Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1951
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander N aval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing: 11

Naval Air Technical Training Center

Officially Reactivated In Ceremonies

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.. Nine Schools ExpectedTo

Draw 8,000 At Peak

F a Another step in the Navy's accelerated training program

was enacted here at the Naval Air Station Monday with the
4i xJr reactivation of the Naval Air Technical Training Center

I which will bring some 8,000 students and staff members

vr K her by June.
..l' The Training l -I Center, which was. *- f
moved in March 1948 from NAS about 8,000 or more by June 1.
to :Memphis, where the Naval Air Attending the ceremonies :Mon-
I 1: Technical Training Command Is day were a host of Navy and civil

I located, was recommissioned in ian dignitaries, including mem-
i brief but impressive ceremonies at Lets of the naval affairs committee -
I 1100 Monday morning, with Rear and board of directors of the
: I Adm, Harold M. Martin, chief of Jacksonville Chamber of Com
Q w Naval Air Technical Training act- merce.
.r ing: 811 commissioning officer I Vice Adm. John Dale Price,
I Capt. Lester Rice, former com- chief of Naval Air Training, was
.. mander of the carrier USS Valley on hand for the occasion, along
Forge, assumed command of the with commanding officers and
huge training center, with Comdr. ,other representatives of NAS
John Gamon assigned 9s his exec- I Jacksonville, Fleet Air Jacksonville
utive officer I Fleet Air Wing Eleven,
r Nine !School Here Naval Hospital, NARTU Jax
Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District -
,' _u""" """ Yy Following the commissioning; i and the Naval Air Technical
rites, Admiral Martin and Captain 'Training Command.

r'!",t'OWIJ. 'f :!f' .. .. ... ..... .. Rice, with their parties inspectedthe i ('ho".*" For Weather
........,..,.'..-_---": "" '''--' ''''' ":"' first detachment of men reporting I "NAT Center's" commanding

T ,, to the center, which will officer Captain lice comes to .
NATTt REACTIVATED : occupy about 70 buildings. I Jacksonville from duty aboard the
The stars and stripes go up of. A step in the expansion of the I USS Valley Forge In the Korean
tidally reactivating the Naval Naval Air Technical Training I waters. The air group aboard the
Air Technical Training Centerat Command itself, the reactivationI carrier' was the first to operate
NAS, in top photo. Vice I "NAT Center" here will bring jets on a carrier as routine duty.
Adm. John Dale Price chief of nine schools from Memphis. To be I I (Please Turn to Page 3, Col. 3)
Naval Air Training, and Hear ': located here at Jax are the Airman
I i
Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery, school, Class A and B Aviation I'
Commander Fleet Air Jackson Ordnanceman schools, Aviation I RestorationVork\
ville, left to right in top pic- Ordanance Officer school
ture, light), were among the Aviation Supply Officer school,
many naval dignitaries present. Aviation storekeeper school. Class On NATTC Area
Capt. Lester K. Rice bottom, A and B Aviation Electrician
reads his orders before assum- schools and Aircraft Instrument ,
ing command of the Center. At school. Gets UnderwayEfforts
his left is Rear Adm. Harold The eleven air technical training !
M. Martin, Chief of Naval Air .H schools at Memphis will also be I
Technical Training Command expanded, along with headquarters to restore full use
who acted as commissioning officer of NATTC. before June 1 of about 70

during the ceremony Monday I To Open| February I II buildings of the newly reactivated
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Naval Air Technical
First students will begin studies
here at Jax about the middle of Training Center here was begun -
Fcbiuaiy. When the schools here this week when the first
Industrial operate at their new strength the
Survey contingent of several hundredto
staff will consist of more than 100
4 officers and nearly 1,800 enlistedmen be employed on the rush

Board Conducting and a monthly input of almost in oject began restoration
1.000 students a month. Thecomplement
\\ .
Is expected to reach I The restoration project is be-

Study At StationAn I ing done by the Auchter Companyof
Jacksonville which was award.
Boardof Two Organized Reserve Squadrons ed the contract estimated at $1-
Industrial Survey
376,000, en) a cost plus fixed fee
the Navy Inspector Gen- basis. About one-fifth of the expenditure
it is announced, will be

week-long eral's Office conference will wind Friday up a Ordered Into Active. Militory DulyIt's used for Big exterior Undertaking renovation.

I Plans for the project are being
after making a study of man-I off with the tweeds and back to khaki for men of two squadrons of "Weekend ar- drawn by the Public Works department -

agement control, utilization of Ii riors" of the Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve; Training Unit, VF-742 and VP-711, which Comdr. Eugene, under J.the Peltier direction, officerin of

manpower, and industrial were ordered into active military service this week. charge of) construction. WOI k-
___ .
742 received I -- --------- -
practices here at the Naval Fighter Squadron. ing with the naval engineers arts
Its notice on the last day of 1950 training at the local NAUTU. The lior" when NARTU Jacksonville lepresentatives of NATTC and
Afr Station. to report for duty February 1, I duration of this training period! i was forming In April, 1946. He contract engineers. Lt (jg) James
Comprised of 23 officers and while Patrol Squadron 741 was I and any destination at its! completion has led VP-741 since it was com- Hill, Is acting as liaison officer
the board, wel- notified two days later that it is unknown. I missioned. VP-741 is the current between the contractor and the
will return to active duty on K<-,*>neN !serWell I holder of the Noel Davis Trophy military
comed aboard Monday by NAS March: 1. | VF-742 and VP-741 are the firstlesene that is awarded annually to the All schools moving here from
commanding officer Capt Douglas Both squadrons that train at : finest squadron of each type in located
units; will rite mLIt' In full Memphis were formerly
T. Day, met first with the de- i NAKTU Jax to be ordered intoactive the far flung Naval Air ReseiveTraining here. Is
of I
strength pilot, ground officer Training equipment being
heads of the station at I Command.
partment service. However, severalother
end; enlisted complement for brought from Memphis, but about
the main conference room before an indefinite period of intensive squadrons of the Naval Airi (Please Turn to Page 3, Col. 2) $ OOOO) worth of collateral equip-
{ beginning its tour. Reserve Training Command's 26 -I II ment is being supplied by the Sup.
Capt J. D. Pearson, tread of the other activities throughout the na ply depaitment, according to Capt.
visiting board, emphasized that tion have been activated and are Herman F Gingrich, Supply officer
"this Is to be a working InspE'ction presently serving with distinction a The collateral equipment is
with as little disruption of alongside regular: Navy .squadronsIn in addition to about $250,000'
normal routine as possible. He further the Far Eastern area of hostilities worth which was held and stored
explained that the aim of here when the Center moved out
the civilian section tour of the 1 VF-742 is N ART U' s newest In 1948.
Overhaul and Repair departmenthere squadron. It was commissioned in I Workers Hired
is "the cross fertilization of December 1919 and has built itself All Interior furnishing, as wellas
ideas with civilian industry" I I'a fine reputation in that short I I certain electronics an dother
it Included among the members I spare of time. During Its first an- technical equipment, will be pro
of the survey board are J. J. Ti.t t nual two weeks tour of active vided by the Supply department.
gert, maintenance manager of training duty, all the VF 742 pilots During the time the buildingswere !
Pan American Airways and Admiral were requalified in carrier hand idle, maintenance: crews kept
John Towers, USN (retired Ings aboard the USS Wright, operating the roofs in good repair, this pro
), who Is now vice-president L,: off NAS Pensacola. tecting the interiors, but.ex. *
of Pan American Admiral Tow : Noel Trophy Vi'Inner tenors, however, are badly in need
ers, one of the pioneers of naval VF-742 is commanded by Lcdr. of paint. To expedite the repair
aviation, was present at the commissioning I Edwin A. Fischer of Atlantic U\ project, 50 additional employees
ceremony of the Naval Beach! while Lcdr. Charles W mostly mechanics, have been hiredto
Air Station in 1940. He was then > k' Rogers of Jax commands VP-741 get the messhalls, barricks, and
chief of the Bureau of Aero I -- I Lcdr. Rogers was the first officer -- Instruction buildings ready for
nautics. Lcdr. Charles Rogers to become a "Weekend Wor- I Lcdr. Edwin Fischer I use.JflX .

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 11 January 1951 ..

Report Prom Washington .
Jai Air
News -

Allow 2 Years For Some Reservists
Station Published Jacksonville every Fla.Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air Duty

NAS, Jacksonville.
Capt.. Douglas T. Day ,. Commanding Officer
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell Executive Officer Admiral Loslie Serves on DD Components Policy Board

Public Information Officer .............-.......-....... Lt. Lorenzo VV Baldwin .
Fleet Air Jacksonville -
lly Armed Forces Pm Service throughout the country, in which there are
Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery Commander .
Natal Reserve", officers on inactive duty Naval ROTC units.
Allen Smith Chief of Staff
Capt.. must take a physical examination every four S .
Fleet Air Wing Eleven years. In announcing this regulation the Bu- The Army has relatively fewer enlisted men
Capt. Jesse S. McClure ............................................................ Commander reau of Naval Personnel reminded such officers In the top three pay grades than the Navy
Comdr. Joseph B. Tibbets .... ..................................... Chief Staff Officer that it is the responsibility of the individual and the Air Force Secretary of the Army
Naval Air Technical Training Center officer to insure that he is examined. Frank Pace, Jr., has reported. In his semiannual
Capt. Lester: K. Rice ................................................ Commanding Officer Reserve officers usually are notified 60 report covering the last six months of
Comdr John A. Gamon, Jr. ..._..............................._.... Executive Officer days in advance to report for medical ex ami. fiscal year 1950 the Secretary noted that the
Naval Hospital nation. A majority of Reserve officers returned Army has only 22.5 per cent of its enlisted
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton____.< Commanding Officer to inactive duty in mid-1946 are now personnel in the top grades, compared with
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer due for check-ups. 30.3 per cent for the Air Force and 301 per '
NARTU a aMen cent for the Navy. The Marine Corps per.
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp, Commanding Officer now may enlist or re-enlist for Initial centage of top three-graders is 20.8.
Comdr. Laurence Ruch_ .Executive Officer assignment to authorized Army bands in major *
The Marine Dorp has established a new ...
commands administrative and technical services ,
Main Administration
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125
and the Military Academy. Subject to policy for sea and foreign service assignments.
building Shone extension Editor-Andrew II. Planey certain requirements, including acceptance bya Under this play only personnel with nb priorsea .
or foreign service, or those who have com- .
band's officer enlistments
commanding are
Rickman SN.
Staff Members: John L. Almond; Barbara ,
The JAX AIR NEWS It published wcexiy at tile U. S. Naval Air Station, for terms of three, four five or six years and pleted six months duty within the United
Jacksonville. Florida and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds in the Regular Army unassigned. Details are States since their last return from such duty,
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35, Rev. contained in SR 615-120-53. are eligible for assignment to such service.
Nov. 1 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field, and 0 temporary or temporary
the U.eSj Naval Hospital.! The Armed Forces Information School recently duty outside the U. S. shall not be considered .
Th AIR NEWS.ls a memtw-r ot the Armed Forces Press Service. Re- 358 students from the two as a sea or foreign service assignment,
production of material from these sources must bear a credit line. Republication graduated the Marine out.
of oth r matter, rR11'i by service publications Is prohibited without permissionOf courses offered at Carlisle Barracks, Pa. (Pub- Corps points. *
Pdltor, JAX lic Information and Information and Education
.) Graduates have returned to their home Special .Hummer and winter uniforms for -
Our Goal Js Peace stations for assignments in these career fields. Navy nurses assigned to duty involving flying
The Army Navy, Air Force and Marines-including formerly issued only as flight equipment, have
now become standard issue. The winter uni-
"In These Troubled Times We Must Waves and WAG'S* 5-were represented. form is of green elastlque worn with tan cotton

