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Jax air news
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March 17, 1949


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NAS Diamondeers Open1949 Season Saturday

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Vol. 6-No. 50 17 March 1949


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



t j Baseball School

Attracts Throng

Hundreds Of Youngsters

Participate In New Project

J ii : 1 The largest turnout of any baseball school ever staged in

S this area, over 300 youngsters between the ages of 13 and

19, answered the call for the first session of the Jax-Navy:

Boys' Baseball Training Camp held here at Mason field last

Saturday.The .

newly created baseball I
school for the teen-ageis sponsored
Jointly by the Naval Air Station Comdr.
and the City of Jacksonville GageAt

? got off to an auspicious beginning,

o q qS SS complete, with opening day ceremonies NAS For

Eager to begin their lessons in

fundamentals of the game of base New DutiesReturning

__._ _n----___________ ____ ball, the youngsters from this area
nS"UAI.I.11': : OFKICIAII.Y O.NS-.fh.: fln t annual .lax-Navy BojV Baseball Training; wasted the swing no of time things in, once getting the brief into to active duty, Comdr.

Camp got off to a successful Mart here at :Mason Field last week, with Major C. Frank Whitehead of I ceremonies were concluded. Fred H Gage USNR, has reported -
Jacksonville (left) tttftolnjr tim first ball, handed him by Camp Director George Boerner (kneeling), at aboard the Naval Air Station to
the first session 1>ogan. 'apt. Alvin I, :\Ia 1'4 t rom, .N,\:* commanding officer (right) wel<.onw.> the Thrown Firm Ball assume duties as Chief Staff Of
youngster on behalf of the Na\y Seated in Hear A dm. ("h'llI 1. IHirgln, Commander, Fleet Air Jack- In welcoming the lads in behalf fleer, Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval -
of the Navy, Capt. A I. Mal- District, with offices in the Administration -
'i.' HOII\ ___________- .n --- strom, NAS commanding officer, building
spoke briefly on the new project
Gage is no strangerto
I Gaining Recognition paying tribute to all who worked
Golfers Vie NAS-Jax. He first arrived here
with the Navy in bringing the ,,,,,,,,_,,,,' _"XYA'.A_

In $10,000 OpenThree Giants' Representatives Due camp Mayor about C. Frank Whitehead, who

t. also' spoke briefly, tossed out the
Naval Air Station golf I first ball, handc' him by Lt
ers, Jack Harvey, station pro, At 2nd Baseball Camp Meet George Boeiner director of the

Tony Grego. station, champ, and School. Boeiner in welcoming thelarge
Erwin Scott will try their skill turnout outlined the program I
against the nAtion's leading Hans Lobert, famous one- '' to .
lads will again be divided into be followed Also on hand
\ golfers In the $10,000 Jacksonville time infieldei fot the New various groups, with close super- 'for the opening day ceremonies
I Open which begins/ Fridayat waj Rear Adm Calvin T. Durgin, '
York Giants and Johnny Hudson vision by the staff of instructors I
the Municipal Links I which Commander, Fleet Air Jacksonville I
The first day's meeting,
Among the big& names entered former manager of the exceeded all expectations in at- e'r am

in the tourney are Lloyd Jacksonville Tars, now a scout tracting over 300 youngsters, may Comdr Bill Elliott, Recreation I

Mangrum, Sam Snead, Lew for the Giants, will be on even have a larger' turnout Sat officer, Com Fair Jax, who introduced -

Worsham, Clayton Heafner, hand for the second sessionof urday' with some 50 added applications I I the speakers, acted ad master -
Dutch Harrison, Cary Middle. received this week. The of ceremonies for the eventVaried ,
coff, John Palmer, Jim Ferrier, the Jax-Navy Boys Baseball program gets under way at 0930 Instruction

Fred Haas, Jr., Jim Furness, Training Camp Saturdayat sharp, running until 11:30( !i In their first session here, the .
Dick Metz, Marty Furgol, Chick Mason field !first of five to be held at MasonlColltlllu..d ,,, C .a
Assisting George Boernor, camp on Page 2))
Hat belt, and possibly Bobby '
Lobert who the Philadelphia '
managed director are several members of r s
Locke and many others. I Phillies after his playing
the Jacksonville City recreation > "
tt"-Y :i<
liP' : !:w.f tW"
- ylS9hiCOMDIl.
days with the Giants is one of department, and a staff of 11 Navy Gala St. Patrick's'D'ance
the best well-known figures in instructors including: tII, JACK:

Alaskan Lecture baseball. Coach, contact man and Here in 1940 as Athletic and Welfare
I sort of good-will representativefor | Jacob Weiss, John Bieneman, Tonight officer and remained here through.
I Jack Duncan, James Woolbright,
the New York Giants, the former A. out the war, until he retired to in-
gala dance, amid the atmosphere -
Bill Crane Mack Helmerlch
Control' leaguer, whose knowledgeof
Outlines big
active status in 1946.
Weldon, Richard Nelson, John of the 'awearln of the During: that
the is is
game uncanny con green1, will be held for Naval Air time he saw the Naval Air Sta.
Goodens, Dave Doll, James Daley,
in the
Of Insects sidered athletes an expert handlingof ''Bill Nelson, Kenneth Werner and Station personnel tonight at the tion grow from half the present
Biting : Dan Lambert.SEBALLGAMKS. Mainside Auditorium Supply building and a Ship's Serv-
Hudson, playing manager of the 5.5 I Music will be provided for the ic," into the vital, teeming Installation -
1948! Jacksonville Tars, is presently
An exhu.lation, evening's affair by the station it is today
engrossing com
with view slides on the huge staff at the Giants' \ band, under the direction of Chief The biography of Commander
plete on mosquito
control in the strategic Alaskan training camp at Sanford, Fla I i The Jax-Navy baseball team Oden McMillen. Dancing will begin Gage should interest every young

tirntory, was presented at the ; More Students. makes its home debut here in a at 2030, closing at 2330. (Continued on Page 2))
Station Dispensary Monday after- A review of the first day'g session two game series with Universityof Girls from Jacksonville clubs I ,
plus closer concentration of have been invited to attend to-
North Carolina, Sunday at 1430
1 >n by Lcdr. B. V. Travis, MCS,
drills in fundamentals is on the night's session in honor of St. Patrick
and Monday at 1600. Red Cross
aarSN' who has spent long periods DriveIn
agenda for the second poition' The .
.J..I the Arctic within the past two

years making a governmental
stud, of t':.3 situation. I Third WeekEarly

Dr. Travis, who is completinga
reports show that only
two-week tour of active duty at
$330.62 has been forwarded to the
NAS rkmg in the dispensary
I local Red Cross field director's office *
laboratories with Lcdr John M
the first two
during weeksof
Hirst is recognized nationally asa ::9 1
I the Red Cross campaign at the
leading authority on the mos- I h Naval Mr Station, according to a I
quito. He has spent 14 years with I '' 4b g 'bA report! issued by Allen G. Scat

the Department of Agriculture, I brough, field director ;
being in direct supervision of re
i With Chaplain Francis Le At. ,
search in the Alaskan area '
bert as chairman. the local drive ".
With the slides, Dr Travis showed : held in conjunction with the nationwide '
the control methods tested in -
I. campaign being conducted ...
the Alaskan laboratories, the treat I.i throughout March, is expectedto
ment of clothing with insect repellents i CAMP IN ,ACTION pick up speed by the end of !*! ui ; ,3' .'.
and the spraying of large I -Over 300 joniijfsters week 1 "

