ; practice. '

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For Overseas Duly :< ;. 'tt 6t : : ,
+,_ .:tf (,v ., <<' ,;! ,biJ.z. C isoi5sY' Bank To
Overseas service will be offered : u,. '" } .,- ,-O: t." *')''',f,
: <',... .fI> ; 'I't ;'' ',' "
} 4f
enlisted WAVES .
ti> beginning Southern
( ,
: ; .... .. t,!,: Holiday
fall for the first time since the :, : ,.,. .v :. ; :

war it has been revealed. W'<;;.',".-!It.a.J;;...':::1 J@j; <<..$,P::. '.:,'.+>>4""it'at.' ji.. .... .U .. I Th* Naval Air Station bank will
Under the new Navy program Iw clcsed Friday June 3 in oh.
WAVES will be assigned to England FIRE PREVENTION-Fire Captain Thomas L. Jordan demonstrates to a .group of NAS supervisors servan'e of Jefferson Davis' birtli-
Caribbean, Alaska, Hawaii, the correct method ot extinguishing a gasoline: fire with the use of a CO extinguisher. The diy, imnager Kd Clements (ilra-
Marianas, and the Panama. Canal demonstration is part ot the six-week fire protection and prevention program the supervisors are closed The Bank will be open
Zone. I undertaking until 17 tW Thursday



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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 2 June, 1949


Jax Editorial Air Office News, rr -0T b hi TF I Classified! Bulletin | j 4

South Wing, Lower Deck ', ALl Bulletins will be accepted only until spade la filled,, Cull ext, Bttt. "

Bldg. tIfU: -I-furniture .
FOR BAIE: t'omplt'teo. Aim '
Telephone Extension-4184ABdrcw C Corker puppies, Reglnteied All black lawn umbrella. $225 H. J. Roger.*.
II. maser Editor I 7rJ Sired bv Jet Pilot. C, L. Sftxton.: 1213 Cumberland Rd.
!)&. ....wl, AIt, ('''t' wki0r, AA, 8-1245, 4608 Wheeler Ave Luggage Trailer U) wheel Like new .
Staff Writers Two child pedal cars Station wagon Canvas top Can be seen at 1348 B ;
St NAS Swarti.
Tb JAX AIR NEWS ti publishedweekly type. Ao) two scoot's In good condition Randolph
FOR :RKNTMod..r"
Cecil Field
Williams 302B,
at the U. S. Naval Air Sta-
Uon. Jacksonville Florida. and print.ed The recreation calendar for this Phone 13. riverfront Apt "Fvery Con.
commercially with non-approprtiteu A new 6-room brick house, garage attached venlenc. Will share with another J
funds at no expense to the government week U really full of activities Southslde, One year's lease, burl Il5Hft lady Phone Mrs Miner. .1 r'
and In compliance with SecNav/ Circular All hands are invited to take advantage or will sell\ out-right. W. Oborrvt. : 5 P. M. .
Letter 45-1918 dated 12: December 1943, -1754. Box 705, P, O 2 room furnished apt all utlltles tur
of the fun offered The <
nlshed 2 ni Algonquin A'J;.>
distributed free of chargeat suite cashing l
Copies the are Naval Air Station the Naval recreation menu read something DIctdO'If! : ;, { f.tttd springs, Chance Phone 2-MM.

Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Auxiliary like this* Thursday, June 2,-- singer sewing machine and sun lamp S bedroom electric kitchen. garage ',
Air Station, Cecil Field, and the Bingo at 1930 at the recreation 9.3719. Shaver, tile phone bath 3-36J4, and on big Adams yard;; Rd Mis. Baker, .

U. S. Naval Hospital hall, Monday, June 6- Carroms 3-plece living room suite with covers Ideal' ,..r.mllv lummer home. large
party at 1930 at the recreation Small child bed with Inneismlne and inactive./ MAS.ferry. Call lord'
mattress, 134M Randolph, NAS.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of hall, Tuesday, June 7- beach trip Mann, 96't60t ,
the Shipe' Editorial Association and or 5 rooms unfui nlfthed, available f* v
the Armed Force Preu Service Reproduction to Atlantic beach, 1000 to 1500, "ABC" Spinner washing machine anda NAS peinxnent employed coupla. .
of material from these and Wednesday, June 8,Veterans set of portable rinse tubs. 2 )'eal" Phone 3-701, M. McDrrmonS "
MMircei must bear a credit line. Republication Camp Shows with presentation at old $50! Jenkins, ext. J39 room apt. Electric refrigerator ant ,
of other matter, except by 1400 in the Wards and 1000 in the 47 Packard, Deluxe clipper, Radio, private entrance 7-7916 Adults preferred. {
service publication )II prohibited without heater, seat covers defroster New DeVMIt:
permlitlon of Editor JAX AIR auditorium tlie. I.t Fuller ext, 701 or Room ;) bedroom home In Riverside Manor.Completely t'fR"t

NEWS. I Recreation hall Is open for use -- ....... j : 64 S. B. O. Q. fuinUhed Call for 2 munthf
1 anchor brand wardrobe trunk In excellent from tune 15th 3-4366. Mra. f. '
every day except Wednesday (field NEW SECRETARY-A lawyer' condition Call Jack heard Embr)',
day) from 1900 to 1700. Sunday banker, prominent in civic and 61140. 2 bedroom or house. Couple na "
hours are 1300 to 1700 Always sedan and 1940 children or pelt' Mit Armlhgton fe >i
I religious affairs Francis Patrick 37 PilchI'ddoor J.360 Riverside Ate, I hone a-4316:
x available are recordings, plus Plymouth 4-door deluxe sedan, Reasonable
Mathews of Omaha Neb., I room Bungalow I Responsible u rlle(
cards and games of all descriptions has been recently named Secretary Chester, 4-6000. Mrs Parks, 4326 Delia Ave Murray
I Puritan hot water' heater, like new Hill Call 21441:
of the Navy by President $15 Tank flee Davis 85116: : Unfurnished new 2 bedroom house on .
The beach pal ty slated for June I Truman. The 62-year-old Nebraskan '36 Plymouth Coach Good lianspni., llmuguanu Rd. Couple only t60.aie. .
7 is really a treat It's to be held I succeeds the late John tat Ion, Reasonable Relmer, ext AW1144B \\ Phone 2-8f.6.
at Atlantic beach at the home of L. Allegheny Rd. File loom tat nlshl'd house, utilities
Sullivan. of furniture, $150. 1040 Fold Included $105 month Located
3 rooms at
I per
.Mrs, Towers. Plans are to have -- --- .-_____ -- Station wagon $:100, Very utod: motor T-tl'J: College St. 1'hone Lt. OK) .,
'i beach trips once a month throughout Montgomery. 1257 CumbeilandRoad Lloyd ekt, :

