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: September 14, 1950
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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Headquarters-; .. of the Commander. FI_; f.\ Jacksonville, Commander Naval; Air' Bases Sixth Naval_ District and Commander: Fleet Air Wing:-11

y October Election r- V

" : .::x: : s' f:. Reactivation Of
Y .s a>kCri oust.. 2 t ,y4sea% 5W '
Month For NAS -w..Ib ugpJy?

Cecil Completed
Civilian Workers hK.On } SwA

Employees of NAS will go -. --

to the polls in October to electS New Commanding Officer

various representatives for'

Shop Committees and the ;
kuX: tf"5 Installed At
Board of Directors of the Employees Tuesday Rites

Association, it was revealed Keactivation: of Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field,

this week by officialsof ordered back on active status as of August 1, was officially
the Industrial 'Relations !
. V effected Tuesday afternoon when it's new commanding offi-

Department.The Board .of Directors of the I I cer took over theorems.. in a brief butimpressive ceremony at
I the field.
Employees Association rotates in i
I Comdr Carson Hawkins -
part each year. This year, five assumed -
members are to be replaced-two command of the auxiliary'
from Overhaul and Repair de- I V I air base at 1300 Tuesday, reliev- OverhaulRepairPicks

partment, one from Public) Works I ing acting officer-in-charge Lcdr
department and one from the Sup-I, Daniel C. Helms.To EmployeesFor

ply and Fiscal department and Be Master Jet Base ,
.. one from the General Group. | ?1 .rjt The auxiliary air station had
All Can Vote I been in partial status less than Promotions
The Board of Directors is composed a month when the Navy ordered !
of nine members three I it placed back on active duty. '
Some 22: Overhaul and Repair
from the Overhaul and Repair T The station has been reactivatedand
r_ two froM the Public Works, two .. in deactivated twice since it I Department employees
:from the Supply and Fiscal and < was commissioned in February were recipients of promotions -

two from the General Group.' 1 1943.On I last week from per diem
Outgoing members of the Board 1 1of. 3 ic# : 'g hand at the ceremony Tues- mechanic rates to General
Directors nominate persons to ] day were Rea; Adm. Alfred L. I
run in the general election and | Montgomery Commander, Fleet Sen'ire status in the inspec- j
employees may either vote for a I I Air Jacksonville; Capt. DouglasT. tion group. The promotees

person nominated or may write' 1 Day. NAS commanding officer were selected for their new
in the name of his candidate.I I\ and Commander Naval Air Bases jobs inspectors basis of
as on
Sixth Naval District Comdr. )
Each employee will be afforded and
. an opportunity to participatein Fred H. Gage, chief staff officerof abilit/ performance anti ex

the election and will be assured ComNab6.New perience.The .
of a secret ballot. The election plans announced just last selections it has been an-
is to be held on the first Friday month by the Navy are expectedto I'nounced, were made from a carefully -

in October and ample pub- ._ : end the up and down career of I'' screened list of applications.If .
_..._ w._ _/ __ the field. The Navy has revealed
licity will be given the names of I'I' technical and practical experience -
candidates nominated to run in CECIL FIELD CEREMONY-Reactivation of Cecil Field was that it plans to convert Cecil. met requirements, the
the election. made complete with a change-of-command ceremony Monday Field inTO a "master jet base", i then observed applicant
14 Shop CommitteesThe afternoon. Comdr. Carson Hawkins, right, reads orders makinghim with about $3,750,000 to be spent I of was his official performance -
election for the Shop Comjiiittees commanding officer of the base. lie relieved Lcdr. Daniel G. on the project. New 'facilities pro- I
will be held some time in Helms, left, who had been officer-in-charge of the auxiliary air ,, posed for the field will provide (Please turn to Page 2, Col 5)

October as the definite date has station since it received reactivation orders August..... 1, I] everything necessary to service :
.. is ---- I the newest jet carrier planes it I
not been established, it reported. -
Employees will have an op- I is reported. I Subversive List
portunity to nominate persons Man Attend Initiol Personnel Ready I
they desire to run for election to Comdr. Hawkins, the new I In Today's IssueA
the Shop Committee. Sufficient commanding officer arrives here
x publicity' will be made as to persons I from Tyndall Air Force Base, list of communist and subversive -
nominated in order that em- Food Hundler School Panama City Fla. where he has organizations in the Uni.
ployees will have an opportunity i been on the staff of the Air Tech- I ted States prepared by the Attorney .
to study the list and decide on [ nical School there. He will find General's office, is carriedin .,
persons they wish to vote for in The first Food Handlers Training School for both civilians and his new command in full read- today's issue of the Jax Air .
the election. Every employee will military personnel held at NAS Jax came to a close last Friday' iness. Naval personnel are reporting I' News on page 8. It's a list every .
be assured a secret ballot and'j afternoon with the presentation of certificates to about 270 food for their jobs, and about citizen should keep in front ofI {
.fa. space provided on ballots to permit I workers. 140 civilians, most of whom have I him at all times. ;
'\Y writing in the name of a per- Some: 365 registrants attended ---- .-- ..- been recalled to positions held I Today's issue also carries a message
son not on the ballot. 'I I the three-day course. In spite of Elizabeth Reed, director divisionof I before the inactivation order from Warren Austin, U. S.
There are 14. shop committees getting off to a wet start due to health information, both with !I went into effect are back on the I delegate to the United Nations,
each committee being job. on page two. Other featurt
at NAS I
the threatened hurricane which
the State Board. of Health. I
composed of three members i resulted in postponement of the I I Lcdr. Daniel Helms, until he stories brings news of interestto
There are seven shop committees I Tuesday; afternoon class the I Capt. Julius C. Early, senior was relieved Tuesday, had been readers Here's your guide.
in the Overhaul and Repair De- three-day program was rated as a medical officer NAS Jax, closed I the officer-in-charge of Cecil since Breezes Page ft
partment, four in the Public 'I huge success! by the Navv doctors the final'session, commentingthat the first word was received of Brown Baggers Page 5
works Department, two in the and the Florida State Board of I he felt the program had dem- the reactivation status the first Cecil Reactivated .Om Page 1
Supply Fiscal Department and' Health officials who conductedthe onstrated the "desirability and effectiveness week in August. Classified Bulletin ._.. Page S
one for the General Group. | course. I of cooperation of na- Located about 15 miles from LivingAllowances ..... Page 4 y
Further information An earnestness of was val and civilian health authori- NAS, Cecil Field in its new ac- NARTU Notes Page 2 f.
( Please turn to Page 2, concern-I. ) evidenced in the attitude of those I,!! ties in raising the standards of tive status will revert to its original Subversive List Page & ,;
attending and a number of stu- I food handling in this area." He 1 command under Commander Sports Pages 6, 7
I! dents and visitors from Green i added that the attendance had Naval Air Bases. Sixth Naval Tricky Quick Page 3 'j
Local Branch r 91 Cove Springs and the Jackson- been gratifying in vie of the extremely District Washington Report Page 2 4
ville area were attracted by the bad weather prevailing Conversion of the neighboringPlease Why We Fight Page % .
1 throughout ( turn to Page 2, Col. 5) World In Review Page 3
Of FRA Awarded program.Points Illustrated -- I

I I A slate of speakers, experienced ,
.. National Parley I in the field of sanitation and
public health covered all phases
Jacksonville's Branch il of I I of the subject from garbage dis-

I { the Fleet Reserve Association posal to personal hygiene. n ;a,
Prominent among"the visitorsi
awarded the 1951; national -
was I i I were Capt. J. Paul Denneen sen- ,
convention of the Fleet He- lor medical officer of the Naval k
serve Association during the :Station, at Green -Cove Springs, bd
annual convention of delegates I j I H. F. Cameron sanitation officer, o ;
i Clay County Health Dept.; and '
last week at Long Dr. A. Y. Covington, public health \ d" I \
Beach, Calif.Jacksonville, I officers of Bradford, Clay and Union >

.. was given the con- counties. I
vention over such other bidders Program Effective: II
as: New York, Brooklyn, Boston, Lcdr. John M. Hirst, officer-in- aI
Newport, Chicago and Milwaukee 'charge of the Malaria and Mos- I '
I quito Control Unit, illustrated his
Some.3.000( delegates and guestsof talk with Walt Disney film earl -
the FRA are expected to invade I toons, and a display of various '
Jax for next year's conven- disease bearing insects. \
tion, with delegates pouring in I Speakers, besides Dr. Hirst,
\ from all orts of the country.. were A. 3. Castleberry, chief san. 171 r .
Talmadge Davis resident I Station. Duval County Health. $ .;.r,
has already announce that Dept:; E. Russell Jackson super.
the fjroun is laying plans at this visor Florida Food Handling "Ii\

'arl}' ia: .' for next year's big I Training: Program, Florida State .. .._ '
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'uih-M'in* here. j Board of Health[ ; Comdr. William <\'
." MrPaula Miller president: of V. Lyons, industrial medical off! FOOD HANDLERS SCHOOL-Dr, A, Y. Coving ton (left), public health officer of Bradford .
'I. I .di?** Auxiliary Jackson-- ''cer; Lcdr Guy N. Stroud, commissary Clay and Union counties, examines a display of diseasecarryingInsects being demonstrated
'lie wapletteJ; to the National officer: L. A. Lucas, U S. I at the Food Handlers Training School held here last week for military and civilian personnel. With
'Vircl. of Directors >f the wom- 1 Dept. of Agriculture: Marjorie Doctor ('ovln;ton art, left ta right, Capt. Julius Early, station medical officer* Comdr, William
'" unit of tho FR.". 1 Morrison chief nutritionist, and Lyons, industrial medical' officer, and Russell Jackwm: of the llorhU State Board of health.'V V

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Two_ JAX AIR NEWS 14 September 1950

Jax Air News Report From Washington '

Broken Service Reenlisfmenfs ClarifiedSelect 1

Station.Published Jacksonville every, Fla.Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

NAS Jacksonville

Capt.Comdr.Douglas Porter T.F. Day.Bedell. Commanding Executive Officer Officer Crew To Advise On Reemployment RightsBy

Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear Armed Forces Press Service Air. He succeeds MaJ. Gen. William J. Wallace .
Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery _____,Commander The Navy has opened broken service re- who will become Commanding Generalof I
Capt. Allen Smith._... _____ _... Chief of Staff I enlistments as petty officer third class to Aircraft, Pacific Fleet Marine Force.
Fleet Air Wing: Eleven I nearly Sell honorably discharged personnel .
Capt George C. Montgomery CommanderComdr who were petty officers first and second Post and Station and unit commanders of
Charles Robertson Chief Staff Officer class or chief petty officers. In some critical the Armed Forces will be prepared to pro-
Naval Hospital ratings, re-enlistment may be made in a vide the usual assistance and facilities for
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer higher grade. absentee voting for Servicemenn who are
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer residents of states where absentee voting is

