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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 1949
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Naval Air Station will join the) rest of the nation in

the Annual Red Cross Fund drive during the month of March,
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which has been .recognized as Ked Cross month. The local I

drive commences March: 1, with Chaplain Francis Lee Albeit

... I station Chaplain, designated as chairman
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J I Sub-chairmen and workers Mill
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'I be appointed In all various activities
, "'a" ,..1J I O&R Department
i z ; I aboard the station for the
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: campaign, which has received the-
: I endorsement: of President Truman Studies
,,', w, and Secretary of Navy John L. FindingsOf
Sullivan.
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The National quota of the American Coastal TourSixteen
i it":: s Red Cross has been set at
CASH FOR IDEAS-Among; the 81) Nand Air Station employees to re<,elve auartlN for beneficial $60,000,000 foe; the 1949 drive. representatives from the
: KUffgeNtlon lust Meek these four station enipioyeea| Mere awarded their I .)0 J. Brush, NAS executive officer, In a brief ceremony Commander Brush rongratulitteNllliam I Cross for the 1949-50 fiscal year department including five
I). Kutesho received the war awards along with, left to right, Jame K. Sheppard, Otis L. Owens, are expected to require the greatest officers and eleven civilian employees
.. and Samuel L. Helms. amount of funds, including returned last week from
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Station Unit Money For Ideas -- ed Overhaul and Repair departments -
at the Naval Air Stations at
Employees Reap Alameda and San Diego Calif.
Thirty-Nine 2 Navy Juniors
Singled Out Headed by Lcdi G. V. Gullaksen -
i : the local touring: members
; Enroll In Ranks
Awards For Beneficial Ideas studies methods and techniques at

For Fine Skill i the West Coast facilities and are
: Beneficial Suggestion award checks amounting to $1,6< :) I Of NARTU Jax now busy compiling reports of

A Word was received last week ; were presented to 39 Naval Air Station employees last week Following in the footsteps of findings

.. that the local Overhaul and Repair for their contribution in improving working conditions, }lro- : their fathers, two local captains the The first trip of to five the scheduled Pacific coast by the is
department has been singledout
viding short cuts and saving thousand of dollars in material sons have recently joined theforces Overhaul and Repair departmentfor
as the only! Overhaul and Repair I I -
Naval Air Reserve
of the
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department m the Navy to : and laboi the calendar year 1919. Remaining -
Four the suggestion winners, ---- Training Unit here. I' : on the schedule are trips
all overhaul and modification I of
complete
Executive officer, in a brief ceremony The two recent Navy junior en-
schedules during the st'condquartt'r ,00, :I I to Pensacola, Fla, in April; Norfolk -
amounted to $575
<: whose total
of
build-
in the Administration rollees David Gingrich son
i I' [ are
: Va., in May Quonset Point
I the fiscal 19t9 I :
of year their awards by
were presented last. H. F Gingrich, ComrairJax
ing : Tuesday.Presented Capt. R I., in July and Corpus Christ
I
(Continued on Page! 2)) Comdr. Frederic J. Brush. NAS---I I checks by Commander I staff supply officer and Tommy Tex.. in Octobei

--- --- Brush were \\. D. Estes, J. R. Pries>tman, son of the NARTU I All) office' groups and mot production -
I, Sheppard and S. L Helms from II commanding officer, Capt. Frederic divisions were representedin
Mock) A-Bomb Attack Overhaul and Repair department I W Priestman the group touting the West
and Otis L Owens of Supply de- Young Priestman, presently at- coast Officers in addition! to Ltdr
partment. Highest individual tending Lake Forest college in Gullaksen who made the trip, miiiitiniieci -
award went to W D. Estes who Lake Forest Illinois his fathers I ((' on Page/ 2)
Marks Navy Exercises collected $275,00 for his suggestionto alma mater joined NARTU last -
provide a drain hole in landing summer and served as station Civilian Bascballcrs
gear axle assemblies on F4U and I keeper Tom is a freshman, having
The Navy this week began the largest peace-time maneuvers 'I FG type aircraft. I graduated from Bolles School in Lay Season's Plans'An

in its history with an estimated 120 ships and 35,000 I Winners!! lamed I Jacksonville last June. He joined organizational meeting:, at
and contingent I 211 winners, with the exceptionof NARTU on his 17th birthday and which all aspirants for the 1919
from the Navy Army Marine Corps a
men I Owens of Supply are from the : will return for duty this summer NAS civilian baseball team are invited -
from the Canadian Army participating in the exercises in the Overhaul and Repair department David Gingrich, who is now a is slated for hot Friday
Caribbean. I' Owens was awarded $50.00 for a 'Weekend Warrior" of FASRON in room six at building 197
suggestion which made way for 58, enrolled at NARTU recently A Preliminary plans will b* discussed -
Featuring the large-scale exercises the salvaging of usable carbon junior at Lee High school in Jacksonville for the coming season with
will be a mock attack with Grand ResponseTo paper in the tabulating room of David serves as staff all candidates requested to obtain
atom bomb and guided missiles on Accounting. photographer on the Lee High permission from immediate supervisors
a task force In the Caribbean. The ; Polio Drive I Division officers In Overhaul yearbook He hopes to strike for before attending the meet
simulated attacks will help pre. 'and Repair presented checks to photographer rate while at NAR Ing. The locals will enter a teamin
pare America's ,sea fighters for (Continued on Pact'S) TU the Jacksonville City league.
atomic age warfare
Nets Gratitude
Directing the maneuvers is Ad

.,:.a miral W. H. P. Blandy, command Gratitude and appreciation for
er-in-chief of the Atlantic Fleet, I
who was commander of the 1916 : the wholehearted response of all
Bikini tests of the atom bomb I Naval Air Station service and civilian

against a guinea pig fleet personnel to the recent Marchof
It has been revealed that the Dimes campaign conductedhere
simulated atom bomb will be car has been expressed by Capt
ried and dropped by a Navy P2V I..A. I. Malstrom, NAS commanding _,
Neptune long-range bomber, which ofticer

holds the distance recoid The use I In his note of appreciation, in
of the P2V Neptune will be theNavy's which he expressed. gratificationfor 15 ;t "t '\
first support of the contention the generous contributions,
that Navy planes, too, can Captain Malstrorn pointed out that
fly atom bombs to a target. Pre unanimousthat
the response was so
the Air Forces B-29's have
viously Indi-
it is difficult to select
beef used in the three tests in
viduals or units for special commendations -
f which an actual atom bomb was .
dropped,-two in Japan and one
Also cited were those who worked .ra
In the Bikini test
LatehteapoiiM! so energetically and effectively c9 J f'a + >,. .
substantial collections .
According to tlu reports, the in making the 4 4 tfr'
bomb used In the Navy maneuvers which were 50 per cent over
will be the flare-type. A second I last year's receipts. pa
simulated atorfl bomb will be used A bunk draft in the amount of I