JINK toil the summer. 653II a:t.l' y 41l'anted
: of the ISavy Bedroom suite, $85 Living loom suite, ;
Mi.(here Club Instructions In handlfint Louis Joseph and Harry C. Millsof $35. Washing machine, $J5, Wiggins, : Ride from :ISih: at Main 'rFeail
hobbles, gadget" and gimmick Ward B-7 came out on topas 3545A Craven SI, Dewey Perk to NAS. llouis 0745 to 16.10 ( ,
Make a Kilt lor the folks champs in the pinochle tourna- Two twin sized coil spilnKS $3 euiL Mlsi Riley, building 110 eat 2 K. M. Globus 6-rn'J.:
ext H3NJ Mrs
FftltAi', Jl>.: 3d17v1Hol'lt'bll'k ment held recently.OCCUPATIONAL. Studio couch jrood condition Inner Riders wanted: Driving I to Little Rock '
riding at Ihe G IIlkjbuineis ." TIIERAM- .O spring. 551>: DeMetiee. ext, RIO1)) Arkansas on June 18. two passengersto ,
stamping tsioundi! MSg.noil I I -- help, drive and share expenur 'fE
I a stnblpnNATI,' G. L. Nye AA, has been devotingall ) tear d. ext 702.Wanted .
K1)A\ Jl >K 4th I )
Ride from vicinity Spring
'' of his spare time to completing : '
Own house-Meetour rhlpmatesbring National Society Pat k and \MUon AIn Soulhslde.
hooked The
I Bt our shipmates! insg:7':: ll;;; a striking rug. 074516.10 LM,; 8144. UoiolhV VMnhonVSunted ?
Shrimp at 1100 I pattern istthat of an old schooner Rldei Driving to Philadelphia, ,
leave club for 1..Itr"aanna' Park at complete with sails and rig ridingon Cites Air StationFor June 17th Returning July 4th. Lee
that time 2CHK to 22KV-Vt eekly puitSI ',
> Hydraulic Oil Leak Jack Ven Chester, phone 4-6M10. Y ;
the briny deep. Truly a masterpiece i
JIM' 8th1000Jays
Hour, home.made do. sten is now counting the hours Instead AssistanceExpressions Baby available Sltlei I week Any days night; after and June will 6thCaiol be.
caned music the by of the days until his June
null and on piano All who wish to make points' Dodson, hit. KUSReopening : "
MIHS Maiv Smith 1400-Home Town wedding. Congratulations and for Hotel at 112.1
of Nuisei
gratitude itchy >
with their '
music, 1&)0BuffetSupper girl friends or wife
Hour I'jl'esper I best of luck to both Charlie S. McDuff: New lupeiilslon Kinder'
; hourof the Naval Air Station' participation -
; 1930-Sonjlest. happiest need just upend a little time in j 11111 ten a sprclall >'iom 7-6:10. Mrs
Riddle has been firm
the week Special-All Day bus trip always a and assistance In the '
the O T. chop. working on several Allen Mlsnled ( :
Check club for detail and register' be. believer In home remedies for any. of the Na- '.' a
things possibly a ateiling silver 59th annual Congress \) Ride: Three wish tianspottalion '.
foieJ?: J Friday, June 3rd.
I I I I thing. Now he's not so sure tional Sons of the American '> to and from Ohio. Return about
bracelet that will win their Society
MOMA\. Jl Nf: 6t. fancy.K. Seems that his foaming at the 17th June Contact R. A. Luke, phone
convention heldin
Game nlcht- Special l feMuie, with Pope VAB has been I Revolution 2-47M
busy I mouth recently was due to mistaking *
l'allN'Indy making and coin pop. I I Jackaonville recently has been --- ..
working: on a fishing tackle and' '
pIng, I baking: powder for baking
forwarded: by Ray. O. Edwards
TI'IOUAI.:" oI'St 7th accessary box complete with plea soda. At least it did cure his indigestion chairman of the committee on. CitizensContinued "
1930--Skating petty l at Jan Roller tic trays and compartments for ,didn't it Congratulations 1'
Rink, ISO night, Oowrlut d leaves the every type of gadget needed for a arrangements,
are In older for L. J, Cop-
at IfllO haip I The In read, ( from Tttt 1)
successful letter part,
l fishing trip. j his
"tIUA\: JI M: 11thMlnlatu..p OaksD pola on snappers rating. "Your kindness and courtesyin ergy, they did not rallY out the .
the Shady )
coif on ,
<'JI W Mt Peal !Street' 'rian! |>oilatlon I Hangar IZt-The radio shop Is assisting with the 59th annual 'i program, the Admiral also pointed

