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VOL-3 No. 46 .UNITED STATES_ NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE- ,-FLORIDA" .... 8 February 1951
Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander N aval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11
" ., Active Duty TTCenter
". Status Begins ? ,a aD F; x Opens Galley,
For BF-742 : &te EM Barracks
Former "Weekend _t.t t. 'r < Two barracks and a mess
ville Naval Air Reserve CA hall were opened Monday for
CP the use of personnel attachedto
ing Unit became the ,
the Naval Air Technical
NARTU squadron in this
t Center. This
to )be'activated when it comes
> welcome relief to the
; as a
'i ed in for active military
"white hats" who to this
time had been sleeping and
VF-742 will be joined on
duty by Patrol Squadron eating at Mainside and trav-
and Marine Air Reserve eling to work at NATTCenteron
Squadron VMF-144, of buses..
Marine Air Detachment, on ._. ..... ....
:$ .aIIiII'"""--.... The Mess Hall In building 554
. 1st. All three
-r spend an indefinite period of ON ACTIVE DUTY-Capt. Raymond N..Sharp, commanding officer of opened with a noon meal special..
in intensive training at an active duty pennant to the squadron flag of squadron VF-742 dur ly prepared for the occasion. Six..
The change from last Friday. Lcdr. Fischer, squadron comander, is at the left. The color ty mess cooks and numerous per.
clothes to uniform on Winford C. Brumbaugh, ABU2; Curtis Lanton, AMS3 and Alfred J. Finster, sonnel selected from the working
parties set the pace with a roast
1st was accomplished with a
-.1 imum of discomfort beef dinner which was In accordance
val Air Reservists have I with the Navy tradition of
training week-end and To Station Selects three-good-square meals a day.
two-week periods of active Complement Increasing
each summer to be prepared NATTCenter is In..t a sing rap..
any emergency that might 4)x idly in personnel and will continueto
quire their services. 15 Progress Queen do so even more rapidly when
Begin In Ceremony the service schools are opened
After checking in, most of will March 1st, officials have pointedout.
"", I men were required to visit Ensign Margot Wilkinson, a Navy nurse attached to the At present there are only
NAS Medical Department for in on Naval Hospital here, has been selected by a special committeeas 240 men assigned to the barracksin
the 400 area and 220 to thoseIn
'. munizations.by checking uniforms This was and : the Navy's candidate for Queen of the 50 Years of Prog- the 500 area. In the near future
suing of n eded items. With at ress Celebration sponsored by the Jacksonville Chamber of this number will be doubled.
men check> d in and ready to Feb Commerce.A Also to be opened shortly are
gin the training period, brunette beauty who hails accomodations in the WAVE barracks .
squadron work began. show, from Pittsburgh, Pa., Miss Wil- to the giant Gator Bowl spectacle building 720. On Fridayan
First event of February 2nd i here kinson was selected from among equalling one vote. inspection party headed by
II a ceremony that formally tran- six finalists by a board composedof The 50 Years of Progress cel- Captain Lester ::. Rice and Lt
vated the squadron. the representatives of every unit ebration will take place duringthe Josephine Chenault, WAVE ad.
I Commander Edwin A. aboard the station. Beauty, poise week of March 26-31, with a ministration officer, made an inspection .
I called his officers and men to i and posture formed the basis for nightly pageant at the Gator tour and estimated the
tention in the NARTU the selection, which was made in Bowl. amount of renovation work need
and Capt. Raymond N. which secret ballot late Tuesday. Prizes For Winners ed. Fifty girls who are to attend
I NARTU commanding officer, m the Carries Navy's Colors The 10 top-ranking beauty NATTCenter's Service Schoolsare
ficially welcomed them aboard.r Wilkinson candidates will receive cash expected to arrive around the
will Runners-up to Queen -
*. fifth of March.
Many Combat Vets were Ensign Gloria Stipe, prizes totaling $1,000, with $500
The ceremony included ABC also from the Naval Hospital and going to the winner, who as Barracks AssignedOn
Fischer reading the orders on the I Mary Margaret Schuster HA, a "Miss Jacksonville of 1951", will Friday the south wing of
placed him in command of WAVE. Miss Wilkinson will reign over the entire celebration. barracks 570 will be set up for the
squadron. Captain Sharp hand carry the banner of the Naval Along with her Royal Court of AK, AO and AE divisions and the
started a precedent by Air Station in competition Princesses, attendants, ladies-in- north wing for those men of the
ing an active duty pennant one- against other beauties sponsored waiting and ensembles, she will AN (P) Division. It is not yet
the squadron's flag. A the by Jacksonville civic clubs appear nightly in the prologue known when barracks 542 will be
t of this type will be fixed to audi- and organizations. The final decision of "The Jacksonville Story". ready for use.
flag of any future squadrons will be determined by pop-- I In addition Miss Jacksonvilleand The barracks have not all been
(Please Turn to rage 2, Col. ) ular vote, with every ticket sold'l her court will be honored at opened as yet. Barracks 540-543
... a highly colorful "Queen's Ball"on were made available Monday to
Aid Korean Casualties the night of March 30, and those enlisted men connected with
will ride in state on a magnificent the X-Division. The lower left
float at the head of the wing of barracks 541 Is assignedto
'l grand parade March 26. the MAA's and the remainderof
: Over 200 Volunteer As Blood Donors- Tickets for the celebration will the barracks is being used by
go on sale February 14, with a personnel doing administrativework
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3)) for- '__nnqICommittee .
wore than zuu nave
persons I and try not to put too much of a I
answered the call as volunteer 1 load on any one department," he
donors in the station's new added. ai. Heads
Blood Bank program, recently The officer-ln-charge of the
'; 4 ) adopted, according to Lt. blood bank program further, stat- :. I Nominated For
ed that: "The success of the proj-
Fenwick T. Nichols, officer- ect depends on the cooperation of ,
in-charge of the program all Navy activities in the area to ; t -4 CarnivalNominations
4 / hert. supply an adequate number of ti l Charity
donors. We try to have donors
The new program, following the volunteer about every year-and- for chairman
policy set down by the Defense $ *
a-half barring emergencies.
Department, and which was estab- r \ ships of various committees
November has of the Navy Charity Carni
lished here last Blood which is'donated by per-
been receiving marvelous coopera- sonnel here is deposited in the val to be held April 21-22
tion from civilian and enlisted personnel Jacksonville Blood Bank to the' were announced this week by)
with response most from fleet account of the Naval Hospital.The z general chairman Capt. Julius
personnel being encourag-
"bank" has adequate facili-
C. Early.The .
ing. ties, trained technicians and re-
Of the 200 who hav volunteered frigeration to care for blood whichIs following were nominatedto
... as blood donors, 80 have already donated. All blood donations head the respective commit.
given blood, or an average of ;are on a voluntary basis and without tees: Comdr. Porter F. Bedell,
., i I.' about 10 per week. Those donors remuneration. chairman of the governing board;,
: who have already given, have the I Personnel who desire to volun- Capt. Charles A. Dittmar, Donations -,
consolation of knowing that they teer should contact their depart- committee; Comdr. GeorgeE.
have aided in the recovery of sev- ment heads who in turn will notify -I Chalmers, Raffles committee:
eral soldiers and Marines brought the Dispensary each month of a Comdr. Eugene 3. Peltier, Construction .
back from Korea and now recuper- prospective donors. Prospective committee; Col. Harvey;,
ating at the Naval Hospital on the donors are later asked to reportat B. Atkins, Traffic Control committee -
. base. the' NAS Dispensary for pre- BLOOD DONORS-Before leaving for the, Jax: Blood Bank, and Lt. Lorenzo W. Bald
liminary screenings. these blood donors at NAS are checked out at the NAS Dispensaryby win, Publicity and Security coin
"Green Cove Spring Is also S w Bill Clary, IIM1 and Hoyt Norman, IIM1, left to right, behind mittee.
sharing the load with NAS In sup- Requirements for blood donors the counter, Donors include, front row, left to right, Clifford La- Nominated as assistants to the f
plying blood for the bank," says show that they must be in good Rue, ADC; Walter Yacewvch, ADC; William Whitson, RD3 and general chairmen were Lcdr. Paul
M Lt. Nichols,* "We like to spread health, have normal hemoglobin Charles \Vyman. ADMAN. Second row, Richard McGee, A5ICR George, Lcdr. James P. Lynch and
r1; the donations throughout the bate (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 4) Joseph riielps, AOU3 and Allen Johns, ADC. Ted Fritch.
..dY wxyw./IMUs.dk9PW1 iIiIIr f Mw\\I't'l"!. lr" .1 E ....,._ ....:., ..;.:'''''. _. ._..._ A.I ,i! Jr.! :fr.J: *!! ;I.d". l". ""'ir.L",.'.".._ITTI....JL""''"_ U,"_ rt 7";; ;
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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 8 February 1951
Jax Air News Report From Washington ,
Station Published, ]Jacksonville every, Fla.NAS Thursday, Jacksonville for Navy activities at Naval Air Navy To Continue College ROC Program
Cant. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer Air Force Calls 150,000 Reserves-
Comdr Porter F. BedelL Executive Officer
Lt. Lorenzo W. Baldwin Public Information Officer By Armed Forces Press Service General School teaches Army administration, t
Fleet Air Jacksonville The Air Force has commenced ordering to personnel management, machine accounting .
Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery ..Commander active duty a major portion of its Organized stenography, postal operations, Special Serv-
Capt. Allen'. Smith Chief of Staff Reserve and Air National Guard with approx- ices, and recruiting.
Fleet Air Wing Eleven imately 150,OOO scheduled to report between .
Capt. Jesse S. McClure ..._,._._..._._......_._,,......._._._.. Commander March 1 and May 15. The call-up will includeat The Army has moved to correct an erron-
Comdr. Joseph B. Tibbets ...............-......,.>............... Chief Staff Officer least 12 additional wings of the Air Na- eous report that ski troop veterans are being t
Naval Air Technical Training Center tional Guard; 21 Air Force Reserve Training sought for duty with the 10th Mountain Division -
Capt. Lester K. Rice __.................-.............._ Commanding Officer Center Wings; a major portion of the Mobili- at Camp Carson, Colo. No provision
Comar. John A. Gamon, Jr. __..'. ...........xt..i-t._ Executive Officer zation Assignees and Designees, Corollary have been made to enlist or re-enlist former
Naval Hospital Units, and Volunteer Reserve Training Unit members of the Division, as previously re-
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer personnel; and an undetermined number of ported.
Capt. Guy E. Stahr- Executive Officer unassigned Reservists who are members of the .
NARTU Volunteer Air Reserves. The Air Force announces temporary promotions -
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer The call-up will include ordering all of the of 2,912 officers, including 743 lIeu-
Comdr. Laurence D. Ruch Executive Officer 21 remaining Air Force Reserve Training Cen- tenant colonels elevated to full colonel With (
ter Wings to active duty. Six Troop Carrier date of rank fixed as January 19, 1951. A total .
