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 9, 1949
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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'I VOL. 7 No. 10 -
k? 9 June 1949

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


D'" .. 4BedeH

r Navy Middies r4 s > .: i Becomes f fI

: Conclude 2-Day
Executive Officeri

t Training Tour a I

Some 88 second class midshipmen -
Takes Over Post
from the U. S. Naval Academy MondayAs

departed by plane Wednesday '
following a two-day orientationtour
Comdr. Brush
of the Naval Air Station. Departs

The first group of a total of I
n --
756 Academymen who are due to I Comdr. Porter F. Bedell r' formerly Operations Officer
" visit NAS during the months of
', June, July and August, were part aboard the carrier U.S.S. Antietam assumed his duties :Monday f

of the first battalion, the remaining as Naval Air Station Executive Officer, relieving Comdr. i I.
:., of which Is slated to arrive Frederick J. Brush who has been assigned as Operations Officer ",
r;:';'.' here June 19. '
at Barbers Point Oahu, T. H.
Two groups of the second battalion ; __ ____
u -- -
.t 1 'will arrive July 15 and 26respectively Commander Brush, who servedas 1 1
''' the third battalion Executive Officer since January
NEW AND DEPARTING EXEC-Taking over his new duties
: Overhaul-Repair
I is due for arrival August 26, while 1948, took over the post after
Monday as Executive: Officer of the Naval Air Station, Comdr. i
y: the fourth battalion will make its I
Porter F. Bedell, left, former Operations Officer aboard the car j i having served as commanding officer
here September 8.
' : appearance rier USS Antietam, replaces Comdr. Frederic J. Brush, right, of Cecil Field.A Serves Notice Of ;
'j\ While aboard the midshipmen Commander Brush has been assigned as Operations Officer at r
of U. Naval '
graduate the S. .;
f'J inspected the various installationsand
Barbers Point Oahu II.
>., T. Academy, the new Executive Officer -
: shops of the station where _
-y iy--- 2-Week Shutdown
they were oriented on methods and) I began his Navy career aboard ;
techniques employed therein and New Car To Be Given Away I the battleship Pennsylvania in 1
1934. A native of Los Angeles,
were conducted on a general over Naval Air Station's Overhaul
all tour of the station. The Acad 'Calif., Commander Bedell attended and Repair department will execute t
emymen also attended several social At Drawing Friday At 1215 The Citadel, Charleston S. C. its semi-annual partial shut-
affair on and off the reservation and U.C.L.A before going to the '|down between the period of June
planned during their stay I j Friday is the big day! The day when some ]lucky I Academy from where he graduated 120 and July 4, it was announced I
s here. the ticket walks off with I in 1933.
I person holding winning a new j yesterday.
? The group was scheduled' to arrive -I 1919 Chevrolet sedan, to be given away at the drawingat In Smith Pacific During this period only a skele-
here aboard the huge' flying 1215 at the Bandshell.The Following his first assignmentwith ton working force will remain
boat Caroline Mars, but the latter the Pennsylvania, Commander I
to provide emergency aircraft repair '
:. developed technical trouble and drawing, open to all hands aboard the station, i Bed ;
. 1 the visitors arrived aboard two will culminate a month-long] drive by the Navy-Relief Wasmuth << : Navy R5D transport planes. Society conducted here to raise funds to help carryout before going to Pensacola in 1941. duties. It is anticipated that all '
tt... Among the midshipmen visiting its extensive I After leaving Pensacola he was quarterly workload schedules
here were two Jacksonville lads, program. assigned to Patrol Squadron 21 the
will be accomplished to
"'.: Robert B. Fuller and James A. Actual sale of tickets for a chance on the car ter- I and later to Patrol Squadron 101, i I shutdown period. prior
.j!" Burnett whose families were on minated :Monday, with each one dollar ducat good for one serving with the two squadrons in It that additionaltime
r.',' hand to greet them. chance at the the South Pacific until 1943. A is proposed
grand prize.
either before after the
I or
The air cruises of stint as navigation instructor at
are the
. part
",', summer program undertaken by I Lucky holder of the winning ticket need not be i the Naval Academy and a trip to (Continued on Page/ 2))

the midshipmen planned to give present at the drawing to win the Chevrolet, accordingto Chile as a member of a Navy mission -
future officers a broader insight I I officials. preceded his assignment Personnel Leads
. 'into naval aviation.' I aboard the USS Antietam.
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Skipper at Cecil Field prior to

jr Robot Creator Leaves Base I Blue Cross Enrolls 1,000 I S' his Commander tenure as Brush Executive is a graduate Officer.of Bond PurchasersLatest

: Approximately 1.000 new memo the Naval Academy at Annapolis figures in the Savings
bers have been enrolled in Blue class of 1931 and entered Naval Bond competitive effort show
|,.., To Enter University Of Fla. Cross hospitalization and Blue Aviation in 1935. He was awarded Personnel division leading the various -
' Shield medical insurance duringthe his wings at Pensacola in June departments and division
i M: "Weekend Willie" mechanical ---- --- campaign recently concluded, 1936. I with a 15,4 per cent increased percentage
;. robot mascot of NAIiTU Jax who take advantage of the Naval Reserve It has been revealed I During World War II Commander of bond purchasers.
y has won nationwide acclaim, and Officer Candidate pro Insurance premiums on the two Brush was on the staff of Com- Eight new pledges within the
his creator-master Don Wiggins, gram in which the college student plans are due on the 15th of each mander, Air Force, Atlantic Fleet past few days have boosted the
a first class aviation machinist upon completion of the basic month with the first payment effective from 1942 to 1943, later commanding personnel section's percentage
I'".,,- mate, will be seeing little less of and advanced courses, will be June 15. Collection boxes Air Group 81 operating from among military personnel. Close
each other from now on but it awarded an Ensign's rating in. will be placed at O & R and Sup the carrier Wasp. From :May behind is Dental department with
(". isn't because they have become the Naval Reserve. ply each Monday and Tuesday for 1945 to September 1946, he was U.3 per cent increase Althoughits ,
;,' mad at each other-Wiggins is (Continued on Page 2) i periodic collections. 'Executive Officer of the Cowpens. percentage_is not as high ai
w. leaving the base today to enter the the first two leaders. Operationshas
University of Florida. accumulated the most new
The separation will not be per- pledges to date a total of 27

manent, for Don Wiggins will Y The civilian portion of the driv*. '"
now become a "Weekend Warrior" 22
also similiar
placed on a coinpet-
himself and will travel from live basis is picking up steam
Gainesville each week to drill with the first real results forthcoming
with the Organized Reserves and in about a week.