(Continued on Page/ 2)) muster (top) I Funds raised through the campaign JI,

1 for calisthenics at I are used to cover a number i(
''of services Funds are utilized to '
Jax-Air NewsNeeds oHMiliif| of Juv-Xavy :
cover the maintenance of established
KoyV Ilaneliall Praising and continuing Red Cross ..r

Writers Camp \arlous services for civilian welfare \n
fUlldaml'.tal.t're this country and the developmentof
The Jax Air-News announcesthe such supplementary or related ri
the lads, including
given -
need for additional I staff s utq ae6 Ig L < N services as may bs deemed appropriate ,

members Personnel with writing gliding, a* ..- .

exr2iiece;) are preferred, but demonstrated by little The Red Cross also extends aid ;y

experience not absolutely neces Herman OQuinn to other peoples when such assist .

nary Interested personnel con (left) and bunting ance would be consistent with the "
tact the Jax Air News Editor at national interest and consonant
Building 930 or cull extension by John StrioklimtrlchO. I with the scope >f activities an-!

818$, ( 1 resource of the organization.$

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Pope Two JAX AIR NEWS 17 March 1949

Jax Air News INSIDE Not New NuggetsWe

EcHtIrla.l Offices Q 1 0 00 PUBLIC WORKSPublic

South Wing, Lower neckBl specialize In baby's and

) 930 Works department bids children's clothing and furni-
farewell this week to Comdr. W. S. ture, clothing and uniforms for
Telephone E tfn"ion-8184 MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM Jr'inson who has been with us for adults. Other items of household

Aailrew II. lUney, Editor Modest Weekday1780 and 2000. ; "C'f'k.lncl-HSO' and 2000. three years. Personnel of the equipment are also available at .
Ilea Unuttl. diet ranihiBf Tllt'KSnAYCREWS
department wish Commander times. Visit us and see! what
Staff Writer DANCE-At Malnside Auditorium in celebration of St.
Johnson the best of luck in his you can find-our prices are aJ-
The SAX AIR NEWS a:1 published PaUltk's. Music by Station band, begins at 2000. The movie "BROTH.
weekly at the U. S. Air I Station f\ ure assignment at Guam. ways low.
Jacksonville, Florida, and pilnttil ERS IN THE SADDLE," starring Tim Holt will be shown at the Student .:veryone ready for the dance The Not New Shop is located
commercially with non-aJ' 'l'opl'lntcd Officer's Auditorium at 2000 only.I"RiDAY. It's 913 with the Hobby
funds et no expense to the tovcinnient Saturday night? Don't forget In building
and In compliance' with SecNav Circular informal' and there's fun in store Shop and is open on Tuesday
Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December 1945.Crrtei :>>, "THE WALKING HILLS", featuring Randolph Scott and Ella for all, plus door prizes. The dunce ind Thursday from 1000 to 1400.
are distributed free of charge flames Hotel sales' handledon
Commission are
will be held at Mayflower
at the Naval Air Station, the Natal !i'ATt'IU1AAXn SUNDAY"DOWN
Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Auxiliary Roof Garden at 9 p. m, with music Tuesday only. Donations are
Air Station, Cecil Field and the TO THE SEA IN SHIPS;: with Richard Widmark and by George Arnot and his orchestra always welcome.

U. S. Naval Hospital. Cecil Kelloway. MONDAY"MISS Buy your ticket now!

News from the fire boxSomeof
The JAX AIR NEWS a member or MINK OF '48," starring James Lyden and Leis Collier. the boys in the fire departmenthave
the Ships' Editorial Association and TUESDAY ANU-KDNESDAY s

the Aimed Forces Press Smlce. He- "LIFE OF RILEY," featuring William Bendlx as RUey.I been buying new homes. and We ( i I
production of material from these notice that Chub Walker
sources must bear a credit line Repub. George Gemming have recently
llcatlon of other matter, except by At the M tlo n.ap.le, Itirroistkiss
moved into their homes in
service publications Is piohlblled without I new Road nd093VSunday luaatla Aresss
permission of Editor JAX AIR CommerCial BulletinBulletlns I I Murray Hill Boys at No. 3 I'r.bltaa'

EWS. I have been trying to talk E L Yar-
will be I until U tiled.( Call ext. 8230 School.
accepted only space brough into buying one of those 1045-General Worship Service, Chaplain .
Kill !MAKE: anti-snote kits mentioned in Life Francis 1. Albert.

I 100 asbestos gallons In heavy 20 S-Ral' duly containers roof coaling, WIll -, 2.5)81.: furnished apartment, rthate magazine. Why not chip in and Ctthll

Hospital sell for $150. Can be applied to concrete 1- ', newly decorated. Groves, buy one, it would pay dividends in onoo 1100! -Mass Mass .
etc Louis, e\t 515 .'\ Wheeler, Ph 2-4275. peaceful slumber 0700-Cetll- Field .
romeitlble, all extras, 6 Small 3-1' with bath. Alvis,
48 DeSoto oom cottage: If a note of sadness is detectedin Chaplain S. A. Melrlng will cfflclaU
months old. low mileage, Iilxate Ph. 2-4742.
ChatterAttendants auto, Will sell for .2305.: Carter 9- Bedroom In pilvate home. Kitchen pilv- Chief Moran these days, it's at both masses.. asses