NARTU The Air Force Warrant Officer Selection legal
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp. Commanding Officer Board designated to recommend distributionof .
warrant officers among the four pay grades The Army has changed SR 615-105-1 to .,
Editorial Offices in 123 and 129 Main Administration established by the Career Compensation Act provide that individuals honorably discharged, :
building. Phone extension 8184. of 1949 has submitted its report to USAF who are otherwise qualified, except those discharged -
three recommendedfor under of AR 615-367
Editor-Andrew H. Headquarters. Sixty were : provisions
Planey W-4 154 for W-3 594 for W-2. of indefinite
Staff Member Bob JOSN. grade ; ; (resignation non-coms on en-
Tile JAX AIR NEWS: is published Joyce, weeKlY at the U. S. Naval Air Station As a result, 108 officers are slated for pro listment) may enlist in the Regular Army in
Jacksonville Florida, and printed INfncl non-appropriated fund motion to chief warrant officer, AFUS. The the permanent grade held at time of dis- -
at no expense to the government and In NAVEXOS P35. KT. method of determing rank and precedencealso charge. .
Nov.Naval 1945. Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station, the was revised to provide determination by: However, they must enlist for 3, 4, 5 or 6
Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field and
the U. S. Naval Hospital.The (1)-Date of rank in pay' grade. (2)-Total years or for an indefinite period (if eligible)
JAX AIR NEWS 11 a nemoer ot the Armed Forces Press Service. Reproduction active warrant or commissioned service. (3)- within 90 days after date of last discharge.
other matter of material, exempt from by service these sources publications must Is bear prohibited a credit without llw. Republleaticni permissionof Total active Federal Serivce. (4)-Age. ((5)- Individuals who held a temporary grade
Editor JAX AIR NEWS. Date of original appointment as a warrant higher than their regular grade, may be temporarily -
officer, or date of issue of selection letter promoted on date of enlistment to
such higher: temporary grade held at time of
We're The Navy has ordered an immediate reconditioning discharge.
Why Fighting job on the hospital ship Haven, .
for the Benevolence sunk ina
as replacement Army retirement regulations will be liberalized -
West Coast accident.
(The following statement was written exclusively for the Armed to insure that officers, who suffered
Forces by Ambassador Warren It, Austin, United States Representative The Department Labor is organizing injuries or disease while serving as enlisted
in the United Nations. Although addressed to the United Nations 4,000 local volunteer workers throughout the men, may receive retirement benefits auth-
Forces in Korea, Mr. Austin's statement is of vital importance to nation to advise individuals entering mili- orized for officers.
every man and woman in the Armed Forces.) tary service concerning their civilian reem- o
UNITED STATES MISSIONTO ployment rights. Rated aircraft observers, bombardment or
THE UNITED NATIONS medical, are authorized to purchase and wear

August 25, 1950 The Marine Corps has appointed Brig. Gen. the new Aircraft Observer Badge at their
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and dis-
Clayton C. Jerome as Director of Aviation own expense pending procurement
To the United Nations Forces in Korea
: tribution by the usual method.
and Assistant Commandant of the Corps for ..
YOU and I have a great deal in common. Although our -

duties and responsibilities are somewhat different, we are Overhaul RepairContinued

partners in the first international "police action" in history. I Weekend I

We are working together to suppress the lawbreakers who, ( from Pace 1) ..
have attacked not just Korea, but who have attacked the point out.Having.

whole United Nations effort to build a peaceful and a better I f nlfA : Notes counts, the qualified successful I candidates en these!

world. What we do at Lake Success and what :you do in Ko were put through a four-day In-

rea affects the future of people from ddoctrlnatlon course In which such
everywhere.Our crushing setback the Communistshave subjects as the relationship of naval
ever received Your victory and civilian personnel, sources
object is to halt
will demonstrate that the free IVIm'JroMarine
and of technical Information
aggression. The world failed to use
do that when Hitler and Mussolini WHI AU wr rismiti in mw and industrial psychology, were

and the Japanese were rising Fighter Squadron VMF 144, after completing the moat studied.
r to power nearly 20 years ago. Aggression successful maneuvers since its activation, checked In for regular drill The teaching staff Included Edward
in Ethiopia, Manchuriaand Uxovt* CommwnWm; this week-end.. Butts!, chief inspector< ; Chief
Austria went unchallenged. ..ortecI Itl orMH Drill attendance has Increased I Clyde Fletcher, staff assistant,
Today the story is different. The march .n tM' quite a bit in the last few months, !, from the squadron office that Jesse A. Marable, supervising In-
United Nations has successfully world th.tebecws. due to the rumor that the promo- there are vacancies for eight en- spectorof, the Process and Accessories -
challenged aggression in a number tion freeze was off. Everyone is! listed men in the squadron. Let's division; Chief Hugh
of instances. ".. rose anxious to accumulate as many paw the word to our civilian Scharle, supervising Inspector! cf
About three years ago war tan no .lone.r gees point as possible. The promotion friends and bring our personnel up the Equipage, Finish and Flight
broke out in Greece. It turned out yovwd |o the wicmmsf board should be ready,: to give to authorized strength.October Test Division; Charier Baxton, supervising -
that the Communists were behind frt of Assemblyand
inspector ;
rates time now.
some new any
it-not just Greek Communists, The question everyone is asking I II Repair Division; Norman
but Communists from countries ;
is "when are we going to be Election Cole, supervising inspector of the
i north of Greece. The United Na- mobilized?" The scuttlebutt was Supply Division and Chester! Mc
: tions sent military observers to in from all sides, with I (Continued from Pare 1) : Allister supervising inspector of
\ that northern border and through coming ing the elections] will be Power Plant Division. ,
two weeks to
their eyes the whole world saw guesses months. from up ed in the Jax Air News PUbliflh'l Comdr. John A. Fidel, Inspection -
: that in reality it was Communist '- 'station memorandums Officer the school
I i aggression from the outside that Four VMF 144 officers from the that all employees may be fully I from which the new Inspectorswere :
[ menaced Greece-and the rest of peoples of the world are deter- Jacksonville area have been recommended I I aware of the election procedures graduated Monday. -
the world, too. In that instance, mined that aggression will not be for the highest peacetime "M participate in the lection.
Greek soldiers, aided by the permitted to succeed-even when reserve medal-the Orgar Five additional applicants are
United States and British equip- it is attempted in a place so remote Ized Marine Corps Reserve Medal. I now being considered for similar
.' ment, stood off and defeated the from our homes as Korea. They[ are Capt. John W. Hobbs, promotions. Eight more were promoted -
Communists for themselves and Fifty-three nations are united in Capt. Efoer B. Phillips, Lt. ByonM. previously. .
for the rest of us. recognizing that a battle for freedom Morris and Lt. James W. Rob- .
Then the Communists centered and for world law and orderis nscn. The qualifications for this \
their attack on Berlin. The Sov- now being fought. We know medal are four years of continuous '
iet Union tried to squeeze the that aggression must be stopped week-end active duty, four ,
lest of the world out of that city. annual and satisfactory ( from Page 1))
,. before it gets a head start if we years maneuver, \
f' Illegal force was defeated once and the peoples of other coun- fitness reports. auilixary field into a master jet
more-by a dramatic United tries are to remain free. Pvt. Harold Wolfe was released base is in line with th Navy's
States-British-French airlift, by to the Volunteer Inactive Reserve plans to establish a permanentfleet
air operating base in this
German to
citizens williing en-
this week, to enable him to attend -
dure difficult privations by Unit- area. Construction of the carrier
Springhill> College
ed Nations peace negotiations. bama. basin at Mayport is also included

Korea next and the worstof in this .
was program.x
Cpl. Edwin Wood has requested
I all. What is happening in Ko- -
transfer to the Marine Fighter
rea is part of the Communist ef- WARREN R. AUSTIN, Michi- I
Squadron at Grosse Isle,
; fort to dominate the world. .Your United States Representativein
victory in Korea will be the most the United Nations. gan. Cpl. Wood has moved to Watch it-A Loose Tongue
Flint, :Michigan. We wish' him
success in his new home. can.be Deadly. .Security

TheatreGuide Word has Just been received an .all)} hands job. I

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Thursday, September 14 II' : <;,>''r{ Thursday September 14

"Border Holt. Treasure", starringTim };: other Informal dances.dancing polka and

Friday September 15 ,j. f ,. '..""' 'v I Friday, September 13
"The Sleeping City", featuring ', '" ... h-.J. : : 1930 Bowling club- In the
i Richard Conte. '" '
club, television.
Saturday September 18 e-- Saturday September 16
"They Bogart Night" with ... --- Open house-Ping-pong, shuffle

Humphrey 1", board and canteen special. 2000-
t Sunday, September 17 Informal dancing. Dance to the
"Toast of New Orleans", star- latest recordings.

ring Mario Lanza. Sunday September 17

Monday September 18 Java hours 10 to 12-1800-,Spa-
The Milkman" featuring Don- ghetti supper, free of charge. 1030
'if ald O'Connor. -Around the piano-group sing-
rY Tues.-Wed. Sept. 19-%. ing.

r "Captain Cary" with Alan Monday, (September 18

,-------' Ladd. J 1930 Singing Wheels Club,
-:: to the rink.
, Kelly Is 50 years old and Price Of Beauty Tuesday, September 19

four times a grandfather but f Zf ,..-.. ..8IK '--I Repeat Performance-Miniature
in his Philadelphia (ALPS) SylviaDi golf-"Koffee-Klatch;" In the club
he's reporting for duty :KARTU UNITS AT PENSACOLA Ted Baekenmler,
i.k third war. In World War 1 he Rcnzw: put in a complaint at Undine signal officer of NARTU'S Wing Staff |I. Known checkIng -Television. ..
f i-: was a fireman on the USS Mississippi the Police Department She said out pilots "Week-end Warrior" Hquadroo V8-741 daringtheir Wednesday, September 20
" World War II he that while she was in a beauty and daughter par-
: and in two weeks emlsc at I'enaaeeia. The pilots practiced land- 2000-Mother
was an electrician's mate first parlor a thief made off and with whistle.her ing operations at, gaufley Field, prior. to qnaJlfyfaigr aboard the ty, greeting all service men-Re-
call box key
classy "If they need me, it's all badge, freshments.r .
17.8.& Wright
.' right with in*, says Kelly* She i a policewoman.


