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' I THE PENS ACQLA JOURNAL, StflSTDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21, 1919. 5 WAUIB. ? . STOCKHOLM NBXTr STOP- GAMES Ni-KeA.ov I --3011 as V X PCI I tK 1 LMOT STOP 1 3 HAVB AHV . WHAT IP H&'O HIT TORN TAW-E ?. WATCH "DOC OK VtHl-L GET x- .... aers -see VOOR "PER Ml"" TO 0"SB T?ONNI JSfl S3 ,r J V CET OOTTA 7 f . , .V- And Egg. So High. A A FELLOW TRAVELER JAVY OFFERS TO TRAIN RATINGS MACHINISTS, PRINTERS, PAINT ERS AND MANY OTHER SPE CIAL BRANCHES WANT MEN TO ENLIST. Recruiting for the navy in the state cf Florida is under the command of Lieut.-Comdro J. W. Hayward, U. S. X., with the main office in the Bar r.ett building, Jacksonville. This main office was opened on November 29, 1919. With Lieut.-Comdr. J. W. Hay ward, U. S. N. are Lieut, A. C. Thomp son (Medical Corps) and Ensign A. "W. McMahon of the aviation service. The enlisted force of the main station at Jacksonville are J. T. Henne3seys chief electrician; I A. Hughes, chief yeoman; A E. King, chief yeoman; J. C. O'Brien, ensineman 1st class; T. J. Partain, chief pharmacist's mate -J H. B. "Weaver, electrician 1st class. Sub-stations have been opened at Tampa with C. M. Hickok, chief boat swain's mate and W. F. Lohman, chief electrician In charge; at Ocala with M. J. Coady, chief electrician, in charge; and at Orlando with J. L Greenwell, chief machinist mate and C. W. Rippetoe, chief electrician in charge. Lieut-.Comdr. J. "W. Hayward, U. S. X. hopes to visit most of the cities and towns of Florida in the near fu ture in interest of advertising and re cruiting for "Uncle Sam's", first line of defense. , Men between 18 and 35 years of age, weighing 128 or over, who are citi zens of the United States, of sound mental and physical condition, good moral character, and able to read and wr!e the English language are want ed for the navy. , Men can now enlist for two, three of four years, with pay ranging from S32.)0 for apprentice seamen and landsmen, to about $145 per month for chief petty officers,' with board, lodg 'n? and medical and dental attention free. v;- . - ; Besides the seaman branch of the service, which embraces seamen, Quar termasters, turret captains and gun ner's mates, all of various class, the following trades, special and commis sary service, are obtainable: machin ist's mates, electricians, wireless and general, shipfitters, boilermakers, cop persmiths, blacksmiths, plumbers and fitters, shipwrights, sailmakers, water tenders, enginemen, firemen, painters, printers, yeomen (clerical duty), mu sicians, buglers, hospital corpsmen, cooks and bakers, practically all of various class. ' SIX MONTHS OF CELEBRATIONS PILGRIM FATHERS PLAN BIG TIME IN ENGLAND,' HOLLAND AND UNITED STATES. . New York, Dec. 29. The 300th an niversary of the Pilgrim Fathers, ten tative plans of which have just been announced here, will include celebra tions In England, Holland and the United States and will continue from May to December 1920. A four-day program , in Leyden, Amsterdam and Rotterdam, whence the Pilgrims sailed three centuries ago to the American wilderness where they might find "freedom to worship God," will start on August 30, when committees from the United States and England will be received at the university of Leyden. Addresses com memorative of the occasion will be de livered by scholars from the three countries, Including the rector of the university, Dr. Rendel Harris, of Man chester, .Eng., viscount Uryce and a famous American who has not yet been designated. The next day, August 31, the birth day of the Queen of the Netherlands, will Include, beside a congress in the town hall, a religious memorial service in the Pieterskirk p which the; Rev, John RODinson, who lea the separa- tionists from the Church of England (the Pilgrims) to Holland in 1609, was buried. One. of the features of the holiday at Amsterdam on September 1, will be a meeting in the Rljksmuseum, the unveiling of a memorial window in the Bagijnekerk and a reception. The next day there will be an aquatic pageant in, Rotterdam, the visitors traveling in the morning from Leyden to Delf tshaven, if possible, by