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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
August 17, 1950


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Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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To Buy $250,000 In Monthly Rations In Jacksonville


and the provisioning of 20 to 30 Prominent on the list is coffee, 1 Buying of meats and poultryhas There is slight chance, how ,j,
Purchasing: by the Navy of vessels at the Naval Station, 300 pounds of it to be exact, or already commenced, Captain I ever, that the doubled purchasing
fresh produce, milk and eggs, I Green Cove Springs, was responsible 200 cups per man. There will I Gingrich revealed. This is donein here will effect current prices !
in the Jacksonville market for the increased buying. also be a supply of dried navy Atlanta ,by the Quartermaster I
The supply officer added that beans, traditionally a part of Market office. It is expected the I Captain Gingrich asserted. I
will be increased by the end the increased workload at Sup- navy diet.OTHER. I 148,000 cubit feet of cold storagenow "Although it amounts to double r
of this month to around ply Department, which is responsible ... being used at the Naval AirStation the quantities hitherto needed by
250,000 monthly, or double for provisioning the ESSENTIAL food will soon be increased by the Nav in this area, its rela- ,
the ships, will necessitate hiring items to be hoisted aboard and an additional 62,500 cubic feet to tion to the 200,000 or more pop-
figure spent. some additional personnel in both stored in the vessel's 400 cubic I take care of the stepped up'pur- ulation of greater Jacksonville is
The announcement was made graded and ungraded positions. feet of refrigeration, will be chasing. '[ far too small to cause any increase i
yesterday by Capt. H. F. Ging When they sail down the St. about 1,900 pounds of meats and Present purchases of fresh in prices," he said. "Ac-
rich, Supply Officer of the Naval I John's River to resume service at poultry, 3.400 pounds of vege- I vegetables, fruits and dairy prod tually, it represents an increaseof
Air Station, who reported that sea,' each of the vessels will tables; 300 dozen egg and enough ucts in the local market run high not more than 2 per cent per
the reactivation of Cecil Field, I carry 'a 30 day food supply. I fresh milk for two days. as $125,000 a month. !capita.." I
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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11

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L Y : y < 'Cecil To Become

Master Jet Base

The Navy plans to convert Naval Auxiliary Air Station I II

1gc. I Cecil Field into a "master jet base," it was announced early t't'I

I this week j
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The report was revealed

; .{ua' ys43 locally by Hep. Charles E. I New Stationi
Bennett who reported from

.... "'I Washington that a new public I Auto Tags

works authorization bill

containing the appropriationis I Now Issued 1 1i

being rushed to completion 1
Issuing of new station automobile
About $3,750,000 is to be
i tags began :Monday
spent on Cecil Field.
under a new system wherebyall
Since it was built in February issues will be made directly
1943 the auxiliary base has been
to their
car owners at respective ..J
deactivated and reactivated "
twice. The new plans are expected commands
or by a rep
to end the up-and-down careerof 'resentative of the Yard Office.

the base and make it a per- ',

ANOTHER CARNIVAL CHECK-Capt. Douglas T, Day, NAS commanding; officer, left, presents a manent integral establishment. In the past car owners calledfor
I $3,263.13 check to Capt. Julius C. Early, executive vice-president of the Navy Relief Society as Conversion of Cecil into a their tags at the Yard Office.
1\lrs. \V. E. Kenna, chairman of the Woman's Auxiliary looks on. The check was part of the proceeds 'master:; jet fighter base" is inline j I Under the present plan a representative -
from the Carnival 1 held at NAS in the
Navy Charity spring of the Yard Office will
I with the Navy's plans to es- '!
deliver personally to each and
.. .. Sixty Recruits Conclude 8-Week tablish a permanent fleet air op- every car owner his tag. This:
St. Louis Unit erating base in this area. Con-I method is devised to relieve the

struction of the carrier basin at !i congestion at the Yard Office

Arrives Here Training Course At NARTU Jax program Mayport is also a part of this duties.which is already overtaxed with

Some (fiO from the Jacksonville most of Located Yard Office officials have emphasized
young men area, i on a 2,720-acre tract
Four Naval Air Reserve"squadrons them just out of high school, were graduated in ceremonylast about 10 miles from the Naval not call for that their individuals tags at the Yard must
from St. Louis Air Station, Cecil Field first I
arrived was
Saturday from the Airman Recruit Training course Office The representatives are
activated as an auxilarv station'I
here early this week for, held for the past eight weeks at the Jacksonville Naval Air to NAS. Jax. It served as a methodically visiting various departments -
a two-week training tour at and units and expectto
Reserve Training Unit. training base during the war and
the Naval Air Station.Led until housed of'' complete their rounds in a
Now eligible for the rate of recently groups couple of weeks.Depaitments. .
by task commander Lcdr. Airman Apprentice, the young : eight week course The recruit Fleet Air Jacksonville. i I squadrons and individual
Nelson McGuire, the St. Louis men are also eligible to join Organized company that was led by McDonald Reactivated August 1. Cecil is commands will be con--
is comprised of 75 officers was also awarded the annual
group Reserve -quadrons at one of several 'Navy fields tacted in advance in order that
and 200 men. Included in the par NARTU Jax, and become full- plaque for overall excellence. throughout the country selected individuals know the exact
ty are two attack squadrons, a Young McDonald i is a graduate of I may
e .. fledged "Weekend Warriors. for improvement as master jet date of issue and have ready all
fighter squadron and a service Awards PresentedThe Fletcher High School at Jackson- plane centers. of the necessary credentials To {

squadron. Recruits were graduated in ville Beach. New facilities proposed for Cecil be eligible for a tag, owners must
Making up the contingent are I an impressive military ceremonythat The lads took highly competitive I Field will provide eveivthmg have with them at time of issue
Squadrons VA-922, commandedby included a dress inspectionand exams prior to entering the necessary to service the newest their insurance policy (liabilityand
Lt. !. J. Becker; VA-924, com- a "pass in review" before eight-week training period. They jet carrier planes it is reported. property damage), car regis*
manded by Lt. E. E. Wallace; VF- Capt. Raymond N. Sharp, commanding lived aboard the station since the -x (Continued Page 2))
924, led by Lcdr. Nelson McGuireand officer/ of NARTU. course opened June 19. -- -
FASRon 921, headed by Lcdr.W. Captain Sharp presented two Well indoctrinated in Naval I If'
Ross. awards during the ceremony I sciences with an accent on sub
An advance pary of officers and Robert H. McDonald of Atlantic jects associated with Naval aviation -
men arrived here earlier to arrange Beach whose father is an active the airmen recruits studied
for the arrival of the organized duty stationkeeper at NARTU I navigation, signaling, gunnery,
reserve unit. was presented an engraved cup seamanship, and had two weeks
--x- as the outstanding recruit of the (Continued on Page 2)
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Personnel shortage here at i able to maintain high efficiency | Any questions as to typeof stories 1J
the Naval Air Station borderson in operation The Jax Air News I pictures and deadlines for ,J
,' has been rated by military and both, can be obtained simply by
the critical stage, but with I civilian editorial experts as one I contacting the editor in room 123 / !!
the Jax Air News the personnel of the finest service newspapersin I of the main administration budding a
,situation has been a problem existence. It is the aim of or calling extension 8184. All < 1 1'J
for some time. editor, and the commanding om.1, stories will be screened properlyto
cer of NAS, to maintain this high abide by the new security reg
Air News has lost its
two top journalists within the standard. ulations. p
Public Information as some
past which month, creating a huge gap I SINCE: IT IS OUT of the folks would have it.,-Public Relations I !"
as yet has not been filled'I ,
At present the Air News is oper- realm of human endeavor for is an important part of I 1t'
ating with its editor and a sports the severely reduced staff to every unit, no matter how small
writer-a new low in personnel. it is I|
cover the station properly, cooperation -
Much toil, including many obstacles is '' An alert commanding officer ofa I
being soughtfrom
which would stagger the I unit is anxious to make sure \
ordinary layman, goes:; into the all command, division, that his men are given proper I; r
production of the Jax Air News. units, sections, groups in : credit for their efforts and in I i < tM

deplete conditions with a fact All Hands _- to aid the i iI turn the men appreciate such I' I
staffs it is impossible to recognition. Consequently njo '
. ? cover the station and its outlyingareas I Jnx Air News in obtaining rale is elevated to such a point NO 1 UI CRUlT-A proud father Indeed is Vernon II. Me- 1
as efficiently and thoroughly I news for publication. that the unit functions with new Donald, QMI, right, as he con ratulMes his son, Robert II. McDonald
as is requited for good news Each unit should, if it has not spirit. The Air News \ill one meansof who was awarded the trophy as outstanding recruit at the
coverage. I I already done sr, appoint a Public j) promoting such r co nltlon. | eight-week Airman Recruit training camp held at NARTU, Jax.
Despite the shortage of person Information officer, or a crew to It is a proven fact that military ":Iderlcl)4)nald! is an active member of NARTU. In the center U
nel the Jax Air News has been handle news of respective outfits: (Continued on Page 2) Lcdr. Harry Nearing .officer,in-cliarje ot the courNavy .