1 leave cljib at. 1930 on the dot. Navy WjvesClubs going to lose John Coburn who Congress of the National Society ,i out. Noting progress of the atomic '
'-- nas decided he will Into businessfor
Sons of the American Revolution energy program today, he expressed f
Celebrate BirthdayNavy himself downstate Coburn's has made friends for the his belief that scientists
Not New Nuggets many ;
it will be called The
I U, S. Navy in general: and for j' should not be hamstrung In their
softball team their last
PERHAPS WE SHOULDN'T WiveaClub* of America won fray Naval Air Station Jacksonville ef foi U. ,
and John Kilday has been whistling
SHOUT-but we do want you from Adak Alaska to Key West, Happy Days Are Here Again in particular" I Capture Nazi: Sub 1

to take advantage of our large Fla.. and from Maine to Hawaii I He had about given up hope for "To those who planned the pro. Rear Admiral Daniel V. Gallery /

stock of clothing and gifts for will celebrate the 13th anniversaryof awhile when the score was dead gram and to all those who participated In charge of the Navyii guided t

Father on his day, June 19th. the organization during the first I locked in it, we are moat Missile operations Illustrated with y :

Jf interested in low week In JUne. i grateful Your participationin of ..
you are j Hangar 123--Bill Gentry and film capture an enemy submarine -
can't be beat We the Armed Serv- the Parade of the Colors and i.
prices ours Sponsored by Malcolm Butler, it has been discovered marking the first time since ,
have ties for 25 cents, suits for Ices department of the YMCA, can spot a de-icer in the Massing of the Colors on I the days of John Paul Jones that .

$200 and up, shirts for 25 and the Navy Wives Clubs are many I shorts blocks away Looks like Sunday May 15, is considered by an American venue! captured an

50 cents, socks for :5 I cents and and varied and offer something of they are both suffering from eyestrain many to be the best we have I enemy ship and boarded her The

various he-man gadgets at rock Interest to all members There I these warm days Especial ever seen The color guard I U S. captured the Nazi ship and "

bottom prices are classes!' in ceramics, textile I ly after trying to look in two dif and the Bugler .from the U. S. 'went aboard off the coast of Africa

Plenty of summer dresses painting: and various crafts, as fet'ent directions at the same time, Marine Corps has given to the I in 1944, The secret German

too, so Mother and the Children veil a* nurseries, thrift shops Red John BeGanicsi has decided that business sessions of our Congressa code was thus captured according : '

will have that holiday Cross work and civic projects. The his head is not so solid after all. military dignity and precision to Admiral Gallery, and was in r

look. for Dad. club contributing the most out What's more he has three stitches admired and appreciated by all U S, possession! throughout the

The NOT NEW SHOP in the standing work of the year by the to prove it of us.'' I war without the Germans knowing .

Hobby Shop Building Hours Navy Wives Club of America Don "Red" Wiggins, station "To the officers and men who It.

1000 to 1400 every Tuesday and Dues and initiation fees are low keeper the inventor and voice of were our hosts on shipboard and I Using charts, and statistic,

: Thursday'. for an organization of this type Weekend Willie'\ the NARTU on the station, we especiallywish Capt. William A. Schoech in his

r, with membership open to wives of robot mascot, is leaving the Navyin to extend our thanks Thursday evening talk illustrated

men in the Navy, Marines and I the very near future to attend May I extend to you the sincere just where the federal tax dollar ,

Womenagreement Coast Guard, regular or resene. | the University of Florida He'll appreciations and thanks of our goes regards the Navy. Presently

_________ I study electrical engineering. Wiggins National Society and wish the I director of plans coordination division -

with her colleague, Miss i has made a hit with his best of everything for the Navy Bureau of Aeronautics, .
Boyd explained that the cruise Navy Doc'Zan't: ; find any "Weekend Willie" who has been and Marines forever"I Captain Schoech showed how the '.

helped, her keep In touch with the cause at all'for your trouble It1 I on display all over town various I __ h peak of Navy spending was three

r changes in the Navy "In" case I must be due to drinking too functions, He will be missed by tried to kiss her by the mill | times higher during World WarII t 1\1I\
ever want to go back in. much. than the first war, '
t. | when he departs But \ rAt
everyone I
: One
, Both Reserves, now active one lovely, starry night; In the first session held May I"-
. I I Sailor: 'Well, maybe I'd better I perhaps he'll be one of those people She shook her head
night a week in their home town come back when joure sober" about whom you can someday ,,24 Rear Adm. Charles H. Brown
' reserves served in the Navy from I i| say "I krjgw him when ." I And sweetly said", t chief of staff to the president, Naval -
"Not dam
1943 through 1945 receiving their.I The night wadk; and -. ., -- -- I by a _site. i War College spoke on "The
boot training and Yeoman instructions Role of the Navy in Future Warfare -
at Cedar Falls Iowa. After The Billy Goat was blind A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER Ah, you Arabians! You are : Strategic Thinking In the
+ i He backed into a barbed wire Cross over to the sunny side' of such intense lovers Of course
WAVES finished
the two Today Alvin
training, Navy ; Captain O. .
f' their terms of enlistment at the I fence the street.-Sign up for Payroll you do everything In tents Prell director of the personnel division .
, And scratched hls--Nevermlnd. Savings TODAY.
Miami Naval Training Center Bureau of Aeronautics .
Overall of the "- ---- Father: 111 teach you to make delved the ;
purpose reserve ., subject "Resourceof
training duty as explained by Lt y ;r: '; '1 love to my daughter Trained Personnel Today", and
i'' Josephine Chenault! WAVES Personnel ""IIJ"'II'"'! '" : rx. .,. J" Sailor "I wish you would sir, Rear Adm. Herbert S. Duckworth

Officer, is to keep the girls x. ': i'i + .. t ;: I'm not doing so well. chief of Naval Advisory group, ;:-

currently Informed on naval affairs :" ;" : Air Forces University, Maxwell .

