Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 1949
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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\L\ Stage Set For "Hamlet" And "The Hasty Heart". '


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6-No, 43 tTnD 27 January 1949

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

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Comdr. Humes ;:yr. <1 aYf tI
} I Famous Players

Leaves Station $4r I ,

g i 'J'C. k Here Next Week
For New DutiesSupply I S) w 'y .

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and Fiscal officer at the
Naval Air Station since his arriVal -
here in August, 1946, Comdr. "Hamlet" Slated Monday

Ralph M Humes, SC, USN, relin-
ulshed his post this week to attend
the Armed Forces Staff College Comedy-Drama TuesdayThe

Norfolk, Va. +'}. rye r y ?' c t ; +fyt ks ::
Replacing Comdr. Humes is -
Capt H. }<'. Gingrich, SC, USN, curtain goes up Monday evening: at 2000 at the
formerly Staff Supply officer of NATTC auditorium for the presentation of Shakespeare's

ComFairJax. immortal tragedy "Hamlet", the first of two outstanding
One of the biggest Jobs under.taken
at the station by Comdr productions to be presented by the celebrated Barter Theatreof

Humes was the huge "roll up" or Virginia. The following evening the same group will present
Reactivation program affecting all the comedy-drama "The Hastv Heart."
Advanced Training Stations in pp, ,
*,4 T Truly a double treat for Naval -
Florida."I i Air Station pert nnel, the I

.... spent the first 18 months of tation of the two Mast Ceremony
my stay at Naval Air Station plays by the largest ;
Jacksonville on the rolling uj> pro ertory theatre In America
gram," he declared "My successor to the public. Held Here For

will have the pleasure of reactivating .._ facilities and when I return \SSIGXMKNT-Lea\lng: XAS after almost two and Only one performance
Base Men
With the Navy there Is always Seven
half years! as Sanal11' Station Supply and }'IM\II. that hope-I trust I shall see carriers "
M. Humes left turns his to his I beginning at 2000.
Ralph ( over port stit'ccbor 'apt.
in addition to the air "
groups II. II. iingrlch/ (right), Comdr Unmet will attend the Armed Force be staged Monday and r. Seven Naval Air Station enlisted
now operating here. I .
Heart" will be >
at Norfolk, Va.
I stagg College men, including six: memera of the
Capt. Gingrich, who will relieve day.
Comdr. Humes, arrived here in I Post Office" Directory service and
I Worth Money, Too Tickets, which are now
July of this year, coming from I at Ship's Service, one from overland transportation
JAviation( Supply Depot, Oak- Repair, Main Gate and division, received letters of commendation .
lartdf:-;CaJif rfwhere( he was officer Scores Of Ideas Offered In 48 j Training office, are priced I for outstanding ac-
k cna ce.',tit Proceeds from the
comphshnvent of duties from Capt.

: \.1......'.... I In Station Suggestion ProgramAlthough Physical the welfare Training department and I 1 A I. Malstrom, Commanding Officer -
' ;;"Gr- Department, which is :, at meritorious mast last
: [March Of DimesTo '
_ ; '. it failed to equal the record high number of the presentation. Thursday,

iI. .. '. End SundayThe suggestions' 1917, the Naval Air Station's 1918 Sugges- Headed by Robert Commended were Elmo D. Good.
I Jacqueline Logan in the man, SA; Boyd W Mathews, SN;
tion Program received enough support to finish its second I
Jack J. McCullough, AA; Can
I Shakespeare's
Naval Air "Marchof
Dimes" campaign Station being con best year since the program was inaugurated here.A presented by the Barter 1 Quillen, TE3; James A. Teague.SN .
ducted in conjunction with the I total of 584 suggestive ideas new production of this I' ; Thomas J, Sisk, TE3, all assigned -
nation-wide appeal for funds to'' were submitted during the past Featurd ous classic. Breen, a to the Directory service of
fight infantile paralysis has met I.year, as compared to the high I Navy 90 productions as actor the Post Office; and William H.
with satisfactory response with I total of 828 suggestions offered in rector, plays "Hamlet", I Murphy, formerly assigned to the
several divisions reporting 100 1947 by station employees In BroadcastsA queline Logan is starred overland transportation division,
of the role of Gertrude, Hamlet's now transferred to Norfolk, Va
per cent contributions. compilation program I salute to the United States
Division and Unit representatives shows that. 471 suggestions were Navy is being offered over two Fine Cast I The commanding officer's commendation .
who have been appointed to processed in 1948 and of that national radio networks in two Breen is familiar to m read: "The command
solicit donations throughout the i: number 299 were adopted with a weekly programs the Navy icemen, having directed Ing officer of the Naval Air Station .
base, have been hard at it all week total sum of $10,050 awardedin Hour on ABC on Saturdays and in the original G. I, I Jacksonville, Florida, desired
in completing their collections. cash awards to submitters. The the Naval Academy Band on 1943. He has became I to express his appreciation to you
Now in its final week, the local program/'while self-supporting insofar Fridays over Mutual. most important people in for the excellent manner in which
drive concludes Sunday, Jan. 30. '' as results are concerned, has The Navy Hour can be heard of theatre. you have accomplished the duties
'I' to the Miss Logan, who began assigned while attached to
With contributions on a purely proved beneficial Navy each Saturday at 1300 over radio you
voluntary basis, both service and i with an estimated savings of station WPDQ ((600)). reer'in the theatre as this station. Your outstanding
civilian personnel are invited to4 a $272,906.50 realized from The second program starts study in a revival of abilities have been reflected in
offer donations. Personnel wishingto I suggestions adopted here last year. its weekly broadcasts Friday, has played in movie roles your accomplishments and are
contribute need not wait for a I As in the past the 1948 crop Feb. 4, featuring the U. S. Naval Richard Dix:, John commendable. Your earnest desireto
Call for their respective unit representative of ideas submitted here produced Academy band and interviews Chaney, Walter Pidgeon adhere to all regulations of the
they can volunteer many short cuts, improved prod It can be heard over Brook, Lionel Navy and the putting of your duties
their otfeiings. ucts as well as saving thousandsof : WJHP (1320), Mutual affiliate, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. above self-interest are In keeping
All funds collected here will be dollars in material and labor, I at 1530 each Friday.1'ROFKSSIOXAL Also in the cast of with the highest traditions oC
(Continued on 1'age 2) (Continued on Page 3)I) (('0111 hiliI'd oil raKe ) the Naval service

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Scenes from the two hurter

Theatre production hl'r.)1011..
day and Tuesday Jerry JetM
(Ophelia) ) and Kay nol le (Ho
ratio), left, are about to go onstage
In "Hamlet." In lower
left, JitmeH And ecus Mini plays:
Digger In "The Hasty Heart"
.' JoM-plilne Parker, center, enact
role of Nurse Margaret In N.UH
play Jacqueline Logan as (:er-
trmle and Robert lirern as Hamlet -
art .shut n In M-ene. light, In h
"Hamlet.: lamest: Itorgnliio
.(lower right) has role of Tommy -

III Tuestlay'it showing oC .
"The Hasty llwa-rt.:'


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Pope Two JAX AIR NEWS 27 January 1949

Jax Air News sUpLv1 Not New Nuggets

E1U4ertal Of Aces O 0 0 0 0 w

South Wing, Lower Deck You never can tell what you'll

Bid,. WO G SALLIES find at the Not New Shop! Yen

can surprise yourself! with the
Telephone -
bargains you'll waiting
.. .... .. there. Tuesday. February 1, will
!> l il, ( het r Mh ,- I
be a big day. Toys, clothing and
Stall N ratersThe
"RENEGADES OF SONORA", featuring Allan Lane. f)
useful articles of' all kinds
weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Sta- I which we have Just receivedwill
tlwn Jacksonville. Florida, and pi'Int.ed "ACT OF VIOLENCE", starring Van Heflin. As you will notice via photos and be placed on display at

commei dally with non-apPl'opl'latl'd SATURDAY AND SUNDAY I 1 I detailed description elsewhere in that time. Come in to look end

funds at no expense to the government "COMMAND DECISION", with Walter Pidgeon and Clark Oable.MONDAY I I the Jax-Air News today, this to buylDonations!
arid in compliance with SecNav Circular I stay
Utter 4:>-198 dated 12 December 1945. week marks the official Inauguration are always wel
Copies are distributed free of chargeat "LADIES OF THE COURT", starring Add Jergens. I if the national term' can be

the Naval Air Station, the Naval TUESDAY AND \nmINE8UAY"BOY applied locally, of Supply'a new come
Commission sales will be
Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary -
Air Station. Cecil Field and the WITH GREEN HAIR", with Pat O'Brien and Dean Stock- skipper, Capt. H. F Gingrich and handled on Tuesdays only.