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration Wings will be selected from these Training of 2,169 lieutenants were' promoted to temporary ,
building. Phone extension 8184. Center Wings and ordered to active duty with captain's grade, effective January Iii, .
Editor-Andrew II. Planey Tactical Air Command. Wherever practicableboth 1951 from selections made last August. A
Staff Members: John L. Almond; Barbara Rickman SN; the Reserve and Air National Guard units further increment of captains is expected on
Ed Nellist, AA. will be ordered to active duty at their home .or about March 1.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. stations temporarily. *
Jacksonville I Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat The use of the designations "USN" and
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev. :
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed tree ot charge at the Naval Air Station the i The Navy has announced continuation dur- ."USMC" rather than "USNR" and "USMCR"by
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field and Ing 1951 of its Reserve Officer Candidate Reserve personnel on active duty (other
the %!heS.J Naval AIR Hos W'II a memtwr of the Armed Forces Press Service. Re (ROC) program in accredited universities than training duty) has been authorized by
production of material from thexe sources must colleges and junior.colleges.. the Secretary of the Navy where such use is
of oth r matter, except r>y service publications: prohibited without permission consistent with existing laws and regulations.The .
of Editor JAX AIR NEWS. The Army's Adjutant General School, now new order is intended to give suitable
conducted at Fort Lee Va.. will be transfer- recognition of the status of personnel of the
Due Respect and Honor- red to F<:Jtt' Benjamin Harrison Ind., about Reserve contingents by requiring the mini,
March 10 1951. Included in the movementwill mum amount of differentiation between,.Reg
be 500 officers enlisted men and civilian ular and Reserve personnel. I.
Naval Reservist Is 'Weekend Warrior' employees on the permanent staff and 550 In matters such as personnel records pay
officer and enlisted students.At records and clothing accounts the status of individuals -
the new location, the school will have a shall continue to be indicated by the
Geared For Call To Active DutyNaval w--peak capacity of 2,000 students. The Adjutant designation. of "USNR" and "USMCR." I
Reservists are being noticed in large numbersat
the various Naval Air Station activities here, now that _
NARTU Jax is having squadrons called into active military !
service and NATTCenter is getting into high gear. The A.i M
picture is the same at other installations. ?
There is a notable reversal of circumstances as com- d1 a4 i
pared to 1941, when the reserves were first called to duty. (Visit the Red Shield Service- !
At that time the average regular Navy man was a sea- men's Club, topside, NavyBeachBus I
soned professional with one or more hash marks and the Station, corner Clay and I
average reservist had only a series of two week cruises in Adams. Consult the bulletin i
board in the club on next
the way of practical experience. Understandable, the latter visit to town.) your
had a hard adjustment to make and little time to make it.
Thursday, Feb. 8
Most Reservists Are Veterans 1930, Singing Wheels Club, I "
transportation to the rink excel-
The shoe is now on the other foot in many cases. More lent television show. ;
than half the men in the regular Navy have started their Friday, FebT. 9
careers since the end of World War II. Game night prizes and part-
The majority of the reservists who will reach NAS n.... um '_.._..__ .' nn_____ ners, informal dancing.
Jacksonville in the next few months, on the other hand, are HEAVY KANK!-When notified that he had been promoted to Saturday, Feb. 10
2000 to 2130(
Captain erstwhile Comdr. William Overhaul and ,. Saturday night
men who served in that of them veterans of the
war, many officer didn't anticipate these "heavy oversize boards". Capt. dance, open house and ping pong,
most stirring battles. A lot of them are ex-regulars of one Douglas T. Day, left, commanding officer of NAS, assisted by shuffle board.
or more cruises. Their average time at sea almost certainly Lt. Mike Clark aide, pin on the "boards" during the congratulation Sunday, Feb. 11
exceeds. that of the regular Navy man with six or ceremony. 1100 Java hour, 1700 to 1730
Jess years of service. r Vespers, Youth of Christ 1930,
Another thing which must be appreciated is the considerable WeekendWinefTafh Monday, Feb. 12
sacrifice many reserves are making by returningto 1930, Bowling club, informal
active duty. Men with small businesses have had to dancing and television in the
close them down or leave them in less competent hands. Notes
r Tuesday, Feb. 13 -
Sacrifice Is Great Informal dancing.
u Others have interrupted promising careers. Because ; Wednesday Feb. 14
most own their own homes, they are unwilling to uproot ; ?&*' -V t NaB ; Valentine Day decorating par-
ty. Need your ideas for: decora-
their families and bring them with them as do regular II ting for Saturday dance. j
y Navy men. Many of the reservists are taking a pay cut -x-
incurred Marine fighter squadron 144 with VMF-144 Squadron memo ',.
by coming to active duty. Heavy obligations I bers.
came aboard NAS Jax for weekend -
earlier remain to plague them. Personnel Personals The
drill for the last time as a I : Auto Is Safest
; In light of this, the regular Navy man owes the ret stork flew over Jacksonville Jan-
servist the honor and respect due a shipmate carrying a reserve squadron. March 1st the I uary 25th stopping at the homeof
: squadron will report here for extended Lt. anti Mrs. Claude W. Daly Place In Storm
t heavier load. The situation calls for sympathetic under- active duty and intensive leaving a 9i! pound girl, Ann ,
standing. training. Squadron: personnelwere Claire.
busy taking tests and mak- Congratulations to S/Sgt. Thomas Experience Says-
ing other preparations for recallto P. Bartleson on receiving no-
Ir. Extend Life Of Series_ E Savings. Bonds : active military service. tice that he has been commissioned -
Nine "Red Devil" chorus girls a 2nd Lt. in the Marine Corps. Wahhington (J\FPS-It you're ,
:New-7"o-k- (AFP9)Treasury) I Bond holders, choosing the ten. from the glamour girl revue, who Sgt. and Mrs. Raymond II. out in a severe electrical storm
Secretary John W. Snyder has revealed year extension plan, may not collect performed on stage at the Arcade Brooks welcomed the arrival of a head for automobile, National
a Treasury Department the Interest due en their pres- Theater, made a surprise appear- six pound, 3 ounce baby girl,: an ,
t" plan to permit holders of Series E I ent bonds at maturity and the interest ance at NARTU Sunday at 1100, named Martha Lynn, at the Naval Geographic Magazine advises in a
Savings Bonds to retain their i for the extension period will where they posed for pictures Hospital January 30. 'I recent article.
Lt. bonds ten years beyond the maturity I be paid both or the original cost An automobile la the safest .
J;;;' date at the same 2.9 percent I and interest accrued up to the refuge to be found because the
i interest rate. The bonds begin date of the present maturity, it StationContinued Aid CasualtiesContinued steel body will conduct the electricity -
I maturing May 1. was explained. of lightning away from
Thin Mill not affect the right ( from Page 1) ( from Page 1) the occupant. This applies also
v u of bond holder to rash their reminder that every ticket sold and weigh 115 pounds or over, and to airplane
bond at maturity. I DIVINE means a vote for the Navy.As 'have no history of certain con. And don't believe the old saw
Mr. Snyder said another plan !Is the representative of wom- tagious diseases that lightning doesn't strike twicein
being worked out under which I According to 'medics, donors the same place. It does fre-
holders of Series E bonds may at SERVICESAT en in the Navy, Miss Wilkinsonwill should fast four hours before do- quently. It has hit the Empire
maturity exchange their bonds for take part in numerous fea- ;nation, but it is not desired to have State building in New York as
current Income savings bonds of tures both in town and on the :the donor come to the "bank" many as 12 times in 20( minutes.
Series G, bearing interest every THE STATION CHAPELS station. Plans are now for hero hungry. An early breakfast of Other pointers: "If you heard .
six! months for 12 years ; crowned queen of the big fruit Juice, black coffee and dry the thunder, the lightning did not
Protestant Navy Charity Carnival tenta- toast is recommended when a strike you. If you saw the lightning -
Gets GO MedalThe OOSOr-Services.! All Saints' Cha- tively set for April 21-22. As such donation is to be given in the it missed you. If it had
she will reign over the annual morning. 'struck
pel (Sunday School) you, you wouldn't have
Good Conduct Medal was two-day; event, all proceed of known it." I
awarded to Frederick A. Kauf- 0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL which go to local approved char-
mann ADC of the Naval Air 1045-All Saints Chapel. We-s. Active since it Is the first Naval Air Reserve !
Technival Training Center by The Jacksonville pageant will squadron from this area to ,
Captain Lester K. Rice at a special Catholic celebrate the history of the city (Continued from Page 1) take its place alongside units of
Commendation Mast held 083O-1'4ass. St. Edward's ChapeL since the time it was known as report for active military serviceat the regular Navy. It is pointed'
Monday morning. 0930-St. Edwards' (Cate- "Cow Ford" in 1762, and before NARTU as a tribute to their out that the percentage of combat I
Kaufmann enlisted In the Navy chism Class).Chapel that as "Wacca Pilatka", (Indian service. veterans in VF-742 was higher -
in December 1940( and has been name for this region), up to the Lcdr. Fischer emphasized to his than was present in many reg- .
i stationed at NATTCenter since 1030-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL present times, including the men that all eyes in the Jack ular Navy squadrons and much .
, January. 0645-Mass at Hospital'ChapeL Navy's relationship to the city sonville area were on VF.742 will be expected from them.
8 February 1951 JAX AIR NEWS 'Page ThreeTt
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..;::; .... .
I \ .. : identification Quiz to Get Tougher;
I. ;' ".' ,,< ". ';'
.- Research Unit 'anlIins NX Chit u+
"That Russian LA-5 fighter had us all fooled for awhile," so says
Bernard Savaransky PNI, as he dropped by the Jax Air News office to
pick up the Malnside Navy Exchange credit coupon that he won by
being first to identify the planes in last week's aircraft identification
: contest.Savaransky, who is attached tc 6. Answers may be submittedby
On an inspection trip, to San- itt. ,: a special research project here, phone on extensions 216 or
.\ ford last week Lcdr. C. C. Comp- :: said that the LA-5, which was the
8184, or in person to the Jan
ton and Lt. O. F. Nicholson' were and the XF-
,.' top left photo, Navy Air News offices in the Administration *
traveling in one car while John ; : ,.. 6U Pirate, shown in the bottom building. I
Vinyard, Robert Goedert and : )".;.,< view, were the toughest to iden- 7. The prize awarded the winner -
Floyd Caylor were in another. The E :ii.; : '. ) '" .", ::;". tify in the contest and that the of the weekly contests shall .
weather was freezing.: The offi- < remaining picture of the British '
I '$1'I.: be a $3.00 credit coupon good on
cers got cold feet and returned to .> . Vampire Mk. III was relativelyeasy purchase made at Mainside
NAS Jacksonville but the civilians any
<, ... Exchange.
who also got cold feet, traveled k : j' ." > '" .> ,. :":" From the answers received it
,.., on down, and kept their cold : \ <, was apparent that most contest- I j
feet through the week-end. As .I ants had difficulty with that par- Deadline For
they walked Into the office Mon- L : ., ticular shot of the LA-5 and many
I day morning, you could still hear t; ; : IF' j were in doubt as to the correct
the crunching* of the ice. .... .h' .. t. '\i ><" designation of the XF6U-1 Pirate.
