Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 1949
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Boys' Baseball Clinic Will Open Here In March I i

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Vol. 6-No. 46Headquarters 17 February 1949 j

Y of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District t:


<;... a f 'Air Group Four

Arrives At ..NAS


5 Squadrons From NorfolkTo

Augment Air Group Eight

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Carrier Air Group Four, the third air group to become

part of the new air command Fleet Air Jacksonville, arrived

at the Naval Air Station, from its former home at

Norfolk Va. .

The new group which will aug-
ment Carrier Air Group 8, already i----------
based at the Naval Air Station I iI NAS AssistanceTo
was preceded by Carrier Air Group

n_..____. '% s 17 which arrived from Quonset
rL -.' Point, R. I. in midJanuary.Made Confab
up of five squadrons two
FtntNCt-Naval: : Air Station 1 \. attack and three fighter, Air Group
and City of Jacksonville, official : .Jo. \ 4 Is a thoroughly trained and coordinated I Wins High PraiseExpressions
pledged Joint cooperationin ;. group under the com- ,

the newly orjfanl/ed Jav-; ".'................. ... .. :3 mand of Comdr. J. J. Southerland I
: !
: Itaneball '. USN. of gratitude and ap
Navy ItnyV Training; .. I
{'Ii III I' uliich Mill start here Approximately 100 officers and' predation for the support given
March 12. Front\ roI..rt to ri ] 600 enlisted men comprise the new during the Regional Safety Conference -
r right Oapt. C. U Lee, chief of r.: ... : r I group from Norfolk, most of I II held at the Naval Air Sta-

Maff, Coml'alrJux; ; :Mayor C. :"'i ". .. ... .. .. .. ,':.:. whom have Just returned from a I II tion recently, were forwarded t<)
"... ., :
'f FrankVlillehead and rapt* A. : ;: :. : : I[ Mediterranean cruise aboard the I Capt. A. I. Malstrom, NAS commanding *
]. :MaNtrom, NAS commandingofficer. .' J I U.S.S. Franklin D. Roosevelt, one Officer by Rear Adm. P.
\ Standing:, left to right, of the Navy's three largest car I B. Nibecker, Chief of Office of
Arnold Kinnefrock, spurt editor riers. ; Industrial Relations Washington,
t' of the Florida Times- .. Most of the personnel of the new D. C.
Union; Comdr.: F. J. Broth, executive : unit aj-e seasoned veterans of com- In his letter Admiral Nibecker
1 officer NAS; N. L. :MillINon bat and a good many of them have stated:
Hupcrlnteiiilent of tin City had previous tours of duty at NAS "The Office of Industrial Relations -
Department of Recreation; L. L. Jacksonville. The group is expected wishes to express its appreciation
;McI.iiciiH athletic director of to be operating on full ached- for the effective and gen.
public i HclioqU I ; Joe Livingston, ule by March 1, following completion !! erous support given at the subject
.port* editor of the Jacksonville of a special training. !i iI Conference to its Safety Branch
Journal and I.t, Gf'C1rgeUCll'rn* I Heading the various squadrons by the Commanding Officer of the
r, USMCK: Ja"-. llvy Imsket- are: Comdr. T. V. Swanson, VA-\ Jacksonville Naval Air Station,
lUll (coach Mho Mill lie directorof 45. ; Lcdr. Miller VA-44; Lcdr. R.I Capt. A. I. :Malstrom, and the station
the training ('II III I). On the '.: I C. Coats, VF-43; Comdr. J. personnel. The needs of the
light I ii Mason Held, the scene of Sweeney, VF-42; and Lcdr. J. P.I I Conference were intelligently anticipated
the camp j Adams VF41.Baseball. I and those conductingth

---- ---- -- ---- --- -- -_-_-.. __ ______ ,I sessions were given continuous -

ax-Navy Baseball Camp Candidates ''I I support is difficult in to all include particulars.It in any.

To Hold Gathering listing the names of all those who>
4 Aspirants for the 1919 Jax- contributed to the success of the
Navy baseball team will meet Conference. However the Office of

Cre ted For TeenAgers'YOUllg I Monday Feb. 21 at 0930 at the Industrial Relations especially
Physical Training ofifce. build- wishes to express its gratitude for
ing 726. the fine cooperation and supportof
baseball enthusiasts from this area will be flocking to' the Naval Air Station All candidates wishing to try the Industrial Relations DIvision

next month to gain fundamentals of the game at the Jax-Nayy Boys' Baseball Training out for the club are requestedto of the Air Station.
"The BOQ attendants were cour-
Camp which was formed last Friday at a meeting in the Administration building here. attend this meeting,_-' (Continued on Page 2)
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Sponsored Jointly for youngstersby
I the Naval Air Station and the '
Cuban Officers
Visitor Lauds I City of Jacksonville, the school INDVY Pugilists Defend-
for boys in the 13-19 year age ; Methods
group will be conducted at :Mason j Study

