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 16, 1949
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Due For Arrival

2nd Group Of AcademymenIn

Midst Of Air CruisesThe

welcome mat will be thrown out again for the sec-

ond group of second class midshipmen from the U. S. Naval

Academy due to arrive at the Naval Air Station Sunday

i aboard the Caroline Mars in the second in a series of visits

', : : the Middies will make here during the summer.

I Comprising the second of
group [ men resume their tour of the base
the first battalion, whose first contingent Tuesday morning, during which

r; .' I visited here last week, the | time they will be orientated" on

: Academy party arriving here" Sun I various functions, methods, and
.. \ :.. I day will include approximately 92 I techniques employed" at NAS. Tuesday
visitors will
afternoon the
; x \ f c' .'\ men. I leave by plane to continue their _
} ) I i Once settled" after their arrival, summer air cruises.
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iot. the Middies will attend a dance NAS Jacksonville is but one

: TOUK When given in their honor Sunday night I of 21 key Naval air stations which '

the second class midshipmen ( at the Officers Club. Monday the midshipmen are expected to
visit during the summer program.The .
., from the U. S. Naval Academy morning will be set aside fora air cruises are part of the essential .

made their tour of the station general tour of the station, phase of: aviation training.
while Monday afternoon will be
during their two-day stay here !I
liberty time again. The Academy-
last week they were joined by
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20 Air Cadets from Pakistan, w- I ----- : Society Drive

;a India who have just completedtheir # k
feE A G,:: Pao I Is. Green Cove Man
training; at Craig field in Nets $4,891

I }. Jacksonville. West meets East .., t Wins New Car
as Midshipman Robert Brodie a ; !
.', it:' i| Winning a new" two-door 1949 A total of $4.891.48 was collect '
,1. of the Academy greets com
Chevrolet" was "just like gettinga I ed by the Navy Relief Society dur-
9g _,.,. mander sergeant E. I). Dau death notice" so says Clifford |ing its recent drive here which
Smith of Pakistan, top, as the I 1... Geiger, Lewis drive, concluded last Friday with the
; visitors ready for their tour. Green Cove Springs holder of I raffling of the new 194j9UChevro-.
.. ] E. Howard of Air ,
'I ( ; .t. Robert the lucky ticket number for let.
.j w :t Group 4, right. explains the the car raffled here last Fri I Of the total], $4,663 came from
working of a plane tail hook to 4663 tickets sold for chance at
", day in the climax of the Navy a
Pakistan cadet Frederick A.
Relief Society's fund campaign. the new car which was won by
':J.'" Jsiaacs. I The 47-year-old 5 and 10 cent Clifford L. Geiger of Green" Coveat

." -- -- appliance store proprietor was I the drawing at the bandshell
not present at the drawing but last Friday.
Paid While Learning
t Cuban Official was notified by Lt. Sam H. I Other receipts included, golf

Brewer, campaign committee tournament $113 from Of-
I ; gifts
J Naval Air Reserve Unit To Offer Pays Short Visit member, of his good fortune. I fliers' Wives Club $4092 and
Upon notification Geiger reported miscellaneous collections, $74.56,
Commodore Pedro E. Pascual the next" day to claim the I
i Proceeds from the drive
,F : Borges, Chief of Staff of the Cu- I prize. I conducted
With by the Jacksonville Auxiliary
\i Summer Training Camp Pay ban Navy stopped off at the Naval i Married and with a family of of the Navy Relief Society
; Air Station for a short visit I
I four. the holder of luckv ticket
make it for the continued
17th possible
/ One hundred Jacksonville boys who have reached their while enroute to Washington wherehe I I
number 10967, has
traded the
. ', birthday and can meet all the qualifications will be able to spend will be guest of the Chief of I 2-door sedan for 4- operation of the local auxiliary is
the summer as a paid guest of NARTU, at a special recruit training Naval Operations, original a assisting Navy men and women
i door Chevrolet for family\ convenience who are in need of financial aid.
.. with
: Haip pay. Accompanying Commodore forges I As a result of one .
. '' The training camp which will I were his aides" Ixdr. Julio S. ticket purchase -- one dollar tot-
Recruits desiring to I
June 20 and close August 14, expenses.
open and Fernandez Prio j
live at home will receive com (I e.Mr.! Geiger now has two 4-H Clubbers Due
is part of the program instigated and Lcdr. Oscar livery, naval .t. cars He already had a 1946
,, by the Chief of Naval Air Reserve muted rations allowance. I tache to the Cuban embassy in model." I For Station Visit
'., Training, Rear Adm. Richard E I First Hand Info Washington. I
X native of Green Cove I
'' Whitehead, in which each of the Response gathered by recruiting -*i \\hileheretheCubanofficerand Springs, the elated winner of I II I II Two hundred 4-H Club boys

27 Naval Air Reserve Units teams sent to talk to student his party met with two Cuban officers I I this year's prize, said "1 never and girls from Nassau county are
b throughout the country may recruit Iso bodies of all high schools has been Lt Aguiline Conde Soto and 'I, I won anything before in my life. due at the Naval Air Station fora
100 lads to spend the summer enthusiastic that lads selected I
Lt. jg) Antonio Garcia Fernandez The day of the drawing I didn't full day's visit today rThurs
,j", as a member of an Organized will have to place quite high in who are presently studying methods even think of going to hear the day i During their visit, the 4.
Those who do not desire both physical and general classification
and techniques at the Overhaul results. H-ers will be conducted on a tour
to remain in the Reserve may tests. Applicants who and Repair department. .! t of the base.
resign after completing the course. have not reached their 18th birth. .- -
A training syllabus has been arranged day must also have their parents'
'r: for the recruits that will consent.
have them learning shipboard organization Young men attending the com-
visual signaling, gun. ing camp will\ be given oppoituni-
nery, flight deck operations and ty to learn at first hand all about
aircraft power plants. Also In. : the Naval Air Reserve program
cluded will be a two-hour athletic I and especially the work of the
period each day, with the final "Week-end Warriors". Member1 .
two weks to be sepnt on the 1 (Continued on Page :2))
NARTU flight line where recruits --- ----
will be taught to start and warm
up engines and taxi aircraft, I Child Non-Swimmers
t s The young men will receive a
y s f seaman recruit's base pay of $75 I Due For TrainingI 1 \ d
4 per month during their training, I YI
nay live at the NARTU barracksand I Can your child swim It not
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may mess without additional I here Is the opportunity to launch
him on a swim training program 'I .
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where sons and daughters of Naval I'I'I ,... .
:,. Inspections Slated personnel six: years of age or I 1>' a z

I more, may learn to swim under :
": ; Friday Saturday the proposed training set up by .., 1k.
the Physical Training and Recre ,' '
A military inspection of the Naval ,, ation Department. t: ..tw

Air Station to be made by I Children non-swimmers may receive f<:........,
Capt. Alvin I. Malstrom, Com eight swimming lessons : ,:;.,
mander Naval Air Bases, Sixth I ing the course Lessons '. f \