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14 September 1950 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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The 'W'',. ''RtQCEN.'E' Inlewew' : Washington

i. I .. SpotlightTopping

the news from the

nation's capitol last week was

the fight against inflation on
Korean Hilites the home front and conserva-

Summing up the good and IIImJ: oe lw'ssr.osas .. $ f'e"t tion of lines.materials on the defense --

bad news on the Korean war, :t2JwncoMMasnposc!
.............,.:.........u.s. President Truman told the
UP correspondent Harry Ferguson .......
II ... ........ .......... --r nation that the fight against Com
reported that it is almost Ail I..,.*1 ......... us. munist aggression will demand
a certainty that the war f'Y' o/.... ..vh.M M "MN K OMMlUTMtr x sacrifices from every American

will last until w'nter' which rn A. M.s (E]" and Warned that wage and price

... will slow up any UN counter "51A1LAI'OHS' m,.. .a..... necessary.controls would His formula be imposed for de-if

moves. Reinforcements from -=- -===- fense; 1. Higher taxes for every-
other UN countries are slowin one; 2. Harder work and longer

coming, Ferguson said and hours beyond for those all; 3. No pay raises

the threat of 200,000 Chinese 4. No absolutely necessary
.. .. ; hoarding by individuals
Communists massed near the or industries; 5. Increased
North Korean border is caus- production.

ing jitters in the UN calcul- .,. A check on inflation and
........ rlOIOIUitII.. the drain on vital defense materials
ations. t
The brighter side of things d Xmr' into effect Sept. 18, and which
S. seen in the tremendous 0 raises the down payment requiredon

amounts of war materials whichare v ii autos, television sets, refrigerators
now arriving in Korea and etc., and decreases the
the complete supremacy of UN r length of terms. Local merchants
1'.1,;. II,...
air forces in Korean skies. Weeksof accelerated their radio and news
fighting have made hardened paper advertising urging people !
... veterans of U. S. fighting men .ItaN6 w 4, to beat the deadline and get in
now and they have learned all on the "easy terms" while they I
the tricks can.
employed by the Redsat M/OO-NINA .
the start of the war and have Draft Number Boosted
improved on some. As the war in Korea drag

Navy losses in Korea, as ged on the Army called for more I
announced by Sept 1 were nine( r "ea--Sr a.y men with 70,000 wanted for November
killed 14 wounded and five miss- draft lists and an expect.
37 I .
ing. Other losses totaled 599 kill- r. tP U.OOO ed increase over that for Decem !

ed in action, 5 366 wounded, and S.ul" "It,,,. Ses 1'bJ.. ber. All Armed Services were ;
'.- 2,098 musing. These figures rep- .. stepping up their recall of reserves :
resent those whose relatives have y, M4..S1aA and the Navy hoped to I
been notified and actually the total maintain its increased strength
is higher. with voluntary enlistments. When \

Last month, Maj. General President Truman okayed the
.. ., legislation granting allow-
William living
B. Kean, 25th Division ,
ances to families
Commander in Korea proudly }. :" of enlisted men
cleared the for
way drafting ;
first lieutenant's bars
pinned on ,, ,, of married men. First called will
his son William B. Kean. On the 'It" ""
probably those without chile
last day of the month Lt. Kean
was reported badly wounded in E..ui MANPOWER PICTURE-The abive map depicts the manpower side In the strug dren. Next on the list will be
action and not expected to live. gle for democracy versus communism in the Far East The estimated strength of the communist raising the draft age limits and 1
I forces as compared to the United Nations and nationalist forces in each area are shown in the possible draft of World War 11 :
I In an impromptu speech on bloks. vets, authorities say.
the White House lawn. President.I A bill just signed by the 1
... Truman reiterated his former President is designed to scare
claims that the United States i is (ILaborScene some of the laggard doctors and
fighting in Korea for peace and United, Nations Report dentists who trained at government )
not for onquest. While labor leader pledged expense but are loath to
Unified Combat Action oil-out effort toward the nation' volunteer their services now. The

Air Force planes Navy destroyers 1 defense there wa a little improvement Russia's delegate to the UN, Jakob Malik made with his I bill calls for compulsory draftof
and Navy planes, and 41th veto when he turned thumbs down on a U. S. proposal that the medical men for 21 months
Army tank, plus shore artillery In labor-management rela- all nations: quit helping North Korea. He suffered a setback, however, service.
teamed on four North Korean i'j [ions In most of the standing when the Council turned down his proposal to rule that all meetingsof More U. S. aid to Western 0
tanks and up destroyed them. Army strike picture. the Council were illegal during the period of Jan. 13 and July 15. Europe was approved by the
The question of seating Red China in the Security Council White House including increased
tanks pu. the first Red tank out from A.F.L. y
of Key message reared its head and U. S. officials promised a continuing fight against U. S. troops and limited arms for
commission, a Navy destroyer
and shore artillery opened on I chief William Green and C.I.O. it. Communist China charges that it should gain a seat on the Coun- the Germans to enable them to
the other three and with the up help. president Phillip Murray indicated cil when the council meets to consider the question raised by claimsof join in the fight against Com ..
of Air Force planes they were i j that American labor had two the Reds that U. S. planes strafed a Chinese airstrip in Manchuria. munism.W
knocked out. Just as it looked I I common aims; to beat off Communism Stony-faced Malik was rebuffed again when the Council Stuart Symington was
like Red tank crews would escape wherever It appear and refused to condemn American bombing tactics in Korea and turned picked as the man to head the
II their burning tanks three I to repeal the Taft-Hartley Act at down a Soviet demand that it intervene to stop U. S. air attackson home front mobilization fight
Navy fighter streaked in home. North Koreans. with supervisory powers over
planes The Soviet delegation to the 59-nation General of controls to be instituted
and finished them off to the last With the coast to coast Assembly soon.
man C.IO, Electrical Workers' strike the UN which convenes September 19 will be headed by Russia's A bill was introduced in :
top displomat Minister Andrei Y. it disclosed. the Senate to General
General Electric Foreign Vishinsky, was promote i
Indicating that UN forces I against Yugoslavia, slightly pro-Stalin: previously, .joined other UNnations Omar Bradley to five star rank.
are determined to give no more 'I' gradually closing more plant, and denounced Russian aggressive policy throughout the Ex-Congressman J. Parnell #y
: out of
ground to Red attackers reports throwing some 30,000 men
world. Thomas, who drew a six to eigh-
are that American know-how and I I work, federal mediator in Wash- Malik said little about the Russian bomber incident butRadio teen months prison sentence last f
South Korean sweat are buildinga ington foresaw! no early settlement Moscow broadcast a note to the U. S. protesting the affair December for padding his payroll, Q
fln>t-rate air strip closa" to the of the dispute. Relation betweenthe and stating that the plane was just on a routine training flight when j was paroled after serving nine I
'. front lines so as to step up the I company and union ranged attacked by U. S. Navy fighters. The U S. refused the note. months of the term.
Aerial assault against the North from an uneasy peace in some

Koreans.With the resumption of line cities at to Syracuse violence, In N. the Y. picket where Bits Of News You Might Have Missed I

standard time in Japan and South I 4.500 IUE members are striking j t

Korea the battlefields of Korea TVifl_.._ union_n____ -hll--.- -ASked---- -for-- benefit- Thirty-three Pennsylvania jungles and help the Korean war . A Miami Air Force recruit ;'
are 14 hours ahead of eastern averaging 15 cent an hour arid National Guard soldiers were effort I. has plenty of names. His
standard time in the U. S. 0.E. ha offered 10 cent an hour of monicker) Nammen Nammens
1 killed and 65 injured when the In Kansas City the door I
President Syngman Rheeof but has refused a wholly company crack streamliner Spirit of St the vault in the City National I Nammensa mean "Names,
the South Korean Republicurged financed pension program Names and :More Names."
South Korean Louis rammed a troop train out. Bank & Trust Company
volunteer for military duty.youths Those to "1 Labor gained another notch side of Coshocton Ohio. The and the bank had to borrow from I I I"
in Detroit where Kaiser-Frazer guardsmen were reporting for ac- another concern to carry on bus
who don't volunteer will be con I Wages High In 1798Don't
scripted, Rhee said. employees received a 12-cent-an- tive d\>lty. iness. J
Killed In Battle hour cost-of-livlng boost and Beauty gathered at Atlantic A man who really appreci- gripe about the wages
A late report quoted Mos- workers at the Ford Motor Com City for annual Miss America ated his American citizenship was you make today! Dusty time-
cow radio as saying the North Korean pany benefited by an 8-cent-an- contest and brown-haired 21yearold Stanley Zakrzewski who came to worn record books of Foxboro, .'
chief-of-staff had been killed hour Increase. These move mark : Yolande Betbeze of Mobile, Alabama this country from Poland. Whenhe Mass. reveal that in 1798 this I;
At the front. Observers speculated the sixth time in recent weeks wax crowned Miss America died recently his will left $100to town passed a pioneer industrial
that the General had met his that automobile worker In vari-I of 1951.: the national treasury "in appreciation wage-and-hour ordinance requiring
demise because the North Koreans ous plants have gotten All but 13 of 129 miners of the privilege givento pay of "66 cents for eighthours'
had not secured Taecu by pay. I I I entombed in a mine cave-in in me to become a citizen of the work and $1.33 for eight
.-'. the deadline -set by Communist On the West Coast, Harry Scotland were brought safely S." I hour work of a man and a team :
Bridges' Longshoremen' Union the A. Davis sufficient to carry a ton weight." 'I
leaders..The surface after hours of T. president of
Argentine Ambassador, asked for a 10-cent-an-hour raise rescue work. local Fleet Reserve Associa ,
Joronimo Remorino said his gov- for 16,000 Pacific Coast steve- Veteran will get I announced that Jacksonville I Hits JackpotA
ernment was ready to send un- dores while across the nation AFL GI insurance dividend in 1951. selected as the 1931 conven- >
specified aid to UN forces in Ko- longshoremen refused to unload will be considerably smaller I site of the Reserve. Rahway, N. J. man had plenty

rea and Belgium government the cargo of the Polish liner Bat- thfirst one and payment In Miami, a 50-year-old to keep him cool the other'
sources reported it is putting a ory and at the same time the start in January of next year Mrs. Virginia Lorna got night. Police reported that a a
second transport plane at the Longshoremen's Union agreed to Local barber joined () in the clink for plaintive voice over the phone
day setting
.. disposal of UN troops and that a a Government request to unload pirating price raises and to her friend' truck. said: "Hey I put 15 cent in this
1,000 man volunter battalion had boy Ice machine and now I can't stop
any Russian cargo vital to U. S. nounced they were he ,-
been recruited for duty in Korea. defense or civilian economy. jumping the price of a trim another was using it to go It-the ice keeps coming out."
About 1,000 Netherlands'f3ghtcra In England the Labor Party $l,00. An embryo' "Ilopalong When' police arrived at the automatic
will soon be in action in was backed by the Trade Un- Those "five of a kind" the'U in West Palm Beach Ice dispenser in question!
Korea the UN''Was advised and they found the customer and
onne Quintuplet will visit gone
which embraces
ion Congress himself for a cam
recently arrived British troops some 20 pieces of Ice on the (side
trade unionists in York for the first time next
some 8,000,000 against the Indians The
went into action along undisclosed walk.
an -
their anti-red policy, which cen- and another five of a kind helped himself to a ,
position on the Korean L.
battle line.} Reports indicated that tered about a resolution to ban Five brothers from Utica, of cap guns holster, an ,1 ,
at least one of the British bat- and scrap atomic bomb stockpiles.The York which received a rifle, leather chaps, leather LUte Soothing Syrup ;
heavy vote was against the eous call to active military and $55: to. ]
talions were surrounded by the a bicycle from Kids almost like to go ,Dentist i
Reds and fought their way out of resolution. The Trades Union Congress Two of the brother are stores before police Leo Ryan of IMtUfield< Moss t
the encirclement to safety. I also Junked the voluntary of the last war. him. When Ryan finishes with the d
General MacArthur told wage freeze policy they have followed Another group joined Quintuplets were born In youngsters he gives them a pre.* ,
"# Representative Scott that there since 191$ and observers defense effort last week. Oa., last week right In scrlptlon to be filled at the corner -' .
will be a complete destruction of felt this mint forthcoming wage of America, Inc. resolved at th middle of a downtown in- drugstore The, prescription
North Korean forces before they I disputes between British labor and 42 annual Convention in I hsila. The new arrivals .always! calls for a bag of pop
can get back to the 38th parallel. management I phia to forsake the rods and five kittens. corn at Ryan' expense.I ,


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i Uninscribed Trophies Hark

SALTY HUMOR'I FROM Fleeting Fame Of Athletes 11 '

HERE AND THERE"One Where are the laurels' of )yesteryear 1

A paraphrase of Francois Villon, the French balladeer,
more crack out of yoi well be the tarnished
might composed on forgotten: trophieswon
und I'm going to give, you: ;a
good> spanking!!" by yesterday's hard-fighting: athletes. .

