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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 1949
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Reserve A Seat For "Hamlet" and "The Hasty Heart"




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Vol. 6-No. 41 13 January 1949



Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville And Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District


UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
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..4lAItS I March Of Dimes




Begins Saturday



a. Two-Week Local CampaignTo



Benefit Paraylsis Cases

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; Unit representatives of the Naval An Station will meet

#' Ii"" I today to formulate plans for the annual ")larch of Dimes"

> campaign to raise funds to support the National Foundationfor

S g li;'aA t / I Infantile Paialvsis.

r / I With Chaplain (Capt. ) Franck :
L Albert designated as chairman, I warded to the District Representative .

) OP 181' Called In I the station fund-raising campaigngets headquarters Sixth Naval
under way Saturday Jan, 15 District
an emergency rush to dismantle .
ytY m I and closes Jan 30 II
R "'tom "a live bomb" by an excited\
Selected and
I I by Department
s
Ja(con, this In what Chief Harry Unit heads, the various representatives I II I Barter Theatre

< Offrnhaiivr (lift) found at the I who will map their campaign

scene of eviitemtMit-H..fl old at this morning's conference, will Cast -
I solicit contributions within their Brings Top
cannonball .till fillnlilh dry
I respective' units. I II
, black POM tier. Tim "bomb"* I This year as in the past, contributions For Two Shows
slionn enlarges In the photo at will be on a purely volun- \
contained leadfuseueii tary basis, with all station personnel -
top an antique Tickets for the two Barter
both civilian and service, invited -
and ponder "h 1(11 led
to contribute Theatre production, "Ham-
Offenhaiiser to place ltd origin/ It has been pointed out that let" and "The Hasty Heart,"
likely at type us<" to he presented here Jan 31 !rand
of J81' personnel families have been af.j
flicted with polio during the past Feb. 1, respectively. will
Some still have mild cases
year
and have already responded to ,1 go on sale next week, it was

prompt treatment. Others are revealed by the Physical

NARTU Pilot more serious, and treatment of Training and Kecieation/ Department -
bF. these is being continued These I
Gains Honors victims have benefited from funds sponsors of the two ,

raised locally in this Marth of I shows.With.
Pilots of local \MF 144 of Dimes" campaign. ..
Florida has been only one evening per-
Jacksonville NARTU got an fortunately
IE x of each to be
formance play
F + I unexpected treat while paitici- spared any great polio epidemic I presented
here the NATTC audi-
patlng in the Miami Air Maneuvers 'During 1918 the worst afflicted 1 at
torium, tickets have been pricedat
last Sunday as they areas were in Virginia, North Car-
watched one of their own members olina, Califoima and Texas, The i $1.00, with proceeds going to
place third in the Contin- drive here is held in conjunctionwith the welfare department" of the
and Recreation
---I ental Trophy race for midget the national campaign waged Physical Training
I planes annually to combat the dreaded Department Both showings are

Safety Leaders Flying a racer that he helped disease and to aid infantile par- open to the public.Iitinguihed.
build, Lt. Thomas B. Heisel of alysis victims I 'a"t

Gainesville, an organized re- Funds collected here will be for- The celebrated Barter Theatreof
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serve of the "Weekend Warriors Virginia will present a distinguished -
," flew the 21.mile courseat cast, headed by RobeitBieen
Hold Conference an average speed of 170001 Weekend WarriorsIn I and Jacqueline Logan, In
miles per hour to finish third their presentation of Shakespeare -
-' Steve Wittman won the race Miami Air Show 's Hamlet" Breen, present
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Industrial safety will eventually occupy an importance I for midget planes with a speedof secretary of the Ao neiican (
in the social welfare of the nation comparable to that :now 176,867 miles per hour. Naval Air Station Reserve 1 i National Theatre and Academy, -- __
The craft which Training Unit Weekend Warriors directed and acted in the ,
I speedy was original
held by preventive medicine Capt. C. M. Shaai MC USN "
designed by Curtis Pitts, was manning 30 fighter planes, I "G. I, Hamlet" in 19ii Breen
told members of the Regional Safety Conference, now ( built by Heisel and Pitts from participated in the air maneuvers I first played Hamlet: at the age of

vening:.at the Naval Air Station, at a banquet held Tue 'on-I the ground up Entered in the held in Miami, Fla, last Sun- 21, having toured 15000 miles in ;
atthe Ofiiceis' club.In midget race which limited size day in observance of Naval Reserve the role of the Dane In 1937

his address, Capt. Shaar, I -------- of engine displacement to 190 Day. he was engaged by John Barry
guest speaker at the banquet and the Navy. He acted as master of cubic inches, Heisel placed firstin Commanded by bra j. Thomas E. more to direct his projected Hol-

commandingofficer of the U. S, 'I ceremonies at the banquet hele.I I his hE-at.race, was second in I Mobley Jr, the Marine Squadron lywood Bowl revival of the play
VMF 144, with the Miami
Naval Hospital, reviewed the the semi-finals and wound up Joined One of the most demanding rolesof
I Guests at the conference I
I NARTU to form the unit that ,
air
favya accident prevention program Includ'j third in Sundays trials the theatre, that of Oplulia
I! (Continued on Page S) performed in the maneuvers,
.. pointing out .the integration ... II I in Hamlet will be performed
. /of preventive medicine with Industrial i --I by dark.haired and vivacious Gerry -

safety measures as appliedto I Jedd opposite Breen, Miss Jedd
accident prevention.Now m st joined Barter last season after T'-

in their final day here the (Continued on l'agt 2) ( ,
65 delegates from the Sixth, -- -- .ti
Eighth, 10th and 15th Naval dis-
tricts, along with representativesfrom Income Tax Aid (

Naval Bureaus in Washing.
ton, are discussing all phases of Available HereI
Industrial and hygienic safety I
and precautionary measures: Air Station military

(ontiniitt Today l t personnel: who encounter difficulty
At
Wednesday the Bureau representatives < a "a in fathoming the new income '
tax forms, or have trouble
from Washington conferred -
while general mE'elingsI I in compiling their income
group
and. discussions are slated for today \ : rtit Al tax assistance returns beginning, will be offered Feb 14 free

Presiding the conference A
over is representative from the office
Comdr. William A. Zobel, CEC I of the Collector of Internal
USN, director of the safety Revenue will set up office in
sion, office of industrial diVi'l zd s Room 141-A of the Administration -
executive office of the building from Feb It until
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Feb 18, between the hours of -'
1 0830 and 1730 each day. The e _
"'Leave Carry Over representative will assist serve -

ice personnel with their income .
Set At 60 DaysStation tax problems {
Iiih iZ WI

civilian employees have -. -- '- .. .'- ,- .->>- --.,' .... .. '",'. Civilians can also obtain as* '7
been informed to reduce their UNEXPECTED: their of suitance in filling out their income i
l\IEETINO--CUnunlnr general tour the Naval Air Station. last Friday,
Kav'o during the calendar about 100 sixth grade student from Latkavvanna School, headed by It members of the School) tax: forma at the office of.
1D49 10 that no employee will Hoy Patrol, were treated to an unexpected feature In meeting Comdr. Uilllam A. Zobel, OC, USN, the Collector of Internal Revenue
ry over,[ more than 60 days car'l who arrived here to preside over the three-day safety conference. Charley "Pinky" roster! senior in the Pont Office buildingon
West
ulated annual leave at the drillmaster of the U shows Monroe Street In Jack-
patrol being congratulated by Counlr. Zobel, Mb. i* director of the .
sonville.
ning1 of the calendar year 1950 safety dlvKloo .( indu tril relation-, Navy 1lepartss.+,11.


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Pogo Two JAX AIR NEWS 13 January 1949

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Jax Air News
Relief Society
\ r.Ut..rlal: t OffUe CHAPLAINS'I

Himlh Ming' Ixiwir Deck

Illiljr. 030Telephone CORNER Lists FiguresA

ICxttnftion, -8184A MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

..lrrw II, Ilinry, tdtlor; )1",1"11| ; \\'....,k !>.. LMUrrI'h.l ./ r..<'IIN*.*,- Tlir M)AV NTATIO.Y M'NUAY SCHOOl. amounting to 559.358.24 was mad 1

"Mnfl" 1l silt,. "BILLY THK KID RKTURNS', starring Roy Rogers) and his The station Sunday School convenes to Navy personnel in this area by
Th. JAX AIR WA\S il publlthrdwcikly horse TrlKfrr. in the Small Chapel at the the Jacksonville Florida AuxilIary
Hi the U. K Mu\al Air 9t
thin Jm'knnnvlllc. lldildH) unit lllnl.c"1 TltlDAV"THE Naval) Air Station each Suday Navy Relief Society, it was
t..IrIIn'.lrllllly with nUII'III'I'U'I"lull'd DARK IOSr', with William HoUlen and l Lee J. Cobb. morning at 0930. There are presently revealed by Chaplain (Capt.)
luiuiN; At no futrnfi* to SiKNiv the aovunmrnlMnil !; ,.ATI'IIUA\ ANI SUNDAY more than 100 Navy juniors Francis L. Albert, executive see
In inmiillniH wile\ CliculHr
loiter, 45-iMIH! doled U llw't'mber 1-M3.! "WHIPLASH", featuring: Dane Clark and Alexis Smith. enrolled And a cordial invitationis I retary of the local auxiliary.
(ti.lm Mir' (I lull'I hut rd fire if rhmii" MONDAY extended to the children of all\ Now caring for Navy Relief
ut HIP Nllvill l Air $t.thin, Ihu !Naval I on the
"A NIGHT AT TilE OPERA", starling those Marx Broth- naval personnel residing
merry in the area between Key
cases
Air HiM'ivt' frainlnii Unit NIIMI! AIIXlllHiv to the station, or .
t, Air SUtU.n, bell tUIU. and the era station, adjacent West and Pensacola, Fla., and
V. &: Niivnl 110"1'11111.l.7hi TUESDAY" AM >\ N1)NENUAY"Tutu :" elsewhere In the Jacksonville area Charleston, S. C., in addition to
KISSING UANDIT", with Frank Sinatra There are classes for children of I Naval Air Station Jacksonville,
._- -- all from three to sixteen
.TAX AIR NEWS: U a immbir of ages Green Cove Springs and Naval
the 8hlp.' yilltoilnl: '' AM r Lt. John S. Kemp, Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field
the Annul tiium I'IFM fishier.i HejH'iluitli.n Gathering Slated .
nf niHtnliil burn linn is the new superintendent of the the Jacksonville Florida Auxiliary

M.uirfu nI\llIllrMr a ririllt. line. rti>ul>- _. Station Sunday School. Miss Barbara has been able to operate during
llmlUm lit otlirr matter, For Cub MothersAn
rxittl I'XUrivltf Earp WN1 Is the Assistant the past three years without anyappeal
I'ulillciillonn: I is uKihltillnl' "ltK- Ath.. tuts/1e. ('IUlN" Itirr.l.shstr Mrs, E. R.
superintendent, Olneyl Central
to the for
rut h'tmla.tun t>( EditaraJAX AIKMWS. Invitation hair been extendedto M..4.4 H..... .tn... Society
the
and Mrs R. W. Grimsley are
funds
all Cub Stout mothers to attend Pre".',.' assisting
(Wt.'tb-Sunday Scbucil. pianists. The teachers, by classes
I Capital Up'At
Working
gathering at the Chief DenMolhu'n
a 105--UtiM-ml.I 01 ship Service. Chaplain Me as follows:
residence, Jan. 14 at 1WO. ) i.nrlf. 1. Albert the beginning of 1948, there
A discussion will b. held c.t ..Ii.07110N. I Mrs. Benjamin Newlon, 2Vi were 1062 loans outstanding, totaling -
per ... ; years; Mrs. Mary Powell 3 years; 143,16606 and after necessary -
IRECREATION-l tainlng to all problem related to oo.'lO-Nue Mrs. Jut. C. Lee, 4 years; Mrs. J. write-offs and rrpaymt.nt4lt'
Cub and their books of Achieve Chaplain S. .A, Itch Inc will> officiate
'I)
Mrs. Robert .
I I mrnta and Klertivea.Pfuk at both D3._ P. Hileman, 5 I years; during 1948 were subtracted, there....
S. . Thiel, 6 years; Miss Barbara Earp remains outstanding. of Jan. 3,

"HI\JIC\; I>N HM MTY toon .'r THK meeting ha.*} been p< *t* Aa outdoor Nurxry lor ..m.1III.. WN1 7 years; Mrs. O. A. Hemp- 1949, a total of 699 loans amounting
drea U maintain Mlw.. 0900 an4IJUX
ponod until Jan. 21 at H'OO. The *a Mrs. P. O. OBrien
SAI.VA..fN ARMVKKHV1CK hill, 8-9 years; to S24.638.36, according to the
MEN'S CLUB theme of the month )\'111 be the 10 years; Mrs. A. Y. Kettle, 11-14 : report issued by Chaplain Albert

Blue and Gold minstrel.SALTY NATAL" MOsriTAL CHAPEL: years, and Mrs. Julian Shish, 15- During 1948 $67,37664 was received -
Ml MKSr;!' AltAMN IoT! I I I j
1 Phillip 4.2104Jacksonville (Ward .A-1) 16 years.Note. in paymenton loans and
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Fla. r. I from other sources. The cash on
lOUQ-Dhtn Worship. Chaplala' I'. hand Jan. 1 1948 was $13,423.38!
,
,
l' lilt k"UA1', JAM! AMI lUk D. Hewitt Jr. Of Thanks
11I.hl"'ring' until imil$ I I while cash available on Jan. 1,
,,' JMti! .' ,Pine Jixkrv In notion unlit :2ilOAIM : I 1949 was $13,42809 an increase
Kt 1'iHi: )lI.ml1lo'I'| CIMM.I Is Forwarded .
of 471. )
UIDAV. ,rAM'AIIlUll Strength Of Navy I By Adding the current cull
ItUiH..l>lnK lilp limiiU'oitMUm fur, balance to the value of $24,63836
I nl.turd Jax County Home in outstanding loans gives the
)H:"'i-' lli.iiwhi.ik. llillny ,(t.I, HujbmnII HUMOR FROM Denotes IncreaseStrength Jacksonville Florida Auxiliary, '
nrn.brtuhip i qn| 'nhAII "
"' H1IA\ JAM, 'AH\' 1Mb of the U S. Navy as Following is the letter cf appreciation total net working capital-+ |38-
('qa'n MntiM' vltrl jowl' lilrniln, bilnit HERE AND THEREA from the Board of Managers 066.45,
of De. 1, 1P48 IM been estimatedat
your II itttuUJHH Duval County Parental Keep In Touch
.- nub !'atty. 429,917 officers and enlisted Horn to Chaplain Francis I.. Albert All
I necessary loans made by the
Kl" P11A1 JAWNY lath
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...... I road
.__ llutll. lHiunkrn140i .. motorist on n muddy men.Tlie for the special gift received Relief Society are in the smallest
>- I 11.>nii' late, n Ituiiti.JTIKS. pulled up alongside a fellow ttaveler latent figures show an Increase I at the Christmas Party held reasonable amounts, for the shortest -'
.\IMHI Tlm1MU '. who was digging his tar out. of 3,483 over the! total as I, Managers to send you our very possible periods to encourageborrowers
.' IHirm SupurlJ'WV. -. 'Stuck In the mud T"I I of No1948, when 426.434' menwere aboard station Dec. 24
: to
\ liHlr, Time. I shoulder their; own
died here and
"No, my engine listed.
t.*MI\ J\M AMI I7UItMP financial
"I am directed by the Board of responsibilities as soon
"
i "'.,IU-lutt luiwtlnii, OHM.patty tanthei. In.the jiliuUit l'lub-.II.' wwoiln I'm digging a grave to bury it In. A total exclude of 10,357 men and women I grateful appreciation for the check la.practicable. When feasible, loans

<1 riihili ivnlntlnnII of Marine Corps, in the amount of $94.00 as a spe- are covered by allotments, which;
tfcUlt. ..,\\ I'.\K\ linkJ'VXi lUueJiicket: "Shall we waltz Too .enlisted enlisted: or extended I lal gift to our Parental Home is the best assurance of repay
.vHidleu" l
immliriKhtp .open.. to me." : November of last year to account Efforts are made to contactdt'lInqut'nts
VVM>MM "M \KV IHIh "As always, they greatly enjoyed -
iknki HluejackeU "lea, I had noticed for the Increase.Estimated .
YtiM"> Iwty All IvmuU on the party given them at monthly but a on-
5 .!.r11Y i ital In plant.l Pour filre that." total Marine stant is j
disappointment the
: Corps i fact
I lm wphow Hixtlu Inltntixm' \ the Naval Air Station, and it is
.. Anuilrui night hi' and one Mho strength as of Dec. 1. 1918 was one of the highlights of their that a surprisingly large percent-
ray piss piano, \l"llt\, Guitar ukrUlr Kamous last word: "\-' II. if he 85,423: with a total of 1,642 either Christmas Holidays to which they 1 age who have received Navy Relief :

.'...lilxwidMt harmonica. fins tooih ionil i>r ,won't dun his', I wont dim mine." joining, re-erllstlnp or extendingtheir look forward. assistance disregard their obligations .'

w \\ A\ All.Alt!.K: .\r n. II services in the Marine Corps "This check which will be after they are dischargedand
hl.w....l leading. material l .- 1)ur imlti>iyInloinwIUm The gun i captain on loaeas during the month of November. used for special purposes for the no longer under Navy jurbd1c-
S\HMMI| :1\1.11'1"I lion doting in front of the stove one I IB.ss girls makes their remembrance of lion. ,
"MWlttk: kit I'hmkInK '"i\li> I I
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The stove backfired : "You are 20 minutes late The station 15-member Advisory -
5ichingtwit. l 1\I, sipping) m'iliiflriK cold night. jour thoughtfulness last for the T
., imn and A canteen with cold. blowing the stove door open The again. Don't you know what time I entire year."We Board which met once a month
dunks. but O'TUn1 and tasty uoul-! gun captain jumped to his we start work at this factory ?" I have previously acknowledged ; during the year, to carry out the

} \IW I..hrs. -- seized the cat dozing beside It..t'l' New Employee: "No, sir; they're to you the forty dollars to I plans of the society, never failed

stove thrust her! in the oven always at it when I fret here." I the Negro Girls Parental Home., : to have a working quorum presentfor

vlammrd the door, turned up the j and Supt. Joyner has reported, each gathering
damper and bellowed up the chimney Guest: "Well, good night, and I and advises he has -duly acknowledged i I .

Hospital Ileadj, Two!" hope I haven't kept ;you up too' receipt. of jour $67.45 check
I I latf'." !I sent to the Negro Boys Parental Station Based

Then there was th... Navy dent-j Host' : "Not at all We should Home. They are now enjoying a

ChatterA 1st who received a 21-gun salute t habt"l"n getting up soon anyway" combination radiophonographwhich Newest Plane

upon retirement.The was made possible for them ;
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secure through your fine gift.

i New Year" and new things In District Attorney was questioning "Again thanking you in behalfof [ Sheds Wraps

(um""Al 'rh..tlll' Hca.tingthe I a wHnt"The man was Miss Lee Aycock, Social VSork- :
list/ A" hookeit rugs: with er; Miss Annie Laurie White I
Superintendent ,
cooperative, but he addressed all Although based aboard the Naval -
Vrljtht >hmVsof blue. jelloxv, won I the
of Parental
of. his answers directly to the at t Air Station since late in November -
end white, nil hookf l In such "I Home for Girls Zelma
"' ; Hodge, Superintendent -
torney. "Speak! to the jury, directed L the Navy's newest fighter
JiM+n hty rr-..'i, bli' flowers, pf i itry | the Ass't DA. of the Negro Girls I IParental I I plane, the Martin AM-1 Mauleris
,..\ dmonptlon' Now on d- J Home, and all of the
The witness looked the juryover now being brought forth for
_. plate tit one of Ittig:"wtwwt br<'l'jt nul. 'I If entire Board."
nodded pleasantly, and said, I i I, revelation to the public.
) you have fA\'otlt. design or "I low dy." J. C\ Lanier |I The single-engine carrier-bastd
'"''''"r. you too can Great* your "' ",r"1'. craft, which are assigned to VA-
e'-n liv reining d"wn to the shop J ,
84
One-Striper: "Kor months I and VA-85 here, is described sacarrying
and stake tiur own 1'I"11n..I pet-
won,1.Jt'" my wife was BarterContinued the heaviest concentration -
IrrnOil spending her evenings Now IXnoxr. of torpedoes rockets and machine -
painting on plastic strips ." s tili guns for its type.
t ; '.4,lll. *r- being transferred! Into Two-Striper: "How'd find i ( from Page 1)) Known as the Alauler," the
at"A..tltlr... "tv 1". Kn. i ya p having scored instant success in atryout plane with a of
out 7"OneStriper gross weight 22.010
role In
"Years
AXtXt, hu lilea's'\twe the drat to W- : "I went hI"n.* 21KHU Produttlon Ago pounds Is the- largest plane ever to

g1n t-r.-If'l tart k.AUnti.II'CIht"r. exenlng and there she w"'." Noted qualify for flight from a carrier
) character
actor
Leo Chal-
IOt\l\\ ix be.
deck Its weight is roughly th .J
leg: threativt Jrth t popular ral' Zt who last season played the I same as the conventional twin-e'."
tun "P -thleteenl Stur', T\\U) who "Kxeryone in town i* talking Broadway role of Hugo Kalmar in ,
'gined pre-war
commercial airline I
I
the wife.a about the Eugene O'Neill'sThe .
.I tit*) not (rt c-h&nc to make one reported Ice Man era '
thread until SmlUquan.t ::;oni are taking Cometh" will play Polonius in
k'not's the \as can Initially tested
off the East
i> 'v sign fur their tuin I her part and some .".." the same play A veteran of 30 Coast the Navy's '
ratlfllts< and the Kxl l'I'.tarf "And," replied the husband "I ;years experience, Chalze. bringsa addition is powered, newest! fighter
a few eccentric individuals colorful personality to the bearded by a single
their suppose -
to rrrfflaUlftto Pratt
'Idl exproiw: and !
Whitney
and has
their busi- AtiiL of Polonius engine
the Jacksonville atitcns who are minding own figure whose advice a wing span of 50 feet one inch.
"
ness, to his son has become immortal
K $ ,rI<"ixmsly "f\idf"d tickets : t It is 41 feet, I inches long arid
and made it po itxV" to attend t "This above all, to thine own self 16 feet 11 inches I
high. The
the Miwwii-Olenwton Gator Bowl Sam: "It's all wrong about those, b* true I has A range r.>f more than plane.ft1 J

I, grape New V,.r's !">*>' bixty triM being good lighters.. Barter's production of "Hamlet" miles and a top speed of better
r-t",10 ,itlJOytst the frnIWtgatcy >'. Cal "Year- here Jan. 31 is the 200th in the Ulan 300. miles an hour. f'

w Trim lh,>atfr 'ft'U"f I Sam: ""..h. .Last night me and ]*- "''&r history of the Theatre. >i I -----&. .. ._ ,
UlI..Uto.iMtJfn'' Xloniujhl my brother c.JIand two other fellow Cast of the play also includes \

.lay Jan 1? at the H<<:""- 's lucked ore" Frederic Wamner' Roy Bovlo ,I IMell .claimed Ouurdy:- :

athyt hall tV'* a super sanely h Turner Ernest "Borjnine.' A fine a'tor'arr nt't'. sense j)
5150w'. VMT you Kwt want to mis1On A tough patient in th"> hospital Robert Pfesthall, MUzi Hyman of comedy won him GI friends

the 19th or J iH>.ty. Mdt\ awoke, after a serious operation Ed Davis Andy Bernard, KieranPAchU throughout the Pacific d&rillh4
'f'fWCt and hits a
t: tru4alalw the patient cf Ward drawn Joe Patterson, .th Infantry Division his enactment -
A.t There SoHthem tln lk* "Why are the Muni down, IVtot > Th Hasty IleerL" which fog'lows << of a Sad Sack comedy skit

{I.. swill ho here api" Jan 19 frr a !" he a keoLWell. tn+ presentation of "Ham prompted Army authorities. to ,
said th Dt>ct\\r. 'there'sa Vt i* a three-act play dtahng end him
p \Vard" J1IifIp futitvhrlt on tour of the i :'
I \r1.4i"sgg' wail) """'x'n be bins burning: acroa the alky and ", .itltftfly ,and pathos of conxalrscent bass. island I 'p

i" s.itwettei. here tw Xtarty SkwaA I Mn't ",'ant11I to think the t peration war-wvundril men and The distinction
Weld. A-6 aM AnMMtn, CVjrjr M" Iwen a fa4hueY \ ---- -- .- their army nurse, female mt'nabt'l ef the cast of Th*
Red CV sate hoMetm Pest ,..it<4i- LINKS (utMPLON4'arsa.lag ..- Fr.dnc Warruvrr, brillianty hasty Heart' gvea to Miss Josephine -
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IN 'fl M.411i 4-r. -1 suppose it if your I .1IMo alt***).. flf l*.rMVv after. plays the role of the l'ark"1000 pmya Ute role 1

-- grrat a1'llot4tk.m' to l aIr \> ttHlh1<(flt Mif"Qt .dens slag \mU Furry 4 Scottish Sergeant McLachljnwtcv i>t Sister' Matgattt, the nur *.

:!. "'fII\ whey tb lMy till rot .a. fa,4luiutr silt the NAWJ tine sail 3, T..sy Conit> Mil-I the caustic w it and Penuitou J.Usa 1'lnk."dIM a comp U.ag I
gsemge the 1M'4)w1' leaguet7"1etase I Catxudate: "Wu, n riot f'-'t- pate aaoat" ,.at"- goif.trs .he saws of sU heightens the drama but\ oViuanUine hulas in which roar !
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1. "' ,t.e father MIMY srldtmtgF aU I wart Ir tk4s (sited' w ; sir for stare balers Kt a bam* of bus.ward mates' frin
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"t'J Relic Of 1812 War ; :; :TT- Nx 'N.t 2-Way DeadlockIn

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,I f vtfiter for a few days, the ancient I believed to be the type used during A two-way deadlock for

cannonball found by a Jacksonville the war of 1812.
a tie for
first place a four-way
,
woman at Fernandina Beachlast -- "The dry black powder in the
Friday was dismantled here ball was of the old type that can second spot honors was posted

\ this week by Chief Harry Offen- play tricks, the kind that you can following enlisted bowling

hauser AGO, who was called to never tell what it will do," pointedout [ league activities last week, as

i':< examine the relic, first believed Chief Offenhauser. The can- keglers completed their third
,' nonball was immediately put In
.. '' to be a "live bomb
, water to wet the powder when I I round of competition in the
r' A simple constructed ball of intra-mural bowl-
brought aboard, and was dismantled all-station
six Inches In diameter
about
rte. Iron while still in the water
ing tourney.
and weighing about 14 pounds, the Chief Offenhauser received the
'.. cannonball "could have blown a Dispensary's seven man squadwas
.
urgent call to examine the rusty j
considerable area to bits-under deadlocked with the ChiefPetty "
ball found by Mrs. McLean, who .
conditions lo Officers for top honors each
certain according thought It might be "an exploded NAVY'S NEWEST AIRCRAFT-The largest plane ever to nine
Offenhauser.The holding a perfect record of
Chief
, bomb" from the last war, half- qualify for flight from carrier desk the Martin AM-1 "Mauler" ,
and defeats. Trailing behind -
wins no
old relic found on the beachat buried in the sand at Fernandina.The has' a range of 2,000 miles and top speed of 300 miles per hour
leaders four
the
Fernandina by Mrs. Christine woman had dug it out of the Assigned here at NAS to VA-84 and \'A111M" last November, loop are
with identical records. Operations -
McLean, who salvages old scrap sand and placed it on the truck the single-engine "Maulers' carry a heavy concentration of tor- squads VF-84 and Hoe-

iron, the cannonball was brought when it occurred to her that it pedeew rockets and machineguns.. VF-81
wins in nine
each with six
to the base by Offenhauser. He was "a nice chunk of old iron." pital

found it contained an antique leads The cannonball dismantled and games.

fuse-well, still filled with black harmless, now is the property of I Total Si-ores

.,. powder with a shell about one-half the Daughters of the American I (/aekSrtclt4'inq7fI In total pins, Dispensary is way

inch thick. The "ammunition" is Revolution.I out in front with a total of 6514,

I Hote. while the Chiefs have picked up

6444 pins. Operations maple-

knockers follow next with 6154,
I Commercial Bulletin I It trailed by VF-81 with 5871 pins.

Hospital 4183 and VF-84 with 4108

t Bulletins will be accepted only until space Is filled. Call ext. 8280. pins to its credit

}dig SALK #I Iroquols- Ate.:: Oitega. --- sl NARTUFASRON Individual scoring, as In the of-

i 3 bedroom> bungalow J20OO J( down, lire- 12 gauge Winchester pump $10; tills ficers' circuit has been hittinga
place and batbequepit.' Ph. 9-9931 shoe skates IllE'6 $10; evening dress There has been lot of high note with Louis Novak ofDispensary
158 seemsto a
Everyone ques-
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-:: eve. 9-60. $7. Folks BM1. 1412 A Child St., leading the with
" 4 f 3 bedroom HOUR for rent and furnltuie. Ext. 509. agree that 1949 really came I tions concerning the squadron I way
Immediate ial. Kubian :2634 cruise in Fas I| a total score of 1047 for an av- .
House trailer 18 ft. custom built_ozy in with a bang, but some of the .j coming up August. I
-- --- ---- 174 to date. Ed Mc-
coach '48 model sleeps 4, A-l con guys are still asking whathap- ron 158 and VPML 56 will operate crag of
'dilion. fully equipped. Sacrifice for the two I Night of Hospital is second in
pened to 1948. The year 1948 may I together during
'6 1395.: Folks BM1 Ext. 509.
-I SUPPLY 1938 Chev. coupe Excellent condition have whizzed by like one of the weeks cruise Squadron personnel 1 I high average with a neat 167.

'4!) license plate, $.'125. Ph ext. 651 new Navy jet-jobs, but there was of the two outfits are hop- Rounding out the remainder of
!
McFarland. I a distinct improvement in Fasron ing for a 100 per cent turn out. i the first ten top bowlers are

li SALLIES Sacrifice '48 Mercury club coupe. Con 158, in personnel appearance and Arrangements can probably be Lewis Bsfrbarik with an average .-
tact J. H.
Jarvis chop 575.: Ph. '
M 2-1855 or 8-2825. accomplishment which proves it made for a cruise with one of the of 166; Cy King of Operations, "

Black cocker spaniel pup tour months was a great year even though it other squadrons. /1164 AFMirabitto; of Charl4e 163;

old, registered. Lcdr. Epperson txt. did pass by BO quickly.The VMF 144-Marine Air Reserve A. 162; My-
253. ers, 156; Joe Scott, 155; Bob Hub-
executive department of Last month the Marines
pot again.
3 pc. maple thing loom set with 3 bard, 159; and Jim Dance, with an
I CHATTER-Now that the new occasional tables I 2 table FASRON 158 in already laying i fighter squadron 144 hit the jack- I!i of 149. -

children's toys and the new resolutions pc. txirm. act, small Hollywood .b..t plans to make 1949 another banner I duty week-end fell on the same average
I well tnlic. articles 1131 A Allegheny Rd. jrar. First on the list of thing I dates that the filming of 20th Other Leaders Listed

of the tots' elders arc One two-piece living room suite; tricycle to be done for the coming jar Century film "Slattery's Hurricane" I. Standings !in the officers'! league

I troken-ln (or maybe Just broken) ,_ er dr>ten ers.Inch 1336; B two Randolph adjustable St.sweat NAS. I Is the preparation for the annual I was being filmed in Miami. were not available this week butG.

the new calendar begins to '39 Plymouth '42 motor excellent mechanical NARTU Admiral's InspectioJ, The Marines took part in "Slat- J. Gamache, presidentsecretary -

its fresh look, we can get : condition. Mrs. Baxle>', ext I j Ixslr. 1C. L. Gifting, commanding I tery's Hurricane" Now during I of the group, announced \

f I to normal. The hobby-win In S12 Hhersldelclnlty 3 modem furnished I officer of FASIIO.N 158 annonnf.tthat 1 this duty period, which fell on : Monday that the following high 'fI

9 upstairs in the canteen has living unit*. Mis. Mabel Hugger there will be a preparatoryInspection the same date as the Miami Air I average bowlers! will participate in

land causing a lot of comment. 3689 Walsh St.. Call 25598. i Feb. 5. This falls on the Maneuvers local Marine planes I tryouts for the, NAS squad, : s -
Powerful IW8 Harley-Dax'Idson. 74 I Saturday of the next drill period] filled the skies to A.8f
1 display last week contained OVH. Good condition. Reasonable again participatein Robert Connor, ,boasting
Lcdr. Oltting also Mate that the Miami demonstration last of 175: Chester
:! from Europe acquired 814 Riverside Ave. Ph 7-4885. I an average ; Briggs,
, the war. Did you notice 1947! Nash Ambassador 5 pass, coupe, small store facilities will be available Sunday Thirty NARTU fighter Jr., O&R, 174; Burnett VA-83,
13,0(10 miles Overdrive; radio; heater to those Mho need articlesof took off for Miami Sat VA-83
shininess of that officer'ssword $1700. Folks, 1412 A Child St. planes on 169; Taylor, 165; Byrne,
? Since this column goes or Ph. 509. clothing for Inspection.!' Detail urday and flew over the air show Fasron 6, 161; C. A. Briggs, Sr.,

to the Jax Air News office a week Dinette suite; living loom suite; bedroom as to the method of drawing articles on Sunday, which was set asideas O&R, 164; W' D. Carlson VF-82, .

ahead of press time we can't tell suite, also baby crib Mrs. tagn the number of men to be at Naval Reserve Day. 164; Frank Bretek, VF-81, 361;
3212 B. Blair St., Dewey Park
what this week's display is, not 1942 Ford door sedan. A-l condition. small store at one time will be Guests of honor for the Reserve D. L. Mossberg, VF-81, 161. and

being blessed with a second sight New tlies. $700 cash A. H. Starling announced later All handscheck Day were Rear Adin. Kl<'h- Harry Epperson. VA-83, 159.

aMore Ext. 351. their M-a-bag aril \\hitrhrUd, chief of Natal Enlisted standings;
faces in Supplyoneis
new
Series "D" Gratlex Camera complete
Personnel of the unit personally II I'
: Correspondence and t\\o Hebatrn't T. E. Mobley,19, Great Oak Cit tie wish to welcome aboard Air Reserve Training; and Rear Won Lost T. Pins
since Merle Cook Orange Park Phone Orange Park six 1 Adm. M. 1h'Qul..tl11..1"1 ant
seen of the W. J. Dispensary _.... 9 0 6514CFO
2061 new men squadron,
I took them in hand. Ue bid them loft KK:>T Powers. ADE2 from V-6 PiUeburg' DCNO (air.) .. ......._ 9 0 6444

welcome, wish them a happy life I Two bedroom furnished house, located Tenn. J. W. Cox, AA an The two NARTUS formed a Operations 6 3, 61 jVo'.81 .
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and not too much trouble with the on Bhd.l at Orange Park t>0 5876'
J three element group of 60 fight- ..,___ 6 3
E.
I ex-station Stone SR
per month Call at No. 3 Great keeper, ;
: grommets. Circle. and T. E. Beach SR R. L. Bar- ersThey were led by a columnof Hospital ____ 6 3 4183

I In the unsuspected! talent department Cicely furnished loom in nice home dole SR; and H. T. Hood AMS1; five F6Fs, each with a word VF-M ......._ 6 3 4108 "

; Did you know that the man 9192.Near NAS bus, reasonable Ph, 8- We feel that the newcomerswill painted under the wing.. The words ASRON' 6 __ 5 4 4435

'. who wrote the words to "Cuddle Small furnished house for couple, convenient thoroughly enjoy being a part spelled out the reserve slogan O&R _...__ 4 5 5059

i Up A Little Closer," says it now to NAS. Call 2655. j of the Weekend Warriors.Commandln& "Naval Reserve Packs Peace Power Marines ......___ 4 5 5579NARTU.

to Stubs? Also in our midst we :Nine, loom house for rent with garsxeLocated : | officer of FAS- ," These five planes were flown _.._.. 1 5. 402U
have bridge expert not the kind at Green Cost Springs t'h. by members of NAS FASRON 6, .
a 2 you build, but the kind you playat Five loom apaitment. Kitchen is electrically appreciation: to the NARIU recruiting who volunteered to fill a few va- ..

noon. He's becoming involvedin equipped. Phone 2-4992. '! staff and members of the cancies in VMF 144 compliment Safety

t a romance-but so much for 3 tially bedroom furnished.house, $100 unfurnished per month.or par-JTh, I squadron for the tremendous job The entire group was led by the

that, we promised not to mention 8-1325. I of keeping the billets of FASKONj C. O. of VMF 144, Maj. Tom Mob- (Continued from Page 1))
any more of those. We broke up IIM.P: I erly.
158 almost Latent
I perfect. figure
" the last one we noticed in print. Found child tricycle, can be.picked up j I ed: .
by owner at 13-15 B Randolph St.. show that the compliment I I" now
Capt. C. L. Lee, USNT, Chief of
No snide remarks about any-
more
NAS. 98 per cent filled With M I
thing except the weather, either, I Room for two O&R riders to SouthsUle. | many men either moving to different Breezing AroundO Staff, ComFair-Jax; Capt. Shaar
unless our readers find it Just too hank Lechner, 9-2fc97. I Capt. C. E. Aldrich, USN, commanding -
Baby sitter; contact Miss Bowen at 7- parts of the country, or officer, Naval Station j
dull and holler for some gossip. ,
727-1. transferred the constant
being replacement -
Oh. yes, we know some), Lost Black female cocker spaniel from of these men hall .beenaconiplislieil & R I Green Cove Springs; Capt. J. L.
vicinity of Bldg KIO. Answeis to Holland, MC USN, senior medical
of to hear the
Many us" went efforts I
name of Floppy. Call Ext. 8312 if only by undoing ACCESSORIES: DIVISION'Several'requests officer, NAS Jax; Capt. Carl M. .
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......a.. greatagnerlan vocalist, Metroiwditan I found. i \\'..\\ lone. t
have come from Dumbauld, MC USN, executive officer
Lntirltr Melchoir
star ---- -
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<< lafct w f't'k The rest of It's The SurplusInsurance the apprentice Trainees. They Naval Hospital, Jacksonville
I would like to make the acquaintance ; Capt. H. K. Sessions, MC, -
us, the fchort-lmlretl set, are Malting
I ; of some other trainee classes. USN, chief Industrial Health Sec-
eagerly for Vaughn Monroe,
Dividend Mr. Chapman for your attention tion, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
.
.. Mho ill coming to ton boon PaymentsDue I
D. C.
Washington, ; 1
Your nM columnist ban been gis -
f-ir muchaluable ail vice tktxiiit I Ted Mercuries planning a vacation Capt. John W. Rysey, USCG, ri

how, tet and how not to write tills For Millions Of Veteransrange at Bay Pines, We knowyou're I 7th Coast Guard District Miami,

: falling apart, par, you Fla. Comdr. F. J, Brush USN
<<.,Iuhll1. Ue Mill lake n little of i : ex-
the forwarded al\lce every week I Insurance dividends totaling need not be shy about it ecutfte officer, NAS Jax; Comdr.

and the donor will probably re-cog- some $2,000,000,000 will be payed from $1,500,000,000 to $2- Charley Ray of Cameras recentlygot I John Shea, Commanding oificer

,' .;. nine It when It appear In print t to sixteen million war veterans, it 000000000. : all hot under the collar over Cecil Field; Comdr. James E. Ful- 5

", lora Funkenfcteln" who haw has been announced by the Veterans The Veterans Administration a perfectly innocent phone call. 'I( ghum senior medical officer, NA-

IN,,-. lit. I I.. still recuperating. We Administration. I plans to make refunds on all poll' I Quit trying to force the issue, AS, Cecil Field; Comdr. W. S. "P

belie to ban her back with u* by Veterans who took out the i cirs on which premiums were paid son, you'll have to pass out the Johnson!' USX, PVVO, NAS. Jax;

the time the pu-per comeu out $1,000 minimum policy of National 'I' for three or more months. This'includes cigars soon enough! I I Comdr. John B. Coen 8th CoastGuard x'-
and'held policies that have lapsed' Rumor has it that Doris Willis
We eagerly solicit any printable Service Life Insurance District New Orleans, La.;
, !Information anybody has up his it only briefly will receive comparatively I or matured'as well as those still in gives husband Allison a nickel ,I Lt. Col. A. 1.. Norton, USMC, commanding :

sleeve, any word of social events I small dh'ldt'nds. But force. each day for a "coke": and then officer Marine Detachment

past or future new births, new those who took out the insuranceat I The surplus from which the VA turns around to talk, him out of : Jax; and John C. Thomson, )
I l I the will make payments is the productof a quaiter for her own coffee. Is '
cars, new television stts- anything the beginning: of program I British Consul. a f
j that the trailers' of this co'unin |If, r the top amount of $10,000 will gains: and savings on policy I that fair, Doris' Can it be -----
"1 Tn'glK be Interested in. We have I receive an eight-year accumulation premiums. Much of it develops I true )Miller that you are planning I too low, to the tune- of two fenders .'

d to Uornd on outside: s"ur.'e. oi m- ct several hundred dollars. I from the fact that the mortalityrate :, to become permanently attached : "Huey" Long who became I(
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loimr !ton, not being: able to be'I Payments are not expected to I among veterans has been considerably to the big city of Middleburgsoon 1! the father of a nine pound son, ,"<'
..-.r lower than was .stimatt ? Another man's New Year swears the railroad plan
until next August, company
ivcr? i I sere c. o... :. GJ: {.'"%C with become<< likely '
thr : i".. The' S... 'ource called b> every effort Is being made! to l txfoie the war, when the !size resolution to remain a bachelor 'to build a spur track past his
out cf r iium was being gone to pot Mr. Weather, 1 house. Seems scn.-y: eats -
up as this fc.i c. \ 'aa puLcu .,...t I have the payments fw by pi< > payments every
'I t>f the typewritr. lie pays the the end .1 the year. I cstablirhedi I who's happy in his new Job. put I hour en the hour and keeps the

group of keys found on the first 1 I The size ()f the fund surplus I The VA has announced that dividends Ordnance out of business! before milkman so busy that the railroadis
Ill be all of he left and now all the fellows having to import milk Question
cloak may be identified on the third "from which the dividends will) be w paid on tjpcs -
desk in Femmntl by the uwncr. I paid, Is still to be calculated by the I National Service Life Insurance' en 1 are planning' to joIn Mr. Jones' I of the week Who Is it that
I converted xvrll, the socnlltd favorite branch of the Navy causes the shades in Apprentice
Uncf-
: Anybody walking became<<: he loot Vttet'ans Administration.! I ) as as en I
A his car keys -My Jean Nw t-!i. [ Ii..'III othnfttra rf t tH' snvmnt << term p-Ic1u. Johnny Knowlton recently flew tA be raised so promptly



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\\ t I Fliers Humiliate
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t kkNP Orlando 103. 63 '



A rampaging Jax-Navy quintet tossed everything: but

a kitchen sink into the basket to bury the Orlando Air Force

r cagers, 103-63, on the Orlando hardwood Tuesday night It

k was the NAS Fliers second win in as many starts this sea

r son. .
Behind the blistering pace set by
i Navy guard "Red'1 Doll who racked .

,t up 24 points for a nlght'i work WAVES Annex
the local five took an early lead
and drew away from the Air Force

'''"' team as the game wore on. 2 Straight Wins
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( IIr. Flier coach George Boerner ._" '
played every man on the squad in '
the runaway fray which gave the In Girls League

.x '49 Jax-Navy quintet the honorsof I
to a being the first station basketball .
'
highscoringEllen
Sparked by
team to tally more than IOC
points In a single contest, Messer, the Naval Air

Everyone Scores Station WAVES basketeers

Five of Coach Boerner's charges made it three straight Monday ....
accounted for 13 or more points
night when they rompei \. -'
with Flier forwards Paul Petty '
and Jim Hale tallying 16 and 14 to a 33-18 triumph over the
( points respectively. Center Chris Southern Bell lassies for their'

Christiansen and forward "Ace" second City Girls' cage ,}loop
b s Aft4a Woolbright pitched in 13 apiece. Al victory.
.
\ Silverton, Orlando forward, led the
losers with 25 buckets. Messer paced the winners with
nine points, while forwards Winnie -
Tomorrow night the NAS bas-
Jones and Fran Free added to
keteers the road again when
on
I go
the locals' total with eight and
they will be shooting for another six tallies respectively.
court triumph when they meet the
strong Boca Chica Air Base hoop- Tomorrow night the girls in
sters, at Boca Chica. blue meet Kind Edwards cagera
1'1 in another league fray at Lee High .
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School gym at 2000. NAS )loop.
sters dumped the Ed\yanJa sex.
Local Couple tette 33-17 in the**41( opener on
the local hardwood last month.

Sets RecordIn Coach Moser will probably start
; L- Winnie Jones, Barbara .Earp and
"Midge" at the
Bryant guard
: r : Golf MeetSetting 'I' posts, and Ellen Messer, Fran Free ,
and "Skip" Moser at the forwards.

.a torrid pace, Comdr Schedule Posted
,; and Mrs. A C Berg blasted their The remaining NAS WAVE '49
way to the top of the monthly, basketball schedule follows: Jan. 4
mixed foursome golf tourney held! 17, Standard Oil at Jackson High;
last week-end.by tallying a gross Jan. 18, Waycrosa Amazons !it"
) 39 less eight handicap, for a low NATTC Auditorium;; Jan. 19 Pepsi
net score of 31 over nine holes. Cola at Lee High; Jan. 20 Fernan/
I The gross 39 is said to be the dma American Legion Post ''at1

lowest score ever compiled on the NATTC auditorium; Jan. 26, Rlvs".
local course by a mixed pair. erside Nurses at Jackson High ,
-- 1 the second lowest net Jan. 28 N
Annexing Pepsi-Cola at NATTC;, ..vhf
I count in the mixed pair match auditorium; Jan. '31, Pensacofa:
a. 'X R were Doctor and Mrs. C. M, Dum- WAVES at Pensacofa; Feb. 2;
y
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bauld with an aggregate of 33, King Edward' DuPont High; *
while Lcdr. and Mrs. T. B. Ellison Feb 3, Fernandina Amer. Leg.
came in with a net count of 35: Post at Fernandina; Feb.4, So.
..J w for third place honors. Bell Lassies at Kirby-Smith Jr.

Other net scores for the match High; Feb. 5, Rollins College at
,( were as follows: NATTC; Feb. 7, Pepsi-Cola a*:
Captain A. I, Malstrom and Jackson High; Feb. 11, NAS Civilians '
Y \ daughter, Dianne, ?6; Lt. (jg) and at DuPont High; Feb. 12,
I Mrs. Anthony Grego, 37; Comdr. Pensacola WAVES at NATTC
and :Mrs. C, A. Briggs, 37; Lcdr.A Auditorium; Feb. 14, Riverside
E. Furry and Mrs.' A. B. Smith: Nurses at Jackson High; Feb. 16
38; Lcdr. and Mrs. C. B. Con- sol| Bell Lassies at NATTC audi.
nally, 38; Lcdr and Mrs. W. L. I torium; Feb. 18, Standard Oil at
Thorpe, 38; Comdr and Mrs. C I Kirby-Smith Jr. High; Feb. 21,
H, Turner, 39; Comdr, and Mrs. NAS Civilians "at NATTC audi
R, M. Humes, 39; Lt. and Mrs. C.j torium; Feb. 25-26, Washington
A, Briggs, Jr., 39; Lcdr. and I WAVES at NATTC auditorium.
Mrs. R. P. Kline, 40; Lcdr. and All games at NATTC auditorium
Mrs. J. M. Hirst, 43; Doctor and are preliminaries to the Var.
Mrs. S. H. Horton 44; Lt. (jg) sity basketball tilts and will startat
and Mrs. W. F. Brockhaus, 44; 1900
and Doctor and Mrs C. L. Denton, .. II ._.__
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IVam Match SUttsl. 'I Fliers Announce
Next Saturday afternoon, a
team match is slated with all Tough ScheduleJan.
men who competed in the All-Sta
FLIERS EYE VICTORIOUS SEASON-Impressive In their season's debut, the Filers' 1948-49 rage
tion tourney being chosen on one 14 Boca
edition looks forward to a rugged 26-garne schedule. At the top of the Hit of those available for starting I Chica AFB,
I' tf two 'teams. Station champ Tony there.
berths, in thli quintet of sharpshooters, (1)) center Red Doll, who also alternates at forward; (2))
will lead the Red team and
Grego Jan. West
guard John Ct'alj8r; (SJ) forward Paul King; (4) guard: "Ace" Woolbright, ; and ((5)) forward Paul Petty. MacDonald 15-Key NAS there.Jan. .
-. Joe last year's sta- 18-Fla. U. Fresh here
tion champ, will\ head the Blue Jan. 20-Orlando AFB, here. ,
Action Waxing Hot
Local Links Club team. The squad with the highest Jan 22 McDIIl Field, there. -'
score after nine holes of play will Jan. 24-Cherry Point', here.

Ii Three Clubs Sharing Top Spot Chooses Officers each be' the present winners their, opponent and losers with will a Jan.there.25-Stetson University

Officers for the coming year new golf ball in token of victory Jan; 28-Fort Benning here.

F-. In Hardwood Loop Title Chase were elected by the Naval Air Golf I An entrance fee of one dollar has Jan. 29-Fort Benning, here.,
been set for the match. Jan. 31-NAS Pensacola
there,
Club at its first meeting of the AwardedA
Trophies Feb. 3 Parris Island .
ther
As the pace began to quickenIn year last week at Hyde Park stag party will be held after Feb. 5-Ga. State Tchrs. ,
Dispensary team 45-20 in its here.
NAS Jax intra-mural bas- country club.
the :
the tourney, with movies, includ-
Feb. 7-Fort Benning, there. _
I ketball race this past week, three opener, and went on to smother Herb Pinney was elected pres- ing highlights in football for 1948 Feb. 9Ga. State
Tchra, there.
.... powerful quintets, each victorious Operations, 52-21 early this week. ident, Ray Kennedy, vice presi- and scenes of the 1948 world seriesin Feb. 11-McDill Field, here.
in their first two starts pausedat In other National loop contests dent and Jack Silver, secretary- baseball to b<, shown. Feb. 12-NAS Pensacola .
the top perch in the National this week, Dispensary whipped the treasurer. Chosen for the tourna- Trophies awarded by the Physical Feb. 14-Cherry Point here.
League ladder before they tangle Maulers, 48-27, and VU tripped ment committee were R. R. Brog- Training and Recreation Department Feb. 16- Fla. Southern, there.here.
,
with each other in a thrill-packed ComFair 33-21. Radio Central will dem, chairman, and Bill Gouch- will be presented at the Feb. 18Fla. U. Fresh. there.
,elate next week.Personnel duel the Dispensary quintet, the nour and Nick Pulignano. gathering to the winners and Feb. 21-Turner AFB, here.,
which trimmed a Maulers will meet Operations and Membership in the Naval Air runners-lip in the All-Station Feb. 22Fla. Southern, there.
scrappy Radio Central five, 66-22 VU tangles with Supply in other Golf Club is open to civilians, Tourney, whioh was concludedover Feb. 25-Boca Chica AFB, here.
Monday, will battle the undefeated National League games Monday. officers and enlisted personnel of the Christmas holidays. Cap- Feb. 26-NAS Key West, here.
Hospital combo next Monday On the other side of the fence the Naval Air Station. The club tain A. I. Malstrom, CommandingOfficer Feb 28---Camp LeJeune, here.
afternoon in one of the more prom- where the American League hoop- has been holding at least, one will present Anthony March 1-Green Cove, there.
ising scraps of the coming week. sters ramble, very little action has tournament per month with prizes Grego with an. 18-inch championship March 3-Camp LeJeune, there.
Personel l gained its initial win with taken place recently, as only a going to the winners. The club' trophy and a silver plate, All home games will be played 1....
',n- a forfeit game over the Haulers, few teams have met their sched- flag tourney will be held Jan. 22 crowning him Station Championand in the NATTC Auditorium. ")
while the Hospital cagers. after ule. at Hyde Park. low medalist in the contest. Preliminaries starting at 1900.
taking the measure of VU, 41-15, In two of the earlier American Anyone interested In becoming a Trophies will also be awarded ....__
won a 39-27 nod over Supply. League frays, R-l gained a 33-31 member of the organization can Lcdr. Amll E. Furry, runnerupfor Attention All
Show Power decision over the Overhaul and Re- call Herb Pinney at 2-7100: Ray the Championship spot, and Hands
NARTU, the other undefeated pair five, and the Marines won a Kennedy at 7-6329,. Jack. Silver, the winners and runners-up in the Attention, play goers: See a
quad is slated to meet ComFair, forfeit from VA-81. 2-6143, or R. R. Brogden, 7-6329. other five :flights of the All-Sta presentation of Shakespeare's Immortal
on Monday afternoon and will The Marines will be in quest of tion tournament. "Hamlet," featuring a
probably remain undefeated. The the second win as they meet the VA-81, Ordnance and Gunnery s star cast of the Barter Theatreof
powerful reserve quintet ran Station Police squad today, aa meets R-l. and FAS RON 6 battle I Marriage: Two can live more Virginia. Monday, Jan. 31 at
l k'' roughshod ov a highly-touted Overhaul and Repair dashes witn ComAtrLant. cheaply than one who want to. 2000 at NATTC auditorium.l .,





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