Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1949
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 6-No. 40 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 6 January 1919 $c x '' Ste'S$+

I I Two- Carrier Air GroupiTo o t i tSN F. a? .

\ Arrive Here Shortly

i The new air command Fleet Air Jacksonville, established in November of last year, is

beginning to take form with the announcement that two additional carrier air groups, one

II assigned to Jacksonville Naval Air Station and the other to Cecil Field, will begin arriving

here around the first of next month.
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CarrUr air group 4, which will I
Wiggins Boy come here from Norfolk, Va, will\ Congratulations
be stationed at the Naval Air Sta-
tion, while air group 17, which will ;
Is First 1949 arrive from Quonset rfaval Air Awarded To All
Station R. I., will be based at a c r 4t f

Baby ArrivalMaking Cecil Comprised Field. of five squadrons, including Party WorkersCommendations .,

fighter squadron VF 171
(jet planes) carrier air group 17 have been ex-
: his arrival at exactly will bi the first to be stationedat ; pressed and congratulatory letters
have been sent I,
0540: January 1, Gary Wiggins, tipping Cecil Field since its reactivation by Capt Alvin I
the scales at eight pounds and November 1. The unit coming Malstrom Naval Air StatioTi commanding -
: Ulcer, to Chaplain Fran-
I here from Quonset Point comprises -
four ounces, became the first baby : cis L. Albert and committee chairmen -
about 500 men, and 100 planes.
born at the Naval Hospital here Corsairs Grumman Avengers and II for their fineefforts_ in mak- : : ) (' debut at an early
In 1949. F8F Bearcats are among the ing the Children's Christmas Par- )11'''. JtinliuifRlns, know
The son of Chief Aviation Machinist planes reassigned here, in the Maulers, largest plane ever held here. ; ... f.itlxr, Chief ,""lIitimaIa.-
Junius and ) I
Wiggins, to qualify for flight from a carrier The letter of congratulations to I to the Overhaul and Repair
little Gary preceded the next New deck, and Phantom Jet planes. Chaplain Albert, general chairmanof
Year arrival by almost 12 hours. Diirgln la Command the Christmas Party committee,

Both Wiggins and his wife are na- Air group 1 from Norfolk, Va, reads, in part i,,

tives of Richlands, N CIt will augment air group 8, which "I wish to extend to you my sin-
has been based here at the Na- cere appreciation for your fine i Activity
the present rate of males bornat val Air Station Commanded by work as general chairman of the I}

the Hospital so far this year Comdt Richard H Bums, UbW, Christmas Party committee, and ,
continues, the Navy will not have Air Group 8 is composed of approximately for the work accomplished by the I j I
to worry about recruits in years to 500 enlisted men, 100 members of your various committees I
come. For by noon Monday, no less officers and 100 fighter and attack In making it the best Christmas Island
than six babies had greeted 1919, planes Air group 4 will be party ever held aboard this )
and all are boys of the same approximate strength' station I

Trailing Gary Wiggins by almost in personnel and planes. "You also are to be congratu- I
12 hours, John Ingle !< The carrier air will comprise after then season's
groups lated for your excellent selection j (|)-
man Jr became No. 2 man 'rl'e-I' the new command under
of committee chairmen who worked Coach George Bonn
Ms arrival at 1624. He's the Rear Adm. R. Calvin T Durgin, :
so unreservedly for the success
vf John (iSn1) and Mis Freeman. Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville. Tuesday lor a clash
I II of the
Other early 1949 arrivals include Admiral Durgin who assumedthe Special commendation patty was also then return the next night
those born to Clyde ( ADI) and
new command late in Novem- .
heaped the Chief Offi-
upon Petty
Mrs Douthett, Charles I DC2)) and ber tame here from San Diego, cers' Club which generously turn I'r Impressive in their 1943 I'!) de-
Mrs. Wallace, David iMMCt and Calif, where he commanded the ed over $641,15 to Chaplain Albert against the neighboring/; Green
>lrs. Graham, and John ( ADI) I Naval Air Bases Eleventh Naval for distribution among the homes \' quintet, the Fliers will floor
and Mrs, Buikhardt I District
I fast five
and orphanages for purchase of starting comprise of
- I permanent gifts. Doll, Paul Petty, Paul King.

Chaplain Albert was assisted indirecting Ceasar and Ace YVoolbnght
Local Children's the party by Chaplain Doll and Petty leading the
Party Arthur C. Boyer, USN Committee the Fliers thumped the Bul
chairmen and members included 60-44
I : to annex their second

Meeting committee: Mrs A. I, third wins against Orlando
Malstrom, chairman: ; Mrs F. J. Farm Island, Coach Boomer
Declared Huge SuccessFinding Brush, Mrs. C L. Denton, Mrs A next trek down the river
Kettles, Lcdr Donald L. Jacka, a return go with Green Cove
USN; Chaplain S. A. Meiring, Jan 15
-- USN, and Chaplain A. C. BoyerUSN Marines Mrong
truly unexpected Joy tribution of gifts by Santa Claus fast moving guard, John Mills,
and reveling amidst a spirit that : himself Neatly and carefully
||I Gift Committee: Lt. Bettie B the parade of Leathernecks
can only prevail at Christmastime wrapped, the gifts brought forth West, USN, chairman; Mrs C. T. Panis Island who will In-
children of Navy personnel;; I squeals of delight from the kid- Durgin, Mrs. C ,M. Shaar, Mis the station next \\ednesday
along with their guests from nin dies. Gifts from Mr Edwards of !
I J. L. Holland, Mrs. R. M. Humes, from his! great defensive
homes and orphanages of Jacksonville the Wyandotte All-Metal Products -
,I Mrs C. A. Briggs, Mrs Jacob Mills has hit the bucket
were treated on Dec 24, to Company were especially well
Weiss, Lt. Noma P. Reid, USN; consistency to pile up a con-
one of the most successful l..hlldrt'n' II received Mrs R W Priestman, Mrs D D. number of points Other ';)
a Christmas Parties ever held The mess hall, where the rev Greene, Mrs. J. W. Weaver Mrs starters for the visiting
aboard the Naval Air Station (Continued ou Page 3)) Continued
( on Page : '
3)) I will be Frank Chetnick
The 1948 Christmas party has -n- -.___._ __----- ,
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and Bill Peters at the forward
been termed as one of the most Top Notch Entertainment
posts. Leo Commisky at center
successful ever held here, with
and Frank Atham at the other

,....i r special Edwards All-Metal thanks, president going Products of to the Mr.Wyandotte Com-C. L- "Hamlet" And "A Hasty Heart" Coming Soon guard The slot.WAVES tangle with the

pany of Wyandotte, Mich, for his I A double treat is in store for (Continued on Page 3))
donation of 1,410 metal toys constructed I Naval Air Station personnel and I I Breen Veteran of 90 productionsas tion of the tamed Barter Iheatre --

by his company, and also I friends! on Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 when actor and director during his from Virginia.. !Aden.Price
j to the station Welfare Department I the celebrated Barter Theatre of :I theatrical career, Breen has tour- The scheduled performance of
which otherwise financed the affair Virginia presents two outstanding I; ed 15000( miles in the play, including II I
I productions, Shakespeare's immortal the 1913 trouping of "G, I. "A Hasty Heart, which follows I Confers
Some 1,617 children of Navy 'Hamlet and the comedy- Hamlet", in which he acted and 'Hamlet' here, has been termed TVIthComFairJax
personnel and their guests from drama "A Hasty Heart. dlrel'tl one of the outstanding plays to

the nine homes and orphanages in Two of the most important datesof Breen, an intense and active come out of World War II

the Jacksonville area, accompanied the year as far as entertainment Minnesotan, is the protege of Jessie The story of "A Hasty Heart"
by parents or guardians, for personnel is concerned, Bonstelle under whose guidance concerns a group of soldiers anda
crowded the auditorium for the the two presentations, sponsoredby he began his career as an nurse in a Held hospital behind Deputy Chief of Naval Operations
festivities, Occupying choice cen- the Physical Training and Recreation actor and later as director of the the Assam-Burma front during the I Air), Vice Adm. John D
ter seats, the tots from the homes, i Department, will be stagedat Minneapolis Repertory Theatre war The title Is derived from an Price, USN, arrived at the Naval
along with the other youngsters, I the NATTC auditorium Jacqueline Logan, .. whose long old Scottish adage: that "Sorrow's Air Station Monday from Washington \
sat in on a program that kept Only one performance of each list of roles Include that of Mary born in the hasty heart" D C, for a conference with
them goggle-eyed and happy play will be presented here at the Magdalene in Cecil B. DeMilles It is the story of a lad who Rear Adm. Calvin T. Duigm, commander
throughout the entire proceedings station, both beginning at 2000 "King of Kings", plays the mother never had anything and who felt Fleet Air Jacksonville
"Hamlet" will be staged Dec. 31 of Hamlet in the Shakespearean he niust never therefore give anything The visiting Admiral will also
Enjoy: }VhtivltleWarmly and "A Hasty Heart" will be presented classic Miss Logan, who be- himself. A Scot he is, and inspect Naval Auxiliary Air Sta-
welcomed by Chaplain Jan. 1, Proceeds from the gan her career in the theatre as by heritage conditioned to ordin- tion at Cecil Field! which was reactivated -
Albert, chairman of the Christmas I sale of tickets to the Barter Thea- understudy in a revival of Flora ary economics. When others offer in November and now
Party, their day was full from tre's productions will go to the Dora" has played in movie roles' kindliness and even affection, he being readied as the new home of
1IfIth" first time they viewed the tree until the end of Training and Recreation Department more, Lon Chaney, Rod LaRoque, I his careful mind, sorrow is born Naval Air Station, R. I.
the program which included en- Priced at $1.00 tickets Charles Ray, Frank Mayo and of the hasty heart. The play isn't The Deputy Chief of Naval Operations -
tertainment by clowns, film shorts will be on sale soon Thomas Meighan. She has also i as serious as it sounds, It has some was the second commander -
chats with Santa Claus, and join- Robertireen Start starred with Walter Pidgeon, Clive I wonderful comedy In It. I of the Naval Air Station, reporting
ing in singing of carols led by the Directing "Hamlet" and appear- Brooke, Lionel Barrymore, Douglas I The three-act comedy play features here in April, 1912. After
All Saints' Chapel choir. ing in the title role U a young man Fairbanks, Jr, and Boris Kar- Frederic Warner in the lead- Admiral Price left here, he servedin
A feast of turkey sandwiches, who has himself become one of (off, ing role as a Scottish sergeant. the Pacific, leading air raids on
cakes, ice cream and fresh orange the most Important people in the | Three Act CoiiMHly Beautiful Josephine Parker plays Wake Island, the Marshall and
juice was anti-climactic to the dis world of the theatre Robert t "Hamlet" U the 200th produc-i,the nurse. Okinawa.Station .


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Jax Air News Ham NewsThe
Editorial Office o D 00
South Wing, Lourr Deck
Naval Air Radio Club has
W lg. MO
recently been reactivated. With L
Telephone Fdk-lIIOlon-81M the "shack" located at tb"lIlaUon! MAINSIDE AUDITORIUMMovie
&. Electronics WH'k.f'ncl1430
Laboratory the club *: Wt'.lula'a-1730 and 2000;
laaa .....!, (..... Paaeha.gStall has Anyone doubting the success tit .
Writer at present a Hammerbind 120x THURSDAY the Childrens Christmas pasty
RBG) receiver and "THE PLUNDERERS" Rod and Ilona Massey.FRIDAY .
( the use If starring Cameron
Tfc* JAX AIR NEWS ki publishedweekly held here, need only to read the
at the U. S. Naval Air Station a TCK-4 transmitter which covers following letters of appreciation
Jacksonville Floilda and print. the 20-40 and 80 meter bands "GIRL FROM MANHATTAN", featuring Dorothy Lamour and
forwarded to the Chaplain's office -
-d romrocrcUlty with 'lated
non-appropi j Plans are now under way to George Montgomery.,
fund at no expense to the Ko.nm.nt8n41 .
l.compliance with SecNav Circular build a 10-meter transmitter about SATURDAY AM SUNDAY
Letter 45-1918 dated 13 December 1945. 500 watts, using 813 in the final I."YELLOW SKY", with Gregory Peck and Ann Baxter. Dear Chaplain Albert
Copies are distributed free of charge One need not be a licensed ama MONDAY "I wish I knew how to adequately

Air at the Reserve Naval Training Air Station Unit,,Naval the Naval Auxiliary teur to become a member of the "LIVE TODAY FOR TOMORROW", presenting Frederic March express to all of you the

Air Station Cecil Held, and the club If anyone is interested in and tdmond: OBrien. very genuine gratitude that I
U, S. Naval Hospital.The j radio and the huge possibilities of TUESDAY AND UKDNLSUAY; should like to express personally,

world-wide contacts and friendships "THAT WONDERFUL URGE", starring Tyrone Power and Gene and In behalf of our officers, directors 1

JAX AIR NEWS It a member or it offers, he can attend any Tierney. staff workers, and particularly t',

the the Armed Ships Editorial Force Press Association Service. and Re- of the meetings and get acquaint the homeless and needy

reduction of material from these ed.Club youngsters who will be the beneficiaries -

sources must bear a credit line. Republication I I meetings are held the first 'Not New NuggetsLet's ()f the generous contribu-

service publications of other matter Is prohibited except without by- and third Thursday, of each monthat tions; and which we shall be more ,

permission of Editor .JAX AIR I 1200. M M, :McKenzie is president start the New Year than pleased to add to our special "
NEWS. I I of the organization with R. patronizing "Your" Not-New Christmas fund, and which will enable \

O. Otto, secretary-treasurer. Fred Thrift Shop. We have many us to not only provide everything

A cigaret lighter part was foundin I Wienberg is trustee and Lts. C. SALTY HUMOR FROM new things of interest to start in the way of Christmas

the lung of a 10-year-old Mississippi I W. Hitchcock and C C. Gantt the New Year off furnituie, gifts of new wearing apparel,
girl. A little joung to start I $rras public information of HERE AND THEREOh I cothlngmtforms, in excellent shoes and other clothing which so

inhaling, we'd say. i ficers. condition. Won't you drop in many of our children need so definitely .

well--I see no evil, speak and see cur New Year stock ? .

no evil, I hear no evil Boy, am I By the way, Tuesday is our "We want to ask that you will
New Year's r Message a sissy.. only Commission Sales day. be our very special thank-you
Not New Shop hours--1000 to I agent to the Chief Petty officersand

Two fellows, who hadn't seen 1400 Tuesday, Wednesday, and | friends at the Naval Air Sta-

t By Commanding Officer each other in ;years met Thursday._ ( tion, for a wonderful check for
"What are you doing now?" $50 to be used for the boys at

asked one, the Barrett Memorial Home, and
1 Naval Air Station commanding officer, Capt. Alvin I. "I'm a. panhandler replied the Officers InstalledAt the additional contribution of 5100.

Malstrom, has issued the following New Year's greetings to other to be used for the children at cur
"Panhandler?!" remarked theother Wives Meeting Receiving Home on Riverside avenue '<
station Navy and civilian personnel. In surprise. "You mean abeggar "

: "To all personnel, both Navy and civilian, serving on this ?" New '"el'cted officers of the We also want to express all the ,:!j

ftation, I extend New Year's greetings with the hope that "No," he explained run a Jacksonville Naval Air Station gratitude that words can expttsaIn
beauty parlor-I handle pans!" OfficeisMves' Club were installed connection with the marvelous
1049) bring about not only greater personal happinessbut
may at ceremonies at the New Christmas part, entertainment,
an even wider fulfillment of purpose and constructive Two tonsils lived in a drunks I Year luncheon in the 'O' club toys and refreshments, which our

effort toward peace and prosperity for all the world' throat. yesterday afternoon children will enjoy today. \Ve
--- "}If'Y. where are we? asked think it is very wonderful that
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-- -- - Officers installed included Mrs.

': Relief one"We tonsil.must be in Capistrano," James L Holland, incoming president you be jour mindful officers of and men should
Society so our Society
Mrs Chester A,
i answered the other. 'Here comes its
vice-president; Mrs Chester A. youngsters.'e) are grateful,
Meets another swallow. and earnestly hope that each and
I Briggs Jr, second vices president,
ASHORE j Mrs. Melville LeCompte, secretary al\( of you will have a much happier -

Auxiliary of the Father: "Marry my daughterla / arid Mrs. William 1... Thorpe, holiday season because cf all* .
Navy Relief Society will hold its Young man, you coudln't even t readier. that you have done and are doing 4
WHEN ON JIIUHTJ.OOK- \f TIlE I annual meeting Monday, Jan. 10 at keep her in underwear"Sea i for the children" '*

SALVA-'ON ARMY 1300 in the small chapel here at bee: "Frankly, sir, there are All men agree that a woman's Man'no C. Tagg. "
SERVICE MEN'S CLUB the Naval Air Station.Monday's limes when you don't do so well is
blush is bp'comlng-but lately it Male >* upC ":|
M2 WEST ADAMS ST. meeting la open to yourself,
becoming exinct Here are two more notes of appreciation 1
all friends and patrons of the
Phone 42104Jacksonville from the Bovs' Home *
Navy Relief Society. The December Daisy: "So had a date witha
Fla Association and the Home for Negro fr
monthly reports and the an- sailor? I
DMIMHrK; J4U He her from her Girls. jj
FKIUAl, jerked resting
nual report of the officers of the Mae: "No, I tore my dress on anaiJ.
2030--Candlellght carol sing Can bemolded local auxiliary will be presented. ." place "How awfully nice of you and j

TlllH for IIAl you',to JAMAK1 send home: 6thJKiO 5.5He And held her strong and firm. the CPO and their friends to give \

.-Sihtwelng! until 16OO.1U.W : "Am I good enough for Susan: "Yes'm, I'se gettin' everything He pressed her to his burning lips Us the generous check lor cur j
,Disc Jockey Handicraft I In action until. 22.*). you dearest?" ready for my wedding', Is I And she knew he was a worm. boys, in addition to the fine party ;
Also 8t 1930. Class.t'RIUAI'
JAMAKl Ilk She: "No you're not; but you're happy ? Why M'am could anyonebe you provided for them. We are
la-. .Fishing tilp lianxportatlon fur. too good for any other girl." happier than. bride preparingher He crushed her then unmercifullyAnd very happy to have this gift, and
nlsht-d torso? threw her out in the cold. especially over the good will andfrlf'ndline.s
It.iOHo'back: riding-GI Haj burners
membership open. "I see the Chief ta getting For he was just a fag-fiend, of your outfit. The
,SATIKDAV. JAMAKY Sib double chin." Verily, most people have no respect And she-a burnt Old Gold. money will be used, as you indicate

Open House-Meet your friends, bring "Yeah too much work for one, for age unless it be bottled for something that will help
jour friends, I guess" Little Willie "Papa what make the spirit of Christmas continuous ;

liUO-Club"I'NA"A Pill ty. t'AKI' Wk "That will be enough out of Thou hast not truly had a hangOVf'r makes!! the world go around 1"BIg' I ," '

1KoJ'lInl'akf'l, you," said the milkmaid as she until thou canst stand the Willie: "Didnt I tell you tq nOJ''' nnme Assoc'iatiost.

14i(>.-Home. town houii, moved to another cow noise made by ye Bromo Seltzer, keep out of the cellar "This will acknowledge, with '
17Xk-,\'...per Time L .- ..- great appreciation, :your cash donation
1NK>- Bullet Supper11UO *
-,Date Time of $40 to the Duval County
MIIIII.4"AXI'AK: \ 10U Parental Home for Negro Girls. '
193 touting party. In the club-Handkraft "By the use of this money, we 1
Class-Leather, plastics, wood .
and labile painting. I I ITl d .a were able to make their Christmas

';!'tlJA"AIIl'AU\ lllh f merry and more bountiful. Your
31.'O-Skating[ paity Singing wheels t 1 fine interest in this institution is \.
Club membership open i et ,
; d-- greatly appr.daLE'd.nd we assure
\tiUNEvDA: )', JANUARY mil C ,
Weekly paity-"All hands on deck t you that through the Board and
ietty girl In night" Door Filzeloor the Superintendent of the Home, 1
.. }' show-Radio talent, a a Helma Hodge, we believe we are 1
-.4' NOU AVAlLAHIr; At ( IIBMewest i ti t.
tending maleilal-Dormitory l M4YtX giving: an opportunity to many :
InormatlonSholt'1'IElf'Ctrlc lion girls, who would not otherwise be !
-Sewing kit Checking service reached with good influence] except ,
Fishing: rod Wrapping service -
and cold e: 1 o :$ through this institution.
lint. tong a canteen with mob'' ., i XV yet I
drinks hot coffee and tasty land 4 0e Y+ew. "Again thanking you, and with

withes, ; 0, all good wishes to you and jour *
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organization for a very Happy
New Year"

Chief *w > Home For Negro Girls.
J _
Carpenter| s. .-

Named To Pilot I Openings Listed .


Tiger HoopstersChief At Kindergarten

Several openings exist., in the 4- I'

5 age group of the nursery kindergarten ,
Ed L
Carpenter appointedhead
class according to Mrs'
coach last week of the NAS :
C A Billie Bedard, teacher in charge. 'i
,, :
Tiger basketball squad for the Covering
every phase of kindergarten -
coming season, has Issued the first w4I
activity, the classes are
call for team candidates
e& held from
: 0900-1200 :Monday
Under Carpenters wing last
\ f through Friday at building No. j
Mason the Tigers overcame the 1101
( on Allegheny street
I lack of a strong: offensive to turn -{ I
in some sensational performancesto 4 ;
j ronnd out the season with an 45 M' I

\ 16 win 6 loss record. Three of the -t: mmmmrm I
defeats came before the able skip. e !

per took over, and the quintet will At the Statloi rkspt't Blrmlakan ;
/' try to smash, that record this year u head and Muslin Aveaae
i/ Coach Carpenter will be blessed l'retstaat
I s i, 0030( Sunday School
with several returnees this season,
1 > 104S-C neral
Worship Service, Chap
) plus the addition of newly acquired a lain Francis 1. Albert

l talent Tommy White, one of I a. p3y ? M Mf 070-( ". sat alkalis ,
the outstanding: colored athletes I L 09.30-Maas .

'R. h'f'le at NAS Jax will turn his 6' 3" I Chaplain S. A. Melting will officiate) :
frame to the- hardwood aa the at both ma****. )
r a e .
No. 1 holdover, with Bob
man and Milton Turner (ChE'at./I __________,______ _... ....__ _,..____..u m'mm.' n An II outdoor maintained Nursery between for small UWW chJlJjiuU and-

t the nest of the nucleus. A REAL HOLIDAY TRr.AT-Eaprewsing: am e and complete "-1rrment at all that goes on :

Anyone wishing to go out for around them children of Navy personnel Mid their g..f ttt from nine Jacksonville home and Orphan. NAVAL 1IOM-ITAL CHAPEL

the; Tiger: quintet should contact; aie, have Iheimelvf a> fine limp at tliv annual Children'* ('hrINt....... party te VI at the Naval Air Ma Wai 4 A1)Prteeia.l

" Chief Carpenter at building 726 I tina Dec. 24., A* annual treat fur the kiddie", the JW8 affair was tabbed a.. ..or of lion mart MMrefcf -
5' ,, 1000'-Divln. w.isbty. CAs lala r.
t>r by fVne at 3. l ever staged l here D, Hewitt, Jr,

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I Plenty Of Spirit

-- Action in Intra-Mural Circuit
I[ j

: i-:4; : Begins With 19 Teams In FoldI

f s I ---
HOLIDAY HANGOVERS-Multitudinous t 4 I They left the starting gate menu with ComFaJr meeting Sup::

Christmas parties 1' Wednesday and won't reach the I ply, Hospital and NARTU will
throughout the Department half way mark until February 3rd, meet in the top game of the day

brought a wide variety of trinkets but you can bet your bottom dol- the Maulers duel Radio Central,
the k lar that the 19 entries in the All- VU will go against Dispensary'sand
rl that delighted or dismayed reoJ"
cipients. Notable, was Santa's little Station Intra-Mural cage race will in the night-cap Operationswill
assistance In the gift of a dime- 4t + be in the battle down to the wire. tangle with Personnel.

store diamond ring. Added was the This week as the American and Eight American league gamesare
,J" rotation, "You've been a happy L-- ational loops get into full awing on the agenda next week with

man too long!" Charlie Hoi- ,- every team will get a chance to four games on Tuesday and Thurs
ywood-here-I-come) Fait received show its wares. On :Monday with day. VA, 81 opens up against R-l
and mechanical the first game starting at 0900) at 1000 on Tuesday, VA 83 will
.' a toy car a cat I
that rolls over. Marion Fulcher in the National league, one of the meet the title defending Overhauland
;", got his two front teeth. / feature battles of the day will pita Repair quintet, the Marine
d o-i strong NARTU five against the I cagers clash with ComAirLant,
Most in the *
display were eye- talented Operations combo. and Ordnance and Gunnery will
killing neckties' that the male lJp.i F S : r M y0 '
Both lock
j quintets are boasting a horns with FASRON 6.
ulace drew out of their sto'klng"l I powerful lineup and will be among I Thursday a pair of top-notch
--some .of them looked like the I the top contenders in the battle games will be on tap when the
stockings themselves The : station title. Overhaul and i
for the Marines battle the (Police for
gaiN garnered the usual assortment Repair' of the American leaguewas | hardwood honors and O&R tangles II

of compacts, stationary, and I I the 1948 champion and will I with VA 81. Ordnance and Gun-
1 jnkels One of the" numerous
some competition nery meets R-l and FASRON 6
"' .
rlstrt Swllll''ot.
>tvs displays. throughout the race. S takes on ComAirLant in the final
'(* to Correspondence, whose Schedule. Set I two frays.

lavish display exhibit denoted, good Other National league games on Following the hoop loop's team
taste ami an affluence of spirit. : will have the Maulers
Monday I captains meeting early this week
". Accounting ran a close second
clashing with tough Bomfa
a Dispensaryfive Chief George director of
place and without doubt drewfirst ComFair will meet VU, Sup:; the loop, stated that the eager an-
prize for the prettiest tree. I ply will tangle with the Hospital ticipation to get the play 'under

Honorable mention In the displaycompetition team, and the unpredictable Per way by every team in both loops
goes to first deck and I sonnel quintet takes on Radio Cen shows promise that the brand of
South ana which relied on originality : I'j I tral. On
I Wednesday another five ball the entries will be playing

atmosphere and cleverness. FrankIIcox. for! holiday suggests ;- I OH nor, LOOKA IItluCompletely! oblivion; f't'h; 'cameraman : I National- loop- h contests_ are on the : will be full of pep and ginger.

that we send all the old i kiddies at the Nursery Christmas party held here last week, i --- -

Xmas trees to the dog hospitals.As have no eyes and attention for anything but the many toys they

:I for the New Year-Looking received at the affair. Closing Date I Classes Slated

Backward-In spite of the shutdown

.I' rumors which sprang up I Nearing For i For Life SavingAt
early in '48, the overall picture HE'Z/i.1l6Jlfl

for the year was a maximum of

: hiring and a minimum of' reduc Photo EntriesNavy Indoor PoolA
tions. March saw the early spring -
j training of Supply's Softball team 0 & R Tr !
I under the direction of Clyde Whit- personnel desiring to enter senior Life Saving Class to

aker. The team managed to finish i the All-Navy Photography contest, be conducted by the Red Cross will
the season well out in front ACCESSORIES nn'ISION-Ex-, can't-do-thls-to-me) Irwin and under way since last July, have a open next Wednesday Jan. 12 at
Near the middle of the year Ellen it the old year, enter the new. Already Mrs. Juanita Evans Congratu- I little more than a month to prepare the Naval Air Station indoor pool,
Griff won the Beauty Queen dozens of resolutions have lations to Dreslner for his beneficial I their entries, with the deadline it was learned today 1

award. Shortly thereafter the j been broken, all the tree trimmings suggestion awardVel- set for Feb. 15. Part of the educational program
match-play golf tournament was i have been packed away for come to Chief Rhodes of the Inspection I Entries submitted to the recre- sponsored' by the Life Saving

held, with Jack Sharpe copping another year. t staff. By Kllut4 etliMa ation department here before that Corps each year, the class will
." the Paul O'KeeteJook 2nd <-h. date will be forwarded to Washington -
trophy meet
In the Interim, Ruth Grund- every Wednesday evening! ,
flight honors. November and Harvest mann had a birthday, as did Frances ENGINEERING NEWS Understand D. C., for competition in from 1900 to 2100 at the Indoor
Ume the costume Lt. C. A. Briggs receiveda the" Inter-Service contest with a located
brought 1'einberton Braddock fin- pool In building 6H on
t ball. (That's enough about that) ally escaped from his own private worthwhile gift from the Engineering J worthy grand prize awaiting the Gillis StreetConducted

December merely brought the salt mine Muscles Mcfiiilreha folks More hetesayhas winning photo. under the direction
first paragraph of this column, i acquired a load of lunchtime it that Mary D. has some big Rules which govern the contest of Dick Griffin and other qualifiedRed

followed by the new year. pasxrngers Chief Stack has Santa ((8 feet high) mounted on call for.a selection of the bE'ltsubmiUtd Cross instructors, the classes
looking forward: (Facts and I been working overtime lately. her roof just above the sun room pictures aboard any station will be held each week for nine

feasible fiction) Betty Colgan With all this cool weather we've of her home on Dancy and Post or ship, the winners of which weeks. The only cost to the indi-
take and streets Albert Tuggle oft will in command contests
up flying very noon ( had lately, the fishermen have was compete vidual will be the textbook on
meanwhile she ha taken up Midi come out of seculsion. Seems the a few.days, but showed up Thurs- and the winning photos in turn "Red Cross Life Saving and Water

Kiifxtell Rose) Marie Meet I lakes and creeks are full of fish day only! to find out that HerbH. go up for scrutiny in eight different Safety". Transportation to classescan
and Clara Speer will continue to I Just begging to be caught. They'rethick broke open the lock on his desk. regional groups. In the final be arranged.Registrations .
hoe their gardens In which Clara as flies around the shallow Mrs. Banks has been away for step, the photos go to the Chief of for the class here,
Mates there is a small fortune a few days visiting! her daughterin Naval Personnel in Washingtonbefore
to 17 of
spots and cypress knees. Watch it open young men years age
raising garlic John Colvinwill the hospital in Daytona Beach the dealine Feb. 15.
boys, you can't cast when they'rehiding and over, are now being accepted.Further .
continue his study of piano Daisy C. spent the holidayswith A limit of only three entries in information be
like that This calls' for pole can secured -
and voice Supply keglersvlll her hubby visiting friend each of four categories has been
fishing, bamboo poles, that is I from Ernest Knight: at Red ..'
conclude their and relative In Charlotte, N C. set and color
all-month bowling .photos, including Cross 7-7471
Try Lake Lochloosa, Orange Lake headquarters, or
league In March (In which 'Tate and Lake Santa Fe. What I Is this about Engineer prints and transparents, will be from any member of the Life Saving .
claim Ills train Mill bl'a 11'J'am. \.....- I bowling ? Come on boy' let's havea judged separately if submitted as
: e leader) Jim Mmllgan of ,| Congratulation, to Johnny Bar winner New "lirown Bag-: an individual category. Included in Corps. ess
Disbursingmay get enough foot ry. It's another boy Our deepest I I gem" in Engineering are Mary D., the black and white categories are

ball UI.uts''Otl'lI to be proclaimed > sympathy to \lona Cunningham Llbbya B., Tiny S., Nick P, and ((1) the Navy, Marine, and Coast Fliers ResumeContinued
all-time center for Dinal county whose husband recently passed Walt M. But where else can Me Guard both on and off duty; ((2)) I

lie is already listed t In the finals away The night shift ha I'atlIy Libbya Ho'ett.RO'lNG landscapes and architecture; ((3)) ( from Page 1)
two new membersoody (you- people and customs; ((4)) general Jack-
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:Marie Fleming, now Mrs Wood Jim Turner in the first half of that Austin T. Drinkwater has a pictorial.All sonville in the preliminary to

,+ (which this column predicted way j| this.year, In other predictions: I new name since Xmas. He is now pictures will not only be Wednesday's fray here. The local
'" back in '48) will take up house | Jane Wyman and Laurence Olivier known as "Papa Poopsie" Sr., and Judged for appeal of subject mat sextette likewise copped their
\, Harrington j will take the Academy picture there's something to do about a : ter, but also composition and general initial tilt, swamping the King

\ wilt hang onto his long. awards for 1948 And so, after lamp post too. Mattie Wood technical excellence as well. Edward girls, 33-17. The preliminary -
I Johns he got for Xmas Betty 18 months and 68 issues, your and Dick Lachman are a newly engaged Awards will be given to all winners gets under way at 1915 (7:15:
j Young, whose sparkler will knock present Sallies bows out to your couple--along about June at station and group levels p.m.)

I your eyes out, will become Mrs. new reporter, Joan Negus, who they'll be Mr. and Mrs. and the All-Navy grand prizes will I

WalthaH sometime this ;year I, takes over with the next edition. Happy to hear that 1'1r8. Naval be awarded to the winners of the Ii i

Sadie Murphy will become Mrs I Bye nowl I III recovering nicely James Gill inter-service contest. Congratulations
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week in Nebraska. Guess he'll l>e (Continued from Page 1))
to back to the olil Local Robert W. Goodreau and Mrs.
Commercicd uletin I glad get good
sunny ( ?) south again! What's Danny Priest.
I (Continued from Page 1) committee
Program : Chaplain
Bulletin will be accepted only until space la filled. Call' ext 8230.I this! about Dottle Dicksou sleepingIn freshments were served, bore an''F. D. Hewitt, USN, chairman;
the garage? Could It be she's in
SAI.K: Will share -5-room- prtt;:; and; ga I the dog-house? By \VynoiuvSpurlock. I I atmosphere of rich holiday spirit, Mrs. F. L. Albert, Bandmaster O.
'41 Pontiac ((81 4-door nedan. New two- rage. Adults only Phone 2-9647 evenings 1 achieved by the commissary stewards I. McMillan, and Phyllis Poole,
tone paint job. Good condition.. Call and Sundays. ) and mess cooks, whose preparations ChSp// I.
D. Gl'fatl'l'h at 2-1171. Trailer space, $12 per month tree t netted loud and
Two piece living room suite and washing bouts garden space fishing and He: "Are ;you free Saturdaynite Refreshment committee: Ltdr.
machine 75.: Binder, 8-9Xl.: ) hunting. River View Trailer Park, 12 ?" applause. G. N. Stroud, USNR, chairman;
Washing machine for isle Automatic, miles south on Route 17. Black Creek. Already overcome from generosity Mrs. Theodore Lachman, Lt. R. G.
has pump Will) cell lor $75.: J. C. Nicely furnished housekeeping room She: "No, but I'm reasonable" the children from
Hoyclic1378.. Luc'kie, USN. Decorating committee -
for embbiycd couple Phone 2-3733. ----- i
:193S Buick 4-door sedan :Motor over.h.nulrd. -Two bedrooms 1I'lnlO'nnm., dining [ the homes and orphanages were : Lcdr. Donald L. Jacks chair-
$350 term fee cur at 5210YVeramnett room, bat hand electrically furnished 1 given a "take-home" gift of fruits man; Lcdr. D. M. Rait, USN; Mr.
Bhd. R. K. Lambing. Kitchen.. Phone 2-0902 and nuts, as they departed from Thomas J[. Cowan.Transportalton .
1940 Mercury: sedan. Fifth house across Nicely furnished room at 1338 Belvedere. I the base.
11111 h on Center. Will sell for $t>50. Phone 2-6205. committee: En-
Ask for Mr. Oveibje.Your Flue rooms and garage Gas water i Contributing heavily to the success sign B. H. Miles, USNk. chaliman.
car or motorcycle can be tradedon ht'alpr.lumlshed. $40 per month. Call of the Christmas Party, the ----- -- --' -
my all plane A Culver Cadet, $!U95. Rhoden. Ext 583 hop 1322.: :! Chief Petty Officers' Club pI esent- I Scout Troop No. 131 pioviii'd: escort -
I'h. 89784. One and two room cabins. J2 14 and $33
3 pit-re living room suite, two chain per month. At Califano Cabins Villa ed a gift of $641.15, collected I service.
and unfa. E. L. Martin, 1336A Ran- See Callfano at Shop 426. O&R. among its members, for distribu- The Christmas Party committee,
lo.|>h St., NAS. Furnished rooms at 117 South Second n tion to the homes for the purchaseof which prepared and cani-nl 1 out
1941 Nash 4-duor sedan In good condition Ave. Jax Beach Phone 3-lollowsy I at I
t for $650. Dlckson. J"t.J7.,; Ext. 323. permanent equipment In addition all the plans, under the direction
Living loom tulle, dinette set curtains Two bedroomOth kitchen pihll.eges. the club presented each hy-mc of General chairman, Chaplain!
bedroom suite, couch And hide- Call Smith at 2-4 awuy bed. Bondage. I'h. 2-WW6. Two newly decorated housekeepingrooms
M'ell l Carried Out Chaplain Arthur C. Boyer, assistant -
mull gas: heater. ,Phone 2-23S3.: convenient MAS. Phone
.t *'(I bedroom bungalow( for ,ul... $2.000 Joyner at 2-OJXN. A similar party, carried out in I: general chairman; Mi's. A.
down. Hut m-cplvcr and barbecue Two attractive loom with pilvatc similar fashion, was held simultaneously I I. Malstrom, steering committee
F, Ford <. bath. Mrs B. S. Baker 75426.: ,
pit A. evening; .. ,
!HIf11.! "I l t:I.I'" y r .r.y Vr for colored children at chairman;; Lt. Bettie B. West,
louse for sole on 4>4 sere lot In Or. Lout-At "O" Club on New Year's Eve J the 604 Club, at the request of colored USN, gift committee chr.irman;
f any Park Call Nelson lit Ext. 706. Antique gold link bracelet set with personnel. Chaplain F, D. Hewitt, US.J, program -
Douse trailer, 1947 Indian W.,rioI.. 24 blue sapphlte Finder pleas< phone .'..
Volunteer hosts of officers committee chairman Ix'Or.
enlisted : ;
fool. Sectional furnltui, $1NK> Con- 2-5666 .or leave nt "O" Club ilcsk. '
tact Chief Meteair. Cecil fltld. Wanted-Klde to NAS from SoiHhulde. men. Navy wives, and Donald L. Jacks, USN, decorating
FOB MKNT': Phone Hrniletla Webb. lit *-57t>4.Baby WAVES, assisted in greeting and committee chairman; and: Ensign
I Comfortable coiner town with lichen Sitter: Would |meter jol. atNAS. "Arc yes *.'* you're ucing} t1'' 1'guiding the visitors during the B. H. Miles USN transportation
pilvllrye"! one block harm RcfJM'- Carol PmlMm. 1015 Eailn St. cI.U"
vi It thud Call 2-SJ3U after J6IXX ]\I AS. Phone Ext KM5.,. : tight r>.() t aJ1). The utation's! tWn Boy chairman.'C" .



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Page JAX AIR NEWS Qn 1949

local Golf' Crown I 1948 Pictorial Sports Review __ ri r

Seized By Grego I

Hard-driving Anthony Grego continued his rapid climbto

the golfing forefront by capturing the Naval Air Station

golf crown, defeating Amil Furry 4 and 3 in the championship -

flight match of the all-station tournament held at the

local links recently.

Carrying the banners of the

f Supply Department, Grego fought up earlier in the tournament to

,,: his way to the finals by downing gain a place in the finals

Erwin Scott, 2 and 1, Furry, on Trophies AwardedIn
the semi-finals of the fifth
the other hand, had to wage a
tougher battle to gain his berth in flight, L. Branneman pinned a de-
feat on R. M. Humes by bangingout
the finals, disposing of defending
I\,> champion Joe McDonald McDonald a four and three final score, \
while C. A. Schroeder who will be
was all-service champ! in 19(7,
:yt. his opponent in the final round, a
but went down before powerful -
gained a victory over Charley Anderson Li S ;
swinging of Furry. I ; 1'1il
DecidedIn by firing a two-up final
Other Flights! count last week. I ,
,: the first flight championship
'L' Doc Henderson, representing the Jack Harvey, station golf pro,
t. bowled announced upon completion of the
Mainside Dispensary over ;
matches, that Q' r a
trophies for the All-
I Ii
Robert Allen 5 and 3 after having
Station tournament winners will
gained a chance at the finals on
be awarded on the 15th of this '
a default from C B. Connally. Allen ; i
month when all the
participants in
downed J.V, Lloyd with a
I the tourney meet for team
admission to S
four and two to gain I
match the station links.
the final round of play. I ;
tain A. I. Malstrom, Commanding :
'1' Chester Briggs of Overhaul and :
Officer is expected to make the
Repair came out on top in the second I presentations. ..3A,5o

flight finals with a [5 hnd 4 I I .

win over Charlie Miller of the I

Photo Lab. Briggs defeated F.

Ballenger in a semi-final with a'' Local Boxers ,

two-up tally while Miller gaineda

a chance in the final round bv
knocking off A. y Kettles the Open Season } $3

l week before with a 4 and :3S ,

me flay Continues U t-x
t-" A default from W T. Tippett Against BulletsCoach '

r' automatically gave J. J. Goodcn of

r... ComFair Jax the title in the third I "Chips" Chipparoni's record ; ':

flight. Goodens, however, had to 1919 crop of NAS leatherpush- I : .
fire a two and one to come out I ers will take off their wraps Wed-

on top in a close match with C. M. I nesday night when they meet a

Dumbauld in the semi-finals. TiP-I tough and highly-touted corps of I MI
pet defeated J. F. Rentz mittinen at Green Cove Springs. A I r

their set'h, which al- dozen hand picked fistmen will\ i : 4 Y
so proved to be close. carry Jax-Navy spangles into the I '

The fourth and fifth flight fin- initial squared-circle duel.

als have not yet been played, but The local nngmen have a heavy

two close matches are expected to schedule slated for them early this

take place. In the fourth flight, season. Following the Wednesday I 4i

Charles Denton, who defeated A. night fray Chipparoni's chargeswill II : vR

L. Norton 4 and 2 in the semi- meet the Green Cove men in I

finals, is slated to tangle with M a return smoker here at mamside I

A. Boczek in the final round. Boc- auditorium February 3rd. Feb. 16, I ,

zek downed W. Lewis with a two- 17 and 18 the NAS squad will en- I
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ter the Jacksonville Golden Gloves C'g'
-- -- Tourney Another pair of tough i, ; : 1

battles come up on March 10 and I I
Driving Range
I 18 when they tangle with the Pen- :

Reveals HoursThe sacola squad on a home and home

basis. The Pensacola ring corps I

boasts a varsity team with more
Station Golf Course nrh'-j I
i than two representing'
men every
be |
ing KatigeUII open from ,
0900 until hiindmui dally efept \- i weight class

on Saturdays and lighters Heady !

when It Mill close! at SlIlIlIap'i Joe Martin, the "Fightiix Yeoman ,
," will lead the Jax light- : !
i weights through the ropes. :Mar- ss :i ii I
tin's record is irnpressi\e. He recently ,
Display added to his ring laurels, !

when he was awarded the most

Startling Form popular boxer trophy for his out- s ,eiIl i iI
standing performance in the I
I Cracker A. C.'s Southeastern C \ \

In Links ConfabTopnotch 'i Tournament of Champions in Savannah a I

Ga., last November. II i
a; vr I
'I Pat Patterson and Richard Beck .
juniors performed in round out the vets in the local

grand style to keep pace with I ring. Patterson, a holder of many
their elders in the first annual'I local and middleweight .titles lost

: Junior and Senior golf tournament berth
an All-Navy Championship
, played in the station links over
last year by a hair-line decision. -
the holidays. Beck returns to the NAS sport- ? a'Y

e Slated to be an annual affair, light after a brief absence from

the tourney is comprised of two the picture and will be the only Y

divisions, one involving golfers 13 bantamweight in next week'smeet.
I years and older and the other 12years ,
and under, each paired with M VOf;
Hall and Dick Duvell Join
an adult. The contestants drive alternately -
I Patterson in the middleweight
t with their paitners
class.! Eddie Downs, Matt Thompson -
G. H. Gullakson and D. Haas '
and Joe Lasky will pad the
copped the first division, consist-
entries and Hal McKinney -
ing of golfers over 13 paired with lightweight
Chuck Quillon areChlpparonl's
adult. The duo neat and
t an compiled a
welter choices Walt
t aggregate' of 48 in nine holes of
Underwood will sqare off in thelight
piay to finish on top. Although
class and "Little" Joe
Il off with a bad start on the first heavy 1bt

,!hole, where they tallied an/ eight, Navarre will handle the flyweight

i I. Gullakson and young Haas settled chores
II -- --
'r' down and took the rest of the layout I -- -

i I' in stride. Runners-up in the the high three game position la

to first group were R. V. Allen and I Youngsters Slated Overhaul-Repair Keglers Hold Carlson of VF-82. Connor is thirdin

hU youthful partner Charlie Rice this bracket with 527 and Bower

who posted a 51. For Ring LessonsBoxing from 0&ilt fourth with 518!

In the second division, Comdr.A. classes for the, dependents Top Rung Of Officers Circuit while Burnett, also third In the

C. Berg paired with 11-year-old high average group, is in fifth
4 of
I George Smith to cop the round from years age place with 509.Gamache .
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Naval and Marine Overhaul and I I
and of The power-packed
with a score of 50 for nine holes. up ,
r wins and slipped from
personnel here at Naval Air Repair bowling squad of the Officer's president and Secre-
Lt. Comdr. A. E. Furry and daughter 1 I into fourth
Station are scheduled to get un- League retained its grip on the second place spot tary of the league, who spills the
Joan, teamed-up to tally at 52 I|! for tie with the VA-85 Maulers,
derway soon, Lt. Comdr. Don- the first place position over the a pins for FASKON 6, let fly to cop
to take the runner-up spot in the closed I each having won seven out of the first place in the high rank
l 12 and under ald L. Jacka, Physical Train- holidays when the keglers I game
,, Ten group. in the ing and Welfare Officer, announced their third week of competitionwith I I twelve games played. with a score of 212 pins in a single
I couples competed early this week. a perfect count of 12 wins Robert Connor of VA-84 is leading string. He U followed closely
match, which is being planned as in the high Plummer of VA-81, who boasts b.
defeat. average group
an annual affair Mrs. T. B. Elli- This will, be the first junior against nary a I
class for 'youngsters in Cheater A. Brings, Jr., star atom with 175 while Chester Briggs, Jr., single game score of 203. ,
son, chairman of the tournament, boxing
smasher the O&R squad, to- in second with 171. Burnett of VA- Jr., l.s' near the top in this bracket
and on
r announced that trophies will be the history of the station, I
83 tallied cool 169 for third as well as the other two. having
taled 572 for high three game a
in box- a
all Interested ,
awarded to the winners of the recent personnel
instruction for their children total in the tourney to keep his high average. Taylor, another VA- tallied a 199. Connor, another keg
meet at the Husbands and
"" ing call the Physical Train- club in the top position.Not 83 maple knocker, rolled over l lr who pi iced in the other two divisions -
Wives monthly golf tourney which ,
165: amassed 197 total to
at extension too far behind the first Enough ducks for a average a
commences Jan 16. ing Department team is VF-83 with 10 wins and Byrne, a FASUON 6 bowler, stand in fourth and Robinson of
Husbands and wives wishing to 593, giving the age group place
1 Jan. for instruction and two 10lll !tt. FASRON 6 is holding id in fifth place with a 161 average. VA-83 U fifth with i single game
enter the contest 16 availability per-
on are dovnt the third slot with eight Following C. A. Briggs, Jr., in tally of 192 pins
asked to call extt'nJiulU.. iod.


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