Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 28, 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).
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.7-No. 17 28 Julv 1949

I! I.. Headquarters of the Commander ,Fleet Air Jacksonville and Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District

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, ... Celebrate 7th Birthday

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P: Sixth Naval-District Swimming Meet Opens Today

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:::: Teams Vie tN4t 1
Eight Outdoor BarbecueTo

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.. For Squad Posts < Feature Affair

In 1 2-Day MeetParticipants Scheduled FridayJoining

i > Eye :'r rp all other Naval activities -
: and installations

.Il .t All-Navy Matches I : where WAVES are stationed,
I \ i WAVES at NAS will com-
;. : Eight star studded swim- memorate the seventh anni-

; ,;:.... ming: and diving teams, including p. q versary Saturday, July 30; of

: ,"::.,r: ,. host team NAS Jax, the Women Accepted for Volunteer

") ;". will spring into action tonight Emergency Service
/:, at 2000 in the huge Air Sta- )f, which since June, 1948, }has
,;,' tion indoor swimming pool inr become an integral part of

quest of Sixth Naval District I the Regular Navy.
tank elimination laurels. Over St Lf VY )h ) p f tpd Although the actual anniver

}' 80 well trained mermen, representing sary date is July 30, the NAS con.
I ) :A ) .
p will celebrate
f tingent their birthday
naval' activities in
a day earlier Friday with an
the Sixth Naval District have fr'r' outdoor barbecue to be held at
been entered -in the nine ,, Bradhaven on Beauclerc Point on
events to be staged today and I k the St. John's river at the invitation
., Friday with all of them II jt of Mr. and Mrs Roland
eye I
" 2 1 S S7wC Bradley The cutting of the huge
ing berths on the District I (Continued on Page J)
team which will compete in
the South Central tourney I )' tW+ Li.i

.- slated to be held here next .

Irv: Tuesday, Wednesday and I NAS WAVESAt .....
,wr Thursday. ;
f Work
a7' Going into the meet as a top
favorite will be Johnny Higgins,
NAS Pensacola's swimming men-
tor who has won laurels in the These WAVES are hard at t .
Naval Air Training Athletic Conference -
meets staged here in former it, carrying out their responsible ( kzcvt ,
years. Higgins, who is expected I I
to place high in the 200 I, duties at NAS.
and 400 meter swims paced NAS
Pensacola to the 1949 NATAC
crown at Cabaniss Field, Texas, *
"r early last week. George Tonaus, ) .j..JI HI
(Continued on Pate 2) ___ ___ isf"G'cal
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'Sloltcry's Hurricane1 I Administrative Officer

-ii-. Anniversary Greetings Tendered Has was Local a movie PremiereIt debut be- : Cites WAVES' Competence I

: = .Locally By High Station Officials to fore speak the ,home for a town contingent folks, so of I 1 loyalty Personal and greetings efficiency expressing of all P Reid, WAVES Administrativeofficer

Naval Air Station Jacksonville WAVES serving at this station of the Naval Air Station
personnel appearing in the 20th have been extended by Lt. Noma and Naval Air Bases Sixth Dis
Century-Fox movie, "Slattery'sHurricane trict.
," which had a premiere -, In her Lt. .
1 Reid
YA-175 CommendedFor message ex:
here at the Student Officers'
Nationwide Salute To Women
,, Join Navy auditorium Tuesday night I I presses:
t before a select audience. Safety RecordAttack I "On this seventh anniversaryof
the WAVES, I wish to( extendmy
\ Appearing J nth e movie 175 of Carrier
: squadron personal greetings to all those
;v- which will begin a week's run Air Group 17 has received a commendation who have served and are servingso
. :rt: As birthday greetings were being forwarded and expressed at the Florida Theatre in Jax I from Rear Adm. John faithfully at this station. With
" nation-wide to the WAVES on their seventh birthday, their beginning August 4, is the NAS r H. Cassady, Commander Fleet
n. station band and the Marine Air I
first as Regular Navy members, here at NAS came congt atula- Detachment of Jacksonville's'NARTU. 1 Air Jacksonville safety record for during an outstanding the fiscal -

) tory messages from Rear Adm. John H. Cassady, Commander, year of 1949.
, Fleet Air Jacksonville and Captain Alvin I. Malstrom, Naval Squadron VMF-144 takes part VA-175 was cited for flying a
, Air Station Commanding Officer. in an aerial scene in the movie I total of 6,509 hours with only one )
f which was filmed at Miami Naval minor flying accident during the
""i "Again this year as last I am privileged to extend my congratulations Air Station, while the band I fiscal year. In his commendation
to the WAVES on the occasion of their birthday performs in ceremony scene I Admiral Cassady pointed out that
+' anniversary. This year marks the seventh since the organization Depicting the role the Navy ; "without the unceasing effort and u Eta Yt
th; of the WAVES on July 30, 1942. From the beginning they plays in Hurricane warnings, : diligence of every officer and < a
r are the movie stars Linda Dar I man of your command, this record
have functioned with an excellence and a devotion to duty nell, Richard Widmark, John could not have been achieved -
that has won them acceptance as an integral part of the U. S. Russell and Veronica Lake. I ."

Navy-a part the Navy would now find difficult to do without. Widrnaik who plays the partof -x-
At the Jax Naval Air Station the assistance rendered by the Will Slattery goes to trace New Phone Booths
down reports of an approaching/
WAVES has been outstanding in every way. The Navy is proud hurricane in place of Felix
!t I of the WAVES, and I am particularly happy to take this occasion Hobson (Russell). Slattery At Ship's Service I I LT Noma Reid
t?' to pleasure 'in having them aboard." traces the course of the hurricane
expressmy : Servicemen can now-make their loyalty efficiency and resourcefulness -
and to radio back
manages calls in comfort at thehip's have the
'phone you performed
;r Capt. A. I. Malstrom the exact position of the storm.
:& Commanding Officer, N.\S. I Service where five newly duties aligned to you in a nun.
-xIndiana I installed air conditioned telephone ner fully keeping with the traditions
I booths have replaced the of the Navy".
Bonus Forms
old pay .stations. 'This is! the first such occasionwe
"I wish to take this opportunity to convey my congratulations
F Are Now AvailableIndiana I Under the direction of NAS have observed as an integral
to the members of the WAVES on their seventh gnni- 1 Communications department, the part of the Navy. Since June, 1911,
yersary and to expres my sincerest appreciation for the valuable state bonus forms are i new booths are the first of several when Congress authorized womento
l assistance they have rendered the naval service. I know now available at the Veterans to be placed at the station. serve in the regular Navy, our
$ Air Service Center, 311 W. Duval St.. Naval personnel and all other ranks have been augmented and
t .: that I can speak for all the officers and mt'Jof the Fleet
." in Jacksonville. patrons of Ship's Service payphones 1 our responsibility intensified. I
'I'i detachment when I say "thanks for a job well done. Servicemen must submit a are requested to help am proud of the record made by
ti r rk Rear Adm. John 11. Cassady, transcript from their personnel maintain the! ,neat appearance of women of the Naval Service during .
. >':4' Commander, Fleet Air Jail: officer to -show their continued the area by refraining from defacing tht\past year. I am equally
1 service before qualifying for the the interior or outside of proud of the record maintained by
;'. bonus. the booths. them aboard this station" .'



page Two JAX AIR NEWS 28 July 1949

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'CR" NaNs...< + ,

Guest Swimmers r. ; Squadrons 43 and 44 .

