Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1949
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Boxing Tonight At 8-At NATTC Auditorium

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JflX :fljh4WUtjI

,/ 3 February 1949
Vol. 6-No. 44

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



Engine Experts I \ Or March Of Dimes

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In Confab Officers With .; n i' '4 Is Huge Success

Station > :''\ ;

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I. Aircraft engine experts from thePrattWhitney
Aircraft Corpora- ; s sr ta
1949 Donations Surpass
tion. the U. S. Air Force the Na-

val Air Station Quonset Point, R I.. ''I ,

and the Bureau of Aeronautics, i Last Years ContributionsExceeding

.... \\ashington, D. C. opened a two- i

........ week reprovlsioning conference, ae < .. .:.,.:. i I all expectations, the March of Dimes campaign .
: r
called by the Aviation Supply Of- .. held }here in conjunction with the nation-wide fight

fice, Philadelphia, Pa., Monday N. 'against infantile paralysis, turned out to be substantiallythe
here at the Naval Air Station. : most successful ever conducted at the Naval Air Station,

The conference came on the with a total of $3,097.5(5: ) already realized from contributions

heels of the program recently undertaken ;I \: \ I from service and civilian personnel.With .
the Over haul and Repair --- -
by a few scattered contributors
department to maintain and ( yet to be heard from the local

overhaul engines used in the Corsair I .k .lr. I chairmanship two-week campaign of Chaplain under Francis the NAS Bond Drive

and Hellcat fighter planes. ..
Lee Albert, which closed Sunday,
The meeting U aluo designed to' ::.t ." !
'1.Y \ jan. 30. surpassed! that of last To Be Conducted
promote a better understanding' of ""' .Y year when $2,200.67 was collected.
: ) MaUtrom Naval Air:Station
I'KKSKNTKI!* TOKEN-'apt A I. \ the returnsof
Following complete
the job.Since |
commanding officer, displays the white football, .n"c'rlb..d with fain I all pledges and contributions, During FebruaryA
the inauguration of the !Donald 'a'l.a,
I member signatures, presented! him by Coach lA'tlr. the funds will be forwarded to the
new overhaul program, production Physical Training and itcrreatlon Of liter, In behalf of the .J8'-\I1'Y District Representative, headquarters
RI I team tit banquet held in their honor last Tuesday I conceited effort to make all
has been stepped up from JO grid a Sixth Naval District, from .
personnel conscious of the opportumties
1830 type engines per quarter to I there to National Headquarters. of U S. Savings Bonds

135 engines of the R-2800 type New "G" Suit Gets Now It's PossumusAs Filly here per will cent be of returned the total to collected DuvalCounty will be made through a Savings
per quarter. Considered to be. the Bond Drive to be conducted at the
Local 0 & R i for control of polio and Naval Air Station during the
most Important program for advanced 1 I Once-over LocallyA I care of polio victims I locally

jet undertaken aeronautical at the development Naval\ Air ] "G" suit, used by pilots to Gets New InsigniaThe I Donations My I'niU I II 'I I month Under of the February.direction of Lt H. E.

Station definite decision! was counteract blackout in high alti- I The Overhaul and Repair department Clark. Savings Bond Officer representatives
tude flying, was displayed hereby with a total of 1735.19 have already been
reached only after the Overhauland naval aviation insignia submitted
its manufacturer Dave Clark ot contributions, including $270.00 appointed from each division to
at Quonset I
Repair department
the Naval Air Station
Point was burned in mid-Decem Worcester, Mass at a conferencewith by from military personnel and $1- canvass all personnel in their respective
ber I Carrier Air Group 8 pilots Overhaul and Repair department 163.19) from civilians, led all de- I divisions.
Percentage of replacement parts and personnel Monday I to Chief of Naval Operations has I pll'tmenU in total I collodions. Other I I Between the period Feb. 1 and

requited, methods of sorting, preserving ': Clark, who arrived here with been approved and will now be high donators were the Supply Feb. 28, station personnel will be
and issuing parts will be U-dr. Ralph Christie MC USN, adopted, as the unit's mark of dis depailment with $357.01 and Pub offered a chance to take advantage
discussed and a complete study of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery I lie Works with 35688.; I of the opportunity presentedby
of the R-2800 type engine i III planned I sat in on a, conference in tinction. I Bioken down into figures the the government to buy U. S,
during the conferenceRepresentatives which the merits of the coverall Incorporating the thoughts and following amounts were turned in Savings bonds, the finest, safest,
from both Sup- type suit, now being tested at Pt>nsai'ola ideas of Overhaul and Repair officers by respective .divisions and units: and most convenient investment in
I was dlsl'u l'4ed. I Print Shop, $VOO> ; Chaplain's Division the world
and Overhaul and departments ,
ply Repair
and civilian the
personnel $1330 NABSIX -
; personnel It has been out that U.
headed by Capt. H. F. i iGmgtUh Capt. J. I. Holland, MC, USN.medical : pointed
insignia was designed by Chief E. $2100: NATTU, $385.: : ; M.A.A. S. Saving bonds yield 2.9 per cent
and Capt. R. O Minter, officer at the Naval AirStation
I I I. White. .. $5: .4ft.; Personnel $58,77; Dental return. For every three dollars invested
respectively, will attend all sessions presided over the conference -
of the conference I Bearing the latin word "Pussunrus" $23: .00: Zone Intelligence and now, four dollars will be realized

___ ______ .____ I (Oxiliiuietl on Page 3)) in ten years.
which has been adoptedto .
Seeking New HonorsJaxNavy do" attitudeof I --
i signify the "Can

I the local Overhaul and Repair 13 NARTU Men Complete

Hoopsters At Norfolk department, the general motif of I

the insignia is a symbolic portrayal -

For Crack At East Coast Crown that of of the overhaul department's and repair mission of 2,500 Mile Training Flight

With their eyes set on the All-Navy finals at Pearl naval afrcratt. It has a cartoon i Completing: one of the phase 'cluh'
members of the Naval
I r
Harbor in the Hawaiian
Islands, Jax-Nayv basketeeis left I
placed in a complete
es in uvenvater navigational Air Station Ileserve; Unit sot-
Tusday morning: for Norfolk; Va., to compete in the Fleet I circle with the two letters O andIt I I ;
Air Atlantic tournament. I flight training, thirteen active tied down here this week: after
Victorious in 13 out of 11 contests .--- standamir a trip of some :2,500::> nautical -
Coach George Boomer's lads miles, including: stops at
left the base with confidence and :Miami, Fla. ; San Juan, PueitiUico )

determination that will spell trou- I ; and Guantanamo; J;.iv,
bli1 to the opposition at Norfolk.