Good Work Field. i! Two Cuban Naval Officers, Lt
Capt. A. I. Malstrom, NAS com
Agiulmo Conde Soto and Lt. I ijgiI I II Golden Gloves Crown
manding officer, presided over the
Relations I Antonio Garcia Fernandez began
meeting at which he gave the
I I observations and studies of the
I school his blessing and led the I station's Overhaul and Repair department 1 Some eighteen fistic gladiators carrying the banners of
.IIS was bestowed upon discussion on plans. The newly administrative and Naval Air Station defense of their 1918 Golden
High praise I created school also received the ,: productive the opened
the Naval Air Station's Industrial ''whole-hearted support of Mayor C. | methods and techniques, Gloves team championship last night at the Duval County
Division Wil- : this week
Relations by 1 Frank Whitehead of Jacksonille, j i Armory in the first session of the three-day Jacksonville
director of civilian
liam C. Renz,
to the Industrial
assigned -
who pledged his cooperation. I II I
Naval Operatons, Wash- j Journal-WJHP Golden Gloves tournament.
personnel office for
i "I think it is good for the boys management .
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ington, D. C., who spent three '! (Continued nil Page 3) I the purpose of acquiring an over- {i A total of six teams, comprising Lackawanna Park from Jackson.
here last week studying the I boxers will I
days all view of the department organizational about 78 participate ville, and Valdosta, Ga.
program in operation. structure, they are scheduled in the mad scramble for the
The civilian personnel director : to spend some time in each 1919 laurels. Teams entered are The tourney, which got underway
termed the Industrial Relations ;; Station Featured group, office and production division 1 Jax-Navy St. Petersburg Panama last night continues tonight,
-l with. the finals slated .
Division here as "one of the best of the department. City_!and Tyndall }Field Fla., Friday.By
combining the squared-circla
the In Radio ProgramA --- ----- -- ---- -
In country.
I II ,
talents of NAS Jax and Green
<:: '.: .
Outstanding In modern efficiency I thrice-weekly All-Navy radio I II ... .. : ,'.. .". Cove ring teams the combina-
the local Industrial Relations'. show, featuring enlisted news from I : tion, labeled Jax-Navy, will be out
system is geared closely to management I the Naval Air Station items of I to retain the title it gained last!
so as to accomplish the Interest to all Navy personnel, 1 year
best results, Mr. Renz noted. popular recordings and Interviews, Twelve members of the Jax-
Present figures reveal an employment made its debut Monday over radio Navy squad are Green Cove products
of 5,000 persons, approxi- station WJVB, Jacksonville Beach. : and many of them appeared
mately 3,000 of whom are employed Produced by Stanley Beaton and in the smoker at the :Mains ide auditorium .
at tfie station's huge Overhaul / this month.
announced by Lyle Williams the early
andjlepair department, 700 j half-hour Navy show is broughtto Martin Will Kid
at Supply and Fiscal Office and listeners each Monday, Wednes- The remaining six, the cream of
1,000 with Public Works. The rest day and Friday at 1730. WJVB is the NAS Jax crop, are led by '43
are associated with miscellaneous Golden Glove lightweight titleholder
1010 on the dial.
activities., Chief Offenhauser who Joe Martin. Martin hall
Renz left last Thursday for has appeared prominently in printof I --.<, ." ..-.. ""'"" ... .....--,,-- won two bouts this year and In
Washington where he wilt soon late for his participation in the FAST ]MIDOKT PLANK i.ln.W..k..lldVarrlor.; : Lt. ready to add to his laurels. Featherweight *
become affiliated with the Bureauof "old cannonball" Incident, will be Thomas HeUel. a member of XAKTU's VMF., Ill visited the bane. last Mel Thompson, lightweight /
Aeronautics, connected with a guest on Friday's program. Other ueek-eiHl with his midget plan with which he placed third In the I. Joe Lasky and Can Quil-
the Industrial Relations Divisionat station personnel will make I Continental Trophy NM.W at the Miami Air Maneuvers early last '' lon, and heavies Ray Adkins and
the Naval Development station, guest appearance from tim to month. IMrtel attained a. speed eel 170.001 mile per hour during the John McKay make their initial
(Continue' oa Page S) time. r+oe. I (Continued .u Page 2)) .

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Pope Two JX AIR NEWS 17 February 1949

Jax Air News SUPPLY Not New NuggetsNew

Editorial Office 0 o a > o0 merchandise! Lots of

South Wing, Lower Deck sweet and dainty
SALI.t. S1i1t1E1' baby things--- ,

Bldg. 930 j low in price.

Telephone Extension", -8184 MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM N Visit the Not-New Shop for

Andrew II. )'1.nrr, KdiUr Movies| : W"'k-claUSO aiitl 2000; wf'f'k-l'ncJU30 and 2000. bargains In Children's clothingand ...

Das lanattl. Chpt l' Mh..J- TiirnsnAY baby furniture.Summer .
Staff Writers is Just around the
"STRANGE GAMBLE" With Hopalong Cassidy and Andy Clyde.FUIDAY ; IUTS-- -Happiest person
The JAX AIR NEWS 111 published corner and we also have a good
weekly at the U. S, Naval Air Station I In Supply this week is Howard of women's cottons
Jacksonville, Florida, and pi Int.Hi "HIS WAS A WOMAN" featuring Sonia Drecdel and Barbara Steen of Stock Control who Is representing supply while
.mmt'lcially with non-appropilated White. I' the department in this Come see for yourself
funds nt no expense to the jo\nrnment SATURDAY they last!
find In compliance with 51i'CNIIChculftr I inspection Commission sales are handled
Letter 45J918 dated 12 December 1943. LETTER TO THREE WIVES" starring Jeanne ..crain and coast installations, from Frisco to

Copies are distributed free of chnrg I Linda Darnell. Diego Arthur Allen, in Ac- on Tuesday only, donations arealways
at the Naval Air Station, the Naval MONDAY"PLOT welcome
Air Reserve Training I Unit, Naval Auxiliary I counting, celebrated the purchaseof Not-New Shop hours 1000
Air Station.. Cecil field, and the TO KILL ROOSEVELT" with Derek Farr and Marta his new home 'by giving a house- to 1400 and Thursdayat

U, S. Naval Hospital I Laba rr. warming last Tuesday night Tuesday
I the Hobby Shop, Building
TI'tSnAANU: UKDXKSDAY: attended.The .
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member ol which many Supply-era 913
the Ships' Kditoilal; Association and I "JOHN LOVES MARY" featuring Ronald Reagan, Jack Carson Department was well repre-

the Armed Forces Press Sri Ice. Reproduction I and Patricia Neal, sented at Tampa's Gasparilla Car-

of matel'lalom these nival with Alice Salyard, Ruth NOT NEW SHOP IIOt'KS
bear credit line Repub- I
must a
Deal Ion of other matter, except by Crozier, Betty Lotz, Richard Mc- Not New Shop Hours-IOC*}

service) publications Is prohibited without l i NAS Assistance Cracken and several others in at- to 1400 Tuesday, Wednesday

NEWS.pel mission of Editor JAX AIR CPO NotesThe I j (Continued from Page 1) I tendance. Betty stayed the week and Thursdays at Hobby Shop,

additional 913.Breezing.
---- ------- out and witnessed the many Building

< teous and eager to make the ac- '; parades and carnivals the

StandardizationOf Chiefs' golf tournament is j commodations comfortable; the festival offered$75.00 .to. .the Supply Museum contributed -i Around

scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 19 1 service personnel at the Training
Fund its freewill donation
Items with tee-off time at 0900. A fee building went out of their way to last week. The museum will be I I ACCESS'2.JE& R .

Military of $1.00 has been posted. Hidden I provide the facilities which were able to use the fund for purchase I DIVISION -

prizes will be available and a but. i required; and the transportationwas of a building, whether or not it is 'I With all the work that has been

luncheon will to be the site now hoped for. here the Instrument .
Being AnalyzedStandardization fet follow completionof adequate and punctual. All If present plans ferment, L. R. going on around ,
the matches ,I shop has been forced to fx-
hands were made to feel they were Jax
Hill to
i I expects to transfer I I
Simonton reports that
BINGO Feb. 18 pand.
of some 300 baric Friday, at welcome guests, and it is hoped 'Post Office the first of next bomb.I
In the
2000. The has zoomed she has been working .
items of clothing and equipment Jackpot that they conducted themselves in month. .' Sincere best wishes
I i because it had the only
with sight shop
in the armed forces is now ,I plenty of other worthwhile such a manner as to cause a min- I for a rapid recovery to Otto Wehn- I I, available work benches :MabEl

under study by a select committee prizes to be given away. : imum of inconvenience to the sta- : er, who is now in St. Luke's hos attended theGasparilla
Griffin and "Rusty"
of Army, Navy and Air Force I There will be a gE'oeral'assemblymet'tlng ff' tion." II I pita!. Brother Wehner will appreciate i!, festivities over In Tam
21 at the club at
from are
officers 45
hearing you you
i 2000. All They watched the water parade
Chiefs to pa
Efforts are being made to "standardize are requested Two Texans were going on a out that way in the next few from aboard the yacht that led

such items as undershirts!, attend. camping trip. One was asked what i. weeks .. Betty Llschke's mother off From their glowing accountsof

belts, fatigue uniforms, and cap, I they were taking with them. He was once one of the famous "Gib. ,I the week-end. I'll bet half of

goggles and nurses' uniforms, I INSIDE said his friend was taking a three- son Girls" and her portrait appeared Shop 742 will attend next ;year.