Swim At Own Risk aaa; ., vl.

Dependents and guests of officers 2-Week Cruise
and enlisted men using swim Off For .

ming pools at the Naval Air Station

has been do so revealed.at their own risk it Some 250 men of Fighter Squadron 43 and Attack Squadron

Although life guards are pro 44 of Carrier Air Group Four are scheduled l to leave for'.:
vided where practicable and every Norfolk, Va. today to begin a two week's training cruise in .

means taken to prevent accidents, the Atlantic waters aboard the carrier USS Midway r..
neither the Naval Air Station 1'A1
nor -- -- -
The second contingent of Fleet I -
the government: can assume responsibility Air Jacksonville to undertake the the two units will be Comdr. J. J. "

in case of accidents. cruise, the two squadrons will, I Southerland commanding officer 11II,i"
Alter 1700 children under 16 similar to the 1 of Carrier Air Group Four. Commanding
undergo "
years of age will not be permittedin ILfK1vfl a program VF-43 will! be Lcdr. C. "
taken Air Group Eight
swimming pools it has been one< by Midway B. Connally while Lcdr. Robert ;1
which trained aboard the
pointed out. Children under 12 Miller will be in charge of VA-44.
from June 23 to July 10.
years of age will not be permittedin : Similar cruises are planned for t\,
\ O ; Enlisted of the two squad
men +
swimming pools at any time [\ % rons will depart by train while a other squadrons of Air Groups of \ ,

unless accompanied by an adult.x I good many-of the pilots will fly i Fleet Air Jacksonville. '
their own planes to the focal

point at Norfolk. The group. will
Air Lines Official
return August 13. .
Directing training operations for ,

Talks Air Travel Ji

.1' SOU With t Military :

i .
.u .\ Lt Col. H. Kurtz Henley, director .

of Military Services Liai- ,
1.W son for Eastern! Air Lines conferred
There were only two big drawbacks with Naval Air Station and

to that little vacation we Florida Military District officials

had not long ago. First it left regarding the new J 10 per cent

nearly everyone a physical or I Public Works department has discount available to military per 1 :.l a

mental wreck and second wewere ''at last taken over building 902. sonnel when traveling by air on ; r.i iI
all ruined financially. Judg-
official business.
The and
reorganization .
i I .
ing from the woeful noises we
of certain administrative i I The discount has grown our of .
still hear it will take quite a
and planning functions is now a agreement reached with the military -
while before back to
things get
normal. But it was fun wasn't it? I"0MAYPORT CONFAB-Here last week to inspect the 1 Mayport reality.We establishment by the Air ., ,
Amelia Gensinger took a bus area prior to appearing before the Senate which is hearing the notice that Robert Garth, Transport Association represent. '

trip*all through the midwest. and proposed $4,820,000 Mayport Air Station project. Senator Claude electrical (engineer, has moved in ., ing the scheduled air lines of the

said she had a wonderful time. : Pepper of Florida confers with Rear Adm. John II. Cassady, Com- with ComNab-.6, assuming dutyas I j: United States. Heretofore only a '

Ruth Grundman went to Chicago mander, Fleet Air Jacksonville left, and NAS commanding officer acting senior civilian assistant small percent of military personnel .
I I to the Public Works officer. Com- I I have been allowed "
to see if the wind still blows. i, Captain Alvin I. Malstrom, right. to use air
Nab-6 Everyone seems travel because
Florence Barler said that shedidn't -- very existing: : agreements '
well pleased! with the new setup I between the military services
go anywhere in particular, WavesContinued except for one big gripe no coke I and surface transportation!
but that she had a lot of fun doing : Middies Visit
machine Comdr. Peltier. Pub-I {companies.
all. Bill tall and
at long
nothing (
( from Page 1) lie Works officer has a very cool The Air Transport Association ,. ,
slightly un-hinged) Gentry Bill wentto cake baked at the local Commis. For Two I i frosty looking office, likewise the I has estimated that the new dis-

Tennessee. Well did you nary, will feature the outdoor Days assistant PWO Lcdr. Rait It's count will increase military tra
learn lean the i
have to to right
affair with ceremonious understood that Lt. (j jg) Wilcox vel
| more I by air at least 10 to 12 per
Oi way. to belated walk up congratulations those hills again are? events planned. I A group of 90 Annapolis midshipmen 'and Lt. (jg the) Miles made the decision cent in the first year alone.
color scheme.
in order for Harry Arrington. He BEGAN IN 1942 left this morning for I -x-
rtiently got himself all marriedup. The present strength of WAVESat I Helen Johnson has a new title '"
Floyd Bennett Field. N. Y., to "Miss-Information" can betaken Swim Meet
NAS is handful
just a -
compared continue their training cruise fol- both too We
There another ways were \
was wedding to the number stationed here ,
Mound here recently too. Frances during the war when at one time lowing a two day visit at the Naval certainly sorry to learn of Flor- (Continual front Page 1) .
ence Brown's illness! but under- another speedy Pensacola Gosling -
McGuffin of Shopstores. 4199 is there were approximately 100 Air Station. '
stand from Ethel Huffman that was also instrumental in the r rrecent
now Mrs. Roberts. Best wishes. officers and 1,500 enlisted I
women Arriving here aboard the Caroline
i Florence is improving siac her Pensacola .
'e conquest.In
Frances for a happy future. aboard. The number reached I ,
very anew Mars Tuesday afternoon the recent operation Tony Waites, I the diving department, Ed. I
Jimmy Campbell sang on the low in May of this when
i year 4
Quarterman sheet metal Schwinn. former New York
worker City
future naval officers toured the
Dixie Jamboree the other night. less than 20
were carrying on
last week. Tony has and New York State
"I'm just a country Boy at Heart," their assignments but the contin- : base as part of* their summer resigned gone diving a
II ;i into business for himself and will champ in 1945 who is now representing
was the title of his It seems has been training Other
song. gent increasing steadily program. groups
( be missed in the department i Camp Lejeune. N C. -
to be his title too how about that? until at the present time there are i are expected August 26 and September -
I M C. Farmer, real estate seems to hold
[ engineer I a slight edge,:: over
Jack Pace seems to have made anew seven officers and 43 enlisted 8.Among.
J has just returned from the other contestants Other top
record for himself. He has I women aboard. Sixteen more are the 90 middies here the leave. I men on the Lejeune tank squadare