....a in the amphibious assault landing $?,.T 33I\ collected here has been 'e .
". phase of the fleet exetcises The I I forwarded to Itear Adm. R W. ,
second bomb will be assumed to I Hayler USN commandant SixthI _
be underwater buist I Naval District, In turn to be turned -
A simulated missile attack will : over to the: Headquarters of
also be launched against the tack the National Foundation for Infantile -

force by P2V's, with the latest Paralysis Fifty per cent .
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... prototype to be used. The Navy of the amount will be returned for the toDuval UKI': rA1lH-.lt: I,litK: :MN-Joining the force <>f N.\K1'U JackHonvllIrt recently, Tommy Priest-" t
also plans to use Its latest weapons County and authorities of polio cases I man and Davl.l' Ciii rkh' both "cons" of Captain ,fttationej! at the Naval Air Station, %t>t th* lowdown .'
action prevention care
undersea bringing
in from Chief C. 1\(, Cinlerhiiry on hour the rmk<"t rail operate on one of UM fighter craft I
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Pope Two JAX AIR NEWS 24 February 1949


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Jax Editorial Air Offices News O o D io 00 r NOT NEW NUGGETS Civitans View


South Wing, Lout) IHtkUldg. Summer weather means cot- Base Facilities '

830/ ton dresses and play clothes, for
MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM mother and children. The Not
tXh'lIhltl8IS4
Telephone Andrew II. 1'Unrj', Iditor' AMUSEMENT' CALENDAR Tag AIR NEWS New Shop has just received a During Tour .
Dan Unmtl. (hrt I..hanc- 1\10\11'101: \\ tUil.i)'_1730 'and 2000; \H'f'k.nd.-14O! and 2000. fair supply for early bargain "

!Staff M filer 1'11ERtUAT"BIq : hunters prices are low! The

The JAX AIR NEWS ti published SOMBRERO", starring Gene Autry and Champion. quality is good} Come early for Naval Air Station's functions
weekly ut the V. S NAMI! Air Station IKIDAV the best selections! and facilities were shown to some!

<< ,'l'mnwlclully laikMjnvllle I with, }Florida non-appropriated and printed "SLIGHTLY FRENCH", featuring Dorothy Lamour. "Commissioned sales" handled 150 CiUtan Club members of Jacksonville *

fund "l t no expense to the gut"Ianrent SATl'KDAV U :SI'MIAV: on Tuesday; Donations are always following a luncheon meeting -
ond In compliance with SecNav Circular "THE BRIBE", with Robert Taylor and A\a Ga 'tlntr. happily received. : at the Of fleets' Club here last
I< 'ttei 45-1918:; dated 12 December 1S45lA'pli ..
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.* are distributed free of charge I I Olfic-c.-wiv ;Club'To Friday. '
lit the Naval Air Station the Naval I SJWe of the Navy are proud c If
All Het-eive Training Lnlt Natal Aux- Meet Wednesday Breezing Around our branch of the service and eagerto
Not
llJuiy Air Station, Cecil: Field and the Xew Shop Mourn show it to our stockholders, the
!Natal iluspitul. Of fleet s' Rives Club will hold ,,-
V S.
I O & R 1000-1400 Tuesday and Thursday American public," Rear Adm. Calvin
its regular monthly luncheon
at Hobby Shop, building
I T. Durgin Fleet Air Jak con-
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a .nembisr of meeting, Wednesday, March 2 at A'CESSOltIIun'ISION'; 913.
I vine commander, declared in welcoming l-
the Ships Editorial Association and the Officers Club at 1300. Folks in Electric Shop all miss

the Aimed t Koices of mateiiiil Pi::em ci\lte Ii:otn these ReJ'loduitlon I Feature of the next meeting will Louise Hirschmann since she -.---- wives. the Civitans and their

sources must hem a cwdlt" line. Repub. be a showing of movies! depicting transferred from Magnetos over
Malstiom NAS
lication of other matter, except by I points of interest in Florida, by to Hangar 123. More news couldbe Capt. commanding
SUPPLY officer, in his address to the
lIot'nlce publications U prohibited with. :
Harold Colee Reservations be
can gotten from Electric but "
Shop,
out peimlsklon ul Editor: JAX AIR club members pointed out the ma-
it
made by calling extension 8154. no one wants to talk.
NEWS "
I terial aspects of the Naval Air
1'roin Ordnance JShoi.-\\ have v- SALLIES Station. Comdr. R. H. Burns, commander -

In ICav Farrar, a really publicmliuied of Air Group 8, and other
H
cmmerciul Bulletin clt He and his letter .I
I Ii ren. staff and operating officers were .
to "The I'tiblic )'ul"t', have been also Introduced."

Bulietin' will be accepted only until space. IA Ailed._ Call. _. ext. 8230._ the topic tif conversation around The visitors were conducted on a .
volt SA1.E; -- -- IIKI.F: --- --- the shop for da.>'M. After all \\KKK'S; VAMi The Beneficial tour of the station which includedlife