... Naval District, Friday, will pre. given by the NAS swimming.dur'j _I '
r -, cede a personnel inspection to be 'I partment on Mondays and 1<' ; J 'Cq1.
.conducted Saturday by Admiral at 1430 and 1545 for one F 3 8t ft ftAN
Robert W. Commandant first 25 to enroll will "
Hayler The
Sixth Naval District, prise the first class. com __'_'__'_'0' _.__ ,___" __ -' ._____ __________________ .___
t', ; The Inspection party will con. Deadline for enrollment" is Fri I IDEA THAT PAH Ol'T-Although! he left the base in 1918 Frank A. Valdes, former em
.,':' :,' duct the military inspection Friday day, June 17 at 120J First class ployee at the Naval Air Station, returned front Miami last Friday to accept a $500 check and a letterof
. .. '. following an assembly at 0830, will convene Monday June 20 Parents commendation from Under Secretary of Navy W. John Kennedy for his beneficial suggestion
while the personnel inspection will of non-swimmers can call offered while employed here. Valdes receives the check from Executive Officer Porter F. Bedell in
n' 2 be conducted" Saturday morning at Chief Arthur Schaffer at extension: the presence of Capt. Robert O. Minter, Supply Officer, left, and Arnold O. Anderson, Industrial: Re
1000 at the Mat area. 83a3 between 0900 and 1130" daily. lotions officer, ..riht.Hundreds .

Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 16 June 1949

Jax Editorial Air Offices r Hews r---- Navy Junior Here II Classified Bulletin I ,

South Wing Loner Deck Wa 'II i4LJT Add To LaurelsNot Bulletins will be accepted only until space Is tilled. Call ext. 8250.

Bldg. 930 SALE -

Telephone Exh'n"llon-31M I CRA. all the honors in the Navy For'sale-1 sun lamp hammock, 1 floor 1 lamp dining, 2stove C.paint Sutherland lob.: Mechanically, Ext. 509.llty1 perfect W.
Ladrew U. rUney, KdlUrDM are gathered by wearers of the top ovens.
room suite' kitchen utensil\ 1 radio Utility Boat. Contact Wads- .
lanced., ADI. Ohei r.w....', AA, : Navy blue as the feats of young Phone fr-3719. Amy Shaver, worth 4635 Ordinal Bird Ext. 771. .

SUM Writer. I George Smith. 11 year-old son of, Route 1, Box 178-A. -PIf>Ce maple'Ing,, room suite 25.: .
The JAX AIR NEWS U published I Comdr. A. B. R. Smith of the Child maple youth bed $18. Cordon Skinner Ext. 253, during the day,
= Alcorn, 3641 A Erwin SL. Dewey and Ext. 8151 In the evening, ,
weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station I' >>e the weatherman takes Naval Hospital) will attestGrorge I'ark.

Jacksonville Florida, and printed into consideration" our plans for --.e ,.,as -.... Officer's uniform Items Commander'scap. 3 Rooms of furniture and 1940 Ford
Must sell June
station by
commercially non-epproprialeu size 7 1-8. Black officer's raIn- wngon.
funds it no expense to the government tonight because everyone is look- coat. Cap F. E. Wlgellus. USN. 20th. J. D. Montgomery 1257 Cumberland -
and In compliance tdltf1 SecNav Circular ing forward to the weiner roast in 1349 West Cypress St.. Gainesville.. Rd.
Letter 45-1918 December 1915. I[ the Grove. There will also be '48 Kozy coach trailer 24'. sleeps 4. Ivory Kiddle Koop Excellent condi
Copies are distributed free of chargeat I j horse shoe pitching, dancing on Must see to appreciate Rusty Molon' lion Dickinson. 1435B Randolph,
the Naval Air Station, the Naval the Ext. 231 or Lot 29. Azala Trailer NAS Ext. 8179.
Air Reserve: Training I Unit Naval Aux1iiiary I I I' shuffleboard court and singing Park. Roosevelt Blvd. New bedroom suite and' Inner-spring
Air Station, Cecil Field, and the around the fireside Be on hand yF.1k '37 Ford coach with radio heater, new mattress. Also china closet, 13H8Dancy
U. S. Naval Hospital.The i tonight (Thursday) at 1930 for a Mercury engine, side wall tires Trailer St. G W. Umble.
I No. 2, Berkemeyer. Phone Eat
fine time.
Solid oak 3-plece living room suite $50..
JAX AIR NEWS U a member of I I I Good news to all patif'nl8--The ow, '40 fi6 Black] 4-door sedan La Sslle. Radio II Barry 227 Lora St., Jax Beach

the Ships' Editorial Association and'. Southern Bell girls of Jax will be fair offer con Phone 4566. ..,
the Armed Forces I Press Set vice. Reproduction i! here Monday June 20 for a Bingo I t"t htf.rJtnr F. Hill. Ext. J Cherry drop-leaf table, ITS. Small mahogany
of material from these I party in the recreation hall. 8181 or 50]. side board both f eves restored
sources must bear a credit line. Republication Theyare hand ,
One Shirk electric shaver ''I. One finished Mr. Oiling,
of other matter, except by ; bringing the prizes and Mrs. Remington foursome electric sharer I phone 2-SU37. :.;, .
service publications U prohibited' without Conic McGowan who is in chargeof .x4.r *9. Lcdr. Guy Stroud. Phone Ext. REST
permission of Editor JAX AIR !: the group will be in charge of { 456. I
\ NEWS. the ACE leplsleivd black rocker span New furnished apt. Electric! kitchen !
I party. Remember, BingeS at iels. 7 weeks old. 4 to choose from. I Two blocks from Avondale. Mrs
1930 Monday. S2S. J. E. Llndberg. 3104 OAR. Chapman 3582 Hendrlcks.
Occupational Therapy Miss Route 4. Box 421C.: 4-Room Apt. completely furnished Private -
C Minna Seitner who has been attending 5 Loulidlle grand slam golf irons *5 bath and entrance. Cooking<<
1 I each S. M. Mowr. Ext. 361 or 8230. utensils Mrs. E. M. RJcker. 2024
the Tyler Art School in 1942 Chety Club Coupe. TOO. Needs College Call '7- ,t81.
Philadelphia is volunteering to -- 3- (>droom unfurnished house In Murray
work in the department every Hill. Interior being renovated '
OneTime HAS Apply Lt. Comdr Coals, 5135 Aslrale
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and St.

Thursday morning, Miss Seitner Lovely !rooms hot water, with or without .. -
i has had experience In art, sculpturing meals. Cents only, Edwards,
ceramics, and painting. Worker Receives 'I 1521 Riverside Ate Phone 8-6371.
1223 Willow Branch Ace Near NA5.I .
Come down and watch the pot Refined Electric
couple. kitchen'
When on liberty\ << visitSKnVICKMKN'S- ter's wheel in action and I .
I you too $60. Potter. 2-5998.
: :
( West I will want to give it a go. Awards For IdeasA I Widow would like coupe to share Mine .; ..

i)2J \11ft..t: I I Harry Hodge is the current plas Mrs.Electric Dorman.kitchen.' Phone Contenlent 2",' IOH. to NAS. I'' % ..

