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Frays Saturday To Climax Baseball Camp

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Vol. 7-No.1 7 April 19-19

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

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Base Made War Plane Capital

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-MacDonald'sJobAs t :t Jax Assigned Bulk

As NARTU Exec .

> Goes To BarleonComdr. cA Of Carrier PlanesA

John S. Batleon Jr.
USN. formerly Training: officer on r
the staff of Commander Fleet Air
] plan started before the past war finally
West Coast, has assumed his du long range
ties as executive officer of the Naval began to take shape as: the Navy announced last week that

Air Reserve Training Unit, I the Jacksonville area has been assigned more combat cairiei

replacing Comdr. William' R. Mai- planes! than any other point from Nova Scotia to the Caribbean
Donald, USN, who hAS been serving I
officer thus making Jacksonville the Navy's war plane capitalof
as the unit's executive

since September 1918. the country.The ,
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whose combat lanter planes assigned --
Comdr. MacDonald Navy
19 active carriers, 13 in
will be based at the
has here
eaieer concurrently paialleledthat
the Atlantic, live in the Pacific
of his successors' has received Naval Air Station and nearby
I and in the Mediterranean.>
orders for sea duty and will ._ _," ... ..a. __x... auxiliary airfield< Cecil Field ] Headquarters one of the Atlantic
join the U.S,S. Philippine Sea for DKPAKTKK; .NIt'Si: : 5OK-Executive: Officer of Ih'U'r.allll'r fleet in Norfolk, Va., where mostof
assignment.A: valir\e Training: Unit since September 1948& ('" In making the announcement the camera are based }presently. -
graduate of the Naval Acad- 11.11n.. ;>l.u Donuld, left huts been alerted for sea duty the Navy declared that Jackson The Navy's other carrier bas
emy class of 1935 the new NARTU l lease soon fur assignment. on flee carrier I'.S.S. :; ville's weather is mote suitablefor tion is Quonset Point, }t. I.

executive officer Commander Hi hay been replaced by uniilr.. .lolin s. It.irleon, light, earner combat air grot:? Presently at VAS and Cecil
Barleon, has literally been in the Training officer on the staff of omtnander, 1'leet ,\11'.t training A higher percentage c.; Field ate five carrier: air groups:
Navy ever since his birth In fad, flying days a year' in this area andapproximately
of some 500 planes
he was born at the Naval Academy where planes can simulate carrier -
It's The Big Day 8)t JO.OM' militaryand _
whIle his father Captain JohnS landings, and take-offs on the The
civilian personnel: rtve air
Barleon ('I retired) was stationed ground and other simulated combat -
located here theNavy
there. opetalions, has beckoned the groups' comprise
Two All-Star Contests Mark "s finest pelaonnel--expert'
Commander Barleon's fit it ditties Navy to( concentrate most of its pilots and ground crews that have
after graduation from the force here, thus making
Academy were with heavy CI1l1i1I'''s.He Jacksonville the Na\ys southern undergone specialized carrier
Conclusion Of Baseball training in their assigned jobs.
was: assigned later to destioy-r bastion. Cairiers can also stand
ei tasks, serving in the neutrality offshore near Maypott and transfer > (i read l'ii<'ilitit's

patrol Just prior to \\'orld'al' II, Some (liO young( diamond hopefuls, chosen from planes 01 receive planes which Concerning the Navy's choice

He took part in the first military of over GOO)) applicantssill participate in two take oft front the Naval Air Sta- of Jacksonville as its plane capi-
tal, Rear Adm. Calvin T. Durg'IICommandel' \,
expedition to Greenland and Iceland tion and! Cecil 10'11'1.1.The
Mason Field
at Saturday morning in the wind-up Fll'etIr Jacksonville -
that it
wIth the destroyers convoying Navy announces\
Army transports which tarried Jax-Navy loys'! Baseball Trainil1f': Camp, which has deflated "The fleet in very

men to build the first U. San ed the largest turnout of any baseball school ever much pleased with the facilities:
fields In the Tnoogliaifu here. Jewish ServicemenTo of the Naval An Station as a fleet

l<'jl<)d area on the southeast coast For four weeks! now youngsters' Observe HolidaysAn air opeiatmg/ base. Thus illatIOn
of Greenland in this area between 13 and of the fundamentals! of was originally designed and laid
such base, but thewar
Aboard Kv\ 19 years of age hive been under- The 60 boys, including: : invitation has been extendedby out for during
Entering flight training in 1911, ,g'Ol1gdose scrutiny under< a huge team players and! 21 '\ Kabln Isiael L, K.iplan, to all was used for advanced operational -
(Continued on Page 2)) i slat of instructors in the lessons resent the cream of the ,' service men of Jewish faith to attend tra.rnillgof: pilots It us
now being used for the
-- the huge throng that the services al the Jewish puiposeit "
In-Golf nukIng weekly visits to Temple Wei.nesday. April 13, at was originally designed.
The Best Facilities : The newly created project 1800 and Thursday morning, Ap- The admiral further went on to

I sponsored} !, by the Naval ril 14 at 1100) held observance say, "Due to its large size and efficient -

Available To All Personnel tion' and the City of of PdMover. I man nel' in which it was
constructed the fleet is finding
got off to an auspicious '! Passover eve begins on April
that it is serving; our- purpose in
In the spring a young man's when over 300 youngster 13 and continues through April
fancyand an older one s too is shuts, visor and other at ies- ori '- ed the first session Mar 21 I (Continued. .1111 Page i)
likely to turn to thought, of golf. are on sale at the golf grew to such pi open t ions Jewish ser \1.i enii'n dear ing -
This is especially true here at I the shops ships 1:11'1'0': i''e ,i-ounter Although hall was >ailed on home hospitality for the Sadei

Naval Air Station whIch boasts no caddies are provided, a whenM8 lads turned out '>er\'ice, are urged '10 get. in 1.UC'h I New Chevrolet
of one of the most neatly fashioned (Continued tin Page 3)) (Continued on Page ) with Rabbi Kaplan at > .I IHMSHOW t
spacious cOlll'ses' be -