610019J' llCKt4173 Lenox A\e. McDonald. due to the death of his pet minnow, An outdoor Nursery for small children -
!) Chi>sler Ro el, oveidihe. radio II I-M: (his total catch on his last fishing Is maintained between WOO and|
St Patrick'sPay
at the
etc Bent offer, Kppemon, eat 255 \\anted-Rldeu. 0700.1545.'Icinlty of
party tonight will know what Equity In 5-ioom house, leasonaule Woodstock Paik. Clceio, Shop 614A. tl'jpl.) Chief swears that his minI 1200: _

is meant by the "luck of the Irish," Kitchen equipment available at small Ph. 8-2564, I now actually thrived on "bananas' NAVAL IIO"riTAL CHAI'F.L
additional cost. Peteis Th, 2-3672 \\anted-Rlden !rant Rhei'side sectionIn Men off duty March 19 ate (Ward A-l
for that will surely be a lucky eve- 1942 club coupe with ladle and heater \lclnlly of 5 Points and out I. I'rotestash10(0Divine
ninp. If your name is Maloney, McGlothln. Ph. 8-C712 after 1615. Rcxme\elt BIrd., 0743 to 1630. Ph. looking forward to the Public Wo'shlp. Chaplain ...
or Combination baby carriage and sit oiler. IMulk between 1700 and 1800. Works dance. Some have been seen ,
MtGmney, Flanagan, Hennessy D. Hewitt Jr.
KOI lest. 1444 Cumbct land Road Baby sitter-Must be taken home aft. practicing their dancing with cue I i
Sheehan, you will feel right athome. I New 1941 rimouth engine $95. Blithe, etwatd. Bower. Ph 7-7i"4. I
We'll\ have a "big time," 1312-A Randolph, \\anted-DthlriK to California Match sticks! mound t vatlous stations. !1-
Remember, be on the scene, with 1947 Fold tudor, low mileage, unusually 25 or 26. Will carry 3 passengers Wonder if C. L. McCormick I JS P-PLV
of clean extras, ort lnRI owner. Ptefetably adults share expense will ever learn to play the "Gee-
an Irish smile and "wearing Bargain at $1195. Lone, Ph. WW09. Thomas, Ph. :\.1000) or 2-8822 t\e- t ,, cI
the green" tonight at 1930 at the Kitchen table and 4 chaps, ted leather Wanlrd-T\\o or thiN riders to Allanta. a r.
Rfcieatlon hall. Real, painted led and white, $20. Ga Lea\e here 1GOO Friday 18th In the Administration building, SALLIES
Sofa with blue leather covers. $:JO. and return 1800 Sunday, or It ildeis Lcdr. Raft returned to work Monday .
Calling all pinochle players A Thlel, 1117 Allegheny Rr. Ph. ext. can gel oft will lease Monday Turner with a nice tan after a week's
tournament to determine the hospital 8227. Ph 593 or 8.123.: If
will under '37 Buick 4-dr. Original owner, good l.oI1I-I't'tlll'C'l'ct Persian kitten 3 mo. leave down state Laurie Ros-
champ get way condition throughout; heater, Guith old black Last seen near 1100 Allegheny enburg has been out ill for sev-
Monday night, March 21, at 1930 ''It. 8193 or 2-2000. Rd If found< at the Recreation Hall. Theutht"rn Baby carriage, collnpulble, $7 Klanlgn or notify Sam Buteibaugh at 1100 ,
Bell girls will 1411-A Child St., NAS, Allegheny Rd.Breezing. of Contract section recently Hrlef llltii: Supply's bowling
S<\ Telephone White enamel metal Insulated toe box became the mother of an 8 pound, I: league will lope home a sure win-

visit March 22 Ward D-l for a 50.1ti} rapacity, $10 bee at 132,B, Cecil :j 11 ounce pill See you at the :'ner Tuesday night In. the final
Bingo party. Field or call ext 47, Cecil Field .
: "As of
1946 Fold convertible super deluxe 8, AroundO c--+ce Satuiday! I, fray of the season.
()('ClT 'ATIO 'AI. THERAPY- Team No. 2 Mood
24000 miles, radio and heater motor I III Monday, Supply
lAst the patients are wonderingwhat and bOldy In good condition. $1300. & R Children's two games ahead of Supply Team
is going on in the Occupational Sa.vmon. ext 255 I I I NurseryHas No. 1 and with such a narrow

Therapy department, here's Two wheel baggage and utility taller Sunday HoursThe margin only next Tuesday night
Excellent tires, docket hitch safety "Chm'Ch'I1S will chime, In apple
the scoop The department is wires $50 cash Call ext, 76i or we blossom! time". Chief Carton will reveal the final outcome .
end at 521 Attleboio St Childien's Nursery here at the which is
frying painted from one to another Not long after party
Hall Instrument
and of the
You will hardly recognizethe Apartment size washing machine, &A: > : Shopare NAS will now be open on Sundays, planned for the 26th the trophywill
E\I'l'hot" electric oven, $:">0 All engaged. are pink
it revealed Mrs Arlene rest In
was by to SupplyIn
place. compressor and spray gun $35. Bailey moulds and happy blue birds all
I i
'Cheshire, ,, reserved for it In the
ext. "W. Nursery supervisor. the spot
influence i'
In spite of painters' over the place. Guess ole Dan'l
41 DeSoto 4-dr sedan. good condition' I The nt'Sunda schedule
I' beginsat lounge
there 'xts been a good amountof will tacilflce! for $7!>5, Private owner, Cupid has started his spring campaign
work going on in the weaving $275 down. balance can be financed in a big way. Congratulations 1900 and. extends until 2230. Frank Williams, Jr of Inventory -

J'om Just for good evidence of Carter, 9-felO'J I[ to both of you. I left Supply last week to takea

work being oneha'e H Mortt, 5-ioom, 5 modem product he home acres, nicely, !5 miles famished outside -- I Vesta and Oleson were both out Navy Wives Club 1 position with Postal Railway the,

AD3, how the attractive blue and city limit Sacilfloe( with liberal the same two days last week Butbefore Gathers Thursday but balancing our ledger is
white chenille rug, in the Orange teimi. KckeU.; BldB. 450 or Ph. :a754 scandal runs amok, we'll\ return of two former Supply crs,
2 bedroom bungalow, neat end at linelive. William Fooshee and Johnny Hoffman -
peel design he has just completed. Near San Maico and bus $1.- tell you all about it. Vesta went i I 7atksonville Navy Wives Club both of Stock control .