shirt, and Includes baseball-type caps, shirt,
A air has been
perpetual trophy acceptedon slacks
and battle! jacket.
behalf of the Marine Corps"by General Clifton Accessories include regulation beige hose .
Have Faith To Face The Future"The B. Gates Commandant. The Joseph F. black shoes gloves and handbag. The summer
Rosa Jr. Safety Trophy was established by
uniform is basically the design
F. Ross of Glencoe Ill. in of same except
United States and the rest of the free nations of his Joseph son, aU. S. Marine Corps, Reserve, memory pilot who that the of material is tan cotton gabardine instead '"

the world face a troubled new year-and possibly many was killed in an airplane accident in February, elasUque. a -

future ;years to come. The events of the times show the 1950. The trophy will be awarded annually to Detailed regulations concerning the wearingof

world in troubled waters. What course may be taken to the Organized Marine Air Reserve fiyhter service and dress uniforms for all military

extricate itself from this turmoil is the problem that con squadron calendar with the best safety record for a personnel of the Air Force have been released

fronts mankind. The goal is peace in our time, and all timeto year. *. AFR 35-14 which is a 40-page document with illustrations ....
for the first time in the historyof !
come. The appointment of Rear Adm. Norman
the Air Force contains in one regulation><
As the New Year engulfs us we should take stock of Henry Leslie, U. S. Coast Guard as a memberof the prescribed uniform items for men and women .

the future and face the facts of the situation .The Jax: Air the Civilian Components Policy Board of the ... items of insignia, wearing insignia, de-
Department of Defense has been announced by vices, badges and decorations and wearing
News New Year's message is wrapped up in a double package Edwin H. Burgess,* Board Chairman. Admiral the uniform.

penned by Capt. Charles A. Dittmar, Senior Chaplain of Leslie first Coast Guard officer to be assignedto *

NAS and Lt. John J, Burns, Catholic chaplain. the Board, is on duty as the Chief, Office The Navy has authorized two years of voluntary
of Personnel, Coast Guard Headquarters, in active duty for enlisted male Naval
Washington. Reservists of the
lowest two pay grades (se&1
"This is the season for wishing a Happy New Year. 'If wishes e man recruit and seaman apprentice). Active
were horses, beggars would ride.' The recent Naval Unnerve Officer Training duty under this program is open only to men
"As we survey the prospects of the immediate future we observea Corps examination drew some 26,000 candidates, who were members of the Naval Reserve' prior
'situation which is not at all to our liking. Great nations are in including approximately 3,000 men of the Fleet to September 1, 1950.
conflict. Great sums of money and great efforts are demanded for and Marine Corps the largest group in this The program has been opened due to in-
purposes that are not constructive. category ever to apply. From the applications, creased training facilities now available. It
"Individuals feel caught and carried'along by great forces over the Navy will appoint 1,800 civilians and 200 can be suspended by the Bureau of Naval Per-
which none seems to have control. Very existence is in the balance.It Navy and :Marine Corps personnel for the pro sonnel whenever it becomes necessary to insure
promises to be far from a Happy New Year. We are Inclined to gram.The sufficient training capacity at training centersfor
wish. We wish for peace, for security, for prosperity, for friends, NROTC program provides a full four Regular naval personnel. Applicants must
for leadership. We wish for anything that might bring about an year, government sponsored college educationat meet the standards for active duty as currently
improvement in the observed situation. Wishing doesn't make it so. one of the 52 colleges and universities apply to Regular Navy recruits. _

I Beggars don't ride. )F
"There are not units of time in a man's life. Life flows in a Runs Out Of Gas
continuous stream. The past is in the present There would be only McClure Takes Over
sameness and little change in a man experience were it not for Capt. 500 Miles At Sea

his belief that a better way can be found and he can find It, and ,
that right is and he can serve it. Kodiak, Alaska (AFPS)-Ever
"Throughout the dark ages of hatred, tyranny, oppression, and inn out of gas while driving your
ignorance, this element of faith glowing at the center of a man's As Fleet Air Wing 11 ChiefCapt. carT
being has brought hope and new life to himself and to his people.In Then you will "appreciate the I
this gloomy hour it is still the power of faith in the Absolute, predicament of the skipper of the

in love, in truth, in right, in God which, given expression in the Jesse S. McClure took over,he rein of Commander, Fleet 10,000-ton steamship Atlantic
life of a man, ushers in a better da '. Sta. The ship ran out of fuel at t
'The blessings of it all is that all men, even a child can hold Air Wing Eleven at change of command inspection-ceremony last sea some 500 miles south of here. I
this faith, and living by it, make his most effective contributionto Saturday morning relieving Capt. George C. Montgomery who servedas The steamship was brought into f

the good life and a better world." wing commander for the past eighteen months. port after a six-day tow by two j ,

Capt. Charles A. Dittmar, The new Fleet Air Wing Eleven I Navy tugs. ", .
Senior Chaplain, NAS
Commander, a veteran flyer with
30 years Naval service, comes to
"A new year means a new calendar and most of us have receivedone. Jacksonville from duty in the Of-
Perhaps we got it from our grocer, from the Insurance company fice of the Deputy Chief of Naval
from an advertising firm. Many of us received a calendar from theChaplain's Operations (Air).

office and have found it to be a religious calendar."On Enlisting in the Navy in Sep-
the front page you'll find a picture of the greatest person tember 1920, Captain McClure was
who ever walked the earth. It is Jesus Christ. On each page for each
graduated from the Naval Academy
month find of Saint and If look closelyyou'll
you'll a picture some you in 1926. After serving aboard
each Saint is After all Saints the
see that smiling. are only
the USS West Virginia for two
ones who can really kmile.r. .
he took flight training at
"Every day of the year is "Some Saint's feast day not the Saint's years
Pensacola. His flying career began
birthday, mind you but the date on which the Saint died and went
with his assignment to Fighting
to hea\en. A fine practice among Christians is to name their children
Squadron One aboard th* carrier
after the names of the Saints on whose feast day they are born. USS Saratoga. Since then Captain

"Look in the calendar and you'll find that Ash Wednesdaycomes McClure's flying career has en- ...
this year on February 7, Easter comes on March 25, Low
compassed all fields of fighter and
Sunday on April 1, Mother's Day and Pentecost on May 13, Father's multi-engined patrol bombing
Day on June 17, the Fourth of July on a Wednesday the feast of squadrons.
the Assumption August 15 on a Wednesday, Labor Day comes on
September 3, the Feast of Christ the King. on October 28, the feastof During World War II Captain
St. Cecilia and Thanksgiving are on November 22. And to McClure served on the staff of
crown the entire year Christmas comes on a Tuesday. A Happy and Vice Adm. P. N. L. Bollinger then
Commander, Air Force, Atlantic
Holy Calendar New Year. to all.
". Lt. John J. Burns Fleet. .
Catholic: Chaplain, NAS The departing Wing Commander -
Captain George C. Montgomeryhas
completed a full tour duringa

Navy To Pay 75% Tuition For School the period wing and of Increase Increased in tempo size of of

peacetime training. He bade fare- -f
well to his staff enlisted men at a :
Washington (API'S) Navy "ldt'1'f"t1 helpful In duty performance Christmas party 'on December 22. _
funds are backing a career improvement or which will add to pro- Li
program for naval feMional rapabi lit Jeff. Captain Montgomery's next tour 4R

personnel voluntarily enrolling In To be eligible, naval personnel of duty will be In Washington 'N
D. C., in the office of the Deputy
certain off duty courses at accredited must be on active. duty. Participating Ar. .. .e
Chief of Naval (Air
schools. Operations ) --- ---- -
civilian personnel must also be

The Navy has announced that reasonably certain that remainingIt ASSUMES COMMAND OF AIR WING-Capt. Jesse S. McClure
will pay three-quartern of duty at present stations will al- Johnson City, N. Y. (AFPS)- who assumed command of Fleet Air Wlnr.Eleven last Saturday .
tuition coats up to $7.50 a aelow completion of courses. As A real estate firm here ran out of relieving Capt. George C. Montgomery\ rives his men a
niftr hour under the plan. many as two courses per semester names for their houses. The last once-over during the change-of-eominand Inspection ceremony. OB
Commanding effloert are suwill be allowed according to Bvr- -adopted out of desperation-is the left Is Comdr. Joseph H. Tibbet ts, chief staff officer .f,the ftlr )
th: ri/4Hl t4t approve courses eon- era Circ. Ltr. 178-50. "Lettuce, Inc." wing. f



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11 January_ 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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From Comp Ron 62 I., > :("* r NOTES

The Yuletide brought not Col! Frederick R.
V that year. His departure from the : Payne, com-
only the traditional holiday Tennessee community marked the manding officer of' The Marine j

cheer to the personnel of start of a major correspondence Air Detachment of NARTU, Jax,
Composite Squadron Sixty- between the couple. and several officers and men of
VMF-744 took time off from regular -
... two, but the promotion of one Arriving at Paragould last duties this week-end to makea

of the outfit's popular pilots Itac.Ilheln Iff and(MI his Christmas former fiancee leave .i!' ;- trip to the Jax Naval Hospital. F
of two of '.s4 The group talked to men woundedIn
and the
marriage' decided to marry and the ceremony J Korea.
its enlisted men./ was performed two days .
Co!. "
Payne was particularly Interested -
Howard O. Hawley of Burlington later. ;: in getting first-hand information ,.
Vt., who had been a lieuten- about conditions at the
Another enlisted man who recently .. ,,
ant, junior grade, since July 1, "-.... front. Several tape recordings of
was married is Oscar G. -:
1945, began sporting the "railroadtracks" the interviews will be broadcast "'
full lieutenant with Kelsea Jr., an airman whose home >
of a over radio station WPDQ 'later +
16 the Canadian border in {
the advent of' the New Year, His near ; ; this week.
New ; ;
'. new rank dates from April 5, ,* Major Thomas K. l14'b1tYt

1950. By way of observing"events, the commanding officer of VMT 144,
Lt. Hawley, the squadron's edu- squadron marked the second anni- has i issued orders for .squadron ;'
cational officer, is a member of members
versary of its commissioning on to take General Classification -
the Naval Reserve. He was re- 3 January with the usual full Tests.Personnel .

called to active duty last August. working day* Personals-Lt, GerlenL.