"It wouldn't be the first tim TM Amidst the plaudits of the
I've been' spanked' ; crowd, they had their hour of many with as little revealing information .
"So you've been spanked be-'" triumph on the baseball diamond, but of these' the fig.
fore?" the football field, the swimmingpool ure of victbry standing on an unmarked

"Spanked before! Why I've< I the basketball court, the ten- pedestal to which the
been spanked as far back as I I I nis court, the skeet range. Proud price mark is still attached, is
can remember!" were those heros of NAS Jax as way out in front Perhaps it was
they presented their awards to blown on a high wind from a ,J

Tough: "One more word out of the station. distant trophy shop and droppedon
:you, and I'll fight! I I Who were they? Where are they Mason Field.ODDITIES ..
Tougher: "Scram!" I now? Does anyone ask or care? *

Tough: "That's not the word" ,. -i.V ''''::; .... ""l 1f ... ... ... also are discoveredby
THE VISITOR to the Adminis- the careful visitor Such as '

Pedestrian driver who has BIRMINGHAM SPECIAL-la these days of fast speed with tration building may glance with' the bowling ball, mounted on a
found a parking space. fl) ing jets and rockets, some folks still choose the old way of brief curiosity at the three glass- stand bearing a plaque rending
I traveling, as did Tyrus Bailey who steered his 1924 Model T Ford enclosed cases harboring the once "first ball rolled by Capt. A. R.

Drunk to Taxi Driver: "Home', I from Birmingham, Ala. to come to work at NAS lax last week shining trophies, with the minia- Brady, Commanding Officer,
James!" : He didn't make bad time during his 500-mile trip either, leavingat ture sports figures of siver, Comm ission Bowling Alleys,
Taxi Driver: "What d'ya mean I 0900 Tuesday and arriving here at 1700 Wednesday. lie reached bronze or brass surmounting the 1947. Comdr. Paul E Enrick, Ex.
home James?' This is a pubic top speed of 30 per, cruising along more or less-mostly less-at engraved pedestals. A few may ecutive Officer." 1 1'i
)i taxi!" 20 per, Tyrus encountered no trouble, using about 20 gallons of pause to study the display For And the huge urn engraved
Drunk: "Oh, very well-Home. I gas to make the trip. In the family for many years, the car cost these, there is a lesson on the only with an enigmatic "B",
Jesse James" $440 when new, (Note the modern touch, of rear fender skirts), ephemeral quality of fame, the Does it stand for baseball, basketball -
--- fickleness of public affection.
bowling-or simply beer.
"Papa, vots a vacuum?" The number of trophies ac- The 50 or more trophies in the _
"A vacuum's a void, son." i Living Allowance Bill quired in the comparatively brief. Administration building are only 'i
"1 know, papa, but vat's thtvoid history of the station is surely a part of the many such awards
The wide field of
mean? i commendable I housed, more or less carefully,
in which personnel of the
sports in other departments of the sta-
"What's the matter, little boy?" Sl651' station have excelled is also noteworthy I tion. Truly the station can be
"Ma's gone and drowned all Culls For $85 To proud of the sportsmanship! and
the kittens." The question rises "to what individual prowess of its athletes

"Dear me, that's too bad" end have so many triumphs been I so symbolized.If .
"Yeah she told me I could do Washington (AFPS) -Congressional action on the living allowancebill ; achieved?" only when the tro- anyone can provide additional -
it." for enlisted service! men's families has been completed and forwarded phies themselves ,dull now and information regarding the occasion .
to the White House for The President's. signature j lacking in any semblance of their and the personnel involved ..
--- ---- -- ---- former glory, are examined in the winning of the
I To compensate for the rise in tenant to $150 a month for a general .. ) unmarked trophies, the Jax Air

fjf1m / living costs, Congress made the with a family, THERE IS THE Pepsi-Cola News will be happy to take the
I allowances substantially higher all Softball award, presented in 1942 information. ..
along the line But it put a ceiling to the champions of the Amateur _._ .
JIEUB UtE THE monthly al- - ----- ---- ----
the number of dependentsthe of Florida.
on Softball Association
t PL1i1Ht I lowances provided in the bill:
government will help support.A Did the Navy win it? The Ma-
Grades E-7 and E-6: $147.50for
man with ten dependents will two dependents, $165 rines? If either, what was the Green Cove Books
a one or
be eligible for no more than a man outfit? There js nothing to provide
for $80 of it comes
with three ; even a hint of how the tro- Food Handler SchoolSo
from the soldier's own pay
J I phy came into the Navy's posses-
THE FKOV1SIOX is to avoida Grades E-5 and E-4: $127.50 I sion and was placed in the glass successful was the three-
a month for one or two dependents -
: situation which developed in case. day Food Handlers School
WorldVar II when some draftees $145 for three or more; $60 Puzzling to, is the "Miami Gold held here last week, that plans tare
of it conies from the soldier's own I in 1943. Won
with large families drew larger Ball Trophy" won being made to hold a sim-
pay. whom? And for what And
monthly checks than highranking by ilar course at Green Cove
with Lower grades: $85 for one dependent the "Team Trophy, Seventh Naval Springs Naval Station, offic-
officers equally large
families. $107.50 for two, $125 for District, 1947," There are ials have announced
three or more; $40 comes from ---- Held for military and civil-
"You'll do. Your job is con- The bill expresses the feeling of the soldier's own pay.
ian personnel of the Navy, the
tidenlial. wife must Congress that the armed forces
My never i
The same scale applies to equivalent course at Green Cove will
know you're here! should take steps to dischargemen I
Navy ranks commence October 9.
with more than three dependents -
After the bill becomes law, the SUPPLY
"I illustrate what I but does'
shall now as "hardship cases
have in my mind," said the En- not make that a mandatory first allowance checks will be i Ii Underwater Drakes Put
I rute'l mailed as soon as the Armed I
sign 115 he erased everythingfrom Officers are not Included Forces complete the necessaryclerical I I On Flying Boats y -
the blackboard I cause they already get "quaitersallowances" I

I ranging from $60 a ,__woik.Servicemen_ ___,_ I i SIIINI>IG, For the first time I Baltimore, Md. (AFPS) Unlerwater .
Hickory dickory dock, : month for a bachelor second lieu- 'since 1948, and for the first de- brakes for flying boats
Two mice the clock -- ------- social function this
ran up --- --- ---- --- Invited To partment have been devised by the Glenn
The clock struck one, year, the Supply civilians are pre .. Martin Company and are being .
And the other one got away. I Cub Scouts Meet 'paring to give a Fall Dance The installed the Navy's P5M-1
Harvest Moon Dance I I dance, an informal affair, is slatedfor Martin amphibious planes.
Lady: (holding cookie to her Friday EveningA I that covenient location which The brakes make it easier to
r.ew dog) : "Speak! Speak!*' I Servicemen have been extendeda has housed a number of other taxi and maneuver a big seaplane

Dog: "WhaUl I say?" cub scout meeting will be cordial invitation to attend the Supply dances, the MayflowerRoofgarden. while it is on the water. They arei
; held Friday, September 15 at I I big Harvest Moon Dance September i pair of flaps attached to the hull
Sailor: "Hello, there!' 1930 in building 612, it has been I 29 at the Red Shield Sf'l'vlcf'men's The date Friday the 22nd of tear the tail and the pilot can
Wave: announced. Club in Jacksonville week from tomorrow ontrol them from the .
September ( braes
Sailor: "Oh, well." The dance of the fall other the
A Committee meeting will beheld first season ), was picked with an eye on Among things
: on the same day at 1845. I activity will get under way at the football schedules here and cut: down the turning radius of a
"Swounds, S'Lawngslot, where I Planning of the new charter will ;i 2030. Bruce Thomas and his orchestra nearby, and, apparently conflicts big seaplane by 50 _per cent. '-
valiant '
didst learn to be a
so I be discussed, new officers will be will provide the music with none.
f :knight? elected and cubs will be I II I _.
new --- --- -
I Thomas and his orchestra -
', "Sblood, Sir Awgwan, at a Bcuce .
knight: school." I given registration cards in the I Freeze Surplus Goods will furnish the noise from 9

: meeting. Washington (AFPS) -The Government ''I to 1, and the tickets (which were
"Where have you been the Seven members of Scout Troop i recently ordered a I II to go on sale ;yesterday) are pricedat :
last three dances?" I 131 have been signaled out for I I "freeze"' on surplus property, including I I the, very reasonable rate of '
"Oh Mac was showing me assisting in the distribution of !' that already authorized'I $1.50, stag: or drag. The very able l

some new steps." ; hurricane bills, during the last for sale. All such property will dance committee, headed by Fred .
'Were they hard?" I hurricane alert, to housing at be re-examined to determine' its'II Quina is handling the sale of the ,
"No, we took some cushions' Dewey Park and other areas Included present suitability for defense tickets and will also be able to ; .
in this group were scouts I further information .
tilong use. The freeze order covers I provide any I
Bob Bessette, Bill Bessette Hin- plants and supplies, equipmentand I you may desire The committee: ,
She: "Thanks for the hug" ton Carter, Jerry Carter. Richard materiel whether of civilian Oretha Wilkins, John Hoffman, '

He: "The pressure was all Brooks, Carlo Kirkland and or military character. Ken McDuffie, Georgia Barthel- :, g r
mint; Richard McElveen I mess, Harry Hardwicke, Helen- .,I a
Mcllwalne, and Chief John .
Schmidt. In the South Area: Ernie j' ..