boots and thoes. stockings, socks, 'II gallon jug of whiskey for rattle- on a 1920 Redbook cover. I Amelie Gensinger was the recipient -

blanket and flying; equipment. Uni- PUBLIC WORKS snake bites. When asked what he Betty has a copy of the cover if of a beautiful trophy recently -

forms, insignia and, distinctive out- I was taking, he promptly replied, you want to see it, for winning first piize

er clothing of the various services, j As this week's column is being "Two rattlesnakes." Alumni; Tony Kohler, former in her photography club. Congratulations

will escape any attempt of standardization I written we are still enjoying our ly in Stock Control, Is now residing i I' Who knows you may

1 June in February weather-the Boot (Timidly approaching a I in Tampa Doris Tuskey, be known as the "Gainsborough cf

Although agreement has been sun is warm, the breezes are girl downtown) : "Excuse me miss, formerly in Inventory, will visit Photography" someday

reached on some items, there are balmy and it is noted that road but you look like Helen Black." Jax shortly, her home now being j!

still existing differences between maps are appt'arlnghere and thereon Miss: "Yes, I know but I look in New Mexico Bill Waters ] It looks as if there is defin-

items of the same category which desks as thoughts of vacations v'orse in brown" I sent his best regards from Tampato itely going to be a change here

are being studied. Some of the become more frequent "most everybody." He is back at !: soon. Murray Oleson, progress-

items and equipment in ques- Laurie the Several days after his father : his old job, managing a letter man, enlisted in the army. Guess
Rosenberg Jumped
in the of l died the it won't be long before he bids un
tI'n'ary' type com- Johnny was stopped on shop
and took a short trip to Ma-
bat service expected of them. gun street by a lady who Inquired, all good-bye. There are going to be
con last week, but the prize goes
Pointed out as an example are "What were your father's last Country Girl: "Paw's the best some broken-hearted lassie
to and Sam Graham
Ralph Mosley
shoes and boots Usually the rig- words ?" rifle shot in this country." around town soon Jimmy (I am
who left Sunday on a flying trip
orous outdoor training of the soldier I Johnny replied: "He didn't have City Slicker: "What does that just too handsome for words) Almond
to visit the Naval Air Stations,
require sturdy high combats, I any, ma was with him to the make me?" I is going to be married won.
Alameda, Calif., San Diego Calif., He told us so, so it must be tme.
while a sailor must have low cutshoes end. Country Girl: "My fiance. iII j
l and Corpus Christ, Tex. The trip
Gerry Nettles set out a lot of
which he
can put on quickly '
to be completed in a week's time
in I' gladiola bulbs the other after-

Such an items emergency.as Arctic mittens, is for a mutual exchange of ideas II 1 Commercial Bulletin I I I noon and we have.lt on good auth

cotton drawers, summer flying on the workings of the various ority that she ran out the next
Public Works
I departments. That'sfast
a, m, to see if these were
suits and flight face masks have any
: traveling for country boys! I' Bulletins III be accepted only until space U filled. Call ext. 8330. '
already been agreed upon for blooms That's rushing things! .
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I "Doc" Melsheimer is still setting -
standardization. Kitchen equipmEnt FUR SA1.K 'Cocker puppies registered mil weaned Mrs. Calhoun recently returned to

furniture, refrigeration, I the pace for sartorial ele- 1946 Chev. 4-door sedan. 36.000 actual $25: each. CHIT. Ph. 8-191M.! work here Yep, sure enough, one
I gance, although he may have com- miles 11193. Contact L. T. busier. '47 Buick l'OO19,000 miles A-l condi who used work
by one, to
electrical apparatus, leather products I petition soon, as J. H Lee has or- 4061 M) I'a St.. Ph. 2-2185. tion. Best offer Hal, VA-174. Cecil everyone
and office machinery are also Two-bunet' kerosene heater $7 Ext.: field. here Is returning Jack Simp.
being considered for study. dered some "tailor-made" shirts 8324. 2 pc. living room ..ull.I h..llt mahogany son has been coming to work
and as Lee is colorblind most !5-room house, small down payment of: twin hf'dllnd 3 hUI npr keiosrne lately looking like Dapper Dan
$700 f. 8.40 monthly payments also I heater. Ball, 44331 Woodmete SI.
anything can happen Have !I
furniture for JtiOO.I Gilbert, 4728Klngsbury Ph. 28319. himself Wanted: Ride horn
you noticed that Lt. Busbee is los- St.. Ph. 2-2667. '32 Chev. coupe Jlh truck: body, floodtranspoitatlon. | Evergreen Ave. at 12th St. to

: ing weight ? Olive "Magnolia" I Living room i ht-droom. dinette mite Reasonable.Velr, base. Also ride from f'helt"nixAn.
HospitalChatter Fleming came to work Monday $150. Bacon Ph. 5-76S3.! I'h. 2(8537.Rickenbaeker. .
between 11th and 12th Sta.
with swollen Chief's clothing, sl/e 40. Good condition. electric guitar with music -
morning a lipsaidit 3005-B 120lh St., Dewey Paik. $73.: 3531-A Craven St., Dewey Please see! :yours.truly in shop 0 2
was sun-burnt (ah youth) Ext. :514. }'IIIII. Elizabeth Mach

Helen Johnson and hubby '39 Plymouth 4-door, gout condition. Fryers and young pullets tor sale Ph. .
Paul seen going to somebody's $650 rash, $30 per month on $150. :24742.
Call Klndley at Ext. 8100. \\ttkelleld baby cairlage, Tullor-Tol
I wedding reception Sunday-and I 3 bedroom b, ick, mortem kitchen. Con stroller Smith 14343-A Child St. Navy Pugilists
The big Red Cross monthly': Alyce Taylor window-shopping at tact Jlllson at 1677 Geraldine Driveor 1941 Plymouth Station Wagon. New upholstery