. c Anyone who wants any infor- ."-':'''" v, Today's contest Is a rough one POW ClaimsIs
mation on "How to Catch Fish" ,..'. ,. with a couple of puzzlers that
. can get in touch with Eugene will stimulate the Interest! of the
Griffin and E. J. Megonlgal of Mt ... ., experts who have taken such
Maintenance. We understand they active interest< in the quiz and March 1
really caught them (1)) a week ik : II < will serve as a real test for
ago. :: those personnel who might be
Mimi Bailey's daughter, Montie ;. .. ). participating for the first time. I All prisoners of war of i
Bower, was operated on recentlybut Remember be sure of your World War II, their widows, 1
Mimi reports, however, that Ji. l"'Jt'i' .. '''." identification before submittingyour children. and being
:Montie is along ; : : and parents are i
getting very v:1.: : # f' : answer today pay par
nicely. We hope she continues to :: n.,,':',,: .:: ticular. attention to the middle reminded that the dead \;
improve.We ," .'" view, it is a son-of-a-gun.
line for filing claims for the ;
welcome Elmer Oaken ; To keep you refreshed as to the :
and David Dicks Into the deportment. f$ rules by which the contest is gov- l-a-day payments to prisoners
Dicks Is in charge of erned here is a recap:
of war their survivorsis
Flan, Files and Reproductionunder 1. Pictured aircraft; must be
the Technical Services fully identified as to type, des- March 1, 1931.:
Division; and Elmer works in thesame ignation and nationality. The final date, March 1, was
... section.< 2. No answers will be accepted fixed by law and cannot be
We certainly miss Alyce Tay- prior to 0900 of the day following changed by the War Claims Com-
lor's smiling face in building 902. distribution of the paper, mission, it is pointed out. If youor
Alyce transferred to Commander which is normally on Friday. a member of your family was
Gage's office In the Administration 3. Any contestant who at- held a prisoner of war during
Building. Kitty Lewis of I tempts to beat the deadline is World War II, you may be en-
NAB-6 Central Files took Alyce's I automatically disqualified for titled to these special POW pay..
place working for Comdr. Compton I that contest. meets
assistant Public Works Officer -, 4.' The unit to which a winner It is estimated that 30,000 eli-
for NAB-6. is attached becomes ineli- gible persons have not yet filed
Housing reports that Bettye gible for the following week's their claims. The commission be-
: Ward has transferred to NAB-6 quiz but wili become eligible for lieves that many of the "missing"
I in the Administration building subsequent contests. claimants are widows, children, or
(, Jo Eastman is now working in the, t 5. In the event of ties a tie- parents of deceased prisoners of
NATTC office and we miss her in ; breaker question will be used to war. Under the War Claims Act,
more ways than one, or at least 'x determine the winneV a widow who has married again
Juanita Lester does. This week may still collect the survivor's
was Jo's last week to make the benefit; parents do not have to
coffee, if she were here, so the -;:; r Fourteen Apprentices establish dependency.The .
task fell to Juanita a little early Correctly Identify Aircraft And Win A Prize. commission, emphasizesthat
Transportation welcomes two Get Promotions Here It Is: most urgent that then
I ". newcomers into their Division, people know their rights as survivors -
Rosalie Potts and Althea Hicks. Fourteen apprentlcemen at NAS under the War Claim
We say "Aloha" to Lt. O. F. were elevated in rank to the pay Act and file claims without delay '- '
Nicholson this week who is being I Comprisings From CompRon 62 grade E-3 as of February 1, the They may not be paid be
detached. His new duty takes Personnel Office has announced. fore the middle of 1952 because
him to not too far off Sanford I I III Those promoted and their new they filed late, but unless they
and we hope he enjoys his new James M. Bite, AMI, is con Menard, SA, of Taunton, Mass. I designations include Donald Arm- file before March 1, 1951, they
tour. Lt. Nicholson has made strong, AN: Jesse E. Byrd, AN; cannot be paid at all.
from the recruit
many friends on the station as sidered one of the most vital I Menard reported Jack D. Brassel, AN; Tommy Since January 3, 1950 the War
well as in the Public Works De- figures in the sports programof training command and has been Chisolm, AN; Lemuel Gibson. AN; Claims Commission has receivedover
partment and we hate to see him VC-G2. As basketball man I welcomed to the squadron as one Joseph Garnica, AN: and RichardN. 120,000 claims and have ac-
go. ager, coach, safe-guarder of of us. Hott, AN, all of Overhaul and tually paid over 35,000. Therefore,
and Prior to his entry in the Navy, Repair Department. as of now there are many thou.
personal securities, enthusiastic Verner D. Black, SN and DavidE. sands of claims waiting be paid.
.1 Family TransfersGet rooter he has done Menard was an art student at Busel, SN of Supply Depart- Melvin T. Dixon, State Service
the most toward sparking the Providence College, Providence, ment; Jerry J. Beffrey AN and ,Officer of the VA in Florida reports -
sporting activities of this Rhode Island. Charles L. Hyder, SN, of Commissary that he Is being asked the
Green Light Store; Donald Dingemann I following question every day:
squadron. i Harold O. Setliff, AN, one of AMAN; Darold A. Gazza, AMAA "Why haven't I received my war
Washington (AFPS) Service lute, a slightly balding man of the newer men in the squadron and Jerry L. Hobbs, all of X-2 claims check? I sent in my claims.
personnel who are members of the 30 has quite a background in was transferred to the Naval division. I forms months ago."
same family and serving togetherin sports himself, dating back as far Hospital for treatment last That Is because the War
the same military unit can expect as 1936 when he played basketballfor week. It Is sincerely hoped< by Lady Marines GraduateParrU Claims Commission does not
favorable action on requests Central High at Nashville, all hands: that Setliff has a hate enough staff to handle the
for transfer to separate organizations Tennessee. After enlisting in the speedy recovery from his Illness Inland, s. C. ('I'S-A) volume of mall It has receded
class of 127 Women Marines
I the Department of Defense Navy 11 years ago, Hite contin- and will be back with us soon. com- I nor enough claims workers to
has announced. ued to participate in sports. In pleting basic training here recently process the claims as soon as
1940-41 he for the A & R boosted to 533 the number of
played A stepped-up educational train- they are docketed.,
In a restatement of existing pol-
women graduating since last September -
team at Norfolk. After the war These claims from
icy Defense Secretary Marshall's Ing program to prepare the I came every
memorandum of November 24, he coached the powerful O & R squadron's first class petty offi- State, Territory, many foreign
1950, is quoted: I team there. Last year he was assistant cers for the forthcoming examina- countries and ships at sea Many
"RequesU coach for the VC-62 team tion for chief petty officer is now the opportunity to study due to thousands of completed claims and
for assignment to which made quite a showing for underway. Training films, lec- their civil pursuits while on inactive several thousand other pieces of
different units from male
mem- Itself. tures, discussions, and long range duty. mail arrived in the first four
bers of the Immediate
study are part of this intensive months after the first forms were
active Mill be
_ family on considered duty In the station Intra-mural training program which was de- Lt. (Jg) Wilson F. Brown Is released, while the Commissionhad
favorably providingthere league last week, VC-62 shared a signed primarily to assist reserve presently a patient at the Naval a total staff of less than 60
are no overriding military
their I win and a loss. It downed the petty officers who have not had Hospital. pet sons.
need for retention in the
unit.. highly favored NATTC five 48-31 ..... _.
with all the "62" quintet leaving :. :: ? ; ,
The Army, Navy, Marine Corps very little to be desired when it ., : ;
end Air Force poined out that the' came to working plays and put- a "
policy was enumerated because of ting the ball in the bucket. *"
potential undesirability from the Friday night it met the VA-43
standpoint of dependents, of members team on the hardwood and
of the same family serving In I bowed in a bitterly fought game
the same organization operating : which ended with a wore of 54-
in a combat zone. Individual requests 52. mill Nlehaus, the captainof
for transfer may be made. the team led the! scoring witha
through proper administrative total of 25 points.
channels. I *
One of the most discussed sub-
New, Hours For WAVES jects in the squadron for the past
Clothing, Small StoresA week or so has been Income taxand
the headache that it creates.
change has been announced h.
Slide rules, pencil, paper, W-2
in the WAVES and allotment of _
WAVE Forms a large _
and Small Stores _
: the main _
headache powder are
clothing and small stores will __
tools when it comes to "
now be open on Monday, Wed- working .. i _
putting the figures on the Forms _
nesday and Friday from 1230
Several at .
1040 and 1040A. men *
to 1400. c,
the dorm were seen mumbling to
-xI themselves and scratching heads.
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On Active Sea Duty Uncle additional Whiskers cash were for payment every day to THIS IS ILLEGAL-Warned last week to refrain from parking in posted areas or on non-
I Portsmouth Va. (AFPS) The occurrences.. posted areas and roadsides outside the main gate, owners of these autos evidently do not believe In
45,( -ton battleship Wisconsin is warnings. This photo,.taken .after a final warning was issued, shows cars parked on the island and
docked here preparatory to a- re; The only new arrival at VC-62 roadsides north of the main gate. The Dural County'patrol will begin ticketing all violators with a
turn 'fictive duty ttU past week was Edmond G. fine of $27.50. J ,
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II EARL WILSON Says. I t
We hear the Army will make a WAC ver- this decade will be remembered as the one in
sion of the GI's T-shirt. It'll be a V-shirt which the jet came in and the jit went out .
Pup-tent Pete asks, "Instead of broadening the Too often the way of a man with a maid is this:
draft, why don't they draft the broads?" Wow, woo, woe.
The way to be a paratrooper A local honey is doing her bit for the moraleof
of the Marines..Every night she sits home with
one-leathernecking .'. A lot of people must .I<
pull the strings and leapat think drinking is educational-so many of them
conclusions One acquire a thirst for knowledge This is the
mid-west town is really time of year when big shots start complainingabout
crazy about gambling.It's internal injuries. Internal Revenue, thatis
the only place where A cafe gigolo sighed, "If I could affordto
the slot machines take live the way I m living, I'd be a milionaire."
wrist watches The If many 18-year-olds go into service, the
old fashioned girl usedto Army"11 be full of shavers and shavetails .
keep her money: in her Some girls think the only way-to get ahead in
bodice. Today's girl, like Hollywood is to have their No's remodeled. ".