JSHti, Indian Chief motou">ile with/ Id. Baby Ittt'l filenced.' Cull Mi it. these years Louis, Itojal Is aboutto Suggestion is saving demonstrations, in the
tile tutKAoMhlngton. 1424 Main St. I Ul noon 2-97K5.!) become grandfather. A pair of program very pools'!, visits! to chapels, recreation
Ph 4-4116 Wanted 2 rides, 0745! to 16M. From hU canaries are expecting.' \ much in operation and effect, as building, shops and
operating
baby cmiiuiie and tailor tot Ktioller South Side orln>'uheie along Atlantic I
There three trainees In
are new Otis will
Owens happily testify.!
Smith: 14J4-A Chlldii !'t.. 1SASJH.W Bhd C-4II1 ext. 672. areas .
;
oid 4 di. nedan "100. TonibleiW73 Baby sitter-a\nlluble. Call Carole Dot. Optics. They are diariesVhlte, For his suggestion, 'which he I I I ,
: a Met' 16.30 ton. 1015 barln St., NAS, rxt. 834& irorgt llmmerlaln and (lector into and
.houghtfully put writing
size : Vthhl Dryer, like new I
Apt Essay Welcome lo the .hop.
$40 Bakei Ext. 242. I forwarded to the proper parties, he Red Cross
Champion outboard motor 79 hp II We hope to see John Nunnery received a check for $50 last week. '
Flint I1UO Jets It, Hubbaid, 1122 I back soon. He was recently hos- Otis Is lying awake nights now, (Continued from 1'age 1) \*
D.M.I St after 17ttJ.baby Hospital pitalized but is getting along much services to the Arm d Forces' and ,..
trying to think up other $50 ideas
Two
fit
tender almost new
better. Hugo Fluklger brought the Veteians' Program, the new
small end table $3. Manx. 124>4
Pearl Cone and
Holly l wood Ph 2-8858.:! I a beautiful little musical alarm family are j Blood program, and the Disaster
Klectrlc range, electric refrigerator, I dock on his return from his native among the new home-owners now, Relief program.
direr fox muff Porter Ext 4.19: ChatterThe t Switzerland." Guess he'll end having moved Into their own abodeon Al ln
I < 3 rrograntN
5 bedroom bungalow near NAS. $li 50 Davidson street in Southsidethis
down/ $65 per month. Ph. .JMJ1! : vi up as a big promoter, If this keepsup Services to the Armed Forces
month A
ft-b'0 "Jolly Roger," after passing I If you see George Tiepel coupe of Sundaysback andhe Veterans' program willtt'qull'e
Frank and Lucelle Wood ;
good condition ,
Collapsible baby csrrlage.
around if in daze he's
walking as a 46
S8M, Gage!. 33U8.B lilbb UeweyPark / through several ownerships has finally took their little one to be christened approximately per cent
probably thinking of the fun he'llhave of the total budget. The Blood
been finished mounted a Rosalyn Francene. Lucelle !
on
'41 Vat!>ibond all-nteel trailer, 23 ft.. using that new camera his program supplies blood and blood
sleeps 4. Reasonable. Ellwuod SMO4 plaster-of-paris cast. With the fin- wife gave him last week. brought the baby out to Supply | derivatives without charge to all
Adams Ave I last week" agreed both
everybody
Ising touches put on the ship by
Have noticed llutler's civilian arid
6 loom house. one mile from !NAS you eyes were looking swell. Mama Woods military hospitals
Call owner after 1!OU. 2.7461. R. W. Thomas, It's now on display lately ? We'll hate lo put dark throughout: the country. The Disaster
1M9 Custom Club Coupe Fold 4,OuO in full rig. expects to return to Supply be-
: glasses. on him ,....on. feeeitiM he Relief program has aided
mile, will/ sell at list pi'lee. I-atken, fore very much longer, maybe.
1431.8 ChlldlIt... Ext 491. Mr. Perrone, Veterans Adminis- sprained hU eyes recently when countless thousands'! with the Red
IK:* PI mouth, new engine, excellent tration patient, will be welcomed I about sU; bliiiideti parsed by all at In the military field of Supply Cross expending $226,626,38 on

condition New' paint job OffenbeiKKxl I home with open eyes by his daughter the .same tll/1('. Careful now, or there weie three transfers last I emergency" and rehabilitation H-

Simmons:.!!\6.sofa l>t'd11th/ slip coveic, S2U Patsy, when she casts her II time se('tiun nuty hate to put week : Chief Herbert Bullman I life to families affected by hurricanes .
the plastic doll cradle he blinders checked out for San Diego, for I and floods in South FlorIda ) '
Kaikei 145J1-B Child St, !NAS. Ext. eyes on on j'ou.I J!: < .
491 created for her. The cradle actually I I Due to a typographical error further transfer; Chief Al Stoef- alone during' September and '" k M
IMt cum Chev 5700 miles 6 months rocks and is big enough to hold II&.tt't'k, Mr. Calliuun was written fler is headed tor the staff of j October of 1948. .' '
old SJI50. Uiodeui, Ext. fl or ,
:a-13.13 her doll 'I t UN Mrs. Our apologies, we ComFairWing One, for duty at All personnel both military and

1W Nash 4 dr. Ambassador, M>'eis, I I Woosnam, SN, really knows I didn't mean It at all! Guam; and Dick Register heads civilian, will take their contribu- ,. :r
1423 hensseleur St. for Fiisco. for Guam to for I -
Japan
I J tions through their respective de- f ,
how to of 1partments.
4" In excellent change a plain "strip' cop I .
ted Chrysler conv. I further "
assignment by "< .. .
condition PlaIt I keat ten en. $17511 per into an attractive pin and earrings command-j 'tt:
tldmbnh" Ext: 701 01 8.U3.fHdioom :I set Thirty-Nine er of the Asiatic Forces :' ,, 1I
and living loom tulte C'an I ply Bowling league will miss Dick, I
talk I* ,seen PeliUklsu at 3.-KU-B GIbbs .St. Dewey 'I -- I (Continued from Page 1)) who at present still holds theleague's : Mock ABombi

House Fialler, 18 ft. Ku/>'-Kuat.h I the remaining 35 award winners top aveiage. i

48 model!. sleeps' 4. fully equipped 'mmmmmm' Included among the winners, with Billie von Hofen and family acquired ( from Page 1)
I1JI: See folks 1412-A Child SI t amounts awarded, were: R. W. a new 1949 Ford last week. I into the simulated attack the use
NAS Ph ext 509
47 Ambukkadoi 01 5 pass {'J>l'. Radio andHtate Vogtl. $5000: E. E Tracy, $2500: The second edition of an all- I'i of the "guppy-snorkel" type it'submarine. .
13,MX) ml.'t'I'. > clean, J1VX: Al the SUtloa Chap.'., nlrmlngbtm.. R J Mitchell, $60.00; J. I. :Mc- new Kiddie Show will be held ,
Bead and MuntlD Rte.
Folks 1412-A Child St., NAS 01 Ph Protestaat Caslm. $30.00; D. E. Kemp $25.00; sometime the first two weeks in I I I Running to March 11*, the Car-

Jill ext 1'1 shoe 50U skates, white Chicago Flyers A. A Peters, $10.00; R. E. Hen- March. That gives you people I I''ibbean exercises will also include '

nice 6. $1 folks, 1412-A ('hlldsSt 0930--1W5Genei-Sunday ul School\\oii-hlp Service: Chap I derson, $2500, E. A. Lee, $25.00; plenty of time to send off for an amphibious attack-landing ,' Ian
NAS 01 Ph ext: 504 I Itt lain FiancU L. A I twit- W. P. Johnson, $100.00; A. F. those baby pictures of yours I island off 1'ueito Rico. Jnclud. \.'

