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Creation Date: January 18, 1951
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VOL, 8-No. 43 :_ UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 18 January 1951 J

II Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing: 11 II

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Disaster Plans

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Being Arranged


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Course of Instruction Due

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For Individual Protection t,


A course of instruction for the protection of the indi-

vidual in case of enemy attack, is in store for all military:

i personnel and civilian employees of the Naval Air Station, .

it was announced this week.

Lcdr. James Mullins, aerology
Y officer, who has been namedto val facilities in this area to augment
head the radiological defense any civil defense organization -
committee announcedthat in the utilization of mater-
the course will consist of ials and manpower.
.. lectures on the .basic problemsof Naval representatives also sit
, in civil defense council meet-
the individual in case of disaster on
w the advised means of pro ings to advise and assist in local
MAP CENTER PLANS-Officials of the Naval Air Technical Training Center, reactivated here tecting against atomic weapons, plans. Wallet size instruction
last meek, get together for a conference on the huge preparations for the future. Assisting Capt. and the probable methods of enemy cards, bearing concisely stated
'I Lester Rice, center, commanding officer of the Center, in"mapping the plans are Comdr. John Ga- attack. rules to follow in case of atomic

( .to mon, left, executive officer, and Lcdr. William C. Rivers, right, personnel officer. Disaster Bill Set military attack have personnel.been issued Commander to all

Although Florida has been con- Mullins said that it was antici-
sidered one of the safest spots in pated that similar cards would
Calls' To Be
Initial Funds Inspector the country. Lcdr. Mullins said soon be issued to civilians of the
,
that nevertheless the Navy was station.
taking no chances, ahd had Committee Formed I
Allotted For drawn up a disaster bill and an I I However 8x10 inch cards con-
Presented Here Jan. 24 organization plan to enable na- taining the same informationwill i
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-- be issued by the JacksonVille -
I WorkAn
Cecil
.. I I Civil Defense Council to all
A tense and gripping mystery play, "An Inspector Calls" local citizens. The cards are \
initial appropriation of one that holds the patron breathlessfrom beginning to end, Be Alert, Fella I meant to be attached to the wall :,

$8,000,000 has been made by will be presented by the professional Artillery Lane Players of home or office.
Have all Passes The is out
Navy carrying an
Congress to start transforming 0 from the stage of the NATTCenter auditorium next Wednes- intense of developmentof
program
: Cecil Field from an auxil- day, January 21. Ready for SentrySay d'tection devices in conjunction -
iary field to a master jet : Booked for only one performance with radiological-type war-

field, it was announced this the play, which featuresthe Third Reserve fella, don't get the jitters fare, Lcdr. Mullins asserted.
week. I widely known professional'' or fumble around your Equipment is ready on the sta-
group of actors from the Artill- jeans or pocketbook when the tion for possible use by special.
Immediate plans call for construction ery Lane Playhouse, is the first guards at the main gate ap- ized crews checking radioactiveareas
of dual using' Unit Given he said.
r runways 0 of the new year. The curtain proach you for your personal
the most recent design criteria goes up at 2000. identification passes or badges. A defense organization nucleus
and other buildings. has been formed of military
Personnel here will be able to '
Active StatusMarine The alert gate guards have
Plans were also announced to officers enlisted men and
i
its
the show in presentation
see a tremendous task in regulating -
extend the runway at Mayport, civilian employees who in the
here next Wednesday at a nuch
expand the plane parking area Fighter Squadron traffic during the rush past few months have attendedone
lower than elsewhere. The'
price hours and it is urged that all
V reline existing gas tanks, and, of the Armed Forces schools
third
show normally brings about $2.00 144 became the squadron -
personnel have all identifica-
renovate buildings, roads the
existing conducted
and utilities. I per ticket, but station personnel, of Jacksonville Naval Air tions immediately available. try in ABC throughout warfare. Representatives coun-

To Begin DredgingThe :I military"An inspector and civilian Calls" can for'see 50 Reserve Training Unit, based Fullest cooperation is expected of all commands of the
from all personnel, both
here tojte ordered into active station have attended the schools.Auxiliary .
west seawall at Mayportwill cents. Ticket chairman Lcdr. civilian and military.As .
be replaced, and the contract James P. Lynch, Communications !'military service when it received -xi -
I approach the gate,
for dredging out Ribault Officer, has set up agencies 0 o orders (this week to re- have in you clear view Station
basin for the carrier base will at the Jax Air News office for active March 1. your passes. i
port duty Civilians' badges should be
be awarded January r* followingthe and Officers' Club and personnel
opening of the bids in can also pbtain their ducats o VMF-144 thus joins Fighter pinned to the lapel of coat, or i
0 At Sanford To Be
Charleston. I through respective depart Squadron 742 and Patrol Squadron made visible on outer garm- '
This work includes dredgingthe mental and division representa 741 of NARTU in the shift ents.Those
turning basin and entrance tives. from reserve status to active living off the base I
/ Reactivated SoonNaval
channel to a depth of 42 feet, sufficient I t Officials have announced that service. VF-742 begins its active must make it a point to see
to accommodate the enlisted men will be permittedto duty February 1, while VP 741 that they leave home early '
Navy's largest carriers. Approximately I wear civilian dress. Proceeds will be activated as of March 1. enough to arrive at work on Auxiliary Air Station
8,360,000 cubic yards of from the show go to the station I Composed of men from all time, with all their identifi Sanford, Fla., decommis-
materialwill be removed including welfare and recreation fund. I walks of life, who have been I cations. These steps will be sioned in August, 1916, is being -
6,430.000 cubic yards by Experienced Cast TU. enforced as long as the present reactivated and is ex-
pipeline dredging. i The cast for "An Inspector state of National Emergency
Calls" i includes experienced check in at the Marine Air Detachment I exists and will not be pected to be commissioned \
Much Survey ,I Broadway'actors- plus a staff of NARTU, for a periodof'intensive relaxed for entrance and exit the first half of 1951. I
A revetment wall will be rebuilt training. All mem- I to NAS. The
'expert technicians, who will auxiliary station at Sanford -
'I i including the salvaging of (Please Turn to Page 9, Col. 4)STAGE
.
I carry on the Artillery Lane one of four recently reac- .,
derrick and
of
stone
2,000 tons tons of and I Playhouse's sixth season. The J '..i" .c.'. .., ..",,'.', ..."',....,... tivated, is expected to support
15,000 cipcap stone and filter I r Artillery Lane Playhouse,housed 0I various fleet units, probably
providing new granite I in the old Spanishquarter of St. Carrier Air Groups similar to
t ...".. material consisting of 10,000 I' Augustine has gained national those at Cecil Field or patrol
tons of derrick stone and 4,000 '
Florida's .
recognition as first professional plane squadrons.Also
tons of filter blanket material. I I I 'theatre. f'a ordered into reactivationwere
'/ Surveys and plans for the job I i I "An Inspector Calls" is a first Naval Air Facility, Bruns-
were prepared for the Navy by !! class thriller, building through wick, Me.; Naval Auxiliary Air
(Please. Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)x ) .I scenes of dramatic revelation, of I pb Station Kingsyille, Tex., and Ma-
stark terror, and of unparalleled 4r rine Corps Air Facility, Santa
suspense with a startling climax s Ana, Calif. ;
E-5 Exams Thrilling Plot I k ,s .. Sanford was originally commis-
The mystery, written by J. B. sioned in early 1942 and
Priestly, deals with sudden death ed 'multi-engined patrol panes
t" Given 97 and a search for the murderer, and later fighters, both under the
'., with a new twist of pattern. The Naval Air Advanced Training
a5 Ninety-seven third class pet quiet little Inspector who con I II h 7b Command. At the height of operation
ty officers stationed at the Naval I ducts the ;Inquisition to discoverthe H' there were approximately i !
Air Station and Cecil Field +I guilty party is,a 'compelling pS 2,000 military personnel aboard ,
buckled down .to the task of figure, a personification of fate. and approximately SCO civiliansand ;
, examinations Tuesday in hopesof I With merciless thoroughness he'' one outlying field. By 1946
successfully passing and probes into the background of all the planes :were gone and the
eventually winning a promo each suspect, finally bringing out field decommissioned.
... tion to second class rate, or the evidence which serves to .. On August 15.: 1946 Captain
pay grade E5.Eightyeight. tighten the noose around the -'-"- Frank T. Ward, Chief: of Staff of
of the hopefuls murderer's throat. SHOW HEADLINE:S-Such seasoned and expert.Ray the Naval Air Advanced Training
Included !station and fleet unit Ray Poole, a- seasoned per I enced Broadway performers as Poole, left, and Lila Paris, Command, turned over $several t
will headline the cast of the stage play "An Inspector Calls," buildings including the dispen-
personnel of NAS. and the other former who was: seen last season right, :
nine were Cecil Field and on Broadway with Frederic to be presented by the Artilleryday. Lane Players here next Wednes- sary, BOQ, hangars, and several
NATTCen Personnel. March and Florence Eldridge in I Poole, who plays the leading role, has been featured in such barracks to the city under a revocable -
" Last week over 500() ) enlisted _"Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep", successful New York productions;, as "What Price Glory," while lease. The remainder was
personnel took exams for third plays the leading role in next Miss Paris has been seen *n. tel vision in "One Alan's Family" turned over to WAA in November
class petty officer. I (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4) and "Cavalcade." 1949. '/ ,
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Jax Air News Report From Washington



Station.Published Jacksonville.every Fla.NAS Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air Korea Combat Men Get Tax Exemption .


Jacksonville

Cant. Douglas T. -Commanding Officer International Post Office Set Up In KoreaBy "'
Comdr. Porter F. Bedel-Executive Officer ..
Public Information Officer ....._.?..__.... Lt. Lorenzo W. Baldwin
Fleet Air Jacksonville Armed Forces' Press Service islation to provide the President with authority .
Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery _Commander All of Korea and adjacent waters defined to control' all types of electro-magnetic ..
Capt. Allen Smith_Chief of Staff in terms of latitude and on:Korea reaching to radiation which might serve to guide' enemy
Fleet Air Wing Eleven a point on the east coast of at its juncture planes or missiles to a target in the event of

Capt. Jesse S. McClure ._....__............. Commander with the Soviet Union, has been desig. an attack'on the U. .S. .
Comdr. Joseph B. Tibbets ....... Chief Staff Officer nated by Executive Order of President Tru- \ .
Naval Air Technical Training Center man as the present combat area. While the Armed Forces are largely mechanized *
Capt. Lester K. Rice .. .!. Commanding Officer Officers serving within the designated area the Army, in recently published Reg-
Comdr. John A Gamon, Jr. ........ .'..... Executive Officer since June-27th, 1950, will be eligible for in- ulations, provides for the retention of a limited
Naval Hospital come tax exemption of $200. Enlisted personnel number of animals in pack organizations, ....
Capt. Dwight J. Whartoiu._Commanding Officer will be granted* total* *exemption. at Service schools instruction purposes,
Capt. Guy E. Stahr_,_Executive Officer and for administrative purposes where requirements
The Air Force has withdrawn the XC-99
NARTU exist and essential tasks can be
world's largest air cargo transport, from serv- effectively and economically
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer accomplished more .
.
ice temporarily in order install ..
to stouter '-by animal than by equip
Comdr. Laurence Ruch ___ _.Executive Officer power power
landing gear capable of bearing the tremen- ment.

Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration dous weights carried. The giant craft recently .
flew from Barksdale AFB La. to San Juan
building Phone extension 8184. The Army has approved construction of
Editor-Andrew H. Planey Puerto Rico, with one stop at McDill AFB, 1,270 new rental housing units at seven installations .
Staff Members: John L. Almond, Barbara Rickman, SN. Tampa Fla., carrying a record freight loadof bringing to 15,485 the number of
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weeny at the U. S. Naval Air Station 87,000 pounds.
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds rental units so far approved. Approval was
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev. States where deer are abundant be given for 72 units at the Navajo .Ordnance
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the may Depot, Flagstaff, Ariz. .
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary: Air Station Cecil Field, and asked to declare extra open seasons to pro-
the Naval Hospital. vide the Army Quartermaster Corps with 50 at the New Cumberland General Depot,
.vhpSr: AIR NEWS Is a mrmflcr ot the Armed Forces Press Service. Re- more deer hides for the manufacture pf deerskin New Cumberland, Pa.; 125 at the Sierra Ord-
ot production other matter of material exeept from by service these sources publications must Is bear prohibited a credit without line. Republication permission Arctic and trigger finger mittens, which nance Depot, Hcrlong, Calif.; 750 at Fort Lewis -
Of Editor JAX AIR NEWS. provide freedom, of action along with pro. Wash.; 40 at the Marietta Transportation
tection from the cold. Corps Depot, Marietta Pa.; 100 at the Sioux l-
Up The Ladder- Ordnance Depot, Sidney, Neb., and 133 at the
An International Post Office has been established Sacramento Signal Depot, Sacramento, Calif.
in Korea to handle the 11 tons of .
Navy To Promote 217 mail received daily by the troops of 16 na- .* Male college seniors now are eligible for
tions. Outgoing mail averages five tons daily. Naval Reserve General :Lineand Supply

To CPO As Of Jan. 2 The Navy's shore establishment fire loss Previously Corps commissions, they were 60 days not before eligible graduation.for commission -

record hit a 10-year low in Fiscal Year 1950. before graduation.The .
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Washington (AFPS)-Authorization Losses from fire totaled only 1/100th of one .
: to promote an additional EM'sEligible per cent on property valued at almost $15 Navy has informed its personnel officially -
217 first class petty officers to Select billion. that benefits of the Soldiers' and Sail
temporary chief petty officers, I j ors' Civil Relief Act of 1940, as amended, are
acting appointment, has been approved !' The Navy has eliminated plane trigonometry currently applicable. They also are applicableto
by the Bureau of Navalersonnel. ForCommissions and elementary physics as pre-entrance other military personnel. .
requirements for the U. S. Naval Academy. .
These subjects will be added to the
Those to be advanced were included curriculum. Academy A new machine, called the electromyo-
on the eligible list ascer- graph, which promises quicker diagnosis of
tained in April, 1950, but whose; has been installed at the
'injuries
advancements were not authorized It has been announced by the The Army soon will establish 62 special nerve Army Medical Center. It
Washington resembles
Navy that regular Navy schools throughout the country to provide
person-
until pow. The promotionsare television set and is equipped with a
effective as of Jan. 2.Shortage nel who are eligible for commis- 'Organized Reserve Corps officers with facilities a .
sion as ensigns in the Naval Reserve for brushing up on military subjects. camera.It
of CPOsA the skin
electrodes to
is fastened by
can begin making plans These schools will be designed to give ORC
critical shortage of CPOs in surface covering the involved nerve area. The
officers the training they would receive at one
certain ratings was given as the now.The of the large Service schools. camera makes pictures which-aid in locating
reason for the additional ad- day preceeding such ap- j. the exact area and extent of damage. n
vancements. Twelve ratings are pointment, selected personnelare Civilian firms'or individuals interested in S f
included in the promotion list. discharged from the Navy contracts to operate basic pilot training Capt. John Ford, USNR, famous Hollywood
The 217 were among the 1,702 for the convenience of the Gov- schools for the Air Force in the future will be director, has reported to the Pacific Fleet, for
POls who successfully passed the ernment, which in effect terminates required in their bids to provide a suitable active duty. His first assignment is expectedto
Navy-wide competitive examinations their Regular Navy training station site. Also they will be re- be the making of a documentary film of
held on Dec. 1, 1949. From careers. quired to furnish the necessary instructionand Naval activities in the Far East. Capt. Ford,
the original group who passed Some of the requirementsgiven administrative facilities. winner of five Motion Picture Academy
the 1949 tests. 248 were initially are as follows: Be a citi- Awards wears the Purple Heart as a resultof
advanced to CPO in June, 1950, zen by birth or naturalizationfor World War II service.
The Defense Department has proposed leg- .
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while another group of 252, were a period of ten years. Be n
advanced in December. physically qualified. If a wo'an, fits, insurance, and'allotments..
CPO Exams have no children under 18. Edu Stoudemire is a representative
No further advancements to cation-must be a graduate of Weekend of the Massachusetts Mutual j.J.Mr. j.J.
CPO are to be authorized. How- accredited college or university: Life Insurance Co. and gave out
ever, POls, who are otherwise with a baccalaureate degree (4 some good info. along. that line.
qualified may compete in the year course). Age from 18 to 27 Notes
Navy-wide examinations scheduled in most categories, 33 years in WinefTafk VP-741-Four new officers have i .
for Tuesday, Feb. 13. special ones.Mounties. joined the squadron. They are r
The break-down of promotionsto from Lt. (pg) Bill Reeder, Ensign Lew

CPO by ratings is as follows: Allen, Ensign Woody Cullis, and
QM, 80; FC, 4; RM. 2; FT. 6; AT, Go Mechanical f MARTU Lt. (jg) Doc Sellers.
1; AE, 40; FP, 3; PN, 31; SK, 12; Ottawa, (AFr S) With only The squadron was really hum-
AK, 11; DK 4; and AF, 23. 153 horses left, the Royal Canad- ming the past week-end relativeto .
A complete list of names of ian Police is rapidly being mecha- As far as Fighter Squadron 742, are taking care of last minute de- being March recalled 1st. to active duty

those to be advanced is containedin "nized, but 46,860 miles of north- is concerned, the past drill period ,I tails before reporting for dut '. on Four enlisted men were drop--
BuPers Circ. Ltr. 197-50 ern wasteland were paroled last will probably be the last one !|i Flight i activities consisted from the squadron this week- ..
(NDB), 15 Dec. 1950)). year by dogsled. on a week-end basis. The "Week- '' mostly of tactic hops but, however ped end. They are Daniel C. O'Leary

-xVF742- end Warriors" will be on a full I!|I these were shortened slightly ADEC; William H. Todd, ALC; j
Set Volt's Bolt time schedule now since the 1 due to necesary meetings and Loel L. Judy AMSAA; and Clyde .
Berlin (AFPS) A reporter ders came through to go on or'l j! paper work. Officers took part of McIntyre, AL2. i
seeking comment phoned the East tive duty. I I I their physical exams Saturday Six men were welcomed
Activities for the week-end morning. These will be completed
Undertake German government Information aboard. Three from VP FASRon-
To office in the Russian sector. consisted mostly of the big job within the next three days. 745. William T. Bell, RMN1;
An operator answered, saying: of organization and "firmingup"the I I An important lecture was giv- Laurence W. Mills, ET3, and Wy-
Active StatusMembers ''Th re' is nobody here." squadron. Officers and men en by John Stoudemire on bene- man R. Smith, AL3. Three new r
-- - -
I "Where is everybody ___ men Benjamin H. Robbins, Jr.,
of "Weekend Warrior" "Foolish question. Today is AEM2; Thomas Swager. AA; and
William L. Grissom, AA..
Wednesday. Everybody takes po- .;
Fighter Squadron 712 Mitical education every Wednesday S ; Next drillis February 10. 100
served their last week-end +j morning." Y a. per cent attendance is necessary<
I
drill at Jacksonville Naval Air In preparalion for activation of
squadron on March 1 Lt..Harry
Reserve Training Unit here Enough Is'EnouglrK
Kincaid, commanding officer .- -
last Saturday and Sunday, I (AITS) The idea of of VS-741 has a baby girl-6 Ibs.,'"

prior to undertaking active triplets, and all of them girls, was ,r e 3 ounces, born on December 10.
I too much for Ilaria Basioni ..
military status February 1. I -he J'
The first of two NARTU Jax jumped from a window. It seems
squadrons ordered to active mili- that the 46-year-old father of six Theatre.
daughters waited ten years for a '
tary service, the squadron can
now drop the "Weekend" portionof boy. He was injured only slightly : Guide

its title as it prepares to em-
bark on active duty service. A .
DIVINESERVICES Thursday, January 18
sister squadron, VP.741, will re-
.
"Joe Palooka in Squared Circle. ...
turn Sensing to active the significance duty on March of the 1. .......... -' Joe Klrkwood ,",

coming assignment, most of activ-the "Grounds Friday for,Marriage"January 19.. .. ....._.

regular week-end squadron with last _........ ." .. Van JohnsonSaturday
ities were dispensed AT THE STATION
CHAPELS
20
January .
week-end with concentration on
new undertakings. Many of the I Protestant "Albuquerque" ......Randolph Scott
details that normally would ariseon Sunday, January 21
the first day of active duty 0930-Services. All Saints' Cha- "Sound of Fury"J'rank Lovejoy'
were completed so that training pel (Sunday "School) Monday, January 22 '

could get underway immediatelyafter 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel -----. ---.........-- "Gasoline Alley". ..Scotty Beckett
the squadron reports in February 1045 All Saints Tu .-Urd., Jan. 232.I .
ChapeLCatholla
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a liE GETS THE POINT-Most squadron commanders are en- "Sampson and Delilah" -
I
All*pilots and ground officers titled to special treatment and Lcdr. Edwin Fischer, commandingofficer i --.-............ .... Victor Mature
checked in to the NARTU officeat 0830-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL of VF-71S of NAKTU, really rot it when he reported to
the NAS Dispensary to begin I' the NAS Dispensary for his annual flight physical last Saturday. 1\lat\oon, III. (AKPS)-An en-
St. Edwards' Catechism
thier series of immunizations and 0930- Chapel ( Where the 'Doc" ever found that crooked needle is still a mystery. gagement was announced between ,
tests, plus attending to other de- I' Class). Left to right are Wilson Umstead, IIMCA; Lcdr. Fischer; Lt.. Wil- Howard Snow and Laeth
tails that go with active service 1030-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL liam Frankovic, leaning over in amazement, and praying that hU :Mae Storm. The combine will be
procedure. 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel, skipper will survive the ordeal is Lt. (Jc) Bailey Welden. a Snow-Storm.



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,, AUi The promotion of an aviation Johanna Yak.
married the former
to the rate
J photographer ovich at St. Edward's chapel on
of chief, the re-enlistment of Dec. 29. The ceremony was performed -

... ;i r .>: a veteran chief, a marriageand I by the Rev. John J.
By Armed Forces Press Service a basketball victory Burns. Springer, who was assigned .
John Reed King faced a little ; highlight this week's news I to the squadron in early November ;
from Miami. The
old comes
,
lady a contestant on his t
"Give and Take" radio program. from Composite Squadron marriage climaxed a four year's

"May I ask your age' he in Sixty-Two. I courtship. I

quired."Certainly. Frederick Donald Schmidt don- Springer is a former mechanicfor
," she answered ned the buttons and cap of a chief Pan-American Airways in
proudly, "I in 71." i aviation photographer last week. Miami.

.... "Wonderful," said King. "And i He was ordered promoted to that The squadron basketballteam 1..
which ef the prizes would you rate by the Bureau of Naval Per- chalked up its first vic
like to try for the easy chair, I sonnel. : tory in the station's intra-mural
the comforter the electric with
or last Friday night
league
blanket." {. Schmidt, who is 29 has servedin
OIl. the Navy for about 10 M years, I a sparkling 23-19 triumph over
'Well, she said "Those are all I VP-861.
He is married and is the fatherof
nice for older folks, but I kinda J a 7-year-01d'daughter and a 6- I Paced by Bill Niehaus, center,
had my eye I and Jim Edmonds a guard the
During his naval
year-old son.
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on the bi tightly played game saw a 4-4
career he has served aboard the
cycle." ..wk deadlock at the end of the first
battleship Missouri with patrol
Liltln' liii I quarter and then a surge by the
squadrons, at the Naval Research I 1
MarthaTilton Laboratory in Anacostia and at ultimate victors who were never
l I ,, remainder of the
has ,,' the Naval Photographic Center in I headed for the
been pleas ;. ,:n D. He from contest.
Washington. C. comes
",.. Edmonds aided
and
ing the ears I ." < ... Seattle, Wash. I Niehaus .
of listeners ,: I by some fine support by Glen
for It. :. : I Peterson, Jack Durbin and Bobby
years
.. ;
with such .4, i' Vincent Austin Hawkins, 38- McAlister, dazzled the oppositionwith

I swingclassics .At, year-old chief hospitalman, re- their guessing and ball handling ,
.
t4: enlisted for another six-year
as I as well as their ability to ,
"BlowGabriel hitch after completing nearly cage a number of difficult shots.Promotions .
., :. ._ ;- 15V4 years of naval service. i I -x-