Ellye Marshall, would How come people who can't remember
rather keep it where it where they've been the night before always
won't be seen A seem to remember how to get back there the
draftee complains, "I night after Spotting a blonde with streaky
don't mind getting up so hair, someone remarked, "Poor girl, she has an .
early-I just hate havingto impediment in her bleach."
go .to bed so early i inorder "__ ...__t.11 A local soldier tried to conceal the fact he'd "
to get up so early;' *"*" UjU.li4&1&Then been drinking the night before. Mighta done
REUNITED-When assigned here to NATTC, Malcolm Mc- there's the girl whose face speaks for it, too if he hadn't tried to blow the foam off
Dougal, AEC, found himself for the third time in his 14 years in I itself-but in such language!. his coffee. I
I the Navy under the command of Capt. Lester K. Rice, NATTC With so many nickel items going to a dime, (Copyright, 1951, Post-Hall Syndicate)
commanding: officer. McDougal, left, is shown as he was welcomed
aboard by Captain Rice, right. i Abolishes
Fasron Six, VF-41 Report Army
. Serves Third Stint Under Same COFor 'Recruit' Rank;
the third time in his 14 Scouting The SquadronsFASRon Now It's Private
years of Naval service Malcolm Chief McDougal had very littleto
;McDougal, AEC, has found himself say concerning this phase of Washington (AFFS).-The Army
under the command of Cap- his military career. 6-The FASron 6 has abolished the grade of "re-
tain Lester K. Rice. Now once again under the com March of Dimes campaign dollar prize still stands for the cruit" In favor of Its former prac-
The coincidence which occured mand of Captain Rice, Chief Mc- netted total of $600 or winning title. Deadline for sug- tice of calling' new soldiers "pri-
previously under combat condi- Dougal delighted to be here. "A gestions is 1400, February 9, 1951.. vates."
tions is repeated now at the Naval good ship and a good skipper is a the average of $2.00 per man and names should be submittedto
A recent announcement said the
Air Technical Training Center sweet combination at sea, but to and was climaxed by a tour- the PIO, FASRon 6, Hangar
grade WM being dropped"for
where is Chief have the same skipper and a 115.
McDougal Security good nament with the Maintenance morale and administrativepurposes"
and Captain Rice is commandingofficer. billet on the beach, the Navy offers *
Division winning over the and that Its abolition
no better," Chief Mc- VF.41-
Plants Division was "a logical outgrowth of the
McDougal entered the Navy in Dougal. Power 17-15, extends a "welcome aboard" to
shift from a peace-time to -
1937 the the 5-15 and 15-6. Thomas D. Powell ATAN partial
at age of 21 and up- from mobilization basis."
on completion of recruit training Chief Gunner Robert L. George, Kalamazoo, Michigan; DelbertW. .
boarded the U.S.S. Sandpiper. After Captured Movies educational officer_of the squadron Depew, 1 D2, from Halliday
two years he was transferredto did a terrific j job in promot- North Dakota, and Donald L. Reduced
the U.S.S. Black Hawk and lat- Gives A Peek ing the campaign and deserves a McCanna, AM3, of Barberton, Rail
er to the U.S.S. Edsell. Later he Us "well done" for his untiring ef Ohio.
served on the U.S.S. Lexington. forts. McCanna arrived from New- I Effect Now
McDougal participated in 11 ma- At New Red Jets The FASRon 6 men who trek- foundland right on the crest of a
jor engagements during the war ked with the Naval Air Station cold wave last week.but it seems Enlisted personnel traveling on
and its termination found him Washington (AFPS) Russia volleyball team on their recent he brought with him a "hot"high leave or liberty status will be
aboard the FDR (CVB-41)). has no jet planes faster than the trip to St. Petersburg were quite school athletic record and is granted reduced round trip rail
In 1947 McDougal Joined Fighter U. S. F-85: Sabre, Defense Depart- impressed with the new security expected to be a welcome addition road fares, through March 31, it
Squadron 51 in San Diego. It ment officials believe. measures at McDill Air Force to the VF-41 basketball was announced this week.
was under this command that he The belief is based Russian Base where their plane landed.It team now leading the American Those taking advantage of this
first came in contact with Captain on all the League in the station intra-mu- I order must travel in uniform at
films in Korea which seems passengers
Rice. When the squadron was as- captured had to stay in the immediate vic- ral loop. their own expense and may ride
show several of Russian
types jetsin I
signed to the Valley Forge (CV- action. inity of the plane until an escort -x- in coaches only. The general ba-
45)) as the first squadron of F9F arrived in of the Offi- sis is 2 cents per mile althoughin
jets, Captain Rice was made skip- The fastest Russian jet shown ficer-of-the-Day.company When the escort Nation To Recalllincoln' some territories it will be
per. The ship set sail with the nan the MIG-15, rated at 659.1 and the OOD arrived, thena slightly less than 2 cents, whilein
miles hour. A similar type other territories it will be two
intention of a "pleasure cruise" to per bus was summoned and the ordsOn
such places as Shanghai, Singa- known as Type 1$, is believed to arrivals were driven to the point zero two 5 cents, (2.025)).
pore, Tokyo and Hong Kong. be about 20 miles an hour slower. new operations tower. Monday"Fourscore Reduced rates will be grantedon
Birthday written authority for leave,
However, when the Korean situ-
Here another escort was
pro- pass, or furlough, including lib-
ation became a threat, the Valley vided for approximately a 100 and seven years erty cards, but not identificationcards.
Forge changed its course and yards to an inner fence where ago our fathers brought forthon .
Squadron 51 went through many Gene and Jo Act two more escorts were needed, this continent a new nation
months of heavy combat duty. each of whom demanded iden- The effective ticket sale date j
Billed for Feb. 21 tification of the sailors before was January 26 and will continue
It Is almost exactly fourscoreand until March 31. The tickets are <
Comdr. they were allowed to leave that seven years since Abraham valid for 30 days from date of
DeCamp Internationally known disher- zone. This; was the first day of Lincoln uttered those words in purchase.
outers of that old black magic, the security measures and the a dedicatory address for the
New Gene and Jo and company, visitors from FASRon 6 were deed who had fallen\ at Gettysburg -
Appointed impressed with the number of
will appear on the stage of the .
Student Officers' auditorium armed guards posted about the "
the brave men, living
Skipper of UP-3 February 21 in two performances. base. and dead, who struggled here,
The loyal volleyball rooters have consecrated it, far above
Patrol Now in their ninth year of who accompanied the team were; our poor power to add or de-
Squadron Three of-
touring military installationsand Everett L. Seymore ADAN; tract. The world will little note,
ficially welcomed Comdr. Lou- Charles P. Schreck, AMAN Law-
playing exclusively for ; or long remember, what we say
is E. DeCamp aboard as its Army and Navy personnel, rence L. Moran, AKAN; Steve J. here, but it can never forget .
new commanding officer at a Gene and Jo and their cohorts Borys, AM2; Paul G. Hartman, what they did here ."
have arranged an extraordi- A A; Lloyd R. St. Laurent, The world neither forgot Un-
change-of-command ceremony nary one-hour act to be given AMAN, and John F. Campbell, roln's words nor "what they did" rr.O.
held January 31. Comdr. De- following the regular movie. AA.FASRon there. And today men are
Camp relieves Comdr. GilbertJ. Price of admission will be 25 6 has not yet selecteda fighting for the very cause!' of a
Frauenheim who served as I cents, for the movie and the name for their weekly columnin Gettysburg, a Guadalcanal or a .. v4L
commanding officer of VP-3 I stage show. the Jax Air News and the two Korea freedom.
Lincoln's famous words will
for the past twenty months.The .
be vividly recalled Feb. 12 when
new commanding officer
the nation observes his birth
served in the Office of Chief of day. (AFPS).
Naval Operations prior to report- '
ing to VP-3. Now in his seventeenth << .L. ,
year of naval service, .. Clyde McCoy To Play
Comdr. DeCamp has had a varied '"
and interesting career. I For Dance Next WeekClyde
After his graduation from the I 't"ioo S Aa ..
U. S. Naval Academy in 1938, he ; McCoy, the man who _
served aboard the USS Ranger, : o' ',\;.; made "The Sugar Blues" famous
USS Herbert, and the USS Kear-
will appear at the Naval
ney. He was Senior Naval Avia-' ....; :;.." a Air Station with his band next
tor aboard the USS North Caro- Thursday and Friday. yC1
lina in 1942 and 1943, and saw
action in the Pacific Area. : McCoy will play for enlistedmen's
IZ" on February
Other tours of duty includethe : k
and wUJ'perform for the orflcers' -
Armed Forces Staff College : .
executive officer of the ning. following eve-
USS Norton Sound commanding : ,. _
officer VN-608 at NAAS Xi'
: ;. ?
Corry Field, Pensacola and Hikers
commanding 19. officer of Patrol ..... 0JJJ '; Japanese
Squadron Frauenheim assumed .. Abasharl, Japan (FTS)-Hitch-
Comdr. .. .
is diversion longer
command of Patrol Squadron .' hiking a no
confined to America and Ameri-
Three in June 1949 at Naval Air cans-the Japanese have learned
Coco Solo. Under his
well the use of the thumb.
leadership and direction VP-3 AFPS
participated in all Atlantic Fleet ________m___ _________ _________ ____ __ A Japanese railroad train engt-
Exercises, including the com ner recently sighted 20 persona
bined exercises last spring. VT-3 GETS NEW CO-Comdr. Gilbert J. Frauenheim reads waving for him to stop at a highWay v AIIUBBACaurbt in
Comdr. Frauenheim reports to his orders prior to relinquishing command'of Patrol Squadron crossing. Believing there had this.-shall-we. say "artJatJe"
his new duty station as Operations Three to Comdr. Louis E. DeCamp, right, at a changeofcommandceremony been an accident, he braked-tA a po Miw EU1 Marshall,
Officer at NAS Moffet last week. Comdr. DeCamp served in the office of CNO halt. They Umbed bsgpll3l hJo oUywood movie starlet "H ,
Field Calif. before coming here. aboard. .oasldered %vK a. ancr. "
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JAX AIR NEWS Page Five
s\ Red Cross R port-
The Military --- : .. FROM
And Red Cross ; ir 3 from
Did you know that all leaves, in *
must be .1
Including emergency '
granted by your commanding officer ; named
never by the Red Cross t
The Red Cross- your station a man.
field director working with your -
home community chapterob- ;
tains physicians' statements and
other information the CO needs,
makes loans for emergency a gaily be
?v needs, helps arrange quick trans- : "Till draft
portation, is a communicationslink
between the serviceman and
his family, but has no authority I rather give
>> to recommend, or grant leave I
under any circumstances. I Ik vintage.