Prior to that time he was' at- The squadron originally was Selmyhr has been assigned

.. tached to VF-51B' one of theNavy's formed in Norfolk with the late duties as Enlisted Training Of-
units of "weekend Comdr. Winford O. Moore as its ficer, replacing Lt. Jean W. Owen, ,
riors" Lt. Hawley was married first skipper. Comdr. LeRoy W. who is now connected with the .

about two months. .ago. Keith has been the squadron com- Federal Bureau of Investigation
mander since July 1950. T-Sgt. Donald T. Johnson and
A romance that had its begin- his wife Dorothy have moved into .

ning in the Navy's school at Memphis Officer and enlisted personnellast their new home at 3334 Taylor St., ,.
'Tfenn., was culminated on week presented Lcdr. ThomasH. following the example of T-Sgt

Dec. 18 when Gilbert Clifford Stetson, the squadron's execu- James H. Jackson who recently ,

George Rhein, 22-year-old aviation tive officer since the commissionIng M moved his family to a new home I
machinist mate airman of Tea- of the outfit, with a hand- at 3343 Sunnybrook Ave. North. j
neck N.J. married.Aldme Johnston -.
some leather briefcase on the ,eve Pfc. William Fiori, 4046 Lon- '
IS. of Faragould, Ark.
of his departure to the General don Rd, was released to civilian
Rhein met his bride while he Line School at Cal. The
Monterey, status by the Marine Air Detach
was a student at NATTC in Memphis '
formal of the
presentation gift ment, due to dependency.
In May, 1949. Although he before the assembled crew was

insists that it wasn't love at first made by Ollie K. Thomas, the
sight, Rhein found he was in love leading chief.

with the charming brunette after Lcdr. Stetson, In a short farewell Navy 'Dog Tags'Defect

he h>ft Memphis. in September. of address to the personnel,
.. -- -_ expressed MH deep appreciationfor ExposureTo

the cooperation given him ,. ..
during Iii.. tour of duty with
the Mjuadron. Hit successor lit ARadiationNavy
Lrdr. Roy 'R. Dalton .',.::"":''f<: '
.amcL I I :. .... ,. researchers have developed
;; the who -
.. Among men recently -s.
reported for duty with VC-62 are Correctly Identify These Aircraft f .And Win A Prize. two types of radiation

Earl Keeth, AF2; John W. Price "dog tags" yvlu'ch appear to

I Jr., SN, Jack A. Peeke. AEMAN; Chips Go Up For This Week'sAircraft fill the requirements for the

Gordon H. Reynolds, AN; DonaldH. protection of its pep sonnel.
Sargeant, AA; Gordon B.
lly Armed Forces l'rl'h8 Service Shaw, Donald J. Shea, AA. Both types are simple, rugged.
Ralph Edwards recently took Identification ContestSomebody and inexpensive, it is tald In

all the members of his zany addition, these "dosimeters," which
"Truth or Consequences" gang to filled to pass the ammunition last month or else all I measure the amount of radiation
the aircraft carrier USS Valley Two OrganizedContinued the projectiles were duds for no one managed to score a direct hit in exposure the wearer has experienced -

Forge where he filmed his New the aircraft identification contest. keep their sensitivity in
( from Pace 1) -
Year'i show.( Members of the crew Probably the general holiday storage and under extreme heat.
back from Korea, also are The Command has reserve activities deal skill while learning and earning, One
had salt
Just spirit in the air a good type uses crystals r
located in the 27 key cities here are the rules: ((1)Identify
in the cast. to do with the failure of anyoneto known as alkali halides, which are
throughout the nation and VP-741 'COl'Ut'stbut the above aircraft as to type, na-
register a win in the normally transparent, but turn
Pert Judy Lynn, the gal who was awarded the trophy for the 'whatever the reason it servedto tionality and designation. (2))- blue when exposed to gamma rays.A .
division for last Call the Jax Air News at extension -
patrol squadron
warbles on the radio quiz, "SingIt make today's quizz a thriller navy medic can compare the
fiscal The award is basedon 216 with your answer. (3)-)
Again, year. with a healthy jackpot for today: Intensity of the shade of blue of
over-all excellence No answers will be accepted priorto
expl a ins expert of a $6.00 credit coupon the 'dog tag" with a color chart
1530 of the of distribution
and drill attendance. day
how she operation, at the and decide the
good on any purchase made on spot the degreeof
VeteransBoth of the paper.Penonnel .
feels about Mostly Mainside Navy ExchangeAs seriousness of the individual
men. "Somegirls VP-741 and VF-742 are a clue to potential identification are advised to save adiation casualty.Silveractivated ,
P x y want' composed of men from the North- their copies of the Jax Air News
i I ambitious Florida south-Georgia area, with experts in today's puzzlerhere' from week to week to check their 1'hotoeleetrie Ikadp.f.
an a hint, The pictured aircraftare phosphate'glaSlt,
the largest majority coming from answers against the correct ones
man similar to other types and I is the
very Too sensitive element in the
who i la full Jacksonville and Duval County. some of the aircraft may be
unless can spot definite other Gamma
you type rays com'ertthe
AU pilots and ground officers of repeated-although at different
of drive. I
characteristics to base an-
your glass into a phosphor which
both squadrons are combat vet- photo angles.Ladies
just' want
swers on, you might Just be a takes on an orange color under
erans of World War II, as are
an ambitious : bit off in and deflection untra violet
range light. Here too, the
many of the enlisted men of the
man when you commence firing intensity of the color is the meas.
I p. ; who likes units. For the benefit of new-comers Auxiliary ure of the radiation dose. A quick
However of the enlistedmen
to park. I many who have to in be
yet measure can made visually. Accurate
are local men who have affiliated Adds Members
this contest where test ; measurement
f. I with the Naval Air Re- you your can be made
I tlon O. ": serve to take up a part-time ca- Plans ActivitiesUnit with toletnc] a simple"reader"Th and compact pho-

I the n e wtechnicolor : reer and learn the many trades I Naval Air Tech dosimeters have been in the

I Judy Lynn and occupations that are taught 91 Ladies Auxiliary of the of development since the
.. movie about the during the weekend drills and on (Continued from Page 1) Fleet Reserve Association held Its I process Bikini experiments. Research and

I I United Nations air and ground the two week active duty period NAS Jacksonville was picked as first meeting of the year Mondayat i I development have been done
forcea in the Korean war theatre that each squadron attends dur- the first station to be expanded in the Cumberland Road Com I the Naval Research by

should have the touch of authen- ing the summer. the Navy's enlarged program to | munity Center, initiating five new sponsorship of the Laboratoiyunder Bureauof
ticity Lt. Col. Stanley P, Latio- Naval Air Reservists receive train men In aviation technical members into the organization.
to their rate or rank in skills required In combat duty. Ad- I Ships.Army
lais, Director of Combat Operations pay equal Welcome as members were Mrs. Type Differs
for the Fifth Air Force the regular Navy for these drills miral Martin, who officially placedthe June Sullivan, Mrs. Sybil Irvin, The Army has developed a different
in Korea, has been. assigned as and are never subject to call to ac- center in commission, remarked Mrs. Dorothy Williams, Marie I type of detector which it
technical advisor tive duty unless In time of nationalemergt'ncy. that other air stations Cato and Ann Silver. Mrs. Betty I believes will be capable of mass
have equal or better facilities
Duncan elected secretary to
I production to meet both
The new Tyrone Power film than the NATTC area here, but replace Mrs. Ginger King. and civil defense needs. military

"American Guerrilla In The Phil- One does not grow old by living; I that Jacksonville is considered a The members planned several I This detector, described by the

} r Ipines" boasts many good Island but 'only'\ by losing interest in preferred location for training be- I activities a cake sale. February 9, I, Army signal corps last month, consists
I climate,
of suitable
scenes but reviewers say the plot life. cause a come-as-you-are breakfast at of a small metal case con

gets lot in the Leyte jungle. MAN YOUR SHOVELS the home of Mrs. Marguerite taining a film and a developing solution
Introducing Margaret Truman on I Harvey, Feb. 21; buffet supper at A scale on the outside of
her AFSR program, 'Curtain clean shovel-down fore and Cumberland Road Community the flat case can be read by the
4'" Time," Tallulah Bankhead said, aft That could easily have Center March 2 and luncheon at I wearer and. the extent of radiation -

"After all, dating, she's no differ- been the word passed on Rrodes March 21. All, proceeds I exposure determined without
ent than any other girl whose .board the carrier USS Badoe- from these affairs go toward defray the aid of any other instrument.

father is President. ," TT1 ing; Strait after she wascaught expenses of the Fleet Reserve I ------ ---
Just back, a wounded veteran in a snow storm in Association convention to be held
from Korea recently won the North Korean waters. Itwasn"t in Jacksonville I next September.The Missed The Boat
$1,500 award on the "Bob Hawk long after this picture next regular netting will

Show." First Lt. George K. Williams was taken that Marine Corps 1 be held February 12, the date of But He Made It
of Balwin Park., Calif., was Corsairs were again hittingthe I the fourth anniversary of Unit 91, ,

the lucky man. "The Flying enemy. There will be a complete report on
Missile" tells about the Navy's ---- r ..... 'I ,,the membership drive now in prog- Shoes And All

guided-missile with Glenn ---1'
program ress.All Guam (AFPThe! first mateof
-. Ford making-like a submarine members of the auxiliary are )
rr commander % And In production reminded, that the ladies will beguests a tanker anchored off Guam
now is "A Journey To The of Branch 91 on January went shopping on that Island recently -
Earth" all about spaceships land 23 at the DAY Hall. There will for a pair of work shoes.
ill be prizes and refreshments Anyone Perhaps caught in a Christmas
ing in Washington, D. C., and the :
buying rush he missed his t
complications that result. ri W wishing further informationon ship i
And then there was Jack Barry's J A future activities are asked to even after the tanker's skipper
words to the tiny-tots on his r contact president Mrs Paula Miller held up sailing for two hours.

"Juvenile Jury" program. "Just 379 Crystal street, or Mrs. AWOL, high and dry in utter

think." he said, "one of these boyson [Betty Duncan, 4249 Colonial avenue anguish the first mate appealed
to the 2nd Air Rescue .
the Squadron.A
to be
Jury may grow up '
Pno. ldent." Groaned youngster '. :. -:: '-: :' ., ::" ." helicopter took him SO miles to
Dickie Orlan, "With the atom ,,":': ''. '"' t- ,;,t.. ;., .+,>\".'f The world's greatest concentra- 'I sea and gently lowered him on

bomb we would be happy just to ..,: '; ..- t tear .dfP1t tion of telephones is In Washington the ship, the new shoes dangling;
&TOW up.** D. C, from his neck.

