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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 16, 1948
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Vol. 6-No. 36 16 December 1948
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: Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville And Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District

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Christmas Holidays Start Friday Jacksonville GroupTo


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18-Day Respite


From Muster : Employees Awarded Locate HousingA


For PersonnelThe 'Cash Prizes For SuggestionsA

-- new arrangement to assist naval personnel based in
total of 28 Naval Air Sta- -- ----
tion employees were the recipientslast C. A Deisber, W R. Fariar, H the Jacksonville area to obtain housing facilities was effected -
Christmas holidays be- Monday of cash awards tot- F. Bramblett E. H. Millm, T G this week with the Home Builders Association of
gin in earnest Friday as hundreds aling $1,160, for their contributions Aune M. F. Dressler, A. J, Luk- Jacksonville.

of Naval Air Station in the suggestion program, asewski, A. T. Drinkwater, J. W. I Under the new set-up personnel
personnel begin their special held in conjunction with the gov- Nolting and M. E Dunbar. desiring to procure housing facilities Jacksonville group will be performed

leave and liberty period which ernment-wide Beneficial Suggestion -II Public works men gaining I ashore, may apply to the at no expense to the indi-
Program. awards were F, E. Crews, Herbert Home Builders Association which vidual concerned Additional Infor-
extends until January 5. I Presentation of the suggestion Loyd, and J. L. Teasley will work in close cooperation with mation may be procured by call-
This year the period from the I awards to 25 Overhaul and Re- the station enlisted personnel of- ing extension 666.
end of working hours Friday Dec. pair workers and three Public fice. I I
17 until 0800 Jan. 5, 1949 is set Works employees was made by
for assistance lo-
Applications in
aside as special leave and libertyfor Capt. R 0, Minter, Overhaul and 81 Net AdvancesTo
cating quartets, stipulating the Team
those their annual officer his Inspection
taking trip Repair in office Mon- type, cost and location of housing

"ashore. day.The SupervisorsEightyone desired may be secured here at the j
: The yearly exodus will be divided suggestion program, con- enlisted personnel office building Bestows PraiseOn
into two periods The first ex- ducted nationwide at all government 954 These applications will be forwarded -
tends from 1600 Dec. 17 1948 until I installations, is an incentive civilian employeeswon to the Home Builders As-
0800 Dec. 27, 1948. and the second program in which employees offer promotions in grade to fill sociation in Jacksonville. Reserve UnitA
begins at 1200 Dec. 28, 1948 constructive suggestions regarding supervisory vacancies within the Utilizing the services of its
and concludes 0800 Jan. 5, 1949 All various problems on the station Naval Air Station Overhaul and
members the organization will attempt -
holiday leave, it has been announced and at the same time contributeto Repair department, it was revealedlast rating of "Outstanding" wa"rend..rt
to locate type of housing desired. -
will be charged against saving of money, material, and Friday by Capt R. 0, Minter, When it is found, the appli- > to Jacksonville Naval
accrued leavePersonnel betterment of morale. USN Overhaul and -
Repair department cant will be notified and an ap- Air Station Air Reserve Training
) who intend to travel Numerous Suggestions! officer. pointment will be made to show Unit following an inspection last
beyond 500 miles from Naval Air Individual awards made here Successful candidates received I him the house or apartment. All'' week by the official touring inspecting -
\ Station Jacksonville will be required Monday ranged from $10 to $275 promotions which were based on I transportation in connection with I Ii
to take the full leave period The highest check went to J. S, the results of a competitive examination i the inspection of these facilities party from the Chief: of
provided accrued leave is Fagan, Quaterman Metalsmith, for the vacancies being filled will be furnished by the downtown I Naval Air Training Office.
available. plans which led to the conversionof from registers certified by the regional association.: Representing five departments
During ,the special period, leave 50 ton division action director of the Filth Civil
a single With 119 agencies listed on its the special staff inspection team
-, may be granted to all other officer press to a double action press for Service Region. membership roll, the associationwill from NAS Glenview, Chicago,
and enlisted personnel at the dis- draw die work Previously to Fa- Leading civilian in the new setup execute all efforts to secure conducted thorough checks ot ad-
cretion of respective departmentheads I gan's suggestion, this important at Overhaul and Repair is Har- housing as quickly as possible The ministration, shops, equipment and.,
up to 50 per cent of eachdepartmen work was done on the outside, now ry A. Burn who steps up to Civilian new arrangement is expected to the condition of the unit's aiicratt.
at one time. Regular it is performed here within the Production Superintendent knock out black market and prof- Scores compiled at the conclusionof
leave, up to 10 per cent of departmental Overhaul and Repair department. (aircraft). Burn started his civil iteering, as far as naval personnel' the inspection indicated that
personnel, re-enlist- This year better than 500 suggestions service career some 30 years ago are concerned.All each department of NARTL' had
(Continued on Pie: 2)) have been submitted by as an apprentice in the Charleston. services rendered by the been graded highly, resulting titan
the employees of all S, C. Navy Yard.
departments ---- --- ---- over-all "outstanding" report
All employees of the base are eligible \ Others promoted with ratings Jacksonville "Weekend Warriors'
: Kiddies Await to participate While all suggestions considered as acting pending rou- ,i Saturday Shoot are rapidly earning tor
are not given cash tine approval of the Office of themselves an enviable reputation
'awards there are other means of dustrial Relations and the Offers Gobblers among Naval Air Reserve Training
In-I'
L. Xmas PartiesApproximately I recognition. Service men are also of At"ronautlcsVaahlngton, D. Units in the nation\ Recently the
;I. eligible to compete, but are not include Daniel R. Whiddon There a chance to get jour unit was awarded the Noel Dais
353 underprivileged entitled to cash awards. ter mechanic; Jerome F. Porwell. Cliri-tmas" turkey early this trophy when FASRON 158: was
youngsters from the nine or- Following are the Overhaul and Claude H. Cribbs Charles J. Han- year by getting into the annual adjudged the most outstandingFleet
phanages and homes in the Jack- Repair workers who received cash sen, Charles Hart and James W. turkey shoot to be sponsored by Air Service squadron in the
sonville area will be special guestsat awards for helpful suggestions: E. Hall, foremen: and seven quartermen the American Legion lot No. ; entire Naval Air Reserve Training -
the 1948 Naval Air Station par- T Dickinson, J. C Jenkins, M. A AMG; two quartermen AMM; 1S7: at San Juan and I.ak. .**hore command.
ties to be held Friuay, Dec. 24, at Moore, W L.. Mogel J. S. Fagan four quartermen metalsmith aviation I boulevard Saturday art ernonn. NARTU commanding officer
1330 B. Jackson, D. Jewell, J. F Mac- ; 35 ll"admgmen AMG; 10 Guns are slated to begin blaring Capt. Frederic W. Priestman an-
Ii' The annual affair tor the Navy | Cree, A. K. Taylor, W. C. Snead, leadingmen AMM; 14. leadingmen assay at the ..gnbbl......" at nounced that, at the annual inspection -
i. juniors from the Air Station, Na- 1: W. D, Estes, J. J. Sewell E. L. metalsmith aviation; and two lead- I !$<(><). Ammunition Mill be furnished in March, AdmiralKi.h--
val Hospital, Cecil Field and from Smith, L. T Martin, J. J. Weaver, ingmen toolmakers. at the scene of the shoot. aid F. Whitehead, chief of Naval -
the Fleet Air Squadrons, and I
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Air Reserve: Training will personally -
their unerprivileged guests will beheld
inspect the unit and
I pre-
in the Mainside auditorium
sent the Noel Davis trophy.
Colored personnel will hold their .
party simultaneously In Club 804 <. Heading the aircraft maintenan -
"I- Plenty of entertainment is in department of the inspection
.1 .| | store for the youngsters. Santa i tam was Comdi L. L. Woodruff,
. who will pay a special visit, will w,!ih Comdr. F. T. Hall as Supply
be officially welcomed aboard by < '<>i'ps leader Representing Public
commanding officer Capt. Alvin I \'\"irks was Comdr. H. E. Smith;
JIalstrom. Personnel Comdr B. W. Dunlop;
Clowns will entertain, colored and Welfare and Recreation, Lcdr.
f. movie shorts will be shown and V E Thompson. -