; dance for all hands will be held i ir Cohen's Saturday afternoon Ph. 2-1611. good condition. Warm, 3535 II Continued
Feb. 22 at 2000 at the Mainside ', it's a small town 1940 Standard Chev. sedan In perfect Valencia Hoad. Ph. -::1l:17: : ( from Page 1)
I condition. Stubbs, 1721: Ubeity St. 1'UK SENT Golden Gloves showing under NAS
auditorium. For those who like to The Marines at the Gate have 1937 rley-Du\ldM. 80" motorcycle.Call 2 bedroom apt., Kherslrte duplex 'vlth colors. .
r trip the light fantastic, here is Dale };At. 233. elec. kitchen. Vacant March 1. $78 per
l' your opportunity to do so. Here it been having a fine time with Public Will swap my equity In 5-room house mo. 825: S. McUuff, 2-0377.. John Mc I Thompson scored an impressive
Works personnel-they shook for equity in house trailer. Samuel- Donald TKO over Ort'E'1Co'e's Billy
J is fellows, good music, good refreshments I Laurie Rosenburg's car down son. 4U5: Hercules Ave or Shop 1466O Ortega garage apt., electric kitchen. I in hIs
and plenty of girls. & R. Coon, };"t. 522.: Lundergan two weeks ago
twice in afternoon and then
Step right Up, and over, to the one Golf clubs. 8 registered Lawson Little I Widow will Shill home with congenial initial local appearance and will
Hall again as he was going out, made I Irons and 4 woods. One year old. Lt. Navy i-ouple. Ph. :2-851I7) utter 17(10. i be hard to cope with in the Gloves.
': Recreation Thursday night him come back inside and get a"guest" Col. Williams Kxt. 28 or 8235. Room In private home. ills Tuiner, I, Another to Golden Glove
Feb. 17 for the "Big News Par- 5-1 oom tliicro house with tile'oufing.. 0-76'M.! menace
I card to get out with be-
ty." There'll be games, girls, prlz- garage,; attached $17(10( down $50 per Bedroom In private home vvltli kltilienprivileges. I entries is Joe lAsky NAS 130-
cause his decal was flaking off. 'month. Cesery, 5-31'JO or 31120. Call Tanksley" at 2-3523: or poundcr who drummed Gr en
I, f'P and everything in a gala spirit I They stopped John Murphy and 3-nedroom bungalow roar NAS. $1950: cull: al 4320: 11In lon St. Cove's Lou Tinsley to the canvasat
that ought to whisk away your I told him he had too auto down on $8t)()(). Ph. 9-9OU or 9-616O.! Large silting loom and lll'c.Irllul1tur
hospital blues. many Sofa, bed and twin maple bedioorn two naval officers also pihulc bath the final bell several weeks a,
Miss Edith Ott, Red Cross recreation tools. :Murphy told them that with suit. 5 PCS. 3407 Cumberland Knacl.DtlehaunlJ In private home )'11, 2-2810.: ago to win a unanimous decision. .-
the, age of his car he had to havea 1'h. 89114. Room with twin two boarders i 'o\enicn
worker, has recently been lot of tools, so his life sentencewas 3 bedroom home, $15Ki( down $!o per Furlong, )s''idin'II; or Ph. II Strong
I. transferred to the U. S. Naval month. Cesery, 5-31'K or 31320. 2-7510. Dick Riley, Green Cove lightweight -
Hospital Key West Fla. A col- revoked and he went freeThat's Blcjcle. perfect condition. Ph. Mazleat Two furnished II VIII. tit 608 College,St. who forced Martin to go
all until next week when 7-69UO.! Cundlfl.!
the distance In their two
umn telling how much she will be Frances Theus will be back as 'Vagabond all-sleertialler, 23 ft. A-1 4-1 oom apt, unfurnished See at 68 W. previous
missed would stretch from hereto condition sleeps four. Mrs. Kllwood: 331 d St. Conckln. meetings, may prove a stumbling
to there and back again. We wish your columnist !I304 Adams Ave. 3 bedroom apt., klttfcen slit all utilities block in Martin's quest. Other
:5 I female puppies 3 weeks old I'ait Collie furnished. Gilllin, 7l t-J Jax Green Cove entries who will fj htundt'r
all the best of luck her
; her In new and Chow. Joe Ara l, 4C23: : Alert I- Beach.Bedrooms. I
assignmentAt mac Ph. 27180. with twin beds In private'home the Jax-Navy banner are

1948 model champion 7.9 h.p outboard Crlflln, 744-J, Jux Beuth.: i welterweights Al Lasker, Gerry
t HELPYOU YT0A&/ TWB motor. Never been used In salt water. 3-ioom apt., tile bath, new building.' I Jackson, George Cameron and
Call Kxt.: 472 1216-A Hancock Curry, 1557: Ingleslde Ave Ph. 2-WJJ. '
/- St. \Vlsh to hare lovely mom In Riverside Kenny Roberts; lightweightsChuck :

S .ruom bungalow $)100 my home twin beds kitchen pihllegrs. Tracy, Bill Mai tin, Carl
Stove, ('Irl'. healer, clec. '( PCIUII"j SC.25: wk. Call Kxt. 553 ur 2- Lundergan, and Ernie Gay; featherweight -
cluded. 5218 Attleboro. rains: after 17KJ.
Bob Russell and

3 (t'. sec'tlonal! sofa plus odd chair to 3 bed oom modem home Six Silent hs flyweight ;
tk. Mulioa ('h.,..'". lilrmlnkiBo lease, ,'*> morlh. :.! Chuck Abalon.
h J match and sUp roveis. $75. ( per Ogllvle -1I1!)'! I
.d and Mnktln Attunel I 4716 i'II'n.1 II.;1.1' Abalon
4 Pint-wood Rd. Ph. 2-6159. was a semi-finalist in
e.taSit ,sj5' II Rollaway bed with Innempilnx Wanted I Ide In vicinity of Talley rand I the Golden Gloves bantam class
f'' r I II liess also baby ca trh.liP. m'-I Ave and Hill StIn Kolilleld. 07U I
l!30 Sunday School. rt last has down
year and trimmed
I vJ and scales ChlmaruKtl. 3316-A to 1545. Connor, Kxt. 277 ,
1t145--Gf'lIf'rlll Jain Francis worship L. AlbcTU Service. Chap- ; n i'r I Dewey Pa ik. Have loom for one rider hum tlclnlly to 112 pounds, where he will be atop
.t, Calb.li. '.ly Chrv. 2-doiir. Call Brown 2-7970. of Park and UMIII to hospital (will ranking bidder for the flyweight -
Bed i oom and living mom suite. Can be I to ltij: (). Lee. EAt. 8121 or K-J-M! after
HUO-Masi 1 title.Winners .
wen at 3\: ( l-B Glhbs St.. Dewey Park. 1WW.
11(41MasafA 0'I PetruslKa. Wanted tide from 578 Ptuk to NAS will be awarded 24-
( >-OiField|| I Item (edo: to 16:10.: ) JUirls, };
Chaplain S. A Mflrlng will officiate \ House trailer 18 ft. Kn/y-Kuach. 4H xt. 642r carat Golden Gloves and a chanceto
s2..r model sleeps 4. fully equipped. $1325.See 7- 11.1.
at both mauM.An fight In the Tournament of
Kolks. 1412-A Child St., NAS or Lost : L'nhoin Indie calfskin Bhix-s. .
.. a . )'h. Ext, M J. II REWARD. Giubbs. Fat 8145 or $2Ut. Champions at Madison Square
11' 47 A mh8ll"11 Itor. 4-pllas. C|(0*>. Radio and Wanted 3 elders 0740 to 1630. Anywhere I Garden, :March 7, 8, 9 and 10.
outdoor Nursery for small.. children ) healer 13 Mi miles. very tlrnn.Kolks. along: new Hogan Rd. LevI ix. .
It mBlnt"/ln4 between OMX" )) andMAVAI. 1412-A Child St.. NAS or Ph. Kxt. 8342.
1. Lost : HI ow n 1e-al her ItANKI.NC !SKKVICKFor
]J14.. ";xt. r./H! ) Jacket on dock be
Girl's shoe fckulci. white Oilman Flyers hind Ship's 1'fo11C't'CuIlalh.."* Kinder Naval 1'erMinnel and CivIlian
ulii'"'I'IrAL CIIAI'ELWald : Kl/e 6. 15. Kolks. 1412-A Child t-onlact Chief iCimmeiman, Kxl KmpUijeeH.
A.1) I SI, I NAS or I'h. M*). 777 or K374.
,.;< I'r.leotaat JM7! I'lyrnoulh 2- I 1000--Dtvln* Worship. Chaplain F /<, mllt'li J17in) Kunnln. Ext. SOU or section (WV' tc 1630. Adhlns'Kxt. facility officeof I he. llarnttt

