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.,. VOL.. 7-No. 13 30 June 1949

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

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;&;, "\ ." I Two DestroyersSet

rr "Independence Day"July

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i To Visit Jax

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,".., :{, ,' !' 'w. Navy Sending Both Ships

.. $",# ..... Into Port For HolidaysTwo

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:; I of the Navy's newest and most modern warship: ,
.: .:';,'.'", ., I destroyers USS Turner and USS Cecil, ships of the Destroyer

,- Division 182, are scheduled to dock Sunday at Jacksonville

I for a two-day visit, it was announced yesterday,

4N Equipped with the most mod- ---

:; g1 ern apparatus, the two destroyerswill
arrive early Sunday and HAS Skeetmen
dock at the Williamson Tie Com- ,
pany pier near the downtownarea.
: The ships will depart July : Cop Team CrownIn
", 5, allowing crew members to en-
" j joy the holiday week-end, libertyin
'J Jacksonville. ,I National MeetJaxNavy's

Remainder of the task force toI
},, ; which the USS Turner and USS -
straight shootingbirdbusters
Cecil attached will
are split
\ } i up
scaled to new and
/t i for the week-end to permit simi-
greater heights as they capture
lar leaves at other towns for
4 ,
the service team division championship
crew members. in the East Coast Skeet
Used as "picket-boats" in the championships held the past weekend
fleet, the destroyers coming here at Stratford, Conn.
.I'4t'r J' e 95r this week-end will citizensof
jFf give
The locals finished ahead of
this area a glimpse at the latest .
Camp Lejeune and Fort Brag,
developments aboard Navy ves
.,. sels. take service honors.
... Displaying the form that enabled -
I them to win in the Florid

a.2a r :"iSj& S/i; -r !""'" Comdr. State Shoot in Tampa a month
.. ,. .na'M _______ I ago, the local gunners hit 712 .
.-- clays out of 750, in spite of high
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Leaves Base Soon winds on the second day.
New Com Fair/ax :
Base To Observe In addition to winning the servo
I For New Duties ice team crown the Jax-Navy

Adm. Cassady Arriving 'Next Week Fourth Of July I squad out-shot all competitors in
Lcdr James McCoy, assistant its class Co win the Class A five-
Commemorating the nation's operations officer at the Naval man team crown. The first tints
To Head Fleet Air Jacksonville I 173rd anniversary of the Declara- Air Station, who has made two ; a service team has won that hon.
tion of Independence, Naval Air':, trips with Admiral Richard E. ,
,I Station will observe Independence Byrd to the Antarctic will leave or.Ed Vainer of local Squadron
Hear Adm. John II. Cassady, former assistant Deputy I| Day, Monday, July 4, with a his post here next week for Washington I I VF-171 took second place in the
: full day's respite from work. D. C. where he will join service individual match with 115
Chief of Naval Operations (Air) is expected to arrive at NAS
I Observed as a legal holiday, Task Force 66. lout of a possible 150 birds close!
Wednesday July 6, to take over command of Fleet Air Jack- I' only the necessary guard, administrative A veteran of 28 years Naval I behind first place man Henry

sonville.. '1, and maintenance duties service, 23 of which are flying Stokers from Camp Lejeune, who,
Admiral Cassady named to succeed will be performed on that day. years, Commander McCoy has registered a 147 score Wayne
Rear Adm. Calvin T. Dur- I -x- completed three tours of duty Eddmgton attached to VA-131
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Scouts Follow gm who is now Deputy Chief of here. He entered the Navy in 1921 j(, tied for third but lost the shoot-
Naval Operations (Air), will for- :, Seek SwimmersA as an ordinary seaman and received off and had to be consol with
mally assume command of Fleet call is being sent out for all j his wings five years later fourth place.Individual.
Big Program Air Jax at an official ceremony swimmers wishing to tryout for at Pensacola.The I I scores for the loci:
.: planned upon his arrival ( the NAS swimming team which I departing officer made his team were: Varner, 145; Kdilm ng-
Relieves Capt. Ward will participate in the Sixth '' first expedition into the Antarctic' ton, 143; Hartley, 142; Arthur,
During Camp Newly arrived Chief of Staff val District meet here July Na'I''I' with Admiral Byrd in 1939-41 and 141; and GallItano 141
Capt. Frank T. Ward, who has Qualified swimmers are askedto was called back in 1946 by the If the team continues its present
relieved Capt. Charles L. Lee has report to Chief Art Schaferat Navy Department to help prepare i I pace in skeet competition, it
,. Picking up where th'elr piedecesaors i been acting Commander, Fleet the Indoor Pool not later than I for the second Byrd expedition stands a fine chance to grab hon-
left off, a second group of I Air Jacksonville. Captain Lee is ;i 1500 Thursday (today). I I I known as "Operation Hi hjump." (Continued on Pace 2))
Senior Scouts, 125 strong, began leaving to take over command of .
.; their one-week session Monday at the USS Cabot. ''.:' "W'- "'!I

the Naval Air Station. Convening Admiral Cassady recently gain Nvn
.. here for their third annual ren- ed nation-wide recognition as 3
dezvous, the regional scouts will 'commander of Operation Blizzard ;C"a' 5 5
... their prog i am Saturday. a Navy test of equipment
.To follow a similar program as i under cold weather conditions in
e tint group, the present group the Arctic regions of the North ??
of scouts have a full agenda aheadof Atlantic. He served here at the a a wo
them. The lads hailing from Naval Air Station from May 1942
Georgia, Florida, North and South until March 1943 as Chief of tl' z Zirxr '
} :
1 Carolina are receiving regular Staff and Aide to the Chief, Air
Navy training while camping ., Operational Training.
here. During the war Admiral Cassa-
Highlight of the program out- dy commanded the USS Saratoga
, .. lined for the visitors is a cruise :
.. which operated with a task force
. : aboard an LCI and a destroyer escort -, in a series of successful raids on :4 ,
t" USS. McClelland. During enemy bass throughout the f ss .,jam
... their encampment here at NAS
South and Central Pacific
',... :.;;: the regional scouts receive orientation --xPatriotic -
on flight operations, tour

carrier air group squadrons, visit Program
; NARTU, observe link trainer and At All-Saints Chapel
round training, and witness vari-
A special patriotic program, incluling -
In addI- I I
ous units in operation. appropriate hymns and I
tion, a full recreation slate, In- Sun-
messages will be presented I II
Continued Paget)
.- day at All-Saints' Chapel at 1045.
School Boy Patrol 1 I A solo "God Grant Peace For- I a (