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Page Two "JAX AIR NEWS 17 August 1950
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Sixty Recruits I Doing A Big Job
Jax Air News -

(Continued from rage 1) HereAn

Published 3 every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air of in-service training on the Supply! Important
Station Jacksonville, Fla. flight line where they
NAS, JacksonvilleCapt. learned to start, warm up and

Douglas T. Day .__ ____.____.__......Commanding Officer taxi aircraft
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell. __.__Executive! Officer Extensive rrogram Position On Defense TeamEight
The eight week
fleet Air JacksonvilleRear course was under .

Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery__.___.. Commander the leadership of three

Capt. Allen Smith .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ . Chief of Staff Weekend Warriors, who returned weeks ago-and for some months before that-
Fleet Air Wing Eleven administer to active duty the for training the summerto period. "business as usual" signs were hung out wherever supply:

Capt. George C. Montgomery _'''_ Commander points for the Armed Services be found. On
Comdr. Charles Robertson__.. .__..._._______.__Chief Staff Officer They included Lcdr. Harry Near- were to June
Naval Hospital ing, en instructor at Andrew 25th, with the sudden crossing of the 38th parallel in Korea,

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton _Commanding Officer Jackson Udovin High Jax; Lt. (jg) Bertram the signs came down In the few days later when U. S. troops

Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer ley, JrM of AOU2, and who Joseph is assistant Bax- were rushed to the aid of the South Koreans, the situation

NARTU coach at John Gorrie Junior High resolved itself into the age-old problem that always facesan
Capt. Raymond N Sharp.. .__.___...___.. .. u"." Commanding, Officer School. invaded country"enough and on time." ..

Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration New StationContinued i I! urgently Materials needed and on equipment the battle-so j I ily rely heavily upon its Tab-
building. Phone extension 8184. I
lines had to be shipped and lating Section to garner mostof
Editor-Andrew H. Planey] ( from rage 1) I
flown from the
or through sup- its data into facts and fig-
Staff Member: Bob Joyce, JOSN. tration, driver's license, and old ply bases already in operation.And .
The JAX AIR NEWS is publlsncd wrrniy It the U. S. Nasal Air Station, station tag.Cclors the man at the front could ures. The Tab room, which is .
Jacksonville, Florida, end printed commercially with non-nrproprlalod funds of the tags are in re- air-conditioned t o prevent
lit no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS V-35, Rev. only fight delaying actions until
Nov. 1945 Copies arc distributed> free of chaise at the Naval Air Station, the verse this year. Officer tags are such supplies arrived. Although cards from curling and jam-
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Au\llaiy! Air Station, Cecil Field, end white numerals on green back- commonly admitting that a ming the equipment} houses a
the U. S Naval Hospital
ground; enlisted men's, white
The JAX AIR NEWS is a member of the" Armrd Fences Press! Service." Reproduction with blue numerals smooth flowing supply functionis variety of high-speed com-
of material from these sources must bear a credit line. Rrpubllcaticn ; and'ilian, the life-line of a fighting force,
of oth"r matter. except tiy service publications Is prohibited rermlFtlcn white with red numerals. few arm chair strategists have plex machines that can calcul-
of Editor:; JAX AIR NEWS -x- i ate record and list all at
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Report From Washington that life-line operates. i almost the same time. Some

Not merely a matter of stack- 290,000 cards, 18,000 of which
ing stock on shelves- until needed, civilian checks make

New Armed Forces Liberty Pass Adopted an supplying entire wing either of a a tiny Navy gasket trans-or about seventeen pay million,passes

port is a process involving a net- through the machines every

I work of smaller activities. At month.As .

Recruiting Offices Rule On Reenlistment of i NAS large Jacksonville warehouses,, an as equal many number as ]19- I ed a separate long as activity Disbursing, even remain.located -

of lesser and
storerooms' a
'I in another building, the name
scries of outdoor areas, are necessary -
"Saved Pay" Dischargees 1 to accommodate the material "Supply & Accounting Depart
ment" was a fitting title. But with
the and Fiscal -
| Supply Department
annexation of the
i Disbursing
1 By Armed lories Tress Service ments to AR's and SR's AR's>-Army Regulations :- mu t have on hand if it is j, functions, under the broad wing ..
All services will adopt the new "Armed -arc intended to state broad policy to meet the demands made on it.
of the the
Supply name
Forces Liberty Pass," DD Form 345, which (what to do, who does it, where it is done). s was changed appropriately, to
will replace passes now used!: for short auth- SR's-Special RE'guJations-state the detailed Good Slorekccping "Supply & Fiscal Department."
orized absences, including WD AGO Form 8, procedure for carrying out AR policies: Each one of these ware-
Besides Disbursing's major
Class "A" *
permanent The side
pass reverse
houses and stock has its ..
areas function of loose0
of the new form provides space for notationof The Air Force has reversed its decision to turning
travel limitations or other pertinent data. three Alaskan bases, Shcmya, Cold Bay, and peculiar problem of storage, million dollars a month in mili-
The new form will be issued when local Adak. They were slated for deactivation for ranging from rustpreventionto ) tary and civilian salaries, it also
docks of the old forms are exhausted. economy reasons. I moth-control, dependingupon pays travel claims, our Weekend
> 4The ) Warriors, local beneficial suggestions -
the type or class of two-week trainees and all
material -
Local Navy recruiting authorities now may Marine Corps Depot of Supplies! Nor-
make final decision on applications for reenlistment folk, Va., has been re-designated, U. S. Ma- 1 involved. It follows that special payments. The payroll
cf personnel who accepted early rine Corps Forwarding,: Depot. proper preservation of stock Savings Bond program is another
discharges by reason of "saved pay" under offspring of Disbursing'shich
has played a major role in ,
Jacksonville but
the Cancer; Compensation Act or for other. Maj. Gen William Marquat, Chief, Economic I storekeeping.Two !i, serves not only Miami
) also Birmingham,
cause and Scientific Section, GHQ Far East
Formerly, such personnel could not reenlist Command, has been appointed' baseball! commissioner I years!' ago the Department t and Green *Cove Spring .
before expiration of what would have for Japan. undertook a program to indoctrinate -
been their normal enlistment, without approval its more than 90 store- Feed* Thousands
of the Bureau of Naval personnel. The The Infantry Journal and Field Artillery keepers in material preservation:" Next to Disbursing Branch,
new policy also permits re-enlistment of per- Journal, two of the oldest and most authoritative methods and immediately set up the I Commissary Division
sonnel in pay grade E-3 (seaman, airman, etc. ) non-official Army publications, have i units that would actually preserve -
with broken service discharges and more than been merged into a single magazine celled stock, for shelf and ship- rates with the enlisted man
90 days, out of service, if they have depen- U. S. Army Combat Forces Journal. ment, according to those methods.Its as the most important activity i
dents. Such je-enlistments formerly were purpose is to I lengthen the life of the Department. With

barred. Wear-out period for the following itemscf of items on hand and to I lessen i a regular staff of about fifty I
Still barred are re-enlistments of personnel male Army officers' uniform orignally set the danger of damage through: '
of pay ,grades E-2 and E-l (seaman, apprentice as July 1, 1950, has been extended one year: : I handling. At present, the units (not including mess cooks) i
seaman recruit) with broken ser- Visored winter service cap other than brown ore preserving through various j. the Commissary serves over
vice discharges if they }have no dependents fur felt; jacket, wool shade 51 (green); methods including hot and cold 1 two million meals a year,
This ban also applies to former members of trousers, wool, shade 52 (green); long overi i rust preventive dips, (canning, I bakes bread and l pastries for
sealing, and more recently plas-
other Services coat; short overcoat.
The wear-out period for the tropical tic dips-more than sixty meas- the three galleys (Cecil Field,

The Army will) reduce the number of DA worsted jacket, set for January 1, 1950, has urement tons of material a month. jMayport, and Main Station),
Circulars, multiple-address letters and other been extended to July 1, 1951. Necktie, shade And (conservation doesn't stop as well as Green Cove Springs!:,
forms of directives, and accomplish changesto 5, may be worn optionally until July 1, 1951. there. Another program, already and packs box lunches for per-
huge and still growing is the reworking -
directives amend5'
permanent more by -
and reconditioning by sonnel in a flight status who
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ance the VA said, and many O&U of aircraft items which are will be away through meal-

New Draftees I lapsed policies arc being renewed. for various reasons; not fit for j time.In .
use but still "economically rl'I ,
The minimum amount of insurance 1 pairable." its big cold storage i Cambers -
I of which stay at ]18
Eligible For that ran be purchased i some
initially is $1,0(10.: After receiving I '. War On Waste I; degrees, Commissary stores fruits,
the initial policy, the insured I eggs, vegetables, and meats in
NSLI PolicyWashington may take .is much additional I Finally, in thear on quantities valued at $500,000. A

insurance as he desires, in waste, two furnaces operatedat pinch of salt, and a dash of pepper -