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Weekend .. Intra-MuralLoop
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WnqTafk Notes t { ., '; Second Half Slate :t "

from ",. .. << ; t
: 9- 'I' f 22- Police \'S O&It

I. 4'r NARTUJII .- .....--- ....... .._ ..... .- Dispensary F FASRON Marines R-l <
;,' 1 Operations vs VA-81
24. !'ASRON R-l
. The week-fend of) Feb. 12-13 I !SOMETHING NK\V-A Boeing XIl-47 Stratojet tomes in for a
a d marked a new high in the enrollment landing: with a new Air Force "deceleration.parachute". attached to Marines vs PoliceOperations i

ft'" records of FASRON 58. More Overhaul-Repair the "ship's, tall to cut down the whip's landing speed, thus! enabling the O&R vs VA-81 vg Disp. I

'; men were enlisted than ever be- I, plane' to land In a shorter distance than would otherwise be possible.", Mar. IDispensary11 VA-fil |''
hIre --- -
Marines vs R-l I
r The Mjuailron netciiincft these Announces New Local AppearanceOf FASRON 6 vs Police I
J new members: N. C. Monnman, Operations O&R |
f AMS2; j. j. Siiujer, SIl; S. A. Mar 3Marlnes8 VA 81 1
J. J. S.* (\ Structure c Midget Plane
Webb, SA; Qnlmby, ; SetupA Dispensary vs O&R |
L. Morgan SH; R. C. Kelley, SIl; Police vs R1OpE'rations *

O. It. Marker, SRj; W. K. IJjer, complete reorganization cf) the Treats Reservemen vs FASROtf 6 /

Hit: L. M. Mvrlck, mil: ; W. K.Kffler Naval Air Station's Overhaul and SALTY HUMOR FROM ,' Mar. 8--FASRON 6 vs O&R ?
Men of Jacksonville's Naval Air
AMSS; C. R. llo\aell, SH;
and II', It. Jones, SIC Results of I Repair department structure, HERE AND THEREFirst Reserve Training Unit got an un- Operations vs J
down to the shop and unit levels, vs Disp.
i expected treat while last
.' recruiting efforts have been excellent :: on duty
lis I scheduled: to be placed into effect Police vs VA-81 <
weekend, when Lt Thomas B.Heisel. .
still ofvacancies
but there are plenty
In the near future, it was revealed Girl HikI-"I: inserted an NATIONAL LEAGUEFeb. |
a member of VMF 144 vis-
especially In the lowerrates.
advertisement in local NARTU I
today.Patterned our: news 21-Supply vs
Let's not relax on recruiting.: ited the base in his midget plane .
paper recently under a box number Hospital vs :Maulers !
after the Bureau ofAeronautics' which
with he placed third in the
All at the
men present "prac-
for a male partner to accom- Personnel vs Comfair ,.
r Inspection should be well outline) guide for Continental Trophy race at the
pre.red pany me on) a fortnight's hiking Feb. 23--NARTU vs Maulers
to reflect\ credit on the Overhaul and Repair departments, Miami air maneuvers early this
trip. Personnel Supply
a new department Manual of Or- year.
when Admiral Whiteheaclconducts
squadron the forthcoming Inspec- i l ganization has been prepared and Second Girl-"How interesting.Did The speedy midget plane which Comfair vs VU

tlon. Don't forget the date and I' approved by Capt. A, I. Malstrom, you have many replies? Helsel flew here last weekendwas Feb. 28-Com'Calr vs SupplyNAitTU
First Girl
"Yes. vs Hospital
time: Thursday March 3 at 1900. i, station commanding officer. designed by CurUss Pitts,
there terrible in VU
a :
was row Maulers' vs
Let us heed $lIIl1la)"'* rentarUst The new department structure I who along with Heisel built it
the house it. 2Pel'sonnel15 VU
over I Mar
>l ("mdr.Mark" of I time Atlanta Of- ,I incorporates advanced organization -' "Good I from the ground-up, Entered in the
Second Girl
gracious, Hospital vs Supply :
midget race which limited the
lice of Naval Officer I'rotulenient. i I and administrative principles why?" I NARTU vs Comfair)
If any man feels he can qualifytor and further advances the Bureau I size of engine displacement to IPO tI
I First Girl-"Father was an ap- I Mar.: 7Supply vs Maulers t
cadet training, contact the i of Aeronautics' policy of standard cubic inches the NARTU "Week.I' VU
Hospital vs
J'erMinnel officer. Canvas jour I i ization. Changes include standardization end Warrior" flew his craft at Comfair 't.
friends the outside. and to : of organizational terminol- I' 170001 miles per hour for third NARTU vs
on try I "Pilot to tower" pilot to tower: t
help, with the Sa\)"'" A>CAI> pro ogy and of the numbering system. Place out of gas am one thousand place honors _

gram.: They are jour future squadron Beginning with the departmentand feet and thirty miles over" the A student at the University of I Tags Still AvailableFor
mates! I proceeding down the organizational ocean. What shall I do?" Florida, Lt. Helsel is attached to :;