To Hold Camp Hero i if ever", will be sung by Raymond E. : I
i' I Wilson, HM3and the Chapel Choir
.Jacksonville School Boy Patrol will render Kipling's "Reces
will open a two-week encampment I I: sional". The congregational hymns
d here aboard the station will b.., "God Bless Our Native
/I' beginning July 10. I I Land", and "O, Beautiful For Spacious -
Divided into two groups the Skies", An appropriate a l-
-- first Of which will be aboard from Ires' will dwell on the theme f"t.r r.i' 1
July 10-16 and the second July 17- "Freedom Is Everybody's! Busi NEW: PEST CONTROL UNIT-Lcdr. John T Hirst (center right! ) recently appointed by the
25, the Patrol members will under- ness". I Navy as commanding officer of the Navy's first Malaria and Mosquito Control Unit, at NAS, U,
go a program similar to the one Members of the fa mi tied and presented with his new office sign by Capt. J. L. Holland, commanding officer of the Dispensary.Behind .
being undertaken by the regional friends: of the Chapel con the two naval doctors are members of the staff of the new unit. Left to right, they area
senior scouts now holding their (ton are especially Invite t rega'i Sara Altee, Rochard: T. Palmore. SA; Edward t. Madden IIM1; Richard K, Ryan, IIMl; W J,
rendezvous tend Sunday' program. Groom, HA; Raymond E. Wilson, HM3 and John E. Wackrew, AN.awe '



Two JAX AIR NEWS 30 June 1949

Notion Observes Birth I

01 H Independence July 4..

Americans everywhere will observe one of the most important

dates in the nation's history, July 4, Just four days away.

It was eight score and 13 years ago that the Continental Congress -

met in a red brick building in what is now downtown Philadelphia I

l a. In order to seek a more solid union of all 13 colonies.
met and -- .
Fifty-six delegates I -
unanimously :voted and passed on uniting the colonies. Thomas Jefferson -'

a resolution that was to be' the I John Adams Benjamin I II 1) ; Lti

beginning: of these United States. I Franklin, Roger Sherman, and ir )
I r
On July 4, 1776, the Declaration Robert, R. Livingston led the group + i

c>f Independence adopted by the In creating the legislation. |
The Declaration stated the griev- .
Continental Congress, had official..UW
ances of the American people. It

( rightfully accused the British and

JL !!? : the king of England of persecutionand
: tyranny. The peoples of the

colonies had had enough of persecution
-- ... under the British rule--

they wanted (reed pm.

The vote was taken and the resolution W
>a v ka
was unanimously adopted.

Outside, the people of the new

United Colonies of America acclaimed

the bill with cheers. The

ringing of the church bells was

surmounted with the deep, sonorous
pealing of the Liberty Bell. .
still whole and uncracked at this

i Throughout the land there was ._.
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joy and celebration. A new found FLIGHT TRAINER GRADUATES-Having completed 16 weeks training at the Operation Flight '

. : personal pride and confidence ofa Trainer School of the Naval' Air Technical Training Unit here, these eleven men, shown with the ,

united people was born. The school staff, comprise the second 1949 graduating class Front row, left to right are Maxwell Edwards ,k

people of the colonies even at the TD3; Lt. A. J. Beaudoin, officer in charge; Charles Blanc, Western Electric representative, :

l ly severed the bonds of governmentheld outset of their cries for independence and Anthony Sfhiavone, TDC. Back-row, left to right, Sylvia Herbert, TDAN; Robert Wavlrln. TD3; t'

on the 13 colonies by the British knew with their hearts that Donald Webb. ADZ; Harold Childress, ADZ; Francis Lauder, TD3; Maurice Weldon TD2; Edward \

government. it would not be PASY. I II Rusczyk, TDAN; Joseph Ferguson, TD3; George Verde, QM2; Oden Ray, TD3; Roland Chad-
I Legal -
Holiday i
malka, TD3.
Outline GrievancesA. I
Throughout the long bitter
yearsof -- -- -
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committee of five had been
the war which followed, people ,
named_. to draw up a resolutionThe remembered July 4 and observed it I BREEZES"Now
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as a birthday of their country I II Classified BulletinBulletins 4

whenever they could. The Revolu- boys," said the teacher, .',
I .tionary. War was finally over and I I will be accented) only until space Is filled. Call ext. 8230. "teH me the signs of the zodiac. .I: ;;

the United States was an actuality SAI.K: You first, Thomas." I,
For sale, Remington portable noise fenced yard. 2 doors from Ortega
---a new nation had been born. less typewriter. $50. Ask for Farrls.Ext. Blvd. Suitable to Navy couple. Call I "Taurus the Bull. ;"'.
Since then the ,Fourth of July has 563. .I Mrs. Laird 29852. "Right. Now you Harold, another ,ai

r held a' most sacred spot in the One box type luggage tialler In excellent 2-bedroom bungalow" spare heater. Venetian one" 'V
hearts of all freedom-loving Am condition. $4:). C, W. Gieene, blinds! and electric hot water' Crab." .
I "Cancer the :'
heater Atnllable July 1, Mis. J. T.
ericans. 1948 Nash 600" 4-<1oor sedan. Con- '
AL-. 4000 B Dewey Patk. Ext. 525. Brown.' 2246 Arapahoe St., Ortega I "Right again and now It's your ,, :
Independence thus became a tact H. W. LeBlew at Ext. 534 or I Call 2-00e.! turn, Albert." I ','
legal holiday. Fireworks becamethe 343 $1500. Complete with radio air 2-ioom apartment. Gas stove. CallSpencer I The boy looked puzzled, hesitated "
Air Station dance orchestra will" symbol of the "grand and glor- conditioner. Klckllghter, XM5 Park a moment, and then blurted ': vI
furnish the music for the first weekly I
dance to be held at the new Salvation ious fourth". Parades Ceremonies '40 Pontiac mechanically good. RAH phone 77274. I out, "Mickey, the Mouse.. .,
Army St>rIc.Mt>n's Club over long-winded speeches, gala I fog lights. S5W.! J. Reynolds, 314 Room. or room and mewls) for 1 or 2
Belfort St Phone 7-4016. I Call Boman Ext. 286 4563 r.fa r-
Beach bun nation In Jacksonville persons. ,
the events-are
all a part of the ju- I } : "That new couple next door ; .
St. Ave
Slated' for next week Friday night, bilation Uniform blues, white" green and guberdlne. I ( 3
of the
July 8th. the dance will, begin at Fourth of July, In- khaki. 37, 38 chest 32 waist, 1 Furnished looms. Kitchen pi'Iv!It>gp.. I seem to be very devoted. He kisses
2000. until 23JO. Dancing partners will dependence Day. I 31 seam. Ctrl' bicycle cheap. Mrs. | Mrs. Taylor. Phone 2-5673. her every time they meet Why '
be on hand for the nation who flip\ I This Monday, July 4, will be no I I Carr. 4834 Tlmaquana Rd. Phone Available July 8. house In Rhejslde.:! don't you do that ?"
the light fantastic while" those who exception as the nation gratefully I 8-1W4.! 2 bedroom, furnished Close to I Pa: "I don't know her well f r.Page .
Two houses, less than 3 old. ,
wish themselves one
may enjoy at other years Roosevelt Blvd. Mrs D. D Smith.
observes the
frames which, ate now a\allable at the 173rd anniversary I 7 acre All for $55000. 9 miles 1696 Charon Rd. Phone 2-7672 enough. I'I
Center, of the signing of the Declarationof south of Green COle Springs. P. B. I --_ \;