found in this al ea Jo Be RaffledBy

Open to all naval }personnelthew

dependents and then gueMs' ,
the local course a standaici 18 s Relief SocietyThe

hole layout, takes in a total ot
6,544 yaids. The front nine fea. a7 y C {,
{ A peiiod from My I to June
tunes the
special water hazar ot
6, commemorating the NavyMaine -
Casa Linda Lake, while the bark,
Corps battles of the Coral
nine, which is rural
quite m its
Sea and Midway, has been designated -
woodsy setting, is of real ,'ham
the Relief
pionship caliber.Something by Navy Society
for its annual appeal for contri
lacking on most butions.To .
good water and
courses drinking add stimulus to the I local
wash-racks ale available at frequent o >>
r r9k'rx drive a 1919 Chevrolet will be
intervals, and rain shelters
raffled, with the drawing to beheld
are also provided) at the local -
at the Naval Air Station
l linksTwin; -h a
June 10. A contributor receives 4
\ Kaleit! I'or KM:: '
p a + chance to win the car for each
The opinion that golf is a rich t contribution of one dollar.
man's game is refuted here The official opening date for the
Monthly. greens fees for enlisted annual call for contributions t<)
men are only one dollar, and SOc 'tV the Navy Relief Society throughout -
monthly for their dependents, no r the Navy ha been set as May
matter how many. fees for officers 4 and continues until June 6. The
are set at $2.00 and $1.00 Jacksonville Auxiliary of the Society -
for dependents. Players who do z F._ ; will solicit donations front
not own clubs may rent them front! personnel in this territory irv
the golf shop at a rate of 25. .:-ents cluding the Naval Air Station

per day, or draw them free of Cecil Field, and Green Cove
charge fiom the Physical Training Springs, during this period.
department in building 723. Regardless of the amount contributed ,
Clubs: are furnished free to en o s T t Z 2 by whol -hearled suppor t

men or dependents who are of the drive, personnel make it
.listtd group lessons In tttri+ 10 err possible for continued operation of
the local course, n'l'! th' pity the local auxiliary in assisting, ,

er needs is his own golf balls, ---- ---------------------- Navy men and women who are in

Those who take a liking to the i );0.\l',Sl'OltT : ATTI.U"OHear: ,\tim. r l\lu '', Ilurgln Commander, Fleet Air Jack- need of financial as.futamce.

game and wish to purchase their I ..on\llle, display emergency/ ration n\lllo Although it doe not jolicit contributions .
own clubs can secure them at Marino Association, mid Mayor C. Frank Whitelieud nl the opening of (the annual b at-H()ort show held from civilian s<>uro<*4,
the golf shop at 20 per cent less I at the IMivitl County Armory over the week-end ("apt. Alan I, MaMrom, NAS rommanillng officer the Society does gratefully! accept
than the usual list price. Other smiles hU allltro\.1 l of HIM t|.elul Navy Ixtotli In which was exhibited A iliviiig suit and li'lniet, flirt and acknowledge l any donation.

gulf equipment ; ch aj socks, I ((1)uniteuIrSea., ) resells host, in.xl,'!.. of air mid H.-\& craft. and other Navy I"qlt1lttlwlll.| from friends o( the NlJ.vyAllStar

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Pace Two JAX SIR NEWS 7 April 1949 '

Navy Relief Message

(Not: Thin i* the first In a series of arlldo outlining the Hospital' 0 o o n o 0 0

alms and purpose e,1, the Nj Relief Society, which beginn Its

annual appeal| for funds May 4, This aeries, HS well as dealing

with the operations uf the Society, will also male many Navy ChatterIts
personnel more aware of the sen ices tendered bj the Navy MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

Relief Society). MotUsi Me.'kdaj'..-1750 and 2000J( : \\pfk-.ndi't-IUfI, and 2000.
How far does Navy Relief I welcome aboard to Miss TI ItbDAY .

reach Answer As far as our mother is much improved Ovell Thomas, the latest additionto "TilE LAST BANDIT', featuring Bill Elliott and Adrian Booth
communications s\stems A worried letter came to theNavy our Red Cross staff Miss I'KID.AY

When there is illness in a erv- Relief office from a serviceman Thomas, formerly stationed at "THE FAN", stalling Jeanne Crain and George Sanders.
ictmang family and naval hos- where there is no Naval hospital Keesler Field Miss., with the SATURDAY AM SUNDAY

pital facilities are out of reach, His wife would soon be going Army, has had duty with the 'HILLS OF HOME", with Edmund Gwenn and Donald Crisp.
Navy Relief can help, as in the to the hospital and he said Navy before, so we know she will MOMV

case of the serviceman whose wife "\ou know these hospitals regime be glad to be among all the white "I CHEATED THE LAW", featuring Steve Biodie and Tom

was to be hospitalized in a dis- immediate payment, which I cannot hats again. Conway; ,
tant cit;)'. The serviceman made manage on my pay." An as- Red Cross party for patients on 'JTII';MAY AM) WEDNESDAY!

all necessary arrangemE'nts'ith suring letter went to the serviceman Thursday night, April 7 will be "RED CANYON", stalling Ann Blythe and Harold Duff
the Auxiliary and, when the time to relieve his worries, and an "April Fish Party. There will ----- --
came, wired the Auxiliary and a arrangements were made to assist be plenty of fun for everjone

check was mailed Immediately to him with a lonn, The expectedvisit If you enjoy good fishing! this Weekend

the hospital I of the stock could be anticipated party is the thing for you .
In another Instance Navy Re- with at least one problem The pond will be full of all kinds

lief was contacted by the American solved. I of fish and the kind you will catch I
Red Cross, asking for assistance Very often Navy Relief communications will, be a sin prise. I 1IIina 7ff

with necessary hospitalization teach exit to various To those who are unaware of
and treatment of the mother Bureaus, such as the Bureau of its possibilities, the Hospital library from

cf a serviceman, The serviceman Supplies and Accounts when has on hand many of the

was out at sea and his mother re- through the Navy Relief liaison best current novels, and you don't

'\uired immediate attention because inquiry is made Into nonpaymentof have to join the Book of the NARTUVMF144VMF

cf advanced cancer Quickly allowances for families corrections Month club to avail yourself this _

the serviceman, his mother and are made in addresses or privilege either The next .
other information 144s communications Mrs. Pat Mus phy A son also!
the hospital were brought together necessary is fur- time you see Mrs. Ruge the libiarian
as it were, by swift communication nished, A reply is usually received or one of the Red Cross division has been invaded born to Captain and Mrs. J, B. ,..
and 'eat ment ,"as begun by the Auxiliary' within 10 days Gray Ladies with the book cart by college students T/Sgt. Griffin of the Marine Air Detachment -

A recent report from the Ameil- explaining the delay and noting : making the rounds on the ward, Newton, acting chief, is a senior .
van: Red Cross indicates that the coi'rectlons. j jI don't hesitate to ask for your favorite I at the University of Hoiida He Congratulations are in order to(

--- book If you are an up-patient is majoring in communications Howard E. Harlow, \N2 He took;
I drop into thejibiary and se- electronics. Newton will receivehis the big step on April 2 when he
MacDonald B.A. in June and expects to made those everlasting vows to(
lect favorite material. Library -
j4 SLIP pLYSALLIES jour hours are: Monday Tuesday I complete his master's work by I the former Betty Ann Davis of

I (Continued from Page 1) Thursday and Friday, 0800- I June of 1950 It is reported I Jacksonville They have gone to(