Rocleillat. .
i :
CHAIR-MAX Cjn.VA announced,
I "While we are accepting no reservations { e Ir Ivs t

ample tables will be > ,
available on a first-come-first-
r Kf
y served basis. As usual, BYOL is

the rule (the midnight curfew
does not apply to private parties)
and ice and soft drinks may be -P t
obtained at the dance for a small j
extra charge. During orchestra "

intermission, several door prizes
will be given."

Fred further pointed out that ,

department military personnel, officer -
and enlisted, are most certainly -
invited, and tickets and Information -
may be obtained from

Schmidt Committeeman Chief John zr":


Ar'S NOTKS. Wesley Cary Dicks ; 1
(D. L.'* second oldest eon) was I '

, !elected captain 'of the School Boy I AMONG BESTUNDRESSEU ; -
at the Overhaul Repair
21 inspectors
these new
( .. NEW INSPECTORS! d in grade were Patrol for this school Here is another member ''YI
Lester Sellers, Eddie: Lund, John Jenkins!, James:, Tyler Safety year I -
left to right, are I
Front row Mom'n wounded "best undressed ten"Among
h' department. Coburn George Simons and I Gertrude son was of the
Francis Colson, James /
and Ij. E. Harvey- Second tow Lloyd recently in Korea and is curlently movie lovelies. She's
Miner and Grover
Surratt Winston Black, WetJty I
Hilliard John
Sherman Rowe Third row Lee rtruptratirig in a Tokyo I curvaceous Janis Paige, movie
Mausers Ernest Land
, Jilliard Langlry.. William Grant, Gerald Elmorr, Raymond 1
Rack row starlet'
Arnold. ,
See rage 1).
William Bills Absent from the photo is Casy Dinfcins. ( story on .

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What little "brown bags" for such big; "brown baggers." 1
t .Chiefs George Dickinson (left) and Roscoe Elliot (right), I 4 '>'
check out a newcomer Gerald Rumble on the sacred duties
of a good brown bagger.
"__ '. _' _n__ Speaking of bags, we have ones of this variety II

p "The bags are lighter on the second cruise, Mac." the big Navy "gas bags." .. .. .. ....
\ Two "single sons" William Jones and Carl Madaris, ,A.i "
)0 seem to have their'sea bags mixed.

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Brown return in regulation style :
with a bag full of dirty skivvies. Left to rightare
c'f Kenneth Shaw AO1, Ted Saxon, AOC and I'
Glenn Bills, AL-1.
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"Oh. happy day!" Shown in the early morning brown bag i.i : : "
march are left to right Ensign Glenn Stores, A. P. Walthall, AD3, : : : ':
and George Dickinson, AMC. I:
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It's signed leave papers and parachute bag for
Brown Baggers And Sad Sacks Gene Todd, right, as F. K. Paddock, SN, bemoansthe 4.
duty-no liberty and no bag at all. r
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There's a sad song being sung these days down at the Patrol .h i,
Squadron Three coffee messes. The "single sons" are singing and the \\i .
"brown baggers" the It's ':
are turning pages. a sad, sad lament.
It ell started years ago, when the first "brown baggers" appeared \ 4 4a / k\t"
on the quarterdeck with brown bag in hand. These toters of
the brown bags have been the victims of much to-do from the free r
end single element. This hard work these days fins us this kind of \
However, now with the midnight curfew slapped on most tav- bags-"bags under the eyes.'
erns and night clubs in town, the lads now have liberty boats and no "; : : >

place to go. -' :' .',.:. .:......t. 1.: 1 ;
The ..
current opinion, shared by all hands, was voiced by one : : "
VP-3 man without a bag (brown bag that is): "Men, we might as <. .,:," ';' H
well face it, we can't beat these "brown ba gers." Let's join them." ... ." ':'" I 4
For those who wish to elaborate omissions
On on our : > v.JS.
.. the other hand, the "brown baggers are waxing quite merrily v.WA
with such pleasant duties as passing out towels for tears, punching fill in here a Navy bag of your choice. Strictly regulation. It's not the size of the .
luck chits
tough and turning the aforementioned pages of that I
sad song. sea, bag. It's the size of. the bag see!
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In addition to this many are the fatherly talks unloaded into the j
appreciative ears. At last the "brown baggers" have come into their I I I 1 Ladies Auxiliary, FRA

wn. Seek OriginOf II I Tricky Quicky
-- --- To Gather Monday '-

40a11 For WomenTo Author Debunks Famous I I After a terrible rainstorm I Unit 91 of the Ladies Auxiliary ,,
which had drowned many of of the Fleet Reserve Association
'I' their chickens the farmed ask- i will meet Monday evening- :, Sept.
Perform Duty Popular BeliefsAs Marine ed his wife how many were 18 at 2000 at the Cumberland
I Hymn I left. She replied: "If onethirdand Road Community Center.
Pure FictionLondon one-fourth and onefifthwere | All members are urged to be i
At Shore StationsThe
Wasington (AFI'S) Marine added together it present to hear the report from
(API'S)-William Tell Corps archivist Joel D. Thackerhas make 47"How the delegates: returningi-from the '.
: Navy has called for never shot an apple from the started inquiries 1.1 Spain in I many chickens were National Convention held at Long ,,'
additional women volunteer head of his son--in fact William an effort to establish the origin of I there Beath. Calif. : \
# for active duty at Naval shore Tell never existed.A. I the Marine Hymn, the famous I The Auxiliary has been advised
stations in the United States S. E. Acvkermann makes the and melodious song beginning- 'suaalga! 09 :JaMsudc that Jacksonville has been chosenas (
I above statement in his new, recently I "From the Halls of Montezuma to the site for the big 1P51 national i
as replacement for men qualified ) published book. "Popular the Shores of Tripoli." -.---- .. .--.-- convention.
for sea duty.An I Fallacies," in which he lists other
. I While several versions of the I Mrs. Paula Miller of
appeal for WAVE reservists, I'' false ideas that have been handed song's origin exist, none has been oI Unit 91 and delegate president to the recent -
troth officers and enlisted' to volunteer down. Here are some of them: I substantiated sufficiently for acceptance diet, national meetlny, was electedto '
for a minimum of one i That brown eggs are more nutritious I by the Marine Head- I il I II the National Board of Directors -
year of active duty t" meet the than white ones. quarters Historical Division NOTESA at the convention. She ha.
critical need for women personnel That drinking hot tfa cools the Some researchers have attributed also been appointed convention
... wes made by Vice Admiral I the to French
person who drinks it. music a opera chairman for next year by the
Chief I bingo party is slated again
John W. Roper' of Naval by the composer Offenbach produced
That a hairy chest is the sign of newly elected national president.
PersonnelAt i this Friday night at 2000 with
I in Paris in 1859. Mr. Thacker -
the time, the Navyurged great physical strength. : however believes Marines were : big and little- jackpot games. 1-
6k same That the human eye can over- I| Cash and merchandise awards Civilian Crew To Mall
the the
unmarried civilian singing
women, opera
t who are high school graduatesand I awe lions and other- wild animals. I' was produced. He thinks the com will be given for each game. 2 U. S. Hospital Ships
between the ages: of 20 and That .vhiskey is an antidote for poser may have heard the tune as I The regular weekly dance is ,
26, to enlist in the Regular Navy snakebite. a Spanish folk"song. Mr. 'Thacker on the program for Saturday I! San Francisco (AFPS)-For the
under itfl increased quotas for I That if shingles' encircles a patient I believes Spaniards carried the I night with music furnished by first time, civilian crews will man
WAVE recruits. he dies. tune to Mexico where American Bee Haven and her orchestra. Navy ships. ,

"Women both officers and enlisted I That a red flag infuriates. a Marines heard It. Officially,, the j. Dancing from 2030 to 0030. I j I Military Sea Transport Service "
are required by almostevery a bull. lyrics are credited to-unidentified Any Chief Petty Officer interested announced here recently that
Naval shore activity in the I That an ostrich hides his headin members of the Marine Corps. in bowling on the CPO ,crew I members taken from civil ;
continental United States to replace the sand. I The words "To the Halls of I Club representative team should I'service'; lists will man the naval
male officers and enlisted I That swans, sing sweetly when Montezuma" and "To the Shoresof contact Chief Haas at extension hospital ships'; Benevolence and
personnel qualified for sea duty." dying. I I Tripoli" appear on standardsnow I 766. I, Repose. The, two ships were recently -
Vice Admiral Roper said. That crocodiles shed tears. in the Marine Museum, reconditioned in local ship-
WAVE reserve officers in the I That adders are deaf.- Quantico, Va., which were carried Familiar Territory i I yards..
grades of Lieutenant commander That there are no snakes in in the war of 1812. It is considered \ With U. S. Forces in Korea A MSTS spokesman said that
and below are needed in all Ireland.' likely that they were utiliz- (AFPS-For 18 months, "until the precedent-breaking-steps was!
classifications. I That George Washington cut ed in the composition of the I the town was coming out of my taken because "it's convenient to t
Enlisted women reservists are down a cherry tree. song's lyrics I ears," Capt. Walt McKinney of dolt this way at this time." The 4
needed in all petty officer grades, -x- Kennett Mo.. was stationed with Navy, will) still run the hospital
including chief petty officer in I Woman Stops Exams j American occupation, forces in sections of the ships, however a
the, emergency: and ge/veral: service keeper hospital corpsmen, and I Masan. x- x
rating': ... [dental technician. In Hamhn Texas! the mobile X. i> Following a recent U S. leave And they tell the story of';the o'
.., n mn, c'omyeoman ther information or vol- ray unit had to stop work for awhile the captain returned to Japan. rank-happy air crewman who
I 1 p for active duty and on I mently Heuson a 415- The Korean war erupted and he one day had to bail out in a 'b' +
accountanting 'Individuals should in- pound woman stepped ore the X- was rushed tc Korea. hurry He unbuckled his para.. Y
store .. lJ Navy recruiting ray unit platform, and it coul n't I I His assignment You guesses it. I rhulc,,$tepptd out, counted three A
mate ttat. l hold up under! the weight.( I Masan. rnrl. nulled) his rank.II' .
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Andy Conner Tops Williams-Wilson Duo Add

the Blind ComFairJax Bogy entries Play dominated City Tennis Doubles Title ,

r weekly Blind Bogey Golf

Tourney Saturday at as the Andy station Conner links took last A couple of Navy lads, Owen Williams of NARTU and