(AFPS)-Selectees multiples of J500.() The maximum \! the Scrap & Salvage Yardrecover are measurements unfamiliar
entering military service in the j I i is 10000. much needed alumi- to galltv cooks. For a recent
Thursday August 37 i menu calling for barbecued spareribs
1930- Singing Wheels Club, current expansion will be eligible I I No immediate change is premium num and lead from scrappedand the pot in which the sauce

membership open, transportation.In t Life to Insurance purchase the National Veterans Service Administration i I rates is contemplated, the obsolete planes or parts; was prepared was as large as a
the Club, informal] dancing recently announced. 1 VA said. Policies will be issued and the subsequent sale of ingots bathtub. Always practical, the ..
of forms the
in one seven ,
Friday, August 18 any Commissary even goes so far as
Policies will also be available of which tern insur- and other scrap metals
cheapest is :
make its cream, turning -
1000-Haynde, leach party $1 to own ice
l'f\'h-sl&n\ now (o those who enlist voluntarily, ance. This can be purchased at a serves to off-set the expenseof out a professional-looking job,
up to all World War II veterans :! low premium rate for a five-year running the Yrvd and still and serving it up in individualcups
Saturday, August 19 who qualify physically, and to period, renewable at an increasedrate much like the cornerdrug
turn neat profit into the very
Open House, ping pong, shuffle- persons already in Service. each five years It may be a I I .
board Canteen special. 2000. Increasing numbers of Service converted at any time into one of Treasury. I I the past, the Air News hai
o amplified dance band, brand newA personnel are applying for insur ox permanent typis of policy.REUPS To direct the receiving, storing, I I extensively two of Sup- .
erordings. ______ ____ _
> n -- ---- and issuing of the more than the
ply's most popular offsprings
; Sunday, August 20 i 'c. 000 items in stock Supply HiO'-1 I Navy Exchange and that supermarket ; :
r 3000 to 1200, Java flours, ]1000; Fiscal Department, here at he Commissary Strrr
F to 1700 Home Town Hour; 1930, maintains an elaborate but comprehensive I I Future editions will carry other
f' Around the Piano with Mary control :system, designed articles about tins pair.
playing your favorite tunes. to keep in finger-tip touch Supplv plays nn important pmt
Monday, August 21 r S 4Ir with the 35,000 receipts and issues on the Defense Team, helping to

1930, Bowling club-transportation t each month. And, adding to carry the fight right into the ene.
the stature of the Naval Air Sta-
find In the Club
partners; my's own back yard.
informal dancing. tion in its place in the (Supply anal Its nnnv duties

Tuesday, August 22 nity Supply, the daily Procurement patronize commU-j I arc portrayed in the' pictorial

Miniature: Golf-transportation chants in the purchase { display on page three.)
for the Club; In the Club, television I and varied items and services. ', -x-

show When Mr. Taxpayer, or JohnQ. 'I Air Nevis i
Wednesday, August 23 Public in general, wants to ,
2000 ping-pong, special tryouts know how his tax dollar is being
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for club team; shuffleboard con he his big
spent, rightly expects information
units with good public -
/ test-prize, double dinner.x Uncle to be able to tell him. To I.1 the
help keep the records straight, 1 programs are among
Linscott passing; out cig- collective best.The
was the Accounting Branch keeps -
Jax Air News is a permanent
that he
He announced records
iirs. and detailed
of the
and important part
just received a bundle from showing for what: purpose each Naval Air Station All station papers
heaven. 'Boy or girl asked an expenditure is made. These figures are an integral part of the
adoring secretary. may represent the operatingcost Navy Public Information pro-
,,r' "Neither: ," beamed Lmscett "It of an entire department or gram. A station newspaper is

was my laundry""Cyril '. .".. .. _.. u__ ___ activity, or breakdown tho ex- truly a potent force in molding .

There's a fellow that's FOR SIX-Comdr. Gilbert J. rrauenhelrn, commanding of pense repairing, into labor one aircraft and materials instrument -, opinion and relaying information.It .

going places officer of Patrol Squadron Three, right, congratulates William should contain news of every

Joe: Ambitious, eh? E. Cannon, ADC, on his recent re-enlistment for a Mx-year hitch. Keeps! Facts!': Figures unit-not just a few.
Cyril No. his wife is out of Chief Cannon is a plane captain of a flight crew in the long range Public Information, or Pub1icRclations
town. P2V Neptune squadron. Accounting must necessar- is an "All Hands" job.I' .

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Here's a division of Supply which rate high/ with everyonethe
pay window of Disbursing Chief Pay Clerk Fred Roley
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Capt. Herman F. Gingrich, center Supply and Fiscal officer, holds a conference with Comdr
I" Oswald B. Porter left, former assistant Supply officer and Comdr, Charles L. Loring, ri;bt, present
assistant. Supply officer. Commander Loring relieved Commander Porter recently P

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I. OAt\ NAS Supply & FiscalAn

important cog in the functioning of our Defense Team,

Supply is speeding up its operation to provide "enough and

on time." These photos depict just a few of the multitude of t k r

activities and functions which the NAS Supply and Fiscal

Department carries out.

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the "rammer" rams a load of scrap aluminum into the furnace at
the Scrap and Salvage/ Yard of Supply. This process' of remelting
metal saves the. government :a neat sum

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items in stock, Supply Department maintains an elaborate but
Three Supply workmen pool their efforts in loading material in a Supply Warehouse This crane comprehensive check on all its stock. Here Dorothy Wishon pasta
ii strong; enough to pick up a box car and versatile enough to place material any place: in the build. an issue paper to the stock control record which give i perpetual,
in;. inventory control.

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.vens in which food is prepared at the IMaituiUe gallery, in center photo. Joyce Cox, right, looks over a run of civilian paychecks which are printed on this J}
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k A I FROM." (?>d" out "

fee I road warned principles about dea-vis

$ yac a : her previous father's

I ._ .... r .. y greeted for break--her of ._

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I r" respect
SEEING THE NAVY It's ", ,"'x, ,
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quite a different life, this been run-
change from civvies to Navy to get
seersucker, as some 24 WAVE ." ,
Kecruits in training: here find : had any

out Three Savannah, Ga., recruits -

peer through a highpowered another:
telescope at the Control in the

Tower in top left. Left to right, a

they are, Juanita Phillips, Jerry I| taking
Currency and Mary! Betten. and three
Trying uniforms on for size in : "Heie."
top photo are Barbara Sande-

fur of Nashville, Tenn., and

Mabel Thorpe of Macon, Ga.,
right. The trainees file aboard 0j -
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Chief Grider '' A Big Change From Civilian Life AffS .

4 t Is Air Presented MedalAviation But Wave Reserve Recruits Enjoy It I I the peculiar Oooph .

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Blisters and navy beans, ---- --- ----
Chief Radioman They have found little time for ular Navy.To .
John Paul Jones and sailor'shE'fllty
Marlin Grider of Fleet Air a 'golf and convertibles in the join the Wave it.W'f .
appreciation of "liber- heavy schedule of activities. Rev- ganization a woman it.W'I
Wing 11 was presented his I|I ty", are an accepted common- eille sounds at 0530. Until lightsgo American citizenship, be pain-
:, third Air Medal, in a meritorious i- : place now with the 24 WAVE out at 2130 they are attending pleted high school, and '
mast held by Capt. I Reservists embarked the lectures on salutes and customs! 1 18 and under 40. She comes .
identification of and married, providing she "
George C. Montgomery, Commander insignia ship I ) an egg
second week of the first
I aircraft nomenclature, and the es- children under 18. !
Fleet Air Wing 11. I nual two-weeks indoctrination sential details of enlistments and Women with previous
Grider. who is attached to the : cruise held at the Naval service records. Coast Guard experience will
Fleet Air Wing 11 staff, already I Air Station. They are learning to swim, to enlisted in the V6 pockets i
c, has a DFC awarded' him for ac-I clean a service pistol, tie knots, serve as well as the .-.1
tion in both the European and Many of the seaman' recruits in and make a bed Navy-style. The Reserve. Women with
Pacific-Asiatic theatres. ,I skirts had never seen the sea be- daily one-hour drill period, in vious service experience Star: 1
Grider's Air Medal citation fore arriving here. Girls from
which they march without arms, | also join provided they new fa-
reads as follows: I Oklahoma, inland Texas, Tenn- and learn the standard evolutionssuch ,billets as members of
Y; "For meritorious achievement essee and Arkansas, are makingthe as opening and closing ranks or Volunteer Naval Film Star:
in aerial flight as an aircrewman j jon most of their precious liberty has been a grueling experience to ing units. .
Navy attached by visiting the beaches. The rest
a patrol plane | girls who have never walked This year women Star:
'J to Patrol Squadron 63, in action 'i from Georgia, Mississippi Louis- more than a city block when they members of either him last
the' iana, North and South I'
I against enemy forces in Carolina could catch a ride. Their singular and who are now
Straits of Gibraltar Feb. 24, I are wide-eyed as they get a good plight has kept hospital corps- college may qualify for
1944. look, under Navy guidance of I men busy issuing bandaids and missions through the r
Engaged in an anti-submarine jet aircraft and the mothball : mercurochrome : ROC program. Otherwise, 4
patrol mission Grider assisted in fleet at Green Cove Naval Sta- lege degree is necessary
determining the location of an I tion. NAVY TERMINOLOGY has commission, or two years I
enemy submarine and during the Strangely, Florida is represented created another hazard. At lege plus two years of I
subsequent low-altitude bombing by a lone recruit, Dorothy Green Cove a ship anchored service. In the latter case
'Y attacks on the hqstile craft contributed Fay Ritch, of 406 West 6th St. alongsideanother was referredto must be under 30 years of
to the ultimate destruc- Jacksonville. "
as "the boat next door. And to
tion of the enemy vessel. His devotion )( )( some the term "chow" appears
to duty was in keeping THEIR EXPERIENCE in the rather rude compared with civilian UN "Stu
l r "with the highest tradition of the order and discipline of the regular niceties of expression.In .
c'' United States Navy." Navy has been illuminating
spite' of it all, interest has Plan For r
been whetted in joining the reg- I
a, bA w't ular Navy The husband of one
was recalled to,active duty with ';Rescue
tne Navy, and ordered to the
West Coast the day after( she i
Lake Success (AFPS) .
arrived at NAS Jax. "If I join bal network of search and
can I follow)] him there?" she y
services to aid aircraft
asked anxiously'Others :
f s. sz tress, including the use of
I are impressed: with camel corps, Alpine I
WAVES on duty at the station."It ocean weather ships, has
looks so exciting and important submitted by the United
especially)] now." International Civil I
Questions run to opportunities ganization for adoption by
for advanced education (there member states.
are Navy schools, authorized I The I, C. A. O. said the
correspondence courses carrying national rescue force,
college credits, besides would aid aircraft, their I I
couragement to attend and passengers ( r
colleges); choice of en-I nationality, was
al duties (in most cases a as a "modest peace-time
tered preference is recognized); terpart" of air-sea rescue
and whether marriage is considered I which saved thousands
a basis for separation., (It men during World War II.
was until recently. Now women I I The peace-time reserve
personnel may not be separatedon zation would be less
this basis alone.) than the war-time :
picking up air crews. r I
AT THE END of their training !. Member nations would -
, stint, th', Wave Reservists draw their search and rescue ,:the I
two weeks pay; plus) certificationof sources, using army, air
completion of recruit instruc and re of
navy police
ttomi&.'+.a. ** '*' ,r Y' .! :::. ..:; tion. If they have passed all when emergencies arose. doesn't 1
GEJS THIRD AIR MEDAL-Capt. George C. Montgomery their "practical factors, they'll Saw yer.
Commander Fleet Air Wing 11, pins the Air Medal on aviation I also be recommended for advancement "I passed: your house > ; ; TerI .
hid radioman Marlin Gridei who was presented; the award in in rating., Reserve day." 'tight, "If
" ceremony ,last week. It was Grider's third Air Medal. ratings ,are retained in the regi "Thanks. We appreciate I fish
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17 August 1950 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