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Page Four' JAX AIR NEWS ::11 January 1951'

I .I EARL WILSON . Says..j- Vic Lombardo In 2.Diy ,- :

t liob Hope predicted the Air tone would Qwglra is 'famous for her million-dollar smile I
'I! have a problem with his 23-year-old other: She only smiles at fellows with a million dollars. Stand Here Next WeekVictor

He's too young te retire and too old to be a When girls tell fellows they want to be ,
general" treated like sisters, .they usually mean sorority
& A private's definition of a corporal: A guy sisters.. Lombardo the new band sensation of the land, who specializes
who has two stripes against you from the r .,. 1 A diplomatic soldier is in "music, soft as the moon and bright as the stars" will
yt bring his celebrated band to the Naval Air Station for two
start. Linda Lombard figures that one one who cad! tell his platoon a day ,
way she can keep the Serviceman's morale up stand next week. .
is by keeping her shoulder straps down ... .I, sergeant where to go Vic, who spent 20 years with Music
Good Dance
,: There's one thing about plunging nechlines r so tactfully that the three- brother Guy Lombardo, will bring Vic has been the
they keep a man on his toes. A local gam- striper will look forward his entire ensemble to play for playing saxa- .
phone for 25 He had his
bler has two sources of income- and 11, I to the trip. .A CPO dancing for enlisted men Tuesday years
own band at the age of 15 in Lon
A Manhattan movie / took his girl to a fancy, night at 2000 at Malnaide audi- don and at 20 he organized a big

f :marquee advertises this /i expensive restaurant, 'and torium and for officers Wednesday bandwhich played theatres and
E at 2000 at the Officers' Club.
double feature: "Fancy she said, "I'm not" a bit ballrooms in the midwest. Vie
Tnnts-.No Way Out," ;)0..... hungry-could I have the Fine i Organization could have done well with the orchestra -
lj remarkable how some .' 0>: money instead 'Vie has always been a popular but he elected to go with
hold their age I 'X' Hollywood has made so figure in the music world He the rising Royal Canadians led by
and hold it, and hold it. i41"'WomE'n ,.. r y many war movies they no played the soprano sax that so brother Guy. Vic was with Guy .... ,.
clearly defined the of Tor 20 the man-behlnd-
'longer use scripts --- they style Guy years as
A awe sign a man's get- t' r Linda Lombard
Lombardo'a band. Content to the-scene.
just use a field manual. playin
old 1 Is when' $
ting he looksat .... 't Men may be braver than women, but a look the reed section, he never moved Vic's sax played the notes that

a nude portrait in a at Beverly Purvin proves that women show from hit post while With brother ... ". "., ......,...,_,,- err+ _sb a"1'&MI ;"
\, galleiy: and'' asks "Who'sthe ,rti ..''I more backbone. Alimony ia a pay-when- Guy His fans became so numer- r
instead :
: you-go plan, and what is a wedding ring, after ous and insistent, however, that he
the 'J
girl ..., all, but a one-man band?" Benny; Young- decided to form his own orchestra. .
:- Medical, noteIf your j man has an invention to convert television to His decision has never been regretted -
first\ sergeant has laryng- color It comes in a can-its called paint. for the band has becomeone
Ills and can't talk, thetes .\ *:. : A pretty girl can make a soldier do almost any- of the finest in the entertainment -
a wonderful new pill on J thing-unless he happens to be her brother. world
the market It's guaranteed l. 1 ,,' There's Guy Lombardo, the perennial
a dog in the K-9 Corps that's been
to keep him that way, ,. .tt >* : : king of the dance bands has
\ pestering its C.O. for a tree-day pass, Some ,
Money doesn go very ,*,,,:, day we hope to meet a mess sergeant half as watched Vic's progress with pride < ,b
far these but it surer days, *> strong as the coffee he serves two brothers
stavs away a long, long continue to work together, but = r
'time. Beverly purvin. i Sign on the post theater: "The rear rows once they hit the bandstand each
of this movie house are not a pet shop. .
The airlines use so many kinds of planes, a A goes his own way But, as Vic
panhandler stopped a the street
guy can travel) on anything but schedule. and said, on 'says, there's plenty of room in
"Lady, pity on a bum. "I did
music for least
A reconnaissance patrol leader was described at two Lombar-
that once, she snapped, "and we're still mar-
this way: "He's so observant' he would have ried'!" In the old days a woman in distress do's'

her noticed." that. Lady Codiva had a horse with beat her breast now she just grins and baresit. _: vt
., Just about the fastest thing in the :
Them are *o many war'movleos playing on world is a nudist who's spilled hot coffee In his Miss Lace
Broadway nowadays that ushers call out, "Seat- lap. .
Ing in the upper foxholes only. A sweater There.. Lombardo ,
girl h,' always trying to putt a man's over was the brand-new second, looey who had
her wool eyes was told to find out the disposition of enemy Due SoonMiss the Lombardo reed section _
tabbed Now with his'
troops in his area. He came back after awhile as great.
Then there's the snobbish chap who bought and sad! "Sir, about the enemy's disposition Lace is coming back! I own band, he still maintains that
ranch. He didn't have his cattle bianded- I think they're pretty mad at us" The American Cartoonists Society fine rhythm spine-tingling sax :

he had them monogiammea A Broadway ...Copyright( Post-llall Syndicate) headed by Milton Caniff, playing that NAS personnel will .
creator of that sultry WorM like. His band plays extra good .
War II morale builder, Miss dance music-as local dancers will

530 Given. I First Jets Off USS Oriskany Lace, Is appealing to Servicemen nesday.Requirement find out. next Tuesday and Wed-

and )\omen for gag situations _

E-4 Exams I Flown By Local VF-11 Pilots Miss! Lace for such Rivet characters and Willie.A as. _

new series of cartoon

More than 530 enlisted personnel ,i The first jet aircraft to be operated from the deck tttrlptt *. by famous cartoonists
of the Navy's newest aircraft carrier the USS Mill noon be'! furnished to all
stationed at NAS, Naval Oriskay, were ,
Hospital and Cecil Field com- i flown by pilots of Fighter Squadron 11, NAS Jacksonville, i military. papers Ideas, Including from Servicemen mimeograph -- Relaxed For
peted Tuesday in the examination it was announced today. I
for Third Class Petty Of- ,Pilots of VF-11. who known and women for gags and
are I situations needed. The Academy
are keynote -
ficer rate or Pay Grade E 4.
throughout the' fleet as the Red phase of squadron activities I it entertainment--some- -
The tests which were held Rippers, held their successful car- Credit, for this record has been thing humorous that Mould
at various points throughout the rier qualification exercises aboard given the enlisted men of the provide a ('))11I<'1"1". Entrance requirements for
been station Tuesday mOl fling have the huge flattop while she Was squadron whose fine competitive I All Ideas used will be credited the Naval Academy will be
forwarded to Norfolk Va
operating in the Jacksonville area.recently. spirit and cooperation gave VF-11 to the tender In the strip byname relaxed slightly to allow a
and it will be several weeks be- top I
fore the results shall be known. gradeTnaintenanceCommanding ', rank and outfit. Mail greater percentage of applicants
Enviable Record officer of VF-11 is i suggestions to Armed l .'or,1"1II'rt'
in the examina-
Taking part to enter the
The Oriskany, 31,000 ton on strengthof
tions a carrier Lcdr. Ralph L. Werner who assumed '''' I"n'il't611 Washington
Naval were Hospital personnel, Cecil Field of NAS and, of the Essex class, was the post last June after St., New York 14, If. Y, their secondary schooling ... .
launched in 1944 and was commissioned serving for some time as thesquadron's alone the Navy announced:
Naval .Air Technical Training last )'ear. Between her executive officer. _____ ___-h _" ,
-Center: Effective both
I launching and commissioning; she I Norman Okla (I'S-Pagt')
--- underwent extensive remodelingand plane trigonometry and elementary
: Belcher, Enid Republican elected physics will be eliminatedfrom
Aliens' Enlistment To modernization to incorporate I II
Navy Recommend the pie-entry list of mandatory i .
the latest in Naval aviation. United States Congressman from

Be Made Little EasierNew I While the unit's designation has I. the Oklahoma Eighth District, .subjects required of applicants -

changed from time to time since 2,541 ReservistsFor played tackle on Oklahoma's all-
Yorkt'l'SNew !
commissioning in 1927, the However, it is pointed out. the
and prospective citizens who ron's famed boar's head victorious 1918 football team present rigid graduation standards
I squad-I
wish to enlist in the Army or Air of lightning insignia Promotions : coached by Bennie Owen will not be relaxed. Future can

Force will find a recruiting ser- remained the tame and some of didates who become "plebes" with-
geant assigned to the Immigrationand I the top ranking Naval officers of..'I Washington (AFI'S) A total out benefit of the two courses will

Naturalization Service office today are former Red Ripers I 1,lot 2,541 Naval Reserve staff corps a+' I It find them added to the normal
here.Under During World War II the Red officers have been recommendedfor curriculum The addition of two
present laws aliens may I Rippers piled up enviable combat promotion to either lieutenant extra courses to an already crowded
become citizens in three rather records in both the African and commander or lieutenant.Of schedule will be effected, the
than five years, if they enlist in South Pacific campaigns and in- the nine selected' for lieutenant Navy said, by starting "plebe"
the Armed Forces Legislation is I dividually and as a unit the men commander, three women' classroom work two weeks In ad-
now pending to further reduce lor VF-11 earned numerous were selected In the Supply vance of the academic 'ear.

this waiting period., awards and medals. Corp, two In the Medical Service The change In requirementsannounced
Fine" spiritA Corps, one in the Medical today was one of a
The tomato is botanically a recent achievement of the Corps and one In the General series of recommendations madeIn
fruit but legally vegetable by a squadron was to establish a mark Line allied to medicine. Two the report of the Service '
decision of the U. S. Supreme [ in utilization of Jet aircraft which male officers were selected for Academy Hoard of the Department -
," Court In 1893. broke all existing records in thisI1UNGNAM advancement to lieutenant commander of Defense' The board'
__ .
.d u.- ---- In the Supply Corp itetierve. of
objective was assurance more
.. ..
.k. &' >ry ylAwr.nlRryl .r ?u.-' > equal opportunity for young careerists .

The breakdown of Reserve, officers 3avr r rad to enter the service
selected to ,the grade of academies! without preparation
lieutenant are as follows: Medical beyond t'plclM'! > school

I Corps, 921, Medical Corps (women level
), 1; Supply Corps 528; Supply A board study of Naval Acad- .- -
Corps (women), 58; Chaplain emy entrance records covering recent
Corps, 48, Civil Engineer Corps, years revealed that only .
200; Dental Corps, 470; Medical about 16 per cent of the "plebe" -
Service Corps, 59; Medical Service class got into the Academy on
Corps (women), 8; Line allied to the strength of normal secondary
medicine 9; Line allied to medi- schooling alone

cine (women), 11; Nurse Corps, _h ._ ______

Navy Adds 2 New

Step UI Convening Dates

Y For Training Schools Electronic ,Planes .I"

y y Washington (AFI'S-In older BInghamton, N. y, (AF1'a--: )

to meet increased training requirements The Navy has added two new
an x due to expanded electronic trainers to 'its flight

quotas of the Service, the Navy L program.
has stepped up convening: datesof Designed anti built for the
d 10 service schools. I Special Detke Center of the

Schools concerned are Class "A" Office of Naval Research, tile
tthich train non-rated personneland REST YOUR EYES This trainer duplicate the FBI) and
....-:-. ...._......_. ,,-- third class petty fleets for shapely miss, none other than SNJa1 raft. The I'SIl i I.* a

ESCAPE-This is the sort of waiting that was neerssary ratings of personnelmen, yeomen Jeff Donnell RKO movie star- new twin jet night fighter while
as the U. S. Marines fought their way to the escape port of I printers, commlssarymen: disburs- the MsJ-S I I..* the wheel horse of
Himgnam on northern Korea. The delay here, in sub.zero weather, ing clerks and Interior' communications let, has other talent too. She the Navy's basic air training,

;a'as due to a Chinese Communist roadblock. tlectiiclans can acts! programs (


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11 January. 1951 JAX AIR NEWS- Page Five "

2 More yesseIsRecommissioned I Advanced Malaria School :.

\ With 18 EnrolleesClasses

At Green CoveHigh 111 ,a, ; Begins

ranking officers of the f In the new advanced school for Malariologists, held here-
Fleet Air Jacksonville and Naval at Malaria and Mosquito Control Unit at NAS, got underway 'Monday
Air Station commands were on morning with 18 enlisted personnel in the fold.