I Blow. .,'.. ', Hawkins, who was at Pearl
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As can be .. .., n0 Harbor when"the Japs made the
: :
she .ii sneak attack on Dec. 7, 1941, served
still seen has Martha Tilton -i in the Pacific during the early I
part of World War II. In 1942 he Scheduled
look-appeal to match her voice. was assigned to the French Frig
Her latest efforts are heard coast
ate Shoals with a Marine Listening -
I to coast on "Curt Massey Time." :<(
and Lookout Post
halfway MarinesWashington
For
between Midway and Pearl Har
Here and There-Pert freckle- bor. Members of this
group soughtto (AFPS) Marine
faced Doris Day.has been named
locate submarines and
Japanese Corps Headquarters has author
Miss Valley Forge by members '
shipping, and were especially interested
iced the promotion of 2,600 non
: of the Navy Carrier USS Valley j
in locating the base of
commissioned officers to the top
Forge Francis, famous Army
the lone Jap flier who was dub three grades. .
talking-mule, has been ordered "
bed "Two O'clock Charlie.
The promotions to master ser
to lose 100 pounds. After his first
picture he began to eat in pore I : After his enlistment in the geant, technical sergeant and ,1''
tions worthy of his star-stature. : ; :P Navy at/Jew Orleans, La., Haw staff sergeant will be based on
Now the studio wants him to drop ;. .; : : kins served at various points and examinations conducted last f

his present 850 pounds to a more ,. ;:,:..-,: *<: 'i. .. I aboard several vessels up and spring and will be effected by

trim 750 for' his next role "".w.' .,. ,_... ....... ..._ ..".........."'......k.....".,.;...'..L.w..:,......:.......,..:....:,....,_:. __ down the east coast from New- commanders on receipt of Special 1
'Comedian Jack Benny, whose port, Rhode Island, to New Or Order 336-50. -1

n last picture was his much-gag Correctly Identify These Aircraft And Win A Priie. leans.In. At the same rune, the Corps "\,
'1 ged-about "The Horn Blows At April, 1940 he was 'as published authorization for promotions
t Midnight" is going to try again. Alert VP-3 Man Wins Aircraft signed to the Fleet Marines to corporal and fcer-
His next, "A Story For Grown Force at Midway where advanced grant in :MarCorps Memorandum
ups." Benny recently spent the defense battalions made 126-50, listing the "rutting

week before Christmas visiting Contest Second Week In A RowEnsign up the military fortification for cores" by rank.and occupation- {IJ 1
Servicemen in Travis Air Base the island. I aJ told.
Hospital, Oak Knoll Hospital and Late in 1942 Hawkins returnedto All occupational fields are rep.
Letterman Hospital. Vincent Dauro of VP-3 either has a remarkable knowledgeof the states for a tour of recruit resented in the authorization for
aircraft or else he la quicker than the rest for he has won the Jax ing duty at Springfield 111., short I corporal and sergeant with these
A host of new musical plays Air News.aircraft identification contest for the second time In a TOW. ly after being promoted to the exceptions: No vacancies exist in

has just hit old Broadway including Despite the fact that last week's chief pharmacist s mate. He then the Marine Corps Band for cor-
.. Cole Porter's "Out of This contest was designed to be difficult I might throw you off. Study them did a tour of duty with an ACORN I porals, and no applicants were
World" and Frank Loesser's Ensign Dauro supplied the well from all angles before you unit which was formed at found eligible in chemical war-
"Guys and Dolls" songs from correct answers without any apparent give your answer. Lido Beach, N. Y., and went fare and radiological safety MOS'a
these shows are being sung from trouble. Changes In personnel continually ashore with the occupation forcesat for either grade.
coast to coast, including "No The top photo was not a Russian bring new readers of the Los Negros Island in the Admiralty New tests for promotions will
body's Chasing me" and "If 1 Yak as so many suspected Jax Air News 80 for their> benefit Group in April of 1944. I be held throughout the Corp'
Were A Bell" Letterman Gen. but it was a Russian IL 2, :3 attack here are the rules pertainingto Hawkins was later recommis- I during the period January 8 to '
) eral Hospital in San Francisco is and the center view showeda the aircraft identification sioned warrant officer, a rank he 1s. 1951.
on the lookout for TV sets. The Russian IL medium jet bomber contest. held until Dec. 24, 1946 and on I' Personnel In grades of Pfc and

Hospital does boast one of the while the last picture was of the First of all, you are to identifythe : Thanksgiving Day of 1944 he was above may take the general military .
best private radio stations of its U.S. Navy F3D Skynight fighter. pictured aircraft as to type, I assigned to an LCI group of the II subjects test (GMST). Technical
type, with earsets for bed pa Sinew Ensign Dauro's win nationality and designation; sec 17th Amphibious Force which saw examinations, however, will

\ tients. spiked the rhjutcr of letting the ondly, you must either bring your in the Philippine cam Lie given only to those eligible per- i
jackpot grow, thin week'* content answer to the Jax Air News offices paign. '(eons seeking advancement to the ".a
The troops in Austria will soon offers tilt! original prize of or call the Jax Air News at A Mediterranean cruise aboard top three grades.
see the famous "Clown Prince of a $3.00 credit coupon good on Extension 216. To insure that all the USS Hyman a destroyer, I Regulars, Marine Corps Reservists
.. "
o Baseball, Al Schacht. The famous brought him to Haifa. Palestine
any purchase made at the Main- readers have an equal chance to on extended active duty, and
I funnyman is flying there on the Bide Navy Exchange.As win are to remember that in the late summer of 1948. The members of the Organized Reserve -
invitation of Walter Donnelly U. you no ship was assigned to duty as military
has been stated previouslythe will be to i are eligible for these exami
S. High Commissioner the answers accepted prior support to the United Na
Jax Air News contest is designed I nations.
1530 of the the Air News is
first public showing of the film to provide entertainment, day : tions there. I
honoring the U. S. Marines, "The test the skill of station personnel distributed.For I! In the Spring of 1950 Hawkinswas
Halls of Montezuma," is scheduled in aircraft identification and to your own information and transferred to VC62. He was
January 4, 1951, in 'New stimulate interest in this very important to help you check your answers born in Paulding Miss. A Strange.Year,
York.. Vets of the Korean fightingwill phase of military learning.To against the correct ones it is id- 0 \
be the honored guests. stress this last purpose of vised that personnel save their Casimer A. Springer, AEM 1, a i Dog Shoots Man
-x- the includedin copies of the Air News from weekto Naval Reservist who was
contest there is now ret'all'l
It's been in
a strange
New Drug May Save the military examination for advancement week ed to active-duty last I more one. year

for enlisted ratings The National Safety Councilhas
Many From Blindness b T .
some questions on aircraft Identification 1 4 all the evidence, from the dog
Washington, (AFPS) ACTH } i I Ir ;
I i who shot his master to the man
famous arthritis remedy" may Today's contest shouldn't pose ir- who swiveled in his chair and
save many wounded in Korea any problem for anyone who has hurt his back. 2
.- from blindness.The studied his aircraft identification, I I Take the case of Jchn Schlitt-

Army said recently the however there are certain factors I ler's dog. In Graham, Tex.. the ;
- drug's ability to retard growth about the pictured aircraft that pooch walked up to the gun, ;

of fibrous tissues, particularlyin pointed at his master,, raised a ,
scarring wounds may makeit Shades of Orville! I paw and pulled the trigger. '

a preventive in blindness.In Huron S. 1>. (API'S)-The pilotof Monkey trainer William Rogers !
wounds close to a nerve, the a Western Airlines plane radioed I of the St. Louis Zoo trained i
fast growth of fibrous tissue in his Rapid City ofice recently t g z s t Alice, a chimpanzee, to ride a :,
I the scar may interfere with the : motor scooter. Ungrateful Alice

nerve's function. In case of "I have a passenger aboard romptly ran over him with the
a wounds to the eyes only a small named Orville Wright trying to contraption. :

... scar may cause blindness. locate a missing briefcase Do you As for the man in the swivel
-x- have it?" I $ :hair-Charles McCall of Glen- i
Here's Tho AnswerTo "My gosh," another pilot brokein dale, Calif., was sitting at his
Accident Cause on the airwaves "is that guy :lesk minding his! own business.He .
still flying?" swiveled in his swivel chairso
Canadian traffic experts have' -- ---.. vigorously that he hurt his
come to Uie conclusion that most back. He's applied for state compensation
automobile accidents are causedby General Grant :Marries ...=(AFPS).
'
drivers. In an analysis, the Chicago City, Minn. (AFPS-r Y YN. .w My 'r -x--
, panel of experts revealed the following Army Sgt. General Ulysses Grant
data: Most accidents occur was married here recently to Miss ti" Develop Tightener i

in clear weather on dry roads, in Loretta A.Williamson, The bride r& Schenectady, N. Y. (AFPS) -

broad daylight, and ,on straight teaches\ school in Florida. Sgt. :.Q'_. -
roads. > Gr'aDtis'stationed at Red River has developed a new liquid that a
The final report Issued,,by-the Arsenal: ,'Texarkana, Tex. HOBBY SIIOP MOVESAsthe usual there are no Idle hands at makes it easier to tighten nuts on
board reads:',"The' real,,, U&e'd. t Hobby Shop this past week for it was moving time. All fa- bolts, and seals "invisible" pipe
r 'motor accidents, i* a\..wl4etpreM.lack A pat.deal of'evil can be done I duties and material for the Hob by Shop have been moved from leaks. The new materiaj} remains

of care, patience --"eew-- in" a,.'ef'1 little time. It takes building 913 to building 986. M tesy, couple 1w4th too ......... IonpftG ito good: but the results I right Arthur W. Scaeffer. AMC; Melvin R. Thompson SN, and I but hardens in a few minutes

brains driviMJUiiw.' .r( r ,.M*,'saer4t: ; :' Charles Miller, DC1. when air is shut off. ..
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SALTY HUMOR FROM
..
HERE ..
AND THERE


Last night when all the stars ...

were lit,
Pa went out to stroll a bit.
When Pa came home, Ma had a
fit.The.

stars were out but Pa- was ....
lit.Lady.


((1)) on telephone: Yes .....
dear, that's all right. Don't hur- *-
ry, and have a good time. Good.

bye.And
as she turned from the

phone, her gentleman friend ask. ,
ed: Who was that? .
_... .....______....... ,.__.. ,_ .. husband.G. .
.n. "' 'n. "" .. ...y- *, ::!< ":!!!", ,:;" '...-\<""" '...- .M;" Lady: My
"YM'__ .: What did he want?
ARRESTING GEAR DEVICE TESTED-The practicability of :
1 I Lady: Oh, he just called to till
arresting gear rabies to slow down aircraft coming in for emergency me that he'd be late getting home

landings here at NAS is being given a real trial. The planis ; tonight. lIe's downtown playing'

for the pilot to drop his tail hook which catches the cable poker with you and a bunch of

which is joined to a huge anchor chain. The chain serves as a the boys.A .

"drag." In top left photo the tail hook of an F4-U is inspected by '
girl with pretty limbs can
pilot Comdr. Robert Dose right, and Henry Smalling chief machinist branch out.Minister .

of Operations before the plane takes off to make a test J

of the device. In upper right photo chief machinist Smalling, right, : McIntosh, why don't
demonstrates how the arresting gear cable is joined to a 700-1'oot you come to church any more?
length of destroyer anchor chain. On the left is Clifford Waller, McIntosh: For three reaFons: .
AMI: and center is Wayne C. Neal ARIC. The huge chain is i Firstly I dinna like yer theology;
swung around to get the cable In place by a tractor lower photo. ar secondly, I dinna like yer singing;
--- -- --- ,, and thirdly, it was in her kirk I'

Marines OK first met my wife. I

Modified Version Of Arresting Gear ,'

New TopcoatFor Fowler: I'm forgetting women. '"
..
Blake: Me, too. I'm for getting
To Aid Tried
Landings Here
Personnel I Emergency some as soon as possible. _

__on ._ ______
Washington (AFPS)-Adoption II The problem of arresting the the problem seems to be solvedby They found $5,000 sewed up in
of a new style topcoat for Marine high speed of jet or other carrier installing: an emergency ar- As the plane comes in, the aunt's bustle.
Corps male officers and enlisted aircraft making emergency resting cable across the centerof pilot drops the tail hook a nor- Gee, that's a lot of money to *.
personnel has been authorized by I landings has prompted the Op- the runway. Utilization of mal procedure for a carrier leave behind.A .
the Secretary of the Navy. erations Department of NAS such a cable was first tested at landing. The tail hook catches

SecNav also approved a redesign -I Jax and staff training officersof the Naval Air Test Center Pa- the stretched cable, and is Sailor
in the style and change in ComFairJax to examine the tuxent River, Md. brought to a quick but gentle his was anxious to have
fortune told. He
color of the present enlisted men's practicability of rigging some The modified version of the stop by the weight and frictionof went to a
swami. As he
sat table
khaki flannel shirt. The principal such device across the.runway arresting gear, which can be the dragged anchor.chain. he noticed the at the ball hadtwo
change: consists of a standard. Marine as is now used to arrest planeson used by any aircraft equipped The tests were made on the holes in it."What's crystal
Corps green shade from the carriers. with a tail hook, consists of two NAS runway by Comdr. Robert "
the idea of
the holes?
present khaki color. Unarrrested, the high-speed parallel carrier-type landing Dose, staff training officer of be asked. r;. -
The new style flannel shirt aircraft are liable to roll past cables approximately 10 feet ComFairJax. The installationof "
"On
will not be available until present the end of the runway and incur apart, stretched across the 250- the arresting gear was made claimed Wednesday the swami nights, ex-
stocks of the khaki flannel serious damage-hence the foot runway. The cables are for the tests by Chief Machinists "I go bowl-

shirts are exhausted. new set-up. connected at each end to 700 Henry H. Smalling of the ing....
Both the officers and enlisted feet of fairly small anchor station Operations department.The -
how earth did
"My
men's topcoats will be of a stand- After a series of tests made chain flaked out in zig-zag gear can be used in either on you
ard Marine Corps green material, with various types of aircraft, I fashion. direction. come to" get so completely intoxicated -
._ ? asked the judfe.
- --
treated with water repellent. The --- -
EM topcoat will be o: 22 ounce Coca Cola Donates I Honor."I got You in bad there company, Your four
see, were
material until the stock of
green Lower Ranks Overseas 'I
of I had bottle of
i us. a whiskeyand
that material is depleted. Afterwards Children attending the annual I the other three didn't touch
the material will be of 16- I
Christmas Party held aboard the the stuff." .
_
17 ounce kersey. : station Dec. 22, again were treated .