.,. and naval trends In the event ,', .::.,.. "", :,.." "; h." i" Field, Ala. delivered a talk on ,

(>f an emergency She further ascertained ..". ';; ,4::,,, ', "; / ... ", ,1 ", 'he Military Education System: t

that the women reserves ; : ; A Means of Integration of the r,;
were not only aiding their own .. J" ,/:.:4" Armed Forces. r

knowledge but were also aiding -

the Navy ; :
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CompetetiveContinued I if"
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4 ( from Page 1) ; : .,; f m ll'1Rwatlrf tb. Stalks aid Chip-HuntAaa)'., fllrmlifhaaBead :

Held in conjunction: with the .. rr telaat
"'... ,
nation-wide "Opportunity Drive"endorsed I W : v, 4
the President the , Ly 'n' ..' 'r.r .. .w.. ,,,, ," 1045-Onertl Worship Service. Chap
drive here will see efforts pressed I '" ,. ,,
u Id encourage every officer, enlisted l "':/ <, '.,....-. ,. A" L; :.;..; .w ,.,1'1,"'", M 0900-Mass
and civilian employeesof .
man rr- 1100-Man
the Navy and Marine Corps to .trt1" >" .,t, ". V" I'JJl p 07110-Cecll Field
enroll on a voluntary] basis.It I I.' Chaplain B. D. Mahidy will official t '

has teen pointed out that I at both masaes '
--- .
than e e
there is no better way
DUEL: JET.nOCKET-Jlelieved to be the first plane ever to An outdoor Nursery for small chil

r military be powered by both Jet and rocket propulsion at the same time,' dren 1X1O U maintained between uyuo and ( "

aside! part of their Income for savings the Navy's Skyrocket (D-558-2) is the advanced version of the OPPORTUNITYTORAUAMEIlfCAH I..P'

each pay day and at the name Navy's D-558-1 which: twice in 1947 shattered the world speed record NAVAL HOsriTAL! CIIAI'EL

time make a valuable contributionIn The needle-nosed Skyrocket, built by Douglas, is being usedto (Ward A1)Pretestaat
obtain information about new plants and speeds near the ( I Jr",
support! of cur country's cconcmv power 1000-Divine Worship Chaplain ,.

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ANCHORAGE FROLIC Hundreds of enlisted personnel, their friends and listed Recreation committee, the affair featured music by the station orchestra and "

guests turned out for an evening's entertainment at the crew's dance last Friday at I refreshments Part of the attendants, left, are shown in their terpsichorean endeavors I

the Anchorite. Second in a series of bi-monthly dances sponsored by the NAS En- while more partake!in a few refreshments on the right. ',"
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f Aired On Sunday Weekend i

Navy Radio Show I

'I I Notes
The popular nation-wide radio Winqlafk e.

program, "The Navy Hour," ,
SALTY HUMOR FROM j previously aired on Saturdays, from

1 is now broadcast each Sundayover I
I the ABC network for a

half-hour starting at 1700, Eastern NJSI

Six-year-old Mary woke Uf] I Daylight Saving Time. From Design and Engineering
about two in the morning:, 'Tel I I Featuring the U. S. Navy we hear that John Vinyard is driv-

me a story! mamma," she pleaded I Band, the program is presented CVLG-52 Lcdr Scheen commanding I I ing his new Chevrolet to attend :''
"Hush, darling said mother I by the U. S. Navy Recruiting officer of VA-C2L has returned to Chief and Mrs. L. S Kinchen his son's graduation at the University :

"Daddwill be home noon and lei! Service in cooperation with the trom a two wfeks''acaUon on birth of their daughter, Bycie I of Missouri this week ,. ',
; us both one.' | American Broadcasting Company from the sunflower state of Kansas I O'Neil. Chief Klnthen Is Dave Douglas expects to get to :

I ,' Hightranking Navy officials In fact the Kansas mud was attached I.Gainesville to attend his daughter's "

SN (visiting new home) : "Why serve as hosts for special still on the car when he rolled Into to VF-52L. !wedding. e:'
lo you have such a high crib lot: I I guests of radio, stage and hangar No. 113. News From The Fire Box--Enlisted j
screen I men being instructed by Q,
*" ind eww a<- I
the baby I Lt H. G. KincalJ, executive officer
'I I The show originates from the W Cajitrell have been calling him"professor" >
hear }11mwht'n
Chief "So we can of VA-52L, will attend the '
'Sail' Loft of the Naval Gun : since he started sport-
he falle out, 'I Bl-ccntennlal at Washington
I Factory Washington, D. C., I Ii ceremony thing those horned rims The "pro- '
& Lee June
i where the current series started i : University fessor" claims he can see much 1
'Who's the 18 Scheduled to receive amasters <
Caller lesponsiblt He 1
last January. (SEA) better since he got them (
man here?" degree at the University seemed to be doing okay without /!
Office boy: 'If you mean the of Florida this June Is Lt. ((3,1) them from all observations) i
fellow who always gets the blame, Generous Donations I Il'eacock. Lt (Jg) Schickler will Somebody remarked that the R. '<*;

Jt's me," I' receive a B,M,E with honors W in Ellis'_ name stands for .".'

To March Of Dimes Following) officers were promot- I "round waisted" C. C Anders told
Chief: "Tell me, what became ol. ed to Lt. (jgl) : L. L. Caventa, T. George Gemming the other day :,'':
your ethics ?"' I A. Larkin, A. J. Peacock, George I that he raises rabbits George says ;'
SN: "011, I traded) it long ago Rates Appreciation Peebles, William F. Schickler and : he always thought those darned .';
for a Hudthon." I William\ R. Thompson. Officers attached Yer '. things raised themselves Anders ,
Words of thanks via letter of
a to the Air Group reporting .1' retorts that he has one that kills

Two black crows were flying 'of appreciation for the Sixth Na- i iI 'for two weeks training May 28 the others off before they havea

cross country when a P-80 went) val District's participation in the Included Lt, (jg) Fredric T De- chance to multiply. Some killer!
hon Lcdr John B. McFerrin, Ensign I Capt. Tommy L. Jordan is having :
zooming past, its jet plopul lon [March of Dimes campaign held' > ",a '*'
Lawrence D Fay and Lt (jg) feud with Chief Mistovich
spurting flames from its exhaust in January has been forwardedby I. a
G. W Emory (of Yard department) to see who 1I
exclaimed crow
"Boy, one of
If Basil O'Connor, president I
that bird in a huiry" The skipper announces that VA I can tell the biggest sea stories. ";
"Yes" said the other crow, "and the National! ,Foundation for Infantile pilots will see a lot of the "blue Capt. Jordan has the lead at pres-