music will be provided by the Naval : k Ti help greet the inspectionsupon
Air Station band, while l the their arrival here wa
r Choir and audience join in singing a> w tt ...kend Willie," NARTU's animated -
x
i traditional Cluistruas carols : robot A creation of Mac-
J I:)<>nald J. Wiggins AET1, the ro-

1y << hot tually works
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: Christmas Trees -a.- i

f. Made Available { Special ServicesFor ,i


The Vuletlde spirit still prevailIn ,- Xmas EveThe ;
various departments and barracks -
throughout the at ationYtllli
the addition of Christmastrees f traditional Candlelight ser
c 0 \ i II >' at All Saints chapel will beheld
and all the decorations to 1
be Issued! today and Friday by p x f' ; Christmas Eve Doc. 24, at '
J245! : i 110.5: p.m.>, the Chaplain'soffice
the Naval Air station Welfare
has announced.A .
Department.In
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order to avoid confusion special program of Christmas
ir.' : and delay, It In requested that carols will be presented by the
: ** parties draw lug trees) and decorations GENUINE SMILES-Strengthened by the addition of seven men who were among the 81 successful Chapel choir, with Chaplain Ar-
i ft at the Main-tide auditorium candidate who won promotion last week to fill existing vacancies, these nine men comprise thur C. Boyer bringing; the Christmas
present a memo made the supervisory staff within the Naval Air Station's Overhaul and Repair department. front meditations.
out to the Welfare Departmentand row, left to right, Harry A. Burn who becomes Civilian Production superintendent, Daniel R. VUild- Chaplain Francis L. Albert will
signed by the division or de- I don. Harry Sauer, and U. f. Arnold Back row, left to right, Jantei II. hall, diaries O. Hart, Claude conduct the annual Christmas
irirtment head II. Cribbt Jerome F, Porwelt and Charles I, HanM! Communion service at midnight.


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Air News ,

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Telephone xtt'n'lon-818-l t MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
Andrew II. rianrj. K till or
!>.. Unuttl, ('hI" r* ch.Bfstaff 3: Movies: 14'eekdayw-1730 and 2000; weekends1480 and 2000. .
Uritfr ,1 THURSDAY
The JAX AIR NEWS If published "BELLE STARR'S DAUGHTER," starring; George Montgomery
weekly at the t". S, Naval Air Station .
Jacksonville Florida and printed and Rod Cameron
commercially with non-a ppropl'la l 'd l ttC FRIDAY

funds at no expense to the government) "COUNTESS OF MONTE CRISTO," with Sonja Heinie and Olga
and Incompliance with SecNav Circular
letter 45-1'JIS dated 12 December 1945 San Juan.
Copies ale distributed tree of chain SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
at the Naval Air Station the Naval l I "MAN FROM COLORADO", featuring Glenn] Ford and Ellen
Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Aux: I
BialY All Station, Cecil Field and the Drew.
U. S. Naval Hospital j I MONDAY

"MY DEAR SECRETARY," starring Lorraine Day and Kirk
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member or ,
the Ships' Editorial Association and Douglas.
the Aimed Forces Pies Service Re- TUESDAY AND 11'EINESDAY"LET'S
picductlon of material from these j LIVE A LITTLE," with Hedy Lamarr and Robert
sources" must bear a credit line Rt'pubJkallon ,
cif other matter, except by I Cummings,
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service publication U prohibited with.
out permission of Editor JAX AIR --- ----

r : Not-New Nuggets

NEWS.RECREATION
I This week we have torn

i more grand BUYS! cups and

saucers!--odd plates to fill In

ASHORE SALTY HUMOR FROM that kitchen china we are always -

l breaking. For Dad-some ..
HERE AND THEREBy
__ ,... .,..., excellent buys in shirts and .
titMaN ON I.IBKKTY: LOOK IT THE ._ .nlJl J ""' -_' L''''' JlII,3If, - SALVA'-'ON ARMY i We still have that
SERVICE MEN'S CLUB NKW l\IASCOT-Df''k..d in his hew Navy coat U P. Tallhook resisting man's advancesA "pingpongI
602 MKSr, ADAMS ST. maJf'MtI'all"un'f'Y" the "situation which finds him in his newly woman starts the game, I' Drop in and see its ex

Phone 4.2104Jacksonville appointed duty an official mascot of fighting squadron 83 of Air And by blocking his retreatingIs cellent condition -- really a

Fla. Group eight. Tallhook shown with master Ensign J. F. Wilsiewakl, how she ends the same. I grand buy.Tuesday.
is our only commisSion
Till'KSI. >.,\ DM't.MKKK: ; 16th took over last week-end am mascot for the visiting Maiden Mass., -
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Came night Recoid making special I IChi high school grldder In their Iralth Lee high at the Gator Howl.CHAPLAINS' One handed drivers are headedfor I sales day.Careful ___ _
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1.1 mas greetings, send jour voice
church. Some will walk down '
>ioirif. Handicraft clan Ii.FRIIIA .
the aisle others will be carried
\'. UJo't; :. IIU1( 17th74.1ETrip .
to the Zoo, repeat per I Mailing
foimane ] Hoisebaik tiding The F Hospital Short Conversation:

(5. I. Haxbuineis membership open. Sailor: "Hello "
Food and music around the campflie. Girl ; Nets r Expediency
: .
...ATI'RUAt'tolIua: : : 18th
Open House-Record makingparcelwrapping. 1 LCORNER Chatter Sailor: "Oh well"Half i In order to insure delivery on
Finish that Christmas gift
in the handicraft class 1930Club I time and in good condition, procedure -
yet I ty. TIlE BOOK OF ALL NATIONS I Leather and plenty of it Is'' a dozen sailors rapped on of mailing of Christmas

M SiIAi'. lJU't; lIn1t; 19th Ity Chaplain A, C. Boyer available now at Occupational' the pearly gates. parcels has been announced by the
Spend the dad with us. The Book of All Nations! Is not Therapy. Of the real tooling variety "What nationality" are they ? station postmaster's office. Close
JOCO I -Pancakes, "Americans.
14CO-Home Town Hour. this a presumptuous title ? How it is available in black shades adherence to the procedures! will
]7< -Vesper' Hour. can there be a book of all nations ? and two shades of brown. "Let them In. They'll apply fora expedite delivery of all parcels and
]HW> -Buffet Supper transfer in six weeks anyhow letters It has been
On first thought the idea seems Smiley Smith, veterans admin- pointed out.
30.JO: Date Time.MUMtAY. .
fantastic-men differ so m language istration patient has been pro- Christmas gifts have a sentimental -

m.CKMBKK lock customs, and backgrounds. gressing rapidly in the art of :, Pastor: "Tomorrow night the value beyond dollar and

I>1S30 e<'ratlon Bowline pari)'.party This In Is your the club-home Impossible as it may appear on leathercraft. The shop now resEmbles Chapel will have a chicken dinner cents, it is therefore doubly important -

way from home trim Christmas first reading the title, a thoughtful an art gallery with Pfc.J. I and a revival meeting. You are that parcels be adequately
1I4"**, help the hostess de oiate." Old and open-minded person will Huestis and C. P. Schrantz SA, all invited to come in for a wing packed correctly and legibly -

f. hlond refreshments. conclude that the Bible actually responsible for the pleasant at- and a prayer." addressed. The shortest time .

U.S TI'hsUAY,O. ; 'nlKht-, Jax DKCKMIJKR Roller; ; RInktwofor JU 18 "The Book of All Nations." This mosphere. Schrantz, who wields a expected for delivery from here 1a

the pikes of one Transposition does not mean that it is the pnnipal talented brush, has just completeda "I shall die unless you marryme five days to the eastern, southeastern -

leaves club at 19.TO In the Club- reading of all nations but water scene. Huestis a handyman !" he declared desperately till Gulf and middle west"

making Christmas, and music rehearsal, candy rather that it is the one Book with pastel chalks has completed she refused him. And sure enough, states Ten days are allowed fur

corn poppingWEINIMDAT that appeals to all people and is his work on the "fisher- he went out West! and after 72 shipment to the Far West andnorthwest.
: : UH'KMHKK lad
It's the read by all nations, and is potentially man." years, 3 months and 10 days, he .
night-Santa Claus
Is com. available on a world wide became suddenly ill and died. Suggestions Given
Ing H. town to \1.11filth us at the Sanders MMC has a real sur-
TURKEY SUPPER Traditional music cale. prise in store for his youngsterscome I Following are suggestions, tf
will be played. Gifts, favors and surprises To make the Bible the Book of followed which will speed delivery -
Sailor's
I Christmas time. He'llhave epitaph: "Do right and
are on tap for the e enlnK.HUUUAY All Nations, a great price has been and prevent possible damagePrepay .:
fear
I'R"'UChrh.tmlll a real cart on wheels that no man; don't write and fearno
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paid. Any man in any land who resembles a horse, complete with woman. postage fully on all
Eve will be celebrated by picks up a copy of the ScripturesIn matter. Addiess all matter plainlyand
candle light carol singing. Church
his own language whether it be completely In Ink giving
IltuI': 1f'Mclub at 2330 Christmas i "How old little
are
tiuy. If IIJ.1t'ntolth us, will be bright English or Chinese, should give you street address, box or rural route
bridle.HOBBY asked the bus driver. glr11"1
anti cheer to the sacrifices number and
thought of Christians zone number M
I I I "If don't mind" the
the blood of martyrs the SHOP you passenger known. If tags for addresses! arcused
Mark Antony made two famous replied "I'll full fareand
pay
oil of the translators, and gifts copy of senders and address
speeches.' One Caesar's keep statistics to "
was at funeral my myself.
of Bible-loving people which have NOTESA ees name should be placed Inside
when he said "I came hereto made possible this Bible. L the parcel for identification, In

bury Caesar, not to praise him." He who possesses a Bible must I'm all done with dames event the tag is lost.

The other was when he came intoCleopatra's pay the price of earnest study. We gigantic. Christmas Sale with They cheat and they lie. Pack articles carefully in strong

tent at midnight and do not actually own anything until prices cut on all articles will be 'They prey on us males durable containers use plenty of
raid 1 didn't come here to talk." we make it ours. Owning a Bible staged this week by the Hobby Until we die. shredded paper or excelsior for

means reading it every day. Shop sales department. They tease and torment us, cushioning. Wrap with heavy pap

memorizing whole passages and Included among the various They drive us to sin Il'r and tie with heavy twine. Do

Movie Company letting the message of the Book Hobby Shop material now on sale Hey look at the blondeThat's use shoe boxes. Articles likely '

peak' to us. Reading five chapters I are Roy Cox thimble drome racers just came In! I to spoil should be omitted. Size

Delivers ThanksA very Sunday, and three chapterson photographic paper a large num- of all parcels should not exceed

each of the other days of the ber of Handee tool sets, coin books A preacher walked into a tav-I 100 inches! in length and girth

note of thank and appreciation week, will take you through the and numerous other articles use ern in the course of his ) combined, with a weight limit of

has been delivered by Bible in a year. ful to the hobbyist. Ony a few of work, and ordered a glass of milk. 70 pounds

20lh On I 1I1f-"'0 x Film Corporation Bibles and other religious literature the drone racers are left. By mistake he was served an egg- Mailing Explained

to all officer and men are always available free of All personnel are invited to drop nog. After drinking it to the last I Parcels can be marked "Do not

participating In the filming of charge at the Chaplain's Office. in to view the bargains offered at drop he raised his eyes upwardand I open until Christmas" in order to

"Slattery'n Hurricane" in Miami Let's start opening and reading : the Hobby Shop located in build- was heard to say, "Lord, whata : encourage early mailing. Written

Sunday, nt"(' 5. our Bibles todav': ing 913. I Istoves j cow!" : greetings may be enclosed! with

Jacksonville Natal Air Sta- --- third or fourth class (parcel pot)

tion hand, along with the Marine Watch That TreeHolidays mall Books may bear similar

detachment of the local dedicatory inscriptions not of a
XaAir Itesene Training personal nature. Other written