I Pilot Rescued \


: I By Versatile

Helicopter .

"Clalm No. 13": From the O&R Rescues are becoming almost
chops in Norfolk where he worked routine for NAS Jax'j new heli-
..! as a helper aircraft mechanic copter which last Sunday again
general, James F, Faulkner sign- hauled in a downed pilot, this
ed up as one of the first sub- time from the Mayport swamp-
scribers to the mutual death ben- lands. "

efit program 'when it was offeredin Lt. (jg) Louis Schmeltzer, a
March of 48. member of the NAS Sea-Air Res-

The plan which had attracted cue unit, piloting the 'helicopter
such prompt action called for a rescued a Weekend Warrior pilot -
very small entrance fee (about Lt. (jg) George Peebles after
one dollar) and fifty cents thereafter the latter made an emergency
| .... payable only on the demise landing in the swamplands near
-.., 'V of one of the members. About Mayport. '
40% of the Air Station's civilians Peebles discovered! that he had ;
joined the group, swelling the engine trouble shortly after tak-
pay-off total to a figure that tr ing off in his Avenger torpedo
made thj enterprise a good. in bomber from the Mayport auxiliary -
-. vestment. .. .-vw..Aawwoi JGty4>wosiea.-.w"l. .. -- air station. He picked a spot
During the remainder of 1948, )f. I out in the swamps and made a
Faulkner paid his fifty cent pre- dead stick crosswind landing.In .
mium just twelve times when, in GAIN SAFETY AWARDS just a few short minutes the

December of the same year, a Just a portion of the 72 mili- I helicopter was hovering over-
x sudden cerebral hemorrhage and civilian vehicle head. The helicopter's rescue lad- y
tary Navy
made him "Claim No. 13". In return der and sling was lowered and '
drivers at NAS who received Peebles was hauled aboard, un-
f. for the paltry amount of I
seven dollars, paid into the organization Navy Safe Driving Awards are injured.
in dribbles over nine shown above as they gathered I Scene of the landing was in a '
1 months, Faulkner's family collected for their presentations last I marshland immediately accessible .'
the sum of $2,800. only by helicopter. Peebles'I
J; With such experiences asFaulkner's Frlvay, Lt. jg) Robert Mix, I plane was not damaged by the j I
makes the first presentation to landing. :
to spark the program, _
the plan spread rapidly to other Thomas Campbell, a 10-year ----x :

air stations.. Cherry Point and driver, in bottom scene. On the
Fensacola were not loii,.;: in following j'' left is Robert Taylor, safety superintendent Yanks See
Norfolk's lead, and have
and on the rightis
begun building experience records
of their own. I I Thomas Andreu, quarterman Odd Habits

j of Transportation.,
.. LAST Fill!)AY, when the plan'j
... y-ent into effect at Jax, 763 I -------j Of KoreansWashington
. ilians had jumped on board the I! --. -
train as charter members. From i ,
their members they held electionfor I 72 Local Drivers PresentedSafe VMF-144 Off (API'S) -- Members _
a Board of Trustees, representatives of the Armed Forces going
," from each of the larger I into Korea for the first time are
.( department, who would supervise Driving Awards HereSeventyt On 4-Day Stint I seeing many strange things.A .

and direct the program for Jax I' .... recent trip to the library of
non-profit basis.! ---- ----- the National Geographic Society
on a. !strictly! 'vo military andcivilian -
(As this edition l goes to press, of Transportation officer, on behalfof : To Cherry Point : here reveals that:
operators Navy motor
election returns indicate that the commanding officer. Unless the American serviceman -
I f I Supply has voted Rubye Piper sits vehicles aboard the air Fundamentally interested in I Pilots and part of the ground i totes his own food he is
representative to the Board.) station were presented Navy promoting careful driving, the crewmen of Marine Fighter j likely to rat whale meat. The

With the first announcementof Safe Driving Awards last :Fri-- Navy Department has always I Squadron VMF-144, now in the I natives say it's a fancy dish and
the program at Jax, even at a day in recognition of their recognized good drivers with midst of its two-week annual looks like beef.
higher premium than Norfolk's safe presentation of such awards. maneuvers at NARTU, Jax, de- When a Korean loses kinfolk,
.. (reason: smaller possible mem- driving.The Military and civilian operatorsof parted for Cherry Point, N. C.I he doesn't wear black or put a
bership), applications poured in drivers were presented Navy vehicles have been taughtto Tuesday morning for four days mourning band around his arm.
at a gallop, then slowed to a walk. their awards a lapel button follow the "defensive pat of concentrated training. I He dolls up in white for three
Now numbering only a little over and cardbv I.t. Robert Mix. tern"that is, to make allow The pilots of VMF-144 will be : years.A .
i00! members or 17"of) the sta- ances for lack of skill and lack] flying from early morning to late I II Korean bridegroom sticks
tion civilians the sponsors attribute Tricky Quicky lof knowledge on the part of the I at night, firing live ammunition i with his lady love for three daysin
most of the slowing up to I other fellow. He has been taught I and. dropping bombs. all in his father-in-law's house before -
lack of knowledge rather than Mr Simon and Mr. Lymonof i to concede the right-of-way and I training to perfect themselves in : he takes off for his own
lack of interest. In support of Illytheville made a trip to make other concessions to avoid the duties of Marine aviation- : dad's home.
their view they point out that the city Mr. Simon traveledby collision. I that of aiding ground forces to Officia'! manhood is achieved