Double Breasted Coat Given Dependents PayWashington to a free supply of drinks, I 1 "As I understand the case"
The overcoat has been
style thanks said his honor, "you and your
to the Coca-Cola Company
changed: to be of a double breasted husband had an altercation and
belted model with slash pockets I I of Jacksonville. I you were kicked in the ensuing .
(AFPS-Per diem quarters allowances at .
and buttoned shoulder tabs Through the courtesy of the local rumpus."

whereas the EM coat will have a overseas stations, where government quarters are not available Coca-Cola Company, the tots | "No, sir, Judge," replied the
liner only when the 16-17 ounce !I'' now are allowed all Armed Forces enlisted personnelwith disposed of about 4,000 bottles of"cokes" Sailor. "I was kicked in the stom-
material is used. 'I' of during the day. mick
grade.
T'officers' top coat will be op- I depEndents-regardless pay

tional until June 30, 1956, after I Paym'ents are retroactive to Au. Assistance Act of 1950,
which it will be a required uniform gust 1.Previous. I pendents enlisted personnel in the
Item. The short overcoat for to passage cf) the Corkers only Af'P.feA
three highest pay grades were
officers will continue to be !
optional -I eligible for the overseas station
may purchase swords!! and
diem allowance for quarters.
Mai\ s Headquartersalso accessories which they have been per ...
I '
prescribe Now, however EMs: with dependents .
: sources from ,'required to possess since Dec. 31,
which Regular Marine Corps of- i 1950. in pay grades E-4
with lt>8 than seven' jeans Service -

Narrow Escape E-3, E-2, and E-l have had
extended to them entitlementto "

i the allowance. Entitlement U

I MarineReported i "Dead"Back on the same ba..ht, and conditions
an for EM: In the top pay

grades.
Job Here at NAS The per diem allowance]) Is in
on addition to basic allowance for

quarters (BAQ) as provided by
Out of the night of horror in -- ---- .
the Act. Applicable rates are .
KOI ea, where he was reported
Lased on the country or areas
"dead1. to the peaceful shores of concerned, and are established bya

America has come S-Sgt. Cedric Joint Services group.

Jurgens who has returned to NAS Eligibility to receive the per J ....
and his former job as Guard NCO. diem basically requires that dependents -

Its not the rat-a-tat-tat of ma; actually reside with the 4lr
Service personnel outside continental -
chine guns but the grinding gears 4 >
of autos through the main gate United States. A further x
that he now listens to. ik requirement is that adequate and r r J
suitable government quarters are ,
When interviewed this week
not available.The .
Sergeant Jurgens asserted as Mark t I new ruling does not in any 1.M
Twain once said: "My death is Y
manner change current regulations
"
greatly exaggerated. It was
regarding transportation of
NAS that his
to
when he reported
dependents at government ex
former buddies were aghast to see j .
the young :Marine alive and well, I pense. t4 -.
"
after he was rumored "dead". They Never Learn! N.

.Inrgens left Jay Nasal Air Station .__...n____ '.. -- s Syracuse ( A F P S t -Henry 7
at July with the first /groupof I Brennan's dog has found out that ,.

On Marine hit arrival to there leave he for took Korea.part S/Sgt. Cedric Jurgens I what goes up -may need' help : -. -
land and later at the NAS hospital getting down.
In the 1'iisan amphibious landingand here. Goliath (that's the pooch) was XAIIOY r
the capture of KlmH Air
|
found recently strandeu on a tree I
field. Possessor of the Purple Heart limb 35 feet above ground. It
In September. 1050, fighting was and Navy Cross, he is a veteranof took firemen 40 minutes to get
heavy and American troops were nine years in the Marines and him down.
forging: forward. With tank cov- In World War II took part in the Brennan said Goliath has been

eiage Sergeant Jurgens was landings at Guadacanal. pretty good at treeing squirrels. THERE he's Gwtnn Caldwell winner of the title
thrown forceatly to the ground, With glad tidings still ringing in This one apparently got away. "Most Beautiful Legs." JHlss Caldwell ,to the first in a.series ol
and for 4% hours he lay helpleat her ears that her husband it alive -x- photos of feminine charm which the Armed Torre" Press Service '
in a rice paddy, until he was discovered < and back on his old job, Mr Jur- Evansvllle, Ind. (AFT8) A will service to'Armed Forces ncwupapeinu'Bernard of Hollywood,
by medics and brought to gens is now winging her way to 130-pound man was arrested here famous glamour photor, JIM travel the U 8. Ja march ol these
an aid ntfltion. Later he received NAS from Australia. where the recently and charged with teal- most beautiful women Also, many ttorke Exchange stores are

hospitalization in Japan, Mare Is- bad teen visiting I her parents. 'ouield' punod-008 u* 3u\\ tacked with Bernard'*'13Z-j.; g. -pin-up i heck. 'j? : ; ,
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$160 A Month Wage Credits ..m rrr VA Warns About


.A"I'OH"i...!..,,:Oma...'..1.:..',..L5Tf,i.,. D l,1 IiUrr.iI. ; '''-!
: ...-. ... '
Veterans Of World War II Have Stake I \ --.:,:' A ). "Side Payments"In


'=-, F!) -.l ;,-.;? Home Deals
'-;: .

In New Federal Social Security Law -....- -JM 'IPI r.I The Veterans Administrationhas

L ii
again warned veterans, build
and lenders against the
ers consequences -
Usually changes and amendments ed out, who had 90 days or more State Department ,ftr 22 years, he ., I of making or accept-
to any government leg of active duty between September retires and his pension under Civil 'II ing so-called "side payments" in

islation fail to attract any 16, 1940 and July 24, 1947, and I I Service begins. Since his military I II hi: the sale of home properties to
service in World War II has I i: III : veterans with the aid of GI
l
I..... particular attention among whose discharge from service was 1.-1 I 1 'rl :
been used toward his Civil Service : loans.
i
not dishonorable.It .
laymen but if members of !
retirement credits will not g I
wage I Such side payments usually
does not if the veteran'smUllary
apply
the armed forces who served service leads to other Fed be used under the 1950 amend- I I I b I made for the purpose of evadingthe
I- active Work ments to the Social Security Act." JLLJ sales
on duty during eral retirement benefits. However ; ; ) ii.J prohibition against to
There are two times to take action I in of
War 11 were to know the real wage credits are not affectedby veterans excess appraised
: (1)) in 'of death "reasonable value" direct
( case
your -a-e a "
benefits ox the 1950 amendments an compensation or pension II

your family should go to the nearest violation of law and subject of-
that is Veterans Admin-
paid by
'- to the Social Security Social Security field office fond NEW ID CARD -This new fenders to possible Federal pros ,
istration. take the
Let
Act" they could better understand ple of Bob Doe,us explains Jennings exam-: inquire about benefits, and ((2)) uniform identification card ecution, according to H. F. Dick- J
hove the act affects Doe when you are 65 you should lOll will be regulation for all Arm- ensheets, V-A's Pass-a-Gnlle Regional ,
"Mr. entered active serviceon at the Social Security office and ed Forces personnel after June, Manager. :
them. June 2, 1943 and received his inquire about benefits.If 30, 1951. Similar cards in dif- In spite of repeated warnings,
These amendments, which the honorable- discharge on January 2, anyone in the family died in ferent color will be issued to Mr. Dickensheets said cases 'con-
President signed Into law during 1946. In 1948 Bob attained a po- service or died after discharge or Reserve component members. tinue to come to light wherein
late 1950, ate of great particiijar, sition with the State Department.His release, his family should get in veterans have been induced to
interest to all 8el'\'i<'emen, If a three years in the armed serv- I touch' with the nearest Social Security pay the builder or seller an
man was in the armed forces for ices are included toward retire- office. Even if
previous Box Supper To amount over and above the sale
90 days or more dining the period ment under Civil Service regula claims were disallowed, dependentsmay price shown on the loan report

.. from 1947 Sept 16, 1040 to July 14: tions. r avoid loss of possible pay Be Held Feb .5 submitted to V-A, and upon
Congress has decided that
'i ments
by filing a new claim before which the Government loan guarantee
he will be credited with $160 in AFTER WORKING for the
the end of March 1951. is based.
wage ci edits for every month he ._ By St. EdwardsA I
I --- --
: Veterans who knowingly conspire -
was in active service during this/
.. '
to evade the law by mak-
period. VF41, VA-15 ReportScouting. I pre.Lenten party consisting ing such side payments risk loss
; or a box supper, and sponsoredby of their rights under all veterans'laws
KENNETH W. JENNINGS, St. Edward's chapel, will be
.
the V-A warned.In
GMM1, former' claim reviewerfor held small Mus- manager
at the chapel on
the Social Security Administration The Squadrons j tin Road at 1930 Monday February addition liable ,to all prosecution parties involvedare under

I, now on active duty in the I 5. Federal law.Model .

.... elation Legal office, clarifies the Sponsored as a social affair, the -x-
V importance of these/ amendments, Sporting the "railroad tracks"of party will also raise funds for St.
with a hypothetical, but very realistic full Lieutenants are former Another "first" was chalked up Edward's chapel, with all hands Plane Flyers
example: "lgs" George E. Rutledge and to the credit of VA-15 recently invited to attend. I
"Take John Jones. He went In- Ralph M. Koontz, of VF-41. Lcdr. ,.
when Lcdr. James P. McGovern, Each lady who attends is expected Demonstrate Ability
to the Navy on January 1, 1941 Charles C. Ainsworth, Commanding -
S and was honorably discharged on Officer of VF-41 administeredthe executive officer of the squadron, : her to bring a box..supper with of i More than 300 watched with In-
December 31, 1945. This amounts made the first landing of own preparation enough I model enthusiasts
oath in a brief ceremony Jan any food for two Men at terest as plane ..
to fJO months of service during uary 5th.Hogtied. plane on board the U.S.S. Orisk- tending the affair persons.will bid for the I "flew" their planes in demonstration -
World War II. Multiplying: the last Sunday at the parkinglot ,I
and tamed are five box which they prefer, vying in '
number of months service times of VF-41's bachelors. En- any.Later at the corner of Mustin and
more in a ceremony aboard the auction style, in competition.
$160 gives a total of $9,600 in sign Vincent D. Kaptu., James P. ship, Lcdr. McGovern cut a cake Ladies wishing to attend and Yorktown. l'
wage credits. Yahr ADAN Robert D. Some 40 model enthusiasts from '
Boyer,
the initial
commemorating land
bring box asked to
a are
"John to work for Kel1t' 's AEAk supper II
goes NAS and
Daniel E. Achord, ADI. ing. The cake was presented by contact the following Logan surrounding area were "
Billlaid Parlor in 1948. He works and George A. Ruskine, ATI, all Captain P. H. Lyons, commending (WAVES), at extension: Mary 361 on hand to display the flying); ability =
;
for this organiation until June, of their models, including stunt
recently gave their vows "for better officer of the Oriskany.
Inez Udovich Nurses
Ensign ( ),
1965. He also attains the :
r: age of or worse! extension 780 and Mrs. flying, and other demonstrations
65 in June of 1065. When John ; Smalling by scale models and speed planes.
files a claim for Social A warm welcome aboard has Five hold-overs from the December (married), extension 638. Fur-
Security Types of models entered ranged
been extended to seven new men ther details be obtained
1949 fleet can
for chief
exams
by
benefits the
credits amounting from 17-inch to 7
wage speed type a -foot
reporting to VF-41 for Lt.
duty. who recently were promoted, calling the Catholic Chaplain
to $9,600 which he earned model.
(jg) Ray M. Gurley from Atlantic came from local squadrons. Jack office, extension 8141. wing span
while in service are combined with Reserve Fleet, Green Cove Held here to promote interest in H
the total wages he earned from Springs, Fla., and Ensign WalterL. Kenneth Hollander, Faetulant; model plane flying, the meet wasa
James E. VA-45
the billiard parlor. This means Hatfield from ComAirLant will Donnelly, ; Harry Close Shave With Wave success. According to those in
Bourne Dawson, Jr., Fasron 6; and
that John's monthly benefit will complement the officer quota charge such meets will be held m
be greatly increased by the inclu while Henry Del Toro, SK3. hail William Allan Shannon, VF-173, Tokyo (AFPS) With one the future here. Those eager to
don of the wage credits. ing from the Bronx, N:Y.; Daniel are former AEls now sporting thechief's sweep a wave tossed a British form a club may call Clifford
"If John should die before I.e D. Natchsheim, AMAA, from En- uniform and hat, while Wit seaman overboard and in the Hampson, DTC or Comdr. Dave
-. .' attains age 65, these wage creditsfor glishtown, New Jersey; Roy D.. liam John Conway, Fasron 9, same instant saved his life. Able Hendeison at Extension 305.
made the
active service may increase I. Guite, ADAA, o f Plainville, grade as an AFC... : Seaman Cripps, London, was repairing --------- --- ----
the Social Security benefits payable Conn.; Laverne C. Plassman, a guard rail when a wave
to his family.. ADAA, of Deshler, Ohio and Anthony Albany, N. V. (AFTS)-A local'' swept him into the sea; but a life New Type Life Jacket
R. Rinaldo, YNTSN, of Dover library received a book in the raft was torn loose at the same
,. THE MAIN THING to remember New Jersey, hays: reported I mall six years overdue. The name I time Seaman climbed Replaces Kapok TypeIt
points out Jennings, is that I for crew duty. "Improve a Memory." aboard and was hauled to safety. I
no Social Security payments can has been announced by the'
be made until an application bas Bureau of Ships a new typeof