Commander Bar leon won his wings 1630'ednesday; 0800-1930; Saturday I that Sgt. Newton wil become aI : South Carolina for their honey-

| in Jamlaiy 1942, with his first 0900-1100 and Sunday, I father around May 29. A sort of moon. ,
duty assignment as pilot being 1530-1930 graduation present for him .

that as executive officer of T/Sgt. Huckleberry is also a j
I ing Squadron 10, While ..... Fight-I O. T. NotesOccupational student at Florida Like Newton, Breezing Around

Fighting 10 he was \' Therapy Shop has he is majoring in communications
SPORTS SHORT The NAS- crash which confined him to a re-opened for operation at last! I electronics and expects to gradu O&R

Supply-ers softball c jntingent is hospital for 12 months. After his I Its worth a trip down to see the ate next Febiuary. He's married I
release the I new paint job from stem to stern 'I ACCESSORIES DIVISION -
to for the from hospital, he re- and the father of one child
beginning shape up turned to Pen*acola. for a brief It's in 40 shape An extra lOde to the Fisherman:
st of the season, which begins rerfesher course special attraction has been added 'at Florida State University, majoring Behold the fishermanHe -

about the middle or last part of -the Gray Ladies will be at OT, in statistics and minoring maketh preparation,
Following his second trip to the I in Journalism and Political Science .
this month. Coach
every day except Wednesday to He ariseth before day
"Annapolis of the Air" the new I Marsh entered Cam-
ker and Business Manager Bill recently
help patients and make the houigmore : arouseth the houeshold.
been NARTU executive officer was assigned pus politics and was elected vice
have several
Coby arranging pleasant He fareth forth and leturnethhome
to the Escort Carrier I of the men's
president government
interesting practice games, one filled with strong drink.
Many different types of I
USS Kwajalem as air officer He association He's a sophomore' and
which will be
of played against
is him.
And the truth not in
are now being offered including
eventually became executive officer expects to graduate in June 1951
Greelish Plumbers
Roy tonight on After listening to all the wishes
and later plastic for making picture frames, I ,
commanding officer Others not interviewed but attending
the station diamond. in-
Anyone and dreams and for
If don't have a favotite I day plans
of the ship One of his recollec- you picture
college aie T'Sgt Taylorand
terested invited to and
is come 01
large fishing trips being plannedaround
tions while aboard the we have a well equipped Pho-
look the situation Both Kwajaleinwas Cpl Hick, both students at
here Ive to terrible
come a -
teams entries. that of jumping from a burn to Lab that will provide you with the University of Florida The
are City League
conclusion. Over
60 cent
ing fighter while off the island of the chance to learn all you wantto story goes that Capt. Frank Richard per
All through the 6-months bowl Guam in the Pacific. learn about photography adjutant of Marine Air detachment of Accessories Division is suffering -
while two of the There are looms and front Chinese pneumonia.That's .
ing season Supply many varietyof
In September 1946, Commander was calling for Lt Big
teams No. 1 and battled to make size when all the iron in jour
( Baileon became Commander of ;yarn any tug Jim Robinson VMF-144 to help
for first place the big decisionwas needed Then too can print : system turns to lead and settle
Carrier Air Group No. 21, When you him land a fish that he hooked
to determine which of the I your own stationery make flies in your seat Net result-spring
the air group .was de-commis- I that was too big to land Early
fever, son, natch!
two teams the better. and leather
was Ending
reports had it that it bass
sioned a year later he was trans- was a ,
Depaitment what
the schedule in a tie, the two ferred to the staff of the Com- but the latest repot claims if it Quandary
will do when Muscles has
teams had to extra week gone.
go an mander, Fleet Air West Coast as had been on four legs it wouldhave
Those luscious hamburgers are
for the best three out of five "'
bellowed "meow!
game; pla>'offs, Team No.1. captained training officer,. t Not New Nuggets Captain Catlin and Lt. Thompson only a fond memory' now, to be
by Henry Behrens, includes conjured up while eating a tasty
Chuck Hawkins Irvin 'Bargains'!' Bargains! Bar- are now bidding against each bowl of warmed over cornstarch

Tale ,*ubiey \\'olson. and, John 804 Club Holds gains! other for the Squadron automo- at lunch. Oh, well it was fun
bile business. Captain Catlin is while it lasted Guess that rash
Richardson. Team No 2, Hurry over to the "Not New
ed by Frank Reiter captain-I Silver Tea PartyA Shop! New Merchandise in! Ladies with Catlin and Sons, while of cold sores has about disappeared -
Lt. Thompson is with Brooks Motors
by now People who ha'en'tbeen
Durwood Potts Dick Register dresses, evening gowns
and Fl eddie Quinna They two I silver tea, sponsored by the baby clothes and dishes. Come able to smile for days are

fought tooth and nail to aall j i 804 Club will be held Easter Sun early while the new supply NARTU has some news of its' grinning cheerfully now. Its nice

deadlock at the end of the fourth day evening, club officials an- lasts We also have good buys own this week: We have our new when you don't have to worry

game nounced at their, meeting last in baby furniture, carriages executive officer, Commander JohnS. about someone getting you tickled

Wednesday evening. and toys. Barleon, Jr., USN. We hope he j Gerry Nettles is going home
Pressure and excitement must Chief Bob Allen introduced the will enjoy his tour of duty at this week-end to attend her sisters -
Not New Shop hours: 1000.
have taken its toll because the new members of the club at Wednesdays 1400 Tuesday and Thursday. NARTU Jax. We will miss Commander wedding Guess it won't be
pie-game favorite Team No. 1, meeting In his address, MacDonald and wish him too long before we hear that Ger.
In building 913 with station
was "bowled ovei' by only five he outlined the purpose of the every possible success aboard the ry is engage-1 to some lucky guy.

pins It is pointed out, however, club which is to provide betterand hobby Commlssiolsales shop handled carrier, USS Philippine Sea Vesta Hrapsky has a brand new
that Register was the consistent on trailer all her v own. All the
more entertainment for the Tuesday only Donations always Two new arrivals around NAR i\
high scorer throughout the sea- comforts of lome and not half
colored personnel here at NAS welcome. TU. First was little Kathleen
son and Quinna had high individual I theVor!:.
Jax. O'Hare Murphy born to Lt. and
game tally-and both were! \ Jlvilruulic Oil Leaky Smine
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mtmbeis of th winning team. ".:'; fever is really here for the Hydraulics :

MtlK'hAsllAs a result \ section. Sign? Simple. A

of his pacing the Paternity I new coat of paint on everything.New .
IM f1p permanents and shorter hair
Ward, John Uillabeiry' was presented .
F i.: for the women Thorn's plaid
with a bouncing baby boy
last Sunday night. No name has [WI shirts Ziegler and Coppola

been decided for junior yet, and ; ,. iii.j talking of rods and that one
reel doe
John is accepting suggestions .
Pins the long termers received : & Well, Yaw-wn.n-n, guess ,
see if I can get rid of my spring
recently are not replaceable at
the present time although Employees i ; s5 ,- fever Any suggestions If not I
Services advises ; may not get up ambition to write
jour re- 4b
potter that tentative plans are t for months II.j' Elizabeth; MaUu
being made to provide a system .