Although the Club Is now closing 1 at Independence I Pike Box, 87-A Route 1. Green Cove Furnished busses M.apartment... Turt'h. near 1318 stores Laiee and St. "A telegram from Harry dear."

IMG because of furnishing work being I' Easy Springs linger type washer Good con Phone 2-7J96) "'\'ell, did he pass the examine y ,..
lone, suiting Saturday' of this week' r
573 Furnished 2 private tlon. this ?" ,
the Center will be between dition. $60. E. G. Skldmoie apartment looms hme tt,
open 10110 I Beaverbiook, Jax. bath end private entrt+nce. :29J9! AI- 1 ,
and "No but he'a almost at the top
2300 with service and
checking Model 1 "B" Ford In good condition gon'uln Ave., Ortega James W. Den- f.
coupe I '
showers available. | i SU of the list of those who failed: ,oK
mechanically perfect. Needs a nard phone 26643. Also 3-1 oom t ,
A large program Is being planned for U : ,
and'' battery. Contact R Owen Public apartment for tent
fir Kouith of July celebration
those visiting the club before that time I Woiks Machine Shop. 1, 2 or 3 rooms. Young couple pre tttltttttti j'j'lN
run consult the bulletin board for furI)I SALLIES A.K.C. registered scottie pups. Both erred In private home, George C r
flier particulars. ; males and females. Phone Spears at I King, 4624 Park St. Phone 2-1679
Suitable suggestions for ImptoOemint : N 2-ioom modern furnished apartment .
For sale 1941 Dt>Solo. excellent condli mALJ
In the club will" be considered and all for working' couple. Continuous hot ,
tlon. Fluid drive and over drive Call
servicemen are Invited to drop In on i I H. Grelf, 8-970J. I watergood bus service. E. Shepherd -
their next liberty and see what gives 2326 Park St, Phone 7-8132
28'. $5 Chief Elfrlng.
Boy's bicycle
In the line of fun and relaxation.. : 4-room unfurnished house $50a .
I Employees Services has been 1133 Cumberland Rd. Phone 841146? I Large CNA
For sale Baby carriage and stroller month. Mrs Allan Smith 4815 II ,TEJf
dickering for some time with the combination I l 1411 B. Chai-les. ChiefJ. I I Tlmuquana Rd., phone 8-2013. ((1])
Skeetmen Association regarding the feasibil1 H. Sml'h. Boat Facility R. Aputtment unfurnished 3 looms, tile L ;.! .
1 ity of obtaining service replacements New Easy Spln-diler washing< machine 1 bath, electric water heater Venetian -L. J J "'I, .
pin $175 cash Tompklns Phone Ext. blinds $65: a month 2636: Post. .
(Continued from Pare 1)) for employees who I 8304. 1214 R Hancock St.. NAS. Call Mis. Opel Lamm. 7-60-H.: I ,
ors in the Southeastern Regional have lost the pins previously presented Shotgun gauge. Savage automatic, Apartment kitchen and bedroom furnished The Recreation Hall will be com- *;
Shoot to be held here at Jacksonville to them The idea has finally I like new.2-Mr. K. W. Thomas. 517Ailleboro. Share Jiving loom bath I verted into a broadcasting studio ) d '
\ I Call 8-9404 after 17.10, and. screen front porch. Mrs.. Josie Ion June 30th when we will pieeent I,
on J6-17 July and the National been approved and it is
1940 Chevrolet 2-door coach. New motor Austin, 618 Roberts St. Phone 2-3342 the
Matches which will be held hoped that the pins will be avail- radio, heater. Excellent condi before OWO! and after 11)00. program t h
at Dallas, Texas, the first weekin able in about a month or six tion. $59!!. Call Mr. Zlm. Ext. 404. Nice room with two me.I.. For gentleman I There will be a slight difference w
Ice box, 75-pound capacity. Kitchen In private home. Very reasonable {fin our program and the one you
August. weeks. It is understood, of course, !sink side-arm gas hot water tank In Ortega near NAS. Airs hear over the national network (
that the employee will have to L. L. Anner. phone 22153. Stlpp Al'a pahol'. phone 2-3420.: in when r e
that award .s
we a prizeit
H Ki.r: 'I
for his 41 Harley Duvlson motorcjcle. New
pay own replacement
ScoutsContinued pin motor new parIs Suddlebngs. $175. Wanted Cookes radio slide loof G. L won't be a house a trip to
and, as well as, be eligible to purchase John Negil. U. S. Naval Hospital. McMasters. ATI Hangar 117 VU- Bermuda, or a diamond ring, but 1 ;
it. Full details will be announced Call 8111. 0800 to 1400 and Ext. 655 unlte. 661. it will be a nice priZe purchasedfrom
( from Page 1)eluding ) by Industrial Relationsin after 1600. Sedan to N. Y, or Boston. Can carry
4. Call Wlnneif, 8-2553: at 918 Ingle- our own Ship's Service The P
For sale figs organically
\ and sugar w
swimming use of the the Air News
and via local In. "' no chemicals. Amy Shaver, side Ave. II fun begins at 1930.
Hobby Shop has been made avail fo bulletins. Rt. 't.B 178. So. Jax Call ft-3719. Riders wanted, leaving for N. Y July An outstanding event on the Red r,
able.: Junior salute: To Class Accountability Mahogany china cabinet. Electric table I 1. Thomas Whltehurst. Building 168, Cross calendar will be the Ice ;"
Ext. 2'25.Juvenile.
top range 2 painted chests of drawers -
"Varioii Outlet of Stock Control
I small vanity and bench. Mr. Cream party Monday night July
The all-day cruise taken by whose small unit with a big job I Mhlte. 4742 Sunderland Rd., Lake I DelinquencyAired 4 at 1930 in the Recreation Hall
has a ( of who like shore Call 85610. We'll
last week's group was more than group employees make the ice cream 0'.
their jobs, their fellow-workers in Side arm water heater with tank and Ic.1t i In Program 8el'eswe have two I
just a "boat ride". The scoutsweie new $15. Davis 1 8-51.16. ,
put through regular training :' that unit, and especially their supervisor :: flilka carriage I Must see I "Crossroads", a program dealing cream freezers with the handles!