been made. When a veteran dies Fibrous-Glass Jacket-Type Life .r
within three years after his discharge Preserver will be used to replace ;

his family is already protected I the now obsolecent kapok type. ,j
by an earlier provision of I It has been described that the
the Social Security law. In these new type jacket is leversable and
cases, the $160 per month wage 'consists essentially of an outer .
credits for service in World War 4e cS U envelope of cotton cloth in whichare

II will be used only if they will k enclosed removable fibrous-
give higher payments to the family glass pads. '
than the older law. It is fitted with tie tapes and
: k
These wage credits mentioned $* J r 4 tunnel tape to provide for Indi- .,
herein may be used in determining ( \ c ; vidual adjustment. A leg strap is )
the amount of Insurance pay < y I i attached on either side of the pre-
ments to the veteran' and his family server prevent it from riding up
when he retires; to the familyof 2 on the wearer while he is in the ,
a service man cr woman now water. Pockets) are provided for
deceased, and to the family of a the leg straps while not in use.
veteran if he should die A }|I A webbing body strap is also attached -
to the preserver to facili-

DOES TillS APPLY to all tate lifting the wearer from the
World War II servicemen? It does 2 water. This strap can also be used
apply to all servicemen, it is point- as a means for attachment be-
-----. i I tween individuals. The outer cover
is flame proof and will not sup
R Polio Fund port combustion.


Drive OpensThe Stupid? Mebbe!

Dothan, Ala. (\FPS-lIous-
1951 March of Dimes ton County draft hoard exam-
drive began this week throughout inert blinked recently when
the United States as a massive they viewed the<< 'e results of a
attack against "polio," the questionnaire distributed to
only epidemic disease knownto frfl\T :- prospective soldiers:

man that is still on the in- : S Q. How do you get your
crease. EXAMINATION TIME mall?

-. Although the Naval Air Station "Thinking Caps" were very A. The postman puts it in
will hold no special campaign much In evidence when the mall bflx and I take It out.
it is pointed out that all ,. more Q. There were you born?"
personnel who so desire may than 500 enlisted personnel'tompeted A. At lster' house.

contribute to this worthy cause > ,:' in the examination
through the Chaplain's ,office.' ,'for I'
third class petty officer and
The nation-wide campaign to' i\v Baby, It's Cold!
.about 97 took lor
more exams
fight infantile paralysis will run Fort Chimo; Quebec (AFPS)-
through January 31. ,"'i< promotion to second class pet Temperatures that drop as low as

A check of $2,447.33,> from t,' rScer during the past week. 40 degrees below zero mean nothing -
the proceeds of the Navy Charity 'Net even the photographer was r a to weathermen stationed at

Carnival held in April of able to distract the attention of k. 1 fC this Northern outpost. They re.
last year, has been set aside as cently ordered a refrigerator.x .
the NAS Jacksonville contribution these "sweating" personnel as. -

to the 'March of Dimes they took their exams at the Spokane Ua--h. (API'S)-Bur- '.
campaign. A check for thh Main"mess hall, shown top and glare ,broke a window In a local
amount will be presented) to'the smile, bottom. laundry and apparently, suffered
representative of the March( of '" for their trouble, The only things
.I.
Dimes during the period of the" ,. missing were bandage from V
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Time Out for a sports tour of the station. An
of new talent for NAS varsity and intra-mural teams is
ticipated when the thousands of students who will '
ulate at NATTC come aboard. [ -
Considering that the majority of NATTC students
be youngsters fresh from high school athletics and in
prime of their_physical fitness after the rigors of "
camp" it isn't unreasonable to expect an overflow of
dates for the many and varied station sports programs. ;
Speculation is rife concerning the many professional .1
college stars whose names are being added to ship and ;
tion rosters almost daily. Many fans look for a return
the great service teams 01 the last war era when it was ;
rule and not the exception to find Navy sports
studded with All-Americans and when a clash of ;
teams drew thousands of spectators. 1
Add the big name performers and the eager .,- ..
with plenty of spirit and aggressiveness and you've got
it takes to make 1951 possibly a memorable year for

sports. Golden Cloves Time ;

The Golden Gloves, that magic name that draws ;
sands of stout-hearted amateur leather pushers from the
tion over, is due to get underway soon and Jax Navy .
be fairly well represented.The -
first NAS fighter to see action will be
ring veteran Freddie Farr who will journey to
S. C., soon to swap gloves with championship aspirants
North and South Carolina.
The Carolina Golden Gloves committee extended an
vitation to local fighters to participate in the fights at :
committee's expense and when Farr volunteered they i
their money's worth for Fighting Freddie has always

in a fine performance. I .
Locally the muffled thud of S-ounce gloves will fill
air when the Jacksonville Golden Gloves elimination
kick off on February 7 for a three day tournament. i
Some of the Jax Navy scrappers lined up for the -I .1.
fights besides Farr and Buddy Hudgins, hard-hitting |
weight, John Bernardi, light heavyweight, a versatile I
former who played fullback for the Fliers last year and I !> ,
described as excellent squared circle material, and i I
Wilkins, a good featherweight who last year was j! I i I I T-Sgt. Du
for the title honors in Air Lant's tourney. I I I re-
If any other Gloves potentials are interested in i his Marin
the Jax Navy squad they should contact Chief Faraday runners-up.went to
ext. 585 for further information. PT who ..
Swim Meet Planned >game to
Intra-mural sports, which has lagged somewhat ; of NAR-
ly, got a shot in the arm this week as Physical : game of VF-13 score,
announced that an intra-mural swimming meet of 171 for
y seven events will be held on January 30. ; League
Listed on the agenda for the water splashers are American
free style races for 50 and 100 meters, a 50 meter .
stroke event, a 50 meter breaststroke race, and a 300 I
medley relay consisting of one length each of
breaststroke and free style swimming. I I I ; I I .
In addition there will be a -100 meter free style relay ; Play
to top off the aqua show there is scheduled a fancy !
contest from the 1 meter board. I I I ; i iI i i the Blind
Another member of the intra-mural sports family I at the sta
return in the near future when plans are completed for I ) by carding
J4 handi
new'bowling league. An organizational meeting will be 86.
in Building 930 at 1000, Tuesday, January 23 and all r Bill Bak
sentatives of the various departments and units who I place,
want to enter a team are requested to be present to help e1
I | ; working:
mulate the
program.Physical i i Baker
Trim Hoomhealthy
I I I ; and had a
Its good to note the fact that many station
are taking advantage of the facilities of the fully ; closest _
gym located in the Iecreation: Building. It is indicative I I I I 16 hole;' ,
attitude and good'morale when personnel spend I longest
in trim. \: Ed Foster
off duty hours keeping physical I longest .
There is plenty of equipment for the fellows to honors! .
with as Physical Training has seen to it that just about j
ery kind of athletic device is available and in I : .

condition. been more
I a pro-

The casualty rate in this corner is terrific. First it I the
Joe Fa-
Chet Paschang whose byline graced TIME OUT for I creditable
,; months, who fell victim to that call of sea duty, and now Masters,
successor Bob Joyce is manning. the rail somewhere in I at ,
Pacific. I field In

\ With Joyce's departure, the sports section of the )I, !, part-time Inquirer
.J Air News is the victim of personnel shortage again. It is I j : j]I

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y ...., Leo Marchel has moved to the After temporarily balancing their won-lost column, Jax
front after two rounds of play in 1 I aI Navy's Fliers went down from a heavy barrage of hoop ;,

the 72-hole medal tournament now meshes to finish on the short end of a 98-51 count with the

underway at the local golf course, high scoring Georgia Teachers College professors Monday
net 138 to lead the
posting a
night on the latter's hardwood.The .
championship flight.
rO. locals had evened theirseason's
Behind Marchel are Bill Baker through without too much
cage record at four wins
with net 149 and Bill Chase witha
a trouble. '
and four losses last week with
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net of 154 in championship flight good victories over Patrick Air Banging away with a vengeance -
play. Force Base and Keesler Air Force the following night I I,
Charles Weiss is setting the pace _ Base. against Patrick AFB, the locals '
,.. in the first flight with a net 146. f t yt sa M Coach McCaffrey's Fliers havea played one of their best gamesof
followed by Bill Rusk with 147 busy time outlined for them the season to snare an 88-52
and Steve Corneilussen with net within the next week. Friday win. Good hustle, combined with
149. S they are at home to Tyndall Air hard rebounding, left little to be
After two rounds of play A. K. Force, Monday they travel to desired and gave promise the
Robinson leads the second flight Green Cove Springs, play host to Fliers had finally hit their stride

competition with a net 141, with Florida Southern Tuesday and A 65-45 victory over Keesler
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1 Steve Jonda is in 2nd place witha trek to Keesler AFB next Wednesday provided the same fire with even
142. John McMahon has posteda ; more improvement in the floor
137 to lead the way in the third The Fliers became to llth vic- work of the locals. The Fliers

..... flight after two rounds of play. tim of the high-stepping Georgia displayed an excellent defense
I ;Mike Hollock is second with 117, i Teachers Monday, to drop to five against the taller visitors and almost -
while Porter Bedell is in third position losses for the campaign. The completely handcuffed their :.
with a net 140. a 'Georgians brought their averageup big pivot men to win handily.
Fourth-flight pace setter is Bill to 84 points per game. This win is treasured more than
l Jlendrick who has a net of 143, Attempting; to get back to usual by the NAS team becauseof '.
the winning ways in the sec the laudable performance I
.. after two rounds, followed by Fred
ond of last week's four
games,
Keesler made against LSU before
and James Brown
Gage
the Fliers were cut down Wed going down to defeat.
of a net 152. nesday by a smooth Camp Le- Here is remainder of January's i
'I jeune team, 50-39. Excellentball schedule.Jan. .
handling by the Marine 19 Tyndall AFB Home
outfit and good work on the Jan. 22 Green Cove Navy,
; backboards sent the visitors Away ,.
into a lead and they coasted Jan. 23 Fla. Sou. Coll., Home

2-Ball Jan. 24 Keesler AFB, Away
.. Basketball Jji. 26 Eglin Field, Home
Jan. 29 Green Cove Navy,
Slated i Home ;
Honors Jan. 31 Camp LeJeune, Awayx
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Some 30 or 40 couples

pected to be in the fold spark plug center swishing the The closest game of the day
winter mixed two-ball came in the tussle between FAS-
cords for a total of 18.
golf tourney which gets ron-6 and Corn-Fair Jax. Law
at the local links Monday, I Hard Fought Tilts responsible for 16 points for
ary 22. In losing to NARTU, Personnel Com-Fair Jax and Chambers
station-wide affair displayed little of the form that provided 12 for the losing FAS-
A :
enabled them to finish last '
season
,, woman golfer with a ron-6 crew. When the final
team, the tourney is in second place. whistle blew Corn-Fair Jax, was
three rounds of play. Eight The Dispensary five rose highin the victor 47 to 39.
will be put in each of stands.'I the personal foul column but In the final fray the Marineslost
flights, *vith goIters ; failed to come through in the to VF-41, 22 to 58. Tevaulfs
flights according to their ; scoring, going down in defeat to consistent ability to produce ,
t the high flying VP-3 squad 47- points added greatly to VF41'svictory .i
caps. 17. Hickman of VP-3 picked up Killeen was the hottest '
In the mixed two-ball high point honors with his 14 man at the charity line for the
and woman tee off, and tallies.In entire day's play, racking up
lecting: the best drive off I 1 the third event. VP-861's seven consecutive free tosses
the team of man-woman hit Bolegar supplied the winning! and three field goals for a totalof
until the ball is in
nately 13
margin by accounting for 15 of points.
Golfers interested in 'his teams 40 points. Both teams The schedule for both leaguesfor
In the tournament can sign displayed a lot of fire but FAS- I the following week is as follows
the Golf] Club house. ron-109 couldn't find enough I :

.. coal scoring only 27 points I Thursday, Jan. 18 (American)
The 1950 college 1500-VP-861 vs Corn-Fair Jax
scoring title was won by 1600-FASron 109 vs VF-41 :-
King of Morris-Harvey I 1800-FASron 6 vs Marines

29 games he tallied 340 1900-Personnel vs Dispensary
and 239 free throws for 1 2000-NARTU vs VP-3 '
of 925 points.It I i Friday, Jan. 19 (National) i"\
a 1500-VP-5 vs Operations j,
cost the St. Louis a 1600-Supply vs VF-42 : e .r
975,000 last year for I v a yv+ Z St9 1700-VC-62 vs Hospital 4( $'t. t
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out of the park or into the 1800-Phys. Trng. vs 1st '" a i" + 'I I
the last at 2000 In case of in. I 1845-Varsity Prehra., i t,vx,..i.; ly '
J vs0&R \' :
Monday, Jan. 22 (Amerh I ::",t( t'I I,.