top honors while Admiral Mont- Leon Wilson of Reserve Squadron VS-741, proved that they
gomery, Capt. Allen Smith and were no "cheese" champions as, they combined their effortsto
Bob Wallace deadlocked for run capture the Jacksonville City Tennis Doubles championship
ner up honors. at Boone Park.The
Monday .
Conner, who shot 79, chose a :
Handicap of 5, giving him a 74, hard driving racket wtel With Bob Joyce 0i which declared him the winner.. era proved' that their victory in J
downing the top seeded dup of
In the Duval County meet last
deadlocking for next honors, month fluke Rosa and Rosa The losers just
Admiral was no as they swept
!i Jax Navy's grid schedule opens next Saturday at handicap,Montgomery shot 89, giving chose him a 12 a two straight seta, 8-4 and 6-2 from didn't have it in their meeting
; the Gator Bowl against the fliers of Corry Field. The curtain final tally of 73. Capt. Smith shot pre-tourney favorites Mike Williams llama Monday and night Wilson.with Owen Wil-,
raiser with Corry will be the first'tussle of the toughestcard 95, chose a 22 handicap and post- and Dill Uelfrich.Monday' .
ed a final 73. Bob Wallace also win was lust another and Owen Williams took
the locals have encountered since the end of the war
posted a 73 after choosing a title for Williams who branchedout advantage of short lob shots by .
and one of the huskies have been working hard for. 5 handicap and shooting 78 into "outilde" play! after win Helfrich, who WILl having a bad t
The local schedule of 10 games has been arranged such In the longest drive of the day ning the NAS singles title earlier day, and the winning duo made
that three home will be played at the Gator department, Wallace again edged this year. lIe also teamed with easy letup kill shots when they
games into the winner bracket as he Comdr. George Chalmers in an- counted the moat.
Bowl. All are Saturday afternoon games, starting at 2:00 blasted a 250 yard drive on the nexing the NAS doubles cham- During the two seta, the last
P. M, Corry Field will visit here for the opener next week, 17th hole. William Rusk shot to pionship recently and finally the taking only 20 minutes Wilson
followed by Patuxent River, October 21 and Eglin Field on within 5 feet of the cup to win Duval County title with Wilson. made 15 placement and 10 errors -
Final for transportation have not the "nearest to the pin" title for Williams and Wiiaon'a win Will whUe teammate Owen Williams
October 28. arrangements
Saturday.. Mike Hollack made 14 placements and 13
droppeda surprisingly easy aa it was ex-
been completed, but it is anticipated that free transportation beautiful 25 foot putt for the pected to be a hard fought match errors. :Mike Williams made 12
( will be provided for those wishing to attend the games, longest putt honors. with Mike Williams and Helfrich, I placements and 21 errors while his __

Head Coach for Here the 1950 Are season Coaches is Lt. (jg) Dick Carver Rules Help Bail Ump Out of Tough teammate placement and Helfrich 12 errors made one

who from his past experience on the gridiron makes (
0 & R .
him well qualified to pilot the local eleven. Predicaments-Such As This One Bowling

An all around athlete, Garver was one of the outstand
jug players of softball, baseball, football and wrestling at I (Reprinted the Saturday by Special Evening Permissionof Post 'I advance to second is based upon i iI : League Begins

Alhambra High School, Alhambra, California in the "late Copyright 1950 by the Curtis I an official interpretation. : '
1930's." Later he went to Fresno State College and gained Publishing Co.) 50-51 Season

added experience as halfback on the college eleven, before Some of baseball's trickiest
f entering the Navy as an Aviation Cadet in 1913. plays involve the question of in- Overhaul and Repair depart !
terference. "No consideration can bowling league opened its
One phase of his pro-flight training was taken at St. be given the intent" says Billy i 1950-51): season play last Thursr
Mary's Pre-Flight school. lIe was active in sports and cap Evans, one of the pastime's fore- I I day and Friday nights with 1
tured the St. Mary's welterweight wrestling championship, most authorities. "If there is interference II Comdr. William Kenna O & R
f in the of the Officer and Comdr. Sherwood
opinion I
played football and was elected the outstanding St. Mary'sathlete umpire, it must be so called. At II I I Dodge assistant O & R officer,
during 1913-44. times however, the rules help to p I rolling out the first ball on the I
\ 1916 Garver played on the Oceana, Va., football squad bail the ump out of a tough sit- } respective first nights. I II
t" \ finished its season undefeated and once-tied. His first low uation.: Take the one outlined be- k I I I teams The league representing is composed various of div-16 i iI i

coaSiiing; position was that of football coach for Air Group The Cubs hold a long lead over I isions of Overhaul and Repair
I One iu 1918 and was athletic director at Cecil Field before the Reds as they come to bat, top I Officers of the league include
coming! to NAS. The head mentor states that football is his of the seventh, at Crosley Field. Gilbert Chichester, president; .
After Hank Sauer is retired. Roy David Kemp vice president
favorite sport. Smalley. walks and Bob Sheffi I Gene Neal secretarytreasurerand
Former Wisconsin :Man single sends him to third. : Charles Langdon, assistant:
Lcdr. Harry Knickelbine, line coach this year has been T Tohnny Schmitz takes two I II secretary-treasurer
i. rikes and then the double I Everett Brock of Petals divis-
school -
time and unlike Garver, played high
around long
a ul sign is flashed. -x-- i ion walked off with first night
football in Milwaukee, his home town, in the "early 1930's. Red Pitcher Frank Fanovich, : Joe Jackson's Weakness i honors with a high set aggregateof
After graduating from high school he went to the Universityof working very deliberately pays 'Shoeless Joe" Jackson whom 534, an average of 178 per
Wisconsin During his playing days there between 1938- no heed as Smalley tears head- I Ty Cobb calls the greatest hitterof game. D. C. McPherson turnedin .
and halfback. long for home while all time, pitchers nightmares I the highest single tally, 21%
39 and 10, he alternated at guard quarterback Scheffing I gave Production Control Materialand
breaks for second. Fanovich's during the he played
Knickelbine entered the Navy in 1911 and while stationed pitch hits Smalley in the back as I in the American League years Equipage each garnered f
at Pensacola in 1912, was active in both football and basketball he crosses the plate. The pitch I One time; t recruit pitcher ap- points ledger in on the right night side play.of tl')
He became active in Jax Navy sports in HUG as he would have been in the strike I pealed to Chief Bender, one of Teams entered opening in the league
played guard for the locals. In 1917 he coached here with zone had it reached the catcher. Connie Mack's greats asking him are Production Control Material,
"Tuffy" Thompson who, with Knickelbine, had his heyday.I it How would the you call the play : how to pitch to Jackson Bender Equipage, Structures, Power J
were him
you umpire told
In addition to football, he : Plant No.1, Engineers.. Metals,
on the gridiron previous year. 1 ,I "Low and outside. Follow this Cowling Shop, Assembly Plant
piloted the NATTC baseball and basketball combines in 1917.NAS Answer-The: play is not con- system and he'll only hit 360" Division, Power Plant No. 2, Ma-
Glenview was Knickelbine's next "port of call." In strued as interference in view of I -x- I chines, Repair and Salvage,
Section 6.05 (L). Schmitz is out: Schedules, Flight Test and In-
and last head I Switch To Ducks
1918 he was assistant coach there season was on strikes even though he never gpection
man at NAS Quonset Point, II. I. Judging from his past rec- had a chance to swing. Smalley'srun I Toyama, Japan (AFFS)-Duck -
ord, it shouldn't be hard to conceive that football is also counts and Schefflng is per racing has become a popular sport Lou Fonseca, one-time major
Harry Knickelbine's top favorite sport. mitted to move to second. The here because citizens are disgusted league batting champion and now<<
ball is dead. with the corrupt operation of the producer of baseball films
Also helping with the line coaching chores this year is The part of Section 6.05 (L) bicycle racing. Six ducks are blames thin-handled bats for the .
Lt (jg) Dave Barksdale, former Naval Academy star. Barks- that covers the status of Schmitz turned loose in a U-shaped track scarcity of .300 hitters. lIe says
dale broke into football back in his high school days at his and Smalley reads "with less "The betting is BO low it doesn't that 20 years ago players often
Whiteville North Carolina high school. While there he than two out the umpire shall call\pay to dope a duck. And the ducks got handle hits because the han-
!\ 'strike three,' the ball is dead, themselves are incorruptible," one dles of the bats were so much
played four years in the backfield. and .the run counts." Schefflng's I I[promoter announced. thicker.
Entering the University' of North- Carolina" in 1939.' he .

played one year on the freshman team and two' years on the
Tar Heel varsity as a blocking back. After three years at

Carolina he entered the Naval Academy, playing backfieldfor
two seasons. e)

After the Naval Academy Barksdale played one year at
Corpus Christi and in 1916 piloted the Middie freshman team

at Annapolis. Since reporting to NAS Jax, he has played

I several seasons, moving to the center post for the local eleven.
He retired from play this season to coach the line.

Football Yarns .
\ With football season upon us, stones pop up continually
about various teams players. There's one about Chubby

I Griuu, 300 pound defensive tackle of the Cleveland Browns. I
;;.' :t Every player longs for that thrill of making his first TD,
especially so for a lineman. Chubby took the first step tot -
wards the realization of that dream of intercepting a pass a

and running for a touchdown when he lifted his bulky frame

into the air and intercepted a pass from: Buffalo's George
last fall.
c Ilatterman Much to the giant lineman's dismay however, he ad- .m;.. _,z.... '''', :>' <7 = '? ;'''__ ...---

vanced only a couple yards before he was dropped-his TD O& R BOWLERS BEGIN PLAY-Competition In the 19051'OnrMQI..an4.. Repair Bowling
shattered. League season got underway last week with 1$ team to**-r lflr',1IU.TrrmtTtmnn,was on hand Y
hopes rudely to catch captains of eight of the squads on opening nMpsaU'fsMUlliJIP JIMI MMl JiPtains Bob
Jumping up, he complained bitterly to his team mates: Wagner, Assembly; Donald McPherson, Plant DlVbloiSsssssiamJsssslssL HBfrflijgfjfcn Ilasham.
I "If you guys would have given me some down field blocking Cowling; Bob Bower Structures; Francis Eernesse, f' 9 HHHNHpiHR| HB :J and Jocrf
I would have gone all the way." Itelt1; or Power Plain No L e, 1 I

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r. Delayed Infra-Mural Slate

.. w w Waiting For Better ResponseAs

p p .y 4 yY a result of poor attend-
at the first of arranged to build up the Navy
... ance meetings man's to the peak of per..
representatives for intramural fection. All out participation for .

touch-football, volleyball, 'this program should be required 1
and bowling, Frank McCaf- not only for individual satisfaction -
I but for a sportsman like
frey, director of activates at spirit. '

. the station, held second meet- -x-

ings this week. .