Unit will appear in the film. I Call For Adherence To Safety additions subject the parcel to letter

The message in part reads: postage. Letters may be ate ...
"Assistance A little sadness sometimes mars --- --- -- ached to parcels and .
rendered NA- I .
by | -I postage paid
the of Christmas each radiators, and other sources 333 and learn the location of your .
joys In
KTH Jacksonville, Naval Air year addition to parcel rate. Both
I of heat. It should be secured nearest fire alarm box. I
and all
'atlonI: lam I and Natal Air' it comes about through I parcel and letter may be ad
Station band from J.i<'ksonvillegreatly \ neglect, carelessness and failureto against falling, preferably by taut In clubs, barracks or public dressed.
heed precautionary warnings.The ) inconspicuous wires, in a place builrdlngs make sure the exits are Christmas cards
Aerial be sent for
avprt''latf'd. parade station fire chief has issued where, if fallen, it does not blocka properly marked and accessible.The may
and medal ceremony In one-and-one-half cents each, un-
door or hallway. fire department should be
memorandum which lists
film conducted a sealed with return address.! They
Mere efficientlyand
hazards Open flame lighting on trees, notified when decorations are setup
information '
regarding will not be forwarded from
will\ tx one of the outstanding one
candles'are
stun as entirely un in barracks and other
places of
at this time of the
Mrnx' In "Slaltery'n: linencane. prevalent year post office to another without additional -
safe. But if you insist on' using public gatherings so that an In-
betaken
and to
precautionary: measures
thanks. postage; (except those addressed
Many, many to lessen the possibilities of such lighting, have a fire extinguisher '' spection can be made to determine -
to military personnel
Andre Ie Toth. Director.At
I and alert what
__ : tragedies handy keep at additional safety precau- whose address has been changed t
lla/ardn Note! all times. It is important that your tion can be taken. by official orders
electric lights be in good condi- .
Regarding the Christmas tree, Special delivery will expedite
a the fire chief's office points out I tion. A short circuit may be sufficient A visitor to the Senate Gallery delivery of parcels and letters
I I ; I to start wires Too
burning.
that in bringing a, tree into our Washington was accompaniedby much faster, especially over a l long
home or barracks, try to have it as many lights from one set of outlets his small son. The little boy distance. They may be delivered t.n

tke ,Mattes rhp4' BirminghamBoad fresh cut as possible. Remove your I may blow out your fuses. If watched when the session was called Christmas Day. f

sad Muslim Au'.. tree as soon as you deem it possible this happens, eliminate some of to order. For further information on

Ofifc-Sumiav School Pretest.at but if you choose to keepit the lights, replace fuse with another "Why did the minister pray for Christmas mailing call extension

JOIS General Woiship Se I Ice, Chaplain longer you must follow special of same size and rating. all those men Pop ?" he asked JaI I 448.

A, c' J H"." safeguards.The 1roper Decoration ter. .

Mass Cat...ll4itnoo tree can be kept fresh if In decorating your house, or "He didn't.. He looked them over
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OU3O-Mass you pet it in a pan of water. barracks, uw non-combustible ma- and prayed for the country" ChristmasContinued
Chftl-l-m S A. ME'lilna0111 t-fflclat Cut off the base of the tree at terial. Flameproof material can

at toth ma*&C.es. an angle at least one inch above be purchased at many stores. "Herbert," said the young lady ( from J.... 1) .

An outdoor Nurwiy fur small chll- the original 'ut and keep it standing Christmas wrappings should be re "you shouldn't kiss me with all ment leave and emergency leave

lien is maintained between O'JIC) and in water during the entire period moved. Be careful of heat operated crowd standing around." may be granted as usual during

:J,: J. that the tree is! in the house, toys and new electrical gadgetsif "I didn't kiss you," replied Her this same period.

NAVAL Jo"I'nAL CIIAfKL adding water at internals to keep they do not bear the label of bert. "And if I catch that fellow Heads of departments will use

Ward A-I) the water level above the cut. I Underwriters' Laboratories Inc. I'll teach him a thing or two." their own Omcretlno granting
..r.t...... : ... If lice catches fire call the "Don't bother" she .
explain) F. Camllrft nan tort> I your sighed, "you leave to ...civilians no as not to Interfere
llJOO-Dhlpe worship
I>. Hewitt Jr. Place your tree well away from file department wirntthaUly. Dial couldn't teach him anything" with necessary services.Jax .








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Hollywood Acquaintances I


Re-newed By Local OfficerThe



. trip of the Marine Air Re- child star in such pictures M
serve Squadron VMF 144 to :MI- "Penrod and Sam." Frank also appeared -

ami recently to appear in the filmIng r in the "Andy Hardy"
of "Slattery's Hurricane," series.! The tall-blond WidmarK re*

turned out to be a favorable one ceived hs start in motion picture

for Lt. jg) Frank Coghlan who during the war while Lt. Cogh

., r r renewed old acquaintances of his lan was In the Navy.
I Hollywood days. The situation is very much reversed -

Public Information officer of now aa Coghlan looks up

NARTU, Coghlan, a former movie Widmark as one of the screen's
1 :, actor discovered that he knew finest young actors.

'I' I most everyone on location in Mi Wldmark, who is co-starred In

: ; J. ami. The local officer who arriv- the 20th Century film with Linda

i .... ed here from Hollywood for active Darnell and Veronica Lake, playa
'f duty recently flew down ahead of the role of "Slattery" in the forth-

.. '" the local NARTU as contact man. coming release. The story center
l\: ; ; Although he met Richard Wid- around a naval aviator who detects -

: ," \. mark star of the film, for the first an approaching' hurricaneand '
," time, Coghlan found they had becomes a hero in tracking it

JII' .< countless mutual friends in show down.
> business. Widmark, Hollywood's The Navy plays a prominent
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n newest sensation, even admitted part In the new movie the filming

aa that he had been one of Coghlan's of which will be completed t'n

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MUTUAL iISCOURSE-Henewing old acquaintances, and creating new ones, Lt. Jg) Frank Cogh- I I AROUND= I

lan (right) public Information officer of NAKTt. talks "shop" with Hollywood actor Richard l Wldmark 0 & R If
(left) during the filming of "Sla ttt'r"s Hurricane" In Miami recently A movie actor before the war, I f

Coghlan I* now on actlie duty here.Commercfica.
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Shop-Congratulations this I Seems serious!, tool

I Bulletin II r-vi ply week and to Messieurs Miexell. who Zleglar made Atwater their- -H.V Elisabeth :Much.PERSONNEL. ANDADMINISTRATION