!. f' It was reported in a previous ladder, there will be groups,. "Tower to pilot, tower to pilot: Squadron VIII?' 144 the Marine i All Stragglers
: edition that the winner of the divisions, branches; and shops. For Repeat after me "Our Father Air detachment of NARTU. I
squadron recruiting drive would staff activities, however, the or- Who Art in Heaven." I I Stragglers who have not piocur
receive as a reward a trip by air ganizational terminology differs
I ed new station auto tags still have
to the place of his choice. The somewhat in that such activitiesare i "D'ye know, Mrs. Arris I some i Model Hobbyists all of this and next week to obtain
flight was "weathered-out" duringthe known as offices and are further -
times wonder if me 'usband'sgrown plates at the Yard Office building
bad January weather, but it sub-divided into section and tired of me." J Reviving Interest No. 9 from 0739( to 1630 inclusive.The .

will be rescheduledAs units. The numbering system I "Wot ever makes you say that : new metal tags issued with.
a forewarning, It will be just identifies sub-divisions with the I Efforts are now underway to
I Mrs. 'Iggens? out cost, must be on cars!! by
1111I my' to be In correct uniform parent group or office. The use of "Well, 'e 'asn't been 'ome In I revive both model racer and model March 5, 1949.Applicants # .
.fur the March S Inspection an not.There the last two digits to representthe seven years." plane clubs here at the Naval for the new tags

I* no longer any such thing operation performed by the Air Station with first steps to be i must present proof of ownership

_1M. right sleeve rating badge. Any I I shop! or unit remains unchanged. I CBM: "What did your wife say undertaken at & meeting of model 'and property damage and liability -
"y.wh., erTed at all during the var Therefore, the last two digits of when you came home so late last enthusiasts Friday evening at insurance. Civilian employees)
::.. *tare entitled to and must wear "If'1 i most shops and units will remain 1 night" 1930 at the station Hobby Shop, who have no public liability end-,

't"'l'',' .,,1t1orr,'ribbon and probably' Mlr the same as at present. I CBM: "Nothing.) I was going to building 913. property damage insurance will H
I .t'one. ares service ribbon. I I have those front teeth pulled anyway Less than two years ago, the Air issued red decals as before. All red
All*hinds should keep in mind i ." Station boasted one of the most
decals now in use must be reregistered -
',the.two-week annual training I Visitor Lauds successful model clubs in the Jack- and checked for new state

ciuise is coming up soon I ..- ......;..._. "" sonville vicinity and the hobby license number before March 5.
FASRON 58 must undergo train (Continued from Page 1)) ists took numerous awards in I 1949 registry is mandatory

ing duty as a unit. Plan ;your time !Johnsville. Pa. He expects to adapt local model meets. Over the past ------ --
off now from your civilian employ I, the NAS Jax program to meet I few months, hobby activities along '
ment. these two lines have come almost .
expansion requirements of the 9r
The next scheduled drill period Johnsville research work program to a complete standstill. Jax-Navy Court

I* Sunday, March 13 from 0X30 to Research there includes develop- I Reporting aboard the base almost !
1630. Tllf'r11I be no drill on Saturday ment of pilotless aircraft, electrical simultaneously, Chief George I Slate ReminderJaxNavy's
this time. The Thursday equipment for planes and i II Hubbard and Ensign Roy Bjork- I
night Inspection replaces the regnlar > armament. I Ii II lund, two of the station's former' schedule for the

Saturday drill.' Let us all *>bov% I II I a J I leading model) builders who were coming week:
up Satunfciy and hale it not belike i I A rich man hires a secretary, 1 ''In charge of) the club when it Friday night at Gainesville,

the ostrich,, vhr kept his head I I nurse, chauffeur, valet, butler, was first organized, were astounded Florida Fro h'S.. Jax-Navy.
up after the! other have "stink, housekeeper, maid and cook. A I tV to find the old aggregationof Monday, February 21, NAS
theirs In the mind, wanted to know poor man gets married. enthusiasts have gone and the Jax vs. Turner Air Force Base,
Where It evcrjbocljFASRON -?" i iI organization itself disbanded. They 2000 at NATTC Auditorium

58 received marks of Little Miss Muffet decided to Li LTi I Immediately vent. to work to try | Tuesday, February 22 at
"excellent" to "outstanding"; in I rough it I to revive it. I Lakeland Fla, Florida Southern

each and every phase of its organ I In a cabin quite. old and medieval Plans are now being formed in i College. vs_. Jax-Navy.
ization during the recent staff I I regards to a model meet to be held ----- -- ---
training Inspection. The squadronwas I I A rounder espied her i sometime in the near future. En- BaseballContinued

graded as to organization, And plied her with cider "hareea taught that stupid dog sign Bjorklund has been appointed Jax-Navy

ground training, operations, records And now she's the forest's prime I' of yours any tricks! 1,17" to head the model plane department ( from Page 1))
and of office !! evil. while Chief Hubbard will
appearance --- -- -- -- to receive competent coaching: in
spaces. I The township's miser stomped be in charge of) the miniature rac- the fundamentals of any game and
They; stood beneath the mistletoe : into the local doctor's office) er club when the two groups re- particularly baseball," Captain
There was always the high-sal He knew not what to do pounded the floor with his cane sume activities.All Malstrom stated.

aried director who was always try '', For he was only five feet tall, and wheezed, "You're a danged personnel who have built The training camp for young
ing to make a little extra. And she was six feet two. old fraud! 1 came here to you in models in the past, or would like baseballers came into being from
--- --.- 1904 for a cold and you chargedme to gain further information regarding Lt George\
the idea thought! up by
three dollars." the clubs, are urged to
: 1 I Boeincr, USMCR, JaxNabaa-
.. "I cured you, didn't I ?" asked attend the meeting tomorrow ketball coa.h: and former outstanding -
,;, the doctor. night. I athlete at the University ct
"Cuicd me, he says, stormedthe Minnesota. Boomer will direct the
former patient. "Cured me! Wabbits is a funny wace, camp here
That's rich that is. Look at me! The things they do is a disgwace.
I'm sneezing again," You'd be surpwised what j, Free cif ChargeThe
wabbits do-- camp, which begins Match

t\ Floridian: ( Picking up a watermelon And often too. ''I ".i ',12, will be held each Saturday! for:
) "Is this the largest apple I 1-' five weeks, with the final session
.' temporarily slated for April 9.
you can grow in your state? -
Californian: "Stop fingering C @MIlIJ@f7 Presentation of certificates and an
all-star will the final weekof
that fray top
grape. ......
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play, according to Boerner.

i I CBM : "Too bad about old chief ir I II I Registration blanks will be available -
shellback He died of that backache i f. JQ next: week for boys at their

he was complaining about. I respective junior and senior high!