I bet you'd be too if jour tall' Paralysis.The I Ii sky yonder" to put the unit above kwr.t I ent, but the Chief is creeping up

was on ilie" Naval Air Station which is the level of other VA squadrons in very rapidly We were won-
i I, flight hours dering why George Gemming has
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in the Sixth Naval District raised been bringing that shovel to work *
school instructor. I I Ensign R. W. Thompson is reporting
A training 'a total of $335334 during the with him these days. He usually "
examination to VA-52L as supply II
while collecting papers
s to clear the for Chief
drive. In his letter Mr. O'Connor om'l dx has way r
tame across one with none cer Also Lt' (jg) Ralph ,.1I
I Moran to get Into the office .1
of the questions answered How. states: Welcome aboard Lt ,
From Maintenance we're
ever, he noted in the upper right- "In the name of those whom naugh is looking for college men i I I to learn that Florence Brown sorry has ,
of tombstone Foundation for In- for his Personnel clinic. Accord-
hand coiner a design a the National been so very ill We hope she improves -
oa which were written the fantile Paralysis has been able to in to him, everyone wants to bea rapidly Helen Johnson
words-"Sacied to the memory help in their fight against polio, salesman Congratulations I of the Administration building

which leaves me on occasions like I wish to thank you and all the : to Lcdr. and Mrs. Bart R. Bartletton I '''has her hubby home this week
"' the birth of Shirley Lee Bartlett -
this. I members of the Sixth Naval District and plans to take next week off to
for the generous contribution May 23. We are sorry to "
be with him before he returns to
Friend: "Did you get any repliesto 'I to the 1949 March of Dimes. I know that Lcdr. Bartlett is con j I the University for his last six ':
your advertisement that a lonely I It is gratifying to know that the I fined to the station hospital. In weeks of study.Navy's '
maiden sought light and members of the Armed Forces his absence Lcdr J. E. Dovell CVy j

. warmth in her life?" I appreciate the work of the National LG-52, is acting Organized Personnel :

"Yes -two from the Foundation and support it j officer for NARTU. I ,
Spinster: I ... j New Rocket
electric light company and one I so hole-heartedly" Also in order are congratulations I I
from the coal companj" --"I Goes 51 Miles High

SWEET l'ZI-It' well drewwl "- I

Suitor: 'Sir, I would" like to :'Sixteen Grey Ladies Finish gal like Sn/l Crandall that I' launched The Navy's recently on Viking its first rocket trial, k

marry your daughter "send' tlioimanda of mules ntur- attained an altitude of 511* milesat -:
Business Man: 'Well, you can to the benches at the first the Whtte Sands Proving
and address and Here rjlng
leave your name 'Indoctrination Classes ] Ground New :Mexico :
if nothing letter turns up we can signs of summer, Slid has", been The rocket reached a 1H'4'd of

notify you:' featured In many films, the latest 2,250 miles per hour.
After attending ten lectures in being KKO.Radio'* "The}' I
The Viking was launched from ,
Doctor: 'How's the patient this I hospital ethics, hospital routine, Medical Service, also by the Chief Live Ily Night," whlih e' JUtarFarlej a point 30 miles north of the >":
basic training and behaviour plus at Dependence service, chaplains, O'l> 'I '
morning 7" I Granger, Cathy t n- southern boundary of the testing \
field director of the Red Cross,
Nurse: "I think he s regaining |orientation on military hospital nell and Howard le Sih'a. range, landing five minutes later :
..Alnll He tried to blow"Wthe procedure in contrast to the civilIan therapists and chief I
<'louHne I -- ---- ten miles to the noithwest ;;
foam off his medicine"It sixteen "Grey Ladies" were nurses were given as preparatory s
In later tests, the rocket is
for the to work in ex'J
trainwg women
graduated from She was only a bakei daughter
I pected to carry research equip- 1
I' the various services of the hospital
windstorm classes! at the U S. Naval Hospital and that's why she came home
was during a heavy ment to heights of 200 miles or ,:
that a Kansas farmer stopped I here Tuesday with a crumb now and then. more, the Navy said. (AFPS).
Capt. C M. Sharr, commanding Touch of Home
if he could
at bank to see -
fet a loan a on his farm. "It might officer of the Hospital, presentedthe Feeling that the Red Cross From Brooklyn, one of the earlier YOU CANT LOSE-E-n; if agal z
seventh class of graduates of formed a valuable link between the Kaye-loasal smashes, is placing in .
le. arranged, said the tanker, "but I can't have a pretty face, she
I'll have to drive out with you and the Red Cross workers at the Hos- civilian and the military, Captain Rome under the title 1 Prefer a sure can save a PRETTY PEN- '
pital with certificates Presidingat Shaar, upon his arrival in July, Cow "
appraise It, "You don't need to thru Payroll Savings, (I Ij'
graduation exercises was Mrs. 1947, initiated a program for the .
bother said the farmer noticinga
F %V. Guile, chairman of the Red women volunteers Prior to this 1
cloud of dust rolling
huge up Cross Voluntary Services. time no "grey ladles" worked In ,
road "here It comes now
Ready For WorkTo the hospital. .1
I begin a probationary period Filling a role which the staff of
Target Instructor: "Where "the of three weeks commencing the I seven professional workers would :

dickens ate your shots going? week of June 6 are graduates, have difficulty in covering completely
Seaman: "I don t know, Luta Miss Dolly Barwold, Mrs. Henry the Red Cross volunteers -

they're leaving this end all right D. Bloom, Mrs James Boyd, Jr, endeavor to bring a touch of hometo MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM ?;