Intel Chrysler lot 1246 Windsor miles sedan J1H50! custom 1248 I I' Calbelle I Fiagale, $1000; S. Domora. two When you get them, bring themto ed" among the big ships taking part {

LHiwns St leai apt Mi \\,11"11. OJJO-11 100 MUM Maxf I $10,00 awards: J. W. Nolting, your reporter making sure no in the operation will be the (cairier

35) Che\ 2-door Call Blown, T770.: I OTUO-C'ecll- Field $2500; M. W. Hutsell, Jr., $10.00; one else sees them first, and they'llbe Franklin D. Roosevelt one of the ,.

spate Kill HM.l'Will .. Chaplain S A. Melting will officiate J. Dec' 40.00; J R Diehl $25,00 returned to you after the show Navy's largest earners, and the .
apt with working 1111'1.Hl"lIt
and janitor scribe JT at both masses. and $4500; H. R. Wright Jr., unharmed Local television 45.000ton battleshop Missouri.!

Call 2-27M: after 1700. :254J S. $4000; E. G. Wolff $1500; W. H. arrived In Miami last Monday Other warships will sail from Norfolk -

Apt 7, Fullertun \IIt't'k'l Chance Jr., $6500; J. R. Wet- and is scheduled for Jackson- Va., and Quonset Point R. I., ,

Furnished lilvllexes room also and tsttiu bath/f,with Thompwin, chen An if outdoor maintained Nursery between for small 0900 chI,anti! I s, mOlt, $10.00; D. W. McGothlin ville about June of 19.r>0. The, while a submarine force will 'put '

1485 Au.ndale Ph 25317.: im:: $15.00. FM radio waves you've been hear- out of New London Conn. : ,d:
lUflcieniles:; and large ..pl. Leonard, Many IdraM Already I ing about is the voice 'of television t
218 East: 21st St.. Ph. 5-'ir!) ()i2. I NAVAL lIupj'T L CIIAfMaid I '
H. E. Whitehead, $12.50; D. the system- over which television
3 loom upt $45 also 5 loom apt $75 (\\ A-l) '
t.eoitt; :23b3: : M>ra St 1'r.lesta.t1(100Divine I Hedge, $12.50; Genevieve L. M'I' will be heard This past /TART YOUR
Two, loom fumlt>hed apt. pi Kate t'n'l ( vl'Khljl. Chaplain F. Bride $1500; D. E. Morrow, week-end" Tom Forrest" purchaseda
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Lance Clean and st'ml'J1lh/llt' both, D. Hewitt, Jr. new home I In COfcD Uff//
Avondale
Grates 46.13: Wheeler A\e Ph. 2- I I $37.50; 1 D. Lindamood, $37.50; on Bel-
4275 j ,iF. L. Bembaugh, $80.00Y.; R. vedere, which he will oc'upyIoml'! WITH PAYROLL $AYlllUJ'iiv

Thiw dioom house convenient to I I Vogel $2500; W. P. Johnson: time in March.A .

-NAS Smith 2-7254 O&R $32.50; A C. :McCoy, $25.00; G. I. t
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j t|, Kelly $25.00; F. O. Carr $2500, sign in a. Providence restau-
Station Unit I (CuntiniK-d from I'uge 1)) I and A L. Livingston, $15.00. rant:
elude:! Lt. K. G. Freeman:! of
The local Beneficial Suggestion If you insist on putting jour
(Continued from Page 1)) tin group; Lt. C. A Briggs Illspec-I!, committee, which has extended : ashes in your cup, tell the waitress! I

which includes October, Novem- gi neeringgroup, ; Lt. Clair and Lt. D. Koch
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Let and December of 1918. I' : 1'1'0-1 the station's program, points out the ash tray.

Commenting on this achievement I I duction group that through this medium, employees -

Comdr A. A BrIggs, acting 1 I Civilians in the local group !['II have an oppoitpnlty to recommend Old Navy \\'itt'h'n! you married -

O\erhaul and Repair officer gave included, Russel M. Proctor Jr., to management ways and me you aald I had a shape

(it(ttt to the fine spirit of (co-op-I I and William S Bast-more of Industrial j I means of impioving working conditions like a beautiful ship!"

nation and the "can-do" attitude Management; Emil A'I eliminating health and Husband: "Yeah, but
your
cargo<
of the civilian! and enlisted Hieb and H. G. Lewis, Planning ;!II safety hazards'!, stepping up production has shifted!"

personnel within the department. I I Division; Milo Jones, Jr., of Administrative I and increasing economy. -- -. --- --- -..
During the same period. 25 KftDs: and Personnel office ; I The committee reports that 170 All employees are urged to participate -

were modified for the Berlin airlift Louis B. St. Fetrey, Engineeringgroup suggestions have already been submitted in the program, affording

in record time and at low cost. ; and Daniel R. Whiddon I by station employees this themselves an opportunity for

Commander Briggs further ernpha- James W. Hall, Jerome F. Porwoll, )'par. Every step has been takento extra dollars as well as contributing .4 1 1i

sized that the objective of the C. H. Cribbs and William L. Cat- I make possible processing of suggestions towards the betterment of

Naval Air Expansion program tan rette of Production group. in a minimum of time. the Naval Air Station.