hand at the commissioning ceremonies The 18 students, all hospital cease, 4n both general and' military
for two aircraft repair rated. men, arrived here from disease
aspects; mosquitoes as
ships at Green Cove Springs Naval Camp LeJeune, N C., where they vectors flies, domestic and
.. Station last Friday. completed three months basic others; ;insect borne diseases and ,
Now back on active duty are training in malariology.The control of the carrier; advance' :
the USS Megara (Arva-6)) and advanced school the first technique in Insect and rodent con
USS Chloris (Arva-4)), The vessels of Its kind conducted here, Is In trol.
have been part of the mothball charge of Lcdr. John M. Hirst. Assistant -
fleet at the Clay County base staff members are Lt. (jg) The group Is divided into two
since June 1946. Edward Chapman and Ens. Joseph sections, with one group per- '
Among those attending the G. McWilliams.The forming laboratory study while-
ceremonies were Rear Adm. Alfred school will operate six other performs practical application ) -

-: r. E. Montgomery, Commander Fleet ': < weeks, covering such subjects as of the work
Air Jacksonville, and Capt. Doug- IS "i/ the Importance of insects to di- I "Although this is the first such
; las T. Day, NAS commanding of : school conducted here we sincerely -
ficer. Both officers were accompanied hope it will not be the last,"
I 1 by a number of their staff Marine of Seoul I Commander Hirst said, adding

and wives.' .m.nEARLY _____- I that men thoroughly trained in
The vessels were placed In com- ARRIVALS-One of the busiest places aboard the station malariology were of great importance -
mission by Capt Chauncey Moore, these days is the receiving office of the newly reactivated FlagraisingfameRecuperates : to the military services

.r j Commander Florida Group, Atlantic NATTC. Scores of staff members and students are arriving dally I Enrolled are James R. Dean ':i
Reserve Fleet. (CThe USS Here two of the earlier arrivals, Jerry Smally, CS1, and Herbert HereA HM2; James H. Jones HM2; Joseph -
Chloris will be commanded by Lt. Doerirg, YNSN, standing left to right, are checked in by GeorgeA. Satanek. Jr. HM2; John E,

William R. Austin and the USS Rivers, YN3, seated left, and Ferry Smith, CS1, seated_ _right._ Marine who helped raise} the Bertsche HM3; Joseph A. Eul-
: by Lt Raymond J i ----- -- u '
Megara Dei i American flag over Seoul in the berg, HM3; Holland W. Faust,
Tito. Chaplain Charles A. Dittmarof I New Insurance Law Set brightest moments of the Korean HM3; Leslie D. Stuart, HM3; Eu-
the Naval Air Station pro- war is at the Naval Hospital here gene L. Clancey, UN; Geo. T.
... nounced Invocation and presented I recuperating from injuries received Dolan Jr., HN; James I, Easker, ..
hlps' Bible on behalf of the To Old NSLI In the Korean battle. HN; John C. Eilers HN; Charles
American Bible Society I Replace He is Pfc. Luther Legulre of A. Parker; HN; Salvadore Pitlfer,

Both ships were built by the, I -.--.........--.......------........ HN; Jack Traugott HN; Charles
American Bridge Company at Am- H. Wilson, HN; Maurice Durham,
A new bill to replace the old
bridge, Pa. Originally designed as be proposed in the new Con- M4 r HA; Alfred L. Sides, HM3; Russell -
LST's they were converted to National Service Life Insur- \r G. Moon, HN. "
at least in form.
ARV types due to urgent need ance law, passed by the Houseof gress, some
The bill in
provides cer-
: for Aviation repair ships. .Both
Representatives but held
tain instances free insurance for ii
ehlps unit to were the Pacific enroute War traveling Zone when as a up in the "lame duck" sessionoi those on active duty, met with Carib QueenTo

will unanimous approval in the House,
.. Japan surrendered In 1945. They Congress, undoubtedly ,
and it is assumed that it will be
were then brought to the Green
approved by the 82nd Congress.The Become
Cove Springs Naval Station where
bill does not :
provide an .
they became part of the inactive
Quick Thinking additional $10,000 of insurance It
: is pointed; out. It simply replacesthe Navy LSD

Nets Award for old NSLI-for those who do ,
Model Planes not have a permanent policy-providing '
To It has been announced in Jacksonville
I free insurance while on active 'I
Local AirmanA I that the SS Carib Queen,
duty. It does not affect pen- vessel dockedon
partially completed
Fly Here SundayModel I sioners.If t
the Southside for the past three
meritorious award for have
plane flyers of NAS I I you converted your I years, will become a Navy Land*
in the
will be host to members of the outstanding performance NSLI you may continue it in force It" ...X' .w' ....., ing Ship Dock as originally plan
line of duty has been presented I but you are not given the extra
Jacksonville Model AirplaneClub to Ben Kight, airman apprentice free $10,000 under this bill. Or, ned.Harold
Sunday at 1300. 4 of'S-3 Division of Supply Pfc. Luther Leguire S. Williams, president of
; you may cash it in and then have
."., .... There, will be a demonstration Department, by Capt DouglasT. the free insurance under. the new Tampa Fla., who suffered a chattered the Gulf Atlantic Transportation ..
of stunt flying, scale models Day, commanding officer of insurance bill. knee when his outfit was I company, made the announcement
and speed planes. The display the Naval Air Station If as the 475-foot hull was raised in
you have only a part of ambushed by North Koreans. Le-
will be held on the parking lot Kight was engaged in trans- the NSLI! basis, guite thinks that "the UN forces the 18,000-ton capacity dry dock
at the traffic light opposite the ferring gasoline from a defuel- the bill provides that, In the have done a good job with what at Gibbs .Corporation for annual
Chief's Club. Ing truck into a nearby tank event of your death, your beneficiary little they had to work with." "If inspection.The
Model builders on the base when an F2H-2 Jet aircraft will\ receive the difference I we are going to win the war, how I Carib Queen, which beganas
have been urged to attend and went out of control on thetakeoff between: your, permanent ever, we must put more manpower an LSD at Gulf Shipbuilding
bring their models. Station personnel and crashed into a Insurance and $10,000 In addition and more equipment into it and I Corporation, Mobile, Ala., in 1946
and their dependents are bank directly alongside the to your converted Insurance. do it soon," he pointed out. later was purchased by ACT to be
Invited to attend. I truck. Kight promptly and effectively The new bill provides that the converted as a passenger and automobile
cut off all supply of $10,000, or whatever part your Another Marine, Frank B. : ferry to be put In service
.. or gasoline and thus averted a disastrous I beneficiary is entitled to, will be Greene, a veteran of nine years'I between Florida and Cuba.
fire as the wheel brake paid to that beneficiary on a service whose, family resides here Construction halted when the
on the Jet was on fire wpen monthly Income basis for ten aboard the station, is receiving hull and superstructure were com-
I it crashed. years-$9,29 per month per 1000. I daily long visits from his wife pleted.

At the time of the accident, I Beneficiaries may only be members and three children, while recuper-
December 13, 1950, Right had of your immediate family or ating from wounds received in
been in the Navy 'only three a person who stood in loco par. Korea.A .
SALTY HUMOR FROM months and attached to the 'entis to the insured. You may native of Jacksonville, Greene Develop New
Jacksonville Naval Air Station I name your own beneficiary and has now received three' Purple
HERE AND THEREA just two weeks. I change it at will. Heal ts, two of them for action Glass FilterIn
Kight halls from Stone After passage of the bill, no during World War II. He was pre
to inmate
warden was talking an Mountain, Georgia. person will be entitled to NSLI in sented a gold star in lieu of subsequent
to his final momentson .1
I any form. awards.
this earth. "My man," said Navy Lab
-- ----- -- -- ---- ------- --
the warden, "you will be allowed
five minutes of glace before your $ Washington (AFPSThe! ) Navy
electrocution." II I Baby Norris First 1951 Arrival | has developed a glass fiber filter
"That's not very long, complained paper 5,000 times more effective

the condemned, "but bring pounds, four ounces. PM3, of Sub-group Three, Green I than present commercial filters
her In anyway." Dawn-had faded and high The third New Year's baby was Cove Springs, and Opal Lowery.The and containing no foreign Im

noon was fast approaching on Stephen Michael Lowery who arrived first baby born in 1950, it ports.
An English boy and a Texas lad New Year's Day when the at 1838 and tipped the scalesat 1 is recalled, was a son, George The Naval Research Laboratoryis
were talking about their grandfa responsible for the paper, madeof
eight pounds three ounces. He Victor Johnson, to Chief
thers. first new-born baby of 1951 is the son of William Lowery, !and Mrs. Johnson of VF-12. glass fibers 1/20th the thick-
"'My grandfather," said the Eng saw the light of day at the .. ness of a human hair. It is impervious .

lish youth, "was a great man. Naval Hospital here.It I to fungus and easily' .
Queen Victoria touched him on the made in conventional paper mills
shoulder with a sword, and made was exactly 1120 when tiny The Navy said that added industrial -
him a knight! Frances Rosanna Norris joined the and military uses are ex-'
Lone Star lad sneered and family of her parents Francis Nor- petted for the glass fiber paper
The ris Jr., ADC, of VF-13 and Mil because of its electrical insulating
retored: "That's nothing An Indian dred Norris.. The little miss properties. Thinner and capableof
hit t fhy grandfather over the
in at six 10
weighed pounds withstanding more Intense heat
head with ,a tomahawk and made
.. him aiyangel!" ounces.In than Insulating papers now used "I
addition to winning recognition in condensers, it will make for
Reporter: Have your childhood as the year's first baby here, reduction in size of condensers
_ _h. hopes been realized? little 'MIss Norris also came in used in electronic equipment. ,
.; Baldheaded Millionaire: Yes. line for prizes donated by the ---- -

When my mother combed my.hair,' Navy Exchange On' hand .to pre- : ,
I wished that I didn't: have any sent the gifts, a crib and a cer Oh Migosh! ,
tificate for a month's diaper service '1

Difference between a Politicianand were Capt. Dwight J, Wharton r Detroit (AFPS'William) Heldy
a Lady' commanding officer of the Ite grabbed the first thing handy to
If a politician says yes, he Naval Hospital; Capt. G. E..Stahr, douse a fire in his automobile. .
means ma)be. If he says maybe, executive officer of the Hospital, j The fire burned faster:
.I' .. he means no, and if he says no- and Lcdr. William G. McWilliams, t He had emptied the contents of
Jie's no politician. Navy Exchange officer. The Nor- two bottles of whiskey on the
rises are natives of Greenwood, S. blaze ,
If a lady says no, she means C. ,
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maybe. If she says maybe, she '
.. means yes, and If she says yes.she's Two other youngsters were bornon : Can't Give It Away! "
Year's" at the Naval
New day
no Hospital, the second arriving just >0.. New York (AITS)-A man and '1

25 minutes later and the third ? woman recently were tined $2
Give an athlete an inch and he .
will take a foot But let him haveIt. later on in the afternoon.The "., ---...-*,......... ',,- ,'wS"&.,, ',t used each for littering the hundred streets. They bills t
Who wants athlete's foot anyway second baby to be born on MEET MISS 1951-A proud mother Indeed is 1\Irsl\1ihlred Nor for nearly eight $1
? January 1 was a daughter D&nnette I'ris, who gave birth to the first baby born in 1951 at the Naval littering purposes. z
Ann Carter, to Oscar Carter, lIospltalIrs.. Norris accepts a certificate for diaper service, In Attached to each bill they threw r
An UbangI girl can sing ."Deep ADC, of O & R Security, and addition to a crib, from Capt. Dwight Wharton Naval Hospital from a hotel window was key
in the heart of Texas" without mother Imogene. The child was 1 commanding officer, in honor of her daughter the year's first arrival and a zipper. That's right-advertlsing -
without clapping her hands. born at 11:45: and weighed fix at NAS. The father is Francis C r., ADC, of VF-13. gimmick. ;
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Service Football Round-Up .4.