Th.,> locals won the right to ad- [ Cuba
vain e to the AtlanticC'oast play- The flight of the two PV-2 V.-n-
on:* by taking two straight contests turas bearing the NARTU members
here last week and the Southern II I I was a training flight which
Fleet Air championship, defeating x'8)1s.0 will set up the eventual rout 1110'
Carrier Air Group Eight, that will be followed when groupsof
Cl-lft: and NAS Key West 7312. "\\'I't'kt'nj.11'1'101'14"' begin

Win IS Straight ((Continue! on Page 4))
The winner at Norfolk will\ return
there for a second elimination -
tournament the latter part of Openings ListedIn
FebiuarThe eventual winner of i
the second Norfolk tourney will Civil ServiceThe
(Continued on Page !) 0t
Board of U. S Civil Service
g a "8';
t Examiners for the Naval Air Station .
VFW Post InvitesAll has announced application:
IJ will! be accepted until March 3 for
ServicemenAn position of Aircraft Inspector,
Bch 2 ay6A R $ a G C'AF,12 with pay ranging from
invitation has been extendedto $6,235.50 to $7,19280 per annum.
all Naval Air Station service Applicants desiring to com[>etd
personnel to visit the VFW Post in this examination should, file applications
1639 of Jacksonville by Horace I : form 5001-ABC and flT
Hedg-ppeth, manager of the local with the Recorder Board of U. S.
a post Civil Service Examiners building

Open seven days a week, the 430: prior to the closing d.t te.
Jacksonville, VFW Is throwingopen I There will be no written examina
: its club rooms and facilitiesto tion. Applicants will be rated OH
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all veterans and servicemen i'i" j"""* i"'i iJMM" iiBii iiiiiLuuL ia jnB Ma i Mia giitoa .n.m .n. the extent an-i quality of their expel
during their trip into town. Th RELAXING BETWEEN: JIOl'S-Several of the IS active duty member from the load Naval Air ienee and training.
club is located 01121.. corner of I K *orve Training Unit relax at OuantiuMii Ray, Cuba, one of the Weral utop-oter during their Additional information and naoessarjr -
June and Durand streets. at Ute iwo0at 2,900? over-water training flight. Left to right seer G |'U Frfxlerto W. .'rie..h1\IM&, N.AUTUnou torso may Iw obtained
foot of the old bridge! )u tiW south; I >ia4iMr ftioer; Oomdr. y. K. ft*** ales, I........ V. E. Bnxlenr 1.&. ,1. )1. HmttlUw, Lt. }'. W. WitMam from the local B>>irl in buiMmy
aide. MMI Ixxlr. I. il:. TOT. 450.


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JAX AIR NEWS 3 February 1949


Jax Air Hews j 1---Doll Paces Field

Editorial Office' I Hospital O o o D 00i.

South Wing, Lower DeckBUlg. .. .. 'In Scoring ParadeGuard

Telephone Extension-*184 I Chatter MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM "Red" Doll, whose versatility

".drn, II. rUnry, Kililof Movies<< Weekday, 1730 and 2000; wrek-rndN, 1430 and. 2000. stamps him as a stand- .
Dun laniiHl. Che rachmif THURSDAY out both on the offensive and
Staff Al rite,. I A surprise l but welcome visitorat defensive, tops the Jax-Navy
"CHALLENGE OF TIlE RANGE with Charles Starrett.
The JAX AIR NEWS In published the hospital last week was a ntlUAl""SHOCKrROOJo' basketball scorers with 178
weekly at the U. S. Natal Air Station figure whose voice heard via radio points in 13 frames.
Jacksonville Florida and printed starring Cornel Wilde.SATURDAY ,
commercially with nonappropriatedfundi I has become as familiar as any of & SUNDAY"THREE Not far behind in the scoring -

at no expense to the Kovinmentmid the top stars. It was little parade is forward Paul Petty -
tn compliance vlth SecNav CircularLetter Johnny, whose "Call for PhilipMorris" GODFATHERS featuring John Wayne. who has dumped in 151
45-1918 dated; 12 December 1945.Copies is known the MONDAY"FLAXEY
throughout 14 while
markers in games,
are distributed free of charge MARTIN, with Zachary Scott.TUKSDAY .
at the Naval Air Station, the Naval land. Johnny distributed packages AND WKDNESDAY: center Lou Christensen follows
Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Au"lIIar'l ,- : of cigarettes to patients and with 141 points in 14 contests.
"THE SUN CAME UP, statring beautiful Jeanette McDonald.
Cecil Field, and the
Air Station
stayed around to chat a bit dur- .. Here's how the individual
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U, S. Naval Hosplta) - '
ing his visit scoring record stands after the

The JAX AIR NEWS Is member of All hands are invited to the Recreation -I' first month of play
the Ships' Editorial: Association and Hall Sunday afternoon r Not New r NuggetsSale I (lames J'b. ,leaned
the Armed Forces Press Set Ice. Re- 1 Red Doll 13 178
of material from thee Feb. 6 at 1430 when the ThespianClub
production Paul Petty, t 14 J51
Sale! Sale!
sources must bear a credit line. Republication of Lee High School will pre- Lou Chl'lII'tf'n-'
I Aa the Station Cbipo'i, nirmiBfham
Prices Slashed! .
of other matter, except by
without sent a variety show Fine entertainment Road and Montln Arenn scn.c 14 141
service publication Is prohibited Treat
yourself to a bargain Fretritaat Ace Woolbrlght -
permission I of Editor JAX AIR sale--it's fun it's practical, it'smoney 0930-Sunday School.) t 14 1o-
I Kteryime'w birthday that! falls In saved! Tuesday, Febru- 1043--General \\orthlp Service, Chap Paul King r 14 W5
will lain Francis 1. Albert Ray IIItll', t 13 65
the month of
February gatherIn '
ary 8 ls the day. The Not-New Catholi John Caesar, J14 54
NEWS.CHAPLAINS' the Recreation Hall Feb. 10 fora Ship is the place Merchandisetoo 0XKV-Masi! Pat O'RClUI I.e, I 11 2.1