However the Red Cross does !
have the authority and the obli- ;. r S coal man's
gation, to take such steps as were she had
taken in an emergency affecting'
Cpl. Edwin James, who was on
occupation duty with the U S. APPEAR IN "FROGMEN"-Pilots of VF-41 who recently took part in
Air Forces at Erding, Germany.Fast tury-Fox movie "Frogmen", study an aerial map before making a hop. From to dwell.
teamwork by the militaryand Lt. George Rutledge, Lt. (jj) Charles Babcock Lt. Duncan Ragsdale, Lcdr. ( TNT
the American Red Cross manding officer of VF-41), and Ensign Warren Ackerman. .
made it possible for Cpl. Jamesto so big.
win a 5,000 mile race against
death to reach the bedside of his VF-41 Members Participate In an alien?
critically injured father in a : fine.
small One Florida morning community., Cpl. James' commanding I Of Hollywood Story of custard
officer called him into I one till the
his office broke some tragic news ''
which the base's ARC field director 'I' As the quintet of Navy week it was repeated ence again, sentatives "Custard's
had just received from' fighter planes from Fighter this time in front of grinding sequence
movie cameras in the resort VF-41
the corporal's hometown Red
Cross chapter. The father Squadron 41 swept over the playground of St. Thomas Islandin out the showing his
the message stated corporal's, had suf- beachhead a billowing: trail of the Virgin Islands. in a "By
fered a gunshot wound in the' black gray smoke belched Filmed by Twentieth Century.Fox in plenty silverware to
head. The message also includedthe from their smoke generatorsand the picture "Frogmen" deals my
I with the of the pole
hospital statementthat primarily story IN
physician's settled like a blanket over
the fathers condition was Navy underwater demolition rendered ATAN.'I
.. "highly critical.. The family the fighting men below. teams but featured prominentlyin 41 the
. asked that the military grant the Under the protective cover of some of the beachhead scenesin excellent money seldom may
serviceman emergency leave to the heavy swirling smoke the the Navy air support, which is hands
see his father, who had been ur- Navy underwaterdemotion portrayed by five pilots of Fighter which is
gently calling for him. teams silently with Squadron .41. alie on
"We are approving leave and drew from the enemy held island Thomas. that you
sending you stateside at once," and another arduous mission of LED BY LCDR. Charles C. paid for perhaps
said the C. O. "You have a the Frogmen ,was written in the Ainsworth, commanding officerof cleaning you've both
half-hour to pack your gear books as successfully accomplish VF-41 the group of fighter pilots men. .
and be at the airstrip. You'reto were given the task of laying On
board the next A. C. 47 ed.This scene was repeated often smoke screens for withdrawals of from at the
flight to Frankfot. You'll be during World War II as the UD teams from the shell shattered to talk to silently get
processed there." Navy's Frogmen cleared the way beachheads and making strafing Dana ?
Within 21 hours, Cpl. James for island invasion forces and last runs on the enemy lines on mark
the island. at Mark
again was on American soil, by
regularly scheduled military air The usual procedure during the The by
transportation. In a few more ThreeVeteranMarines filming of VF-41's part in the pic- ', library.
hours, aided by an emergencyloan ture was to shoot the required and so many
of travel funds from the scenes every other day to provide the island he said.
Red Cross, he had reached his ReupIn time for evaluation of the film tary of
stricken father in Florida arriving exposed.The created "it is-
before he died. fact that none of the by VF-41 shelves, you
in which VF-41
Cpl. James' story is not un
made had to be
It has been and will be an appearance IN
Marine veterans two retaken is significant of the efficiency -
j with which Navy pilots last job
within the bounds of military returned expended
expediency of them just recently execute their orders. was the
j and when deemed of from action in Korea, be- well ?"
sufficient urgency by the mili In addition to the pilots, who training
tary. Wherever a servicemanmay gan looking forward to many flew their fighter planes to St. men who boss just
be stationed, a Red Cross more brilliant years of serviceas Thomas from here, there was a came was doing
man is not far away to lend a they re-enlisted for another picked 10-man team maintenancecrew base
hand in time of. emergencies, or six-year hitch here last from the squadron who Pilots struggled
made the trip in an R4D.
routine problems, affecting any
serviceman and his family. back picture trees, he .;
home. simple ceremonies the three THE EXCELLENT performances dale, Lt. who stared "S"
Marines, Master Sergeants Mar of the enlisted men who (jg) .
vin J. Edstedt James Brogdonand kept the planes in peak operating sign i blurted:
cpONOTES Frederick E. Huber, were condition at all times was a ma- John i Why are
sworn in by Lt. Col. Harvey B. jor factor in the no "retake" rec- charge of that?"
Atkins, commanding officer of ord established by the pilots. which ," replied
the Marine Barracks. Shortly after arrival in St. men: one being
Have Fine RecordsA Thomas the maintenance crew AOC meat
Newly elected officials thumbnail sketch of the got their first real work out when bert J.
had to improvise special Stolz,
into office February 1st. New fighting Marine Sergeants shows they
first enlisted tools and equipment to get the AEM2,
that M/Sgt. I
officials follows President
are as : I of the
Marine Corps.in Sep. smoke apparatus in operating Robert
Howard White, HMC; II ," meaning
Vice-president, Andy Andreola, temberf 1937. He has just returned i I .
ADC; Secretary, Mac McCord, from Korea where he partici- repre-
ADC; Treasurer Robert Dreher, pated in the assault and seizureof
AEO. Inchon and the capture and securing Fpp! a, tt raK,+. ea CP*op yEc "Q-aad ,t,?>vFb ,* r .' y } aiii
Board of Governors: Archie Seoul. The Sergeant serv-
Warren, AEC; Ted Saxon, ADO, ed with the 6th Marine Division
and Arthur P. Grubbs, AOC.A during World War II and was
motion was made and carried awarded the Silver Star for the
by the Board of Governors that 1 i Okinawa operation. He is now ,1I"
k the weekly orchestra be limitedto serving at the Marine Barracksas
twice a month. In the future I'' Warden of the Station Brig. ww wuw a.Qr, ? xitiA vtba..,. .wy,..,. : 4LtkeI
the orchestra will play on each M/Sgt. Huber who enlisted in
Saturday following payday. On : the Marine Corps in December r ) w s" .? I IJ7
orchestra nights a free buffet' 1940, also is a veteran of the Ko- ')
luncheon will be served. On the rean action. Huber took part in ,I
other two Saturdays there will the seizure of Inchon and the
be a juke box dance at the Club's capture and securing of Seoul. On
expense. More details for this September 20, 1950 he was
motion will be available at the wounded and was evacuated to I
General Assembly meeting to be Japan. During World War II, "
held in the near future. Huber as a member of the Sec- b 'R; d1t
.. Attention to all NATTC Chiefs ond Marine Division took partin
-There will be a NATTC Night the Tarawa, Atoll operationand
held on February 17th. All Chiefsare later at Peleliu. Sergeant
urged, not invited, to come. Huber is now serving at the Ma-
This will be an opportunity for rine Barracks as Guard NCO. l
NATTC and NAS to get together.An The third sergeant to reenlistwas
Marvin J. Edstedt
entertainment committeefrom M/Sgt.
NATTC has been selectedto who is slated for duty with Ma- l
arrange the entertainment. rine Aviation Detachment. NAT-
Ceremonies. TC.. .
The new president and the new Enlisting in the U. S. Marine
Board of Governors has in September 1940 he I .
in the Battle of. MARINE VETS REENLIST-Three fightig Marines with shining service records re-upplnp ,1ft
all out effort on the part of played a part
the NAS Chiefs to be present on Midway while serving with a;I for another six-year hitch, were sworn In by Lt. Col. Harvey B. Atkins right commanding om"f
NATTC Night to greet the newcomers Marine Air Group at Midway is- cer of the Marine Barracks. Left to right are Master Sergeants Marvin J. Edstedt, James F. Brofdon
land. and Frederick E. Huber.l' .
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I Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 8 February 1951 ,I
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Y Tee-off for Spring
Set For Feb 15 '
r The spring session of the Intra- I
Mural golf program is expected to
begin the 15th of February. Team .
r 40Cd captains are now In the process of '
w selecting teams for the coming r' ..
With Fd Nelllst a Team captains for the various
but in this case it seems quite fitting. Actually most obituaries Works; Charles Dittmar, Admin-
j are written shortly after the demise of the individual but istration; Don Howard, Overhauland
.we are not able to fix the exact time of death. Repair; Joe Williams, Physical -
Nevertheless NAS Jax has lost dear friend-the Training; Paul George, Oper-
a very ations; Lcdr. Snyder, Supply;
basketball spectator is dead. He has been missing from the Captain Early, Medical and Den-
S NATTCenter Auditorium all season long, but it was not until tal; Stu Reed, Green Cove Springs;
: last Friday that it was definitely established that he had Jerry Morrison NARTU; Sam ..
Helms Cecil Field; Chuck Fon-
passed aware ville, ComFairJax; Bob Wallace
At first we thought that he was too busy with important NAS VOLLEYBALLERS-NAS Jax volleyball tram is snappedIn VP-3; Tom Abbott, FASRon-6;
: work, but we found that he was seen out and around once a group picture upon its return from St. Fete where the liters Paul Wilschke, Fleet Air Wing 11,
I recently won the second annual invitational tourney there. Left and Tom Brides, CAG 17
in a while so we had to discard that thought. Next we surmised -
} to right, front are, Jim Nunn, Woody Woods, and Ike Fin-
k that it was a lack of transportation to and from the nell. Second rowj Cram, Tom Abbott (team captain), Bill
basketorium that was preventing his appearance so the sta- Godwin and Bill Willis. Back row, Dean Miller, Joe Binczak, Clyde One-Armed Golfer
tion provided two buses to take him to the game. Smith, Don Lyon and Kenneth Green. '
i The first bus made the circuit without a passenger and
the second did little better getting but one. It was then that VF-41 VP-5 Continue To Lead Gives Exhibition
.. it was decided to list him as being dead. -
Perhaps he isn't dead but to all appearances he certainlyseems Race In Intra-Mural Here Saturday -
to be. If he isn't dead he must be on the very edge of CompetitionFighter
it or he would be getting down to see the Fliers play if he I Squadron 41 reigns as the only unoeaten squad in the Jimmy Nichols, famed one-
had to crawl the entire distance on his hands The Stet- race for the Intra-Mural cage title, sporting an 8-0 mark to lead the armed golfer, will appear in
son-Fliers game was a mighty fine attraction, too I American division pack, while VP-5 is setting the pace in the National an exhibition at the Naval
Certainly there is some good reason for his not attendingthe circuit with six wins in seven attempts. I Air Station golf 'course Sat-
games because annually he attends more basketball games Some of the highest scoring, urday at 1100.