> hereby replacements can be purchased Jax Mir News

If this goes through, you ;::?1i: '
will hear more about it'Ia.. theAir Editorial Officer

News. } South Wing, Loiter Deck I

,' : ,. .t.! BMg. >930
ACO expects to turn back the I :f '
" job sheets April 11, but don'ti 1': #' ; Telephone I xt".Itlon-.818"
Andrew II. i'l.ory, Editor
i looking for them on the 12th '
there less ADS, <'hrt J'a.rbm>f. AA,
a..a is quite a bit of ptotensing" "> I i sUII Sullen
to be done before
they f The JAX AIR Nt\VJ li published
get back to you r- i weeks" at the (U. S. Naval Air Sta-
1 :/ / Uon.acksonvllle.. Florida and prinuid
i Connie,daily with non,appiopi iaUMl
tunas tt no expense to the covet nment
Jax AssignedContinued ". I 4nd in compliance with SecNav Circular
j Letter 45-lai8 dated 12 December 1913.
:opiei are distributed nee of charge
( I'agr 1)
at the Naval Air Station, the Naval
every way except for the lack of Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Aux-
berthing space for largi car liar)' Air' Station, Cecil; Held, and UnJ
nets' 5 S. Naval Hospital, ..

"We consider this an important The JAX AIR NEWS !Is a member of
%y facility that should be correctedat the billps i-ditoilal Association und

as rally a date as practIcable IWNOUH TOIL LONG TOUK-Among: lice six civilian jes who here' honored lastu..-k the Aimed Font I'itk.\lct. K.0piotluUlGn -
material thru
in older to give taiiicr pilots for their long service with the Navy Theodore hritdi, left, of the Administrative i!<'|>arlmnt( mill Philip routers must bear M utult line.Iiom Ktpub

based here a more frequent opportunity i). Myers, ,Supply and 'iM'al| department, receive c'rtifl '.ales and s 'rvl If i- pins. from dipt.. Alvin I, I Ilea lion of other matter except i>f
to operate at ilea from I AUK t r..m, >AS commanding oUuer. Bulb Jrltth and jVljir have 25 years<< fonitniutim s<...'Ie.' ullli out service publication I* puhlbltrd with-
|>emlMtl! <.n uf Editor, JAX AIR
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7 April 1949 JAX, AIR NEWS Page Three

Down The AlleysOverhaulRepair

Keglers Notch I'j

I Second Straight Officers Title

1 Overhaul and Repair kegleis -

copped the officers' circuit bowl- tion
X, Paced by Alan Bower, who
ing crown for the second consecutive -
year when they took two picked off 224 pins in a single

out of three matches from PAS- game, the O&R pinmen capturedthe

RON Six in the final round of first match from FASRON
with a 810-770 pin total. The second -
last week com-
fi competition early ,
7 ; piling a recoid.breaking total of game: however, was taken by

2561 pins against the FASIIONites' the FASRON team with 860 pint

2430 total count. against O&R's total of 821.
last Both teams went into the third
The O&R maple-knockers,
year's all-station champs, will! game confident of victory, but the

meet the winner of the enlisted O&R keglers let fly with a ter-

I men's tournament, which is now rific barrage of strikes to knock

I in its second round of competl- off 930 pins against the FAST -

-- ---- I RONites' 800 and capture the Jau-
I tels!

Baseball Camp Consistent bowling by Chet

Briggs Sr, who picked of 193,
I (Continued; from I'age 1) 192 and 179 pins in the final

second session. round furthered the O&R cause,

I flayed :Simultaneously i while George Gamache of FAS-

I Saturday's all-star games, which RON who usually bowls near the

will be run simultaneously on two 180 marls, picked up six splits in
'diamonds at Mason Field" will!
the final game for a 112 tally.
under about 10 A. M.
get way
"it Chester Briggs Jr. O&R's
I The 13.15 ear-old all-slyrrs! will
__ ___n___ ___ __""" "' '_"__'''''... n'.m _.. _' "n ............_... > of place bowler, finished the final -
in their fray on one
I match with an average of 186
outfield while the
INSECT CONTROL MRASh'1tES-Lt.: : William I). Murray, on active duty at the Naval Air :Station the while Edward Lee, also -of the
16-19- eai-olds battle it out on
devoted his entire time to u tUlly of insirtiiidPH and control measures! at developed In the } winners, avreaged 166 in tie
fields. The 13-15-jear-
natal dKpuisiirj' licre. JlCI U biotin installing dlslnsettion equipment in an ItU). the main three games.
old all-star squads have been des-
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ignated as the Athletics and the' Jim Rlgsby was high average

I Indians while the older group man on the FASRON squad witha

insect ControlIs II l Commercial BuBlea n I ; will bring together the Giants and 176 while Glenn Barnes was

the Braves next in line with a 168 aveiage.INSIDE .

j Bulletins will be accepted only until lace U filled. Call ext. Si SO.KK I The starting lineup for the i .

Championed sAlK 1- includes Charles Dir-
1937 D)'mouth sedan In good running job and recon, motor Mechanically midget A's
,I condition A sacrifice at $195. Davis\ perfect. Flint seasonable offer lakes i by at shoe t8top; Tom Telhcei, cf;
cxt 244 Phone ext, 8217 damaihe I I Don Mauldon, 3b; Sam Giiifis

Y By Entomologist 1949 extiaslll Fwd custom sacilflce club at coupe$1595, Must with 19-46 25..fool butane home stove Uullei, elec Has biakes lefiltfeiator 2b; Dai jell Odum, If; Bob Geiger, PUBLIC WORKS

sell! now. Packer, ext. 492!: In eve Sleeps four. Call barurmo, ext 589 I 1 Ib, Tommy Fritch, if; Pat Williams
': alai day, 588 night and Richard Wright, Lcdr, E. R. Foster has been
', Lt. William Donpjd Murray, ? c; pComptising
Delta Bulldog puppies AKC registered, reasonable Registered Cocker Spaniel puppies I the other unanimously elected as the champion
; USNR of the younger I
MSC manager
Rus.t'l. County phone 3782 black Beauties Reasonable. Phone
coffee drinker of the
1rI Mosquito Abatement District, Apartment size washing machine, very; (.cuss at 24759. i group the Indians!, will be Bobby department -
"'. 1J' ., with headquarters in Visalia, good condition, $15. Phone J. C. 1949 Jeepster In good condition, $1600 i Bryson, cf; Daniel Williams, ss; i Doesn't look like theta are
.. Calif, expressed the opinion whileon Arab at 27480. See Kersey tit 1437A Child St. NAS I Linton Featherston, cf; Dick any runners-up either Alyce
I 1941 llulck. club coupe with new paint Apartment slue washing machine to work
tour of active duty at the Naval "JUnd>'-Hol". Will lake $1:>, See Dougherty, Ib; Gary SImmons, i
Air Station that insect con DiHeilly ut Bldg. 800 Apt Ivo 6, If; James Blow, 3b; Herman Card, morning with a nice sun tan she