questions about the plan are train, averaging milesan The fine record here at NASon move forv.'ard. I when a Korean takes a bride.
hour. Lymon made the And, if he lives to be
numerous from emplovees who even a
: accident-free records tend to The NARTU squadron
claim they heard about the pro- I journey by plane which went show that tangible recognition of I under command of Major Tomas 100, a bachelor Korean can't
but haven't learned the details two and a half times as fastas open his mouth to voice an
gram! good drivers produces greater Mobley Pilots flew their planer
of where or how to apply. Simon's train. They left I opinion. His opinion just doesn't
I safety and efficiency. Recognition I in formation towards their des
+ This is apparently true of Sup same Klytheville time and at upon exactly reachingtheir the: of safe driving is pointed out ,I tination while ground personnel \ The Korean gals haven'tchanged
ply where the plan has obtained as an effective wato stimulate left via transport planes.
j destination it took each their styles for centuries.
only 40-odd subscribers. To sur- better driving and more efficient i I x :
of them 30 minutes to by The old women nearly always
this the department go thus cutting down 'II
mount difficulty, operation, on This
, has appointed Vera Simondsext I taxi from ther respective stations loss of property and lives I Guy Really Keeps dress in white and wear embroi-
I to the hotel. Lyman arrived Eyes Front In Driving dered velvet bonnets. The younger -
777) in Correspondence -xKindergarten -
( at the hotel at noon I ones doll)) up in long, high-
assist in handling further inquiries Moslem (A..SJaeob)
I Class Gar-
sharp and Simon arrived exactly j vsaisted! skirts and short bodices
from Supply employees. I three hours later. To Begin Sept. 5 :tinkle of Stoneham was sure his i and go in for pastels like pink,
Up to Sept. 11. "first members"ran What time did they leave car had lost! much of its zip during robin's egg blue and aquamarine. -
still sign up and become ni.vtheville? The kindergarten class at the I a recent two-mile drive. He .
' after Navy Wives Club Nursery will' was about to enter a to'I II
of the
automatically part plan; 'saitu|! OOC '' garage There are a half million Chris-
'., that date applicants may be lUl.MBJ! 'tii 'B OC'6: J 8 alln! begin September 5, officials have I I, find out about the sudden loss! of tians in the country, but most!
required to subimUto a rigid and -a41. lU Jai lays :JaMSUV i announced. I I power-then he looked behind. ;, Koreans believe in a mixture of
rugged physical before being accepted There are still a few openingsin There, tightly hooked to his spirit worship or animism, Buddhism
-a point not lo be disre both junior and senior classes. II I rear bumper was a driverless and Confucianism.x .
garded.! The beginning holds ; 22,000 Women -"ln'--- I Bus service will be available for automobile. He told police he ap- -- -
I promise; and membership shows I children living aboard the station parently drove away from a park- I' : Did you think that up,
signs of shooting up again. But I Armed Forces Ai i and in Dewey Park. Further information ing space with the stowaway ." ou self)
I the program will probably really I, can be obtained by automobile securely hitched to MopeYep: out of my head.
get going right after the Jax calling extension 368. his. Dope: I thought you were
I Hoard pays it first claim. Outbreak of War ----------- -- -

:If I Washington (AFPS)-The Ko-
BACK IN 1948, Supply and rean (crisis found 22,000 women in ..
formed six-team 30-man
O&R the Armed Forces, 7,000 of them
bowling league, each departmentI I' nurses, with an estimated additional -
I furnishing three teams! and coin-
25,000 women in Reserve
t I td the name, "the SUPOR ke I units.
) ]ers." In a tight finish at season s
. to close out The Women's Army Corps
' end, :Supply managed
1 O&R and bring home the prize, (WAC) has about 7,000 womenon .
:'which 'now rests in the league active duty, with 4,800 in Reserve :
trophy case. In '49 O&R sprang organizations.
The Air Force has 2.000
1 back to carry off top honors itself I
WAF's in uniform, with 3,500
and even the score.
month reservists. About 200 Air Force I
Between now and
the SUPOR teams will again prepare I women are serving in overseas K p A +
to wage their third prolonged II posts.
' battle for the money and The Navy's Waves number approximately M ;
awards. Calls are going out to all 3,400 on active duty M"rA
of last year's players who arc I with 4,00 more in Reserve groups. r 6 pJ 4,
still around, and an urgent invi-'I with 4,000 more in Reserve fir
\; .. ion is being.extended to anyone groups. About 600 Women Ma- 4va
interested l in participating.The rines are on active duty. The
handicap system of scoring Coast Guard has no SPARS on
narrows down the edge the ex. I active duty but about 250 in Reserve

perts wield over the gutterboysand units.
makes membership in the II The Army .had 3,460 nurses on
league open to all comers. Sup" duty on June 1, more than 1,000of
ply s F. Reiter (ext 8184)) and I them in foreign stations. The
O&R's J. Weaver (machine shop) Air Force had 1,100 nurses on ac-
have offered to give out answers tive duty, the Navy 2,000. .
Yr 0
about the 1950 edition of SUPOR -x- y
The middle of September has Soldier: "I can't eat this chicken. -

v been tentatively scheduled as ." "What's the matter withit ., .,. ,. _... ., ,. ... . .
league starting time. Still to be Cook: '- #!.',:'W ? determined l are the night, place, ?"
and hour. Soldier: "It must have been A BUSY \\'EEK.JoNU-F'ive squadrons' of Weekend Warriors are shown in this picture taken %
-)1- born in an Incubator." from the top wf the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit's hangar The five squadrons were present ,
"What's your husband's average Cook "How do you know?" last week-end for their monthly drill periods. In the front is squadron VS-741,. NARTU's anll-
income Soldier' "No chicken with a submarine squadron; second row left, is patrol squadron VP-741; second row, right, Is Marine Alt
"Oh, around midnight." mother ,could be that tough. i Reserve squadron VMF-144. Rear row, left, is FASR n-45 and rear_ right Is CV FAS.Ron 741.. -


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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS i7 August 1950
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With Bob Joyce -,_ _. 0
I SOFTBALL PLAYOFF ACTION-Hospital's Ken Berger lays down a bunt left, in sacrificing a
Who's got the Indian sign on who in the City League?? runner in the final game of the station intra-mural playoffs, taken by the Hospital crew. Ordnance-
r Since Jax Navy entered the league in the second half of play, Gunnery catcher is ready to receive the pitch. On the right O & G centerfielder Dunn is being retired -
1 to 3, pitcher Paul Oaks to first sacker Sparks. Hospital won the fray and the station diadem
Terminal Railroaders
4 no one has beaten the league leading I 10-4.
"I", except the locals. As it stands now Terminal is in first place, _

two and a half games ahead of Jax Navy, which is resting '

I" in the second spot. 'Alert Hospital Nine Grabs'jSecond

r. It's like the majors in one sense of the word. Terminal

meets these lower division clubs and knocks them off. They

have met Navy four times and the locals have: set the leaders Intra-Mural TitleBehind

back twice. When Navy tangles with a lower club they may

g r have an off night and drop one, but when they meet Terminal
they play heads-up ball. The lower division clubs raise hob the steady hurling of pitcher Paul Oaks, Naval

with Navy but when it comes to taking the leaders they, Hospital, National League champions annexed the station
can't do it. Softball title for the second straight year by swamping Ord- Who Are Maior'sOldest

The locals meet Terminal possibly once or twice more nance-Gunnery last Thursday 10-1, on the Power Plant diamond -

and: with three games behind, the lower division clubs like I PitchersTo
will have to win the leaders and Navy must Although he allowed the Gunners .
Downing over 11 safeties, Oaks was in first on shortstop ONayo's error show just how quick
take the lower clubs to put the sailors in contention. Terminal very little trouble as he went the scoring Croweil. on the draw these NAS Jax
has a record of 12 wins and two losses. These losses have full seven innings for the Medics, Hospital scored twice in the
ben at the hands of Navy. Is Navy the only club destined to counting for two of the winners second and twice in the fourthto sports addicts are, the Jax
10 boost their lead to 6-1. Ord- News received the correct
beat: Terminal ?? runs.Hospital Scores Early nance-Gunnery threatened in the answer to last week'sSports

It's A Fine Ball ClubIt In the initial frame, Hospital fourth when Oaks was tagged for Quiz before the

took the lead by scoring two two runs on three singles and a paper
seems only fitting at this time to mention and give a'patontheback' runs
double by Crowell, making the was actually
as Earl Schentzler and Ken Ford
to the Jax Navy baseball aggregation which
reached first on walks, Dupont I count 63.Hospital's. uted.Of .
has come a long way since the early part of the season. Jax Smith walked advancing the big inning came in course the winner "hunch .
Navy got off to a bad start. On June 11 it had a record of 16 runners to third and second. the fifth when Medics sent nine ed" a little by calling to inquire -
wins and 23 losses, seven games below a .500 average. When Gary Walsh reached first on an men to the plate, four runs scor- what the question was
error scoring Schentzler and ing on two hits and two Gunner for the week, before seeingthe
Navy entered the Southern Area tourney the record
The threatened
Ford scored on a fielder's choice. errors. gunners paper. He had the answerin
showed 35: wins against 27 defeats and two ties, meaning the Bouncing back, the Gunners, again in the sixth as they tagged a few short minutes. If !a
locals had dropped only four games since June 11, while they American League champs who Oaks for three more hits in a fellow takes that: much inter-
were winning 20. Since the tournament, and at the time lost several key men just before last ditch rally but managed to est in the contest-he gets our
+-.------ tally only once. bouquet of the week.
this article was written the local nine shows a record of 37 1----
Paul Oaks was the winning Airman Don Watson of VP5 -
wins, S2: losses and two ties, two games above a .500 average. Tars Clash pitcher, allowing four runs on I is the man on the ball who

Coach Frank McCaffrey is pleased with the showing of 11 hits. Clark was the losing pit- provided the correct answer to ..
liLs squad and the staff of the Air News agrees with him. cher, giving up 6 runs four hits last week's querry "what pit-
With leaders and five bases: on balls. He re- cher holds the modern major
We woukl like to take this opportunity to compliment the lieved Hammac in the third who league record for the most

boys for their fine play and outstanding sportsmanship atti- I Jacksonville's Tars move to allowed four runs no hits and bases on balls given up in a
tude on the playing field. In spite of continued lack of sup the Greater Beaches stadium tonight six bases on balls. i season". .
port and poor crowds at all the games the sailors have for their series finale with The final championship fray The answer to that one is.
the Savannah Indians. The was the climax to a highly suc- Bob Feller of the Cleveland
played heads-up ball. A few turn out for the some for gameat
games the beach gets under at cessful intramural softball cam Indians who issued 208 walks
all home games. On their own time, a couple boys have taken 2015. \ way paign. Hospital compiled a record in 1933.
evening trips with the club. Why for the simple reason they ; Fighting to get out of the cellar of 17 wins and one loss to Watson thus wins two free
have confidence in the team and just plain like baseball. Theseason's the Tars take the Macon win the National League diadem passes to a pair of Jax Tar
while the Gunners topped the home the weekly
Peaches in a 3-game series begin games -
about over, but there are still a few home games so. ning here Friday. American League with 14 wins prize given to all winners.