U. S. Naval Hospital. well. the farewell ceremonies for ----

I THURSDAY Comdr. R. M. Humes who has
The JAX AIR NEWS I Is a member of "CHALLENGE OF THE RANGE", with Chales Starrett. been skipper since Aug. 1946. NOT NEW SHOP 1IOUHS
the Ships' Editorial Association I Ithe I
Armed Forces: Press Service.\ Reproduction 2000( --SMOKER AT MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM NAS Jax Vs. 'apt. Gingrich reported to the Not New Shop Hours-1000

of material from these Green Cove Springs. station last July, to rf'lIfCwp- to 1400 Tuesday Wednesdayand !
sources must bear a credit line. Rrpub- < I Thursdays at Hobby Shop
lain Montgomery as! Supply Officer -
Section of other matter except by 913.Breezing.
service publication I U prohibited without :, on the staff of Chief of Nnvv Building

iTrrnlnMlon of Editor JAX AIR 1 s a al Air Advanced Training. When

I II HospitalChatter Advanced Training moved out In
I November he a "umed duties R-s AroundO
NEWS.CHAPLAINS' l At tfee. Pillion! Ch.pe'm, BirmtaghamBead Staff Supply Officer of CVmFa4r-
and Manila Avena
rr.liU.t Jax, .
0930-Sunday School. In assuming duty as the new & R.
1045 -General Worship Service, Chap.
lain Francis L. Albert. Supply &, Fiscal Officer Captain PERSONNEL A ADMINISTRATION
CORNER"STARS Patients at the U. S. Naval Hospital andI
CaUvllecnOO Gingrich stated My family Welcome back to Miss .
-Mass had quite a treat last Friday are very happy to be aboard the V
2100 Mass Dunbar new pearls and all. .
0700Cecil FieldChaplain night when they were guests at Jacksonville Naval Air Station and Persolnnel
EYES"Many Welcome to Joseph
IN YOUR S. A. Melrlng will officiateat the Bob Hope Show at the Gator to come to the Supply & Fiscal t
Fisherman Jarrardhasn't
persons will remember the both masses I Bowl Definitely a 4.0 show the Department, with its reputation i|
050001An been too successful these
the motion pic-
closing scene
patients wish to their "can-do" outfit and a fine or-
express appreciation of a
outdoor Nursery Tor small children
Currie" where the past few week-ends. Maybe Itlfn'tcold
lure "Madame:
to those who made it i
Is maintained between 0900 anti ganization. I anticipate a very
enough, or else somebody'susing
gnat scientist speaks on the lee- : 1200. possible for them, to attend pleasant duty while in Jacksonville I
true platform before the greatest the wrong bait. rut 'em on
She explainshow NAVAL HOSPITAL CHAT EL rrlla. they're here again. Those report.
dentists of her day.
she was inspired to go on in I (Ward A-l) entertainer from Jacksonville", the j In leaving Commander. lumen What's this about Spurlock and

her work by her husband and 1000-Dl vine Prvtettaat Worship Chaplain 5'D Cook Variety gang, who will preMTit said "Upon leaving the (Supply k Mr. Drinkwater in the clock lines

how he had been inspired to go on I Hewitt Jr. I their super-dehue! show !*un- 1'1,,('ul Department the real regret in the afternoons. Looks like some

by an rider] scientist who one time I f I dart Jan. SO at 1400 In the free Is to lave the pleasant 'on- I I kind of paper work going on after

pointed out to the arching heavens Hall. I>on't mU! Itl! tads with the grand group In1 working hours. Lover Boy

and said, "Look out to the star I Amble around any afternoon, I thai organization llouever, upon Warren Is about to have a daugh-

and reach for it!" I CPO NotesSteaks II Monday through: Friday and hear leaving, it I I" with the realization tep-ln-law, come this week-end.

the soothing classical albums that that this outfit 1 I..* 100 per rent Imbued Hr not DickMin.'ENOINKERI.Nfl.
what he is for at least
Man is the Red Cross has available with 11 !spirit of service In NEWS: Mad

these two reasons implied in that We If you don't care for the classical their John! which will long ""nh..j) House Tracy Is going around witha

great truth of the photoplay. are good, drinks! are (cold I type, there's Guy Lombardo and and be a credit to the red gleam in his eye. Seems asj

enter into the labors of others, and I any night at the CPO club. many many more. All for you to Station Jacksonville, and the I IN.avy. though some Hypo Acid splashedinto

they into ours. Yet we must keep I Music hot and )'ou'e not Old? enjoy ." i his eye. Now the order are
)looking to the stars. Or as someone Come out and dance to MelCoody's
The last word in plastic knick-
l ut it, "Ideals are like stars.We And from the Department as a to wear a plastic facial mask when
never reach them completely I orchestra Saturday knack stands is now on display in whole military and civilian, we working on photostats. Al TuggJo;

them.. nights. the Occupational Therapy Shop. want to issue! a genuine "wel wears his mask on top of his head
but we chart our course by Good music friends and fun.
C/eated by Mr. R. Thomas and Mr.J. come aboard" to Captain Gingrich, like a bonnet.
Men of the I'avy can understand i Number roll and you're in the Davis the models are truly On We hinted be
and to Commander Humes, our Soups ; once
this principle, for the stars are
Gold original. very bet and warmest regard fore about hot soup on rainy days
We of"srut'tlng
basic to Navigation. speak
stars" and I Bingo each Friday night at 8. Should anyone be looking for and a sincere heartfelt, "well' Yes, fine, we have the coffee machine -
fixing our
Bring the wife and the neigh- Air Ferrare during; the day, he can done". and the doughnut wagon 1.1"'.' I
exact locations <
thereby. bors. be found In the (). T. Shop. "Tony, "I What, no orange juice? ,.. Butw8'12could .
Now the of
principle having Make tracks! and join the 10111Ltt.s as hU friends rail him has been have r'
a wagonservingsoup "
".tart! in your eyes" means that J "What was that explosion onZeke's soup l 1
see you once a working on various! different projects in covered paper>* |o. .
one must look There's old{ yf : ; ,?a, .
up. an ? ..
I we like to talk to old crultlen.Rrfrt'lIhm..nts ranging from belts, billfold, farm I rainy days. ,thattoinataubi i -.
story of a man who found a dollar down. "He fed his chickens
many, price change purses and a red-white Mid Lay or terranean tunnel to( thelcfefttSdaT .
Mil in the gutter, whereby he imTMdiately All kinds of refreshment you green rug. Bust: and one of them was a roos -- ---

decided to keep looking enjoy with prices to fit the pay For his little daughter A. Palmer ter." '
down the rest of his life. When heame -- --- -- -- INSIDE .1
check-can't afford to miss a SN is building a novel plastic -.
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to old he neared death -
f age, time.
good I lamp using the MerrygoRoundtheme : '
but all he had accumulated was t A heart a girl a lovely
gown including the horses Enlisted Alleys
fifty dollars innumerable buttons Valentine Dance, Saturday Feb.I PUBLIC WORKS

and trinkets, a humpback, a miserable 12. Door prizes fun entertain I

disposition, and no friends. ment. Good food music, make it See It For Yourself j [ Open dDrm. Action i I The Contract section welcomed
back Betty Johnson of
All because he got the "wronglook" a date to remtmber.Crlth.It. Formerly
in this important business .. frown- The I.t bowlingalley the File Unit, she is filling the>
suggest or Just You have of it You have in the Service I'
t)f living. But support your club Attend read about it: Come and Bee It- vacancy left by Nell Holbrook
The most elementary lesson' all building, which has been closed I j who is on stork leave. Jennie
General Assembly meetings. | "Hamlet Shakespeare's immortal '
of us need to learn is "Look to the for repairs, reopened early this Kopec of Transportation Division
Look for the notice-let's play To be presented by professional week.
stars and reach Jor them!" ThE'Ywill your deas where they can do ;| cast of Barter Theatre I The will be relays information of a letter she
alleys open seven received from Louise Bragg formerly
reflect in ,
your eyes.
some good. i i Monday Jan. 31 at 2000 at I
Ideals are like stars will days a week from 1630 to 2200.J J of Transportation; now inking -
; you Come out and be Keen around i NATTC auditorium. I I :
not succeed: in touching them with At th e Ch,;ief felt y Oftinr'a. ; -- basic training In/ the WA\'ES.I .