trol measures are being developed Glee Club Sings or phone ext bJ-V!. 2b; Joward Newberry, c, and Bob got while fishing over the weekend -
Bedroom living loom and kitchen Mr. J. E. :Murphy is
so rapidly by scientific 1e.I sets, leasonutile. luigasun, JfcKti Wood, p.
I search in government and commercial At Wives' Club Dew ey Park. Chosen as reserves for the mid overhauling a truck for his per-
Leather sofa IK); kitchen table and sonal use. Wonder if he is strik-
laboratories that it is of
lour chaini: Call Jhell at ext I get classic are A's Bobby Crump- ing for a mechanic's job ?
vital importance to pool information Easter Luncheon 82/i: ton, Cljde Canady, Jimmy Ni- I
!l't. frequently as possible. Elect ro-mat portable washing machine, yen, Herman O'Quinn, David Murray Herman Griffis of the Mail File
jfiJLtTjbMurray was devoting his I The Easter luncheon meetingof $2O. Can be st'enlp8lall'l. ut :523'I and Bobby Barnes; Indians Unit is on leave this week. He
Chelsea St Singleton.Two
enUre),time to a study of insecti- I the Officers' Wives Club held oCIIl'er' khaki suits in nice condition I Tom Hartley, Gene Harvey, Max i and his family motored to Geor-

'dde 1 and control measures as developed yesterday at the Officers' Club Will lit men :5'11" tall, weighing Lang Bany Forsjth, John gia Betty Harrington's new
185 pounds. Will bell all for $25 short hair-do is very becoming
in the naval dispensary I was highlighted by a vocal concert Schwarz and Cha.les Kthendge.
hire the Lcdrfjofyt I load. 9b'bU* Sorry to hear of the illnessof
under direction of of specially selected numbers New Kemlnttton foursome electilc razor Selected as first stringers on
M. Hirst. I by the Jacksonville Junior College with twin bluestreuk head $10 the senior Giants' squad are Jack J. C. Howard Leadingman

,; Mosquito control," declared Dr. Glee Club. btioutl, ext. 456. Crews, 2b; George Speed, Ib; Bob Chauffeur of Transportation. We

Murray, "is not only of military I Prior to the concert Dr. Garth 1941 Mercury 0t'l hauled four-door, very!sedan clean, completely Call Fart, c; Charles Wainwright, wish him a speedy recovery .

I importance today, but is equally I H. Akridge, president of the college Hand at ext. 216 Car U yours for cf; Jimmy Parke, Ib; Albeit Have you heard about Tom Andreus -

concerned in the Interest of increased I introduced the Honorable $795 Biantlej, ss; Royal Sorenson, 3b; gopher stew He says it's

dairy pi eduction. Milk is ; Burton Barrs, judge of the Civil 1947 mileage door Phone Plymouth DeSulton It'dunItl at 2-3-123\ low Dough Str other, rf, and Hugh the best eating there is and will

I produced in quantities alarmingly Court of Record of Duval Countyand 19-lfa Hudson 2-door sedan In good Mich p. Reserves for the Giants gladly give out the recipe to any

insufficient to ieet the demands I a member of the college conditIon. Will sell for $)50, call I, include Robert Lanier, Lawton and all interested parties. Tom
Mil, Uurlak at :2-4778, tells us thats' why he is heal
s Df the constanty increasing population I board of trustees, who delivered a For bale-Thiee bedroom house in I Drake, Dwight Micholson, Dick so
.',I. of the nation. Mosquitoes, i short descriptive history of the Lake Shore Kitchen fully equipped; Young, Daniel Bivins and Robert thj.
"- by conceited attacks on cattle, institution.The gas loot furnaces, taiuge.l! Phone Phelps. I 1'1trom- |the lire BOY:-C.W .

: can either kill them outright or I program was arranged; by 2-G3. i Canttell came back from his
I I For bale--1 baby bed plastic co\eied Many AwardsTo !
cause serious damage to the qual- Mrs. R. M. Fottson, who intro. mattress, Innerspring, iood condition oppose the Giants in the sen- trip to Norfolk feeling mighty

( i',' it. or the milk or beef." I duced Dr. Akridge to the club $20. Phone 9-3080 r ior group clash will! be the Braves tired and sleepy When asked

1 ;;.'. During the war Dr. Murray I members At the close of the affair ion lu.Nr who have on their starting roster what the trouble was, he said he
I ..
' s>'pent three years in the South a tea was held in the lounge, Trailer space, $12 per month, free Ray Hale, 2b, Gary Turner, t>s; had been up nights studying figures -
Pacific with malaria I boats and garden space HivmlewTiallei : (Hmmm One
Working j presided over by Mrs Chester A. ) of the
I Lewis Brooks, rf Victor Pullen
11 miles
Park : out on Ht 17 !
dengui (breakbone fever), filaiia. Sr and Mrs. Chester A. most important things in firefighting
/ Briggs, and Black Cietk Verner Ball phone If; Bob Sweat, cf; Gl>'nn McMul-
,, 1 and elephantiasis. He found that I Briggs, Jr., assisted by :Mrs. Melville 4621 at Green COM len, Ib; Charles Najlot, c; Martin is forcible entry, but one
I, i\ the same species of mosquito can LeCompte and Mrs. William Lovely loom In new home breakfast of th men at Fife Station =-0. 1
I I optional Two blocks I1'0n01lel8 each, Jr, 3b; and George/,;
:- three kinds 0: malaria is an expect at "Forcible EXist-
carry L. Thorpe.
Methodist Church. 2609 liuciuol fci, Btooker, p. lo spell the Braves
fi brain fever, relapsing and quar tan The luncheon was presided over tageilon.Twoloom will be Bany Is'ewsome, Dadrel ing" .
,;.:. J1 a1aria. by :Mrs. J. L. Holland, president, bachelor apaitment Phone Ingram, Wilton Ray, Lawrence N. L. Jordan sa, s he is sitting

:'.r., The dispensary at the Naval'I I I while the decorations were super Two Barnett-loom, apartment 44500. with all utilities Johnson, Pick Jones and Ed Over- pretty since his operation. We

..,;\\.;: Air Station has developed more vised byMrs. H. F. Gingrich. furnished. Will accept thildun J10 stteet. understand that R. J. \\'ingateandG.