aboard the U.S.S. McClelland, assigned L.B.. Scott. Scottie, we I to appreclate..59. Boman. 3310 B.. :I' with the problems juvenile Just waiting to be turned by 'ou. "-

such duties as messenger, might add is one of the well-liked For Glbbs sale I Ave.Boston Ext. 286., registered. 5 delinquency will be presentedover husky patients. If anyone has .

handling the lines, standing watch employees in any department. Suf- months old, $60.puppy Mrs. Allan Smith, radio station WPDQ ((600) I any good recipes for home-mad?
end performing brief duties at the mer vacations: With so many 4845 Tlmuquana Rd Phone 82013. by the Little Theatre of Jackson Ice cream we will be glad tit try

\II het'J. folks taking leave radio programsout Unfurnished RENT 1-bedroom ville, every Thursday beginning them out.Patients. t
For rent apt.
till next season Sallies decided tonight at 1915. and Red Cross staff<
In new building 3545 Post. $60 a
The regional scout rendezvous, to follow suit and sign off I month. Call Bioadus 81064. j With Little Theatre members in wish to extend a big thanks to 'fix
tie: third annual to be held here, Bedroom with kitchen for I the Embassey Club of Jax for
for the summer also. So, unlessa privileges the cast, the program will air actual
came about as a result of a trial volunteer arises from unexpected 'ouple or single. $40. Mis. Roberts, cases that have been heardin ( the excellent show presented In .
event at Pensacola when 26 scouts :29' Heischel. Phone 46731. the +
sources Sallies says so long Large, cool, 2-bed loom apartment. Big Duval County courts. I Recreation Hall Monday June
und two leaders met and has till September Happy vacation 120. We are grateful to the manager -
grown to an annual event with a and all entertainers from the

limit of 500 boys drawn from the I I Embassey Club who gave their
Sixth Scout Region. The idea wasoriginated Mmiui time and talent.Occupational 11
by Lt. John E. Mont n SrrtJir 0 0 0 00 I Tht'rftJI-.The art *'

gomery, who is serving a two of bookbinding is being revived at

weeks' active duty tour at NAS the O. T. Department with the -
no commodore of the rendezvous At the! Cbap.'s. able assistance of Russell SearIng - sad
Lieutenant Montgomery has devoted Pr.teata.t BIr..I' MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM RM2 who was a bookbinder )(

29 years to scouting in a 09.30-Sunday School. Movies: Weekdays-1730 and 2000; week-ends-1430 and 2000 prior to his entrance In the Navy. .
volunteer capacity and has expressed 1045-Ceneral Worship) Service, Magazines are .being bound into !.
of seeing the lain Francis L. Albert. THURSDAY volumes and worn-out books are .
hopes program I
C tk ll "GAY AMIGO with Duncan Renaldo and Pamela Carroll.
initiated on a national level, 0900-Mass Ch'P'1 being repaired for the Hospi r
with all scout regions participating. I 1100 I -Mass FRIDAY I library. Pfc. Jerry Wright In tl
0700-Cecil Field "TAKE ONE FALSE STEP", featuring William Powell and Shelley first patient to begin instructions
I Chaplain B. D, Mahtdy will official ,
Winters. in bookbinding for a career In civilian
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at both masses1. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY +I ij:1
life. All interested patients
Conceit is a form of I-train. a !
I An outdoor Nursery for mall children "OUTPOST IN MOROCCO", starring George Raft and Marjorie are invited to participate. .

Old Maid's Prayer: "Now I lay U maintained between 0000 and Windsor. I Ceramic classes are moving :

1200. MONDAY i right along. We expect to get Into '
m' down to 't'f'p-darn' IU"!
"KAZAN" with Lola Maxwell and Shalimar Dawn.
NAVAL HOSPITAL CIIAPKL I, modeling statues this coming .- "
A man with cold feet seldom' (Ward A-l TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY week. Come down and dip your
hot Pr.tertaatIhr0' "YOU'RE MY EVERYTHING", starring Dan Dciley and Anne hands In the clay bucket with the
gets into John
: water. JJolllngsworth.Divine Worship Chaplain Baxter I rest of us.



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30 June 1949 JAX AIR NEWS Page Threw'

A New HomeII'


i Tin 1 More WAVES Arrive

io Add To Local Group

':' '. WAVES five of them --- --- ,------ -- -
11i\ Ten recent -
'' graduates of Great Lakes Na- !joined the WAVESbecause of the

val Training Center and five transfers "glamour"] of the branch plus the

from Naval Air station Nor- chance to be patriotic. Now a dis-

folk;; Va., have reported aboard patcher in operations, Donna Line-

NAS, Jax within the past two I berry, AA, former office workerin

weeks to bring the total local complement a print shop, gives pool and
] to thirty-five. I horseback riding as a sport and -
\ _
Upon reporting at the Adminis- hobby and says she joined the

tration building, the recent arrivals WAVES for the education offeredby d y .

were taken to the Personnel I the Navy. '

Office to be given their assign- Reading, letter writing, movies i' zc ; !
and dancing are CharlotteIIgen's
ments. They are: Phyllis C. Gon- square *
nella, Boston. Mass.; Helen H. i ] former waitress, hobbies.