Mrs Lamar Campbell, Mrs. Rob- the boys during their daily routine -
Movies: Meek days-1730 and 2000; week ends-1130 and 2000. '
: ,i Doris: When Is your sister ert Edwards, Miss Ann Grunthal, Recreational activities which THURSDAY <'?
of married Grunthal Mrs. the staff cannot offer ;
thinking getting Mrs. Leonard H. professional
"NORTHWEST STAMPEDE" Joan Leslie and James
\ .' Torn; Constantly" Louis Haas, Mrs. Harriet Z Hal- to patients are provided for by the starring '
Craig ;
17t'> lie, Mrs. T. W Holt, Jr., Mrs. W. Red Cioss The oiganlzatlons FRIDAY S,
Lanham Mrs J, 1. Mack Jr., itaff is responsible for arranging
C. ,
Doctor (after examining patient -
"WE WERE STRANGERS", with Jennifer Jones and John Garfield
Milan Mrs. James weekly parties at the wards distribution -
): "I don't like the looks of Mrs. Ernest B ,
?jour husband, Mrs. Brown. Pearson, and Mrs Nathan Weil, of flowers, craft material, :
Neither do I doc- all of Jacksonville and Mrs. Robert running errands and writing letters -
100 A Mrs Brown: ; ,
"TOO LATE FOR TEARS", Lizabeth Scott and
featuring Dan
wife for incapacitated patients.
tor, but he s good to our children. Clifton Duncan, a Navy
whose husband is stationed here. According to Field' Director Miss Duryea.

The tramp called at a home and Over a period of two weeks the Alice Moran, the next of the four MONDAY"TRAIL
asked for food: volunteers attended classes two annual classes will be conducted OF THE LONESOME PINE", starring Sylvia Sidney and f'

Housewife: "And how would you hours a day from 1000 to 1200 September 19 Further she explained Fred MacMurray. '

like a nice chop?" for four days in the conference that Red Cross workers, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY .
Tramp: "That all depend, ladyis room of Ward A2. Lectures by to remain on active service, must "IT HAPPENS EVERY SPRING", with Ray Milland and Paul

It lamb, pork cr wood?" Commander,A. B, R Smith of the have 100 hours service. Douglas."i' '

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NAS Softballers Linksmen Begin Battle

Seeking Fourth For All-Stet iota Crown

Straight VictorySeeking gets'
The chase for the I 1919 all-station golf championship 'I

their fourth consecutiveand under way Saturday with the station's top linksmen competing '

fifth victory of the 1949 sea in qualifying rounds in preparation for actual tourna. .

son, the Jax-Navy Softball team ment play which commences Monday at the local course. "1.J..
will swing into action against the .

City Engineers, leaders of the With Saturday and Sunday set : .
Recreation league in Jacksonville! aside for qualifiers, the tourna Skeet Aggregation : ;
tomorrow night at 2000 at the ment will proceed Monday and '
Tower Plant diamond. will continue until next Sunday Bows To Jax Cre'ftfi\:I

Rained out with their scheduled when the championship will be

encounter with the WeJax team determined. Participants will In their second outing or'thej:' y
last the NAS t matches the
Monday evening play II 1949 season, theNAS Skeet aggre.
squad was slated to battle Atlantic week whenever possible.
Bank diamondeers yesterday. The TROPIIIES TO WINNERS gatlon suffered defeat for thefirst

results were not available at press .0." Open only to advance green fee time when the JacksonvilleGun

time. >ao paying members, the tourney will : Club brought down 471 clay
Garner fourth Win J J'i be arranged in such a manner pigeons to out-shoot the locals on
The local softballers collected ,, ., that competitors will play against I .
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the Jax Club last
14 safeties last Friday evening to .. opponents in their class only to I range Sunday I

register their fourth victory of the determine the various flights. I afternoon. The Jax-Navy tearn
season and defeated the Southeastern I Players will at the same time be ''blasted a 468 total.

Wheel & Rim nine from Jack- vying for berths to the District I Francis Ellis of the JacksonvilleClub
sonville! 16-7, on the Power Plant I t Eliminations which slated for ,
"" ''' '' '" '' are took honors in the meet by
diamond. AND HE'S OUT:'Russ Thurman, NAS third sa'ck-;, tags out late in July.A | blasting out a perfect 100x100(. '
NAS moundsman Paul Franke John Dougherty who attempted to pilfer third in the sixth inningof large turnout is expected for I score .

besides banging out a circuit clout: I last week's softball encounter with the Sargent Seat Covers, the annual affair with as many I Bill Arthurs and Bill Hartley,
In his first trip to the plate, taken by the locals, %-1, flights as necessary to be formedto
| top hands on the Jax-Navy
ball for four framesto
hurled four-hit --- ---- ---- -- I accommodate all entrants. Tro-

chalk up his third consecutive phies and awards will be presen- I jblidbusttng squad, each registered

victory on the mound in as many Bitter Crown Race RagesIn I ted to winners and runner-ups of I a 96x100 for the best NAS tallies.
stalls. He was relieved in the '
all flights. The top man will Next highest for the locals was
fifth Ed Buckerich. Russ Thur-
by eventually be crowned station Ed Varner with a 94 slate. The
man, local third sacker, led Jax-
Navy batting with two singles anda I Intra-Mural Competition champion. j two remaining skeet men on the
NAS combo where Nick Gallatlno
Tony Grego is defending cham-
home run in three times at
bat.j and Don Eddington, who each
Sink dreelUh pion in this year's meet and appears re-
A week ago Wednesday, Jax- With only one more week of play remaining in the intra- to be the man to beat. He 'corded a 91x100 score