Leather work has not been neglected 150 down, $58 monthly I'h, l-4Si6; I to the dentist and Oleson was re- M will hold its monthly social, I Lucille Strother, of Accounting,
I :
either. Dwight McCullough, 9-60! evenings.Universal cleaner, I cupei ating from an extra big Dag- Thursday March 17 at 1400 at the has been happily announcing the
vacuum (
SK3 has put in many hours on allnker's u81'd"I'Y little $45 Also 3 metal wood sandwich. I theenk! Dewey Paik clubhouse. I arrival of a new grandson, John

wallet. Now all he has to lawn chair In exielUnl condition, i, Who ran out of gas the other day I All Navy and Marine wives are Peter IV.Helen .

do) is find something to put into It! $10, Plochei, 4001-C Dewey Paik and fouled up traffic ? That de- invited to the gathering which section
Two 'lon white sldcwall Hall of.the same
Imperial n
lay was almost an unpardonablesip. I
I limes, 650x15. Cost $1328 each. Will will feature a cosmetic pal ty Prizes was one of the lucky people who
Kind of wasn'tit
sacrIfice for 5J5: each In original embarrassing and gilts will be awarded and attended the Mardi Gras a coupleof
BaseballContinued wtapper. Halpeit. Ph 28705. I, Lancaster You and your crew free' nursery will be provided for I
1947 Plymouth maroon special deluxe did look pretty sheepish mosylng weeks back, and claims it was
4-dr. sedan, Will sell to best offer, childien. I the best one ever had The
,. ( from Page 1) excellent condition. :MOM, ext. 243. along pushing that station'a'on, I (indoctrination claws, after a

I f field, the lads were oriented on) Pine op-leaf table, $75 4pc. bed- I Smedley went on a long libertyover lengthy tour through Overhaul and
the more general- fundamentals, loom suite. $50; Motorola car radio, the week-end all the way Veterans Offered
$25 also 2 split bamboo blinds, $4 Repair, have been calling it "Oh
later getting closer instructions Bull 3215 Genoa, Ph 24303. I to Tennessee to visit his dad. Hope and Ah" department Jack

from the various instructors in Refgr., twin beds radio and phonograph I YOU had a wonderful time you Data On Bonus (I Bennett, Gordon Reddy, Carl Rc'lI -
divided groups. Instructional combined tugs, minor. All are I looked like. you needed vacation.. :I ter and Hartley Sleeves are daily

groups included sliding, batting, he gotten at bargains, Ph ext. Quit a furor was started the All information and peitlnent lunch-time chess fanatics, and

bunting, infield technique, outfield Phllco radlo-phonogiaph combinationwith other day. We're having a new data relating to VeteianV Bonus 1 while they won't give the expertsany

technique, leg conditioning, base 65l'1'rords. $50: McCoy. ?xt. 6I l. I department added to Shop 41420. bills in various states can be secured I real worries very soon, they;

running, home plate etiquette, plus '40( Plymouth, Hunt, 3144-B reasonable Child. pood St NAS condition 'I' Coing to have a face lifting in the at the Veterans Service Center (still welcome the opportunity to
the usual warmup conditioning exercises guise of a new shop stores and take on in a fight to
1919 Foid convertible with 41 Jacksonville, according to Elmer newcomers
[ prevalent at all training motor, radio and healer good supply room. Alia time some- R. Kelley, city-county service I the finish.
camps top $495.:>> Inquire for Carter at ACL tl.eengs new. Pretty soon I'ma
officer. Salute to Minnie Pearl: Ma Williams -
r The coaching staff consisted" of RR station Orange Paik 'trot fin' notheenk aroun''ht're '
1941 Mercury 4-dr. sedan, very clean gonna Established as a service to all :' whose valuable services' i
14 Naval Air Station ?
members excellent (condition $K O. Call Mr. any more, ain't it make her functional in the
i veterans in and out of the ser' '! I I a pivot
and members of the Jacksonville -
Hand at ext. 216 or 8-21S4. I I James Waddington expects to
South is of at.leI
the Service Center area, one Suplj
receivesdaily I I
t, rcoereation department. 46 4-dr. Chev. sedan, leathered upholstery go to the hospital for an operation
all information workers, and without a doubt is a
plastic seat coven $1125. Chief pertaining
Among those from Jacksonville soon. Good luck, we surely- do I I
McGhee, contact at well liked figure in that arm.
Inspection Veterans
ioup bonus and transmitsthis
s attending the opening day ceremonies out fine.
hope everything
Hangar I I The
suffering object of manya
,/ were N. L },I aJli son, superintendent '46 Chev. 2dr. sedan. All accessor: Not only that but the stork 13 due service free of cost. )"
of public recreation; Including tadlo and heater $1195. at Waddmgton( residence. By At present application blanksfor I I practical joke ( and also eb

t Crowther Boyd, business manager :Fannln. 1006 Barln St, NAS. Ph. ext fie time you read this, we'll know living veterans of the stateof to dish it out), Minnie rear1'sWgood
SOT 8162. nature Is aril
of the Jacksonville Baseball Club; '35 Plymouth or good condition, cheap. ;I definitely whether it's a boy or Louisiana are available at the even tempered
and Jack Aragon new skipper of I Ah'In. Ph 24742. girl. Service Center, as well as appli-

t, the Jacksonville\ Tars. All three : 1942 lord 4-dr,ntl'oanndll New tires; and I II I Thursday is St. Patrick's day cation blanks for all states issuing I I (Editor's note: Thanks for the

txrir :.WUO-B:! Norman, Dewey I'k,
camp, pointing out the wonderful 1946 25-fr. home trailer, newly teconcl "sso certn' the green". This 1 le an tion, queries of eligibility:; and all errors!) .
I? opportunity afforded for the I Has ref mgr., Butane lose, Duo-Therm important da for Pat Cane, first other information will be offered' -- -- -
\ youngsters of this area. heater and elec brakei. Sleeps four. I because his son is six months old to all veterans.
When queried on what het. Call Saramuvext, 589, day;' 588 I'IllIht. today and because all Irishmen .. PAYROLL /AVrW#
37 PImouth. 2-dr, with 42 rebuilt
: thought about the new camp, a motor and mastC'r brake cylinder, celebrate. Pat'''. Especially the THB Prerc/RB' OF
w-headed> youngster, pounding Ji25. Do\II. ext. 244. Shanty Irish. I AlaskanContinued .

t. t, his glove gingerly: even after the 2 lounge chairs, 1 sofa McDonald. 4175 ------- .s'.eURrTY,

Hon, concluded, looked up and |i I Lenox A\e. Kilt UKNT: 'You'd better watch that arm of I ( from Page 1) I IY

,smiled' 'Boy this sure is some- Six furnished apaitmrnts, chlldten yours!" areas by aircraft, The slides also

-, thin" I I welcome Fdgewond: & Beavrr. Kirk- "Oh, It knows its way around." revealed swamps, roadside pools
land. 2.9115 or G-3'iOl: I
) [ and ponds heavily infested with
I Prl\ate loom Ilh bath and double bed
2Jooms with\ seml-prlvHte hRI h. Also ; : larvae, wigglers and mosquitoes
4' Comdr. Gage I small two room apartment. Hounlon, I themselves which swal med over
:2601 Park Ph 8./T70. I II
l t { (Continued from rage 1)) Double rooms with twin )>( and J>lI. military personnel posing for demonstration -
vale bath. Steam heat and continuous purposes
man aspiring to a naval career, I hot, water Maitln. 3547 Park St. 4.5 I
invering as it does his rise from .
--- -- He: "I'm not feeling
fin ordinary seaman In UU7 to his : junior grade. At the elope of the ." myself tonight "

omms8ionmg! as H full (commandr war, he became interested' In flight ,, WAVE: "You're telling me." I 'eo 1

in 1I'43. training, then in its Infancy.In Give Throughyour -. -- ----. -
A native of J8't'l'hlMaAs"\ the I' ---- --.---
new chief staff officer of ComNnlR 1926 Commander Gape was Red Cross STATION BANKHours

attended Phillips Exeter swat ded his Na'yn s and advanced

Academy and had spent' one year I to rank of lieutenant commander -

ftt the University of Alabama I in 1929 before retiring to

when the United States entered 'private lift in rensaccla. There I I1t/0-1500--Momlay through t