:your ))hands but like the seafaringman club. Everybody's Worry Now I Louise says she is doing: fine

(n the desert of waters, you I i. and getting ready for exams. lt'.

choose them as your guides, and Just like going to school again

fallowing, .\ them, you reach your I IcltFtlny. Famous Final 1948 Income Tax Returns Pete the Capps lowdown chief on' Mandrake clerk ia giving the-

(Continued from l'aKe 1) i Magiclon who is now playing at a

RECREATION Daniel Reed who ia replacing the I Must All Be Filed By March 15 local nightspot, Pete ia still try-

ailing Lep Chalzel as Polonius; ing to get the office girls to stand;

vivacious Gerry Jedd as Ophelia; In mid-air with no strings attach;

Frederic 'Wan finer as Claudius; Active service pay earned last ed. Olive Fleming of Personnel -
ASHORE With all active service
year need not be included in the pay now Unit trekked
over to- Gainesville -
James Andrews as Laertes; and subject, as of Jan. 1 1949
final tax returns for 1918 by enlisted to
Ernest Sunday, claims she was nared -
Ray Boyle, Mell Turner
federal income taxes
and offiCers the Navy is
WHEN ON I.inmTY: LOOK IT THE Borgnine and Robert Paschall. personnel warrant I off because the ratio was 10
SALVA' 'TON ARMY while commissioned officers I withholding taxes insofar as base to 1. Must have been something'

r SERVICE MEN'S CLUB OnUtanding Talent"The are required to report only theexcess and longevity pay and extra pay else besides men that scared her
Hasty Heart" which fol- for doctors ia conceined. The
102 WEST ADAMH ST. I of $1,500 of all active service Navy ;I loff.I .
lows "Hamlet" the following received last accord- will not Income tax from
Phone 4.2104Jacksonville pay year, withhold
I 1 from the fire box: Lum
Fla. night, Tuesday has been termedone 'I ing to the Bureau of Naval Per- fluctuating and irregular compensation !,I, H'lIlaoof/ No. 2 fire station has
of the outstanding plays to sonnel Bulletin such as flight, '
Till'KM AV, ,UNI'AU27th Information submarine been supplying the entire fire de- ...:
Corn Topping-candy; making. come out of World War II. ; Final returns for 1948 must be drill, and training duty pay. I partment with some mighty fine '

barter shop quartet.J'IIIDA1' | I A three-act comedy-drama, the filed not later than March 15, Aid For Personnel''
JAMAKY 2ftIt I fish' since his last fishing: trip. .
04II--81"hIJl'lInj( -- Hoi'Ida', lovely story of "The Hasty Heart" concerns 1949. I Individual service personnel, including L. R Green of station No. 1 has
fl"wf'ltJ. a group of soldie.R and a i The wartime exclusion from Reservists on Inactive been this
I: handing out cigars past
JR'itt\ -lloiw back riding( t'l' n pol ta.tl..n nurse in a field hospital behind gross income of all compensation! duty, must account directly to the week.' It
I was a girl! At elation -
tutnlnheriHATI Assam-Burma front doling the for enlisted and to Collector of Internal Revenue
RnA'.JANI'AR\ link .J the service up : for No. 2 J. G. Griff has been
Written John Patrick the $1,500 each of for commissioned I taxes atttlbuted to such
O|lion flfuaA1nrtli'tenlc war. by year pay confined to the hospital for a
.. I play was toured last year by the service ended Dec. 31, I ing and irregular income fluctuat'I'I I tonsllectomy C. C. Younl'has'\
81\nt'811. fails JIoiw ..hllt"01.. I I
Barter Players and has been revived 1948. Service personnel, including submarine drill and training duty
: ]cyl.Hll.I/ no one argue will since Grlfflflha
T'li-nlr) suppsr-Nn char Ire.t I by public demand. Reservists on inactive duty, are pay. I j I been away Since we mentioned
+l'NUA1'. JAMAK:401k: I The three-act war play features cautioned that it is their responsibility i If such irregular pay during calendar I about what a good dishwasher

.. ,w 1rh.Io-nut Irtrakfnulik while! you Frederic Warrlner brilliant young : to account for their own Income year 1949 is expected: to I Buddy Norton Is, he has

HtfditMflnK TiBnupoitatlon leaveacln I actor in the role of "Lathle" the for tax payment purposes! total $100 or more a "declaration been In hot water (literally) *t

I). I Scottish sergeant. Beautiful Josephine Exemptions Explained of estimated tax" (Treasury form I I home

Jlorm-tcwn Hour, I Parker the only woman II I Active service pay as explained I 1040-ES) should be filed with the I .

.' Vesper time.Sweetest Mudlr. In (own.JWJO I cat in the play portrays the ,. in the Bupers Information bulletin Collector of Internal Revenue by !t,

... Includes base! longevity sea March 15, 1949. Such
-Buffet UI'J0f'1-8J1ln.olrd' by I II nurse. Others in the cast include I estimatedtax CPO Club Holds
Junior hoxteMe*. Mell Turner Ray Boyle James foreign !service flight submarine, I II In excess of the amount
eS.1 I
MIIMIAt.. JANTAHY BUt Andrews Ernest Borgnine and Ed I drill training, and other special \ timated to be withheld, should I
Pl'> - voice home. Davis. duty pay including lump-sum payments I paid In full when the de('latstion It ,

.4 ]0)Bowling.. I to former naval aviation' filed or in quarter- nnual In- Chief Petty Officers' club members -
TI .-."'UAJ".ltKt'AR" lat Such stallments. First
tadets. lump sum payments installment
t Hunrileiaft.IT.ft I will hold their general assembly -
-Roller Skating Jar Roller March have been held to constitute inhume should be paid when the declaration I meeting Monday Jan. 24

Rink .Uf'O nlllhl-I" for (he pile of I for the year in which is filed. at 2000 at
rec.iv-I the CPO Club. :
ore' '. .. d. Rental subsistence l and Naval Air Station
,n'IIN.'IAJ..ltKI'AR;" \. h4 (Continued from 1)) ( personnel encountering I All members ate requested to

Weekly f'IIIIy-"AIi hands on deck, turned over to Chaplain Francis enry' allowances are tax-exempt. difficulties with their attend the meeting during which

gritty 11111 In sight, Lee Albert, Station Chaplain, campaign Pay for accrued leave upon ep- I tax problems will get assistance. I plans will be discussed and wmmltters -

," Well t... seeing you) chairman for forwarding to station from active duty .ia active from a representative fiom the office chosen for the coming
r'r issue Julie---Double dinner.: District headquarters duty Leave paid for in bondsor of the Collector I
N.4l4-e--All-dny bun trip Feb 6lh to the Representative, pay. clf Internal Valentine dance.
I. Sliver: fpilnim. SI t. Augustine Ma line- Sixth Naval District otherwliie under section 6 of the Revenue who will wt up office J ..

lit rwV fkeferu>kr swamp. state your which in turn will forward funds Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946, in Room 14-A of the Administration Now they're to mftH

ifwJfr.-Sign up with stuff member, to National Infantile Paialynnheadquarters. all amended is excluded! from building from Feb. 14 until trying ul-
Cumr-iit tlbh a pen for mrmbruhlC"t. ,- whiskey out of sawdust. Exit
... gloss' income i Ft b. 18.
; with stuff im-nibcrs. ttrs, enter shingles..yy.dl .



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27 January 1949 SAX AIR NEWS Page Three


1 VF-82 Pilots Cop
i I RehabilitationOf

Carrier ,Group I

Links Tournament : I Oil Terminal

A hard-driving ,squad of VF-82 Being PlannedThe
lots found the local golf eourso

.J their liking to cop the crown I
the first round of play in the fuel oil terminal en) the

Carrier Air Group Bight pilot's Trout River north of Jacksonville

golf tournament which has beenIn ,I which includes four tanks capable
progress on the station greens of storing 135,000: barrels of aviation -
aM for nearly a month. + ) gasoline, is scheduled for

Paced by Robert Knight, who rehabilitation, it was announced

a, was second lowest medalist in the j this week.

s first round-robin with 44.8 as a Flans and specifications! for the

4-game; average on nine holes, the project have been drawn by the

VF-82 team ran rampant over the : Bureau of Yards and Docks, Washington -

four other squadrons participating I D. C. and forwarded to
In the torney to ('bAlklp a perfect : the Naval Air Station. Bids will be

te>" record of four victories. invited Within the next few days

1k' Al Bosworth, of VA-84, was low by the officer in charge of con-
medalist In the 'tourney's first struction at the Naval Air Station
(" I 21 has been ret
round with a nine hole average -- ------------- February asa
to of 43.5. Knight is second with his RECEIVE COMMENDATIONS at a meritorious mast last. Thursday, these five men, attached tentative date for opening of the

44.8, Steve Cofneliussen, on the to the Directory Service nf the Pot Office, received intern flf commendation from commanding bids.!' .