,gone on record as keeping a secretary I due for arrival any day now. One past two days was C. D. Billings.lea News From the Fire Box-C. F I swimmers Joe Fallon Bill
the shortest length of time officer and two enlisted WAVES'are of Mananna, the only Florid. Chain and
Carpenter claims he lost weight I II Johnny Garrett. Fal-
in the history of O & R. She went on duty at the Naval Hospitalhere. ian in the group. From Floyd while in the hospital undergoing Ion was 1948 Fifth Naval District -
to work for him one day came Bennett Field the middies I
proceed I
I an appendectomy. If he did, he champ and won third place'in
lack to the shop the next morn I In September 1942 an officers' f to Patuxent River, thence to sure doesn't show it (or maybe All-Navy 1500 meters competition

ing to make out leave papers anddidn't I training program was organized their home base at Annapolis. it's just that he has been sittinga the same year. Chain will
come back. Aha!! Wha"hoppen I at Smith College in Northampton, II
-x- lot lately.) Did you notice give Pensacola's Higgins a run in
? I Mass. Later a program was inaugurated how quiet it has No. 2 the 400 and 200 meter swims
The Radio Shop has a potential I for enlisted women at : usa Club Plans station for the' past ncoat uple of while Garrett, another speedy s

bridegroom in its midst. F. I. 'Hunter College, N. Y. Various weeks? (how did you enjoy your merman was 1948 Fifth Naval st

Jacobs is planning to take a trip ; schools were then conducted simultaneously 'Various vacation Mr. Wiegand) M. S. District champ in the breaststroke
to New York soon and will return : at other colleges.'( Programs Clance has been warned by his division and also took third placein

with a blushing bride. Congratulations First WAVE to Katherine I i I doctor to avoid taking showers; All-Navv last year.INDIVIDUAL .
to you from the NAS was Ensign C. I The Salvation Army USO Serv- he's getting so thin he was mark STARS e4

whole shop. Dee who arrived here November icemen's club is now organizing ed absent the other morning because Representing NATTC Memphiswill
Just for the girls. This is 10. 1942. Thirty-six more WAVES' special programs on different he turned sidweays. Won- be thirteen tankmen led by

&n excerpt for a Godys ladies officers followed on December I nights in the week with horse der if Cantrell (the professor) is I A. B. Behrendsen and A. R. Mach-

book ((1898)) on fashions-A pretty 27, 1942. The first enlisted WAVE, I. back riding roller skating and saving his newspaper clippings.He ael. Machael was All-Navy champ
dress for the afternoon will be Ann Mitsch S2C, arrived here !'bowling on the list. has made the headlines so'I' last year while Behrendsen. a '

made of rich red brocade with January 14, 1943. Four days I On Sundays, Java hour is from much last week or so, he's getting:: I newcomer to the Memphis combo, s''

pleats and loops of black silk later, seven radiomen first rated I 1000 to 1100, Hometown hour ,I hard to live with Joe Cibul- captured the 1949.NATAC 1600 9;
braid across the front of the skirt. women assigned here, reported' from 1400 to 1500 with an eveningof ski is looking forward to his and 800 meters crowns at Caban-

The back will be fashioned with I for duty. fun following. For further information I pending trip to New York. He's II iss Field, recently.The fir

a slight train and have elaborate RESPONSIBLE DUTIES on planned trips and beent practicing his "deez" and other four visiting teams f

strolls of black silk braid extend I I The WAVES organization today activities visit the club consultthe 'doze" so his folks won't think are Cabaniss Field Texas; Green -

ing from the waist to the hemline comprises 6,000 enlisted bulletin board for offshore he's. gone "You-all." For heav I Cove. Fla.; Cherry Point.. N. C.;

which will be trimmed with 500 officers and 20 warrant women officers recreation. .. en's sake Joe, let your wife drive. and Parris Island. S. C Only two
The _
& small pleated ruffle. bodice
- - Parris Island men Salvatore Viz-

jet should: buttons be and trimmed ecru lace with should small I I'.. the ,organization compared to during some 86,000 the war in Honor Student WAVE Here I, zini entered and in Carmello the District Graffagnini meet are '.

form the large collar and ruffled years. From local
a standpoint. Rex
WAVES here under the'
I duty
jabot. I won't into more detail on will be
go King NAS Jacksonville'
the direction of Lt. Noma Reid
For New NAS .
I AssignmentSecond
but isn't it wonderful that ; WAVES Administrative Officer only diver, while four NARTU
we don't have to work about such men are Dick Peters Duncan
posh awful things nowadays! Imagine and her assistant Lt. Josephine highest honor student of I MacInnes, Dennis Taratas end
trying to work in a bustle Chenault carry out a variety of the recent graduating class of the WAVES Barracks and flight dis Bob Jennings. /
end high button shoes Elizabeth tasks ranging from clerical and Personnel School at NAS Receiv- j patcher. ,I Events slated for tonight are it,
administrative to technical phases. her 10 week ;
During at
Mach. ing station Norfolk Va., Jose I course the 200 meters freestyle 100 i'
-x- The local women hold down responsible phine L. Bies PNSN has reported '[I Norfolk, Seaman Bies studied meters backstroke, 200 meters j',f".

duties at Operations aboard to assume duties at the Classification Recruiting, Speech breaststroke and the 400 meters
Jax Air News Personnel. Communications Dispensary Public Information Office here. Interviewing and Correspondence: ': freestyle relay Tomorrow evening -

Editorial Office Disbursing Chaplain'soffice The local WAVE, who left hereto finals in the 100 meters freestyle i'
Public Information. Supplyand attend the school last April : .
300 meters individual medley
8 nith Wing, Lower Deck Fiscal, Physical Training and I
I' finished with a final average of 400 meters freestyle three-
930: Jax Air News. At the U.'S. Naval k
Bldg. 93 92, just 55/100 of a point under meters diving and 300 meters
Telephone Extension-8184Aidrtw Hospital the three women are engaged the class honor student another medley relay will be staged. ,

H. I'ltacy, Editor ; :: in occupational therapy WAVE. This marked the first -x- w 3

Die JAX AIR NEWS ll published I i iwetkly Nurses aides and other significant time in the eight year history of I The tall thin shavetail asked ,- i,,
at the U. S. Naval Air I Station chores. the school that WAVES had annexed his colonel to make the platoon
Jacksonville Florida and pi Int. I Inl Not until .
permitted overseas' the top honors. "
stop calling him !.tlts.
commei daily with noneppropi'tateufunds ,,the war's end when they were Entering the Navy in December I t I -
at no expense to the government "Cladly, said the colonel "If
and In compliance with SecNav Circular i, sent to Hawaii. WAVES today are 1943. she took her boot trainingat you'll make the regiment Mop
Letter 49-1918 dated 12 December 1943. serving aboard Hospital ships and Hunter College N. Y. and received II calling me 'Baldy'."
Copies are distributed tree of charge i designated shore establishments her first assignment at
at the Naval Air Station the Naval' I --
I '
Air Reserve Training! \Unit.; Naval Auxiliary abroad. NAS Atlantic City, N. J. where I Joe; "So your new Job m&JuIIyou.lndt'pendt'nt 4
Air Station. Cecil Field and the One of World War One's yomenettes she remained for 19 months. After ?"