i let's turn to and give the boys some support and witness I In this present home stand the and one loss. Ten teams were entered This week's question is not
in the National, while six if read
some good baseball. I Tars are up against the loop'sNo. too difficult you the
1 and fought it out in the American daily sports pages.
clubs. The Peaches I
Majors In Th? Service '
League. "Who are the two oldest pit-
Remember a short while ago we mentioned Commissioner have been in a terrific slump I chers (in age) pitching in the
A. B. Chandler's words about the Majors not being af- while the Indians have been Gabby Street former major major leagues today."
fected the draft law? Well Curt Simmons gaining ground steadily. j league catcher, says that stealing Bring in your answers to
by ace southpawfor
It will be the final appearanceof signals is an "Old" trick. He the Jax Air News offices,room
the Philadelphia Phillies is the first to trade in his both Savannah and Macon in. once caught a man stealing sig- 123 and 125, main administration
flannels for khaki Simmons was well on his way to a 20-game Jacksonville this season. All i nals by using hand signals from building or phone exten-
winning season when his Guard unit was called and will def night games start at 2015. behind a whiskey sign in right I sion 8181 or 216.Knickelvine.
Ford singled reached 'I field. The center of the letter
be missed the Phils who seeking their first I
initely by are
the' playoffs scored in the bottom "O" in the word "Old" on the
pennant in 35: years.Commissioner half of the first when Crowell whiskey sign had been cut out I I Added
s Chandler says the majors will not be affected reached first on a fielder's choice, for the vantage point. .
'. but we see now where the commissioner has revived ---- To Coaching Staff

the old National Defense List rules for all players entering Softballers Newest addition to J a.ll:
military service. This 'law' protects the player by retaininghis Varsity Drop Navy's coaching staff for the

status with his respective club upon entry into the ser 1950( gridiron squad is Cmdr.
vice. Harry Knickelvine. The new
coach is helping with line
It's Over Yonder Contest To Green CoveJaxNavy's coaching duties along with

For the benefit of those who have been slightly be- Dave Barksdale.
wildered the Rebel of have this Knickelvine is the new Com-
over 'yonder' we varsity softballers became the 28th victimof Nab-6 Operations Officer anda

to offer as explanation. the Green Cove Springs Bullets in the first game of the veteran grid star. During his
; Seems that a group of kids were playing a ball game ina Sixth Naval District Southern Area Softball tournament college days, Knickelvine

big field on the edge of town one day and on the team at Monday night as the Bullets, with a record of 27-0, defeatedthe played with the University of
Wisconsin and since
bat was a Yankee boy. A long fly ball went over the leftfielder's locals 4-0. service has played joiningthe
on various
foul into the weeds.
head service teams. Last
The local softballers were sla- sea
The'little Rebel left fielder was scurrying around look ted to play Parris Island Marines Green Cove scored their first son he coached the football,
ing for the ball when the Yankee hollered, "Go back ten feet. Tuesday night at Green Cove's tally in the fourth when Brooks squad at Quonset Point.
counted for
That's right now go to your left about five and come back Jarvis Field in the second and stop Kimes number single one Tony on short Nix, .
this way a little." The little guy in left was all but standingon all important game to the Jax pitching for Jax Navy limitedthe .

his head looking for the darn ball when the Yankee boy Navy sailors. At press time, results bullets to one hit in the fifth, Along with the Washington
again started giving directions. 'No, no, you're going the were not available, but another but in the sixth allowed the I Griffiths, the Chicago Comiskeysand
loss for the locals would Green Cove sailors three tallieson
the St. Louis DeWitts the
wrong way again. Go back to the right ten feet and turn to snuff them out of the three team, three hits. Macks are one of the few teamsin

your right about five and it should be about there" He double elimination tournament, Nix was charged with the loss, major league baseball with-
practically drew a picture. Again the left fielder was stymied. made up of teams from Green giving up seven hits, four runs out the backing of some huge out-
About this time one of the Rebel boys hollered to the land.Cove, Jax-Navy and Parris Is and six bases on balls in the six side fortune. Only the White
innings he worked. Paul Moon Soxunder the Comiskeyshave -
little out fielder and said "Hey Harry, it's over yonder, Bullets pitcher Rowley gave up came on in the seventh, relieving remained as long{ as the A's .
pointing out the general direction. With this the little Rebel two hits, a single by Jax Navy s Nix, and blanked the Bullets. under a single family group.; I'.
left fielder turned around walked to the spot and came up Jack Smelly in the second and a Rowley, Green Cove hurler dis- Connie Mack organized the As
with the lost ball. Confusing?? You said it. He couldn't findit triple by third sacker Sparks in playing masterful form was with the financial support of
the third. These( were the only credited with the win, limiting Benjamin ]i', Shibe in 1901, and
without 'yonder'. According to the Air News Editort this safeties of the ball game for the the locals to two hits no runs I the two families have operatedit

actually happened. :B t, locals. and three bases on balls. ever since.i. .

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Close Cop

o... y t In City League Race

Jax-Navy's baseballers: narrowed the margin in City

League competition over the past week by dumping last place

Downing 9-4 and 5-1 in a double-header last Thursday, boost-

flt ing them within two and one half games of the league leading / -
Terminal Railroaders. .

t Taking to the road, the locals
tagged Arco of Brunswick for a again in the fifth when the
10-3 win last Friday night. The Southsiders' third sacker McDuffie -
locals tangled with third place was charged with obstructionat
Hardage & Sons last Sunday and third, allowing hurler Joe
dropped an 8-6 decision when Gushanas to score. Gushanas had
Hardage catcher Don Poston lineda rounded third and headed for
.1. two-run homer in the ninth home when Coach McCaffrey
frame. called him back. McDufie blocked -

44 Tonight the sailors take on the baseline, which is rightfully
4 it first place Terminal in another the runner's. "Gus" was

.. .4sdY3661C. .wi. 'Yi'i' 6r.iw.ld. '. ...... .r.-. crucial City League game that safe getting back to third and
.1 T0'.fk. .. d. _..,::Air : ..; .... ... was postponed from Tuesday was then ruled into home for

GRID ASPIRANTS-Coach Dick Gantr, right lectures a hefty batch of backfield candidatesfor night A win for the Railroaders] McDuffie's obstruction.
I' r the Jax-Navy 1950 squad before sending them through their training grind. The locals face the would virtually wrap up the sec: Lynn McKelvy scored the tie.
I toughest grid schedule since the war jears. ond half of city play Friday ing run for Hardage in the 'Sixth
Navy tangles with the Atlantic after reaching first on a error,
Coast Line Red Sox in an exhibition moved to second on a sacrifice
Il- Al-fjavy! Links Gridders Don Full Ceol fray at Waycross and came home with the run
Next Sunday Navy meets fourth that knotted the count 6-6 when i
I place R. C. Motors at Mason White singled. Both Gushanas ,
Meet Cancelled; field and on Tuesday close the Morton set the next hitters in the
team schedule seventh and eighth down in ordei
service with the
\ ., As Practice Speeds Up Warner-Robbins Air Force nine with no one reaching base.

c Also AllServiceScheduled here Hardage and Sons play a In the fatal ninth inning, Gus-.
I return engagement with Navy as hanas fanned White, first baseman
the training Coach Dick Garver sent
Stepping up pace,
the two meet at Glen Myra a Gilmore doubled to right
to have been
his 1950 gridiron candidates through rugged practice, including week from today. and Poston slammed the 1-2
played last week at Pensacola, Hocking and plenty of hard driving on Mason Field Homer Beats Navy pitch into right field for a round