[ huge Birthday party. long in stock will like 1 100-Maw Ray Adkins c 6 18
i .
OJlO-Cl'cll Field Bob Inner, f 10 38
Have you seen the latest addition hot cakes. The original prices Chaplain S. A. Melrlng will officiate Adrian Back, g 3 17
I to the Hospital compound? It's were low; half-price is almost a at both mass ee. Joe Flnlp. g 10 15 .
[ I affectionately . Rill Cartoon, I 3 13
CORNER the newest thing in cars, give-away. Come early while
small children K11-
An outdoor Nursery for 'l'oml11
called "Creole Belle. It
I the racks are full I Is maintained between oauo and IfIII'Iff, r 4 12
-- ----- is said to be the only 8-cylinder Commission sales are handledon uou.( hick Nelson C' 7 10
WHY I'KOCKASTINATK:? car aboard the station that provides Tuesdays only. Donations are ,c;"oll/'e I TII r pak, K 6 9
PROCRASTINATION'hat's qualities required for the received. NAVAL
always happily
Ward A1)Protesta.t Tot I P18
that? That's sure a big word. I rugged liberties that it will be expected I a --..---,.. ---

might: not want to be a Procrastin- to pull The three mechanics I 1000-Divine Worship Chaplain F.
ator. if I knew what one is! Frenchie, Gillis and Col- NOT NEW; SHOP HOURS D. Hewitt Jr.Talent 13 NARTUContinued
Not New Shop Hours---1000
Well, a procrastinator is a "puter vin claim that this piece of ma- I
to 1400 I
Tuesday Wednesday
off-er", a devotee of "manana" chinery will overpower all the PT ( from Page 1))
a well intentioned man who intends boats and America latest planes I and Thursdays at Hobby Shop, Search I taking similar( flights.

to be faithful to churchgoing Be on the lookout for the date I Building 913. Active duty members of NAR

but never quite gets aroundto when this magnificent car will be TU who train and maintain the

doing it. I, displayed. :March OfContinued I II Conducted By I'' wattime ability of approximately
200 officers and tOO enlisted mc'non
"But I am young, and life is Occupational thI'f11It-nl'lt andlather
]long When I am older, I can give companies! are receivingstiff I ( from Page 1)) i I week-ends, also have trainingrequirements :
Radio StationThe their to
myself to the things of God." competition from fellows In 6th Naval District Transportation, I of own kt'p'I
Remember Christ cursed the OT who have create tome neat I 'I maintain their own flying ability.The .
$11 Legal Office, $3.00 Yard Department -
; ; search for talent in the recent 'trip was of such a
young fig tree because it did not looking Mi One, made by ,
bear even a few figs though as 1. M. Gihney' RMSN and James i $28.75; M-l Division, Jacksonville area to appear on the I training nature. The thirteen mem-

yet it was not full grown! (Mathew Watkins, SN, top the lot. $32.27; Public Information Office "Original Amateur Hour" over the bers who made the flight are buta
21 officers and 230
few of the
21:19): ). No vine or tree will I J. J. O'Connor, AD3 has been II and WAVES Administration, ABC radio network WednesdayFeb. enlisted continuous
men on dutyto
bear rich fruit, when blight is eat- : spending many patient hours overa $15.00; Industrial Relations, j I 16, is now underway. maintain the base for the weekend -

ing at the root. jewel box. A clever creation, Talented service and civilian
$21.92$ ; O. D.'s Office and other reservists who have a rigid
Tim runs out! Every man is the outside of the box is wood personnel at the Naval Air Station 100 hours
X-l activities, J20.CT7; Physical a year training syllabusto
ware, with the passing of another while the Inside trays and compartments I have been extended an Invitationto complete.
year that part of his mortal are made of pale blue Training and Welfare $36.00; participate In preliminary auditions -
!Miami First
existence has been clipped from plastic. I NARTU. J73.54. with the winners chosen' to i Stop
O. & It. heads List Departing from NAS-Jax following -
the sum total of his slotted time. 1 I represent this area on the coast- :
Why procrastinate Time notspent Communications, $64.30; Supply to-coast the completion of drills of

for God is time lost. Department $357.01; Public program. the "Weekend Warriors" last
Jacksonville will be saluted as
COME TO CHAPEL ON SUN- ::1 CPO Notes I II Works, $356.88; Administrative Honor City of America on "orlg-I Sunday afternoon the local pilots
Department, $23.00; Senior B.O.Q., stopped first at Miami. An early
inal Amateur Hour" over
$7.65; Mainside Auditorium, $113.- 'I morning takeoff sent them en
network Feb. 16, and on the Du-
their to San
DAYS.RECREATION 79; Ships' Service bottle, $22.38; I way directly Juan
I A golf tournament is scheduledon Officers' Club bottle, $45.43. Mont Television network, Feb. 20. Puerto Rico. This leg of the journey -

or about Feb. 12. All CPO. Interested i Further compilation of figures The radio program is heard in theJacksonville covering 900 nautical miles,
area over WPDQ
report to Jack Harvey at reveal the following contributionsof kept the Reservists in the air for
8 to 9
Wednesdays, p.m. five and half
the golf shack with necessary fee divisions within the Overhaul one hours.

ASHORE There'll be prizes for poker I and Repair department: Assembly, WPDQ is now holding prelim- At the Puerto Rican air base the

hands, closest to the pin on certain I $93.68; Disassembly, Repair and inary auditions for one or more Jacksonville men were greeted by
'WnPN' ON MBKUTT LOOK rr THE holes drives acts to be chosen( from Jackson-
longest and other I II Salvage, $116.90; Engineering, Capt. Theodore Haff, who once
SALVA"TON ARMY I prizes. I $15.95; Equippage, $252.40; Flight ville to appear on the show. Appli- served here on the 7th Naval Dis-

SERVICE MEN'S CLUB The committee for the tournament test, $43.60; Industrial engineering cants can write the station givingname trict staff Captain Haff provided

M2 WEST; ADAMS ST. will be glad to give\ details. s $9.25; Inspection, $106.75; address' and type of talent. what turned out to be the highlightof

Phone 42104Jacksonville I Contact R. Anderson, ADC, Operations I Personnel and Administration, There is no age limit, so long as the entire trip a flight to the

Fla ; R. Ehman HMC, Dispensary $34.70; Planning, $116.61; Plant, the entertainer is nonprofessional Virgin Islands. Once at St. Thomas -

Till"KSDAY, l'tRHI'ARl": Srd ; J. Cline, CMC, Commissary I $124.30; Power plant, $197.54; Winners will get an expense- in the Islands, the locals went

tools.Handicraft Class Two new V'lbra or J. Moone, ADC, Air Group. Process, $467.70; Production Con- free trip to New York as wellas the way of all Americans, by mak-

Reroid klr1l'4'nll your voice Here Is some of the entertainment trol, $152,31, and Production Office the opportunity to appear on ing the unusual run of local merchandise

home I features of the Valentine $8.50.In the network program. for "take-home" souve

*arly.IKKt. distributors will present a musical amounts, the Marines have dis- one or more of the employees be ing referred to as "Operationas
--Horufhmk. riding and the G. I. quiz every 30 minutes. Answer cor- I patched $50.79 directly to Marine selected, he would be permittedto Chanel No. 5."