Ilulletina 1\1\ be accepted only until space U tilled. Call ext. 8230. I leading rates We're not surprised -
.,
until --- :- Apt SALLIES we knew all the time you Doris White is headed horn to
ttallellas will be arrepted space \Glils: I bicycle I In good condition. .
fcu Wea Ailed. Cull Est HiSO.: D Bldg. 803. Andeison. I could do it. Kansas for the Christmas! holidays
FOR SALE: Living room fur nltu.1". bedroom suite Indoor horseshoes has taken Understand after Sputalock's
J!M7 Chevrolet sedan. All I) extras, mechanically and dinette ""t. 3724A Riley A\e. I over as the lunch pastime of late, I
column last week JimmIe
perfect, reasonable. Hlle- Dewey Pa, k. Beshears.
man. 1216A Hancock St., NAS, after One wheel luggage trailer. Mulligan.SATSB. which means that checkers will Almond really got blackmailed bya
1600.Twenty. Dewey Park: TILE WEEK'S WASH -Following 'probably take a back seat from member of his family. It's all in
single-shot shotgun with
shtlls. guage$A>; also a collapsible baby 1946 Indian Chief motorcycle, Just been his performance in "Little I now on Pearl recently gave fun, so how about a smile, Sun-
cairlagc with" mattress, $17.50. Can overhauled A-l condition. Will lake Foxes at recent Little Theatre Barney a scalp treatment Did shine ? Pappy Warren had
be seen at Shop 306. $450. motor has only 255 miles See a you think he needed more hair? been displaying beautiful pictureof
lIarl. .-DII\'ldson motorcycle, model Gavrnan at Barracks C. production, Charlie gait has re a
2939 And what used too!
you
his Wonder why Margaret -
74 with Buddy seat. Saddle-bags One-burner: oil heater, $7; genuine ladies signed to seek fame and fortunein dog
and complete onl haul. 423 W. lUth 'alligator bag, $20.: Walton, 8- Hollywood via the movies. Cable Shop Arthur Hargnett Martin and husband 'Rn't
81.Litter. 0731. about Jan. ?, Charlie has a good reason for that happy win in bridge when playing with .
of Cocker Spaniels, blonde and Throe-bedroom brick house. One and Leaving Supply smile. He'll be Lea lflgnlan of the Rose and Dickson ? Must be those
black In color. Reglsteted. seven one-half baths. Paced at $12,000; may duplicate another former i Installation of Fuel and Oil line
weeks old. Call 24444. will take $3.MJO down payment, teat supply worker, Wanda Hendrix I paper bags we sit on that bring us
Ladles' dresses and aulta, size 14. Call monthly. Phone 9-6960. who has hit the films in "Slattery's, over in Hangar 123 by the time I. luck Spurlock, your secittary
ext. 647. FOR RENT you read this Candy for us, slipped up this week-no news .
New alx-volt. 40 amp. generatoror Two nice rooms with all convenience Hurricane, the forthcoming 20th chum, instead of cigars.
Jeep, leasonable. Call 9-3WHJ. Call 7-8338. Century movie Keith (Errol I Likewise Helen U., who is mighty
Culver Cadet low wing, fast airplane. Fut fished three-bedroom apartment. Flynn) Rupert of Stock Control, Doris Willis reports from the quiet these' day How about flame
Call Popwell. 28480.) Electrically furnished Phone Jacks I Optical Department that since Mae ?
Custom 1941 Studebaker Champion. aonvllle Beach. 1-444-J. also reports that he will appearin news
Smith is leaving, she will be left
Also portable washing, mashlne. Kokeixlale. Two-room fuinlshcd apartment with the same picture as a memberof i There will be a Beta Sigma Phi
at ext. 600.) private entrance. Close to NAS. will\ the band. I alone in a shop full of men. Silly dance at the Mayflower Roof Garden -
:3W7 Zenith table model radlo. hono- consider small child. Phone 24275.: girl, you're complaining? Ac- next Friday Dec. 17. with
graph combination. Plus several al Two-room apartment with electrically 1 No special Supply party is being cording to word from Instrument Milo Jones and his orchestra
bums of lecords. $50. Call. ext. 445 equipped kitchen 2.M5 Herschel St. at this time, althoughit providing
i planned shop those little excursions up to
the music. The ie
and ask for Banka. Five-room house, $40 per month. Call public
Officer's' or CPO's blue. sUe 38. elastic 2-S785.: Is reported that several sections the Rainbow Grill at lunch are fun, cordially invited. Hy Dot Ole-.n..
material CaU Good Ing at 3-1951- Will share six-room apartment with" are going to hold their own par but after a de luxe hamburgerwith
M. couple. Electrically equipped kitchen ties during the holidays. Individual four slices of onion, even your PROCESS AND PRODUCTION -
Stoikllne baby crib with mattes Alno all utilities furnished. $50 per month. I
collapslbl high chair. Gale, 8- Call 2-63'JO. parties during lunch hour are being friends won't tell you in fact, you CONTROLEalou
1162. Two' pleasant rooms with semi-private planned by Correspondence, will have no friends. How about it, Clenny is the hunter of
Mew seven-foot Westlnghouse lefilg- bath. Call ;2-S930.: Inventory and the South Area Muscles ? the day. While devoting all his

orator: sieve.Also$225.LAH Call four-burner ext. 272. electric Riverside Will accept apartment one child near with bus service.couple. Betty Lotz is still looking for Jimmy Lancaster of the Pilot I time to a squirrel, he kicked a turkey -