boat along the way the Pilgrims went. Then there will be trips to the religious havens of Rotterdam, a memorial ser vice in the church at Delftshaven and at 7 p. m. the English and American contingents will depart for Southamp ton. - The celebration in England , will start in May, 1920, with meetings in Scroo by, the home of Robinson, Auster field, Boston and Sheffield. From Au gust 4 to September 20 there will be ceremonies in Cambridge, London, Southampton and other places, cul minatiner in the sailing of the new Mayflower, which will carry the re turning American committee and British and Dutch delegations who are to participate in the program on this side of the Atlantic. , Main events of the American cele bration will be "In Plymouth," Mass and Boston, where historical pageants will be held, : followed by a big re ception in New York. "Vice-President Marshall is honorary chairman of the f committee having the local program in charge. The foreign visitors will then be taken on a tour of the United States. On November 24, 1920, there will be a universal observance or Thanksgiving Day in England, Hol land and the United States. The aerial mail aervlce Is experi- mening with the delivery of mall by narachute. so as to avoid makin.t a landing. Their first trial was the dropping of a parcel poet packagefor Postmaster Merret O. Chance of Wash ington. D. C, containing a dozen eggs. Chance Is shown opening the package none of the eggs being broken. -r. 5 r sr 0 Prominent political leaders havs staot e aajfKcfeti 6a fop" 3SftKjl-n. Leonard Wood as presidential can didate of the republican party. The photo Rltow fltie hooo commiiffiee! kf t to right): Dudley Davis, "in charge of correspondence; T. E. Stone, his asfi4tj Siajc 0. K. Jxft wcrerlaarjr,, S n charge of the campaign la New York city, and Henry L. West, in charge o t WT&x&zaMem J . ; WINE AND WEATHER MAKE WET SUBJECT "There were 32 drunk3 In one place at one time on Palafox street tonight by actual, count of noses," was the statement made to the Journal over the telephone late last night by a man who said he had heard about the town "going dry." The sheriffs office was callett con cerning the report but no information was obtainable concerning the "party or any roudiness by its members, there fore the count is not vouched for a3 official. However, deviation to a dis cussion of the weather is always permissible-and from a weather stand point, at least, the town was "wet" SANDPIPER IN WITH SEAPLANES F-5 Flying Boats Will Be Over hauled Before Going South With Atlantic Fleet Five large seaplanes of the F-5 type iSrrTved- in Pensacola yesterday morn ing coming from x Tampa. One of the same type had arrived on Friday and the six will be here about three weeks during which time they will bo completely overhauled. They carry a crew of thirty men, three men and two officers to each boat. The boats travel with the U. S. S. Shawmut as tender and tho U. S. S. Sandpiper as auxiliary tender, the crews quartering on the Shawmut. The planes are fuelled and all repairs are made from the Shawmut and .Sandpiper, at sea or In port. Independent of air-stations. The Sandpiper ca'me In yesterday and the Shawmut is expected today. These machines are planes of the air detachment of the Atlantic fleet and the air detachment is operating with the fleet in active service opera tions. The (trip here was made directly from New York, and was entirely un eventful except for a northeast wind, about 43 knots, between Savannah and Fernandlno where low clouds forced low flying. The boats had been ordered to Savannah in connection with the southern comercial congress. . The trip from Tampa was tiresome, about four hours and ten minutes, through heavy fog and clouds. From here the detachment will go south on a trip with a fleet through the "West Indies to Trinidad, along the north coast of South America to Coloa. Panama and thence back to Guantana mo for operations with the fleet during regular winter manueuvers. Captain George W. Steel, Jr., squad ron commander and Lieutenant-commander Bruce G. Leighton are in com mand of the detachment. 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