visit "Willie". ; b \s Held In conjunction with the
.. WIDELY KNOWN I ys ; nation-wide "Opportunity Drive,"
'. ... the current campaign is being
Wiggins and his creation, have
., attracted wide' attention. A mechanical waged in an effort, to increase
robot that does every- h { ? hf' enrollment of Navy bond pur

thing but fly one of the planes, chasers. _
. the brainchild of the local Navy f' I i -- --

man can bow, salute, turn his f'r I Knox
head, talk, wiggle his ears,-all Captain
f ; at the insistence of his master and
' voice. Assumes DutyAs

ifJ 7 Wiggins, who created "Willie,"
last November as a mascot for j | Dental Head
+', NARTU while he was assigned
. to recruiting, built his mechanl- I Replacing Captain Robert As-
' cal man above the "guffaws" of kins who has been assigned ti
r'' his friends. Doing most of the NAS Treasure Island, San Fran
;r work on his own time with no ; cisco, Captain Albert Knox has
cpst to the government, Wiggins I assumed his duties as head of the
made his creation work, and it I dental department at the Naval .
turned out to be one of the Air Station Dispensary
cleverest pieces of recruiting and I Formerly chief of Dental Ser-
publicity gathering devices, in e vice at the Naval Hospital New- r
the entire Navy. port, R. I., where he served for ,1
A modest, unassuming lad, Wig. i the past 40 months, Captain Knox
gins has shunned publicity and iI I specializes in diagnosis and con
let his "Willie" get it all. Presently sultation pertaining to dentistry.
' the creator and his brainchild A native of West Harrington, R. .
k are awaiting a call to appear on I i I., he is a veteran of 32 year .
the Arthur Godfrey television I Navy service. i
w show in New York in the near I Captain Askins, who had been
future. I in charge of the dental department t
The departing Wiggins/ who ROBOT AND !MASTER SEPARATE-Lovable "Weekend Willie", mechanical robot ma.5Cot-r here since October 1915 ha*
was in charge of the instrument NARTU bids so long to his creator and master Donald Wiggins, first class Aviation Machinist Mate, departed to become senior dental
Shop while at NARTU, will who is leaving to enter the University of Florida Wiggins, Willie's creator, master and voice, reminds officer at Treasure Island. The (.
study electrical engineering while t I It him to 'Be a good boy" while he's gone. Wiggins will now become a "Weekend Warrior", North Hollywood, Californian also "
'.: Florida. While there he will coming back for drills with the I local unit at which time he will visit Willie. boasts of 32 years service.


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Two JAX AIR NEWS 9 June 1949


Flag Doy Observed Tsiwvi ''j j ji: /i f D '3 rQ 0 0 l il: :

' Flag Day although not a legal holiday, Mill be observed SALLI'ES

generally throughout the United States Tuesday June 14.

The annual date of patriotic observanceas designated in MAINSIDE AUDITORIUMMovies .

1895 as an occasion to celebrate the anniversaries of the : Weekdays-1730 and 2000; week-ends-1430 2000't". :, \
adoption of the! American flag on June 14, 1777. THURSDAY"LARAMIE" ,. \
During American History. there _. .- --- DID YOU KNOW That Al Bet- with Charles Starrett and Smiley Burnette
have been forerunners to the ancourt identical twin boys, 'torn' FRIDAY
flag as we many view it today, but last week, are named Edward and "MYSTERY IN MEXICO", starring William Lundigan and Jacquelin Q .

standardization of the "Stars and Vsa aY ,'Neal? That Lila Greene, White.
Stripes began 14 June 1777 when DAY (I who visited Supply last week to SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
the Continental Congress passeda (exhibit her beautiful offspring, "BEAUTIFUL BLONDE FROM BASHFUL BEND'" featuring Betty

involution( "That the flag of the i I Lavelle will return to work in GI able and Cesar Romero.

13 United States be 13 stripes, alternate Accounting shortly* That MONDAY
red and unite: that the Bill "Dub" Phillips was presented "ILLEGAL ENTRY". with Howard Duff and Marta Toren ,

Union be 13 stars (in a circle), with a new addition a fortnightago TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY 11. .
white In a blue field, representinga a bouncing baby calf Dub "NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER", starring Red Skelton and Esther
new constellation (of states aris- almost had to rush home to at- Williams,
tend the airival -
ing in the west ( .
That the large fictional bird
The flag continued in that design -
I (and we don't mean albatross) fly- Week'SndWincfTafk
for several years, but with
ing over the J. R Sharpe residence -
the admission of Vermont ((1791)
I is scheduled to make a landing -
and Kentucky (1792)) a Congres-
i in September That car
sional act President
signed by telephones are now available and ,
Washington "That from
specified 4JUNE that there are more than 100 sets
and after May 1, 1785: the flag of already in use in Jacksonville ? from
the United States be 15 alternate
stripes I That John Inabinet and Lt.
red and white; and that "1 pledge altfffiante/ ; to tit Flog ,
C. Becker each acquired a new
the union be 15 stars white in a of the United Staff of America car, Chevrolet and Ford respect- 1UARTUVMF144 III
blue field The 1795 flag had and to \the Republic for which it ively?

the stars arranged in three .rows stands Ration; ,rfit piaTle utfA
cut t> BRIEF BITS Early -
of ,five each instead of the circle I liberty and justice for all." : Sally Arnett stars the wish- Every so often a man I.RON 158 will have Its active duty

you-were-here season by spendingtwo will be beaten in his favorite sport period for two weeks with VPML)56 -

The intention, apparent, had I, of the peoples of Hawaii and Alas- week\ in New Jersey I by his son, but Captain Frank I' ( ) at NAS, Miami, Fla, This
been to add a new star and stripefor 1' ka are fulfilled, a further revisionof I Pete and Mary Jo Garvey will be I Richard has been bested by his I'[ information was passed on to us
each state to be admitted
on leave till the 20th, visiting who F E. Schrader
stars will become necessaryBy daughter, Audrey Richard 1 by Comdr ,
the Union. However with the Ships' Editorial) Association Pete's family in Iowa Ridersin has just won the National Intercollegiate NARTU's t, 'pe training officer at
continued entry of more states Phil Myers' car have formed a rifle championship. A I the last drill period Active duty
Congress realized further modifications I ----- B.YP, & P, Association which sophomore at Florida State Uni- will begin on Aug. 13 and continuefor