VF-81 squad, compiled a 45.0: on officer Capt A, I. Mahtrom for outstanding accomplishment of their aligned. dutlen.' The bids, it was announced, will
+ nine holes for third place in the Left to right, ,Jameft> A, Tongue, SNj Can Qulllen, TK3; Thomas J. Hl I..k, TKS; Klmo I). Goodman, be for contract work consisting
low medalist group; and Herb Heln Sand lloyd W Mathews) : Sn. Also recrhlng the honors but missing from, the picture, i is Jack J. of the cleaning of and alterations

of VF-82 is tied with Gard l\1'ullolljth, AA. to four steel fuel tanks and
Don ___ ____ ._ ____ L _____ .. piping;
shooting for VF-82, for fourth provisions for the mooring and un-

place, each holding an average of loading of tankers; reactivation
i 4: for four games. I Commercial Bulletin I [ Sea Scout Troop of the power plant; fencing andnect'llsary

Officials of the Eighth Air road work.

.. Group tournament announced this Bulletin Hill be accepted: only until space I U tilled Call ext. 82SO.Holpcilnt : : Being Organized I The fuel terminal was turned

} week that at least one more round I/lR ,MAi.). -- I over to the War Assets Administration -
electric 1125. ,,15 unfurnished- with 1 Organization of a Sea Scout
range room apartment
will be within the I after
next six the close of
played room suite $125. Both for $2'l.Le.' bath. Linn. 3651 Orange! Park after Troop for boys 15 years of age or shortly !
weeks, unless! other Intra-Mural Jlleu. Ext; 534 or 343 after 16iO. m'to.: I( older, who are dependents of active 'the war. On Jan. 14 the Navy
leagues are organized within the Baby carnage. Inquire at :W2fl-A: Nor. Bedroom with twin hells and hath for retired was granted the right of entry,
next month, which would therefore man" St.. Dewey Patk for HII I1. I couple or single person. Kitchen I or Navy or Marine use and occupancy of the area fnconnection
1917! Pontiac, 4-door streamliner II, Radio privilege If laired Cheshire, 628 Corps personnel, is being planned
shorten the meet. heater A-l condition, 12,100 RnJlllrlll'. I'h. 7-6359. sponsorship of Jacksonville -
mile I1W3. ph. 821.1. 1 rehabilitating shore facilities.
I Collapsible baby carrlit good condt- Two nice rooms with ('onnM'lInbllth Branch 91, Fleet Reserve
lion $7. 11'1. Sum Deuteh, 1354. In private home 1H04 Copeland St. Association, it was revealed this Complete plans call for the
Cumberland Rond.l Ph. 75426.Completely week by FRA officials. (dredging of a basin adjacent to
: ft ,plywood Minn bout, remote Hirer. furnished house toe tent !, the pier, by Army engineers, and
tog wheel with 12 hp. Seehee motor Call Deloney, 2-13C6. The new organization will meet I
.100.. A. A, Kherenman; Rt 4, Box Share house with couple, $12.50 pf'rwr'k I in the southwest wing of building I, for the modification of the pier
482-D Tlmuqunnn Road. 2-2106 during Two-burner Florence healer' cheap A.A. 6.Laige of the work will be done by civilIan
Kherenmitnn. Rt. 4, Box 482-D; soon as organization\ plans are ,
brdi with kitchen workers employed at NAS.
oo m prisilegesnear : !
Tlmuquunu Road j
SALTY HUMOR FROM NAS for couple. Ph. 2-&: !JO. completed I I
1937) Plymouth coupe, radio spotlight,
Double front room In private home, With no previous Scout membership J
good tires and new battery On be
t HERE AND THEREThere Keen<< at JIMft-B: Randolph, St.. NAS. Furnished Fuorlong,apartment 816 May ,st.all Call electric.7-4112.kit required, eligible boys or their :[ Wheeler In Front
Fast outboard runabout A-l (condition
wood Kit klltnd parents who are interested in sea
$250. Contact ChleC Moo.... Ht LandIng chen. Edge Apis. Ph
was once a fisher named Our Shop !827 O A R. 2-1102 scooting are asked to contact any 'In Cage ScoringFleetfooted
Fisher, Lot 100x163 In Orange Park on Rood One kitchen or two bedrooms Johnson furnished with 4225: II of the following: Emory Orszag,
privilege ,
Who fished from the edge of a high Park.dry lAnd. Moore 3816-B Dewey Lake Shore Blvd. Ph. 2-6794. 1142-B Allegheny Rd., NAS Jack- Carl Wheeler, Personnel .
JIt:I.r' :. sonville; R. L. Kirkpatrick, 5119 forward,
fissure 1939: Chrysler Royal good condition, slipped past Operatlons' .
.. radio, overdrive and 1949 license, Bahy 1111'''I'. Ml*. Glanrinn.\ Ph 2-S785.! Kinpsbury St., phone 8-0341; H.
X fish with a grin : Park Jim Brady in the .intramural
Bowen 2245 St. rhoBilby
fisherman $750.: Ccdr. Kpperson, Ext; 2S5. ; h.ltl..r. 1. E. Miller, 379 Crystal St., phone basketball
Pulled the in, 1.D' point-making parade
Table lamp silk shade Mitchell floor I
Hitter. Carole Dortson, 1015: BarlnSt. 7-53D1; W. A, Shrum, 1336 Cumberland !
I f:. Now they're fishing the fissure lamp, electilc Hide arm water. heater I to lead the ten top scorers
; KM5.:
NAS. Kxt.
,. t for Fisher and metal Ice hex Call 8-2JWT.: ,_ I Rd. i this week.
t. M Two bridge" coat, size 43 and 44. Contact I I I II
Lt Powell at Senior BOCJ, Kxt. Openings Listed I Totaling 88 points in six contests
i We /! that lipstick isMrn..thlnJ 501. Best Skit Honors I the pace-setting yeoman holds a

:' that merely adds color- Neat, near attractive NAS. three$1.950: bedroom down on bungalow $ ,500, Al Kindergarten I II two point lead over Brady, with

fog and flavoring to an old pas- Ford, n-9!!m or fMHWO evening. Two vacancies! exist in the Jun- Fall To Den Four Red Sheldon, Wheeler's running
time: it-piece dining room suite, 4 pc. bedroom for kindergarten class for children !! mate" in third place with 66 tal-
suite butane heater and coffee .
table ROM. Kxt. 530 or 8-2212.: 2-4 years of age, it was learned lies.Here's
At Scout Meeting
!'I can't marry that sailor, Used carriage! and play pen pad, both today. j i how they stand with the
for $10. Row III, 2-9fW! first round drawing to a close:
mother, said the girl. "He's an I Parents wishing to enroll their
1911 DrSoto, (custom radio and heater I Members of Den 4, Cub Pack Wheeler, Fern. KK
atheist and doesn't believe there new engine. Contact Chief Zimmerman I children can contact Mrs. Arlene 131 of the Naval Air Station Brady, Oper. W
is a hell." 1019 Bailn St.. NAS. Ext. H)74. 'I Cheshire at the Nursery or call extension walked off with blue ribbon hon- Sheldon Tern. MJScholt.
"Marry him answered the Bedroom suite, ('hf' t'tlf drawers, 368. NARTU M
pros- Me bed. $20. Ravne, ll.M-A: I I ors for the best skit exhibited White, Hnsp. MClaffy.
ptctlve mother-in-law "and between dou'l ----- -- -
gheny Road NAS. during the second meeting of the Supply 55:
the two of us, we'll convince Practically new easy aplndrler \ pack last Friday here at the sta- riorna, Oper. 51
A him that he's wrong." Ing machine Including. plastic ccner.Reasonable tion Boy Scout headquarters.With :Murray, M. NARTU 48
Rn> net 1134-A Allegheny I Tucker: VU 45
), Road, NAS. r the theme for the competition McCraw. Rad. Cen. 45
;t CO: "Your wife came to town, Late 1M7 Ford V-8. All extra, A-11 based in "Musicalss," the 1 '
condition Turner, 1100 Cumberland
j I gave: :you a 23-hour pass and Road or 59:!. ingenious youngsters put on ft full-
i you come back 21 hours late. How Small furnished home for rnuple. fledged minstrel show In traditional I New 4-Cenl Card

come T"Soldlt'r Convenient to NAS. Jamsom 2655 Orange 4 blackface, and costumes. : For Air' MailingA