..' ..." V..lld'ar I. Enlisting RE a rear' I he acted as commanding officer c If r Thurwlay I

,; ." man, he was selected] for officers one of the first Reserve Naval Av- 11AO-1700-Friday

w r training at Pentac-ola, "where' he I iation Units until once more recalled I )W)0-1200-Ciiatnrday) I

was commissioned: a lieutenant to active duty in 1HO.!; '

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17 March 1949 JAX AIR NEWS. Page Three

Chips Are Down '
Week'Snd Thiel And LloydIn

Playoff Match Supply And Marines Battling ,

::,'. .: 4nq7fA' f Notes from For Chiefs Toga For Intra-Mural Cage CrownAfter ,I

Closing; their day' competitionwith
: identical tallies of 91 Bob
: torrid down the he stretch battle Supply and <
Thiel and Jim Lloyd will have to a w ,

v, MARTUTASKON" wait until this coming Sunday to Marines emerged as basketb;all champions respectively in -

i, settle the issue of this month's the National and American i intra-mural leagues, with the "I

Chief Petty Officers' golf tour- rivals in two-out-of three series to tieship.
two engaged
now a .
&8-The annual inspection was a good source of news for this
for which we worked' so hard column. nament. termine the station champions! .
The two chiefs who topped the _.__ ___ __ __ "
and looked forward to so long, A pleasure to welcome aboard The National and American
yl pent our dollars for insignia, dry the following new squadron members rest of the field in the chiefs' r:eet leaguers clashed in the first fray I I go. Behind the scintillating second

.. Y .cleaning, and tailoring all history : T S. Clegg, AA; M. R. Ken- here over the past week-end will yesterday, with the results still :, frame point-making of forward i"

now 'e can ,heave a oer, HM1: W. A. Bowers, SR; C. stage an 18-hile match for the unavailable by press tfme. The ;i Bob Claffy, the victors turneda \ '
I slow contest into fast ,
4 nigh of relief, even if we can't Poppell, SN; R. M. Clark, SR; andD. trophy. Second battle is set for the NATTC I starting battle \\'ith, the a half- .''fti i
relax. There must be no letdown W. Harris, AO1. A numberof Carl Drumrigr' clubbed a beauti- auditorium today 1 i. time moving cage
count at 15-7 the
4 The squadron which oir present vacancies still exist for sea ful 2.! yard drive to take long The Marines earned the right to I Supplyers let standing go from all anglesto ,

skipper, Comdr. Leroy Johnson, man recruits drive honors for the day while Joe their bid for the title with their leave their toe in the dust

commanded, won the trophy last If our friends, the Station Keepers Boytis dropped a neat shot within convincing 50-42, triumph over I Supply faced a torrid battle

year. With such proven leadership, could be persuaded to hold off reaching distance of the pin on the Dispensary five Tuesday after- when they tangled with the strung
it is up to FASRON 58 to do its running their little tow vehicles number seven green, to take close- noon, while Supply disposed of the NARTU five in the
shot laurels in the quarterfinals
beet to prove that it is aj goodas while we are having muster, may- tourney. Personnel quintet, 37-30 Monday morning. At halftime with

the best One of the most be some of the announcementscould A low total of 31 putts gave Paced by center Bill Page, who the score 22.20 in NARTU's favor .

effective ways to increase our be heard. Any man now John Bush putting hoonrs, while tallied 12 points, the American 'I Claffy turned on the pressure to ........::
standing in the nation-wide competition attending a college is eligible to J C. Maudin, on the other hand, league champs scored early in the lead
". Supply: to a 48-42 win. The
to hold the lead to the finIsh
is to improve our Recruiting apply for a commission. It is no tapped the ball oerv the greens 43 fray Al I' rangy Supply forward I led the scoring -
and Attendance That that time to make the dubious honor of Gerberding, Dispensary '
scoie. puts Iciger a pre-requisite a man parade with 22 points.
took laurels
pivotman, scoring ,
the lesponsibilit on, each Individ- I complete two years of college. Men most putts during the meet. racking up 23 markers In other games Monday, Dispensary .
ual. If YOU are present for each attending Florida U. and Stetson, George Fowler captured "kicker" toppled R-l 32-26, and

drill, and if YOU do your part I see Comdr. Schrader ... 'I honors with a net 74, while Charlie Personnel FallsOn Personnel edged the Hospital, 44-
towards recruiting new men, we : Miller ended with the best "poker Monday, the Marines gained 41. .

can'tail. Think it over, thoseof hand" by tallying five 6's in succession revenge over an earlier drubbingat
Bill Sholts arid J. F. Nelen the hands of FASRON 6, by I
yo" who show up for drills whenit Key West Station
turning the tide, in a fast 43-34 '
happens to suit you. Don't let each picked up three 5's in a row. { ,Navy Band Plans
duel, to move into the semi-finals Ii i "
your shipmates down! : Extends Thanks Following the day's meet, theCPO's i Supply showed Personnel their '49 Concert Tour
'1. Cemdr. Johnson well satisfied gathered at a buffet I
was heels in the National loop title
with the turnout for the drill, I Appreciation for services rendered the club where prizes for the I I Two concert tours to middle

and he would like to congratulate by the Naval Air Station I tournament were awarded. Among I Atlantic and New England States

all hands for their interest and band and Chief Petty Officer Ellen I those present were Patty Berg, -.have been approved for the U.

cooperation.If M. Messer WAVE, during the leading professional golfer who S. Navy Band for this spring and
Navy Charity Carnival at Key gave an exhibition at the local fall.
any men think it's tough to
fret: here regularly ft. drills, consider West, Fla... has been forwarded by course earlier in the day, along | The first tour will be from 27
the case of Lcdr. Kane. He i Capt. 1< L. Busey, commanding officer with Betty McKinnon and Frances April to 31 May and includes conceits -
I I of Naval Air Station, Key Owens. in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, 1
has to tome all the way from his SALTY HUMOR FROM
West I New York, Connecticut, Rhode
home at Datyona Beach, over 100 j
miles away. During the course of a I I In his letter Captain Busey expressed j HERE AND THERE Island and Massachusetts. A second "
I appreciation and thanks to tour is scheduled f6r the parr
year he drives 2500 miles In attending I Hospital I 1
the drills here. Yet he has Capt. A. I. Malstrom for making it Squad j, ted 27 September to 31 October

never missed a drill. Greater love'I possible for the participation of Judge: 'Didn't "you marry the with concerts in Virginia, Wrst

for the Navy hath no man! I I the local band along with Chief Meets Fasron 6 belle Sambo of Harlem"Ah sho'? did Hon- I Virginia. Kentucky. Tennessee
: jo'
, You can always identify Lcdr. I II Petty Officer Messer at the carnival Mississippi, Georgia, Florida