,; Lyle, Bowling Green, Ky.; Char- Assigned in Personnel in the

lotte J. Filanowicz, Conshohocken, I charge and reinlistment dlS-j .fi,;. r3

_:" Pa.; Ella Jean Cook, Dothan, Ala.; the Yeoman striker reports
ing and soccer are her .
I Donna J, Lineberry, Flint, Mich.; '
'", Charlotte M. Ilgen, Saratoga Her reason for joining were" to"travel

Springs, N. Y.; Grace G. Slaven and learn a trade.

r .. Kane, Friendsville, Pa.; Priscilla Well TrainetiArrlvlnR'
at the Air Base June
D. Liesener, Milwaukee Wisc.
; ,23 from Norfolk Grace Kane SA,
Betty J. Naylor, Aurora, Ill.; Eileen Communications
who is now attached to -
M Prior, Mesa, Arizona. I
NAS Jax is the first port of a as a telephone operator,
'in civilian life was a key punch
three-year cruise for the first five
|operator at International Business
arrivals, all airmen, and second
Machines New York A
:: port for the latter group, all seamen .
I swimming enthusiast, Mrs. Kane
4 t- apprentices. The boots have
I enlisted because she "loved the
been assigned to various departments "
Navy. i F'Ip
K..J'....."., on the base in the hopes of i
I|I "I was tired of having a gay,
striking a rate.
j ,I., particular i carefree time," pointed out Betty

Strikingfor Aerographer's Mate, J. Naylor, SA, who just completed !
Gonnella AA has been
1' Phyllis '
16 weeks of Radio School at Norfolk -
4 'l assigned to Aerology] Helen M A graduate of Company 2,1,'
Lyle] AA, is now attached to the '
class of 48, Miss Naylor] further"asserted
Supply Department in the capacity -'
that she wants to continue
** *. of a storekeeper in the stock
having a life. A cost clerk
'," control branch. gay r
H before entering the service she '
; Seek Career
'participates in swimming, bowling, s-
As a Yeoman striker, Ella Jean
hockey and art.
: Cook, AA has started
dulle-sl Also :
arriving Saturday,
in the Discharge section of t
24 from radio school at Norfolk, '
' Konnel, while Charlotte Filanowicz, i Eileen M Prior SA, once a bank i
AA has. assumed her I' j >
position asa clerk, wanted to travel so she' 11 '
MAA at the WAVES
Barracks, '
Building 722. joined and the reading She hobbies claims'music and ) ..J -
A. of J I" j I' .I
variety reasons were offered baseball and bowling as sports. ; L .
in explanations] for the boots' at <-m8 r ';
A Assigned as write-up woman
i entrance in service Employed asa ] NEWe.S'a'' HOOTS-Five \VAVfcS, recent arrivals from Great Lakes Naval Training Center: andone
i Communications, Priscilla Liesener >
telephone operator prior to her' former' civilian stenographer, who student at Naval Air Technical Training Unit school of Electronics here are snapped on the ladder I

enlistment, Phyllis Gonnella want. likes to swim, dance and bowl, en- after one of their first days aboard. Left to right, front row, are Charlotte Filanowici, AA;
': fd to "travel and Helen AA. Back left to right NATTU student TD1 Jean Cook AA
see somethin'. listed in the WAVES to travel Lyle, row, MareE'Iff, ; ; Phyllia -

When asked what her hobbies I All of the recent arrivals aboard Gonnella, AA; and Diana Lineberry, AA ,
I were she -- -- ------ ---
replied that she liked had at least 10 weeks study of I
dancing, sports, and "almost everything jobs and Training, Ships and Air ,-- --- -
nothing in particular." ,craft, Naval Personnel, Naval [ atNuggets WeeAinctWinqThf
{ Ever since I was a kid in high History, Naval Organization, Naval l'
school wanted to Join the service. Law. Physical Education and I I FREE RECIPE FOR A COOL .

I wanted a career, a future I drill on Constitution Field] at Great SUMMER Own one of the I Notes
thought I would like it," Helen] Lakes.Children's. I electric cooking gadgets': we /

Lyle declared. A bookkeeper before --- -- have to offer at penny prices.
entering the service, she IsI I Nursery I Prices slashed on from

interested in basketball and bicy ( tric hot plates, these-elec-I
Reveals New Hours | 'ers and several I

swimriling Beginning July] 5 the Children's beaters. I "NAYtTUVF52L

Cook joined for "the experience of Nursery operated by.the Navy i I On sale Thursday at the I

being in the Navy." "I would like Wives' Club will remain open on : NOT-NEW SHOP in the Bobby I II

to make a career' of It," she' re- Tuesday's until midnight.The Shop Building from 1000 I VA52-1, CVLG-52. --- --.

ported. Nursery opens at 0700 Mon- | until 1400. i i The fiscal] year is coming to a haying made up most of their required

'r i Working as a stenographer InI.r day through Saturday and closesat I P.S.-Our Reduction Sale on I close and the entire Air Group is The Air flight Group time Is happy to welcome -
the advertising department of Lee midnight with the exception of general merchandise is still go-
I f annual Pilots back former '
busy on reports. our skipper
: '.... Tires, Conshohocken, Pa., Charlotte Saturday when it remains open ing on. Come in and make your
Fischer. He will be the
Lcdr. Ed
f:1 Filanowicz, who is "crazy until 0100 Sunday. Sunday hours \ selections. lie having good flying weather' ,
new operations officer, replacing
I": "
about dancing and swimming" are 12 noon until 2230 --- ----
; Lcdr. William S. Dunn .e

1I; I, Chasing Little Round Ball Proves Grind To Alphonse I I us trust from not that now lure Fischer on him and away that will again.Californiawill be with

II Lcdr: Lloyd] G. Barnaid has
returned from two wetk's
tlCONt'ltf) cIts KsaF c is II I just a
} No ININ(, YL ON I.F /I'D PATRi1fFi0 Y' ...... course at the anti-submarine war
: RAIL .ISHIN, !. \ I fare school at Norfolk, Va. .