Phone 4-2104 tic king. He excels in delicate former Naval Air Station employee 2 Newly decorated cool rooms. One '
Till'n"DA", J...., II\UI sandwich Frank A. Valdes of MI- I
trays and plates, all fron: block from Murray Hill and NAS ; :
Special> record making in the club. his own original patterns. )fr, Smith ami, came back for a visit last I bus. Phone' K-51.16. t Sfc ty:
Talk a letter home, or sing pour favorHe Furnished 3-Brdronm house Children : : ;
Hodge has donated his Friday and it turned out to be a
patterns .
with accompaniment. '
song piano i over 12 accepted Dalhouse, phone<< >'
KUIDAV, Jeer 17lh ': to the shop for the use of pa- Young Smith's latest honor was wholly worthwhile one -- worth I I 24024.Nice I r :,t,;

1730-llorte Back Riding at the G. I.Haiburner's i tients. winning the DAR medal at Venetia $525 and a letter of commendationfrom loom with two meals. For penlleman ,. : ,
stamping grounds, Magnolia I School in Jax where he was Undersecretary of the Navy I I In prltate home. Very reasonable '

Stables." Transportation I leases I I (chosen the outstanding boy citizen \V. John Kennedy. Ortega district near NAS. "' ", ',,\
club at 1730 on the dot Mrs. StipP.I 2741 Arapahoe. Ph. 2-3420 "
'ATI'JiIJU'. Jiiae lOth Change Revealed The medal is awarded- by I j Once employed' at the Overhauland I 3-Room Apt. unfurnished, Atallable ..."t,.
: the Jacksonville"chapter of the Repair department here, Val- now Phone 4-3248. 627 Edison Axe.MXs '; -
Meet your h (' bring >our j W
shipmates Open louse: Saturday night. : In Ferry Hours |I olution.daughters of the American Rev I des received the check and commendation : Herring.Single and double. room In private \ ,'':''

,frl'NDAY, Jeer lilt II as a result of a Beneficial home. Convenient to NAS Reason< "-
IttiO-}.\&, Hour with sacred music The following schedule for the' George won the Navy junior golf suggestion submitted while able' Shullz. 2-50.TO.: "' ;
on the piano by Mary Smith 1400- ( the 2-nedroom. completely furnished house i":
1 ferry between Bolles School i championship here last Spring and employed by Navy tl t
Home town hour. 1700-Vesper music -
Rent S100 on lease Lt. B. B, 8a- ; _
1MW-Buffet Supper 223.-Songfest dock and the station boat dock !' I previously, had captured the box- Last Friday's awards, presentedIn J'Ud.'F..11.. Phone Ext. 460. Atoll- ..:
old and new fa\orllet. Is now In effect. '; ing championship in his weight in ceremony by Comdr. Porter F.Bedell. able July 1st, ("

MONDAY. JMC t tkIfttO Monday through Frlday- ; a tournament at Annapolis. ( NAS Executive Officer In Large!: new 5-room house, unfurnished. "
\ -Game night with bunco, checkers j I Active in Boy Scout work, young the presence of Capt. Robert O. Venetian! blinds furnished $75. !S234: '. ..
Leave Bolles 0730 and arrive'
prizes, bingo!: ping-pong and part'ne Overhaul and De- Bragg Rd.. Murray Hill N, E. Shill-
Smith Is member of the Minter. Repair
rs on the menu.TI'E'UAV. station dock 0745. Leave station I a Navy-
!' Jeer JUt dock at 1645 and arrive Bolles sponsored Troop 131 and also the partment officer and Arnold O. Unfurnished 3-room apt with kitchen

19.10-Roller skating at Jax Roller School dock 1700.Saturday's school boy patroL Anderson Industrial Relations officer equipped. Private entrance, Refined I
Rink, U.S.O. night. In the Clufr- were additional recognition'of t'mJ'lo'f'roupl... Phone 75673.HELP .
schedule Leave I I
and makln'
men poppln candy idea which previously had S ,
MEUNKMIAY, June 22.d Bolles School dock at 0730 and j' I an Wanted: Lionel or American Flier >'
I' Valdes $250. His total receipts -
Miniature golf at the Shady Oaks arrive station dock at 0745. brought toy lialn. Kenton. 4fl07-A) Row Housing
course on Peail Street. Shoot for low for time labor and moneysaving Dewey Park
Leave station dock at 1215 and I I ': ,
Mine with your favorite partner i suggestions now amount to Wanted: Ride. from 1.TO8! Danry St. '
. ATTENTION-Watch for opening off arrive at Bolles 1230. "J j $900. to NAS oaOO-lKJO.. Miss Crosby I j.
the new club, will be sooner than anticipated 5
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earlier.NohNew, I 1 I HIM More Ideas Wanted : Jobs as hbv sitter Jean '

Model Plane Meet I I Ihydraulic |I Valdes' money-saving idea :j jwas rite Phone Steward'8373. 1147 Allegheny, NAS ,

of for''
I I a developing a process Wanted: Jobs as babY sitter )fl.. ,'
NuggetsITS I Set At Corry Field reworking burned sodium-filled exhaust I May Glandon. phone 2-9785.. ; ',
I valves. Other devices developed Wanted: Jobs as baby sitter Mix
SO NICEto be able toI by the former NAS worker Oclle, 1661 PershlngRoad, rhone ,
- .. tell you that despite the heat The Dixie Regional airplane 8-4919. :; 1
we will remain through I model air show is slated for July I during. seven years at Over- For : On NAS golf course Diamond' .
open 16 and 17 at Admiral Mullinnlx ; Oil I.-Jttl Another haul and Repair, for which he received :. Owner can claim, upon Identification. :'
r the summer. However, our shop | shirt tail has been torn off In hon- : monetary awards, were, Call Grego. -OOO].
-' will operate only one day a Field (world's smallest airfield) located or of a solo flight. Cliff Dixonis an extractor for removing push- Lost: Port of vacumn cleaner, brush,
I at the Naval Auxiliary Air around .
weekThursday at the regular Dewey Park. John Wa..11.331"A .
the newest of the
Station Field Pensacola fly-boy Hy rod glands; a special tool for Installing Dewey Park
Corry ,
hours-1000 until 1400.
Fla. draulic shop Cray ton Gar- valve seats: a safety skid Wanted: Ride lo or near Dayton ,
This week we are featuring rett has reinforced his chair Per- : grill for varsol booths and a safe- Ohio around end of June for Mother
another sale of infants' and tots' The contest Is open to all persona sonal safety measure for 200 ty chain for keeping steel containers and daughter. Mr*. Cook, phone
I clothing. Included are gowns over 7 years of age who holda 1 61122.
strain the
pounds of stress and on 1, on the lift truck. Baby Sitter: Any night and will be ,
underwear, blankets, dresses valid AMA model sporting li\- furniture, no doubt. A, F. Zeig- Valdes was employed at Overhaul available week days after June 6th. r:"
and rompers.! cense. Licenses may be purchasedat ler has been telling of a new babyat Carol DodMin. Ext. 8345. .
Every Thursday at the NOT the contest site. Each contestant his home We all expected cigars and Repair from 1911-48, attaining Wanted: Driving to los, Anpeles, :, '
the rating of Leadingman Calif, Leaving June :2Wh. Would .i,
NEW SHOP in the Hobby Shop may enter no more than one until we learned the "baby"was : ,
like share and e '
Aircraft Mechanic Motor He left someone to driving ,
from 1000 until 1400. model each '
Building, in event. Boston Bull A. B. '
a pup. Syl- In 1948 to his own aircraft expenses. Phone 7-5345. Mrs Flfer. ..
Entrants will begin registeringtheir via tied the knot for a June wed Wanted to Rent: 2 or 3-bedrootn fur- -,
at the Miami
accessory shop International fished' home Convenient to NAS.
models at 0800 Saturday
ding. Congratulations and the y
Air Reserve Airport L. P. Whltmlre. phone 2-3528. "
16. AMA rules and regulations best of luck "
shall be observed. Similar\ suggestions: are turnedin ;
Hangar 122-Anything can hap- ,
Osttaucd f f-om r1)) :-, __ |, pen here and it usually does If annually by hundreds of em- Special Father's Day .