Jlayburners. rectly and win a miniature. Can't c and the FleetAir mention the unit or branch on the
SAYI'RIIAI'UtRI'Anl" 5th Corps Headquarters Following stay at St. Thomas -
lose It called on. Prizes can be the air. Special auditions will be
O|>rn House. groups have made their con- the NARTU men headed toward
l.V Humhursrr fry-Games-Soft- built up Master of CeremoniesAlex tributions of several hundred dollars handled by an experienced memberof Cuba, taking a route via the Do-
Tail Booker will draw door prizes, |' Fleet channels. the "Amateur Hour," who will minican
I through Depublic and Haiti. On the
the JVtOKebiuHiy:Junior) Hostesses Faity-Sponsoied by so hold on to your tickets i ___ n ___ __ ______ ben' Jacksonville Feb. 3, 4, and border line between' the two c-oun-

M'NI1AY KKHHI'AKY RtH Times Photographer reporters I i ed the following representativesfrom 5. I I tries they saw Monte Tina the

]f.1.1:1OO-PIIncake, ) : Breakfast, will do a feature on the party for each department; Stack, In- highest mountain east of the Rochies. -

]7j1.I7JO-\'f'Jper 411C.16110-Hometo) time.Hour. the Florida Times-Union Suggestions spection; Grant, Dispensary; Boy- A traveling man's wife may be I|I The peak which rises some

]foIlI'.1J1I) 0 Buffet Supper. I are welcome, contact the tis, VA-84 and Devine, Operations showing her lave( when she comes I I I 10,302 feet is now popularly tailed

3rw.22.WLet'i all ilng.Meet committeeChiefs Howard, Haas, Get in touch) with them on down to the station to see him off Trujillo Peak pfter the nation's

your In anti friends hrownc at through the club.Came the. new I I Hash, Anderson and Giggy, all items of interest and improvement -I' and she may be making sure he's I'I dictator

library' I! Board of Governors hag appoint-i leaving town.
Alnlt 15 HoursTwo
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7th --- -- -
}rt:\(i.21iXV-Bowline. and one half hours out of

Record making-New Reroi dings.II San Juan the shores of Cuba were '
'K:"nAt t.tIIKrAlt\ 11th .
with made
sighted the landing at
J ,'\()
-Skatlnc Party-U. S. O. night!
--Jax Roller Rink two for the price of the Naval Air Base at Guantanamo -
i>nr. Bay The crew began their
UKINKM: :: KMIKI'AHY flth flight back home the next morn-
WEEKLY PARTY-"All hands on
clerk, pretty girl In light" ing, passing: by the British Island
Door prl/e Dinner for two. > r ft7t of Nassau en route to :Miami. Dur-
New records, ))11'1Kllmel, I'elmusll d ing the trip, which covered 2,500
New hooks.
.r nautical miles, or 2,760 statute
v miles, the planes were air borne

.fax-tMavy i| a total of 15.6> hours,

Periodical flights of this type

(Continued from Page II 1 [are planned both for the "Weekend

represent ComServeLant In the Warriors" and for the active duty

All-Navy tournament to 'be held at personnel In the near future. All

Bl'>ch Arena, rear Harbor. Oahu, members of NARTU who are on

Territory of Hawaii, in March. flying basis are eligible to take
i part in flights of this nature.In .
After racking up 13 straight
the lead
wins, the locals suffered their first plane were CapU
Frederic P. Priestman, NARTU
setback of the current campaign
commanding officer, as flgiht commander
'f at the hands of a rugged Fort Bonding .
( ; Lcdr. V. E. Brodeur, pilot -
r 4SM7 )
squad In a packed
r ; Lt. J, M. Hastilow, co-pilot;
tray last Saturday that went '
two overtime periods. 4 | Lcdr. I. W. Tew, navigator; S. S.
tt Cleveland, flight mechanic; and
Players) making the Norfolk trip L | W. R Middlebrook, AL3, and K. .

are: Paul Petty, Paul King, "Ace" > $ | L. Pendergras, ADl, radiomen.

,,1 Woolbright) : "Red" Doll, Lon |I Aboard the second PV-2 Ventura -

Christensen' Adrian Back: Thorns were Comdr. F. E. Schrader,

"# Kj) rift, Ray Hale, John Caesar | W5I I pilot; Lt Col. F. y.,'. Williams,
Jf,e Finley, Bob Baer, Pat commanding officer of NARTU'
()'Rourke' and A kln Marine
Ray -- Air Detachment co-pilot
.w- I I I -GRi TEAM HONORED wan all smiles! tor men hen of the 1918 Jax-Navy football team: i I Lt. (jg) F. E. Coghlan, navigator;

"; wear this gown only to teas." 'ATAC Conference champions a; th..yHrf\ presented lettered-sweaters by commanding officer, F. Woods, AD3 flight mechanic,

, "When?" I I Capt. A. I. Malsfrom (renter) at the foolMII banquet ).e Id recently Coach Don Jal
when, whom." I seven, Iliil one and dropped one during the HUll campaign. Dennis, EM3, radiomen.I .


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3 February 1949 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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6,000 Visitors I _iiPsuPPLY

Aboard Station I Ll::. SALLIES

I z M

During Past YearRecords I 4

show that over 6,000 ... },deR(? }' lFs. v 2jt i .. \ IN THE Sl'OKTS SPOTLIGHT
{k visitors, including some 3,000 L_ frWcffi' -The first organizational meetingof

[ school children, were conductedon the Supply softball team for
tours of the Naval Air Station
1949 indicated the turnout of
by official hosts during 1918.
These figures do not Include I old-timers and newcomers that

visitors who request visitors' 'the Department can look forward
Basses in making their own day- I to another successful year on the
Jipht tours of the station.
diamond. Hank White will Undoubtedly -
School children, who constituted
the majority of visitors aboard the I i draw chief mound! duty

; station last year, were conducted I I again, with Herbert Lewis, Frank

ed on educational tours that pointed Wood, Red Stillwell, Art FraUy,
t out the station's many departments -
Wayland Royal, Irvin (RBI) Tate,
and divisions as well as theequipment
Rip Brown, Bill Coby, Jim Tur-
and methods used incarrying
i ner, Clyde Sharpe, "Stretch" Gar-
out the varied amount of
vey and Dan Spivey, in support
; I Clyde Whitaker will again be at .
Arrangements for the tours are the helm Anyone interested
' handled by the Naval Air Station I contact Coby or Whit, business