I Kane--he'aJorever: scurrying about festivities.. : ah.Judge: "Then, why do you wanta 1 I hna.South Carolina and North C&ro1 ..
,doing his own work and all he can For Links Title "
i toy. |)help others do theirs. If you Many a student' runs after a Sambo: "Cause ah jus' foun' out Exact dates and cities in which
have get together withLcdr chicken to find- it's wild concerts will be given has not
any gripes only a 1 "
drt de belle am out o' order.
ten week
? Kane. More than likely he'll goose chase. Trailing by points a been decided. The 50-piece band
i know that corrective steps toUke. ago, the Hospital golf crew put on I will be directed by Lieutenant
the to the Amer. Swabby.: "That gal looks like
pressure capture Commander Charles Brendler
or at least, he'll listen
sjmfwithetically. "
i lean league crown in the station she ought to belong to the 400. USN, during the tours.-SEA)

t :' I 1 I IIE intra-mural links tourney, winning I Second Ditto: "Yeah-one of the .
,.A squadron figure also in the > "
the right to battle the National ciphers, no doubt. it turns around and blows the

J, limelight Officer, Supply Ginn. and He's Disbursing the man I I IE I loop victors, Fasion 6, for the station I other way."
title.Stalling. For that Lousy Ff''h -
who sees that everyone is paid on i r.
"Mummy I swim
time. The underground informsus I off slow, Hospital over- ming?" may go

that Lt. Ginn has received a took Overhaul and Repair and fin- ,
Mary: "That was a striking "You may not. It's too deep and
ished round-robin
honor play with a
from the New York "
Life Insurance ht'I I I total of 35 points. Members of the dress :you had on last night. dangerous.
Comuany, which
June "Oh! Then that'swhat "But is "
I : maybe daddy swimming.
represents. This is the'company's Hospital crew include Dave Hen-
,,;: 104th anniversary, and Lt. Ginn ,I derson, Bob Allen, J. F. Rentz; E. made me slap that sailor." ."Yes, but he's insured."

',i",..,; ;:. is among the 101 agents who have i : P. Ballinger, W. Tibbetts and
't; I Robert Swabby: "Let me present my The wonderful. lore of a beautiful
- ., been (chosen on the basis volume Lucky. "
,;.:;, Fasron 6 had in wife to you. maid,
business sailing
of to attend the easy
.. cornpany's I I Second Ditto "No thank The love staunch
: you.I've of a trve ma.n.And ,
: 1" copping the American bunting
;. anniversary celebration at got one of my own." the love of a baby, unafraid.,,
"'{\> Its home office in New York City with 471'1 points, eight more than Have existed
since time
'f" < in the nearest competitor) VF82.Carrying began.
: The
.;. $ ., April. company has over Exectant Father: "Is It a he or But the greatest love the love of
the banners
of Fasron 6
; "i 7,000 agents, which gives some idea loves
'I she ? ,
what Lt. were Robert Justice, Henry Fowler -
of Ginn's
: Nurse: "It's a they!I" Even greater than that c*. a
'1..11;q means S. W. Lloyd, William Powell, mother
: t I W. C. Barnes, Clem Connelly and
Military courtesy goes beyond Swabby: "How about a date tonight Is the tender, passionate, infinite
) rendering of salutes. It is not restricted R. Ehman ?" love

*ll 1 {. < to relationships between ':, Hospital. and Fasron 6 will meet I: Manicurist, sugar: "You'll have to ask' Of one drunken bum for .
enlisted men and officers. It is in an 18 hole playoff match to decide "
r4 my husband. He's shaving: you
more, or less, than the commonsense I the intra-mural champion: I
Young wife (coply) :
',:';r. simple courtesy which is also I __.. .__u_.___.t _Arl'S_ ship be surprised, dear, if I gave youa A ragged tramp knocked at the
Standings1'A'rioNAJ )
required to be a success in civil
: life. ROCKET: NOSE-Pointing In pi.. check for your birthday?" door of a doctor's house
jour direction I* the large rocket Hospital 35 Hubby: "I most certainly Tramp: "Could I have a pair of
Jf you have missed former execu. OAR 23 old ?"
I protruding from the nose >fan would. the doctor's pants
tive officer Lcdr. Jones, we wantto I I'xl'E'rlmf'nhl80 "ShootingStar. Suppl Operations,- 'JRRl ]b'2'y Wife: 'Well, here it is, all made Lady: "I don't think you'd wantto

report now that press of person I ." 1'lame and heat from R-2 2 out, and ready for you to sign." wear them"
al affairs has made it impossible "
X-I. 0 : "Why?
the rocket thrust U dissipated' Tramp .
for hlrr to continue with the unit. I A Ml-IMC AN )'!-. "
through an opening In the underside If little Red Riding Hood lived Lady: "I'm the doctor.
We, especially are sorry tohave 1-asion: 6 47UV.F82 : ,
of the nose, and the pilot 1 is 34'y today
him resign from participation I V}'-tli 911 would Her "I think makee
protected by a "special fire \\all. The modern girl : dancing a
jn squadron activities because he The plane also carries banksof VFM. li 4UVKM. : She only had to meet one) wolf, girl's feet too large, don't you'"'
smaller rocKet under eachlng.. \ K-85 i y 1 Not one on every corner. Him: "Yeah"

.. _
h --- --- Her: "I think swimming five a
Entertainment Galore
I "We have a lilac bush 40 feet girl awful large shoulders, don't

At .Jax-'X outh Center Finish high." ;you?"
Eight Training i iI "I wouldn't lilac that if I were Him: "(pause) "You must ride

Amateur shows, stunts, quiz programs 'ou." quite a bit too." {

.,. : and square dancing are just -- -

.r.'It part of the big recreational program -I At Flight Training School I II I A sailor after placing some flowers .,', \\-.l ,

'rf;: staged every Saturday nightI on a grave in the cemetery; ,
In the new "Jax Youth Center" located ._t
noticed old Chinaman
I Eight men were graduated recently j; an placing
in the Educational building fer of NATTCen to Tenn I ,
from the Operation Flight Memphis a bowl of rice on a nearby grave
c>If the First Presbyterian church, Trainer Maintenance School of the The school! graduates from eight !! and asked' : "What time do you ex-

East Monroe street. Naval Air Technical Training Unit, to 20 men every four months. Students i I I pact your friend to come up and "

I Navy personnel are invited to ,conducted at the Naval Air Sta'tion. are selected for the highly eat that rice ?" %

participate in the activities, which 'I specialized\ and advanced course I The old Chinaman replied with

also) include ballroom) dancing from In the most recent graduating from the ranks of qualified Special 1 1II I a smile: "Same time jour friend

: 7:30 to 11:00: p.m. to the music of :class were G. F Woodard, TD3; Devices!! Technicians throughout comes up to smell the flowers."