Around The Nation Tabulation Shows '


Service Grid Teams Can Hold Their Own -

f -

I In an around*the nation H Receiving Stat. D. C. 131. 5S Dolling AFB ca
forces 27 Baltimore College l: 61 VPI 21 ....
tabulation of armed ;
I 13 Norfolk Tr Stat. 6H (1Vaynesburg T
I I football, conducted exclusively Aberdeen APG 0 34 Niagara U. '. 13
Plane by the Jax Air News, jl 31 Newport Tr Stat I 1 Daytona U. 0 .
With, Andy ,
; Tech. I 0 U Scranton U. 21
deduced that when ii 23 Wilson St.
Disparage the Jax Air News no more! Already long ir I I football 33 Montgomery College a I 33Youngstown 14.4Z .
the forefront, it reached the heights of something or other comes or any 14 Bermuda AFB I 6 Camp Lt"jE'une" T4Z

when it was able to have a representative at the No. 1 foot sport for that matter-.ou've Record-Undefeated 9-0 I Tampa U 0 '
I got to hand it to the Quantico U CoU-PacIClc 37
ball clash of the
year. Corpus C'hrl"t9 Record-9-2.
: Marines.It .
The Jax Air News editor took his place among the thou of 2 Edinzurg '1 I .
is the expressed opinion
sands of other fans at the Cleveland Browns-Los Angeles servicemen that the Leather necki 7 Carswell AFB 27 .Ju Navy Fliers ... -
o U, of Huoston 31 I Io 49 Corry Field S
which the Browns 30-28 and with it the NationalProfessional with the
fray won of Quantico came up Texas Lutheran 19 6 Miami "rosh" 39
Football championship, the highest honor of finest service football team in the 18 Dergstrom AFB 7 o Stetson U 55

which there is no higher. nation. The Williamson Rating 7 Brooke A. M Center :11: 20 Parris Island 40

The fact that the date of the playoff game happened to service system named team of Quantico the nation as the with top 7 7 Randolph Camp Polk.AFB 38 13 o 6 Little Eglin Creek Field 21 26

coincide with his yearly Christmas pilgrimage to the mecca the San Diego Marines second and Record-l1. I 32 Havana U. 6 ,

of sports-Ohio-is merely incidental, of course. Irregardless another Marine outfit Capt. Le Si.ittIe 6 Pensacola 34
Air News at that gameandcome jeune, N. C. in third place.In Creek, "'1\. I Record-2-6
the Jax was represented
an eleven game schedule,, 0 I .
to think oT it can't recall in this part I 3 Fort Eustis
we foes
any newspaper which included nine college Point
14 Washington Rf'(), St& 1 0 ; Cherry Flyers .
of the country that had anyone there to cover it. We don't and two service opponents, Quan 20 Fort EustLi 0 U Bolling Field 0 .
blame them-it was darn cold 1 tico won nine and lost two. The 50 Fort Lee 0 74 Aberdeen P; G. 0

Yours truly has seen many a football game, in the East,, Xavier two losses of Cincinnati came at,the 34-13 hands, in the of 6 Jax Parris Island Fliers 13.: 20 27 Parris Eglin bland Field" 2 6
26 : Navy
South, West Coast and Ud-West-and has been on hand for season's opener and a lastgameloss 12 Norfolk NOB '1'' 6 Miami 'rosh 25

many thrilling outcomes but the Cleveland-Los Angeles to College of the Pacific. 37- 12 Cherry Point 22 o Camp Lejeune 0 (. ..

fray topped them all. 14.Also o Camp Lejeunl'. '! 48 12 E C. T. C, 20
a standout during the 1950 Record-6-3. ... ... 32 Fort Jackson 13
It was a thrill a minute battle-which, as it has been campaign were the Patuxent '. 22 Little Creek 12 t
pointed out before-you would laugh if you saw it in a movie! River, Md. Bombers who raced 1:1 Toro 1\larlnt' Record-6-2.1

or read( it in a comic book In a Frank :Merriwell finish through a nine-game slate un o ComAlrPac 12: .

the Browns took the pro title on Lou "Golden Toe" Groza's I beaten. 18 Tram, LlsUxl 19 Santa Ana JC 32U J'oo"acola Goslings
28o 7 Memphis Navy 6
field goal in the last 20 seconds. The kick, believe me, was I The Quantico Marines, led by L.San A Diego City College mc: 14 3i: ThomasvUle, Ga. 6

true and straight -absolutely no question about it being such college stars as Eddie Le- 38 Long Death 6 : 0' Kessler AFB 14
food. Baron of: College of the Pacific, 50 ComTraPac 0 U Maxwell AFB 7 ...
Bill Hawkins of Navy, Hosca
40 Field 0
Com'Sub Pac 13 -Corry
Heart-Warming VictoryThe 1 .6
of North Carolina, Wit
Rodgers 32 NAB San Delgo 6 13 S'eastem Coil 21
weather was cold-about 2f degl'ecsth a slight Eacaoskaa of Columbia, and 7 MCRD, San Delgu n 19 Whiting Field 13
Randy! Lawrence Navy, piled up 39 Robins AFB 0
25 degree wind blowing in from Lake Erie, but who cares 343 points to 154 for the oppon- Record--3-6.. t ::14 Jax Navy Fliers 6

about cold when you are watching such a game. This we can say truthfully-that the fans never had time to feel cold Here 1s the .result of a survey 6 l.nwry AFB 13 :
conducted by the staff of the Jax .
because they were up and down like jumping jacks throughout Air News begun shortly alter o San Carswell Deolgo Marines AFB nU 26 Randolph Meld

the game And your correspondent saw something I the close of the regular season. 40 Williams AFB 6 31 Coleglo MilitAr ZSo
which he has never seen at a football game before-the entire This authentic tabulation of 21 Williams AFB 0 Tex Lulh. Coli. 1

crowd standing up for one entire quarter the final J teams is possible through the fine 33 Carswell AFB 7 26 Bertgstrom AFB 12 .. or
of the Public Information -
cooperation 0 6 Carswell AFB (0
period. What happened then is now history. 41 While Sands
I offices of the various installations -
47 White Sands 7 1o 19 Camp Polk 41
The magnificent Browns with their great coach Paul contacted. This is not I San Dt'igo Navy al 6 Brooke Mell. Cent. 6
Brown, by coming from behind like true champions, won the 1 an absolute complete list, but it 14 Brooke AMC 24 24 Eglin AFB 25

hearts of the crowd, which stormed onto the field to con-j! includes If you have most been of the wondering teams. how I Record-5-5.. 13 12 Bergstrom Corpus Christi AFB 7 9 .

gratulate the Cleveland players It was a sight to behold, I jour favorite service team made I l'olllt, It. L Record-4-4-1
one that you don't see in college football too often-If at all : out In comparison to others, here's I III 12 QUtll\.W't Norfolk Prison 6o _

then. I your story. * I Fort Devt"ns" 25 OWGG 1 In Midst

It was all a fellow could do to keep from joining in the II 1'rrl" Island 47 Newport NTS 2

throng of well-wishers especially when you are such a 0 Citadel Academy 56 34 51 Destroyer Newport Squad.Academy((10)) U 0 Of Ringer PlayAction

staunch Cleveland Browns supporter.Ever 6 Cherry Point 26 0 1 New Bedford 0 in the Officeis Wives
the Browns in 1910 40 2& Weslover AJ.'B 27 Golf Group ringer tournament is
since yours truly first saw play 40 Jax Navy 20
7 along in its second weekof
team has the best Stew art 0 34 Maritime Academy moving ..
Cleveland :
he has been the believer that the 25 Camp Record-6-2. play, with participants divided
in football and its coach the No. 1 coach of the nation 13 Little Creek 6 into three flights.Participants .

It was nice to see such things come to pass at the ClevelandLos I 18 San Deigo MCRD 57 33 o rt'at Lakes placed respectivelyin

Angeles pro title playoff tilt. I 14 19 Camp Fort Jackson Lejeune 33 7 Upper Iowa U, U Class A, B, and C flights, will
11 Lewis College 21 play six 18-hole rounds-six on
Post Mortem On Bowls I Record-4-5* 21 Sl. Norbert Con 31 the front nine and six on the back,
32 lll. Navy Pier 7 but these need not be played on
What has probably been the longest, if not the fullest, I WhlUng 1".111o 20 32 Ill. Navy Pier 7 the same day.
football season! on record is closing. The various bowl Keesler Jr. Coll 7 21 NAS Memphis 0 Golfers, upon returning from
I 6 Chipola Scott Field 12 play are urged to change their
games rang down the curtain on a season that began way 32 Corry Field 7 13
Waterloo Iowa 7 own scores on the tourney sheetin
back in the middle of August when the pros limbered up in 0 NATTC Memphis 9 21 27 Ill. Navy Pier 0 the golf shack and place score

exhibitions for the approaching, campaign and will end with 13 Pensacola Field 19 0 7 Naval Academy (JV') 45 card in the ladies' room. All .

the all-star pro game on the West Coast this Sunday. 7 Corry AFB 0 R'cord-5-4, rounds must be played with an-
9 Eglin .
in the
player competing
The Senior Howl game at Mobile, Ala., l last Saturday 0 Keesler AFB 45 l\1t'JUllhll6 NATTC ringer tourney, which closes Feb-

brought a halt to the various and sundry assortment of bowl Record-3-5* o Middle Tenn. State 33 ruary 2. January handicaps are
games. It ended on a rather sour note tool The manner in Field 6 Pensacola Navy 7 being used. -
have killed the Senior Bowl Corry 7 Memphis State 76 Prizes will be awarded to low
which the game, may game 6 Jax Navy Fliers 49
low In each class.
75 net and
6 Delta State Tech. gross
for good. The so-called North squad, calling time out with 0 Eglin AFB 38
13 Livingston State 73 Players!! in doubt as to rules are
15 seconds to go, believing it had time for one more play, 33 Warner-Rollns 13 6 '0 Great Lakes 21 asked to contact Martha Rusk,

went into the huddle and when it turned around to run the 121 7 Maxwell Whiting Field AFB" 32 9 Whiting Field 0 phone (extension 660 or Fuz Weber -
ball and the declared over. o Union UnlY' 12 extension 710SHORT
play, the was gone game was o Pensacola 40

Time, so say the officials, had run out. 0 Kesler AFB 69 14 8 Scott Fot t Knox Field: 20 21 CHIPS .