Public Information office assistediy manager and coach, respectively.In .

a group of trained official I basketball, the sailors have

hosts. The tours are part of the been holding their own in the station -

program to extend Navy facilitiesto intra-mural league, sportinga

civilian! educational and civic 4 won, 3 loss record as of Monday -
.... ,_
agencies' """ A group of Supply civilians \ -
) ON' TOUR Exemplary of the many tours conducted by official hosts! of headed by J. T. Campbell

the Klrby-Sniilh; Junior high school] Industrial.. Art classes witnessed the Vary I Clyde Sharpe C. E. Plink, Gerald

Autoists tour of the station The students show kern Interest" on a- tour of the power i :McKinley and several others are
in l left I.t"ll| C. E:. (
master-mechanic at the power plant top by 'arl"rlool- getting started on a free-lance

, Of New Metal : "students In top right exhibit close Interest an (i. T. Sparksfirst! class car Supply team to play a few night

+ s (' ..! tin continuous belt sander Accompanied by :Mr. G. Buddy, Klrhy- games before the season ends .

1 Chief Petty Officers ,* operation of a high speed offset press, letter left, demonstrated by Mr. C. The kcglers who are now well into

I] rd men who failed to Il<' Printing Shop I). E. Martin, !sheet metal maximum demonstrates to the the last half of their six-month

! now metal Naval Air t metal shear at the Public Work medal 1 shop, lower right. bowling season, continue to hold

; tage still have today and ---- first and second place over the
down ------------ --
l' row to do HO. New tags i I neatest O & R team in the SUFOR

i placed on all cars by St. I league With the addition of) the

\ .. 3940.:!! part I I Commerl\iml\! Bulletin I slightly "loud" shirts, the loop

{ Civilians will be to the' is one of the most colorful enteredin
" / Bulletins will be accepted only I until, "spare Is tilled Call ext. 8230.:
new} tags beginning turn the city. Top ratings for the

through Friday, Feb. 11.way'V Mill sAI.K F IK KKNT; present go to Register with high-
glers will obtain theirs : 25 ft custom built Loaner nf"ISr. I'' Furnished garage: room, private entrance est average of 158: Coby with high
1418. Tags will be I of the nished and painted leeps four. Call and bath light cooking facilities. j individual game mark of 261,
I .."I. 681 V. J. Somno/ 1024: Bill-In 2723 HeiKchel St. Call 2-b524'! ,
0730 to 1630 inclusive
at )' men j St., NAS. Mrs. Dyer. Hawkins with high game fet of
Office! building No. 9. 666 and the O & R team No. 4
1 ,
fix E. ,
Pure breed Poland China pig> See Nice bed I loom furnished by the weekor
Proof of ownership and S McReary coiner Motse and James month convenient to,IsAS.' Phone pacing high game set with 861.
: damage and liability | Road. Wesconnett Kla. 2-3H08 M ra. Dorman. i PERSONALS; Lil Weathers

4 0'1'-/ ,JnUIlt..i be presented by Peter Buick 1946. super Excellent sedan condition$1405. can radio beIInam.t'd I Completely furnished 31m. apt, located I I I and hubby celebrated their 20th

'j cant .t the Yard Office breaking and heater. Phone Braham 2-8929.: month.on Phone North 2-3itbti.Lane ave.Mis. $Pike 30 per.| anniversary last week Catherine -

i, on,! ecals will be eve. 2-MU4 4757 Klnjjsbury Ate. Small furnished house for couple. Convenient I McKay has been feted by
removed from windshields devil 27 ft. 1947 custom built trailer three to NAS. Phone Orange Paik several Supply-era at showers for

,ceipt of new metal tags get a return, excellent condition. $1392. Call No.tiM.: her coming wedding The February -
Dowdl, 7-8671. or ext. 215. I' One large bdrm. completely furnished ,
stry is mandatory. : Bond drive will bring Hol-
FOld '46 Super DeLuxe. 2-dr.. privately next to bath, 4502 Post St. Phone
.. 1 lywood stars to the station, specially -
owned $1175. Heater and radio Hamilton 27210. Mrs D. W. Burnett. I
Seaman Recruit: "Do ' . lieve in clubs for Chiefs I Pontiac 1S47. four-door stieamllner Lakeshore dlstilct Phone 2- 416. 110 p.a. system, and Tuaswy

Seaman : "Why yes. if I pickled 8, radio and healer excellent Yondl- Pilvate or twin bed loom, Transportation I Department movies for lunch-time
persuade them any other I lion.ext.12,000 81P2.miles $1795. Call 82413or to and from NAS. 1204 Walnut 1'In the Midday Movie theatre .
St. Phone 5-3257-W.
-- I I Lcdr. W. L. has left
Thorpe Supply -
Kelvlnator lefrlifeiator. :3 ft. model Laige bdrm. with kitchen privilegesrisMi
I peifect condition, sacrifice\ $d(. Call NAS for couple. Ph. 2.63116. 1 to Join the stfft of CcniFair-
.-6188. Palmer. I
Weekend P.Lf Will shale house with couple $12.50per Jax.Job
Hotpoint electric range, $125. Duncan week, 2-2106 during day 8-X>il.VMII ) sheets, which arrived in
}'hy"" dining, room suite $125, both
hale aplillmt'ntIh working AWCO this week, will all be returned -
lor $225. Lt. Oil) LeBlalr. ext. 534 Heat and Janitor service $iOlJH
Notes or 343 after 1630.: ; to the Department at onetime )
l/ kf week Call 2-27b6 after 1700, 2543
1/inyTu Living room suite net of lawn furniture Oak St. Apt. 7. Fulllngton. not in sections, as was tup-