than he does any other indoor sport. He even plays more bas- both team and individual, of the Operations, netting 11, while for One of the phenomenons of the
ketball than he does any other game. What then is the cause season was produced' Monday. The V1<'-42 it was Lille with 12. sporting world, Nichols never failsto
of his conspicuous absence from the station games? It has league leading Vl<-U five stopped A red hot ComFairJax squad thrill and astonish the gallery .
the trailing Dispensary comoAia- 62-25 in the of fans with his remarkable shots.
downed Personnel, ,
to be one of two things, either he is really dead or he has tion cold, 219.. Dick and Allen first game last Thursday in American Nichols
Formerly a right-hander, -
became too lazy to put forth the effort to get there. were the sparkplugs for the win play. Mike Ciminero and who lost his right arm in an
ners netting 22 ana 20 apiece. The Joe Law were the high point get- automobile accident in 1929 tooka
first game of the afternoon found ters for the CFJ outfit, garnering right-hand golf club in hU left
The players are out every game playing ball because l<'A 1 on.6 defeating VP 3, 46-34. 15 and 14 points respectively. hand and after much practice and
they love the game. They are out to entertain, to put on a Farinelli was high for the FAS- Murray led the losers with 14. determination succeeded in shoot-
show, win or lose, that will permit us to come away thinkingthat ronites with 13. l'JAUTl1, in the last second of the Ing the course in 72. Despite his
Watson Allen and Ski
Dubosky defeated a hard-driving .
game handicap, the one-armed golfer is
we have the finest athletic program in the entire Navy. teamed to score more points than .t'ASRon 6 quintet, 3736. McKen- one of the finest exhibitionists the
The Fliers are not what can be called a sensational team, the entire Personnel hoopsters as zle tallied 16 for NAR1U and game has ever known.
they have only won a little over half of their games thus fart VP-861 downed the Personnel Hartman was responsible for 15 i Nichols will hold a clinic at
78-4A Allen hit 30 for the for the losers.
but skillful team that class "A" five'l 1100 before touring the course in
they are a fighting plays a while Dubosky totaled 20. F VP-861 drubbed the Dispensaryfive
( brand of ball.There rftn lOa dropped iVAKiU, 3V- : : 6720. Bollegar scored more exhibition play. a
to establish a two-way tie for sec for the winners than The only one-armed golfer) ever
r is no one star on the team; it's a unit that is de- points were to qualify for the National Open
ond. Brown and Shott were scored by the entire Dispensary
pendent upon each player. Bob Becker is holding a better standouts for NAHTU and Man- combo. His total was 22. Better Nichols also qualified several
than 15 point per game average. Mutt Pasco, twice named All nix drew 10 for 109. ComFairJax than doubling the score, VP-41 times for the PGA championship
Navy, is also well up in the scoring and very capably l handles edged a coming Marine five, 4943in sent VP-3 to the showers in defeat ills mastery of all clubs is uncanny
: the team from the floor. lied Sheldon, a ball hawk from the the last game. Killeen scored' 76-32. FASRon 109 over- and he still holds one of the
20 for the losers. Webb was high threw the Marines in the final longest hole-in-ones on record-a
} first whistle, can always be counted on to do some real re- for the CFJ cagers with 14. setto, 50-39. 336-yard smash. In the course of
bound work under the basket as can Paul McKay. Chuck A week ago uesday NARTU The first forfeit game of the his amazing career he has made
Wheeler completes the usual starting line-up and is a very sank VP-861 in the opening tilt. season came last Friday when seven.. holes-in-one...
accomplished ball stealer.On 'asron 109 went on to defeat Dispensary VP-5 won from First Lieutenantsby r. .. : .,,
I 54-34 in the other afternoon forfeit Hospital blanked Sup- .' ;
i : r:.
the bench at the start of the game are ten more men, contest. In the third tussle ply in the opener, 6134. West- :..... :f 4=/" : \fi1 t
all eager to get into the game and most of them usually do. VP-3 downed the Marines 4432. wood and Walsh were high for the :, .iv''i <, :1
When they perform they display the same brand of ball that Hickman[ and Grady were high for winners and Mayhew for the los ,- \ .
the winners with 17 apiece and ers. VA-45 edged VC-62 in the I ,
has enabled them to down teams that possess far more impressive ,
Killeen scored 11 for the Leather- first tilt of the night session, 54- > .
records. necks. l<'A Hon-6 walked away 52. Smith was high for the win $' : "
.. Stetson University, rated as one of the top teams in the from Personnel 53-22. Ten points ners with 23 and Niehaus for the ,S'S, : .., S.. '
state, was completely tied up by the much smaller Fliers fore made Steve Borys high for the losers with 29. NATTC won that I
the entire game. Stetson had a starting lineup that averaged FASRonites while Murray toppedthe all-important first game by downing : l
Personnel quintet with 11. In Operations 3731. Reinhardtwas
over six-foot-three compared to the five-foot-ten average of the final game VF-41 took the high point man in the game ,..
the Fliers. They had a far better won-lost record and had measure of ComFairJax, 3622. with 14 for the winners.In .
downed the Fliers in a previous early season encounter, but Dick scored 12 points for the win the final go of the week,
they just couldn't come close to the keyed-up Navy quintet. ners and Joe Law hooped 10 for Overhaul and Repair dropped VF-
the losers. 42, 4226. Walters was the bright
After the the in the Fliers' dressing room
Last National star for the winners and Lille for
was anything but quiet but it was not so much banter about League play produced the lola the losers efI
the game they had just won that was filling the air, insteadit lowing results: VP5 defeated The standings as of last Monday, .
was talk of games to come. Sure, they were happy that VA-45, 67-31 with llgg high forM night:
they had won that is what they were playing for, but it was >-5 with 13 while /smith was American League Won Lost
high for the losers. In the sec- >F-41 ............?..................8 0
over and they have other games to play.In ond content Supply blasted the 1..IL lton.IJJ! ........._........_.6 2
the Hatters' quarters there was a quiet that is usually First Lieutenants, 59-17. Farrell NAKTU ......._.........._.......6 2
., reserved for funerals. But there was no malice, no excuses and Majhew were high\ for VP-861 ..............................5 3
nor griping about it being a fluke or bad refereeing that had I the Supply squad with 11 and CamralrJax ................._...5 3
I 13 apiece.In TasRon-6 ............_._......5 81.3
cost them the game. They simply were out-playedout.fought I the _rst game of the night \' ..........?.._...........?..2! 6 $$4
and out-shot, and they knew it. encounter Overhaul and Repair Personnel _....._..............1 6
The Fliers had a better than average night from the barely got by a strong Hospital Marines _._............_._......1 6
floor. They hit well over half of all of their shots and did quintet, 5550. Walters, high point Dispensary ..._.._........_...0 8
man for the day, scored 23 points
better from the charity line.
even for O&R's winning margin. West- National League Won Lost
wood caged 16 for the losing Hospital VP-5 ........_..................??.6 1
The small crowd that was present for the game went almost crew. Overhaul and Repair..5 2 _
VC-62 was victorious over a VC-62 _.___ 4 3
wild from the very beginning of the game. Some of newcomer to the I-M League, Operation! ........................4 3
them had not come to see the Fliers. They were there for the NATTC, 43-31. Petersen counted Supply.. ..............................4 3
The handful that was left are the regular 13 for the winners and Cinco, 8 Hospital ?__._.._....._._.4 3
preliminary game. for the losers. In the final tilt NATTC ........_..._........._...3 4
Fliers rooters. But whichever game they came originally to of the day, Operations squeakedby VA-43 ................................3 4
see they witnessed the best exhibition of basketball seen this VF-42 on a four-point margin, VI.-.:! ...?..?........_..__..._.2 5
:season on the local court. 37-33. lozzino was the lion for First Lieutenants '_..._.0 7 I Jimmy Nicholsr
L L AI ub.: .'.1..J.:.." ..u1.U'.I".r"'h.i.l1l=:: u ...II'b.Jt/t'l/ irW.l.! _/1fflllj,...t. .iL.J IIf f iI'1I11.......:o ')'*"'.1..1..." ''1... .'. "Jj.- +iYMr'i!.'.+wn. nrrYI.,""u-. """ ,. =f III:U.l'f.\f: ,-1---. -
8 February 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven
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PT Swim Team I
Fliers Gain Revenge
'I InlankMeet 1' P+l z arw With. Stetson VictoryJax
Taking first place in four of
", seven events, Physical Train- Navy's Fliers moved beyond the .50 mark in aus-
[ ... ing copped first .place] in the picious fashion last Friday with a thrilling 66-62 victoryover
first monthly Intra Mural the Stetson Hatters in their most impressive victory. of
swimming meet held at the indoor the current campaign.The .. "
swimming pool January Fliers were hotter than the celled due to Poor weather condi-
tions. The is
game being re-
proverbial "little red fire engine"against scheduled.
30.Only the Hatters hitting 18 of
three teams were enteredin < Tonight the Fliers take the roadto
the meet: Physical Training 21 free throws and netting almost meet the Patrick Air Force
50 cent of their shots from the
NATTC and VP-5. per five. They return home next
floor most of them deep set
The victory PT an early -
gave Tuesday to play host to the high-
lead in the semi-annual compe- .d shots. scoring Georgia Teachers. The
Ask Sy w. Hatters held an almost f iveindr -
tition. The next meet will be held The schedule for the rest of the sea-
March 7 at 1400. All entries must height advantage, but the son:
be in by 1600 the 2nd to facili- Fliers forced the visitors to play 8 Patrick AFB, Away
tate arrangements for the meet.If most of the game at their own IS Ga. State Teachers', Home
a larger number of teams com- level. 14 Jan Jr. College. Home
pete, preliminary heats will be Jim Jonge, 6-8 center for the 15 Parris Island, Away
held the 6th, if necessary. Hatters, was high scorer of the IS Charleston CoL, Away
Entry forms have been mail- fray netting 10 buckets and 6 free 23 Fla. U. Freshmen Home
ed to all interested activities. Any throws for a 26-point total. Jonge 27 Fla. U. Freshmen, Away
activity that has not received missed a good many tip-Ins from
forms should contact the Physical under the basket. Individual ScoringRecords
Training Office, building 930. Chuck Wheeler made good on OP FO FT TP
first meet all eight of his free throw attempts -
Highlight of the
Becker __,IT 110 53 273
was the ,excellent display of and netted four two pointers Pasco ...__..17 85: 47 217
fancy diving by Paul Frankeof for a 16-point total for the Sheldon __..17 63 25 151
... Physical Training. Franke Fliers. Bob Becker was again Wheeler ......17 38 60 136
also captured first place in the J1 high scorer for the Navy five hit- McKay _._17 85: 12 83
50 meter free style event. ting eight baskets and three '..