the All-Navy Golf finals were I over the past week, as the ,gridders: continued their quest for Don Poston, Hardape and Sons tripper, scoring Gilmore aheadof
cancelled at the last moment, starting berths the Ja\-Navy catcher rapped a 317 foot ]line him. The locals threatened in
thus putting climaxto on squad. drive homer down the right field their half of the ninth when Tib.
an early Garver reported that he would line in the top half of the ninth bet walked with one out, but
golf competition through. not cut the squad a-s Coach Don Other new huskies out for inning with first baseman Gil- Gushanas hit into a double playto
out the Navy. Jacka did last year. Several new practice are Joe Mitt, 220-pound more aboard to break a 6-6 tie end the fray, 8-6.
men have reported for practice potential tackle. Mitz played taco and win for Hardage, 8-6, in Sunday's Bill Morton the
The All Service meet slated for i kle at NAS San Diego last sea was winning
and there are plenty of good
Fort Benning the latter part of son and made quite name for City League encounter at pitcher, allowing six runs on
prospects on the field, the coach "
Mason Field. hits and three bases
this month has also been canceled himself. hard seven on
Battling for the
said. The mentor has been devoting
The win for Hardage boosted balls. Gushanas
Pressure of duties was charged
military center position is J. A. Owens,
much of the time ironing out their city loop interests to within
the loss.
with He
plus restrictions in transportationhave out for the first time. gave up eight
caused the early halt to golf I wrinkles in plays and introduc- one game of the locals, who runs on 10 hits, allowed five
flay, throughout the services. ing new ones for the men to run. Coach Garver failed to com- I are resting in second: place. free passes and fanned five.
Although many of the candi- ment on any individual candi- Where Jax Navy's biggest wor-
Two of Jax Navy's top golfers, dates are backfield hopefuls dates, but some have been outstanding I ries before Sunday's rested Win Over Brunswick Nine
Tony Grego and Bill Foulk, who will shifted line. in sessions. game Jax Navy piled up 10 runs on
. ...... many be to the practice with the league leading Terminal .
hits Arco of Bruns.
only a short while ago finished Chuck Rhodes, a tailback return- Battling hard for the line posts nine, they now are being 11 to trounce
junner-up and third in the South ing again this year, Buck Doming are Joe Sinko, All-Navy guard plagued by the Southsiders who wick last Friday night 10-13 be-
Central Golf Meet were slated to also back from last season for several seasons; Jack Duncan, now have a mathematical chance hind the 7 hit pitching of right
compete against top golfers in along with Curly Penyak, who back from last season and trying of winning the second half of hander Bob Becker.
the All-Navy finals at Pensacola. was out several davs last week hard for a wmgman post with the City League. The locals jumped to an early
, .. In qualification matches for with a bad leg and Gordon Kent, newcomer Mike Ciminero; J. A Hardage opened the scoring in three run lead in the opening
places on the Sixth Naval Dis- halfback on the 1949 Jax-Navy Owens, first year out, but look- the first when Gene White frame and stayed out front all
trict team at Pensacola a week eleven, are meeting tough oppo- ing good and Mitz, formerly with singled and Poston lined the the way. Bonomo walked to open
before the South Central Meet, sition in new candidates. San Diego. Trying for wingback first of two doubles for the afternoon the fray, Webb reached first on..
Grego led the field of 32 golfersto posts are returnees Curly Pen- an error, Bonomo going to second
George Norman, a new man I to score White. Navy jumped Clark went down swingingand
cop first place and Foulk fin- trying for the quarterback post, yak and Gordon Kent. into the lead in their half of Tibbet singled, scoring Bo..
ished third, assuring JaxNavytwo looks good so far and with Navy The local gridders open the the first on singles by: Dick nomo and Webb. Gushanas was'
posts on the Sixth Naval Dis- employing a "T" formation, Nor 1950 season September 24 against I. Clark and Ray David with the hit by a pitch and David reached
trict team, entered in the South man might prove vital both on Fort Bragg. It is the first time added help of an error by third first on a fielder's choice, scor
Central Meet. offence and defense. Garver said since 1948 these two have met |! sacker Ossie McDuffie, Jthe first ing Tibbet for the third markerfor
that Norman is a fair passer and The locals dropped the opener to I six for the afternoon. Navy.
1 I works fairly smooth in the quarterback the Army eleven, the only loss I I The lead see-sawed back and I The sailors tallied four in the
r\ m1M slot. of that season. forth and Navy took the lead second with the help of singlesb

SH0 > McSparin, Bonomo, Clark,
--- Tihbet and a triple by Chuck
I i :'--- q Y w Webb to boost the lead to 7-0.
I Arc scored in the third and
:I CH Pc ninth while Navy scored againin

"."' ,", ." '- the fourth and seventh to
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was the winning pit-
.. Hottest woman golfer on the it s ; t + s. 4t"8d1 cher, giving up three runs on
these days Dale Conner aar.
course is seven hits and no bases on balls.
During the past week she Navy Over Downing Twice
had a round of 87, with a score i aeidke ct 2 yralsaaav0 Jax Navy swept both ends ofa
of 40 on the front and 47 on the double header with Downingin
back nine. Her score for the front City League action at Glen
nine is the lowest score ever recorded Myra last Thursday night win-
by a woman golfer on the \ ning 9-4 in the opener and 5-1 in
NAS course. Other women golfers 1 the nightcap
showing improvement are, Chuck Webb copped the lime
Alexis De La Mater and Virginia light in both frays by pitchingthe

Herndon. opener and limiting Downingto
five hits. In the nightcap he
Rear Admiral Frank T. Ward, Ik\r homered in the fifth with one on
former Chief of Staff to Com- 1ja to break a scoreless tie and put
FairJax, paid a visit to the course the sailors: on the road to victory.
last Friday. He played with Jake Duvall pitched the final
Rear Admiral Montgomery, game for the locals and allowed
..... Cmdr Weber, and Cmdr. Turner. only four hits Duvall pitched a
While stationed here Ad- shutout until the last inning
mtrnl; Ward was considered one when he gave up one walk which

of Jax-Navy's. better. golfers.. : v scored. on a double to right center "

Jack Harvey, station Pro, is on : Dick Clark, who has played: a
vacation in Massachusetts. Jack \44_ brilliant game all season at sec-
puts in many long hours at the ond base, was at his usual spot in
course and this vacation has been t + the opener, but went behind the
well)) earned He will be back Au- plate in the final fray to catch
gust 22. Everyone is looking for- when Harry Stinson was benched
ward to his returning with a bruised hand.
Webb was credited with the
The NAS course is in excellent win in the opener and Duvall In
. .1 shape these days. To really ap- INTRA-MURAL CHAMPS-Hospital's speedy Softball combine copped the NAS intra-mural I the nightcap. Webb allowed four
preciate the fine care it receives, softball crown for the second straight year, downing Ordnance-Gunnery in the playoffs. Membersof runs on five hits, walked five
try playing on some other coursesin the championship club are front row, left to right, Ken Ford, Dunont Smith, Horace .Anderson, and struckout four. Duvall allowed -
this area and notice the difference and Gary Walsh. Middle row Don King, Vernon Westwood, Sam ONayo, Earl Schnet7ler and only one run on four hits,
Ernie Livingston. Back row, Harvey Oaks, Paul Oaks, Ken Berger, John Moon and Nelson Tudor, I walked four and struck out eightIn
.x.---- coach. winning the final tiltf'1 .

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INSPECTION AT GREEN COVE-The mothball fleet at Green Cove Springs got a' close inspection last week from Vice Adm.
Jp a ,1n Oscar C, Badger, Commander, Eastern Sea Frontier and his staff. Admiral Badger steps out of his plane, left, at NAS Jax: before
motoring to Green Cove. The inspecting party views the lifting of the protective gun-shield aboard one of the vessels in center photo.In .
right photo Rear Adm. Oliver Read, deputy commander, Eastern Sea Frontier, left; Admiral Badger, center; and Capl. Chauncer
Moore, Commander Florida Group, Atlantic Reserve Fleet, watch the progress of the dr-mothballing program.

a WeekendWinqTatk I Umpires Are Sometimes Called Upon

; K I To Solve Puzzles Such As TheseThe

baseball umpire must -- -

CLASSIFIED / not only know the rules by AIHI
from heart, he must also be able to
.j I
BULLETIN read between the lines, at
times, to reach the right deciI I I
NlIRTUMarine sion. Take this hypothetical
2 Rm. apt and 3 rm cottage furn,, is
apply at Iron Ketle, Mrs. .ArsItn Fighter Squadron VMF-144, Corsairs and pilots, left St. Louis leads New York, 3 I I
+ 2521 Orange Park. Monday for Cherry Point, N. C., for four days of intensive training to 2, in the fifth at the Polo
9 rm. house, unfurn., 1307 Mur- ''I for air ground support. Marine flyers, under the command of Major Grounds, with the Giants at'I I
ray Drive. Pho. 83830. Thomas Mobley of Orange Park, will devote most of their time on I bat. The first batter up swingsat
5 rm. turn house, Mrs. Wroten, I rocket and dive-bombing attacks on "enemy" troops, allowing the a curve, but barely nicks the I f
N. Firestone Rd. 2-0396. 'ground forces to move forward. ball. It hits the ground and proceeds
3 rm apt. furn. Mrs. Hildebrandt, I' The Squadron is entering its i to trickle down the first-
'4 312 Chelsea St. 7-7028. I second week of maneuvers and : Reerve, Congressman George A. line in foul territory. The bat. j ,
5 rm. house, Mrs. Hogan, 4831 already the pilots have broken Smathers, Florida's Democratic ter breaks for first with Cardi
Plymouth St. Ph. 2-6948. all previous records in strafingand Senator-elect. Before the Korean nal Catcher Del Rice right be- 69i