.' (Robert E. Halat, ALAA, VF52Land
r ,,. Tit vvM \f4K\\ ai b'l Harvey H. Bush, Sr., VA-52-L!
+ PFy" have been for the Reserve
Lucky are the people who ride accepted
) ..- Q I "with A W Meates' and Kathleen Officer's Candidate School, Newport -

Johnson because they both are R L They will attend a six

{: I I sporting new- cars. Mr. Meates week course this summer and take

has a brand new Buick and Kathy the advanced course next summer.
I Upon graduation from college they
= has a new Chevrolet so you probably
won't hear an complaints will be eligible] to receive their
$ r .. ; Ensign commission in the Naval
"' i from them for quite some time ,
-" .., I Reserve The Air is
Group quite
I Helen' Johnson's only] remark for
Preparing to secure from work -- --'-'- --- --- Monday was "didn't do a thing: pleased to report that two of the

for the evening, your reporter- is divot. I really surprised him whenI 200 yardsstraight up. | all] week-end, darn it." Edith three candidates selected- came
about to don his cap as the editor said I had played the game be- ,: Patience', Son! Wewer' is helping Mr Boyer out from among our shipmates.

motions to me as he pulls a round fore, but didn't tell him that we To make a long story short we 'at the Power Plant until Jeanette We can report now that the
1'> white object from his pocket and called it hockey back home and traversed- the course in seven- hours Reilly- returns from her vaca Air Group is almost certain to get

"Ix fays "Alphonse, you see this little played it on ice. and when we finished the eighteenth tion. some carrier duty during the annual -
pill, approximately one and two- hole I was way ahead because .,i cruise' in September Plans
Congratulations] to Lt. thirds inches in diameter?" | After a protracted conversation- I had a score' of 184 and all now call for three days aboard a
Miles' on his recent promotion
That's what started it all, this his majesty pursuaded me to ac- the boss had was a measley 84. I I from the' ranks of Ensign. Lt. large carrier- out of Oceana Beach,

a t whole shebang of traipsing over- company him to the golf course, Would have finished sooner, but I Miles Is Assistant Maintenance probably the FDR. All of the-
turf in chase of that little round that evening Course isn't the dubbed six balls Into the lake on Utilities Superintendent in Public pilots and some of the ground crew

? pill word, it was rough. When askedIf number 2 and had to fish for 40 Works Vacation time for Tony will participate

I grabbed my opera glasses I had ever held a club in my minutes before I caught the six Waites, who visited in South Carolina Quite a number of flight officersconnected
walked his I told him about the fish that swallowed them. It's with VF-52-L
over to desk, focused hand before I a and Geff Mims, who spent are students -
the lens and triumphantly replied- time I had a club flush in a poker cruel sport this sport of golf. Bet about a week in Williston, Florida attending various schools]
"No." "Don't be silly," he answered I game once. He handed over what recreation \ can find ]lading !In : throughout Florida. The usual

back, "it's staring you appeared to be an oversized tooth- I the sack. It can be recommended- R. T. Mosely spent a coupleof routine at school is tedious and

right In the face" So bravely] I pick with a head on it. He showedme I for a cure to nervousness, hypertension days recently painting his house, often boreing. It is a pleasant diversion ,

I, Alphonse of the Air News, opened how to use the inter-locking hyper-acidity and bulging] but he doesn't call that a vacation to leave all the lawbooks*...

.:..., my eyes and saw a round pockmarked "''grip., I did It so convincingly] that waistlines . This' Is not an Time Officer Is welcoming slide rules] for the day and head
t,1J1 object. But when I tried they had to use a crowbar and advertising commercial but W\\ Douglas McKee as a new timekeeper for the NARTU hangar This Is

r to pick it up, I realized that I two Yale keys to get, my hands out of 100 golfers hit the ball In '1 especially true after exams,-the

I was looking at his nose apart I swung my arms in 8'perfect two swings. I I Lcdr. Foster, ComNab6 is now natural tendency- Is to get away

It's Golf I I arc just like .he said, but !' Someone was spying on1(1 for on leave J. E. Murphy recently from it all.Among .
. Anyway he explained that it wasa 1 went a little too far. After the the first few holes -hi* name I returned from military duty in the recent graduates are

golf ball and there was a game j boss picked up his teeth' and retrieved I believe was! Frank Buck After j Washington, D. C, full of comments Lt. (jg) Bob L. Rhodes and Lt. '

,',called golf Then his excellency his toupee, we traipsedonto spending so much timeIn the on busy' Washington, and (jg) William Pumphrey We wish
., ''briefed a little on the fundament- I the number one tee. He woods, he probably thought I was plagued] with a summer cold. them success in their new positions -

als of the game, which was a I said, "Alphonse, tee ''up!" I saidI a, friend of his Maybe he was ) New From Fire Box.Chffoid Pumphrey has recently ]left

,m waste of time because my gill 1 ,I didn't tee anything up there and I hunting for the birdie everyone is Edwards of station No. 1 was the squadron,
likes football players. At least he threw an iron at HIe. I put It trying to shoot. We chased that |overheard recently having a discussion -j ------.-------

he seemed to be very interested I In my pocket, my pants needed ball over hill and over dale, in and with his wife as to who 'I Sic: I saw you the other day

In the Interest I showed toward I pressing anyway Well, I dubbed I II out of the rough, and you know I was boss In his house. The dis- ashore winking at the girls

his Interest In tny Interest toward I the first one about feix feet down something "that little round thing j cussion went something like this: | Sc2: I wasn't winking. That's.

'hat is called the Interesting game ;the fairway. He said to take] a can get the best of ya. Ya get "Things are going ,to be done my windy corner and something got

T of golf, sometimes referred to as beer- ball,--that's the ball that i to mad at it, that you like to mur-//way around here or my name isn't in my eye. .

J'vct-dijging: although I dug for I made Milwaukee- famous The der itIf It could, it would Clifford Edwards." To which his Sic': Yeah! She 'got Into your

two days once and) never lound( a next one was a beautiful drive, at ya." better half replied, "Ok Sam" car too.