: "Well, sir when I got to, shoe iikalca.Pmk., girls sue 8, $10. Kvenlngfcdtrsd ; Cubmaster W. H. Clinton introduced
the hotel my wife wds taking ", able J$7: See. Folks Hi HHI- I N. J, Lancaster Muscokee new four-cent air mail portal
bath." B Th. KM.; 509. z-
lacks or
district neighborhood/ commissioner card will be placed on sale soon by
1917 Nash Amhsdr. nverdi-lxe, rarllo.
CO "Did that take two
:" you Jhllllal'l' to appreciate., $1,6115> Folks. f who spoke briefly on the importance the PoMoffice\ department.Of .
) days I 1413-A: Child St.. NAS or Ph. ;,(O, of active participation of standard postcard! size, the
-+' Soldier: "No, sir, but it took almost House trailer 18 ft. custom built. eEpc parent In youth organizations.Awards new 4-cent card, can be mailed
Sleeps 4, fully equipped. Sacrifice for ,
that long for uniform to
my I $1.31(5.: !( Folks, 1412-A Child St.. NAS t tv of badges, gold and silver anywhere; in the U. S. and possessions -
: dry : 'Chief clothing for mile, slfe 15',4'! shirt!, arrow and service stars were presented Canada or Mexico.\ It will
coats, size :!R. Call 2-RX52. to 15 scouts. t provide air mail service to anyplace
Thrre small boys were sitting on FOR UF.NT: now within the domestic-rale
furnished rooms for rent to Nav.v
the curb. One was playing: with an couple or two business women $(0 i area for two cents less than the
airplane One was playing with afire | Potter, 1221'IItOI '
per month. \ Scores r pst i "f a one-nunce letter.
engine. One was reading "Es' I Branch Ph. 2-59)8.!)!! -.s. .-
Completely furnished house. Tlmuqinna I
quire Manoi Nlt' I"'I'A 2-:1110.1: X5/1- (Continued from 1'age 1))
A kindly old man approached ; Sv and eliminated many 'health and i Letter (Commends;
and asked them what they wanted
to be when they grew up. The first > ,Women In Service safety hazards, plus adding many I
conveniences to fihops.Inlf'ft..t 0 & R DepartmentPraise
replied that he wanted to pilot a |
B-29.! The second wanted to be Increases ,
......a fireman. The third, looking up a Now Total 7,000Women Receiving the support and back-' for its accident prevention -
-w: ing of top-diawer management, program was acconkd the
from his "Aw I
magazine, replied, the Armed Forcesnow I
In '
Overhaul anR
the Suggestion Program has been Repair Depni.mfntby
it isn't important, I just want to '
total than 7,000 according
." more standardized! throughout the government Dr. John M McDonald, del cctor
grow up.Tough i to recent government: fig by Executive Order P817 | of the' Division of Industrial: Hygiene

ures. signed bj President Truman on j Florida State Beard of
"Put shut
; Guy: up or
!''' The Army leads in women members ; Dec 31, 1946. Various reports' Health, who visited the Naval Air
'it up of whom j
616 officers,
Meek with e from the Navy Department indicate Station last month.Commenting .
,t Guy:
I 200 are members of the Regular: that employee interest in the on his tour of the
I I ,establishment, the remainder in I the state hcalh! officer
; IVntlM You needn't program has picked up considerably shops, public -
rmnith any wider.. When I pull the Active service; 32 warrant ofrfleers as witness of higher: rate of In his letter to dipt. J. L. Holland -
and 3,146 enlisted women, suggestions and ideas. MC. USN, related: "1 was
tooth 1 be out-
'J expect to , Fide 'nearly all In the Regular Army Credit for the mounting success particularly Impressed with the

'Ii The Navy has 400 officers and -fh of the program here at the station good housekeeping throughoutthe

;, Peg: "They tell me you had a 1,750 enlisted women. The Air foes to the Heads of Departments, plant as well as the measures
Force has 145 women officers apd taken to safeguard employees'
date last night with that bad egg supervisory personnel, and members
f Meg: "Must be some other guy. 1,180 enlisted" women. A total of of the various committeeswho ,| from accidental injury. The supervisors -

This guy was too fresh.. 24 officers and about 250 enlisted willingly aided in evaluating: i in charge of the processes!
personnel'! form the Women's :: the hundreds of ideas and helped | where potential health hazards

Rose: "I'm making new dress branch of the Marines.! put them In operation j t might be expected seem to be well

but MY heart Isn't In It." With the full authorized wpm. : Employees are being asked, to [ aware of the possibilities. So far

Mary Jane: "Rather low Isn't rn'" stregth in the Regular Establishment participate in the program this i las!!! I could determine, all the potential
it?" I calling for ftOO officers year with hopes!
'--,- I 20 warrants and 6,000 enlisted I, The Suggestion Committee Is! contfol.;
< ..
a Molly: How come you call your I women, the Navy Is re- ... making every effort to assume ----- _-_-_-"----- '-

boy friend Pilgrim" 'l'rultlnglomf' i76 women every prompt processing of all suggestions -
Mary: "CaulJc'uy time hf I'I five or six weeks. The full strength RING HEADLINKK-Holder submitted. STATION

calls! he makes a little I'r.gl, ('1115." calls for the Army to have 500 officers of many I***! and nervier middleweight Boxes suggestions! are placed -

" --- "''I 75 warrant officers, and < title. 1'''' Patterson in most departments] for em

Sailor: "Have you heard the refrigerator 7,500 enlisted women; Marines!, 100 of Jax-Navy ulll share the twin ployees' convenience. However 11WM500-]\ ---j
t song ?" I officers, 10 warrant officers, and main event along with lightweight suggestions can be submitted directly -

( GaJ"HOWdoe.itgof-: :IsOOO enlisted! women; Air Force Joe Martin In nextweek's to the Recorder, Beneficial 1100-17oo-'rld81

Sailor: "Freeze ft Jolly good fel I :300 officers, 40 warant officers, smoker at M.h.ld" l .txlitoriuin. Suggestion Committee, building J 001)-2fot

low" I and 4,000 enlisted women 450.

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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 27 January 1949

WAVES Cagers I ,

Entertain Rivals I \


Here Friday NiteThe

NAS WAVES hoopsters, are

(slated for another home court

stand at NATTC Auditorium tomorrow nTr

night when they meet 0 ? ?a. crY r
the Pepsi-Cola sextette in the preliminary Ii

.event. to the Jax-Navy- l amii

Fort! Benning cage fray.

This past week the local elrlsin ,

blue dropped their first and Ilk' 5 3x1 >
S : : a
second engagements. but came fi t
back against Fernandma last I

Thursday night, 2117. The Waycrou' 0
Amazons overcame a 16-8''

first half WAVE lead in handing A

the NAS belles their first setback M

of the season. The Navy sextette p
24-15 decision to Pepsi- >
dropped a 2, e th
Cola in the Girls' City Basketball ?t

loop the following night will comeback
for tomorrow nightIn ii t
revenge r : t S
a non-league game J4 .
Monday night Coach Skip Mo-

ser, will lead her crew to Pensacolato
tangle with the Gosling lassies 0

The Pensacola sextette has been

unable to notch a single win over
theNAS Jax team in the la"t'I'