},,, 6 rm. brick bungalow, furn., Mrs I dive-bombing attacks. The situation, he had planned to go hind him.
Tenny 5132 San Juan Ave, Ph. ground personnel have been handicapped on annual maneuvers with the As they race the ball beginsI i
:2-4600. I by a shortage of main squadron, but due to pressing{ du- I to swerve toward fair ground.It .
2 rms. furn. Mrs. Huston, 2601 i tenance men, but they have nevertheless ties in Congress, was unable to is only an inch inside foul -x-
Pack St. Ph. 82770. worked long hard hoursto get away. He was taken on tour territor"' when the batter, sens Ladies
{'' 4 rm. house on Normandy Blvd.C. I maintain a high plane avail. of the Squadron and was well ing there will be plenty of ; AuxiliaryOf
H. Matthews, NormandyMotel I ability I II pleased with the fine reception time to get a fair ball to first
Ph. 8-1195. VMF-144 had a surprise visit I given him by the members of base for the out, deliberatelykicks FRA Selects
6 rm turn apt., Mrs. J. Rainer I Saturday from a fellow Marine VMr-144.IT. the ball toward the I
915 Talbot St. Ph. 2-5874. stands.
2 rms. with board, Mrs. Smith, 1\\ "BIG JIM" ROBINSON The Cards claim the batter ; Slate of OfficersMrs.
2604 Post St., Ph. 7-4532. V set a new record in gunnery frac- II I should be declared out for interference -
2, tour rm. apts. furn., Neil tice, scoring 69 hits out 0
I but the Giants con- Joyce Hanley was unar
Smith, 2978 Riverside Ave. Ph. e : tries for the target sleeve. I I tend, "You can't call him out imously elected as Secretary of
8-5325 The stork flew over Jackson I for interference on a foul ball. Unit 91 of The Ladies Auxiliaryof
3 bed rm. apt., 2816 Doric St. Ortega i --.::. ville August 9th and dropped offa I I If you were the umpire, how The Fleet Reserve Association!
Mrs. Passaretti, Ph. 2- i iI iI 6 pound 3 ounce baby girl to : would you rule? to replace Mrs. Gladys Repice at
0839. Pfc and Mrs. Olen L. Henry, I the
'aaua.iajJalufoa regular monthly meeting
1 bed in Avondale Mrs. 1350 Cumberland Road.
rm. They
o o U.JJq JUtn PilI "I'! Pall0Jatey Monday evening Aug. 14 in the ,)
Lewis, 3694 St. Johns St. Ph. have named her Karen Sue. .
}qua l111q' aql leg; -JAil Cumberland Road Community
28587. T'Sgt. John Alexander is anxious ,' _MOt( JUII.Jq!! Plnoqs aJldwn Center. Mrs. Hanley was previously .
25 ft. Metal House Trailer See I to get back to the beach to'
ill( 'lI11q 1no pus .11111 1If uaaMlaq a member of the Board of
S. C. Holcombe, 755 Yukon I take over his duties as debit agent Directors.Mrs. .
I I uoiJUsip! | oujeuj nlltw ill'u
Trailer Park. for Prudential Life Insurance .
TRRf F1CVIOLA710 I II I sql! ppj ai|| uo P.JJ'p.JId"I
II Mary FranceWilc7.ew. kl :
1 rm. convenient to NAS, Mrs. Company Pfc. Howe Q. Wal-
I uOJp.J.J..dJ"Ju! ilnh"1 JOftl\l(
was in turn elected as a memberof
Lee Schultz, 1447 Avondale lace has spent his off time estab-
I I ,;nq tUI! OJ 3uuun4| !lIq".I.JU
I the Board of Directors.A .
Ave. Pho. 2-5930. lising a beach head over at the
i, sue
-Ul1W >
1 bedrm. in Avondale, Mollie Forty-four motorists at NAS WAVE Recruit Barracks ul| s stl v st3alJapJo I discussion was held at the
puoo inq auj
Hertzman, 8-9192. I were apprehended by station po- (Late News Flash) That Old birdhas ... | : meeting on the resolutions to be
Single & double rms., Mrs. Abbie i lice for traffic violations during been in the vicinity again voted on at the National Con
Juunq .16
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1628 Challen Ave. Ph. of Ut Lt. } .IJUv vention to be held at Long
Somers, the period August 814. stopping at the home .
I 'uqtv
jno "I! .UP.q V.. 'hrd u,
25008. I Illegal Parking-J. A. Jones and Mrs. James H. Massey, 4300 'sXes I Beach, California September 1-
4 rm. apt. furn., Mrs. C. E. Hogg ADI; D. Hubert, AD3; F. J. Bur Lexington Ave. He left a 9 pound no S9\ni\ aqj jo Bgo'9 .UOIP.JS'J 4, It" was voted at the meetingto
JJsq) aq} Ileo-:
Ph. 21170. den, GM3; S. S. Tamuro, PRC; 8 ounce boy named Samuel Edwin hsuy send the delegate uninstructed.
1 rm. Near NAS. Mrs Knight, J. B. Rodgers, AD2; I. L. Cross, at 6 P. M. 14th. Lt. Massey is (Reprinted by secial permission Mrs. Paula Miller will leave
3154 DeMedici Ave. Ph. 2-5461. SN; J. M. Young ADC; N. K. Ordnance Officer for the Squadron. of the Saturday Evening I August 20 to represent Unit 91 ,
1 rm. furn. Use of home, 4508 Nicholson, Sgt; D. L. Boldrim, Post). Copyright 1950 by the at the Convention. She will also
College, Miss Newman, Ph. 8- ADC; H. M. Craft. AD2; W. P. Curtis Publishing Company. I carry the proxy vote of Unit 117
< 6634. Kellam, AO2; Lcdr D. M. Wheat; G. Hester ADAN; Lcdr. T. H. of Orlando, Florida. Mrs. Milleris
Rm. and Board at Five Points. Ensign C. A. L. Swanson; Lt. Abbott; Ensign W. O. Smith; J, TheatreGuide i a nominee for the National
Mrs E. Burroughs, 1605 Good (jg) W. F. Nelson; and W. A. Maroney and L. S. Lewicki, Board 'f Directors and National
win St. Ph. 84701. I AN. Publicity chairman.
Furn corner rm. 2505 RiversideAve. Ensign E. F. Liebtag; Lcdr. R. Obstructing 'I'rdflc-J. R. Lee. Those initiated and welcomedinto
Mrs. Stanley, Apt, 3, Ph. F. Hofer; Lt. R. C. Gibson; En- Faulty Equipment: H Ham- the auxiliary were: Mrs.
81309. sign R H. Foster:* CMACH L. J. mond. SN.Multiple. Faye Bauch, Mrs. Margaret Duncan .
3 rm apt. furn. Mrs. Scruggs, 2- Ferrell; Midn. C. L. Axell; B. Offl'nses-Lt. (jg) J. Thursday, August 17 Mrs. Clara Warner, Mrs.
3771. I M. Underwood; M F. Coon; E. E. P. Moorer: J. Waldron, AO1; 2nd "Fifty Years Before Your Harriet Ann Alford Mrs. AnnaB.
Bedrm. and bath. Mrs. Sevier I Speeding-Ensign H G Zim- Lt. O. B. Peatross; R. L. Pre- Eyes"-Documentary Report. Heagley, and Mrs. Margaret
2844 Corenthian Ave Ph. 2- merman; C. O. Touchon AN: E vatt; Lt. (jg) J. R. Geary; D. Friday, August 18 Owens.
3602. C Coffee; and J, A. Eisler Shemer: W H. Barge; and D. E. "Underworld Story"-Dan Dur- Reinstated members were: Mrs.
Bedrm., kitchen priv. 4416 Mar- Failure to Stop for SignB.. Dickerson yea and Gail Storm. Mary Frances Wilc/.ewski and
quette Ave. Mrs. Brenner. Ph. --- --. Saturday, August 19 Mrs. Mary: Bradford. Mrs.: Brad.
29719. "Kiss in the Dark"-David I ford is a Charter Member. Mrs.
S rm house at Lakeshore, 4526 '' 'a N C Z fi Niven and Jane Wyman. Marion Leary and Mrs. Lucile
Manchester Rd. Ph. 6-2571. N Sunday, August 20 I lacfjinto; were appointed Color
4 rm furn apt. Mrs. E. J'. Har- "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye"- Bearers by the President.The .
ring. 627 Addison Ave Ph.1- James Cagney and Barbara Pey regular meeting September
3248. -Z: ton. 11, will be postponed until
3 Bedrm. furn house, 4648 Timu- Monday, August 21 September 18 so that a report on
quana Rd. Chief Fussel "Prowl Car"Mark Stevens the-convention can be made.A .
FOR SALE and Edmund O'Brien. year's dues was won by Mrs.
5 rm. house at 4511 ManchesterRd. Tues Wed, August 22-23 Catherine Matthews and Mrs.
Mrs. Knopp. Ph. 85659. "Petty Girl"Robert Cum- Grace Schneider received a gift.
2 Bedrm. house on Lenox: Ave. mings and Joan Caulfield. Mrs. Grace Sandefer won the
xr Robert Simms, Ph 82469. ':--'x- membership prize for the month.


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Hill. References. Ph. 2-5427. ____ H#_ x,
Baby-Sitter Jeanette Stewart TO;___._
J147B Allegheny St. NAS.x MMM-SMELLS PRETTY-Milady always likes to look her
best and to look her best she needs all the essentials, including
"Drinking make you look good face powder, rouge lipstick: and that little touch Df perfume.
beautiful." Mr!*. Robert Oreher and her guest Mrs. Ruby Verdes visit the
"But I haven't been drinking." cosmetic counter at the Navy Exchange: where there are bargain

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