Who Fought Joe Louis After He 1500-Dispensary vs Mar ,r.. :. "
1600-VP-861 vs FASron.. 'i, ,w ','
( 1700-VP-3 vs Com-Fair i.\: .t "

\. Won Heavyweight Title in 1937? ..r: 1900-NARTU vs VF-41 4i't1::
a. 2000-Personnel vs FASfwMtfVTuesday : >/HI-j1! 4/
"Who is presently the tallest ever enter the ring-Joe Louis, Jan. 23 (National '.: \
basketball player in the U. S., who( reigned as king of the 1500-1st Lt vs Hospital;," ;, ,':
what is hU height and what heavyweights longer than any 1600-VP-5 vs VC-62 \' .t; ';
team does he play for?" other boxer '1700-0 &c R "s OperattonJv- .
II'.j
That was the sports question Bomber Is r 1900-VA-45 vs VF.52 ... : d ,
The Brown cur-
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I for last week and of the many rently training in Miami for his y .. 1845-Varsity Prelim., Phys.t..-f",
fans who participated in the bout next month with Cuban v. f ,. Trng vs SupplyOfficersrWives
I contest Robert L. Kemp, YN3,. Heavyweight, Omelio Agramonte f fax

of ComFairJax was the only j i:. ,which, will be his third fight ... Club
one who had the correct any along'the dreary comeback trail

swer. since his loss to the present titleholder Plans 2-Ball Meet
Jim Dempsey who scales 7. Ezzard Charles. k I'
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I
foot, 2 inches is currently the The sports| question for today Officers' Wives Golf Group will
tallest professional ba.aJt.tball df.lllIJlth\ theme golden years hold its monthly mixed, 'two-ball .I
player and is a member.of the when Louis Ha unbeatable. foursome tourney Sunday, Janu-
S Philadelphia quintet. ."* "Who was the first man to ary 21.
. Big Bob Kurland of the Phil. fight Joe Lour\ after the Brown All officers and wives are invited
lips Oilers and Don Otten, .7- Bomber won the heavyweighttitle $1 to participate in the meet
foot center for Washingtonwere In 1937?" and reservations can be made by
named frequently by con winsa calling Ann Dittmar at extension
testants. However, Kurland Is The first correct answer 439 or Hazel Hirst 549, or by sign-
not considered a professional free full course meal at the ing the reservation list at the golf
player ... the Oilera are an Civilian Cafeteria, good any day : I shack.
AAU club and Otten lack a of the week. Fee for the tourney .s: $1.00 per
couple of inches to mak him To allow for an even distribution couple, with prizes to be awarded :
the, tallest player. of the Air News no an FLIERS SCORE-Making one the hard way Is Jax Navy's to winners of low gross and
t Today's quiz quiz concerns swers will be accepted prior to Phil McKay (No. 12)) who angles a two-pointer against the Patrick I low net in three flights. A buffet ;,
one of the greatest fighters to. 1&101011 the day of publication. Air Force Base Rockets last Thursday. The Fliers downed the supper will follow at $1.50 per \,
Rockets 88 52. couple.

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Time Out for a sports tour of the station. An abundanceof .:ii. ,_.-
new talent for NAS varsity and intra-mural teams is anticipated ATHLETIC AWARDSTrophies -
when the thousands of students who will matriculate for accomplishments in
the field of golf and bowling; I
aboard.
at NATTC
come went to a host of station ath-
Considering that the majority of NATTC students will letes in ceremony last Tuesday.At .
be youngsters fresh from high school athletics and in the the top are awards winnersof
prime of their physical fitness after the rigors of "boot the four ball golf tourney.
Left to Gordon Lee
right
are
camp" it isn't unreasonable to expect an overflow of candidates and Earl Brooks, who teamed to
for the many and varied station sports programs. win 3rd flight honors; Don
Speculation is rife concerning the many professional and Howard who paired with Cap- ,1
added and tain Dittmar to win 2nd flight;
to station
college stars \\hose names are being ship
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell, NAS
rosters almost daily. Many fans look for a return to executive officer who made the
the great service teams of the last war era when it was the presentations; James Cranstonand
rule and not the exception to find Navy sports aggregations Don Flynn, 4th flight win-
studded with All-Americans and when a clash of service ners; and Frank McKinney and
Jim Wilshke, first flight win- T i
teams drew thousands of spectators. ners. aLi ii .

Add the big name performers and the eager youngsters In the center photo are bowling
with plenty of spirit and aggressiveness and you've got whatIt award winners. Left to rightare
takes to make 1951 possibly a memorable year for station Ray Sampson, who rolled
highest three game score of
sports. 650; S/Sgt. Frank Saxon, accepting -
Golden Gloves Time trophy for champion
The Golden( Gloves, that magic name that draws thou ship NARTU Marine team; T/-
sands of stout-hearted amateur leather pushers from the na.1tion Sgt. Duane Burkhart, who accepted -

over, is due to get underway soon and Jax Navy shouldbe Marine trophy Barracks for team runner-up; Arthur ..

fairly well repiesented. Schneider, holding VP-3 Na-
The first NAS fighter to see action will be featherweight tional League runner-up cup }
"t ring veteran Freddie Farr who will journey to Charleston, and T/Sgt. George Tirpak, high yk; y i

S. C., soon to swap gloves with championship aspirants from game Bill winner.McWilliams, victor in

North and South Carolina. the fall cup golf meet, receiveshis
The Carolina Golden Gloves committee extended an invitation trophy from Comdr. Bedell,
to local fighters to participate in the fights at the II bottom photo.

committee's expense and when Farr volunteered they got

their money's worth for Fighting Freddie has always turnedin VA-45 Captures ; *. M
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a fine performance. I

Locally the muffled thud of 8-ounce gloves will fill the CAG-4 VolleyballTournament
air when the Jacksonville Golden Gloves elimination bouts

kick off on February 7 for a three day tournament.

.\ Some of the Jax Navy scrappers lined up for the local I Golf Bowling Competition Winners
; fights besides Farr and Buddy Hudgins, hard-hitting lightweight Attack Squadron 45 Air walked off I .t
with the the Carrier Group
I John Bernard!, light heavyweight, a versatile per I Four volleyball tourney title, Receive Team Individual TrophiesIndividual
former who played fullback for the Fliers last year and is I besting a field of ten teams in a I ,
circle material and Freddy meet recently concluded at Cecil : -
i described as excellent squared : and team trophieswere
Wilkins, a good featherweight who last year was runner-up Field. I I awarded to winners and runr.ersup I bowling championship. T-Sgt. Du-
Burkhart team captain received *
ane
I Lant's The winning VA-45 crew was in recent golf and bowling -
for the title honors in Air tourney.If honored for its efforts when the trophy for his Marine
If any other Gloves potentials are interested in joining Comdr. Sam E. Clark, CAG-4 competition, in ceremonies Ust Barracks team, station runners-up.
the Jax Navy squad they should contact Chief Faraday at commanding officer, presentedthe I of Tuesday the main in the administration conference build room Bowling awards also went to ,
I' ext. 585 for further information. title trophy to the winners at ing. Raymond Sampson of PT who '
Swim Meet Planned an inspection last Saturday. rolled the highest three--game total
Laidlaw ADI, team Award, presented by Comdr.
James cap of 650; George Tirpak of NAR.
Intia-mural sports, which has lagged somewhat recent- tain, accepted the trophy on be- Porter F. Bedell, NAS executive TU Marines, for high game score
ly, got a shot in the arm this week as Physical Training half of his teammates. officer, went to champs and run- of 237; Frank Barker, of VF-13
fs. announced that an intra-mural swimming meet featuring Taking the measure of practically ners-up in the four-ball and fall highest season average: of 171 for
and Intramural
in the ten- cup golf tournaments -
every combine 48 games; VP-3, National League
events will be held on January 30.
seven
team intra-group circuit VA-45 bowling competitions. and VF-12, American
runner-up
Listed on the agenda for the water splashers are two will keep the trophy until the Winners in the four-b&ll golf League runner-up.
; free style races for 50 and 100 meters, a 50 meter back- next tournament.x competition on hand to accept
i and 300 meter their awards were Andy Connor
s stroke event, a 50 meter breaststroke race, a
,: medley relay consisting of one length each of backstroke, Short ChipsSeveral championship and Billy HaM flight, winners; Frank of McKinney the- Williams Snares .

\ breaststroke and free style swimming. I and Jim Wilshke, first
In addition there will be a 100 meter free style relay and local golfers participated flight winners; Capt. Dittmar and I Blind Bogey PlayJoe
\I. to top off the aqua show there is scheduled a fancy diving in a recent Invitational'tour Don Howard secpnd flight: Dinners I
nament at Vero Beach with Chief I ; Gordon Lee and Earl Brooks, I Williams annexed the Blind
contest from the 1 meter board. I
Wright North current station third and Jim Cranston and
flight Bogey tourney played at the station I
t": Another member of the intra-muial sports family will setting a new course '
champ
Don Flynn, fourth flight victors. links last Sunday by carding: :
return in the near future when plans are completed for a ord there with a blistering rec-I II Fall cup champion Hill MeUilliarm a net 72, a result of a J4 handicap :
[ new bowling league. An organizational meeting will be held I in Good personnel weather aboard, plus the an wa on hand to rM''he on a gross tally of 86. "

in Building 930 at 1000, Tuesday, January 23 and all representatives resulted m a huge turnout for hi championship" trophy, along Steve Cornelluflsen' and Bill Baker ;-
of the various departments and units who might golf over the past week-end. 1 with other fall cup flight winners deadlocked for second place, I
want to enter a team are requested to be present to help formulate Lcdr. A. B. and Mrs. Connor, Including:: hill Clmse, run- .both with 75's. neiluasen
outstanding golfers here at NAS, ner-up; Jerry Morrison, first grossed an 84 and was working:
,. the program. I have left for Patuxent Md., Lcdr I flight victor and diaries ParisI, with a handicap of 9. while Baker
Physical Trim Room Connor's new station runner-up; Jack Bnmn, HCXOIH! posted a gross of 81 and had a I
., It's good to note the fact that many station personnel Capt. Lester Rice commandingofficer flight winner and Charles Ray, handicap of 6. I
I of NATTC, made his first I runner-up; B e r 111 e lIf'ndrldui, .
taking advantage of the facilities of the fully equippedgym Capt. Allen Smith took closestto
are located in the Recreation Building. It is indicative of a I appearance at the local layout I winner of, t third flight' and, JimMauldin the. pin honors on No. 16 hole;' 1
last week-end as did Capt. Jesse runner-up. Bill Baker wielded the longest
healthy attitude and good morale when personnel spend their McClure, Commander Fleet Air S-Sgt. Frank Saxon, team 'captain drive on No. 17, and Ed Foster
off duty hours keeping in physical trim. Wing Eleven Lt. C. A. Mont. accepted the trophy bn be.( came through with the longest a
There is plenty of equipment for the fellows to work 1 gomcry was the first NATTCen half of his teammates of the putt on No. 18, for other honors, _
I NARTU Marine 'winners ,
golfer to make an appearance at detachment
with as Physical Training has seen to it that just about every the local course. I II of the station Intra-mural ,- -x-
kind 6f athletic device is available and in serviceable I T PAKT-T1MK GOLERJoe
condition. quiring all the remaining personnel to just keep abreast! of Kirkwood Jr. has been more
I regular station news, let alone the news of varied station (>l a movie celebrity than a pro
essional since the
golfer playing
The casualty rate in this corner is terrific. First it was sports. sole of comic strip hero, Joe Pa-
Chet Paschang whose byline graced TIME OUT for many ,: Hence there has been a noticeable shortage of sports Ixika. But he finished a creditable

months, who fell victim to that call of sea duty, and now his 4 items recently and until such time as we can get our feet on j seventh in the Augusta Masters,
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successor Bob Joyce is manning the rail somewhere in the the ground, a full report of station sports will be.delayed. I second to Gary MId<11ecotf at in ,
the field
Greenbier and topped
t I if readers have the to participatein ,
( Pacific. Incidentally, any urge lie $1:>>.000 Philadelphia Inquirer
With' Joyce's departure, the sports section pi the Jax sports writing and are in a position to work full or part[tourney., Not bad for a part-time

r' Air News is the victim of personnel shortage again. It is re-| time at it, they will be welcomed at the Jax Air News office. 'rolfer.r .