3H07-A Norman St., Dewey Middle age suiting. woman will share posed. They are due here the ]last
Puik. Ilomerwood. A. E. her six-room house with refined of this month or the first of next
I If Ladles' long fur coat slie IS, $rJO, couple, Phone 6-3221 after 1730. month Midday movies Hobby
Can be seen evenings 2262 College St. .
Call 57399. 1 or 2 bdrms (urn. with kltch. privileges I' Lobby and an all-new edition (.r
/: will accept one or two children.
NARTUAll Chrome and green leatherette b bI"ollcl' > 4225 Lakeshore BII d. Phone 267144 the kiddie Show will return the
.: slightly used, $20. A'105-B: Mrs. Johnson.Doublt' middle of February, following the
rl"ha St.. Dewey Park' D. J. HuntHa -
front room, private home 816; I conclusion of the re-provisioning:
pilots and men report splendid l Nay St. Phone 7-4112. Mr. Furlong! '
-Davidson :'W model new paint conference now going on.
'. .. .... progress: in all phases of trainIng Pilot of CVLG-52 participatedin i Four rms. furnished for N8eouplE'
.. many extras Ph. 4-61)00 or sit at --- -
of Florida'sgovernor or two business women. $60. 1223
'F" for the first half of fiscal ther inauguration 425V.. IQth St.. Che.ter. Willow Branch. Phone 2-59U8 L. 1>1.
year 1949. Pilots have completedan }'ullt'r'arrf'n at Tallahassee Doyen blue-gray stilus, khaki & white, Foster
acceptable portion of the syl- on Jan. 4. Accordingto three pairs new slacks, Iia614: Two nice room with connecting bath INSIDE
the Governor Pit I k St. Ph. 2-8852. In home, 1804 St.
Regulation, private Copeland
labus to date and it is expectedthat Navy 22 ft. house trailer, sleeps four A-1 Ph. 7-5426.
by the end of the fourth ( or a state Is entitled to a 19- condition. Call W. M. Ciouse, 8-0653. House for rent completely furnished, PUBLIC WORKSMany
quarter the schedule of operationswill gun salute when saluted by a New play pen pad used baby cart loge, 1610 Pine Grove Ave. Ph. 21356. De-
I Xa'al'I"'t>I. The last time a Florida $10. Call Row Us, 2-00113. la ney. happy years together for
with the
bo current training Baby carriage 3820-A: Dewey Paik,
: governor received the official Baxter. Dub Faglie and :Mary Rodgns
nyl' Baby sitter, Carola. IXxlson. 1013 Bar-
. 19 blasts t half the window in the 1939 Chrysler Royal!, Good condition. In St. NAS Ext. f<3.4. who were married over the weekend -
.. .._n1<) license $750. Lcdr.
capital city Here broken So, instead Baby sitter\ Mrs. Ulandon. Phone 2- Eleanor Womeldurf of housing -
of training and the method Kpperson, ext. 255.
tjp* 9785.
of the. military fireworks, who was maid of honor for
1937 Plymouth radio. spotlight\
of presentation and proud of coupe Baby sitter. M II. Louise Cundlff, J002-)
1 the J.idHon\llle! "Week-end Warriors" new battery. See at 1346-B Randolph H Deuey l'al k.Breezing. Mary says the two left for Tallahassee -
record The
their fine
safety substituted whit a plane foreach St.. NAS. and points south. Congratulations -
entire. air croup is looking\ forward I Dining room tulle 8 pcs.. bcdioom
; to them both.
to the next annual drill. \\'f'eha" I gun of the suite 4 pea Butane heater, coffee !
Lcdr. Floyd G. Barnard lead the table. Ross ext. 530 or 82212. AroundO Jennie Kopec reports from
our finder crossed In hopes massive 19-plane aeial salute Altraothe 3 bedroom bungalow n'al'NAS. Transportation that Chief Boat-
"f' \',ill lie able to take this About $1U50 down on !S85OO. >'.
The other 18 pilots volunteeredtheir I swain Woods dropped in the otherday
A. Ford Ph. 8-U931 or 9-6KiO eve.
MIThe services to pay tribute to the 1941 DeSoto custom "radio and heater, & R for a short visit. Chief Woods

picunjuttny inspection held governor as the 4th fell on a new engine. Best offer. Contact Chief was formerly V-l Division officer. -

this past week-end revealed many I Tuesday. The group left Jax at I Zimmerman 1019 Barln St. NAS. ACCESSORIES: DIVISION! . Chief J. J* Karpovitch
site 42 $-14. C.n.tad
minor discrepancies and Chief Williams 11100 Tuesday morning and flew bridge Lt. Powell coats, Sr. BOi, ex t. Sol. Wonder when winter is going to Is retiring this month after 21

i did a land office business In 'over the inauguration at 1230. Bed loom mile, double bed springs and l reach us. All this wonderful sum- years Navy service. Helen]

... ribbons Plenty of sore arms 'I After landing, they had lunch barbecue mattress $20. Splndrler washing machine : rnery weather has been like seventh Johnson's typewriter cooled offa
( as a result of booster shots given style and flew over the parade reasonable.Road. NAS.Rajnes, 1134-A Allegheny heaven No colds, no chills couple of days this week while

over last week-end. I at 1600. Those who stayedover House trailer 18 ft. Kozzy-coach '48 no goose pimples. Everyone has she helped out Mr. Dockrell in

Recent gunnery exercises ttharprned '' in the state's capital were model deeps 4, fully equipped $1. now relaxed an acquired an "Ain't Housing.
:M! 5. See Folks, BM1 1412-A Child
s. the sight of pilots. Lcdr. Invited to several balls and rE'Cf'p.lions St. NAS or Ph. ext. 509. life wonderful" attitude. So now i From :Maintenance it's reportedthat

, Dunn and I>t. (jg) ChrUtiansoi that climaxed the event. 1947 Nash Ambassador, 5-r>nsg. coupe, it'll get cold. Let's hope not! the Public Works bowling

are hating a feud over the grewter.t i Some of the members of CVLF52 radio, ulr-foam cushions, $1700. and : Anyone interested in a good buy team is still leading the City ,i

percentage of hits. They are : : that flew in the aerial paradewere Table gills', lamp ihoe, floor skates lamp.size cite 6, side arm I a small screw-turning lathe mountI Bowling league. Public Works is d

now averaging about 30 per cent. : W. J. Frankovic, R. L. hot water heater, metal ice box. Alex I on sturdy bench, complete with gaining plenty of publicity with ;