was necessary Therefore, OverhaulContinued means the Betty Young Beneficialand versity, Audrey has proven to be I 14 days at NAS, MiamI.
in 1818 a new law wag passed pro- Protective Association, designed one of the best shots in the country Air transportation will be furn-
viding "That from and after the also I
to advise Betty ( a .
fourth of July next, the flag of the ( from Page 1) rider) of the pitfalls and ished to Miami to all men attend-
prepara- Captain Richard is roach of the the regular active duty period
United States be 13 horizontalstript's .
shutdown will be ling
granted employees tions necesary to her coming will
I Jacksonville Rifle Club at Yellow this time. No travel pay
red and white
with sufficient accrued ,
marriage June 18 Virginia
member. If I to those who wish to
Water and Audrey is a be allowed \
that the white
union ha20 stars,
leave who desire and need Is it her sister
more 1 Bragg (or ) con-
) I method of travel ,
' you desire to be a good shot Captain use their own
in a blue field. That the admission -
on ;
time for travel. Employees with tinues to amaze with
; everyone
to take fam-
Richard will be glad to help Married men wishing
of every new state into insufficient accumulated annual her truly "new look" Ad-
1 out. ilies will have to use facilities
i the Union one star I be: added to leave will not be required to ministration is making efforts to *
I from the base, but Lcdr.
the union of the flag:: and that take leave without pay obtain booths for the pay telephone Lt, Cot Freeman W Williams away
such! addition shall take effect on which noabgoJb too has been enjoying little vacationat Walt Shinn executive officer,
This brief respite is in accor- many states that hotel rates are Inex-
the fourth of next President Truman's fishing
July succeedingsuch I '
'outside noises to afford
admission" dance with the Bureau of Aero- properhearing. hole down Key West way. He pensive on the beach and that
nautics policy which permits such '1 some housing facilities are available
the president left him a few
has remained
The present flag 1 1unchangf'd TOURNAMENT TIPS-Oxer 18
shutdowns of industrial facilities I very near the air station explaining -
in 37 years its field of entries have been made into Sup- j big ones. :I is
when vote that housing cheaper
approved by majority :
48 stars having been completed in j' of the personnel. ply's golf tournament, the first Interest is rising: fast as the during the summer months.
1912 with the admission of New I round of which should be turned time rapidly approaches for the.
Mexico ((6 February') and Arizona I -. ---- ---.---- -- ---- in next Monday Incidentally you annual maneuvers at Cherry Point. I I Commanding officer Lcdr Bob

((14 February; *. 'I late-comers who wish to, may still I The two-week period starts July 1 I Gittings, intends to fly to Miami
As to the future if the desires Not i New Nuggets l enter the tournament provided I 16 VMF-144 hopes to have the before active duty begins in orderto
__ I ,get:: more details concerning
establishedand there,
i I your handicap; has been i maximum presentation
JUNE IS BUSTING OUT I your first round is played by but summer school is playing hav- facilities for all men More Information -

{ Supply Delegates ALL OVER with vacations, June 13 Some of the entries who I oc with plans. At least we havea will be furnished later
i Father's Day and Brides We I have turned in qualifying scores'I II crew that is thirsty for knowledge I All men must attend this active

Outline Evaluation are stocked for any special occasion I are Freddie Quina John Whiting VMF-144 was well repre- duty period unless they have proper -

peculiar to this monthof I I I ton, Joe Palumbo, Tom and Ray sented at the Marine Air Detach- I reasons for not doing so

In 1-Week Confab events 'Forrest, Carl and Frank Reiter, ment party June 5 Attendingwere I Our system of promotion for enlisted -

We alwajs have cool thingsfor I Lcdr Paul Tasker Ensign Marshall Sgt Thomas P. Bartleson, 1 men has finally gotten into

Development of a common Un- the family to wear these' and Lt O'Keefe.:,..- M-Sgt Leon Lennertz and Sgt. 1 ship-shape condition. Those who
derstanding of the work units in hot days-all sorts of gifts for II Wallace C. Stich who are on ac- feel they have served the proper
Supply and Fiscal operations for I Dad's Day and-yet-we can tive duty for two weeks I. time at the present rate to qualify
performance evaluation was outlined RobotContinued June is the month of for promotion to the next rat
even outfit the bride, Have traditional marriagesand
for some 33 Supply and Fiscal ing, should not fail to pee the
white or the more graduates and VMF-144 has
) representatives in the one-week conservative dress or suit. ( from rag:: 1) both. Pfc George Pharr T-Sgt. I division officer at the next drill

conference on the Performance Take advantage of our new I The local lad, who resides at : Don Newton and M-Sgt. Leon Len period,

Evaluation Program which concluded stock at the NOT NEW SHOP Dewey Park has been a member nertz are getting their sheepskinsfrom I NARTU has been kind enough to
here last Friday; in the Hobby Shop Building- I of NARTU Jax since Au- the University of Florida. 1, supply mustering petty officers)
Held under the Joint sponsorshipof every Tuesday:: and Thursday, gust 1946. The Naval Air Sta 1 1I Captain Eber Phillips has just I, with an amplifier which will In'
the Bureau of Aeronautics and i j from 1000 until 1400. I I tion's loss, is now the Universityof tied the knot.FASRON used for all future musters. The
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts i -- Florida's gain I 158 As a group FAS- squadron will meet near the south
the purpose of the conference was' --- -- ... I center of the hangar where the
to assist major air stations in the r .... :-..,: ., amplifier's facilities are available
inauguration of a work measurement N ,' 1
r No more ear straining to hear
program designed to evaluate above the roar of running aircraft
the performance of Supply and engines

Fiscal .
Ensigns/ Guy W. Gilleland and
Welcomed! aboard by Captain i.
John Daniel have been
Herman F Gingrich Supply and I promotedto
the rank of Lt. (J j.g.l.'rnl'n'uA1' ).
Fiscal head the conferring -
department I e
group included Supply and r I -

Fiscal representatives from various __

naval air stations. and installations .

!' plus' several representatives I
from Washington D C

Present wore Supply and Fiscal

representatives and Industrial Relations .
) !' officers from NAS Quonset f

Pt.. R. 1,: Norfolk Va. : Pen- h, S
a ( MUw>>
sac'ola. Fla.: Corpus! Christ!. Tex; ). t :k s ,.
and Coco Sola CZ and Naval Air 3";y Af ulu attrllfEpt( iM'" <

Materiel Center Philadelphia Pa; Jl M: !Hh
Marine Corps Air Station Cher- :..moues.. eeme.3aat.tc'-! MaRCi eeofRewtaTa Came NightBunco: hint with pait-
Prlll'II"III be awarded
ry Pt. NC: Aviation Supply Office a tit6ET EST- I next .11
KIDA1, Jl M: lath
'-4 U
Philadelphia, Pa.: Naval Air Y ii 17W: HOI Rrbll'k Hiding Hi the! f!, T.
Supply Department Philadelphia, w 1' 'iNt. td1A safpPap; TO Tat E .t Hmburner' slumping gicnmcU Magnolia -
Pa, and Guantanamo. Cuba 6'!flf.AiJIF'; T4rf,1513135)1 ACE ta Mahp-| Transportation leaves
Talks were made by Walter S. ,,". S Hub at 17JO