.,, CBM : "Died of a backache I GICIANf schools and at city playgrounds.:
4is CBM: "Yeah, some new nurse r A'aval Air Station personnel tan

rubbed it with alcohol and he t-ecuie their application blanks at
broke his neck trying to lick it the Physical Training department.There .
off." I' will be no charge for attendance -
at the camp. It is being

The beautiful young brunetteIn pointed out that the camp is' net
the hospital for an operationwas (I being conducted for the purpose cf

ordered) by the doctor) to strip preparing the boys for professional
is and lie down on the wheeled table. ball(ball careers.

S, The nurses draped a sheet! on her i i Also attending the opening conference -
and wheeled the table to the door were Capt C. L. Lee, chief
+ of the operating room. I of staff, Corn-Fair Jax; Comdr. Jv
t K IiI { Two men in white came down J. Brush. NAS executive officer;

the hall, lifted the sheet and looked N L Mallison] city superintendentof
I at her thoughtfully. One shook recreation; L. L. McLucas',
his head and lowered the sheet county public school supervisor) of

"For Heaven's sake," she cried, physical education health, and
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lr\Vheni the operation going to athletics: mold Finncfiock,

f;)/ pQjrr:'THINK you UNCWMCXJO: WHAT .THf MMisr' WREN tHEYAlifLO(4cOtriyL.Qf.TH.fOSilt ] I be?" "Operation'" one of the men I I sports editor of the Florida Times-

_.... ._rArftal..- } queried. "I don't know, lady Union, and Joe Livingston sports
we're just the painters." I editor of the Jacksonville Journal,



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Page Four SAX AIR NEWS 17 eb

Grunts And GroansLocal

I Matmen Prepping Hard Basketeers Regain Form

For Coming All-Navy TourneyCoach With Win Over Pensacola

John Wareing win lead
his Jacksonville Naval Air Station pionship matches. I .

grapplers into a heavy mat Champs\ I.at Year o

schedule next month when Navy Under mentor Paul King last Turn Back Visitors 56-33 WAVES To Meet

matmen this area begin: aimIng season, the NAS wrestlers gainedthe ,

for the coveted All-Navy titles runner-up spot in the Naval

Air Training Athletic Conference For 15th Win Of CampaignI Civilian SextetteIn
At Pensacola NAS March 4th Tourney and captured the East I

the local grunt and groaners will Coast-and Seventh Naval District

tangle with other Sixth Naval District titles I Varsity PrelimBoasting
hardwood performers bounced back into the
entries for the district dia :Mel Klelnman and John Godek,
dems. The team will remain in a pair of '48 Jax-Navy matmen, I win column after four straight setbacks by downing NAS

Pen.iacola for the South-Central I grabbed top honors when they won I Pensacola's cagers 56-33 on the local court last Saturday. a record of 13'wins and
5 losses to date in the 49
group elimination tourney which I the All-Navy 126 and 160poundclass The locals' records now stands at 15 wins and 5 losses.. prfign, the NAS WAVES will cam attempt *
will be held to select a championIn crowns. i I Seeking further conquests, the -
to add another
each weight division from contestants I! Making the trip with Wareingnext NAS cagers will meet the Florida day evening In a return fray--J.m.: I the list when victory host to to
from the 6th, 8th and 9th month will be Jim Nugent, a ------ day evening they will be host to they
i the NAS Civilian sextette in the
Naval Districts. f big 200-pounder who will vie in Turner Air Force Base, .and Tues
to the Turner AirForce
Individual winners of the Navy- the unlimited division, Dick Bay- day they will come to grips with preliminary fray

wide eight-group divisional wrestling leas will shoot for the middleweight I Florida Southern College, on the Base-Jax-Navy court duel
the NATTC Auditorium
at Monday
eliminations will meet at diadem, Ray Miles,will seek latter's home court They were

the Naval Academy Annapolis, lightweight honors and Wareing slated to play the Florida Southern night.

Md the week of :March 20 for himself will come to griPs with the I ee"Red" Moccasins for the first time last With player-coach "Skip" Mo.

the 1P49 All-Navy wrestling cham heavyweights. night on the local hardwood court. ser pacing the scoring attack, .
two recent hardwood triumphs t
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Doll I'mr Locals
local lassies smothered the Riverside
Red Doll, Navy forward, advanced -
Intra-Mural Combines his season's total Nurses, 37-19 and the Way.
Fifteen scoring
r cross Amazons, 45.27.
to 215 points as he sparked the
I NAS cagers to their fifteenth win Win City Loop lilt\

Begin Second-Half Title DrivePlenty Jast Saturday bucketing 16 markers II In taking the Nurses into tow

In the 56-33 victory over Pen- Monday night, the NAS combo

sacola. chalked up their second win In the
hardwood ----- -- --'
erf scorching i 1I I 1------race for a spot in the playoffs' The locals stepped In front at second half of the Girls City loop
action is expected to come out of with the top four teams in each 1 the stal t of the melee and were in I chase Moser hit the bucket for
the second round of play in the Intramural command throughout the 15 to the WAVE
loop meeting for the title play performance points spark vic-
basketball race which wh ri the season ends League t leading 26-14 at half time. tory and Fran Free racked up 10

got underway last Monday as the will battle for the station .. The remainder of the game provedto for the local cause. On the defense

down the stretchin
15 quintets come title twooutofthree'I Doll be as one-sided as the first period Winnie Jones and Ellen Duncan
in a
a bid for a berth in the playoffs and man the Jax- ,
I every on starred throughout the contest.
playoff meet. Fiosh quintet at Gainesville Fil-
I I I Navy hoop squad saw action in the Upset Amazons
st'I' In the league, Supply,
Eight American league and latter part of the fracas. I
Comfair and Personnel scored wins Journeying to Waycross, Ga.
en National league quintets will :
VF-83 O&R Despite an injury early In the
in their second half Mon-
openers last Wednesday night the NAS
the stretch
be coming down !! in a I game when he collided with a Pen J
day. Supply, paced by highscoring sextette gained sweet
; Officer BowlersIn sacola courtman, Jax guard Adrian 1
Bud Walters who piled up 23 the Waycross Amazons after an
Christensen Back 'points, toppled VU 53.48. Comfairhit Back returned to the floor with I early season defeat by drubbingthe
several stitches over hU andftnishE'd
the bucket trim Stalemate eye
consistently to Loop Georgia team, 45-24. Holding a
Lost To JaxNavyCenter the maulers, 65-46, and Personnel the contest in veteran two point lead at halftime the

came from behind late in the sec After a furious week on the alleys style. I WAVES turned on the pressure to

Lon Christensen and ond half to defeat the strong Hos- 'I VF-83 and Overhaul and Repair 1 Take Filth IonsIn win going away. Moser and Free

Guard Adrian Back, two outstanding !! pital five bounced by all opposition to I a bitter, hard-fought battle I again led the local attack.wiUviH,

performers on the Jax-Navy I I In other National loop frays this move into a deadlock for the top which saw the Georgia State 'i and 17 tallies 1 espectit,Jyiani1 .;ifi.