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b* achieved only to the extent' -- '- '- -- '

that Overhaul and Repair departments i STALEMATE Bottleship Maneuver 1

throughout the country produce jjv Ed Hughes_. -L-11I -

the required aiic-rnft on
Mht-dule -I- 1t't''

The Overhaul and Repair department el L t N ..
here maintains its imputation t

(>f performing! its part, with /

-very member in the departmentto I Al k '
: be congratulated for this ,

achievement Comdr. Briggs concluded I

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; The Chief carefully plac d a I
('}.i..1 against the tuMt-d bolt, He'

:-t !ICtok.tl at the Mesh student and ,

said! "When I nod my head, hit i i


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r Performances RewardedJaxNavy Local Cagers Fall Before


Gridders Selected


I All-East-Coast! Grid SquadFour Florida Southern 706aJaxNavy


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members of the NAS Jax 1918 grid eleven were selected '

) for berths on the mythical All-East Coast Navy teamin Court Close Out Hard

in. a poll taken by Navy sportswriters last month Slate ReminderFriday Campaign

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At 'LeJeune Next
night, Feb. 25, Boca ThursdayAvenging
t Chiro Air Bane vs Jax Navy,

.y i at 2000, NATTC Aud.

j I Saturday, Feb. 26, NAS Key I a }previous lacing Florida Southern College

'West.s.. Jax Navy, at 2000' hoopsters combined a fast break with accurate passing to I

r. I NATTC Monday Aud., Feb. 28, Camp Le- I. down the Jax-Navy cagers, 70-G5, Tuesday on the InTtt
I 4 Jeune Marines vs. Jax Navy, court. The loss was the locals' seventh in 16 outings.The

2000 NATO Aud. collegians slatted fast, pick- --

i TuesdayMar.. 1, Jax Navy ing up an early 21-8 lead. and keptin
,M- front throughout the entire
vs. Green Cove Springs at
I Green Cove fray. Gene Robbing was the" main-

i Thursday, Mar. 3, Jax Navy stay in the Southern offensive.
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tallying 15 points, while John
vs. Camp LeJeune" Marines, at
Malonn>.kie" InkUar".dall"" olden Camp LeJeune, S C. Caesar paced the locals with 2t

Receiving the highest award any markers. SALTY HUMOR FROM
mention for his grid performanceunder I j
pigskinner can claim for a.n'f Coach Boerner's lads conclude
EV performance, Joe Sinko the. NAS banner. Holden's JBMGA Tourney their slate next Thursday at Camp HERE AND THERE"Do

ill Malonoskie, a pair of stalwarts most outstanding contribution to LeJeune, S. C. Friday the locals

in the squad's forward wall the team's winning the NATAC At Station Links I'entertain Boca Chica Air Base drink ?"

gained unanimous first team guard crown,"was his scintillating defen- I here, meet Kl"Y"est here Satur- !you"
"NO
berths from a field of five line talent save play in the 7-7 Pensacola-Jax Jacksonville Business' Men's Golf day and play host to Camp Le- "Then hold this bottle while I tit
Sinko was a returnee from Navy flay Association will hold its regular I I Jeune Monday. Tuesday they travel shoe."
the '47 NAS team and was outstanding First and second team All-Bast bi-monthly tournament orT the station i to Green Cove Springs and my

throughout the past Coast selections. are: links today with the first teeoff I close out the campaign against
I An artist was painting in the
First Team
initial in colors slated for Camp LeJ'unenext Thursday.
season. In his season noon. A farmer
Malonoskie was handicappedbecause Dick Wronek, Parris Island..LEDixon Today's event marks the fourth Baby Ga".n Win I country. came and
watched him. "Ah, said the artist
Little Crf't'k..LT
of his small stature, but Darby round of the eight round derby. I Trailing at half-time. 16-15 the
too lover
i Jax NAS..LG I"perhaps you, are a ofnature.
made in cunningness and fortitude Joe Sinko. Prizes will be presented winnersof of Florida freshmen
up Bill Jesse Quantico ......................C the first and second low : University 'i Have you seen the golden
what he tacked in size. 1 gross quintet rallied to set the Jax-Navy fingers of dawn spreading acionB
Twu Other Named Bill Malonoskie, Jax NAS..RG and I Ijtvv net and in other events. cagers back on their' heels, 39-36,
the eastern sky, the red stained
Point RT
Dave Barksdale, center on the" John Kreamchek, Cherry J : to a previous defeat banded (
1 Ray Pfeifer, Quantico ...............RE avenge sulphurous islets floating in A lake
station eleven last missed be- them the locals earlier in
year Rudy Flores, Quantico ................QB by of fire in the west, the rugged
I ing selected for a first team" post Sports Quiz the season. I clouds
at midnight blotting out theshuddering
.... .LHFred
\: by a slim margin, giving way to |'Chuck Hipps, Camp Lejune I It Strictly a floor battle in the moon?" '
!I Kovalchuck, Pensacola ....RH Jack Dempsey was best !
the All-Navy Champion QuantictMarines' first canto, the locals took an early .
I Joe Bartos Quantico ................FBSecond known by the title, 'The' Manassa I "No, said the farmer m tUr
pivotman, Bill Jesse Earlier lead, but were hard pressed! of-factly, "not lately I've teen
this month Barksdale was I : Team Mauler." How did he acquire this I throughout. Franklin Harry paced on the water for o\ t.r a
wagon
awarded the sportsmanship trophy Ken Coston, Pensacola ............LE nickname ? the winners with 10 points, while now."

for the second consecutive year by Bob.Keller, Parris Island ............LT 2. In baseball, the letters' SB Ray Hale" of the Navy registered I year

the Naval Air Training Athletic Bob Ferguson, Norfolk ...........LG mean Stolen Bases. What does SH An English farmer was out in

t Conference He was also a member Dave Barksdale." Jax NAS ............C stand for? I 13.The story was the, other way his field one day, sprinkling put pie

of the 1847 NATAC All-Star team '' Irving Renner, Corpus Christ.RG! 3. Several managers in baseball around last Wednesday evening dust over the ground, when a
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which dropped a thriller to the Al Batorskl Quantico have won pennants with different with Coach Boerner's charges com stranger passed by.
Quantico Marines' at the Gator i I George Buff, Washington .......RG clubs. Can name a I. ing from behind to down theFlorida
Bowl. I Joe Ptak, Camp Le Jeune ........QB you managerwho I II Southern College performers I "Why are you sprinkling that
has in both "
won
.. ...........LH pennants purple dust over the ground, t*
,Ho l1"ldf'n' one of the leading Al Hoyt: Memphis major leagues ? 7976.With ,
asked.
,grourl4"g&iners in the NAS back- Dick Ambrogi, Quantico ..........RH I the'' the lead changing hands "
4 flt..td 'last year received honorableBREEZES George Veiling, Pensaeoli: ..... .FB 4. This 17-year-old was countless numbers of times, the I "To keep the lions" away!
youngest winner In Olympic his I II "My dear man said the ftrarp
3832at
front
college crew forged
in
I tory Give up his name and the '|'t'r, "don't you know there hadn't
I half-time, but with "Red" Doll
'Brothers Like event. | been' a lion in England for 2,000
and John Caesar hitting the hoop "
I 5. known the "Bulldog" : I years?
He
was as with unerring the locals
'e': "Do you pet with the light Marine CorpsThe in pro football. Can you recall -' rallied! to overtake accuracy the visitors. I "Well, confidentially," paid the
abr'I'o I farmer' "it's a lllrlly\thing. This
w ; off? him ? I II Doll hit the hoop for 26 maik- "
She: "Yes." I U. S. Marine Corps has heldan I ANSWERS I erslo take high scoring honors for stuff isn't any good.