Sargent. assistant management SATIUDAV, Jl'MDili:
Open House--Sleet shipmates,
engineer In the executive office\ of bring our shipmate join Old fashioned

the Secretary of the Navy: Lcdr water melon cutting, will be scned t
Robert P. Renz Industrial Relations by Jacksonville fdlrtM Saturday
officer Bureau of Aeronautics y + night th(>1'1'1111 ho a petl lai party.
M MAt, Jl M: 12th
and Herbert Katz planning '::1 1000 Java howIth 1 ctnnuts 1100- ,
office Aviation Supply Office. Home town hour I 00 --Vesper muslo. r
#'" 1800--Buffet Supper, :M)-SonufcBt, ?
Lowell A. Decker management engineer \nJ; ,; ,
4 New and old
songs ( galore ,
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts I ln\UAJI'l't: Dili10to : '
was chairman of the conference : ( -Keiorcl making Talk a letter '
,. >:!? home sing your fuxoilte song A pianist t
William Trcdwell, H M. Schultz w : will nrrfmpflnv ,\ou, -
'fI.t: JAJI'jIt: 11th
and Arnold C. Lewis of the Bureau Roller skating purty leaves club rt

r of Supplies and Accounts explained ;. __ __ ,J\. ..1.1' tWO Usa night lit ,Tax Roller Rink
the Supply and\ Fiscal units \\II1NISUAV.: : II'Nt; nth
during the conference, while! L. EVALUATION; C'OSI"EntSCt-I..rc1r:: Robert P Benz, (left) Industrial Relations officer\ Itu- Miniature' Knit I fll Shady Oak course

Lowell Johnson of the manag'ement ream of Aeronautics, Illustrates one of the many points covered during the recent conference held at on club Penil at 19TO Stuet: sharp.rnm-.poitBtlon 1'rl/e for low Iruvcs med
engineering division of the >AS: (pertaining In the Performance Evaluation Program under joint sponsorship of Bureau of Aero alist Mill be >Jn
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts nmticN and IJuremi Suppllen and Account Looking on are Lowell A. Decker, management\ engineer v|'M: IAI :

gave a preview of the Methods Improvement HIIMMMI of Supplies and Account, who watt chairman of the conference and Capt. Herman P.dingrich bigger Watch and for better(rand club Opening More date room of, .

Program (right) supply and Fiscal) officer -more-fun, and more, mote more. ., .
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Don't Be Half SafeMake Your Future Secure & -





9 June 1949 JAX AIR NEWS' Page Three

,. = Employees Association Provides

tf't tI I ( Guiding Hand For Civilian WelfareGuarding ,I

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the well being and
I welfare of all civil service employ- fare of its members; to make avail

I ees is the Employees Association able to its members reasonable]

for Civil Service Employees of the prices approximately cost price
4 I I Naval Air Station, chartered as plus expenses, wholesome meals at
I. non-profit corporation under the reasonable hours in connection

laws of the state of Florida on I with their employment by operating -

the 16th day of July 1945.: I and managing a cafe-

.1' All civil service employees employed teria or other eating place or

by the government or any places on a non-profit basis; to

I lot its departments or agencies at receive funds through contribu-
the Naval Air Station are membersof tions, operation of such restau-

t : the corporation by virtue of rant, and other lawful means and

,, J ANOTHER HAZING VICTIM their employment. j to control such funds and confine
| The charter, is quoted below in expenditures of such funds to
I Just as all men" must bear when part: .. :v providing above mentioned services -

S 1 they are advanced to the rate of i! "The general nature of the object I and facilities.

Chief In NARTU, Bernard A. Barry of the corporation is to ope- The affairs of the corporation

AOUC, member of the Organizers rate as a social club and societynot I are managed by a Board of Directors
I for profit; to1 sponsor, organizeand composed of nine members
; Reserve, was put through a hold social events for the lof the corporation elected to rep- ,

"hazing" ceremony by his mates well being, contentment, morale, resent groups of members (departments -

j at NARTU. In a custom initiatedby and physical welfare of its members I ) by ballot in an election.

the unit last March, Barry went such as outings parties, (, Funds for events as provided
i dances, special events and amateur for in the charter may be ob-
I through; it all alone, before finally entertainment and to procure I tained by letter to the Employees

acquiring his new hat. The promotion | and distribute various gifts I'Association for Civil Service Em-

VChief t I winner gets a dunking etc., to promote the general vvelI ployees via the head of the department -

I 1-=== ==' .__ --.:--=- concerned. Each re-
from his mate left ------
upper| as part 1I I (I quest for funds \U carefully investigated -

: fit the ceremonyhlth also Included ; i by members of Board of
Figures 1 Directors and if Ls sent
I a s pet I all y prepared i approved
to the Commanding Officer for
"mixed" meal without utensil and ,
Bond Upswing I final approval All requests for
without! hands lower left. Barryis I II funds should be cleared with the

congratulated, top 'right, by I 1 Personnel! with a 15.4 per cent I I elected Board of Members of the

Ix-dr. Thomas W. Ray on being increase in bond purchasers is I department concerned to avoid

k the first of his squadron to be advanced leading the Bond parade in the confusion and delay.A .
financial statement cf the
to chief. military personnel competitive
-- -- contest now. in effect at NAS. I Employees will be published in a
I I No. New % future issue of the Air News for

Promotion : i I Df'pt. I't'rs. Pledges Inu, I II the benefit of Association mem-
:1 1 Classified Bulletin I I Personnel . 52 8 IS 4 I bers.
I, Dental . . 1S: 2 133
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Operations . .4R5 27 P S
Calls For Bulletins will be accepted only until. space! Is filled. Call ext. 8230. ;r Medical .. 53 :2 3,8 I
HazingOne _._ Physical Tr. . M 2 3,5 I Handling Of Food
FOB SALE M>'ra St. Phone 7-6608. Yard . 35 1 2,8
of the first members of the 1 Anchor brand wardrobe trunk in excellent I Beautiful new Home. $125 a month 0 do: R . . .405 3 .7 ,I
4 bedrooms, 4 baths and modern X-3 S .0Transpottatlon j Discussed Here
NARTU Organized Reserve to 8-1140. condition. Call Jack Heard at I equipment. Near NAS ft'rry.o'. A : : : : : :: : : : :: : 2 g : I