snip in the Naval Air Reserve entitles I Post Newspaper Reporter: y'oM-ptey around long enough there ployees of the station. Althoughnot At '
each lad to drill one weekend 1 I all are accepted, out of 584 Program Chapels ;;...,
i .Ma'am'I've been trying to see 'Is always something nE'going on.
each month with their turned in total of Father's will be observedwith "
respective you for a story all week! 1 Hangar personnel put it under the during 1048 a Day
squadron and an annual two- I' 230 were adopted at an estimated a special program at All-
i WAC Captain: "All right, Cor- heading of "good gosh, what'next
weeks training cruise with pay. 'I savings at NAS Jax of nearly Saints Chapel Sunday June 19 at
poral. Make a date with my Com- ? or "quick Henry the flit, i
Organized Reserve duty establishes pany Clerk." It has been'otf'd upon to buy 275000.: So far in 1949, 426 suggestions !! 1045 with Station Chaplain. Capt.
I longevity and adds points I have been received and' Francis Lee Albert delivering an .
i Reporter: 'I did that, :Ma'am.and Breezy Antone a pint sized anchor '
toward retirement for its mem I of these 80 awards from "Dad".
ranging appropriate sermon on
to her from
had a swell time. But I'd still keep blowing
berg Members who continue in $10 to $250 will be made within and choir
like an interview. \ away on the way to and from Congregational hymns:
will be eligible for the new the next. week i
college renditions will be in with
I the Ferry on windy days: John I keeping
Naval Reserve Officers Candidate -- ----- ---- -- -
m. II'' Sailor: (reading) "What's a Kilday says that there are still ,III exact translation of said rules. i the occasion. Families are invitedto

hrogra --- I' Chinese urn?" I j II some rules to ball playing that Olga Davis, nee Bashour was worship together .a ,
Post Librarian: "That. dependson I he never heard of. Or at least'I 'II out last week due to a stiff neck. -- .

) BREEZESMD I how long he works, I I he never heard of the same Just how did you say you acquired Wives' Club Holds'Bingo.Gatherings
----- -- --- --- -
that, Olga ? '
: "Why do you have LK I Time Section---At\ last we know ...

f 138 tattooed on your back ?" : Boy Scouts To Rendezvous what It is that keeps all mechanics Another in a series of Thursday

Patient: (on sick call) "That'sno in ordnance shop so spruced i night Bingo games sponsored: by

tattoo. My wife ran into me up When Dorothy Citanis wanders 'the Navy Wives' Club Is cardedfor

while I was opening the garage HereAtNAS During SummerSome through, there's something 2000 tonight at the club's 'n

, doors"s mighty nigh to a small riot. < headquarters on Ellison Street "t"I

That's what you get for having i Dewey' Park. a' II

Recruit: "Boy, did I have a 300 Boy Scouts from Florida such a sunny smile Dotty. Won I Two jackpots, other cash awar 3sii ',' _
narrow escape on bivouac I saw Georgia! North and South servation! flight in which the scouts der why Malcolm Butler is wear- i and worthwhile prizes are being : ;, "

something floating through the I Carolina will Invade the Naval Air I II ''I' will be instructed in navigationand ing such a smug little smile late- I'offered Part of the proceeds from 'if k :

tent, no I stabbed it with a bayonet {Station Sunday to begin the first piloting, movies and a swimming ly? Do we get three guesses ? Bingo games go to the Wives'' Club 'r< ;,

Later, I found it was my period of the third annual regional ," meet. Evening conferencesare I We've always heard that the sap I I jNursery at the Station. :<} ,
own shirt" > Senior Scout rendezvous to be held : also on the docket. Scouts rose in the spring! and sure enough ImE'thE'y're & ,
Clerk: "What was close about here I,i I will operate) as crews in poets, Butler now walks around and I /

that?" I I This year's rendezvous will consist ships squadrons and outfits withan takes an interest In life. Sailor: "Your eyes fascinate

Recruit: "Suppose I hadn't taken of two sessions the first beginning I I adult leader accompanying each I I I By the way-Cora Owens of Instrument dew in 'them.beautiful." I can see

and extending to unit.v Shop said that going to
it off that night ? Sunday
Chick "Take it Thatain't
June 25: and the second to be held I I The plan of each day will be to I the dogs has Its points. From do: that's easy" son.
"Ma. what's a second storyJoan I June 26-July 2, with enrollment indoctrinate scouts in naval methods now on you may call her "Lucky", -- .
?" limited to 300 for each session. duties and reponsibllitles carried Have you seen Charlie Tresca

"That's your father If I don't I I I During their camp here the I out by the Navy latery? He looks like a Junior ex. Song lilt of the W..kDon't

lit liE-ve his first story, he alwayshas Scouts will undergo an extensive I Lcdr James C. McCoy of the I 1 ecutive of nome sort with those Try to Lift That Piano

another one..0 I program. They will receive daily ,. Naval Air Station nan outlined dapper little bow ties. Chief Auntie. You Know You're Too

instructions In aeronautics, link I the program and will be in charge I II Morgan has decided that since he I Old to Carry a Tune "

Quiz Master: What two kindsof I trainers aircraft operations, main lof I the arrangements. Commodoreof I II lost his looks, It's his winning personality .

wood make a match t I tenance, engines, and shop work. I the rendezvous will be John E. and sunny disposition that I She: (on phone) "Say Joe

Stephanie: He would and she The visiting scouts will make a I Montgomery of Tallahassee M. keeps' him busy trying to avoid the could you go to a patty next month

W' would. cruise on the destroyer escort Mc G. Boswell regional executive, and fair sex Sems Bill Early of the for a couple getting married in

Clelland and will visit ships of the Capt. Robert L. McCauley, Boy Laboratory has some odd ideas on j early June ?" ,..

Detective: "So. you're lookingfor Atlantic Reserve Fleet based at Scout llason officer for the Air how nitric acid should be mixed. lie: "I suppose I can find time

your (cashier Is he tall or Green Cove Springs. Force, will represent the regional Well which Is It, with hot or cold I Who's the couple getting married -

rhort 1"Drok"r McCoy) In (1trjre .staff with headquarters) in Atlanta. water? ?"

: "Both." Also on the agenda will be <<1b'- I ,By Elizabeth Ma -h. I She: "Us."