In the first half City Loop title

playoff against Pepsi-Cola last
week the local combo pared bv

Moser held a 15.12 lead with four

minutes to play but 11a desp ate

effort to pull the contest out ot i

the fire the to Pepsi team the first racked stand up! iii ,'!' ."*,$Ir:! f"" i ir."*,..;' t.). aT. '. __ _",....,__ ........... _.'_ .,,_ ........'..........., '.'... ...., m._" or_...... .. ..n_ _mm ...-
32: points gain FVsf cot'UT \(1'IOna..I'thll.J! addicts l gut plenty In the IVtly\ of the loraK. Ia\is CM.. of Florida and Doll\ ((21)) go iij> fir
Illl -
Alice J.'ltzpa t { spaikc
bunting. off tinb1.uKlio.ini In :No.' 2 'a\'IiIl\\: :' lonlt this one 6H-49.
Jai \ acmirtmen
\ui of action hen in recent dur us the coilone
the, winners' led with. local" '\'l'1pOint makers tinned> their winning.,\ %, rUritla" ; Frll..h and -J.vx'Sa\,\' 1'lIla v in a .V real fI -hl fur the bull K put 1111| by U' .11'l.lldge: : : nr 'a'II. in pit I
Moser th
UnJ point
< ti.tltle for po-s.'ssioii of the. b. '1I11I photo :'1.41. 1. Imula men .hn\lll lure :No.' :a, as team ni.itiKiilh, Lu\arr I 1111) !sl.in.N iiy in Ihl'1 S

with ten\ are ( al\i-ro I'HI.) Powell (d't! and I .|i>linv>n ( '.''i.) \\ hilt, :\n.n: !I. I fray' willi ernaiuliiia, taken" by the local-, 1I>-1!>, _

-1 I I I I

2 Clubs Head EM Bowlers
Unbeaten .. 9Qunt .

Hot Loop ScrambleIn RaceWith Adds Stetson To Streak Team Gain Station BerthsFive

competition becoming .
-- --- -- I
keener as the season piogresses, Benning Doughboys Here top-notch ki-glers from theenlisted

the enlisted mt'n's bowling league men's bowling league bltll'

still sports a ftrst-pla deadlock, Jax-Navy Court gel out high scores to gain th
sharing I Weekend Skirmishes !
with Hospital Dispensary For
inside track for bertha on th iNaval
the top spot. Slate Reminder Air Station bowling squat

The Hospital squad gained seven : 0 I 1 A rampaging undefeated Jax-Navy cage combination I the stars witha
Leading tenpin
points over the past two weekjto J I Jax-Navy's basketball menu extended its winning streak to ten straight by drubbing a 188 pin average for four line:
catch up with the Dispensary : for the week;: I i
I coming
w- t6 in thrilling
team, which has been resting in Tomorrow night at 2000 at I fast Stetson University aggregation, a was Louis Novak of Dispensaryenlisted
the start of the : encounter on the latter's court Tuesday. team Novak who is also
first place since I NATTC Auditorium, Fort Ben: : _. with
----- the enlisted tourney
-- leading
tournament Chief Petty Officers vs Nas Jax. With the count tied at 41-41
I stan of the Tampa five came a. 174 average, compiled scores of
who shared the top spot with the Fort Benning vs in
Saturday, : with five minutes remaining:
I with 13 for his team. I 155. 213, 192. and 191 to cop the
Hospital last week, dropped several I NAS Jax at NATTC Auditor the game the locals were equal to o .
Five Itow with a 751 totalEd \
Orlando first place pin
recent crucial to slip determined
games ium at 2000.Monday the occasion by instituting a
into fifth place. Right on the heels 31 Jan. NAS Jax vs I II' spirited offense in the Keeping in top form, the Jax- McNight, another outstanding

of the loop leaders is VF-81, followed -I NAS Pensacola at Pensacola, dying moments to ice the fray Navy basketeeis: also topped the enlisted bowler, finished ser.ond .
by FASP.ON 6. FU. i o Orlando Air Force Base last weekat with an average of 177. Mi'-
Capable kegling by Louis o'akand Center Chris Christenson pacedthe the NATTC Auditorium, 7130. Night who carries the banners of

Bob Hubbard enabled Dispensary t, i I II I victors and with Paul 11 points,netted while I The clash was dominated by local the Hospital posted an aggregate:

to gain a 4-0 decision over Paul King Petty : scoimg all the way, the NAS cag- of 710. Mi-Night is also! second: lu
the CI'Os.tUlnt'd in a 591 I[ Tennis Enthusiasts 9 apiece. Benjamin and Brooks era holding a 31-19 lead at halftime high average of the station tout
were the big guns for Stetson, tallying -
total, while Hubbard disposed nament.
pin I 16 and 13 respectively.
of 555 pins. Schoeder topped 551 : Initiate Practice Although no men went out of the An Operations( maple-splitter,
pins for the losing Chiefs ,I Getting off to a late tart this game via the foul route, the miscues John King, knocked over 675 total
Hospital captured a close 3.1 '1 I Owen V llIams, 1948 Seventh season the Fort Banning basket- were plentiful with 34 personals pins to finials third, compiling

Win from the Marines last week, Naval District Tennis championship eers coached by Bob Phillips, ex- called: in the contest. an average of 169. Bob Weberlu

and FASRON 6 gained a forfeit and the only member: of last Michigan State ace were unableto I Jacksonville leaped off to a Cut covets the lanes for FASRON t It

over :NARTU 0 & R, led by Al I year's team left at NAS Jax begansupervision get their campaign started until start, piling up a considerable\ lead garneded ai\ average ot 16* for

Truruki, won over VA-84 and Operations o of drills for station last week Sporting a rangy before the visitors could get their the fourth highest qualifying tal.I .

took a set from VF-81 I candidates of the tennis team last I quintet\ the Doughboys are expected bearings. The Orlando team rallied ly.I His four game total was 671.
the week week at the Ship's Service\ wnirU. : to give Coach Boerner's latter of the first the
during past I once in the: part Finishing number five in
I tht'irI
The CPOs rolled a 926 high Anyone interested in trYing out crew plenty of trouble on half, but failed to narrow the margin Jax-Navy team \tryouts, Bill Inkoif

game total to take honors last for a berth on the team can contact I two day visit. The Benning tutor to any extent rallied to score a 6il! and a liB

week, while Dispensary compiledthe Williams at exl. 611, or report will probably start Bob Kinnatd Paul Petty of the NAS team average.
three honors with on the practice court after 1530 and Leon McCiary at forwards team
high game led the scoring parade, netting 19 I A schedule for the station
2V/ pins. Novak retains his, high where the nellers" are practicing: : Bob Nixon or Ed Echols at the points on eight baskets and three has not yet been released, but thrPhysical
game mark of 216. dally I pivot post, Phil (Cheiokee) Smith 0 and Keeieatioi' '
and. _Dale .McClam__ __ at the__ guards. gratis tosses. He was by Training ..
n '
Red Doll who seized 14 markersBuddy department: al)11011l11'1"1lIaL on
Picking Up SteamMarines X: .\s G'!, Cherry Point Uibson contributed 11 would be forthcoinig within a to' \ '

The locals: took on the Cherry : points for the visitors days, I
__ __ \
Point Marines at the NATTC Auditorium -- -- -
Snare American Title I
II last Monday evening:' and, HomeDebul :
when: the final whistle had blown, Jax Ringmen In .
NationalAlthough the visitors were On the short end
As 2 Clubs Fight
of a 62-18 score Next Week With Covemen I

results ot .smeral un- For the winners, towering Lon
Final games in the National Christensen bore the brunt of the
played light contests the may final vast lust a round different Hoop loop) are Mated next week load, tallying 17 points., Paul Petty Boxing fans will j get their Joe Martin and Pat Patiei! <.maic

landings of on the :National: League with little change in the current and Red Doll each garnered 13 first ulimiwtf of the 1M9!) Naval elated to meet a pair ot!' "ouKit

intra-mural cage loop the Marine standings expected. Games include o markers for the local tam Air Station boxing squad Green Cove rlll -l1Il"n in the twin

quintet sewed-up first half American Radio Central vs NARTU ; Operalions Ray Hooper came through with in action next Tl1lll'sdar night o mam events Both local! colorbearers ( -

loop bunting early this week, vs Supply; Hospital vs nine field, throws and live flee local won close decisions ii\ i-r
the power-lad
With five wins and no losses on Coml<'air. Mauler va VU, and I shots to tally 23 points for thelosers when their opponents two weeks ago
their record Personnel vs Dispensary: on Mon and register the highest individual leather-pushers climb throughtho and have tuned up for th.' fist-ilui-