Four JAX AIR NEWS. 30 June 1949

Grego Again Captures

..et1 Station Links Crown 0-

Tony Giego: remained the Naval Air Station's top links-

man b> successfully defending Ins station championship,

downing II D. Tannehill, ,1-?. in the final match of the championship -

flight of the all-station tournament. -

--- -- -- -- -
Grego battled his way to victoryover i -
three outstanding contenders Going through the semi final
round with a default from Bolt
__ earlier in the tournament defeat
ing Hugh Bush two-and-one in the I Saksa W. R Horner will meet O.
J first round of play downing Chet B Putter in the Fifth Flight finals i-

c Briggs, Jr., two-up In the second Porter took his third round
y _. round. and winning over William match from P, R. Rucker, threeup.No .
x Stewart, 5-i in the semifinalslast \ matches were played in the
week Sixth Flight last week, but C A ,
ash Tannehill in the meantime also Stanhope drew a default and will
set down three top-notch wielders meet either R H. Starr or W. I U
before meeting Grego drubbing I Thorpe In the last round of play
W. H. Harris co-medalist in the I
tournament. in 4-3 match
a upset i
in the initial round; defeating Am- I' NAS Softballers

II \Fury, runner-up last year with i
IliLS 'a 6-5 tally in the second round of
play; and sinking Bill\ McWilliams Add 3 Victories .

one-up on the 19th hole in the

semi-finals Day in the last other week.five flights Is For 11-4 RecordCombining

slated to be concluded this week
with the final rounds now being outstanding hurlingand

RING ACTION Navy battlers again plaved well-balanced hitting power
Flight llattlcM On the local Jax-Navy softballers added -

hogged the spotlight at the benefit amateur I In the Second Flight finals, B. three more to the win column
A. Cunningham will meet Bob last week by victimizing MiCrn
ring card held recently at the Duval Arm- Theil! for the flight bunting Cun- nis Service Station. Seaboard

ningham downed R. Hardy one-up Shop and NAS Green Cove last
ory in Jax In photo No. 1, Hover Cameron in the third round last week, while week on the local diamond

of Green Cove Jabs Cecil Johnson in i Theil took a default from. Don Tonight: the NAS softballeis will
Card in the thud round. meet the City Engineers who they

their middleweight go in which Cameronwas Finalists in the Third Flight will beat earlier this season, on the
I be R. H. Dudly who defeated HIs power plant diamond at 2000 To.
definitely a victim of a had decision, Sheppard 2-1 in the semi-finaJs' morrow evening the locals will

which was loudly booed by fans Julio ant A. B. Connor who gained his duel with a Ford Motor nine heie.
chance In the finals by topping RG Moundsman Ed B u c hel'l I c h
Zayat, photo No 2, clever heavy out of Justus, 4-2 last week |I hurled three-hit ball Monday evening .

the Green. Cove stables, makes Gil Harris I The )Fourth Flight will have to pace the locals in :a 5-2
John Boytiss tangling with BillChalmers. victory over a Green Cove nine!.
of St. Pete wince with a jolting body .
Bovtiss won over C H whiffing 14 to register his fourth
punch. Harris failed to come out for the Turner 5-4. last week, while Chal) victory in as many starts this season .
mers took a semi-final match from While Bucherich was' _
third round. In picture No 3 Willie Orange P. F Wagner 4-2. the Green Covets with pux.zling hH

of St. Pete ducks under a hard right cork-screw wind-up the local
sluggers tabbed visiting hurler
tossed by Joe :Marlin ex-NAS lightweight Local Pistol SquadTo Mac MtCollough for seven safe

:Martin took a decision over the Indian Be Organized ties Hot corner man Red Tib.
i' bets and NAS second-sacker Hap
Efforts are now underway hereto Stewart each garnered two hits
organise a NAS pistol squad >.f<'cm I with an eye on the Sixth Naval With Paul Fianke hulling one-
I District matches to be held August hit ball for his second shut-out
I 1-5 at Pan'is Island S. C. victory of the season and center-

Navy Fighters Pilfer Spotlight Naco ClownsAt An organization meeting of all fielder Dvm Savlno smashing out
I interested pistolmen will be held two homers' the Jax-Navy nine!
Thursday June :10 at HOO: Physical humiliated
at a Seaboard Shop rime i ,
Jax Amateur Boxing Program Drub Tigers Training office building 726. 20.0. last Friday evening
All equipment will be lurnished. Although the visitors reached

--- --- third base three separate innuit-,
Although onlv one of the three St Pete Oil; Harris In the other Six hit hulling by Naco Clown Horton Duo Captures they were unable to score iced
JAX :Navy entries in the Ja'kson two local Nav'v tiffs. I.lover;) Cameron moundsmun, Jerry Daniels was Tibbets, lending the NAS nine In
Mile amateur ring show staged at Green ('ov.' middleweight too much for the local Tiger baseball Two-Ball Foursome stolen buses. pllft led home plit*
the Dux al (ountv Armory last dropped an unpopular verdict to team as the Clowns tame out Sam and Kit k Hoi ton posted a fur the second time this season
Friday; *.ght "nll' god vlct'orlous. 1/ackawannHs Cecil Johnson and on the victorious end of a \\-t-J: encounter neat 4to: take low loss honorsin The locals scoied twice in the first
the 1 local I leither -pushers. besides Young l'Idi"Iartin.: NAS featherweight on Mason Field last Sat the Officers Wives Golf Club inning eleven times in the thud, ,
adding the only spark to a dull I lost a one-round. TKO to mday afternoon mixed two-ball f out Home tourney three in the fourth and tour in
I :i-bount card, put on a better St. Petes Bill Si holes. I The vIsitors tagged NAS chucker played last week-end the sixlh
sh.>w than the results show I 7a> as, Jax 1919 Golden Gloves'' Brownie Long for 19 safeties Tom a!!toi,: Elaine; Hillis and Bill A ground single into right by
Julio/ Zavs careen; cove heavy champ, outclassed Harris in their I'] over the nine inning route including and Kay Hi'ot Una us were deadlocked IJt'cond-sac1\1'r! Gerald Gobie with
under the lax Nabanner, supplied tussle: After dogglngtht' St. Pete a pair of home runs. I for low net \MnnerH received I the sacks> loaded t in the seventh
the 1 lout tmimph i with his battler throughout the first heat While Daniels fanned 13 Tiger prizes at the" buffet dinner I tiame accounted ten' two runs as
..sounding, tW'I-lounl1 TKO overTop Zayas ripped loose with left and batten. his battery mate Willie held at the Skeet Club following the locals came' front behind m the
light to the body and head of his Carswell was gaining the admir- the meet final canto tit defeat a McGinnif

BoxersTo opponent and sent his adversary ation of spectators by gatheringin Effective July 5 the dub has nine>. H: .M. Thursday evening.
Navy tumbling to the canvas with a the pitches while sitting on a lunged its playing div from Friday -
sharp right to the head. Harris bucket placed in back of the to Tuesday with play begin
held on but tailed to answer the plate. I I ning at OS:JO,
Feature Card bell for the third round Four Top Golfers
------- -------- -
ramerim-JobnsiMi Division IV.M'
decided underdog In his tiff Win Team BerthsIn
Scheduled 13 Baseballers Continue
July with Johnson middleweight Golden UpliftTo