Individual winners in the vari- _____... ...._nn..... charity tosses for a 19 count.
ous event in the order held. Mutt Pasco was again good for Bowling Interest
100 meter free style, winner, "THE LINEUP-No, it's no conga line. It's Just another free 14
Flynn VP-5 and Duval, PT, run- ball during the Fliers-Stetson fray here last Friday, which saw points.Close All The Way I
runner-up; 50 meter free style, the Fliers upset the Hatters, 66-62. Bob Cassidy ((15) Hatters' The locals started the scoring: Still LaggingThe
ner Sleeper, NATTCr 2nd Scott, guard, tries to recover the ball knocked from his hand by Fliers' parade but were unable to hold
Mutt Pasco, front. Bob Becker (31), Chuck Wheeler of NAS and response for the call forbowling
PT and 3rd Hudson NATTC; 300 the lead more than a few minutes.
meter medley, winner, Grout, Jim Yonge, back, try to get in on the melee.It's The lead changed hands several Intra-mural teams league to form is most a new discouraging -
NATTC and Rodriguez, NATTC times in the early minutes of the
according to Frank
runner-up; 50 meter free style, first half but when the Navy took McCaffrey, station Intra-Mural
winner Franke, PT; 2nd Waremg. Known By What Other NameNot over the lead In the dying minutesof dir tor.
PT and 3rd Julalian, VP-5; 50 the first half they never again In two organizational meetings -
meter breast-stroke, winner Gas- until after 1200 on FriLog rolling Is a business, or were headed. held so far, only six ac-
ket, PT; 2nd Gregg, VP-5 and 3rd day was a correct answer to a trade, which has been con- Late in the final period the Hat- tivities have showed interest.PT .
Hudson, NATTC. last week's sports ters came within one point of the is now in the of
g-tffE verted into a form of sport process
Fancy dives, winner Franke, Lyle Phenegar, AA, Fliers but were unable to sustain contacting all activities it feels
PT; 2nd Sleeper and 3rd Am- spectlon Department at OverIn the vanished yesterdays, their desperate drive. will be interested, and it is
mons, VP5; 400 meter relay, win- haul and Repair provided the log rolling was an all inclusive The Hatters had downed the expected that the bowling leagues -
ner Physical Training; VP-5 and only correct answer to complete name. It meant that folks Fliers earlier in the season, 71-39. will get underway in the
NATTC were awarded a tie for the cricket team. rolled logs, either in performThe The local WAVES downed the very near future.
third place.Civilian. two missing members ante of their work-or in con- visiting Charleston WAVE sextetin When all plans for the tour-
-x- were the "third man" and the tests with rivals In the art. the nightcap, 3119. ney are completed, each en-
"wicket keeper.. A large numWhat Is the official and ac- A scheduled game with the trant will be notified as to
Meet ber of people that responded copied name used for log roll- Camp LeJeune :Marines 'was can- starting day of play. The open-
raised the question: "On what Ing/ In use at the present time nine is expected to be; Febru-
a 2nd authority do you base the anThe first correct answer to Cooperation Asked In ary 12.
Set For swer to your question?" The today's question wins a free full -x-
book, "The New Encyclopedia course meal at the civilian cafe- Posting Cage Results Sports ShortsPat
Round of Sports", by Frank G. Menke, teria, good any day of the week.
PlayStation Is the final authority on most To allow for an even distrl- Managers and personnel in McGee playing for St. Pet-
of the questions used for the button of the Air News no an- charge of the Intra-mural basketball er's High of Fairmont, W. Va.,
civilian linksmen taketo quiz and most all sports quesswers will be accepted before teams are urged to co- won a basketball game single-
the local course this weekendin tions, we might add. 0900 Friday. operate with the Jax Air News handed in 1937. His team mates
the second round of play to de- and Physical Training Department had gone out on fouls with the
termine the 1951 civilian cham- in turning in scores and score tied 32-32. McGee then
Supply Green Cove Clash data following ball games.A scored a field goal and a foul shot
pion.Winners were decided In five good many of the resultsare while his opponents were held
each week due to scoreless. Final score: 35-32.
flights of first round play last missing .
week-end with four players now the failure of reporting after
left in each flight.In I To Decide IM Golf TitleLeague each game is played.: For finer, No exact estimate of the num-
championship flight action, more complete results of the intramural ber of girls basketball players in
defending champ Herb Pmney I winners in I a s tfall's Presentations of prizes golf mov- basketball league, co- the United States is possible, but
defeated Lloyd Brahn; Ray Kennedy ies and refreshments at 1700 will operation is requested from "all those who are familiar with the
downed Bill Gouchnouir, I Intra-Mural golf tour- I round out the day's activities. hands." national situation guess the totalat
... ._ _
well over 1000000.
Rod defeated Lester n u
Pinney Gray nament will meet this Satur- .
and Lou Bradshaw beat Dick
Cleveland.First day for the Station championship Nat Holman, one of the "Orig-
flight play saw Doug play-off. Supply +: inal Celtics" is considered as the .;
(" Church defeat Joe Perritt, Andy greatest all-round star of "pro"
Planey down Charles Young and resenting: American League basketball, having played during
Bill Cantrell beat Ray Askew. and Green Cove' Springs of the so-called "Basketball heyday'in
Dick Crevasse drew a bye. the 1920's.Long .
Frank VanNest trimmed Em- the National, will tee off at i
.1 i ory Tillis and Nick Puglinano 1200 at the station links. Island University has not
downed Clayton Phifer in second PkW-T lost a game played on their home
round matches. Exell Everett The Supply links octet composedof court in the last 13 :years. When
had a bye. Bill McWilliams, John Adams, the Blackbirds beat Fairleigh-
In the third flight Joe Kelty George Wade, Charles Loring, Dickinson 97 to 48, last January
L4 22 it marked their 139th straight
defeated Joe Stober and Marin Comdr. Snyder, Bill Babbitt, ,
Johnston drubbed Jim Lamb. victory at the Brooklyn College
Jim Byars drew a bye. John Lewis Grosier and Captain Gin- of Pharmacy gym which they use .
Vineyard defeated Howard Hem- grich will meet the Green, Cove ''as their home. court.. "
inger and Harold Fielding tri- squad of Stu Reed, Bill Becker ,
umphed over Ferrett Ross. Jack Steve Jonda, Frank Govern, Ed A referee in a basketball game "
Silvers drew a'bye in the fourth Embres, Captain Moore, T. C. in Italy, has the power to arrests
flight. Brandon and Bernie Hendrix. : spectator who boos hisses or '
In the championship f1l t ", There will be matches between : : otherwise taxes an extreme dis- I
second round matches thIs the,remaining groups of players ; j like to any of the decisions he
Herb Pinney takes on'Lou at*both leagues with tee-off T enders. A SIn *
shaw and Ray Kennedy:" e set for 1300. All team cap-
Rod Pinney. Doug Church' M are to submit a list of play- Nova Scotia, the referee In, t f f'n ,\
Andy Planey and Bill Ci 'wUhlng to participate In this -i A % a basketball game watches tho ,
tackles Dick Crevasse J4'' to,Jack Harvey or Chief Bill lay from a balcony vantage 1
flight matches. ':.. 'not later than 1300 Friday joint, and presses a button which '.
Frank VanNest meets th 9 ranee fee will be one dollar )perates a whistle, while an assistant
ner of Hoydic-Volp mate; er. Each member of the _.__ on the floor throws up the
Ezell Everett plays Pugl team will receive a prize. m..mALL all and executes his boss' com
I the second flight play. Jo EYES ON THE BALL-It seems to be a wild chase for nand.
meets Jim Morgan and 3 the ball as Eva Buenger, left and Alice Larrick, center, of the NAS 4 .
Johnston tangle with Jinn n collides with John Vine- Waves move in on the wild scramble with an unidentified Dennis Johnson gained a pat- "
in third flight .action. Ir .'' hile Harold Fielding tac- Charleston, S. C. Wave. The local Waves won this nightcap to nt on a tricycye in England in
flight second round match k Silvers. last Friday's varsity tilt, 3 ;-U. 1818. (
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: Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 8 February 1951
;ti' \ CLASSIFIED T I ,
BULLETINItems I SUPPLY
'( offering for sale articles .
':' of property Much as washing,
,I. machines automobiles! furniture,
radlot, clothing;, and the like Is DOTS DASHES Planning
\" : prohibited by Defense epartmen Division welcomed Maxine Parks
regulations. This column, will back into the fold this week ,
S'' however, list such nervlcm a* ; Another new addition to this office -
available housing;, rides wanted, : >: is Norma Hendrlcks, from the
'!t lost and found articles and other Commissary Division Con-.
',. fcliullar notices.) gratulations to Joyce and Frank
\ FOR RENT L., '. Reiter (Stock Control) on the arrival -
lj 2 rm. furn. apt., near NAS, :Mrs. '.," of a baby girl at their home.
Platt, Ph. 8-9011. f"1' Billy Anderson, Dan Shapre
and John Richardson have been)
Furn. bedrm. and use of home,
i Mrs. Newman, Ph. 8-6634. noted parading around Supply in
,j Furn. rm. and use of home, Mrs. their newly-donned uniforms. Pau-
Hertzmann, Ph. 8-9192. I line Tyre (Stock Unit No. 4)) is "-
;,' Will share home with couple, use "7 a o k 3 L'r5 currently in Tampa' celebrating
of kitchen, $75 mo. Gordon Gajsparilla Wynona
1 Marchus, 4728 Ramona Blvd. Spurlock (Issue Control) has
I Ph. 8-2686. transferred to O&R, being replaced -
.Furn. rm. and pvt. bath 4247 Appleton by' former Supplier Betty .
Mrs. Boswell, Ph. 2-0556. Rose. ...
5 Ige. rm. apt. $100 mo. 1115 Barrs Alone Yarborough (Inventory -
St. Mrs. Frierson, Ph. 8-2951. ) has transferred to the Na-
val Ordnance riant In Macon
t 1 rm. apt. furn. or unfurn. 404
I Supply' newest employeeis
Margaret St., Jax 'Beach, Mr.
William Light (Storage Office
Dawson, Ph. 5-7664.
) John Dillaberry
Efficiency apt., furn., also sing. (Technical Branch) has received
and double sleeping rms., 1124 i.. ___ _____n___ ____ ... .ItlAT that familiar notice to report to
Goodwin St. Mrs. McGee, Ph. the Army.
74270. FINAL AUDITIONS Checking the long list of performers following the final auditionsfor Latest postcard from Korea
2 bedrm. apt. furn. Mrs. Field, 418 the Ted Alack Hour show this board of the the
; Original Amateur strategy gave okay signal to comes from Harold McIntosh (Ac-
College St. final group which appeared on the Amateur Hour show presented here Wednesday. Left to right, I. counting) who was in Taegon at
2 bedrm. house .furn. Mrs. Morton, are Comdr. John A. Fidel, station officer-in-charge of production; Jack homes and Lloyd Marx, the time Frances Poteet .