With results of yesterday's National day. On Wednesday: Supply vs score in the encounter! I ropes at the :\fainsideAlIIlilorilll1 o >'y next week.
NARTU, Dispensary vs Operations Top !Had) Five mix with
League clash between the I \ to a I J'r'lmi..lnlC't14lu
undefeated NARTU and Personnel VU vs Radio Central; Hos- Led by Lon Chiistensen, who rugged ring squad from tlrcen : Richard Beck, NAS btntnin-
and Personnel\ field and bucketed
pital vs Mauleis scored seven throws
the : Chuck Abalon -
fives not available, top weight, and anpecled "\
rung remained in the hands of the ConsFatr.S'l'tNIINt4 one charity shot for 15 Cove Springs.A I to renew their ring teuii( '
flashy Personnel combo, this peat : points, the locals kepi their win I't.tUIImatl'!\ between the Beck declsioned Abdlon jt lr'nCote ;
:> l'WI1.;; I.K.U.I'E: : streak alive by beating Mai'Dill two rivals, next week's home card
weel in a real loeloloeslu i .t/i.
IVun Lnrl )'14. Air under w.iy at 201),).
Field, 70.59, at the Tampa gets
I ItesiiltH AnnouncedIn PERSONNEL; 1\ I) 1lNltTU I Local welterweights Ronnie\ Iu-
Force Base last Saturday l''l'nll1g.I I The eight b ml card, which huh
National.league games played 5 j 1Uizoiurrr.u. well and Ray: Hall will bo 1It'l'k"lthdr it;
two week '
MacDill drew first 'en through a process
::1 'l 6 The quintet
this past week Corn Fair edged I initial wins fur ICES .1 i'
I>ISPtN-\RY': 3:1: 6 blood, but Christensen and Ace of maUh-malung by "Chips": Chip-
Kadi.. Central, 19-44 ; Supply whipped Ol'tJtATIU-I: ::1 1 6 both I pironl, local boxing: tutor, and I Both of these -Iax! leather-sluu'
Woolbrighl began tegialeiing
Dispensary, 32-20; Operations SUI'P1.Y ::1:1: 6 lost their bouts by 1'.1'.0. "i'
:1 3: 4 Held and flee: shot right and lett.lio )IM P.iria. Green Cove manager, ..
topped the Hosital, 37-31 NARTU ('Oll'AiIt Green Cove Hal JIcKiniu[ ?, \ *;
:\ULI'RS: :! :3 ( Wiggins of"tht"' MacDill squad is expected to bu a top-notch
trimmed the Mnulers li-36! VU JdX Welter, who dropped li'i 1'-
VU 1 t 2 went wild and garnered mx field smoker with plenty of punch.In o : a <
dropped a 31-44 decision to the R.tulu! (NTR.\I. 1 1 :2 local miltmen's initial ion to hU Creed: Cove advei-n\
league-lead Personnel l h'lIS-1 ..u:1IIUUU11: : : t: goals in the first peiiod, but at intermission I
two weeks ago, but hm been putishing -
the Covcnieu early this
Il'nn Lu.t J'h. the Jax-Navy team was win over
ters: Com Fair tripped haulers, 1') up for the coming tray
AIARiNEi :5 IJ month, thl" Jumltm captured five
'out front, 29.21. I
18-16 HAKTU smothered VU 6:)- S in
; R-J 1 Christensen took 'ill scoring bunOrs of the eight matches, which in- Alons 1 with the eight boulu pi'"i-
32; Operations .stopped Radio Central 'ASRON Ii 3:4: Ii .
38.30 Personnel smothered OVtHIIItlL1'10: with 1:5 points, followed by i eluded :i (pilr of win by newcom- mater Chlppironi{ expects to rout lout
; RKI'Mft 1 3 G Ace WIlt)!!"iloht; and Red DM, who era MiU Thomp.-on and Joe the card: with several j>ro und
and trimmed
48-32 I
Supply Dispensary.; 53-33.Hospital VAS SIATION hl/LICE. : 1 i t J Y:U i hid girnetvd 13: imecv. Hill Jnlin- Ljckv: via lh- KO. rout! < amateur: wrestling match



Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 27 January 1949

Cagers I

Entertain Rivals

Here Friday Nite j >

The NAS WAVES hoopaters arc t

slated for another home court
stand at NATTC Auditorium toMorrow

night, when they meet

the Pep l-Coa! sextette In the preliminary 4g'

event to the Jax-Navy- ,
Fort Benning cage fray.

This past week the local gjrls j

In blue dropped their first and

back necond. against engagements Fernandina, but came last cEb* j .- I IIiwc

Thursday night, 24-17. The Waycrollll' -
Amazons overcame a 16-8 t
first half WAVE lead In handing y. f w 'r y c ?eeti t ar'v _

the NAS belles their first setbackof
the season The Navy sextette % IirMa g v3c

dropped a 24-15 decision to Pepsi-

Cola in the Girls' City Basketball

'loop the following: night, will comeback
for revenge tomorrow night

in a non-league game. -
Monday night Coach Skip Moaer -

will lead her crew to Pensacolato }
tangle with the Gosling lassies }D a +l
The Pt'nlJacollIIl'xtelle has been :

unable to notch a single win over i
the NAS Jax team In the last five I

years.In th
the first half City Loop title Pi

playoff against Pepul-Cola last I _
week the local combo paced by '
Moxer held a 15-12 lead with four I dLik'ds

minutes to play but in a desperate : 1

effort to pull the contest out of

fire the team racked:
the Pepsi up
12 to the first round "HI ,m",,,,,,,,, _".........w ...-,_ -- -" '- "____..mmm' 'm' 'm"m m"__ no.., S SOD'nWL4'.A
bunting.points Alice gain Fit/ptittnk t sparked FAST COURT \T10S-Ua..kl"lha,1I addicts/ got plenty In the Petty of the locals, Dalit (31 of Florida and Doll (Zn go up for

the winners with :seven points way of action here In recent days. an the JI1Sa'ollrllllt'n continued one off the blackboard In >o. 2 Ja\-Navy' took flits one 8H49.A .

and Moaer led th> local point makers / their winning stays, Florida l''rosli and >Iivv-\a\y engage in a real fight for the bull Is put 1111| by NAVE; Sedge Bryant, In picture I
with ten battle for possession of the bull In photo >o, 1. Florida' men shovui No. :1, at teiun mate Knth Laare (III .stand by in. the \WAN;S

.. are C'ahrro i2l >, Putt elI tlii t anduhn.nu C2 2>, while No. 37 Is I fray wllli Ferii.uullna, taken! by the locals, 20-19.

2 Clubs Head Unbeaten Jax-Navy Quint EM Bowlers

Hot ScrambleIn

Loop RaceWith Adds Stetson To Streak Team Gain Station BerthsFive

competition becoming -- --- --- --
keener as the season progresses' Here
---- -- Benning Doughboys
top-notch keglers from the
the enlisted men's" bowling league'
I enlisted men's bowling I league bane -
still sports a first-place deadlock, Jax-Navy Court
Skirmishes ged out high scores to gain the
with Hospital and Dispensary sharing For Weekend I
inside track for berths on the
the top spot. Slate ReminderJaxNavy's
Naval Air Station bowling squad
The Hospital squad gained seven I A rampaging: undefeated Jax-Navy cage combination

points over the past two weeksto basketball menu extended its winning streak to ten straight by drubbing: a I Leading the ten-pin stars with
for four lines
catch with the Dispensaryteam a 188 pin average
up for the coming :
whith has been resting in Tomorrow night at 2000 at fast Stetson University aggregation, 19-16 in a thrilling I was Louis Novak of Dispensaryenlisted

first place since the start of the NATTC Auditorium, Fort Ben I encounter on the latter's court Tuesday. team Novak who is also
___ ____,_ the enlisted witha
tournament." Chief Petty Officers, ning vs Nas Jax. With the count tied at 41-41 --- -- I leading tourney
who shared the top spot with the Saturday, Fort Benning vs with five minutes remaining in ston of the Tampa five came next 174 average compiled scores of

Hospital last week" dropped several NAS Jax at NATTC AudItor- the game the locals were equal to with 13 for his team. 155, 213, 192, and 191 to cop the,

recent crucial games to slip ium at 2000.Monday the occasion by instituting a de- Orlando FHe Bows first place with a 751 pin total.