16 June 1949 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

>, Youngsters Study

Insect Habitude R f J

'.,During Field Trip

t About 35 local youngsters enrolled ,

in the Children's Museum's ..rLr I
From all the sunburned noses
summer nature course, were furnished -
around the Administration Build-
the to
answers many aspects -
of insect life, here Tuesday ing on Monday morning it's not
of their outlinedfor hard to tell where most of the Pub-
t as part program
the summer months. lic Works personnel spent their
week-end Helen Johnson re-
The youthful naturalists, ranging turned to work Tuesday after a
from 10 to 15 years of age,
delightful 10 days at Kingsley
were guided on a field-lecture trip Beach. She and Hubby Paul went

by Lcdr. John M, Hirst, Naval en- fishing, swimming and boating .
tomologist who heads the first } ,, a Betty Herrington of Mail File Unitis
U S. Malaria and
Navy Mosquito
on two weeks leave and we can
Control Unit established at
picture Betty sitting dreamily by
NAS. Following the morning lecture some Florida lake with a fishing
which was held In the dispensary ( /Lw
pole in her hand Lcdr. D.
the intricacies
laboratory -
M. Rait, assistant PWO returned
of the microscope and to work today after a week's leave

other equipment was explained, the down state We were sony
visiting group was taken to the to learn of the death of Herman
field area adjacent to the Naval Griffis' grandmother last week.
Hospital where they trekked
through woodland and clearing, Howard Rutledge of Housing has
searching with the aids of nets for"bugs" transferred to Sixth Naval Districtin
E' and natural phenomena. Charleston. We)11 all) miss Rut,
but we expect to see him some-
Commander Hirst was aided In n .
II time in July'when he anticipates
answering the question of the business in Jacksonville Elea-
young group by five naval reserve I Ii nor Womeldurf is now Mrs. John-
officers on routine two weeks' active
ny Walker She has been so quiet
tours at the Naval A fi
till hard-
.-- since the honeymoon we
station. I ly know she is around. Two officers -
The field test here Tuesday was RECRUITS GET TRAINING-Clifford Khineheimer, TD2, NAKTU ground training instructorI are presently at PW on two
the first In the program In which I takes charge of a class in seamanship attended by seaman recruits. Seamanship is one of theI weeks training duty, Lt. WilliamH.

insect, marine and bird life will I courses that will be taught at the eight-week special recruit training camp with pay, to be sponsored Daigherty and Lt. (Jg) George
te studied by the Museum youngsters this summer by NARTU R. Tyler.
during their summer months. -
News From 'Ire Hox--We un-
----- -----
Personnel Leads : derstand that A. C. (Chub) Wal-

lax Tars At Home I : flJeeP.endtllin'l7 ker had quite a party not long ago.
Even the Jacksonville Police De-
With Spinners, Macon Competition i partment were represented (by request -
Notes of Chub's neighbors.) That ,
; l :
Personnel section maintainedIts
Presently engaged 'in a four- weekin particular patrolman who answered -
l lead during the past
game series with the Greenville fromNARTU the call to Chub's house was an
Spinners, the Jacksonville Tars begin the military division among | old buddy of the Walkers and It's
L a three-game series with the I Bond purchasers with a 18.3 percent I, reported that he (the patrolman) I
Macon Peaches' Friday night. increase In savings bond I is the better-half of the Theus

Manager Jack Aragon's Tars enrollees. family. The party started out to

meet Greenville tonight for the I Four new pledges one each be a cooking demonstration but

final game of the series.' The Tars in Personnel, Operations. O & R someone threw some bourbon in
will\ conclude their present home and Supply have boosted theI FASRON-58-When this columnat ly. Wanted are men interested Mrs. Walker's chowder. The boysat
stand Sunday with Macon. I standings of these units in the its last appearance reportedthat enough In the Navy to be here No.3 have nick-named J. W.
I competitive Opportunity Savings John E. Warren, ADE1, had with the squadron when drills are Johnson "Van Johnson". Come to
i Bond contest now In effect joined Fasron 58, It was not known held. Those who are not, are justso I think of it, he does look like a

here. Close behind the leading what a noteworthy individual he much "dead wood. I Van from the rear.
PPLY Personnel division are ComNab- is. Not only did John serve in Congratulations to squadron Mary and Dub Faglie returnedto

I 6 and Dental Department with both World Wars, but he served dental officer, Lt. jg) Harold Le- work this week from leave,

percentages of 14.2 and 13.3, re- { with President Harry S. Truman vin who has opened new offices of I Ralph Mosely got his thrill of a
SALLIESRose j' I I spectively. in the 35th Division in France. his own on Park Street. Drop in lifetime a wek ago. After completion -

I I John was a PFC at that time, and see the Doc when you or the I of a firefighting course

Following Is the competitive I When 1940 came along, it lookedas family have tooth trouble Mosely had to answer 35 questionsand
I list to date: if a new war was brewing, and And you married men who would under the 'marks" column,

I IHopt. ".r.. Pledges IarreseNs. j John enlisted in the Navy. His like to be single can look up Lcdr he stated that the course wouldn'tbe

: New y( son was also in the Navy in the Baxter Maintenance Officer of the complete until after a ride on
Rose are redlike Nix's hair; last war. John is an employee of squadron. He has severed his con- a fire engine. He got his chancea
Personnel .. 82 JO 8.3
But hope is dead-or in despair. NAB-6 ...... 7 I 14.2 I O & R and Fasron 58 is honoredto I nections in Gainesville and is now day or so later. As he climbed
For though there was many a Dental .. 1:5: 2 13.3 have him aboard. engaged in general practice of law onto one of the trucks to get the

battle that raged, OII.lIonl. .4146 29 71)Medlcai Chief Photographer, formerly I at the Consolidated Building in feel of things, suddenly bells
.3 2 3.8
The is over-cause Norma's Jax with the law firm of
fightin' Rogers, and"the
I Physical Tr. :M 2 3:5: known as "Bill" should be ad- I clanged. horns began blowing
engaged! Yard . ... 35 I l,8 dressed henceforth as "Honorable {Towers and Bailey. driver cranked the truck.
Yep, the little girl In the front O&R..40\! 4 .7 Commissioner William G. Roy". At As this column went to press, Mosely frantically tried to get off

Office has finally succumbed to Supply.. .:::::;,155 8 0 1 :.0.6X3 the elections in Lake City May 3, the skipper ordered the following { but was pushed back on in the

the old line June, moon and tune, X-4 .. ....... 20 0 .0 Honorable Roy was' elected City dropped from the squadron for mad rush of firemen clamoring
as currently sung by Ralph Hen- Trlln p. ..... 34 0 .0 Commissioner, receiving nearly lack of interest and nonattendanceat I aboard. Off they went, Mosely got
ricks, and the pair plan to cut Commun. ... 8.\ 0 .0 I, twice as many votes as his op- drills: Jesse Haynes, SK; S. his ride and his course was com
X.I .. .... 88 0 .0
their wedding< cake the latter part I j I ponent. This Is the Chief's first S. Karsakov, SR; H. C. Blanton, I plete. However he says, it will
(>f August or the first of Septf'm-I venture into politics. With such BMGSA; E. H. Millan. SKG3; Ray- I be the last time he'll) ever fill out

a running start, no one will\ be mond Tripp, AMSAM; and L. E, a "remarks" column in an exam.

ber.As you know by now, Christine' Netters Play PensacolaAt surprised if some day we have a Crane, ADE2. Names of those ------------