Three-plece bedroom set. lamps and Call 27346. the culprit who banged into her Tube situation returned last week I' out of the way. They say he
other household furnishings IncludIng Single and double room In Lake Shoie brand new Chevrolet the second after a prolonged stay in various I missed them both Clifton Luke
recotd-changer phonograph 1224: section On for bus line. Phone 2- 156. day after she got it. And speakingof Washington D. C.- hospitals had a little dispute with a waspas
Cumberland Road. Lovely room single person and another
JW7 Custom built tandem trailer fully for couple. Double room has Macy she'll proudly tell you He's hoping to be around a long to who the bed belonged to. the
equipped. Gowd. ext. 215. private bath. 3601 Park St. that she won top prize at a tacky time, although he's going back to other night. Luke was out Fridaydue
Springer Spaniel puppies various 563.col- Two furnished housekeeping rooms party held by her sorority recently Electrics Division Glad to have to wasp stings, which gives
01 s. AKC registered Call ext. suitable for Navy couple 12.50: per
Ask for Farrls. week. Utilities.' $3 per month. Joy- Ada Whitaker, of Fuels, is him back" but sorry he won't be some indication as to how the battle
For sale or trade-1947 Nash Ambassador ner. phone 2-OWW. recuperating from a sinus opera with us any more. came out Seems like Maggie -
four-door sedan. Will take Large room with twin beds, with or tion and expects to return Monday Gripe of the season! --Why does Quagliano of 222 Is on a penny
lighter car. Simmons, 34(*>B EllysonSt. without kitchen' piIvleges.! Phone 7-
.. Dewey" Park. 3078. nearly eevryone wear a "miser: ration. She's always looking for a
Wrlnger.type washing: machine Anderson Front corner bedroom with" kitchen After the first of the year the able" look lately? Well it's like nickel for five pennies. Al you've
ext. 8355. pi Ivlieges, share seven-room house, lounge will display pictures of this-with Christmas nigh at hand i got to get a raise to give her that
has
bath. Alao
$IJI-I'(>om house and hone
garage, on riverfront. Will sell for 76051.WANTKIl: "young ones" of Supplyers. MaxIne there seems to be an epidemic of i nickel.
:J6.5IW.! A\.. Route 3. Box 4 i6-B. Ride to Utica New York, December22nd. Parks, who has been going to
Bessent Road off Turner Road. : Two passengers Will share
school to her secretarial
Six-room colonial doll house with two driving and expenses Mary Whit- night improve Weekend;
fireplaces and tile bath. Will take son ext. 723. abilities, has been offered a
$10 4621: Freemont St.. Lake Shore. Riders going to California." Am leaving position to instruct the class !
M fW house on corner. of Standing and January 3rd. Desire either woman Frank and Lucille Woods turned :
1103rd St. Call 22797. or couple as driving compan-
Four 700x16 Life Guard tubes In good ions. Phone ext. 4.15. baby-sitters last Monday with the Notes
Condition $20. 1413-B Child St.. NAS. Jobs as baby sitter. Available most arrival of their 8-pound baby girl : WnqTZfftFASH
apartment size washing machine, $20.:! any time. Phone 7-7274 Ronnie Sangster gave up his from
77274.
&11.y. ext. 763. phone
INublt deck bed with springs\ and Ride' to. or near Philadelphia Pennsylvania. long-term membership in the
mattresses. Dolcen. ext. 674. Will share expenses. Slrtoty, bachelors' club and Is now making I
Toy Lionel train with two engines. ext.: 492.: noises like a husband.'
\ plenty of tiuck. Call 2-4135. Also have Jobs as baby sitter. Available most -r l\TJlRTU
yjubonnet leather back bar with any time Glandon. 2-0785. Beginning with the :K..v Year,
matching atoll Will cafe for your children, while you Joan Negus of Receipt Control,
f 34 Chevrolet' In good condition. 1234B to Christmas shopping Good ret- "
will become permanent "Sally. OX 58 The
Hancock St.. NAS.Twopiece etences. squadron fa.A
I FOUND Man' white 14 kt. You've been reading her effortshere 2000-mile round free cfchaige
: modern living room 13' gold wedding continues to glow, tnanks to the trip
and three matching I tables. Burin band with "LoB'tI)'." engraved In this column several times,
enrollment efforts of all hands. toIn store for those who
Inside. Also date 11943.
St.. NAS.
without it but
394 Fold Custom Tudor sedan with Canterbury ext. 611. probably realizing Let us start the new year outright tefiuit five or more new squadron
all extias. Also House and furnished and In 1949 she will be getting her
radio healer and apartments and have a full complement members. Bring in the five recruit',
Filitldalre. $200: and a Bendlx DeLuxe unfuinlshed for families coming to just credit. I
aboard the drills slated
for next
washer $200. Call 2-0215. Cecil Field In mid.January. For enlisted preferably seamen take them to
For sale or rent. Flve-rw bungalowand : men and officers. Write to Personnel r for Jan. IS: and 16, 1D4D. I squadron recruiting desk next to

bath. Newly constructed localedIxtween Office, Attack Squadron 175, Definition of a Chow Line: The Got trouble? If "0, the squadron the station-keeper yeoman, and
Cecil Field and NAS. Phone Quonset Point, Rhode island, Immediately.
.59O.:! man in front the man behind uow has someone that vtlll the trip is all yours. Name :you
National house trailer. :27 foot tandem. the martin front, the man behind help yon straighten them out. If i own destination within 1000 miles
Gas stove and refrlgeiator Jl.KKJ. the man behind the man behind, you have any complaint, stop by | The following I men Mere Melc.>med -

Rollaway 127 Willow bed Branch and Ave mattress, $22.50. INSIDE the man behind and get acquainted with Lt. liar- aboard during the November

1340A Randolph St.. NAS. ry T. lingers/ the new personnel drill period: II. N. \\ illiam-, SH;

Fur 3216A coat with hat Park and Fink.purse' to mutch. PUBLIC WORKSWelcome i Whatever It is, Mary' rather officer. lie and ).t. (jg) Ou,Uy, i iMill H. .... Ansbacher. Mi ; J. W. liar-

Four-poster Dewey bed with spun and hull proud of it! \ oblige ulth angers to your rell Sl; James Tln.lell VN.S: Earl;

mattress, $12. Phone 28171.Trlcjcle aboard to Ernie Way, IWs off for the holidays for Mr. question, Including how to qualify I !? A hen" SN ; and J, U lushly

urn St.In. Dewey good condition.Paik. 3540A: Cm- formerly with Seventh Naval Dis and Mrs. Megonlgal who left this for the NA"'('AU program ADKAN.

LndleiT bicycle and are truck for 5- trict Jacksonville, is now on two week for Atlantic City N. J. to Naval correspondence course, and I A new addillo.i to the family of
yeor-old. 1217B Hancock St., NAS. weeks training duty with the Pub bring back Mr. Mrgonlgal' mother general Information on how to improve executive: officer Lcdr. S. L. Jones, I

American ale bed Flyer with electric spring' tarn and maltiesi.also sln- lic Works department Maintenance here for a vacation Hollls your Naval efficiency I a boy. Samuel Todd. Likewise' ,
Phone 89414. has welcomed Alice Gibbon Peavy la headed for Tampa for Lt. Thomas F. Benson! has Join- arrival of second' son of Ensign

Camping trade sleep foui Rout 4, a recent transfer from Design the holidays Merry Acuff is ed the squadron as an associate Chailes N. Tilton.