Touch football representatives
met again Wednesday to lay plans ,
for the forthcoming grid season.
Today a volleyball meeting was )
a scheduled and tomorrow bowling
representatives will meet in the
Physical Training building at
1030. Bowling representatives: responded -
best at the first meetingand
McCaffrey stated that the
I g bowling league this season shouldbe Last week's Blind Bogy Tour
DRILLING HARD -Hard at nament dominated Com-
the biggest undertaking.The was by
It in preparation for the sea program was to get under- FairJax members, three copping
son's opener September 23 way next week, but as a result of honors. Andy Conner copped
- against Corry Field at the Ga- poor reception, it will probably I first place and Admiral Mont-
and Capt. Allen Smith
be still gomery ,
delayed. Applications are
tor now( here, Jax Navy's grid-
open for all three sports programsand tied for second place honors. All
men move through a few fast! can be obtained at the Phy- were in the same foursome, three 1

offense plays, top, while Assistant sical Training building.All finishing in the winner. bracket.
Coach Date Barknlale keeps touch-football games will
belayed on the field adjacentto VP-3 got a shot In the arm in ,
them hustling. Practice makes
the station parade grounds op- the form of Bob Wallace. He
perfect, that's"hat Coach Dick I posite the Chief Petty Officers should prove valuable to the VP3 -
Garver tries to emphasize to his, Club. Volleyball meets will be squad in the forthcoming In..
stalwarts, bottom, who just held in specified areas of the tra-mural Golf Tourney. Over
participating teams and bowling the past week end Wallace shot II
muffed a deceptive offensive
matches will be held at the sta- 78 and 75. ;
maneuver. This jeor's edition tion alleys in the Mainside rec- f
Is showing plenty, of hustle and reation building. Fasron Six's latest addition to
" "(Iffll. I Physical fitness plays an Im- the station links is Lt. Adrian
portant part in the effectivenessof : Back who has been visiting the
a fighting force, it has been Course frequently since report-
if. 1f if. pointed out. As little as it may ing aboard.
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... seem. these athletic. events. -are- I Allen Smith playing'foursome
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SPORT SHORTSIn I Gridders Set For Opener Lcdr. Joe with Williams Comdr.and Comdr.Bedell,

Gene Peltier, knocked a 35 foot
the 1932 North CarolinaStateDuke
I putt on the 9th green on the
football game, Duke 'first day of good play since the
failed to get the ball pact the storm last week. On the 18th
4 mid-field stripe throughout the I Next Week At Gator BowlI hole, his partner, Peltier hit an
entire game. approach shot 40 yards out and
chipped into hole.
Hank Bauer of the New York Navy's 1030; football squad went into its final two weeks of practice Monday the .

Yankees was recently comparedto I with extensive contact and scrimmage sessions, pointing for the all-important season op- In discussing penalties, the

old EnosCountry"National League Slaughter.star (name An ener September 23 with Corry Field at the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville ditches usual case are is considered that all natural water

imlino\vn: ) said that he is the American What the local eleven lacks in the referee and his assistants Wheatley and Geoige Ferncll. Joe hazards. Natural ditches running .
League's Slaughter. "He weight this they hope to I I watch move of play. The through the NAS links
fields like like year [ every Sinko, All-Navy three !seasons .
Slaughter runs are on holes 1, 9 and 10 and
for witha '
make up in speed coupled punt, which plays such an Impor-
Slaughter and is beginning to hit I and Gordon Kent, who last year
I 11 are penalty hazards and cost
wide array of tricky plays. tant part In the great fall time
played backfield for Jax Navy, player one stroke. Man mode
classic, will be displayed and Why
Local -fans will get their first
deThree glimpse of the 1950 edition at the and how opposition rushes the will probably get the nod for I ditches the for relieving excess wateron
kicker. starters at guards. course are usually playedas
players played with the Jacksonville Football Association a freeiift and no penalty, In
same club for 22 consecutive clinic open house for football en- The battle for starting berths is Big Jim Patterson and Joe Kur- the future man made ditches
.. years: Adrian (Tcp) Anson with thusiasts at the Gator Bowl to- /still! wagingboth in- the backfieldand ash have been driving hard and are to marked with blue stakes
the Chicago Cubs; Ty Cobb with morrow night. All personnel are forward wall. To get a more will probably start against the and penalty ditches will be
the Detroit Tigers and Mel Ott invited<<: to attend the football open perfect picture of what combina- Corry fliers at tackles with 250- marked with white stakes with
with the New York Giants. house. The Navy lads, along with tions he has, Coach Garver has pounder Buddy Grimes at one of red stripe at the top
*. other Jacksonville representative been running plays with three the tackle posts on defense. Joe painted .

Yankee announcer, Mel Allen, teams, will display the proper different teams, switching men "Apple" Owens, a spirited candidate Personnel entering the Intramural -
was showered with over $0,000 at why and wherefores of football here and there, looking for the will probably get the start- tourney are reminded that
the special day honoring him at through actual demonstration. best possible starting eleven. Ing berth at center. the tourney will be match piny
Yankee Stadium recently. From Working With 3 Train The speedy combination of Dus- However, Coach Carver pointsout with no handicap. Operating ona
this cash, he is using a fund to set Jax Navy will outline the kick- ty Rhodes and Curly Penyak at that with all hands showing round robin basis, one-half
up memorial scholarships: at Co- off formation and kickoff return halfs, Mike Norman in the quarterback plenty of zip, the starting line-up point will be awarded for men
lumbia and Alabama Universities while officials will fan out over slot and Buck Dominy or is subject to many charges before hole up by a team at the end of
- ._ the play, showing; the fans how Ken Dunn at full, looks as if it the opening fray. nine holes.
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Eight. Golf Teams Begin season.his indicated Final hopes placing of of speed men this has Jax Navy Gridders To Use New

not been done and potential start- I 'I

- Intra-Mural Title Chase ers are showing plenty of hustle, :
pointing for one of the starting Tvne Huddle Devised Bv Coach

First intra-nuwral sports activity o( the fall program to.derway ;1 ,ignments. '" '"
: roared into high gear Tuesday afternoon as'io1ft.the ,Show i Spirit Jax Navy will trot out on dle, the signal caller's voice
S| American League tecd-off for the first matches at ,the\, and Mike Cimlne- the field this year with anew goes out in one direction and
co rse. ,,;. ly handle a large -fancied huadlc. Head those on either side often do ,
not the called. Another
get play
Composed of eight 8 man *
and> flank work this Coach Pick Garver has hit 4 1j
teams and divided Into American fare met Operations i Dave popular huddle, the rectangular -
and National Leagues, the round went up against Medical-. th newcomer on what he terms the per- formation, with the a,
lobin-match play tourney will Results of the first day's,',p 1t\'1906 footballs had fect huddle- the "funnel quarterback on the side brings >
continue until all teams of each were not available at press time str' +6ttAt'bed to the top !no! huddle." forth the possibilty of those :,
league have met each other. but will be carried in next week'sJax running backs could carry the that on either side again not hear j"; ..
Air News. Motive behind the funnel- ing the signal. t
When winners are determined in like a. hand bag. -
14 each league, a playoff for the No HandicapThis huddle is this: every man can One of the latest types of "
station title will be held. afternoon the National better hear exactly what play formations, the two-line hud- ,:
Leaguers tee-off at 1530 with In a recent game, the New is being called because he is dle with the head man in f ,a
Two Leagues Green/ Cove Springs pitted York Giants committed their in perfect line of the quarter- front of the other players, like 1
American League teams, madeup against Fleet Air Wing 11; NAR- 100th error In the first 118 games back, who in most cases is a teacher in school, is effective J
of station activities of the TU vs Marines; Cecil Field played this icason.. calling the plays. There is no stated the head mentor, "
station met Tuesday afternoon tangles with Fasron Six and running over the other fellow but should there be a strong ';
pnd will meet regularly every ComFairJax meets VP-3. I Of the 11 Detroit Tiger gamesin in getting to position as wind t>r crowd noise, some
Tuesday following. The National All matches will be match Yankee Stadium this season, all are in position when they one Is bound to .miss the play
League strokers, made up of play without handicap and play- 468,368 fans turned out. The last break, except for taking a few being railed. y I
fleet activities on the station, will ed under USGA rules with local three games.attracted. 122,227 :steps. The "funnel huddle", which :
tangle this afternoon beginningat rules applying in several cases The funnel might well be is meant to improve these discrepancies -
1530 and every following such ns water hazards. Points Eddie Yost set a new club rec- called the megaphone huddle enables all to hear
Thursday. will,be awarded for each hole up ord for the Washington Senators also, as the formation takes on because; of the megaphone or" :
.. In the first day of match play by a team at the end of nine recently when he drew his 102nd the appearance of either a funnel shape of the formation. 1.
Tuesday, defending champions holes. In the case of forfeits, the base on balls of the season. The megaphone or funnel. Gar- The quarterback's voice will ,
Hospital met Public W 0 r k s- opposing team will be awarded record was formerly held by Bud- ver's contention is that with reach all concerned it is
Communications; Administration two points for each group of dy Myer, former Senator, who the conventional circle. hud- hoprdll l .
tangled with 0 &R; PT and Wel- two players for forfeiting. 'strolled to first 101 times In 1931.

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CLASSIFIED Attorney General Reveals ::: .;>. ,' -'. ', :. : ."

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If t r f :Rooms home FOR cooked RENT meals, near 182 (to-American GroupsA

|i NAS bus route. Reasonable.Mrs. to I II
Smith, 2623 Forbes St. Ph.
j 75321. list of some 182 organizations in the B '

3 rm. furn. garage apt., 4461 St. United States which have been termed Totalitarian, Fascist, I 1 .a 1a

Johns Ave. Mrs. Higgin.I Communist or Subversive, has been published by the United a
I botham, Ph. 26495. States attorney flpnpral.