You don't need a mad imagination to imagine the resent- 21 Turner Field AFB 13 7 38 Cbrry Field 1
of the Northern squadat 0 Whiting Record-2-9. Three NAS feminine linksmen
ment and almost outright belligerence 38
7 Memphis Navy tried their skill against the na-
such an end There is no doubt of it-the ball would Record-3.7. tion's best} in the first annual .I ,.

have gone over on the next play-but there was no next play. Fort Jackson 7 Camp F.oKlln Leje\lne 1"lt'Jd" 41 Ponte Vedra Women's Open week

There are too many of these so-called NorthSouthfrays 7 Camp Stewart 19 2 Cherry Point 27 end.Mrs.
anyway. There is the Blue-Gray game in Montgomery, 6 Col. Green Wave 0 0 Bolling AFB 6 Dale Conner, Mrs. Fus
Bowl Foblna AFB 6 0 Whiting Field 9 Weber and Mrs. Martha Rusk
the North-South game in Miami, and then the Senior 36 Warner
AS 02 were the three NAS entries,
38 Atlanta Gen. Depot 0 7 Pensacola 7
hold it.
game in Mobile or wherever they can find a place to 13 Camp Lejeune 27 38 Corry Field 0 finishing 12th, 13th and 14th re-
It is getting harder and harder to line up stars for these con- 14 Cherry I'oint 33 53 Warner Robins AFB 0 spectively.
testa. They do foster good will among the sections of the, 27 Camp Stewart 6 21 Scott AFB a Conner's 54 hole total was 307;

it is said. But there is a finer, more pleasing angle 39 Col. Green Wave C 21 lax Navy Fliers 0I I Rusk's was 322 and Weber totaled
country-so local lassies did well
7 324 The
33 Parris Island II I 9 Keesler AFB
they could all work on-and that is benefit and charity. cord-6-3 25 Randolph AFB 24 considering the elements and the

All of them can take a lesson from the East-West Shrine, Record-3-, tough Ponte Vedra course whichIs
charity game-which is the only real true benefit all-star PMtuvent River, Md. Quant.1'C Marines a real test of golf for even the
held. 31 Aberdeen APQ CW.t. 12 Xavier 34 highest ranking pros. .
game ,


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.. ': :,. ,.. : 'i' : 77 Linksmen

: .
Competing In t

Medal Meet


... A field of 77 players, placed]
in their respective flights, has

taken to the NAS course to
shoot for honors in the 72-

hole medal] play championshipgolf

tournament which will

be in progress until February
s 4.
Eighteen holes (one round) will

I .. ,. be played each week for four
..... k weeks, course officials have an-
nounced. Golfers are placed in
four flights, according to han
d ... 4 j_ cap.Several low scores have already
been posted by participants in the
first round of play last week end
I $ with Bill McWilliams pacing the
Class A bracket with a net 71,
followed by Bill Foulk with a net
74 McWilliams shot 74
ror Y0' t aoa a gross
I c and with his three handicap, took
q the lead with his 71, while Foulk
..M S ; toured with a handicap of two
f { strokes.
: J h Steve Jonda, working with a
handicap of 13 stroked a gross 84
for a total aggregate of 71 to
take the lead in the Class B
flight, followed by Steve Cor-
nelieusen who netted a 72 on a
nine handicap.
Class C participants, at the end
of first round of play, were led by
John McMahon who holed a net of
NAS JACKSONVILLE 4 66 on a gross 85, minus a handi-
cap of 19. Bill Weber finished be-
hind McMahon with a net of 69.
1950 .. .; In the Class D flight Bill ChaseJr.
posted a net 67 as a result of a
SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS handicap 26 substracted from his
gross of 93. Fred Gage and Chip
.. Buchanan are second in this flight
t. .. with a net 74 .
Prizes will be awarded to win- .'

ners and runners-up in the respective

Winners RevealedIn

... Ringer Play .

Three linksmen finished In a
deadlock for top honors in the
Class A fight of the ringer tournament
played at the local layout
last week with Bill Foulk Bob
Wallace and Billy Haas each netting -
a neat 62
Foulk grossed 63 and his handicap -
of 1 gave him 62; Wallace

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64 and Haas worked with a 3
handicap of 3 combined with a

Fliers Lose Third 71-58 gross of 65.
Porter Bedell finished in frontin
T 1 the Class B flight by workinga
handicap of eight to good ad-
vantage after a gross of 70- to
To Florida Southern Five tally a net 62. Bill Chase Jr tallieda
net 64 as a result of a 77 gross
McGuire, St. Johns pilot, sent his
By Armed Forces Press ServiceD. minus a handicap of 13.
into the to foul at
1 boys fray every Jax Navy's Fliers suffered their third loss of the season at the -- ----
F. C. "Phog" Allen opportunity. And they did too, hands of Florida Southern College, 71.58, Monday, falling victim to PATIENCEWalter
40 fouls
piling some personal
Kansas University basketball up final four-minute .
with the only penalty being loss a heavy barrage.The Hagen, in a veteran
coach, just about holds thecountry' of balL out of bounds on each oc- Fliers are at home to yea's schedule. Here is the cpen: tournament, lined up a one-
record for being the casion. Patrick Air Force Base tonight, schedule: inch putt. :To his amazement he
and play host to a strong Keeeler hit behind the ball and moved it
oldest mentor in point of service i Jan. 12 Kessler AFIt, Home
Air Force Bases quintet Friday only a fraction of an inch. lIe
at one school. The good The result was that Allen's night at the NARTC gym. 15 Ga. State Teacher, then quartered the entire green,

Doctor has been guiding the strategy batkflr Ills Jayhawkers Next week the Fliers move Away lined up his less than an inch
destinies of Jayhawker court did win the r&1DIIU away for a tilt with the Georgia 17 Jax Jr. College, Lee putt as if it was a 30-footer( ,
to 50, but It was too flow for 19 Tyndall ArB. Homo carefully tapped it In. The erowd
teams for 33 and doinga State Teachers Monday, return to
years the good Doctor and certainly 22 Green Cove Navy, broke into cheers and llagen
home next Wednesday to do tattle
whale of a job at it. In that made hi* argument< look something with Jax Junior College at Lee Away bowed solemnly, walked off the

span, "Phog's" boys have won more" than ridlt'Uioult."l'ho& High gym and then take on Tyn- 23 Fla. so College', Home green.
21 championships. incidentally, Is the dall Air Force Friday January 19. 24 Kessler AFB Away
same basketball mentor who a 26 Iglln t'4>ld, Home Cy Young won 51 L games iA
,. ":' Naturally, few back was stumpingthe Fine preliminary clashes, featuring "' ,
being the yean 29 Green Cow Navy, the big leagues. Two hundred and
-r 1 dean of basketball court on a platform teams from the station intramural Home ninety-one in the National and
of eliminating the blg- league which begins SI Camp LeJeune, Away 220 in the American.
''f /' ; basketball boys from the game. Now witha play next week, will precede td-
: more or sl.x-foot-ninMncli t..r110 night's and Friday's home games.
% lees Allen, D r. it is Slyly whispered| enrolled at Tonight ComFairJax takes on i Who Is Tallest Pro Cager? I
t Kansan! because it In a good Naval Hospital in the preliminary -
t speaks out climate for atlunatic, Allen i* while VP-861 meets VC-62 inFriday's
., s
franklyand Some of the most rabid sports
t campaigning for the return of preliminary.
a usual- I fans the station struck out on Ohio State last year. In a sense
the renter jump. But then, of In Monday night's tussle with on
ly with lit- I the last Jax Air News sport'squizz they were on the right track be-
course, enjoy the the Florida Southern, the score AllAmerican
Ue regard anyone prerogative which wu'bat Big Ten cause Fesler did reap -
of changing hid mind. was tied five times before Southern : honors both in basketballand
for tact football coach elected to the
r or was
diplomacy.R S pulled away late in the final football All.ArnE'rlcan teamandthe in football only his performances .
period. Bob Becker was high were in separate years. lIe'made
to general Ail-American basketball team
e cently Contrary a public
point getter for the Navy with football All-American
his Jay- impression the Polo Grounds, In the same and what the
year year
15 tallies, followed by Red Sheldon team end 1930 and the
as an in
the New York
home stadium of
hawk I IHere's
!cr I hoop- was .
who netted 10. Kinlaw and Lapper he made All-
following year the
liters played Giants, seats! only 48,795, insteadof the correct answer. :
each looped 14 points to set American basketball team.
Fhog Allen Observation
St. John'sCollege 85000. by "Bennie Oosterbaan, presently
I n John Reed Kilpatrick of Madison the pace for the winners. football coach at the Universityof To start the new year off right

... .. Madison Square Garden and priorto Square Garden; "Television accentuates The January schedule shows the Michigan made the 1927 All- and because basketball has taken
the game Dr. Allen broadcast a poor crowd. Fliers at home most of the month American football team as an end over the headlines this week's
publicly his feelings' about present When Branch Rickey went to with some of the tops on this while playing for Michigan and qulzz is concerning, the hoopstera
cage rules In particular, he was work for the Pittsburgh Pirateshe the same year) he was nominatedfor Here It I U: ""ho IK presently
vehement against the current rule telephoned this advice to Bing tics in virtually demanding a 7. the All-Americanbasketball the tallest proife& lonal cha.krt-
permitting the offended team on Crosby, who holds a fewshares of year contract at a joint meetingof team at a guard position." ball player In the U. S.. what is
a foul option of the ball out of the Burs "Don't worry about a the leagues approximately a Oosterbaan garnered other grid- hU bright and what tam tfoea he
bounds or a free throw attempt. thing. I'll take care of the ball year ago. iron and hardwood glories also ash star with?"
Allen declared that his team would club-you Just keep on with your made All-American in footballin The first correct answer winsa
follow the strategy of always singing." Insiders insist that One reperrundon of thefrooklytot'ittsbnrgh 1925 and '26 and repeated his free full course meal at the
electing to keep possession of the Happy Chandler wasn't given the jump of basketball honors in 1928 to windup Civilian Cafeteria, good any day
ball, using the out-of-bounds play. gate as commissioner of baseball Branch Rkkey In the abrogation one of the most illustrious college of the week.
Ills public utterance had the same because of his remarks concern- of a working arrangement sports records ever set. To allow an even distribution of
effect of a general outlining his Ing baseball and mobilization. IHtWflNthe Dodger and tM A number of sports fans pro the Air News, no answers win be
field strategy to the enemy before They declare the magnates didn't Hollywood Stan of the Pacific tested that the correct answer accepted prior to 1500 on the dayof
t the tight Coach Howard care for Happy high.handed taco Coast cue. was Wesley Fesler, who coached publication.


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j ClflSSSFHED Artillery Lane Players To Present

t, B1JL1!7I TAN I

f FOR KENT "An Inspector Galls" January 24
\ ,
Furn. rm. 2312 College St Mrs
" Clark Ph. 1-6"49. w+ r Theater goers are In for a good, hair raising mystery story

'.,. One bedrm.) apt. $55. mo. unfurn.,' : come January 24 when the Artillery Lane Players will present the
350 4th St Atlantic Beach. Ph. play "An Inspector Calls", an absorbing drama, from the stage of
r Margaret Floyd Ph. 112 or NATTC auditorium.The .
5-2721, 1-- -.
t One rm. and kitchen near NAS, first play ot the 'new year, f

Mrs. Dorman, 4618 Wheeler presented by the' famous acting ,

A\'e. Ph. 2-3808. I group which works out of St. Au-
Furn. 565 Dellwood Ave Mr.
apt., ,
,). George Ph. 7-4738. -, gustine, Fla., the January 24

3 rm. bungalow (urn. $85 mo., i show is billed for only one per-

1 3712 St. Johns Ave. P. DeLoach. formance. Tickets, which go on

,t. Ph. 8-2724 I sale shortly, are priced at 50 cents,
3-2 furn., and 2 furn
nn. apt. mi. E
with proceeds going to the station
cottage, 3006 Talleyrand Ave.
Mrs. Cooley, Ph. 59881. Wt welfare and recreation fund.