tualify.for the rating of Chief '42: Glider Home Trailer 24.ft. aluminum iord. Phone 9-W<60. ; 34 0 .0
Bernard A. Barry, AOUC of coxeied. Price $1.OOO) $:J()() I Nicely Furnished Bedroom and use of Commun. . . S5 1,0 During LecturesIn
. . . 0 .0
Jacksonville won his elevation in down A. M. Diehl. Yukon trailer home. Near hdgewood: Theati, Reasonable I ; '
but park or shop 3373 OAR.Pinnulh Iier ti'man. Phone 8-9192. Supply .. . .155 0 .0 JI a series of four lectures to
not until he had been
grade '
4 ) 4-donr sedan. Good thes
I Newly decorated and well furnished be given in a period of four
put through a "hazing" ceremony I and numerous acccssoileu. $600. Mrs. room for one 01 two gentlemen. Con- discussion of food handling -
initiated sometime ago by the local Hunsrn Kxt.; 268 or 237. tinuous hot water. 2326 Park Shepard 'Local CYO Club a -
NARTU for unit men winning 3 Room Unfurnished House on Cedar .. 1 was held Monday for all personnel -
Rll'er.6IX( lot. $2.500. W. E. ,
promotions to rate of chief. I Mobbs, Box 832 Route 7. Room and Board $12.50 a week. 1307Murray Plans Beach Party connected station activities -
'. i where food is sold dis-
with Dilve Phone 8-(>620.: Yanre5Room > or
Portable! Washer Complete wrnger -
The first member of the Ord- Furnished House Kitchen beach Conducting the confab
for pensed.
good condition. $20 Phone 2- Preparations a partyto
nance department to be so ele- j, 9741, Handera. completely! futnlshed' 1 mile beyond be held at Jacksonville Beach, I was Lot (jg) H. W. Lebleu, Sani-
coodb Lake. Rt. No 6, F. G Be
vated the Roll-Fast Bike Girl'! Like Mill >s
Barry through now
was put
June 18 made at tation Officer at the Naval Air
dell Phone 9-0517) Saturday, were
sell cheap, Mrs Palmer, 5H24 San
of the
paces ceremony I Juan. Call 8-5710. 5-Room Furnished Houke 3349 College the fourth meeting of the Catholic Station.
which included a feast out of a I 40 Chevrolet Coach. Excellent cnndlI : St. Call 2-4043. J. K. Pace, Youth Organization Wednesday, | Continuing as an integral of the
trough with no utensils, with I lion $715.: New engine Zlm\ Bldg. Nice room. with two meals, for gentleman June 1 at the recreation hall of regular Navy educational program -
113. Phone 404.Forltble In home, Very leas
hands tied and a dunking in the
the will be
the Catholic course given
Washing Machine Good! con enable Onega dlsrlnl'ar NAS.
enlisted men's swimming pool. I dition. Mr. J. 1.. Blount. Phone. Seymour 2741 Arapahoe, Ph 2-3420 i I Club members and guest will before groups of 50 each and deal-
Employed at the Royal Type- I 7-7637, 6-Room Bungalow, unfurnished InMurray meet in front of the Chapel at ing with all phases of food hand-
writer company during the weekas 2.PteIJlnjt Room Suite, $25. El'rI Hill. Children welcome. $60: 0930. Busses will be provided. ling and personal cleanliness. Al-
hot electric oven, $20 Spray gun 35. 33.10 Ma>flower. Boyle. Ph. 2-6716
an outside repairman Barry I I J. B Bailey Ext. 763. Garage Apt. Completely furnished. 2 Appointed as committee> membersfor so to be studied in the lectures of
joined the Navy in July 1941 at Baby Bathlnette In new condition, $15. rooms and kitchen $45. 725 Cherokee entertainment and refresh- :, both morning and afternoon sessions -

Casper, Wyoming. He was a I Banks Road Ext. 425 or 1432 Cumber land: \111\ share St. 6-Room Bungalow, 7 bedrooms ments are; Mary L. O'Connor are: Elementary Bacteriol-

member of Fleet Air Wing One A.K.C. Registered Black Cocker Spaniels or 1. Prefer couple, 928 Wolfe Mary Rasich, M. Isobelle Mitchell gy. refrigeration and storage, and .
at San Diego when the war 6 weeks old. Six to choose tiom. St., Murray Hill Mrs. W. A. Ben- William Phillips and Ches- the principles of good housekeep
broke out and later served in the I $25. J, E. Llndberg. Shop 3104.( O&R. ton. Phone 2-4762 tre Sikorski. ing.
Rt. Box 421C
Solomons, Hawaii, North and 2 Pedlgieed Cocker Spaniels, Solid I HELP Ten new members initiated into I I -x-
South Pacific theaters. The i black 8 week old. 1118 Allegheny Baby Sitter Bowen. 2245 Pack Rt the CYO include James P Lynch, I
"Weekend Warrior" was discharged I I Rd 1, Robert Schroeder Wanted: Ride to or near Daj ton. Ohio Hanlon. Mrs. Wally Han- Sunday School Out
'49 Tra .ero Trailer Trade equity for I around end of June for >Mother and !Wally ,
in Oak Harbor, Wash in Jan- i house or will sell. Mrs. Martin MrDowell. Daughter Mis. Cook Phone 6-1122, I Ion Louisa M. Hodge, Pauline
uary 1947.Married. I! 7000 Main St. Phone 7-5718.\ Driving to Johnstown, Pa. June 18th. Stichweh Helen M. Nowicki Virginia For Summer Period
to the former June Vacuum Cleaner Eureka Good condition Passenger wanted to help with driv I B. Rogers Ruth E. LeVere.
$6. loin F. B. Binder 5121 I ing. No expenses, Dr. Bernard J.McCloskey. ,
I Louise | The station Sunday school will
Jenkins of Jacksonville, Barry I Attleboro. 26.TO.Hot ) 4-8.'S61 or 82904.i ) Isobelle Mitchell, Mary
came to make his home here following point Range Deluxe. '49 model, per- 'Ride Wanted: Vicinity of 2nd and | O'Connor. Comdr. James M. ,, not be conducted during the sum
his release from the Navyin I I feet condition Sacilflce. 3330: Mayflower I I Walnut Streets" Dependable Phone Coyle, departing Chaplain, gavea mer months and will be reas-
1 St. Boyle 2-6716. I 677 Houis OA()() to 1630, Main Side sembled September coincident
January 1947. Since joining '38 Good! Lost 6 kevs. short farewell speech. i in
Plymouth. tires Body and ;i : pencil flashlight: on key
NARTU he has enjoyed a perfect motor In fine condition Cheap chainleInity of Ships Servk ------x- with the opening of the public
4 0 record as a "Weekend War I riionp 2-4275 Groves, I I Darren> Hauer, Ext. 356. I "I don't like the looks of that schools, station chaplain Francis
One White Side Wall TIre and 4 tubes Wanted Rider Driving to Phlladpli catfish, waitiess." Lee Albert has announced.
rir"x 600x16, Excellent condition. Call i phU June 17th. Returning July 4th\
Miss! Swift Ext. 704. t I Lee Chester. Phone 4- (iOO. "Well, if it's looks ;you're after. Sunday school children in their
FOR RENT: I Wanted RldeisTo: Columbia, Mls Sarge, try a goldfish." final day last Sunday presented
I \ La Pensacoln and Mobile. Ala Leaving a Children's Day program at All-
Single and Double Room In private 1 June 17th. 1600. D. H. Evans Vicinity of Dewey Pal k, Mr Glover\ Saints'chapel under the -
home Convenient to NAS. Reasonable I Phone 525.: NARtU Bid* 9411.AS ID card sponsorship
Shultz. 2-5U30 Lost. Snakeskln billfold. Reward. and driver license of their teacher _
3-Cedioim Apt. Pi hate bath, $100 a --- -
month Adults only. 2110 Forbes
Mrs Ual2Bedroom >, b ..4i
Apt. $85! a month, Private
SALTY HUMOR FROM both, 2110 Forbes Mrs. Jralv r
Beautiful efficiency Apt. In :5 i points.
HERE AND THEREA :Strictly private. Reasonable 2043 I u :
i e'4