With all the field carriers I Rhodes, S. M, Thompson. H. A. L. Webb Ph. 8-2067. ; tool box of attachments contact those new white shirts with "P. .'l

landing practice going on, It I* evident 'Winterman, R. J. Ossowski, andD. 19-18 Fldew DP 11111.Solo (4'011\mos'., radio old.heater,test mile white. (Relate of the Instrument Shop, The W." across the back

that the pilots, expert to dotome S. Fisher. list pi Ire J2K51; my pi Ice $2-195. Ext. : machine which is selling for $1:>. I A. L. Stonebanks claims the i i'i
carrier work this summer. GO'f'roor'arrt'n Is a lieutenantIn I 593, l)oly. e\enlngs, 9-610U. can be seen at 1440 Miami Rd. i black bass are really biting near
Three former students at St. the Naval Jteserve and has long 38 ('he\'. coupe, body and motor excellent i I "Muscles" McGuire has his Cadillac I his home, and all that is necessary -
$325, ext. 651.: McFailand.IO .
of NARTU Jax.; for sale and the noontime is a line and a rocking chair How '
Lawrence University, Canton, N. been a Jrleml '< Pontiac! excellent condition. Call ;
Y., recently found themselves together The governor! was the guest of 2-4150. 4072 Park St., J. S. Greth. hamburger fiends are worried. about an invitation, Stoney? ,

again at NARTU. Comdr. honor at NAKTU't second anniversary 25 ft. 1946 house trailer sleeps 4. fully They're afraid someone will buy It Public Works extends sympathy ". .
that combined equipped sold to highest bidder. and take away their taxi. But to Charles Landin upon the death "
E. Schrader senior type train- was jointly k>05 Klrst Ave. Ph. 6-25(1.i Mrs.
officer of NARTU since its with the selection of 11nor\ Christen. since they can't muster up $550, of his father Also to Mr. Garth- ';r,

here, Lcdr. C. H. !ida at Jacksonville peach last Three room of furniture baby car. guess they'll stop eating out. right of Plumbing Shop in the ;..
rUige. $150.: Call ext. 526 or sec at Good luck to Lt. Eldridge] who ifl death of his son.
Donovan and Lcdr. W. Speir, all June 2(5.Lcdr.( 3715-B Rlley Road Dewey Pmk, s
met once more here at NARTU. E. FUchcr is anticipatinga Child. I checking out soon Doris ever :s.l'"rom the 1 Firebox-: G, I,.
Lcdr. Schrader was an SLU class transfer to California. Best of Soa-Klnp. 5! horsepower board motor in Ordnance and Cameras has Griffis has returned to duty at

of 1932, while Lcdra. Donovan and I luck from the Air Oroup L<'dr. 1941 ,Plymouth$50. Cull, ext.perfect 772 (Mrf condition>Ollnld.ata- chased everyone: out of the shop.: station No. 2 after being hospitalized -

Speir, both attached to CVLG-52, Roe Martin has been transferredto I nonnble price. Oilglna owner. Ph. I She was alone when we looked fr 17 days following a ton- .,

were classmates in 1927-31 the Gainesville office of the 7-tree! Mrs Norman. Jnattlt'll.1 in the hop lectntly. Mr. Morris siU ttomy C. C. Young and W. ,,

, None of the three had met since Veterans Administration Lt. One) double deck bunk with and Ted had gone; out to look for A. Swtat of station; No. 2 are

they ]left tile up state New York I (jg) C. W. Emory is the new CIC '47 Cnll Foul 674 Milan, Chief, twodentlean l> lern.' Tndio. I I rainera parts and I don't think having their discussion about their ;5

campus. officer for CVLG52. tanning;. ext. 8178.! s-hc planned to let them return bnir torero < th< '"" /r><''-('>' give up). !

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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 3 February 1949

Mittmen Collide Eight Bout Boxing Program

In Team Match ..


Twin Main Event FeaturesJaxGreen

Cove Squabble Mainside Auditorium

Victorious in their season's opener two weeks ago, Jax- Green Cove vs. NAS Jax

Navy boxers make their home debut tonight at the Main-

side Auditorium against the veteran sluggers from Green

Cove Springs in an eight-bout card that promises action DOUBLE MAIN EVENT

galore. The card gets underway at 2000.A ----
twin main event headlines the -- JOE MARTIN (NAS) 131 PAT PATTERSON (NAS) 170 '

program with a pair ot well established Cove. Beck won a close decisionover vs VS
Chuck Abalon in his last bout.
local mitmen
With the same foes they faced two Chuck Quillon, a newcomer to DICK RILEY (G. C.) 140 ANDY CASEY (G. C.) 162

.. weeks ago in the campaign) raiser, the local sportlight will make his
taken by the loials debut against Green Cove Eddie RICHARD BECK (NAS) 118 JOE LASKY (NAS) 138vs.
Gay in the welterweight class
Tought Battles IxMiiii vs. .
Joe Lasky will continue his chase
Joe Martin, NAS lightweight, after Green Cove's lightweight I WILLIE BROWN (G. C.) 118 LOU TINSLEY (G. C.) 137
and Green Cove Dick Riley meetIn '
Johnny Tinsley Laskl dropped
Pat one Patterson of the ,top top three-rounders welterweight Tinsley for the count in the third MATT THOMPSON (NAS) 131 CHUCK QUILLON (NAS) 140

round of their last fight ,
in Coach "ChIp" Chipparonis stable vs. vs.
Both Ray Hall and Hal McKinney -
will go up against Andy Casey will be seeking their initial BILLY LUNDERGAN (G. C.) 137 EDDIE GAY (G. C.) 139
Martin and Patterson had a rough
wins over Green Cove welterweights -
away time trying in the to Green put their Cove opponnet meeting George Mills and George RAY HALL (NAS) 156 HAL McKINLEY (NAS) 148vs.

several weeks ago and had to set- Cameron I ISt'vel'al VS. .
special bouts have also !
tle for decisions, If Casey and local Ri- been arranged on tonight's pro- GEORGE MILLS (G. C.) 155 GEORGE CAMERON (G. C.) 147
wins the
ley can score over gram,
battlers it would be quite a feather .
in their cap, and make them

contenders clashes for titles in the in their Jackson-respective Marines Annex II Added Special Attractions I

ville Golden Cloves two weeks ,
hence I American TitleUndefeated
Matt Thompson, a 131-pounder, I
making his local debut for NAS- winners of the first Still Riding HighJaxNavy

Jax, is slated to meet Billy Lun- round of play in the American in- VA-85 Squad I
dergan, a fast Green Cove lightweight tra-mural league basketball race,

Thompson floored Roy the NAS Marines are poised readyfor Win Streak Halted
Russell in 35 seconds of the sec- continuance of their fast pace, Reaches Top
ond canto in the Green Cove but the situation is not so calm on
Springs match, and will be after I the National loop front. By Fort Benning Doughboys"You
his second win tonight With several crucial contests yet In Loop PlayTraining

:Special" j .-1-etitnrr I unplayed in the National race, and "

Richard Beck, a sharp-shooting the standings apt to change daily, their sights on the top can't win them all, local-;s first triumph over.,Ben-, .
the Personnel and NARTU fives, the law of The
bantamweight is matched with rung of the Officers' bowling says averages. ning Tfflfa
"Wee Willie Brown of Green both unbeaten, still must meet league for the past few weeks, the law of averages finally caughtup Close All the Way ; M% .. .
-- --- -- eaih other before the National 4.A
fight is settled. VA-85 Maulers bowled their way with the Jax-Navy bas- i nip and tuck affair alUtk4'r, .'