efficient methods of disinfecting Hostesses for the occasion were t'I't'ek.. Klckllghtei, plume 7-7274: Certificates will, be presented J. Gemming are going in the

aircraft, which often carry pests Mrs. R. O. Minter, Mrs. J. D. Nice clean family furnished>'or Information l'OOI11llIh call private 2-- to all youngsters o" the camp, lumber business It was a gill

from foreign parts into this coun- Shea Mrs. D. D. Greene, Mrs. F. 6525 6r see vV. bhujlinvs: Shop with special certificates going to for E. S. Hicks and wife-congiat-

try, and stionger Insecticides. J, Brush, Mrs. A, L Norton, Mrs. No. J04 O&R. the 60 players chosen for the all- ulations Captain Chief Jioian

The only study in this work of- C. H Turner, Mrs. A. B. R Smith, Thll'e.lJedl'uum\ ,Two furnished miles from house NAS.In1'esconnett. star classics. Miniature bats, rule I found out the hard way that a

feted by the Navy to reserve of- :Mrs. J.V.. Weaver, Mrs Davis \\ouldpiefei' couple $70 per month. : books and pictures of Babe Ruth : barking dog does bite Is it

ceis is carried on here. Henderson Mrs. C. L. Bluin, Mrs. Owens, 52:16 L>'nn\1 ood SI I will! also be awarded to all camp I true that Chief Owens won't

I Dave Thompson, Mrs. Max Stults Furnished bath, Slit th pit month apartment Convenient with toJ I participants. Gloves, donated by II drink any coffee unless F, E.
Mrs. C. B. Connally, Mrs. R. K NAS. R. L;, SI'glll.\es. 2-lKtK) nights merchants of Jacksonville, will! 'Green makes it'e cant
The Best Allen, Mrs. J. S. Marshall, arid Two btdiooms mat tdtev\ood; Iheutieshopping I also be given to several of the understand what has happened to

.., Mrs. Charles Becker. district. l'hQnQ't'mll.n., luckier lads. To top off the IH.} T. (Happy I Harp. \Ve actually
(Continued from rage 1)) ... at 81912.Fuinlahed:
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cottage with elec'tilcallyequipped entations, each lad will!'esented -
"caddy cait" can be had for equipped with a fireplace
a hospitable
M Cibulski
I kitchen $:>5 per month with a free ticket to the ceitalnly looks like
tJTiall-fee of 25 cents. and lounge, and a ship's Call M. R. Mahafltn ut Orange lark Jacksonville-Macon! Sally League ready money sitting up there behind : -
; The is from 0900 service counter where 2013.
-. course opei. golf equip-
6 at the Jax Ball Park his new <1937)) Packard < We '
Time-loom apartment. No children game May
; I .' until sundown daily, except ThursI ment is sold plus beverages sand
I Call Zink at 2-1631. j During the past four weeks, the just couldnt believe it)I.I I.
1 11 = '. days when it closes at 1450, for wiches, and other light refreshments Large\ ; loom for one or two gentlemen I hundteds of at the baseball .
general cleanup and week-ends which can be purchased at I Convenient to NAS See Unvis youths
.' when it secures at 1600. any time after 1300. I at 7716 Algonquin Ate, Uitrka camp have been briefed in
Downtown! housekeeping morns and the fundamentals of the in
game Cathy Thorpe
j \ Free J.t'lhO i i The Naval Air Station's golf apaitnicnts L\t thing uinlshed I
a that included the
"RK"" If personnel fear a tour ot the course has not always been the I $i.5O pl'rl'E'k.. Links Alls, 734: .W. program appearance -

,' ; 'com i>e due to their inability to A-l course it is today. Back in Adams Phone 82527. of outstanding major Club Golf Honors
Fur nIi1K'd bedroom and esentall\'t's
gas: equippedkitchen. league rt'pl and player -
, play the game, that can be rem- 1941 when Jack Harvey first
: : at 210ett
; Apply :.NinthSt
John 'Hans' I
ir, 4' edied hen too. .ons for groups looked it over, it consisted of no : couples onlyIIHl. j onetime Cathy Thorpe annexed high
major league infielder, and honors in the blind five hoe: tour-
. v t of enlisted personnel are gi en more than r few loosely put to- '
.J., Johnny' Hudson, former Jack. I nament staged by the Of nets'
without cost by Jack Harvey, sta- gether greens and a miniature \\'unlt'd-lUde Horn Five Points, I
tion pio. Appointments may be fairway which was sometimes w It king hours U8.JO:; lo 163u lull sonville Tar skipper, both \\ives Golf Club last Friday on
MIl btdud at ext :it.*. presently with the New YOlk the local course
made by telephoning extension I used as an landing
emergency I Dilving i to San Diego April' nth. Will\ Giants, started the parade with Finishing in the spotin
593. Private lessons for field iuniier-up
Navy per- for incoming planes. Since take mice 01 lout paraengers. Call
sonnel are J200 each, or SIX for then much has been accomplished >eilaiu at 8-2M etenings. their appearance March 19. Then the Class A division of the

1000.) If taken in groups of four, until today the course tands \ anted-Killer' near Five faints <,n carne Russell "Lena"* Blackburn, "April Fools Day" blind five-
NAS bus line via Ruust'ItIUI'd.. coach for the Philadelphia Ath- hole meet was 'boots' Dlhson.
they are 50 cents each, or for out as one of the outstanding; recreation Dependable ride In new carp Hours
only two lessons, $1.00 each. spots to be found any- l'74j' to lb.10: Call 7-54114 or 74J13. letics and two Sally League ball Terry Smith was awarded an additional -

The local layout also boasts of vvheie.Ee. \\nnlid--Hlrttis vicinity ol Car- players, Joe Stringfellow and Al prize for the Lowest butts,

S. one of the finest d iving ranges J I din City" Um lurnei Jiioad.II'k.- Rossetti, catcher and third base followed by Rose tuu Ca-
Inp horns 0743 lo 16MO:\ Cool Betty
to be found in this part of the C'origan Ht (')01. 8149, or 6-1'iM sve.nint man leepcctuely for Savannah. thy Thorpe.
country, It is over 275 ;yards long ilu ... n? <., Climaxing the guest visitors' pa- Ann Russo led the pack to win

and can accommodate:; persons. Kind to Annuals Day" back- Baby klltw uvullaljle Carole DinlKonixt I rade were Jimmy Dykes, Philadelphia the blind five hole match in the

M; There ale also two practice flied when visitors jammed Tokyo \\ nlt.tI-T". 83-15, 1015 or: Bat thitf M elders from Athletic roach, and Lou Class B division, with Louis Gin

r/\"%' .'.' greens .' 's zoo and .id the animal, A Stullmide KstaU Haws thou) lo Brissie. and Elmer Valo, pitcherand grich as iunner-up. Arlene Jones

;t Every golf course must have 'I. giraffe; collapsed and died VeterInarians 1345 ire R 1>. Ciisltr, at ()&R outfielder of the Philadelphia and Louis Gingrich deadlocked for
I Shop No 32J6: I' A', who contributed their time top spot in fewest putts, with
Ita 19th hole-the club hour e. The said it was from ovetcatin round .LuIl1 hjnrrUt mint ring
Colt] Shop at the NA& course is ,;. ( At PS). end Imly, s pin; Cull ext. W7 and assistance last week. I Ern '','tine 1!<,".lntl close behind.