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"i. ... Leo Marchel has moved to the After temporarily balancing their won-lost column, Jax '
front after two rounds of play in 1 .r Navy's Fliers went down from a heavy barrage of hoop

the 72-hole medal tournament now a meshes to finish on the short end of a 98-51 count with the
underway\ at the local golf course, high scoring Georgia Teachers College professors Monday
posting a net 138 to lead the
the latter's hardwood.The .
championship flight. I night on
locals had evened theirseason's
Behind Marchel are Bill Baker through without too much
record at four wins
cage
with a net 149 and Bill Chase witha I trouble.
and four losses last week with
net of 154 In championship flight
good victories over Patrick Air Banging away with a vengeance ;
play. ... Force Base and Keesler Air Force the following night i "
Charles Weiss is setting the pace Base. against Patrick AFB, the locals
... in the first flight with a net 146, Coach McCaffrey's Fliers havea played one of their best gamesof
followed by Bill Rusk with 147 busy time outlined for them the season to snare an 88-52
and Steve Corneilussen with net within the next week. Friday win. Good hustle, combined with "
149. Jf they are at home to Tyndall Air hard rebounding, left little to be "
After two rounds of play A. K. Force, Monday they travel to desired and gave promise the
Robinson leads the second flight Green Cove Springs, play host to Fliers had finally hit their stride.A .
competition with a net 141, with Florida Southern Tuesday and 65-45 victory over Keesler
Steve Jonda is in 2nd place witha trek to Keesler AFB next Wednesday provided the same fire with even
1 142. John McMahon has posteda more improvement in the floor
I
137 to lead the way in the third The Fliers became to llth vic- work of the locals. The Fliers
flight after two rounds of play. tim of the high-stepping Georgia displayed an excellent defense
.
# :Mike Hollock is second with 117, V Teachers Monday, to drop to five against the taller visitors and al-
while Porter Bedell is in third position losses for the campaign. The most completely handcuffed their
with a net 140. Georgians brought their averageup big pivot men to win handily.
I IJ to 84 points per game. This win is treasured than
t \ Fourth-night pace setter is Bill more
\1t Hendrick who has a net of 143, I Attempting: to get back to usual by the NAS team becauseof
the in the
winning sec-
I- after two rounds, followed by Fred ways the laudable performance ..
ond of last week's four "
Gage and James Brown who boastof p games Keesler made against LSU before
the Fliers were cut down Wednesday going down to defeat.
net 152. '
a REBOUND BATTLE-All eyes are up and hands go after a I by a smooth Camp Le- Here is remainder of January's \
free ball off the backboard during the Jax Navy-Keesler Air Force jeune team, 50-39. Excellentball schedule. 9\
Base tussle played here last Friday. An unidentified Keesler player handling by the Marine Jan. 19 Tyndall AFB, Home
WinterMixed2Ball seems to have the edge here In the fight for the ball. No. 11 is outfit and good work on the Jan. 22 Green Cove Navy, II
Mutt Pasco of Jar, while Cob Becker Jax guard, Is standing by backboards sent the visitors Away
next to the jumper. The Fliers took this{ one 65-45. into a lead and they coasted Jan. 23 Fla. Sou. Coll, Home 't

Meet Jan. 21 Keesler AFB, Away

... Fast Action Opens Play In Intra-Mural Basketball Jn.Jan. 29 26 Green Eglin Field Cove, Home Navy, 'J


Slated HereSome League As 20 Teams Seek Coveted Station HonorsThe Jan. 31 Camp Home-LeJeune-, Awayx ,

30 or 40 couples are ex- e
to be in the fold for the ]
pected The
closest game of the day
winter mixed two-ball foursome 19.rl! intra-mural basketball -, terference from some special spark plug center, swishing the in the ;
event will be sched- cords for total of 18. came tussle between FAS- ;
,
which play] got underwaylast no games a
golf tourney gets underwayat uled for that date. I ron-6 and Corn-Fair Jax. Law
the local links Monday, Janu- Monday with the first I Hard Fought Tilts responsible for 16 points for
ary 22. in the Referees are being suppliedby In losing to NARTU, Personnel Com-Fair Jax and Chambers ,
five played
games the Training displayed little of the form that
I Physical Depart
12
A station-wide affair, pairing a provided for the losing FAS-
Mainside Gym. Play is expected I ment It is hoped that it will be enabled them to finish last sea- ron-6 crew When the final
with
woman golfer a man as a I
team, the, tourney is billed for to continue at the I possible in the near future to son in second place. whistle blew Corn-Fair Jax, was ,::
three rounds of play. Eight teams rapid pace set Monday until supply two for each game. The Dispensary five rose highin the victor 47 to 39. i
will be put in each of about four I the finish of the tournament Today's games find VP-681 the personal foul column but In the final fray the Marines
flights, vith golfers assigned paired with Com'Fair Jax; FAS- failed to come through in the lost to VF-41, 22 to 58. Tevault's j
about the middle of March.
flights according to their harji- ron 109 with VF 41; FASron-6 scoring, going down in defeat to consistent ability to produce '
.. Play is divided into two lea with Marines Personnel with the high flying VP-3 squad 47- points added greatly to VF41'svictory.
caps. gues, American and National, of Dispensary and the powerful 17. Hickman of VP-3 picked up Killeen was the hottest ,
In the mixed two-ball meet, man 10 teams each with one league NARTU squad against VP 3. high point honors with his 14 man at the charity line for the .:
and woman tee off, and after se- playing one day and the other 11 I In last Mondays games, NAR- tallies.In entire day's play, racking up
the best drive off thetee
lecting ,
the next. A 15 man limit is set TU won the opening game from the third event, VP-861's seven consecutive free tosses
the team of man-woman hit alter for each team with substitution I I and three field
Personnel 73 to 35. Schott and Bolegar supplied the winning goals for a totalof
nately until the ball is in the cup. rights At the end of the season, Gushanas were high point men I margin by accounting for 15 of 13 points.
Golfers interested in competingIn a play-off between the winning for the high scoring NARTU's, I his teams 40 points. Both teams The schedule for both leaguesfor
the tournament can sign up at team of each league is plannedto each scoring 14. Individual high displayed a lot of fire but FAS- the following week is as fol.
the Golf Club house. determine the station champion point honors for the game wentto ron-109 couldn't find enough lows;
.. the losers with Ray Murray, coal, scoring only 27 points. Thursday. Jan.- IS (American)
The 1950 college basketball high While most of the games are 1500:.:.:VP-861 COln-Fair.i x a
scoring title was won by George'I to be played at Mainside Gym, 1600-FASron 109 vs VF-41 '
King of Morris-Harvey College In some of them will set the stageas 1800-FASron 6 vs Marines
29 games he tallied 340 field goals preliminary bouts for the NAS 1900-Personnel vs Dispensary ";
and 239 free throws for a total Fliers home games. 2000-NARTU vs VP-3
of 925 points.It 25 Games A Week Friday, Jan. 19 (National)

The schedule as set up calls 1500-VP-5 vs Operations "
cost the St. Louis Cardinals for 25 games a week, to be play. 1600-Supply vs VF-42 of
$75,000 last year for baseballs hit ed on a five-a-day basis. The 1700-VC-62 vs Hospital 'C" "\if.! "ii' ;,.
out of the park or into the stands. first game will start at 1500, with 1800-Phys.; Trng, vs lets' ;' ;, "
the last at 2000 In case of in. 1845-Varsity Prelira", ii' 1!.. ft
vsO&R ";;f ,.
Monday, Jan. 22 (Ameri i ':'k' It .

Who Fought Joerv 5 Louis After He 1500-Dispensary vs Mar ., 1':! .,
1600-VP-861 vs FASron- t .& :
; ir 1Ii 1700-VP-3 vs Com-Fair a.w. 'x -,

,. Won Heavyweig ht Title in 1937? 2000-Personnel 1900-NARTU vs vs VF-41 FAStwilt rs'\i Y 'r.

"Who is presently the tallest ever enter the ring-Joe Louis, Tuesday, Jan. 23 (National) \t.-j 1.:t: ',
basketball player in the U. S., who reigned as king of the 1500-1st Lt. vs Hospital ; 9'
what is his height and what heavyweights longer than any 1600-VP-5 vs VC-62 ,..:' e :.
team does he play for?" other boxer. 1700-0 & R vs Operation ""to, ,.a. I I:
That was the sports question The Brown Bomber is cur 1900-VA-45 vs VF.52 "- "!t \I" : .

1 for last week and of the many rently training in Miami for his : 1845-Varsity Prelim., Phys. 1t... r'
fans who participated in the Trng. vs SupplyOfficersMyives
bout next montn with Cuban :
contest Robert L. Kemp, YN3, Omelio Agramon-
heavyweight
of ComFairJax was the ,only 1: te which will be his third fight / Club
one who had the correct;; an*..'.along"the dreary comeback trail _

swer.Jim Dempsey who scales 7- since his loss to the present titleholder I Plans 2-Qall MeetOfficers' '
Ezzard Charles.
foot, 2 inches is currently the The sI| orts question for today Wives Golf Group will ,
tallest professional basketball dpata with ttuwe golden years hold its monthly mixed two,ball
player and Is a membet'. t the foursome Sunday Janu-
... when LoiiU wa unbeatable. tourney ,
\
Philadelphia quintet. .
"Who Man the first! man to .R ary 21.
Big Bob Kurland of the Phil. fight Joe Louis. after the BrownBomber 3 All officers and wives are invited -
.
lips Oilers and Don Otten, 7- won the heavjweighttitle c : to participate in the meet
foot center for Washingtonwere In 1037?" I and reservations can be made by
named frequently by con L calling Ann Dittmar at extension
testants. However, Kurland Is The first correct answer winsa 55' 5 I 439 or Hazel Hirst 549, or by signing
meal at the U
not considered a professional free full course : the reservation list at the golf
player as the Oilers are an Civilian Cafeteria, good any day a { shack.