U. S. Naval Hospital.The is the present top WAVES being discharged in September i Smoe: "Absolutely. I get heie

I officer, Capt. Joy B. Hancock, assistant I 1945, she reenlisted in August e. 5 i any time I want before eight and .
JAX AIR NEWS It a member oi to the. Chief of Naval Per I 1946. Most of her 5 and one half leave just when I please after
the Ships' Editorial; Association andthe
sonnel. in the Navy have been ,
years Ive.
Aimed Forces Press Sere Ice. Repioductlon \-
of material from these _x- spent right here at NAS. Jax. I .
sources snunt bear a credit line. Rpublication 'What were poor John's lafft From June 15, 1947 until the i It takes the eye only one-four

of other matter, except by words?" time she left to attend Personnel teenth of a second to wink-.th
service publication' 1 la prohibited without like the School at Norfolk the Seamanwas .
permission I of Editor: JAX AIR "It sure tutu it* world's quickest way to get into
IoJ .W S. "Muff," I' assigned us MAA at the I Josephine flies, PNSN trouble.I .




28 July 1949 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

-Classified "Big Jim" Robinson Pilots I

BulletinS > New Phantom Manuevers I

NARTU'S largest "Weekend i -
: ;-te- of climb, manueverabilitK)
FUR SAI.K: Warrior" also became the unit's I
1 Mark Buick 2 door Sedanvtte. first to fly a jet plane. Lt. JamesW. i and ease in landing. The ex-Uni:

High bid Mill take. R L. Hash, 1313: Robinson of Marine Air Re- versity of Florida football and
I A. Randolph. serve fighter squadron VMF-144, basketball star said: "Flying .a jet
Living room bedroom kitchen and is like sitting on the front porchin
called "Big Jim" his buddies
by ,
breakfast set, rugs and lamps. Sell
aft unit. Mrs Newman, 1213 A, Hantock. gained the distinction to fly the a "rocking chair, only much

', '. .:xt. 354. the McDonnell FH-1: Phantom at faster.
"Washing I machine Westlnghouse. the Marine Air Reserve's annual One pilot from each of the Ma-
Wringer type. F'. D. Sweat, 1/40: B.
rine Air Reserve
r Hancock St., NAS. I II maneuvers at Cherry Point, N C. squadrons present -
1 from 12 Naval Air Reserve activities -
S I piece maple bedroom set. Good con
"Big Jim" who to 6 feet |
dltlon. House 6 loom. Murray Hill east of the Mississippi river
tilstilct. Mis. C. D. Hudnall 5218 4 inches'and tips the scales at ; were selected to receive jet indoctrination -
,. Astral St. Phone 8-9402. 237 pounds, amassed the most .
lugKape trailer factory built 4x7 I hours of all VMF-144 pilots during
pulled I 1200 miles. New tires. $150. -
n B. A. Waller. VF 132. Est 420. the past year to win the
'46; Ford. New upholstering paint job, tion. He was high in selec-I BREEZESLieutenant
', Recoid. motor good rubber $250. the Phantom, especially its
.. James T, Kelley. 1234 Cumbeiland ...
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Road See at building 129. I : How ate you and

,, ]l48 Ko/y couch 24 ft, Sleeps 4 exlia.Term I your wife getting; along now ?

Trailer_ Rusty park, Molon Roosevelt lot Bh 29 d.Azalea Ext I Service Pay ----1!| Ensign: Oh fine; she actually

i. i'j1. 231. I wotjihipg' me Puts l burnt; offering
c"! I i Nearly new Fair baby buggy. Baby's 1 Still Pending ''on the table in ft oft of me three

,," I.' car Dewey btd Talk, Chip Gene Kirsch, 3640 B. ; ; times daily '

Open for Inspection 2 bedroom home, The pay bill has been approved I I -
Stucco with etmatone trim large -9 to 1 ,by the Senate j Chief Yeoman:; Why do' you do
(.. J. Coilall. 535: So. Main Si. '0
_ _ Armed Services Committee. It so much marching?
fl-riA4.) :
- '"- .101.11II1('. Radio Stiomheig Carlson I JET ORIENTATION-Captain Frederic W. Priestman. com- must now be passed on the Bos'n: It keeps us fit*
I CY Fit for what ?
I :
1214 1'A tjpe. .llamock.j 'lIr"hoI 1.i.1rJ.oml'klnl.. I mantling officer of NARTU, is shown being "checked nut" in the I floor of the Senate and signedby Bos'n: For marching

One maple Simmons Sofa bed and 1 controls of the McDonnell FII-1 Phantom, new Marine jet fighter, I the President. Pay Increases ,
chair Price $:\(). \\'. H. Nel I for military personnel
maple I by Lt. James "Big Jim" Robinson of VME-144; who became the Voice the How
4.151:: St Johns, Ate.. Jacksonville, on telephone:
son. would amount to more than ,
first local unit to the craft. the
man fly Watching proceedings
Three rooms of furniture Reins dls- on : are you this morning ?
Charged and must sell. Fai"Kiixon, 3814 the right is Lt. Col Freeman W. Williams, commanding officer of I $300 million a year under tht'I, AnswerAll: right.

,. B. Norman St.. rlcwey 1'ark. NARTU's Marine Air detachment provisions of the bill. Senator Voice on the telephone: I guess
Six room hi'Irk hunlllol"lIh:; 2 bedrooms. I ,. Millard E. Tydings, chairman I have the number.
I wrong
:.' Available (Jt>1. 1. B. H, Sample I of the Committee, said he
5023 Arapahoe Phone 8-1: 19.Kqulty I thought of the bill was I
In 5 loom house off of Cassat WeekSnciWincfTafk Little Boy: Eight pounds of potatoes -
I doubtful "unless offset
$1+00. Monthly pa.vmenls $::15. W. C..lmmetman savings/ to with eyes.

12")9: Randolph. its increased costs result | Grocer: Why the eyes?
Kelvlnalor Electric: Refrigerator. (V>odrondlllon. I I
from other )legislation now j Because
Little mother paid
$70 Chief Dullen. 4030 K, Note, | Boy:
zr pending before Congress.
Dewey Park F.xl. 671. they had to see us'! through the
One file grate 1 Ihiee-wav floor lamp As reported, the pay bill I week."Telegram.
1 washing machine Anger I) pp, 1 from would increase generals'
singer sewing machine desk type
'< .a Halphan. 37J5:!I A. Riley St.. Dewey monthly) pay over levels previously !, for Private Goon-
t', ; : rack approved by the House i iI ; tianbeeftiak! Telegram for rilI -
..:' One exhaust fan 36 Inches. 1 five-piece\ : "
RIffiEITU I but would reduce their pay for I vale Goontranbeeftrak!
';...)",. Duncim-Privfe dining set 1 bookcase.Halnphan. hazardous I
flight and other Private I Goontranbeeftrak
( : :\ 3725 Riley St
1r< ".. 1P40 Cheviolel Hood body and motor. I duty from $210 to $150. I "What initial, please ?"
;, \ $625 Cash or terms F. D. Hulthlnson. I II I VP (I\II..56-We wish! to take the University of Florida. : -
; i' ,,' lion Mil Stanley Ave. Kxt. 8245.: this opportunity to congratulate Reports from Lcdr. TerranceZiegler 1 Vision of a -i{ f'rglrl::Her ;|I The young husband wired home

,r.:>:' Three Chief looms Guy, of I223-A fuinltuie.Hancock Reasonable.St,. NAS Lt. (jg) Samuel Sadler on a job I and Lt Jessie Baumgard- lips'! are frostproof, her skin water from his new job, saying, "Made

"' '',' Kxt. 714. "well done," as squadron reporter ner indicate that the personnel of : proof, and her breath -- 86 foreman. Feather In my cap."