impelling fascination for the I 1. Named after his boyhood the Navy, while Caesar accounted I "How come you go steady vottn
KISSING eight Toole Brothers of Jacksonville town of Manassa, Colorado. I for 18. Gene Robbins led the collegians Millie?" C"She's

I love the girl who dues; Fla., ever since the eldest' 2. Sacrifice Hit. with 28 points.
I different from the licit
''I like the girl: who don't; i Clark, Jr.. first put on the uniform 3. Joe McCarthy--Cubs in the I Hitting the hoop with unerring .
of the
.... I hate the girl who says she will I I in the early days of the war. National and Yankees in the accuracy from start to finish, the. "How's girls.that 1""She's

.. And thert decides she won't. The sons of Mrs. C. W Toole, American. local cagers outclassed a Turner I
But the girl I like the best of all, 2316 Herschel Street Jacksonville 4. Bob Mathia'!! tht' Decathlon Air Force quintet, 57-29, on the the"only one who'll $9

And I know you'll think I'm right the eight Tooles were undoubtedly 5. The famous center, Clyde NATTC floor last Monday eveningfor out with me.

le the girl who says, "I usually guided by the glowing "Bulldog" Turner.Pistolmcn their flt'ventt'enth'ictol Y of the I I -
Lawyer ( for motor car victim
don'tBut I .
accounts of Clark Jr.. Twins Hubert season I
"Gentlemen of the Jury, the driverof
just for you I might"Could and Hebert followed him into InvitedTo Leading at half-time, 29-20, the : the car stated he was going
service and five served during the Navy team began to widen the I
only four miles an hour! Think It He?
I war, with the youngest three do- Tampa Matches gap early in the second canto, it! The long agony of my poor un-
There was an aged bos'n's mate Ing a "hitch" since then Today it and took. the tilt with' little trou fortunate client, the victim, 8* the
who died and at his funeral the Is acknowledged principle with Navy and Marine Corps pistol "
an drove his !
ble.John car slowly over body
priest delivered a most beautiful marksmen have been invited to localsto
I the family that there shall always Caesar sparked the
address, praising the departed in be a Toole In the Marines. compete in the National Mid- victory with 16 points and Red A little colored boy going thru
the most glowing manner, his I The last of the brothers still in Winter Pistol Matches at Tampa, I Doll bucketed 12 for the locals. a cemetery read this insciijticui'
splendid qualities, a fine type of : Fla., 15-19 March. i Muir Nesmith led the losers
the uniform of the leathernecks, and on a tombstone: "Not dead tut
man, a good husband and kind James, arrived at the Naval Air i Dubbed the "Winter Camp Per-' I with seven markers each sleeping."
parent. About this time the widow, I Station recently from Guam. iy", the meet will feature Individual II I I Scratching his head and porioer-

tested up In the front, spoke to I Jimmy unlisted in July 1946 and ; and team matches in .22, .38 Joe Folks. of the Philly Warriors, I ing, he finally said: "He sure' aJr/t
her little daughter by her side, and Is presently attached to the stallion I and45 caliber events. one of the outstanding basketball : foolin' nobody but hissdf.1)

aid, "My dear, go look in the I! "brig"... but not as a customer i Competition is open to all members players of all time, has taken another -

coffin, see if .it's .your father. he hastily points out. of the National Rifle Asso- healthy 'step towards the i He kissed her In the garden
-- alcoholic I Asked whether there were still ciation or to non-members who are B.A.A. scoring title.. Leas than a It was a moonlit night
Inmate No. 2233 of the
ward fingered his electric flashlight a couple of Tooles left to replacehim filing the first competition.' month ago when Fulks was 100 j She was a marble statue

lovingly. "If I turn this beam when his present! "hitch" expires I Further details may be obtained points behind George Mikan, it He was a little tight. ,

Jimmy shook his head. "It's from any naval district or river was figured that he could never '
he said to
straight up in the air, Boss: "I had to fire. my rew
mate N{). 2231, "I'll bet you i a good thing I like the uniform," command headquarters." SEA catch up. But a late spurt, aver stenographer."

't'dimb up it." he grinned, "it looks like I'll be in aging 20 points per game, has en- Clerk : "Didn't she have any Experience
I the Marine Corps until the next UUI't.he have her U\\II u ay ? abled the lanky Warrior to catch '
'I'm wise to tricks, sneered
your generation: of Tooles starts coming Ih.l'I'I' she, why sheirilcn her and pass the elongated Minneapolis ,
No 2234. "I'd Ret: halfway up Boss: "Nom- at all I told her to
ahead
and you'd turn it olf." along diary a week of time star sit down and she looked} around,

for a chair"
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; :. "I say Jane, isn't it about time
J the baby said daddy?" a..

'. "No, John, I've decided not totell ;
C OG fIlM@,1/
him who you are until he getsa : 1a :;
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I''" Are caterpillars good to eat? > V'JIg
:r asked the" seaman deuce' of the

'Y'' ? thin f.No. 4 r aAv AGICIA/vT
said the chief; What makes ( .O }& x !

you ask a. question like that while .
,.we're eating? \ -"
i Well said the Deuce; You had

j r** (>n your lettuce, but it's gone
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11.tlr: "How'is the patient this I
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morning? ; _
Nun(,: "Improving. He just I 4 lIp \

.,af'd to blow the foam off tho 1 \\
"'liel ne." ]

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O.O.D.: "Are ;you positive that h -- ./'
tins man was drunk?" K ; I
Ss /J )
S.P.: "Well, Sir, he put a pennyin / ; .. n'ri
the mail box and looked up nt .. r ....... --.1<.' .- :A M'.wo>O-'_ i,
the library dock and yelled: "Gad! IIAItmVOOII ACTION- ; ,(,"luring silt i>|>|>i.i>fli<>ii. <)*:\-Navv'); ''1 {,''**' rallied l.. u...un Mortda I -- i '
J'vf lost 20 pounds." Southern Oillrgr, 89-86: here for their Kith \fo.lor. ), Action from the tray shahs' Hay linkof .Jax Nu\J I \ / (

(on floor) left", 1"' lhIJt tli* HM.b 1 ttl i lice ball In a mad scranrhlc l Tl.f Lull ion*! I** MJIHU hi i- near .tcugrrN Ir' )I

Wolf: A person who knows all from both squads -rah in UK mHrr on thr right Players i
the ankles. and) King ((7) of Jut sand Paul Terry (3)) Mild! One lMiii (9)! ) of Klori.U f Soutlitru. r .