Bishop. made a trip to personnel to Governor in the squadron.The dropped In the future will be printed.
report a name-change. Riverside Saturday following have joined the Don't let your name be on the Ceramic SpecialistTo
has squadron since the last report: list!
Brief Bits-Peggy Bryan: I
Swinging back Into action aftera Conduct Classes
Carl Giarusso, ADE3 Carson
len tramping around the barefoot ; Rear Admiral Richard E. White-
country in home-state Geor- couple of weeks respite JaxNavy's Jones SR; Charles Simmons, III, head, Chief of Naval Reserve I
tennis aggregation plays A class in ceramics Is now be-
Sr.; Vincent Wascak, ADE1; William -
gia for the past two weeks Training, has congratulated Fas-
host to a .strongFensacola com- I for all station -
Anderson AOF3 Robert LouIs ing organized personnel .
Pore ole Ma Williams in south ; ron 58 and other squadrons on the .
bine at the Riverside Courts In and with the
area is down to her last yacht Bowles SA; Roy Kennington, recent inspection made of this activity. -
Jax Saturday afternoon. !ADE2 William Thomas AN Ev- [ first organization meeting !!chedI -
in the form of a brand spankingnew ; ; Among favorable comments
'49 Pa:kard sedan Velma | The locals will be seeking revenge erett Tucker, ADE1; and Lee made in his dispatch are with re- | tiled Monday June 20 at the Physical -

Kirk looking fit and tan from her | for a previous defeat administered ,Walker, AMS3. Welcome aboard, gard to improvement In material Training and Recreation office -

week's vacash Clyde Sharpe I by the invading Goslings 1 glad to have you! Incidentally, if condition and appearance, note- I building 726.
clocked out an hour early on leave I whose roster includes the Sixth we continue to get new men, we worthy advancement in adminis- I This ancient art of pottery making .

Friday to have time to shop Naval District singles and doubles will\ be able to remove from the tration and organization, and a 50 which has become quite popular -

around for a wedding ring. The champs. The matches get under squadron muster roll some of the per cent increase in training op- : over the past few years will

Sadie-Murphy-Jim Turner nuptials way at 1330.. I men who do not show up regular- erations as compared to last year be conducted by Mrs. Zoe Ann

are definite for Saturday night at -- I I All officers and enlisted men are Rhode, whose interesting ceramic

fc p. m. on June 25. The ceremonywill Of Piscine Catches Hauled expected to take their two-week I|I works will be on display at Ship's
l>e at the bride's home and : training duty with the squadron. Service merchandise store and the

friends of the couple are invited. Only under the most unusual circumstances Hobby Shop.

The pair expect to honeymoon a During Saturday Sea Excursions will requests for this A complete course of one lessona
couple of weeks in New Orleans. 'I duty at another time or place be'' wek for six weks will be offeredfor

Salute To Procurement: John bass considered. Any individual officer 900. Supplies used during
Grouper, striped
Colvin's hard working section has 'barracuda, snapper trigger fish and dol- I 11ts crew of four the vessel starts planning or requesting training I I I the course will be available at the

always been noted.as a "can-do" i Iphin is the usual catch for poten- lit trip, weather permitting, at 0600 i duty to be performed at an activity Hobby Shop.
organization and seldom, if ever, other than that to which at- ---------
tial Isaac Waltons who take in the
can you find one of Its members from the boat facility dock, cruises 1 tached should read NAReaTRaComd Si: "Do this be the Woman't
I drift fishing excursion every Sat- for 21 miles! down the St John'sriver C.L 65-49. Exchange?" i
assisted Floyd
"unbusy. Ably by
about 15 miles off Mayport
urday I
; to Mayport. There it relieves "
Barnes and Clara Speer, John'soutfit -- I Lady: "Yes.
In 63-foot crash boat (AYR)
a a duty crash boat and sails When a woman lowers her voice Si "And air the woman ?"
has developed both a spiritof I I : you
leaves the boat facility
I out the 15-mile distance for the "
camaraderie and an office reputation I I it's a sign she wants something; Lady: "Why--yes.
that is enviable, to say the I :dock Such here.excursions for deep sea 'fishing party. The boat returns If she raises it, that ml'anslhe Si: "Well, never mind. I think ..
I at approximately 1800. "
didn't it. I'll
)ast. get keep Maggie.
addicts or just those who I ,
fishing I I
The run from the Naval Air Station -
to watch fishermen in their

Officers Wives' Golfers here I preoccupations at NAS. Accommodations, can be realized for I By imately relieving pier one to Mayport hour the duty and takes 40 crash minutes.approx-boat f@ 'j i : '.i. '

Name Officers Tourney Wives'WinnersIn Golf Club I'ians mixed personnel may fishing and be parties families arranged of and through enlisted civil- at Mayport a boat, it is every possible week to for exchange I i I. 00

play last Friday Joy Grego captured Comdr George E Chalmers, Operations overhauling period of two weeks I
I at the boat facility dock. Booked
low gross honors and Rose I Officer at the MAINSIDE AUDITORIUMMovies
"' until July 2, the excursions of
Allen took low net in the Class A 'tlon Building.
Admlnistra-j I parties from the various : Weekdays 1730 and 2000; Week-ends-1430 and UOCl
1 be in letter form
\;..:; division competition. must ments are permitted to depart-I THURSDAY
azel low and Chalmers.
.f. % )? Hirst won gross freshments aboard. "WIZARD OF OZ" starring Judy Garland and Bert Lahr.
consisting of ,
Lit Johnson low net in Class B Fishing equipment j .
: tIlJ'I.Y, 'while Bea Marshall and Ar- 60-pound test hand lines, rods and I Also docked at the Boating Facility FRIDAY
./ len Jones grabbed low gross and reels are supplied by physical I pier are two LCI's which are "COLORADO TERRITORY", with Joel McCrea and Virginia Mayo. r

; low net respectively in Class C training and Recreation Department used for fishing and sightseeing SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
.... ;,. I
!, ., matches.' I tours around the St John's by the featuring. .Clark Alexis

'r"" --.-. --- I Nice Cruise Public Information Office. Also Smith.
Police Captain: "You recharged Holding from 2 to 25 passengers ever ready as aircraft rescue boats MONDAY
with habitual drunken inclusive, the fishing boat the crash'boats have aboard pharmacist "JUST FOR GOLD", starring Glenn Ford and Ida Lupino.

'ness. What plea do you make. cannot be navigated by anyone mates with first aid equipment TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Culprit: "Habitual thirst, sir." with lesser rate than Chief With in the event of emergency. "FOUNTAIN HEAD", with Mary Cooper and Patricia Neal.

Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 16 June 1949

NAS Softballers Upsets MarkPlay! l'

Meet Green Cove, In Golf


Woodlawn Church .

Breaking even in a pair of tilts i, K1 i iP Field Narrowed Down .;,
last week, Jax Navy softballeis Huge t..
will clash with Green Cove

Springs' Sub Group four on local As Fight For Crown Begins;
diamond No. 2 tonight at 1600.
Friday night the NAS club is

slated to tangle with a. tough combo I Highlighted by two surprising upsets and a close 20-hole :
from Woodlawn Memorial during the first round of
Church on the Power Plant diamond match in the championship flight
at 2000.Dropping competition week, the all-station golf tournament is now
a close 8.7 tilt to in its second round of play with half of the original starting

Grillish Plumbers early last week: number of 96 divot-diggers still in the running for honors:
the locals played perfect ball a
few nights later to shut out a Naval in their respective flights.