-- : Venus radio phonogiaph combination I Ii these past six months In his I Naval Air Reserves Recruit j proof. |! A few weeks'! later he wired .

;..:,.af.ro with finish.automatic 1 >ear old.change.Stephenson Mahogonv(11.1. J.H. absence, please bear with us. Training Camp passed Captain's -- again, saying, "Made manager.

.i.\ .) 4808 Royal Ave. Murray Hill Two new faces noticed at mus- inspection with flying colors The induction-station doctor was'! Another feather in my cap."
I Phone 2-2b'M.! ter-Joseph C. Berryman. MSW3, I II A letter from ex-shipmate Chief examining the new recruit. I II After some weeks he molted

Six loom house, electric healer eoulppivd and blind kitchen 'I and Wesley D. Messer SR. We William Tiszai of Chattanooga, "Are you troubled by improper again, saying, "Fired. Send money

1. '. Mrs., E.circulating M. Spell, 3212 Astral St. hope that they will enjoy a pleasant Tenn., indicates that everything is thoughts young man ?" :, for train fare home"

I "" Telephone 8-1816 I cruise!' with us. Lcdr. going fine. He is sorry that he "Why no, Doc as a matter of I His wife unfeelingly telegraphedback
4V.!"t' Six piece, maple bedrooni" suite. Mat.I Walter Morris and Lt. John No- will be unable to be with us on fact., I rather enjoy .them" "Use feathers and fly home." ,
liens and all. $1)0. MIS. Cljde Hud
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I I':"" nail 5218 Astral St. Phone 8-9102. l vak were on two weeks active our annual cruise but extends

., Two wheel trailer with license and duty recently. They are the first best regards to all and the best of
.;.;t.i spare the, Water proof canvas lop members of this unit to complete luck on the two weeks cruise.Lt. .

:.y' T $75. L. M.8-3457 Smith' fir, station 55-18 l Sraboaid.Telephone 711. 'their active duty training in this Joseph Whittlesey, Jr., is [0 o D f7 0

Commander's cap. 1I1/.. 7 1,8 $10; aviator's 1 new fiscal year Congrats to now associated with his father in
/ ; tan raincoat with liner sUe 40 Mr. and Mrs. John Kindschi on the appliance businessat their
black officer's raincoat, sl/e 40.
$25; the oT their new son, Gor- .
$25. Captain F. E. Wlgellus. fSN arrival new location on Park Street MAINSIDE AUDITORIUMMovies
i ; Ret). 1W W. Cj press St. Gaines don Richard, June 16. Lt. Duane Deen requests that all

.k i vllle. Fla.Avlstnr'a | The bulletin board at the pilots hands who have not had their : Weekdays 1730 and 2000: Wt'ek.ends-U30 and 2000.(
1ionion' worsted' coats ((2)
.', alre I 40. $12: each; offliei's overcoat, ready room now displays: crash photographs taken for new I. D. THURSDAY
: ..- Size 40 $25; First Edition\ Mahnn analysis reports of all NARTU cards, please do so at the next ,, "RIM OF THE CANYON" starring Gene Autry and Nan Leslie.
7 volumes "Influence of Sea Power onHistory crashes. Read them and don't become drill. Anyone 'interested in i FRIDAY

; 'N Ten horse "power, $20 for motor set 12 ft. pll-wood I a statistic Congratulations striking for Aerologist 3rd, please I "QUARTET" with Harriet Braddeley and Dennis Bogarde.

boat and $m O. N. Smith, i are in order for the follow- i i contact Lcdr. Albert Jillson. SATURDAY At SUNDAY
,j, Yukon Trailer l'rpa Home phone2.3T5 ing personnel who were advancedin I
station ext. 611. : "THE SECRET GARDEN" featuring Margaret O'Brien and Herbert
39 Ford or Deluxe business coupe Excellent rate as of June: James McDonald I Mess steward: "I told you to Marshall.

condition New motor. Mustsee and Frederick Roberts take that pot off when the water I
to appreciate. Mr J. L. VMIson1S62 from SR to AA Also Cecil Wilson !- :' reached a boiling "point!" MONDAY"MIRANDA"

<'.._i F:. :271 h St. .;xt. 522.JM7 who will advance from ADE1 I Apprentice Cook: "Well, I'm I with Gloria Johns and Grant Withers.
Radio and
; : Being Ford tiansferred.Tudor. Contact E.o'ullpr.. to ADECA. We understand that waiting. The water is bubbling, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY

", 4008 D. Navlor Housing, Dewey I his papers are now being processed and has a lot of round bumps, but "COME TO THE STABLE" starring Loretta Young and Celeste

Two Park.lamps.Ext.$10.731.: 2 E-Tsbles. $10: 1 C- I by BuPers. I they aren't pointed yet." I Holm.- _ ._ _____ ._
table. $10: 1 chair. $9: 1 living I : room Our loss is NARTU'S gain. Robert -