AAU club and Otten lacks a of the week. Fee for the tourney .1 $1.00 per
couple' of inches to make him To allow for an even distribution couple, with prizes to be awarded ';
i the. tallest player. .' of the Air News no answers FLIERS SCORE-Making one the hard way Is Jax Navy's to winners of low gross and
f Today's quiz quiz concerns will be accepted prior to Phil McKay (No. 13) who angles a two-pointer against the Patrick I I low net in three flights A buffet :
one of the greatest fighters to, 1500'on the day of publication. Air Force Base Rockets last Thursday. The Fliers downed the supper will follow at $l,50 per '1'
Rockets 88.53. couple. '

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i iI I EARL WILSON . Says. : .1|.11-1 1Some


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soldiers miss their mess sergeants' Center immediately. There's an important message .
cooking-every chance they get. Thirty for him and it's leaking"
years ago says Barbara Dobbins, girls never One sailor from the South says, "Back homein
thought of doing the things they do today. my neck of the woods, that's what people I
e Thats' why they didn't do them There's did-neck in the woods Prices are zoom.
nothing to the report ing so fast that pretty soon "the good old days"

that living in a pup tent .1 will mean last week The way female singers ,

leads to a dog's life v. on television wear low-necked dresses,
A visitor to a swank Miami you'd think they not only had to show their
hotel was given a best arias, but also their best areas Manya
room on the 20th floor. fight has started over a cup of coffee-especially
He asked the manager aI the kind some mess sergeants make.
"Couldn't I get something A platoon is usually 40 guys who think the
; a little closer to other 39 don't know much about women .
Florida" A stripteaser Things in 1951 won't be much different from
is really just a girl 1950-Joe Louis will still be fighting Truman ..
who Is un-suited for her will still be President, end Army stew will still
work have lots more potatoes than meat
Pfc. Forever has fig. Then there's the !sailor who was arrestedand

i ured out why some girls told, "You were brought in for drinking."
: j are called tomatoes. The I v "Swell," he said "let's get started" As
TO VOLLEYBALL WINNERS James Laldlaw: more you squeeze 'em, x. s { any dame on a diet can tell you: "Taste makes
team captain, accepts the trophy awarded to VA-45 for winning the mushier they get waist"
I the Carrier Mr Group Four volleyball meet, from Comdr. Sam E. Definition of a moose: A typical Texan decided to collect miniatures -
Clark, group commander. The trophy was presented at a group An animal with 'head ( The first thing he tried to buy was Rhode I
inspection at Cecil Field, VA-45 triumphed over a field of ten en- and horns on one end Island What some men like best outside ;

and a living room wallon of clothes is women When a girl says you I
------ the other. remind her of Don Juan, the great lover, may-
tries.CLASSIFIED i I trance, $45. 4247 Appleton Ave., I A private who boasts be she just means you've both been dead sucha I t

j, Mr. Boswell, Ph. 2-0556 that he tells off his serBarbara long time Women's hats never go out of
I Unfuin 4 rm apt., 2700 SVest geant, will probably lie Dobbins style-they look ridiculous year in and year
BULLETIN I Lakeshore Blvd. Mrs. McGowan, about other things too" .
I .
I ,
Ph. 2-4291 or 2 9257 We just heard of the comedian entertaining outFunny thing-some gals who insist they feel
3 rm. apt. utilities furn completely GI's who announced with like colts old .45's,
look like
(Itetm' offering! for sale art- I -probably great ac- young more
des of property Much a.. \\a:,hingntachinew \ Bauknight turn., 1048, Ph. Willis 2-0878 Dr. Mrs. curacy.: "Col. Soandso is wanted at the Message (Copyright, Post-Hall Syndicate.) __
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automobiles, furniture
.
2 bedrm bung. in Murray Hill I
radios, clothing, and the I furn 3959 Ernest. Mrs. Allen\ at Employees Set To Nominate I Civilian
like Is prohibited b>' IH-f 'nse Department 8-2308 after 1800.
regulations. Thin!! column
will however, IM *ii<'hservices I FOR SALE I
Committee
Menu
as available housing, 6 rm. brick bung. attached garage Shop Candidates
5127 Attleboro Ave. Mrs. Thomas .
found I
rides wanted, lost and ar- will have the next week of nominating

NAS employees opportunity
Ph. 2-8745 I
tklw anti other similar notice.) I I Here is next week's menu for
candidates for the Station's various Shop Committees, it was announced
-- MlbfeCELLANKOl: : memorandum issued the Civilian Cafeteria, which is .
in Industrial Relations Department
FOR laST I Wish ride to Long Island, N Y this week an I subject to change The list includes '
and share expenses, Mrs Teas- the food available for each
1 fum 962 Hamilton St., Each department has designated
rm apt.
ley Ph. 86119. signed by at least 5 i per cent of particular day and does not imply
Mis McLain Ph 2.4759. an Election Officer and a sufficient I
I I
Lost-Cameo brooch vicinity of the employees in the departmentor that all is included in one Individual .
Furn. rm, 1162 Tabot Ave. Mrs. number of Election Supervisors t "
dependents clinic or commissary meal.
ItutledgeUnfuin for the purpose of conduct group which is to be represented : .
apt., 3 rms and bath, $60 store on January 10, Mrs. Clement 1 ing the election within their respective by the particular Shop Committee Io"daPurf'e of lima beans
mo. 2057 Dellwood Ave Mr. Ph 2-7219. Reward offered, departments. Names of for which the candidate is beef stew, fresh sausage and
Isaac, Ph. 77016. Four riders fioni vicinity! of Myra the Election Officers and Supervise being nominated Nominal!'>ns mashed potatoes, steamed rice,
Two 2-rm furn. apts. 318 W. Union I and Goodwin Sis and NAS. Hrs' !'s have been posted on de- may be made during the week of mashed potatoes, turnip greens,
0730 to 1600. M. J. Elliott, Ph. January 21 and must be completedand (I buttered beets ,
St. Mi Saucer. Ph. 4.7936. pal tment bulletin boards: I II blackeyed peas assorted
2 Mr. 7-720J presented to one of the elecI salad, cake, and pie.
.
Fum garage apt rms. i Eligibility listed I
Baby Sitter-How aidhite, call
tlon to
the lose
supervisors prior
Ave Ph. TiifMla )liver
Dellwood I Vegetable
Isaac 2057 ) soup
Ext 8223 I II Employees eligible to participatein I
: of business on January 29.
77016. !' I and onions, franks and baked
Ride wanted from McDutf near I the election and nomination of
four $68 mo., I Names of eligible candidates for beans, steamed rice -
Unfuin apt. rms. parsley potatoes
Remington to Supply Dept Hrs., I candidates must be serving in a 'I
Mrs. Blown Ph each Shop Committee will be posted mustard beans
Post St. ,
2662 greens, green
I 0730 to 4 p.m. Ph. 2-4939 Mrs. position which is: not limited to one
prior to the election date in order buttered assorted
77121. carrots salad
A. P Vaughan or less and not be serving
Fum front rm.. 2723 Herchel St., Will\ sit with children afternoonsand I in year a supervisory position. For the to give all employees an opportunity cake and pie, bread pudding
to determine the namesof
Mis Dyer. I evenings Mm Lovelace, i I purpose of the Shop Committee \\rdiifiMlay Split pea soup,
5 I m. (urn. or unfuin house on I candidates for whom they desire beef
Ph. 2-OSbO | election a supervisor is defined asa pork chops, coined hash,
Old Beach Rd.. 1638 Live Oak Ride wanted from Mav fair Rd.. pet 1 son serving in a position of to vote."Inspector. steamed rice, hash brown potatoes,
Dr Contact Richards at Ext. to NAS Hospital 0300-1630 leidmgman or higher and GS-9 or collard greens field peas succotash

8145 or 9-5381 I Betty Wood Ph. 9.9578. high*,i'. i Call' assorted salad cake and pies.
TIm. fum house' 2896 Forbes 1 I
Ph. 31251. I I To be eligible for nomination asa Thursday Tomato rice soup,
Ave Mrs. Plummer.
candidate, an employee must be roast beef and meatsatire
: spaghetti
His Chickens (Continued from Page 1)
2 bedim fum apt. 216 Oak St., Explode
those to vote de-
among eligible as steamed rice, potatoes, ,
Neptune Beach Mr. Frank I Lunelterff, dormantI( 'Ft')- liner! in the preceding paragraphand Wednesday's production' boiled cabbage green peas eggplant ''
Brown. Ph. 56802. Jax Beach. Police disunited must been at Others in the cast include Tom
n'c.ntly have
why employed assorted salad, cake and pie,
Fum rm Mrs. Connelly Ph. 7- I Tyrrell, who last fall played a
the chickens of a local farmer this activity for at least one year. tapioca pudding.FridayNavy.
7803. I "exploded with a loud bang while !' Forma AvailableAn leading role in a production of
2708 St. lbs >n's "Hedda Gabler" Lila bean soup. baked
1 and 4 rm. unfurn. apts ( ;
I running across the barnyard. Investigation I II official nominating; petition I ham, fish, macaroni and cheese, .
Johns Ave., Mis Taliafero, Ph Pans seen on television in "I I ..
showed the farmer'sloss form should be used in nominationof
I steamed rice.
82131. Remember Mama" and "One potatoes spinach, a
.
was due to small bits of car candidates. These forms maybe I
week 1511 I Man's Family" Brenda Ericson creamed onions, succotash assorted
,
$11
21m. apt. per ;
bide left behind by Allied soldiersduring obtained from the election supervisors .
salad cake and
Ban's St, Mis Spurgeon, Ph. recently featured at Province- pie.Adm.
: fall maneuvers and eaten In each department. A
I town Playhouse, and Joe Warren
2407 -
8 i
by the explosive chicks. petition to be valid, must be
Furn. rm., Mrs. Hare, Ph. 8-1433 gifted young star who has
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Fum im or shale home with couple appeared with such well known Office Position

Lakeshore. Mr. Gordon Ph "Got Any Ideas? I stars as Charles Ruggles and
j
8.3222. Nancy Carroll. Open At San DiegoA

Rms and apts.. 728 Lomax St.
Mrs. Hiatt. Ph 7.7882. Initial Funds I vacancy in the position of Administrative .

6 im furn. house, Mrs. Doeham, Officer. GS-11, existsat
Ph. eve, 2.7323. yo (Continued from Page 1) the Naval Air Station San Diego r.

Furn. apt. in Riverside. Mrs. Platt, the Army Corps of Engineers I California, it was revealed in .
Ph 89011. An evaluation of runways and an Industrial Relations Depart
.
2 bedrm house between NAS and studies of soils at Mayport, Cecil ment memorandum No. 3 51 issued

Cecil Field, $50 mo. Mr Revels, Field and the Naval Air Stationare this week.The .
position is that of Administrative
Ph. Ext. 478 now being prepared.x .
to share her home Officer of the Public Works
Working lady -
with working couple, 1056 Chat- Department and interested persons
ford RRd. Mrs. Mel/er Ph. Ex.t, Third Reserve must have a minimum of six years
iof
488;" J extensive and significant administrative *

1/ 1111.; turn cottage. 3750 MisSchul (Continued from Page 1)) experience which has

,;*, Orange Par k'iPh.' 8-3952 bers will receive detailed instructions provided a thorough knowledge of .. .
2 anfurn apts 517 KJAdams' Mr. by mail, it was an- methods of supervision administration "
Undqulst. Ph 91302.- noun led.VMF144. and management. It is pieferied -

Single, double rms.,43447 Avondale was organized in I that such experience have
", t ,Ave. 2-5930 Mrs Schultz. (I June of 1946 at Cecil Field. Maj been gained 1ln a Public Works department 7 .
1 bedrtn, apt. furn 218''K 21st St., Thoirtos E. Mobley has been its in order that applicants 1(
1 I will be familiar with the functions
'
Apt.'.8, Mis Higgs.'Ph 5-9336. commanding officer since Nov
Sing"'double ims. 1628 Challen ember of that year. Members of nnd operating procedures of such a

'Ave--.Mr'JI. Someis Ph. 25008. the squadron, coming from such depaitmentIntelested.
( 6 rm: brick bung. 5123 San Juan points as far away as Games I I persons who desire to
Ave.. Lakeshore Mrs. Tenny.Ph. ville Tallahassee and Tampa as'' apply for this position( should sub
2-4100. well as Jacksonville have been mit a Standard Form 57 tohe

Fum 2 rm apt., 2326 Paik St. participating in drills once a Industrial Relations Officer NAS,
Mr E. Shepherd PJi 7-6316; month to prepare them for 'such'; 'I i San Dieep, via the official chanjnls -
Mrs. an eventuality I II of trig!' station
Fum apt. in Ortega $65 mo. I.
Darling. Ph. 27112. I I. The squadron has been 'equipped -.' Further information concerning ''f

3 bt.drm. house unfurn.. in Edge- with F4U-8 the familiar, this position may be obtained from ,
wood, contact Chief Harris Ext. inverted gull-wing Corsair of the Industrial Relation) Depart S'

693 "lou heard me! If you wan'na see me, you gotta Ret cartoon World- War._II------ ment a Memorandum No 3-51 ,',
1 sing., 1 double rm furn. 436 Oak ideas. Now don't say you don't understand 'cause I know c ----

St, Mrs Conova. Ph. 4-6303. you do. So until you guys show some interest and tell my boy Send Your Jax AirNews-' Home '
One Ige rm. Mrs. Williams Ph Milton, what you'd like me to do, I won't be seeing you. And if

2-65.14. you don't remember me, just ask your older brother, boyjustask
Garage apt., 2638 Myra St. Mrs. your older brother." I '"
Cowart, Ph. 7-8516 These words are sent out by !Miss Lace to all servicemenand PLACE
Rm. in private home 2811 Forbes ( women too), The American Cartoonist Society wants humor FROM:- Two ;

St M, Hagedorn ous situations and ideas for a new Armed Forces cartoon strip.
3 rm. unfurn apt.. 6142 Firestone Ham Fisher, Jimmy hallo !Milt Caniff! and others will follow CENT i
Kd. Mrs. Gorecki. I through with your ideas. STAMP
Lady will share home with mother Here's your chance to pass on some of those gags you've HEREr :
and child Mrs Cuff..P1a. 2-8819. been saving. Your name, rank and outfit will be credited on the TO. .' .M:
Upstairs bedrm 'Mra .MJfll, Ph. 2- II cartoon. < ...
P 3395 after 7 pm or S'I Send your ideas: to Armed Forces Press Service, 6&1'ul...
Turn rni, h legion St., New York City N. Y. 6 I

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