f Double rm. in private home. Included In this list are organizations ---- .
Board optional. Mrs. Sutton Ph. I which seek to alter the Dante Alighieri Society (be
I 26221. form of government of the United II tween 1935 and 1940)). ,
4 rm. furn apt., 2777 Park St., States by unconstitutional means Federation of Italian War Veterans .
I Mrs Wehner. i I and organizations which have I in the U. S. A., Inc. (Asso-
Single and double rms. 2601 Park adopted a policy of advocating riazione National Combattenti
I St., Mrs. Huston, Ph. 82770. or approving the commission of Italiani!, Federazione Degli StatiGermany'
i Furn. apt., 2765 Vernon Terrace, I I acts of force and violence to deny / Unit D'American). I .It
others their Friends of the New "
I I rights the
Mrs. Blackburn
Ph. 21836. constitution of the United States.It I (Freunde Des Neuen Duetsch-1' ARTILLERY POURS IT OWN-A battery of U. S. Army field
One large rm and use of home, would do well for all citizens lands), t I artillery pours high explosives into the enemy lines somewhere 1
e .4423 San Juan Ave. Ph. 22959. I to familiarize themselves German American Bund in Korea as counter-attacking Americans and South Koreans fight
j Mrs. Burns. with these organizations. To I I (Amenka-dueUcher Volksbund), bitterly to protect their beachhead.
keep ----- ,
i Furn. efficiency apt. 1255 Laura :' the names of these organizationswithin German American Republican I Committee to- Aid-- -the-- --- -------
Fighting Schappes Defense Committee.
St. Mrs. Buck Ph. 4-0376. I League.
| sight, it is suggested that South. .
Furn. rnis. single and double, this article be clipped and posted' German American Vocational Commonwealth Darcy Defense
I' League (Duetsche-Anierikanisched College, Mena, ( omniittee.
1447 Avondale Ave in
I a conspicious spot in office Arkansas.
Schultz, Ph. 2-5930. and home. I' Berufsgemeinschaft). Communist School of Jewish Studies New
Party, S. A.
Kyffhaeuser also York
I known
I I as
2 bdrm. house, 6128 Hyram Ave., TOTALITARIAN Communist Political Associa
Mr. Ratley, Ext. 8114. i, Black Dragon Society. I,I Bund haeuser-League). (Kyffhaeuser tion. Seattle Labor School, Seattle.
,! 2 rm furn apt., Mrs. Arslin, Ph. : Central Japanese Association Kyffhaeuser Fellowship Connecticut State Youth Con- Washington.
Orange Park, 2521. I (Beikoku Chuo Nipponjin Kai) I haeuser Kameradschaft). (Kyff.I ference. Serbian Vidovdan Council.
Single and double rms., 1628 Dal Congress of American Revolu- Slovenian American National
Nippon Butoku Kal (Mili- I Kyffhaeuser War Relief (Kyff-
Challen Ave. Mrs. Somers
I Pit I tionary Writers. Council.
tary Virtue Society of Japan or Kriegshilfswerk.
2-5008. I
2 rms with connecting bath, Military Art Society of Japan). 1 I Lictor Society (Italian Black Council Congress on of African American Affairs.Women. Socialist Workers Party, including "
I Heimuska Kai, also known as'' Shirts). American Committee for
Green Cove, 6182, Mrs. Molnar. Council for Pan American
Nokubei Gimusha Kai, Zaibel Mario-Mo'rgantini Circle. European Workers' Relief.
Efficiency apt., 1650 Goodwin St. Democracy.
I Nihonjin. Heiyaku Gimusha Kai, National Blue Star Mothers of Socialist Youth League.
Miss Houston, Ph. 8-3491. America.! Daily Workers Press Club.
I Twin bed sleeping rm. 2119 River and Zaibei Heimusha Kai (Jap- Nationalist Action Dennis Defense Committee. Southern Negro Youth Con
Blvd. Ph. 8-3276, Mrs. Wills. I anese residing in America Military League.COIlIUNIT Detroit Youth Assembly. gress.

'j. Furn.. rm .and use of kitchen, Conscripts Association). I II : Emereencv- Conference to Save Tom Paine School of Social
me Marquette Ave., Mrs. I Hinode Kai Imperial Japanese I Refugees ( bodyof Science
; Abraham Lincoln Brigade. Spanish founding Philadelphia. Pa.
Branner. Ph. 2-9719. Reservists). I Abraham Lincoln School, Chi- I the North American SpanishAid [ Tom Paine School of Westchester
Hinomaru Kai (Rising Sun -
Furn three rm. house will lease Committee).
cago, Illinois. N. Y.United ... .
Flag Society-a of .
j by year Mr. Connor, 6104 Lynwood group Florida Press and Educational
Ave. Ph. 9-5101 or 2-0275. anese War Veterans). Action Committee to Free i League. American Spanish Aid
1 i Sleeping rm. 2535 Riverside Ave. i Hokubei Zaigo :hoke Dan Spain Now.American. I I Friends of the Soviet Union I Committee.

I Gladys Edmonds Ph. 8-2566. (North American Reserve Officers League Against War i] George Washington C a rag e r United Committee of South
One furn. rm., use of home, Mrs. Asosciation). and Facism. School New York City. Slavic American. .
Newman. 4508 College St. Ph. I Japanese Association of America American Association for Reconstruction Hawaii Civil Liberties Com- United Harlem Tenants and "
i 8-6634. of Yugoslavia. Inc. mitttee. Consumers Organization.
.- Furn bdrm. use of home 338 Japanese Overseas Central So- j American Committee for European Hollywood Writers Mobilization United May Day Committee.
ciety (Kaigai Dobo Chu Kai). |
;i Randall St., Mrs. Hertzman, Workers' Relief. for Defense.
I Ph. 8-9192. Japanese Overseas Convention, American Committee for Pro- aungarian American Council United Negro and Allied Veterans *
t Furn rm, use of kitchen 2654 Tokyo Japan 1940. I' tection of Foreign Born. j for Democracy. of America.
.I'I't Myra St., Mrs. Cain, Ph. 7- Japanese Protective Association American Committee fur Span- i Independent Socialist League. Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln
6643. (Recruiting Organization' ). ish :Freedom. i I International Labor Defense. Brigade.
2 rm. furn. apt., 2245 Park St. ) Jikyoku lin Kai (Current Affairs American Committee for Yugoslav 1 International Workers Order, Walt Whitman School of Social
Mrs. Kicklighter. Ph. 7-5630. Association )I. Relief. Inc. i including People's'Radio Founda- Science, Newark, N. J.
4 rm furn and unfurn apt, near I Kibei Semen Kai (Association American Council for a Democratic \ tion, Inc. .I Washington Bookshop Assuciilr
NAS Ph. Mr. Howard at 5- | of U. S. Citizens of Japanese Ancestry Greece. |I Jefferson School of Social Science tion.
1613 or 2-0070. I who have returned to I American Council on Soviet i New York City. Washmngton: Committee for
6 rm furn house near NAS W. i America after studying ir Japan). Relations. Jewish Peoples Committee. 'Democratic Action.Washington .
R* Smith, Ph. 2-7254. j|I. Nanka Teikoku Gunydan (Imperial I American Crotian Congress. Joint Antl-Facist Refugee Com Commonwealth
I Modern furn apt. 114 12th St. So. I Military Friends Group of American Jewish Labor Council mittee. Federation.
Jax Beach, 2-5986, C. H. Duval. I Southern California War Veterans League of American Writers.MacedonianAmerican Wisconsin Conference on Social
.. Single rm. in private home, 1756 I ). I American League for Peace People's Legislation
I Glendale St., Mrs. Christman. i i Nichibei Kogyo Kaisha (The I II : and Democracy. League. Workers Alliance.
evenings Ph. 21726. Day 4- j Great Fujii Theatr). ;I American Peace Mobilization. Michigan Civil Rights Federa Workers Party including S->.
7769. I Northwest Japanese Associa American Polish Labor Council. tion. cialist Youth League.
'OR SALE tion.Peace I American Rescue Ship Mission Michigan School of Social Scl- Yiddisher Kulter Farbaud. So
Two bdrm house in country Club Movement of Ethiopia. ( a project of the United American ence. Young Communist League.
Estates Lt. Kiser, Ph. 8-1748. I Sakura Kai (Patriotic Society I I Spanish Air Committee). I National Committee for the De- SU1SVKIISIVKCommunist :
1947 Interstate House trailer contact Cherry Association-composed of I I American Russian Institute, (of j tense of Political Prisoners
Mello, Ext. 393 or Mrs. I veterans of Russo-Japanese War). San Francisco). National Committee to Win the Party, U. S. A.
Shinto Temples. j I | Peace. Communist Political l Associi- .
Barbour Trouts Trailer Park, 1 American Russian Institute of .
Roosevelt Blvd. I Sokoku Kai (Fatherland Society Southern California, Los Angeles, National Conference on American i tion.
MISCELLANEOUSBabysitter : ). I American Slav Congress. Policy in China and the Far j German-American Bund.
experienced, Mrs. j Sl..o Driver, Ph. 8-5195. Association Los Angeles). American Youth for Democ- Committee for a Democratic Far Socialist Workers Party.
Kid* wanted from Atlantic Blvd. FASCISTAmerican : racy. Eastern Policy). .. Workers Party.
and San Mateo Rd. to Supply, Nationalist Party. I Armenian Progressive Leagueof National Council of Americansof I Young Communist I.eaLue.
Contact Mrs. Linn, Ph. 9-4787. I American National Labor Party America. Croatian Descent. Organizations which huve''
Riders wanted from Lanes Ave. California Labor School, Inc., National Council of American- I "adopted a policy of advocating )
and Ramona Blvd. to NAS. I American National Socialist 216 Market St. San Francisco, Soviet Friendship. or approving: the commission of
. Hrs. 0700 to 1600, T. A. Holt, League. California. National Federation for Constitutional acts of force and violent- deny
Ext. 284, nights 2-8870. I American National Socialist Central Council of American Liberties. others their rights under the consUntion "
aide wanted from Panama Park, I Party. Croatian Women National Coun- National Negro Congress. : of the United States'- ,
Floyd St. Hrs. 0700 'o 1530: contact i i American Patriots, Inc.AuslandOrganization cil of Croatian Women. Nature Friends of America are listed below:
Edna Hoffman Ext. 384. | der NS-I Citizens Committee of the Upper (since 1935)). American Christian Nationalist
Found class ring 1949. Initials DAP. Overseas Branch of Nazi West Side (New York City). Negro Labor Victory Commit Party.
JAF pick up at VP-3 duty Party. I Citizens Cotnmitte to Free Earl tee.New Association of Georgia KI ns.
., office Association of German Nationals Browder. Committee of Publications Columbians.
Lost: Purple Rosary Beads be- I (Reichsdeutsche: Verinigung). Citizens Committee for Harry Knights of the White Camellia.
tween St. Edwards Chapel and Central Organization of the Bridges. North American Committee to Ku Klux Klan.
Hosp. Contact Mrs. Kuckuck, I German-American National Alliance Civil Rights Congress and its Aid Spanish Democracy. Original Southern Klans, In
Ext. 542 i (Deutsche Amenkanisthe affiliates North American Spanish! Aid corporated.
Man's gold wrist watch. found in Einheitsfront). Comite Coordinator Pro Repub. I Committee.Ohio Protestant War Veterans of the
Hangar 113, owner may obtain Citizens Protective League. lica Espanola. School of Social Scierite., United States.
.. by identifying. Contact W R. Committee for Nationalist Ac Committee for a DemocraticFar Oklahoma Committee to .Defend Silver- Shirt Legion of Amer
Smith, Ph. 27254. tion. Eastern Policy Political Prisoners. ica.
People's Educational Asiocla- Organizations which "seek to
alter the form of Government of
tion.People's Institute of Applied the United States by unconstitutional

Religion. Means", are as follows:
:a.People's. Radio Foundation, Communist Party, U. S. A
lphia School of Socials Communist. Politic, Asstx ia-
and Art. .: tion ,
? a > ,League (New York City) Independent Socialist League. 0
restive German-American,' Industrial Workers of the
regressive Germ nAmer- World.
I .Chicago. Nationalist Party of Puerto
I'f >J&J I
12frWetarfan Party of America."Revolutionary Rico. .
Workers League. f Socialist Workers Party.
: Samuel Adams School, Boston, ;I Workers Party.
Mass. i Young Communist League
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