One fwd $150\; Chest diaweis. $20: I luck cruise _. _
kitchen table. $.riO: 3 lugs $7: :5 on your new I Forced by my love of sports 4
\ window cuilalns $10; 1 desk with Overheard that Lt. John Novakis
'I diaweis. $R. H. D. Aor'dpn, 1.M6: A. now thoroughly indoctrinatedas (spelled backwards is strops ;
,,' : Randolph. I athletic, that is-I! ) Alphonse of I II ;
following Augusta i
F-leclrlc washer kitchen set. Hollywoodf a co-pilot !I the Air News decided to attenda
., bed. chlffeiohe and other household episode Sorry to hear that
; ball at Ebbets Field. Eb- .
game /ty V J" ?iv f* VtV' .
Hems. Reasonable and In food 'on- our embryo politician Lcdr. Jas.
dltlon Slrl h. 1319 Cumberland Rd i bets Field, you know is where
Gay lost the election by a near I II
.:xt. 8272 between OTto: and 16110. "da Bums" hold sway. And it's
pedroom kitchen Jiving loom sets, narrow margin for the office of not where me old man hangs out
washing" machine. McCullouKh, 1441A. I Chancellor of the Honor Court at
NAS. Kxt.: :305. : neither that's the Bowery
Chllds St. -
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Ortega terrace 6 loom bl'lt'k'l'nl'f'I', I Phone 2-6643. where another class! of "bums"
hard wood floors 11 months eld.Bieeewav. Room fur couple or gentleman Mrs.Flot'eun. I Hang out. I
4163 Apache, !'. C ,I Phone 2-7473. I They don't sell hot dogs at Eb
Revels. Phone 2-0773. Furnished apartment. 4 rooms and '
bets Field in Flatbush. hot tama-
fl,1R Ford coupe In good II bulb Private entrance and hack I
Very economical.eiy reaanna hie. porch. :r.r.It: month. Miss Reeves, les suit the fans better. I dropped ,
Call ext. 8I'M: or 2-3420. 2783 Selma St Phone 2-.MO'. i one and it burnt a hole in the t r"t
J!WS Pljmouth coupe. $50 with tires One room and kitchen privileges for grandstand. They threw me out-
R. M. Morgan Air Base Trail I
couple $10 week. Mrs. Bassett. :3033
(Court xI. Mil. I linen St. Phone 8-9321. I was arrested for wasting food
Four room cottage famished. $ (( I Nice room with 2 meals private home. But the glance I did get at the '
4r.- / Close" to NAS. M. T. I", vtait. 2.5410.f For gentleman. Mrs Stlpp, :2741 field was enough for me. I decided
;' .' FOR HKNTCoiner Arapahoe. Phone 2-34X:! I ball
to get a job as a pro :,.
: room pilvate home convenient II FI.: r
f. to NAS Reasonable. Single and Wanted. Nice clean 2 or 3 loom furnished player. Five days later I was at
double. Mis. Lee Schultz, 1447 Avon- apartment by couple Call i Ebbets field, a stick in my hand, I II But unruffled by the managers I first time I walked. Before I went
Phone 25910.: Betty Rose eat 8144 orfi-1984.! I'
u' F:: rlhI"a near stores and Wanted Two pasengeis from McDuftand i standing over home plate. Every brash remarks, I took to the down to first, the manager says
-', buses. Will accept child Mis. TUI''h.II Roosevelt to and from NAS. body was cheering for me to ; mound. There was only one dif- i j to steal a base. To prove my w ill-,
2-731. Hours 0730 to 16(10. Miss Baldwin, my duty obligingly I marked off
between and Bob Fel-
ference me ]
1 ingness to cooperate, I not only
Two loom opiiitment. Pilvate bath and eat 715. the atter's box so the game could |
entrance. Mrs. Kvn: Pasmoie. 12OOFiederlca : 1.081. Wallet .with ID and Liberty start. at Eb I ler. Feller threw a high hard one. proceeded to steal !second base,
N Place. RlvI' IIfI'. Phone -vards In 1ft.l l last Fildiv night. No Everything happens I II I just threw mine high-so high and third, but home likewise. But
2-U986. In Call Kionkoski. U, S. bets field. Sometimes even the i'
money I so often that they moved the press they caught me going out the gatewith
Two bedroom<< IIpall menl. Available N Hospital Staff ext. 572. Giants rooters come there, but the took
left field when I
II Will sit near box into them! The second time .1
from July .TO to Oct. 1. Completelyluenlahed. Baby sitter day or night.
most pleasant thing we can say
Deerlng: Call before $al-( Murray Hill. Lakeshoie, Riverside i, I the mound. The first inning was. stood up at the plate, my full five
is he has
2-0047. I Mis. Clandon. 4616 Crescent about a Giants fan that I the j
uiday morning. and base. rough. That's when earned feet five staring the pitcher and
Furnished 3 !loom apartment near St. Phone 29785.' | B. O. nickname of old "bat and ball. catcher
Mallo Road to I swung; a -
Roosevelt Blvd Convenient to NAS. Wanted Ride from San Bolt Was There
). Miss Fouls, Ev rytime a big guy came to batl| laid for weeks. The
Mrs. Cainey, 4V)2 living Ave NAS Hours 0700 to 15.X:; I When I first went out. the man was up
Three room apaitment. 240 W. !flits SI. I San Matlo Road :"t. 8339 or 9-6162.;: Boit know asked I'd bawl. Once I cried in my resin ump looks at me and tells me to
Convenient to bus lines. ager, that's you ,
best homemade chewin' :
bag-the brains.I .
sit down and rest
Five room house on water. $75:> a month.S I me if I could run the bases. SoI go my
Mis. Moody, .VCT4 McGhts Blvd. (dot New Nuggets | circled first, second and third- gum I ever got my teeth stuck i was finally banned from pro

\ Children up to 2'i years old. Phone at time He recommended in! I always kept myself in shape ball. The manager was nice, aboutit
2-8538: at night.: I 1 YOURS FOR LITTLE I' one a I didn't go out with girls until I' lie "You
for the Kentucky Derby said though. explained
Edgewoodshopping me ,
Two connecting looms near garment on
i PRICES Every was three-my parents were very
I i can't in the becauseJoe
+ Center and Roosevelt Blvd. I I1 could outrun Man O' War-he's play majors
Reasonable. Phone fc-9192. the rack. I strict. Heck I couldn't get( in the
Heitxman. like
dead too. Shades of Bonura he DiMaggio might you
Room with" bath' twin beds, near bus A very special' half or less 'I corner pool room until I was sev-1 i home than him
line. Mis! (oodre)". 151R Willow than half-price sale on all our says, can you pilrh? Can I pitch, en. These big didn't scare | hitting mote runs
guys and want to be nice to him
Branch Ave. Jacksonville, Phone I says. "Why rve worked on we
... skirts and call
dresses, blouses, me much-that s why they
.. 25289.Flv life. out because he ain't long for this
mounds all my Why on
{'. house. Fuinlshed. electrically coats. Hurry for these. At the me the pitcher with the
loom Besides Lemon is
the farm the mounds I" Stopit game. one
0' month. Mrs. in Hobby Shop
equipped. $75 a Not New Shop now "ShllddE'r"j
Roweerews. Phone 2-2783. 913. Open every Boit says!, go see if you can enough especially when he's on
Two loom efficiency apartment.'Pri building 1000 to 1400. get a job in the Dodgers symphony l Nice TryI the same team as a Feller I
vate bath. Continuous hot wait., Thursday from band. I batted twice in the game: The I know."
2'jt9Algonquin; Ave., Mr. Blnnaid.


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Four JAX AIR NEWS 28 July 1949

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I Jax-Navy Cops Area Fleet Baseball_ Laurels I

,, '::.1. 'r'i'i'il

__ i i To Seek Further Honors

n.J.-. : :;

At Norfolk Tournament

I I.,\SII nUI.I.TIN-Jax.I: N.ivy stored a surprising: 1 over IISS Roosevelt in their first tray of the Atlantic Meet
tournament now in progress/ at :Norfolk The locals are battling

? :> w: with USS Keirsirge and USS Roosevelt for the right to representthe
p / Meet in the \11.\avy: \linals.