Box! 371. Firestone 10-foot Road.boat Shaun.CanvBScmereil Also tvvo-. to its "section.At I'. planning to spend Xmas at home volunteer Also joining the I (,\'JA; 52 TraJr.i'ig K, getting ,

burner Flotenre healer Chi I Khritn- least there Is one honest fisherman In Norfolk, Va. force is Ensign Habun W. Thompson more realistic these ia.v, with

mann i-xt. 662 in the crowd, Loraine Baxter American Federation of Government as assistant supply officer. I actuale""M'lM stationed 20 mile "
3M1 Ford C'on\.l'lIhl! with radio and
heater. JMew top and ludlator. Call who reports that she didn't Employees Lodge 6116 will Did) you ever find a pearl) In an off shore, as the center of a simulated
a )fall, ext. 8282. catch a thing during Saturday's I hold its regular meeting Friday oyter dinner ? If you hate then combat information center

LaiR small Benrus and.17 j$2O. with
8.1214). gold who also threw out the hook and Pout No. & hall located en 311 N, "hf'nt.. find a good: yeoman, referring of Lt. John Stoudeinire) LCIIt

90& Chevrolet two-door seilnn with. line over the week-end came back Duval St. A drive t.> under way for to the addition of Chief Lloyd G Karnartl, the drill wn a
built motor. See ut Coastal Auto with her first catch. It's eithera new members all civil service employees OM re. Henry Donovan, 1'NTC. mute, with the DE )lcCIt'UIUJ,1thrort'th'ally
Park, coiner of Noith Main and Fast;
Tort Road. White. re-d-breastrd bream or a perch. are welcome. lie transferred from 'Jdytltoof', sunk.







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'Iln Local' Links Tourney


Heavy CampaignAs

; 28 Candidates- 80 Top Station Wielders

basketball fever began to grip the Jacksonville

Naval Air Station this week, optimism rose higher in the '', Dueling For Title Honors

coming station intra-mural basketball circles and with the 'Waging Battles

addition of three new quintets swelling the number to 19 Smooth stroking Anthony Grego retained his lead iu

all clubs are eager to go into battle when the curtain goes up For Ring Slots 'I the championship flight of the all-station golf tournament _

early next month. I now iLl progress, by downing Doc Henderson 2-up after a

Under the direction of Chief close duel in the first round match play last week.Henderson .
Ceorge Bomfa I offs Twenty-eight NAS Jacksonville I waged a stiff struggle -
league are
games Winning fifteen straight contests ring candidatos answered Coach : all the way but Grego ralliedto the fifth flight by edging R. O.
being slated to be played in bUlld-// before being halted by Administration "Chips" Chippal UI1\'S tall last ,, go ahead 2-up on the 17th hole Minter.
Ing1 513, with five games Annex in a 3 -35 week as the 19(8-19\ edition of the to take the match.In : The second round got under way

played daily, Monday through' thriller during the 47-48 season, Jax-Navy squar d'cirl.'le legion : the only match to go over the Monday with winners of each
Thursday. the O&R combo ran away with started on the long road into the 18-hole route C. M. Dumbauld got match in each flight squaring off.
Communications. VA 81, and the National league bunting and Navy ring spotlight and Sectional the nod over Robert Blythe on the The losers in the first round of the

ComAirLant are the recent addi- will be out to defend its title this Golden Gloves Tournament.The 19th hole in a third flight duel championship flight now make up
tions to the all-Station cage loops year in full force local leather-pushers ate Blythe carried Dumbauld over the the first flight
Joining such teams as the strong Many of the teams boast hold- slated to open their campaign : 18th, but faltered on the 19th to The tourney is being speeded up
Overhaul and Repair and Operations overs from last year with plenty January 12th when they climb : give Dumftauld the match. with hopes of finishing before the

quintets. of fight slated for all games up through the ropes to battle Lt : C. W. Miller displaying veteran Christmas holidays according to
I Peara's tried and tested Green form named the course pro, Jack Harvey.
The Operations combo coppedthe to the wire With newcomers to I was outstanding player
American league title in '47 i station intra-muial sports like Cove mittmen at Green Cove anda I in the second flight. With three 'Ir"t Round K*.iilt"-Championship -

and then clashed with O&R National ComFair, VA 81 and Fasion 6, return match I is on the agenda I down and four to go he put on a Flight A. Grego defeatedDoc
League winners for the sta- I added punch has been given to one here at the Mainside Auditorium I stretch drive that netted him a Henderson two and one; J. J.

tion title, with the latter winning I of the biggest station sports programs February 3rd. I 1-up mat gin over his foe Hal Norton Piva on a default from F. J.
two-out-of-three contest play- I since last seasonOfficers' Enter: Ixx-ul l Meet I is pacing the action in the Brush; W. G. Barnes stumped W.
Members of the local team will I fourth flight while W. L. Thorpe H. Powell 6E.; Scott beat C. B.
also enter the Jacksonville Golden established himself as a threat in I' Connally four and three; A. C.
Bowling CircuitIn Gloves tourney which will be heldon --- -----------1 Berg downed A. M. Bosworth three

I Feb 16, 17, and 18th. Last and one; Joe McDonald humbledR.

year the Jax-Navy ringmen : Matmen Drill V. Allen five and three; A. E.
Third Week Of Action
I brought home both Novice and Furry won over J .W. Lloyd five

.. _. Open Championships from the and four; and F. G. Lewis tri-
Enthusiasm and has hit ---- - ---- ------ !
spirit downtown bouts. For Station
umphed over J. R. Whitman five
the high mark as the offllers'l "With Pat Patterson, Joe Mar and four

bowling tournament begins : Yankee Gridmen;;j tin and Richard Beck forming an i I Second Flight R. M. Thelen
Team Berths
form with only one team unbeaten I experienced nucleus! for the newcomers I
B, H. Jones four and
topped three
;
after two weeks of action. I to build around another
Receive I II i I F.
Support Ballenger won over H H. Bush,
Still within of the fifth
range great ring campaign is in the I I The grunt and groan season arrived two and one; C. A. Briggs defeatedG.
and sixth place squads the loop I Although they were a thousand making here at NAS Jax," Coach I at the Naval Air Station this H. Kullakson one-up; W. F.
leading Overhaul and Repair keg- miles from home, the Maiden Chipparonl said while keeping a week with team aspirants under
lers have rung up eight victoriesIn I MISS., high school griddeiswere guiding eye on his charges at a I, the direction of Chief Tom War- -

as many star\s The Operations I not shy of any sideline workout early this week. ing, prepping daily at building 601. Parents ChildrenVie
combine close on the heels of rooting at the Kiwanis benefit Mar tin added to his ring laurels Coach Waring who is a veteran ,

the loop leaders with only one setback I game with Lee high at the Ga- last week when he received the performer in Navy mat circles, In Golf MeetA
out of eight tries, while VF- tor Bowl last Friday night. most popular boxed trophy awarded sees high hopes for his squad but

83 holds down the third slot. They not only received the vociferous for his outstanding performances still could use a few more candi- Father-Daughter, Mother-
In individual competition Ga- backing: of Fighting in the Cracker A. C.'a Southeastern I dates. With their eyes set on the Son two-ball foursome golf
mache of FASRON 6 has set the Amateur eliminations the localsare
Tournament of : all-Navy
Squadron 83 or Air Group eight tournament has been scheduled
pace to date with a single game in hard at it from 1500 to 1800
of the station but were providedwith Champions, Savannah, Ga., xe- for the Naval Air Station
tally of 212. C A. Briggs Jr.,
daily.
a mascot no less. cently. links Wednesday, Dec. 29, at
of Overhaul and Repair has notched U. P. Tailhook squadron canine Matches Carded With no returning matmen from 1300.