,'1' '1 a dance band.Youth I G. E. Hatch, TD3; O. H. Wells, the service. I -- T

(1. TDl; R. H. Storm. TD2; L. PE'ter.1 II Lt. A. J. Beaudoin is officer in I' A kindly old lady noticed a

, son, TDC; D. P. Henry, TD1; A, charge of the unit; assisted by a small forlorn character standingon

Center Invites I .. Johnson, TD3; and R. R. King, : Western Electric company contract the corner. He appeared down

' TDAN. These men will now be I engineer, and three highly and out too to One
t yet proud beg. ]
Servicemen To Dance I I
of technicians
capable taking complete charge qualified
day, in a flood of compassion, she
Service personnel of the Naval} II of administrative, operation and i j I I The Operational Flight Trainer I'j I slipped a dollar into his hand, and
maintenance of any operational is a complex training device that I
Air Station who wish to learn to Flight Trainer installation at Naval j i! simulates allot the flight char whispered, "Don't despair

dance or improve their terpsichorf Air Stations, and fleet bases, acteristics of a specific type air The following day, the little fellow -

F" endeavors, have been extended will be able to do conduct pilot craft. It provides thorough C'ock.pit stopped her and handed her

, an invitation to attend the weekly and crew checkouts at such installations checkout for type aircraft I eight dollars*
dances held every Saturday night as well as install and I During the training, every possible I "What does this mean?" she

at the St. Mary'a Youth Center In maintain trainers and associate\ hazard that might be encountered asked.

'::',\ Jacksonville. I equipment in actual flight, from loss of propeller I' "It means, mum, that Don't Despair "At first, the men were uncooptr

" Sponsored by the St. Mary's I The Naval Air Technical Training to an uncontrollable dive. won at 8 to 1." tin and resentful. Then by apply! .

Episcopal church the dance at Unit, one of the original 141 I is met without leaving the ing the psychological prinnplq

the Youth center, located at Ninth schools under :NATTCen, Is the I Forty-four technicians Newcomer "Does the wind which reduces defense mtcbwlIlII
I' tround'i al'j
at left at the trained to date at NAS Wow this around here !
end Laura streets, Ifins 2000 only remainingilchrol I| way way 1 WM able to ."
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.i'' ra'U j Station Baseball Nine

i I Begins Play Saturday .

I Opening with the Raiford State Prison Farm nine, at

Raiford Saturday, the Jax-Navy diamonders will :roll into

:Mason field for a two-game series with the University of

North Carolina, Sunday and Monday, in their first home

U stand of the 1949 campaign.

With two weeks of practice un-
other holdover who the NAS
der their belt, the local baseballers paced
under coach George Boerner are team at the plate with a lusty
still in the rough stage and the i .327 is the likely choice for the
inter-squad games which were catching assignment.On .
scheduled this week will prob- the mound the mentor will
ably give a better slant on the probably give! several hurlers a
first lineup. i chance ot show their wares. By
The Infield department poses as splitting up the chores, Jim Daley
the major problem for this year's "Ace" Woolbright, Jake Duvall
edition. Out of the vast crop of and Johnny Stllchen, holdovers
hopefuls who showed promise in I from the '48 pitching staff along

early practice session, only a few I with William Burke, Quonset
have come through with consistency -, mound,ace last season, may see
with the rest elated for action.
full sessions of swinging the timber -.-- -

":' leading Candidate) Patty Berg Awes

Bill Crane, backstop on last
year's squad will be called upon to .
hold down the initial sack if a Huge Crowd Here
better first sacker doesn't show
up by Saturday. Chuck Moore
with the Little Creek Amphibs With ExhibitionIn
last summer has been showing .
promise at second while lanky I(I a super exhibition of golf
Bill Rogers a newcomer, may get ing skill at its best, Patty Berg,
i the call at short, and Carl Webb. one of the nation's leading femInine -
I' > A \ br is the leading candidate for the professionals showed how
: "hot corner." i "not to do it" and just "how to
In the outergarden, Don Man- do it" during her clinic here last
i ning, Bob Fowler. and Ray Ad- Saturday, then proceeded to dem-
kins, have the edge in the fly- onstrate more thoroughly in an 18-
chasing department. hole tour of the NAS links.
Behind the plate Ken Werner an- The personable Miss Berg of

Minneapolis, Minn., who injects
Q Base Courtmen---I humor into her exhibitions caughtthe
\\I KINO .('TIOSJ.ontAJtholllCh: limited to six bout, last week's smoker here between the fancy of the large gallery with
t Jln-S aand' Peniula glowers |prodded plenty of action. In the surprise added attraction! Kid her confidence and her long hit .
.. Ktirlap ( left) and I.uigl O'I,.-ary (photo 1) brought humor Into the at with their exhibition in the Open Campaign tang

t manly art of self-defense.! McKinney (left, Photo No. 2)) of Jlu-Savv swarms all over I'ensacoln'sOtNtrge I The 1949 edition of the Jax-Navy I I The Minneapolis led-head who
f B.iatle In their welterweight scrap: tffWen, by ;McKinney. A hard right by JIl'\-SI"'Y'f: George tennis squad will swing Into action i turned professional after winning
Ii::' Mills (photo 4)) sends Albert Man-na sprawling to the deck In a bout which ended with a TKO win for this week-end, making its major U. S. women's amateur
Mill, lI..a\'wl"l&htll Karl Steele (left) of rrn..acola and Shirley Hawkins of Jax-Navy mix It up atrloxe Reason debut against the University titles teamed with Frances Ow.
r, quarters (photo) with Steele getting the nod. Although IVii.sacolas Ray Wharton (photo 5)) of Florida here Saturday afternoon ens of Jacksonville to: defeat the
Heeiiis tied up hy Jax-Navy' Eddie Martin (right), Wharton came back to cop the verdict. then taking on a strong I IGl"ol'gla team of Comdr Frederic Brush-of
NAS and Betty McKinnon )Mti
Tech crew Sunday and
Monday.The Pleasant Texas amateur, lupin! '--1'

t Pensacola Mittmen Edge final round of the all-station tlinic.Plans an 18-hole. match following :