into fifth place.' Right on the heels 31 Jan. NAS Jax vs termined, spirited offense in the I 1 Keeping in top form, the Jax- Ed McNight, another outstanding -

of the loop leaders is VK-81, followed NAS Pensacola at Pensacola, j| dying; moments to ice the fray. I Navy basketeers. also topped the enlisted bowler finished sec
by KASP.ON 6. Fla. I Orlando Air Force Base last weekat ond with an average of 177. M, -
Center Chris Christenson pacedthe
Capable keglmg by Louis Novak t I'! the NATTC Auditorium. 71-30. Night who carries the banners of
victors with 11 points, while
and Hob Hubbard enabled Dispen-1 I Paul King and Paul Petty netted I' The clash was dominated by local I the Hospital posted an aggregateof
airy to gain a 4-0 decision over I scoring all the way the NAS cag- 710. McNight is also second in
the CPOs. Novak turned in a 591 I Tennis Enthusiasts 9 apiece. Benjamin and Brooks ers holding a 31-19 lead at half- high average of the station tour
were the big guns for Stetson, tal-
pin total, while Hubbard disposed time. nament.
I 16 and 13 respectively.
lying points
of 555! pins Schoeder topped 551 Initiate PracticeOwen I Although no men went out of the i, An Operations maple-splitter' ,
pins for the losing Chiefs. Getting off to a late" start thisst'lL'Ion game via the foul route, the miscues I John King, knocked over 675 total
I Williams, 1948 Seventh the Fort Benning basket-
Hospital captured a close 3-1 with 34 -
were personals pins to finish third, compiling:
win from the Marines last week, Naval District Tennis championship eers coached by Bob Phillips, ex- I called in the contest. I of 169. Bob Weber who)
an average
and FASRON 6 gained a forfeit I and the only member of last Michigan State ace, were unable I Jacksonville leaped off to a fast covers the lanes for FASRON t Ii

over NARTU. O & R, led by All' year's team left at NAS Jax began I to get their campaign started until start, piling up a considerable lead garneded an average of 168 for

Trunskl l. won over VA-84 and Operations supervision of drills for station last week. Sporting a rangy before the visitors could get their the fourth highest qualifying tal
took a set from VF-81 candidates of the tennis team" last quintet the Doughboys are expected rallied
bearings The Orlando team ly. His four game total was 673.
during the past week week at the Ship's Service Courts. to give Coach Boerner'screw once in the latter part of the first : Finishing number five in the

The CPOs rolled" a 926 high Anyone interested in trying out plenty of trouble on their I half, but failed to narrow the margin Jax-Navy team tryouts Bill Inkoif

game total to take honors last for a berth on the team can con- two day visit. The Benning tutor to any extent. ,. rallied to score a 651 and a 161

week, while Dispensary compiledthe tact Williams at ext. 611 or reporton will probably start Bob Kinnard I'I'I I, Paul Petty of the NAS team average.A .

high three game honors with the practice court after 1530 I and Leon McCrary at forwards, led the scoring parade, netting 191 schedule for the station team

2':\<>9 pint. Novak retains hu high where the netters are practicing : Bob Nixon or Ed Echols at the points on eight baskets and three'': has not yet been released, but the
Phil Cherokee) Smith
mark of 2(6. daily pivot post.
game I followed and Recreationdepartment
He Physical
gratis tosses was by Training :
and Dale McClain at the guard I : I
Doll who scored 14 aqnouneed that Oil"-
I Red
Picking Up Steam \.\S 6'J, Point 48
Cherry Buddy Gibson mal'Kt'I's'l would be forthcoiulg within a few
The locals took on the Cherry I points for the Visitors. days
Point Marines at the NATTC Auditorium 1- -- -- ----- -- -
Title -
Marines Snare American 1I
I last Monday evening and,, I
when the final whistle had blown Jax Ringmen In Home Debui! %

As 2 Clubs Fight For NationalAlthough i I the visitors were on the short end"

:, of a 62-4S score. Next Week With Covemen I
results of several un-' For the winners, towering Lon
Final games In the National Christensen bore the brunt of the
1IIIIyetl contests may cast a different -
Hunt on the final first round Hoop loop are slated next week load, tallying 17 points. Paul Petty Boxing fans will get their I Joe Martin anJ Pat Pattersonare

standings oj the National League ; with little change In the current : and Red Doll each garnered 13 first glimpse of the I1. 19 Naval slated to meet a pair of rough

Intr'a-mural cage loop the Marine standings expected." Games include i markers for the local team. I Air Station boxing squad Green Cove ring-men/ in the I twin

quintet sewed-up first half American Radio Central vs NARTU; Operations I Ray Hooper came through with in action next Thursday night I main events. Both local: color-
loop bunting early this week, vs Supply; Hospital vs nine field throws and five free local bearers won close decisions over
with five wins and no losses on ComFair, Mauler vs VU; and shots to tally 23 points for the when the power-laden( their opponents two weeks ago

their record Personnel vs Dispensary on Mon losers and register the highest Individual leather-pushers climb through and have tuned up for the fistflurry -

With results of yesterday's' National day. On Wednesday Supply vs score in the encounter. tho ropes at the :Mainside next week.

League clash between the NARTU; Dispensary vs Operations Top .MarDill FILed \'(- I Auditorium to mix with a l'rom..11l1t11.....

UiuiefettteU NAHTU and Personnel ; VU vs Radio Central; Hospital by Lon Christensen who rugged ring squad from Green Richard Beck NAS bantam-
and Personnel va field and bucketed -
Maulers scored throws
vs seven
five not available, the top weight, and Chuck Abalon are expected -
rung remained in the hands of the Com Fair. one charity shot for 15 I Cove Springs.A to renew their ring feud
STAMHVO: I points, the locals kept their win I return match between the
flashy, Personnel combo this past Beck declsioned .Aba Ion at Gwen
\1'WS.\I. I.KAM: : streak alive by beating l MacDill: two rivals next week's home card it.
we-eU. Cove in a real toe-to-toe. slugi>><
N'oi I.ort I'h. Field' 70-59 at the Tampa Air gets under way at 2000.\
I"ull"II"ttUnt't't I
R.NNEL 6 I o Jl Local welterweights Ronnie [)u-
: I The eight b.iut card, which has
Force Base last Saturday evening.
In National league 5 U 10
games N.\ItTU
well and Ray Hall will be seekingtheir
this: past week, ComFuir edged llosm rAz. J 2 6 The MacDill quintet drew first been through a two week process
initial NS: Jax
wins for
lISF'ENSARY 3 3 6ol'EltATIoNS match-making by "Chips" Chip-
blood, but Christensen and Ace of
IUdu Central, 4JM4; Supply whipped : 3 3 6 Woolbright began registering both II paronl local boxing; tutor, and i iKd Both of these Jat UMtlier-slingi't
Dispensary 32-29; Operationstupped SUI'PI.Y :1 J eCO'IE'AIR I lost their bouts by TKO at
Parr, Green Cove '
:l:1M.JUnS 4 field and free shots right and left. manager
the H 81tal, 37-31 : NAHTU '
[ N AS
Green/ Cove. HltlIc'lnll.y! ,
3 4 to be a top."Oll'h' :
: l I Bo Wiggins/ of'"tht"Mac squad ''IS expected ,
(rimmed the Maulers 15-36; VUUiopped
2R.UIO Jax \Vt-1tt'r. who driiwIon
1 I dropped' a
VU i went wild and garnered six field smoker with plenty of purnlr. i
a 34-44 decision to the C"NTR/\I.: t 1 2 adveiHI
to hu tirvert Cove \
in first but at intermission In the local: nuttmen's initial :
l"tllt\ltl-I":1tmg': Personnel hoops- AFMRI.tI.E.eur; : / : goals the (period I
two weeks but has been polishing !'
troll 1..,. l'ts.. the Jax-Navy team was win over the Covemen early this ago
Lets: Cum I'-alr tripped Maulers l\I\RIN"'i 5 \I 111RJ out in front, 29-21. month, tilt"-J oxl\I"n captured five up for the coining May
H-ltJ; NAUTU smothered VU 63- 4
a 1 honor the eight mitclioM, which included Along with the eight bouts promoter
32; Operations stopped Radio Central 'ASRON Ii J 2 6OVERIIAUL Christensen took all scoring of ; (
38-30 Personnel smothered .: AND JR with 15: points, followed by a pair of wins by newcomer I Chippironi[ expects to round.
:I'AUt 3' 2 It Ace Woolbrisht and Rod Doll, who Mike Thiwrrwon( and Joe out the' card with several pro und
43-32 and trim-
: '
Supply Hospital
ml Dispensary. 53-33. VA: III i'JI.ICE 0)1 :7 J (0 23I'ATIOt'I hid garnered 13: apiece Uill John- LackyH: tits 1<.0. lout I amateur wrt jCUng mutches.WAVES .