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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 24 February 1949

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WAVES Cagers i :: i'' .


Defeat CiviliansFor v a


Third Time ti {


VAS WAVES 14th court win in 10 starts Monday
night when they slopped( the NAS
Civilian sextette, "5625, in a Girls
City Basketball highlight
It was the third time this season ..,
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that the NAS Gills! in Blue
downed the station civilian team
On the other two occasions, the local '
l Navy belles hung up 28-13, and
3.'>-17 triumphs ever their opponent -
.

Only three games: remain to b<,
played on the \\AVKS mint menu
They play host to the :Norfolk
NAS WAVES t 0111 01'1'0Rnd Sat
urday night at the :VAT. Audi-
torium and the Ri't'rsiclurlles, :
on :Monday evening again on the

home hardwood, GOLDEN GLOVES 49
In downing the Civilian t team
the NAS WAVES retained a :
mathematical chance of copping
second plate in the On Is Cit t {
League Coach "Skip" Mosei

sparked the locals with lri tallies a'q.. a.5dA
while Kay Williams lend the losers Fu

with 14Boytis .
NAS \\ An'liAS:' c'I\'II.IA
)[0"1'1. I\! \\ Illianta 1-1
}'rep. 11 urrht 4Eaip. a. d rC
: T :Shlrah: 6
tirahlbuah. 1'c'r lC, I
Jones 2 \\'H"hhlll 0
Iun.'an 0 Or else 0
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Thiel TopsIn
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Chiefs' Tourney +xYr

John Box'I is and Bob Thcl, :1 walked
away with top honors m ihi
Chief Pittx Otti' et s jolt: tourna
Silent on the local) links last Saturday -

past all they paced a field 01
twenty golfers with a tie of 88
for eighteen holes
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Charlie Miller, with a PI, took .
,. -0lo
''Pickerhonors for the tourna a

Silent with a low total of 7PBoytU iiOIIIrN tlOM:s M :1I !11AIt1'apt| ii ring/ ; the limn C'l1"1II' bad St toy before the arbiter stopped| | the. heavyweight Open| title
picked up his winning ]i.nsMp In the Nut Ie'e class| and finishing 11'1 riinii..-iii| In fluepen 'ralt.| \notlier lax Nnxj heats \M-inhl/ ,John SIc'1ey photo XII 4)
Score bbeautiful driving down (>| division In the resent olden the fairxvay He hit the longest I <>, ,'lax-Nax'> 's leather-pushers t ann<>\ed five titles 'Nayd!- there oft* n'enough In cup the rr IIi.tillal go..lax- sty's Mel 1tiomi- ..
ball In the (content the heavy drive kina ,IK:' carrying; ; for 2714( yards. I lift (pliotci No I II) in (lull fOot.tIIl.final heat weight/ nUll I'll t"I"1I t tdklns by photo No 5, hut )Dingmarr rallied l to decision the Navy f..i.tliervxdfilit .
Other stores ,registered in the ,\ IMO ,ltNn\',\' half lers fought it out fur tin. llglttMtight/ In one of the most tliillllng aiuatiiir bouts staged! In- thin,
:matches were as) follows: Toe Mal- toga, x\ltli ('on ( IIIII"II, who evades a milt t 'IOSSIN! IM "-tut' I.a-U>', area defending l htxtelght liiimpinii Joe :Martin oftat Navy
dean, :1; RN Daloinp 13; R. H (photo) No '.!> knolnjr hi. toe In the first round lloxlnj masterfully I lost his till. t6 SI(. IVlen, Inlimu ('raH'n. III pulure Nil. b tI... two
Dumfee 91: ; ('. C Drumwright. ,Julio /at.:u nt Green/ ( "o\e hail. Ituddy \\c-ler' (plmto No 3)) In n mix it up mar lire rupes In tlulr slam-bun if affair. .', .
91 ; C A. Fowler, (I" : J. F. Bush "
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94 ; F. Foster. 1) : sloe Moom. !Ori : .
C Lucas !Oi C( A shiidti, ( 0,>; O &tR Keglers adBators Capture"
and R K C'ant 'm, lft Navy
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Fascinates One-I rmed Gallery Nichols I Loop Play Novice Mitt Champorshp o 's


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Wielding IIIH .lob III true pio Overhaul !and! Repair k" glens
visional I st\U. hut ,l hllllgIt the vii tually clinched th' Otto era Bring Back Five Crowns Foremost GolfersTo
hard way, Jut my :Nichols: finned boiling title last M HI lav evening
one-ar'nsed; golf''r t:. gained the admiration I by downing third plate PASROM: ,I I Wage Battle
of a I.., Jt' gHllitx: dining: Six with H i-l 1 dtuhion The league In Golden Gloves Meetfans
hill exhibition performance at the 'lead: is now boast a ,slate of :iO For Team Berths

Naval Air StatIon poll: course last won and eight I lost
Wednesday, coming: through with I FV-83 holds! dow second !spot When the final bell sounded, tolling: to conclusion of the Tiy.outs tot the Jax-Navy golf
a scorching; in nine holes to top with a 27-10] record, while the sixth annual Jacksonville iolden. Cloves, boxing; touinament team are heduled to head <*< tivi-

the stations best, golfeis |I KASRON maple-knotkeis have held at the Duval (County Armory last week, it was the ties Oil the Station link Friday<
Nichols and lack Harxev. course piled a 26-11 slate all a team of eight or' 'Un men will
up Navy again that walked off with most of the honors in the
pro, teamed together to defeat I In the match! between OAR and be chosen from the top-ranking
Tony Giego: station champ and KASRON last Monday. Chentei nil-packed thieo-dav fistic cai'nival. linksmeti at NAS who are expected .