basketball team, left for Norfolk coming week, Supply vs. NARTU, spot in the officers' bowling loop : Teachers College basketball live Bernie Cummings, 'a3' ;tf of .r .
Virginia, early this week where Hospital vs. Maulers and Person- each compiling 27 points. I take a commanding lead near the ward grossed 8. ,< '

they will see action with NAS Norfolk nel vs. Comfair on Monday. NAR VF85, previous league leader 'f latter part of the second canto and I A pair of tentative clashes, vY1i .ii, 1 ',. .

in the East Coast All-Navy TU vs. Maulers, Personnel vs. Supply was shoved down into a third then go on to hold its ad 'lu1tage'l t the Washington, D. C. WAVES( :

play-offs I I and Comfair vs VU on Wed i place tie with Fasron 6, with Operations : the Jax-Navy cagers suffered their single meeting with thc;
nesday. In the American League I fifth loss of the season, 54-45, at side Nurses will fUlfJi1'a
Chosen because of their outstand- resting in fourth place, II IIStatesboro. wind up they
on Tuesday Police O & R, Fas- Ga" last week.
ing showing on the court when followed by VF-81, holding down outfit's home slate the 'end
the locals met Norfolk in the At- I ron 6 vs. Marines, Dispensary\ vs fifth. I IVF81 I this month.

lantic R-1, and Operations v.a VA-81. bowler : .
Fleet Air tournament early -- Frank Bretek' Tourney To Decide
this month, the two courtmen may BOWLING topped his previous score of 227 I
I I;. 3!. ;
not return soon enough to close I I I'd won 1'U. lot "v*.r for a single line with a 235. Bretek Intra-Mural Team EM Bowlers
the current season with JaxNavyJf Dispensary 25 7 ..781VFS1 also boasts a loop-leading 622
the Virginia based combo captures I 21 7 ..757FASRON series tally.Chester I I

the East Coast Championship i Hospital Six 20 24 12 12 :625 I Briggs: Jr. O&R maple Golf ChampionshipFasron Near 1stHalfTourney

Christensen and Back may 1 CPO 21)) J6 .555 ;I knocker, regained high average Six and Overhaul and
be asked to accompany the I Opt>ratlons 13 15 .46 I honors last week as none of the
Repair linksmen found the local
Champ to the All-Navy finals at : O&R 12 20 375 opposition topped his standing average RaceWith
Marines 13 Zi 361 course\ to their liking as they
HawaII. of 178. Bretek is still -
NARTU 9 2.1 .281liH moved in front of the flock in the
>,'I"M'tion For Plav ) VA84 7 2\1 :, with 173 one point better round-robin Intra-mural golf
one more week of tompe
I than last week's
1 score.
In the encounter with Norfolk nament now in progress here. I tltlon remaining in the first half
I the other teams in averages
last February 4th when the locals Grego Sets New! Leading as follows: FASRON Recording a high of 17 and one- of the enlisted men's bowling

failed to make their bid for the : are half points, Fasron 6 heads the tournament, Dispensary keglers
162 NARTU Anderson ,
Six-Byrne, ; -
Atlantic Fleet crown Christensen I Course Record 153; ratlons-Furry, American league parade, while are still out in front, boasting a
bucketed nine points and Back I O&R golfers have aggregated 10 loop-leading 25-7 "slate. The leadersbowled
158, NURSES-Szkodna, 147; VA- I
registered live But their superb I' points to pace the National loop. '
Smooth-stroking Tony: Grego, 85 Mauleis-Epperson and Fiiedeman. a 2569 pin series to cop
floor strategy caught the eye of I I Naval Air Station golf champion 159; VA-81-Standing, 158; Following behind Fasron 6 in I I team scoring! honors in the high
Norfolk officials and they were the American ate VF.81 with 4' series
i established a new local VF-83 166 VF182-Card. s bracket last week.
chosen to play in the tournament I course record last Thursday, 173 VF-81 (b) Mossberg; 153 points and VF-83 with 21? points, : Not far behind Dispensary is
; '
; now underway. posting a neat 68, to break the VF-81 (a) Bretek, 173; and VF-85, V}<'-8-1 and VF-82 bring up F-81 with a skein of 21.7 for !a
With 19 games under his belt old mark of 72 held by Joe McDonald A-85-Nelson, 150. the rear with no tallies as yet ,' 757 average. In third place is

J Christensen has a total of 142 I I I I I In the National Operations FASRON6 holding a 21-12( point
points to( his credit Back is a recent | Playing in a foursome with J'U Won I'm. lout 'vpr.'F..1 trails the league leading O&R, followed record The FASRON squad leaped

addition to the Jax-Navy fold, Clarence Porch, C. W. Gibson 0R\ 27 27 9 9 .7r.TV 0SROV ) ', by Supply-Fiscal x Hospital from fourth to third last week.

a but has seen action enough in and Mailo White, all of Jack V,\ SU 25 11 fall X-l, and NARTU. I I II Louis Novak steam-rolle'l'

eight tilts to gainer a total of 51 sonville, Grego put together a VK-85 Maul :25 11 ..691Operations I American loop matches are II j through his competitors again last
points, i :21 11: .5 1.i I played each Thursday, while National week and tallied 266
air of 34s to set the record. VKK1 (lit) 1<) 17 .">nVKK2 I a single
Ace Woolbright and John Caesar 1 IOn the front nine he had 4-5-4- 18 18 TOO I leaguers tour the links onI game to cop individual scoring'honors

are expected to fill the vacancies 13- while on the back VA.8T' Knockers 11 21 .311 I Tuesdays. The winners of each for the fourth straight
on the Jax-Navy starting : registered 5-1-3-3-4-4- I VA.84 10 A .277VK81 league will vie for the station Intramural week Novak also took three-
(I b) 10 :2h 277 I
; five with the departure of the two '2-1-5.: NARTU 9 27 .250 crown at the conclusionof game-series laurels when he toppled

j tournament bound cagi-rs I ------ ---, NURSES, 7-- 25 .:218 league play. -i I Ir ire. 266 sticks in three ftames fl '
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W l.Il:1.Ot'i';a 1I(1)I"UI.S-Ul"mbl'r"; : of the Jax-Navy boxing team, these I Rene Down, photo No. t, I III expected to cause trouble In hula division. Joe Martin, r

I four camlidutfs an among/ the 18 pugilittt who carry the banner of the Naval Air photo No. S, will be defending his. Golden Glove title In the lightweight division

Ration Into UK Golden (:loves tournament now In progress at the Armory In JaokMimille I against the biggest crowd of rntrieft. An up And coming mlttman, Jon McKay,

{ Kav AdKlnt. left, guard on the' 19 Iii JaN av, grid team I I..* a reowit entry right, mak..t his Initial bow for "a-Ntav1 In the heavyweight ranks.

in the lirutJMfight' ..'.''... Carrying the Navy hopes la the featherweight' class, j .

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