Cameron outclassed and outboxedthe
Such top flight ringmen! as Eddie free swinger r from Lackawanna Gain 3-Game Win Streak
Martin and Pat Patterson! out .lax.\avvs lepresejitation in Cite
and made him miss repeatedlyin
of the NAS Jax stable and Dick their scheduled thiee-roun, FI..h-J.u Navy's revived nine hung up its most important Sixth Naval District golf elimma
Riley and lover: Cameron, Green but failed to get the vote of the victory of the season by defeating: the powerful! Fort Bragg Assassins lion tournament to b>' held il Pn.
Cove Springs ring artists are judges whose! decision was S.0, at Fort Bragg, N C. ris Island S. C.. July 5-7 was ,le-
slated to highlight the action In drowned out bv boos from the tided in tournament play lastweekend .
Killing the nest of a three- winning streak the Jax Navy
all-amateur game; with H. D,
an ring performanceat crowd which had the rafters : Tony Giego' .
diamondc'crs' forced to, twin bill with the Pauls I Island
the Jacksonvillerena, July were split a Tannehill, Bill Bernard >and U
nth Marines, copping the opener, 8-4. and then dropping the nightcap 5-J: Stephen posting lowest scores twin .>
at Parris Island S. C.. Sunday
Thestarstudded card. sponsoredby laiksonville The fight was not tt'allbel thll.
In two last the local -- -
games -
the Naval Air Station Physical even close According to most horsehiders rode over Orlando n.Hissl and Ace Woolbnght pace Two other top-notch wiel.leisinil .
Training Department for the Cameron took every round but 's Air Force. :5-1\ at Orlando the Jaxmen with 2 for 3. \ Furry and Bill Stewart will
benefit of the Const Guard Memorial apparently the judges: were lookingthe Ft'iday. after they had subdued the ll building fund, will probably other way I I Chatham \Field Fliers bVI.. I'M .< Hit* serving as alternates
bung together the greatest Featherweight Martin paced count on :Mason Field Wednesday Brilliant hurling by Bob Becker Tony Grego was top man in this
stray of non-professional talent Golden Gloves champ Bill Siholes and timely lulling hv /his mates iiialifMnpr\ tournament. hinging
ever amassed under one toof throughout! the first! round witha Coach George }Jsoern suppliedmost gave Jax :Navy its second triumph out a 7J-hole score of J94 Getting -
nifty left jab and kept Scholes of the punch with the local over the Chatham Field nine list off to a slow start with i 77
As an added headliner. to whatprol1lill..g ott balance for most of the round teams recent uprisings After his 'A'E'dnesdiv.'hll Becker handcuffed on the first nine holes, he cMma
to be boiling over with but during an infighting meleelIuft'.rt ranks had been riddled by the loss ., the Georgians with :3 hits. back with 70 73 and 74 on tin
action the popular ex-Navy lightweight several standouts Boerner together
d a cut over the eye. His Buonasissi and Boerner' were leading next time trips mound the coilsto -*
Joe Martin will come to with Joe Buonasisst, newlyacquired
seconds refuse to let him answer .
the NAS 1hit attack which cinch the number one H|>'iLlannehill
I |' I fused two visiting clunkers to with 82 8t. 74. ant S2:
Johnny Craven in ball boost the Jaxmens diamond -
a Joe :Martin e".N.\S ringman,
the showers early in the fray The for a 324 total tally, fuushel i m
{ three-rounder which will be their I The new
and crowd pleasing lightweight performances hard-hilling duo collected a double second |place l while .13..nard. wt'
first meeting since Craven arrested aided to his lustre with a sharp backstop has collected five blowsin I ) and a :>race of singles eachBee next with 3i, 80, *2. anl i "Si) fir
Martin crown in the H49! three round decision over Chief seven trips for a .714 clip for .,
:!ker came through on his own a J2' count Stephens was fourth,
Golden Gloves tourney In Jack- Willie Orange, Mc )ill Kiel gladiator :',hn first two games Whip BOPI- I behalf notching!. two saletiesNest with 7!*, 79 S2. arid !)2 furi i n-
) sonville early this I tier playing only minor rolls In the
year I i Orange was! no push over
I! Point N. Y. (AFI'S-) tal score of 311:
Con Quillion one of VASs lop for the peppy Martin, crashing to team line-up until recently lifted
150* athletic directors i- Of the two rtlterniles Kunylowest
More than
his stick walk to ,435. i Army
ranking lightweights is expelledto for counts in the I I
the nine
I canvas I held week.long conference was with 82. 1i:1.j: >, amt
(-'uhana4, l"ans 13 a .
return to the limelight alterseveral second from a jolting right to the "
PortsiJer Gus Gushanas kept theOrlando recently at West Point to SI to register a 3i2 final .11013
months absence from the head, but came on to last out the
batters in check by scattering discuss methods of improving the I IrIllY ,I while Stewart was close bohlnlwith
local squared-circle. He will probably lemaming thud round I II 'I I ] r
M, 83 80 and '-5 scores for
5 blows while fogging his .\ recrmtronal sports
Cameron anolht'I'dio.t
( three-round meet go. in |Coghlan I BernardIn his fast second one past victory 13 of hitters the campaign to notch 1 grantCoaches and trainers pro'l I ,i Two totil other of 331.outstanding; wieldois 1t
Unable to together in ldsllo"'rldaY'8
get ,[' NARTU Finals Orlando, scored its lone tally in the Army commands throughout Bill Koiresel and Bill MtVVilImm
titf at the Duval County I, 5th of .singles. world convened at the United were unable to participate in tlt4.' t. '
on a :
Armory. Jax Navy's heavy, John i I Frank Coghlan and Lloyd BerI ..
McKay will lace Buddy Wester, I I nard won their semi.finals matches Jx Navy scored 2 markets In I Stales Military Academy forspecialied I I Field)
1913 Golden Glove champ I Wes I for the right to meet in the the second, 1 in the fifth and :tin instruction in football )
1 out GUI I basketball, boxing, wrestling, and menl while McWilhims wits pet
sixth t round
ter fights under the Jacksonville finals: of .the NARTU golf tour the <> I I .
Police banner nay now in progress I hllon*<' triumph. At the plate Bu>- I athletic dmmiStration, forming other r

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