With Ole Julie\ I'limus plavitig havoc leeeiith: a waterlogged -

Naval An Station nine emerged liorn the nine with!

the ,Jacksonville; area Atlantic Fleet Ha'ehalll'l'own bv, whipping -

Cecil Held (Ii-I, in the plavotf tilt Saturday,

1'IK' Boe'i'nei men :eft Sunday
moimng fur Norfolk Vc wherethey tot a walk and four const, Uti\I.'
will compete with teams of! bingles in then halt of the ;InUI'Ih
the Atlantii Fleet for< the East to chase a('i oss font marker 'w.
.a sr (oist: Ch impic,nshtp with the fore the NAS hurler bore> down

w inner eventually gOing into the to nip the scoring prep

Ml- Navy tourney in Hawaii In the home half of the !our '
The local! horsehiders stoppe d I, Bill Crane opened up with a .;( .
Rev West last Monday and CecilField gle and scored the first t of the n""

\ ,),0 Tuesday to gain the runs which sewed up the game
plan'oft' berth, Cecil )Field elnninittd Three Cecil Field hurlers .K"' '
Ki'v' West= t in a b-2 flay on unable to find the plate as 'h't
Thul'-da\I : I gave up live Annie Oakll'j

.\KI':.A CIIXMI'IONS: -Chilking up three consecutive wins, two over ('ee il Held and one over \\oolbright \\ins I passed ball and two wild pit 'h-*sin
Key Wet, Jax-Navy's nine was rouned Jacksonville Ares Atlantu Fleet riiimond champions and Ace Woolbitght. Jax Navy's the big NAS inning.

earned the right: to compete in the Atlantic Fleet Tourney now in progress: : it :Norfolka. Left to leading moundsman toed the slab (eul I lops Key Nest

I right, front row Russ Hums., Ken Uerner Kill (' rane. had I I Laird, Joe Kenuvuh and Hip Hutlianan in Satllf'da.'s shortened contest : Cecil Field ended a five inning
Middle row lift to rilht(0(' nilhriglit, Hill :Nelson: Bob Itecker loe Boon kissi, and EI tones Rain started to fall in the fifth pitching duel in its contest: with
Kick row left to right: (oath George lloerner, Uit'kC'IS'III: John (.ootlens, Joe llelltleiir Don Mm. into and the gamer was: called\ : in Key West Friday, with Ihl"t'
mug and I Larry \\eldon the sixth: as the: urn prrcc ruled the ,
inns in the sixth and went >nSLOIC i I.t
field unsafe lot play
two in the seventh and
'1'he local batters found Cecils
more in the ninth to halt the (Out
Softballers Extend RecordTo
Varsity hurler in the sound frame for alone
FernandinaIs Ptst team Key West male ,in-
I tallv to take (he lead. Bob
only sl.tll'inbid in the stventh
204'lith\ Win Over Fasron 6 Becker drew a lice. pass: went to bv pushm/ across t two I'lIn'HI'
Foe second on Dick NeKon bal'l' hit two hitvHandicap
took third un Jot Bu nasissi= I'S :su. .
Balk( ,'d Ante/ again bv Floi I ida\ i rtiice. John Cioodens find in deep x
tickle "v 'ath*'i the Jar Navy tiini III tin ixth Ih,' squadron left to score Becker rl'l11Ihll'd
]Refcistei an >thei' will over
sottbilltt able to play onlvone combo rtgrsterrd i their i s" on-J i tin '
were Meet
( ecil 1 (lilies
the weekend downingthe
past : bv tilt the week hi' in the sixth as Iwol1l'I/ dn'wpasses '
over past \\ lbi'
The VI.llol' IlIlIIpt'd > nh': '
Gainesville Clowns 11a\ ,>-3 '
and Otto \Niight \SHONrrghtfrelder
cause of I lain, but registered i then r
overtime fray at Gainesville. the hanged out a single
twentieth victor of the season= : Slated
NAS Tiger bastballeis>l's will play by downing a game \SHON Six to drive in the lone t tulle Gene Varner Bags SaturdayFor
host to the Fernandina Blue
club 9-2. Monday evening on the Flank Stewart N.\S St'l 00(1
Tigers: .on Mason< Held at 1430Siiriday. power plant diamond sacker who lumed the lot :al\ squad Top Skeet HonorsAt All Linksmen

Tonight providing the weather during the middle of June. is now
In two other recent encounters do(' n't interfere. the Navy squad pacing the JaxNasittballeis) Jax Gun Club
the Tigers registered, l : a 5-0 >hut- will meet a visiting! team from in batting with a .4i,> average: after ;A tin/ "r' quartet t i bandit ap .!It'd

out victory over the Lawtev Tvndill Held The tilt will lwglll 31: time at bat. Red lihbtt I Lur,il bird buster i Gene) Vai'in'I'. al plav benefit tournament will
Eagles and dropped a 11 -7 tilt to at 2000 on the l local power plant who was: formerly le Him, the' !paced ,..hooll'l i i- ill the l\'k"onvllI. b<' staged: on the 1 ItI al t grit link
the Fernandina Blue Tigets( = diamond Tomorrow night, the stick brigade, is now in second Gun; Club ovti the wt..k-t'IHI. this: Saluidiv with all DIM" .ids

Gene Stanley hurled for the local Varsity. =softballeis ue slated to wIth a 448 average after 18/: trips: breaking; :)0 straight targets loi a going( ti Imarut the annual D...
in the Gainesville tilt giving play host to a Jacksonville pst to the plate Dom Savino is holding : perfect stun An Station skeet pendents Golt I I f louinammtwhiih
up thirteen hits and walking only Office combo down thud m the baiting division men along wIth the Jai'ksonville: is slated to be held| he
one batter over an eleven inning Paul Fianke handled the N.\S with a 42b(). but failed to shooters= an sharpening then first week in September

course to gain credit for the win mound dunes in Monday night's uphold his standing in the last: tilts sights for the National shoot to .All Naval personnel 1 in the vicinity -
Irwin Ca tillf and Walker paced fray. holding the squadron team he struck out three times: in be held at Dallas Texa next of Jacksonville are invitedto !
the TIgers' I 14 hit attack each to onlv three safeties. and sending succession and made his lust I month entet the benefit attan! with
collecting three safeties in five tifttt to the bench via the fit'ldlnPI'I'O/: /' m 21 games played Wayne Fddington another NAS the entrance' fee set at $1 00 per

trip: to the plate strikeout toute Joe Hall pitched Tibbet is leading in stolen bases: tt igdet! 'man. knocked down 46( person. Suitable prizes will l be
Voting two inns in the initial superb ball for the \SMONites< with IT while Savin still leads day pigeons; in the !recent practice awarded to the winners.