Rrwin Scott compiling: a best ball Briggs. Jr, paced the field with The Jax-Navy gladiators of 31 after the nine hole inn Har i 211lt192 in three strings for home with the Novice team chanitonshtp pounding out a second round TKO I ifying< rounds.
vey. Grego and! Scott each tallied\ the winners, Bill Shuford, also of and the Open class run over Jac'ks >nville's Buddy Web The /group selected will make
38s O&R knocked over 190-166 and Its initial appearance this year in
net'-up berth, winning five crowns ster Zayas, who really looked
Before playing!: the course. Nichols Ittl to finish second I in the process The locals biought 'I sharp, was the master all the way a team match against the Uruvet-
gave an exhibition of his skill ; The final game' in the first back the Novice lightweight welterweight I I The Green Coveman hard jabs sity of Florida at Gainesville on
on' the driving lunge Dentonatrat- round ate now underway and are and heavyweight togas, ,, were too much for Webster to ab- March 4th, in the first of a series
ing the use of every club( the expected to be finished by Friday plus the flyweight and heavyweight :I soib, the reieree! halting the bout I of matches with Southeastern serve
one-armed left.handed golfer. who px'eninp George Gamache, president .- I Open diadems i.In, the second, giving! Zayag the I ice and college teams Their :lee.onol .
swing: and connects like a light of the league, announced this heavyweight title meeting will be played on
hander. teed oft with drives on a week that the teams may hold a'' A well-conditioned fet Petersburg I, open Navy flyweight Chuck Abalon local greens against the Qua .,
thecombined
par with those of his three competitors "Shau hneIlHY" play-off within the FU, squad of prevented NAS-Jax andGreen another Green Cove product, registered Marines on March 8th. On M
forces
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next few weeks. the easiest title win, annexing 21st. the Navy men are slated ti
Cove Springs, fighting/; under
University
match divots with a Georgia -
Jax. banner, frommaking the Open flyweight crown
the
Navy ,
NARTU / it a clean sweep The St. ; when, no worthy opponent could golf team" Their last team
Speedy Hoopsters
found. I I match for next month will be on
be
I Pete crew copped the Open team the 24th when the Georgia Tech
I
H'rtU
title, winners of which will par quill a I.aitkyThe golf sqijad visits :NAS
Thump Personnel 39-31 ticipate in the Tournament of Novice heavyweight title Candidates for berths on the
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Madison! Garden was an Navy affair,
Champions in Square scrap as JHX-Navy squad are: Tony Giego.
A fast moving MARTU quintet In intra-miiral games: last week :Match 789, and Ii). I was the Novice lightweight bout j Erwin: Scott. Anul Furry Days
polished off Personnel. 31'1.31. in the high scoring Fasron ft quintetset : Martin Loses. 1'1111'I ( In a bruising slugfest, heavyweight Henderson Frederick: Brush J J.
the preliminary: hoop fray to the a new mtra.mural scoring 0 The 1919 Jacksonville Gulden Ray AilUms employed a Sutherland, W G Barnes. R r
Jax Naxy-Turner fieli, clash at I mark for one game when they Gloves produced probably the ; powerful left jib to pile up enough Knight and D, K. Gar i
the NATTC Auditorium :Monday whipped Dispensary, 82-:H O & R greatest amateur battle seen In points tt) earn him the verdict over
night. I tripped the strong' Marine combo, these parts In a real thr'III-IIIU'k- John Keybsoibing! terrific' toning Thomas Beach of Terminal
Leading the Personnel five, 22 1: 48-30. NAUTU trimmed VU, 1rj-2, el three-rounier, In which some punishment in the early fighting' I Hestaurant Beach gave Cameron
15 at halftime the UVTU court 1 Hospital topped Com Fair1; j") boxing! skill was exhibited that' Mi Key came back in the third to plenty of trouble throughout the
men turned on the pressure to and Personnel 1 edged out the Maul many professionals would do well! drive his fie into the lopes time three rounds, but Cameron longer
Ice the contest in the closing! minutes I ors with a :\W:!n count to emulate, Jax-Navy's ,Joe :Martin ; anlagilndkins ,\r"1pp..dkKey: leach was the deciding factor'
with some fifty' floor play Some tip-top hoop loop! clashes defending champ, and Johnny ;I for a nine! count in the 'h'conol' Cameron gave the Navy still another .
and deadly shooting; Pete Gush- I are on tl1l" this: week in the Arner- | Craven of St. Petersburg! slugged fr'ante'. but :McKey came back to i hOllOI', being awarded th,'
anas, Mack' Murrav, and John Tir- lean leag-ut Today, Fasron pak set the pace' for the winners/ K-l and Operations| vs Dispensary [ i to Craven. It was a fight that early lead was too much for I Jack Turner or St. Petersburg.
with ten buckets each, while Personnel ; on Tuesday, the Marines lans wait many moons to see y'lIl1gldt.'Y: to> oxercome. | dt'cislonl'd JaK.Navy's Dick HiI'___
's "RE'd" Sheldon took top tangle with R-l and Operation! two well-condItioned, evenly I !Lightweight Con Quillen un- for the Open welter Clown l'ur
scoring/ honors with 12 tallies meets Ox''Mhaul and Repair In th,' matched pugilists; whose' hard leashel one .>f the most I lethal crs hitler' (puncli. found Riley
1'1",1 Tor 'r"I'| National league this corningweek, } punching) ought dwn the house' : punches of the tourney, a jailing (or' t..I1II1'milk... t.> give the Si
Both teams are at the top of Coin<' goes against/; Supply 110th :Martin and Craven have won ,left t.) the mil f section to kayo Pete entry a clear'cut unanimous
the heap in the National League Hospital locks: horns with NAK- a niche m amateur boxing in these Jj" LisUy In 1;: 17 of tin first i ileeUion
intta-mural court race and are TU and the Maulers play host to i parts, both l boasting of !several'1 1" >IUI.j IIIn..>th.'r' Novice title battle 'I Tonight at Oroen Cove Spring,
Mated to meet March 7th In the VU on Monday; and NARTU championships I involving, Navy men, I' the comtiine NAS.Green \ \>v-
second round first place bid N \R1U clashes' with ComFair, H, spilal l I In another spine-tingler. Jax- Navy welterweight Glover Cam- ring 8j.iul' will match mitts with
dumped Personnel p)2-1/H to mixes with Supply 'arnl Pers innel Navy heavyweight Julio Ziyis, erxi' hil ti gi the distance in a. highly.toutel Coc'!.S,>l* aggrogatiori ; -
take the first half' bunting I shoots against: VU WeJnesdiy I husky Green Cove product give, cupping[ [ the novice crown, li-cU ,