lady of pleasing ap- Scouts Arrange 5 .
''JIf'aJ'amf', while stepping down {k\2w ; V.

.from a street car, carefully raised Special Ceremony :
her skirt to avoid tripping. As she

did so, she noticed a young man I A special ceremony which will 31 a fi

who apparently was taking more inaugurate the Crusade to f
interest in her r/c/
thannecessary Strengthen the Arm of Liberty fI
mcvemcnts. I fI
program will be carried out by the
Thinking: to check him for his Navy-sponsored Boy Scout Troop I
rudeness, she went up to him to 1 and Cub Pack 131 Tuesday June

speak a piece of her mind. "Have 10 here' at NAS.

\i' n't I a perfect right?" j The ceremony will be held at
i I"" "Yea, madam," he cut in, "andif
the playground in the enlisted
I" : I 'may say so, a peach of a left. i housing area at 1930. Captain Alvm : ;
tp" / t
: {)
::. __ I. Malstrom, NAS' commanding -
officer, will deliver a short address -
r During the war new soldiers I i and will\ hold the flaming I
i ,.; were introduced to the slogan: *Jf I liberty torch from which Scouts

It moves salute It. If it doesn't I land Cubs will light their individual -

move, pick it up. If you can't pickIt i torches representing the seven

up, paint it." goals: to be achieved within the
These days it has changed to: two-year program.The I
1 "If It cries, change! It. If it's on
I objectives Include s
wheels, buy It If It's hollow, rentIt. seven I
regular weekly
." I program planning,
and monthly meetings year

A telephone lineman was hauled 'round outdoor programs special
events, !service advancement and
Into court by an eavesdropping
( .
housewife for using strong language personal appearance.The

He explained It to the I torch-lighting ceremony will ..__ ...n.m..n""m."n _..... '''' .....'. ...........__..._....._.. ... ...,.__...... n..m..___
l be preceded by a Bobcat Induction
.j\l< gr. Cubs C.REV LAD IKS GRADUATE('lared by Capt. C. M. Sharr commanding officer ilr the Naval
work- service honoring new
1 ing"Your above me accidentally, my buddy dropped and will be followed by a weiner llorpilal as a distinct asset to the Hospital these C.rey Ladies are just 11 of 16 awarded diplomas
of two-weeks Indoctrination Left to right they are, front row, Mrs.
some hot lead down my shirt. So, roast. Approximately 40 Navy following completion << a roursr.
I said 'Look, Funk that hot lead juniors are members i>f the two Henry D. Bloom Mr*. Lamar Campbell, Mrs. Robert Duncan Mr*. Robert Edwards Mist Anne
ttoejtiVt feel good. Please don't units, both of which were organized Grunthal and Mm. Leonard II. O run thai. Back rev} left to right, Mrs. Nathan Well, Mrs. James

drop any more.' late in 1048. Pearson, Mrs. J. L Mack, Mr*. W. C. Lanham, Mra Harriet Z. llallie and Capt C. M. Shaar.


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Station Nine Measures All-Navy Boxing Play Underway -


Sauf ley And Cecil ClubsDisplaying title winners of the

1949 All Navy boxing champion. I For Golf Crown :

ship held recently at Alameda, .
improved perfoimance Jax Navy's dia- Calif. are listed herein:

mondeers turned back two of their three recent opponents, Flyweight: CPL Myrven R I

swamping a hapless Saufley Field nine, 11-6, Monday, after N.Davis C., USMC, Camp Lejeune 96 Qualifiers Bracketed

suffering a 4-3, 10-inning defeat at the hands of NAS Pensa- Bantamweight: PFC Dorcey .

cola, Sunday and turned back Cecil Field, 8-7 Friday at Mason L. Fears, USMC, Camp Le Into
Field jeune, N. C.Featherweight. Respective FlightsSome
: Samuel E.

Another. pair of road contests Goslings chased the winning- tally Williams, AN, USN, NAS Barbers 96 teed off in rounds last week-
are on tap for the local team Saturday Point, Oahu, T. H. golfers qualifying:

and Sunday at Fort Jack I walk across, a to sacrifice break a and 3-3 two tie singles., on a Llghtwelgth: Earl L. Williams end in their quest for the all-station golf championship in