Furn. room near NAS, Gentlemen, First presented in London by the I News From The Fire Box: Jt

,) Ph. Mrs. Young at 2-7473. world renowned Old Vic Com- has been a long time since we have
Small apt., 1352 Avondale Axe., had any news In the column
pany, "An Inspector Calls" is a I
Mrs. Black Ph: 2-0946. simply because we have been too I
I Furn. apt. and all conveniences' 5 I tense and gripping play whose plot lazy to send it in time for publi .r
Points 728 Lomax St.. Renee skillfully unfolds to a crescendo of cation. I
suspense, never failing to entrall
Hiatt. It is common, knowledge
!{ t-fm. furn. cottage $31. 0 mo. I the patron. that the Fire Department noW'I I
Mrs. Schulz. Orange Park, Ph. The mystery deals with sudden been transferred to another De
I 83952. death and a search for the
partment. We are just as lazy as
!, I Riverfront garage apt,. fuin. 2215 murderer, but here the familiar In the past but we simply cou1dn.tleave
River Blvd' :Mrs. Johnson. pattern of mystery play has a new Public Works without A

f Fuin. bedrm. and use of home, twist-a unique and highly excit- parting shot at all you good guys
-, Mrs. Newman Ph. 8-6634.: ing treatment, making it an un- and girls. We would like to take
t Widow and daughter will share forgetable adventure which will this on behalf of the
home, 5324 Freemont St, Lakeshore have the audience clinging to the opportunity to tell

; Mrs. Hampton. Ph. 23937Furn. edge of the chairs, throughout. each and every one in Public
rm. In pvt. home 2914 St ANOTIIER SIIIP RECOMMISSIONED Adm. Alfred E. Roy Poole plays the leading rolein Works that we have enjoyed woik

. Johns Ave. Ph. 2-2764. Montgomery Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, left; Capt. the Artillery Lane Playhouse ing with them and hope the won
( Furn rm. 3672 Boone Park Ave. Chauncey Moore, Commander Florida Group Atlantic Reserve presentation. He was seen last derful relationship that existed

r Mrs. Burns, call 2-7398 after Fleet, center, tour the USS Megara, (ARV A-b) accompanied by year on Broadway with Frederic while we\\ were in the family will
t :5 p. m. Comdr. Arthur Goodhue, right, Commander Sub Group Four at March and Florence Eldridge in continue after our divorce.
\, 2 bedrm. recommissioning of the "Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep",
apt. near NAS $80. mo. ship at Green Cove Springs last FridayT If we were to single out Individuals
I 4237 Appleton Ave., Pitrie, Ph.... High ranking Navy officials were on hand as two vessels were put Also in the cast are Joe Warren, this column would be car
Tom Tyrell Lila Paris
83943. back Into active service in and Bren-
ceremonies at the neighboring base. da Ericson. ried over til next week, so to sum
Duplex apt. In Riverside, 1 bedrm., it all up, we're going to miss you ,
Mrs. Simmon Ph. 14081.Furn .
all much.Maintenance.
bedrm. Miss Dorman Ph. O&R Performance Plan
23808. GenerosityAids !i Rating' reported that they
lost a dear little friend on the 22nd

Furn Blvd.rm.Mrs.near Wills NAS Ph., 2119 8-3276.River FamiliesAt ;Jri I Effect For CiviliansRating left.of December She had.when a big sendoff Mary Fagila when

rm. near NAS, 2737 Her- much to her surprise the Maintenance (
schel St. Mrs. Metcalf Ph. 2- Xmas TimeThe I
r The Performance Rating; Planestablished and Utilities Division ga'eher
\ 8502. Board of this Station, and a good start towards planning ..
by the
Ptivate rms.. in home with meals, hearts of 195 families in : Navy Department j may be further appealed to the for Junior. They have received I
1035 Riverside Aye Mrs. Wood the area were gladdened at the for rating the performanceof Statutory Board of Review of a nice thank you card from
Ph. 8-3256. yuletide season, when nearly 3. graded and ungraded civilian which the Chairman is a memberof Mary and she said she was really
Furn, rm. and use of home, 2305 000, together with food, was collected employees In accordance with the the Civil Service Commission enjoying: her loafing right now.
College St., Mrs. Whitman Ph. for needy families by the I i Performance Rating Act of 1950 A "Satisfactory' rating can be ap We
has been are sorry to report that Lt.
7-5098. approved by the Civil to
Shop Committee and workers at pealed either the Performance
E. Wilcox
Rm. in private home 2811 Forbes Service Commission.The maintaenance super
Overhaul and Repair department. Rating Board of Iris station or the
St. M. HAgedorn, Ph. 2- 043. The idea took form when a first performance rating of Statutory Board, but ret to bth.SUPPI.Y intendent California., Is He leaving us today for ..
will be missed
., 4 rm. lower apt 1308 Donald all NAS employees under the new by
St. Riverside group proposed a "worthy party"to all and we wish him the best of
$75. mo., Golden, be held. Money and canned plan, which became effective De- luck. -
Ph. 25367. cember 29, 1950, will be made on I
foods were contributed and sud-
5 rm. furn. bungalow, 4633 Wheeler March 31, 1950 and thereafter on We welcome aboard Lt. Jg. Carl .
denly from other channels
Ave. Mrs. Groves Ph. 2-4275. came rdates to be administratively determined R. Seltz who i* now working in
Single rm. furn. men only, 4247 food stuffs. The shop committee in the near future. Transportation Allene Brum
then met with officials of the Salvation
: of the Mail
File Unit' it
Appleton Ave. Mrs. Boswell Ph. The
who them new plan provides that each
2-0556. Army gave a j working in NATTC for a few
worthy list of needy families. emplo 'ee'a performance rating weeks We
Share: home 3 bedrm. and bath Or- I will be made his are glad to report
by Immediate
On Christmas Eve the shop that Edith Wewer of the
tega Terrace, Mrs. Atkins, Ph. Design
supervisor in three factors and at RESUME. When June 25th and
84855. workers made special deliveries to and Construction Division and
three levels. The factors to be con- the last half of the year caused
MISCELLANEOUS the families in their own privatecars. Mildred Fowler of the Contract
sidered are "Quality of Work," such sharp changes in the immediate -
Riders The average value of the Division are back at work after
wanted leave
:5 Points
"Quantity of Work, and "Adapt. plans of most U. S. citizens '
baskets delivered was 1500. sick leave.
Riverside, 0625 for O & R and being
ability. The levels are "Out- it wasn't hard to bid 1950
return. Call E. L. Padrick ext. Many homes were brightened by standing,' "Satisfactory," and and the first half of the Century
525 or 7-688 this generous offer. "Unsatisfactory." adieu. For celebrations, Supply's New York (AFPS-Mrs.) Alberta

Wanted Unfurnished house 2 or Under the Performance Christmas party was festive Lewis was haled into court .
3 bedrms. see A. V, Pfeiffer Rating on a trlffic violation. Judge Fiorlllo
Act of 1950 a rating of "Outstand- enough to do for ringing in the -
ADC, VP 861 Hangar 124, ; fined her $2 then
or reached
TheatreGuide ing" shall be given "only when all New Year too, although the casualty -
call ext. 8214 into his
own pocket and paid the
aspects of performance not list this year was consider .
Ride wanted from corner Ashleyand exceed normal requirements only but ably less. Noted one observer, who fine. :Mrs. Lewis !is his daughter.
Julia Sts. t6 NAS
Hours, are outstanding and deserve spec- signed her little epic "Goo Goo":
D1 O-1600. Grace Hamrick, Ext. James Kemp (both of Labor
ial &
8 58 or 272.Expeiienced commendation. The require- "still remember the kiss I got
ments for an "Outstanding" But the one I can't forget Equipment) each received a check
baby sitter, evenings, .Thursday Dwvntbcr 11 performance for
rating is much above The one that haunts me, tauntsme over $30 (after taxes). Such
: transportation furn., Mrs. "California\ Passage" !'what was required for "excel- monetary rewards for putting ait
I i Driver Ph. 8-5195. _._. .... .....Forest Tucker lent" an yet. idea on paper makes participation
efficiency rating. Is the I did
r Wanted ride to and from NAS one not get. .
from vicinity of Main or Laura Friday, December 12 Xo employee ran be rated While the weddings over the In that program most encour '
1 "Experiment[ Alcatraz"John I ..rn ..factory" unless he has holidays were numerous, the sur- aging.
\ and Working West hrs.11th 0730 St. (to Springfield 1600, call). M....................... ,. ... Howard been given a prior ninety day prise of the year was the sudden Ldr. Williams, who has been

" Bussy Ext. 526. Saturday, December 13 I warning In writing/ that his performance elopment a few days after ChristI I the "special assistant" f just a few

Ride Wanted from 1626 Pearl St., "Blight Leaf".. .......Gary CooperSunday i l III unsatisfactory! and mas of Vonice Taylor (Admini- ,weeks will shortly transfer to
working hours from 0730 to December 14 I given assistance during the stration) and Tom Chenault 'j'N A TTCenter,

1600. Contact Kimball at ext. "Tomahawk".. ............ Van HefhnMonday ninety-day period In which to Other recent blessed unions included
288. December 15 I i bring Ms performance up to the Susan Isaacs (Disbursing)
Kati'.factory level.I and John Kozak (Station Personnel I DIVINESERVICES
"Gambling House"
. Oops Molar ...... .... ... ..... .Victor MatureTurx. I I Each employee's performance ) ; Gunny Compton (Commis-
Wrong I I will be discussed with him on a sary) and Roy Coleman. Alice

San do....", {'aUf. (AFFSPut) I, .......A..;...Wed.. ......., .IXv....Errol 1617"Klm" Fljnn I(continuing basis. Also, he will be Fender marry Albert(Household Banks Effects in June.) will \
on your new bifocals, give given a copy of his rating after it
., tronk and I This month, in the Station I
yank has been
up pops a approved by the Per-
i for $1,050. Dr. Francis Rob Bar of Barmaid fojinance Rating Board. The copy Chapel, Bill Wulf (Salvage Yard)
'! blaming it on his new spectacles al +lof the rating will tell him that he will wed a girl from Califol'OIa.Uncle' Protestant .
{ admitted that he pulled the MantelM, Franc (API'S) I has a right to appeal the official greetings have gone out ti .,
. again to some more Supply-era, I 0930-Services. All Saints' Chapel
, tooth of one of his patients. Three armed men' entered a performance rating (of "Satisfactory"
in the awarded 'waterfront bar this time snaring Dan Sharpe, (Sunday' School)
i" judge case here recently, ignored I or "Unsatisfactory"), An
plaintiff the money on a charge the cash and disappearedwith I "Unsatisfactory" rating must be John Richardson, Bill Anderson, j I 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel
.f negligence. I Yvonne Imbert, the barmaid. -flrst appealed the Performance Lloyd Stevens, and Woodley 1045-All Saints Chapel
Pierce. Alf but Woody, who is
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/. :: .:; destined for the Air Force, are Catholic

,'t. "" ". ".!! headed back to the Navy Sue I I 0830-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL
Adams life the
departed Supply
, .- .. ,4 '. !' last week in December to accept a '0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Cate.
'. :"Ii >: :- <: : transfer to Cecil Feild. I chism Class).

'r ., For their joint beneficial sug 1030. Mass, St. Edward's Chapel.

: gestion, Walden Johnson and I 0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL '.

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