tournament to determine the six
eventual members of the Jax-Navy .thtje :
tennis squad Is slated to Le played -
I Formulated
Jax-Navy Warriors 6-4 Friday at the Ship's Service
courts with the first encounter getting
: For Softball
under way at 1630. Play
for berths the
Competition on
Mills Wins Over Mareno varsity team has been waxing hot With a successful intra-mural
: I
Jax Glovers over the last week of play with season nearing!; comple.
plans are now being arrangedfor
over half of the original aspirant
McKinney Decisions BattleMinus !1 already eliminated from the run- the intra-mural Softball league
Seek Score ning. with play expected to begirt the
first of next month.
. ( the services of its top flight members, the Jax- i i I Pacipg the field of candidatesis ,I With Jack Duncan or the Phys
Owen Williams
Naxv boxing; combination fell victim to a hard punching crew At Pensacola runner-up and '1948 year's Seventh-I ical and Recreation department in

of mittmen from the Naval'Air) Training: Base, Pensacola, Naval District champ. Bill Elliot charge of the diamond loop the

with the invading Goslings taking four of the six bouts on another top-notch artist has looked all-station competition will be aim.
last Thursday's card here at Mainside auditorium.With I Strengthened by the return of good during the tournament. liar to the tournament conductedlast
with two
Golden Ju- year
Glovers! heavyweight Although the final squad will not separate
heayvweight Julio Zayas --- ----- leagues to be formed.
lio and Chuck
Zayas flyweight be chosen until after the
weight go. :Mills inflicted enough tourney
Dick Riley, middleweight -
welterweight One of the
circuits will
Abalon, a formidable NAS Jax- consistof
damage in the first two roundsto Williams, Iliot, along with Leon-
Glover Cameron and bantamweight -
55 Green Cove mitt will teams from divisions
Navy squad ard Bob Ship's Company -
prevent Maieno from comingout Curtis John
Chuck Abalon away at 'knock at the doors of the Pensa- while the second will include *
for the third giving Mills a Crocker and Hy Schiener havei
Trew York participating in the
cola NATB fortress tomorrow clubs from the various squadrons -
TKO. I been the outstanding: performers to
Eastern Golden Gloves championship 'night, seeking revenge for the defeat i i with based here at NAS.
the absence of light- Hal McKinney the only other I date George Chalmers, Cliff'
plus they suffered at the hands and Entries in the league may b.
weights Joe Lasky and Con Quill local winner swarmed all over his ; of the Pensacola leather-pushers at I' Prince Jay Brauer. gunning for submitted to Jack Duncan at the

n. Jax-Navy could not musterthe opponent, George Battle. Several : Mainside auditorium last Thurs- reserve positions.Station I I Physical Training department,
necessary power to cope with i times McKinney had Battle on the day night. building 726. All teams are expected
the heavy laden Pensacola forces. I verge! of a KO but Battle kept Along with Zayas and Abalon Wielders to have a roster of at least 15
Welters George Mills and Hal hanging on to the finish. under the Jax-Navv banner will players. With a number of softball -
'I '
McKinney were the only Jax-Navy Philipmo Christincfo Fortin be bantam, Richard Beck who losta fields now in Operation on the '
W victors, while two other decisions started the invading Pensacola close one to Chico Frias here Meet Tough Foes station several games may be

handed down by the officials could squad off right with a hard-earn. last week. Frias floored Beck in Breaking even in their first pltyed after working hours each
have gone either! way. ed decision over Willie Brown of the third to cinch the decision. day.
two starts, Jax-Navy' golfers will
Stills Win Jax-Navy in their flyweight scrap. Eddy Martin featherweight new J attempt to stay on the right side t .
Employing a stiff left jab, plus Although the decision here was : comer to the Jax stable will probably of the ledger as they play host
a hard right George Mills of the unanimous, the flight was closer' be matched! with Pensa- ':'to the University of Georgia here Handball Tourney
locals gave Albert Mareno of Pensacola than the outcome indicated. I cola's Ray Wharton /.after the Monday and Georgia Tech next Accepting Entries
no rest in their welter- Richard Beck got off to a fast splendid showing In the local ring. Wednesday and Thursday. ....
-- start against Chico Frras also of Making up the remainder of the In its first meet of the sE'8.S0n.I I' Station handball enthusiasts in. .
the Philippines fighting under the squad will be the up and coming the local squad dropped a decisionto terested in entering the Jax-Navy
4 Clubs Scrap banner of Pensacola, but wilted in NAS welter. Hal Mckinney light. the University of Florida, but singles and doubles handball tour-
the late minutes. A knockdown by heavy Pat Patterson, Welter came back a week later to take nament, contact Chief Barney
Fries in the second was the deciding George Mills and LightweightDick the measure of the Quantico Ma. Baxter at Extension 593 or Build.

For Officers'Bowling factor. Riley. rlnes. ing
Ilttwkin Loses 726."a"l' -
Rookie Eddie Martin gave a re
good account of himself In his .;
sotto with Gosling Ray Warton
the but the latter possessed too much ya
of top running aggregations
In the Officers' bowling i I ring savvy for the local youngster.The o >
circuit will match strikes and judges split in their decision
spores tonight and Friday at the here with the final announce I aI
ment meeting with a round of di.i1 -
!f--e, officers' lanes in a "Shaughnessy" 1
playoff with the winning team to approval.
be crowned station champs in the Another close scrap one that :
officers', division. i could have easily gone either way, I
lank Earl Steele was given the "% 4a aT
The competing clubs, Overhaul } { yN Cyhf
& Repair, VF-83, Fasron 6, and VF85. nod over Shirley Hawkins of Jax- I
gained their berths In the final Navy. Both battlers kept each
tvent by virtue of victories in the I other tied up at clone quarters
round just completed. Overhaul & throughout. f

Repair opped the first round, with I I' Pat Patterson and Andy Casey, _..____n__ .
VF-P and VF-85 Maulers tied for middleweights from the Jax-Navy KMININE S1.nIn her

second while Fasron ft came in stable, gave a three-round exhibition inhibition here, Mar 8, Louise
third of their prowess. ::0\\1(11 (I lop) displays| form hill
Although pairings for the com Making their local debut, Kid has won her fame. (hi right/ It t r r
: log meet have not yet been arranged Burlap and Luigi O'Leary treated I the trio that toured 1 Hit luculcourt
I two matches will ba played the crowd with their exhibition of *- lust Suturil.iy, (1 l., r)
14. off tonight with the winners the manly art of self defense, I Frances Owen of JUK, rutty
meeting 'fn the flnala Friday eve, using; every technique in the books, Berg, top pro and llflty McKldiit -
fling, and some that were not lists'I.Nxriv. 1't'*a.., amateur'


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