frame, the locals took the lead fanning eight men and allowing iti RBI's with 22 on the books shoot, fourth highest: score in In the Dependents tourney nextSeptember
and held it untlllht.> seventh when only seven siteties: Outfielder 1-d; But'her tch is top man on the the 12 guage diVISIOn two flights are ,'x-
the Clowns came through with a Earl: Gulledte of the varsity hurling staff with eight victories Francis Hh of Jax Gun Club peeled to be formed with some ">f
tingle, a two baggei, and a triple squad collected\ 3 hits in 4 trips', to his credit including three no was: top in\ the 20 guagt' clans with the Juniors: who ate now att-nd-
to knot the store2., Both Stan- to pace batting in the tilt while hit pel'fUl'l11al1l'eIII: pitching W: only one miss while John Ginter ing wt.'t'klolf, classes. ali'..aJv
ley and losing moundsman Luke Jim I .ingmun'. Jax: Navv hot 101 trainee. Bucheiuh has amassed a also: ot Ja'k=,onvlllt'. posted at 22x signed up tot the event
Holley tightened down III the next net'man garnered twoSlige I total I of 80 sll'lkl'-UUts. and has allowed 2) in the 410 shoot The Juniors \
Paul now practicing >n
two fiames and both teams were / KallvOkSllON only eighteen safeties The Naval Air Station squad the
greens evl"llmda. \'. Wfdnesdav -
reined in otdet > grabbed the: lead in Hanke 1anolhel': top-notch finished fourth m the service division and
A single into left field by NAS I the top of the first frame by scaring mnuulsman with a 93 slate I of the Nationals last" veil'. laurels Friday in with ropes" 1)fcapturing
the jnnvialtomnev
Ktanke has hulled (btt frames, tan.
Walker the tenth' lone tally single hit bitter
backstop m a on a and expect to equal 01 even
1 Joan
are Furry, DionnMaUtiom <>
canto scored Ftenchie, who had and Jax- Navv noise UP NAS tookovei Ding 104 batters and allowing then showing when the 1949! nati ; Daitel Haas:, William
reached base on a single and ad- in the thud trams. however, onlv :10 bingles: I >n-wide meet I is= staged the trust Haas, Jane Ward and Dan OBn
vanced to third on an eiiot Once and remained in front throughout Earl Gullede his: three wins I week in August en.
more the Tigers were out in the i est of the melee :>scoring without a single loss to his credit I x -
ftont The lead was hoit-lived, twice snore in the filth and five un the: tubbet, while BUll Bios Tars Open Four-Day Others are Richard Gingrich( ,
however, for the Clowns openeda I ti inn/ who handles: relief jobs for Joan Bedell Mike Blazer: Gene
two hit attack in their half of To the local team, has lost two t.>11- Home Stand Tonight and Marion Peltiei. and Barry
Servicemen HelferistienI ,
the tenth to tie the score for the lounteisiimmson. Tars return to their home gtounds
second time Special Race Rates -x-- tonight tot a four'.garni home ----x- --

With the help of two dame ( (olo, (.\l..I'M j-Millionaire stand with the Columbus C aids .I.L'IBHOCKILUS '.\('JJNOMKVh

ville miscues and singles by Harold Servo mt'n will be warded Colorado rancher. Dan TOlll hl':. Friday and Saturday \ : (1.11B I CH..I.tSJ.ot't'tta ; 1 :
Peck and 1 Leroy Daniels. special I'atelat the Stork Car Thornton, who reientlv tiled to games get under: way at :201).
the Tigers crossed the plate twice races whIch are usually run every i buy a share of the world champnn : while Sundays tray begins at Jai'ka walked off with
in the eleventh to ice the fray. wt'ek-end at the Jacksonville Cleveland Indians, says that I H15 Following/ then present low gross honors in the Class X

The Clowns then went down in Speedway he still has a desire to go into I home stay. the Tars go away untIl division in the Offuets
older to end the tilt This: Satuiadys program will ba".balbul\ Cleveland officials I August 8 when they return to Golf Club tourney last }wive..
-x--- feature: "StiictlStoik" cats with have shown no desire to sell i play Augusta with Kay Btoikhaus ann y
Lisbon, Portugal: L\.S--For.. ) professional diiveis i Time trials low net and fewest putt horois

tune Gordlt'n. former :Minnesota i gel under way at 1900, while the Elaine Hillis captured 1 law" \"IS:4:
collegian. shattered the listed I actual I'a'e starts at 20:10:< while Kit k Horton had 1 Iw not
woild record for the discus with : Jax Speedway is located on in the B Division. Nam Craft

a toss of !la5' 247 192". The old'' Normandy boulevard, lust beyondthe took low gross and fewest: putt:
roar k was 181' 6' I Normandy outd ),)i' theatre. S ill the C division with AI HcHi,
getting 1 low net\

Club President Loretta Jacks:
Footballers Start Practice
y has announced that the qualifying
I J lounds lot the annual toutnintent

Next Week At Mason Field 3t will slut Fuesdav'. Aug 2 Clam:
.\ and B mcmbeis must qualityv
the IK,hole route, wluls t'
D,>n Ja'ki Jax NdVfotball t .
will l .' meeting i incur bins are leqinied only i
l hidl pr4skinner': s >
announced early this week
,.1/1 I post nine h.>le qualifying scup'x ,
that the first meeting "r f all candidates sin'h IIIIJ| n"t>'h s t'I'VI'o' '
for, the 1949 ,.It' will as the Parrot Island Manlll" - -
i vt n '
hut Binning DnighbHs, tin :New \ oikIPS( ) Frank Iu
Mason Field M miav,
be held at \ .
Vinl, ilue>fmeted end froth St
Little Cn''k111 phlllS, and UK< (
August: 1st at 11115Twentyeight 1 ; Cheery 1'1111I1Ial'lne: grid naihme B'>navi'nture, has been ,selnteibv
of last stasun'agridders
: Ciih Herman Hukmut .I
will return( to the loll ; : j4a membtt ''II t the college loithtll
fur the ))94\1\) iampaiin! Many ofthe I Last siMson the lax Navv team ,
ill -Stats who will plav the Nv
.\thlelit ;
returnees will come (torn won the N.lvoJl11' Iraimnij r
York (tii,,ints lure September I
Fleet An Jax tncludtnt Several Con fl'l'l'lH'l': Grid trophy, x_ 1.
the 1Ha! N.\S Quonset his dropped Iroin then Training -
huskit-s (ruin '
.' Sandwich, I:ng/ -( .\ t V S-o
Point eleven, n,>w stat neJ at League this year with lights
i Irishman Bradshaw '
a harry w i-
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Cecil Field I ''HI the All Navy title >> dxgsA .
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tain .rai.t'l' at NAS Corpus\ Christi, ,, loss and ::1 tu last year Thev I'OIJI.NEY'TIONCecil: : : field: ; Infielder John;: : Sum tails; U: I hilt'!by! locke Bialshaws t intently: ball. On Idnd I the ,.1 fifth in
lexas defeated Kglm Field, NAS CorpusChri
at Corpus Chi reti, Septein- :
bet, :24tli the slate finishes up >tr, I'airn Island, Foil Ben- beat out the throw from third diiiim action in the first! .lax-Navy I the upturned bottom hilt of 1h..k..n
I Atlantic Heel tourney !staged itMas bottle and st yed, llnvost -
with the F't rsacola Goslings at rung. Kindley Field and Memphis Cecil Held fray of the Jax Area /
the Gator Bowl N'lvt'mher' 2GthIn I N/\rl'c They lost the opener tj .,n Held StieUluiig fur the pill u Ace Woolbriht. J.u-Nny Hany i :stroke anti ventn
this <> then went on t"> the this lumiMonsliiii, jlly the miti'hPaae .
between the two ,d. tes the F',rt Brave; an ti *l l'renacrl1.: took 'lItI garner