Wheeler Leading This past week a slow starting into the forefront when they cop- keteers after 13 brilliant con- way, Fort Benning won the*. ped four in a row to gain a leading ond with seconds to in
Supply quintet leaped from sixthto secutive victories when a determined fray play ', '
Point Maker third place, shoving the Hospital .791 average. Ft. Benning Dough- I the second extra period of a bitterly
Loop O&R keglers tightened their I contested duel when,Eddy '
team down notch. _
a grasp On second place by taking boy aggregation bounded back Echols slipped through to sink a. .r.
Racking up 10 points InDu.pen- STANDINGS: three out of four encounters last from a previous night's defeatto two-pointer

fray lary-Personnel early this week intia-mural Carl Wheeler hoop- NATIONAL Jt.4lt N:sa, Jokl n.PhRSONNLL. .. week VF-83, running a close race hand the locals their first I It was Lon Christensen who

Personnel! forward, widenedthe 7 0 14 for top honors in the league not setback of the campaign, 49- threw the game into overtime periods -
NARTU 6 0 12 long ago, slipped into the gutterrecently
gap between him and Opera SUPPLY 4 3 8 and lost three out of four 47 in two overtime periods when, with 30 seconds to
tions' Jim Brady in the individual HOSPITAL 3 3 6 matches. last Saturday on the home go, he made good a. free throwto
scoring parade, with a total of DISPENSARY ;J 4 6 tie the knot at 39-39 at the end
OPERATIONS :J 4 b Operations haidwood.
of the regulation Fort Ben
98 points. 6 game
3 4
COM l-'Al R
"RE'd" Sheldon, Wheeler team- MAULERS 2 Ii 4 FASHON Six put the skids un- Coach George Boerner's cagers ning again moved ahead in the
20 VU 2 5 4 der the highly-touted Operations stretched their winning streak to first overtime period, but the locals -
mate, dropped tallies through RADIO CENTRAL! 1 2 bowling team last week when they 13 straight in toppling the visit- I once more tied the score as
the hoop 86 in mark his last outing remained to tieBrady's Four hardwood thrillers took edged the Tower boys from the ing Doughboys from Georgia, 70- 'time i an out, on Adrian Bock's

as Brady rounds of- place in the National loop chase fourth place slot. Operations, however 51, Friday, but wilted under the I toss, making it 46-46 at the end
idle the
in closing this past week Supply continuedits took two out of four and strain in the dying moments the of the first oveitime.
league play. I winning ways with a smash- now rests in fifth place following night to drop the first
Here's the ten's total tal- Neither team could net a tallyin
top ing 38-13 win over Operations VF-81 kegler Frank BreUk is I game before the largest crowdof I
the first four minutes of the
lies for
in the race high scorer:
i Personnel went wild in the second top bowler in the individual ranks the season at the NATTC g>'m.
Plrv.r Point I I second extra canto, but with 45
WHEELER, Pemonnel 98 I half of its clash with the Dis- I with a 227 pin game to his ctedit Playing on even terms In the seconds to go, Paul Petty loopeda
JIM BRADY, Opvialloru 86 pensary to take the contest 69-29 He also/ holds the upper hand ina first half, the Navy hoopsters foul to put Jax-Navy one pointin
SHELDON, Personnel 86 VU won its second game of the three game series with a total of found the range late in the final
front. Nichols
Eddy slipped
WHITfc. Hospital l TJ:
SCHOTT, NARTU 62 campaign with a 31-26 win over 590 sticks, Joe Myers, NARTU stanza of the first game with a through the Navy defense to toss
CLAI-"!'Y. Supply 59 the Maulers. In the top game of maple-knocker, leads the field in burst of scoring power Paul Petty In a beautiful lay-up shot just sec
PLONA, Opeiatlons 55 the week Com Fair edged out the high averages with at fat 186 He I notched 15 points, while Lon onds before the final gun sound
TUCKER Dlspensai 50 Hospital combo, 36-34, after two is followed by Chester Briggs, I Christensen and Red Doll gath- ed. The Doughboys held a 20-19
HFNDFRisON: VI 49 overtime periods Jr who boasts a 178 axerage ered 13 and 12 respectively in the half-time advantage.The .
station capers are expectedto

resume, their varsity schedule
I this coming Saturday when} they
< play host to the Georgia State

x a, Teachers college quintet at the
NATTC auditorium

j4iEa Tigers Grab Two

Cage Triumphs .

From Jax Rivals

Showing plenty of form and

I! scoring power the NAS-lax: Tigers
r. I grabbed their share of the local
sportlight when they posted a pair
i 10'1 wins over the Jacksonville
Commercial College quintet, 55-2a{
and 40-15 in a pair of engage
r1 ments last week

Paced by pivotman Tom White,
the local combo had little trouble

with! their opponents, and dominated
the floor play of both contests .
from the opening whistle.In .
the opening game on the college
hoopsters' home court the
Navy quintet took an early lead
to finish far out in front. Tiger

forward, Johnny Woodward played
a scintillating! floor game for
the local five accounting for
tallies. Hank Augustus, a newcion I.

w r- 1'Its st, ? 'r to the quintet's roster boosted '
d y the score with his 9 counters and
: : White took top scoring honors
2J .
'. with poinUOn
ARMY-NAVY CLASH-Some of the best basketball of the season WM en here over the past week-end: with the ;;-NVyg.;.. the NATTC floor last Saturday

putting In a two-game borne atand with the Fort Banning Vourhfeojrt. Paul King (7)) *f NAS UU Mm ieolt, left, a* 1M tries to evade night the local squad hit the
Nixon (8) of Fort Kenning In their tlMh he.... Sottof ((15)) II 4 t** vt IU>c I>ouh. arches" MM Uwar4 UM b.oft right. !better <((14)< of Bo- bucket from every oorner of the
aiDe, and Caesar (on floor) aod King of XS, battle fr ,..--..* o< file baa hi .....r ....... 16 c wo. ... *rt tttt W-M, wWW. Feet owt with WhiU again sparking

H"fml". tnnl tI... second 49-47, UM N.,. team with 19 markers.I .

b.qtr... '