Ph. 8-0441. chief auditioners of the show and Ruddy Page, advance scout. The show was tape-recorded and will (Office Service) will resign soon
Furn. garage apt. in Riverside, be presented nationwide over ABC next Thursday at 2100. to return to her home In Qrlando.
2215 River Blvd., Mrs. Johnson.
Rita Jochum that the Civilian
Furn. apt., apply VFW 711 DurandSt. reports
., W. C. Atkins. Vet Athlete 160 AdmittedTo Girls Basketball Team Is con-
Correction tinuing their streak
.' Five rm. house, :Mrs. Platt, Ph.
/ 8-9011 she predicted. They now have 14
; Sing and double rms., 1447 Avondale The Jax Air News Is not Heads Center Academy straight wins.
\, Ave., Mrs. Lee Schultz, Ph. conspiring to raise the price Bob Robertson, Sidelight's faith-
2-5930./ for admittance of dependentsto ful reporter, is enjoying himselfat
J Sing and double rms. furn., 1628 the Naval Hospital here, nor Sports SetupLt. Through ExamsThe the State Fair. Congratulations -
: Challen Ave. Mrs. Somers, Ph. are there any "kick-backs in- to Glynn and Merle Cook
2-5008. volved. Bureau of Personnelhas (Personnel) on their fifth wed
J Furn. apt., 517 East Adams, Apt. The story on page eight of Fred Marconi, veteran Navy released in its Training ding anniversary. .. 5
2 Mr. last weeks Jax Air News, athlete and coach, will direct the
'f __ Lindquist.
which stated that dependents huge new athletic program now Bulletin of January the com-
1 bedrm. I
duplex apt., unfurn. 350
the : 25.25 to at NATTCenter. list Fleet candidateswho Marine Barracks Due
4th St., Atlantic Beach, $55 mo. must pay sum 0' $ getting under way plete of
Ph. Mrs. Floyd, 5-2721. cover period of one week'shospitahzation were admitted to the U.
Garage rm. for man, rm. in house error The ,sum was should grossly read in Recalled to active duty in Sep- S. Naval Academy in 1950 un- For Inspection MondayAll
for lady, 1648 Avondale Ave. $12.50 for one week's hospital- ". ':'',''>':''i.:''>'*,::.:': der the Secretary of the Navy's facilities, administrativeand
Mrs. Perkins, Ph. 2-9972.
i Furn. rm. In pvt. home, use of ization. : 'I quota for enlisted men operational, of the Marine
kitchen, 907 Copeland St. Mrs. Quite a difference in price of the Regular Navy and Ma- Barracks at NAS Jacksonville,
f Denereux, Ph. 7-4574. there. But the error was typo- rine Corps.The will be inspected by an inspect-
Rm. and use of kitchen. 826 May graphical-believe usl I Secretary of the Navy is ing party from Headquarters
St., Mrs. Ellington, Ph. 7-6048, authorized by law to appoint to Marine Corps Monday. -
The inspecting party will beheaded
after 6 p.m. the Naval the rank-
I Academy top
Rm. and kitchen priv., 1162 Tal- TheatreGuide J ing 160 men of the Navy and Ma- by Col. E. J. Dillon
Lt. Col. O. V. Calhoun and Lt.
bot St., Mrs. Rutledge.Rm. :. "1 x rine Corps who pass the Naval W. C. Allen. The inspectionwill
and board, 2142 Hesrchel St., Academy entrance examination
be conducted between the
Mrs. Hammond, Ph. 8-1668. the third In
given Wednesday April -
hours of 0800 and 1100.
Furn. rm. for man, 1118 LakeshoreDr. of each year.Navywide .
., J. J. Dawdy, BOQ Cecil Thursday, February 8 competitive prelim- candidates must meet the following -
Field ext. 255 or 2-7793. Trail' of Robin Hood. .Roy Rogers inary examinations are given an- requirements in addition to securing -
Wanted, Navy couple to live in Friday, February 9 nually in July of the year preced- the recommendation of
home free in exchange for keep- "Storm Warning" Ginger Rogers ing that in which candidates planto their commanding officers and
ing two children, Arthur Green- Saturday, February 10 take the Naval Academy en- passing the physical exams for
berg, 2820 Gibson Rd., New 'So Proudly We Hail"... ..... ..... trance examination. appointment to the Naval Academy -
Beach Blvd. Ph. 98-1784. ..................,....... .Claudette Colbert Enlisted Men Eligible :
Widow will share her home with Lt. Fred Marconi
Sunday, :February 11 Enlisted men who are recommended qualifications Listed 4 s
couple, Mrs. Brown 3549 Ern- ,
est St. Ph. 2-6317. Call Me :Mlster..Betty Grable tember of last year, Marconi was by their commanding of- 1. Have completed one year'sservice
2 rm. apt in 5 Points, 722 Lomax Monday, February 12 athletic coach of Wilkes Barre, ficers and who qualify mentally by 1 July of the year of
St. Mrs. Skipper, Ph. 8-3867. "Double Deal..Marie Windsor Pa. Township High School. He and physically in these preliminary entrance to the Naval Academy.
Widow will share her Tues. and Wed., Feb. 13-14 got the real lowdown on Navy examinations are eligible for 2. Have not reached the age of
couple, Mrs. Ruff, 3628 home ErnestSt. with 'Mating Season"...........John Lund athletics during the last war whenhe assignment to the Naval School, 22 by 1 July of the year of entrance -
Ph. 2-5537. worked with the Gene Tunney Academy and College Preparatory, to the Naval Academy.
Athletic directing Newport, Rhode Island, for 3. Have three
2 rm. furn. apt., 135 E. 4th St. Navy program preliminary completed year
Mrs Hatch, Ph. 45196. New Movie HoursThree teams with some of the nation's training prior to competing of high school or the equivalent
Lge. room and pvt. bath 1360 leading professional athletes on for appointment to the Naval thereof, including two years of
the roster. Academy.In either
algebra geometry or
Edgewood Ave., Mrs. Dimmick. ,
movies daily will be
order to qualify for assign- of each.
2 rm. apt., 1511 Barrs St., Mr. shown at the Student Officers Marconi is quite enthusiasticover year
ment to the School 4. Be unmarried
Preparatory and have
Spurgeon, Ph. 8-2407. Auditorium, building 612. with the athletic potential at .
Furn. rm. for young lady, home the first showing beginning at NATTC. With high school, col-
priv., 2114 Euclid St. :Mrs. lege and professional talent ar- for the Rochester Red Wings last 5. Be able to compete successfully ,
Combs, Jr. 1700.Movies will be shown at riving each day, he feels that he year Quarrels had a batting av- in a preliminary examinaI i I
4 rm. apt. unfurn., 1521 OsceolaSt. 1700, 1900 and 2100 Monday has every reason to be. erage of .321, had four homers and Ion consisting of algebra, plane I
$50 mo. Mr. Pitcher. through Friday, and at 1400, Outstanding athletes are already 47 stolen bases to his credit. geometry, United. States historyand
5 rm. furn apt., 852 St Clair St., 1700 and 2000 on Saturdays, beginning to show up. The firstis The swimming team is bolsteredby
Mrs. Breese, Ph. 8-3992. Sunday and holidays. Al Quarrels, BMG3, outfielder such notables as M. B. Nash, Available
4 rm. apt., 2700 W. Lake&hore AN. member of the NAS Kaneohe Qualified enlisted men who wishto
Blvd. $60 mo., Mrs. McGowan, championship swimming tea 01.1 be considered for this type of
Ph. 2-4291 or 2-9257. : T t : Bob McDermett, BMG1, will appointment should request nomination ,I.
2 bedrm. apt. 3233 Post St. $75 : ;. charge of that department The by their commanding. officers -
mo. Mrs. Paige, Ph. 2-0891. Basketball team is already in ac- and .permission to compete
Unfurn. apt. 2 bedrm., 2588 Her- tion and performing"under direc- In the July examination when the I
schel St. Mrs. Lotz, Ph. 8-2431. S' : ,, tion of Bill Morris, ADC. Morris opportunity is extended by BuPers
will also assist in the setting up this year. Those who do not meet I
of a track team and boxing team. the academic requirements may
officer desires to sell G.I. The skeet team is shaping up I quality through completion of US-
equity in six-rm. brick home. with Gene Varner, ACC, well AFI courses.
Mr Hardgrave, Ph. 76507. known marksman in these parts, Applicable correspondencecourses
Sell equity in 1949 model M sys- pairing with Bill Fruchnlcht, AA, and education manuals for
tem house trailer, Englehardt as team representatives. Varner use in review of-secondary school
Hangar 113, Ph. ext. 611. holds many local records while work are listed in BuPers Circu.
_. 9 rm. house, $7,500. :Mrs. Osburn. Fruchnicht is Junior skeet champof lar letter 159-50, Navy Depart-
Call 9-81630 after 5 p.m. Kentucky. ment Bulletin 15 October 1950. Information -
48 Sparton house trailer, 5909 wo NATTC- athletics will really begin and Education; Officers
Timaquana Trailer Park, Holi- r rolling about April, when a will be able to supply complete
field. ?wryr 7 good many of the star-studded information regarding these
MISCELLANEOUSLady complement will be in action. courses. II,
driving to Norfolk, will\ take "
one Smith lady, 8-3457.passenger. Ph. Mrs. Send Your Jax JMr; :News Home.
Betty Iddings will baby sit any fWfrn *"
time, 327 E. Forsyth St. Ph. I *&*!tri" &."
6-9785. FROM PLACE
will sit, 1134 A :
Wrs. Haley baby TWOI.a14'dl
? ChIlds St. Ph. ext. 8104. JJIifI.; !! : .-t
r Riders wanted from Southslde, :0,..." :; CENT
t, Riverside and Mayfair Rd. Hrs. END OF 10,000 MILE JAUNT-Six of these U. S. Air Force STAMP
0800 to 1630. Contact Miss Wood B-36 bombers, the world's largest aircraft, landed recently at ,Bft&Sft I HERETO
"r.' at 9-9578. Carswell, AFB, Tex., after a 10,000 mile training flight to Eng- :. : :
Lost-Wedding ting set with dia land and return. Their arrival in England marked the first landIng ,: .. "'
monds. If found please contact on foreign soil for the giants of the skies, which. are capabte of ....f.if'1't'1': Y". ,.,. .... '. .
Mrs. Field ext 272 or 639. ,carrying a 10,00 pound bomb load 10,000 miles. I ..' ,.,. t--t" ':II.t.
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