the second highest single game mascot, took his place on Patterson a holder of many local last year's squad. Coach Waringwill Prizes wilt be awarded to
score with a 199. while Robinson the bench with the Malden grid- and service middleweight title have to start from scratch. winners. Entrance fee has been
of VF-83 has posted a 192 for lost an All Navy Championshipberth I Most impressive to date among the
ders during the fray, quite enthralled set at' one dollar. To enter the
the third highest marktrggt by it all.a last year by a hair-line decision -I seven hopefuls working out is 230- tourney dial 519.
\ Leading pound Jim Nugent. Nugent turned
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Briggs, Jr., is setting the pacein Richard Beck returns to NAS in some impressive victories on I Brockhous whipped H. E. Bryant,
the three game totals with a three game total of 500. after a brief absence, and will the West Coast with the San Die I four and three; C. W. Miller was
572. followed by Carlson of VF-82 The high average over eight wear the Jax-Navy colors in the go NTC grapplers. Ray Adkins victorious over E. W. Dailey one-
with a 534, Taylor of VF-83 with contests is also held by C. A flyweight class when he tangles tackle on the 1948 Fliers grid up; A. E. Bower humbled R. K.

507 and C A. Briggs, Si, also of Briggs Jr., who has rolled up a with Chick Abalon an ex-Jax en, is a candidate in the elev.j Allen four-two; and A. Y. Kettles!!
Overhaul and Ropaii fourth with neat average of 170( pins duringthe leatheipusher in a headliner on weight division. Adkins was and T. B. Ellison each took defaults
--- -- tourney. Bailey of Operationsis the Green Cove-Jax Navy card I kansas State AAU champ in from G. M. Bell and C. N.
Enlisted riding in second spot behind Middleweights Jack Jones Ed 165 pound class in 1946 I McCord respectively

KeglersIn Briggs with a 165 average and Ybaura, and Ray Hall, have been I Other candidates who show plenty -, Third G. .
Flight A. Busbe
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Taylor has amassed an average of showing much promise in recent I of promise include Dick Bay-
League Tie ; 165! for third place.Tfa.ni workouts along with welterweightJoe less, an Illinois boy with downed W. J. Bellfy five and three;
J.e'. Rentz two and one over E. B.
"Mtanding; : Lasky and lightweight Matt ence in the 165-pound expert-I
McKnight Stars Won Lost Thompson. Don Dushen, 150; Robert Glass; W. T. Tippett over S. H.

0&K ............................ 8 0Owratlonr A long list of bouts ate being 115; Frank Tombler, 140; Horton, six and five; R. Luckia
The enlisted nwn's bowling | | ?.................. 7 1V lined up for the coming season. Koozer, 127. I three and two over J. C. Sampson;

league was thrown into a three- ..-.Ii:1: '" .... ..................... ti 2FAM50.V NAS Pensacola, Keesler Field, With 136-pound Marvin J. L. Holland six and five from
r way deadlock last week as Operations 6 ......................5 3 NATTC Memphis and NAS Corpus man leading the way, last KIIt'n.1 V. S. Soranno; J. J. Goodens defeated -

Hospital and Dispensary'I K-ai (a' ) .................... 5 3VF81 Christi top the list and a match squad under the direction R C. Covington two and
rolled three wins each over their (b) ........................ 4 4 with the strong 82nd airborne Paul King took the All-Navy East one; J. C. Mauldm topped W. ,

opponents to emerge with four >T-8.5 (a) .............?....... 3801 3 vision at a later date is in Coast championshipAll Johnson three-up; and C. M. Dum- ..
points a perfect score for the first >'.\- (b ........................ 3 5 making. di.1 men interested in wrestling I bauld a 19-hole victory over Rob..: .

week of kegling.Highpowered. VP-84 .. ......... ... ........ 6 should get in touch with Chief ert Blythe. .
maple.knock'rs I \.F-82 .. ..... .. .. .... -S 6 "MOLK&KINS": A material i "Chips" Chipparom at extension I] fourth I'light Dramwiight wonover
on the Operations squad held a I N,UTU ........ ... H. W. Breault three and two;
2 6Nlirvey vlil<'h, in 1888, replaced canvas" acmaterial >93. All weight divisions are still |
lead their opponents' I C. L. Denton three and two over
slight over ... 1 'I for football cults open I
in pin totals however, having -- O. B. Porter; A. L Norton over W. \
keeled over 2,207 sticks in th.' I R. Mattix: six and tour; Holmes
three contests. The other two topnotch II I took a default from C H. Turner; .
I %V. H. Lewis wiped out C. E. Robrtson -
,teams failed to rca.h th' II ,
two thousand mark but Hospital I .' two and one; R. W. Daleen 's:

picked off 1,997 and Dispensary :I triumphed four and two over C. A.
Knight; J. F Bush took a default
finished with a 1,957 total VF-81\ Kb
from L. J. Nelson; and M.! A. Doc-
bested the two latter
groups 1 in $ t .
'
but zyk topped O. W. Miller twoup.rifth .
pins with a 2,144 scorn dropped
Flight W, L: Thorpe,
one game to finish in tourfh : C
place. : halked up his win over R. O Minter
I 'i two and L.
McKnight holds the i,'C 'n d InII one; Brannemantallied
five and four II L.
over
the high average departm. with! s
I Madden R M Humes E.
170, followed closely by S" .>tt and ; topped
R. Paul, two and one; E. }o'. Gold
A. A. Mirabito who each< t tipped I
lost to B. O Woolbright, four and
r1"
I r; over 501 pins in three gam"H t >i' a
flvtC; L. Anderson, R J. Ficv
167 average The latter tWO> ar.also "
y man C. A. Schoeder and D. D.
first nlaim y
tied for high v
J Greene defeated A. L. Simmons, 'i
three total.
I game .Y I G. B. Lucas, Muller and A, L. Ferguson '

Standings: (,an,<*. rim J'ltliiU. respectively, by four and .. (,
Opr.li." :1 I three scores tl
JW
It...pUal J !. I I .

UI..I'\K-I :1 elu: : : a baseball game was played
(l-AtKO.X ro t. :S 'I It.! ; ; SET 'KM IT-:Moving away all opposition In stf'rllng111"111.: ..., the I>Up" Mi..ary kegleri have climbed in the record time of 32 minutes.
f 05k S n-W 1 to the lop of the enlisted! m n',. bowline I.-aeu" Aiming for that strike are left tit rlfttt Regis\ O'Con- Mobile, scored one run In the
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