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Stolion Nine To Closh Boston Red Sox Major Leaguers

Coming To Jax

With Florido U. Frosll t Friday Afternoon :I Treat C mp

I Baseball fans in this:: vicinity'I II Lads.

PliiMtisvlio has I are in for a glimpse of majo'I"lea
lupo played havoc on the local

spoils seem, delayed the two game series with the Parris Red ue Sox material pull into as town the Boston Friday I A's Coach Jimmy Dykes ,

Island Marines originally scheduled for :Monday: and Tuesday for an exhibition encounter' ,

making; Aafor a double-header which was played with the Jacksonville! Tars of
here yesterday after110on. the Sally League at the Jax Brissie Elmer Valo Here

Unable to find a strong offensive -I Ball Park. The fray gets under .
; combination in his irew's four mondeets take on the University way at 2:30:
the scheduled
Although rainy weather put the damper on
Bosox pilot Joe McCarthy Is
encounters Coach Ueoijfe Boer- of Florida frosh at Mason Field,
nei is expected to do some shift 1430 Saturday, Fort Jackson expected to start either Walt outside drills of the Jax-Navy Boys' Baseball Training ,

ing around when the local dia- comes into camp for a two-game Diopo or Bill Goodman at first Camp, about 300 youngsters attending the fourth session
series with the station club :Monday base; Bobby Doeir at second:
'-- here at NAS were treated to a full piogiam of baseball
and Tuesday, both gamesto Vern Stephens at short; Johnny -
fundamentals at an indoor session which featured Jimmy
third Ted Williams
start at 1600 Pesky at ; -
WAVES Cagers in left' Dom DiMaggio Dykes, coach of the Philadelphia Athletics and Lou Biissie
A call\ for more candidates recently -
brought out several prospects in centerfleld; and either Stan and Elmer Valo, two of the young stars of the Athletics.
Spence or Tom in scrimmages - ----
9Brien Slated to actual -
Third : but due to the weather con-
Take SpotIn ditions the pilot has been unable light; with Birdie Tebbets behind in an effort to demonstratetheir "After a reprimand front my
I look them the plate. The mound actual playing ability for school teacher, I quit smoking on
over. choice has not been announced the first time, the lads at the Jan, 1, 1919 and used my will
State Tourney I, The station ho:sehidets Clashed The Tars, under their new school here will have to wait un- power to stay away from cigar-
into the win column last week Jack will have ettes almost throughout my play
I skipper Aragon, til Saturday's all-star frays to
Displaying the form which enabled with a convlncJng, 10-2 triumphover Ted 'Owens at first base; Bill show what they have learned at ing- days. I did take to cigars in
the Georgia State Teachers Nichols 2b Brown 1931, but I was just about finished
them to pile up 20 wins in ; Bobby ss; the local camp, sponsored jointlyby
after taking two pastings from Ray Ramblin, 3b: Jim Thomas, the Naval Air Station and the I then," pointed out Dkyes ir
:\.5 stalls during the regular 1949 the Univiersily of North CarolinaTar Morris Cook and Bill Lutes in City of Jacksonville. emphasizing conditioning

cage campaign, the NAS WAVES Heels 21-8 and 8-3. The local the putfleld with Ed Sokol behind 1 Hide Enthralled I The Philadelphia coach, intro-

subdued a highly-touted Orlando nine piled up an early 4-0 lead the plate Tom Horton has The huge duced by Rear Adm. Calvin T.
third ; in Its second fray with the Georgians been picked to face the heavy : Durgin, Commander Fleet Air
extelle. 28-23, to grab but the visitors erased the throng of lads
I array of Boston sluggers. I Jacksonville, returns to Connie
place in the Florida State Women lead to 86Hospital. at the fourth
A 3
series with
game Jersey session were not I Mack after 16 years absence In
'g basketball tournament at I City is next for the Tars. The in the least dis- 'baseball for 32 years' Dykes was
Miami Beach, Saturday night Little Giants play the Tars at appointed though signed by Mack in 1916. Later he

Tampa's TWA combo coppedthe Golfers Jax Ball Park Saturday night, N they were chased '' went to the Chicago White Sox as

crown with three straight Sunday afternoon and Monday indoors by the playing-manager, remaining with
night. rain. Each lad I the White Sox for 12 years be.
wins Trounce Fasron came out of thetnformath'e I'I fore moving over to the West
Dropping their first two tourney dis- Coast HI manager of the Holly-

frays, 18-15 and 2521: to Local Tennis Squad I I)1'KES cussion with a wood Stats This year he returnsto

Adae and Hooper from Miami, For Base CrownFinding finer understanding of the fundamentals his first love, the Athletics, A4
Friday, the local belles, paced by Suffers 5th. Setback; of the game, injected one of Connie Mack's coaches.l'II'Yl'r. .

the deadly shooting of forward. with humorous interpretations, as : Tall
Ruth LaVer, who hit the bucket ins, the Hospital the course linksmen to National Meets Town CrewMiami I delivered by Jimmy Dykes, Lou In his short. talk here, the affable .
for 9 tallies, took an early lead in Biissie and Elmer Valo. Dykes, recalled several inI .
Satuidays clash and held it to League winners, captured Univeisitv powerful I II cidents
of his in baseball -
I|i tin station intra-mural golf crown Quite an orator and a showman experiences
the finish handed the I
tennis squad Jax.Navy He likes
to tell the
I Ireprt'iJentati'es
by drubbing the American League I I off the Held as well as on,
Along with the third place honors '. netmen their fifth straight defeat : ,the time he had fanned four
Pete Peterson and Skip Mo- : ., FASRON Six, of the season at Coral Gables, Fla, I third-baseman' I
18 hole at the declared in his addressto
7'a-O in an playoff
last Friday, downing the locals
set, a pair of outstanding hoop- I
the "If like to
local layout. boys you play
filers on the station sextette this by a one-sided 9-0 count,
Climaxing a five round tournament i the game of baseball, you can
past season, were unanimous selections I NAS racketeers have now dropped -
the Medics put on the pres- make it easy, but if you don't en-
for berths on the state sure in the final playoff to grab successive matches to Duke joy the game, get out of it be-
first all star team Forward, Fran NAS Pensacola, Georgia
University, ."
the coveted links honors. I cause then it becomes woikStressing .
Free and guard Ellen ,Duncan I Hospital members Dave Henderson Tech, and the University of' conditioning, the for- .:'1'AI.O

missing first team nominations by and Doc Holland teamed to Florida during the latter part I mer Chicago White Sox and Hoi '
a slim margin, were top choiceson of Match, and are still seeking I .
annex three and one-half points lywood Stars manageremphasiz- "" ,,'
UK second .squad.CPO from Clem Connelly and Bill\ their first victory. | ed the need for keeping legs in : ,.
I Barnes of FAbRON. Robert Luckyand In the singles at Coral Gables shape lie also dwelled on the evilsof \ JWISSIK: f 1