Navy downed the Greelish Plumbers mural softball race, the battle for the loop leads has tight- defeated Amil Fury 4 and 3, in --- ---- -- -

from Jacksonville, 6-5, on the ened with Hospital holding a slight one-half game lead over last year's title match play. : Jax Tars At Home

local diamond. Paced in battingby FASRON Six in the National League, while Chief Petty Officers -x-
Skee Winarskl and Len Lind- I For 4 More Days
gren, who each got two for three, I head the American circuit with a similar margin over Bob Thiel Snares

the NAS aggregation garnered VA44.Fasron. Continuing their present home

eight hits off Greelish hurler Jack I I Six was knocked from its --------- Chiefs' Links Cup stand, the Jacksonville Tars meet
Ramsey. Earl Gulledge and Buzz ,I undefeated perch last Thursday men on. I the Augusta Tigers in the finalof
Brostrom handled the mound ,I when Earl Gulledge\ pitched VF- Suit NoIlltr I Capturing low gross for the a three game series tonight at
In the American league Wednes- the Jax Ball Park and concludethe
chores for
Jax-Navy, giving
up But
National third month with neat
7-3 victory.
41 to a straight a
I day, Herschel 1 Borden, CPO hurler, '
home stand Savannah
hits between them. against -
its with VF- Thicl took
I If Fasron takes game 76, Bill permanent pos-
tossed his second no-hit victory of
The NAS softbailers will meet 133'today, it will finish in a dead- the season In pitching the Chiefsto session of the tournament trophyIn I 1 Friday, Saturday, and
City league teams on Monday, i lock with Hospital for National I, a 110ln over VF-42. The I the monthly Chiefs' golf meetat Sunday.
Wednesday and Friday night of honors, necessitating a playoff same afternoon VA-85 downed the local layout last Satuiday. I The Tars go on the road Mon.

next week on the Power Plant game.In Ordnance and Gunnery, 8-2; VA- With three straight tourney day and return home again t<>
diamond. All tilts start at 2000. the American circuit a similar I44! defeated Marines, 10-7; VF-131'1, wins needed to take the coveted open 11. a series with Columbia June

situation rules, VA-44 has a singletilt took a 10-9 tilt from VF-45; and cup, Ihlel became the first to
to play, while the CPO's have VU and Dispensary took forfeits turn the trick and walk off with ------

HAS Golfers Drub completed their schedule. If VA- II from Photo Lab and ComFair res the Chiefs trophy.Winners 'Loretta Jacka ElectedWives'

44 cops its final encounter, the two : pectively. I II In last Saturday's other

Pensacola 25-14 will finish in a dead heat, with an- Only three tilts were played In contests during: the meet included, I
other playoff fray in store. The National circuit competition last closest to stake No. 3. John Lloyd; Golf Club Head
two league champs will meet in a I week Tuesday. Hank White registered '! longest drive on No. 5Tom
Setting a blistering pace, JaxNavy's three-game series for the station his for Shells; Closest to pin on No. 12 i Loretta Jacka was elected chairman -
I eighth win Hospital ,
linkmen took the measureof I of the Officers Wives' Colt
crown. I his team to 17-8 Tom Finley; Longest putt on
by hurling a '
a visiting Pensacola combine, dub at the luncheon meeting following
Earl Gulledge\ chalked up his VF-82. In the No. 9---Ray Peterson; least putts
victory over meantime -
25-14 their match Me- I the day's play last
in played sixth victory in pitching VF-41 VF-41 drubbed Overhaul. Bill Dumwright; most putts I Friday.
morial Day on the local course. to victory over FASRON last I. and Repair, 16-3; and VF-81' William Lillicotch; most five ina Chosen co-chairman of the club
Tony Grego of the locals copped Thursday holding the FASRONites trounced Supply, 19-8. i iI.rfagMH row--William McMillan; andmost was Joy Crego, while other of.
medalist honors with a 71, followedby hitless and scoreless until the seventh Standing,: I' sixes In a rowJohn Sim- fleets elected were secretary, Ar
Ed Thompson of Pensacola who len Jones; treasurer, Kirk Horton
frame when they collected AVIMtU: > J.KAI.I I mons. ;
posted a 76, Other locals scores !: three safeties to push across three W 9 B l.*kt I and publicity manager, Betty

included Bill Koresel 77, Bill Bernard I runs. I Chief VA-44 Petty. . OfrU'er. . .,. : : : :: :: : : :10 1 1 1 I' L SPORTS QUIZ Coghlan.In .
79, Bob Thiel 80, Chet Briggs I The same afternoon, Hospital Mariner .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. 8 3 I the kicker tourney which preceded -
Jr 82, Amil Fury 84, Bill Stevens I snared the lead in the National VA-83 .. . .. .. .... ,. 6 4 the meeting, Cathy Thorpe
84 Glen Barnes 86, and Dave Henderson. ,, circuit by taking a .-2 tilt from VK-131 . .. .... 6 5 I took top honors In the Class A division
Ordnance, & Ounneiy ... .. .6 5VK45 1. On what basis: is the "slug.
88. Pensacola tallies were VF-81. Hank White, ace mounds- .. .. . .. .. ... .. 5 5 ging percentage" of a baseball Isobel Minter won B honors -
Ed Thompson 75, Bob Noble 76, man for the Hospital team, ,allowed\ Dispensary .. .....,... .. 5 6 while heading the C divisionwas
Thomsen 81, Jack Sullivan 82, Cor- I only two hits. \'('-42 .. .. ... .... ....... .. 1 7 player figured? : Arlen Jones. Beginners are
ley 85, Waring 87, McCulley 87, Brostrom went the full VU . .. ... .. .. ... .... .. .. .4 7Coml 2. Who was the last player to
Buzz I 'air .. .. . ... .. . .. 1 10 hit four home runs in a single welcome to join the club.
Fry 88 and Sanderson 89. route for the Police, giving up Photo Lab .. .. . .. . .. 0 JO ?
The duo of Grego adn Koresel i only six hits to defeat NARTU game Philadelphia, Pa. (AFPS) _
grabbed nine points from the visit- 7-6. Gene Horton registered a \1'JIS\l. I'K.4M: ; 'KHan: 3. The last perfect baseball Owner Billy Veeck of the Cleve-