son the, Miss.Jax Navy Saufley camp Field Monday comes fora into I Alton held the locals hitless for AN, USN, NAS Barbers. the tournament now in progress at the local eighteen-hole
Point Oahu, T. H.
single settos, and after third baseman Javout.
fray. I Welterweight: Albert Anderson
John Goodens notched the Actual 1 Monday - .--
With the score at 2-all in tourney play began
I first hit in the sixth, Jax backstop TN, USN, NAS Barbers with announced with ,
the Saufley tilt going into the 6th pairings
Point, Oahu, T. H, Meet
Bill Crane powdered a fourmaster Swimming
canto the Boernermen chased 5 participants placed in their respective
Middleweight: Sam C. Williams. )
with teammate Dick Nelsonon [
runs across on two free passes, a flights. Saturday and
+ single by Ace Woolbright, a two- board in the 7th to send NAS Ala .lta., SN, USN, OB Kodiak, Sunday qualifiers tallied scores : Carded At NAS
bagger by Dick Clark, and GusGushanu's Jax into the lead Pensacola over Light ranging from 75 to 135 in the qualifying
Heavyweight: DossonS
came the locals with 3 runs in its
triple with the sacks flights and have been splitinto
jammed. It was Gushanas's first half of the 7th and Hip Buchanan D. Oliver, TN USN, NAS Championship flight, second,
Pearl Harbor, T. H. : Late Next Month
win with five mound appearancesthis Jax Navy shortstop, singled third, fourth, fifth and sixth
season Goodens home with the tying Heavyweight: PFV Joseph R. flights.
I marker in the eighth. Pensacola I Spring-board to Navy swimml
B-b Ibxker I,, M*"* Duel I mel, USMC Mississippi (EAG Tally 7.Vs
nipped a Jax 10th inning rally before 128), laurels and scene of history-ma.,
Bob Becker' mound Tony Grego, 1948 Station champ,
10-lnning ,
it could blossom and then -- --- ing aquatic events in the past, tl
and B. W Harris, to
a newcomer
duel with Pensacola's Ken Alton, ,
to win. Jacksonville Naval Air Station'shuge
came on I
i the Station, tied for low medalist
came to an abrupt halt when the
Behind, 8-5, going into the home indoor pool will again be the
--- ---- : honors In qualifying rounds by
----- ---- -
half of the 9th in Friday's clash, L SPORTS QUIZ I banging out top-notch 75's.: Third |' site of the season's big splash,

Varsity Swatters I the NAS crew turned on the powerto I __ highest divot-digger was Bill Kor- when swimmers from the South
and Central of the United
I chase 4 counters In to down Cecil resel with a 78, while Amil Fury portions
1.-The "Longhorns" rated States, vie in the South-Central
Field. In the big frame Nel are tallied 80.
Victorious In 4 son's base hit got through the ]left- one of the outstanding football an I group swimming and diving
I fielder and Nelson went all the ('teams in the nation. What is the I Selected for the Championship I championships, July 31st.

way to score in back of Buchan : name of the college. ? I' flight were golfers who qualified This will be the stepping stone

Of 5 EncountersFor i an. A base hit and two walks I 2. In baseball, what Is the with, 75 scores to 85.ranging The from second the flight lowest |for the All Navy classic which
I set the stage for Clark's "texas score of a forfeited contest ? will come of August 21st, at San
leaguer" into short field I 'Is composed of golfers with scores Diego, Calif. During the weekof
the second time In two right | 3. This b&sketeer was considered from 86 to 92, the third flight with
weeks, rain has put the crimp in which meant the game, and Ken the greatest: ever produced at scores from 93 to 98, the fourth, July 24th, tank teams from the
Werner and Goodens Sixth Naval District will be in
station sports, this time causing scamperedacross Stanford Do you remember him ? golfers that tallied from 99 to
of with the tying and winning | .district eliminations at the pool
postponement Monday's scheduled ,
4.-There are three baseball 102, the fifth will be wielders with
' Jax-Navy Softball witha run before a play could be made! i: for berths on the team which will
game playing Joe from 103 to 110 while the
DiMaggios. and Dom scores ,
Sargent Seat Cover's squad 'at home. It was Gooden's tally : represent the district", at the South-
are the two sixth consists
only still in the majors flight of linksmen
him Central
from Jacksonville. earned his second consecutive meet.
I Name the third. I who ended up with 111 or over. ']
Although the varsity softballers hill triumph I I This is the third time in four
I IMonday's )I _u_ 5.This sport is not a major The tournament is scheduled to
have been active only four weeks ----- years NAS has been selected a encounter was the third Miss Perfect Score I one but such terms as epee, foil, : cover about four weeks time. The host for the swimming and dlvMng .

game to be cancelled because of I parry and thrust are familiar to first round will be completed by ,' elimination. In 1946 and '48 .
fickle Florida weather. It was By One Lone Pigeon the enthusiast. What's Its name ? or on Sunday June 12th. I+i I while in the Naval Air Training

to have been a return flit, the ANSWERS I -- ---- 'Athletic: Conference, the Air Station .
locals having bested the Sargentnine Although it was only a practice entertained hundreds Of tank.
2.1 In a fray several weeks I session, NAS skeet shooters 2utoua3, '', Clark Shows Way men from stations engaged in air
pulled off a trick very seldom 'o,3.feWG, : aauA) I This

ago.However, weather permitting, I seen on the range as the I .In'I1n', "tuBH, oloJ.3uV' 'f: For NAS StickersJax without training. a team and year out although of the

the combo will seven participants came within 0-6 'Z conference,
Jax-Navy return to the meet again falls to
action tomorrow night on the power one bird of a perfect score. 'UX.L jo \1"u.UuIl" iH.L 't Navy's keystone sacker Jax Navy
-- --
I -----------
plant diamond at 2000 when With seven men shooting, all Dick Clark, continued to set the

they meet the Naval Reserve nine I had proceeded to rack up per Grego And DumbauldLead batting pace for the local nine,
i from downtown, the team that fect scores on their tries and with a sparkling ,403, as the 1949 WAVES SquadIn :
handed them their only defeat so the seventh man was on his Lady GolfersJoy season heads down the stretch this

far this season.' way to make it a perfect day, week with only 18 games to go. :
Subdue Engineer but he missed the last bird- Grego and Phyllis Dumbald Clark is also out in front in the I Season Debut .

In their single encounter last ruining an otherwise unique paced the Officers Wives' Golf base-filching department with 8.

week, the ]locals drubbed the City score. Club play last week-end by capturing I Dick Nelson, ]local outergardener -

Engineers from Jacksonville, 18-9, On the firing line were Bill I low gross and low net hon who returned to the lineup after Against Norfolk --
on the power plant diamond. Earl Arthur, Nick Gallatino, Ed I I ors respectively in the Class A I being out of action for several
Gulledge was starting hurler for j Varner, John Barleen, Herb : division. I' weeks follows Clark at a distance Balked earlier this season by a

the locals. After pitching four Pistole Herb Howell, and I Ktrk Horton and Hazel Hirst with a .327 and is the only other dire shortage of personnel, the recently -

Innings, and allowing only two I j Wayne Eddington, who had the I I deadlocked for top spot in low Jax Navy batsman hitting over organized NAS WAVE
safeties, he was relieved by Ed dubious honor of missing the gross and low net in the Class B .300. Nelson shares the runs batted Softball combo will make its sea