Reserve squad, 30. Jax Nary While Tony Grego, title defenderthis drubbed-W.-H. Harris, -co- edlill't'
handled the mound duties for the $ :f year, retained his top position 11 of the tournament, In a 4-3 affair
visiting Reservists due to the absence : ? 'I in the first round by winning: his The only match to go over elgh-
of the visitors' regular opening match with Hugh Bush, I teen holes was also a championship
pitcher. and 1, Bill Stewart pulled a startl- I pairing with Dave Henderson fin.
I Shut-out KPMTV ing upset by defeating Bill Korre- ally winning out over Glen Barnes,
furnished !, number two wielder on the
Jax-Navy pitchers for lIe one-up on the twentieth hole
both sides in last Friday's nine-In- I Jax-Navy team, with a 3-1 score Six Flight
H. D. Tannehill was credited with
ning fray with the Naval Reserve
The tournament is expected
team, but still triumphed, 3-0, behind Uhe other upset victory when he be finished by the latter part of
the combined shut-out hurl- I GOLF TOURNEY ACTION
ing of Paul Franke and Ed Buch- |I With the first round of the station ,'July. First, Round Results--champion

erich. Franke retired the battersin I golf tourney completed, ship flight-Tony Grego defeated
order the first five Innings, then links i men have begun their Hugh Bush 2 and 1; C. A. Briggs -
gave way to Bucherlch who allowed i stretch battles for the crown. Jr. downed A. Croft 2 and 1; W.
a single hit in the sixth then In action taken during: last S. Stewart won over Bill Korressel,
mowed down the visitors one. two, week's play II, n, Tannehill, x. 3-1; J. J. Sutherland took a 6-4
three in the remaining three can- top, tees off while W II. Harris match from C. C. Drumwright; H. ... I
tos. I, stands by. Tannehill providedone D. Tannehill registered a 4-3 win
Pitching for the losers were local of the upsets by downing over W. H, Harris; Amil Furry
hurlers Earl Gulledge and Buzz Harris 4 and 3. In the pictureon sank B. S. Weber, one-up; Billy ,
Brostrom. Both moundsmen tossed left C. E, Stanhope who M'cWilliams won over Steve Cor. '
superb ball against their own took a 2 and 1 win from C. W. nellussen, 5and; Dave Hender ;,
teammates, Gulledge giving up I Melville' putts out on the 12thgreen. son defeated Glen Barnes 1-up.
only three safeties in five frames, I Charles Schroeder, in Second Flight P. F. Plummer 0',1&+
while the locals garnered four background, lost to his opponent triumphed over Sigor Gooden, 3-2;
safeties and three tallies off Bros- Hill( Chalmers, 1 up. R. Hardy won over J. F. Rentz,
trum in the sixth 4-3; B. A. Cunningham took a '-3
Dom Savino registered a two- : I match from R. J. Smith, C. W

bagger, the only extra-base hit in j Tigers Down Nagengast scored a 2-1 win over .,..
the sixth frame to drive in Chet I M, K Russel. Felix Ballinger de.
.. Kidd and Ted Tibbets for the first feated Jack Piva, 5-4; Don Card "
two tallies In the game, then LawteyEagles | drubbed W. F Brockhaus, 5-3; ,-
scored the third run of the en Bob Theil\ won over E. R. Taylor,
counter on a neat sacrifice )laid one-up; and J. H. Harris handed .
down by Paul King. Kidd and Although touched for nine bin- ? ; {: N R. L. Klnsey a 3-2 set-back. :
Tibbets had both reached' base on gles Eugene Stanley hurled the local ': : List Dwindle. :'
perfect bunts. Tiger baseballers to their third : Third FlightH.. L. Sheppard <
Suffered !Act-htuk I'| victory of the season last Satur- : picked up a default from R. R. '
A revenge seeking Greelish day over the Lawtey Eagles, 12-4 (; :, Cantin; G. F. Ruscetta gained a ;

Plumber' nine handed the locals The locals pounded out hit aft- "......,,,..v:,,'..,..' ;:;:" :,.. ':, .:... default from Billy Haas; R. H. ,
their second set-back of the sea- er hit in the first frame to take Dudley tripped M. H. Hand, 6-4;
son by taking an 8-7 tilt on the the lea by a wide margin before R D. Blythe registered a 5<-4 victory .
NAS diamond last week Wednesday the game was well underway. An- 1 over G. A. Busbee; R. G. Ju*. '
evening.' Jax-Navy had tri- dv Wheeler started it off for the Hospital Crew Draws First i Blood tiss took a 3-2 match from O. L, '.
umphed over the visiting combo, Tigers with a triple, Bill Alston McMillian; Charley Miller dumped 't,
6-5, in a mote recent encounter. I registered a singleCharles Carter Adrian Back. 4-2; A. B. Connor "f'{
Paul Franke went the full dis- I banged out a single, then Cheney With Slim 3-2 Victory Over Chiefs won over G. V. Gullaksen, two-up; :!It.
tance on the mound for the localsto Moore, local third-sacker, connected I: and T. W. Hillis finished over J. ;
lose his first game in four with a circuit clout to clear the J. Marta with a 2-1 tally. .
starts although he allowed only j bases. From then on it was all I Hospital softballers, American loop champs, grabbed the first Fourth Flight-E. J. Peltier won ...
five safeties' in the tilt. Jax-Navy Tigers. The Eagles crossed the leg of the intra-mural title trophy race with a hectic 3-2 decision over by default over W. R. Smith; John "

Cbllected eight hits off Greelish plate three times in the second, : the Chief Petty Officers, National League titleholders, before the I I'season's Boytis registered a 3.2 win over "I
moundsman Jack Ramsey Includ- tallying four hits, and the Tigers Bob Lucky; C, H. Turner triumohed -
ing a circuit clout off the powerfulbat came back with two more in the largest crowd Tuesday in the first of a three-game series over A. L. Barton. 5-3: P. ;'
of Dom Savino. top of the third. The NAS squad for the station diadem. F. Wagner downed Hal Hodg :j' .
Greelish stepped into the lead in scored twice more in the fourth ; Weather permitting, the Hospital with a 2-1 score; R. K. Allen wu t'''''
the first frame, with the score nip while their opponents tallied once. aggregation will have a chance I| Jordan. Coming to bat in the 'given a default by A. L. Simmons; t:.' '
and tuck all the way. The locals Neither team scored for the next : to cinch the clown when they meet : sixth, trailing by one run, the C. O. Schmidt defeated F. J. Hill r.1'
rallied in the final canto, but the three innings until the Tigers registered the Chiefs for the second championship I Medics garnered four free passes ; 3-2; Bill Chalmers took a one-up> ;:
effort fell short.Volleyball 3 runs in the eighth frame I game on the Power Plant off Borden for the tieing tally. 1 match from Chuck Schoeder, and '
-- ----.-_-- as Alston; banged out a single, Car- diamond this evening at 1630. But, With the bases still loaded, Bor- C. A. Briggs Sr. won a default C.
ter tripled, and Cheney Moore col- if the Medics drop the second tilt, II den let fly with a wild toss, and from B. D. Knox. '" '
League lected a single bingle. a final contest next Monday, same Hoot Gibson crossed the plate to Fifth Flight,Bob Saxon amt :'.....:

'' time same place, will decide the score the winning run. I' W. R. Horner each registered defaults ;;; _
Being ArrangedWith I issue. --- -- --- over R. A, Harding and W (;,; ,
Baseball-Camp Lads In hurling the Medics to their 'P. Kiser, respectively; W. It. ,F.! ..
hostilities in the intramural win over the Chiefs, White held 4 Navy PugilistsTo Shoalts took a 4-2 match from M. ; '.
Softball campaign slated to be To Enjoy Tar GameMembers the losers to two safeties, both In'' I L. Nelson; O. B. Porter won over .,
I completed next week, plans have the third frame, and fanned eleven I P. La Rivers, 5-3; P. R. Ruckerwas g. ,
been announced for an intramural I of the spring Jax-Navy men to register his eleventh pitching Be FeaturedOn a 6-5 winner over S. B, ; '.,
volleyball loop for all units and Boys' Baseball Training Camp will i I victory of the season. Herschel 1 Schoenberger; and J, B. Whitte. <
squadrons. be guests of the Jacksonville Base- Borden pitched great ball for the '+ more handed K. R. Foster a 5-3 t '
Intra-mural volleyball enjoyed ball club Monday June 27, business ': Chiefs, allowing only three hits, Mitt Program defeat, while A. G. Goodberlet .. .
the manager Crowther Boyd has but faltered in the sixth frame took a default from E. R Foster :':
great popularity during war :
I when he handed Hospital the win- Back from their recent FloridaA.AU .
announced, I -- --- ------- -
years here at NAS and was
I and squared-tlrcle triumphs,
ning tying runs.
dropped from the local limelIghtuntil The baseball school lads were
I I I NAS Jax's heavyweight Johnny Stock
last year when it was revived treated to a previous game, May Borden Is Wild :I I McKay and featherweight Eddie Ring Jumps
,,6, by the local club.OneRun The CPO's took an early lead In
will again defend the station -
the initial with
frame an un- With Return Here
spangles when they climb
: earned run as White fanned the
first two batters, then walked four through the ropes in Florida's am- .
Margins Crop Up men in succession before he set- ateur ring affair at the Duval Of Pat Patterson

I tled down to register a third County Armory June 24th. !
In one of Florida's most gala There was a big broad smile on
his ofa
strike-out to out
As Locals' Rallies Fail tough spot. pitch The Chief's way widened mitt spectacles which will featurethe the face of Jax Navy's boxing

their lead in the third canto as 1949 Golden Glove lightweight 'mentor "Chips" Chipparoni early
this week when middleweight, Clifton -
Kidd sensations, Joe Martin, ex-Jax
Skee Chimarusti and Chet
Still the ------ (Pat) Patterson, after a 30-
.1 plagued by one-run Navy and Johnny Craven, 1949
each beat out bunts, Chimarusti '
#, bugaboo Jax Navy's nine was son 5rulfifth frame. A round. I i Golden Gloves champ, both Mc- day slugfest with civilian life .
tripper by Army hurler Bill Mc- j later scoring on an error. I '!'stepped into blue and '
turned back in two of its last I Kay and Eddie Martin have been back Navy
In the bottom half of the fifth
three outings dropping a 7-6 decision Leod started the big Inning off and added as stellar attractions. : to take up where he left off a :"..:
to Fort Jackson, Sunday 4 more bingles completed the dam- i Hospital outergardner Garry i I McKay sky-rocketed into the local I month ago in service and amateur '
after going down 4-3 to the Ar- 1, age. :McLeod nipped a Jax rally 'Walsh was hit by a pitched ball ring spotlight by copping the | ring wars.
i and scored on a single by Keith
at the bud in the ninth after load- {
my combo Saturday. In Friday's -- state AAU junior division heavyweight :i Pounding Pat had been on the
game at Mason Field the locals Ing the bases.Saturday crown via a TKO and one- I j local sport scene since 1946 before '
halted Cecil Field, 13-10. I I the local nine erased(+;[ WAVES Oppose (I round knockout win at Miami. Although i being discharged and had brought
I It was the 11th time this season a first inning 3-run lead with a his opponent hasn't been home the bacon more often than
that the Jax Navy diamond- marker in the second, fourth and 'Chiefs In Tiff I I selected as yet, it will probably any other pugilist in the station's
eers lost by a one-run margin. ''sixth, but couldn't chase another +be Jacksonville's Buddy Wester, j ring history. In 16 bouts Pat!
The local diamondeers are on the counter across as the Jackson bat | Station Softball fans have a treat who lost his Golden Gloves heavyweight scored 7 wins by the K.O. route
road with a two games series ters garnered the winning tally in In store for them when the NAS I belt to Green Cove's Julio ( and 3 through decisions.! Ha
slated for today and tomorrow their half of the ninth. I I WAVES nine clash with the j Zaya early this year. I dropped three close verdicts and
with the Little Creek Amphibs at''I A rousing 6-run sixth inning in CPO's ilthe second annual I/ Rounding out the card, Gil Har- took the count once.
Little Creek Va.1Gtllies. last Friday's tilt on Mason Field ,' WAVE-Chief softball fray under ris, Golden Gloves light-heavy : Among his laurels, Patterson
fetilfle I with Cecil Field put the Jaxmen I'the Power Plant mazda's at 2000 champ will lead a group of St. Pete i hold the 6th Naval District mid.diaweight ..W
'. The Boernermen got off to a ,. into the lead after trailing 7-2 for tonight. I battlers Into the Armory for an- :I crown, and the Southeastern ..;, '
I 2-run I lead ilthe first canto of five settos. Four walks, 3 safeties ;I The local belles will be seeking other crack at the local ring tal- :, Colored A.A.U. title :.
Sunday's fray on a free and and Bill Crane's two-bagger revenge for the 7-1 defeat suffered I ent Harris will meet Zayas in a he won last June the which ; (
Consecutive doubles by Bob Bt'Ck-1 I netted the 6 tallies Jax Navy I at the hands of their opponents in top-notch heavy duel. i garden. : : ei4j
er and Dick Nelson. Fort Jack- scored once In the seventh and 4 i the initial tilt in May of 1948. It'' Green Cove's Dick Riley Ls be- i h _
son came on to tie it up with a j in the eighth to sew up the game. will be the WAVES second appear- ing matched with Willie Orange of M
)' double and a brace of singles in Cecil Field tried hard to stay in ance this season, they dropped a MacDill Field. Orange lost to Joe Wo Overnight Parking, I
the third. In the fifth setto NAS the fray, but John Goodens> relieved I ten Inning fray, 11-10 to the Jax Martin in the A.A.U. finals in MI. ,.
t rose up with runs on a free pass I Ace Woolbright on the City girls club several weeks ago anil. Cecil Johnson, Jacksonville's Motorists parking over-night In ,
and three bingle l and the aid of I mourn( In the ninth to put out the under the arcs. The Chiefs are cur. middleweight titleholder will meet the parking. area outside the Main.,
1I a Jackson miscue, But the lead fire after Cecil had scamperedacross rently sporting the American an unannounced St. Pete 1GO- gate will Iw apprehended liy statioa +
was short lived by a Fort Jack. with' t tuna. league Intra-mural softball! crown. puundc r. police, it has. been announceJ.r .