ing team of Noble and Sullivan. round-tripper for NARTU while Hospital . . .. .. .. .. .10 1-o.t 1 game (no man 1922.reaching Who first the) land Indians flew hurriedly to
Henderson and Fury teamed to the combined hurling of Mack FASRON Six . .. .. .... .. 9 1 was pitched in was the Quaker City to see what wall
take 2V2 points from Fry-Thom- I Murray and Red Williams held V(o'-4J: .. .. .. ... .. ... .... ,... 6 t hurler and what team did he play with his World Champions
sen, Thiel and Bernard annexed i the winners to aix safeties. VF-41 .. .. .. .. ,.. .. .... .. 6 4NARTU for? I wrong ,
only ... .. .............. .. 5 4 4. How many games constitutea who had dropped 11 out of their
5's more markers from Thomp- VF-135 put together 13 hits, In- VK-133 .... ... .. .. ... ........ 5 4 last 15 games. The Tribe, evident.
son-Waring; Byrnes and Stevens eluding two homers by Al Yerger, VK-115 .... .. ... .. ............ 4 6 modern major league baseball ly reacting to his eagle play.
chalked up 5'g over Corley and to down 0&R, 10-8 Thursday af- VI-'-!R1 ... .. ..... ...........,. 4 6 season? ed eye
while VK-82 ... .. .. ...... .. .. .... 4 7 ANSWERS one of their best games of the
McCulley, Chet Brlggs piledup ternoon. The Overhaul and Repair .. . .. . 3 6 'sawd year-winning 7-3.
3 points! in the odd match with nine registered 19 safeties themselves Sulks Y . .1......... 2 8 ice .t
Sanderson. but were unable to hit with Oveihaul & 'Repair . . I 0 9 'xOS al4Md41 Boston Mass. (AFPS) Elbie
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Fast l\1i'h-Shades of Fletcher, first baseman who started -
Lansing:, I 8161ul '
Dick Tracy Veteran Michigan' ( olea4D; \uaas, ed .t i' his major league career with
Local Nine Readies For Tilts State tackle Pete Fusi answers to I II '1I11! aseq BJjxa uo .t the Boston Braves, returned to
I the name of "Pear Shape," which I the scenes of his early success, replacing *
I, derives from the fact that his 210 Mama Mosquito: Now If you Earl Torgenson, who recently
This Week-End At PensacolaA pounds: extend only 5 feet, 10 children are good, I'll' take you toa underwent an operation for Ar,-
a shoulder separation. .
inches above the ground. i iZ nudist colony tonight I
lull in the schedule this week _
has given the Jax Navy horse- I I runs on a pinch hit home-;' by Bill ,. ,... New Orleans' (AI'PS) Many
hiders a much needed rest and Hoyle, and five safeties. Jax Navy ti brother combinations have dotted
time for some batting and fielding i rallied in the home half of the the pages of professional baseball,
drills before they hit the road 9th, but fell short after sending I but the New Orleans Pelicans be-
again this week-end to clash with I'across two runs. ? lice they have the first twins
the Pensacola Goslings and the Versatile Ace Woolbright, after s < Vernon and Evan Law, pitcherand
Saufley Field diamondeers, Sunday I I I seeing duty in the infield and outfield catcher respectively, are try.

and Monday at Pensacola. I(I for several weeks, took a ing out with the Pels for assignment -
This week the NAS combo whirl on the the mound Fridayto
past with the Santa Rosa (Calif.)
,, register his first victory, 8-6
found themselves on the wrong club owned .
while yielding 14 hits over the full by Bing Croliby.I
end in three of the four tilts I i I I -
played. The locals dropped a pairto distance. Itradrnton
1'U. (At'I'S-Char--)
NAS Norfolk, 12-0 and 5-4, at''I Woolbrlght Win
I I Gilbert, youngBraves infielder
The visitors jumped Woolbright
last and
Norfolk Tuesday gaineda .
split with the Elgin Field Fliers, I for 5 runs in the 5th canto on six has requested voluntary retire.
8and 17-15, on Mason Field consecutive hits, but were unableto ment because of a back injury.
and Saturday. reach the plate for the next I The chance of permanent injury,
Friday Plenty of Action six innings, as NAS tallied 3 in the if he attempts to play, has been 11
Coming back Saturday with 6th and one in the 7th to sew stated by several, medicos. The '

their hitting shoes on after losing up the game. Braves announced that Gilbert
the Friday fray, 8-6 to the Jax In last Wednesday's fray, Jax will be placed on the club's jlilt-: '
nine, Elgin's birdmen swung free- I Navy's batsmen went into the lead abled list. r
for cantos to register 20 with two runs in the Initial canto,
ly nine
hits in the 17-15 triumph. but watched the lead fade as Nor- 1 Shortest ftg-ht- with gloves was '. 1
12-2 be- folk scored 3 runs in the third > between lightweights AI Couture po
Elgin piled up a score I i .. ..
fore the Navy batters came to life with the aid of two Jax miscues ; "', 'I.. and Ralph Walton, at Lewiston, I
in the 6th when they tallied 7 and two hits, then proceeding t !I'.M,';.", .,. ''''' '<<-t ,j Me., September 3, 1916. Couture

runs on four free passes, 2 singles take Norfolk, the fray kept 5-4 the Jut nine away I ;t ..Q.tk.-," >>h. '. ..r' "t In.)., .u'A rushed at the bell, moving intoWalton's i,.

f uiid a four-master by shortstop in 12-0 GOOD SLIDE, HUT I.ATFAfter chasing home two runs in the corner so fast that he \}
from the plate Tuesday's
Bill Rogers. Jax went into the knocked Walton out with one
The local batters first inning of Friday's tilt with Eglin field flyers at Mason field, o
wtute-waahing. "
lead in the 7th with 4-run rally. to three bin Navy third baseman John Goodens is shown being put out at punch while Walton was adjust-
The Elgin bats after being silenced managed while their scrape opponents up slam third on a relay from left field! on Kill Crane's single. Making the In< his mouthpiece In lO'/i secondsincluding
for two frames exploded gles John WAS won the 86. the count.t .
again in the 9th *itU with 5 med out 11 hits., putout it Cgliu'j Xuviunftva. game,


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