Bucherich, who later turned over i last shot.Scoring I play, while Bea Marshall annexed in lead with Clark and catcher, son debut against NAS Norfolk ,
the mound duties to Buzz Bros. I low net in the C class. Bill Crane, all with 12. WAVES tomorrow evening at 1731) _
trom. Gulledge was credited with -- -- - -------- at the Power Plant diamond. The
ISatting h''ralff':
the win. I fray will be the first of two-
"I'Iryer' All JI In 3n IfK Pit, ,
Winning their fourth consecutiveand : Clark . 57 :l.'i 4 0 0 .403 game series with the visiting
fifth .encounter of the season Chiefs Rally To Beat VA44To Nelson . ::15 18 2 1 1 .327 Norfolk squad, the second tilt
Buchanan 74 21 5 2 1 .:285Burnie ''scheduled
in fine style, the Jax-Navy combo for Saturday.
. 66 18 2 2 1 .272
got off to a flying start against : Annex American Rodgers !H 25 0 0 2 ,2611Woolbright Under the watchful eyes of new.
City Engineers, putting togethertwo CrownPaced 42 11 1 1 0 .262 ly appointed head mentor, Keith
base-knocks and three free Webb . 76 17 2 0 0 ,2311Gondenr : assistant
Bailey and coach Paul
,. U
10 1 1 0 l.l5:
passes for four tallies in the initial by backstop John Coxon, -- --- Crane .. ,. .10R 26 4 1 1 zn I Fnn (e, the WAVE softballers
canto. Then, in the top of the who registered a circuit-clout in ''In a three-game----------1 McSPllm .. 9 2 1 0 0 .22'.l have been slowly rounding Into
third, the Engineers pushed another the seventh inning to sew the for the station BlOcker .. 3'1 8 1 0 0 .210 form with three returnees from
up ..
Manning SIt 18 1 0 1 .205
0 tally across the plate to tie ball game, the Chief Petty Officers In the only other game played (;ushanas 34 6 0 2 0 ,177Wenger last years top-notch squad back
up the score. 44. But, it took came from behind in Monday's Monday. VF-131 finished a pro 62 9 1 0 0 .U5 on the field.Bearing .

the locals only a few minutes to play-off encounter with VA-44 to tested game starting in the sec -. -- --- -- I the colors of NAS for y

break the deadlock as they came cop the American league Intra- ond inning with a five-run lead, Today's housewife works only the fifth consecutive year will (be ..
up with' two scores in the third ,I' mural Softball crown, 9-8. and finished on top, defeating Ordnance one-fourth as hard as her. mother; Skipper Moser who will handle thbacktoDDine
made possible by singles off the and Gunnery, 6-4, one-eighth as much as Grandma duties this season. _
| Herschel Borden, who registeredI "
of John Robins, Chet Kidd
and Paul King. I two no-hit performances and three The other two returnees are hurler ...
1 Ruth LeVere and short stop
shut-outs during the regular intra-
From then on the locals pickedup Fran Free.Leading .
speed mural season, toed the rubber for
garnering seven runs
on six hits and three free the Chiefs in the encounter against the elnght new rookies
VA-44, and allowed only six safeties onto the field this season will bo
In the fourth to ice the fray, then I
continued the barrage. with four to chalk up his ninth pitching Alice (Ricky) Larrick, outstandIng -
I without ]loss t tp infielder who has cinched a
victory a
more in the sixth and the final ,
tally in the sixth. In the meantime I i The CPO's walked away with starting berth at third base I
the locals Next in line Is tolt. ,
three tallies before
the Engineers were getting the game was
Kauitian, who handles the insa
two runs in the fifth frame and well underway by garnering six
three in the sixth.Tigers free passes off VA-44 pitcher Sam ('k with veteran skill. Marjorie
Ing the infield will be
I Garvin, who to be
-- --- appeared a
i little wild in the first Inning, to I (.Shine) Shaw, at second

take' an early lead in the contest. Jo Lazzara, Marie Luptowsky.
Suffer Neither combo scored again until Mable Mitchell, Marie Ignatovich ,
the bottom of the third frame !! and Mary Rasich, five newcomers, 1

when VA-44 marked up their first are slated to see duty as outerjgardners. j (

17-14 SetbackChief run as Shorty March reached Mary O'Connor serves .' -
home bn CPO's Coxon as manager. : ..
an error by :
___ _
Stokie Mott's Tiger base Chiefs Rally BROOKLYN AFPS) Big I ;) ;

ball team suffered their seventh once more in the fourth Ralph Branca of the Dodgers recently 'ij ,.
setback of the season last Sundayat canto, the squadron team pulledfar won his seventh game of the ,",1
Mason Field" when they droppeda into the lead in the bottom 1949 baseball season. In the early ',

hectic 17-14 tilt to the Harlem halt of the fifth by collecting four I k t +, season predictions, Rex Barney, : s ;
Square Giants from Jacksonville. : bingles off Borden to register six r J the flreballer, was rated as the 4
Charley Randle, hurler for the runs. The Chiefs rallied early in | top pitcher of the Flock with .

NAS squad, was unable to stop the sixth to garner four more taJ Ralph second. Rex, to date, has i I t tI
Harlem sluggers when they registered i j lies on a pair of safeties, but were j| | copped one contest.WASHINGTON .f
two doubles and four single ,,,still trailing by one marker as they I I

bingles in the Initial inning to take came to bat in the big: seventh, inS 'I (AFPS) The 1

a large six run lead. The locals I ning, Coxon, third man at bat Washington Senators have purchased .
collected a brace of singles anda in the inning, came through with ( hurler Lloyd Hittle from ".

two-bagger for two tallies in the the circuit clout with a mate ,I Oakland in the Pacific Coast '

bottom of the second, and crossedthe aboard that iced the game and League for a sum reported to be. .
plate three times more in the ] gave the CPO's their eleventh in-1 I over $40,000. The deal also In*

third. The Harlem( lads garnered II! tra-mural victory in twelve en- eluded the Immediate transfer of

four safeties ,again in the fourthto counters. j I IFASRON _............._* ....,........."'-- _....,___............... "'....'.._.. """ )"- pitcher Milo Candinl to Oakland.
chase three runs across, but Six and Hospital tied i j Hittle will report to the Nets in
Tiger right fielder Willie Peck for first place In the National cir AMONG TilE QUALIFIERS-Leland Hemming Is about readyto the fall or sooner if possible.! .,
banged out a three-bagger with cuit, are Hated to decide the putt out on the 18th hole In the finish of his qualifying round of

the bases loaded In the locals half league championship In a play-off] the all-station golf championship tourney as Rob Schmidt right, Coney Island's roller coaster Ji!
of the forth to cut the Giants' game this afternoon. The winnerof awaits his turn The battle to decide the station champ is now in fastest In the world-hilt a speed "4j\J;!(

lead to 9-3. this tilt will meet the Chiefs progres oC 70 m.p.h. '