William Tippett added three Tony Vincent, outstanding :Miami bad habits especialy l smoking, !j straight times in one game with ,
Pinmen and one-half more points to the couitman, opened the aftI'I noon's the As As he stepped to the plate; '
i Hospital cause by taking the hostilities by walking off with a for the fifth time, Connie Mark "= "
measure of Robert Justice and victory over loca. star! ', George]I NAS Linksmen called him back and told him he
Out I In FrontIn George Gamache Chalmers, 6-0 and 6-1 didn't want him to bat any more
To complete the scoring for Hos- Johnson, Miami, defeated Owen Play FSU Squad that day: "Do you know why I
pital, John Rentz and Felix Bal- Williams of NAS, 6.0 and 6-3; Bob won't let you bat the fifth time ?"
I EM LoopChief lijiger combined to eke out one- Cranford of Jax dropped a match : After a two-week rest Jax- asked Mack "I guess because I
half point from John Lloyd and to Meek Robinette of the victors, Navy's golf aggregation returns can't hit that pitcher," replied
William Powell of FASRON 6-0, 6-1; Bill Leak of Miami hum- to action against the Florida State { D 'kes. 'No," answered:: Mack,
Petty Officer pmnien took Both combines gained their bled Al Schemer of the locals, University linksmmen Saturday on "the record for consecutive strikeouts -
over the lead in the enlisted men's berths in the finals by finishingon 6.1 and 6-0; University netman the local course. in this league is five, and I
bowling circuit last week by pick- top in their respective divisions Pete Chatdelame romped over John Victorious in only one match in don't want you to tie it."

ing up four pOints from NARTU Hospital annexed the Na- Crocker of Navy 6-2 and 6-1, and five 110 fat, the local divot-diggeisl Elmer Valo and Lou IBiissie,
to then slate to 21 1
bung points tional loop honors with 35 pointsfoloued Roland :McCutiy: defeated Jax- will be at full strength against the < outfielder and hurler respectively ,
won against seven losses. by Overhaul & Repair :-a\8' Jay Biauer 6-0 and 6-1. Semmoles Heady for action are for the A's also delivered short

VF 81 maple-knockets captured I with 23 markets }'ASROwon I April- Tony Gi ego, Bill McWilliams, Erwin addresses and quickly answered
Second" place by downing the Ma- the right to represent the American 16 NAS Pensacola-heie." Scott and Dave Hendeison, all the numerous questions thrownat
rifles 3-1 with a 100 pin argin. League by finishing on top : 23-21 Eglin Field Air Base-here. who comprise the first squad and them during the discussion.
The" VF-81 team, now boasting a with a total of 47'si points, with' Mayo alternates Amll Furry, Don Card, Valo, one of the few foreign born
slate of 19 points won and 5 lost, VF-82 garnering 391=, points for University of Floiida-theie. Jack Piva, Bill Barnes, and \U1 players in the major leagues, was
amassed a total of 2U1 pins, second spot. j' 7 & 8 Eglin Field Air Base-there. liam Thiel" out. most of last season after
while the Marines, now in third .. .
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crashing the wall at Shiba Park
with a 17-7 record, managed to -- r' ... ,
I t but declares that he's ready togo
pick off 2331. [ ... ..J .of Born in Czechoslovakia, the
Carl Lynch bowled a M5 seriesin -: H 28-year-old Valo came to this
the tilt for the winners while country at the age of six:. In giving
Clarence Bauer of the Marines --- the lads a few pointers in outfield .
came up with a top score of 519 play Valos first. advice was
for the evening.In fctay. away from those walls,"

the other two matches stag- Biissie. formerly with Savannah
ed on the enlisted allev over of the Sally, League and well .'
the past week, O\'elhaul & Repair g ; k ri s q.a known to local fans, accentuated
deefated OperatIOns 40. and confidence as one of the chief essentials -
VF-81 triumphed over Dispensary of good pitching Still
3.1. Andy Mirabito of Dispensarywho limping on his war-shattered game .
holds the series record of 608 leg, Biissie is a living example of .
and the single game retold of $ what he was trying to point out.
2b$ for the second round of ,om 9 A movie "Play Ball Son"* climaxed
pettnon, pounded out a neat 507 c the indoor session for the
series in the Dispensary,81 4 youngsters who will return here
tilt for the final session Saturday
I I which features two all-star games.
Handball Aspirants '

I Lacrosse Hiayers

Planning SeasonNaval I Being Sought HereA

Air Station handball en
thusiasts who have been anticipatIng { meeting for experienced and

,, their entry in the all-station inexperienced lacrosse playershas
been called for 1600
singles and doubles handball tour Tuesdayin
building 726, coach
by M H.
ney must register before the win
dow comes down at 1630 today '
o: s The ancient Indian spoil which
Ten contestants have entered so
took its initial hold here at NAS-
far, with play slated to get under
Jax several is
years ago
way early next week
cropping up on the local spoils
zv At last Tuesday. meeting, '
Openings Revealed Coach Gitchel discussed .
: :: the game .
I x with candidates. Although nj official -
At Kindergarten I ''' r ,* Jif .:
Several openings exist In the INDOOR IJISKBUX CAMP: : ('ONI1.AH-(liancd indoors by rain, (tire<. vUititrt Irom the )'hll"- been nude yet, plans for competition

Naval Air Station Nursery km <]<>lpliit AtliMIr, roster treated sonic 500 youngr dergarten class, which is held ('amit to a program of Informally"I..n on the fund inirnUU, of tmwlmll at time 'atmll'| fourth meeting Among the list, Of prominent -
from 0900.1200 Monday through Mansion Left tot rJ;ht-KlmT V'ah, ", outfielder Midi the Athletic; ,\,1.... Calvin 1'. Diirgln, colleges seeking matches
Friday Call Mrs Bedard for fur- C'ommaiKlfr: H wt Air JtukwnvlllF; Jimmy l>yke A'.. IIHMI| ; ('aI t. Alvin .. MtMriMii. N.IS (.omiuan with flic-Navy team, are Duke,

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xml record header identifier 2008-10-20setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Jax air news.dc:subject Air bases -- Newspapers. -- FloridaNewspapers. -- Jacksonville (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Duval County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher s.n.dc:date April 7, 1949dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)579555 (ALEPH)sn 95047201 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Duval -- JacksonvilleUnited States of America -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida