Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 20, 1949
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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The Dates Jan. 31 And Feb. 1 :


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


I 1I I 1-' r. 1 1t Paralysis DriveIn

t Second WeekDrive


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To Conclude January 30

Contributions in the "March of Dimes" campaign being:
Mr conducted here in the annual appeal for funds to combat

I infantile paralysis, began pouring in as the drive enters its
second week here today, according to campaign chairman

Captain Francis Lee Albert, Station Chaplain.

I The local campaign, held in con- --
$J junction with the nationwide drive
S v'A S.> i S h hi for funds, officially got under way Base PersonnelNet
i : last Thursday when unit repre-
d lY sentatives met in their "kickoff"

"JG .' r sYUAj., a .'Ii.ii! '11 i.r-; "' ,..... 30.conference. The drive closes Jan. High Praise .

SQUADRON LEADER GREETED: -The first to land at Cecil J<'If'ldlth hi* Jet plane, Comdr. Bill
Leonard leader of lighter Squadron 171, I III greeted by Cecil Field officials. Left to right are Comdr. I Voluntary Donations. At
K. W. Jlillis, executive officer of Cecil FU'ld; Comdr. J, D. Shea, commanding officer of Cecil Field; Contributions this year as in the InspectionNaval
Con dr. Leonard Mid Lt. C. F. Battens, maintenance officer. ... I past will be on a voluntary basis,
with both civilian and service personnel Air Station personnel Inspection -

I campaign invited workers to participate.began in earnest Unit- held last Saturday
Of NewCommence Command
Planes I
this week to solicit donations brought forth congratulatorywords
', '' from individuals in their respectiveunits. from Capt. A. I. Malstrom,
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However, it is pointed out commanding officer, who conducted -
; < : that persons wishing to donate the inspection accompanied by
i; : : Arrival Here I need not wait for the call from Comdr. F. J. Brush, executive ot-

t,.. the various representalvesthey ficer.

:;",.:; : ...*Contingents of the new air command Fleet Air Jacksonville began arriving here as can volunteer their contributions. I According: to Captain Malstrom,
I Funds collected here th the NAS I he was unable to select
: frosting Phantom jets of Fighter Squadron 171 of Carrier Air Group 17 settled down at drive which netted $2,200.67 last i outstanding example of any Navy one

theirnew home..last week-end at the Naval Auxiliary Station Cecil Field. I year, will be forwarded to the I "snap and smartness" from each
--- The first NaVy jets to be based District Representative, headquarters division as he had planned, since

Tickets On Sale in Florida, the Phantoms of Fighter Group--Ei-ght Sixth Naval District. the only ones not outstanding
Squad on 11 arrived here Following: are the unit representatives were those few who" were "just
: Executive Department: short of perfection.
For Two Local from Quonset Point, R. I. as part | In Nation's CapitalCeremonies (Continued on Page :2)) The commanding officer termed
of Carrier Group 17, which along
I -- -- the January inspection "by far
with Carrier Group eight will comprise For
the best he has seen on this station -
Stage DramasAn Fleet Air Jacksonville under I Carrier Air Group 8 based atAll' Free Bus RidesTo ," It resembled he concluded,
the command of Rear Adm.
Naval Station Jacksonville will the pre-war standards achievedby
exciting two evenings of Calvin T. Durgin. join hundreds of other air units to Hope ShowFree the Navy which since its con-
unusual'entertainment awaits Planes of Carrier Air Group 4 I form one of the most massive air ception has won the pride and confidence
are expected to arrive here short parades in the nation's history at of our country.The 'J
when the will be
local theater-goers ly from Norfolk, Va. This group President Truman's inaugural today transportation
celebrated Barter Theatre of which will be based at the Naval In Washington!: D. C. provided for Naval Air Station clear inspection, held under the
blue skies of Florida( at its
Virginia arrives for its pro Air Station, will augment Carrier Led by Comdr. Richard Burns, Bob personnel Hope planning show at to the see Gator the best, was viewed by civilians from
Air Group 8, already based here. commanding officer of Air Group
ductions of Shakespeare's"Hamlet" Bowl Friday evening. town and by the School Boy Patrol
I Made of five carrier squad- 8, the Jax unit composed of F4U-5 of the
; an the comedydrama up. Buses will load at the Ship'i'St'rvce Lackawanna public
rons under the command of Corsairs and AM Maulers will school. The Naval Air
ma "The Hasty Heart, to be area; at 1830. The show
combine forces with Carrier Air
Comdr. Hawley Russell, Carrier band contributed its
it the Gator Bow starts at 2030. traditional
presented Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 Group 17 will be the first to be Group 3 based at NAS Quonset part to the glamour of the occasion
j' respectively at the NATTC Stationed at Cecil Field, the latest Point, R. I., and other Navy and Naval Hospital, who have received by providing the music.
I auditorium. activity reactivated under com Air Force groups for the aerial a free invitation to tee I t
". mand of Naval Air Bases, 6th Naval formation of the military review. the performance, will board
,j Tickets for the two performances The aerial buses at the hospital.
District commanded by Capt. huge parade is scheduled Positions AvailableIn
on sale at most of
are now
to swing over the Capitol at .
A. I. Malstrom. The unit coming
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at the station. With
the activities here from Quonset Point consists Just about the time President Truman
to the welfare department Foreign ServiceThe
proceeds going of the Physical Trainingand I of 500 men and 100 planes. takes his position in the rereviewing Hook Pay RaiseIs

Recreation Department, sponsors I Upon its arrival here, scheduledContinued stand.. Economic Cooperation Administration
of" 'the shows, tickets are ( on Page 2) IComing SummarizedThe (Marshal Plan) has
priced at one dollar. I I I Soon begun recruiting; for qualified
of each Drama at its best. A story chief topic among service stenographers for foreign servicein !
Only one performance
Motorists Issued talked and down Korea, it was learned here to-
play will be presented here at the up such an men nowadays, the proposed increase
both beginning at 2000. extent over the past 315 years, in pay as recommended by day.
/MfrHamlet"("'jjtation will be staged Jan. 31 : New Metal TagsNew that it has become much more the Hook Advisory Commission, is Salaries for the foreign service
*. 4nd "The Hasty Heart" will be than "household words." It's summarized for Jax-AIr News openings begin at $2.5t per an-
presented Feb. 1. metal Naval Air Station "Hamlet," the most discussedof readers on page 3 of today' edi num, plus 10 per cent differential.
automobile tags, making their return all plays. tion. Housing will be furnished.
The largest touring repertory here after a year's absence,
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Theatre theatre in brings America to the, The Naval Barter Air sonnel arc now at being the Yard issued Office to all, build-per- .

Station a cast of polished artists ing No. 9. The new tags must be :
that have won fame and rt'co&nl'tlon. placed on all cars by March 5, :

Directing.the(Continued country Great the 'play over.on Cant Page and 2)appear- ficers 1919.Tags officers and have, enlisted while already Chief men been Petty may issuedto secure of-- : : .t:; ,;': : ::. ;,: ; i/: ; / :,';:::, ::

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Tax Aid Offered Jan.Civilians 24-28 may and pick Jan.up 31-Feb.theirs between 4. : ; : ; <

Feb. 7 and Feb. 11.: Strag- ::1;: :: /0; y:: ; / 'E\ ,:.

To ServicemenA glers will have to obtain the new "';; .....l"'. ..r::";.<>..,,.. ...\\i\. ,h. ".'.. ";. T "' : .

Revenue of representative the will Collector set up from of office Internal the office in 25.Friday.tags 1630 Tags from inclusive will Feb.be 14.18,issued Monday and from Feb.through 0730to 21-' : 71. ;:' ; 1$3: ; ;i 'tiFSJ ,..Q< .;3)3 i'L: '4_

Room( 141-A of the Administration .' ..', '. .I. ,,
building from .Feb. 14 until Applicants for'the new markers : '
-.-Io'eb. IS to assist service person- must present proof of ownershipand i: :': < ...:', e :: :.:

iii yul with their Income tax prob- property damage and liability I iIo,;,.-..... .. .5.: 44 5 .5 ... ,",' '.' .,,!aI .
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Civilians will be assisted In have ho public liability and prop- + v''Ii"
their income tax problems by etty-damage insurance will be issued I "i1>", ."'j./ ...._..,. ...,,'".., _.. .'".,.. ,"
visiting the office of the Collector red.decays\( as.before. ;All decals 1II! : _,:...j.,__ __.'.' ., :'.,,<"*y--..,,. $ ,. '
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of Internal Revenue in the now in use must be reregistered -1.fuT..t.! .J.J ijd"iIii( : n lfm 1'flU II ) t_. l i i i1 ;
Post Office building on West and checked for new state FIRST NAVY JETS -l\lcJonn1I1'hanlomfl! known at Fi-ls, assigned! to VF-171 the
.Monroe street in Jacksonville. license number before March 5. first Navy Jets to be based In Florida, hover' over Cecil Held aa they prepare to land at their sew:
1919 registry la mandatory. home upon arrltal from Quonset.I'uint, It. I.

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 20 January 1949

Jax Air Hews I 54L1PPWi

Editorial Offices CHAPLAINS'CORNER

South Wing, Lower Deck

Telephone I4'n"lon-8J8t MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

Andrew 11. )'1... Editor
J\lolt'tI: \\\\'t"f'lIda8-17S0 and 2000; wef'k-t'ntl14S0 and 2000
Daa !...nl.! Thrt Pas"ha.c- A number of men make an appreciated THURSDAY

Matt \\rltrrt contribution to the welfare i
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published' of the station and to the "JUNGLE JIM," starring Johnny WclsmuUer.FRIDAY .
Ychudl the little
weekly at the U. S. Na\al Air Station Remember ,
JacksonIlle Florida, and printed pleasure of their shipmates by "LUCKY STIFF," featuring: Brian Donlevy. man who wasn't there ? Well, we

commercially with non-approprlaled singing regularly in the Chapel SATURDAY AND SUNDAY"WHISPERING think he lived in yard mailandthis
funds at no expend to the KOUM: nrnent Choir.
and In compliance with SecNav Circular When has demonstratedhis SMITH," with tough boy Alan Ladd. is why:
Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December 1943.: a man MONDAY Last week we sent a folder up the

Copies ore distributed tree of chargeat vocal ability by passing the TICADILLY INCIDENT," starring Anna Nagel.TUESDAY stair;
the Natal Air Station, the Naval audition, and is accepted as a wanted it it wasn'tthere
Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Aux.
member of the Chapel Choir, the '
Ulaiy Air Station. Cecil field, and the SUNDAY AFTERNOON," featuring Dennis Morgan and ;
U. S. Nasal Hospital. I. Personnel Office places him in the Dot Malone. It wasn't lost along the passage
I .
Choir Duty section; and he there way

The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of after stands his watches at the It wasn't buried in the out-mail

the Ships' Editorial Association and Chapel on Thursday and Friday INSIDE ,
the Aimed Forces Press Ice. Reproduction Not New tray.
evenings from 1645 to 1745, and NuggetsWhat
had it Well
of material from these No one even seen ;-
sources must bear a credit line. Republication on Sunday mornings from 0930 to PUBLIC WORKSJ then, where
of other matter except by 1200. There is no such thing asa can you find to give'tWl1at'8 Ha tilt been drifting while the
service publications Is prohibited without zero watch list for choir mem hiding in that foot locker -
permission of Editor JAX AIR under the bed ? Isn't there Herschel Lee has started 1949 chiefs of state
bers. But musters three
MEWS. everyone off with a bang,-Into another car. Chewed up their ties nor relished -
something useful in back of
times a week for his choir watches
A that storage closet? Those He was flying along in his V-8 what they ate?
similar arrangement has been
clothes the children have out- at ground level on Phillips High- While underlings stood nervouslyabout
suggested by a of the
RECREATION grown are badly needed! The way in the Southside and scraped
commanding officers of Fleet Air
units. Fleet Air personnel are sponsors of the Not-New Shop fenders with another car, which Or turned the filing boxes inside

wish to thanks and thanks disputed "the right-of-way with out?-
say ,
ASHORE the station cordially personnel invited in to the join Worship with- 'again, for your cooperation to "Hot Rod" Lee Lee says he It was in yard mail, had been aU.I
was hurrying home to tryout the time;
date. Let's
Services at the station try again, look
around again and the new plumbing he had just End of sound and fury end of
\UIEN ON LIBERTY LOOK ( ( THE els. Qualified vocalists are invited keep the I

SALVA"'ON ARM to try out for the Chapel good work going.Commissioned installed.Jan. I rhyme.

SERVICE MEN'S CLUB Choirs.At I sales will behandled 30 It the date set for the This week's profile portrait-

M: VEST ADAMS ST. on Tuesday only. wedding/ Mary Rodgers of Maintenance small black mustache, big black

Phone 42104Jacksonville and Dub Faglio of Design cigar and late-in-the-morning. .

Fla. dltlslon. Lt. (jg) WHeox's: Merle claims she didn't kidnap

TIII'a!'D,"'. JAxt'ARZOth HOBBY family \islting here from Iowa those two new girls she just

140lhlng( trip to Trout RiverSee I SHOPNOTES I and are benlg shown the beautyspots sent them -to Accounting. It's the
the SUtlot
the !Shrimp boat*-tianspoitatlonJurnlshtd. and ChaIN"Mantln An.Birmi.ghamRead .. flf Florida Lt. Hiisbce same thing but we apologize, anyway -
In the Club-Handicraft .
iccnrd I>rt -(UBt returned from leave minus six!: ,
Class, making
nnnAI'AI: (\ 2M383ft 0930 1045: --General Sunday School.Worship Seri Ice, Chap pound Mr. Foster tried to To the worrier about morale-

: Hoi'Ktbark riding A Sew mem-] lain Francis L. Albert Following a re-organizing campaign show a visitor some Florda fishing Just try considering us as people

In i ships open In the club. Cath.ile and inventory the ShopIn'e lat week. Guess his visitorwasn't rather than faulty machinery
OOCiO Mass
"SATIKUAY, JANUARY Hnd35iO -- much Impressed they marked 265. You would be surprised -
-\\elner Roast, no chai-Re. 1100-Mass ( more has its loose ends secured -
Transportation leases club at 150 0'00--Cecil Fi ldChaplain and has returned to normal caught only one. at the difference it makes. .

on the dot.: In. the Club-Open House, ; S.: A, Melilne will officiate operation.One Several Public Works fishermen In the checker's department we-
at both masses. I
Dbtt Time. ] e 55550 serious loss, however, which went to Lake Lockloosa Friday 1 just found out the name of the

SINUAY, "AXI'AR23r41 An outdoor Nursery nor small children effects the shop, is the transferof morning to try their luck. Messieurs 1 chap who is so bold at Christmastime

town UHi, ..Hour-\Vadle begins Breakfast.Tilp 1400 to -Oriental Home- I 1300. U maintained between f 09UO and our former Leading Instructor, Graham, Griffin, Mosely and so shy the rest of the

Gulden, transportation furnished, U Frank Tanner AMC, who has departed and Chancey fished until mid- year He's a mean man with the

oa tap for the arttt noon. 17(0( -Vesir NAVAL HOSPITAL CHAPEL from the Station for dutyat night, caught plenty to eat, butdidn't mistletoe, but the only one we

Time. 1800--Buffet Supper. 1900Ltt'l (Ward A1)Pr.te.taat Trinidad, British West Indies. set any records we hear ever met who apologized for'cussing. -
all sing
MOXIU'S"AR; \ 24lk 1000-Divine Worship. Chaplain T. Having been in the station for Sam Graham is a past master in .

laTO Boullng, partIn the Club- D. Hewitt. Jr. some time, Tanner has gained making hush puppies and frying It develops that Mr. Digget, f, .J.

Rtroid-maklnic. Record >our vice In I many friends among hobby en- fish Doc Batton and Parker wasn't being confidential about pipe. ,{

speech or torts and fend it hom. thusiasts about the station. were seen on the lake Friday, hit. We thought we -( .
Also handicraft Class.TII.islAY
> .JANUARY ." I TicketContinued Getting down to the fundamentals Barney McCall was down with his scoop, but were Just running be-'ii: ',

14ii-flip to the Zoo, transportation >> I ( from Page 1) of business-the Shop now has family on Saturday likewise Mr. hind the procession as uauaio+0l 'tii. "
pio\lded. 1930-Skating Fully at I several R. M Cox "Thimbledrome" ;
in the title role of "Hamletis Woodrum. There will be keen Anybody interested in etpunga.r"
Jax for the Roller price Rink.of one.-C.S.O.: rljht-two a young man who has become ,, power racers for sale A neat competition in Public Works for I (yes, we hear you) we reconj'mpnd i.,..
looking model, it has a well polished \"
Frankwork /
the jobs of planners and estimators. the exhibit of Frendl'
WM \KMMJAM'AIU; !6th one of the most important people I .
WEEKLY PARTY-."All hands on in the- world of the'theatre:-Robert j body and sports an excellent The examination was held now being sh6wn atUhe'Art :t

deck putty girl In tight." Game Con- Breen. Now of the paint job. Monday. The Department expresses Center on Riverside avenue, across
tU Grand Prize-Dies Blue Jumper po- I The Ship instructor announced its
tential greats of the theatre, Brf'en'WOn sympathy to Mr. from Memorial Park. That's for

NOW AVAILABLE AT CLUB distinction when he becameone I I that their motto "Anything from Lowe on the death of his father i i the more serious. For the less serious -
Checking Service. Safety Deposit envtlopcK of the professionalactors I,' bargains to battleships, still holds last week. try the Bop Hope show at
Newest; Magazines, Games youngest good to a certain extent.
I i I the Gator Bowl tomorrow night.Iy .-
Special classes in handicraft, and Snack ever to undertake "Ham-I.I' A note to all hobbyists who are I I It's reported from Design's Record -
I I Joan .
Lat SprclaU. let." John Barrymore, in section that Duffy Quinn'swife Negus.Hospital
forever seeking new ideas could ',
I modest called 'j' is convalescing after a serious It
way, Breen "The I: be the title of this item-The I I

greatest Hamlet next to Barrymore" Chief in Charge has discovered anew | operation. Their daughter arrived -
ParalysisContinued and engaged him to direct method jestenlay from ('all torn Iii.
of putting a bowling
Doc MeMieliner'n twin
Barrymore's own projected revivalof I bola
ball to besides
use knocking over
( from i'age 1) the play in the Hollywood Bowl. pins. Anyone who might be Interested are back In school after their ton-

r Lt. H. N. :Moore (Legal) ; C L. Breen heads a truly outstanding can gain further infor- Mlectomy and Doc comes In each

Morris, AMC (Chaplain); N. E. cast, which includes stage and mation and details by getting in morning with a red eye whichhe

Jordan, AMI (MAA; G. S. Mason screen star Jacqueline Logan: as touch with Chief Newman at the calls "eye trouble." lint we I ChatterDance

ADG (O. D.) ; V. E Erick- "Hamlet's" mother; Leo Chalzel, Hobby Shop. wonder if he was talking when

non, AMC: (Waves Administration who was a member of the cast of he should hate been listening. time once again, this time

)I. Intelligence: Barbara Earp, Eugene O'Neill's "The Iceman' liant young' California actor, Al Holmes is getting tired of to the music of the Mainside band

WN1. Cometh," plays Polonius; vivaci- Frederic Warriher as King Claud- drinking left-over coffee just to I Yep-it's almost the end of January -

Operations Department: Lt. (jg) ous Gerry Jedd as Ophelia) ; a bril- I ius. j' keep it from going to waste. and we can't thnk of a better
W. J. JIt'nnlng' ;;G. \V. Miller. AFC, _u_____ I I11I
- way tn officially close) the firstmonth
(Photo Lab; LL (jg) D. E. Hilton tR'a!, .>'I SI* """ i of the New yu; celebrating

(Ordnance and Gunnery) ; Lt.
at a Red Cross dance The
(jg) V. Y. Crawley (Fire and Jan.
dance will be held Tuesday,
Crash Lt. J. H. Kaufman Boat
; (
25 from 2000 to 2230.
Facilities) ; Rosemary Divine, ACC f' Y wte { H: < The Recreation Hall I Is going to
(Tower) C. A. Schoder ADO V. '
; ( have the nE'look A lot of
U); Lt. (jg) W. J. Henning
work has gone: Into those nice pictures
Parachute Loft); Lt. (jg) T. C. Se"e of "Florida Wild-Life"whieh

Beavers, (GCA Green Cove ,
are on the walls now. ., 1'IrMoGlnarhh
Springs) Lcdr. C. A. raX t
: ; Hirgrave A
$ tea Iii
(MATS*; Sara Verner.' civilian 4, ,a Gray Lady, officiallyIn
charge of painting flf the mur-
Dept Lt. L. E. Mersey
(Operations : I
airs Her three assistants will be

(Aeroiogj ', 3 6 her daughter Joyce, plus Schrantz i

Rcpresntatis t'1O and Iliiestlos, oth patients.You'll (
Lt. 0 jt C. E. Kerstein (Physical aai
want to get in on thi r. ,
Training and Welfare) ; Lt. (jg) G. I
club. Thtre is a bridge game ever; I
T. Tuffanelli (Sr. BOQ) ; CWO R.
Friday afternoon in the Recreationhall. "
Turcotte (Jr. BOQ) ; CWO J. B.
If you have not had time to
Galloway (Marine Barracks I ; G.
learn this here's
game your
R Jones TDC, NARTU; S. Mis-
chance. Don't think it's too
tovich, AMC, (Yard Office); J. C.
hard because if the Red Cross I
Clay, QMC (Shore Patrol) ; Lt. .
staff can "tier i we say any- J I
H. E. Clark (Personnel) ; Lt. Pat
body iPho.
Murphy (NARTU); Lcdr. C. )[. j
and "hearts"toutnament
King (COMNABSIX) ; Lcdr. J. J. I M* luniuiy I
on Monday night
Bradley (Asst. Industrial Mgr-) ; the Recreation hall.

M. Cas-cone, (Communications); I
I Next time Mr. C. i:. Richardson ,
CWO F. H. Dooley (Medical)
V. A. IS.
present one of his cardsplease
Lt. A. E. Gustavson (Dental); Lt.
note that original It'atbert'Altt'
B. M. Sweat and Mr. J. Quina Ii
carries his cards in. lie
(O&R) ; Mrs. Patricia Price (Print
designed and
made the card casehimself
Shop); Lt. R. E. Wilcox (Public
and It U complete with hU
J Works); Ens. B. H. Miles (Transportation initials I II
tooled on the back l'la..tlo
" ); and Lrdr. E. S. Rhea, I form and i Instruction are in the t

',',,,' J. P. Cline CSC OL Ow ns, and 'O. T. Shop and are available toanyone
>, other unit representatives (SupPly -
who liken to make one fur

;." ) I himself. Incidentally theyI

I make awful nice gifts
rrnrm"r-*""""rai. UII'l." :.x 'iii tt._ -61' r'IIf' 'j1JCj" W"" Planes I'a'nt', AM, always tries f iplease
fAt L I GOLF A"Ann WINNERS-Regarded for their outstanding performance' In the recent all-sta the Sirs an<| this time "

(Cvnliiiuttl: from .Page 1) lion golf tournament, flight dUMon champ and runncrs-up, along with station Champion Tony Grrgo is really MiceeeOiiig. She requested j

crop Air Group 4 will join Carrier I and runner-up A mil furry, were present.trophies by NAS Commanding Officer Capt. A. I. Mai- a pair of tall candle hoklers anti f

Air Group 8 which is tornmandrd 'It' strom lass Saturday. Front row, left to right John xxlens" 3rd flight winner; M A. llorrak, 4th that I In what she'll get 1'ajne

: by Comdr. Richard H.I' flight runner-up; Charles Miller" runner-up 2nd flight; Chuck ('hodPrI5'h' flight runner-up; and Amll turned out on the lathe an attractive

, Burns. Air Group 4 will be of thej I Furry, station runner-up. Second row, left to right, <'. !. Denton, 4th flight winner; "Doc" llender- net of maple candle holder -

FAme a""'foxlmate strength In perE"nri > Min, winner 1st flight; Tony fin-go, station 4hamlHott; C apt. A. I. Malstrom; A. Braneinan 5th flight that "tM<
frfd' planet as its Cecil I I winner; and Chewier Itrlggtr Jr., Ziul flight winner. Missing are Robert: Allen, 1st flight runner-up and tabli and has given them a natural I

Field ._"fi !fvmcnt.) W. T. Tippet, 3rd flight jrunner-uji. finish.I j


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Pay Raise Proposed For Armed ForcesSeven

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Services A.. TT \0.IIi T II 1. w
$18 cut The $45 rate was
Itsnk- I Nice;; lime i--T: ]0 I-U -w .j43.rR4') .i'-r-r-" ; .- ..;;;- based on minimum cost of
I'.Y I ray I Yearn I Yurt \ Lars I fears I 11'ar. I wid'I sold I wid I "old monthly
., To Be Affected f 10440- I !'IOO.1- ----- j !liITJ02O--1 5 T195-"j"'i3 I --- 45--1 4SIt officer messes

-_, Admiral., (UH) I AAUO ,-- 73.1__._'I __733_ ,_I _733__733'_' 733 733 _73.1 "I._,' u_ i 4l: 1 21 KM: 8ub"I'4tC'llrEnlisted men

$: if Bill Approved Admiral (LH)- I. 'R64-ebx)-L I 550 j 1 J JJ 1 j Lltl; R40_,55o I 550 R70 I .!550 IfNi L 120(_lJ I 95 I 42 4SR. 21 subsistence: (1)) where falls rations In three in categories kind-

Ca ptaln 4400 7200 I 367 I 33554coo I I 4/1 61O! i 477 720 I' :5' 13 I 5 50 I 1l0 265: I I I ]05 20 I I I 42 45 45 21 were not furnished, the amount

Ever since the pay recommendations Commander n760--i I 3.97I 5)n-, :169 I 401 370 i 417 6(1-) 449 I 1- -66 550 "'j-120 5 -nOO-I I I 3Oi I '45145'6.1 I 21 :" cost should of be subsistence$225 a on day civilian-estimated bAs-

,j of the Hook Ad- SW--j -flTa1ff 45 F4 is; (2) where permission is granted -
1 46RO-j-j'1 I I 420-/450-I 1 344 1 I I i I I
visory Commission Service !.t Commander 358 449 481 105 IJO 63 21 to mess separately, U,05-

) pay were made public, the der Lieutenant I 3co--2'iro_ _,_2.10 30-\fO--I 212.. ,I I 263' 2X8 420-1 I, 358! j 4 4'fiOj4Sj I I ]!II.r-1) I. 75 I 4l 45-1: I 21 value where of assigned commuted to duty ration;under(3)
-- "U -----"- -- --" -- ---
)Juge of queries of the "whys" 330 I 360 -6(1- 45-f 95 conditions, amount
I : I j m I I = I I = l II emergency an
, Lieutenant (Oa) 2400 200 230 I'JO I 345 I 75 I 60 I 42 I 21 to
"wherefores" equal cost of
and has
resulted daily
-'- --"- -- average
Bern 8o 2 0 -j- --3 o---3O 1 I x; -j'-3 I ()() li j 30 l-ro 45143j45Ensign food In should be
I I i Ii locality
in reams of copy of the 2160 i 2iO: 2.10 2t O ( I I 60 I 4 I 42 T 21 paid.
'W.' new proposed/ plan. -N ; *:xlra lounf'r"IHiA'dml,. :"'"'Mil o) per month.i Aii iTiir-.fio per month. \iee- Adniirnl i >)! per mOllth.. The commission suggests payment
'i pay 1.011&11)'. $30 a month IlIrr... .tery ave. fears up to 30 )...,.. up to $3.
Although the pay plan has already '
passed through the hands
'j of the Secretaries of Army Navy Annual !N TII I. Y Rental I Subsistence Overseas PayExtra

1 and Air Force it still must meet I Base I Rase I 5 I 10 I 15 I 20 I 25T330 1 w'I I w/o I wwlo
the of Pay ray Years Years I Vf'arlll I Years I Years t Yt'ftrll I .I dt'fI. dt'p dt'p pay for sea and foreign
approval Congress to become --I ----

law. Commissioned First Grade 31OO I 'IO ,o :\O! I 450 4110 1 510 105 73 45 I I 45 duty recommended to be retainedfor
cred- I I 1- 31201 I I 1 I enlisted only Officersand
Since its announcement the pay flN'rI att'r 12 )'t'Rrl 3.100 273 I m 316 35: 8 449 481 105 00 63 21 men
J plan has met with a mixed recep- liable commlssloned sertlee warrants 8hould'recC'1'e no
; tion both In and out of the service Second Grade I; -" II additional pay for oversea or sea
j "f"Y'J but general feeling exists Commissioned Warrant Of- 1 36N) NO/ I ----I 360 --1-1--: 450 l I'-l !-----I I I 45 duty. The commission also lecom-
a leers after '6 3't'arl cred- 2760 ::230 265 ass I : 21 mends that
for and foreign
: that the plan will be thoroughly liable commlssloned! service' I I 1 I I I I pay sea *
4 scrutinized before any decision is --Yh =li(1I'ade'-I- ------r--: ---I service should be in additionto
Commissioned' Warrant Of3240 I ---I'I 300) : 390!) 420 450 I IO I any hazard pay for which qualified -
1---1"- ----1-
I Congress \fI liable leers commissioned up to 6 years Bert('rt'd25JJ Ice i'I : ( I II l'.l0 I : I 273 I m 315 I 7S I '

be several months before major --- --- -- -"-" "
i, bill could be expected to have completed FoUl th Grade-I-I 28M--1---270= \ :no \I 300 3.10 ---\-\--\---1-! \ \ \ 45 45 Death BenefitsFree
I, "; the various legislative steps Warrant Officers I I 2160 I 189 I I 1119 I I 207 ) 225 ) ) I 4l: 21 .
and become law. I I I I I I death benefit up to $10-
::. Increase In Store tity- -. -$330 a m.nlhh-- Incrcase evety f Ito years up to 30 years.The required commissioned i tice"'\with ctedllahle 000 recommended for all personnel -
," II 20 and 10 1.t'"el'lI\'t'y( for the first and second' grades,
record at
.. present years .
The actlve and retired rollsto
plan as proposed by the --- on duty
4Ct:. Hook Advisory Commission calls I replace the present gratuity of
-- -
.r.... for a complete overhaul of the pay Asn.a1:i L == _.'!J'i j-1 = = ___ F'xira All;;;;;cesi six months'' pay.
{ and compensation system from tIM'e j I hale 1 I S I I yII! I !IS I .lO I 22 I 10,: I Rental t-R't'nllstmt'nt A is offered in the
1 Yrs.I I 'Fl. 11'rs. 11'ra. 1 present
1'ay I ray Fl. I I I J Fl. /dp"'o/d' Bonus
to ,
f '. top bottom generally increasIng --- provision of retirement, -
.. I 27(10 j 2"5 240 2:5Tnlidj: : I : ( 3lj-- 31>tl I : I (2)-Tt'rmln..a1) Leave giving
; 't the compensation of every person 1st Grade I 19N0 i 165 i 173 100 I 106 I 213 j 231 1 218 I 60 I 45 i Pay an officer eligible for retirement -
0'?. except those who stagnate in :" -- 2 160 -18( !) -n Oj225124 255 '255-'--- the right to retire if lie has
!!Ip A-, the lower grades. The new sys- 2M Grade 16.r1----2.. I --ll i 42 1 155 1 I 169 I 176 ,L 9_ ,__ u.( 6n I 45 I ((3-Commutt'd w/dt'J's. Rations 20 or more years of service( after

I I1 tern is designed to give personnel -- 1MO 150 165 I 11<0 I 195 I 210 I 2'015 Zl:> (4)) he has reached the age of 60 and
I I i I I
l > Increases which would bring them 3r'd.Grade I ..1380 I 115_ 2---J3' "_ ) 4L2 I _I 1-E 60 4i: I ClothingrAllhlaln the right to request retirement at

: in line with comparable civilian ro- I 14401120 I i L 1:35: 1 1,10 I 1651\ lRO I 195 1 I 195 I I r (3)-) .IFI'hllrge Travel I any age after 30 years service.
4th Grade I 1.90 I 140 150 I (6)) I (6)
J:' .. Eponslbill ties.I" -.OO-L2.0521 ._ _. _L Puy Benefits for both are to be com-
1058) 90 n0 00 00 I 90 I I9) j 90 I ,
Recommending an'average 15 I I ((6)-Mont'v All In
5lh Grade r 1080j i IO I r.95 I 104 113 I 117 I 126 I 135 I (6) I (b) I lieu 01 Qtrs. puted on length of service
per cent increase for all, exceptrecruits ---
1 :)-75-r75j I n-7'5j-51-75-f75T I i ; I I I (7)-MnnrV.AIIn
the commission has made 6th Grade Ji(1; 1 80 I M I I --L.2..00 104I1121120.. __I (6) J I (6) i lIt'u of SU'b".
,.,. Travel
'\; promotion and responsibility as I J 720'I 7rr-60-r60 I 60 I 60 I 60 I 601 I j t8)-rilY) for lust, Pay
paramount factors for pay increases 7th Grade r 900 j 75 I 79 86 I 94 I 101 I 105 t 113 I ((6) I (6). I tier. Awsrdsl.i
with longevity given less 1m1 _._itysIha -m. tEiir .... tar each(I.-.years! ao.rip'-: = 23 ),:.r.N .:--- -' :---------- = Travel and transportation allowances
__ portance. both mileage and per

\ ,Under proposed scales, top three };\\' PAY C1IAICT-Thin chart tlio\tH the pay scale aN re(. mimenIe!
I' grades: should average about-one- for the Armed Torrea. Calling for a general overhaul of the armed forct-H pay and compensation system actual out-of-pccket costs, and advanced -

third increase over present pay. the proposal calls for A 15 per cent Increase ,in pay. i if need bl.'. Servicemen
These grades would receive allow- -- -I should not profit or suffer from

,kances comparable to those provided fits for reserves \iaining, ex- rate for grade 7, the commission All officers warrants, first three I the duty for which these allowances -

for commissioned officers. cept through: the Veterans Administration explains that : (1)) cost of livingis graders, and grade four with seven IYl'ars | are paid, the commission

In-grade increase based on and no death benefitsex taken care of by free clothing, total service should states.
the VA and National shelter and food; (2)) desirable get
length of service ("fogies") would cept through,: higher quarters allowance when
.d: be stepped up from every two I Service Life Insurance personnel are not expected to they have dependents. Both rent Inducement Pay
> for detailed re- stay in that grade for more than
: y" years up to 18 jeara and then Much too long al and subsistence allowances
:" : every four 'ears-n a flat scale port here, the following is a con four months when promotion is should be set administratively, Regarding $100 a month Inducement
instead of percentages densed summary of the Hook Com- automatic and (3) the $75 a pay for physicians surgeons -
l' the commission to reflect
;t",)=' 1"1)4'181 ray Limited mission's report. I month pay, along with free food, current costs to comparative civilian I and dentists, the commission -

:" Elimination of ,the 50 types of Stressing the military career shelter, clothing is better than groups, instead of being fixed I recommends that the present
i}' s special pay in the armed forces, the objective of the recommendations comparable pay in industry and future by law. inducement be continued It is
ft' including the so called "fringe" of the commission is to at- opportunities are more promIsing further recommended that it

,' pay which has been added to basic tract and hold in the services per- Subsistence should not be paid to Interns.

"j- pay from time to time is recommended sonnel adequate in numbers and Top three enlisted grades under Physicians, surgeons and dentists

'II_\ _.... in the report. Only three capabilities. This is being sought the proposed plan should average Officer subsistence Officers according to the proposal,

types of special pay would be re by providing military compensation 'about one-third increase over present should get monthly ration of $15a should be given constitutive credit -
tamed They are (1) hazardous and promotion opportunitieson pay and they would receive allowances month instead of present $21 for pay and promotion equalto

,,5- duty. ((2) sea and foreign pay for parity with comparable civilian comparable to those provided for a 30-day month. Thus single the number of years, not in

;,. enlisted personnel only, and (3)) responsibilities for commissioned officers. officers would get a substantial excess of four. of recognized post-

inducement pay for doctors, surgeons increase; married officers now ,graduate training, unless such
e: and dentists (except interns Pay IncreaseNew I Hazard Pay entitled to two rations would get years are already credited by virtue -

,t'. ) on active duty. j about $3 more a month, and men of other provisions' of law
Similar retirement disability rates would average out Scoring the different systems, -
and allied benefits for officers, to 91 per cent increase for all the commission claims the per. -. ,

i.;;; ," '"' and enlisted men, reservists as active duty personnel of the armed cm tape system especially as undesirable. I i WeekSridWincfTafk

t.;,., well as those on active duty, are forces, and 195 for retired per .
,;. recommended At present there sonnel. The pay for grade 7, low Elimination virtually all special I
are no disability benefits for enlisted est enlisted rank would remainat pays including so-called''|

:' men with less than 20 years, < $75 a month.In fringe" pays which have been I, Notes

n nor are there any disability bene- retaining the $75 a month j added to basic pay from time to
-- --- time because of a generally inadequate om1JARTU
pay structure, Is recom.

:: : kimmerci i B lletin I i mended allowances. However for subsistence continuation and of

",y_ Bulletinslll be accepted only until space U filled. Call eat 8,530. cause quarters of is the recommended current economicconditions be-

ck,.':l.... ," Three complete Kill rooms NAIt: of furniture folks at Bk*. B or Ph 50-t, particularly housing ),'ASUOXNext drill is slated -
, with Zenith radio, fine condition 1947! JsaUonal taller, 24 It. Good condition shortage, until the general situation for Saturday Feb. 12. Immediately of you have no troubles, Lt.
t $175. 3112 B Barr St.. Dewey Park. Butane stole and heater. permits the inclusion of such following muster, the squadron Gusky is also there to help out.
7;4 whitney steer-o-mollc baby carriage Electric hot water heater. Sleeps 4. I These two will give info how
will hold in you
Yukon. ; allowances in basic rates a preliminary
M' good condition 1400. Llosd Jordan See Air Trailer Park Office pay I
i\ r at shop 4.26: O&R. House trailer 22 It. Good condition. Only three special pays will be spection. Uniforms will be dress to qualify for the Naval Aviation
*" >: 1947 DiSoto custom built convertible $375. Ciouse, Ph. 8-1653. retained under the new proposal, blue baker. At that time a qualified Cadet program how to go about
radio heater. A.1 condition. KetUen.14IVA FOR RENT: Naval
; ; Child St. NAS Ext. 524. I Two rooms for lent with connectingbath ( ((1)) hazardous duty; ((2)) sea and expert tailor will be available. taking Correspondencecouijses
K ?, 1942 Ford 4-or sedan $700 Excellent In a private home. 1804 Cope- foreign duty for enlisted men only, The storeroom will be open for and generally host you
i :,1} condition }:>t. 351 or J820-B Norman land St Ph. 7-5426 for Information. and (3) Inducement pay for doctors Issuance of rating badges and dec can improve your Naval effici-
SI Dewey Patk Large sleeping room double bed.. large
the associate vol-
1Z I squadron as an
orations well as uniforms
surgeons, and dentists (except as any
(: Modem brick home, three bedrooms closet next to hath continuous hot
t.1..11;.; newly decorated, 9500. $1950 cash. water 2326"Park St. interns) on active duty. I which may be needed by any person ency.
'if(" $i4 mo. Ph. -1325, Furnished room semi private bath. The three-types of duty specifiedfor in the squadron.The Lt. Thomas Benson has Joinedthe
Cnol spot' refrigerator $95. 81325. 1044 Cherry St. Ph. 27981.
'f. Sailboat, 14 ft Klak, with 50 gu, ft. Piano uptight for tent, Kranlch and hazard pay are: ((1) glider, purpose of this inspection is squadron as an associate volunteer -
"r., sail 2 double blade paddles $50. Bach. Mrs. Mitchell 78028. parachute, submarine rescue, experimental not to criticize anyone for uniform We hope to ha-e a reg-
It_ Lloyd Jordan, Shop 426: O&R. Trailer space, $12 per month Free diving, handling of lepers shortcomings, but to make sure ular billet for him soon Ens.
boats and fishing Rheislde Trailer demolition that all will be prepared for the Rabon W. has
bungalow: Park, 12: miles south on Rt 17. Black of explosives! observing I Thompson Joined
nlKhed Gl financed. Bramlett, Ph. Creek, requiring flying; (2) deep annual inspection in March. I Ius as Assistant Supply officer.
( ; 8116.llca .. Large bedroom with sluing loom with sea diving; ((3) flying if military Since all items of uniform will be | These officers who are willing to -- -,
,4'" :1 r, uuly luj-Kai-e) tialter (one wheel) large fireplace, has private hath andshower. aircraft by qualified personnel! I available and since the provisionhas work without pay pending a vacancy "f
\ la,' uiln. 31I2U Itair St Dewey nnels, 3X55 St. Johns Ate.
,.Fs! '; Tu.klOJo : Ph.2.2810.: when prescribed requirements are been made for attaching deserve! a lot of credit for
I:k" :' : : llymouth! 2-door, good rubber. II III: met; assignment to submarines as badges "on the spot", there should their spirit.
I" ", new hultriy body tough. $125. Call .ntt'd-Rldl' from 2nd and Main St t. a member of a cr'w.Quarters. I be no excuse whatever the following Have you ever found a pearl In
Sax tun. 81245. -- hours 0800 to 16.10Drnsford
, to NAS. V01 king
'. Kitchen cabinet, lawn mower slleht- Ext. 612.IjOST month for anyone being jour oyster dinner? If you have,
I ly usedValnut serving table and -Brown collie shepherd pup In out of uniform in any respect. you'll know how we feel vhen we
lc' pnnn swine 2A26: Park St. Dewey Pmk. If found notify LjMi Incidentally! if anyone is In doubtas find a good yeoman Chief
," Unlv Unk-lMie \aiuum cleaner 4950. at Kxt 528 or 3213-B Dewey Park Substantial boost in
\< quartersand I to which arm holds which Charles Donovan, YNTC showed
,j I:. J, IMoilwr. 4001-t, Dewey Park. Babes sitting at Qtm Wl Apt K.. txlR373 .
(I:. JOUSt for sale or tent 103 Blending Barbara or Betty MarRioxe. subsistence allowance rt'com-// badge, or any other questions concerning up one day and asked for a job.
":, Road 2-27"J7.Liquidation Baby sitter at 1015 Barln St. NAS. Call mended. Officers and warrants uniforms, get in touch He is a recent transfer fi Jin Eddy
of Tnodein furniture at Ext 8315 should get allowance) for quaiters | with Lt. Jones. sotone, Ta, (we never heard of
1,1 low coat *>ot ol nobler St. Call Want a baby ultter-Mr*. Glamlon at
"' 9-0071 4616 Crescent Murray 11111 U ofleilnK at all times, subject to withholding The pquadron has a new Personnel it either), where ho was attached -
Packard Clipper 1942. $923.: Motorcycle her seat Ices Call 2t 7h5 ;<>r .-ppolnUmerts. when quarters air assigned. Officer to whom all can to Surface Division 4.11. Before -

" might be accepted. on trade. rh. 8-. Enlisted personnel should) get allowances complain about everything.; Come he could change his mind, we
0784 night Baby sitter will care for rhlldun of I
when quarters I are not in and get acquainted with Lt. had him signed for the billet
;" 19 f' ,'\' radio ritnlci. $]6:>5. tci 2140., assigned the-crommlsIIionl states. Harry Thomas Rogers Jr.. even I Ii as Administrative Chief Yeoman.



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rour J/VA 111ru.. vv r ZU January 1949

Jax-Navy Boxers Cop Win Over Florida Frosh 1\\

Decision In First MeetPounding Gives Fliers 6th Straight )


out five wins in eight bouts the NAS-Jax WAVES Increase Entertain Orlando Airmen ;1 1I 1r

leather-pushers scored a decisive triumph over the Green

Cove rmttmen at Green Cove Springs last week to register Streak I In Return Fracas TonightDisplaying

their initial triumph of the 1919 ring campaign. Winning

Before a capacity crowd of 1- -- --- ---
more polish as the season progresses, Coach
200, the Jaxmen hammered out will meet again on Feb 3. To Five ''
two KO'i and three decisionsover Nt"'omer"'In StraightRunning George Boerner's Jax-Navy hoopsteis stretched their win-

their host, while the Cove- Mike Thompson and Joe Lasky, ning streak to six straight in soundly trouncing a fast Uni-

men gained a pair of technical a pair of newcomer to the Air their skein to five versity of Florida freshman squad, 68-49, Tuesday at the local )
knockouts and a decision, Station squared-circle were impressIVe in a row by adding three more hardwood

The Green Cove squad is slatedto in knockout wins over I wins to the victory list last The Fliers play host to the Orlando
the NAS bat- their opponents. Thompson floored Fliers 68 Went 50
appear against ; Kry
Air Force Base five in a return
week the NAS WAVES will
tlers here at Mainside Auditorium, lightweight Roy Russell in 35 sec- go tonight at the NATTC I Led by Red Doll, spirited guard,
February 3, in another warmup onds of the second round with a I attempt to continue their win- gym The locals handed the Air who tossed in 19 points, the Fliers
meeting before the Golden Gloves right hook to the jaw. Local light- ning ways when they meet Force crew a 103-63 beating in thoroughly trounced the highly- f
Tourney at the Jacksonville Ball weight, Lasky, chased Johnny the Fernandina American Le- their initial meeting. Saturday I touted NAS Key West hoop squad
;Park Feb 16, 17 18 and 19. Tinsley up to one minute and gion Post sextette tonight in I Coach Boerner's lads trek to Tam- i i 68-50, at Key West Saturday The
FMH Cheer Martin Bout twelve secondof the third before locals opened up before the game
pa to meet MacDiIl Air Force Base
Local ring vet Joe Martin put leveling him off with a fctra:,4ht the preliminary to the NAS and return home to meet Cherry I was minutes long and pulled slow-

another win under his belt when right jab.Ronald. Tax Fliers-Orlando Air Force Point Marines Monday night ly ahead, leading at half-tim,

he won a three round decision over Duwell and Ray Hall, fray a NATTC Auditorium at Red Doll of the Fliers led the 43-25.
lightweight Ira Rielly. Martin, the two Air Station welterweights, 1900. point-makers in Tuesday's clash Pauly Paulson and Red Smith .
aggressor all the way was unableto went down in defeat via the with the Florida frosh, notching I two outstanding men on the Key .
tag Reilly with his powerladen T.K.O. route in their three-round Sharing: top perch in 15 points, while team mates Lon West squad, led scoring for the
Girls with the
right hand for the 10-count( ers The referee halted Duwell's City combo hoop, race the local belles Christiansen and Paul King garnered I evening, tallying 22 and 20 respectively
but took the nod amid the cheers mix with Al Lasker of Green Pepsi-Cola 13 and 8 points respectively Close behind Doll on the
took a pair of league frays, whipping -
for another round. I Cove when the local battler was Edward's 34-30, and The Fliers now average 66 points 'I Flier squad was Paul Petty with
Pat Patterson, NAS middleweight out his feat in the second '
per game in six contests. 13 while Chris Christensen con-
the Southern Bell La.aI I!
brought home another win I round. Gale Mills, Green Cove, smothering
-- ------- nected with four field shots
with his decision over elusive Abe used tremendous roundhouse haymakers sies, 33-18. On their home court I ( three charity throws for 11 points.
the WAVES beat The Standard
Casey, in an explosive contest to slow up NAS entry I
Oilers 26-16, to account for the Grego Snares : Jav Trips Boca 'hlc'a
Patterson rocked Casey often with I Hall, and as the latter appeared victories. Although Boca Chica's has-
three recent
his one-two punch bit the rugged I hurt in the second frame the arbiter I keteers breath.
Green Cove battler wouldn't go I halted the contest, awardedit ;MOH>Messer: Set the Pace Medal HonorsIn ing down were their practically necks at the final
down. Patterson on a terrific Mills. Moser
put to WAVE forwards, "Skip" whistle Friday night the locals
third round barrage to take the Welterweight Hal McKinney and Ellen Messer, were the spark !' still had enough left to stall the
Unanimous decision failed in his bid against Green plugs in the NAS sextettes three II' Golf Meet! ball for several seconds and win
Richard Beck, another local ring Cove's powerful Gordon Cameron i| big wins last week Taking the the game 43-36. Coach Boeruer of
Vet, battled Green Cove's bantam- Although McKinney bore most of I King Ed team in tow, Moser led I substituted
the Fliers sparingly
weight Chuck Abalon to a close i the fight, and scored with body the local point-getters while Mes- Newly cro"'ned station golf the trusting to
decision, in a sensational toe-to-I punches often, the final count wentto I st'r's brilliant floor play kept the champ Anthony Grego continuedhis I the skill and strategy of his regulars
toe slugfest Both of these battlers I his adversary. opposition upset. wizardry on the local linksin ,
low medalist score of
-- tallying
:Messer: led the with 6 tallies -
Hot Competition way 74 to pace his 40-man squad to Hers Top I'arrk Island
in the WAVES win over the
The Fliers added the scalp of
victory( in a team match staged
Standard Oil team, and lacked-up the Parris Island :Marines to
last Saturday.
I Loop Leading Personnel Quintet duel.9 counters in the Southern Bell Pitting the Blue squad againstthe their belt a week ago Wednesday,

Red, the match was played in dropping the devildogs, 53-46 in
Moser Leads Sourer foursomes, with nine points aI-I a bitterly contested battle here on
Awaits Crucial Intra-Mural Tilt In the first five games this lowed for each group. Grego's Blue I the station court. The locals helda
Moser holds
season Coach the top
squad finished with a total of 100 slim 27-17 margin at half-time, i
A fast moving Personnel quintet scoring honors among the local points, while the Red group, led I but the visitors partially closed 'I
which has been setting the Maulers whipped Radio Central, '! basketballers with a total of 461 by Joe McDonald who posted a I the gap in the latter half of play :-
National League intra-mural hoop 50-24( and Supply toppled Com I' points. Fran Free, and Messer 76, chalked up 80 points. I with flashy, fast-breaking Bill i4
Fair, 5i-19. have tallied 31 and "8 points respectively -
chase on fire with four straight
Following the team matches, a I Peters leading the way. Peters was
wins, will get its acid test next : In the American league race, .
party was held at the Golf Shack I high point man in the contest A
Wednesday afternoon when it ; the rangy Marines have set down at which Captain A. I, Malstrom, with 15.
tangles with the second place all opposition winning four I Honolulu cage circles still boasta Commanding Officer, presented I I I t

NARTU five, at 1430. I straight contests. The Marines I bare foot league.JaxNavy trophies to winners, runners-up, I
Coach Paul Dirks' fleet yeomen smothered the station Police five and low medalist in the Station Intra-Mural Meet
have tallied 175 points in four i 155-7, and whipped Overhaul and Court Golf Tournament held recently.
starts, downing( the Maulers in a I Repair, 43-23. Forfeit wins over Receiving awards were: Next For GolfersAn
forfeit in their opener, Radio Cen- I'I VA 81 and VA 83, gave the leatherneck Slate ReminderThursday Champion and low medalist, Anthony I
tral, 66-22, Operations, 65-41, anda the other two victories Grego; Amil E Furry, run- intra-mural golf tournament,

strong Hospital combo, 42-21. I This afternoon at 1300, the Marines January 20, Orlando ner-up for the Championship; Doc consisting of two\ leagues, U slated
NARTU, with three wins under will test their offensive Air Force Base vs. Jax-Navy, Henderson, winner of the First as the next major attractionat
its belt have taken into tow the I against R-1, runner up, In the here. Flight and Robert Allen, runner- the station links.
Dispensary, 45-20, Operations, 52- I j National hoop loop. R-l has notched Saturday, January 22, Jax- up; Chester Briggs Jr., winner of' Two leagues, the National con.
21 and recently trimmed ComFair I three consecutive triumphs by Navy vs. McDill Field at Tam- I the Second Flight and Charlie Miller slsting of NAS division teams, and<
6233. The NARTU hoopsterg have pounding out wins over VA 81, pa, Fla runner-up,. J, J. Goodens, win- the American, composed of teams
racked up 159 points. I Ordnance and Gunnery, and Over- Monday, January 24, Cherry ner of the Third Flight and W. T. from squadrons based here, are
In other games played around haul and Repair Point Marines vs Jax-Navy, Tippet, runner-up; C. L. Denton, expected to bo formed for the
the National circuit this past Other scores in the Nationalrace here winner of the Fourth Flight, and tourney
week Operations dropped a, 38- this past week were XA 81 Tuesday, January 25, Jax- M. Boczak, runner-up: A. Brane-I Plans have not been completely
35 verdict to the Maulers, Supply over Overhaul and Repair 30-29( Navy vs. Stetson University, at man, winner of the Fifth Flight, :I arranged yet, but matches will get
trimmed VU, 40-21, Dispensary and FASRON 6 won a forfeit fray Deland, Fla. and C. A, Schoeder, runnerupof under way shortly, according
L J 1 I
halted Radio Central, 30-16, Dispensary from Ordnance and Gunnery. the last round. Jack Harvey, station golf pro.
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edged out VI', 38-35,

Squadron Kegiers hL ? ;F$ '__ 4 "I

Capture Loop Lead ___ L. .

From 0 & R Crew

Overhaul and Repair grip on
the top slot of the Officers
ing league was broken by bOWl-I I
ter'mired squad of VF-83 (
who moved into the loop lead at

the competition conclusion of the fifth v.,-ek of ..

Trailing Overhaul and Repair by
two gaines two weeks ago, VF'
83 began climbing to overtake the
loop leaders i chalking up 17 wins
against 3 setbacks. The Overhaul .A

,and Repair club, dropping foui out
Itf eight matches in the last two s g _
rounds of play, now rest in second ea't
place with 16 wins and 4 defeats .
The VA-85 Maulers slipped into
;' third spot with a 15-5 slate Fas
ron 6 is deadlocked with Operations
for 4th place with 13 wins
and 7 losses.Chester( .

Briggs Jr., retained d _
his position as king in the three- '
game high average. His 572 is -r- :
still unchallenged C. A. Briggs
Sr., also of O&R, has rallied to
move past the opposition to post !
the second best three-game aver
age of 562. Joe Myers of NARTU 7 Vr a w f

with 560, Bill Carlson with 531 3 r
also high among the keglers post-
ing stirring three-game scores.

and. Bob( Connor with a 527 are
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Bowling( only three games, My- v.n" ------- --- -
ers of NARTU has tallied the HARDWOOD ACTION-Potting their third consecutive court guard, head for the follow-up. On the right mil CarKou (20)) .Jar:
highest single game score of 218 triumph, the NAS Filers blasted the Farris Inland Marine 53-46 In forward, tip In two point, despite opposition from TurrU Islander
and also boastr of the best average I It recent hom stand. In action( on the left, flier* center "Chris" I Boh Fltoli. "(tell" Doll (l7) Jea court see, U la the foreground..t'age .

136. I 'ltrbdC'.f'R ((1') arches a two.i oliitr, while Paul King (7)) NAS

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